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"matt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:08 min | 2 weeks ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Shook. From Bloomberg news and iHeartRadio, it's the big take. I'm West Coast soba. Today, you know that plastic bag that you tossed into the recycling bin? What really happens to that thing? I'm joined by Matt Campbell, Asia editor for Bloomberg business week. He is based in Singapore, Matt, thanks so much for being here. Thanks so much for having me, Wes. Matt, we've been talking today about the very strange and convoluted path that plastics that plastic bottle of your throwaway takes throughout the world. After you put it in what you think is recycling then and often winds up in a big pile, halfway around the world. And you went out to actually see what that looks like when all of this trash reaches the end of the line. And you went to Thailand, you just describe what you saw because it is really something. That's right, Wes. So something that I didn't know about the plastic industry. And really the waste industry generally is there is a huge long haul waste export trade. So I visited recycling facilities around Thailand, mostly in the industrial belt that extends from Bangkok along the coast where there is a very large and very profitable recycling industry that is based partly not entirely, but to a substantial effect on imported waste from elsewhere in the world. So these are huge loads of plastic that come from in the main wealthier countries and are sent to Southeast Asia to be done. Matt so when you went to Thailand and you saw the effects of all of these bottles and other throwaway containers that ended up entitling, what did you see? What did it actually look like? Well, I did get some glimpses of what the recycling industry really looks like in practice. There was one moment which was really kind of unforgettable. Seeing a woman of middle age Thai woman in sort of covered up head to toe against to avoid getting gunk on her, just sitting in a huge pile of plastic bottles, methodically peeling away the labels. And the reason for that is that when these things do go into a plastic facility where they have to be melted down and reconstituted into new packaging, you don't want anything extraneous on them. So if you do have someone there peeling the labels off, you can get 20% more for each kilogram of plastic. A lot of it, first of all, does not get recycled in any way. The vast majority of plastic waste in the world is not recycled. It's just dumped or burned. And why is that? There are a number of reasons for it. One is infrastructure. In many developing countries in particular, there are not enough recycling infrastructure to handle the volumes of

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

01:51 min | Last month

"matt campbell" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"I've said it before I'll say it again, the average podcaster listens to 6 shows at least an I bet you, if you're anything like me, you have a lot more than that. Without me alone, I think the average is like two, but then just including my podcasts that I listen to personally, it ups it to 6. That's how many I listen to. So there's no way you're just listening to us, of course, and that's okay. And so I'd like to share a podcast that you might want to add to your list. That's the Jordan harbinger show, a top shelf podcast named best of Apple in 2018. Each time I give you an episode recommendation, here's a real fascinating one. Recently, Jordan had on Matthew Campbell, who's a reporter, award winning reporter, who has written a book dead in the water, and it's about the international shipping industry. So here's the thing. Everything we get now is this international shipping. We all learned this with the ship that got stuck in the canal, but it's actually insane how much of the world's commerce has done this way. 90% of world trade is carried out by the international shipping industry to the tune of 14 trillion per year and there's all kinds of things you might not have thought about piracy. Piracy in this day and age, there's still tons of piracy, and there's also like insurance fraud among these ships, sometimes it's like, oh, we gotta attack by pirates, and then maybe they didn't really get to talk about parts. Really interesting episode, that's the episode with Matt Campbell about the international shipping industry. Fascinating stuff. You can't go wrong with adding the Jordan harbinger show to your rotation. It's incredibly interesting and there's never a dull show. Search for the Jordan harbinger show that's HAR B's and boy. IN as a Nancy GER on Apple podcasts Spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts. Thank you for being a friend. Travel down the road. Hey, so we started from the bottom now we're here girl. All right, well, now it's time to thank

