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"thorpe" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"He was just such a fan of of sports in general and he was on this trip with his parents and total coincidence. They had driven past jim thorpe and he was like let's stop and he sort of saw the spot he was like. I feel like there's something there we should look at whatever this is and it turned out that that was like jim. Thorpe was jim thorpe's burial place totally overgrown when would not have known it without stopping there to go look for it too fast forward a bit in one thousand nine hundred ninety the native american graves protection and repatriation act or nagara was signed into law by president. George h w bush. This law was passed as a way to correct past abuses to and guarantee protection for the human remains and cultural objects of native american tribal culture among the provision of this law is the right to repatriation of indigenous cultural items including human remains that are quote controlled by museums or federal agencies. So law basically pave the way for indigenous people and nations to have the remains of their ancestors returned to them for museums where they are held. Jim thorpe's youngest son. John again known as jack filed suit to have his father's remains repatriated to the sac and fox nation under nagara on june. Twenty fourth two thousand ten. He thought that because his father's funeral ceremony had been interrupted and because he had not been buried on sac and fox land that his soul was not at rest as we mentioned earlier. Jack thorpe died in twenty eleven and after his passing his surviving brothers. Bill and richard were added to the suit along with the sac and fox nation in two thousand thirteen united states district court. Judge richard caputo found in favor of thorpe's sons. He ruled that. Nagpur town of jim thorpe. It could be defined as a museum receiving federal funds because the town had gotten money under the american recovery and reinvestment. Act of two thousand nine. But by that point the town of jim thorpe had become more of a tourist attraction not specifically because of the jim thorpe immemorial the town started hosting birthday celebrations and other memorials. And even though the memorial he was laid to rest. Wasn't it's key tourist attraction. Jim thorpe had become a core part of the town's identity many residents and at this point some of thorpe's daughters and grandchildren objected to the repatriation and filed an appeal as i understand it by this point in the story the memorial was a lot better maintained than it had been when his biographer founded as a child on october. Twenty third twenty fourteen. A three judge panel of the us third circuit court of appeals reversed the lower court's ruling under the absurdity doctrine. The basic idea was that a literal reading of the plain text of nagris provisions. Here would be in. This context absurd. The ruling had two key parts. One that nagpur could not have been intended to overrule the intent of the deceits legal next of kin and pass thorpe as the next of kin of jim. Thorpe had legally made the decision for where he would be carried. The other was that upholding. The lower court's ruling would allow nagpur to become a tool to settle family disputes among indigenous people. And in this case the question of whether to repatriate thorpe's remains was at its heart a family dispute and one that was complicated by centuries of indigenous history. Again as i understand it. When the court disputes started jim thorpe's pretty unified in their. They're feeling that his remains should be returned back to the second fox nation but over time. Not all of them agreed anymore. And this is where to me. This becomes so heartbreaking because you see these things play out and families where people start to disagree about something.
"thorpe" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Had never been as strong at baseball s. He had been in football or track and field and there were also some rumors that he was being brought onto the team. Basically to bring in fans and not to actually play running alongside. That was the idea that the expense of paying him was going to be worth it as long as his presence on the team. So tickets one of the reasons that thorpe had wanted to qualify for the olympics was that he wanted to prove that he was worthy of marrying is miller also called av. Who was his longtime sweetheart from carlisle. Ivy's background is a little bit complicated. She had been born in cherokee country and her mother was reportedly part cherokee. But there's no evidence to back that up her father seems to have fabricated and indigenous ancestry for her and her siblings so that he could enroll them in a boarding school after their mother died. It is not entirely clear. How much or what indigenous ancestry she had if any and whether or not jim knew about any of this gemini. I've got married after the nineteen thirteen world series which the giants lost to the philadelphia. Athletics four games to one. They got married at the catholic chapel that they hit attended while they were at carlisle and their honeymoon. Was the giants white sox world tour in which the giants and the white sox traveled west across the united states and then to japan with stops all over asia europe and northern africa. Jim an ivy would go on to have four children. Jim junior gail charlotte and grace back. At carlisle. students were petitioning for an investigation into poor conditions at the school. The results of this investigation were appalling. Detailing deprivation beatings and virtually the entire school being quote made subservient to football and athletics. The report also leveled numerous charges against pop warner who had been the coach of the athletics. There and one of the people who really encouraged jim. Thorpe from abusive treatment of players to financial corruption warner denied these charges claiming that they were the work of a vendetta by disgruntled former athletes he left carlisle and took a job with the university of pittsburgh. The carlisle school closed in one thousand. Nine hundred. eighteen report is like it's indicative of one of the truths about carlisle. Which is that jim. As an athlete and other athletes there were sealed in from some of the worst things about the school in their position of being athletes. And like this report brought a lot of that too light for people who didn't know about it. On december fifteenth of nineteen sixteen. Thorpe got a letter that he was now qualified to be a. Us citizen in closed was the deed for his land allotment. As we talked about earlier there was a whole process where somebody had been able to maintain a land allotment for a long enough time. They were qualified to become a citizen that same year he also started playing and coaching the canton bulldogs which is a professional football team based in canton ohio so he was playing professional baseball and football at the same time. They're their seasons. didn't entirely overlap..
"thorpe" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"With warner telling him that he might wanna coach one day and if he did he would need to know about track and field to do a good job at it. We have really focused on football so far. But by this point carlisle's athletic reputation involved multiple sports including track and field and that reputation had also drawn some criticism including allegations that carlyle was fielding players. Were not actually students. And while it was true that some of carlisle's players were older than the typical college player and that some of them barely attended classes. The school maintained that all of its players were legal. It did however implement a four year limit to how long players could remain on a varsity team. In an effort to deflect criticism albert einstein who was about to age out of the varsity track team was assigned to thorpe kind of as a mentor at the time. Exxon dying held most of the schools medals in track and field and a meet at the end of his first season. Thorpe broke all of those records. When the varsity football season started in the fall thorpe insisted that he be allowed to play but warner objected that he didn't wanna put his track star at risk as a compromise. Werner tried to put on the football team as a kicker and thorpe would not accept that as being good enough finally exasperated with thorpe's insistence warner. Basically made him the target for tackling practice but as his teammates tried to tackle him he just kept dodging them in flipping them over and then outrunning. Everyone who is left standing. The descriptions of this for multiple people are really like pop. Warner was like fine. You want to be on the football team. You're going to be the target for this practice. And they did not work out. The way learner was expecting so pop warner finally relented and allowed thorpe onto the varsity football team. Although he was inexperienced enough as a football player that he spent most of that first season on the bench he was a backup player to albert pain. I think one of the biographies i read. It said that his first varsity football practice was the first time he had worked with an actual football rather than the one that had been together from leather scraps and stuffed with rags carlisle finished that season. Though with ten wins and one loss and thorpe started a book of press clippings about his games. Thorpe return to both track and field and football carlisle in nineteen. Oh eight and he started to get a lot more time on the field in football games one reason was that a lot of carlisle players had reached their four year limit and had aged out. But also thorpe was just flat out. Amazing for example in carlisle's game against conway hall thorpe scored five touchdowns and threw a thirty yard. Pass that led to another score during the first half of the game warner finally pulled him out of the game because he felt like they were just humiliating. The other team the final score there was fifty three to zero at this point. Thorpe temporarily took a break from carlisle. So that's a good point to also take a pause this episode. We will pick it up next time. Do you have a little bit of listener. Mail for us visor new. This listener mail is is from. Jean and jean. The most wonderful picture gene wrote in after our episode where i interviewed dr catherine sharp landeck about jackie. Cochran engine says hi helen..
Trouble Church Browne
"On this episode five minutes in Church history, we are talking about Robert Brown he was an English separatist t was born in fifteen fifty and he died in sixteen thirty three. But we've titled This episode Trouble Church Round because that's what he was known as by those who didn't agree with him and those that he tangled with throughout his life. So I'm sure you're intrigued. Let's jump right in he studied at. Cambridge. University and there he fully aligned himself with the puritans he came under a puritan influence. And he sided with the puritans against the Elizabethan forces in the church, of England at that time. Now, the puritans at that moment were attempting to reform the church from within and Robert Brown was part of that movement but by the end of the fifteen seventy. So he began to realize where he decided that that was not the right path to take, and so he gave up on that attempt to reform from within and he decided to separate in fifteen eighty one he is credited as founding what would be the first congregational church. He was the first to officially secede, and we need to realize that he's about thirty years old at this time as he's doing this. Well, he was arrested, but he was very quickly released and within a few months he left for the Netherlands. There in fifteen, eighty, two married he married Alice Allen and together they had nine children she died in sixteen ten. But he married her back in fifteen eighty to fifteen, eighty three. He wrote his book by this title, a treatise of reformation without tearing for any and of the wickedness. which will not reform till the magistrate. Command or compel them. In this book which is really small tract actually he puts forward the notion of the separation of church and state. He believes that the church is not ruled by the monarch by Civil Magistrate, but the church is ultimately ruled over by Christ himself and churches. A Matter Church membership is a matter of private conscience and not a public mandate were law enforced by the magistrate. The Queen was over the civil life and over the magistrate, but the church separate from that, and so this is a very important book in the history of ideas, very important book and political philosophy and in the history of the church. And the first paragraph Robert Trouble Church Brown says it is marvelled an often talked of among many why we should be so reviled and so troubled many and also leave our country we talking there about himself and his fellow dissenters and how they had to leave their country. He continues for Suth say the enemies there is some hidden sing in them more than plainly appear with for they bear evil will to their Queen Elizabeth into their country. They, forsake the Church of God and condemn the same and are condemned of all the also discredit and bring into contempt the preachers of the Gospel in other words these dissenters are something wrong with them. They're against the Queen there against the Church of England, and to that Robert Brown says, we say that they are the men which trouble Israel, these preachers in the Anglican Church. They seek evil to the Prince and not we. And that they forsake in condemn the church and not we. Well, that was Robert. Brown in fifteen, eighty three but in fifteen, eighty five, he decided to go back into the Church of England. So after about five years and after his book which caused many ripples in England he went back into the Anglican Church he wasn't a total conformist however, and he often clashed with the church and its leadership has said that he was arrested thirty two times over the course of his ministry for his views. He did end up in the East Midlands in a small little village Thorpe H. He was there from fifteen ninety one until his death in sixteen, thirty, his followers, the Brown lists you might have heard of them made their way onto the mayflower and cross the Atlantic. Well, that's trouble church. Robert. Brown the English separatists I'm Steve Nicholson. Thanks for listening in five minutes churches.
