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No. 12 Clemson wins 39th straight at home 31-16 over Cards
"Number 12 Clemson bounced back from its lone loss of the season by earning its 39th consecutive home win 31 16 versus Louisville DJ Julia Gale through for a touchdown and ran for another as the tigers moved to 9 and one I feel like I got a good week of practice I feel like we came out and responded well Then we played hard It was a big stand I was playing real hard today Oh yeah Gale completed 19 of 27 throws for 185 yards Phil mafra ran for 106 yards and will shipley 97 is the tigers finished with 248 yards on the ground Mafia's 39 yard TD ice the win I'm Dave ferry
QB Klubnik leads No. 5 Clemson to 27-21 win vs. No. 14 'Cuse
"5th grade clubs and earned its ACC record setting 38th straight home win but the tigers had to erase a 21 7 deficit before defeating number 14 Syracuse 27 21 Freshman quarterback cade club Nick rallied the tigers to two fourth quarter touchdowns after replacing mistake prone starter DJ ulya gole Will shipley ran for a career high 172 yards and two touchdowns as the tigers improved to 8 zero and earned their 14th consecutive win since last season Shipley's 50 yard TD put the tigers ahead in the fourth quarter Clemson held Syracuse to 119 yards at no points in the final two quarters I'm Dave ferry
"shipley" Discussed on WTOP
"Under the age of 17, this in prince George's county, a curfew goes into effect and will remain in place for at least the next month. The real question is how will county authorities actually enforce it? While it'll be enforced more strictly, county leaders say the first time someone 16 are under his Claude violating the curfew, they'll be reminded about it and sent home. Subsequent violations will lead to phone calls from police asking a parent to pick their child up. Parents and businesses start facing the prospect of civil fines after the second violation two, the curfew kicks in at midnight on weekends and 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. Now, in some cases, there are valid excuses for a 16 year old or younger to be out during the late hours. Like if they're coming home from work or a school event, it's okay if they're with a parent, too. In Glen Arden, John dome in WTO P news. A former Walt Whitman high school girls rowing coach is now heading to prison today, Kirkland shipley of D.C. was sentenced to three years in prison for sexually abusing a student and possessing sexually explicit material of a 17 year old former student. He'll also have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life, both victims spent time on the girl's crew team at the Bethesda school. One was sexually abused at least twice in shipley's residence as for the other victims shipley had sex with her several times in 2013, and during that time when she was a 17 year old minor, shipley possessed sexually explicit photos and videos of her, shipley pleaded guilty to the charges in June. It's 7 O 6. Do you have long-term care insurance? Premiums for virginians could rise as much as 404% if requests from insurance companies are approved. The Richmond times dispatch reports at 20 different companies have request pending. This with the state corporation commission's bureau of
"shipley" Discussed on WTOP
"Rest of the express lanes from 28 to the beltway are set to open by the end of the year in all its nearly $4 billion project. On 66 Kyle Cooper WTO news. Some big changes start tonight for young people in prince George's county. A curfew goes into effect. It'll stay in place for the next month. And the question is, of course, how will the county actually enforce it? While it'll be enforced more strictly, county leaders say the first time someone 16 are under his Claude violating the curfew, they'll be reminded about it and sent home. Subsequent violations will lead to phone calls from police asking a parent to pick their child up. Parents and businesses start facing the prospect of civil fines after the second violation too, the curfew kicks in at midnight on weekends and 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday. Now, in some cases, there are valid excuses for a 16 year old or younger to be out during the late hours. Like if they're coming home for more or a school event, it's okay if they're with a parent, too. In Glen Arden, John dome in WTO P news. A former Walt Whitman high school girls rowing coach is heading to prison. Today, Kirkland shipley of D.C. was sentenced to three years in prison for sexually abusing a student and possessing sexually explicit material of a 17 year old former student. Shipley will also have to register as a sex offender, both victims spend time on the girl's crew team at the Bethesda school. One was sexually abused at least twice a chipotle's residence, as for the other victims, shipley had sex with her several times back in 2013 during the time when she was 17 years old. Shipley possessed sexually explicit photos as well. Shipley pleaded guilty in the case back in June. It's 5 O 6 as British citizens and others around the globe mourn the passing of Queen Elizabeth and interesting story you might not be aware of locally. The queen did something for the first time right here in our region back in 1957. She went to an American football game that fall at the university of Maryland, college park. She was in town, of course, to visit with president Eisenhower. But Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip wanted to see a football game while they were here, so they went to the university of Maryland and watched the terrapins play against North Carolina, the terps won 21 to 7, Julie taddeo, research Professor of history at the university of Maryland. There are some great photographs where she's surrounded by these big football players and she's with the university president. And the stadium is just packed. And it was just a great moment because I think they wanted to be part of something that's quintessentially American. And that's football. Nick hi Nellie, WTO P news. Up ahead after traffic and weather, we will take you to London and talk with CBS correspondent Steve futterman about the new king of England's first speech to the nation. It's
"shipley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Flash. Well, thank you, Charlie. It's three 48 on Wall Street. The following is an editorial from Bloomberg opinion. With Russia showing little sign of easing its assault on Ukraine. Providing military support to Kyiv remains the west's top priority. Yet delaying civilian reconstruction until the war is over, would be a mistake, significant areas of Ukraine are largely free from fighting, leaving them depressed would only prolong Ukraine's dependence on aid. Western support for reconstruction would also help the war effort by allowing the Ukrainian government to focus on keeping its troops supplied. And there's plenty of Western Allies can do now. For example, in areas where violence has subsided, outside experts could help demine farmland. Rebuilding Ukraine would serve as a potent symbol of unity within the democratic world and a message for future aggressors, getting that work underway as soon as possible is critical to holding down costs, limiting waste and helping Ukraine's people realize a brighter future. This editorial was written by the Bloomberg opinion editorial board. I'm David shipley, for more Bloomberg opinion, please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or go on the Bloomberg terminal. These has been Bloomberg opinion. Adrenaline. Yeah, but you let me drive. Oh, no, no, no, no. Honey, please. I'll do the driving drive on. I want to drive. It's a good question for drivers. This is the drive to the clubs. On Bloomberg radio. All right, we are ten minutes away from the closing bell, helping us bring it over the line is Lisa
"shipley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Those are some of the stories are 2700 Bloomberg journalist and analysts are working on this morning around the world. It is 5 39 on Wall Street. The following is an editorial from Bloomberg opinion. With Russia showing little sign of easing its assault on Ukraine. Providing military support to Kyiv remains the west, top priority. Yet delaying civilian reconstruction until the war is over, would be a mistake, significant areas of Ukraine are largely free from fighting, leaving them depressed would only prolong Ukraine's dependence on aid. Western support for reconstruction would also help the war effort by allowing the Ukrainian government to focus on keeping its troops supplied. And there's plenty of Western Allies can do now. For example, in areas where violence has subsided, outside experts could help demine farmland. Rebuilding Ukraine would serve as a potent symbol of unity within the democratic world and a message for future aggressors, getting that work underway as soon as possible is critical to holding down costs, limiting waste and helping Ukraine's people realize a brighter future. This editorial was written by the Bloomberg opinion editorial board. I'm David shipley, for more Bloomberg opinion, please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or go on the Bloomberg terminal. These has been Bloomberg opinion and Bloomberg opinion editorials can be heard every weekday at this time. Terminal customers can read more at op IN go. Markets this morning and inversion in treasuries, the ten year yield at two 81, the two year yield higher at 2.83%. As we look to stock futures right now, down futures down 54 points. S&P futures, 8 points lower and the NASDAQ futures
