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Atlanta - Gov. Brian Kemp, state health officials warn of ‘Twindemic’ of COVID-19 and flu season

Clark Howard

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

Atlanta - Gov. Brian Kemp, state health officials warn of ‘Twindemic’ of COVID-19 and flu season

"A small bump and Corona virus cases here in Georgia, with cases down 67% since the peak in July. The slight bump over the last two weeks is not of great concern to Governor Governor Brian Brian Camp Camp in in public public health health director director Dr Dr Kathleen Kathleen to to me, me, citing citing more more kids kids going going back back to to school school and and Auntie Auntie Gin Gin tests tests added added his his probable probable cases cases both both now now are are emphasizing emphasizing flu flu shots. shots. This is particularly important This year or trying to prevent twin de mix of covert plus influenza, which could be devastated. Center Parish 95.5 double USB And for the

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Gov. Brian Kemp, state health officials warn of ‘Twindemic’ of COVID-19 and flu season

Too Much Truth With Derrick Boazman

01:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Gov. Brian Kemp, state health officials warn of ‘Twindemic’ of COVID-19 and flu season

"Good afternoon on the media, Cooper, and here's what's happening. I think Take a message from the governor and for me is that everybody continue to follow the prevention guidelines to wear a mask the social distance. Fire's hasn't disappeared. That's Dr Kathleen to me, telling reporters it's important to stay vigilant during this pandemic. The Georgia government is also worried about a possible duel pandemic of flu and the Corona virus to me, told reporters this morning. It was important for people to also get their flu shots this year. She says it could end up being devastated. If there's a really bad flu season, combined with Corona virus flu never been more important to get a flu shot this year. So we realized that people sometimes don't think of flu shot is effective or afraid to get it or just don't bother. This is particularly important this year or trying to prevent twin dynamics of Koven plus influenza. Which could be devastating. We don't know what the presence of employees and they do to a common infection. Georgia Governor Brian Camp is also praising residents following a drop in the Corona virus positivity rate. The governor said this morning. Less than 1300 people are hospitalized with the virus, which is a major drop from his P Kim says. Georgians should not become complacent still were mass practice, social distancing and good hygiene, he added. George's unemployment rate is currently over 5%, but there have been plenty of job gains.

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Governor Kemp extends Georgia’s coronavirus restrictions with minor changes

Atlanta's Evening News and Rick Erickson

00:15 sec | 3 weeks ago

Governor Kemp extends Georgia’s coronavirus restrictions with minor changes

"Camps, extending George's Corona virus restrictions. Two more weeks and there are some changes restaurant and bar workers exposed to cove in 19 can come back to work sooner. Under these changes, Kemp did not set new limits on the size of gatherings, as some experts have recommended.

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Trump ex-campaign boss hospitalized amid threat to harm self

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Trump ex-campaign boss hospitalized amid threat to harm self

"President trump's former campaign manager is hospitalized in Florida after threatening to harm himself police in campaign officials say Brad Parscale was taken out of his fort Lauderdale home after his wife called authorities to say he had multiple firearms in was threatening to hurt himself Parscale was taken to the hospital under Florida's Baker act which allows anyone considered a threat to themselves or others to be detained for seventy two hours for a psychiatric evaluation Parscale was demoted from the campaign manager's position in July but continued to run the campaigns digital operation I'm Mike Kemp and

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The Power of La La Anthony

The Nod

05:35 min | Last month

The Power of La La Anthony

"PLA Anthony Welcome to the show so. How are you guys doing? Don't? Talk to you. So, people. Know, you got your start in radio at the age of just sixteen t talked to us about your journey I like to go to eleventh grade and I was just so until with this radio station and then went to an event they were having enormous like saw some interns like hanging posters with something that the Wu Tang clan was doing and I was like this could be really cool. So I applied for the program NASA I got him but I didn't really have a plan I just knew I. Love Music and my love for music has taken me where to where I'm at now I got somebody who has dj big. Fan You want not held it down. But it's been incredible to see your acting career just flourish and you play the character of dom on most recent season of the shy conduit for the money I, do it for the culture talk to us about what it was like to play. And get into that character shirish doubt I love lean away. She's amazing for our culture and she was like I might have something for you on which to come in addition and I was like I can't mess this up like I wanna be on the shy and I got the role of dom which I love because she's so different from leaky show empowered dom as a chef that's an entrepreneur and trying to get their business off of. The ground and really focused into keeping 'em it on point so they can build this amazing business together. So I think it was a great transition into go from working with great creators like Courtney Kemp and fifty to now be on the Lena and her crew has been just an incredible transition and so there and you've been acting in so many different types of roles for over ten years I'm curious like what type of role do you hope comes next I'm always looking for relieve rooted and grounded stories just stories that matter to us. Our culture stories that we can relate to stories that people aren't telling I'm attracted to that kind of material, which is why I'm also producing house well, because the great thing about producing, find your own material and bring it to life you're working on a new project that gives a behind the scenes. Look at the NFL. Tell us a bit about this new series and why you wanted to be involved. So fifty were executive producing together the book that we read that we love and it's more about like what goes on behind The scenes with sports, but it's mostly about the women. So many women just give up their own lives just to be there for their partner, who's an athlete losing sports, and what happens when you like I have my own life and I want to do my own thing and what effect does that have, but it gets really grimy and gritty in real and obviously you know sports and athletics or something you know I know a lot about so I was able to really give some of my stories and really gives some real. Really exciting content to the show. So we're excited we're excited to hopefully be in production really soon and get that oven going you're also working on. Producing Story About Sin Toya Brown long you know young woman who killed a man in self defense sixteen was tried as an adult given a life sentence was then finally offered clemency last year. Why was it so important to you to make sure that this story was told that just such a powerful story and I had been tracking it for a while and watching toys interviews and just what happened to her from young growth? Donau. Moe's fascinated at like what? Was Your Life like that. took you down these paths and then her completely changing her life and finding God and becoming the spokesperson for young girls and sex trafficking. I thought it was amazing. So that's something we're so excited about and wanted to be so careful with because now we're telling someone's life story. You don't WanNa, take it lightly or take that for granted art. So power was truly one of my favorite shows I've talked to breathe way too much. I still found myself wondering what carers from the show would do if they existed in the real world. So We'd love it if you could just indulge us in a little bit of a game. Okay. We're GONNA throw out a scenario and you tell us which character from power best fits the situation. All right. Okay. So we all know that Joe Biden made good on his promise to choose a woman to be his running mate. On the democratic. Ticket but we want to know which female character on power would have made a better choice as a running mate. Okay. So You already know off the top of the dump quick witted she's smart. She knows the system how to get through the system I. think he'd be a great running Angelo for sure I mean she kinda got caught up by the system that numerous through it and she knows the law whether she was part of breaking the law or not. She knows the law. So I think she would have been great. All, right. Second Question. So none of the men on power were necessarily winning awards in the a good boyfriend healthy relationships department lynch two men from power. Do you think could go head to head in a horrible boyfriends verses? Who would you like to see? I think draze caring. There was a horrible boyfriend who said the daughter the always mentioned that he didn't care what happened. Durham mom probably ghost I don't love how he handled the situation between you know Tasha Angela and how he did that I wouldn't say Tommy 'cause. You did kill Holly. You're right. Maybe that's what I was gonNA. Relationship you've really love Kisha and things that he would have never heard. Anything to protector. So he might not have been the ideal boyfriend, but I think he was getting to a place where he was really trying to eat. Better. But he did last gopher. No