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"matt campbell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:34 min | 2 months ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Guacamole back. Let's continue the calls and auggie the paralegal is up next. Yeah, expert in paralegal studies, Paul. We'll get an advanced degree. So if you need any research help, give me a call. But I hear you, you've got you're taking insight information on the next auburn coach. Is that true? If you've got it, we'll take it. I've got it. So I know somebody who has a friend who works inside the auburn athletic department and here are the top names they have. Of course, you freeze at the top. But right below that, they've got Bobby petrino. They've got Mike archer. Remember him? Of course. Remember Mike archer, and then he got Bill Snyder. Bill Snyder is still around, so Bill Snyder is on the list. So what do you think about those three? I think those are, did you leave out Barry Switzer? Don't have Barry Switzer, but they're also talking about sunny Dyke's potential. So those are the new names in addition to freeze is still the leaderboard. Money's on hue freeze. And here's a name Paul that everybody was talking about, but it seems like nobody's talking about it now. Matt Campbell, the guy that I was dating his name? I mean, every year, somebody picks, including this year, somebody picks Matt Campbell to get to the CFP and every year, they choke away an early game. I don't know. I think he's a good football coach, but is he going to turn your program around? Is he that dynamic? I didn't think he should be in the mix to begin with, but hey, I'm not an expert. I just listened to the experts. And another something else you mentioned last week that was right on target. The big matchup between Clemson and North Carolina state, you said it, when did North Carolina state ever perform to their highest expectations? I can't ever think of a time when they ever did. Can you? It is one of those quintessential hard luck skills that always comes close. I mean, like last year, they had a really good team last year. They had a top 5 draft choice. And they beat Clemson and double overtime and they throw away a game or two after that. To me, your quintessential choker. They always get into the conversation only to choke. And speaking of the conversation, Paul, your show has been lean on Kentucky fans calling in and talking about their chances. Have I missed have I missed the first one in two days? You have, I don't think you've had anybody. Another one you're short on or don't forget us, Arkansas, they seem to have drunk off the shape of the earth. They have been quiet, but the Arkansas fans will be back after the next couple of weeks. I mean, they have Mississippi this week in BYU. I fully expect to hear from them again. Okay, well, what about a and M? You don't have your a and M. Would you have a few a and M callers? And I think so far, they've been very, very realistic. Well, that's the thing. They're not voiced like they were before. And then Florida seems to be pretty quiet too. I don't hear much out of Florida. But do you know why the a and M fans are quiet right now? Because they know what's coming. Because privately, they are questioning Jimbo Fisher, but they don't want to say that publicly. It's like, it's like being in church when you act a certain way. And then when you get out, when you get to the when you get to the cafeteria afterwards, you start talking. Do you really think Woodward was really strongly after dumbo or was that? Yeah, yes, I do. Firmly believe that. So knowing what you know about Fisher, what does that does that impact your impression of Woodward's judgment? Well, the only thing I know about Woodward is this. He hired Kelly, who I think is a very good selection. And I think he will be better than Jimbo Fisher in the end. So sometimes you and I don't know that Scott Woodward would have ultimately pulled the trigger on Jimbo Fisher. I think he certainly thought about it very seriously. And we'll see. In terms of the rest of his hires, but the football coach is the only one that I think we are going to have many conversations with. Well, don't forget now, he hired monkey back to be the ones basketball coach and she's done a great job. He did a great job and she also had maybe one of the most ridiculous responses I've ever heard last week about Brittany griner. I didn't hear that. But he also hired Jay Johnson who's got the number one recruiting class in baseball this year. But I got a question for you, Paul. Last week, you were in Oxford. I don't know where you're going to be this week. But squirrel obviously had a good time in his trip. He posed a lot of pictures. I haven't heard from squirrel. I met Tony, we had such a great time. He hung out with us for about an hour. Hour and a half, I introduced him to Tebow and Laura and all the other celebrities and it was really it was really fun to spend some time with him. We are back another hour to go. Stick around. Thank you for listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. The Paul fine bomb show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern.

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

02:11 min | 6 months ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"I've got a winner here. It's Michael Smith. He's the best out of the folks from PDC that are here in town taking on the Americans. He's dangerous. He's got a lot of scoring power. He's one in Europe. He's one on the Premier League. He's actually won 24. His last 28 events. He was a runner up in this event last time and he's just a dude who's always in the finals. So I think he's going to win it and again, so that's Michael Smith at plus four 50. And I've got two matches and this is fun because there are two matches that I like and we're cheering on the Americans and that's Leonard Gates. I like him on the money line at even. Now Doug, he's going up against a chick. He's going up against Fallon sherrock. Now, the crowd loves her Doug, loves her. And why not, right? She's a chick going up against the boys. But Gates, he's got nerves of steel and he's really talented, he's got a 91.7 average, which anything for folks who don't follow darts, anything above 90 is great. So I like Gates to defeat Fallon sherrock in the first round, and that's later on tonight. And then another American Matt Campbell, I've got him at plus one and a half and you can get that at even money against Gary Anderson. Again, another dude who's averaging above 90 he's made it to the finals before. But more so, I'm fading Anderson here. He's older. He's got back issues. He doesn't like to travel. He wants to be at home. So I'm more so fading Anderson than anything else. So Gates and Campbell in their first round match ups and Michael Smith to win this thing over the weekend. No comment for me. I'm just amazed. And so impressed. Well done, Anita, very, very, very well done. That is range you are the renaissance better for sure. Good for you on that one. All right, Anita have a great weekend. Everyone, we are on a half hour earlier tonight on ESPN2, so we'll go 5 30 eastern for two half hours, basically. So for full hour and just a little bit earlier than normal. So 30 minutes. So I hope you join us then. Good luck to everyone this weekend..

