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Fresh update on "sibley" discussed on Sunday Standards
"O'Reilly their rally factors on and also later on his Ken Blackwell. 30 minutes after they are still coming in the Great American. I tried to be a great American live with you every Sunday night. John Williams speed jokes after the 9 30 news. A man of the people News nation this hour. I'm Roger Banish a fiery train derailment in northwest Iowa prompted authorities to evacuate part of Sibley, Iowa, a short distance away happened early Sunday afternoon on the edge of the town of about 3000 People train was hauling fertilizer and ammonium nitrate. Smoky wildfire pushing through Los Angeles Canyon community gain strength Sunday. There's about 1000 residents remained under evacuation orders, while others were warned they should get ready to leave. No structures have been damaged. No injuries have been reported in the wild fire that broke out late Friday in the Santa Monica Mountains. Cause of the fire near Topanga State Park has been deemed suspicious. And is under investigation. Israeli warplanes continued heavy air strikes in Gaza City, hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signaled the fourth war with Gaza's Hamas rulers would rage on Attack was heavier on a wider area and lasted longer than a serious of air raids 24 hours earlier in which 42 Palestinians were killed. The strike early Sunday was the deadly a single attack and the latest round of violence between Israel and the Hamas militant group that rules Gaza. Hamas also pressed on launching rockets from civilian areas in Gaza. Toward civilian areas in Israel. The U. S and British embassies and Myanmar have expressed concern about reports of fierce government attacks on a town in western Chin state, where the ruling junta declared martial law because of armed resistance to military rule. Fighting began Saturday when government troops reinforced by helicopters began shelling the western part of the town of min dot The shadow National Unity government, set up by ousted lawmakers warns that within the next 48 hours min dot can potentially become AH, battleground. Find news Nation on your cable or satellite provider and stay up to date around the clock at news nation now dot com and on the news nation.
Fresh update on "sibley" discussed on The Splendid Table
"This. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in a televised address today, said Israel's attacks were continuing a quote full force and will quote take time. Hamas also pressed on launching rockets from civilian areas in Gaza. Towards civilian areas in Israel. Meanwhile, President Biden is urging calm in the Middle East NPR's Franco Ordonez reports. Biden made the comments at the White House today in a pre taped video marking the Muslim EED holiday on Sunday. President Bind says his administration is working with Palestinians and Israelis towards sustained com were also believe Palestinians and Israelis. Equally deserved to live in safety and security. And enjoy equal measure of freedom, prosperity and democracy. On Saturday, buying spoke separately with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mohammed Abbas. Franco or Dona as NPR NEWS Washington Nation's largest nurses union is pushing back against new CDC guidance, relaxing rules on mask wearing for people who have received the Corona virus vaccine as NPR's Sarah McCammon reports, nurses say the new rules put health care workers at risk. The National nurses Union says now is not the time to ease up on wearing masks and that doing so will endanger health workers who could be exposed to new variants of covert 19. The Centers for Disease Control now says that fully vaccinated adults can stop wearing mass outdoors and in many indoor settings. The CDC also says vaccinated people can ease up on some social distancing and quarantining practices. The government has said it won't develop a vaccine passport system to track who's actually received the shots in a statement, the nurses union notes that well Cove in 19 numbers have declined nationwide. Viruses still circulating and says protective measures should be kept in place. Sarah McCammon NPR NEWS Washington In northwestern northwestern Iowa, a train derailment of some 30 cars and thick black smoke into the air, prompting authorities to evacuate part of a small nearby town. It happened this afternoon in Sibley, which is about 200 miles northwest of Des Moines. No immediate reports of injuries has met. Crews are heading to the area in Los Angeles. The palace sides Wildfire has grown too around 1300 acres and up around 1000 homes are under evacuation orders. Is the fire threatens homes near the Topanga Canyon. Others in the area are being warned to be prepared to leave. The fire started late Friday. Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman David Ortiz says crews are working to keep the fire away from areas where it could burn out of control. We're trying to keep.
Fresh update on "sibley" discussed on Snap Judgment
"That's someone else's vibration match. It was very, very hard job for me. Mr Yashima, This is Kanai. Ishibashi. Just think of her as a client Whisper. He really doesn't sort of talk about business, You know, way could spend hours laughing. So he told me that when his company was listed in in a stock market, which was a very, very important incident, he chose the insurance company by throwing dice. Yes. Today on snap judgment, Simpatico. Gotta go snap judgment, storytelling with the beat Do, uh, just Live from NPR news. I'm Janine Herbst as the fighting between Israel and Hamas continues Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a televised address today. That Israel's attacks were continuing. It quote full force and will quote take time. Hamas also pressed on launching rockets from civilian areas in Gaza towards civilian areas in Israel. Meanwhile, President Biden is urging calm in the Middle East appears Franco Ordonez reports. Biden made the comments at the White House today in a pre taped video marking the Muslim EED holiday on Sunday. President Bind says his administration is working with Palestinians and Israelis towards sustained com Also believe Palestinians and Israelis equally deserve to live in safety and security and enjoy equal measure of freedom, prosperity and democracy. On Saturday, buying spoke separately with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mohammed Abbas. Franco or Dona Is NPR NEWS Washington Nation's largest nurses union is pushing back against new CDC guidance, relaxing rules on mask wearing for people who have received the Corona virus vaccine as NPR's Sarah McCammon reports, nurses say the new rules put health care workers at risk. The National nurses Union says now is not the time to ease up on wearing masks and that doing so will endanger health workers who could be exposed to new variants of covert 19. The Centers for Disease Control now says that fully vaccinated adults can stop wearing mass outdoors and in many indoor settings. The CDC also says vaccinated people can ease up on some social distancing and quarantining practices. The government has said it won't develop a vaccine passport system to track who's actually received the shots in a statement, the nurses union notes that well Cove in 19 numbers have declined nationwide. Viruses still circulating and says protective measures should be kept in place. Sarah McCammon, NPR NEWS Washington in northward and northwestern Iowa, a train derailment of some 30 cars and thick black smoke into the air, prompting authorities to evacuate part of a small nearby town. It happened this afternoon in Sibley, which is about 200 miles northwest of Des Moines. No immediate reports of injuries has met. Crews are heading to the area in Los Angeles. The palace sides Wildfire has grown too around 1300 acres and around 1000 homes are under evacuation orders. Is the fire threatens homes near the Topanga Canyon. Others in the area are being warned to be prepared to leave. The fire started late Friday. Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman David Ortiz says crews are working to keep the fire away from areas where it could burn out of control..
Fresh update on "sibley" discussed on NBC Nightly News
"Are intentionally set and they are suspicious in nature an estimated one thousand residents evacuated from multimillion dollar homes is really reassuring to see the airplanes coming in concerns rising with the state suffering. Its worst drought in seven years. The governor expanding and emergency declaration just days ago state fire authorities warning of a significant increase in wildfires compared to this time last year which had the worst fire season in history. A lot of the vegetation that is out there is dry or dead and no amount of moisture. Rain is bringing any of that vegetation back meanwhile. Multiple agencies are on the hunt for the arsonists receiving tips from neighbors. Is you get a suspect. Arsonist on the run. An ongoing drought and the state facing what may become a devastating fire. Season and quads with a squad. How are the weather conditions affecting the fire. So there's been a breeze here today and also some rain which is favourable when fighting the fire. But the real threat. Here is the vegetation that hasn't burned in over fifty years which makes it more flammable. Kate god vanegas thank you. We're following breaking news out of a train derailed this afternoon in sibley that's in the far northwest part of the state as many as thirty cars piled up some on fire the train was transporting ammonium nitrate and now some nearby homes and businesses are being evacuated over concerns. The air around the accident could be hazardous coming up one more hurdle in an already challenging year the laws that might mean some kids have to repeat a grade in school also an update on that.
Fresh update on "sibley" discussed on Liberty Talk Programming
"Terrorizes well. Evan Brown Fox News. Israeli warplanes have unleashed a syriza heavy airstrikes in several locations of Gaza City. Two people are dead and more than 150, injured in a bleacher collapsed at a West Bank synagogue. The bleacher was packed with ultra Orthodox worshipers at the beginning of a major Jewish holiday. Many are saying the new CDC guidance on masks is confusing. The CDC maintains that people who are fully vaccinated can shed their masks. It's Director Dr Rochelle Walensky said on Fox News Sunday. There are still guidelines for those who haven't gotten the vaccine dose. You are not safe. Please go get vaccinated or continue to wear your mask. Doctor. Wolinsky says she trusts that people will be truthful to protect others. The honor system is to be honest with yourself, she says, anywhere from a million and a half to two million people are still getting shots every day Boxes Gurnal, Scott Train derailment to northwest Iowa has forced the evacuation of part of a nearby town about 30 cars hauling ammonium nitrate piled up along the tracks near Sibley, a town of about 3000 people. Smoke was seen billowing into the Air America is listening to Fox News. Pierced. And now the lens of Liberty Here is Helen Kriebel. In my hometown, a number of parents volunteered to decorate the school gym for the annual prom. Justice parents all across America have been doing for generations. But in this case, nobody seemed aware that permit from the local fire department was required along with the approval of the specific decoration plant. Fireman ripped down the decorations delight to be replaced for that year's prom. Government overreach is all around us every day, and if we look through the lens of liberty It seems clear that such permits and overzealous enforcement are often more about revenue than safety. Such silliness doesn't just threaten one prom, it undermined their freedom. And thousands of little ways every day. For more information, go to Lens of liberty, not Ord. That's Lens of liberty, not ord. The story be a person jury on Friday in Raleigh, North Carolina, deciding that Henry McCollum and Leon Brown should receive $31 million each and compensatory damages and $1 million of that for every year spent in prison and also awarded them $13 million in punitive damages. Half brothers were convicted and sentenced to death in the 1983 rape and murder of an 11 year old girl but were released from President 24 team after didna evidence that pointed to a convicted murderer exonerated them. Attorneys had argued the men were teenagers when they were accused of the crime and said they were scared and had low IQ's when they were questioned by police and coerced into confessing. Ted Linder, Fox News, Some environmental groups and scientists are calling on the federal government to reintroduce JAG wires into the southwestern U. S boxes. Rob Dawson has a story. The scientists say the Jaguars would help restore the region's ecosystem and that the region could help boost the Jaguar population. But in a recent published paper, the scientists say habitat destruction, highways and existing segments of border wall make it unlikely Jaguars would come to the region on their own. Scientists believe a large area and the mountains of Arizona and New Mexico would be a great spot for 90 to 150 Jaguars. The proposal is likely to be met with fierce opposition. From farmers and ranchers over concern of death to their wives stock. Rob Dawson.