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The Power of La La Anthony

The Nod

03:37 min | Last month

The Power of La La Anthony

"PLA Anthony Welcome to the show so. How are you guys doing? Don't? Talk to you. So, people. Know, you got your start in radio at the age of just sixteen t talked to us about your journey I like to go to eleventh grade and I was just so until with this radio station and then went to an event they were having enormous like saw some interns like hanging posters with something that the Wu Tang clan was doing and I was like this could be really cool. So I applied for the program NASA I got him but I didn't really have a plan I just knew I. Love Music and my love for music has taken me where to where I'm at now I got somebody who has dj big. Fan You want not held it down. But it's been incredible to see your acting career just flourish and you play the character of dom on most recent season of the shy conduit for the money I, do it for the culture talk to us about what it was like to play. And get into that character shirish doubt I love lean away. She's amazing for our culture and she was like I might have something for you on which to come in addition and I was like I can't mess this up like I wanna be on the shy and I got the role of dom which I love because she's so different from leaky show empowered dom as a chef that's an entrepreneur and trying to get their business off of. The ground and really focused into keeping 'em it on point so they can build this amazing business together. So I think it was a great transition into go from working with great creators like Courtney Kemp and fifty to now be on the Lena and her crew has been just an incredible transition and so there and you've been acting in so many different types of roles for over ten years I'm curious like what type of role do you hope comes next I'm always looking for relieve rooted and grounded stories just stories that matter to us. Our culture stories that we can relate to stories that people aren't telling I'm attracted to that kind of material, which is why I'm also producing house well, because the great thing about producing, find your own material and bring it to life you're working on a new project that gives a behind the scenes. Look at the NFL. Tell us a bit about this new series and why you wanted to be involved. So fifty were executive producing together the book that we read that we love and it's more about like what goes on behind The scenes with sports, but it's mostly about the women. So many women just give up their own lives just to be there for their partner, who's an athlete losing sports, and what happens when you like I have my own life and I want to do my own thing and what effect does that have, but it gets really grimy and gritty in real and obviously you know sports and athletics or something you know I know a lot about so I was able to really give some of my stories and really gives some real. Really exciting content to the show. So we're excited we're excited to hopefully be in production really soon and get that oven going you're also working on. Producing Story About Sin Toya Brown long you know young woman who killed a man in self defense sixteen was tried as an adult given a life sentence was then finally offered clemency last year. Why was it so important to you to make sure that this story was told that just such a powerful story and I had been tracking it for a while and watching toys interviews and just what happened to her from young growth? Donau. Moe's fascinated at like what? Was Your Life like that. took you down these paths and then her completely changing her life and finding God and becoming the spokesperson for young girls and sex trafficking. I thought it was amazing. So that's something we're so excited about and wanted to be so careful with because now we're telling someone's life story. You don't WanNa, take it lightly or take that for granted art.

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Atlanta - Gov. Kemp issues new executive order outlining updated COVID-19 guidelines

Atlanta's Morning News

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Atlanta - Gov. Kemp issues new executive order outlining updated COVID-19 guidelines

"Camp issues a new executive order extending Corona virus restrictions in Georgia New order that goes until September. 15th continues to bay and gatherings of more than 50 people without social distancing practices in place and mandates a medically fragile continue to shelter in place. It also continues to allow local governments in schools to enforce mass mandates but does not impose a statewide mandate. The order comes is the state's number. Positive cases has declined each of the past six weeks, and the number of hospitalizations drops below 2000 for the first time since July. ST.

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Nazem Kadri calls on NHL to publicly support player protests

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:58 sec | 2 months ago

Nazem Kadri calls on NHL to publicly support player protests

"Nazem Kadri, his father was born in Lebanon and his Muslim, is a member of the diversity alliance and spoke about the decision not to play just all these guys sticking together. I've never got so much more respect for every single player in this league by doing something like this and obviously systemic racism. Use these next couple days, the further educate ourselves and And tryto, you know, for the betterment of society. Rock jocular Matt Kemp, Who's African Americans sat out of Wednesday's game in Arizona but was in Thursday's lineup. Rocks were looking to sweep the D'backs in their four game. Siri's When word came out about 10 minutes before first pitch, his team was choosing not the plan, supportive. He and other minority players, coaches and staff. I think they knew what was going on, but they just didn't know the effects and you know all the NBA guys sit down some of the teams. Around baseball sitting out today. A lot of the guys pour their heart out to me and in pretty much told me they stood behind me and you know some of the other guys on the team, and this is something that they decided that they wanted to do. Iraqis and

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Whitmer: $600M Flint water deal a step toward making amends

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Whitmer: $600M Flint water deal a step toward making amends

"Michigan's governor says a proposed six hundred million dollar deal between the state and the city of flat it's a step toward making amends for a lead tainted water disaster that never should have happened governor Gretchen Whitmer says the financial compensation it's just one of many ways in which the state could show its support for flint residents the proposal has to be approved by the U. S. district judge overseeing lawsuits against the state the deal would create a fund from which victims would be able to seek payments nearly two thirds of the money would go to children who were six years old and younger when they were first exposed to contaminated water let is especially dangerous to children it can potentially damage the brain and nervous system and cause learning and behavior problems I'm Mike Kemp

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Georgia governor allows local mask mandates, with limits

On Point with Juandolyn Stokes

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Georgia governor allows local mask mandates, with limits

"To give you an update on the governor of the state of Georgia, hey has extended his executive orders Georgia governor. Camp is now allowing local mass mandates. For the first time, Governor Kim has extended his executive order banning large gatherings. And instructing the medically fragile to shelter in place until August 31st but also the order addresses and ongoing dispute between Our mayor, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms and Kim over the mass mandate. So with the new executive order, it restricts local governments from issuing mass mandates on private property, but allows local governments to make mass mandatory on public property. Now is the first time that campus allowed for any form of local mass ordinance because last month, Governor Kemp suit bottoms and the city Council after Bottoms issued a mass mandate for the city of Atlanta and rode back reopening guidelines to phase one, But the judge ordered bottoms and Kim to participate in mediation, but negotiations broke down after several weeks. Camp withdrew the lawsuit on this past Thursday. And so now the order protects George businesses from government overreach by restricting the application enforcement of local masking requirements to public property Governor Game set. And a President Lee, she said, while I support local control and must be properly balanced with property rights and personal freedoms, and so there's a hole that the order is 49 page order and lets the whole lot of other things, but the mass requirement can on ly be enforced. On certain properties. And then when you look at the private property is on ly enforced If the owner or the occupant consents to it,

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U.S. coronavirus death toll nears 170,000 as testing decreases

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. coronavirus death toll nears 170,000 as testing decreases

"Week, US health officials have confirmed nearly 355,000 cases of covert 19 while 7000 Americans have died of infections, according to Johns Hopkins University's tally. The U. S death toll was approaching 170,000 Sunday evening. The state of Georgia has registered more than 4700 deaths and Governor Brian Kemp is now reversing course on local mask mandates. The Republican had opposed them in last month, even sued Atlanta's mayor and city council over one, but he's now signed a new executive order that allows local governments to enact mask requirements.

