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Call of Duty Modern Warfare: Completing All 3 Contracts in Warzone Battle Royale
"Will. You've been playing some new colleague. I have been called Kadoi Quad Kadoi wars zoning the new battle royale from the makers of call of duty modern warfare infinity ward. I thought it's called duty. Had a battle royale mode already so obviously. I don't know much about this. You are a longtime pudgy player. So yeah you want to explain how it works. Yes explain how it works. Give us give us the so. They did a battle royale last year. with Block ups for it was really hot for like two weeks and then people stopped being destroyed and then disappeared basically. I mean there's still people that play it on the rag but it had problems with like sound model and stuff like that. The folks at Trae Art. I think did a really good. Gd Talk last year explaining what they learned from the first rather the battle royale which is basically like in a first person game where you're being unto constantly it turns out sound is really important and they focused a lot on that like the sound bottle in modern warfare warzone is is much much better. It's still not you know I. It's it's still not perfect. None of these models Arkansas. You're doing math to fool people's brains into thinking they hear sounds up and down and behind them when they're wearing headphones and since cod is a console game it has to work with. Speaker and TV's as well as funds like there's not as good as your pc only But it's really neat so you drop in one hundred and fifty players solo mode now and they have a three player team mode a Hundred Years. You get chucked out of the plane you. The map is basically like It's kind of like a mash up of all of the call of duty or a lot of the multiplayer maps. So there's there's like a quarry section and there's a TV station section and there's a bone yard section and all these different like kind of You know Classic Cod death match. Maps are either expanded or kind of injected as kind of like showcase locations in the larger battle. Royale actual royale map is really big as it would have to be rich people but the really interesting thing that they've done is they've added a bunch of mechanics. They get you back in the game if your squad game and you get knocked out so or in a solar game for that matter so for example you get knocked somebody somebody kills you for your teammates can get you back up in in. Pudgy or I think four nights all does this. You're out busy. You Watch your friends play for the next twenty or thirty minutes in this thing called the Gulag where you're in a rock style. Prison shower there to players started on either ends. You have a shower is where you lost me. Look man you went to prison shower part. I don't talk right. It's like it's the show. It is literally looks like the shower. Prison the prison shower from the rock. So so you have to like to one man leaves. The Guy who leaves gets to bears back in on his friends if you suck. Yeah so this is rocket league. It's Thunderdome but it's essentially like you're you're a subcategory of death match happening coinciding with this large fifty. Were all the people who are waiting at rocket. Leak or rocket arena not rocket arena. He's very rocket well in that rocket. Arena way like the people who are waiting for their turn to fight are standing up around the edge of the shower looking down from the guards gallery throwing rocks at the people who are fighting so like and if like you and one of your teammates gets knocked they'll be up in the arena and they can tell you which way because it's basically like doted three lanes there's right mid and last so like if you have a guy in the arena in the gallery that telling you which way the opponents going you've a pretty big advantage you have like a grenade you have a flash bang or a smoke grenade or something like that but mostly you have like a pistol or a shotgun or or whatever and then you have to murder that person if you go back in and you get back and then your team can get in world currency Like you find cash when you kill people you like cash part of diluting process and you can buy them back in at a by station for like forty five hundred Docs. It's really neat. They did a bunch of stuff to simplify. There's no attachments. They have to pick up the guns. You can you. The guns are coated like a while so like you have gray green blue purple legend gold or orange legendary loot and all that means is like the low doubts on them. So like they'll have different grips of different muscles. They'll different scopes so you don't have to be worrying about like does this angled grip going this gun or do i. Is it better on this gun? What would I do with all this stuff? The things take literally hundreds of hours to learn a game like a g are are much more straightforward. It's been really fun. I've really been enjoying an added Solos yesterday. Haven't had a chance to check that out yet. But I'm going to do it and this is free to play free to play so if you already own God modern warfare. It'll show up as a menu item if you don't it's like an eighty or one hundred gig download. I assume because the map is enormous and Let's see if you are a fan of the duty years where they have a bunch of weird like voice packs and Snoop. Dogg boys packs and a bunch of like. We'd leave crosshairs for your guns. I'm sorry to tell you that that is not the case. This is not one of those years. So hopefully the we'd leave. Crosshairs will come back next year and calling me. It's not health. Pack base it's health region so you have health jen your