"sibley" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Dr vela holds a bachelors in industrial and systems engineering from georgia institute of technology a masters in industrial engineering and also her phd in public. Health and Just a privilege to have her here taco bell the very interesting things that that she doesn't healthcare around engaging vulnerable communities veronica. Such a pleasure to have you here so much wants to be here absolutely so before we dive into the work that you do with simply johns hopkins I'd love to learn a little bit more about you. What inspires your work in healthcare. Well you know. I am constantly thinking about how i can improve the health of myself and my family and you know social justice and improving the health of other people improving. The lives of other people say has been really important cornerstones in my upbringing. And so kind of combining my passion for figuring out. How do i have my own health. And those of the people that i love and thinking about the broader context of our world. I you know i'm deeply concerned about how we are inclusive In particular you know for those who have often been excluded from our healthcare institutions and from services that resonate with today are and what they believe and how they want to receive care. How yeah it's You know it's definitely challenge. There's a lot of inequity in In how care is delivered and access and overall a gap for us to bridge. So it's awesome to to know that somebody like you is focused on these problems that our entire countries faced with. How would you say what you're doing. Today is helping the healthcare ecosystem browning work that i do you know kind of in two major areas so in the first area i'm responsible for social innovation program called award infinity that is sponsored by sibley memorial hospital and johns hopkins medicine. And so what we do. We actually support change agents. Who are looking to improve the health and wellbeing of their communities and we invest in leaders who live and do their work in underinvested communities so communities where you know all types of institutions whether they be public or private have not of wanted to go in to bolster the quality of life for the people who live there so it's as simple as not having enough grocery store is not having enough transportation's having schools that are underperforming right. All of these qualities contribute to a shorter life expectancy in washington dc and so we really wanted to partner with leaders. Who were there. Who were interested in developing innovative solutions. And so our social innovation program. I'm is really designed to give them not only funding for some of their ideas but to work with them to help them work their community with their communities to shape the design of those solutions So that's kind of the first area of work and then the second area of work is really around. Attuning how we deliver health care within sibley memorial hospital so sibley sits in the most affluent part of washington d. c. you know Households here make eight times the amount as household and some of the more marginalized communities that i've mentioned earlier and so sidley really wanted to think about how we could better. At tuned to the needs of vulnerable populations we do have Individuals patients who come from the more marginalized communities. You come to get care at sibley and even more so i think within the last few years as we've made a concerted effort to do work in those communities so some of the projects that i lead are really around the attune the care better so we have some work in telemedicine and also in maternal healthcare. We're really looking at. How can we improve. Health outcomes for patients of color as well as those who are socially economically vulnerable. It's really great you know and You sit in the middle of kind of two worlds. You know where you're at and being able to connect the dots is is so important. I'd love to hear from you. You veronica maybe an example or two of what you guys are doing. That you feel is is unique or different in its effectiveness. Yes so. I think the work that we've done with ward. Infinity has been really quite remarkable so this is work that started back in. Twenty seventeen sibley was really interested in understanding how they could partner with community to make a difference on in the health and wellbeing and the quality of people's lives typically you know by requirement hospitals are required to provide a community benefit right. So that means that they have to take part of their profits and part of their earning and put it back into the community. However you know we have very loose legislation and regulation around that looks like and primarily. It can look like in all kinds of ways. But it's not done by asking the community how it is that they want investments to be made and so twenty seventeen. What sibley did sibley actually went out into the community to have a conversation with community members to understand. How could we partner with them to do things differently. We talk to church groups to families to children. I mean you name it. We really went across to areas of washington. Dc called wards seven and eight. I'm to really understand what their priorities were with their challenges. Were and how we could do something together. And so out of that was born word. Infinity that brings you know some of the brightest minds from wards seven and eight with the sibley innovation method and talent and expertise around public health to really help those change agents amplify the work that we're they're doing and make sure that they have longevity and staying power within the community so it's really investing in the issues that they want and the priorities that they have and bolstering what they're doing and i think that is a huge departure from how many healthcare systems and particularly hospitals Work with the community to improve the quality of life that's outstanding so word infinity you went out and said hey. We're going to mind the minds of some of these doers in the community. Let's find out how we can resonate not just make some stuff up and see if it sticks absolutely yes so we've run our program for about two years. We're now entering the third year. And so i actually will say that the first year it was a huge experiment because we didn't know what was actually going to happen on each year. We've really evolved our program and figured out. How can we do it better as we go into the third year. We're doing an evaluation to say like. Did we really do great. And where did we miss the mark and so on the third year will look a little bit differently but essentially the way that it works. Is we put out a call. For applications. we identify a set of priority areas that we're going to invest in the priority areas are also defined with the community so we go out each year. We go and have a conversation with the community. say like what. Are you concerned about this year. Where should we invest. Were getting ready to do that in january. So i'm excited to hear you know in light of the pandemic what the community has to say about where they want us to invest. But essentially we put out a poll call for applications. We get a bunch of projects ideas and then we select some and we invest in those projects that we hold great promise on and our by leaders who have demonstrated success in being able to deliver on their ideas. I think that's really a fantastic ronca. Yeah i think about you know some of the things that maybe came out of that. Do you have any of some of the outputs are ideas. I'm just really curious about that. So the first two years we've invested in food access we've invested in housing. We've invested in a healing trauma. We've invested in patient provider relationships and then also solutions to use food as medicine. Some of our most promising projects have come out of food access healing trauma and food madison. I'll talk a little bit about one of them. So one of the projects that came out was this idea that was created by mary blackford and her partner jacob. Clark wards seven and eight a. are a food desert. There's only three grocery stores that serve about one hundred sixty thousand people you can compare that to other words in washington. Dc where you have tan eleven grocery stores that are serving ninety thousand people so disparity is hugely obvious. And so there's not a lot of places to get fresh food to get you know food that really represents the best of of the communities culture and health promise through heritage foods and so..
"sibley" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Read our split wide left. Hayward is the running back in the pistol behind Lombardi. They bring the tight end in motion settles of the wing land. They give the Balto Hayward Hayward tries to the left in breaks. One tackle gets to the 20 where he stopped and Michigan will call time out again, and this will bring up about a 3rd 15. But she isn't over there to help make a stop along with Axelrod quickly down on the sideline, Doug That guy, said Shipley in there at linebacker. One play for Van Sumer. One play for Shibley in replacing Cama grown well, Van Sumer and will be the strong sideline Baggies. He's more suited to be on the line of scrimmage. And I, you're right. If he's going to play the classic middle linebacker position, and Adam Sibley is going to be, I think A replacement from a grown man and you know the other guy, Josh Ross, who's in there could play both. If he wants to know He's got that ability, so it just it grown brings. So much leadership so much athleticism in range right to that position. You're you miss him. Period. He's good player. Michigan defense now looking Stop Michigan State on a 3rd and 15 from the Spartans 20 yard line. Well, it's an interesting call here for Michigan State. It isthe. How aggressive do you want to be? Michigan has one timeout left? Simmons is running back. I got three receivers split two to the right. That's the wide side of the field. Lombardi in the gun. He now walks to the line of scrimmage to 14 left to play first. I can't believe they wouldn't try to throw the ball here. Try to get a penalty. 14 10 Spartans. They run it right up the middle. They.
Amazon Prime Day kicks off holiday shopping, with Target and others offering deals
"Right. I know what a lot of you'll be doing today. You might want to get your fingers loose and, you know work on those risks because Amazon Prime Day begins at 2 A.m. tomorrow morning. The annual two days shopping event kicks off a 2 A.m. will run through Wednesday, and we'll include discounts on over one million items. Prime members will be able to cash in on intermittent lightning deals. But buckle up Amazon Prime days getting comp competition from Sibley greet tailors. Target having their own cells of enduring the same two day period tomorrow on Wednesday, called Target Deal Days and WalMart holding its big save event. Through Thursday, so they're going to go on extra day. Somebody's gotta shop. Glad it's not me.