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Georgia governor allows local mask mandates, with limits

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Georgia governor allows local mask mandates, with limits

"After suing Atlanta's mayor and city council over mask mandates last month Georgia's governor has reversed course signing a new executive order that allows local governments to enact mask mandates to help them fight the corona virus pandemic governor Brian Kemp's latest order allows local governments in counties that have reached a threshold requirement to require masks on government owned property only two of George's one hundred and fifty nine counties are currently below that threshold the mandates cannot be enforced with fines fees or penalties against private businesses or organizations and penalties against individuals cannot include a fine greater than fifty dollars war prison time also mask requirements cannot be enforced on residential property while on other private property including businesses only with the owner or occupants consent I'm Ben Thomas

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Kemp extends executive orders, allows local mask mandates for the first time

Bloomberg Best

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

Kemp extends executive orders, allows local mask mandates for the first time

"Governor Brian Camps. Latest executive order will allow some local governments to require masks. Days after he dropped the lawsuit against Atlanta officials over that city's covert 19 restrictions. The DPH lab has been working around the clock. With multiple shifts since early summer, and that governor camp continues to rely on data science and the public health advice of the state's public health director

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Governor Drops Lawsuit Against Atlanta Mayor Over Masks, But Fight May Not Be Over

Morning Edition

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Governor Drops Lawsuit Against Atlanta Mayor Over Masks, But Fight May Not Be Over

"The state's lawsuit challenging a facemask mandate imposed by the mayor of Atlanta. Stephen Fowler with Georgia Public Broadcasting reports. The Republican governor says he remains opposed to the order from the city's Democratic mayor. Atlanta's one of several local governments that enacted a mask mandate even as governor Brian Kemp says they weren't allowed to. So he sued the city, which also shuttered businesses and a voluntary rollback of reopening plans. But now, with negotiations breaking down Temple issue, a new executive order that could stop governments from enforcing mass requirements on private property that Stephen Fowler

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Georgia governor to drop lawsuit over Atlanta mask mandate

Dana Loesch

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

Georgia governor to drop lawsuit over Atlanta mask mandate

"On it. Georgia drops its Corona virus lawsuit against the state's capital city. While Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms agreed to abandon the rollback on reopening businesses. She would not budge on the mandate for face covering. So Governor Brian Kemp instead plans to address the issue and his next executive order, which takes effect Sunday in it is expected to drop a provision that Outlaws local governments from passing mask mandates that would prohibit them from forcing private businesses to require them. So far more than 100 cities and counties in the state have

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"kemp" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

07:39 min | 2 months ago

"kemp" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

"So savvy got cancelled due to. Miss Corona. So Darling. objectify corona virus no it a woman if you wouldn't mind. Sorry Sergeant Corona the wretched Koroma the wretched corona right. So it's really nice to be able to catch up with them today and hear how he is New TV show with his dad. So He's working his dad now you've been on it darling yes. I know mom I was scaring to that Jesus I was a bit sorry that I wasn't invited to apply the I mean darling we're light strawberries and cream Jesse. LemMe. So. Impeccable. sweetened. Salad. Yeah When you think Jesse think of lending coffee shop. Kemp. Thank you sorry much for doing this. Finally, we get to see you and chatty when we were supposed to have you on our live shows is really nice to see. You know it's nice to. See to. You've come into tomorrow TV show I saw is he's been way too long overdue. I was really excited to do the lobster I saw a guy I'm show you guys as well. Well, you'll hear now looking very handsome man I mean my mom's already. objectified you in the in try objectify around silly A. House things will go on the the Kayla questions. Yet. No it's is being a time up in super-busy busy because I mean I was lucky a. into the studio and be able to to do my job even and I think that was the main thing for me. was carrying on I. Know The aspect to bug my parents without you know worried about going in because I feel like at twenty seven is say to the nation in terms of how do I come without so much. My Dad and my mom were just like Unites GonNa Light Your responsibility that you have to go in, you have to keep it moving and just trying make bit fun. So we just basically I've just been trying to do silly things have about three or four months you'll regarded as a key worker on cause of being a BOO Kosta. Yeah I mean that's when I call announced a was always scary is ever almost like Oh yeah let's work from high. you'll just in the site we like. Okay. Uganda gone but listen what we do is is so minimal in comparison to what is going on the planet with the only way that we kind of looking at it and when we realized that is a real responsibility. Eh was when we had like I would on daily with texts Benson in saying all, we're on x in a wooded amendment and we've got you on and all. Wave older necessarily doctors here and there listening and you know and and it's not just not. It's like you've got the the people that are listening and then you've got the families of people that are affected by in the waiting rooms and you know that your voice being hunted. As a level of sensitivity. Towards Saint Time, you're trying to provide a little bit light relief site. Popular. Will be about. What do I say but I think the the best thing of this is that it just created A. Real mess with I think everyone you know in big celebrities that are out there and all that stuff laughing everyone seen a real true saw to a lot of people I wanted to I. You working with your father now on this TV show that I was on. Thank you very much for having me. No you didn't invite me why. Comes as a package that told me that. He's actually A. Distancing Laura against you so I wasn't able to do it. May said he said that you had been sending calls in Oksoo. The. And to be on. The risk. He didn't know well, I was worried about coming one of the craze. So there you go. SHAIMAA. Like having a father is cray. Do you know what? It's weirdly right and I never really took but it helped me in certain scenarios like been. There are actually a lot of times roff being out while obviously I live in London right? So There's there's been times where of being out and it's been a bit of a maybe a bit dodgy area and then I've had cab drivers like pick me up and just take me home. It'd be light on don't worry about paying or anything like that I'm like Y, and they're just like all craze in that like you know I'm friends with our friends read jobs, rony older stop stop on our good and kid be honest like I actually think that people think that my my dad among. Lot related in some way to them other. They made the connection the hang on it's not real convincing performance not special. Yeah. I mean you know what? Like that's actually I mean it's a horror movie. That movie still for me is is is one of the best ever but I mean I wish my my that could be a today but he We one day we were at home and we had a knock on the door and it was the police in the police of Brule over. Like a tube, the had been delivered hand delivered from donal prison, right dot move prison, and Madonna even. King. W what is this right opened up and it was some drawings. And paintings from Charles Bronson right who cha Charlie Bronson Cool, Seton the most dangerous. Prisoner. Yeah and it was like my dad's in he had drawn a picture of him and my dad next to each other like their faces like each other underneath it says respect and then it's like Oh my God lows lot is flying over prison wool and it's it's mad. It's the scary thing and then on the back on the back of the painting is like a letter is written my dad like the spending bill out. It's great. It's all thanks should look at the people like us in suburban Austin and doing us a favor. I. Will you appeal right in the underworld? Yes so so I'm on ever go Sarah. Them it's a it's a great. It's a great bit of A. All that we have, you know because he was a fantastic four feet down, we can't find it. I refrained on double-sided sided France that you can see the the let's on the back. Oh. My God. I need to see that picture I wanted to know what is what was it like growing up with both musicians, your parents, musicians your mom is Chevrolet. Yes. Surely from FIZZ RIGHT BUT PEPSI AND A Banana around the bucks. 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Georgia Gov. Kemp Drops Lawsuit Against Atlanta Mayor Over Coronavirus Restrictions

Clark Howard

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Georgia Gov. Kemp Drops Lawsuit Against Atlanta Mayor Over Coronavirus Restrictions

"Kemp drops his lawsuit with the city of Atlanta and Mayor Keisha Lance bottoms after the side today stalemate on masks. While Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms agreed to abandon the rollback on reopening businesses. She would not budge on the mandate for face covering. So Governor Brian Kemp instead plans too. Press the issue in his next executive order, which takes effect Sunday. In it, he's expected to drop a provision that outlaws local governments from passing mask mandates but would prohibit them from forcing private businesses to require them. So far, more than 100 cities and counties in the state have such ordinances. Sandra Perish 95.5.

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Georgia governor to drop lawsuit over Atlanta mask mandate

All Things Considered

00:14 sec | 2 months ago

Georgia governor to drop lawsuit over Atlanta mask mandate

"Georgia Governor Brian Kemp says he's withdrawing his lawsuit against Atlanta Mayor Kesha Lance bottoms over her mask mandate. Instead, he said, he'll issue an executive order to stop requiring masks on private property.

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Back To (Online) School For Quarantined Students For High School North Of Atlanta

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Back To (Online) School For Quarantined Students For High School North Of Atlanta

"That high school in Georgia, where somebody girl was suspended for posting a picture that went viral of Of hundreds of students all crammed into the hallway and they weren't wearing masks north. We're holding high school. Yeah. Now the whole school district has quarantined more than 900 students from that school. Cherokee County School district, including at least 826 students north of Atlanta. The quarantines have affected at least 19 schools in that district and this coming after Georgia Governor Brian Kemp said the reopening of some of the state schools During the pandemic has gone well, except for those viral pictures. Well, this this is not the definition of going well, This is a bad omen to because you wonder of Texas schools now and some of our school district. They're gonna look at this and and most of ours have have delayed openings. The bigger ones like Dallas and Fort Worth. They're pushing back the openings of during the four weeks of virtual learning. I wonder if they look at this and say, huh? Maybe we need to do more. Maybe we need to be extra cautious, even more cautious than were being if 900 students and staff are being quarantined because of possible exposure that throws a huge wrench into the whole equation. I'm betting that that wouldn't have happened except for the pictures. Can't that went viral? Because now they've got to be worth more worried than ever before about liability. Financial liability if some of these students get sick or if the If it becomes an epidemic epidemic throughout the school.