armor. Which is the most important kind of stat? You have rather than having a helmet and a chesapeake like you do in most games Basically you just have these metal plates you jammed to invest in front of your shirt and those three of those gives you one hundred percent armor basically and you can carry extra armor around which is nice. If you're in the middle fights and stuff like that it's it's IT'S A. They did a really nice job with. It's a really neat. It's a really neat. About how do you have a sense that they're going to avoid the pitfalls of the other battle Royale Games in terms of like keeping maps updated? Ed like changing over You know some nursing and keeping the the weapons in line Do you have a sensor that I know it's early So it's it's difficult to say my assumption is they're gonNA do one. Map is like adding maps is a neat thing if you look at what it asks. Legends is done when they add a new map. The old one goes away for a while and then they bring the new one back with some changes. So they're kind of cycling back and forth Fortnight has been constantly evolving. Their map huggies keeps adding new maps. And that kind of fragments. The player base every time they do it which seems like a bad thing when the player base shrinking so My I I think it's too early for a lot of that stuff to say until they find out what the stable audiences you know the games a week and a half old at this point so it's unclear It's unclear if if people are GONNA stick with we won't know people are going to stick with it for a month probably gets But the other nice thing is it ties into the existing call of duty. Modern warfare battle pass so the mud. It is if you buy into the battle pass in one place then you can use it in both the normal. Dm Game and also the battle royale so it's not like it's not like there's a subscription the cosmetic stuff seems pretty reasonably priced there. Aren't there aren't loop boxes like they? They've done a pretty good job. I it seems like I think that would be pleasant to Blaine. Would make you feel skis for playing unfortunate. Call of duty unfortunate play mechanics.
Bracket Watch: Who's Making a Late Push Up the NCAA Tournament Seed Lines?
"Then the blue bloods are six to ten in terms of the rankings Florida state Duke Maryland Kentucky Louisville Craig is in there ten in one poll Meryl Levin another poll and then you start to get into the meat of these teams in the big east and the big ten with Villanova Seton hall Penn state you throw all burn in there then you get a west coast team in Oregon in terms of rankings then you're back to the big ten for Iowa many got Huggy bear in their West Virginia and and I just keep going down down down the list and what was I could see West Virginia going to the final four Bob Huggins teams are a lot like god to me what Bob Huggins does a West Virginia or at least tries to is what is tries to do at Michigan state T. Jim toff Rodham hard may come play tough I mean you got him in Morgantown West Virginia if you've ever been in Morgantown West Virginia once one of the nicer dumps in America but be that as it may there's not a lot to do down there so your car you try to do you work on your game and you get top there near here in the cold in your playing defense my point in bringing this up is you look at the big east's top to bottom and the big ten top to bottom they're probably the two best teams in college basketball and you can look at Villanova and Seton hall is a team that can definitely get to the final four or again you know I'm kind of wishy washy about a little bit I need a little more Intel on them to really feel good about thinkin they they can make a deep run in the tournament we have a really talented teams this year in college basketball but I don't think we have the proverbial bird team you look at the top ten it's pretty balanced and the NC double a tournament is still about the match ups well when you just look at these teams how many jump out to you to be able to win the national championship and although in filling out a bracket then I like to know a couple of teams then I'm gonna move on right away yeah I know I'm gonna have some tough decisions this year in filling out my bracket if let's say Florida state matches up against Creighton or if Villanova goes against San Diego state where you give me a little Dayton against Maryland then do can can scan Zacha yeah you start to break those matchups down and it's like okay though those aren't so easy to be able to
Jonathan Pryce, 'The Two Popes'
"There's a movie now that you can see a Netflix. It's called the two popes and it stars my guest today. Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Living Hopkins. Playing guess what the title characters doing doing it brilliantly. So Jonathan Welcome Creek Pope Francis there. You are the big news now. About Pope Francis is his encounter with this woman in the crap out there where he sort of slapped her hand. Yeah Yeah have you been being asked this question now would I please slap really. Okay do I WANNA be grant. At the Golden Globes. There was a lot of Grabbing and pushing polling I was tempted to slap but I feel really sorry for him because people aren't seeing the whole whole sequence video where that particular woman grabbed him very yanked him yanked him and he's He's an Obama scientists bound to hurt. Well let's talk about the two popes in terms of the whole concept of you being offered this to play the The Argentinian Paul. Because we don't see him in the movie being the pope really walk up to that while Anthony Hopkins is playing Pope Benedict German. is you're an Argentinian to