Washington DC - Rabid Coyote Attacks 3 People in Rockville
"Three people and a dog in Iraq villain for everyone involved. They almost certainly had to begin a Rabies treatment. First things first. Expect some questions as Dr Vinet Nanavati, an e r doctor at Sibley Memorial Hospital in D. C. Look at a You know what type of animal Is it be? Was there any saliva exposure from the animal? If it's a domesticated dog or cat involved, you probably won't need the antibody shot nor need to start a two week course of the Rabies vaccine. But raccoons and bat bites are a different story, especially with bats, because if you tell him I was asleep or I don't know if I have a bite with me, he would treat you, he says Rabies cases in humans are extremely rare, but anyone worried about exposure should seek medical help. Mike Murillo. W T o P News the
A Tech Cold War Looms
"This week Britain's minister, Boris Johnson is expected to reverse a decision. He made in January to allow the Chinese telecom giant hallway to build part of the country's five gene at work. The British public deserve to have access to the best possible. Now if people oppose one brand or not. To tell us what's the alternative. Britain has come under enormous pressure from its biggest America which sees while way as a security threat. It's not the only Chinese firm that America views with suspicion. Last week Secretary of State Mike. Pompeo told Fox. News the government was considering banning the social media. APP TIKTOK. Owned by the Chinese firm by dense. We're certainly looking at it I. Don't want to get in front of the president, but it's something we're looking at. What would you recommend that people download that APP on their phones tonight tomorrow anytime. currently Boley if you want your private information in the hands of the Chinese Communist Party. and American firms are caught to the geopolitical tensions between the world's two biggest economies. Google Microsoft and twitter all said they would stop cooperating with Hong Kong's authorities for the time being because of a sweeping new security law there imposed by Beijing. It all adds up to what's being called. A new Cold War fought on a digital battleground. For the last three or four years, people have talked about the tech. Cold War. Patrick Fouls is the economists business affairs editor. This strange thing is it's been hard to see evidence of much damage on the ground, and in fact, the companies like apple and Hallway in China. It's really been a golden era in some ways with record sales and profits over the last couple. Couple of years was become clear however in the last few weeks. Is The tech cold? War is really beginning to bite. And why is that? Why is that split becoming so much more certain now? Well I think what you can do is look at it at two speeds. The world of software and the Internet was never particularly linked up in the first place so. Chinese consumers can't use most American Internet companies and vice versa, and what we're seeing, there is the final tentacles are beginning to unwind really very quickly, and that's that's example. The TIKTOK BAN THE REFUSAL US tech companies to play ball with the new Chinese law in Hong Kong so that. World really splitting quickly. The thing that's taking more time is the heart where supply chains which are much much more rigid structures is many many hundreds of billions of dollars of equipment in the grand huge numbers of people being employed, and it's really very hard to untangle those quickly, but that does not seem to be happening as well partly, because of the American actions against Hallway, but also because China seems to be deciding okay, we're GONNA have to go alone here which means we're going to have to really ramp up investment, and so, how how prepared are the country's respective? Tech Industries to to make that split complete. Will in the wall, the softwares already in effect pretty much happened in the world of hauled where the answer is, people are beginning to get plans up and running so smick this Chinese semiconductor company not take that seriously in the past by its Western and Asian competitors, but now it's really raising very big box the ideas to supersize the production capacity and sophistication of semiconductors in China. That's a process that's underway. Similarly Wall Way in China is scrambling around to find alternative sources for the key components that it purchases from the West particularly American companies and over the next I think eighteen months will see a sense of whether that's possible. The one thing to make clear is there are some companies. Companies here which are just left in very uncomfortable positions. Apple in China makes over one hundred million dollars a day there on the simply no easy way for it to pick sides in. You know it depends on the US Amazon China similarly. TSMC, which is the huge Taiwanese semiconductor company that really dominates the industry to some degree. It depends on Chinese customers and American ones, and for those companies that are caught in the middle. There really is no simple answer to this, but if the big picture here is that each country has to build up its own set of software and hardware champions, that sounds expensive redundant I mean. How easy will it be for these countries to make those parallel systems? Well I think you can look at it in two ways. One is sort of finances of it almost an and just that you're going to have to duplicate. Supply chains to some degree and I think that could easily cost. Hundreds of billions of dollars to do is not impossible, and arguably within the scale of the overall economy is a super tolerable inefficiency. I think the other call St-, which is much harder to get to grips with is just the risk of this process spiraling out of control. And to give you two ways in which could happen, it could easily for example move from the world of tech to the world of finance with western Chinese banks subject to sudden private. BANS FREEZES OF ACTIVITY. A night could be much more destabilizing because the financial system is very sensitive to changes like that the other risk is just that this becomes the thin end of the wedge, and sooner or later we find out that suddenly American calls or Chinese toys, or a growing list of things deem to be of strategic importance I and instead of this really being an argument bat security, it just becomes an indiscriminate path of protectionism, the house, a huge economic cost, but on technology end of things that is inherently a global business. How do you think other countries are going to deal with this split as it happened? Well the assumption I think of many American policy makers is the world's default is to use Silicon Valley and one of the things that will happen is that assumption is tested a pretty painful way? It's clear that some very close American allies. Japan Australia possibly Burton will. Ultimately vast choose go with America, but I think we'll see. First of all. China's tech industry now has a very big sphere of influence that includes a lot of Asia where people will continue to use Chinese tech, and secondly that some big economies India's the obvious one may take a third off, and you know be equally hostile, friendly to America and shine. And really seek to play both sides off while developing their own indigenous capacity, so the end of the day. You're heading towards a world where America. Controls most of the world's technology, and then there's this Galapagos of China with its own systems. I think instead your heading to world, which is very fractured with the bulk of the world's population living in countries that use both systems and probably mistrust both to some degree. So. Is it sensible to ask who's likely to win the technical door? I. Think will see both superpowers do probably just find because they are huge. Sophisticated markets and the real losers will be the node countries that are sort of stuck between the two places like Taiwan Hall Sibley Career, where really it's impossible for them to pick sides, and where the own technology industry as a result is going to face a very difficult Erie. Patrick thank you very much time. Jason thanks for having me.
The Wimbledon Groundsman and the pursuit of grass court perfection
"Finishing touches sharing that from the. Painters and Decorators around obviously were hardware His. Busy time. Everything's going well minus. And I can eat briefly explain. What your role is Wimbledon, what is it? So I'm. Chania grindstone for the championship coach. So my role until recall into. Neil Sibley head coaching culture. I'm working alongside. Practice course as well. So between the three of his way, Organiz the work for the team. About the daily jokes. and. How did you get into this role world because it's quite a niche profession, so did you kind of always in enter end up being. A groundsman is grounds keeping the correct terminology for for your profession. Were staff. Syrup Grimes GRANDPA MOM. Yeah, no I didn't always plan on being. Agrarians groundsman kind of wanted to be a state you, which was pretty boring. and. A levels didn't. Go to plan. saw. I decided to change tax and. Find a course a college impression. Round my for college. To do a diploma in Rasual. So I applied to that thinking if I can get into this second work at Liverpool and. Poland get to watch the football was. And so after after being there for for a year, they when? The Northern Montana Manchester. From the head groundsman there to Wimbledon after picnics, Brandon for a little bit decided my next placement with A. Wimbledon show. Of course add to six month
"sibley" Discussed on The Big Show
"Connect? And how do we find companies like this? As well as these nominations for these leader awards I look to see I think there will be in our session in Sibley. We talked about it. Some of these things really connect like she thought that would be a great. You know kind of follow. Educational, experience for her and maybe bring a couple of employees, which by the way she had fabulous employees, too. So you know we often hear we can't find the right. Skills are real places, but that certainly wasn't the case with their.
"sibley" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach
"He's here today to talk about his latest book. What it's like to be a bird? Welcome David thank you for coming indoors and making time to talk thank you. It's great to be with you. Yeah so before we start. I'll say that We'll have a book giveaway. A copy of the book with the transcript of this show over on away to garden dot com and I was just curious. I suspect on May ninth. You're out burning for global big day. Where you to see anything wonderful? I was well. I've been at home mostly and But we're lucky to live on an on an old farm in central Massachusetts so there are lots and lots of birds. Right here May ninth was not a particularly well. Now in Massachusetts was cold and windy but spring is still coming. Birds are pushing forward and just forging ahead even with the weather. Yes Yeah Yeah. Yeah. I'm across the border from Berkshire County in New York across from Great Barrington Mass. And so same here and it snowed twice on big day and then I just worry with the kind of spring. We've been having with so much in many parts of the country. So much tenacious wintry weather. You know the birds. Trying to make nests incubate young. I mean it seems like an uphill battle this year for them so fingers crossed. Yeah yeah everything's delayed a little bit. I feel like here at our place. The birds they showed up on time or less on time and then they left waiting. We're still waiting for the first house. Run to come back and start nesting They they were here a week ago but they've they disappeared and now. I suspect in the next couple of days. It will warm up and they'll come and set up shop. That's so funny because I didn't I didn't know that that's what they could do. Because I saw them and then they went away and then I saw them and then they went away and there was a battle of the wren's going on where the Carolinas had their eye on the spot. I that the house wren's usually use near the house here. I'm not sure who's going to win so I believe you began the project that became this new book and the full title and subtitle. I should tell people is. What's it like to be a bird from flying to nesting eating to singing what birds are doing? And why believe you began as a project for children at first? So tell us a little about the book. Yeah so the idea. It was a slow evolution of the idea. It started as an idea for a kids book. almost twenty years ago and and that initially the idea was to do a guide to backyard. Birds a guy to familiar birds. Ask a field. Guide simplified for kids. And I want it to be I wanted it to be big and colorful and eyecatching and those are the things that I really remember enjoying about bird books when I was a kid and and also to include a lot of information about what the birds are doing Because kids are I find kids are. They're interested in the names of the birds somewhat but more interested in what sort of what the birds superpowers are in a way. What what are the amazing things that the birds are actually doing and as I started researching those things I learned so much I was. I kept running across information in the literature that I didn't know that I things I thought I knew a lot about birds but a lot of it turned out to be wrong and the truth is even more amazing so I just as I did the research on those that aspect of the book that then became the entire book. I just that was so fascinating and so such a wealth of interesting information that I decided that would be the whole book so a guide to familiar birds. It is in the sense that I've illustrated most of the the most familiar species in North America and written their names next to them. But it's not a guy to identification. It's just Election of exciting facts about birds. Well and that's what made me happy. S Navy about spend time with the book. These recent weeks is despite all your great expertise. You acknowledge that you're still curious and still learning and still asking why. And that's just so important for those of us who are lay people you know relatively speaking You know Burgers to be and so forth you know you're encouraging us to keep asking and learning. I think it was Ken Kaufmann. I think who said to me once in an interview that he hopes the on never goes away and the curiosity never goes away and I think that's so important and that comes through in this book of yours. Yeah I think I mean that's what keeps me excited about studying birds every day. There's always more to learn and come up with new questions all the time and and the this surprising things that I learned in this in the research for this book just I I get so excited about working on the book I would come. Go show up at dinner every night and talk about what I learned today. You won't believe this right right. Ripley's believe it or not from David civil so even to allay. I knows I said such as myself a couple of things about birds that are you know distinctive right off most. Obviously they have feathers and especially that they're capable of flight. But I learned a lot of new things in your book about a bird's body design. That might be so obvious as their wings but nevertheless support their ability to fly so things I didn't know like laying eggs figures into their ability to fly. Tell us some of those things. 'cause that was kind of mind-blowing so yeah there. So a lot of the the adaptations of birds shape in their their anatomy is has developed for flight so their feathers. Obviously but they're very strict aim lined and the best way to to design a flying machine is to have the the center of mass the the most of the weight being very compact and suspended below the wings So and I think I have a line in the book that if you build you make a paper airplane and then try taping penny to that plane in different places the only place you can put a penny and have the plane still fly properly is centered. Yes under the wings And that's the way bird's body is designed. They're all of their muscles are in a very compact mass in the center in their body. Very compact central body mass and the wings are all feathers and slender bones. The legs are just slender bones. The muscles that control those are part of the central body mass and then the head is a lightweight lightweight skull and the the bill. All birds have a bill instead of jaws and teeth because the bill is really lightweight and Getting rid of heavy jaws and teeth and Allows them to move all that or eliminate weight from the extremities of the body so the head is really lightweight and without teeth then they have to have another way to chew their food so they generally swallow their food whole and they have really muscular stomach again in the center of their body and they swallow sand and gravel to act as teeth so when the stomach muscles squeeze it grinds the food up with this gravel and that crushes the food and essentially choose it. But that's all happening in the center of the body instead of teeth way out at the front and so the the female the reason or that she's evolved to bear to lay. Eggs is so that she is able to not be heavy with eggs with these big eggs inside her. During that long time periods each breeding season. She can move about once she puts them in the safety of the NASCAR the hoax for safety of the nest. Yeah Yeah So. That's one of the advantages of eggs. Is that instead of carrying? Young and most birds lay multiple eggs and raise Two or four eight young each in each nesting and so those eggs they take about twenty four hours to develop inside the female's body then she lays the egg in the nest and she's back to her normal weight and Able to fly and gather food and And then she just sits on the eggs to keep them warm for a couple of weeks and they hatch and then it's then lots of food is delivered and hopefully there if they if they're not discovered by a Predator that the young fledge it all takes three weeks or four weeks for most birds. Yeah so you just mentioned the beak or the bill of the bird And and it's I think actually I read a an opinion piece. You did in the New York Times recently and of course in in the new book as well you talk about you you tell us to if we want to get to know bird identify. We should look at its face. Look at its beak. I so talk a little bit more about the because I mean here birds. You mentioned their muscular stomach for digestion. 'cause they don't have teeth but they also don't have hands to like pick up food and serve themselves. Yeah Yeah so the bill bill or beak has to be adapted to whatever that birds Preferred food is it's there it's what they use to catch catch pickup manipulate their food and then swallow it so The the shape of the bill in different species is very distinctively different. It's it's very consistent. Within a species. All members all northern cardinals have essentially the same bill shape. All woodpeckers all thrashes So if you learn the subtle differences in bill shape and and it takes some practice to To get to know the birds well enough to be able to see and assess these differences in bill shape but there are really distinctive differences. And as soon as you get a sense of the bill shape you'll know what that bird Tends to eat Which will help to tell you which group it's in. If it's a sparrow that eat seeds. It'll have a big heavy triangular bill a warbler or a net catcher that eats little tiny insects. They'll have long slender bills. Very pointed so and another thing that I one of the things that I think makes bird watching so much fun or so accessible to us. Is that birds communicate by sight and by sound the same way we do so the way. A bird looks is really important to the other birds so their appearance is their appearance is very important in an evolutionary sense that they have to look right to other members of their species so unlike a tree that can grow in any forum that suits the conditions. That it's in a bird will grow exactly the same way every time because it has to look at it that it needs to look right to other members of its species and the most distinctive part of bird is generally the face. There's usually some some dark and light pattern some colorful markings around the eyes. The bill is often colored as well as being a distinctive shape so looking at that part of the bird I and focusing on that is always a good way to start when you're trying to identify an unfamiliar Bird Sesame. Speaking of beaks you grow speaks. There's threaten their name. They have word right. And if you look at their beak versus like a brown creeper was one of my favorite birds door the brown creeper and almost always been blessed with an individual right outside my kitchen window in a theory of a sue. Ya Very very old. Triple trunked White Cedar of some kind that predates me and it has very shaggy bark and boy creeper loves it. So this is. It's just wonderful but that that be compared to rose breasted groesbeek or evening groesbeek completely. Different as you say..