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"kemp" Discussed on A's Plus

A's Plus

03:17 min | 2 months ago

"kemp" Discussed on A's Plus

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"kemp" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

05:34 min | 3 months ago

"kemp" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"Been there. I've not so I don't know but a lot of gorgeous, maybe gorgeous and beautiful and amazing I. Don't know, but a lot of people were like I don't want to go to. So we'll see he might. He might be on the move here as well and Yeah Super Interesting. Conversation last night said we're talking about taxes, regarding like cars and shit like that how you had to go through dealerships and everything else. Reason, why didn't want to because he wanted to sell it an exact price and I guess they're trying to beat the laws on that now and you know I think that model. Is Probably the best and I enjoy it and I hope it ends up going that route where they give you a specific number on a car, and it's just like look. This is what it is man. This is what it's rolled out. We're not gonNA Dicker over Shit. If you've trade INS or whatever obviously you can dick over that I guess but. Other than that everything. Yes, were they make a fair price? All those Tesla's are very very fairly priced. I feel and you look at the options online. There's not a lot an extra battery, life or whatever all the cars are. Look at Tesla. They're just next level It's one of the best cars if not. The best car made but the thing that was interesting to me about that model when I was talking to these people dinner last night was. It appears as if other. Dealerships are going the same routes, so that was the kind of deal with Ford Bronco New Bronco where they listed it online, and they said Hey, we want you to put down one hundred dollar deposit. That's what Tesla was doing. Elsa said you have no obligation, and we'll give the money back if you don't want the car you know when it comes out. But they had exact prices for all of the models of the packages everything to the dollar a year in advance where it was just like. Hey, this is what the car is going to cost. We're going to try to give the steel. Sweet can we can make money, and you don't have to come in and Dick with us. Because like that lower end. Bronco was twenty eight thousand dollars. Yeah that's not bad whereabout at all. No, it was like all right cool man. I would rather have that than the hemming in Hong of going into these dealerships like. Owning a small business typically you Lisa car through the business ins all that shit and it's like got every time I. Go in there. It is just misery and dread for entire week. You know you know what day you're going in there to try to to Dick with these people you know. And it's always yeah. Ours experience of your life, the worst experience of your life. I'm stuck in a world right now of. Of that exact thing where I just don't understand. How, people! Price stuff and I I. Don't get it. I don't get it. No, I don't get it. I'm in a world of hemming in hiring and. Well in Oh, we did an oh you. Oh, you like. I honestly do not understand. What happens in that world, no I would just like a hard number for everything in this life. Whatever happens after that happens. because. That's what to do in my line of work like Chit Look. For, all these projects, everybody's agreed to a number. I go over budget like I'm I'm the one who's fought? Not everyone else as well. It should be I'm the one who made the quilt. Get your mean in a movie like you get fucking. You can get fired. You'll get y'all get. If you go over budget without fucking telling people that you're going over budget I. Just don't. I do not understand I. Don't understand no, and like the in the in the movie business. Then you have to go back in as a producer and say all right I'm GonNa cut this and this and this to try to make up for that thing that I fucked up. Because I've given a hard number. People have paid for this film, and that's what it's GonNa be i. wish the rest of the world was like that. It appears as if Elon Musk. That is what he's doing. Business model does, and there is a reason why that guy is beloved. Nude. He's the dude around the world. The other one I. Love is obviously Big Branston! I love Richard Branson. Man The airlines are in trouble. Everybody, obviously knows that I think at this points. American Airlines announced that Heyman. We're no longer doing social distancing on flights were cramming them in there, and if it is what it is because we're to go bankrupt. Ants I got an email I literally said this. What two weeks ago on the show I was like one of these is going to be out. There have to merge with somebody else in. That's GonNa be a whole thing. Qantas air in Australia is going to stop flying for. I think until the end of the year or shutting down the jets and I got an email this morning. Yeah, right, let me go to New Zealand. For the people that live there I'm sure it's a big deal, Shum. With that I. get an email this morning and try to pull it up here. It was from American. Airlines and it says American Airlines jet. Blue have announced a new partnership so. 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"kemp" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

02:26 min | 3 months ago

"kemp" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Two of the plan strong podcast as you know, has been centered on the theme, the heart of a hero thankfully. Even in the midst of our unforeseen global crisis, there are always those who go against the status quo. unafraid to wade into difficult and unchartered territory. In the hopes of finding solutions for our long term health and making the path for the rest of us. Just a little bit easier to follow. Well today's guests are some of my favourite heroes and yours. Adam Sudden Tara Kemp. A Dream Team in the plant based Movement for the last several months. Adam. A.

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"kemp" Discussed on The Twelve Six Podcast

The Twelve Six Podcast

03:50 min | 4 months ago

"kemp" Discussed on The Twelve Six Podcast

"Golden. Hey. Everybody! Welcome back to the twelfth six Podcast I'm your host Collin McHugh in a few weeks ago I posted on my instagram on my twitter about a realization that, although my intention with this podcast was to help share perspectives from all around baseball, I had yet to have any players of color on the show, and that perspective being left out was a racial bias that I had to overcome. And as inadvertent as it may have been the conversation around race that's happening in our country right now makes it all the more important to hear the stories of those African American Latino players. Today's guest is a former teammate of mine. And someone who has been an active participant in those conversations on Race Oakland as utility infielder Tony, camp. We talked about black lives matter versus all lives matter. The Tulsa massacre and Tony's new initiative, the Plus one effect. Baseball might be coming back, but that doesn't mean that. Things are normal. In this country, we are still actively battling pandemic and systemic racism. I really hope that baseball can bring three hours of rest to fans all the way across the country, but when those three hours or over remember, there's still work to be done. So without further Ado I. Hope you enjoy today's conversation with Tony Kemp. Tony Thank.

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"kemp" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