Seattle - Smoke over Puget Sound up to 6,000 feet thick and 'very unhealthy'
"The air and the puget sound region is still really unhealthy this morning because of the wildfires but it doesn't smell as smoky as it did last week Kyw's I li show Neil explains why the smoke we're breathing in the puget sound area right now it's kind of old. That's according to fair inherent Thorpe with the Washington State Department of Ecology. Fresh you know it's basically like standing next to a campfire and you're getting all those fresh missions right off the trees and then as it sticks around and lingers in the atmosphere. It starts to chemically react it mix with water. So it doesn't smell the same color of this guy has changed his well, it's wider less Orange Herron. Thorpe says, that's in part because of cloud cover and it's also because most of the smoke is close to the surface not far above us in the atmosphere. Eilly show Neil can you w
"thorpe" Discussed on The Full 48
"They can be a little bit more conventional if better for hardened to be I mean he's wearing down and they did four months off right is gonNA be same thing next year if it's a regular season without other pandemic break which I'm hoping for. At go find Santer. There's there's lots of options out there play more. Run different run a different offensive system on have another primary ball handler. That's more of a quarterback maker not some like Westbrook that will just take a bunch of bad shots. They've some good pieces, but they need your Daniel houses. Good. But he's I'm not sure he's a long-term starter I. I. don't trust Ben. macklemore I don't Trust Austin rivers. I never had maybe I'm wrong. We'll find out. When they play tonight and next series if they win the night, I just don't see them long term I think they've got a real overhaul do and I think there are more. He's amazing. I've said it many times he's got great. I for talent analytics department clearly is great but I think they need to stop playing this way which they will another gets his style Dantonio somewhere else and be great. But I think for what they have on this team they need to play differently than how the play now agree on all that the supporting cast I mean credited Dantonio credit to Darrow Maury like David found guys do play well off of James Harden, and they've gotten the right kind of players but it's just it's it's such a low ceiling. Yeah. Supporting cast there just isn't much else there. Obviously, they haven't gotten up from Gordon in this series as well, and I don't know where else they turn at this point but. You know they've they've had hardened for for pretty long stretch here. Now you know we we can say it's about the warriors and in part it is still When you've got a player of that caliber wanted the best scores we've ever seen in an MVP and perennial MVP candidate. losing whether they've lost by now by the time listeners here this or whether they're losing in the second round That's not. Not The outcomes that you can sustain for very long before something has to give the star goes where everybody else goes and I duNno, I have a feeling. We'll be talking about the rockets for I for the next few months. Regardless of what happens tonight well, and and let's say like the clippers. Recovering they province of two or three days. Also basketball goldfish go play tennis walked the park whatever where am ask I, just forget about basketball as best as we can can come in although I feel badly for those that had told you on the text anyone that's got kids in our toddlers. Those kids are in school or a sports team like they can't just come to the bubble so easily. So it's almost unfair for the older players like Lebron his son son can't take five weeks off whatever's trying to train to be a great college player whatever. So I think. I think La is just mentally recovering and at just like Denver is going to be too old before they wake up as long as La plays well plays ARD because we're. Okay is going to be a little bit delirious, Yeah Clippers Lakers conference finals, which is what we've been talking about a year ago July and very much looks like we're on track for that and the only bummer of that is that it means we're not all getting fourteen days in L. A. repeatedly going to staple center while they change the court out, and then we like everybody everybody who covers this league everybody was looking forward to the idea of an all La Conference finals and we're going to get it. It just won't be la it will be in. Orlando or whatever the Lake Buena Vista. For, let you go I mentioned obviously you can catch all of. Kush. Thorpe's work on on troop podcasts and and articles as well and you guys should subscribe if you haven't. By No, you're also launching an APP soon for virtual player development is this for for the average player, as well as the pros like who's where will they be able to find this again? We're just working on it. Now, the pro, the pro training center dot com it's for anyone who wants to get better basketball. Most of our subscribers will be player that WANNA get better. We'll have parents I've done this for a while never had an APP before where parents want to help their kids coaches, coaches subscribe. and. It's also great to get in shape but that's I. Don't think. Mostly. It's for players WANNA get better. Basically, it's what I do in my pros in the off season, the approaching center narcan appreciate you asked me about that. No absolutely. So folks look for that soon to if you want to train like a pro, all the benefits that all the pros get from coach thoughts There you go. It will be available to you on the APP store other. Yes. Sir Very soon. Awesome. Coach, this has been great. I'm glad we got a chance to catch up finally. It was it was too long. That's my faults. Let the next gap hopefully will not be quite as long nor as dramatic. If I. Look Forward to seeing you and hug you person. Howard. Absolutely. Thanks so much essays Moran..
"thorpe" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"And. Now, the loan has welcome to the low post podcasts words the Friday before the NBA playoffs, which means it must be time for the fourth or fifth or third time no longer has any meeting at eight by eight first round rapid fire series preview with the one and only David Thorpe of True Hoop and the author of basketball is jazz all around good guy how are you sir? I'm doing great. It's a weird time talking playoffs. Of course, as I take my kids to college tomorrow with none of this makes any sense but. Luckily, we have a lot to look forward to thank goodness what we don't even have an eight by because we don't have eight. We only have seven playoff series of letter set. Everyone is assuming the eighth one will be Blazers Lakers and blazers only have to the grizzlies once, and let's just take a second. would. Damian Lillard, is done. In the last three games the whole bubble but the last three games fifty something sixty something forty something and for a team that. Is it's just they're the cardiac kids of the bubble like every game is coming down to the wire, they need to literally every point to survive in get into the play. Damian Lillard look I'm Damian Lillard true believer. I. M fourth on my MVP. Ballot I. Think he might the single best leader in the entire NBA but what he has done in the bubble is absolutely ridiculous however. I want to know where you stand on this coach. There's been a lot of well if the blazers get it. There's been a lot of discussion in the media about, ooh, that's a nightmare for the Lakers. That's a that's a bad. That's a tough first round match up. This is a western conference. Finals team. That's an eighth seed. That's normal just very quickly since we're not gonNA do the Lakers like if that's the series like Lakers Memphis is a walkover for the Lakers I don't care the Lebron's look. That like. That's a walkover memphis banged up blah blah blah. What, what would be your thirty Second Lakers Blazers I mean, how Lebron Plan? If Lebron is the gotTa. We saw all year pre pandemic break. I don't figure that competitive although Portland clearly is much better than mentors for readings. We understand this was not the team we saw year right by if Lebron I just not his handle wasn't sharp. I tweeted about this he clearly either were saving something wiping accommodation of waiting his turn, which we all you talked with us all the time on your show every week we know your you stop picking against the. cavs when you realized that he was just kind of sandbagging but his skill game looked a little soft to me Zach and the only other thing I'll say is you mentioned Damien of course but what and I wrote it this last night, what Nurkic did was breathtaking to me is just an old ball coach. This was an this is an enormous man who literally gave me the example to send young players. This is how you leave it on the court. There are parts of. Skin right now, and bone on that core is on the floor five times in the last five minutes of the game. It was just they did everything they could and they couldn't celebrate, which is the point I want to make their I mean I don't know if they're going to beat Memphis twice. I don't know if they'll beat him this first time they've got to be exhausted. And Memphis has really almost nothing to lose. They made it when it looked like it may not I Portland wins but they're going to be so tired I didn't they come back if they if they win Saturday, at least they get some rest before they play having Tuesday but I just think they're going to be an a hole before they get started because they're going to be so exhausted. So I don't think la in five maybe but they'll be good games. I mean Portland's a walkover for sure on CJ being hurt is why think it's much easier he's not the same player with a broken back. Well, you just took it. Mouth talent me is a skeptic. That's a tough series for the Lakers I. I think that they roll that series pretty easily because I just Portland after four months off is just playing with game seven desperation. Every single game Nurkic has been off for a year recovering from injury not playing dame could get those ninety seconds of rest of the beginning. Of. The fourth quarter another net displayed the whole second half Cj's got a broken back there thin is all held to begin with Collins is still working his way back like you know Terry, pull them in crunch time after Mr couple shots yesterday I just I get to Lebron's look rusty. The Lakers are down a couple rotation guards though Rondo may back. I just don't see that as a tough series for Lakers Let me just go back to Lillard for a second. My friend Jason concepcion from the Ringer who is the Corgi? People might know him as network the Corgi on twitter a posted some anonymous spice last night from a fellow ringer staffer saying we talk about Damian Lillard like he's a six time champion but he just got his team the eighth seed. If you're getting knocked out early in the playoffs year after year why don't we just call you what you are mediocre superstar and you see that line of thought now and then about Damian this good. Why are the blazers not getting anywhere in the playoff of the conference finals? Every season and I, would I actually think I vehemently disagree with that I again, I'm a Damian Lillard? True Believer. Maybe I'm the wrong person to ask but I think that is..
