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Fresh update on "marcel" discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Always happy to see my Guy Dolle Marcel has got to start with you. Was it a bad look the Lebron didn't take the shot in the Lakers win Lash Nah. That wasn't a bad look it all it's a bad look ask this. Is Pretty Weak? Question. But I will use my strengths to answer this question. So I know you suggested this on. Here's the thing. Goal is to make a winning play. I don't give a damn about hooked by Cook I don't care if the mascot comes out here and makes it. If they don't say, Hey, six men on the court that's who should get the ball into the basket but you know it's interesting. This is supposed to be a bad look on the Bra but this wasn't a bad look. Oh Michael Jordan nor should have ever been a bad look Michael Jordan and we heard of Steve Kerr and Paxton Paxton getting the ball in those winning moments or winning moments were Matt Johnston had to pass it to look at options Corinne worthing virus Scott. Larry Bird had the past. Oh, Maceio took the last shot I. Dare You Maceio. Got Dennis Johnson sitting there you got pair sitting there. The point of it is when you had these type of options, you have to take full advantage of it right now we're talking about Anthony Davis and Anthony Davis a top five player in this world at Davis may be the best player on the Lakers this year, the Bron- Phyllis snubbed about his MVP may not even be the team MVP so wanNA. Put some focus on Anthony Davis and show you guys how clutch he is full screen king time and show you this clus gene right here highest field goal percentage on shots to tie or take the lead in the final twenty four seconds last possession of fourth quarter or overtime. WHOA. See Anthony Davis is named second on this list. So when you know this, when you know the metrics analytics, you know your teammates, you know your personnel. Yeah. Play designed for Lebron doesn't mean you have to do it with all intents and purposes you can practically go out there and shoot it with a guy who's this clutch and Anthony Davis give him his bridge. Where to begin It's a bad.
Fresh update on "marcel" discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Games they shut down all of their weapons. Question Marcel Simone doesn't matter if we do that. We got so week seventeen of the season man it was still. Brunette. We're Tom. Brady. So they really didn't have you know. Let me give it to you why it matters. You remember when the giants won't a super bowl and they played the new England patriots Tom Week Seventeen, and it was they were nine and seven people were like Oh that was a close game that was a good game but they lost some people your lane means nothing they. Lost who cares and some people say take out a formula off of that and they got themselves bruised but not beaten and they will respond if they get a chance to see that team again they did and they beat a perfect team. If I got beat a perfect team, how come I can't thirteen team that lose the Minnesota two year before in the playoffs I'm dropping Michael. All right we're.
Fresh update on "marcel" discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Is a team that does anyone in their way that they fear who going to stop them and they got the guy who sitting on the throne so you need to watch. I tend to agree a little bit with both of you. Off The fence. Hold on hold on, do not look at them as being a super bowl contender key to day to day I do not. So here's what the show look at them as okay who is going to stop them like you say it Marcel right there there are a few good teams on their schedule. Their schedule actually is in favor them having some some good good good weeks ahead of them. With art show on the fact that they are supposed to beat these tanks but take it the other direction and saying that's more pressure we're going to find out we are going to find out in the next couple of weeks at their contender Acho you know why it because it's not just about the James when you're talking about being a super bowl contender, it's about style. How do you beat those teams? I was okay. With the way they've Easter on yesterday. All right. You'RE GONNA. Tell me you are super. Bowl. Contender you do have to beat the changers supposed to be ready out the building. They're already out the gate with a strike against them because they lost super bowl contender. Say Week one but you know what? That week one Super Bowl contender did what? WHAT TAMPA BAY? Double..
Fresh update on "marcel" discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Russell. Wilson Russell Wilson had just as many touchdowns as incompletions. Yeah. That is a phenomenal game. That's the game where you go. Oh man that's so quarterback he did his thing but the same Dak Prescott? The cowboys didn't look the same now again, missing both offensive tackles he overcame debt overcame three first quarter of now four first covert first quarter turnovers overcame a fake punt in first quarter that Prescott he did overcome a lot. But here's what I mean when I say cowboys fans require more of yourselves. MIAMI. Yourselves this the cow the thing about this two, thousand Seventeen Dak Prescott led the NFL and game winning drives. He had four of them I to go back and do my homework because contrary to you said, three minutes ago art show prepared for this show life. peparation. Thousand Seventeen Dak. Prescott. Four game winning drive. So I said Marcella. So who were they? Were against the cardinals finished that year eight and eight they're going to the giants finished that year three and thirteen they were against the raiders finished that year six and ten. The Eagles last game of the season the eagles already had everything locked up. Eagles played felt as their starting quarterback for the dominant game and Dak. Prescott one, six, zero. You'll remember we've seen Dak. do this before we've seen Hung Prescott being average to below average teams again, twenty seventeen, he had game winning drives and eighteen, a three and thirteen team six and ten team congratulations that we've seen. You do that before but Jerry saw. Him Do that before and still didn't pay him. So if you want to sell us are now gonNA look at that Prescott beating the Atlanta Falcons who competed from a fear of failure as opposed to a desire to excel. Let's look no further than that on side kick. If you're gonNA look that Prescott got coming back against this Falcons team who gave that game away if that's GONNA be your bargaining chip, it's just not very strong. It's just not very that cat three, four, hundred games last year Marcel listen he didn't show. US anything. We haven't seen before that can light up a fact sheet. It's gotta be great on your fantasy team that can kill it in a box score but I'm just not GonNa sit here and say because they beat the Falcons and not convincingly. Marcellus because they beat the Falcons. You're now going to say, Heck Care that deserves his money you along with cowboy fans deserve more than that versus the deck separate me from Cowboy Fan since I am a cowboy fan. In part because my father is the biggest cowboy fan in the world and I was forced to love the cowboys growing up. And it cut me a bitch unearned chicks steel. Up. Realizing. Oh. I just come to realize who you really are. You're a guy who places safe. You're a guy that buys into security to the point where you may even sacrifice your own optimal success. Interesting. Always cloudy about your contract here and say you did buy into security lean into security instead of what I lean into, which is getting mine security over there safe.
Fresh update on "marcel" discussed on Reality Bites
"He was kind of like stalking around and just kind of pacing around stuff in like he looked like if anybody came to close, he's about to swing on them. So my question is if chuck is drinking a little bit too much you know he seemed like he was a little intoxicated handle his liquor, where was the mother and we saw Jen try to step in and diffuse the situation we saw Andrei tried to defuse the. Situation and Marcel and everyone Belykh even. Elizabeth. was like Charlie chill out like this is don't do where was the mother? Why does the mom not step in and go? Hey Charlie there was one point when chuck and the mom kind of both confronted Charlie but to no avail and yeah, that's that's the one thing I thought was like, are you like why would you the mom involved? Would he really disrespect mom like that although he was super drunk I think he probably would and at what point someone not say, Hey, we got a call him a taxi and getting back to. The House or something or as I suspect it's the production crew trying to keep it going because this is gold for reality TV. We've got the drunk brother just took the microphone instead in front of everyone like stop using my dad and and so when they step outside, that was one situation where I really thought it was going to escalate to a physical level but Andreas will say kept things under things under control you might not be such a bad guy who might not be such a bad guy and then he had the conversation with chuck or he apologized and said he. Got Off on the wrong foot, he knows that he can be a Dick. Sometimes. That I've been wrong in, you know I want to move forward and let's be it's your family, your family and chuck kind accepted, and then of course, when he got on his little solo things like we'll see right and I was interesting because Chuck's made the comment you've known me for two years now. So in two years when and then when he turns around and he's like, I just figure out like he's Mister Nice Guy One minute then. He's trying to fight my son He's getting kicked out of his country like I can't figure this guy out. It's like he's not trying to fight your son though your son is if anything is being the tackiness, the instigator right and I will say that maybe during that moment because a check, obviously a little drunk. So maybe you know that was a little bit of junk talk and then also because Elizabeth also, Kinda thought that Andrei because of you. Know his past history said something to Charlie that really set them..
"marcel" Discussed on Murder Minute
"He told them that the Nazis were after him because he had killed Germans and informers. In an apparent. To lend credibility to his story. During the liberation of Paris Marcel joined the French forces of the Interior under the name on we Valerie. And became a captain in charge of counter espionage and prisoner interogations. Shells plan backfired. When the newspaper resistance ran a story on on we are. He was recognized and police were back on his trail. On October thirty, first nineteen, forty, four, Marceau Pat Chote was arrested at a Paris metro station. On march nineteenth nineteen, forty-six Marcel Petiot went on trial facing a legal team of twelve lawyers hired by the relatives of his victims. Their suitcases were piled high in the courtroom for all to see. Marcellin his defense attorney attempted to portray him as a hero of the resistance. And insisted that he had only killed enemies of France. Some victims, he said collaborators or double agents. Some he said were Nazis killed not by him but by fellow members of the resistance. Others? He claimed were alive and well in South America living, under new names. But, investigators found that Marcel Pacheco. Had No associates in any of the major resistance groups. And the other groups he spoke of. Never existed. Marcel Petiot. Admitted to killing just nineteen of the twenty seven victims found in his house. Part of a total of sixty three enemies he claimed that he had killed. Prosecutors accused him of murder for profit. An. Estimated that he stole two hundred million francs. Equivalent. To roughly two million dollars today. He was convicted of twenty six counts of murder and sentenced to death. On May. Twenty Fifth Nineteen forty-six He was beheaded by. Guillotine. Marcel Petiot. Last words were. Gentlemen. I. Have One last piece of advice. Look away. This has been murder minute. For to crime anytime, download the murder minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute.
"marcel" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Town. So in Nineteen thirty-three Marcel picciotto decided it was time to move on. He packed up his wife and son. And the family moved to Paris. Marcel picked up right where he left off he built a new practice using forged credentials and managed to maintain a good reputation as a doctor all the while evading taxes continuing to steal over prescribing narcotics and performing illegal medical procedures In nineteen thirty, six Marcel was briefly institutionalized for KLEPTOMANIAC. The, same year, he was granted the authority to write death certificates. When World War Two broke out the fall of France to the Nazis provided cover for Marcel. To continue his illegal operations under the radar with little consequence. Marcel was fined two thousand, four hundred francs for prescribing illicit narcotics. The case should have gone to trial. But the to addicts who were set to testify against him mysteriously disappeared shortly before the trial began. For Marcel. Occupation provided the perfect scapegoat for his crimes. But soon, he would conceive of a far better way to profit from it. Marcel joined or claimed to join the French Resistance, creating false death certificates and false medical disability certificates to help people avoid conscription. But marseils most lucrative resistance activity. Was, his supposed escape route. Under the codename Dr Eugene. Marcel offered safe passage out of France to Jews wishing to escape the Nazis. For Twenty, five, thousand francs per person. Dr Eugene claimed that he could arrange passage to Argentina to Portugal. Once they arrive to his clinic. Marcel told them that the Argentine officials required all entrance into the country to be inoculated. With their consent, Marcel lifted his syringe. And injected them. With. Cyanide. Wants dead. Marcel Petiot. Took their suitcases, pocketed their cash and valuables. And dumped their bodies. At first, he discarded them in the Cen-? But. Later, he disposed of the bodies by submerging them in quick line or taking them to his basement furnace and incinerating them..