"shipley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The way for consumers energy to stop burning coal by 2025. Those are some of the stories our 2700 Bloomberg journalists and analysts are working on this morning around the world. It's 5 39 on Wall Street. The following is an editorial from Bloomberg opinion. President Joe Biden and his allies in Congress are rightly concerned about surging prices. But the president's ideas for lowering inflation have been either beside the point or simply counterproductive. For example, he has again called for a brief gas tax holiday. The savings from this would be modest, and at least partly self defeating because it would increase gas demand, serving to push prices back up. There are better ways to fight inflation. For example, a moderate but broadly based effort to roll back so called national security tariffs and other trade barriers could knock a percentage point off the inflation rate. While this wouldn't totally solve the problem of rising prices, it would at least reduce the pressure American consumers are feeling. And for Democrats nervously eyeing the midterm elections, it might even pay off politically. This editorial was written by the Bloomberg opinion editorial board. I'm David shipley, for more Bloomberg opinion, please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion go on the Bloomberg terminal. These has been Bloomberg opinion. You can hear Bloomberg opinion editorials every weekday at this time, terminal customers can read more at go. S&P futures right now are up 24 points down futures up a 175 NASDAQ futures higher by 96 points futures pointing to more gains setting us up potentially for the first weekly gain for stocks in about a month. Right now the ten year treasury is down one 32nd, the yield 3.09%. We talked more about this market next with Jonathan Gollum. Chief
"shipley" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Analysts are working on this morning around the world It's just about 5 39 on Wall Street The following is an editorial from Bloomberg opinion The House of Representatives recently passed the America competes act and nearly 3000 page compendium of trade and industrial policy initiatives aimed at restoring U.S. economic strength and countering China's commercial power The Senate passed a similarly ambitious measure called the U.S. innovation and competition act last year The U.S. Chamber of Commerce which you'd expect to endorse efforts to strengthen American companies indeed supported the Senate bill but its letter criticizing the house bill makes for cautionary reading The chamber argued that so many market suppressing initiatives are bundled into the competes act it would actually wind up hurting American businesses rather than helping them Congress is now attempting to reconcile the two sprawling bills But it would be better to scrap them both and start over This time with clear and more limited goals This editorial was written by the Bloomberg opinion editorial board I'm David shipley for more Bloomberg opinion please go to Bloomberg dot com slash opinion or OPI and go on the Bloomberg terminal This has been Bloomberg opinion You can hear Bloomberg opinion editorials every weekday at this time Terminal customers can read more at op N go S&P futures now in the green up three points Dow futures still lower but pairing some earlier losses they're now down 35 points NASDAQ futures down 42 points and right now the ten year treasury is up three 30 seconds the yield 1.91% yield on the two year 1.50%.
"shipley" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
"Trivia with buds, podcast, I'm your host Ryan budds, my voice is getting a little raspy because everybody in my house is sick at the moment. So if you're like, what's going on? Why is this guy sound? So weird. I woke up with a little bit of a frog in my throat, but hey, we're still trekking on and recording podcasts of the trivia variety. Today's episode all about commercial jingles, I'll give you part of a jingle. You fill in the blanks with the name of the company or the product, et cetera, that should be a bunch of fun. This one was picked by Christie shipley in her picks for the year. On Patreon, at Patreon dot com slash tribute with buds for $5 a month. You can pick a topic that I will get to at some point throughout the year. I used to say some point throughout the month, but that fell by the wayside pretty quick. So what I do is I do these requests in big batches and that's what I'm up to. These days. Christy shipley picked commercial jingles and a bunch of other stuff like Broadway musicals and things like that that we've done over the past. So thank you Christie for the great idea. And thanks for your support on Patreon. Remember if you sign up for the Patreon at any tier from $1 to $50 or more, you get our special Christmas gift this year, which I will be mailing out at the beginning of December. I revealed what this gift is on social media last night. If you want to go check it out, you can see it on everything. Ryan Budd's on Facebook, trivia with buds on Facebook, Ryan buds on Twitter, Instagram. You can see the link to my brand new book. That's right, it's a trivia book called pop culture puzzles, volume one. And there's 23 puzzles sort of like 23 episodes of this show in written form for you to figure out what the pencil or yell out to your friends at a tribune at home or keep in your car door for a long road trips where you can quit each other. You and your spouse or partner or friends when you're driving somewhere for the holidays. So check all that out, pop culture puzzles, volume one. It's on my Etsy store, which you can find, I think linked in the show notes here. Also just search tribute with buds Etsy and you'll come across it right away. I will ship those out to you. There is a physical version and a digital download, a PDF of the whole thing. If you want to check those out, $10 plus $2 shipping for the physical and $7 with no extra fee for the digital download. All right, we're gonna jump into today's episode, which is all about commercial jingles right now. Here we go. Commercial jingles question number one. Like a good neighbor, blank blank is there. Number one commercial jingles number one, like a good neighbor, blank blank is there. Number one..
"shipley" Discussed on RiYL
"We started ten years ago. It's fifty an hour likely. Forget at this point. We've done it so many times. We forgot that likes. That's fresh to some people you know what especially if you're in case of the side story records when you put out three volumes and you've got volume seventeen and twenty three and twenty five and whatever it is you know you've got you've got people sort of wondering are there twenty four twenty five volumes that i can get an how come. I can't find him anywhere. Where's this missing information. So you know there's we're sort of self aware enough to know that we're creating some deep inside jokes for the future to explore now. There's there's nuggets being left along the way for people to unpack over the course of years. We're having fun with it. Is the joke that you're just kinda screwing with complete. It's a little bit. When i'm will be i mean does not like. That's juicer. advocated. Were numbered record company right. So all of our records are in numerical order. And then if biggest system a series where the numbers don't make any sense to people Shreds a little bit what they know right and what they expect. You're expecting that all of these things come in some kind of war that they would all be. you know. i'll be understandable. Which is why we started an imprint. Called number oh because people kept mispronouncing the name of the record company because there was no new number numero. Numerous ono group rob up. What else we got in is just spend newton number number number. Who know are numerous..
"shipley" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"shipley" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Why. I thought the tom brady market should have been much bigger personally. I thought it should have been much much bigger. And i have a lot of questions on a lot of people that weren't interested in getting tom brady. And they're building. Actually it's so funny. You bring that up right because you know especially last year during the kobe thing we're getting kovic swabbed all the time right. Can you hear me. Yeah we can go back. Please go we're back everybody's back. Okay we're live for all right. Good good so with the kobe thing. The whole thing was. I didn't want to be guided. Gave tom brady. Kobe won wasn't about anybody else. Except for that guy right like so from from an accountability standpoint. You you help you hold back is to a higher standard and he rightfully so right. I mean he's the guy that literally took us to that next level so there were so many people that didn't want to let tom down whether it was a cova test whether it was was whether it was a row whether it was whatever it may be from a football standpoint operational standpoint. You don't wanna let him down and by not letting him down. You don't want to let the team down. How many years did you play the league. Twelve how come all of us older guys have the same exact mindset. Then everybody else all of us. I only played eight years old guys. But i feel like i've been through some wins and some losses and eight years is nowhere near as long as a lot of people including the man. I'm talking to right now but man you get me a vet who's proven i'll fucking do whatever you know what i mean like i will do. I don't understand the mindset of everyb- like i guess because contracts and wait is but greenberg down there in tampa. He's maybe changing the game completely forever on salary caps on the way that whole thing can be work. I mean that veteran team. You guys have down there now. Coach of and and we're a part of last year and everything like that but like big games at you. You pay why people thought maybe the round mound like from moon township couldn't play anymore didn't have a training camp in every zoom calls. Got into an offense. He's been in for ten years but there was just got too old cova going. Get him now. He's got kidnapped stink. No no no. I cannot play great. Football got unlucky. But now that you're still there and still a part of that team aik you you have so many vets. That are proven. You guys should go undefeated. What if you don't go to feed. It's potentially your fucking your little clipboard. It's potentially your fault. You ever think about that. He's watching film right now. What are we even do it. Yeah i mean i think. That's i think that's where there's little opposite over there. I think that's where the blame will be point. It'll be point rate at me. Okay with that. We are done but fair. That's right yeah very fair..