16:12 min | 1 year ago

"kemp" Discussed on Amanpour

"Postseason one pitch struck one swing of the Bat Dow how can turn to ties of October. PBS is the home of the two thousand Nineteen National League postseason this October Wednesday October second TNC. All the lead wrestling hits harder flies higher and breaks all boundaries Wesley a new League Wednesdays starting October second date on TNT now. If Paul Bye bye go oversaw the Renaissance of Disney Leonardo Da Vinci certainly epitomizes the renaissance man and this year marks the five hundred anniversary of his death breath and his genius Martin Kemp is Professor Emeritus of art history at Oxford University and is one of the world's leading experts on Leonardo his book Book Leonardo by Leonardo is a stunning gallery of the Masters Twenty seven existing paintings ped- with Kemp's lifetime of scholarship and inside right and it includes extensive reflections by Leonardo himself professor kemp sat down with our Walter Isaacson who also penned a widely acclaimed biography and they shared insights into the enduring brilliance of Leonardo over half a millennium. You're of course the greatest Leonardo scholar you're in our time you keep making new discoveries about Leonardo but in this latest book Leonardo by Leonardo Wonderful Art Beautiful Beautiful Art of what you do is instead of trying to make new discoveries. You look at the paintings yet a new. Why did you decide to do that. It's not story in a way that was approached by callaway arts and media and they said Manual Roosevelt's in particular said. Would I do a book on land paintings myself. I've written enough about Atlanta written about the paintings but it was surprising in a way I'd never done a book just about the paintings so I thought it was a distinct advantage in doing a book about about the paintings so I could look intensities each one but also look at that in the context of all of them nine never done that and look at it freshly and income to them via the primary sources of the contract violent odd is words fire other contemporaries words and to give it a freshness directness this on the bubble to make people look. We delegate actually looking to our phone these days. Liuw and people don't look at Molly's anymore. Lay just take a selfie or or an image so the point of the book a bubble visually is tough these absolutely striking plates where people have to look because it grabs grabs you look at the place and using as fat just fantastic so it's it's reinstated reactive looking hard. Let's start with genetic dementia painting he he does when he's very young. The only painting that's in the United States now and just like the Mona Lisa. It's the wife of a Florentine cloth loss merchant done in three quarters profile. Tell me what you learn by looking intensely at that picture and then maybe we'll contrast it to the Malays but looking king at the picture like all knowledge extraordinary presence there kind of uncanny as you know in front of Nardo the pictures so do things they're not don't just sort of a static objects face map of Genera Mizrahi rare at that time for women to look at you. It's slightly deepak manners in a way so Jennifer must've been complicit in this way of portraying her so that she is looking at you. She's not smiling but he's definitely scrutinizing John is in your and it has that slightly an easy quality one of the things about the painting as it has a river that seems to come down from the ancient mountains winds of eons of time away in flow through civilization and almost connect to her as if Leonardo's quest is saying how do we fit in to this cosmos and of course you see the same thing with the Mona Lisa to what extent was that a quest of Leonardo Davinci. You're absolutely right but the the landscape mindscape is not just a backdrop is not just sitting there as a scenic thing as it might do an assay for Netherlands which Leonardo new but he actually makes it a living thing and there's a parallel between say look at her hair hair also later he says the movement of water stories like the curling of hair on the curling Harry's like the movement of water. You've got the the weight of the hair. You've got the impetus as equals at the impetus of the Carrington. You've got the revolution and you get a helix now. There's no theoretical writing at that time but it's instinctual. I think very early on he's he's got that sense that the movement to water and the landscapers reflected in very turbulent motion of her hair well and so we look genetic Benji and as you say he understands the patterns of swirls and corals and vortexes we see that pattern across all of nature even in his studies of the Human Kevin Hart he looks at how a vortex how important is it that Leonardo sees patterns in so many different fields how they connect he season that goes forums everywhere. He's a lateral thinkers lateral. CEO We could say he senses the commonality the of Fulsome Forum in nature all these different areas and everything branches out from that so far from doing lots of things which he kinda relates. There's a common call of understanding of how nature works and the human beings place in nature only things whether it's physics anatomy they all branch out from this common trunk when you look at the Mona Lisa and you've had the great pleasure of seeing it out of the glass when they take it the frame once a year. Would you see that the rest of us when we go there instead of using our cell phones do sell fees. We should look look at we see the picture as living thing and I've seen it with different nation money. Oh when I was there with Pierre Rosenberg the great former director of the move we looked tinder artificial light. We looked at the light coming through the window and this sounds a bit like pretentious in a way but the thing lives it has a living leaving presence and a few artists can do that. REMBRANDT can do that. The mayor can do it and so that is a catalog of artists to don't just do vivid pictures but where the the picture has a living presence. There's no other way to describe it and her smile is almost interactive and it seems to me connecting all he knows about optics and art Martin Science and Anatomy with the beauty so using the emotions of humans. That's absolutely right. WHO's using what I call. The optics of uncertainty as young young man he assumes that what you see is what you see. It's geometrical process and basically the I is like a pair of compasses. Oh divide as measuring nature aw he then partly through his knowledge of Islamic Science North Dakota L. House in the West Nile Haitham. He knows learns runs. How complicated vision is that. It's very slippery thing. It doesn't have sharp line. He says at one point in the manuscript she said the eye does not know the edge of any body an indeed Monalisa does that therefore you've got an expression you project into it and it relates very much to Rene some poetry where the beloved ladies are always out of reach Dante's speech. You'll pat trucks lower. These beloved ladies through the Poets Poets always write about it's always divine divine narrows out of reach so there's this odd combination of poesie poetry within tomato in there and somehow the science poetry imagination all these things come as one with Leonardo Nardo when you look at the Last Supper you see the artificial perspective that Leonardo makes it look deeper in the wall and all of these things from from the gestures and emotion on the face to the narrative flow of the painting. It seems so much to come from every trick. Leonardo Auto has learned boats from optics in the theater when you write about in this book. How do you deal with that. I look at it as exactly that is taking all these elements bringing it together in a great statement. We know how Kathleen about that picture ranging from how do you Ukraine disillusion of the room without making it stick to the real room to Catholic. He separates out that space is kind of separate island and so it doesn't become too vulnerable to our changes the viewpoint so that's sort of mechanical optical thing to what is called. Il tschetter well what he called. Concerto dilemma the the concept or purpose of the soul of the people so each of those disciples. He looks at new things how they react and I say is it me betrayal one name. This is terrible. Another one goes out. I told you so they're in credit incredibly doubly beautifully. I'd I'd characterized individual reactions which he saw through Judas of course knows move starts package. Redo his tendons kanako standing out so judy's reaching the dip at this hand the narrative absolutely normally Judas is put on the other side of the table. NADO auto doesn't want to do that. He starts doing national drawing and things will I can differentiate judo psychologically. I don't have to do it with this. Physical Separation Sean makes it feel like a stage narrative with everybody sort of facing the audience and then the narrative going through each emotion. It's a very artificial construction action. Is You know there is not room for the more to sit down behind the table the standing up moving so he didn't want it to get to diffuse and spread out which is a problem with the last supper if you do each of the disciples lots of space in between them then then it becomes very diffuse narratives so he's he's compacted this new. Don't realize how artificial it is to analyze it and of course one of the most beautiful things is John. Looking beautiful sort of leaning abet that and you have the Dan Brown thesis that this is Mary Magdalene Yeah. There's a lot of people come up with all sorts of theses. They must all right right to you because you are the world's expert on it one who wrote you said I've found another Leonardo was Lebel apprentice and at first you we we are ready to say okay. I've get hundreds of these things and you ended up being the lead person who helps authenticate that as has lost Leonardo drawing in the case of say nickname Bella friendship. So you think well it looked. It looks too good to be true so I thought you know this is peculiarly something wrong with it and I waited until I was due to go Geneva anyway. Which is where it was in store and I thought it was worth looking at the the file was sent a nice high resolution solution to digital file. Look pretty good and you see it came up in this freeport. It came up from downstairs. Azzam was put on a sponge wood you so we can see it at the proper angle and it's just amazing the most controversial and interesting the present day question about a Leonardo Painting and whether it's authentic is salvador Monday and I think over the past two years my own feelings feelings of gone in waves about how much of that is true. Leonardos brushstrokes how much of it was by his studio whether whether it's really a Leonardo thoughts well. I think it's it's undoubtedly Leonardo. It has been said that it's a conventional subject frontal inland out. They wouldn't have done that but if you're doing a salvator Mundi that's what it is. Salvador Mundi has three things has to have a look because the whole idea is you can't escape AAC. You've got the blessing. We know that Leonardo altered all the painters. Let's see the moment offered the position of one of the fingers which is Mitch's different from the compass and we know he's got to hold the Globe and the globe is normally watching lashings called the Orbis Terr our the the orbit the earth and what Leonardo has done. He's portrayed as a Rock Crystal Sphere Jealousy Cambridge when I was doing science so when I saw it i Philip glass the inclusions. We'd little inclusions eat little airspaces bobble nice little round bubbles like you get gloss over. Oh you probably don't want round bubbles in glass and that then if its crystalline sphere it alters the meaning of it so there's very conventional subject the the crystalline sphere is the crystalline fair the fixed stars which was sold to be a crystalline sphere in which stars revolt the earth. That's the limits of the Finite Universe Universe outside that is God the spiritual realm realm which they now they believe him because it's an infinite realm not uncomfortable so so he say that Christ is the savior of the cosmos not just the savior of the earth and within a subject which is very conventional list is very smart. There's always something new to learn about. Leonardo and your life has been doing that. One of the most fascinating to me is when you in a couple of other researchers finally discovered the background of his as mother who had been lost to history now. This is an exciting it was discovered by coal through the Book on-demand Eliezer you people anti who'd been unearthed documents relating to among these are in the family and so I said to him. Vinci is a small place scholley Katharina. We know that was cool. CASUARINA WHO's married off soon after producing using low now though that must be a trace of Katharina in the record and Giuseppe Sleuth doubts this sob story of Katharina the half hour that was Nettie well who disappeared her mother died she was brought up by members of the family as an Olefin basically on a summer evening and in fourteen fifty one zero the rising young notary who who produce lots of children later hero Davinci. Yes it's up by the lawyer in young peasant girl they they produce. Leonardo cheese married off very quickly to get her out of the way. Leonardo is a welcome child is just the lack a lot of a lot. Two people were born in Italy at this time g lucky to be born illegitimate meaning. He didn't have to become a notary and to go to college login get the scholastic wisdom of the Middle Ages stuffed into his brain nervous temperament and the idea of him sitting grasping the the Arcane facts of Latin. Moore is probably not not quite as Michio. One of the few personal things that in the notebooks is solidly sort of his companion. What do you make of Sally is still is a fascinating figure. Show is being subject to fillmore novel but he should be this young man. GIANGIACOMO COUPLA NOT GEE who from a bad family peasant arrived in Nado studio in the fourteen.