"marcel" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Hundred seventeen was arrested for stealing army blankets, morphine various armies, supplies, wallets, photographs, and letters. But once again. His charges were dismissed. Win Another psychiatric evaluation determined that he was suffering from mental illness. Despite his mental state in June, of nineteen eighteen marcel was returned to the front. After suffering, what appeared to be a complete mental break Marceau shot himself in the foot. He was discharged for abnormal behavior. And left the army with the disability pension. Psychiatrists recommended that more so be committed to a mental institution. Instead, he became an intern at one. And entered the accelerated education program intended for war veterans in Nineteen Twenty. One. Despite his documented history of mental instability, muscle patio obtained a medical degree in just eight months. And established a practice in the town of nerve. There Morsel became a popular figure. Few could have suspected. The young doctor was a thief who was receiving government medical assistance funds for his mental illness was addicted to prescription narcotics and was about to take his first life. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty, six, Marcel met the woman who many believe was his first victim. Lewis deliver was the daughter of one of ourselves elderly patients. Marcel and Lewis began having a love affair. But in May of nineteen, twenty, six, louise mysteriously disappeared Sh. Neighbors told police that they had witnessed Marcel Picciotto. Loading large heavy trunk into his car. But investigators couldn't connect him to the crime..
"marcel" Discussed on Murder Minute
"Doctors have now told her that her cancer is incurable. Family members of the girl and law enforcement investigators on the case asked that cook remain in prison because of how badly the child was beaten and the severity of the crime. A Pardon Board in South Carolina voted unanimously to deny the pardon and that Kalem re-cook remain in prison to complete her life sentence. Bail was set at four, hundred, thousand dollars on Monday for a man accused of killing and dismembering Montana man nearly a decade ago in a dispute over land access. sixty-six-year-old Leon Michael Ford is charged with killing John Mike Crates who went missing from the Property Northwest of Elena in twenty eleven. Ford owned fifteen acres of land north of crates property and was scheduled to meet with crowds on the last day that he was seen alive for months later, parts of, Christ's body were found in garbage bags. His school was found separately about a year after his death near McDonald's past west of Lena. An autopsy found that he died from two gunshot wounds to the head. Ford appeared in court on charges of deliberate homicide and tampering with evidence. If Ford posts bond, he will have to sign an extradition waiver hand turn over his passport before being released. A Connecticut teenager is accused of hiring another team to kill his parents as revenge for years of alleged abuse leading to a knife attack that left his stepmother and her mother dead and his father Muhnid. Fifty five year old Marianne Ranka and her seventy eight year old mother Sandra Marcy were killed in May. Three seventeen year olds have been arrested on multiple charges. The Stepson told police that he hired another teenager to kill his stepmother and his father who has not been named because he said, they abused him for years. Quote I felt like if my step mother and father were gone, I'd be free. It's like an elephant sitting on my chest at home the teen told police..
Atlanta - Georgia chief justice: State getting ready to resume jury proceedings
"Supreme Supreme Court Court chief chief justice justice this this week week says says trials trials and and grand grand Juries Juries may may resume resume as as early early as as next next month month as as courts courts log log a a massive massive backlog backlog of of cases cases during during the the pandemic, pandemic, WSB senior legal analyst Ron Carlson says when it comes to the Corona virus pandemics stoppage of the court's mean it's unprecedented and the Back to the virus on George's court system. Nothing but harmful, Carlson says. Long waits for defendants are being made even longer. With thousands of cases awaiting everything from grand jury presentment CE to plea talks and trials. It will take a while, I would say between six months and a year, possibly creating anguish for victims and complacency, among once eager witnesses. Veronica Waters, 95.5 WSB The top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it to a Senator Edward Markey has defeated challenger US representative Joe Kennedy, the third in Tuesday's Democratic Senate primary, setting the stage for another possible six year term. And Braves D. H. Marcel Ozuna hit three home runs and collected six R B eyes. Is Atlanta beat the Red Sox in Boston 10 to 3 WSB news time is 11 0 to thes air the stories you need to know the impact each and every one of us 95.5 WSB promises to give accurate ballots local information every half hour
"marcel" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Marcel Ozuna. Coming up to him. Is walk, singled. Locked in Iran and scored Pop down single to knock in a run. And pop down. He swings and misses at the first offering. From December. Those two for four with a walk. You want. Swing and a line drive base hit into center field. That's his third hit. Came off the bat Weird. No. Yeah, look like he got in on him. I mean, he's so so big and strong, but you know that pitch pretty good pitch ran in on his hands and May have even broken that back, but still could throw it past the shortstop. You know, nuts, enough exit velocity. Shooted in center field. So Marcel Ozuna is on base, 1st and 2nd. I had a one hour meeting on the mound before Travis d'Arnaud. It's a chance did I was star? No. Up in Southern California. It's a Dodger fan. Organists killing it tonight. I'm called here. Embry Fire. Swing and a miss. Raves leader 12 10 with one out. In the night. Camera deals.
Father of 19-year-old who was killed in Seattle’s CHOP files claim against city
"Seattle Kane County in the state of Washington are facing claims of $1 billion each for the father of a teenager who was killed in Seattle's chop zone after police lefties precinct attorney have a notion. Represents Horace Anderson, who's 19 year old son. Lorenzo was shot and killed on June 20th on Capitol Hill amid ongoing protests. We have a right, Lorenzo had a right Be protected thes air basic rights that every citizen deserves. Prosecutors charged. A man named Marcel Live on long with murder this month after long was caught on video chasing Anderson with a gun. Through the chop long is still at large.
Marcela Lobos | Healing with the Medicine Wheel
"In all spiritual and meditation traditions maps provided for seekers for the journey, irs who are moving across the landscape of their soul. These maps can be found in secret texts, holy images, prayers and poems from saints, and Yogis who have traversed the rocky train of spiritual people and transformation. The maps point us in the direction of our own spiritual truths for tumors bathed in clarity, strength and empathy. I'm Matteo donal hosted they. Hey, how's meditations? PODCAST and I'm happy to welcome on today's show Marcel Lobos to discuss one of these ancient maps procedures like you and me and that map is the medicine wheel? Marcel has been initiated in the healing and spiritual traditions of the Amazon and the Andes. For many decades I spoke to her while I was visiting her retreat center in the mountains of Chile just before the pandemic his around the world. Martinez senior teacher, the four win society, and is married to its founder Dr L. Deauville do. On today, show Marcella speaks about her own healing journey, and how she's applied the ancient methods of healing found in the medicine wheel. She then takes us on a journey in the podcast around the four directions of the medicine wheel where we talk about the healing archetypes that we work with including the serpent, Jaguar hummingbird and condor. The result of the journey through the medicine wheel is to emerge a luminous warrior with clear discernment, an unbound energy to be of service to others. Let's get right to my conversation with Marcella. So. It's great to welcome Marcella logos onto the house meditation podcast today we're recording down here. In the amazing sort of Sacred Valley of in Los Lobos in Chile so welcome on the PODCAST Marcella tank, Kim materials and honor to be with you, and to be with all our listeners on very excited to share anything that can be of help. Today I have a feeling. It's going to be a good journey. Loved tourneys. Before. We Speak About meditation practice and your meditation practice in about this. Your unique as I understand it contemporary practice that derives out of Shamanism I just wanted to ask you about how your spiritual practice started in your life. I feel it started with being raised by parents that gave me a lot of space to daydream. My House My parents were atheist. So, nothing was imposed to me. Though I grew up in a Catholic Very Catholic county went to Catholic school, but my parents really understood my inner freedom, and they let me not go to. My religious classes day they gave me they spoke with the teachers and say they. Want to do it. They led me to really explore my own. Spirituality my own connection to nature to dreams, because since I was a little girl, had a lot of vivid, dreaming on my parents recognized that today they were really free spirited in that way, and I think that's foundation, and it was here that you grew up in Chile yes. I grew up in China and funny enough I did explore a lot of religious settings because. I didn't go to religious class I. Dig grew up among Catholics season so I ended up learning. Then my aunt, one of my aunts was one of the heads of the witnesses of Jehovah. Jehovah witnesses. Okay, thank you and so I learn a lot of The Bible stories with her. Though whenever I went to my grandmother, she would say no. No, my darling, she says telling you stories that. That people believe but really what happened the UFO's game and gave the tablets to Moses and everything. My. Grandma everything she. That her little sister. Explain to me from the Bible. My grandmother would turn it into a UFO story. And why was that with the UFO story? Sorry, because my grandma was said to rebel on her husband was a doctor and she wouldn't go to. Hospital or medical setting, she only took homeopathy. My best friend was Mormon. Say went to more among tour too many times. You haven't many different kinds of influences. Was More to be outside and if you will communing with nature, yeah, I, I had an early. On. Drive to to just lay on the grass and count the pedals of the grass, and trying to find for for lack and just spend a lot of time with not be known to tame, and whatsoever saw I learned to be with myself. And people nowadays feel like they have to entertain their children non stop and they they cannot stand seeing their kids who, in nothing by my mother also led me to be, and and wouldn't finance attention, so I got bored a lot of many times and I would think even depressed. Point. But that helped me. Be With myself a nobody rescue with nobody rescuing me.