"shipley" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Dan boobs on an electric guitar. Throw a couple. You know squash matches out there. Throw him a couple of locals. You know what. I mean just trying to get there get whatever. Oh god have big eaters. Throw somebody around fifty five times bench. Press him a few times. Wally hit that thing on the way out. Then let boobs come out and shred the students gays saying have shinsegei come in there and just absolutely dominate. Somebody and then have that could target. I mean that is. I don't know if that's going to happen. Which freedom we either way down there. That's b. i didn't even know posits into responses in cleveland. They do the pay per view or being miami over cleveland role in line. I don't know how many i wonder. How many matches it. What do you think you're gonna throw them. I don't know that's what. I'm wondering. I'm alive miami. Oh let's pop down. South florida was rolling. We're back here. Live at rolling lot a hand smack down anyways. Awesome congrats w you comes out of this. What the moments or everything like that. Let's talk about the first hour of the show joining us in this second hour. Third hour it's potentially coming home for these guys hammered down boys four. Pm east at four pm after this show ten minutes after this show and every single day youtube dot com slash hammer downtown digs and at bubble gum. Pena will start with the cova cowboy. The italian stallion will start with the guy who had the rent. Somebody else's jersey in somebody that you know is a known better against the italian soccer team clearly in the first game of this euros but now you have literally blood and heart and passion and loyalty back to the italian soccer team big win yesterday because her in the finals of the fucking euro. Tony this is the europe monroe. That was a that was a sweat. It's what we like to call sweat yesterday. Trying to give away the italian novel. The back line is normally like steel curtain. That's why that's why combined so nice. Yeah and that's why all you italians live by the way in pittsburgh and the the hammer died boost of italy in england to make the finals is not there. It is if this doesn't pay out on my fault to the thousands of people. That max bet that thing fifty. No what got a one fifty i. Nobody told me that. Max pair one fifty shitting me say i know it's normally fifty and i was like well. Let's fuck around and see if we could do one hundred and go through. And then i thought it was one fifty. I don't know that was for everybody down. I also snag that. Did you really carry anybody. Guys i did. I was very assuming it's already too late. It should tell people okay. Just real quick law what you did. Okay that's vandals. Our biggest faint was our biggest partner. Okay they are obviously our exclusive sportsbook but do not get it fucking twisted. We are trying to beat. Yeah we are a natural gambling crew over here when you beat your bookie back in. The day was good day and says i didn't get to do it. Obviously because i was gaming. I didn't really get. I only got like a year of the bookie life and the potential offshore hellacious. Like you're trying to beat the. We're still doing that with phantom literally every single day trying to beat them. Sometimes i wake up in the morning. I bet on russian ping pong as is live. I bet on. it's like a scratch off. I'm trying to win that every single one right. I did not know there was a potential glitch in the max. Bet on a boost because the max for every boost we have ever had has been fifty dollars. They have lost millions off of one boost of ours over there. That felt good by very very good for that. I did not know you could sneak in one hundred fifty on this. My guess is your boasts. Move the needle. So fifty year busse equals one fifty for hammered down boost liability. Are they kind of no. I don't think so. I think we got a lot of people in this one. By the way. I go early. Reports say that there is a potential massive losses over there and i guess this is potentially why this thing hit. So what's this leads right into grumpy. Hey dumpy three o'clock semi-final you've been in semifinals matches before we've been here before you've done that whole thing before to get to the finals then to maybe get it to come home instead of rome how you feel in on day of and if you are the reason and that queen in the country of hers is the reason that this hundred fifty dollar boost that was on fantasy sports book that i only got fifty dollars out of because i don't read good enough obviously or close enough to the entire god damn thing what what happens if england loses is there any chance than loses or is this a lock this boost here. Now that italy got in this is the biggest england match of my lifetime. I go you go back. You go back to twenty eighteen. When they lost in the semifinals to croatia. You had france as a powerhouse waiting on the other side. That england team wasn't as good as this england team. This team. this is it if not now then when it has to come home once a shirt that's liverpool louds. You'll never walk alone that's england. Unfortunately my england tarps are in a storage locker that i do not have a key for thinking back. Ask you to keep paying store. Maybe maybe everything will get opened up and time for you to get that without having.
"shipley" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Wwe in major music festival. Ww superstars will compete in matches. Live from the same stage as travis. Scott oh postie malone a sap rocky and others to ands between collab- respect ariel. Not a bad tweet. They're out of the man who has seven homes and gave us a great interview yesterday for parts moments. Were great right. Everything else was terrible. I don't know what that means. I have no idea what that means. But i'm pumped about it your elaborate with postie. Probably he'll probably call match with. We're tossing the mike postie bid. Wwe fan. i think he is performed at a pay per view or two. I think he has done Beer i think he's stone cold it a few times in post malone those the biz a sap rock i think ricky roster if ross is we need we listen post. Hey great songs love you. Great songs it's recipe. It's postponed recipe. You change the game forever with yourself. Same song ever saw sounds good tastes good and love it every single time a sap rocky travis scott. Hey huge i understand big is rick. Ross performing a fucking role enroll. Is there on friday so smack there. Are you kidding me. I was some ric. Flair is going to be down there right. Because i think rick ross ric flair potential have had previous ommunist could get awesome posible malone's in the ring and he's like about pins and all of a sudden jerry jones's music starts by their rain in tickets. Yeah they're raining. Tickets like seatgeek. Shane role in lies. He's role in live. That's not a gas mask. Jerry's gotta sha kerry richard's gas. Yes golf cart driving man as what if it's against boobs though. Aw jerry jones super take on now.