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"kemp" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

11:52 min | 1 year ago

"kemp" Discussed on Amanpour

"Hello everyone and welcome to Alan Poor. Here's what's coming up the man behind one of the most iconic American and global brands even if your little bit unsure maybe on on that job is GonNa ask more of me than I might be capable. You've got to walk there. You gotta say okay. Yes you know give me a chance Disney. CEO Bob Iger joins me for an extensive conversation about his new memoir his incredible career and and some of the most difficult times in his life plus one of the manuscript she said the eye does not know the edge of any body and indeed Monalisa as a does that to Leonardo devoted small villages genius biographer Walter Isaacson sits down with author Martin Kemp about his book Leonardo by Leonardo. Welcome to the program everyone. I'm.

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"kemp" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"kemp" Discussed on The First Degree

"So the report obtained by the Kansas City star warned that Benjamin Appleby than twenty one years old was in a quote, high risk position to re-offend and could pose sexual threats, although most of his criminal history consisted of sexual misconduct involving public masturbation, which is disturbing and terrifying JD. This guy is going to it's going to going gonna actually I sure there's no, ooh, public masturbation, go home, like sue. Oh, no one wants to see that disgusting shut nobody wants to see it. He ended up pleading guilty to two nineteen Ninety-two raw nineteen Ninety-two robberies as well. The cases involve the hold ups of a Donut shop, and a convenience store in independence when he was seventeen years old. And one of the robberies a gunman who is apparently, but it'd been Appleby pointed, a shotgun at the head of a clerk and pulled the trigger. Thankfully, the gun didn't fire and years later, he told his therapist that the gun had never been loaded. I'm going, but he's like, we wasn't loaded but imagine the life ruining moment of PTSD back and better. Do. I fucking hit, or so the therapists, nineteen Ninety-six report depicted Benjamin Appleby as a young man who quote has a history of inappropriate alcohol. Use anger problems frequently goal in entanglements and appears to be emotionally immature. But it also that he was intelligent and appeared fairly motivated for treatment to make positive appropriate changes in his life and his behavior, this all seems kind of very current Christie. They're, they're like, oh, I don't want to is going to be serial killer. But I have hope I guess, so the therapist, also depicted him as quote pleasant communique communicative and cooperative during their seventy five minute session. He also held up a convenience store, right across the street from a police department. So while in custody. After he's extra extradited back to Kansas. He like we all mentioned confessed, an applebees Holywood detectives that he had gone to the pool that day to check it out as a potential client who knows if that's true. But that's what he was going with even back in the beginning when he was teddy Hoover, when he showed up at the scene. He said he found alley Kemp attractive and tried to hit on her, and then lost it when she rebuffed his advance and swung at him. So. You guys have been hit on before. Yeah. Never has anybody happens at bars happens on the street. Yeah. Has anybody ever hit on you in a room where there was nobody else, not that I cannot mistreat? No, but he's me humans in a situation like this, where you're like there's a door like you're stuck in a an enclosed place with somebody. That is inappropriately heading on you where you would be fearful if you said, no hasn't happened to me that I can think of not, not like. A an elevator. In the laundry, room and a party or something. Around. By herself. I mean can you just think there was member? There was it was raining. There was nobody else at the pool. Yeah. This guy follows her into this room. He's, he's waiting for her to do that. He says that he hits on our. And then she. You know she says now. Go now she probably started like being nice. Yeah. Definitely. And like Narain said Karen said, she would have probably smiled and mid nice and tried to. That it's that's just so annoying that you have to that women feel like they have to act, we do they'll hurt us. I know but that's like this is this is a prime insane. But like it's I do that, too. Like people do something awkward on the street. I'm like, no. Thank you, in the when they persist sound like you're making me uncomfortable. And like you start nice because you don't want somebody to react to don't you Hugh stories like this. Right. But you know, he she rebuffs him. He blocks the door and then. And then what does she do? Does he hit her first? Yeah. And just now he just lost it. And, and, and then to start swinging enter. Yeah. Handle rejection. This is this all just because some piece of shit can't handle was hurt their rejection. Like, yeah. So he says, I killed her. I strangled her. I guess I don't know what I used there was something laying there. And again, what we learned from the autopsy report is that he originally tried to strangle, her manually. He you know you don't realize how long it takes to actually strangle somebody she was still alive, and then he kept doing it again. And again, so you can just think about that. And, and how brutal that is any also said that he had gone into a first aid kit to get some sort of Oatman out to us as a lubricant, too late to rape her. But then he couldn't perform, so he just covers her body up with this tarp, and then he leaves. Disgusting garbage human piece of shit, so the police have Fetig yeah, the police have the confession. They have the people saying, you know, the idea of him from from the billboard which led him to that person. But DNA they did have DNA there and be the family determined. And yes,.

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"kemp" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"kemp" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