DC Police Make Arrest in Shooting Death of 11-Year-Old Davon McNeal
"In the murder of an 11 year old boy on Independence Day evening in southeast D. C. D. C. Police have also announced warrants are out for three other people. In the same case, 11 year old Davon McNeil was shot and killed on his way home from a peace event when five men opened fire near his southeast D C home, according to D. C police chief Peter Newsom. It's not believed he was the intended target. Now, One man, 18 year old Darryl Bond has been arrested and police are looking for three others 22 year old Christian Wingfield, 25 year old Marcel Gordon and 19 year old Carlo General D. C. Mayor, Muriel Bowser to Christian Marcel and Carlo. Turn yourselves in. All the suspects have rap sheets, according to new Shin, too, were out of jail. Is there waiting trial on other serious charges, according to the chief. Now these guys have taken the life of an 11 year old boy. On. That is tragic. The boy's grandfather, John, Iowa, on the arrest, I am filling in a lot of joy on that part. But of course I'm sad because I lost my grandson Mike Murillo. W T O P News,
Mayor Kenney: Philadelphia to waive protest-related code violation notices
"Hundreds of Philadelphia protesters who received citations for disorderly conduct and other minor offenses are now off the hook, Cabe y. W. City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. The mayor has decided to waive all protests related citations. City Solicitor Marcel Pratt recommended the waiver. He says moving forward with the citations would serve no useful purpose consistent with the spirit of reform and reconciliation. Using resource is to process and go after code violation notices for the protest just didn't make sense. Mayor Kenny says He accepted the recommendation and recognition that the concerns that prompted the protests are important. And the message that black lives matter needs to be. Heard every day until racism is eradicated. Police union President John MK Nesby sees it differently. He issued a statement saying the move is an endorsement of outright lawlessness and a surrender of any attempt to hold people accountable for criminal activity. The citations are actually civil matters, not criminal. Anyone who received one from May 30th to June 30th need not pay it or take any further action. Those who paid can get refunds go to K y w news radio dot com for the number to call to get the refund process
Padma Lakshmi in Search of America
"David Welcome back to. thank you so much. I'm thrilled to be here, so your latest book is about drinking French, and it covers among other things, para teeth. The French have a very different meaning associated with that word. What is para? It's not just the cocktail. Well a para chief. It's the time of day between when you're done working and when you're going to have dinner, it's kind of a transition time you know the word comes from the Latin. You know to open up it sort of mentor. Open up your appetite for dinner, but in France also people eat late the alcohol. These cocktails appear Atif are not supposed to be like a sturdy American cocktail with three ounces of alcohol so. So, just describe what therefore and what they're like well a lot of the Pera tapes that we that we associate with France such as do bony lillay variously were health tonics had quinine in them, which one distiller told me goes it. That was the CBD of the Eighteen Ninety S. it was quite everybody wanted quinine. They used to have much higher alcohol content, and then they lowered the alcohol down, so they were more drinkable. Ice Cubes in them and so forth. And I think some of that might have been modeled after pestis. When that became popular, everyone was sort of leisurely drinking list drank adding to this class over the course of several hours. You talk about cafes a lot and you say I often referred to cafes. Is The living rooms of Paris? Everyone's welcome to gather there whether you're spent the night sweeping. The streets are working the streets. How does that play into this whole story about drinking and apparent teves well people? It's hard to underestimate the importance of a French cafe to a French person. I was I was in Italy a few years ago and I was like where all the cafes and there are cafes, but it not like Paris where there's like five on every block, just wanted every corner, French equal, or so into being convivial with their friends, meeting their friends, and they use cafes, not just somewhere to get a drink, but it's really somewhere to spend time. It's sort of like your home away from home. Well. We spoken about this before. But the you talk a lot about the French are really good at doing nothing in particular, but really enjoying the moment, and that plays into your whole book drinking from Yes. Yes. I I'm somebody that always has to be doing something and I really had to dial down my you know my own expectations of of my ability to just you know, turn off in. Just sit somewhere and be. Newsy and French verb to be. and. You know it's taken me a couple of years actually I can do it. I can go to a cafe and do nothing, but it's hard. I usually have to bring a book with me or I bring my laptop. But the French are very you go to cafes in. Someone's just sitting there for like three hours. And they're thinking about stuff. which is something that I aspire to? Let's talk about specific drinks you right? I marveled at the barrels of wine, left in the open Mediterranean air to intentionally oxidized became vermouth. I didn't know. vermouth is oxidized wine I. I thought it was wine. Our alcohol flavored with herbs and some other things you know all these things were the same to me. There were a lot of discoveries you know I always felt like. Like I know Vermouth, it's a it's a wine fortified aromatized wine with herbs and spices in it, and then I went. I went down to Marcel Annoy Lee Pratt vermouth is made, and they had thousand barrels outside, and they said yes. That's the flavor of our vermouth. The wine used to come from Spain on boats, and it got oxidized, and we wanNA keep that going. So, learning about what makes all these things different and interesting such as oxidizing wine intentionally for a year in the open air, give it a little saltiness and age. Surly the point, my life where I think a little saltiness in which is. Pretty pretty good I'm all for that, I'm making my living being salty in aged. At this point you and me both. You also mention a drink which you like. Call the long hello. Could you talk about that? Because that really appeal to me, but I love the name that was invented by a bar man called Damian Bolt. WHO has a bar? Really Great Bar in Brooklyn called Grand Army, and he came up with this cocktail, which has calvados in Apple Brandy from Normandy and then elder flower liqueur, and then you top the glass office, Champagne and a little nutmeg. And what's interesting about the French is they often say Oh, you should never defile wine or champagne like. Do not put ice in it do not. All these rules, and then there's all these drinks like the Kiro. The basically that you champagne as a base you know and they you add stuff to it. It's interesting because years ago, I went to a champagne dinner. With the owner of the most prestigious Champagne House and he said to me, you're better off putting an ice cube in a glass of champagne than drinking a warm glass of champagne. So. What's the difference between entertaining and France versus entertaining here in the states? Okay well. Actually read an article once for Ex pats about how to get used to going to a fringe party, because Americans are usually boisterous and lively, and are moving around and meeting people and having fun. Where's the French are more into discussions, so it's a different atmosphere. I, often joke like I've never been to an American dinner party. Where English grammar has come up as a point of discussion and debate and I think every French dinner party I've been to. Someone has brought up something about the French language people. Say Oh, you know you use the past participle of at, and it should be the imperfect. But my partners French and he told me he goes. You need to smile more. Oh. Tell! You don't smile and Paris because they'll know. You're American I was like I'm trying to look more friend. She's like you need to smile more. David Lee evinces outdone the French. David, it's been a real pleasure. Thank you for coming back to monster. Yes, it's always a pleasure to talk to you next time I see you. I think we should have a cocktail or two pair of teeth. Thanks David Bye bye.
"marcel" Discussed on Serial Killers
"The killers were a family of three German Jews. Who Vanished after entering Pacino's house? Likewise, the Wolfe family of three and six their friends made their way to the pitchy estate never to be seen again. Large groups like this must have been a huge boon to Patou who was able to collect multiple fees at once then again, there were downsides to the growing success of his hustle more bodies. At first pitch you dismembered bodies of his victims and undercover of darkness dumped the parts into the San. But. It was soon apparent that this method attracted too much attention. Between Nineteen, forty, two and nineteen, forty-three, at least nine heads, four thighs, and several other assorted limbs, were fished out of the river with this initial method of disposal, proving unsustainable Pat, you came up with a new plan. He dug pits throughout his property and had his brother Maurice deliver some quick lime. As nineteen forty two gave way to nineteen forty-three fly talks is operating at full speed, and the scheme was raking in tens of thousands of francs for Patou at this stage, his associates had little actual work to do. Word was spreading all on its own, unfortunately for Pichu. His underground marketing and boastful claims were working a little too well. Coming up whispers about fly. Talks reached the French Gestapo. Puzzles as much I do it. So I have a great mobile puzzle game for you. It's called best means it's my new favorite game. It has thousands of fun puzzles to solve and tons of characters to collect in a time when it's easy to sit at home and zone out and put of the television. Best fiends engages and challenges my brain. Means Bright Colorful and fun. Each puzzle is unique in new levels. Get added every week, so the game never gets boring I. found myself playing best fiends lot after work as a way to unwind after a long day, every cording podcasts I just started playing recently, and I'm already up to level thirty three. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Trust me with over one hundred million downloads. This five-star rated mobile puzzle game is a must play. Download. Best veins free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best means. Through the Hustle and bustle and stresses of life, finding the path to positively as never been more crucial at the more fulfilled you feel, the more grounded you become well podcast as a wonderful new series that can help you in this quest. It's called daily quote, and it's a quick two to three minute daily podcast for you to get inspired by. Every day on daily quote, you'll be given. A quote meant to motivate uplift and renew your outlook on life. You'll also dive deeper into the context surrounding the quote learning more about its origin and the meaning behind it. They've already been so many inspirational quotes featured so far, but hands down. My favorite has been by singer Songwriter, Leonard Cohen. So whether you're starting the morning searching for that midday, pick me up or trying to finish the evening off. Strong daily quote offer some of history's most inspirational quotes whenever you need them. Three hundred sixty five days, a year followed daily quote free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story. By nineteen, forty, three forty six year, old Marcel Patu had been successfully running his murderous fly talks scheme for year with his largely clueless associates continuously feeding him victims. He took twenty five thousand Franks for every murder. He carried out. He also pocketed his victim's valuables brought with them in anticipation of their journey to a new life beyond the Nazis clutches. Chew Success was a double, edged sword, the more people who heard about him, spiriting people out of Paris the more he was able to bring in, but using the resistance as a ruse to disseminate their marketing made it more likely that the Gestapo would find out about fly talks before long, word of the new resistance operation made its way to officer Robert Yod come of the car, Lang's Jewish affairs department, the fifty nine year, old German thug was responsible for rooting out Jews in hiding and then sending them to concentration camps, news of a secret network, helping Jews and other perceived enemies of the state escaped from Paris would have alarmed dot com, undermining Nazi authority in this way was unacceptable and. Their occupation of France. He knew he had to put a stop to it. But Yawn. Come had no idea that fly talks was a scam that was responsible for the deaths of dozens of Jews if he had realized he might not have been in such a hurry to dismantle the operation. A yod come, his colleagues theorized that fly talks was creating fake Spanish passports. Their clients, criminals and other undesirables were then escaping France via Spain before heading to Argentina when he was put in charge of the investigation, yod comes first plan was to gather more information through the use of an undercover informant, rather than have a Gestapo officer poses a hopeful immigrant. He turned to a Jewish prisoner named Yvonne Dreyfus trae. Wife was told that her husband would be released in exchange for helping expose the flight talk scheme, and she had to give the Gestapo one hundred francs as well. Even though her husband was a committed resistance fighter Mrs Dre agreed to the terms in May of nineteen, forty, three fifty eight-year-old Dreyfus was released from prison, given twenty five thousand francs and sent to find fly talks under the guise of seeking escape from France. Once he had made contact, he was to report back to Yod come with names locations, and any other information he could gleam, but after he went to meet with fly, talks, representatives Yvonne Dreyfus, was never heard from again. Frustrated yod come assumed his prisoner had escaped through fly talks, or had been unmasked as a mole and executed by the resistance, whatever the reason he was more determined to infiltrate the network. His next attempt proved more successful petty thief, and newly released prisoner Charles Barada successfully made contact with talks members, and took careful notes about his interactions with them. Arrangements were made for Barada to use the fly. Talks escape route to Spain and traced banknotes were handed. Handed over as payment on, Friday may twenty-first brought a showed up to rule as barbershop as instructed by fly talks he had brought a lightweight bag and all the money he possessed, but before he could be taken to the mysterious.