Top E.U. Court Rules Against Hungary’s N.G.O. Law
"The top court in the European Union has ruled that Hungary broke European law by restricting foreign funding of civil organizations the European Court of justice at the restrictions discriminated against both the NGOs involved arms the donors Nick Thorpe reports from Budapest the course of justice of the European Union ruled that the twenty seventeen Hungarian low on the funding of non governmental organizations from a broad formulated both fundamental rights and the free movement of capital Viktor Orban's Fidesz government argued that it was necessary to make the work of foreign funded NGOs more transparent the NGOs replied that they were far more transparent than government backed associations and that the law was designed to punish those in Hungary who stand up for human
Hungary 'broke EU law with foreign funding rules'
"The top court in the European Union has ruled that Hungary broke European law by restricting foreign funding of civil organizations the European Court of justice at the restrictions discriminated against both the NGOs involved arms the donors Nick Thorpe reports from Budapest the course of justice of the European Union ruled that the twenty seventeen Hungarian low on the funding of non governmental organizations from a broad formulated both fundamental rights and the free movement of capital Viktor Orban's Fidesz government argued that it was necessary to make the work of foreign funded NGOs more transparent the NGOs replied that they were far more transparent than government backed associations and that the law was designed to punish those in Hungary who stand up for human rights
Special Update with Dr. Osguthorpe
"Welcome to essential oil solutions with doe Tara. Today we're bringing you a recording from Kirk showers and Dr Russell Oscar Thorpe discussing updates on the current situation and advice on how to keep you and your family healthy. I am Kirk Jars. And I'm pleased to host this March sixteenth episode of Covert Nineteen with Doctor Russell Oscar Thorpe Rush. You've been at the hospital all day. Thank you for taking the time to do this. You must be exhausted. You look pretty good. Thanks my pleasure. Good to be with you. We'll start with the graphic from the World Health Organization. There are now one hundred sixty eight thousand in one thousand nine hundred confirmed cases six thousand six hundred ten deaths one hundred forty eight countries with cases and as a potentially significant turning point. There are now more cases of the virus outside of China. Then within the phrase of the day's flatten the curve. All of these stories seem to rotate around that phrase. Europe is now the global epicenter of the virus. According to the World Health Organization Italians remain essentially under house arrest. Germany is sealing its borders. The Netherlands has ordered all schools bars restaurants and cafes closed similar measures are also enforced in France the Czech Republic Austria prohibiting gatherings of more than five people. The list goes on and on. What are you seeing arrest in Spain? We've had a national lockdown. That's gone into effect. Britain's Health Secretary has recently asked that people over seventy avoid going outside and stay at home and Canada recently closed. Its borders to everyone except Canadian citizens and permanent residents in the United States the CDC has recommended gatherings of fifty people are more be cancelled or postponed and just before we came on the White House is further reduced the number to ten as well as provided many other guidelines for us to follow on Sunday the US Federal Reserve cut interest rates to essentially zero to try to ward off another really bad stock. Day didn't work immediately. Us stocks plunged the Dow tumbles nearly three thousand points. The worst point drop in history businesses are of course affected many retailers including Nike and Rei are temporarily closing their retail stores In the United States following president trump's recommendations operations in bars and restaurants are being limited and hotels resorts are announcing closures. Airlines have slashed their flight schedules and are asking for government assistance now in the United States and there are multiple cruise ships that are stranded looking for port. It's pretty astounding on any one of these week. Focus for a half hour on the applications. And why but I WANNA get to. I think what is the unique benefit of having you with us to help us understand a few things each day? Let's start with China yesterday. It was reported. They had only twenty new cases dramatic downturn from thousands of new infections day so is China largely pass the covert nineteen fears? What can we learn from Chinese China's timeline for the rest of us? There have been a lot of headlines and folks talking about China being through the worst of it. We have seen this dramatic drop in positives out of the province. And who bay and I think that's very positive and is largely due to the measures that the public health sector in China and government have used to flatten the curve. There and so this is evidence that social distancing and flattening the curve actually works do not link and now I'm probably asking for more commentary than facts quickly if we're seeing some reports that China's easing up on all of the things. They did to flatten the curve. Because the curve has been flattened there for the moment in the past. When you've dealt with these like this do we expect to stay down as China? Like OKAY ONES DOWN. Also going to happen again there. That's a great question. I would say that because CORONA VIRUS OR COVA. Nineteen is new. We don't really know what's going to happen next. But you asked me. Because of what's happened in the past with pandemics the most applicable for me would be what happened in two thousand nine with the h one n one pandemic without pandemic. There were measures that were instituted worldwide to try and slow the spread of the virus. Nothing to the scale that like we have done with Kobe. Nineteen but we tried to limit the spread of h one n one and it worked but instead of this nice kind of flat curve that we see idealized in so many graphs in two thousand nine h one n one. Most countries experienced multiple peaks of illness throughout the year. I'm not sure if that's what will happen in China. But if you're asking for my opinion based on the fact that a large well the whole earth's population is susceptible right for the most part to this virus. I would expect there to be multiple outbreaks of the virus throughout the year. And that as we both institute and then relax social distancing or public health measures to slow the spread of the virus. When we relax the virus will kind of flare and we will see secondary outbreaks of the virus even in populations where we've seen a decrease but that's my opinion. I'm not sure if everyone shares it but we've we saw that with two thousand nine h one n one. It's comparing apples and oranges. But it's the best we've got well on that front. Some of the big medical news over the weekend is that infected people without symptoms might be driving the spread of Krahn virus more than we realized. What do we know there well? There are limited reports coming out of virology lab suggesting that people who become infected can shed the virus before they get symptoms of the virus and that becomes problematic. Because if we can spread the virus so shutting and spreading are not the same thing right but if you can spread the virus or infect others if your ability to transmit the virus occurs before you have symptoms of the virus then social distancing is not as effective however we know from China based on what they've done that social distancing is working so I believe that you are most effective at spreading the virus when you are symptomatic and these reports of being able to spread the virus. When you're a symptomatic are real. We need to digest them and understand them but right now I think the lion's share of spreading of the viruses occurring when people are symptomatic small amounts of transmission of the virus will occur potentially before. You're symptomatic matic symptomatic after your symptoms have resolved but for the most part. It's going to be right in the middle. When you have that fever and cough and shortness of breath big question is will the prevalence of the corona virus naturally dissipate once? The weather gets warmer and a side. Question is Kennedy. Even thrive in warm hot weather. I've seen those reports I'm not so certain that warm weather will decrease the spread of the virus. What may decrease the spread of the virus is the fact that many of our institutions like school will close in the summertime and we'll see smaller groups of people coming together all the time instead of groups of classrooms thirty will be at home roughly playing in smaller groups less than ten for example all summer long in two thousand nine. We saw a summertime outbreak of illness and it went against the grain of our normal influenza outbreak that we normally experience every winter in both the southern and northern hemispheres. But I don't know the answer to your question Kirk I would say that. We hope that warmer weather will decrease transmissibility because the viruses enveloped virus and the virus lands on a surface. And it's really hot in the middle of the summer that the virus will immediately die quote unquote and not be able to infect others. But we don't know yet we'll find out as time moves on. The second question is In an earlier episode. You'd mentioned that there's not yet a medical cure for cove in nineteen as a novel drawn virus but Are Their home. Remedies available that can cure or prevent the virus. No Right now. To the best of our understanding there are not any methods of curing Kobe. Nineteen or treating covert nineteen other than social distancing and preventing yourself from getting infected. It is important to remember that most people who get infected even after we've started looking at the outbreaks have occurred in Asia. We are seeing that. Most folks who get infected have mild disease like most coughs colds. There are not real proven remedies to treat corona
"thorpe" Discussed on The Full 48