Welshman playing these. Yeah somebody must've said. That's that's what we need is to Welshman to do this time for Welsh. Pope was watching and watching. You play this. I kept thinking this other. Argentinian you play. which was one there? You are the dictator in a way. Pope can be a dictator but Pope Francis Go. You is the liberal reform. The one that wants to give them more compassionate look at the church. Did you have any trepidation about pilots. Just just just the usual about whether I wanted to do any of. Is that how you approach them. All Walk Negative. Say No no I thought uh I thought I'd be on a hiding to nothing representing this particular pope. But that didn't last very long. I read the script and won ten. You that Fernando Morella Morella was gonNA be directing it. I definitely wanted to do it and I think it was mainly to do with the fact that I'm not religious logistics. I was brought up in the Christian faith. I went to church until I was a teenager. but I found that this pope was the first pope who I thought was speaking to me and millions like me about issues that what. Mrs Narrowly to do the Church or organized religion but to do with politics and to do with speaking out up folding environment and about the economy about the injustice is the during the world so I he was someone for great empathy towards towards and help. That looked like him a bit and I walk like came definitely Even though you've got ten years on me you could sneak into the the Vatican may be busy and just an take over there and do what you would need to do there. Does that give you a feeling when your plane that that this was what I would do if I win. The pope shoes. I wouldn't be so presumptious to fix that but I'm glad he's doing what he's doing And obviously he's got. There's the whole church and Vatican side of things which he doesn't seem to be able to deal with those conquer but when you're constantly reading lots of stories about how he's disliked within the Vatican because he's a reformer and people don't want that change and I think that's that's why he became pope. He was be made pope in order to make these changes. Otherwise so why choose him because he was in the never been an odd uh-huh latin-american Pope and the film implies of that we don't necessarily know the truth. That benedict wanted Bagogwe uglier to be the next pope because he saw in him things that he could not even he couldn't do he saw in many ways his opposite didn't they and this is it. I didn't mention this in the introduction but benedict was a pope who retired. WHO said I'm not going to do it anymore? And so we have to popes who Are Alive in this world today and they're the clips at the end of the real popes in seeming tab. Having a really terrific time when I sold the first Kata film I was bit disturbed. They were showing the real popes at the end of the phone. Because I thought it would invalidate everything. We've been doing for the previous to house. But what you see in these two men is a is a the committee this just a welcoming the way they they greet each other with great affection and you can see the respect. They have for each other and far from taking away from our performances it they it enhances. It gives an element of truth to what we were doing. It's a really terrific script. Ns Two popes one of these two guys talking to each other which sometimes scares people when they go to the movies. I want that but yet a mirage as a director makes this movie move. You've so beautiful to gorgeous thing to look at. It's also sometimes. Polaris that's going on. Did you all know that that was what was going to happen before he did it. No no what's what's wonderful about. The film is that it It's such a surprise for audiences once don't you don't you. You gotta get them in there and then once they're in that It's a surprise Because it's it's much funnier than I ever expected. And and the audience expect and I think the way we made the film there was no. We didn't have many preconceptions. I don't remember ever talking onto Tony. I'm going to be like this. And he said I'm going to be like this and finance and I want you to do this. That and the whole process was really organic bound because we have the the strength of that script bit underneath his you know holding us up and when I saw it and the way Fernando put it together other because he says his work starts in the editing room he lets us do what we want and encourages us to go certain ways but when I they do what they want to that yeah good directors do that they let you think your your your coming up with the Serving quietly feed and things in your ear they let you think it's your idea So when I saw it I didn't know it was going to be so funny. Rondo humorous. I mean that first scene of your character trying to book his own plane reservations on the fault. Yeah probably apparently did that. That's what he did but it's the post game I saw with a big audience was telluride. And because you I don't know what to expect and that moment the right at the beginning of the phone web the audience laughs as one. The huge wave of laughter. You can feel the audiences sir. I sent me sat by a few. And they're going to enjoy this and the you can feel the audience sitting back and saying this. This is going to be okay you can. It's like Yep okay you know bring it on make happen and yet it also doesn't avoid the controversies that exist within the church. Now the whole thing with the problem priests they're predators that are there and also their histories. Can you talk a little about his history. Go Yeah it back in the seventies in terms of Argentina. It's all