"marcel" Discussed on Serial Killers
"With both key witnesses missing the case against pitch, you was much weaker, but still winnable. The trial began in late May nearly three months after his initial arrest in late June or early July. The trial was closed and he was finally convicted of a crime, forging prescriptions and overselling narcotics. He was initially ordered to pay a fine of ten thousand francs for each offense, but after appeal, this was reduced to a total of two thousand four hundred francs. This some was little more than a slap on the wrist for the wealthy Dr who'd been swindling money out of. Of, people for the past two decades, and his newest game was raking in even greater amounts. By this time, it's likely fly. Talks had already claimed its first victims. Petite associates had been working hard to get the word out about the escape route. After all, they got a cut of the payments. So the more people they recruited the more money they were paid day just had no idea they were sending people to their deaths, and it wasn't just fly talks customers who came to pitch used door. He was still offering under the table medical services as Dr Eugene. But by now pitchy you a so comfortable murdering people, but it was easier than putting in the effort to help them. Nellie Denise Hotel was newly married and pregnant. She reportedly sought out Dr Eugene in mid nineteen, forty, two in hopes of having an abortion. She went to find him at his home where she'd been told. The procedure would be performed in secret Nellie must have been nervous making your way across the city under the cover of darkness. She hurried through the streets, hoping no, it would recognize her. She didn't want to think what would happen if someone found out what she was doing. She was relieved when she made it to. To Patou's second house on Rula sewer, but that relief is one of the last things Nellie would have felt once. She entered the house. She was never seen again. Exactly what happened in La is unclear, but she definitely died by choose hand swept into the growing pile of bodies in his basement. It's believed that his preferred method of killing his fly talks. Victims was to poison them under the pretense of inoculating them for entry into South America. He injected them with cyanide then with unmasked glee he watched them die. Wants. His victims were dead. He would steal the valuables from their bodies. Then dispose of them. At first he would dismember the corpses then in the dead of night he would dump the body parts into the Seine. However, when body parts began washing ashore, they drew the attention of the police, and that was not good for business so that you rethought his operation in his basement, he dug pits into which he planned to throw the corpses of his victims. It was now that. Entangled his brother in this game he asked Maurice to have shipments of quick lime sent to his home. Quick Lime or calcium oxide was believed to speed up the decomposition of human flesh and strip it to bones. At the time it was a common crime. Novel trope Maurice Did as he was asked, but had no idea what is brother was using the chemical four now with the more secretive method of disposing of his victims, Pacheco's evil talks scam began operating at full speed. Victims were unwittingly paying twenty five thousand francs to facilitate their own murder and business was was booming. Thanks again, for tuning into serial killers, we'll be back in the next episode as Marcel. PATOU's murder business picks up speed. You can find more episodes of serial killers, and all other podcast originals for free on spotify not only does defy already have all your favorite music, but now spotify making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast originals like serial killers free from your phone, desktop or smart speaker to stream serial killers on spotify just open the APP and type serial killers in the search bar. We'll see next time have a killer week. Serial killers was created by Max Cutler and is a podcast studios. Original executive producers include Max Ron Cutler sound design by Dick Schroeder with production assistance by Ron Shapiro, Carly Madden and Travis Clark. This episode of serial killers was written by Jacob. Davison with writing assistance by Abigail Cannon and Stars Greg, Poulsen and Vanessa Richardson..
"marcel" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Having once more proven himself impervious to the law pet. You decided he would make a good mayor for Ville Sore Yon. It wasn't long after Lewis had disappeared when he declared his candidacy even with the most recent brushes with police, he was counting on his popularity and charisma to carry him through unsurprisingly PECI resume oral campaign that was less than clean in July. He hired a man to sabotage debate with his opponent. During the debate Pacheco's gume cut the buildings power. Following this, the Higher Doug set fires all over town with panicspreading, spreading and many villagers fearing for their safety pet. You promised to return bill sewer. To a place of security it wasn't until after Pacheco had won the election that he was connected to the chaos, but by then it was too late. He was the town's mayor. Feeling Invincible, he said about embezzling money from the town's resources, taking little trouble even to hide his actions. With his newfound power and rapidly expanding bank account pet, you managed to court a local young woman, and in June of nineteen twenty seven. When he was thirty, he wed twenty-three-year-old Georgette look away. She didn't always play an active role in his schemes. It seems Georgette was quite content to profit from her husband's ill deeds a year after they married, the couple welcomed a son Gerhard. The young family continued to live a happy life together in the village for the next few years, but eventually pitch used chassis dealings caught up with him that he was forced to resign from office, and yet mere months after he was ousted as mayor. He inconceivably won a seat. Seat on the city council as he had done throughout his life, Patu proved to be unequal to the challenge of living a law abiding life. He held the position for just a few months before he was once again removed from office in Nineteen thirty two, but by the time the order came through pitch, and his family had already quit the small town he had decided that better things awaited them in the nation's capital. They packed their belongings and headed for Paris. Once they arrived in the big city pet. You set up a new medical practice. He then began talking himself up across town, making himself out to be a doctor of extraordinary ability and renown pretty soon pet you prescribing his new patients with the same narcotics that he had used back in the village, he also performed abortions despite the illegality of the procedure. It's likely he was more interested in money than altruism, though he may have been satisfying the needs of some patients, not everyone under Marcel had use care was in good hands in nineteen, thirty four. He treated Raymond ONS for an abscess in her mouth. The procedure was relatively straightforward and. And Marcel dropped the thirty year old at home once it was complete, remote was unconscious when she arrived at her mother's home. Unfortunately, she would never wake up just as later she slipped into a coma and died. Raymond's mother demanded an autopsy. Find the truth about her daughter's death upon finding high levels of morphine and Raymond's system, the coroner recommended a full investigation, but police opted to close the case without looking into it any further pitch. You was investigated the following year after he was flagged for describing narcotics, but as he proved time and again pet, you had a talent for a slipping out of tight situations. He escaped prosecution again. Even as police investigated him. Dr Patou remained an immensely popular physician in the community. He was sought after thanks to his charisma and innate charm. This charm helped him secure. The position met Sunday task villa. This meant that he was responsible for signing the death. Certificates for people brought into the city's morgues. It comes as no surprise that Patou saw this new position as another opportunity to enrich himself. He stole valuables from the corpses, and sometimes burglarized the homes of the dead. It seems that pet Q was asked. The doctor had suggested earlier incapable of controlling his KLEPTOMANIAC. On one occasion, police officer caught him stealing book from a store, instead of replacing the book and walking away Marcell physically assaulted the officer in the commotion. He made a hasty escape here. We can see Patou's KLEPTOMANIAC causing havoc in his life, although he was wealthy, enough to simply purchase any books he wanted. His condition dictated that he take it. People with KLEPTOMANIAC are not known for stealing items of significant value. Typically, the stolen goods are discarded or given away soon after the Act, the compulsion is to steal not to have. In a nineteen ninety-seven article from forensic science, international researchers found that kleptomaniacs often feel significant amounts of tension in the moments right before they steal. This tension is eased by an intense feeling of relief in the immediate aftermath of taking the item. It's possible that Patios lifelong KLEPTOMANIAC exacerbated his relationship with criminal behaviors. The high he experienced after breaking some kind of or taboo may have replicated the one. He felt when he stole. Despite any joy, the theft of the book may have given him. It seemed that this run in with the police spooked Marcel. A couple of days after the altercation, he turned himself in pleading for mercy. He relied on his documented history of mental illness to explain away his actions. was acquitted of the charges against him, but order to check into a psychiatric hospital as soon as he was admitted. However, Patu demanded he be released. He insisted he had already been cured of any mental instability. The doctor assigned to his case declared Patou be chronically unbalanced, but agreed to release him from the hospital in February of Nineteen thirty seven for the next few years. Patou seem to have kept a fairly low profile, perhaps his forced stay. Stay at the hospital had made him fearful of what repercussions as actions might bring. That said he was a long way from model citizen between nineteen, thirty, seven and nineteen forty. He avoided paying taxes by reporting less than ten percent of his earnings. This tax evasion might have been noticed sooner. Had it not been for the outbreak of World War? Two Germany invaded Poland in September of nineteen, thirty nine, and before long forces marched all.