"The march madness live out to watch every game. Live it all these the championship April sixth on TBS fight so. Let's you mentioned boss. Let's jump to this. We have two teams at the moment. That were kind of pseudo contenders or flirting with you know contention status in the West Houston in the East Boston. Both of whom have been just really shaky recently the rockets more so than the Celtics. Who Do you suspect is in bigger trouble? Who'd you have more concern about given recent results Houston in Boston's case? I think they've lost two in a row and four of whatever in those losses. Kemba or Jalen. Brown were out. I don't think I don't think they've been full-strength any of their more recent losses. They're five and five. Their last ten Houston has terribly in there in these four laws of straight that they've had If you go back to the last five losses I did the math. They're twenty eight percent like sixty two of twenty one or something like that And I thought you more threes than what they've been shooting they don't have I Houston doesn't have as many answers if things aren't working out for them as a three point shooting team. I think they're pretty much sunk whereas Boston and find other ways to be any more depth in terms of scores. Because they do they do have Hayward Brown and campaign of course them so more has to go wrong for them I I just think Houston sin is so newly. Put together that I'd I here's the thing we always say Howard you. I have to believe you have to believe I. I am not convinced that Houston believes that. There's something special going on and so absent that I just don't think they'll fight every possession in a game. They're down ten late third the way Boston my theory so I don't think the connections the same. I could be wrong I allow for that. I I like plenty of the players and the management and and coach Tony. But they're just to newly put together. I don't think they're that invested whereas I mean Boston. No this is not there a year next year. They'll be better but they can make. Some rumblings happened there to to in Toronto for game five that they could absolutely win game five and and carry this series because they believe in you believe and the thing I like about the Celtics to and you you noted the one thing which is all right any given night. Whether it's Kemba Jalen Jason Gordon Hayward even those four guys you know that any two of them could go off on a given night and that's a luxury that most teams don't have and they're still a pretty young team but those guys also made the conference finals a couple years ago with with no Gordon Hayward and with Kyrie missing the playoffs and so there's you know that Celtics team I don't think plays as young as they are. They have been together for a bit They've got these great guys like Marcus. Smart who these great glue guys. Tough guys who are willing to do a lot of the other stuff. They just like their balance their chemistry. I do think they've got great potential there. The rockets are just. The rockets are weird so they were flirting with being able to be top two top three in in the West. This this you know. They had a six game winning streak followed by the four game losing streak and they are now. They've slipped to sixth. They're a half game behind thunder which is just like op. The the optics as they say in politics are just terrible there you. You traded away picks and Chris Paul to get Russell Westbrook and now you're behind the team that was allegedly rebuilding and tearing down in Oklahoma. They're not they're four games at a second place. They're not they're not going to get there. They may start the playoffs without homecourt advantage. And I would just say to my answering my own question. The team. It's bigger trouble has to be Houston anyway because if the Celtics Falter. Everything's fine it's a young or too young group there's confidence and in a in a clear direction with that team. The rockets you know Mike. Dantonio is a lame duck coach who they wouldn't extend Darrell is I. I don't know how to assess Daryl's stat statuary status. Excuse me there right now. Given China given where they are right now given what seems like a very impulsive newish owner and Tillman for Tita the partnership with Westbrook and heart. And who knows I mean? We Thought Hardening Chris Paul. Were supposed to be great. And that that that fizzled. So there's just a lot more at stake for the rockets than the Celtics advantage to your point. I also think that there's just more solid identity in in Boston One quick note. I wanted to to throw at you this. There's a piece in the athletic about the rockets in this this sudden slump so the the notes that going from the six game winning streak to the four game losing streak in the six straight wins. The rockets averaged eighteen point seven. Three POINT MAKES PER GAME THIRTY. Eight percent shooting on their threes during the losing streak. They're shooting or they're averaging twelve point eight. Three point makes so down from eighteen. Point seven and shooting twenty nine percent on those and so. It's it's fewer attempts to your makes their their three-point shooting has just kind of taken a tumble and you could ask for game sample size. It's it's it's not significant but a lot of that is is harden himself Who is shooting nineteen percent on threes during the four game losing streak ninety percent for James Heart? That's that threes talk shooting. I mean that's ten and a half per game that's even below the Russell Westbrook westbrook levels that were causing us to say Russell should stop shooting threes. Not So long ago. So and in hardens turnovers are five point three per game during a span again small sample sizes four games but it does call to question the the the the annual curiosity about the rockets and arden. Which is he carries such a heavy load. Does he have enough left at the end. And that's always you know. It's this unprovable premise. But I feel like we're we are where there again. We're not even to the post season yet. We're in the tail end of the of the of the regular season and it's already kind of what's going on as he gassed. Is there something else to really interesting point? I hadn't thought about him running out of gas. It's early I will say that I do believe that. There is a said as many times for every individual game. I like in. The amount of energy player has to imagine a bottle of water. So so typical of Andrea. You can you can have. Let's say thirty six game that you play On thirty six minutes. You're you're you're dry and if it goes over time you're running on fumes a little bit which is pretty common. The season is the same thing except it's not a bottle of water. It's enormous tank of water but when it runs. Outta runs out. You have nothing left. I often as a coach of NBA players. Who just at the end of the season or just dead. They've mentally physically emotionally drained It's possible that what we've seen in the past from hard in the post season which I do think is a free amounts to that tank going dry. Maybe the tank is gone dry earlier this year for different reasons. And if that's the case and they're certainly doomed. I look at it for. I agree with that and then I also consider Boston so much. Depends off the bench on Marcus. Smart The rockets on Austin rivers. Whose Line do you want to be in detail? Okay I trust him. I'm sorry I just I've never. I also represent some Florida. I voted for him. But it just never been able to figure out in my opinion and it hasn't still in Houston whereas Marcus smart despite all of its flaws who wouldn't want him on your team. Oh Yeah I like the idea of deciding these things based on like let's just skip past the stars who's got when you get to that second tier. Whoever the leader of the supporting cast is. Let's compare the best supporting cast guy. 'cause it's irrelevant by any stretch. It's also it's also goes back to the belief I was talking about. You know the Lakers taken four charges in the fourth quarter. There's a belief system in place that they they they're gonNA play for some relief specialty in the air it mostly. It's Lebron Dave's being but the fact that they're the ones taking the charge at carry even more weight in. Houston you said it. Then Tony's gone. Let's say it. I don't even know what a championship I'm not committed. He's coming back and they're not winning a championship. I I think my friend. He's going I. I would hope that he would be hired in two seconds for Doubleday double the salary but because it happened in China who knows what happens. These players all know that the agents are telling them that if they didn't already know on themselves so they just in Austin rivers so when when when harden or and or West for getting a break. It's Austin rivers during the day. I realize Gordon has some saying it but I the Celtics Marcus Smart. He's the inspiration to the team. He he's the glue and it says he's the perfect guy to have and so I just. I often a real shot. I don't give you any shot anymore. Well Yeah and and you know. Listen that that's there's a sense around the league at this is where things are going that. The rockets are in for a massive day of reckoning with a lot of people and Darryl is one of the longest tenure. Gm's in the League now and deservedly so and and yes he should he and Mike Dantonio. Both I don't know if Mike wants to keep going or not. I mean he had Mike a couple of years ago when we talked had said he absolutely was hoping or believing an assuming that this would be his last stop you know. He's not up there up there in years. He could keep going but you know he doesn't need to do this. Still He. Is One of those guys who I think is is the typical gym rat. Who who you can't can't quit the game. I won't be surprised if there's another one but yes if Mike wants to coach again certainly both you and Darryl should be snapped up in in in a heartbeat and Y- I mean we're talking about maybe a third of the WanNa go down rabbit hole but we're talking about. Maybe a third of the League changing over in the coaching ranks. This is going to be one of those years. I was talking about this with someone a couple of weeks ago of going over the list of and I. I don't speculating on guys job security often. But but there's you can you can get two two eight nine ten even eleven pre- pretty quickly without it being that much of a stretch and it seems like a minimum of six or seven so include. I mean no one dares should get five for Atlanta two years but it might available. You want to put Mike Antonio trae young. You're guaranteeing something pretty special. So yeah that's just a no brainer. If my brain to do it yeah. There's some domino effect type stuff or if situations where if of owners and GM SEC- an opportunity so that that'll that'll be fascinating Speaking of that. Let's hit our last topic here that I wanted to get to with you today. Kenny Atkinson fired a few days ago. By the nets not shocking. In this sense again somebody had talked to a couple of weeks ago when we were talking about this list of potential dismissals or changes Kenny was on the list of guys that that was discussed. And it was suggested by this person and while I wasn't surprised necessarily at the idea that that could happen. I was surprised by the timing. As I think a lot of people were and it but it underscores this and this has been a lot of the discussion the last few days so it so I'm curious of your your thoughts on this particular idea. Kenny came into this as a first time. Head coach who was known as a quote unquote development coach. That was his calling card working with Jeremy Lin and building him up with the Knicks before Lin Sanity exploded. Jeremy Lin was thinking Kenny every night of Lin Sanity for the work that they were doing together. Kenya Nsen working under Mike. Buttonholes are in Atlanta and a lot of credit given to him by Mark Carroll and others for their development at that time and then he becomes the head coach for the first time. And we see the results with Joe Harrison Spencer Dinwiddie and cares laverton Jared Allen like. There is no question when when Kenny Atkinson is on the job when he is on your staff or running the show guys get better and that's phenomenal and his track record speaks for itself. And there's there's no question there and again he's another guy who should get snapped up once team's start hiring but I think people start to wonder are certain coaches better with certain kinds of teams roles. And so is is this thing. David is is being a development coach versus being a championship coach. Fundamentally different is justifiable that the nets would would look at the situation. And say we're GONNA have Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving at full health. Presumably next fall along with this young core and starting next fall..