"shipley" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"And i think it's the future of this if you want to be good in broadcasting you gotta be yourself and authentic. There was a time where troy talks about it. He's like you know. Aikman was going in as the number one analyst for fox and his bosses were saying you gotta talk more about the offensive line play and he said why and they said 'cause madden does it because millen does it because that's just how it's done he's like but i'm a quarterback. I don't look at the game that way and they kind of got around now. Romo does his own thing and now it's kind of breaking open with you guys and what you're doing that i look at you. Look at burleson. I look at it. Keep to even the few games he's done. You don't have to get in this weird box you can be and still be really entertaining and educate the viewer. I appreciate what you guys do. I appreciate how it's you and your boys on your own terms. That's the coolest thing about surgery appreciate that we do. We love that. We thank you for that Whenever you talk about the people that are making decisions though at places like your place and other places. They don't necessarily agree with that. I'll be working for you someday. Fat listen actually. That's the thing. I don't know if i have the ability to do that. Because i don't know how long the future this is the. Nfl thing is the name image. Likeness thing. i'm trying to figure out how we do that but it ends with us not potentially pissing somebody off or fucking somebody over. Somebody like that is a tough. I'm not. I don't have that executive know and those guys are amazing. What they do. And i look at the fox. Pregame show is such envy and and like. Aw that it's been. How we terry jimmy curt menefee and james performance strahan for all those years and i work with those guys and glaser. They love each other. They love the bosses. They loved the producers and they get along so well. It's what you guys have in your little world but it's within that corporate umbrella. I think that's pretty cool. It's rare to find that though we're trying to do that with good morning football and i think we've hit on grade level with that as well with our own camaraderie. But what do you see to buy. That's gonna last you think longtime because you all hope so you really do. Franks shrinks traits. Flying coach really good incredible. Nate burleson is really good at everything else that he does outside of good morning football. Kay adams what she's on entertainment tonight and everything really good. People people cow brandt. He's about the host a massive show for network that he's currently in australia for that deal in the energy. You guys have in the vibe. You have. I've thought about this a couple of times like do you think and i'm not gonna talk you know. Do you think that show is going to be able to with that. I also social show but it seems like what you're talking about the corporate world right. What happens is you get a good mix but then everybody's really good so like okay here. We go this person gets boom. This person gets boom. This person gets bom. And then they try to recreate that and oftentimes. It's very difficult to do what you guys ever special. What i'm saying is. I wonder it's gonna get tough for you guys to not. I think because how good that show is and how many people watch who watches and how good you guys are. I tell you this from my perspective. And i spoken to the other. Three hosts plenty times about it. We built this thing together. Like there's such loyalty to each other. We love doing it and all those other opportunities stemmed from being on good morning football three hours a day and the great chemistry. We have so. I love working with kale of work of working with nate. And i love our producers. I'm hoping and praying that the nfl network is kind enough to let us keep doing it. But obviously nate burleson doesn't need good morning football right now. He's on the sunday morning. Cbs show he can host any show he wants. He doesn't entertainment but we really get along. We have a good time in. Our show is different and he doesn't have to wear a suit and tie and sell the whole time like we could talk. We could talk to each other so hopefully we can all stay together. I know that the four of us would like to. We'll see what happens. But i mean that's happened and pat. Riley called it the disease of me when they started winning and everyone said magic wanted. His james worthy wanted his. And you've got to avoid the disease of me. We haven't had hit us yet. Hopefully that stays this way. There's no you know individual diva on our show. Which i think you can appreciate being on ensemble group as well. The disease of me is an interesting way to paint a picture from an executive standpoint of your people getting fucking and broken off not buy button. I understand what you're saying. let's talk about. Let's talk about flying coach. Great show because you might get broken off. The disease of me might get in for that because it is a great show. You're talking to people that everybody wants to talk to with a guy in sean. Mcvay that everybody wants to talk to. You have great chemistry there. The conversations are go tie has listened to every minute of every single one. I've only got a chance to hear. Clips the one. Today they'll cow. Shane.
"shipley" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"He's choosing talk about then. Charles barkley bright charles. Barkley man. I got a chance to listen to. This guy's cool like a lot of people say a lot of things. I think d- shambo one. Even though he played like shit he had a couple balls. Five hundred yards. But i think we know exactly. What d- shambo is right. This is a like we thought a massively meathead nerd the way. He thinks the way acts everything about him. He's a gulf nerd. Who's also meet at. Who's eating three thousand calories of food on the golf course. That's that's a whole day all day for people. He eats every time. He's on a golf course because he said he burns five to six thousand calories so he's losing just like ten to fifteen pounds every day on the course or whatever he's gonna science equation listening to him how he explains putting and his decision making insane. But i think i found myself. Liking de sham bro. A lot more than maybe going into it. So i think it was overall win. Win win for everybody including tnt. You got six hours of commercial time. That they could use for that day. I thought pricing was a robot. And then he's throwing jabs at charles barkley about san antonio woman on the i mean it was a whole entire thing that kind of humanized him just as long as the other guy came early and was terrible. He has been in the pot. I don't know if you guys saw did you guys is i. I teebox. No i t bucks okay. So i think aaron i'm potentially had similar reactions like know what this tape out. He said wait wait. He was right before tom teed off and he saw brought tape for your whatever in. Tom said this pants and decian bill. I mean pretty savage. Br prop and i. I didn't really goes nuts for your lips or whatever and then he like giggled and walked away and i'm sure i'm sure god damn this is not going to be all day is because somebody told de shamburg do that. Yeah i d- shambhu. I think somebody told him to do that. As a thing and housing this guy's gonna stink like guys gonna lose today. I was actually watching. I was like all right so erin. I hope aaron does well. I want them to win. Obviously can't wait to see more. Tom here learned golf from phil. But this guy does suck does. That's immediately what i thought. Boy that lasts six and a half hours of that thing. It really did change completely. I became a d. shan bro fan. I see i wouldn't go that far. I mean wasn't terrible. And like you said i didn't see the first part but knowing that it's huge that he then chipped in because people immediately forgot about like this guy's an absolute buffoon but he was carrying them early like it was kind of the perfect setup. I still think it would have been better. If i mean cat go would have been you know his partner something or utilizing those two. I don't know like he was fine. But i will say burying de shambhu incredible. And by the way the internet i think was very against de sham bro. Early not only for everything. That's happened with brooks in his caddy. The rappaport news. That came out on this particular. I mean that guy was not running into a good pr session. Then i t- comes out with the tape. It was like everybody on earth was like okay. He's talking shit so now we can talk back right in. Phil was you know. I don't know if that's fill. And everybody talks to bryson because our nerdy is and bryson just the self awareness he they're not talking shit going but it appears as if they are definitely all talking shit to him and he has no idea and then towards the end i think the i think the tide turned in d. Sham bros favors now. If kepco and de shambo we're playing against each other and tom was with capt d. Shamba i mean. Obviously we're going to get better golf you know. It's going to be a lot more intense and everything like that. I think it's gonna get dialed in but phil mickelson. He acts as if did he create the match. Nicholson create the match loss. He's the only one who's played in every single one of them because he has said we. He said a lot at the match. And they talked about tailor-made. No calloway who says he's a cowboy errands. Tailor-made so callaway. Then he said. Calloway has such a been such a massive sponsor of us or this or he's he referred to the match a couple of times by listening to him that it sounded there are some ownership almost over and by the way i think i'm completely okay with that because i think he made the decision once. We're starting to get boring in digs. Brought this up this morning. I one hundred percent agree with him by the way congrats italy penalties cheeky penalty. All when bald-heads day barrister day could big car home daily england today at three but digs right like i think kind of got a little bit of a read that it was getting boring and then he started doing his gulf fit. Salaam calling shot garner phil mickelson. Look at this do this kind of em- by the way. I can only speak from personal experience but i thought that was something that was missing in the punting and kicking game which is why the hashtag for the brand videos kind of started innovate. Still gone on because there's a lot of shit happening within a kick punt than people have no idea because the commentators don't ever talk about it. I think phil and d. Shambo yesterday phil mostly driving it in through this entire match him explaining that there is a lot of things happening here in d shamba when he got into the putting thing. Where it's like i'm going eighty percent here. The name this like those are the types of intricacies of golf that you never really get to hear about. And there's probably only a certain amount of people in the world that can really do it digest it and dissect it live on television at the same damn time and i think that is one of the big upsides of the match so a fill is one of the founders or feels. As if it's his thing i think he's in the right for. I love the match yesterday. It was awesome and it was weird too. Because i think originally it was slotted. For what like five to eight and then it was supposed to go to. Tbs or something. But i mean it was forty five and they were on the seven.