"marcel" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Now with one hundred percent more shell shock today we know shell shock as post, traumatic stress, disorder, or PTSD the condition is brought on by experiencing or witnessing traumatic events like war, terrorist attacks or physical violence, people who suffer from PTSD often relive these events are plagued by disturbing unwanted thoughts and feel unbidden waves of sadness, fear or anger. They're also frequently detached from those around them. If Patio did indeed suffer from this condition, he would have been just one in tens of thousands of soldiers affected. Along with this less understood condition, he was also diagnosed as a KLEPTOMANIAC. The psychiatrist argued that Marcel could not physically stop himself from stealing. In spite of these diagnoses. He was returned to the battlefield once more. However, pe e didn't last long. He was soon sent home after being injured in battle again. Though it's possible. He expedited his own exit with a self, inflicted gunshot or a grenade wound to his foot, while it's unclear from records exactly what caused PICCI's return. It's more than likely. He had suffered from some kind of mental breakdown brought on by the trauma of the front lines either way upon pitch US return home, the military recommended he be committed to a psychiatric asylum, but patio leveraged the latest diagnosis to obtain a disability pension, and never saw the inside of the institution with no money troubles to speak of. He was free to do as he pleased. He turned his attention to finding a vocation. The French government had set up an accelerated education program for return veterans, a scheme intended to help them find new roles. Following the war, Pacheco enrolled in the program then after only eight months completed the classroom portion of his medical education in an ironic twist Patu intern at a psychiatric hospital in ev Ru. It was here that he eventually earned his medical degree in nineteen, twenty one when he was twenty four go credited Dr. he moved to the client village of Bill Nub. Nub Sewer, young as town physician, he found himself in a position of tantalizing power. Anti said about making the most of it starting with the unfettered access to narcotics, he quickly became addicted, and would reportedly remain that way for the rest of his life. He also encouraged addiction in his patients by prescribing them heavy doses of those same drugs, and though he was sure to charge the villagers for their generous prescriptions, he also applied for lucrative government assistance for his services pet. Pet you lead a double life in the small village for a number of years outwardly. He was a popular successful doctor. He used his natural gifts to keep its patients happy, but he was also something of a menace. He caused car accidents with his reckless driving continue to run his double billing scam and allowed his Kleptomaniac to control his actions when visiting pet you. Even his own brother Maurice had to check his pockets to make sure nothing had been taken despite these. These erotic reckless behaviors patio enjoyed his status as the well liked local doctor. One of his patients was an elderly woman named Madame Flurry. The Madam had a daughter named Louise who caught pitches I in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six, the two began a secretive affair, but in a small town gossip spread fast, it seemed everyone in town knew about the relationship eventually pet. You must have grown tired of Louise, but instead of simply breaking things off. It seems he had. Ideas. Up Next pet US relationship with louise comes to a mysterious end. Puzzles as much as I do it, so I have a great mobile puzzle game for you. It's called best means it's my new favorite game. It has thousands of fun puzzles to solve and tons of characters to collect in a time when it's easy to sit at home and zone out and put of the television. Best fiends engages and challenges. My brain best means bright, colorful and fun. Each puzzle is unique in new levels. Get added every week, so the game never gets boring I found myself playing best fiends a lot after work as a way to unwind after a long day, every courting podcasts I just started playing recently and I'm already up to level thirty three. Engage, your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters. Trust me with over one hundred million downloads. This five-star rated mobile puzzle game is a must play. Download best beans free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best means. Through the Hustle and bustle in stresses of life, finding the path to positively has never been more crucial at the more fulfilled you feel the more grounded you become well. PODCAST has a wonderful new series that can help you in this quest. It's called daily quote, and it's a quick two to three minute daily podcast for you to get inspired by. Every day! I'm daily quote. You'll be given a quote. Mental motivate of lift and renew your outlook on life. You'll also dive deeper into the context surrounding the quote learning more about its origin and the meaning behind. There have already been so many inspirational quotes featured so far, but hands down. My favorite has been by singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen. So whether you're jumpstarting the morning searching for that midday, pick me up or trying to finish the evening off. Strong daily quote offer some of history's most inspirational quotes whenever you need them. Three hundred sixty five days, a year followed daily quote free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Now back to the story. In Nineteen, twenty, six, twenty nine year old Marcel Pichu was enjoying life as the doctor in a small French village. What he was less pleased with was his relationship with Louis Flurry, but he didn't seem content to simply break up with his girlfriend around this time, someone broke into the flurry home and set it on fire, although patio was a clear suspect. Suspect. That was no physical evidence linking him to the crime. Then in May that same year Lewis Vanished police were called in to investigate the disappearance and spoke with her neighbors. Witnesses reported seeing Marcel loading a large trunk into his car around the same time Louise went missing, but once again there was no physical evidence to tie the doctor to the current. Lewis was declared a runaway, and it was never seen again a short while after Louise disappeared a trunk was pulled out of the nearby. Yon, river inside was a gruesome discovery human remains. It was definitely a woman, but her head was missing. Many locals were now convinced that pet you had killed louise, but still the local police declined to investigate. There was a lack of physical evidence. That was announced the cases of the body in the trunk and the missing woman went cold..
"marcel" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Nick Wilson of Wilson and Marcel on WFNZ hosted the virtual draft party last night their initial reactions what grade are you giving the Panthers pick of Derek brown I'm about a little more than half an a or a B. about forty percent says about sixty percent either an a or B. about to forty percent giving it a C. or a D. and a few people who have used in F. towards me I don't know if that's the greater what they think of me personally but to make way to run the wound to rub salt in the wound of Carolina Panthers fans Isaiah Simmons goes one pick later to the Arizona Cardinals and there is a visceral reaction amongst a could be a minority could be a majority of Panthers fans disappointed right now that idea Simmons goes one pick later and the idea of of Derek brown as a safe pick and I think that's something we talked about I I generally think of the NFL draft I think that safe picks have there have their place I don't know what year one I don't know that I would have chosen Derek brown over trading down but I think the thing that makes me sad I do think there brown's gonna be a really nice NFL player I just don't know he's going to be a superstar he's certainly not going to be Aaron Donald one of the smaller quicker interior pass rushers he's going to be a guy who is a good blend of pass rush and actual rush run stopper again it's not going to be sixty sixty picking when we look back on in five years it's still probably not going to be a sexy pic if you look at some of his pass rushing metrics in college pro football focus compared them in the same range is guys legends like Andrew Billings Sheldon day Earl Mitchell Kendall radius it's it's not exactly a who's who of of interior pass rushers now listen that's I'm being a little bit you know tongue in cheek there he's a better player than those guys but look in college he didn't produce as a pass rusher the level that you would want to see a guy that you're taking it seven dot that would be my concern on the other hand do you still need to stop the run yeah I mean you do need guidance out there on I don't think you need image seven but you need a guy a defensive tackle they don't have a body there they lose their McCoy they lose poll only have is K. K. sure KK sorts not a long term peace for this franchise he's gonna be out the door in a couple of years maybe even as soon as next season so the Panthers get a guy did they can plug into a spot where they know they need bodies did they absolutely need a body at linebacker for next year no this is where it comes back to sometimes teams over thinking it and focusing on the way the roster looks right now instead of the way the roster is probably gonna look two or three years from now the Jacksonville Jaguars in the poster child of this they've drafted for need for year after year and it's gotten them know where instead of just taking the best players and figuring it out along the way so listen welcome to Charlotte brown I think is going to be a good productive player the Panthers got a very good football player I can't believe that they passed up on Isaiah Simmons and to see him go one pick later this feels like the Charlotte Hornets all over again this is kind of the story in the Charlotte Hornets for the last ten years to pick the productive college player pool it was the safe pick and everybody knows his name plate on a blue blood school the the Cody sellers in the world right the only monster Michael Kidd Gilchrist and then one pick later there goes Bradley Beal there goes Donovan Mitchell there goes Devin Booker there goes all those guys that end up becoming superstars and a little nervous that that might happen here Caroline I think guys is Simmons is died but they didn't get a good player I don't think that they wished on this pick my initial gut reaction is he'll be a good fit here in Carolina just not the best best pick they could make.
Coronavirus In Colorado: ER Doctor Says Hospital Supplies Being Rationed, 'We Are Not Prepared'
"First I want to talk about a story that I think is extremely important to us all and it's a concern regarding medical equipment and its availability at hospitals around the country CBS four out of Denver is reporting that corona virus in Colorado E. R. doctor says hospital supplies being rationed we are not prepared Dr Jane Jennifer a Denver based emergency room physician warned on Wednesday of area hospitals already rationing vital medical equipment for health care workers items like face masks surgical gowns gloves she also said those things and others were already part of a significant shortage that threatens the health of doctors and nurses and would eventually impact hospital patients how far is the rationing one nurse at a major hospital in Colorado said that she was given one single mask for an entire day regardless of the number of patients that she would ultimately encounter what's it like here what we concerns are there locally when it comes to the emergency rooms and preparedness we turned to Dr Tom Brophy board certified emergency medicine physician is joining us on the disk institute of Pittsburgh news line in Dr I'm guessing that what I just read is not the first time you've heard of concerns like this that's absolutely correct Sir this is Ben has a major major concern for most people in there on the critical care side of things then we just lost Dr Brophy John do me a favor and call him back and see if you're able to get him doctor Tom Brophy once again board certified emergency medicine physician couple of quotes here from the story from CBS Denver we as health care providers if we get sick Anna removed from the work force due to exposure or actually being sick what happens to the work force good question that doctor broke for you there yes sorry about no that's okay it shouldn't happen again this has been a concern for most of my colleagues and I have myself and anybody really in that acute care setting but as as you know Sir I I work in the hospitals as a as a locum physician I travel around and work in various different health systems and various different emergency departments and then on the other side I older some outpatient treatment facilities and and I can tell you that we are experiencing that shortage actively right now in the outpatient setting and in fact I have been unable to get masks for my employees for about a week because R. around a week ago people started hoarding them even our normal supply lines of dried up because everybody's trying to get their hands on you know some form of protection here is a very powerful provider you know you have individuals sitting at their homes who are ordering you know hundreds of mass of the time and and was something that was already on short supply you know prior to any of this corona virus stuff that's going on so now the emergency department right now I'm gonna keep we we we have the equipment that we need to protect ourselves and protect our patients but this is a very basic question mark you know as to how long those supplies are gonna last and and you know how quickly we're going to go through the that's the whole idea behind flattening that curves on the epidemiology side of things slow down the influx of patients around so that we would have enough equipment but you know you mentioned that the doctor that was wearing a mask for an entire day I just got off the phone with a colleague and and she worked at a facility where she had to wear the same bass for five days in a row an N. ninety five you know respirator mask providing good protection and she was told we can't replace this mask for you with another one until this one gets soil and it's like what the spoiled me you know does that have to be soiled with feces and urine to replace or or is getting spoiled with you know respiratory secretions from people coughing and sneezing in the emergency department is back not quite enough you know the the way to really high get aggressive with with with managing this virus you all of the people on that first line of defense of that there are ER physician can ER nurses are here because I feel like you are so and there are reports coming out of other countries you know like China and Italy where many of those people have had bad outcomes they've ended up in the ICU themselves and and and some physicians and nurses have died as a result of that so it's not just one of those things where you know people are are you know speaking up on their soapbox about their specific concern it it's a nationwide problem instances of such an unprecedented event we don't know exactly how this is gonna go you know that there are so many new sort of hallmark things about this virus number one you know the Copa nineteen virus it's been around the net and the avian species you know for a while as far as like birds and bats and things like that but this this human to human transmission while that was very common for various other forms of the corona virus and and organisms in a coronavirus family it's the first time that this virus has acquired the ability to from humans to humans easily and when you combine that with the fact that so many people have have mild or no symptoms it's sort of a recipe