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:31 min | 7 months ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This is Bloomberg businessweek with Carol masher and Bloomberg quick takes Tim Steven from Bloomberg radio Bloomberg businessweek first wrote about the Bronte virtuoso back in 2017 pirates had allegedly hijacked the Greek owned tanker 6 years earlier and burned it beyond repair and the waters between Yemen and the Horn of Africa Something didn't add up about the crime scene and ensures would turn to a pair of London private investigators a couple of ex cops to help figure out what really happened on board And whether the ship's owner might have staged the act of piracy So many questions Bloomberg news senior writer kitchel and Matt Campbell He's Asia editor for Bloomberg businessweek Bring you the whole story in their upcoming book It's entitled dead in the water A true story of hijacking murder and a global maritime conspiracy I have to say the excerpt I couldn't stop reading That's excerpted in this week's double issue And in our editors round table a kit and Matt joined us along with Joel Weber to shine a light on the two X cops who helped crack the $100 million case It's a murder mystery and it becomes something bigger than that even And it actually started in 2011 when a tanker virtuoso basically was passing through an area that is at the time was being attacked by pirates very commonly And what kind of transpired from there is the subject of the book And it all began I think with kit and Matt realizing when this Bloomberg news headline that I don't think they were involved with but this was the Bloomberg news headline Million barrel tanker on fire off yin and after grenade attack So from then from that headline it became this business week feature story 5 years ago even before me I remember reading that story and the thinking that it was one of the best business week stories that had ever been published And so I was thrilled to publish the excerpt in the current issue Because it shows it becomes like a little bit of a bookend and we're not going to give away the total ending of this thing I do think it's got movie potential But Matt what was it about the Bronte virtuoso that captivated you guys initially This is such an unusual story As you've alluded to there would parent prior attack on this vessel back in 2011 which was really the peak of the piracy off the Horn of Africa And it could have been just like any one of the hundreds of artifacts But actually what transpired was that this pirate attack was not at all what it seems And in fact there was a much larger game going on here And the more kit and I have dug into it the more we learn the more people we talk to the story just got stranger and more twisted and couldn't put it down Even after we wrote the 2017 business week featured her we remained a little bit obsessed by it And coming back to it for a book was an obvious choice Well come on in on this Tell us about these two X cops because these two guys sound like interesting characters I mean these are two individuals who've known each other for a long time Tell us about their role in all of this So these two guys are Richard villa and Michael Connor And they work in the private investigations industry in London It's a big industry here in London And a lot of the people who filter into it used to work for the government in many cases their policemen So Richard and Michael used to work for the Met police and sort of filtered out of public service and Richard started up his own investigations from to do the exactly this sort of thing to unravel mysterious and high stakes commercially valuable events for paying clients And so these two guys are hired by the insurers of this ship The virtuoso to try and find out what really happened to it So kit enter x-ray Who is x-ray And can I have a nickname like that If you become some sort of informant and maybe you spend some time on a ship you could Carol Tell us about x-ray X-ray is one of a handful of whistleblowers in this case So as matter alluded to the attack on this vessel carrying a million barrels of oil wasn't what it appeared to be it wasn't actually pirates at all It was part of this insane conspiracy that reached right to the top of the shipping industry And right from the start the insurers and the investigators were a little bit suspicious of what happened to the polenta It just didn't seem like piracy didn't really make sense that pirates would board this vessel and set it on fire And so right from the start they felt like something was off but they didn't have a lot of proof One of the things about criminal activity at sea which has been going on since the dawn of time basically is that it's extremely difficult to prove anything These events happen miles out away from jurisdiction of police often the only witnesses if there are any witnesses at all are sort of terrified sailors So it's a really tough area to gain any sort of truthful insight into murky maritime goings on But in this case a couple of guys who were directly involved in the aftermath of the attack trying to salvage the vessel or the incentive to deal with the attack and had firsthand knowledge of what was going on These guys sort of appeared out of the woodwork quite late in the game and they approached the insurers in their agents and basically said we know we know what happened here We know what happened to this ship and with maybe we'd like to help you And so the job of Richard villain Michael Connor is to sort of work out x-ray Who is this guy They didn't really know who he was Can we cut in Willie tell us the truth Is he dangerous They went into all these meetings with really no idea about what was going on What I love about the excerpt is that you have this little like bromance between these two X cops and it really is on them to advance the case And why were they that perfect combo to crack this thing open Well I can't alluded to crime at sea fraud dissection Violence in some cases in the shipping industry happens all the time And there's a reason that you don't often hear about it which is the shipping industry prefers to keep this all very quiet It certainly sweeping things under the rug where possible And not making a big fuss where sweeping you're going to rug is not possible But the thing that is very interesting about these two guys is they kind of refuse that option They were employed by a group of insurance companies who were quite hesitant about taking a very firm approach to investigating this suspected fraud But Richard and Michael were so determined because of the kind of people they are To get to the bottom of it they became obsessed And they spent really nearly a decade of their lives trying to figure this out And then they were the perfect people to do it in the end Thanks to Joel Weber kitchel Matt Campbell for taking part in our editors roundtable Kitten Matt's book dead in the water a true story of hijacking murder in a global maritime conspiracy That book comes out in May check out our entire editors roundtable podcast You can do that online at Bloomberg dot com slash podcast Bloomberg.

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:04 min | 7 months ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Michael Connor is to sort of work out x-ray Who is this guy They didn't really know who he was Can we cut in Willie tell us the truth Is he dangerous They went into all these meetings with really no idea about what was going on What I love about the extract is that you have this little bromance between these two ex cops and it really is on them to advance the case And why were they the perfect combo to crack this thing open Well I can't alluded to crime at sea fraud deception Violence in some cases in the shipping industry happens all the time And there's a reason that you don't often hear about it which is the shipping industry prefers to keep this all very quiet At certainly sweeping things under the rug where possible And not making a big fuss where sweeping the rug is not possible But the thing that is very interesting about these two guys is they kind of refuse that option They were employed by a group of insurance companies who were quite hesitant about taking a very firm approach to investigating this suspected fraud But Richard and Michael were so determined because of the kind of people they are To get to the bottom of it they became obsessed And they spent really nearly a decade of their lives trying to figure this out And then they were the perfect people to do it at the end Our thanks to Joel Weber kitchel Matt Campbell for taking part in our editors roundtable Kit and mat's book dead in the water a true story of hijacking murder in a global maritime conspiracy That book comes out in May check out our entire editor's round table podcast You can do that online at Bloomberg dot com slash podcast We have Pixar's 2008 animated film WALL-E predicted the latest chapter of human history and why we should have been paying closer attention It was a kids movie but adult you should have been paying attention Yeah you.