"shipley" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"This guy he charming. He's funny it's it has to be so annoyed. It's just like aaron rodgers whenever he would come on this show. Now we have to pivot off. Tom and phil phil telling us what he's going to do to the exact yards and they'll thing and i mean he definitely extends that match probably another two to three hours every time but it's nice to hear him kind of breakdown what he's going to be hearing de shambo in how he operates was also fascinating. I think for a bit utterly confusing. But tom being awesome and likable was my biggest takeaway. Like okay this dude is legit like it seems like this guy somehow has remained human which all of his teammates have said. Oh always teammates love being his team. Aaron fucking rogers. He might have had the greatest five hour live television gulf performance. I've ever seen in my entire life and it was awesome. Us knew he was going in. Packers fans hated him. Some packers fans hated him. Nfl fans if they didn't listen to the show this fall and it didn't have his back throughout this entire thing. Think he's a diva pompous. Asshole is how people were painting. Aaron rodgers yesterday long hair flowing with the kiss of the hawaiian son. I don't know if you see that's the hair a little bit. Every time i come back to why i go back to. Whenever i was a kid was like full blonde hair because son you know natural son in their head. The great hair. Okay has been saying. I haven't been golfing five and a half hours. I read a book. I meditate l. a.'s. Tougher whatever he's kind of sandbag missing de shambo loses caddy. He's had do these awkward. Little press conferences or tom brady has brilliantly and beautiful fashion a right hook across the bow. Zoom call. I mean the whole lead up to this thing. Was that air instincts golf. He's not in shape for golf. He's not shape for football. He doesn't he's going to quit. He's gonna leave. Everybody hates them then he gets. There starts out a little bit rough starts other still very quiet by the way. I'm not here to just kind of quiet. Little quips here. Then he makes that putt. Okay then i then as the sun starts moving and he starts sweating a little bit you start getting his cats look like he's been fucking doing squats and step ups and lifts and things like that every single day for the last three months while you're gonna why he looked in incredible fucking chase down past you and he looked because it kentucky derby might diet or so. I don't know what he was doing. He looked incredibly small. But when you're talking about how. He looked he looked. He yoked then he makes that putt and he just started bawling. I mean he started playing better than his goddamn pro. They're using his. He was starting then. Start get real confident. There was some slide comments coming in. He dropped fuck shit naturally. If everybody's like that's what. I would do on a golf course as well. He had some hilarious. I mean he not only dominate golf. Anyone like a world series of poker bracelet hurtful in the mattress. Cool that it couldn't get over his big fucking hand there at the beginning of that whole thing. He was hilarious like boden. Give giveaway anything that happened and still did address. The whole thing saying we'll see when he was talking about being at the first game against the saints for the green bay packers whenever the announcer. Who's a milwaukee guy. I guess tried to ask them and lead them in their charles. Ask them larry. Tom asked him and he played it off. Somehow an incredibly cool fashion came out looking good on the other side. And i think everybody's on his side now and i started thinking to myself this handsome motherfucker could be. Pj if he wanted he has the mindset to go ahead and lock in on something he can train he can do that and it seems like his natural ability. I mean who knows how much he's been golfing but let's just assume it's been a pretty good amount. If he was he was balling out there. Oh yeah absolutely. Bali they get the win de shambo. Hit a ball five hundred yards. I mean pretty much every bet that we thought we threw out yesterday pretty much clean. I hole birdie. I win for aaron and de shambo. It was a beautiful night beautiful day. It was lot longer than i thought but it is such a nice break of entertainment those matches. I enjoy a lot at tie schmidt. Big packers fan. Were you alarmed about the wool. See we don't know and then at the end when he told tom next week maybe we'll find out something. That was a little something that dropped out there. What were your thoughts as a fan of erin and then obviously a packer. No yeah i mean he. He won the day lately with charles. Barkley had a great he did. Charles barkley had a great day. Charles barkley had a great day. Aaron rodgers the one that they feel great day. Unbelievable unbelievable aaron rodgers one yesterday and i. I assume he thought there was a chance that was going to happen. And he went in there very comfortable prepared both for any any questions that they were gonna live out there and body. Why y and he played their last week. They caught him on hot bike. I mean he's sandbagged a little bit going in there he look. We won the day but as a packers owner. You are tie your thoughts on how that whole thing pan and i wasn't worried at all. It was because like you said i mean. He didn't seem any different. He seemed like the guy who was on the show all just kinda relaxed comfortable. He was trading jabs with the guys like he wanted to shut up. Yeah exactly he wasn't being timid or weird when they asked him the question like and he kind of set the precedent early. Like hey i get that you guys are going to ask me this but like i'm not gonna say anything today like i'm locked in right now on the golf course and that's what i'm focused on so it wasn't like a shit. He's not going to be there. It was honestly it was just nice to be like okay. I can just enjoy him locked in playing golf right now because it was very very fun to watch and he now i don't know how many friend groups have these anymore. How many friend groups in the country have this particular guy in your friend group but if you have high hilarious guy in your group. Who's pretty quiet. I feel like that was aaron. Yesterday was the kind of quiet high guy who seeing everything. Yeah in by the way smarter than probably everybody. Everybody in the not obviously aaron yesterday. But i'm talking about when it comes to this particular friend that is in a lot of friend group. She is normally very high normally. I'm not saying earn was obviously didn't potentially day reference to fill activate cannabinoid receptor. I'm not saying he was or he wasn't but that's exactly the like. I thought back to a couple of my incredibly high hilarious. Smart friends out there in i just at the beginning. I assume people were like oh stinks. This guy's boring and then once you get five hundred is like all. This guy has been kind of. Been the drive behind this entire thing now if he plays like shit. I'd like to see how that goes. Which could it change but him getting through it and playing great who cares. It was because in the end they needed him for that to be entertaining because the shambo was playing shit and he wasn't really say i mean he's he's not that interesting i don't think on his liked up segments. Like let's say this about these shambo. Let's get into dude. Sham bro. Okay let's get into d sham bro. Bryson de shambo. Aaron i interview about these shambo. Aaron goes ask as a maniac. The things he likes to talk about and things he likes. He's a maniac man. Like by the way perfectly stated as the high friend in the grilling this guy is an absolute what he's talking about..
"shipley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"At the Brookings Institution. Shipley. Thank you so much for joining us my pleasure. I'm Sarah Gonzalez in for 10, Xena Vega and you're listening to the takeaway. President Biden has proposed the American families plan and as part of the plan, he is proposing $200 billion for free, Universal preschool. If past, experts say the package, which would also set aside $225 billion to make child care more affordable, would represent the largest ever American investment in child care and early education and to help us understand the long term effects of preschool. We can look to Boston back in the late nineties. Boston offered preschool to some of its Children through a lottery. And this week, researchers released a study looking at the long term effects of preschool education on those Children. Here to help us understand what they found is one of the authors of the study. I'm joined by Christopher Walters, associate professor of economics at UC Berkeley and affiliated with the Mighty School Effectiveness and Inequality Initiative. Christopher Thank you so much for being here. Hi, Sarah. Thanks so much for having me. So let's start first, with just what happened in Boston in the late 19 nineties with preschool who was involved in this what happened? Sure So, like a lot of states and localities in the U. S. Boston has a public preschool program for three and four year olds and its program. Actually, Coast goes back quite a long time. Like you said, back to the late 19 nineties. And as you alluded to a kind of interesting institutional feature of the way public preschool in Boston works is that assignment to the program actually happens partially by lottery. So parents who want their kids to attend preschool will submit their preferences over which programs they want to attend. They have some priorities based on like where they live, whether they have a sibling enrolled. And then within those groups because there aren't enough seats for all the kids that want to attend the district actually breaks ties by random lottery to decide who gets a slot. So we as researchers, we can use that to understand the impacts of the program by comparing the kids who randomly win and lose those lotteries to get seats. So researchers like yourself thought, well, this is a good opportunity to follow these Children and do a really long study. We'll get into some of the findings some of your findings in a bit, But first, can you just give us a sense? What? What did past studies on the benefits of preschool show US? Yes. So we actually have a lot of pretty encouraging evidence on the impacts of preschool from a couple of different kinds of studies. One set of studies are randomized studies kind of like what we're doing in Boston in the past, typically conducted on pretty small scales. A famous example of that is the Perry Preschool project. In the 19 sixties, which randomized a very small number of kids to an intensive, high quality preschool program, and researchers there found very large positive impacts on all kinds of outcomes. Over kids entire lives from attending preschool. And then we have studies of some bigger programs like head Start that typically come from non experimental research strategies. So comparisons of kids that attend head start to those who don't And those also tend to find positive effects. But with that, with that type of research design, your voice a bit worried, you know. Is there something else that's different between the head Start kids and the non head start kids, So our study is kind of bridging that gap. We have both a pretty big program. In Boston serving a lot of kids and also this randomized design kind of a natural experiment that comes from the assignment process that lets us get a clean estimate of what the program actually did.