David Sibley on Being a Bird
"I believe you began the project that became this new book and the full title and subtitle. I should tell people is. What's it like to be a bird from flying to nesting eating to singing what birds are doing? And why believe you began as a project for children at first? So tell us a little about the book. Yeah so the idea. It was a slow evolution of the idea. It started as an idea for a kids book. almost twenty years ago and and that initially the idea was to do a guide to backyard. Birds a guy to familiar birds. Ask a field. Guide simplified for kids. And I want it to be I wanted it to be big and colorful and eyecatching and those are the things that I really remember enjoying about bird books when I was a kid and and also to include a lot of information about what the birds are doing Because kids are I find kids are. They're interested in the names of the birds somewhat but more interested in what sort of what the birds superpowers are in a way. What what are the amazing things that the birds are actually doing and as I started researching those things I learned so much I was. I kept running across information in the literature that I didn't know that I things I thought I knew a lot about birds but a lot of it turned out to be wrong and the truth is even more amazing so I just as I did the research on those that aspect of the book that then became the entire book. I just that was so fascinating and so such a wealth of interesting information that I decided that would be the whole book so a guide to familiar birds. It is in the sense that I've illustrated most of the the most familiar species in North America and written their names next to them. But it's not a guy to identification. It's just Election of exciting facts about birds. Well and that's what made me happy. S Navy about spend time with the book. These recent weeks is despite all your great expertise. You acknowledge that you're still curious and still learning and still asking why. And that's just so important for those of us who are lay people you know relatively speaking You know Burgers to be and so forth you know you're encouraging us to keep asking and learning. I think it was Ken Kaufmann. I think who said to me once in an interview that he hopes the on never goes away and the curiosity never goes away and I think that's so important and that comes through in this book of yours. Yeah I think I mean that's what keeps me excited about studying birds every day. There's always more to learn and come up with new questions all the time and and the this surprising things that I learned in this in the research for this book just I I get so excited about working on the book I would come. Go show up at dinner every night and talk about what I learned today. You won't believe this right right. Ripley's believe it or not from David civil so even to allay. I knows I said such as myself a couple of things about birds that are you know distinctive right off most. Obviously they have feathers and especially that they're capable of flight. But I learned a lot of new things in your book about a bird's body design. That might be so obvious as their wings but nevertheless support their ability to fly so things I didn't know like laying eggs figures into their ability to fly. Tell us some of those things. 'cause that was kind of mind-blowing so yeah there. So a lot of the the adaptations of birds shape in their their anatomy is has developed for flight so their feathers. Obviously but they're very strict aim lined and the best way to to design a flying machine is to have the the center of mass the the most of the weight being very compact and suspended below the wings So and I think I have a line in the book that if you build you make a paper airplane and then try taping penny to that plane in different places the only place you can put a penny and have the plane still fly properly is centered. Yes under the wings And that's the way bird's body is designed. They're all of their muscles are in a very compact mass in the center in their body. Very compact central body mass and the wings are all feathers and slender bones. The legs are just slender bones. The muscles that control those are part of the central body mass and then the head is a lightweight lightweight skull and the the bill. All birds have a bill instead of jaws and teeth because the bill is really lightweight and Getting rid of heavy jaws and teeth and Allows them to move all that or eliminate weight from the extremities of the body so the head is really lightweight and without teeth then they have to have another way to chew their food so they generally swallow their food whole and they have really muscular stomach again in the center of their body and they swallow sand and gravel to act as teeth so when the stomach muscles squeeze it grinds the food up with this gravel and that crushes the food and essentially choose it. But that's all happening in the center of the body instead of teeth way out at the front and so the the female the reason or that she's evolved to bear to lay. Eggs is so that she is able to not be heavy with eggs with these big eggs inside her. During that long time periods each breeding season. She can move about once she puts them in the safety of the NASCAR the hoax for safety of the nest. Yeah Yeah So. That's one of the advantages of eggs. Is that instead of carrying? Young and most birds lay multiple eggs and raise Two or four eight young each in each nesting and so those eggs they take about twenty four hours to develop inside the female's body then she lays the egg in the nest and she's back to her normal weight and Able to fly and gather food and And then she just sits on the eggs to keep them warm for a couple of weeks and they hatch and then it's then lots of food is delivered and hopefully there if they if they're not discovered by a Predator that the young fledge it all takes three weeks or four weeks for most birds.
Sibley Discharged 82-Year-Old Woman Wearing Only Hospital Gown, Family Says
"An eighty two year old woman is treated and released from a local hospital but what happened next has her family outrage as NBC force Corey Smith reports they want to know why a patient with dementia would be sent home this way that eighty two year old woman was put inside a ride Cher vehicle and sent back to our nursing home by herself the staff didn't know she had been released and they were also shocked to see her still wearing her hospital gown and wrapped in
US companies suspend China operations, restrict travel as coronavirus outbreak spreads
"Up on today's podcast around up of what global CEOS are telling. CNBC about the corona virus outbreak Kevin Johnson. CEO of starbucks. They were now managing a very dynamic situation in China related to the Corona Virus Lisa sue CEO of amd which is a US chipmaker with a the big business. Partnership in China the company produces microprocessors including the ones in the Sony and Microsoft Game Consoles. You probably have in your living room in our from our standpoint. One point You know we're taking Precautions in our facilities in China to make sure that that is You know well a well protected Jim. Fiddling the CEO L. of chemical giant. We've seen some demand pull from corona virus on things like cleaning materials disinfectants Like you would use in household cleaners non non woven for masks and wipes and those kinds of things Amazon also on edge. The company announced that it's restricting employee travel to and from I'm China until further notice and David Solomon CEO Goldman Sachs was on CNBC this week and voiced. His concerns were very focused on it. Because we have we have a couple couple thousand people you know right there in the region and we're obviously very concerned about those people about their families etc.. I think it's too early to say you know where this will go. We obviously have a a lot of people working from home and are restricting travel Like many companies but we're watching very closely and obviously concerned for our people aren't doing everything we can to help them. Protect after the Federal Reserve's two day policy meeting this week chairman. Jay Powell held a news conference during which he addressed the impact of the virus on the global economy Uncertainties about the outlook remain including those posed by noon corona virus. To very serious issue. There is likely to be some disruption activity in China and possibly Sibley globally based on the spread of the virus today in the travel restrictions and business closures that have already imposed of course the situation is is really in its early early stages and it's Marianne certain about how far will spread and what the macroeconomic effects will be in
A Mother's Love: The Death of Morgan Reid
"Tanya Paxton read grew up in a family of girls her parents wanted and John Saxton settled in Texas XS panhandle in the early nineteen fifties. John worked at the local electric company and Wanda stayed home with her daughters. And there are a few of them. The oldest Saxton Saxton daughter was beverly K. She was followed two years later by Rodeina then a year after that was Leslie and then my must've gotten tired because Catania. The baby was born four years after Leslie took a little break there and then that was the end of it yet. But this is the fifties four kids was not unusual at all. Aw No that wasn't Nanan. Woodley have like six years or so apart something but I'm four girls and six years four children and six years. It's a handful. No doubt absolutely now the three older girls were all lighter. Skinned with blue and green is tiny stood out. She had dark eyes dark hair and a dark complexion. Well I like the Milkman. Is My mother used to say. There is a maternal uncle uncle who was a fan of the lone ranger TV show and he began calling Tanya Tanto. The name of the Lone Ranger's native American sidekick so this nickname apparently caught on Tanya was no family as Tanto throughout her life. Yeah a little. I don't think that would fly today as far as political correctness but back then and that was totally something people did. Yeah of course. I don't think lone ranger would fly very well today either so no now. We'll beverly early K.. was eight years old when her parents brought Tanya home from the hospital and Beverly K of course loved her new baby sister and for a lot of the time she'd become primary caretaker for Tanya Beverly K even called Tanya her real live baby doll and just two months after Tanya's birth wander wander. The mother was hospitalized for appendicitis. which you know was a bigger deal back then? There was some hospitalization for several days and she had to rest and John of course had to work so beverly K took over pretty much all of the responsibilities of caring for her baby sister. Tanya in over the years of Tania's Childhood Childhood Wanda had multiple health problems. And I only bring these up because I think it could have affected the way that Tanya turned out unfortunately in a bad away Wanda was bedridden for arthritis mononucleosis hepatitis and even spinal meningitis. So bedridden for the better part of two years Wanda left Beverly K in charge again of a lot of things for a kid. You Know Young. She's like what ten by this time. Yeah not very very old but tiny would recall one of her earliest memories of her mother was when her mother was hospitalized and this was a fond memory she she also had some really good memories of her own hospitalization as a child Tanya hit a small cyst removed from under her left arm and because her mother Wanda was was in the hospital at the same time tiny was allowed to stay in the bed with her mother and have her individual attention for several hours. Now this is from a a child who really hasn't seen much of her mother. She pretty much been raised by her big sister so I could really think it's safe to say that the cemented some positive ideas ideas about being in the hospital for Tanya or thank so growing up. Tiny didn't have too many friends. Fortunately she had her sister's around of for the girls were active in their church choir and they traveled to different states to perform. Misses a real treat because the town where they lived in Texas was isolated. And there just wasn't anything to do there will not only was there not much to do but dad was super strict with those girls. One weird rule he has was was that They could date the same boy twice because that would lead to them. Getting serious and possibly Sibley becoming physically involved with the boy where we can have their right so he had some weird rules like that. He was very strict and when they were pretty young still. Oh John Faxed and left the electric company where he worked and he tried his hand at selling insurance he was pretty successful and his success. In sales built up his confidence vents and he ended up opening a medical supply store with a friend of his who owned a local pharmacy and John went on the road to make sales going to nursing zing homes doctors offices and even hospitals eventually wanted joined him and she took over the home. Healthcare Division of the company so healthcare had become the family business by this point and this is the environment that Tanya grew up in
What Is Toning Up?