mostly. It's all in the film and we didn't shy away from it. The way were applauded and thanked thanked by the people people in Bonus Iris. When they sold the film we had a screening because they that fear was this is going to be a whitewash elma? Crossover Haggi Auger fear Goglia. Because he is still seen as a divisive character in Argentina because of his perceived involvement involvement with the cardinals. I've found on Youtube footage of him being interrogated by or question by his peers fellow cardinals about his involvement with the colonels. And you see a very different man the man you see smiling on the balcony. And he's made pope he's he's he's very doer he's quite angry. I think he's impatient. He's drumming his fingers on the table. And I put that image together with talking to a Jesuit priest and bonus. Who worked with him? I who said they didn't like him. He was Very always stays. Ah Stay by himself. He didn't mix I he was he never smiled. I'm when they saw him on the balcony. This smiling pope. They didn't recognize him because he was smiling. Didn't person yeah. But then you do get the other side of him where he is in the film you see him Saying mass and the kind of the slum township areas and and the other side's members very popular so it's not a a a bio-pic it's not a huggy overview of this man. It's a it's a Watson Study of him and I think we've been fair to him because we all respect him and admire him And we had a screening in Rome three or four weeks ago were members of the Vatican Cambridge theory and They said they liked liked. That enjoyed it And a particular Cardinal WHO's a friend? WHO's a friend of Love Benedict and of Francis He'd liked the phone very much. Fernando the director said. Do you think we were too hard on the church. And he said you went hot enough woo but he also said that he thought France would like the film and he wanted the DVD to take them to show him the film. I love so That review see that. Yeah well what do starts right. Yeah that'd be good and also from France's family in Argentina. Fernando got an email to say that they'd seen it. They enjoyed the film and they liked. What we've done Representing their uncle. That was that was really nice. Colon uncle Uncle Horace to two years. How were you and Anthony Hopkins together? You know. You haven't made anything or done anything before. Really WE'VE BEEN ON A. We're both on the recording of under milk. Wood the Dylan Thomas Poem that was produced by George Martin. Twenty seven years ago the Beatles producer and Tony was first voice. I was second voice and you come twenty seven years later. We're in Rome and the coal sheet has You know you're rated as the importance in the film. The number and I was number one and Tony was number two so it was my revenge after twenty seven audit your greet each other even morning with morning number one number two. It went on from there but we. It's interesting the what happens to the two men in the film is reflected. Did what happened to Tony. And I because you know in the film you see two men sort of sniffing around each other like a pair of dogs like where each other Eh Wary of Tony but I was. I was I I'm an aura of Tony Hopkins. I'm a great admirer of his. So I'm not played late into those early scenes and as you see the pope's relationship growing so my friendship with Tony grew and It is the equivalent of both of us. All of US tangoing together by the end of it. That's a good way to put out.
"huggies" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In Budapest it's William will be following in the footsteps of his mother Diana princess of Wales and his grandmother the queen when he travels to Pakistan with his wife Catherine today the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will visits community organizations to help young people the only to political leaders and discuss climate change the security reasons Buckingham Palace said the tool is the most complex to date a royal correspondent Johnny diamond is traveling with the couple the visit comes at the request of the foreign office the Royals generate considerable amounts of good will on these tools from both elites and the public security will be tight and logistics complex a lots of travel is planned for the next four days is the do you conduct tests visit the capital Islamabad and the city of the whole and head to the mountainous north and the western border regions well as Britain is not a significant partner to Pakistan historical ties are long and strong and Britain is home to more than a million people of Pakistani descent security has improved in the country but the palace is keeping the details of the to a very close heavy military and police presence is expected to ensure that you can touch is the safety of royal correspondent Johnny diamond next to a flavour of Scotland well we're not talking Huggies.
Your Favorite Trader Joe's Skincare Products