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:36 min | 7 months ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Quick takes Tim Sullivan from Bloomberg radio Bloomberg businessweek first wrote about the Bronte virtuoso back in 2017 pirates had allegedly hijacked the Greek owned tanker 6 years earlier and burned it beyond repair and the waters between Yemen and the Horn of Africa Something didn't add up about the crime scene and ensures would turn to a pair of London private investigators a couple of ex cops to help figure out what really happened on board And whether the ship's owner might have staged the act of piracy So many questions Bloomberg news senior writer kitchel and Matt Campbell He's Asia editor for Bloomberg businessweek Bring you the whole story in their upcoming book It's entitled dead in the water A true story of hijacking murder and a global maritime conspiracy I have to say the excerpt I couldn't stop reading That's excerpted in this week's double issue And in our editors round table a kit and Matt joined us along with Joel Weber to shine a light on the two ex cops who helped crack the $100 million case It's a murder mystery and it becomes something bigger than that even And it actually started in 2011 when a tanker virtuoso basically was passing through an area that is at the time was being attacked by pirates very commonly And what kind of transpired from there is the subject of the book And it all began I think with kit and Matt realizing when this Bloomberg news headline that I don't think they were involved with but this was the Bloomberg news headline Million barrel tanker on fire off Yemen after grenade attack So from then from that headline it became this business week feature story 5 years ago even before me I remember reading that story and the thinking that it was one of the best business week stories that had ever been published And so I was thrilled to publish the excerpt in the current issue Because it shows it becomes like a little bit of a bookend and we're not going to give away the total ending of this thing I do think it's got movie potential But Matt what was it about the Bronte virtuoso that captivated you guys initially This is such an unusual story Has you alluded to my parent pirate attack on this vessel back in 2011 which was really the peak of body piracy off the Horn of Africa And it could have been any just like any one of the hundreds of pirate attacks But actually what transpired was that this pirate attack was not at all what it seemed And in fact there was a much larger game going on here And the more kit and I dug into it the more we learn the more people we talk to the story just got stranger and more twisted and couldn't put it down Even after we wrote the 2017 business week feature we remained a little bit obsessed by it And coming back to it for a book was an obvious choice Well come on in on this Tell us about these two X cops because these two guys sound like interesting characters I mean these are two individuals who've known each other for a long time Tell us about their role in all of this So these two guys are Richard ville and Michael Connor And they work in the private investigations industry in London It's a big industry here in London And a lot of the people who filter into it used to work for the government in many cases their policemen So Richard and Michael used to work for the Met police and sort of filtered out of public service and Richard started up his own investigations from to do exactly this sort of thing to unravel mysterious and high stakes commercially valuable events for paying clients And so these two guys are hired by the insurers of this ship The virtuoso to try and find out what really happened to it So kit enter x-ray Who is x-ray And can I have a nickname like that If you become some sort of informant and maybe spend some time on a ship you could Carol Tell us about x-ray X-ray is one of a handful of whistleblower in this case So there's matter alluded to the attack on this vessel carrying a million barrels of oil wasn't what it appeared to be It wasn't actually Paris at all It was part of this insane conspiracy that reached right at the top of the shipping industry And right from the start the insurers and the investigators were a little bit suspicious of what happened to the polenta It just didn't seem like piracy Didn't really make sense to the pirates would bore this vessel and set it on fire And so what bikes from the start they felt like something was off but they didn't have a lot of proof One of the things about criminal activity at sea which has been going on since the dawn of time basically is that it's extremely difficult to prove anything These events happen Mars out away from jurisdiction of police often the only witnesses if there are any witnesses at all are sort of terrified sailors So it's a really tough area to gain any sort of truthful insight into murky maritime goings on But in this case a couple of guys who were directly involved in the aftermath of the attack trying to salvage the vessel or they've been sent to deal with the attack and had firsthand knowledge of what was going on These guys sort of appeared out of the woodwork quite late in the game and they approached the insurers in their agents and basically said we know we know what happened here We know what happened to this ship and would maybe we'd like to help you And so the job of Richard Bill and.