for disaster because those people are are unknowingly spreading the virus to their family members and we don't have great ways of testing large amounts of people rapidly to see who is at risk of doing exactly that the doctor let's go back to the supplies and they shorted you talk about people who are hoarding these things that don't necessarily need them are there more protective measures that are taken with covert nineteen at the hospital emergency room level as compared to the protective measures that are rather extensive already that there is that people are taking and the medical field for other infectious diseases so that's a great question and when it comes to infectious diseases you know they're they're they're handled very differently depending on how are they spread you know how easily transmissible is that for instance you you may have experience or at least that many of your listeners have you know when you go into some hospitals in and you're going to see a specific patient sometimes they'll have you put on that yellow gowned up that disposable paper thin yellow gown and and a mask before you're even allowed to walk into that room and and visit that patient needs are all containment measures you know that every hospital has a place to limit the spread of infections and and and that includes not only infections like influenza seasonal type infections but instead it includes things like Marcel you know and and and C. diff colitis you know when the when a patient is diagnosed with one of those things and and you you should try and contain it so that it's not spread to other patients within the hospital portent to have those barrier precautions and and and those contractors in place and the and I think that one of the big concerns with having every hospital employee and every health care provider counting up slowly meaning putting on those those rubber I'm sorry does those yellow paper gals I'm done putting on some nitrile gloves and and and you know having a a face mask on you know ideally every patient you would you would get held up you would see that patient you would then remove that disposable contact barrier precautions loading and and then you would go you would wash your hands you would you would do your documentation and then the next patient you would down up again now with the volume of patients that we see in the emergency department there won't there would not be enough supplies to allow that you know you too you would have to have every physician doing it every nurse doing it every nurses day doing it every medical packed it everybody that walked into the room including even family members and visitors would have to you know don all of that equipment to prevent the spread outside of that room and and well with things like influenza we typically don't get that aggressive offers for these respiratory viruses because we know that they're spread through microscopic respiratory droplets and and we know that there are other things that are very effective at preventing spread you know you you've you've talked a lot about you know some of those things hand washing staying six feet away from other people a lot of the stuff that's getting circulated as far as social and things like that the reason why those things are being put out there it is because we know in the medical community that that reduces your rest so the question then becomes like how aggressive the you get in reducing each person's arrest and is there enough equipment to actually allow us to do that and and that's the big concern with this code but buyers it's just like how we won't have enough ICU beds and ventilators anak machines we don't have enough contact barrier precautions to fully protect people you know that the way that we would like to and and this is not a specific hospital or specific health system it's that this is happening everywhere and and I can tell you that confidence because I I travel around all these different places and everybody's facing the same issue which explains why it is that hospitals are not wanting you to do is show up in an emergency room and first and let them know ahead of time go through your primary care physician if you happen to have one first and then I'm imagining that if you have a nurse or a doctor that is found and to be infected with covert nineteen you then have to do a back track to every other doctor that they've encountered every other respiratory therapist in any other aid support staff and then have to then isolate all of those individuals working to in order to ensure that there isn't a spread and then wouldn't that have a major depletion affecting any hospital staff yeah absolutely and and the problem goes even deeper than that because we already have a shortage of doctors and nurses and hospital beds before any of that stuff came along with the corona box now is you can imagine that the big fear for me it's a big year for a lot of my colleagues L. I I'm I I just left the clinic a little while ago I'm on my way to to some hospitals where I'll be working in the emergency department for the next four days you know during twelve hour shifts and I and I imagine in my head that it's going to be quite chaotic because the people that are working at those facilities now are telling me in order to better serve it but it's already chaotic but the the concern he know that we all have is what if we as as providers are developing those simple but pasta fever you know it in Italy they got to the point where so many people were infected including their doctors the nurses the doctors the nurses just had to show up in keeping patients because when you remove them from the equation all the situation is just going to get worse no you're not gonna have enough people to feed the incoming influx of patients but I'm I'm very glad that you mentioned about the emergency department because people really need to be aware of you know what when is it appropriate to go to the emergency department coming in for testing just because people are concerned that they have covert nineteen that not only is that not an appropriate place to go to get testing for that but you're just going to not only waste your time but possibly expose yourself to somebody who does have coverage like if people are having mild symptoms a low grade fever cough runny nose congestion but it's manageable feel like you but they they've got a cold bug those people should be trying to manage the symptoms at home they should be in touch with their primary care doctor and in that in that
Russell Westbrook on ejection: I'm always the bad guy
"Russell. Westbrook Edna eventful night against those warriors. The good twenty one points at ten assists in the win the bad westbrook was ejected after receiving second technical foul in the fourth quarter. Here he is after the game stopped me guy but if you watch the clip obviously I hit. Lebron wasn't on purpose of I'M GONNA Glassy. Got Hit he says to me I said something to him. Standing there guy comes to national ball in my hand. You guys can run up to me. I didn't move but I'm always the one that gets payment bad guy in the whole situation. I just think it's unfair after all that. I'm only when I get kicked out. That's not fair. I don't care what nobody says. there's so many other people involved in doing so many things that weren't okay What I'm the one. That gets the tech jacket in everybody else's Congo supplied. All like I said I I take responsibility for the whole Marcel. To Heighten West. Goes hard every night? You GotTa Love. It's hard but stephen this point he's got a league-high thirteen tax. Are you concerned about him? Comply off times. I'm concerned about them. Here's a reality situation. I'm not concerned about him. From the standpoint of he is real and authentic as he is against West West but doesn't have a phoney bone in his body and he goes after it. But here's the problem Max Kellerman since Kevin Durant left Oklahoma City Russell. Westbrook hasn't been out of the first round. There's been out of first round. Not only that. He hasn't even shot forty percent from the field in the postseason the last three years. And when you look at Houston and what is expected of them right now. He's averaging twenty seven seven and seven. He's been an absolute monarch. He's been he's been sensational about it. But Max he's only shooting twenty four percent for three point range. When playoff Tom Arrives? They slow the game down. Defense is gift back. They don't give up anything to audit will give too much rather in the open court stonehouse some way. They're going to force you to take perimeter south now Russell. Westbrook is going to get his somehow some way but is it going to be through the high volume variety. That doesn't necessarily work. Come post-season Tom. You're going to have to elevate your level of efficiency. And if you don't do that plus your temperamental and it gets physical. He clearly is strong enough. Big enough he can be a bully when he wants to be. Because you got a lot of cats that scare him because he is Hiroshi but in the end that can work against you come playoff time particularly against some of the bigger names. He'll need to be careful.
What types of leaders do employees follow?
"WanNa talk about an article that I recently read on Inc Dot Com. It's called ten signs. Your boss is a great manager and in parentheses. And you shouldn't leave your job and it's written by Marcel Seanez. I really liked this article and it kind of highlights some things that I feel strongly about in regards to building culture. The questions question he asks is what type of leaders and managers do employs enthusiastically. Follow the first thing. They follow leaders. WHO ARE NOT AFRAID TO BE WRONG. Chris and I constantly talk about making mistakes admitted mistakes and also making sure that in some instances you broadcast publicize your mistakes. That's really important in making they can in environment and the culture where people know that it's okay to take risks and sometimes make mistakes as long as you can meet the. You're wrong number two. They follow leaders. Who listened way more more than they speak again. We've discussed this and being the last person in the room to say something especially during meetings that way. Your team can not only share their ideas. He is but you also get an opportunity to assess how they're getting to certain points and how they work together collectively as a team before you influence the conversation as leader number the three they follow leaders who avoid the spotlight in. Shine it on others. It does feel good to get recognition from time to time but as a leader. If you value your people. Can you measure success by seeing their success. It's relatively easy to do. Step aside and let your people take all the shied number four. They follow leaders. Who are not afraid to ask for help again. This toxic humility and it really shows something when you're a leader in your role modeling the fact that you don't know everything you don't have all the answers there's and you willing to ask for help at all levels of the organization including those people that report to you number five. They follow leaders. Who Don't put down other people as pretty simple and pretty self explanatory. If you create negatively or you're constantly putting down other people that will cascade through your culture in your environment and many times you people will wonder if you say the same things about them when they're not around number six. They all leaders who own their mistakes similar to the first thing that I talked about. But it's very very important. Admit mistakes sakes own them number seven. They follow leaders who seek wisdom from others. I did an episode not too long ago about mentors and about the importance of mentors on and not only that you have mentors that you share the fact that you have mentors in you share some of the lessons that you've learned from them and some of the conversations you've had with them with your people number eight. They follow leaders. WHO intentionally seek to build trust with others intentionally seek to build trust that means you are proactively having relationships and talking to the people about what's important to them so that you can support that and in doing so you will bill trust number nine. They follow leaders who make their employees feel like business partners nurse being collaborative empowering people is more than just words. It's actually done by your behaviors and including them in dialogue conversations that make strategies he's that can be implemented to drive your business and finally number ten they follow leaders who reward and recognize those who fight alongside them that elements of recognition mission is critical and making sure that people understand that the loyalty and the Camaraderie built as a team as a leader being out there with them shoulder and hip to hip is critical to building those types of relationships where people will follow you for any reasons and they believe in the division and they want everybody to be
"marcel" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Marcel is also Oklahoma Marcel Hey thanks for taking my call you back sure what's going on sh well I listen to your show all of the time and a few weeks ago I was listening but I didn't have were on hand to write it down because I was drive each and one of the questions was the gentleman that has a photography business I believe he said sh that he had moved to a location and different very he was trying to find out how you're gonna get a business growing and more clientele she also had other services that he provided and wanted to know how he could get that out there as well and you mention and maybe an on line directory I guess what I remember about it your worst on hold yeah there's a couple of things that day your brother can you know where's your brother live he is actually in Nashville okay so because she's a great town especially for photographers Jeez that's fabulous and what a great sister you are you are fabulous and thank you for all your kind words okay so here's the deal if he's a photographer there are different places that you can set yourself up for gigs as well as style current photographs I think he's got a whole bunch that are just fabulous already right then he you just made does the recall edit Yang and videography and broadcasting so he's the talent of the family he was trying to get his name out there and you know how it started that's always hard you know that's for social media really can help to just start getting some promotions and things but here's a couple of things that you might wanna think about websites like art dot com image kind and fine art America those are three sites where people go to buy art and then art is usually photographs or water colors or something that was that were generated by somebody else just this past week I I needed to put some photos into a V. R. B. O. or some art into some BR videos and I actually went to our dot com and I bought six or seven prints photographs and have them put on campus and then at the bottom of the print actually has a copyright with the artist name the photographer's name and so the whole idea is that he can upload his work and make money in his sleep okay so we have to sit there and so again it's image kind fine art America and art dot com then there are other things that he can do in order to get more gigs and that's like to sign up for places like freelance or like for example there's fiber dot com but if you're any has this whole portfolio which it sounds like he does especially in national I can only imagine the fabulous pictures that he has such a wonderful town is that he can go to these various websites and then submit some of the samples and and if he is half as good as what you say because you're over his big champion is going to be he's gonna be one of their top selling artists of all time thank you are self again for all your kind words come right back it takes phishing scam is spreading like crazy I'll tell you all about it so you can avoid it not be taken you're.