"thorpe" Discussed on The Full 48
"When I need a moment of chill celebrate responsibly. Actual basketball is still happening with actual fan and some of these games have been rather impactful. It would seem so. Let's start here because the Lakers of Los Angeles played two really big games over a three day span over the weekend. Friday beating the Milwaukee Bucks. One thirteen one of three Sunday beating the clippers and what was allegedly clipper home game. One twelve one zero three so we can downplay or teams can downplay the idea of statement games but when you're late in the season and everybody considers it basically a three team race for the championship give or take and people can disagree with that but those are the three primary favorites and the Lakers. Just beat them both pretty convincingly in a three day span what David Thorpe Doodoo you take away from either or both of those games. I only took away one thing which is in the fourth corner of the clippers gain. I'm gonNA write about this this a little bit on Friday. The Lakers attempted to take four charges to were called block to call charges to two guys. That's Charlie that will call blocks where Lebron James Anthony Davis and this was in a this when the game was competitive which was very competitive until the last minute and a half or so. The Lakers are in control. But but not by enough where you'd thought for sure. There probably wasn't at ninety nine percents of the last couple of minutes that they would win. That sent a message to me that it wasn't just the team trying to take four charges in one quarter of a game that mattered only really for pride as much as anything But the fact of the two superstars tried and I mean they got hammered. These were not touch my face and go and go flopping like we saw Lebron that one time when he had the ball this was. I'm taking the brunt of a drive by large man and it showed me that it's not just about Lebron Anthony Talent. They're buying into Frank Vogel. They're buying a new each other This was a team that's connected and it's fair to say that we have not seen that from a Lakers team and a longtime and their record is evident that But this to me took an extra step of sacrificing your body and the game that they didn't have to have to still be the the ones he probably. It just showed me that. They're they're connected. They're not gonNA go out easily. You're going to have to really. I'll play them and that's what neither team did. I don't think the bucks of the clippers it would be. It would be hard for me to imagine that they tried to win and what I mean by that is that they came up at any special strategy to win that particular game as opposed to. Let's just play yes. We'll look at different lineups that the clippers started fourth quarter. We've laggy Shannon Pat Bath and Lou Williams together. I don't expect to see that against the Los Angeles Lakers. I don't think those you got to be on the court ever at the same time And but they're trying they're not trying anything defensively that might work. Why would you ever do that when you know? In both Milwaukee and the clippers cases. You're expecting to play the Lakers in the playoffs. It just makes no sense to show him anything. So there's a lot that we still have left to learn but the one thing we do know is the Lakers are from edible. It's the record is not a joke. Davis has had incredible year. And he's the second player in his team that is founding and it bodes well for La that they're that they're willing to sacrifice those guys especially to win a game early March agreed and it's fascinating too because we've all been beating this point over and over again. It's as we'll have a safe. Get on our keyboards. Lebron James thirty five years old seventeen season and he's not playing like a guy who's trying to protect himself protect it you know who's deferring to his age or the situation or anything else. He's playing like a guy who's twenty eight years old and hungry for a championship and maybe we haven't focused enough on that aspect of this. We get caught up in all the other things going on. I and and and even just in the discussion of longevity. I just think it's amazing. Not just the level he's performing at. We are numb to Lebron. James can do statistically and impacting a game but when you watch the details and you watch the the charges taken and the dive on the floor for the ball and all these other things that the the really inspirational part of that and and I think important part of that is that he's not acting like a guy who has already won his rings. Mvp and is just kind of playing out the string. He's playing like every possession is his last still and I mean he's and he's had to take a couple of games recently for Groin Soreness to which is a little scary considering what knocked him out for months last season but like that's phenomenal. That's fantastic. It's not just that. He's defying the clock and physics. He's also still playing in a manner that suggests the dude still cares a ton and he can't wait to to try to push this thing in June at after everybody say everybody wrote him off last year and then the wash king thing has been overplayed. But there's certainly a lot of people thought well with the moment I it's turned the tide just turned it's now Janas League. It's Co is league. Lebron might never be the same. The Lakers missed the playoffs. Who knows what they're they're there was absolutely people. Don't want to say it now. There was absolutely doubt about where this was going to go. Well it fair to say that This is the best partner he's ever had. I think dwayne. Wade's one of the best shooting guard of all time. I was lucky enough to watch a ton of games In Miami before Lebron got there. Let's actually afterwards except for the postseason. Because they were good. I didn't really have to pay much attention to them. And They Davis it on another level and it's allowed Lebron I think to do some things That that he didn't want to waste energy doing because he's got him convinced they come back and I think one of the interesting stories of the season before the season I wrote that antedated stealing the MVP. 'cause Lebron's couldn't make it happen and I was wrong. I don't think anybody was gonNA win the MVP. I mean you honestly deserves it. But what Lebron has done to elevate his game to make. Anthony Davis doesn't think twice about doing anything but going back to La has has enabled him to have a better season. Anthony Davis but I don't see how Davis could ever for one second. Saint that Lebron is trying to steal the thunder away from Davis. I think it's just. He's that good and it's likely he's not gonna be as good the next four years. I want impossible because he's only made the impossible possible so many times. But if you're at the David you have to be thrilled and what you're getting from Lebron when you start thinking down the road and the two of them together I mean we all we all I think rated them as the best duo in the league going into the season. They've been that fair to say they've been that I'm not I'm not convinced they're supporting cast is I am convinced. It's not as good as it could have been. And they may not win a championship because both the clippers and Milwaukee those the two teams I definitely could beat them. I I'd have some matchups at work and I think we saw a little bit in the clippers game a willingness to go double. I don't even know that I didn't even know that. Doc rivers made a rule in fact if I was DOC RIVERS. I would not have told his team to a make. Sure you double Lebron early or be. Don't let it be random. Let the Lakers trying to figure out. What the hell we were doing. Because that's one of the play jazz. In a sense we can always clean up our discipline winning games count and in. May but whatever it was there was some times where Lebron is very quickly passed the ball against the double team and Godlike Rozan Rondo missed continue. Pope attacked and played really well. The Clipper didn't really utilize Paul George very much when the game nattered even though he had amazing for a few quarters the first half anyway and that that made a little bit by design not worrying about it anymore. But Lebron's GonNa make the past. He's going to be willing to make the past and and then we're gonna see how good the supporting cast is at that point but there's no question going into this whole thing unless something happens the next six weeks or five weeks or so. They're going in feeling like we have the best player in the world and our team and maybe the third best player in the world If you're honest his second so that's enormous confidence building for that. That support group of which Danny Green is already won enough. So he doesn't eat that much and so Friend Frank Vogel is is. I think he's become the perfect antidote to what team drama needed. Which is just milk. Toast old school Plainspoken very fundamentally found who clearly knows how to coach in the NBA game. He's done it for so long in many playoff games. Important game so. I think there are built to to last. I just don't know if there's any gas is good enough but the bottom line is this Howard Davis to come back right. You'll be. She'll be beyond shocking no matter what happens from not to come back given what he's seen. Lebron this year when you think oh I mean from the beginning I I never. I haven't quite understood this whole dance. About why rich Paul. Anthony Davis have been all coy about staying long term. Not just a not signing an accent because there's always financial reasons to wait. That's fine but the the usual thing to say is of course. I'm going to be back you know. Of course it's just a financial decision and you know. Listen WE WANNA make sure that you know. Xyz what you could always come up with some latitude for while you're waiting but to not say especially when you're with the Lakers of all teams and with the Braun to not say GAC folks listen. Don't even ask it's not even it's not even a question barring something catastrophic or bizarre of course. I'm resigning here. It's weird that he hasn't said that I don't read anything into it. Frankly it's probably good that this discussion has subsided. Because there's there's no reason to really have it. I don't have any doubts but it doesn't mean it's not weird that that he he's taken the tack that he that he has. I think part of the plan. I think that this is a triumvirate of rich Paul and a D. and Lebron and because even he could have a year left. So I think it's it's almost you're basically saying to Lakers management. We were running the team. And if you don't like it ain't gonNA leave and Lebron's because they manage trait because that that what happens be hacking it eighty nine. Lebron's gone right. Sure no no. And the only reason you're you're you're holding that leverage or keeping your hand on that that Leverett all is if you think there are other things some unforeseen things what I you know just clutch as an agency have other guys that they want the Lakers to sign and this is their way of leveraging that is it something else is about more control with regard to the organization in the day to day and who they're hiring Very I I don't know I guess it's maybe it's all of that. Maybe just the general idea that. Listen if we can have that authority we might as well have it. Just in case I would get thank. I think that's right. I figure more right on the overall as opposed to any more players imagine rich. This is what people think all the time but rich. Paul is not sacrificing or or putting at risk. His relationship with. Anthony Davis Lebron James. We can get some third level guy. Signed to the team is however absolutely willing to work with them to say..