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:27 min | 7 months ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"5.6% American Express was down by 2.8% an HCA Healthcare lower by 21.8% Again the ten year yield 2.90% gold was down 1% down $18 the ounce to 1933 West Texas enemy crude oil down two and a half percent one O one 18 a barrel So again third weekly decline for the U.S. stock market I'm Charlie palette that is a Bloomberg business flash Thank you so much for that update Charlie pellet Well in our latest edition of the business week editors roundtable we take a look at the story of how two cops cracked the $100 million mystery of the alleged hijacking of the tanker brillante virtuoso Here is business week editor Joel Weber and a Bloomberg reporters kitchel and Matt Campbell with the details It's a murder mystery and it becomes something bigger than that even And it actually started in 2011 when a tanker virtuoso basically was passing through an area that is at the time was being attacked by pirates very commonly And what kind of transpired from there is the subject of the book and it all began I think with kit and Matt realizing when this Bloomberg news headline that I don't think they were involved with but this was the Bloomberg news headline Million barrel tanker on fire off Yemen after grenade attack So from then from that headline it became this businessweek feature story 5 years ago even before me I remember reading that story and the thinking that it was one of the best business week stories that had ever been published And so I was thrilled to publish the excerpt in the current issue Because it shows it becomes like a little bit of a bookend and we're not going to give away the total ending of this thing I do think it's got movie potential But Matt what was it about the Bronte virtuoso that captivated you guys initially It could have been any just like any one of the hundreds of pirates actually But actually what transpired was that this pirate attack was not at all what it seemed And in fact there was a much larger game going on here And the more kit and I dug into it the more we learn the more people we talk to the story just got stranger and more twisted and even after we wrote the 2017 business week feature we remained a little bit obsessed by it And coming back to it for a book was an obvious choice Well come on in on this Tell us about these two X cops because these two guys sound like interesting characters I mean these are two individuals who've known each other for a long time Tell us about their role in all of this So these two guys are Richard villa and Michael Connor And they work in the private investigations industry in London It's a big industry here in London And a lot of the people who filter into it used to work with the government in many cases their policemen So Richard and Michael used to work for the Met police and sort of filtered out of public service and Richard started up his own investigations firm to do exactly this sort of thing to unravel mysterious and high stakes commercially valuable events for paying clients And so these two guys are hired by the insurers of this ship The virtuoso to try and find out what really happened to it So kit enter x-ray Who is x-ray And can I have a nickname like that If you become some sort of informant and maybe you spent some time on a ship you could Carol Tell us about x-ray X-ray is one of a handful of whistleblowers in this case So as matter alluded to the attack on this vessel carrying a million barrels of oil wasn't what it appeared to be it wasn't actually Paris at all It was part of this insane conspiracy that reached right to the top of the shipping industry And right from the start the insurers and the investigators were a little bit suspicious of what happened to the polenta It just didn't seem like piracy didn't really make sense to the pirates would board this vessel and set it on fire And so right from the start they felt like something was off but they didn't have a lot of proof One of the things about criminal activity at sea which has been going on since the dawn of time basically is that it's extremely difficult to prove anything These events happen Mars out away from jurisdiction of police often the only witnesses if there are any witnesses at all are sort of terrified sailors so it's a really tough area to gain any sort of truthful insight into murky maritime goings on But in this case a couple of guys who were directly involved in the aftermath of the attack trying to salvage the vessel or they've been sent to deal with the attack and had firsthand knowledge of what was going on These guys sort of appeared out of the woodwork quite late in the game and they approached the insurers in their agents and basically said we know we know what happened here We know what happened to this ship and would maybe we'd like to help you And so the job of Richard villain Michael Connor is to sort of work out x-ray Who is this guy They didn't really know who he was Can we cut in Willie tell us the truth.

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"matt campbell" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel

"Don't know for sure. Like you said, it's not an unrealistic scenario. I mean, I don't think Alabama's gonna get it in as a two lost team at this point. So all you need is bailer to beat Oklahoma state or Cincinnati loses to Houston or Michigan loses to Iowa. Any of those three? No names in the playoff probably with an interim coach. That's insane. Could you imagine if Notre-Dame, which has gotten blown out on big stages close to the playoff? And somehow they get in and they leave and win one game in the playoff much less win two. That might be, you know, it's weird and I don't know if Notre-Dame typically as a school that obviously has a huge fan base, but also has a lot of people just are inclined to root against them. I suspect there'd be a lot of people rooting for Notre-Dame because they're wrong. Because, well, I don't know, just because I think, you know, this is, you know, this is the players really get jerked around here more than anything else. You know? And so I think there's going to be a lot of people who probably will be rooting for them. This may be a mood point. They may not get into the playoff anyway. But I just think the aspect of like, I remember thinking that this came up actually today at the USC. It didn't come out the press conference, but it came up with a conversation I had to somebody where, you know, that bedlam game was really close and back and forth. If Lincoln Riley's team, Oklahoma, it won. Lincoln Riley's probably not the head coach at USC, or he's definitely not the head coach right now. Matt Campbell might be the head coach at UFC right now. So it's kind of crazy how it plays this plays out like this, but man, Notre-Dame and Brian Kelly, it's just like, and then, you know, like I think our colleagues both Pete Sampson and Matt fortuna had the text message that Brian Kelly basically sent them and at one point I got a text from a head coach I know who basically was like, did he really break up with them over text? And I wrote back, you know, I kind of included the tweet from, I think it was fortuna. And he was like, man, this is smacks of Todd Graham. And I was like, those are four words, no coach ever wants to be associated. We did that coaching carousel series a couple months ago. We could have done a whole one just on messy exits. Tommy tuberville, Tommy tuber wrote the 50 yard line steakhouse,.