"Toning would hurting implies mass losing body fat simultaneously which. I'm sure many many of you know now from listening to twenty minutes over the over the moments in years it's very challenging a now. I'm not feasible. The mass population. We hear time and time again. Not someone doesn't necessarily want to get bigger. They want to tone up and the media has marked turning up for quite a long time but as explained above. It's really just a term. That's been used to promote remote fitness programs. And so on a nutritionist in sports performance coaches out that do you believe it is possible to tone up by building Muslim using facts at the same time through a number of different techniques techniques such as cobb cycling while remaining nitrogen positive all this using performance enhancing drugs but for the majority of us. It really does present a significant challenge inch roadblock and it leads us really needing to pay one health and fitness goal whether it be to bulk up and gain muscle mass by eating and a calorie surplus and progressively Sibley muscles. You cut body fats whilst trying to retain as much as much as possible by maintaining a cavalry deficit still working out in so fitting new lifters. You're new the will of compound lifting and properly going for intense hard sessions. Then you may experience will people like to call new. Gains Newbie. Gains refers to the rapid increase in muscle mass that occurs when people have little to no previous weightlifting experience start lifting weights and typically. These people can gain very patrick spots. Walls getting considerable amounts of muscles. It's an interesting phenomenon but if you've been lifting weights for quite some time if you will experience waited to have several years of training under your belt then it's unfortunately very difficult to gain muscle mass and lose body because you've already achieved a large portion of your genetic finessing potential in terms of muscle growth already failed out people who have aspirations in invested. KOMO's to turn up archie. Your parents becoming Lena. Your muscles also becoming more visible and you'll look fine because of this wealth and you actually look bigger and more muscular because you'll muscles are more visible. You've actually gained muscle mass. But instead you've lost host body fats and by training and not enough protein and obviously not being in too much significant calorie deficits trying to retain as much muscle mass. As possible. As you're still oh stimulates in your muscles. And you're trying to limit the amount of muscle you lose because as I said it is a very challenging thing to try and gain muscle whilst losing fats. What's if you do think about? It becomes evident because as we said if you want to bulk up and gain muscle mass younis be eating into calories Plus needs to be progressive. Alerting on if you want to be in a deficit than and you need to be eating or Expending more energy than you take in but if you want to tone up where we said you wanted to gain muscle mass but also lose forty five. Then you can't really deep being either a surplus or deficit. If that makes sense you call them. Pursue both those goals simaltaneously so my advice would be to get all the meteor saying saying about turning out necessarily in focus on what you want true goal to be you want to gain muscle mass or do you want to lead up and lose body fat so I heard this helped clarify Rafael. One of the myths surround the word turning up on one of the biggest myths in health and fitness. And hopefully now you'll have a more clear idea as to what you want up to do what you want to achieve leading into twins twenty
'America's Got Talent' Has Problems
"Has another Pr Mess at minimum and possibly Sibley more than a PR mess on its hands. This is not NBC News. We've talked about that a lot you know. Obviously there's Ronan Farrow's book. Why didn't they report the Harvey Weinstein Story What happened with Matt Lauer. Did they cover up for him. That has been a whole mess in and of itself But this is now NBC. The broadcast network. America's got talent. They did not pick up Gabrielle Union. For a second season she was there for only one season She was a judge and that has led to reporting following a a tweet by her or a number of tweets by her husband. dwayne Wade reporting the about a culture that in allegedly was insensitive at minimum minorities Racist if you WANNA take it. That far that she had been told repeatedly for example that some of her hairstyles were two black black. Allegedly that She had reported an offensive joke by a guest. Jay Leno to human resources but the higher ups would not We're actually formerly report it. There was an allegation published in one report that there was a ten year old black rapper that she thought had talent and she was advised not to support this child but to support white dancers because supposedly what was said was we need me. Need people that America ARACA can get behind. which would lead to a question about their definition of America but this has now turned into a flap? NBC is responding. Yeah I mean they have had to respond and they had Gabrielle Union in her representatives into a what was described as a five hour meeting with investigators to discuss this SAG Astra has said they are going to look into this. Because she's a member of that organization and you know they've got a real problem because any of these things are true and she was dismissed Complaining about it that's retaliatory. Normally in that situation you know a check is written and A settlement is made in this case. I would suspect that she would want more than money that she would want. Meaningful steps taken. Now this doesn't just involve a NBC. It involves fremantle the company that produces the show and psycho which is Simon Simon Cowles company and she among her allegations are that Simon callow made this environment. Literally unpleasant with cigarette smoke constantly smoking with nope doors on the dressing dressing rooms so you could not escape the smoke and I have to say you know you say well you know deal with it but the fact is for me. That kind of smokey environment environment literally makes me queasy and would be a problem and it's obviously unhealthy and it's obviously against the rules. But this is what happens when you have someone like Simon Cowl. Who is you know has got this huge amount of power. Yeah He created the show and he stars on it. I mean this is a textbook example if these allegations are true of the kind of coddling of talent that networks are notorious for and allowing people to get away with certain behaviors that the average person doesn't get away with and you know we think that in this time's up in metoo era that a lot of this behavior is being clamped down on but if this is true and cows being allowed to just be a colossal jerk worked to everybody then that's not okay. I'm going to quote the former. America's got talent judge Howard. Stern who said CAL sets it up so that men stay no matter how ugly they are no matter how old no matter how fat. I'm paraphrasing slightly. No matter how talentless then he says why don't they change Simon. This is the ultimate example of boy's club and I would just note math that. NBC Says It's going to investigate but in the news division. They investigated themselves and that has been a huge issue going that nobody has forgotten about I.. I think who's paying any attention and so it's going to be more of that. I don't think this problem is going to be resolved. Yeah it's the same question of whether they get an outside investigator or whether they do it internally it says we're on the same merry go round round and round. Thank you thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at one. Thirty on the business. I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood
Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized for "chills and fever"
"Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg back in the hospital she experienced chills and fever in a statement the court's public information officer in Ginsburg was admitted Friday night at Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore initially evaluated at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington she was then transferred for further evaluation the symptoms have gotten better intravenous antibiotics and fluids he's expected to be released from the hospital in the
Ginsburg hospitalized for treatment of chills and fever
"The court's public information office said justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was admitted Friday night the Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore she was initially evaluated at Sibley Memorial Hospital in DC before being transferred to Hopkins for further evaluation and treatment of any possible infection however with intravenous antibiotics and fluids they say her symptoms subsided Ginsburg has been treated for cancer twice in the past year and two other times since nineteen ninety nine over the summer she received radiation for a tumor on her pancreas last winter she underwent surgery for lung cancer shelling out there Washington
Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized for "chills and fever"
"Round Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized after experiencing chills and fever the supreme court's public information office says Ginsburg was admitted on Friday night to Johns Hopkins hospital in Baltimore Ginsburg initially evaluated at the Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington before being transferred for further evaluation and treatment of any possible infection but the good news is she's fine and is expected to be released from the hospital as soon as
Ruth Bader Ginsburg hospitalized for "chills and fever"
"News cream court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is hospitalized after experiencing chills and fever in a statement the court's public information office says Ginsburg was admitted Friday night the Johns Hopkins ha it'll in Baltimore she was initially evaluated at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington before being transferred for further evaluation and treatment of any possible infection we are learning her symptoms got better with intravenous antibiotics and fluids and she is expected to be released from the hospital could be as early as today Ginsberg is eighty six years old earlier this month she suffer what the court described as a stomach bug she was absent from arguments on November thirteenth but returned for the courts next public meeting on the eighteenth she
Cubs 1B Rizzo diagnosed with moderate ankle sprain
"Jesse the news today is not necessarily about all the runs but it's about Anthony Rizzo for those just getting into their car tell everyone the latest on Rizzo's ankle yeah he has a moderate sprain will it is really a high ankle sprain I don't know somewhere between low and high it's kind of I got a medium I made it calls for a medical sprain moderate and that's important because it was my old we could talk about minimum type of all of our worst of a return like a week or ten days but a moderate one really does put him out for the regular season it really does I think they're trying to be optimistic by saying help you know what people for five to seven days and then reevaluate but what we're really realistically talking about the regular season and maybe even in the post season are let's face it one person told me think about the NLCS if the cubs get that bar wow so I somewhere between the end of the regular season and in an LCS appearance would be my my speculation estimation on his return anything sooner I'd be very very surprised very surprised in the keep hitting without him setting the table as the as the leadoff hitter well that's part of the problem you missed him slugging and you missed them at the top now it's amazing bands are worse is gonna go back up there but we know we will play every day so I think your company name band when you place when he doesn't play watch out nobody nobody has had any success I'm at the top of the line up when he's out so I don't know what they're gonna do but right now is. wrist is up there but you missed Rizzo in so many areas not thirteen he's playing first base an ecstatic DC year ostensibly really athletic people be surprising sitting around two eighty everybody's got pop so the channel runs fine that's that's great but I actually think his his game up the middle left center has been pretty good the Victor Kerr teeny is no result defensively or offense Sibley I mean this is a tough task now no bias No Way Out no Rizzo Kimbrell still down it's a real tough path to the division but wildcard of course they could still keep that you don't leave will be most likely to to get the majority of the run at first base yeah it's care team okay thirteen he's gonna catch starbase that's that's tomorrow no catch garbage every every starts right off the bat one day a week they need someone else and I'm not sure if your team is gonna play six days a week five at first and catch so I think the order will go Kerr teeny happy may be contrary swore Lucroy you know if they want to get contracts contrary stop his feet like like maybe tomorrow maybe because Kerr teeny sketching garbage out contracts is at first base that is possible I don't know I don't love could first defensively at first yes and a lot of experience in I actually like your teen in half this year filling in for results so look it's not gonna be a perfect situation sorry but I think your teen is number one on your depth chart
The Mystery of Hinterkaifeck