New antibiotics needed "yesterday" to fight drug-resistant infections
"The CDC says drug resistant infections kill more than thirty five thousand people a year and new antibiotics are needed but not enough for in the development pipeline the number of deaths is actually down but there are more super bugs that resist antibiotics in Jacksonville Florida rock Santa center it's fifteen year old son freight died after an infection known as Mercer antibiotics to warrant taking the Marcel way tufts Medical Center infectious diseases chief doctor Helen Boucher we need more options for our patients yesterday are now the big drug companies of left and I biotic development to smaller ones because of the expense para taxi Evan Los as providers don't seem that interested
No. 7 Maryland gets defensive in 80-50 rout of Oakland
"Carol Marcel had twelve of his fourteen points in the second half to help lead seven Frank Maryland to an eighty to fifty win over Oakland the terms broke open a close game with an eleven run to end the first half and then cruised in the second half Anthony callin chipped in with eleven while Aaron Wiggins had ten including a three point shot to and the first half more cell in the terms are off two or three and start we love the the pressure of being the number seven team in the country and we just embrace it we know we're talented but it's just about execution and just come in ready to play every single day save your hill maze lead the golden Grizzlies with eighteen points Oakland falls the three into Craig heist College Park Maryland
New antibiotics needed "yesterday" to fight drug-resistant infections
"The CDC says drug resistant infections kill more than thirty five thousand people a year new antibiotics are needed but not enough for in the development pipeline we're live this morning with CBS is Peter king Steve deaths are actually down but there are more super bugs that resist antibiotics in Jacksonville Florida rock Santa Sutter it's fifteen year old son fray died after infection known as Mercer antibiotics to warrant taking the Marcel way tufts Medical Center infectious diseases chief doctor Helen Boucher we need more options for our patients yesterday are now but the problem is many big drug makers of left to antibiotic development just smaller ones because of the expense para taxi io Evans low says there's another problem hairs and hospice of said
New antibiotics needed "yesterday" to fight drug-resistant infections
"In the CDC reports drug resistant infections are killing thirty five thousand people a year and we need new antibiotics here CBS news correspondent Peter king the number of deaths is actually down but there are more super bugs that resist antibiotics in Jacksonville Florida rocks and it's under it's fifteen year old son freight died after an infection known as Mercer antibiotics to warrant taking the Marcel way tufts Medical Center infectious diseases chief doctor Helen Boucher we need more options for our patients yesterday are now the big drug companies of left and I biotic development to smaller ones because of the expense power taxi Evan Los as providers don't seem that interested hairs and hospice of said you know
Kenyan Runners Dominate in N.Y.C. Marathon
"Great runners whether Sunday for the New York City marathon ten ten when sports director markedet recaps the action this may be the New York City marathon but it should be a national holiday in canyon because canyons finished one two in the men's and women's races that hadn't happened since two thousand three Jeffrey Campbell won the men's race for the second time in three years he beat out countrymen Albert gore rear by twenty three seconds and Jocelyn Jeff cascaded thrown the defending women's champ mereka teddy by almost a minute meanwhile both wheelchair champions able to repeat American Daniel woman just just edged out Marcel who've before Manuela shards Switzerland made it a three peat as she rolled home nearly four minutes in front of touch on a McFadden marker day ten ten wins at the finish line in
Inaugural Black Fine Art Month
"Cannon Patricia welcome to the show hello good morning is good to be here with you dear always when we talk about. black fine art are we drawing a distinction between you know the plethora of black art that's out there. definitely. when we talk about black fine are we are talking about the creators thank you you're very familiar with the arts and there are artists who have been making giving their sweat their tears to making beautiful artwork and this whole celebration is about up lifting those are there and putting their work out there it it is very much a distinction between you know going and buying a poster are going to buy you know some other types of art but these are creative who have given their blood sweat and tears to make them feel all art and we want to recognize them we want to celebrate them and we gonna let them during this month yeah you doing this over at the do Saba museum and you have a fantastic line up what we talk about it I know that this past Thursday you had the projects sixteen nineteen to twenty nineteen of course a Chicago perspective and then next Thursday do you have Chicago's black arts movement talk to me about that yeah well the one thing we realized when we went down this road of of doing a recognition of black art with that Chicago has a tremendous history in the art some of the movement that came out of your work boxy ban on the black arts movement after a cobra the WPA have a great put hold here the put that PPL all across the country but the artists that came out of Chicago where some of the the premier artist of the WPA without that community arts center was founded here and it's still going after eighty year so there is a very substantial art history here and when we even commented today we look at from the pre near artists in the country like your agent Marcel group ran late the after gate our nic cage coming out of Chicago so we thought this is an appropriate place for it to launch but for it to go out. to the world so this is this is from coming from Chicago but it is about embracing placard across the world now I mentioned that on October tenth from six to eight PM is going to be Chicago's black arts movement then on Saturday October nineteenth from two to four PM is black card in public spaces what can we expect over to do Szabo during that particular lecture. well first off I want to make a give a big shout out to armor and that he meant that the Bible or in breaking up we went in to talk to them about that they said this is something we we can get behind and that that's exactly what they've done so when we talk about the one in public face it again you don't think about the movement that came here the muralist movement that bill Walker yeah. either way it kicked off in spread across the world they've learned from Diego Rivera out of Spain out about Mexico and I'm sorry yeah they brought that here to Chicago and then it spread to the world so we want to talk about the art in public spaces remind static is an amazing mural let's do that been doing work here in Chicago for many years that you know early in that when he was a young man he got arrested for attacking. and that is recognized internationally. so again Chicago it's such a epicenters sold so many wonderful things came out of here so we didn't want to recognize the outdoor art as well we experience that every time we drive through the neighborhood to particular about neighborhoods of color we you see these great murals whether it's in Pilson whether it's on the west side or the south side you see all these great murals that you know depict heroes in the community. right and it started right here with the wall of respective forty seventh in Langley and there have been books written about that happening fifty years ago so it just reinforces what we're saying is that there is a wonderful energy and excitement in Chicago around black fine already we just want to recognize that we want to celebrate it and we want to do amazing program that
"marcel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Right war cried approach and motivation. Is everything here those two stages. He won in the netherlands jiro. Do you have any memories of those days. Oh yeah i have <hes> look so easy every time like really nail it with a legal but he did his own thing and rome one from far behind so so that was always his dranked because he could find find himself also without the little train also when it was hectic here he found the gap kissel allow beginning to open up his sprint. He hits the big job and goes. What could he do to the best of the rest of the reactive position but don't test kloss delivered mic number seven of the season for boscell kit lease-back your legitimate italia after two years years about since ninety s to live at the first opportunity at that time he was mentally so strong can <hes> confidence that makes a lot of things easier in invention also he had that name and everybody gave him space so easier. I think what struck me in my limited dealings dealings with marcel kissel the most was his civility some we'll talk about has charisma and but that implies something a bit loftier and grandchildren they're on no-doubt he he does have charisma to but he always seemed to me through respectful and polite i saw other jiro when it started in belfast in two thousand fourteen and he won both road stages there in belfast and dublin it was raining and cold and pretty miserable and kissel would be sasha ushered into these press rooms to give his press conferences and you could see his decency in the way that he treated the volunteers naylor local people who are working on the race and after his infused finished the way that he would stop for photographs and autographs despite it being cold and wet he seemed to have all the time in the world for people and also someone who took his responsibilities as a professional cyclist moreover a german professional cyclist very seriously. I went into him in cop where stage two of this year's vuelta finish a few years ago just after he joined quickstep ah we sat down to do the interview he into an apple and immediately apologized because he knew that i was doing the podcast and so he insisted on his apple to the site to finish it later she did an interview by some of the behind the scenes lobbying he done with john danton cole to get german television by the tour de france the conversations and meetings with executives there after they boycotted the tour following the yahel eric doping scandal on the t. mobile doping scandals and so i i really think that leaves the sport as a writer if cycling germany how many has regained some luster some credibility and respect i think it was a lot to get not so much what did on the bike but the way that he conducts himself and communicate indicate the dolphin sprinting is unique discipline in cycling really because the accolade of the best sprinter in the world is a bit like the heavyweight boxing in crowns in boxing there several hours held by different organizations and so at any one time several people claim to be the best and it similar in cycling because because the sprinters can win at the zero in the welte but it's really only at the tour of france when they all go head-to-head in their best form that we get to see who is the best sprinter every now and again somebody comes along to unify those titles if you like and stand head and shoulders above the rest in the last two to three decades mario approach alenia <unk> comedy show two names immediately spring to mind when i'm considering the undisputed fastest man in the world title for a couple of years in twenty not sixteen and twenty seventeen marshall kittle could probably of made a justifiable claim to that title.
"marcel" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"One from racing you retired early you can tell him and more to life than just racing bike wanting. <hes> did me a pleasure that i read that he wanted to study again and that's a very smartly i think all the writers who should go to to study again but virtually no not too much <hes> do it and then they lose a little bit <hes> array and then the normal life era by the sighting podcast in association with handscroll showers and taps the thing is important for all the people in the world shower high in peter saigon name writing for bronze grow a team for sure after the raise zero graying everybody to do to shower because <hes> sweat and <hes> stink after race and <hes> you can just refresh yourself and and <hes> to get begging condition for sure he have in the bus three showers and is going pretty well and pretty fast a a in and out in and out in hans course hours oh yeah for sure with hans grandma showers and taps doc the australian rider with education. I it's got his own podcast. It's called a life in the peleton and a couple of years ago. He interviewed kittle over a year. Dr kibble had been teammates just for one year skill shimon back in twenty eleven but it's clear that the german and left an impression on daca and they remained friends to this day only teammates for actually only young indians pains awards but we just seem to really love his character and i guess he had the same feeling for me and we stayed friends throughout that period and actually the author often we lifted saints we just stayed in contact and i always hope that i'd get a chance to rice with them again. Just because i really loved these nightjar and i was very appreciative in very humble about anything that he did <hes> and the wii sprinted and just very non-aggressive gossard just a fantastic team aydin <hes> are going on with a more than attain autism mike so year we citing conduct jesus speaking during quite a bit this year just about that next that next step and all his actually really really happy that he was able to make that decision himself. You know it takes a lot of courage to do that because a lot of people just go. You know walk not loving it but i've got nothing else to do so i'm just gonna push on and he's not loving it. I recognize that i'm gonna maybe call bit of ridicule for this but this decision i wanna make so. I really really respect that. He's now in a happy place. He's decision. We're not thinking about his character. Just sort of like i think the winners wins in general enroll that very cutthroat sort of mentality you know like kill be killed talk. I wouldn't say i never saw that in myself but he just was like august say just a really lovely how mu person and maybe that mentality ended up getting to him and that's necessarily auto show but i'm just seeing like he was a lovely love. He's a lovely person and in order to sort of eighty two cops right and just don't really care about anyone else there and just go. You know what i'm number one off go to do it so maybe he's naw. Slider was the the undoing and if fester on doing then that's an odd thing. Actually i learned his confidence how important it is to believe in yourself because when you're convinced that teammates just they just drop you in the last kilometer and you will find your way you actually do. It's i cannot explain explain it anymore. It's just a feeling it's just maybe maybe a view that you have on that final in no way so you have to go you will see what is happening and that's actually what happened. Also there. I mean everyone was super. Monte waited after the first one team really believed in me in me and i took really that energy out of out of that belief. I believe walk into it so i can do it and for me. It's it was incredible to back to to start my career. As a professional. I didn't expect.