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"Is Ryan pace, the general manager. The bears are going to go four and 13. They're going to finish strong. They're going to win four of their final 8 games. And my thought is, hey, Justin field's going to look good in the final 8 games. When people are going to go, huh, there's a future here. We like Justin Fields. Maybe, or maybe not Matt naggy that coach is going to keep his job. But certainly, man, it's brutal to want someone to get fired, although I think if there's anyone I've decided who is most detrimental to their football team in the NFL, it is the bearish general manager, Ryan pace. Okay, let's shift gears to Detroit. By the way, was that a hit piece? I don't hope it's not. I hope that's not received. I don't want to be ever the person who's calling for people's jobs, trying to do a hit piece. That's not what's in my heart, but I look at this bear's team and I go. Guys, it ain't the coach's fault. It's the way the team is built, and the people they provided for hit the coach to work with. Anyway, I believe the Detroit Lions will go three and 14 and I gotta say, I feel bad saying that because I actually like the lion's coaching staff. And I actually think the way this team is rebuilding they are rebuilding. And the direction they are headed in in Detroit is good. There's some good young players. I think the coaching staff is phenomenal. And the offensive line is solid. Detroit has a way better offensive line than the Chicago Bears. They have left tackle Taylor decker, center Frank ragnow at right tackle. They have rookie penet su. He was drafted number 7 overall. He looked rusty in the preseason. I'm not going to pretend he looks like a Hall of Fame right tackle. He doesn't. He kind of bad actually in the preseason. But remember, he didn't play at all in 2020 he opted out due to COVID. I have patience for pennies. So we'll let the guy develop. Let's see where he's at in midseason. I'm not ready to call the guy a bust yet at all. Now the lines do I coach Matt Campbell seems awesome. I am not sure that Matt Campbell is Matt. Matt state head coach. Dan Campbell. Jesus. Excuse me, I am sorry. Dan Campbell seems awesome. I love the guy. Watch his interviews, watch everything. I know he had an interview. And I'm trying not to mention this every time I talk about Dan Campbell, but Dan Campbell gets a lot of flack because of his first impression..

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No. 7 Iowa State Survives Against Northern Iowa, 16-10

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

No. 7 Iowa State Survives Against Northern Iowa, 16-10

"Detrow young had a big interception with two oh five left in the fourth quarter and seventh ranked Iowa state staved off an upset minded northern Iowa sixteen ten Brock Purdy completed twenty one of twenty six passes for one hundred ninety seven yards but Matt Campbell's team was kept off balance by defense that returned all of its starters that's a good football team and so from our standpoint I think really proud of our attitude and effort really proud of how our kids played Rizal who led the nation with nine one hundred yard games last season was held a sixty nine on twenty three carries Iowa state was in danger of joining Michigan is the only top ten team to lose to an FCS opponent on the ferry

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"I really don't think there's another team. I'll say north carolina. But i just don't. I don't think anybody in that conference besides clemson loses three games. Big ten wisconsin. I'm not trying to sort of setting you up for that. Yeah no go ahead but it's just like nobody in the east can keep up with ohio state for full season. 'cause how states too good so it's like you just have to if you if you win the west and you get the big ten title game. You have a good day. Maybe you pull off the upset. And i think wisconsin is the favorite in the west in the big twelve. I would take texas before. I took iowa state. Yeah i i just think from a talent level. They're very good. I think the keys coming in. We saw what he was able to do. At the alabama offensive. I think bijon robinson is a perfect for what we saw. Nause harris doing that alabama offense. Last year i think be john's better player than nausea harris. I think that could be really beneficial. I just think iowa state really kind of over performs its expectations and that kind of causes us to over. Inflate our own expectations for them. But they're coming off a nine and three season and that was pretty ten win season and we're pretty much asking them to now. Have the greatest season in program history. Yeah i don't. I don't think that's likely as texas and if we're talking to pac twelve team besides oregon. I can't pick usc. I just have no faith in clay hilton. So i'll just say utah. Screw it okay. Because i was gonna say you could just say whichever team plays oregon in like i dunno. Let's say the second week of november that will be the team that will win the zeal. Just that's just what the pac twelve does every year. They eat themselves a lot. The iowa state thing though is kinda shocking because they are the darling right. Now of all the previews. And everyone's saying matt campbell. Matt campbell matt campbell and they deserve because are coming off a great year but like this zig zag on that is that texas could be back at me. 'cause like okay now i guess i'll end so you iowa state is wisconsin. It is it's a not with a great coaching. Staff who takes some unheralded talent out of high school develops them coaches. I'm extremely well and as a team that win. Nine ten games. They compete but they're not really a team that you think of as a playoff contender said was like the exact opposite of texas. Yeah but wisconsin. You have to say. I was state. Wisconsin is iowa state on steroids. Then you can. Yeah yes because yes. Because scott's hey wisconsin recruiting is really kinda get to another level near so. That's not that crazy to say but yeah texas. I know it's so fucking dumb like we get stuck in. Texas is back narrative every year and ellen. The narrative is really. It's been stupid and overplayed. And i haven't been on it but this year i just really think. Now there's like you know like when you're on twitter and there's the backlash to the backlash and i think the expectations for texas year. This year are the backlash to the always being overrated and. I think we're just kind of writing them off a little too easily. Because i think that they're qb that they just named the starter. He is a very talented player. He's a dual threat. He gives you cirque easy and more that he can use will make that offense more dynamic as i said bijon robinson i think is a great running back. They have a good offensive line. There are questions that receiver that do concern me. I think somebody needs to step up there. But how the defensive side of the ball really talented too and you can't ignore like last year all the crap that was going on off the field with like the eyes of texas stuff. And just the tom herman and having to deal with all the kings of texas and all the boosters that they have they're pulling all the strings. I think that comes in with a fresh start. They've got a fresh. You know everybody's got a fresh start. I think that they're very talented. And i think that they're a very good team. I think we're going to see a good season from the law codes. I still think oklahoma's the best team in the big twelve by far. I think this is a texas team. That can be very good so all that said. Are you still going chocolate. If you're looking at the top for the presumptive for that are going to be there at the end of the year and hold their serve for the entire season. Are you going with that. Are you saying that there's going to be somebody else. Like one of these florida teams. Are you know one of the ones that you had mentioned. Definitely not clemson. Sounds like that one is pretty much in cement but Besides that outside of those if there were to be one that would sneak in. Who's the most likely. I am doing the least chalky chalk. I can as far as my official predictions. I've got my playoff being alabama ohio state. Clemson in oregon. Because i do like if you ought to spit makes you seem like you're trying something different when you're still just picking another favourite to get there. But like i think oregon. Since mario cristobal has come the recruiting that they've done it's like what urban meyer did it. Ohio state when he got to the big ten. It's what dab has been doing with clemson and the acc where they're just recruiting at an entirely different level bringing an sec recruiting mindset to a conference that does not have it And the rest of the conference. Usc keeps up. Because usc usc and they can just pull players based on that but even that's kind of fading underplay hilton right now and oregon the talent disparity between them and everybody else is so huge that i think that.