"The small rural property of Hintikka EFFEC- lay approximately seventy kilometers north of the German city of Munich said against against Bavaria's flat sweeping farmlands meadows and porn forests the acreage earned its unofficial name from a nearby hamlet cold Cossack within PINTA being German for behind built in eighteen sixty three the single-story stern farmhouse was shaped like the letter o the living quarters occupied the longer portion of the building while Abban stables and engine room were at the other end outside the lodge. Yod autophagy too well crop fields lostock postures and to to shed that also functioned as a laundry room and bakery. It was an isolated delighted spot. The closest neighbor was half kilometer away and the nearest village was even further he nineteen twenty two Hinton Carfax was owned and operated by three generations of the group Gabriel family fronted by sixty three year old Andreas Gruber and he's seventy two hero wife Cecilia this thirty five year old daughter Victoria Gabriel also lived at the farmstead along with her two children two year old Joseph and seven year old Cecilia who was named after her grandmother but went by the nickname. Sealy Sealy seely attended primary school in the nearby municipality of Vodka Hyphen with classes scheduled six days a week including Saturdays on on Saturday April one nineteen twenty two sealy was absent from school. It was not unusual given she was prone to illness and was noticeably sibley exhausted the day before the teacher led the class in the Lord's prayer to help silly recover before moving on with their studies later that afternoon to coffee merchants delivering an order to into coffee noticed. All of the doors on the property were locked and nothing stood within could here don't balking from inside the stables accompanied by the sounds of cattle. The merchants went up the road to a neighboring being property and informed the Schouten Bell family that he took off appeared deserted said is typically busy for the Gruber Gabriel family family with members often sawed it working around the farm yet postures remained empty the next morning to to friends of the household waited by the front gate to meet Victoria Gabriel on their weekly walk to Sunday mass. She failed to appear so the PAC continued on woods without her although pastas bought were also beginning to notice the activity in Tacoma affec- When no-one ungraded the postman on Monday he through the kitchen window expecting disable bustling a bell but the room was empty at nine. AM on Tuesday April four and the Kenneka Rod I scheduled appointment to repair days of engine Hay to Ooh the cattle mooing and Doug Balking from within the stables but he's knocks to the front door went unanswered and there was no smoke coming from the chimney thinking the family must have stepped out. He went to inspect the engine room and noticed the luck was broken and easily removable. He carried rigged the engine to the tool shed and spent the next four and a half hours fixing it afterwards as he walked across the courtyard he noticed the previously the locked door to the bond was now what open and the family's pet at. Jim and spits watchdog had been removed from the stables and was now taught the front door snarling mechanic assumed someone had since returned time but was confused as to why they had an approach team hey to visited the neighbouring shorten bowel residents to report on Hintikka affects unusual stillness concerned turned for the family forty eight year old Lorenzo shorten. Bala sent his two young sons to check. If anyone was home they found the entire farmhouse is locked with no lights on inside all was silent except for the cattles loud frantic sanding mooing
Heroism and resilience of Somali people in face of ongoing attacks
"Somali people have demonstrated heroism and resilience in the face of ongoing insecurity caused by senseless terrorist is to tax that's according to the u._n.'s most senior representative in the horn of africa country james swan who is the u._n. Secretary general's special representative for somalia was speaking you and headquarters in new york ahead of briefing the security council on wednesday somalia continues to be affected by insecurity caused by terrorists organizations like al-shabaab it will so struggles regularly with drought and his chronically underdeveloped. Mr swan arrived in somalia just two months ago so daniel dickinson began by scheme for his first first impressions. It's been some years since i was last in mogadishu and so overall. I've been impressed by signs of progress signs of life that i've witnessed recently coming back from meetings. I've seen young people playing football in the streets. I've seen <hes> signs of economic activity vity shops even a traffic jam which suggests that the capital is indeed <hes> coming back to life after many years of difficulty that said of course i the security situation remains a concern for all of us but especially for the somali population that has suffered over many years from senseless attacks six civilians. That's right. I mean there's almost a daily threat of attacks in mogadishu. How does that affect somalis who live there while they continue with their lives. Despite these threats they open businesses. They send their children to school. They have weddings. They care for one another. They simply have had to move on and continue with their lives and livelihoods in spite of these threats and i think it's really testimony to their resilience eh to their strength really to their heroism in the face of these senseless terrorist attacks. The mayor of mogadishu was assassinated recent. He's one of those those casualties of the civil unrest. You'd actually met him earlier. In the day you know what was he like. And what impact is that going to have on mogadishu on somalia. Well the mayor known as a engineer. Your resume was a well known political figure and leader in mogadishu and more broadly in somalia he'd he'd held number of senior ministerial and advisory portfolios in multiple governments <hes> he had spent many years abroad in the diaspora and i think he was a an example an impressive example of many somalis who have returned from abroad to help rebuild their country entry to invest their time their energy their expertise and their commitment <hes> <unk> trying to make somalia a better place he was an an example of that <hes> he will be missed but at the same time somalia's shown great strength in overcoming <hes> previous losses <hes> and from. I'm talking to those on his staff. I have no doubt that they will continue his work and seek to build on his earlier accomplishments as they move forward in the future. I i think the image that many people get from the international media is of a country in a continual political crisis. Listen to me. How far is that. There are many important political decisions that need to be made in somalia in the coming months. If national priorities <unk> are going to be achieved in two thousand twenty there are important objectives for twenty twenty <hes> including <hes> organizing national level elections including a continuing to make progress on security operations and broader security sector reform and advancing the the national development agenda including a by obtaining <hes> debt relief that would allow for predictable financing going forward. These are important priorities. He's <hes> they require a political agreement. They require a consensus among main <hes> somali leaders <hes> in order to achieve the success is that we're all hoping for in two thousand twenty so yes there's constant political debate <hes> constant political competition within somalia as within other other countries but what's most important now is that we move ahead with more consensual process <hes> leading into these key goals for twenty twenty but most levels of government still struggle to perform that basic functions. Is there any way that that's going to change in the near future. I've in fact been impressed. <hes> since my return <hes> to somalia and in the two months that i've been <hes> in country i've had the opportunity to visit <hes> all of the federal member states as well as somaliland and overall. I have been impressed by the quality and capability of <hes> the administration's astray shins that i've encountered in these different locations. I think we're seeing a many well educated. <hes> dynamic committed committed <hes> individuals increasingly young leaders who are assuming responsibilities and roles <hes> at the in the administration's both at the national channel level and at the federal member state level so they give me a great optimism really that the country is on the right path and that these individuals are we're going to make a significant further progress in being able to respond to the needs of the somali people. You've mentioned twenty twenty next year. What wysocki year it's a key year partly because of the political cycle in somalia the presidential mandate <hes> is four the years <hes> and so there is to be an election and another transition in twenty twenty or perhaps early twenty twenty one <hes> so <hes> a- as with any period or mandate in government <hes> this is a moment to try to consolidate progress and complete <hes> important goals that have been elaborated since the beginning of the president's term so among those are the importance of completing the electoral process itself this will require adoption of an electoral code before the end of this year <hes> and other technical preparations <hes> including of course identifying and funding the necessary budget twenty twenty. We'll also important for consolidating further progress on the security pretty front <hes> both in expanding on very promising operations that have been undertaken in lower shebele since the beginning of of april <hes> and that are continuing <hes> but also to ensure that other security sector improvements advance this involves not just the military police justice corrections so that <hes> the somali people can live in an environment of greater security and justice us and finally as i mentioned there is an important milestone in the national development agenda related to debt relief the government has has been working very hard on this priority it requires some further <hes> consultation and support with the legislature and with the federal member states <hes> but this would be a key benchmark of accomplishment if somalia's able to meet the requirements for debt relief in two thousand twenty darrell however if <hes> groups operating in the country i'll ship app for one which don't want that progress to be made. Well al-shabaab offers a negative suggestion data for the country's destructive agenda that is seeking to disrupt efforts by a well-meaning somalis and somali leaders to see the country advance. I think it's to the credit of the overall somali population that al-shabaab has been unsuccessful zestful in halting the progress that <hes> that we've seen in recent years and that despite the persistence of terrorist attacks six the national priorities continue to advance and we want to see them further consolidated in the coming year. What role can the u n play a in helping somalia on its path towards a better future i mean do you get the impression when you meet somali leaders that they're confident the u._n. Is doing good work. The united nations family is engaged in a wide range of programming across the full all united nations country team this includes work on women's empowerment it includes work on youth inclusion it includes outreach to civil society groups it includes humanitarian response through the world food program and the food and agriculture organization and unicef coordinated by the office of the coordinator for humanitarian affairs that includes work on cultural and educational issues and an array of other priorities. It also includes important support in the security sector notably through the u._n. Support office for somalia so i think across a wide range of issues the united nations family is contributing in close partnership with somalis. I would ed also of course the united nations assistance mission to somalia plays a role in terms of good offices and efforts is to support political and community reconciliation and to see the national political project including further democratisation <hes> move forward in the country so i think across a broad range of priorities that the somalis themselves have established. We are important contributing partners as you said. You've been working on somalia for <hes> more than a couple of decades. What's the best case outlook for four the country ten years hence. How'd you like to see somalia ten years from now. I think there's a widely shared vision that we would like to see somalia at peace in the country and with its neighbours we'd like to see it governed <hes> peaceably sibley and with stability and with significant public participation through a broadly accepted electoral process we'd like to see it on the path to sustained development <hes> with involvement not only by <hes> development partners but by an active private-sector. That's contributing to the lives and livelihoods of the somali people. I think these objectives are widely shared shared. I think we would like to see those objectives also be inclusive. Inclusive in terms of participation by women participation by young people apple seventy percent of the country is under thirty five years of age seventy percent of the population so the future is now in many ways for somalia so i think that is the objective that is shared vision that is guiding all of us as we try to work in partnership for a better somalia.