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"kemp" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"kemp" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"You're not registered, you're voter. Registration will be held until these. Your regularities can be sorted if they can be sorted. Brian come invented that he got sued over that effort in part because that unique program he designed and pursued out of his office seems to have had what everybody understood to be its desired effect in the initial interational of that program, which he came up with seventy six percent of the voter, registration applications that got snagged by that new program, Brian Kemp invented seventy six percent of them were from Georgia voters who were black, Latino or Asian. So civil rights groups sued him over that policy in two thousand sixteen in the end, he agreed to end the policy and several with them. They thought that it was over and that would lead to reforms. Nope. Instead, Brian Kemp got the Republican controlled Georgia legislature to pass a new law which codified that policy that he had just been sued over. So we could put the new policy into effect under a different statutory framework and under the new iterations of that policy. It appears to be even more racially targeted under the old version of the law. The registration. Was snagging with this policy. Again, we're seventy six percent black, Latino or Asian under the new iteration of the law. It's eighty percent black, Latino or Asian. See he's getting better at this. Meanwhile, the Associated Press this week revealed under the new iterations of this policy for Brian Kemp. His office is sitting on over, excuse me over fifty thousand applications for rotor registrations that he has set aside because of the new iterations of this exact match program that he invented where you don't count as registered. If there's an extra space somewhere or there's a period missing hyphen missing, or somebody misspelled your name by one letter. More than fifty thousand. As we reported at this time last night, the same civil rights group that sued Brian Kemp over the last of this policy have now filed another lawsuit against him to try to basically free those voter registrations and get him to stop doing this. But here's the question. In the state of Georgia election systems are not like a normal level of screwed up Georgia elections under Brian Kemp specifically have become special special in their big problems. That would be a big enough problem for the state. If Brian Kemp was just running this year to stay on for another glorious term as secretary of state and Georgia running the state's election infrastructure. But instead he is both running the state's election infrastructure administering this year's elections running this year's voter, registration process as secretary of state and simultaneously he is running as the Republican party's candidate for governor in the same election. Imagine you're Stacey Abrams. How do you run against a guy who's holding that kind of power in this process? How do you run to win? Right. How do you run against a guy when he is serving both as your competitor? At the top of the ticket in the election Antea serving as the unpire who has very specific, very aggressive, very apparently racially inflicted ideas about who gets to vote in his state and how the votes are handled and counted and who takes care to make sure the system is secure. His competitor in the governor's race this year is the former democratic leader in the Georgia state legislature, very effective. Georgia leader named Stacey Abrams graduate graduated the great Spelman college. She's an incredibly effective speaker and organizer. She's the founder of voting rights organization that made it its mission to register minority voters all over the state of Georgia, and you know what you need powerful organizations to try to do that work in Georgia because boy or the headwinds strong. Stacey Abrams is now calling for Brian Kemp to step down from his job as secretary of state ahead of next month's election in which he himself is at the top of the ticket. That demand from Abrahams comes as we're waiting to find out if Kemp's office will be subject subject to a restraining order. On the basis of this new federal lawsuit, that's just been filed against what he is doing with these tens of thousands of mostly black voter registrations that he is not letting go. How do you fight in that sort of a context? And more importantly, how do you fight to win in that kind of a context? Stacey Abrams joins us live for the interview. Next..

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"kemp" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"kemp" Discussed on The MLB Show

"Would seem like an anomaly with kemp but he's just kept on going and right now he's i think he's second in the all star voting his numbers are not unpaced to match two thousand eleven but they certainly are on pace to have a season that looks like it would come you know a few years after a two thousand eleven type season and i don't know i can't really think of too many other players who had a peak like this took a six or seven year break in the wilderness and then all of a sudden they're back and you know we we we haven't even reached the halfway point of the season but it's been long enough that this isn't just a flash in the pan this is actually something to pay attention to right now all star thing is interesting matt camp hasn't made an all star team since two thousand twelve and that also team included the likes of derek jeter and prince fielder rafael for call chipper jones was on that all star team so that was a really long time ago the thing that's most impressive to me about kemp isn't just as hitting even when he was in san diego and then atlanta he wasn't necessarily a good hitter but he was at least so k issue was his defense stat casts the new technology system rate skies by what they call outs above average essentially how many plays does someone make versus an average outfielder it goes back three years and twenty sixteen matt kemp rink last of two hundred seventy two outfielders with negative twenty three outs above average in two thousand seventeen matt kemp ranked last among two hundred sixty eight outfielders with negative eighteen outs of average this year he's at one positive one he is tied with brett gardner he is tied with bradley zimmer he is tied with alex gordon look these are gold glove caliber defenders and the s camp has still been coming out a lot as a defensive replacement and late innings and he still plays la field which is probably the easiest outfield spot but if you are a good hitter and an average defender that makes you a really valuable player and to me that's almost worse surprising it's he just he just looks right for the first time in a long time a lot of people have talked about how he he shed some pounds over.

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"kemp" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

The Ringer MLB Show

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"kemp" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

"Would seem like an anomaly with kemp but he's just kept on going and right now he's i think he's second in the all star voting his numbers are not unpaced to match two thousand eleven but they certainly are on pace to have a season that looks like it would come you know a few years after a two thousand eleven type season and i don't know i can't really think of too many other players who had a peak like this took a six or seven year break in the wilderness and then all of a sudden they're back and you know we we we haven't even reached the halfway point of the season but it's been long enough that this isn't just a flash in the pan this is actually something to pay attention to right now all star thing is interesting matt camp hasn't made an all star team since two thousand twelve and that also team included the likes of derek jeter and prince fielder rafael for call chipper jones was on that all star team so that was a really long time ago the thing that's most impressive to me about kemp isn't just as hitting even when he was in san diego and then atlanta he wasn't necessarily a good hitter but he was at least so k issue was his defense stat casts the new technology system rate skies by what they call outs above average essentially how many plays does someone make versus an average outfielder it goes back three years and twenty sixteen matt kemp rink last of two hundred seventy two outfielders with negative twenty three outs above average in two thousand seventeen matt kemp ranked last among two hundred sixty eight outfielders with negative eighteen outs of average this year he's at one positive one he is tied with brett gardner he is tied with bradley zimmer he is tied with alex gordon look these are gold glove caliber defenders and the s camp has still been coming out a lot as a defensive replacement and late innings and he still plays la field which is probably the easiest outfield spot but if you are a good hitter and an average defender that makes you a really valuable player and to me that's almost worse surprising it's he just he just looks right for the first time in a long time a lot of people have talked about how he he shed some pounds over.

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"kemp" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

The Ringer MLB Show

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"kemp" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

"He hit and he kept hitting and he's continued to keep hitting where are you with matt kemp and the aforementioned concept time it's it's it's it's been amazing i mean that grand slam on saturday was obviously like any respectable major laker should have hit that specific pitch out but can't just paste it in it really just sort of br crystallized like this is a matt kemp that no one thought that we would see again and you know it's funny kemp's i two significant home runs of this season his homer to dead center in the freeway exhibition series right before opening day dodger stadium against the angels in his first homers in the regular season this year against dodgers et dodger stadium joe davis had the same call and he said matt kemp turning back the clock and that's exactly what feels like i said this weekend after i hit him on hit that moonshot i said i felt like i feel like i'm gonna time machine watching this guy and this is just something that fans always want to see with players like this but seemingly never do kemp as we all know in two thousand eleven should have won the mvp he was second behind ryan braun right ahead of prince fielder good good year for the for the brewers and you know since then it was a very steep descent for camp i think he got injured the very next season and he just never really put it together after that and it was heartbreaking we had this guy who i mean he was just custom made for los angeles he just looks great new dodgers uniform he's comfortable around celebrities he you know he was least like serviceable in the outfield in just like he could hit for average he could hit for power he was great we really thought that with camp in kershaw we really thought we just had sort of like the cornerstones for the next decade and that obviously turned out to be the case with kershaw but way too soon kemp was just all of a sudden off the radar and you know he's he hung around for a few more seasons it was funny the team was really starting to take off but kemp was not and it just i it had one of these uncomfortable things where you see this guy either in the lineup or on the bench and you just kind of think this just doesn't this just doesn't fit the netting nothing about this as right and then when he was exiled to san diego it just got more sad because who wants to plant san diego especially after you've been playing los angeles and you know by the time it got to atlanta you know he just seemed to really be fitting this narrative that you see about extremely talented players who won't point seemed like maybe to be an hall of fame conversation but just because of the vix itunes of injury and time it just wasn't going to work out and then when he came over to begin the year i think people fell a little uncomfortable they felt one like we already tried this this didn't work this is just this is this is just this is a bad idea especially because as you said no one thought that he was going to even make the roster and then when he did i think some fans is kind of thought wait a minute if kemp is making the roster what's wrong with this roster but then right away he started to hit and even when the dodgers were struggling early there is this one thing about the team that was really disorder of keeping everyone's attention and it was it i.