"shipley" Discussed on KTRH
"Declare a national emergency. Once that's declared then they need to declare martial law. Many of the protesters were draped in trump flags. Not many were seen wearing face masks and defiance of Travis County health orders. Eric liked him reporting some Spectators will be allowed into the Texas House for the start of the next legislative session. The housemaid, a limited number of general admission tickets available today, they're only available on a first come first served basis. People can get more information by going to eventbrite dot com and searching for Texas House of Representatives. The legislative session starts January 12th. Democrats will have control of the Senate after John also off one history runoff election in Georgia. Democrats and Republicans will both have 50 seats in the Senate for the next two years, making Kamila Harris the tie breaking vote. In theory, it also makes Chuck Schumer, the majority leader. Some Houston area bar and restaurant owners are refusing to close or reduced capacity under Governor Greg Abbotts Rollback plan due to a high percentage of covert hospitalizations here is county Judge Lena Hidalgo says they can expect a visit from local authorities but admits she can't get to everyone. Fire. Marshall works on enforcement in the unincorporated ER is of Harris County alongside the sheriff, the different cities, police departments and force and the enforcement varying levels and we don't we're not able to control to what extent each individual city does their job that from our TV partner channel to the Texas Department of State Health Services sent letters to county judges in nine counties, including Harris, Fort Bend, Montgomery, telling them that the coronavirus hospitalizations have been higher than 15%. For seven straight days. Woodlands Congressman Kevin Brady is in quarantine after testing positive for the virus. Brady tweeted the announcement on Tuesday night, saying he'd received a dose of the Fizer vaccine on December 18th and tested negative for the virus. On New Year's Day. He begins treatment today, Dozens of mass vaccination sites are popping up all over as officials try to get more people protected from the coronavirus. Colorado, Texas, Massachusetts. And Pennsylvania are among states opening facilities. New York City is also preparing to set up five centers. The Shipley family has sold its Houston Donut shop chain to an Austin company, Lauren Shipley, The third is retiring and says he believes Peak Rock Capital is the best steward for Shipley and promised the family would remain as an investor. His grandfather founded Shipley, Doughnuts and 1936. As a single shop in Houston before it was expanded by his son into other states. Carnival.
Maryland Stepping Up Enforcement Of COVID-19 Restrictions Ahead Of Thanksgiving
"The battle against Cove it over Thanksgiving week. Maryland's governor says he's taking enforcement of covert restrictions seriously. But what does comply or else mean coronavirus regulations are getting more strict. With Montgomery County, announcing that private indoor gatherings of more than 10 people will now be prohibited and a face coverings will be required at all times outdoors for businesses. Maryland State police will be sending out compliance teams to make sure owners air following the rules, Additional troopers will be focused. On this enforcement Greg Shipley with Maryland State police. We've had a great response from the business community are troopers will be working in support of local health officials, local law enforcement We hope for voluntary compliance, he says of business owners refused to comply. They could be shut down for a period of time or be hit with criminal charges. As for individual customers who don't follow the rules, they could be immediately arrested. Nick Kind
Minnesota Twins relieved Buxton's left foot injury just a sprain
"Byron. Buxton was injured last night. Dan didn't believe me when I brought it at like five fifty five I. Don't know what they were doing at target field if they were doing and inner squad scrimmage or whatever it was yesterday, I wasn't at the shoot around I. Don't know if you're at the shoot around no I I'm. I'm sitting there and I'm going through twitter and I think it was Dan Hays from the athletic who had at first and then everybody kind of followed suit of your gleaming video of yes, yeah, and at first somebody actually it was John Shipley had it first and mentioned that he thought Buxton got hurt running into the wall, which turned out to be incorrect, he corrected that pretty quickly, but for a moment there you already can't make it up. No, it was almost like you really can't make it up by him. Running into a wall turns out. He got his foot basically caught in the Turf Yup was carted off. And it's a left mid foot sprain. He is listed as day today. It's amazing. It's amazing. Man and it's just so weird because. Every good prospect that we've ever that we've been really excited. About has just been okay or been derailed by injuries
Will 2020 see stocks gain?
"Is will next year see stocks game as they have so clearly in twenty nine to commemorate the say joining us now on the London studio shanty callin investment rector of brown should be handy good morning welcome thank you for joining us on Christmas Eve above and beyond the call of Jesus let me pick up on that for them to have their about the relative requirements or traction is really I guess of equities and bonds going into twenty twenty what's your colon so we we favor equities over bonds right now but we don't have dramatic you know dramatic overweight and and under weight I think with that could ease the valuations are still pretty reasonable considering that interest rates are quite low in in the US and extremely low and in Europe and there's also the you know economic growth is okay it's not fantastic but there is corporate activity and the direction of travel seems positive in terms of things like purchasing manager indices kind of bottoming out and we've had you know the past ten years you've had a couple spells where you know it's kind of a lot of the economic indicators of gone badly and then and then things have picked up how much and with that in mind and John damage she worry about earning season heading into twenty twenty effort to keep cheeks earlier on and he was saying he sees he says scene at the profit margins of U. S. corporates rolling out of a and some people remain concerned that manufacturing recession in the US and elsewhere turns into some sort of biggest squeeze on margins that the trade war necessitates pouncing on increased harassing customers how much of that is a concern that earnings season I think it is a concern this year in some ways we had kind of easy right at the beginning of the year because expectations were just so low after the you know the worries we have the end of last year and now we you know we had companies sort of they were just meet expectations and stocks will go up and I think next year we back into people probably expecting better so that is certainly a risk if you look ahead into next year you know perhaps swimming start earning season what do we get those first few days of some of the big banks and tech companies that could certainly move markets will cause all this is what you know is happening in the context we we we can't talk about that side what's going on around it affects it dramatically in terms of what we're talking about here there's obviously the US China trade scenario not to mention this whole election that's coming up in the US fairly shortly how is that going to affect things these are the first with US China trade situation there is something called the pipe as we sit there may well be before too long how do you see that going into twenty twenty in effect it will have so I'd I'd like to see something in writing either VI because we've been here before so many times we say there's a deal you know and then and then it kind of fizzles out and nothing happens and even with the things that have been announced recently China has set slightly different things from the U. S. so you don't really know what's actually there or you're still sign anything I think trump probably needs a win more than he used to when you consider the troubles of impeachment election coming up so I think you'll probably be more inclined to sign saying but the other thing is he's kind of swung public opinion in America towards being supportive of being tough on China and now if you sign something that scene is too easy to sort of have a win does that backfire what do you think the market's expectation chancy is a phase two phase three of any conversations beyond phase one because as much as as we still haven't seen that that the income the paper phase one but we certainly expect that phase two and three we'll have a full of follows would be tougher yeah and the phase one was you know okay will will buy some more agricultural products and will commit perhaps opening some markets if you're going to actually have the conversations about stuff you know state investment in state subsidies and the government's involvement in markets that's a much harder conversation and giving his government's everywhere subsidize business anti tax credit so so it's not that the U. S. entirely innocent they they do that as well it but it's a matter of degree and how do you enforce it and what mechanisms you right into a contract to verify that a judge you because it's it's a match of of two so he took over the side what are the Chinese ones out of this what would they consider to be a victory that they couldn't sell to that people yeah and for them in some ways they're in a better position because they're not a democracy they're not beholden to election cycles they can take a much longer if you there a Connie is probably slowing a bit more than the US economy is so so that something that they'd like to six but you know they can do stimulus they can do more investment they can lower capital requirements they have levers they can pull the they did the cash injection I heard about this morning will that be effective would be a way of of of winning having of games on that side to me they could be back slightly more competitive towards the Americans maybe it's it depends on how how far you want to go a lot of the stimulus measures they did this year didn't seem to have a huge impact it was estimated to be getting they put something like five percent of GDP in stimulus into their economy and you know maybe held it flat but it didn't lead to huge growth burst the other thing with China's they still have the song went Amick of switching from being export oriented to the consumer driven economy and maybe they say well you know the exports are going great we'll focus on that and we'll focus on growth of our middle class and driving consumption growth and that's how a lot of you know you do exports first and then you have to move on to that that stage what do you expensive out to Sansa getting into twenty twenty you get new have a the explosions technology stocks along tech the tech sector your short oil at WHYY excitement about technology when you know it's come along way and also there were regulates the risks that hang over it so I still think technology has a lot of really attractive barriers to entry competitive advantages scalable business models you know those things process and I think a lot of people to underestimate the scale of change in society and things like you know you say okay you know online shopping or are we done with that no there's still a huge portion of sales that are in stores in cash there's more to go things like moving to cloud you know infrastructure again there's so many businesses that aren't there yet so I think people make the mistake of looking around saying the trend started and not realizing how far that trend can actually go online shopping the very busy in my house in the last two to three days I was I panic I think was breaking out probably but yes certainly interested in the technology and what it offers gentry thank you so much anti calendar investment director acts brown Shipley joining us in our London studio some thoughts about