Attorney General William Barr says Robert Mueller asked DOJ for guidance on testimony limits
"Over in the states Mahler's five our testimony today here is the head of the Senate Judiciary Committee Jerrold Nadler no he does not have to comply with that lady doesn't work for them and that letter asks things that are there to be on the beach the power of the of the agency to ask even if he still work for them seems that nobody neither side knows what really is going on here on that particular point from Jerrold Nadler one of the new developments in the molar testimony is the fact that the story had come out where borrow the William Barr the Attorney General had sent Robert Muller a letter showing what the boundaries were of his testimony and it was assumed that bar send the letter which he did but what we found out yesterday was according to Robert Muller that it should be according to William Barr Robert Muller requested to the guidance from the department of justice Attorney General bill Barr told fox news on Tuesday but it was former special counsel Robert Muller Steen who asked the justice department to send Muller letter telling him to keep his upcoming testimony the house lawmakers within the boundaries of the public version of his Russia probe report the letter provoked criticism from Democrats you just heard some right there from Jerrold Nadler who also called it incredibly error again asked by fox news why the Monday letter was sent Barr said Muller staff as the department for guidance at his press conference Bob referring to Bob Muller Robert Muller had said this is a quote here at his press conference Bob and said that he intended to stick with the public reported not go beyond that are said in an interview and in conversations with the department his staff was reiterating that that was their position and they asked us for guidance in writing to explain or tell them what our position was so we're responded in writing the department sent the guidance that they had requested end of quote asked directly if it was mother who asked for the latter bar would plied yes the letter said by the way she should you testify the department understands the testimony regarding the work of the special counsel's office will be governed by the terms you outlined on may twenty ninth specifically that the information you discuss during your testimony appears in and does not go beyond the public version of your March twenty second two thousand nineteen report to the Attorney General or your may twenty ninth public statement end of quote speaking of fox news bar also hit back at Nadler who during a CNN interview called the letter incredibly error again for trying to instruct Mahler what to say Barr said quote he was misinformed as to the facts now that does show something it shows that Robert Muller apparently if that's the way the whole thing went down Robert Muller apparently wants that out that he can refer to over and over and over and over again wells with your request letter except the whole of the letter and say this is the official written guidance that we have gotten or you submit it if you have an opening statement you submit that with your opening statement and say requested the guidance here's a guide so we got back and then you raise it if you need it is that were Miller's going I don't know is that a possibility as to why you ask for of course it is I'm the other thing is that the reason I said that the Republicans know what's going on is because president trump on Tuesday blasted the house judiciary committee's decision to let former special counsel Robert Muller stop aid on the Russia investigation accompany him during his testimony before house lawmakers on Wednesday the skin from fox news he requested that Erin's doubly his former chief of staff and top aid be at the witness table during testimony fox news has told the intelligence committee will swear Sibley N. before sharing now will they ask him direct questions or will Mahler just referred to him if there's something that he's not clear on and therefore he will answer at that particular point I don't know from derided decision as unfair and a disgrace to our system hi a source close to Mahler told foxnews Erin simply was the deputy special counsel and had day to day oversight of the investigation conducted by the office he will accompany special counsel Mahler to Wednesday's hearing as was discussed with the committee more than a week ago Republicans have spoken out against a last minute change well they're claiming it wasn't a last minute change well they would know because of the committee was there and that agreement was made was a Republican the room word no Republicans in that room when it was done was it a week ago was that last minute so like I said can it seems to be confusion on on both
"sibley" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Outbound from Sibley to one hundred and fifty ninth street with a rollover crash in large steel coils that have spilled all over the Bishop Ford freeway nobody's able to get through at this time. So your best bet would be to use. I fifty seven or the skyway to get around that whole mess. The Edens outbound from Montrose Cicero, slow traffic 21-minutes up to lake cook. Inbound side, a little heavier. It's tight Cicero back into the junction twenty four from lake cook to the junction Kennedy, outbound twenty two. To the junction forty four out to the airport. The express lanes are actually gonna take longer today. So take the locals inbound side between Montrose in the burn interchange. Is where you're slow spots are forty seven minutes from O'Hare into downtown. The Eisenhower slow from Damon the first avenue forty two to Mannheim, fifty five out to three hundred forty seven back in from Thorndale to the post office. The Stevenson inbound fifty two already to the tri-state our and six to three fifty five. The inbound side we have an accident on the right shoulder at county line road type from Lamont to county line forty five minutes in from three fifty five twenty seven in from the tri-state. The Dan Ryan, stop and go from forty seven to the skyway on the outbound side, it's gonna take you twenty minutes to get out to ninety fifty inbound side twenty five minutes from ninety fifth into the circle. This report is sponsored by Sylvania automotive Sylvania's. Always looking to improve their headlights to help people see farther and drive safer. So they've developed their silver star ultra headlights to have greater clarity and the brightest down road visibility. So now, you can see what you've been missing Sylvania. Think farther down the road for personalized traffic on demand. Get the traffic Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts of team hockberg just search T R A F, I X Chicago in John desalvo WGN traffic central terminal.
"sibley" Discussed on KCRW
"To be the big man in Minnesota. He is buried in debt by eighteen forty nine. He was really looking around for some other way to to make a living. But he couldn't get out of the trade until he could pay his debts because of his financial difficulties. He. Really played the Dakota people false. Sibley wrote to peer Chateau who held most of civilised, dad. He wrote he boasted to him. The Indians are all prepared to make a treaty when we tell them to do. So and such a one as I may dictate I think I may safely promise you that. No treaty can be made without our claims being I secured. Sibley and Chateau said the Dakota owed them a lot of money. Those are the claims he's talking about and I saw the treaties as a way to get paid the way it happened was pretty ugly. Take the treaty signed. At Travers to sue the treaty was copied into the Dakota language for the chiefs to discuss. But they're copied left out. A key fact the government wasn't going to give the Dakota their payment in a lump sum as the Dakota wanted and expected. Instead, the money would stay in the hands of the government to be doled out in much smaller annual payments, not just in gold, but also food and things like farming equipment. The treaty did provide three hundred and five thousand dollars in cash right away, most of it. So the Dakota could quote unquote, settle their affairs after the signing of the treaty siblings. Allies took the chiefs aside to sign a second document cheese later said they thought it was just another copy of the treaty. But in fact, they were agreeing to hand over most of that three hundred and five thousand to the traders, all but sixty thousand to settle their debts. So the traders got their money Sibley himself walked away with sixty six thousand dollars more cash than the Dakota people. Again, Mary winger that cleared him that cleared his debts that.
"sibley" Discussed on KCRW
"A leading the goal for the whites during these treaty deals was a man named Henry Sibley. Nobody was more important in the creation of the state of Minnesota. He later become its first governor the treaty couldn't have happened without Henry Sibley. To learn more about civilly, I talked to this historian. I'm Mary winger d-, and I wrote a book called north country the making of Minnesota, then it's pretty much the definitive history of Minnesota up to and including the US Dakota war, isn't it. Well, I'm not gonna say that. But yes, it is. Winker says Henry Sibley moved in from Detroit in the eighteen thirties. He was just twenty three the American fur company gave him a big job. Overseeing the southern half of what's now. Minnesota Sibley had a child with a Dakota woman. He understood that a coder language. He went before congress criticizing treaties that quote betrayed and deceived Indians. And as a young man, he just relished spending his time with the Dakota, and he would go out and hunt with them and really fostered. Good relations with them. But the first trade was a dying business economic was conomic Adine business when he came here by this time the region had been over hunted revenues were down and everyone from managers Sibley to local traders on the frontier down to the Dakota man who did the actual hunting was in hawk to the for company who had advanced the money for all the supplies traps and guns, even though he may seem.
"sibley" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Maybe I mean, you know, in in the metoo world Scholtz. You know, we know how he treated as wife. We all saw that when when had the camera crew over the house. We watch last you where like the cameras comes out like woman get dinner made guests over you're just yelling at enter the whole time that segment coast. He's a doctor by the guy that you know, physically assault. Someone literally on camera would would be a great home life. Right. But the d stands for death. So are we talking about a PHD? Are we talking about a guy who can cut on somebody when we're saying doctor, but my show maybe honorary like at a university graduation Bill Cosby caused? Yeah. Well, not anymore. They took it away was a real doctor, my alma mater for Fordham, university the first ones to to resend it. And he that was at my graduation two thousand one. He was the keynote speaker. Oh, wow. Wow. And a bad. Yup. Give the girl the tree Lynn. Yeah. The Buddha with Bob his speech was just about how the future only gets brighter. He's like Liga me. Nothing. Bad will happen. The top. And I shall stay there till I die on my client, Mr. Corbin on several occasions has made himself available at anytime or day for mister Sibley to come on talking wrestling, Mr. Sibley has not once precipitated respond. Please. For why he is blowing my Klein on auto. I'm not just blowing him off clients to Tom Sibley relishes and going on wrestling Powell casts and talking about anything but resident, but he knows full. Well, he could pull that shit with case. See is the whole thing is is here. This forget, no. On my on the talk and wrestling podcast. You are the wrestling content because you're from a wrestling podcast. So we could really talk about anything because the wrestling is already there. How's your knowledge butts? But to Sibley does talk. But well, I love anytime. He talks about Mandy roses, Instagram. I also follow and it is fantastic. Leaving ever thought it you see Mandy rose on Instagram juice. At her, and it was the their butts like they're asked to ask I did pitcher ever. Are you shitting me the greatest butts in Canada? Right there. Yeah. Yeah. Andy rose, Canadian no Tristesse, she's like from Long Island, which just makes it that. Yeah. And that's where my favorite hockey team resides. So who doesn't like the islanders the best? Because when I was a kid they were the champs, and I didn't have a parent to bring me into hockey. Usually with teams you you take your parents team. He grew up with your dad was barely there for you. At the wrestling shows guys tearing up your HOGAN sign up firms like that's on you. Yeah. You shouldn't have done that should've put it up in front of them. As my sisters, George the animal. Steele for presidents. I never got ripped. 'cause nobody cares about holding up during the George Janelle steel match. But you know, you think about now George animals steel could be president. Not even doing that bad of a job. Anyone in the hall of fame? Probably could my God. That's so great lot of turnbuckle eating the net. Yeah. What is going to happen? So Sibley will eventually do it. I know that will happen. Maybe even today, maybe even today know today, but maybe. What is going to happen? Are you guys coming to summer slam next next summer where Toronto Toronto, but it's on a spot. Listen, we've been we've been talking about doing thing. I know we've been talking about doing thing. But no, remember when we were at all in watching talk about it. Mega-powers? We might be able to put something together you were talking with. Well, I mean, I don't want to put anybody on the spot mardi. We're talking we're talking about talking about talking about it. So we'll by August. You may see us north of the border Sibley. I don't know what your status is with being able to cross such thing. But they're so weird about sex stuff. You know? No, I have to check my passport. But I think it's still good. We're only going to twenty nineteen right? I think I might passports till twenty twenty mines expired. I gotta get a new one today. Yeah. What if I could job Canada that can you could be on Riverdale Handmaid's tale. I started watching Sabrina the other night Serena's another one up there. Yeah..