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"kemp" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"kemp" Discussed on The MLB Show

"He hit and he kept hitting and he's continued to keep hitting where are you with matt kemp and the aforementioned concept time it's it's it's it's been amazing i mean that grand slam on saturday was obviously like any respectable major laker should have hit that specific pitch out but can't just paste it in it really just sort of br crystallized like this is a matt kemp that no one thought that we would see again and you know it's funny kemp's i two significant home runs of this season his homer to dead center in the freeway exhibition series right before opening day dodger stadium against the angels in his first homers in the regular season this year against dodgers et dodger stadium joe davis had the same call and he said matt kemp turning back the clock and that's exactly what feels like i said this weekend after i hit him on hit that moonshot i said i felt like i feel like i'm gonna time machine watching this guy and this is just something that fans always want to see with players like this but seemingly never do kemp as we all know in two thousand eleven should have won the mvp he was second behind ryan braun right ahead of prince fielder good good year for the for the brewers and you know since then it was a very steep descent for camp i think he got injured the very next season and he just never really put it together after that and it was heartbreaking we had this guy who i mean he was just custom made for los angeles he just looks great new dodgers uniform he's comfortable around celebrities he you know he was least like serviceable in the outfield in just like he could hit for average he could hit for power he was great we really thought that with camp in kershaw we really thought we just had sort of like the cornerstones for the next decade and that obviously turned out to be the case with kershaw but way too soon kemp was just all of a sudden off the radar and you know he's he hung around for a few more seasons it was funny the team was really starting to take off but kemp was not and it just i it had one of these uncomfortable things where you see this guy either in the lineup or on the bench and you just kind of think this just doesn't this just doesn't fit the netting nothing about this as right and then when he was exiled to san diego it just got more sad because who wants to plant san diego especially after you've been playing los angeles and you know by the time it got to atlanta you know he just seemed to really be fitting this narrative that you see about extremely talented players who won't point seemed like maybe to be an hall of fame conversation but just because of the vix itunes of injury and time it just wasn't going to work out and then when he came over to begin the year i think people fell a little uncomfortable they felt one like we already tried this this didn't work this is just this is this is just this is a bad idea especially because as you said no one thought that he was going to even make the roster and then when he did i think some fans is kind of thought wait a minute if kemp is making the roster what's wrong with this roster but then right away he started to hit and even when the dodgers were struggling early there is this one thing about the team that was really disorder of keeping everyone's attention and it was it i.

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"kemp" Discussed on The MLB Show

The MLB Show

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"kemp" Discussed on The MLB Show

"With bonus accessories and a free pair of gravity boots all right he told me he wanted to talk about matt kemp and the concept of time it's my boss the ringers copy chief and our resident harare logist cra gains hello craig zach it's a pleasure to be here very excited talk about matt kemp so on may sixteenth the dodgers lost their sixth straight game all to the reds and marlins they were sixteen and twenty six at the time tied for last place in the anna west missing their star shortstop and most of the rotation due to injury it since then somehow they're an mb best twenty six nine they're up to second place and they're only a game and a half behind the diamondbacks so before we get into matt kemp and the concept of time harry feeling about this dodger season in general which did not start at all as we expected but they've basically played how they were supposed to over the last month plus i'm i'm slowly reintegrating after the pain of the world series last year i'm not gonna lie i wasn't quite ready to just hot back in with both feet right right after that that was that was a weird very stressful very memorable for all the wrong reasons time last last season and so at the beginning of the season i honestly told myself okay i'm going to have to let this coast for a little bit and i'm going to have to find my way back in and they honestly made that a little easy at the at the start with that that sort of the season that you just you just described but since then we kind of like right on time basketball's over football is still sort of like in the distance now right on time where it's actually like really time for me to start paying attention to baseball here the dodgers and i feel like i have enough space between the world series series and now to really make myself vulnerable again to this to this team and thank god they're actually you know giving me some some reason for help they're looking great i don't know how they've been doing it they've just been the rotation is just been a medical ward and losing seeger was a real bummer not having turner the beginning this season was a real bummer but i don't know you know they just keep finding guys like max muncie and turner is now back and they're they really seem to be putting it together and you know this series last weekend against the mets i mean i know it was the mets but they just they just look great and i'm feeling i'm starting to feel really good about about the dodgers again so in the series against the mets on saturday i believe kershaw and was coming back from injury he was starting against jacob degrom but the person who stole the show with a big basically game ending grand slam was matt kemp who is back with the dodgers and he came over basically because of salary mackin asians because the braves dodgers exchanged essentially the same amount of money but counted different for the luxury tax purposes i didn't expect malcolm's even make the opening day roster i think a lot of people didn't but he's there and.

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"kemp" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

The Ringer MLB Show

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"kemp" Discussed on The Ringer MLB Show

"With bonus accessories and a free pair of gravity boots all right he told me he wanted to talk about matt kemp and the concept of time it's my boss the ringers copy chief and our resident harare logist cra gains hello craig zach it's a pleasure to be here very excited talk about matt kemp so on may sixteenth the dodgers lost their sixth straight game all to the reds and marlins they were sixteen and twenty six at the time tied for last place in the anna west missing their star shortstop and most of the rotation due to injury it since then somehow they're an mb best twenty six nine they're up to second place and they're only a game and a half behind the diamondbacks so before we get into matt kemp and the concept of time harry feeling about this dodger season in general which did not start at all as we expected but they've basically played how they were supposed to over the last month plus i'm i'm slowly reintegrating after the pain of the world series last year i'm not gonna lie i wasn't quite ready to just hot back in with both feet right right after that that was that was a weird very stressful very memorable for all the wrong reasons time last last season and so at the beginning of the season i honestly told myself okay i'm going to have to let this coast for a little bit and i'm going to have to find my way back in and they honestly made that a little easy at the at the start with that that sort of the season that you just you just described but since then we kind of like right on time basketball's over football is still sort of like in the distance now right on time where it's actually like really time for me to start paying attention to baseball here the dodgers and i feel like i have enough space between the world series series and now to really make myself vulnerable again to this to this team and thank god they're actually you know giving me some some reason for help they're looking great i don't know how they've been doing it they've just been the rotation is just been a medical ward and losing seeger was a real bummer not having turner the beginning this season was a real bummer but i don't know you know they just keep finding guys like max muncie and turner is now back and they're they really seem to be putting it together and you know this series last weekend against the mets i mean i know it was the mets but they just they just look great and i'm feeling i'm starting to feel really good about about the dodgers again so in the series against the mets on saturday i believe kershaw and was coming back from injury he was starting against jacob degrom but the person who stole the show with a big basically game ending grand slam was matt kemp who is back with the dodgers and he came over basically because of salary mackin asians because the braves dodgers exchanged essentially the same amount of money but counted different for the luxury tax purposes i didn't expect malcolm's even make the opening day roster i think a lot of people didn't but he's there and.

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"kemp" Discussed on Live Happy Now

Live Happy Now

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"kemp" Discussed on Live Happy Now

"So the social support you derived from your religion in your faith as one way through which religion provides wellbeing it also provide meaning and its control uncertainty about the world and that is also an important factor in determining how mature satisfied with her life and you feel that you know you're a happy person there is also you know for example religion have a lot of prescription of healthy habits for example like lifestyle habits such as not drinking too much which is also predictor of health so there turns lifestyles that religion promotes that seemed you also predict not only mental health but physical health as well so kemp all in all they're like these social and cognitive emotional resources that religion seems to bring in an organized way that how people derive greater wellbeing and and happiness that's so interesting and open curious if when you're doing your research you differentiate between spirituality and organiz religion or that together well a lot of the research showed that if you identify as a spiritual person or religious person there's like similar relationship with wellbeing and and happiness the difference might be in the mechanism because as you point out ferridge rallied he's believes and practices or not really defined by an institution so there is less guidelines incude how i you define your own spirituality or the way the type of practices you do so i think when we study mechanism we would look at it a little bit differently but in my own research i would for example interested in the experience of positive emotions my explain why both religion and spirituality or related to wellbeing and so in one study we had five hundred churchgoers tell us more about the their experience at church and reported how much they fell connected to others.

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