Menstrual cups are as safe and leakproof as tampons and pads
"We often spoken about it publicly in the problems at the Dixie in the poor a world for women who are on that period and don't have access to pads or tampons well a relatively inexpensive and a potentially reusable plastic alternative called menstrual Cup as being declared to be after scientific survey safe reliable alternative pretty leak proof as well as the issue of how to deal with period flows a big one round the world and absorbent tampons or can be expensive hard to come by but the Cup which fits in the same way could be a good alternative to speak to the lead author of this report professor Penelope Phillips how would from the Liverpool school of tropical medicine who's that speaking to us while she's traveling thanks very much for joining us a professor first off we just give us an idea why do they make a good alternative and what's the make a good alternative they all are reliable safe and affordable and say one Cup can be bought and it can last up to ten years so although there is an actual cost of an average price of about twenty three dollars it will then lost and you and you need one Cup it will then last for about ten years so at the cost comparison is extremely good against disposable pads and tampons that can only be used once and they have to be thrown away right that that's a very interesting comparison I mean that's that's cost over time the initial cost is still quite high would you therefore be recommending that these be subsidized in some way handed out with with the idea that they become a good are they become more of more advantageous over time yes absolutely if there is an opportunity if there are charities philanthropy different programs that have the funding or I'm able to support for the initial costs of of the purchase or to provide them at a cost price then it will be affordable to even the most impoverished and as as an alternative as effective your your study seems to suggest yes so we looked at about forty three different studies from around the world also those studies that was a direct comparisons related to leakage this was only in that a small proportion for studies but leakage of blood and they performed as well if not better than temple Hey there full professors the less awareness of them because that's a crucial thing if they're a good idea more people should know about them what what's in play what are the motivations for these not being so well known about yes that said really tricky question to onsite Shipley I think it's because they're about a hundred ninety nine brands but mostly that relatively small scale please so they don't have big profit margin to be able to display them in all the different places in the world where people can easily see them and make them pop and because of that there's little to moms and because as the total amount is that from non H. and so at this that cycle a little not knowing about this option so that was one of the reasons for us to be interested in reviewing all the available to staff to dispel any myths related to safety what are the issue SO many thanks indeed for joining us professor Penelope Phillips how it from the Liverpool school of tropical medicine they also nine oh it's just as good as the alternative indie possibly better the
What you need to know about anhydrous ammonia, the chemical spilled in Beach Park
"And this week in agriculture all input product made the news not in the way, we like to see it. But people have been asking what's it all about? Well, my arms wrong has a guest who will explain to us much Santana hydros ammonia fertilizer is in the news this week. We wanted to talk about about the nature of that fertilizer is used how important it is to farmers the president of the fertilizer and Asian gene pain joins us here and genus something folks are very very familiar with give us a little bit of history and hikers ammonia has been used for decades has it not on our farm fields. In the nineteen sixties really after World War Two was over and the industrial revolution kind of focused on improving wife on on domestic plane, it became very prevalent and Illinois agriculture in fact, our association with four originally as the Illinois anhydrous ammonia, and that's because we knew this product always needs to be handle with care. And we knew our members would have to have the right training and quit knowledge and expertise in order to bring this to Eleanor agriculture boy now it is used in this state on probably tens, and tens of thousands of acres, but it's used another state as well. Not primarily used for corn. Although it also used for week, but in Illinois where we have ten to eleven million acres of corn planted every year, it provides nitrogen probably for about sixty percent of the corn crop and the other forms of nitrogen means would be liquid ammonia called A N. We call it which is just twenty eight percent nitrogen or then dry urea, which is a forty six percent nitrogen and hydrogen eighty two percent. So anybody that's looking for fishing, teas and concentration and able to cover a lot of acres with not a lot of product. That's why it's been so so you so well in Illinois for so many years because we can get a lot of nitrogen to a lot of cornfields in short amount of time state, really respond. Well, do they not? In other words, it has significant yield impact. Nice bridge organic lace oils and hydrogen Mon you likes to attach to water. And and so in our soil's really grab onto the which is why we can even fall apply it and have armor Z ready in the spring. Plant, and they had their fertilization already done. So we're fortunate knowing they have the kind of oil that are very conducive to among is not unusual to hear a handling incident. It seems like with so many rural communities where the product is used you do here every now and then on the social media or you'll hear a report about a some kind of an escape of the gas and quite often, it's very very minor insignificant. But it is always treated seriously by association members and the farmers the product. Storage tanks. Eleanor twenty five thousand nurse. They go out to field. So the scope is rather large nurse. Help us out the nurse tank for those who aren't familiar with it? What are you talking about one that we use the term to feed the farmers fields? So we attach him to the applicator Vars, and that ammonia gets injected down into the soil at the retail level. We have larger storage tanks, then we transfer the product into the nurse tanks in the nursing what you see on the road going out to the of application have been what we saw from the aerial photographs of news. Helicopters those nurse tanks behind that tractor tanks. Shipley or either one thousand or one thousand five hundred gallons each and those are the ones that we have twenty five thousand annoy to the to your point about we have releases from time to time. Yes. Because the scope of the industry extremely large. However, we performed thousands of movement in the spring and the fall and move close to seven hundred fifty thousand tonnes of Monja in that manner. And really we've been quite proud of our. Safety records, keep this nonflammable gas under pressure very much into close system and never exposed to the environment certainly not to people but from time to time. It does happen. Typically doesn't happen densely populated area. Which is why yesterday's event caught so much attention when former is handling or someone with agriculture retail who serves the farmers how do they prepare for handling it when they're connecting disconnecting tag do many of them wear a mask where protective gloves? How do they prepare? Department regulations impeccable. Former retailer so the personal protective equipment as required. Minimum dog that completely protect your is usually long-sleeve protect your skin and then gloves to protect your hands. So they don't have any skin or exposure to ammonia and always have water on hand the first aid for ammonia is water water water and fresh air. And so we always carry at least five gallons of water on every nurse tank at all of our we have one hundred fifty gallon container that someone could actually jump into if they're supposed to ammonia. So it's really rather simple when it comes to exposure and first aid and personal protective equipment. But a lot of the times when that cloud of ammonia forms liquid hits the atmosphere vaporized expand eight hundred fifty times. And that's why that cloud looks so large yesterday in may have only been a couple thousand gallons of product, but it expanded so far because it favorite is is when it hits the atmosphere, and then it. Water maps and in early morning time when the moisture levels are down by the ground. That's why you saw that cloud. Kind of hanging takes sober pneumonia for you to be able to smell and react to it. I'm sure for the people experience that you could see from the interviews, and it's certainly can harm your UK's membranes. And you saw that reaction of the people that were exposed to the first responders may not have known what they had their one could imagine especially thirty in the morning, you're in the suburb of Chicago and rolling up on something like that the has met response hazardous material response by the fire and emergency services in the region seem to be very appropriate though, once they realized what they had their shelter in place. Close your windows. Turn off all your ventilation is the number one recommendation, and I really commend them because yes, I doubt at four thirty in the morning, it works acting anything like that. And it's a white cloud. It could look like fog at a distance until of course, you get upon it. And then you know, egress is something we always train about usually when these happened in the field of that. -cation in the cornfield is fairly easily to get away. From the cloud. You go the other direction of the wind or or get away from it. You don't have encumbrances like rose and highways and houses and things like that. So that's why we always recommend to our members to use a different form of nitrogen in densely populated area. And and really in hydrogen is more properly used in areas of the state where you don't have a dent population.