"I was listening to the episode about the woman with a flawless skin? Thanks to trader Joe's enriched moisturizing lotion and I've been using it for years. Then I levitz going to tell you guys go to trader Joe's don't miss the antioxidant facial serum for all types of serum and you should definitely treat yourself to the LAVENDER's de-subscribe it will turn your shower and do my full on spice enjoy. Thanks for keeping me company then yesterday work and I can't wait wait here about your traderjoes. Hall lavender sea salt scripts sounds great disown. I've purchased a few of their shower scrubs before and as mentioned I have they're like shampoo in my shower. I did get this serum in my hall okay good. I haven't cracked open yet. We will kind of uniting to have a meeting about Blair Joe's mission but F- Why those items are in their here's another facial skincare trader. Joe's rave that we received received hi Katie Jori I'm driving to my mom's house for Labor Day weekend and I was just listening to the latest minneap we were talking about toners and I I wanNA share my favorite. It's not super fancy. I love the trader Joe's Rosewater Toner as I sit on my face after I wash it. It's refreshing. It's not expensive. I believe its cruelty free It's just a great product so thanks thanks for pod is nice. That's in the hall. Thank you I also want to note that. That caller left that voicemail a few weeks ago before this original trader Joe's skin lotion call. I'll look at Vassar. They were in the in box just waiting adding to be heard so lobby to that one right. We've got a body care recommendation making making gory emily. I just listened to the part of the mini episode. We're GONNA do a trader Joe's product test and I got so excited as you both did as well that I had to call in and mentioned the trader Joe's mango shaved clean you. You should definitely include this in your test. I have been using. There's there's nothing like I love it so much. It's not it's not the cheapest chasing gentleness McLean that you can buy but it's definitely the most effective my legs used to each so bad after I use like the Gillette you know the GEL that can turn into a foam when you rubbed it together because it was so drying but the trader just is so you you should definitely for that in your in your product test also loved the superstar wash and I can't wait to hear more wrecks. Thanks guys so oh I did not even know they had shaving cream. I missed that I mean I haven't I did not by the body wash so we've got to go back and get a whole we should basically sleep just by their entire skin-care body section and then while we're there pick up some frozen croissants to to Karaka made their frozen macaroni loans. I don't think so but I think I've had them at. Your House is a possible no good by them. I haven't made them. They're frozen. Croissants are legit legit delicious. I served them on Christmas morning. Oh there's so much good stuff to be found a trader. Joe's I mean aside from the skin care the gross I mean gross talk about forever but we won't we won't but we will in the future episode all right last voicemail with a seasonal holiday skin-care recommendation from TJ's Aj's hiking endure. This is Jessica S I actually just pause the most recent mini episode to call all the first time first time caller here because the idea of a trader Joe's focused product recommendation excited me so much and actually actually have a recommendation the caveat to this is it is not in the trader. Joe's usual lineup only come out at Christmas. At least I've only seen it the run up to Christmas but it is so good it's worth it and I usually stop then and it is the trader Joe's face mask trio the door. I know that you're not a massacre. Here's the thing I'm actually not a massacre either. I like to do what just occasionally like a relaxing thing or like a clean ass just when I've had some breakout and the price is right on these I forget what it cost. I bought these obviously last year but I wonder if either around on ten dollars maybe they also make great guests especially if you're ever part of like a gift exchange with the low amount and you get a clay eighty talk mask a pineapple papaya enzyme math at exploiting and then a moisturizing rose gel mask there each to fluid ounces also also perfect for travel. I cannot recommend these enough I don't really love masks a lot so I don't like you spend a lot of money on it. Honestly honestly I have tried much more expensive mass that I do not like nearly as well as best trader Joe's facemask trio so if you end up doing your focus focus on traderjoes products. I know it won't be out probably for at least another month or so but definitely keep your eyes out all right guys. I love your podcast I so much it's one of the highlights of my reach by so what I've always heard like on. The rumor mill of trader Joe's is that they are more expensive products products that like trader Joe's gets and just puts their trader Joe's label on. Have you ever heard this. I've heard serve a version of this. which is that a lot of their stuff his made in the same production facilities as differently branded item right and they just put their the name on it? I feel like Costco. Does something similar like. Everyone says that the Kirkland brand diapers are the same as huggies Caesar's interesting. Yeah I know Kirk Lyons coffee that they sell with their brand is starbucks but they have that on the label. I would be interested to know what the well here's an example that I know for a fact because this was written about but Bomba the Israeli peanut snack. There's now a trader Joe's version. Yes and I believe it is made under the same auspices as the original Bomba so I've I wonder what this if the skin care is available elsewhere a very interesting point. If there are any more you have to get chemists confessions on. Yes we Ojo Elliott the Mama Pa we do make a note yes but there's anyone who works the traderjoes skincare department slide into. RDM's get in there. Leave us an anonymous message out. Tell us what is going on with. These products secrets also send us some dried mango because that is my favorite thing trader
Huggies Dads on Diaper Boxes Campaign Goes Viral