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"Fun things going on and to really concentrate on replicating that many different sites. I feel like you have the opportunity to lose a little bit of that precision. And what we're really trying to do is become that we want that flagship. To be the precise location. I really feel like our biggest growth. Trajectory is going to be helping other people get their shops open We have the opportunity for wholesale sales there as the people opening. That store have the opportunity for having their own income as well and being their own on having their own establishment. So it's kind of a win win situation will we're looking to do is taking all the pressure from the coffee side of it off of an an owners that they can concentrate on running the business and making sure the business is profitable successful so we can take care of the water Equipment repairs the coffee. Selections the barista trainings things like that. And then Business people can do what business people do best. Do you help out with their numbers at all. yet we can help out with Getting things started up like a lot of people. The first question you ask is well. How can i. How much should i be starting. Yeah exactly how much. How much do i need to start. Especially s yeah exactly and then how much can like. What kind of equipment do i really want to get in there. I mean i can match anybody to a piece of equipment that i want to sell. Because it's got a great margin on it but that's not necessarily the best avenue. I try to listen to people. See what their vision is. See what their experiences are what they see their cafe being and then find the best equipment for that The getting into a reasonable price range for them so that they can concentrate on help. You know i'd like that to be surprise. lower costs. it could be that the build out surprises that go in the other direction might balance itself out the other thing that we mentioned in which people should think about their causes. We were talking about. Lisa's yes and how. I pretty much a lot of people are like. Oh five year lease. That's all i wanna do. I don't wanna do anything more on a chorus building owners. Typically like longer we says by there is a bonus number one is we know like you said you. Six years is like a blink of the eye and like here. We are same thing when it comes to leasing space. You don't realize how fast five years will go so having a little bit longer of a lease is actually. It could work in your favor. Especially if the market does do better and the rents do go up or impacts in everything to the area causes. Rents go up. So and there's that uncertainty to while you're renegotiating a new lease you just want security. Sometimes i wish that we had negotiated a much longer lease upfront knowing that were successful now but of course there's always the back and forth with. Is this even going to work. You know my going to be able to make this happen so yeah. Six years flew by really fast. It was really a blink of an eye and me is when we came run. Having to renegotiate there was a lot of time in between where we didn't have the certainty so we wanted to make sure that we were on. Would now we have a path forward for the for the next pandemic during that period of time as well that added a little bit of stress to it as well. you know. we weren't sure what it was gonna look like right as this was. The pandemic was occurring was when we needed to start renegotiating and figuring out. We're going to go so we didn't even know what the the new normal like. And i think you guys did..

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"Out between some of the bags of coffee at time so it was It was getting a haphazard. So i know you already said. That's benji to let everybody know. What's it like to relocate an and move things over to this new location. What was that like for you. It was terrifying. The the roaster itself is almost nine hundred pounds and its top heavy. No moving company. We'll touch it so we didn't have any kind of an insured You know licensed moving company to take it out of there for us instead. It was too heavy. That in one injure their workers which i totally respect we. it doesn't. It's a little heavier than a pool table. Oh yeah it was it was. It was a beast so we had to put it on a dolly to scoot it out the door because pallet wouldn't fit into that on the pedestrian door. How many people were helping out. We had four. They're only four of us had a few people that are That have become good friends to the coffee community Offer to come help us out in april for their help because there was a big assist and then we had to transfer it onto a pallet transfer that onto a trailer and then ratcheted all down in tow it over to to border the glenwood. Location in youngstown. So and it's the working. It's still working. Everything got there safely. We got it all hooked up and there was nothing more relaxing than firing it up and everything worked way. We expected to so do nothing got jarred loose. See you're mentioning before like drilling a hole in the roster to be able to monitor the temperatures and everything is. Is that the same thing that you do with this one. Yeah it's the same roaster. We're saying we were drilling holes in that roster and it's the same year union sweat starts to be because like one small little mistake and you've just punched a tally. Eight thousand dollar whole your roaster..