"marcel" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show
"I don't see a whole lot of scenarios in which he's a productive runner and the bills are still a bad team. I if you know if he's playing well if he's running well in that run game can complement and opened things up for the passing game like it's wants to do that. Means the bills are probably going to be in a position to make the playoffs which would mean trading productive player in the middle of the playoff offline and i don't know i don't think that's i don't think that that's something i don't think that's something brandon being do <hes> now if he's productive in the team is bad or the teams just outright that and they think they can get some capital for him then. I think they'll do it but <hes> i wouldn't. If i'm a bills span i probably wouldn't hold my breath waiting for that to happen <hes> and <hes> he did come out and say the other day that you know two teams had tried to trade for for him in the past and he still you know he's still in instill in buffalo but <hes> i don't. I don't know how seriously sleep. I don't even know how seriously i take those comments because i mean i i i i can call up in <hes> bill gates for one hundred million dollars that means i tried to get on. It doesn't mean he's interested in giving it to me. That's okay. I got picked up the grain assault. I would expect i'd expect with john. Mcwethy play season in buffalo only back with marcel in a moment talk more about the bills but first guys..
"marcel" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Going to believe this but we've got French Montana Marcel singing Blue Moon the Pella yeah you know you know you know there you know role.
Cleveland, Tampa Bay Buccaneers And Gerald Mccoy discussed on Schopp and Bulldog
"Is what happens to departing Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive lineman Gerald McCoy. He visited with Cleveland today. There was a report that he's also headed to the ravens now for a visit and Joe found that if he were to sign with Cleveland, they become the fourth team in NFL history to enter a season with four pro bowlers or ex pro bowlers on their defensive line. That would be the Jaguars from last year, including Marcel Darius. I assume Dallas in one thousand nine hundred eighty three the Rams in nineteen eighty young blood. Dryer, Fred dryer? Right. Who
Philadelphia can exclude foster agency that won't work with same-sex couples
"Philadelphia's prevailed, and it's legal dispute with Catholic social services over the agency's policy of not certifying same sex couples as foster parents KYW city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb reports Mondays third circuit court ruling up holds the city's right to require contractors to abide by nondiscrimination laws, regardless of their religious, beliefs Catholic social services was seeking an injunction to force the city to renew its contract on the grounds that the city was violating its religious beliefs by requiring the agency not to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation, but the three judge panel ruled the city stance on firm ground in requiring it's contractors to abide by its nondiscrimination policies. When administering public services city solicitor. Senator Marcel Pratt praised the ruling, noting it affirms the city does believe in religious liberty or anti discrimination laws and policies. Do not target anyone based on their religious beliefs in the last he wouldn't be surprised if CSS appeals to the supreme court. He thinks the city would win there as a very strong opinion from the third circuit back legally and factually their CSS Norte Turney had an immediate
"marcel" Discussed on Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell
"Yeah. So. Going back to our paragraph here. I think the parts that did resonate from our conversation to me were basically a about how you can become jaded. But art shows our experiences in any way, letting excited from the Monday that made me think about when I asked you what keeps skateboarding exciting for you. And and you talked about the new things it's just finding the new the new so that's true in finding. But also finding your own style that's crucial. You know? It's not just finding new tricks. But it's like how is it? How do you make your own? How is this? Trick iconic the yours. Why is it important that it be yours? I think because it shows your true nature in your enjoyment of it. And also, it can be your signature. I mean, if I if I see just say Vert skating if I see a silhouette of someone doing a trick. You know, from the whatever hundred people that you're familiar with maybe on a ramp. I can tell you exactly who it is based on their style based on how they went their toes or how they use their arms, and that's important evening. It's like a piece of the soul shining through. I think so and it's just that's that's making it your own. It's like if someone has a bit of music, someone plays a piano, and they play concerts, though, that is has been passed down from generations. But they play a, you know, if you're familiar with music, you know, that they've made it their own. Yeah. I've got a paragraph here from Marcel Proust's. I'm wondering if you'll do the honor of getting it forest and feel free to stop throughout. If you read something in the okay, it's certainly the only true voyage of discovery would be not to visit strange lands. But to behold, the universe through the eyes of another. We are not provided with wisdom. We must. Discover it after a journey which. One else can take four us..
"marcel" Discussed on Modern Day Philosophers with Daniel Lobell
"That's the that's a cool thing to be able to change your it is. Yeah. I mean, I, you know, I feel like I could have learned it a lot earlier, and it would have been beneficial. But but at the same time, I kind of had to taste all those things to figure out where I fit in. Right. Yeah. I think your problem is unique. I think most people can't get moving. But you had a hard time stopping right? Yeah. And to this day. I mean, I do sort of tend to keep myself too, busy. And that's something that the my wife is very good at recognizing. And so I'm thankful that. I have her influence is destruction. Do you think sometimes sometimes and it's just hard for me to say, no? But I've learned over the years to value, my time more and to say, no. But it used to be just like, yeah. Sure. I'll fly there for the weekend. Why not you know, go to your charity event? I I don't know business being at right, right? So like that so yeah. Being able to to value your own time and put boundaries I think. Yeah, boundaries was was probably the biggest factor and all that. But setting boundaries myself. Yeah. Yup. Well, I'm glad I caught you before you started putting up too many boundaries. You said yes to this. No, no, no. I appreciate it. And and. School at school. You came down to. I mean, it's it's funny. I used to do my radio show out of this building from on serious. And it was so hard to get guests because we're in San Diego, and yes, the people from L A or or from New York, then they're usually going to LA and not sandiego. And so we always struggled. And and I finally realized that if I just drive up to Hollywood and go to the serious Hollywood, I can get guests. It took me about twelve years to figure that out. All right. So I feel like we've got a good introduction to who you are. And how do you feel about everything you feel feel good feel feel exposed? No, I'm I'm I'm still doing. I I like I like digging deeper into. The philosophy. What you do? And and the the the bigger meaning of of what you've chased your whole life. And. Yeah, stead of just what's your favorite trick? Right. Right. Well, on on the notify Lhasa Fiat. Let's get into the philosopher that Alex picked out for us. Okay. For you. He chose somebody named Marcel Proust's. Have you ever heard of him? Doesn't sound familiar. Not to me. But I'll I'll tell you what it says about him on the Wikipedia. It says his full name was Valentin Louis Georgia's Eugene, Marcel Proust's Frenchman lives, it sounds French. Yeah. Till I tend eighteen seventy one till November eighteenth nineteen twenty two. He was known just as Marcel Proust's, and he was a French novelist critic and essayist best known for his monumental novel. I don't know French. But I'll give it a try Allah refs Shiva due to. It's not even worth me trying. It means in English in search of lost time earlier rendered as remembrance of things past published in seven parts between nineteen thirteen and nineteen twenty seven. He is considered by critics in writers to be one of the most influential authors of the twentieth century. So there's a little bit of autumn and Alex picked him for you. Because he says Tony is a legendary skateboarder. So I found philosopher who broke down myths. Okay. I'm not sure no pressure on that one broke down miss. I guess because he broke down records of of myth like, oh, I guess because you're a man of legend. That's his thing. Okay. So so maybe this is a guy who breaks down legends. Yeah. Or I feel like he he's he was like an early version of snow. Yeah. So here's a little synopsis at Alex put together about Peru. St. says in Proust's in search of loss time, the narrator explores three potential sources of meaning success love in art. We talked about all this things ready. Yeah. And by the way, I didn't ask you other than about the violin. But are outside of skateboarding. Do you have any artistic abilities? Not really, no, I did some video editing, in fact, docs, how I sort of made ends meet and pay my mortgage in the early nineties was by editing videos for other mostly skate companies, but a couple of random projects to so I learned that pretty early on..
Now healthy, skier Ted Ligety tries to regain top form
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Now, healthy skier. Ted Ligeti tries to regain top form beaver creek, Colorado his face showed little expression as he glided his way down the hill. This was serious business, no laughing smiling or crying with his two time Olympic gold. Medalist father holding on seventeen month old Jackson giddy took his first track down the slope few months ago, the look pure determination. It's a look Ted. Liberty knows all too. Well, he's that determined to return to the top for years lady has been plagued by knee and bag issues now healthier than he has been in a while league. These attempting to rediscover the giant slalom form that allowed him to win an Olympic gold medal. Two thousand fourteen Sochi games earned five World Cup titles and the discipline and challenge Austrian Marcel hersher, I don't know if I'm the Ted of two thousand twelve which was pretty fast said lady who plans to compete in the super g and g s this weekend in beaver. Ver- creek, Colorado. That's definitely where I'm shooting for though, I feel like it's getting to the point I can start winning races. Again. That's the goal. His last World Cup victory was Tober twenty fifth two thousand fifteen in Austria before he frayed the cartilage in his hip, tore the AC L and his right knee and strained his back to the point where the thirty four year olds from Park City, Utah needed season ending surgery in January two thousand seventeen to fix herniated discs. There was promised last season with the third place showing in Germany just before the young chain games in February his GS titled defense at the Olympics didn't go it's planned as he finished tied for fifteenth place in a race won. By hersher, Lee good. He did take fifth during the combined also on by hersher as an experience legally describes Pyong Chang as fun with his wife Mia Jackson, his family attendance as a racer not so much. I was there to compete and go for medals and came up a little short in the combined and vastly underperformed in the giant slalom. Said lady who took Olympic gold in the combined the two thousand six Turin games. It's not the way I would have liked to have things go down in the Olympics. These days he's all about family time, his wife and son travel with him as often as possible league gave his son his first taste of skiing at a New Zealand venue in August. I definitely want him to be a skier. Do I want him to be a ski racer if he wants to it's not something I would ever push on him. Liberty said a big part of my life is skiing. I want him to ski race at least when he's younger. So he has that base. But I wouldn't push 'em beyond just going out there and having fun with his friends. There was a time when his rivals used to refer to him as Mr. g s for his dominance in the event. Liberty had a stretch and time in which he won three straight world championship GS titles and another during the two thousand thirteen season when he won six of eight races in the event. But injuries took a toll on him. He tore his ACL during a training mishap in Germany in January two thousand sixteen his. His back and hip have also hindered him this past summer, though. He went through something he hasn't in quite a while a customary prep period for once. He wasn't rehabbing an injury. He actually got to train high volume to lead. He said, I'm feeling pretty good. Good enough to challenge hersher who has won seven straight World Cup overall titles to be able to compete with him is definitely a tall task liberty said, but I really don't think I'd be out here. If I didn't think I could get back to that point. Pat Graham is an Associated Press Writer.