U.S. Farm Bill opens door on hemp; FDA to consider new cannabis policy
"Signing this Bill we are protecting crop insurance programs and funding that producers rely on in times of disaster that law also legalizes the industrial production of hemp, it's a strain of the cannabis plant that contains very low levels of THC. Meaning that you're not gonna get high from it. William Shipley is a dairy in tobacco farmer who's making a transition into him production. William welcome. You grew ten acres of hemp this year under a pilot program in Tennessee. But under this new farm Bill, you can grow more. What are your plans? I would lock to fan sixty acres. How would lock to that's my go tobacco slowly phasing away and going away, and I won't be able to
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"For entertainment, which displaces sleep or other cognitively challenging activities which may interrupt the stress recovery cycle needed for growth. And you study warns that the immune systems of killer whales, as well as their ability to reproduce are at extreme risk due to contamination of polychlorinated biphenyls or pay CB's despite their being nearly global ban in the chemicals for thirty years. PCB's with chemicals commonly used in electron IX. Now a report in the journal science wounds that the ongoing pay CB threat effects more than half of the world's orcas. It says that over the next hundred years, whale populations near industrialized regions and those at the top of the food chain, our at a high risk of population. Collapse. Well, the United Nations, Atomic Energy Agency couldn't find them so is rarely Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu is exposed Iran's top sacred Nikolay away house. It turns out it's in the very hot of Tehran. These rarely prime minister also disclosed the location of three illegal rain. Missile factories in Beirut Netanyahu provided the corroborating evidence to the United Nations. General assembly, giving the coordinates and warning that these limit Republic is now dispersing fifteen kilograms of radioactive material throughout Tehran. In order to hide it from you and atomic weapons inspectors, the United Nations. General assembly was told this evidence proves Tehran has not abandoned its nuclear weapons program and Shipley hiding. It gets with told that sacred atomic warehouse is being used for storing massive amounts of quick material from Iran's sacred nuclear weapons program. Paleontologist discovered an older relative. The Brontosaurus theropod dinosaur in South Africa, a report in the journal. Current biology says the fossils of the twelve ton two hundred million year old behemoth well on earth on a farm on the border of South Africa and Sota. They say the gigantic hub of will was one of the first four legged Sarah pods, but it had yet built the elephant like legs exhibited by most out of the Sarah pods. Syrup pods as dinosaurs with elephant, like bodies and legs are very long, neck and small head at one end and a long tail of the other just think of Dana from the Flintstones. The new dinosaur is be named leader, mighty my foodie, which means giant thunderclap at dawn in the Africans. Soto language. This being another major security breach at Facebook with the social media giant confirming that more than fifty million profiles, including that of the company's boss. Mark Zuckerberg of Bain hat, hackers have exploited a fault that affected the US feature, which lets people say what their profiles look like to someone else. The tech giant was forced to log out of a ninety million accounts to help resolve the issue with the details with joined by Alexandra Royd from IT why there was a vulnerability in the view as that allow people to upload a happy birthday via and some have access to these tokens, and he's tokens were like little ks that allowed you to love Becky without having to Raeside in every single time. And the head is rival to Hannah size and then Bryk into people's accounts and take the migrant colluding Motsak bug and his sister shell Sambat and Facebook. I announced that it was fifty million. Then they said, look, we've reset the titans on total of ninety million accounts, but the clear lesson to be learned from here. And the interesting thing is this hack was detected a year. A year ago over a year ago taken a long time to figure this out, and they saw a surge in his view as tippety which took them off. So I say into realize something was now what it shows is that you shouldn't using your Facebook blogging to log into online services because there's also a worry that people were able to use these digital tycoons to log into other online services that authenticated by your face profusion. I've been password will buy Facebook digital token. So it's a bad idea to use your Google Twitter, Facebook to log into other sites. You should use username and password that he's separate. This basically attached to your Email and also you reconsider whether you need to use Facebook little because they have a long history of security breaches, and they started taking seriously yet problems. Keep having anything Facebook than us about right now. The issue with fake news is still a big one. Facebook say they're working on it, but I haven't done much well, look, I mean the the problem is that it's it's had for for Facebook to have announced within that is trying to stop people from sharing content. We one of the things that happened with Facebook's. Own data breach was the gentlest putting up stories about Facebook dot abrasion, Facebook algorithm sang all we think this is potentially fake news, funny, funny that, yeah. Now you've got vice book, you know, working with both the democratic and Republican Institute. Now these oganizations are only loosely aligned with the actual organization themselves. But look Facebook is trying to make sure that it's website is not a conduit for fake news, and we've seen how foreign entities have manipulated people into thinking that certain posts
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Shipley, KTAR H Westside Northside and Barack Obama discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"Skies lows down to seventy five right now it is seventy eight. In clear the KTAR h Westside northside. Lexus twenty four hour weather center KTAR news time. Is four thirty one our top story vice President Mike Pence in Honolulu last night at a ceremony for the return of the remains of American troops killed in the, Korean war Pinscher Mark did Korean war is sometimes called. The forgotten, war but those who died in that conflict are never forgotten. Former, President Barack Obama endorsing a democratic candidate in a local congressional race yesterday Obama. Announced his endorsement of Adrian Belle of the fourteenth congressional district. Of Texas the district covers most Brasilia county along with Jefferson and Galveston county's bell will face GOP incumbent Randy Weber in November and net. Flicks turning George Orwell's novel animal farm into to a movie deadline reports. Andy circus will direct the The performance, capture film about a group of farm animals who rebel against. Their, humans for independence news on demanded KTAR h. dot com our next update's at. Five o'clock breaking info as it happens time now for more. Of America's First News with Gordon Deal I'm entering sharp on Houston's news weather and traffic station NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h who doesn't like, a doughnut in the morning That would be a. Very small show of hands I think and no better doughnuts around here certainly or anywhere. Else then Shipley doughnut served up for more than eighty years Shipley donuts and collages five. Dozen selections each as good as the others they started right here in Houston they spread all the way across the south even up. Into Colorado now stop by Shipley anytime it's on the way to..