"sibley" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Wrestling podcast. I am beyond the mat mcgarvy with me. Pro wrestling paddle on Thome Sibley. Hey, greetings from Saudi Arabia. I've gone over here. And I'm pretty I'm digging. It man I'm doing there's a lot of cool stuff. John's changed his tune on Saudi Arabia analogy span. Yeah, I'm actually being beamed in via Skype. We're having some fun out here for us. The ring professional wrestling encyclopedia of April. Back baby. It's once again, it's Wednesday. He's back baby. And this is actually being recorded on Wednesday. It's as if kind of like the last month, we've been doing it says if they have double triple Univer triple W universe down on the fact that they're going to Saudi Arabia, and then they're just going to do everything else to fucking stick it up the the fans asked, right? So then we'll put HOGAN in yet to birds. We'll have Shane turn up at the fuck. Best the land. We're going to have Brock peop-. Then then somebody got word to undertaker and Kane now when Sean flips off the top rope don't catch them. Let them let them smash as boy toy face. You know, I was I was watching it on an elliptical machine and HOGAN comes out and has just like all right. So they're just you know, you think this is fucked up checkout this code you. Like, you're watching porn on the train. You're looking around like watching. And then I start watching it. And I watched some highlights of it. But it was just I honestly had that feeling of of like don't support this. This just don't well. You know, what couldn't support itself was triple h peck where or when you try Dottie his muscle screaming at just up the human chess is not supposed to look like that. When you severely over- develop a muscle like that and you use may be questionable. Pharmaceuticals or whatever you wanna call it. Let's let's let's be honest. Who's asking the questions, you know, you're gonna tear your fucking peck off the bone. I mean, Jesus it has suffered a few muscle tears in his career. He's has he ever torn us bicep or was that. My arm thinking to China, Hashi, tears bicep, and then it came back in the leather jacket that was the plots that was no leather jacket. No, he came back from the quads wearing they all Denham. He's had another. He's had another muscle. Tear up top. I don't know which one it was try or a by because because those are all three of the post Royd injury that you see in in sports like the never never reformed sports were guys tearing quads and PECS and biceps until. Dr is just like, you know, Paul. This is gonna keep happening getting worse as you get older. So maybe trips just give it two straight stop using steroids..
"sibley" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Do you watch wrestling welcome to new orleans i have wrestling mat mcgarth they with me professional wrestling battle on tom sibley dirt added oh cross him fresh wrestling encyclopedia vince april it's one thing to do that and enjoy it it's another thing to always do it and look at me way like the early enjoyment is derived out of my pain and that's the it is but you know we've stopped doing it the last chicago show we did not have a feeling and we were not allowed to have it on that day no but the crowd helped me this time i do own the publishing all in all su if i got a call jerry mcdevitt i'll do it who you'll call jeremy piven okay jerry mcdevitt who's jerry mcdevitt vinci's lawyer oh he'll need him for that tanning booth episode you remember they did the raw where vince got arrested for some reason.
"sibley" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Got she never got high like this dad like this when she puppet to sibley crushing you yaldo come show voting groceries so for me so exposed i yang repulsed me okay balls good could you tell wild ninety four nine the base number one hit music station you can't gang gang gang gang gangs jay.
"sibley" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Sixteen maybe fit what are you what is this what issues that sixteen seventeen 70s might even be and let me look because i i started we started on we zero one i started on one when you're to a once some models you know carbon last time he was on was election night yeah all right that was an issue to 17 yes so the 17th episode comes out with royce global this me right on mid wicket the kids find you on the web bent sabree on twitter of instar labor on instagram etc and so forth triggered the sibley brothers at our emmett sibley and at the term sibley tom sibley arts on instagram the water king has to go to the water closet and let me tell you this is one hundred percent the water king are now neither omer here now i will say this unbiased yeah but tom sibley at the paper view yeah sunday night had the hiccups and the water king had teach him how to drink water upside down to get rid of the hiccups only the water king knew that what a load of nadia water king and not know how to cure the hiccups by not knowing how to drink water i think you're under something casing the water king new what is your old friends matt mccarthy saying follow me on all forms of social media instagram twitter snapchat at mccarthy red ahead go to this is matt mccarthy dot com for all your matt mccarthy needs.
"sibley" Discussed on WCHS
"Two and one big game from quarterback jeremiah mile of three rushing touchdowns and interception return for a score and up passing touched down as the wayne pioneers win winfield forty six twenty four braxton county beat lewis county twenty two fourteen berkeley springs wins for the first time beating frankford twenty six twenty one shady spring over independent six two three chapman ville the nitro twenty one to fourteen and the polka dots of one two in a row polka over logan by ten thirty two twenty back to the phones we go was join now west mckinney west of course the voice of the princeton tigers who dropped owen three on the season tonight wes yeah fred uh a a tough loss ford princeton tonight you know this was a game that the coaching staff to solve that opportunity coming off the by we could than before that the uh boy out lawsuit against bluefield talking to courage cut ago you know this week he felt like princeton really had a shot in tonight's game and i was listening to eric widows report there are a few moments ago and princeton goes up a seven six with thirty three seconds left to go before a half time that kim on a short field the score for princeton and after a 57 yard kickoff return by devan sibley um jacob olsen able to punch sedan on a short field a few plays later from eight yards out um but really the the momentum schifter end end the game it felt like was forty nine yard field goal by uh parker's burke south kicker ahmed ali and i know eric said that was a school record at least she thought so and we think it's also a a honey cut stadium record of forty nine yard field goal the just it seemed to deflate print down a little bit uh right there before half time and i i don't know if pension ever recovered um from that feel goal putting parker's burke south up nine seven but the real turning point of the game uh princeton down sixteen to seven early.
"sibley" Discussed on Countdown
"Sasha sibley of asked as lose etkin peered through the porthole in the main module nothing lose at cannes echoed when sibley ebbs monitor the space station got bigger and bigger as the progress closed from three thousand two two thousand to one thousand feet and kept coming when the range indicator red just one hundred fifty feet the station solar panels practically blotted out the entire screen tried again and other rain sibley of shouted at both other man fold headed back for the kmt monchal but before he even reached the passageway between the modules was etkin looked out his window and called there it is already it's coming in fast then sibley of barked out the order that full was hoping not to here michael get in the space craft he said the spacecraft in this case meant the soyuz vehicle that was always kept attached to the station and could be used as a lifeboat and a ride home in case of an emergency in order to get inside it meant power it up and prepared for flight because we may need to abandon ship fold dash through the opposite hatch into what was known as the transfer note a spherical structure with six different portholes to which six different modules were attached the second he got there he heard and felt a powerful bang and joe instantly a klaxons began to sow the mirror had been hit and hit hard full knew what the rules called for him to do now and that was to state absolutely still and pay attention to the feeling inside his head up if he felt nothing the spacecraft was intact if he felt a mild popping in his ears it meant that somewhere along its breadth the mir's whole had been breached and it was leaking air if he felt the sudden extremely painful popping it could well be the last thing he field because it would mean that the space station had been ripped wide open he felt the subtler pop.
"sibley" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"I'm benjamin button but any button me back oh tom sibley way there was another match oh there's no way john seen is going to be baron corbyn's brew and that's the cart maybe you know setled the chips k went over maybe maybe seen as people beat him on the well that's a levin fucking matches jesus christ's yeah is going to be first thing is always do much well it's it's i think it's a four hour show this time right that starting at seven instead of the east coast turns the main card probably four hours the pre shows probably yeah six laura yeah because why did you say it was hour cousteau's hours is wrestling is two overs as park i just got tax from justin board he's the referee calls right on a metal armies looking are you texting us power up here dan also june my number old hour we gotta we got a reset number at apparently xbox is on the card because unless he is referring to adrian novel this is my recollection of our went down i said justin dean dean need to get on the list you said that'd be great thank you i said what do you need a plus one and i find said plus three but then you said i may bring my other brother so of telling man he said plus but i think what he meant was just three total and then mac os i can't believe it just as does know how to counter three.
"sibley" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"Tom sibley thinks he's hatchet on a silver platter okay but all is as the coltart on paper delay he have to use me as the example he could add a new bout anyone jad too i i feel it's always best personalized when you can't you could it said it about conrad banner you know they doors are six o'clock tonight it says the snatches start at seven thirty we're going at all regained by 4 yeah okay just really tight on he'd now go heavy nina iin a couple me paul mattis's i have uh i there is some family coming into town that i'm going to be spending some time with sounds made up you just saw your family now it's as some of rachel's families coming into town i love and i love her family as well they're they're fantastical your knees center and her brother pepper on the other hand uh she's she's monitor without on the pep she's not fail in it i i heard right now i cannot abide i heard right now pepper is in the elevator in uh rachel's building with a like a piece of uncooked spaghetti and she's she's trying to reach the buttons to go down to the to the lobby that's a really i don't like that but it's a very cute image to picture her because she's she's csce kenny omega versus evil did you watch that that was true in one of my favorites of the entire tournament yeah me too in i as i also evils mother fokker in my in my notes it says oh mg wada w a w h a t t a match with seven aides on the match all caps is about two three in the morning.
"sibley" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show
"Some probably shrugged off easily while other shrug off to struggle to find a place in themselves in the classroom and in the workplace right you think about that so we seen this during our interviews it's been amazing for me with women and technology over the years in and i've interviewed so many women since we started this list some five years ago but however the other ness so to speak a is just one reason women leave the engineering field and some of the reasons are less subjective and potentially more detrimental that's the discussion today because these reasons were analyzing the study released last summer by authors carol surin of uci university of california irvine uh susan sibley a professor at mit aaron check of the university of michigan and brian rubanov of miguel university and it was interesting the national science foundation funded the study which attempted to reveal why women who go to college for engineering tend to leave the profession more often than men so the research uncovered some really troubling trends which are kind of interesting because for instance by asking more than forty undergraduate engineering stool students at four institutions to keep twicemonthly diaries a picture began kinda to emerge in which female engineering students had negative experience in team based activities so for instance several diary entry suggested males in a team would revert to older more stereo typical gender roles when working on projects outside of the classroom women team members were often assigned these menial tasks which less them feeling marginalized and undervalued.