Trail Blazers trade Labissiere to Hawks
"This date nineteen ninety-five. Clint Clyde Drexler traded to the trailblazers to the rockets here. You go this way but I. The Blazers finally finally extinguished their nearly eternal flame. The Portland Trailblazers picked Valentine's Day of all days to trade away. The heart of this franchise for the past eleven and a half years. Clyde Drexler is heading home to Houston to be reunited with his former Fi slamma. Jamma teammate. Accumulates you on. The glide was packaged with Tracy. Murray and sent to the rockets gets in exchange for Otis Thorpe a conditional first round pick in
Cargo Ship With Almost 15,000 Sheep Overturns Near Romania
"Efforts are continuing in Romania to save more than fourteen thousand sheep trapped in the sinking cargo ships in the Black Sea port of media officials say forty sheep have been rescued so far Nick Thorpe reports the thirty nine year old queen hind a cargo ship registered on the Pacific islands of Palau began to list heavily soon after leaving the war just before midday on Sunday morning bound for the Persian Gulf the twenty Syrian crew would taken off almost immediately but in videos shot by local media some of the fourteen thousand sheep on board can be seen struggling to escape as the ship slowly capsizes in the middle of the port efforts by the Rumanian emergency services were abandoned off the dock and would you to resume at first light only forty sheep have been rescued so far animal rights activists accuse companies involved in the export of like sheep to the Middle East of unnecessary cruelty as many animals die on route the calling for an end to the export of live
Drama in the Toy Industry
"Joining me in studio today from 'em funds. Bill Barker, thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. We're gonna talk are vs. We're gonna talk toys because we've got some legitimate drama in the toy industry. We're going to start with Dobie. I feel like almost any business. That's in the cloud business is doing well that's not a knock adobe in their management. But, you know, adobe second quarter revenue was up twenty five percent. Their guidance was a little weaker than I think some analysts were looking for. But that's not stopping the stock. It's up another four percent today. Yeah, it is continuing to do a great job growing compounding year-over-year. It's on a pretty good five year on, I would say the segments digital media was up twenty two percent digital experience thirty four percent publishing twelve percent. So all three of the major parts of the company growing at better or do significantly better than, you know, double digit range. Do you know historically, if nobody is an acquisitive company, it does seem like obviously, you've got behemoths out there like Microsoft and Amazon just a name to who are in the cloud business it, I mean you know, my joke at the top aside they're definitely some smaller players, and I don't know if part of what has fueled adobe for the past few years is. Being strategic with smaller acquisitions and, and just sort of bringing them into the fault. Yeah. It's enlarge part through acquisitions in two thousand eighteen which for those who can't do math was last year. You look confused for. Of the two of us in the room you're better at math than I am. Yes. That's fair. No last year. Yeah. One year difference magenta and Marquette auto. I don't know that I'm even pronouncing Marquette to marquee, to maybe were acquired, and so they've been well, integrated into the platform and are contributing to that twenty five percent annual growth, little harder to grow window at the size that adobe is at something approaching twenty five percent without making some good acquisitions, even in the, you know, given how much businesses moving to the cloud, even so that this that kind of growth needs needs some acquisitions in most cases, do you think that's why the guidance was maybe a little weaker than people were expecting just because there's only so much? You wanna telegraph what you're going to be doing when it comes to acquisitions, well, they have a history of being a pretty conservative with their guidance. So I think that as you can tell from the market's reaction today, basically. People are blowing that off. Nobody believes them. Yeah. That's nice. They're, they're giving some conservative guidance, and we know that given their history. And this is the kind of thing that you only, you know, chief over time is the belief by the market that, oh, these guys are going to do better than they're saying. Let's move onto winnebago. Third quarter reports seemed to be a little bit of a mixed bag, although the profit margins appear to be improving for winnebago. And typically, when we talk about the RV industry, more more often than not you. And I are talking about Thor industries, not. Not winnebago but went Bego seems to be doing a pretty nice job of late. Yeah. Winnebago, which is the name that people know best for arby's and is best known for the motorhomes portion of the business. And so the totals side of the business is larger for the industry than the motorhomes motor home is the, you know, the large vehicle bus, like structure where the housing unit is all part of the, the motor vehicle, and then the Togo's where you hit something onto the back of, of your vehicle and winnebago made a good acquisition. Couple years ago, grand design, which is a fast growing towell and winnebago really didn't have much going on prior to that in the total space. So as that part of the industry has been growing winnebago is now. And. Active participant in, in that growth and actually capturing market share in large part from Thor. So you've got sore, which is the largest RV maker, just made a major acquisition in Europe, which closed last quarter, and then you've got forest river, which is owned by Berkshire Hathaway those two are, are far larger than when a Bego, which has now grown to about ten percent of the market. And then they're few scattered players that are not especially meaningful beyond that. But when Bago also has done, what a lot of in players in the industry are doing which is diversifying into the marine segment. They quired Chris craft, which is probably known to too many as designer beautiful wooden boats that are sort of timeless and elegant, and that's a good thing to do is to have some diversification, because the RV industry are. Into a lot of trouble last year when dealers overstocked early in two thousand eighteen and a year later, they're still working down the overstocking. And so when obey goes numbers on their face are not great. But they are pointing to some brighter days ahead as everybody in the RV space has been doing for a while. The acquisition that Thorne made that you mentioned in Europe. Is is that a diversification play or do they or is there, some RV maker in your like I? In large part because of where I live, when I think of RV's I just think of, you know, RV's here in America. I don't necessarily think of Europe as necessarily big market, but I'm, I'm happy to be proven wrong on that. Well, they're, they're more in the smaller vehicles, and you see in the US there, you know, in many parts of Europe, smaller roads and not quite the car culture that we have, but they are a big camping culture. And so they're more sort of camper sized things. And yeah, there's a decent decent part of, of the market that you can capture there. It is diversification thing for Thor. And it's a good time to diversify given the, you know issues with the inventory for arby's here, but getting back to winnebago, they're pointing to, again, good growth in the TOA bowls from the grand design, and motorhomes. Itself lagged I think there were off sales or about thirty some percent year year which couple years ago that would have been disastrous for winnebago when they had not yet acquired a tow -able in an a marine unit. It's not. I mean for as well known as the winnebago brand is, this is not a big company. I think it's like one in a quarter billion in market cap, so but it's nice to see that. They're both diversifying their revenue stream and because of that starting to improve their financial picture. Yeah. They are unlike sore treating sort of reasonably close to their fifty two week high. I think not you know not not right at the fifty two week high, but they're not not a long ways off Thorpe still basically cut in half from from where it was about eighteen months ago. Quick shadow to sprout social for sporting today's show. What makes people love the brands you love connection.
Top U.S. court spurns Georgia death row inmate's racist juror claim
"WSB unanimous ruling the US supreme court this morning declines to hear an appeal by Georgia death row inmate Keith Tharp, he says ger jurors racist views impacted the decision to sentence him to death for a nineteen ninety murder in Jones County Georgia can now set a new date for Thorpe's lethal injection. Although more appeals are likely the court issued a last-minute. Of execution in September of two
Pompeo Plans to Press Saudi Leaders Over Killing of Jamal Khashoggi
"Into custody a day after Moscow seized former US marine, Paul Whalen on suspicion of spying as Charles Maine's reports is also dismissing rumors of a prisoner exchange at least for now Russian deputy foreign minister Sergei to cough said there was no point in discussing any exchange for ex-marine, Paul Whalen. Arguing authorities had yet to issue. Formal charges Wieland who holds passports from the US Canada. Ireland and the UK was arrested by Russian security agents on December twenty eighth in Moscow for alleged espionage, women's Russian lawyer has previously insisted his client had been charged and openly floated the idea of trading Wayland for Russians in US custody, the competing narratives came as Russia's foreign ministry said a Russian national had also been detained by FBI agents upon arrival to an. Island in the northwest Pacific late last month and was now being held in a Florida prison for NPR news. I'm Charles means in Moscow marchers are in the streets of Budapest, Hungary, protesting the far right government, Victor or Orban the BBC's. Nick THORP reports the rallies were triggered by a new law last month on overtime work. Today's demonstration is a litmus test of the degree of anger in Hungary against the overtime law and of the determination of those willing to come out onto the streets. Heavy snow in the past twenty four hours across the country could reduce numbers threatening nationwide strikes unless there are four main demands of meant the scrapping of the overtime law double digit wage increases, the removal of limitations on the right to strike under far-reaching pension reform. The feeders. Government has already offered an eight percent wage increase this year it by another eight percent next year in an attempt to head off the discontent. The BBC's Nick Thorpe. This is N. NPR? Yellow vest? Protesters are back in the streets of Paris today. And so our French security forces firing tear-gas as some demonstrators, set, motorcycles and barricades on fire. It's the eighth consecutive Saturday of the anti-government marches there.