"<music> from one hi this is business wars daily on this Wednesday July twenty four Chicago. Dad is reeling from newfound celebrity of the most surprising kind and what happened him says a lot about are changing culture not to mention some very smart marketing on the part of huggies. He's diapers earlier this month. Huggies owned by procter and gamble introduced a new line of premium more sustainable diapers on its glossy black boxes or photos not just babies or babies in MOMS but for the first time babies with fathers. One of those boxes features African American model Orlando Phillips Holding a winsome one year old girl. The campaign is surprising since for decades fathers have been the butt of jokes not to mention huge frustration when it comes to diaper changing but with younger father's play more equal parenting roles many dad's feel under represented not to mention under appreciated for sharing the work in bonding with their kids. That's w true for black fathers who struggle with the stereotype that they are uninvolved loved so when Chicago Father Joe Flowers Junior saw the photo of Phillips and Baby Soraya Lattimore on the huggies box. He was elated in a facebook post he shared the photo saying huggies moved to show a black father. We're on the boxes quote a I in history. He added quote. Look how far we've come. I'm about to buy these for no reason whatsoever well that post went viral and production time had been shared eighty one thousand. In Times flowers has been interviewed by U._S._A.. Today and several other publications aside from shocking the softspoken father the response demonstrates just how advertising follows and mimics changing culture. It's about time social media fans hands seemed to be say obviously the marketing campaign turned out to be a smart move for Kimberly Clark the companies and fierce competition with Pampers owner proctor and gamble for the twelve billion dollar diaper market that competition. It's tougher than ever to because his diaper sales have been shrinking since two thousand eight when the birth rate began to fall sales dropped almost six percent from twenty seventeen to last year C._N._N.. Reported as kimberly-clark's then C._E._o.. Said you can't sell more. More diapers to women who aren't having babies proctor and gamble actually quarter DADS I in June it announced that it would install changing tables and five thousand men's rooms nationwide after an activist dad posted a photo of himself changing his one year olds diaper wild squatting uncomfortably on a men's room floor that dad called for change with the Hashtag Squat for change and Pampers responded. Both companies are now trying to sell more ECO friendly diapers at premium prices huggy special schol delivery diapers the ones featuring dads on the boxes us more sustainable materials pampers has put out its own more sustainable line to boot if the response to the DAD marketing is any indication we're likely to see a whole lot more of it and and the move is intended to boost sales and prophets well. It's also a push for gender equality and for breaking stereotypes and for that Joe Flowers junior and thousands of others have nothing but praise.
"huggies" Discussed on KTOK
"Back with more of America's first news for the houses passed a resolution condemning as racist president trump's tweets calling for for Congress woman to go back to unspecified countries the house vote was two forty to one eighty seven largely along party lines with four Republicans joining two hundred thirty five Democrats and one independent in voting in favor of the resolution house speaker Nancy Pelosi every single member of this institution democratic and Republican to join us in condemning the president's racist tweet the votes came at the end of a chaotic afternoon on the house floor in which below sees characterization of trump's tweets as races was ruled out of order by the chair but were then kept on the record in the party line vote retired justice John Paul Stevens to serve thirty four years on the Supreme Court during an era of great change and co authored some of the course seminal decisions died yesterday at the age of ninety nine Stevens who retired in two thousand ten died in fort Lauderdale today after suffering a stroke Stevens was considered a moderate when Republican president Gerald Ford nominated him on the Supreme Court he became known as an independent thinker and a voice for ordinary people against powerful interests senators question whether Facebook can be trusted to manage its propose libra digital currency then the first public hearing into the plant held yesterday Ohio senator Sherrod brown now Facebook might not intend to be dangerous but surely they don't respect the power of the technologies they're playing with like a toddler who's gotten his hands on a book of matches David Marcus Facebook's executive heading the lever effort defended the plan well pledging to comply with all regulations to thwart money laundering and criminal activity R. Kelly appeared in a Chicago court yesterday where a federal judge ruled the singer will remain in jail without bond as he faces a myriad of federal sex crime charges prosecutors argued that Kelly is a flight risk and an extreme danger to the community Kelly's attorney entered a plea of not guilty on all charges yes dads change diapers too and for the first time Huggies is featuring dad's on its diaper packaging the company came up with seven box designs and three of the special delivery diaper boxes feature men front and center with babies Huggies says dads have an important role in the family and they want to make sure they are equally celebrated thanks for joining the party Huggies that's been doing that so I started doing that with seventeen years ago everyone.