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"We work with the manufacturers. And you know they're able to get better deals on coffee equipment than they might otherwise find Able to get them started without making some of the mistakes we made in the beginning and also find cost savings for them as well and sometimes they become wholesale partners with a purchase. Our coffee sometimes. They don't but You know we're able to at least support them in the process there to kind of raise the coffee game in the area. But that's the attitude that you need at. And i will say i love that When i first started off in my industry in the dc market it was a lot of other people networking giving out there helping those that are just getting started in the business and helping them. Strive and not make the same mistakes and and i do. I think you do get paid back. And it's tenfold because having is audited yes and we've even had an incident where someone who down the road was it was joe sylvester at high-octane coffee roaster broke and he needed to get a new motor so he called me up and i was able to roast his coffee for him. You know it might seem like a competitor kinda mindset to be like a tough luck. Sorry about your sorry about your incident but you know we we work together on a lot of things and it just kind of you know it helps all of us in the end tubes gonna probably be a day where something was wrong. I end s. Exactly i can give joel. And i know that he'd be more than willing to help me out. That's exactly right so you just acquired some additional real estate so brand copies located in huntington plaza. That's your that's your flagship store. That's our that's our our s right. Enjoy where you can go get a cup of coffee. Sit down work me or just relax. Read the paper whatever it may be but now you just acquired additional property because you guys were busting out of the seems in that location. Because you said it before like you're really strong and with roasting and you're growing your wholesale side so and you saw the beans and everything which were pretty cool off. Nicest easy accepts right. I really need to tune a lot of people that have never been introduced to specialty. Coffee can see the process happening. Amsoil was kind of bittersweet but we were ordering so much coffee that we had nowhere to put it and it was in the hallway of. Yeah it was really starting to kind of Become a space issue with that with that. huntington woods locations. So we had to start looking at You know what are we going to be doing a year from now because it's really hard to keep it organized now. How are we going to do this or taking on more townsend. Taking on larger roast. And we did we we you. You were going to look at another space at one point in time in youngstown. Unfortunately it didn't work out and and it would definitely not have worked out because you would have been waiting another for six months before you were able to even build out your space. I'm really glad that you were able to find this other location. Glenwood it's again it's bittersweet. My heart was in that location. I really love still opportunities for you. That yeah i think so and i i always love keeping the door open and Finding out what might become down the road there but this Space on glenwood avenue was taken over by y. n. d. c. and it became available and it was the perfect square footage. It had all the amenities that we needed and it was just available for a few days before they were making their decision on..

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"And i usually took a little bit cream little bit sugar with my coffee and i drank it black and it was amazing and i was immediately hooked. I want to know more about. Where did this come from. Why was it so good. What made it so good I went down found. It was from a place in new jersey called rook really popular in new jersey. Now they have something crazy like twenty locations and they they do a really great job so on the weekends my wife and i would go looking at different rosaries in the area to find out what the differences were. You really became hooked. Yeah took a week or two but You know eventually we did that on the weekends as a way to kind of get together find something unique to do besides going to the beach area go. That's awesome and then what did you do. So you have your whole science background Clearly super smart And then what did you differently when you started your own roasting coffee. I take everything to a very try to control everything that i possibly can. And a lot of it came from the nuclear medicine side of it where everything has to be very carefully documented. You need to know what happened with the doses different times or you can make big mistakes so immediately we started tasting the coffee saying why is this one different when i do it that way and just started compiling that data. It got to the point where i was drilling holes in my roaster and putting thermometers inside of it in different points just kind of measure what the temperatures were happening throughout roast and i've got software that logs all of the changes in the data so we can actually see it live if i'd nail it in a really find a great roast for particular coffee. We can use that as the background and then when we roasted the next time we can make all of the same notes in changes to make sure that the coffee is exactly the same..

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"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"matt campbell" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"Campbell of bradstreet coffee. How's it going our links for having us here. Well thank you for bringing some coffee. Would you bring the tanzania tanzania p berry. It's one of our newer coffees there. So how do you go about selecting your different beans in everything that you have what we've got Probably about eight or ten different importers that we work with and were able to get a hold of tiny little sample bags that have maybe like two hundred grams of on roasted coffee will do is. We've got a really tiny sample roaster. And we put them in their roast them up and then go through a process where we call cupping basically where we grew up little coffee and we kinda taste them and this we can actually see what those coffees are gonna taste like before we commit larger amounts thousand pound orders since very similar. Bruins right absolutely so you have the. How many different i mean. I know i've asked this question to the brewers and they said there's an infinite amount. So i have a feeling you might say the same thing. How many different types of coffee beans are there others. It's from all over south. America central america africa We've got indonesian coffees. There's even some american coffee from hawaii. So it's anything between the tropics basically if there's a country there that has a high enough elevation They'll be able to produce coffee plants. They love growing in that relate tropical High sun really warm atmosphere so it can be anywhere around the world inside of that little belt and There is within a country. there's many different regions to they'll have totally different flavor profiles so it is kind of a limitless supply of coffee there. Is there anything. That's done with the beam to make like the tanzanian or the ethiopian or all the different types of coffee that you'll go and have the opportunity slip when you go to branch street. It's very much like wine where they have the The nicotera the land produces a lot of flavor so the richness of the soil. The atmosphere the rainfall The winds the temperature of the sun.

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Iowa State's Coach Matt Campbell Turned Down 8-Year Deal From Detroit Lions

The Paul Finebaum Show

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Iowa State's Coach Matt Campbell Turned Down 8-Year Deal From Detroit Lions

"This came out today from usa. Today matt campbell over the top college coaches. He turned down an eight year. Sixty eight million dollar deal. Do the math figure it out to become the coach of the detroit. Lions stay at iowa state. Why does that sound crazy to

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