Monopoly for Millennials game isn't going over well with actual millennials
"Hasbro is introducing monopoly for millennials with the tagline. Adulting is hard the game makers trying to lure millennials life positive Sean by telling them they deserve a break from the rat race. And you're doing this with Dyson cardboard. All three of them. New monopoly game is sold out. But judging by Twitter reaction, many millennials are annoyed by it play pieces included actual hashtag my actual hashtag included with game. That's great. That's an octave Thorpe. That's not trying too hard at all. I don't think tank is one of the game. I think this is where I'm supposed to stop step up and say something demeaning to millennials the original monopoly is so damned boring. I think they can do to make it appeal to anyone under the age of eighty is a good idea. I wish them well taking my money. How did monopoly ever say? When I
Pittsburgh shooting draws attention to sites where hate speech flourishes
"We've been learning a lot about that hate speech website gab. It has been shut down after it was discovered the suspect in the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting spewed his venom on that site. Larry. This has prompted a discussion the the fine line between free speech and hate speech. You're absolutely right Betty, and it's very difficult line in some cases. Although I did go to gab dot com over the weekend before the site was shut down and looked around. And I don't think that line with refine their what I thought was absolutely virulent comments about not only Jews, but Muslim LGBT community anybody who some people considered other. Now, it also had other content. There were posted about music and theater, and the usual things he would see, but they had this very large collection of what they call controversial speech. I don't think if any question about that Facebook Twitter any responsible site would have no question about taking that down. Because clearly. Violates the terms of service that the sites have about anything that's in any way, threatening anything that demeaned a specific group of people certainly the comments about I don't even want to repeat the comments, but some of the common fit that Bauer of a posted on the site or one that wouldn't be allowed on Facebook or Twitter, assuming that they knew they were there. They would take them down ahead. They've been notified learning in this case involving gap who pulled the psych down was that the operators out of abundance of caution on their part or was it an outside entity of some kind. Well, I think the the the operators may have sensually moved it. But what's happened is that they're hosting provider fed? No. As of today, they're pulling the plug their domain provider. Go daddy said that they were going to take away the domain which means if he went to fight you wouldn't get anywhere. The funding Thorpe they have some kind of premium service that pay pal would help them get money to they pulled the plug. So all of the vendor that they depend upon when away having fed that. There are underground hosting sites. That will probably put them back online. There's crypto currency that could provide funding. So it's not impossible that they could do what they say. They're going to do which is to come back at a later date. But at the end, it was the legal business entities that helped the site operate that made a decision, and it's and it sounds like from from you that there was a number of them made that decision, right? And and to remind people the first amendment applies to government, not private companies companies have a right to do business with who they want to do business with and they don't have to worry about whether or not is constitutionally
Boston Area Steelworkers Union, Bernice Corpuz and Bloomberg discussed on WBZ Morning News
"Eight time for a check on business news now with Bloomberg's Andrew O'day on this Tuesday morning and a bit of a hiccup in the future so far. Yes. Indeed. For a while. It looked like we might be kind of paving our own path. But now we're seeing stock futures moving in the direction of what we're seeing in European markets. And that's not the best of news right now. SAP futures down three NASDAQ futures down five Dow futures down sixty two is Wall Street gets back to work after the long Labor Day weekend in a mixed close on Friday. Stocks are putting in a mixed effort overseas, especially in Asian markets amid ever escalating college costs private schools have seen application stagnate or drop, but some are fighting back taking a page from the retail industry Wall Street Journal says schools, including we'll Thorpe university near Atlanta and Robert Morris university in Pittsburgh are now tuition price matching nearby public universities, not letting themselves be outmaneuvered many public colleges all across the country. Now are offering in-state tuition to anyone from anywhere. SOB futures down four NASDAQ futures down nine business reports at eight and thirty eight past the hour. Amanda rotate, Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty WBZ. News time seven oh nine. It is back to the negotiating table for national grid and its workers. WBZ's Bernice Corpuz reports the union workers are fighting for a new contract steel and gas union workers gathered outside the annual Labor Day breakfast yesterday to rally support from politicians include. Mayor Marty Walsh Sarah Friday for the benefits that were given to them at minimum long time ago. Let's not forget them. They're out front stand with them. Some of the workers held signs that say end the lockout they've been out of work since June twenty-fifth Steve Finnegan heads the Boston area steelworkers union. What I believe this is about is trying to break union and brothers and sisters that isn't gonna happen. But national grid says the company is not trying to break the union. In a statement. The company says it has increased its union workers by twenty percent since twenty sixteen Bernice Corpuz, WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. Tropical storm, Gordon has already rolled over the southern part of Florida, and is now gaining speed as it heads up the Gulf towards New Orleans where it's expected to make a second landfall later this evening.
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"thorpe" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Jeremy thorpe was shabby stylish progressive and marked to make history as the leader of britain's liberal party but in nineteen seventy six one of the most popular men in british politics was accused of having a homosexual relationship and later hiring a hit man to murder his accuser a former groom and aspiring model named norman scott jeremy thorpe was acquitted but unconvincingly the story of his closeted life and the path to keep show was portrayed in a portion pointed three part mini series of the kind only british people seem to make a very english scandal directed by stephen frears debuts in the us on amazon next week it stars ben wishaw as the wronged and nearly snuffed lover and jeremy thorpe hugh grant whose personified role british charm so many roles hugh grant joins us from london thanks so much for being with us thanks for having me i did the math i think you were at oxford when the scandal broke about jeremy thorpe another oxford man i was just finishing school and yes i remember it pretty well it was a source of much amusement and so two schoolboy giggling at the time well what did what did it mean to britain in the nineteen seventies well i think we were just coming out of sort of you know it was the very last remnants of empire and of having a great british establishment everyone expecting an englishman to behave we'd had the sixties we'd had monty python and frankly i think we would expected members of the establishment such as jeremy thorpe to probably have some secret enact tells it and sure enough you know his his was spectacular he's not only had hid the fact that he was he was gay will as yes but he'd also it appeared tried to have his ex lover murder to save his reputation and his career and what he thought was the the reputation of of the liberal party of the time there's there's not much you can share to defend someone who plots murder but it's it's sad to see in this series the the fear that jeremy thorpe lived with that he would be exposed well yeah it's one of the things that the tv show sort of explores is how difficult it was for men in britain in the early sixties if they will get you know it was a criminal offence and just how extraordinarily what an extraordinary state of affairs that was how difficult it was to legalize hammet sexuality and but even after it was legalized social mores was still such that i'm at one stage my character jeremy thorpe says to peter best list best friend he says i care if they legalize homosexuality if anyone finds out about me i'll put a gun to my head and shoot myself and a lot of people felt that way and and a lot of men killed themselves when exposed do we also in the story observe at least towards the end to generational difference between jeremy thorpe who was closeted in norman scott who increasingly is not.
Canada approves recreational use of marijuana
"To give themselves some extra time getting to work this morning shuttle buses are replacing red line service in both directions between north quincy and jfk u mass due to a power problem the tsa begins enforcing new roles today on the amount of powder allowed in carry on bags passengers are urged to pack larger containers and checked luggage and remove smaller containers from carry ons for separate screening and charlton's board of selectmen approves a proposal to turn an orchard into a large scale cannabis farm in other news dow disciplinary proceedings continue against the exskipper of a us navy destroyer that collided with a tanker vessel the commanding officer of the us fitzgerald will be headed to a general court martial for last year's deadly collision see that killed seven sailors commander bryce benson waived his right to a preliminary court hearing because he wanted to defend himself at trial benson is charged with negligent theralac of duty and negligent hazarding a vessel no date has been set for benson's court marshal louis martinez abc news the pentagon a gloucester fisherman is injured after being struck by cable while setting a lobster trap firefighters bordered a coastguard vessel to rescue the victim offshore the man suffered a leg dream was transported to a local hospital his injuries are not believed to be lifethreatening the national weather service confirms to tornadoes touched down in new hampshire's white mountains on monday the twisters form during the afternoon in the midst of three tornado warnings being issued in the northern part of the grant estate over a ninety minute stretch new hampshire on average experiences only one tornado a year middle school students in ashland get a whiff of history thankfully not jim close after a locker is on sealed after twenty five years here's wbz's bernice corpuz reports number one thirty is not like any storage space at david mundell school in fact it has its own plaque which says it contains the year of nineteen ninetythree sean thorpe decided to turn the locker into a time capsule that year and he stuffed it with a number of published materials including newspapers copies of sports illustrated and even a catalogue from jc penney field it my prediction was we'd be flying to this event open it up in our like jetson flying cars or something and that didn't happen the locker was unsealed monday in front of students who have never seen a catalog in their lives flipping through the jc penney catalog the early nineties we're in an era of high fashion for sure in boston bernice corpuz wbz newsradio ten thirty canada becomes a second country in the world to make marijuana legal nationwide the senate gave final passage yesterday to the government's bill to legalize recreational cannabis prime minister justin trudeau had hoped to make pot legal by july first but provincial and territorial governments will need eight to twelve weeks to publish regulations here in the us nine states including massachusetts and the district of columbia now allow for recreational marijuana use thirty allow for medical use wbz news time now six twenty two in entertainment news a country music stars trying the personal touch to resolving the detention facilities crisis willie nelson has invited president donald trump asking him to join him at one of the detention centers at the us mexican border he says he hopes to visit will provide a better understanding of what is going on a number of celebrities have raised their voices in protest of a policy among those public among those publicly denouncing the detentions a common ellen degeneres and oprah winfrey former talk show host tweeting to her forty two million plus followers they'd be torn from their parents can't stand it that is reporter oscar wells gabriel we have a critical weather alerts report caused damage across the region thousands left without power if you don't like the weather in new england ray flooding streets we in power just wait.
"Absolute outrage": Florida lawmakers not allowed into kids' shelter
"Curing arrest warrant or deputy brandon england as well as deputy shaun norris charges were aggravated assault criminal attempt to rape and false imprisonment the alleged incident in the predawn hours of sunday and ford thorpe deputies offduty that you'd be is nobody miles says it's believed the victim knows at least one of the deputies did go to the hospital was treated and released after trae gets wsb wsb's top national story at five oh to president trump tells house republican lawmakers to get a bill passed immigration free two point oh i'm jamie dupree in washington legislation is a messy business state lawmakers emerged from a meeting with president trump last night optimistic that congress can act on immigration georgia republican rob would all we've got a conference that's committed to getting the heart things done we've got a president that's committed to getting heart thanks but no one's terrific the gop can muster a majority in the house on an immigration bill jamie says the house gop calls for families to be held together in detention the head of the congressional hispanic caucus is unimpressed cars rating families and brand new prisons across the country is outrageous florida senator bill nelson says he was barred from a detention facility in south florida when he tried to see how kids are being treated are obviously trying to cover up they don't want us to see it more governors order national guard troops back from the border and protest new york governor andrew cuomo says his state will sue to stop the practice of separating kids from their parents children are being used basically as a bargaining chip georgia senator johnny isakson voices his own objection donald support separating children from their families i don't think separating from the family solves the problem a former director of ice tells nbc he does not believe that all the kids now in detention will be reunited with their parents read more about the immigration controversy on jamie dupree's blog on wsb radio dot com and you can also learn more about cheney's new voice wsb news time five oh four.