Huawei first-quarter revenue grows 39 percent to $27 billion amid heightened U.S. pressure
"Cesco shares of Kimberly Clark rallying today. A gain of five point seven percent. The company behind products like Kleenex and Huggies reported better-than-expected first-quarter earnings and a sales decline that wasn't a steep is feared he was oil prices are sharply higher in the wake of a White House announcement that countries that continue importing oil from Iran will soon be subject to US. Sanctions. Some good financial news for Chinese tech giant alway the company's quarterly revenue rose thirty nine percent. The spite continuing US pressure on allies to Sean wa ways telecom technology as a security
Prepare to Pay More for Diapers, Clorox and Cat Litter
"For what it's worth, I'm Michelle Franzen. There may be a lot of crying this year. Over a hike in prices for Staples, like diapers cleaning products, even toilet paper. Big brand companies like pampers and Huggies. Proctor and gamble. Sharman? An arm and hammer say the higher costs of raw goods and transportation due to US tariffs are partly behind the increase church and Dwight says it's raised prices on products like Armand, hammer's baking, soda cat litter, even Oxy clean, Clorox and Colgate-Palmolive are too. So far it's worked the higher prices offsetting lower volume. It's change from the decade of slashing prices. During the rebounding
The Smart Diaper Has Arrived
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"huggies" Discussed on KTOK
"To be able to sit down and kind of unpack that maybe even slips. Well, that's a consummation. It is called about my mother written by Peggy Rowe, and that's of course, her son, Mike, who we love everything you do Mike and the way that you're giving back right now with a new series is is amazing, man. I I love every second of it. I just I for a second was trying to imagine. A man I'm a man having a prostate have his idea with it. It just to me. It's just a place that didn't wanna go Peggy. But I love you so much. I believe it on voice detects to when when I make mistakes. That's actually a pretty good one. Title was filled areas act. Go ahead. Texts from Mike, and he said. Check out all of the interest, tax insured up. Tens of thousands of people loved it. They were comments Huggies comments. He said, you know, I think we're onto something then the occasional text the occasional letter. And when you pull eventually comes out some day, people know who you are they will know that they liked your style of writing. Now, I can't stop it. Every five minutes staying, hey, it's another tax. It's one of my favorite interviews that I've been able to do this year to be honest with you, it's Peggy and Mike. Rowe her book is about my mother, and is about her mother and Mike is even in the book a couple of times going get it right now. Your thoughts on what you just heard at one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty joepags dot com. We're coming right back. Newsradio.
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"Summer day, get weirder. But for. Ramana? So to be able to sit down and kind of unpack that maybe even slip some of it in oak. Well, that's a consummation devoutly called about my mother written by Peggy Rowe, and that's of course, her son, Mike, who we love everything you do Mike and the way that you're giving back right now with with you new series is amazing. My man, I love every second of it. I just I for a second was trying to imagine. A man I'm a man having a prostate have his idea with it. It just to me. It's just a place that didn't wanna go Peggy. But I love you so much. Glad glad we whether I believe it on voice detect- to when when I make mistakes. That's actually a pretty good one. Happens all the title was filled. Go ahead. And the next day. I got a text from Mike. He said. Check out all of the interest in your texts. Ensure not tens of thousands of people loved it. They were comments Huggies comments. And he said, you know, I think we're onto something then the occasional texts the occasional letter. And when you eventually comes out someday, people will know who you are. They will know that they liked your style of writing. Now, I can stop it every five minutes stating. Hey, it's another tax. I've got another story, Michael. It's about my mother is the name of the book. Her name is Peggy wrote that of course is micro. I can't thank you enough. I could talk to you over the next several hours. I appreciate you. There's the book again about my mother going at it. It is setting records. It's it's set the internet on fire. And and we love you both. Thanks a million. Thanks, joe. We appreciate it. This is fun. I absolutely back after this on the Joe pags show. Stay right here. Bam. Terrible thing. Don't wait this case. Twin cities news talk dot com. Because you deserve the truth are at a.
"huggies" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Mattress. One guy told me downtown, Charlotte. I was running around downtown, Charlotte. Asking people about baking guy said yeah, you know, what I'd probably do. I'd make a mattress and not sleep on that bacon mattress. Because what smells better than bacon? Nothing makes me happier than that. When I wake up and smell bacon, I'm instantly happy. There you go. Make yourself bacon mattress. Would you? Enjoy that Travis. I would definitely draw that maybe then when you wake up a Bloody Mary with a nice piece of bacon end up what he married a stir wrong with that. And you know, if you wake up, especially hunger, you just take a hack out of your mattress. So thank you so much Smithfield. They are a great partner of mine. And I appreciate them so much not only their their Smithfield. Brain. But they're Eckardt's brand with the million dollar throw coming up at the national championship with herbstreet in me. I can't wait for that too. So thank you to them. Thank you so much to Travis for getting all these amazing guests force like I say all the time. It's the pleasure. My life to learn about them. And he's a major major major player in helping us do that. Thank you for that, brother. Louise, thanks so much for being crazy enough to put us on. Thank you guys for investing. Please subscribe rate in review we've been we've been getting a little better. Here are numbers are getting a little better. But we would appreciate it. If you guys would subscribe rate in review hit us up on Twitter at Marty. Smith ESPN at Travis rock, we want to hear what you think about these interviews and and our experiences. So thank you guys for your investment and above all, thank you so much to our military. Our men and women in uniform all over the world. I can't wait for you guys to see the content that we've created for Veterans Day, man. When it is good. It's emotional. That'll be coming up on sportscenter and across all our platforms this coming weekend as we head into Veterans Day. If you guys see a veteran this week, you make sure you go out of your way to say, thank you. It's an important thing to do is what we should do because we're free for a reason. And that reason is them y'all have an awesome week. Appreciate everyone you so much. And I'm sure you'll be shocked to learn that I'm covering the Alabama crimson tide. Again this weekend. We'll see you down and t- town, y'all be good. We'll see you next time around.