Jeremy Thorpe probe top reopen after police admit suspect may still be alive
"And the ad council a stunning report of child abuse in chicago public schools the shocking tribune article shows quote police investigated five hundred and twenty three reports that children were sexually assaulted or abused from two thousand eight to two thousand seventeen as an eighth grader a black magnet elementary tomorrow read told the newspaper she received texts from substitute teacher aaron williams banks telling her he wanted to have sex with her and wanted her to send naked pictures to him i went home and my mom she kept telling me wait it wasn't my fault i think that the students who were covered in this report were extremely brave chicago public schools ceo janice jackson is pledging reforms in hiring disciplinary actions and training elizabeth matthews with fox affiliate w f l d in chicago police in scottsdale arizona appear to be dealing with a serial killer they've linked the killings of two paralegals to the shooting death of a prominent forensic psychiatrist who assisted in high profile murder cases including serial killings and phoenix police in scottsdale say friday's killings of paralegals the larrea sharpen laura anderson are related to the murder of dr steven pit thousands march across new york city's brooklyn bridge to protest gun violence the rally drew thousands including the survivor from the school massacre in parkland florida eliah eastman no students you have to hide anything meets body to survive when i was that student body matter picked out of their hair after surviving but i was that student no students should have to suffer from ptsd but i am a student no citizens have to go to school thing for their lives but we all are those students the march was organized by youth over guns and there were other marches across the country and the remains of eight us military veterans stored for years in the basement of a county courthouse in texas finally are very honor.
"thorpe" Discussed on The Full 48
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"thorpe" Discussed on The Full 48
"Longtime producer here at bleacher report has left for greener pastures great new opportunity that he's just starting i believe in the last couple of days so he has moved on to bigger and brighter things did not work on the podcast as i say but he did work with me on the spotlight videos that you may have seen of mine on twitter and instagram and all of the mini mini mba videos that we used to do back before we pivoted away from video but anyway i want to just take the opportunity wish the best to alex and also to steven nelson who hosted a lot of those videos who in the last couple of months also moved on to bigger better things to a my favorite guys at bleacher and just kind of wanted to take the opportunity to recognize them wish them well in their new adventures and with all that will now get david thorpe in here on the pod and we'll be back with david thorpe in just a moment so stick around hey listeners you know sometimes we get a new sponsor and i think wow that's a great product i really need to check that out and then sometimes like today we get a sponsor and i think is someone trying to tell me something like about my hairline quick stat for you sixty six percent of men to lose their hair by age thirty five and by the time you start to notice it's too late are you seeing a bald spot that hairline creeping back you want to do something about it you can i want to introduce you to four hymns dot com it's your one stop shop for hair loss skin care and sexual wellness for men hymns connect you with real doctors and medical grade solutions to treat hair loss this isn't some snake oil solution some gas station supplement these are well known generic quivalent to name brand prescriptions that help you keep your hair no doctor visits necessary it's quick and easy just go to four hymns dot com that's f o r h i m s dot com answer a few questions a doctor will review it they'll prescribe you got questions you can have a secure private online.
"thorpe" Discussed on The Full 48
"Visible forty eight howard beck senior nba writer for bleacher report the conference finals are set we're recording on a thursday afternoon here we know now it is rockets warriors out west it has cavaliers celtics in the east all that will get going in a couple of days and to discuss all that thought it'd be a good time to bring back old friend the coach david thorpe david thorpe the founder and executive director of the pro training center down in florida he has worked with a number of nba players over the years you know his work of course from many many years at espn as well and he is the author of the book basketball is jazz and per usual david just has a had a lot of phenomenal insights in our conversation about the playoffs but also we got a little bit into the coach of the year debate what makes the coach of the year how what should we look criteria should we be using to decide this and we talked a lot about brad stevens of course in the wake of the mini pseudo controversy on the coaches association vote which where the coaches voted for dwayne casey for coach of the year but brad stevens did not get any votes i think it's a silly controversy but we discussed that you'll you'll hear why i thought it was silly so we get into all that talk to bunch about the rookie class that has shined so much in these playoffs donovan mitchell ben simmons jayson tatum thorpe got his his impressions i think are really interesting about all three guys and then we just kind of cover a bunch of ground about what we've seen so far in the course of the playoffs and then we dive into the two conference finals so great discussion with coach thorpe as it always is an illuminated conversation before i get you to that i just want to give a quick shout out to mccoy alex man genie you guys don't know alex unless you watched maybe our facebook live nba stuff that we used to do here that steven nelson i used to alex benji.
"thorpe" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Yeah that's that's the page out of chris paul playbook chris paul just wouldn't i said it's couple of years ago he plays the game chris paul dies like the boss his ball like he doesn't understand why anyone troubling basketball it basketball and he's gonna go get it and that's how people did this year he just felt like there's no way i'm letting you get by me and if you are even just a little bit loose with the ball and taking it it's my ball and then i'm flying and that's why i think awesome is not gonna play i think he's out of the rotation i mean i'd say his name right the kid from cleveland there there i think lewis little worried and again i mentioned rodney hood i was a little worried about some his guys who've never really been any situation before it gets a team like indiana that reminds me so much that goes grizzlies teams they're just gonna guard the hell out of you and if miles turner has as a big game one or lose all of a sudden series gets interesting because he can be such a difference maker for them and i just unfortunately let down the stretch he's been sleepwalking cleveland's gonna win the series let's not let's not let's not falsely advertise it this is going to be in play if it is look i'll be happy to be wrong with the exciting anyway i have to yield the studio in two minutes to the wonderful katie nolan david thorpe this is such a pleasure to do this we really did eight almost eight minutes per series and maybe we'll do sixteen minutes for four series or something in in when the first round madness czar but i i hope you enjoy the games my friend alex.
"thorpe" Discussed on ESPN FC
"You're hearing thorpe i would assume you'd be happy walking around in speed owes least when you're at work so now i think there is a massive gap who's going to be the next psg get serious i have to ask a questions because he hasn't been on the rise of the show avoidance of what was not like gavin speed producerled if we can go goes stay he's going to scout i think they need to figure it out i can tell you though the profile of the next coach now named full already with children britain rogers somebody with a big personality and who they consider proven that they thought outside the box with emory i just wonder if maybe the current coach of chelsea decides to go and uh and part ways republican in the season or the club kick out his backside whether he might not recycle him in software because that's one of the few clubs i think at this stage to could realistically go to if they want it that's it can we go now producer we got enough think signed as as most wash tomorrow as the snow tomorrow mm great tall vip for speed everyone it's the same line of isn't it steve nicol like software perfect delivery knowing speed is that of has been news.
"thorpe" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"I've read the thorpe the throne comic flawed issue number had to say is it a raid how decide thrown is the blue eyed by lee man from shuttles jet as the amana its is that she's all as i can remember running on your first net ice nice from the the throne trilogy you know the ones after ten general ductless rising eight of the epa has on the out on the atas las commit other level you know they go back they brought him back into the new cannon 'this is a book which i think this is delighted on this comic is really good it's my the again much bit like this kind of archives sowell's books but this is a really good one so throw issue number one is he's origin exactly the same i think it is pretty cold now from the brave uscs a lot of its brought in but i don't think it's again rac has is this the first on a dominant with a with a brought a new one vote in the same is this the first time they brought in a and now known cannon care laurel to lead the biggest one but it said i don't think it's the first time the rope act like dark buying mention i care rights of others how interesting i think so but it's in what is interesting the throne novel the comic is based off he's also invite timothy's on who wrote that trilogy is sign the gone eager so if he's gone interesting because i guess now all the non cannon stuff is called styles legends safi go well maybe some of it happened in some of it didn't yeah in some of it may be happened but not in the way it was tolerated la like this is why this is why you can work it in cells interesting the why there was his interest sometimes that his sometimes it's bad but so was interesting in it's different from the marvel comics because you can translate something from the comics in say marvel all day say and change a lot of it and people who don't seem to care the people do really care about the star wars will send to iran all i mean i don't know it's not good my on the point of contention is if they.
"thorpe" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"thorpe" Discussed on RobinLynne
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"thorpe" Discussed on The Basketball Friends
"Oh oh welcome to a thursday edition of the basketball friends i've got my may coach thorpe here what's up coach how are you doing tommy i'm doing great i'm here the very cloudy wilmington north carolina there's a battleship outside my door it is beautiful very inspiring here because right now we're gonna go to the people these are the people and get some questions from the people thorpe ito podcast let's do at jade ready go it just so happens your next to a battleship and we got the thorp ito pa going today at night exactly right although i think thorpe he does come from submarine it depends i there was no with no trade really doing do not real i do not at all that in under this administration were not supposed to talk about what are you know our thoughts are public is why we give them our game plan area on friday i then asked speak i there's a big jeez got a big campus here about an eight hundred or so employees and they have a lot of veterans at this at this particular campus since they've asked me to be a guest speaker for veterans day which i guess is next couple of days so it's all military today on the torpedo chat and rates let's get to it we've got a question from kayla messer wait sorry he messer butchered that he asks who is the most conventionally anaphylactic successful nba player i've always thought louise school was an anomaly in that regard but i could be wrong okay that was his question you cannot choose a white dude.