"huggies" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Too. You blamed on a heavy. And your fear. Yeah. Yeah. I felt a little, but you know, what is going on it kind of maybe a little looser on the field sales gin. He thinks this could be like the future of athletics. No more Gatorade. Now, we're gonna drink beers before we play is if they keep that if it's beer now, I might play another ten years. So when you're running back scored. Yeah. How then did you, you know, workout getting a beer finding your girlfriend and all that? Yeah. I've been talking about for years now, and I kept talking about and then finally pulled the trigger. So I got her down in that that little end zone party. And I told her second half she was going to be there and see how the extra beer I receiver got knocked out at the one yard line at look over in the end zone as here waving on like, it's happening. Now, once we scored someone help me up, and I just took off for the beer, the beer and just chalked it any beer companies reached out to you want to. Striking endorsement deal with you know, not yet. But the beer I drank the company, I think they're gonna be sent me some stuff pretty soon. So it should be good kind of it. I didn't recognize it as a military for every up here. It's a Canadian company. It's it's pretty good beer. So we'll see what they bring me. Well, I will say this that was a display of athleticism and a display of great spatial awareness. Unlike I witnessed, and when it was broached to me by my friends on sportscenter Saturday morning, they were asking whether or not I could I could beat this cat in a beer chugging contest, and whether or not the Canadian folks or the southerners were better beer chugging. And I said, well, I'll I'll take on oboe any day anytime anywhere in a beer chugging contest and turn around and pointed right right tiger stadium. And I said I'll be right here. Hang combed now. And we'll have a beer chugging contest. I bet you Travis a hundred and fifty people challenged me on Saturday to a beer chugging contests before the LSU Alabama game. And I bet half of those are probably before eight in the morning. They were some of them were indeed. And I will I will admit though, did not participate in any of that. Because I still had worked. Do I was still working at almost one o'clock in the morning that night. But I do appreciate that guy's conviction. I mean, look there's nothing wrong with celebrating with the Kobe. That's a that's how you do it. Now, the one thing that I took a little grief because on the sports television program, we're talking about natty light. And I said don't y'all be knocking natty light. Because that's the official beer the south land because it is. What I appreciate the most from this is his girlfriend provide the beer like that's you need to find yourself. A woman that's willing to pay needs. She up and have that beer waiting for you, and it was a canned beer too. So he he understands how it works man these go by ring right yesterday. Because what can't y'all got first of all she was prepared? And not only that. I mean, she gave him like the the wink where she was sitting. So that he knew exactly where to go to put on that great athletic display if that time for him to lock that down forever. So hopefully, some of that made sense guys like I say I've been partly cloudy here because I was out in New York with the boys, and I'm still working on her recr- rid. I'm still working on the recovery process. Hope y'all had phone. I certainly did. Thank so much to coach Huggins..
"huggies" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Anyway, I was just gonna ask you if you had to pick one song at the Sawyer picking to hear him sing live. I don't know his catalog is very special my favorite. It's hard for me to even say what my favorite song of his is because they're so many. But my hometown is is probably the one that I would would request. If I had the opportunity to request one song to sing with Bruce Springsteen and guitar it would probably be my hometown. It's just that song is very important to me and that song says so much, but look man it's Bruce Springsteen's catalog. It's endless, and it's just hard for me to describe what I wanted more. I mean, the first thing the first thing that Eric said to me was well, I said man, I wanted more, you know, you it's one of those things where you just you just never want it to end. So I get up on Saturday morning in Baton Rouge, Louisiana really early. And I'm away to work and check my Email, and I have an Email. Air from buddy of mine in the company named Tom McCain and Tom kind of helps coordinate the Saturday morning sports centres, which are really crazy for the producer. Mike Epstein and all those guys because it's college football Saturday, man. Like, you know, there's there's a lot going on those Saturday mornings and McKean has sent me this Email, and it says, you know, you kind of lays out what we may do in the segment, and then there's this note, and he goes also, bro, we want you to react to this Canadian Football League player who chugged beer, and naturally because it has to do with chugging co bear Travis has it.
"huggies" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"But they can't go score forty points. I mean, you you Alabama's gonna not only are they going to shut you down to festively, but they're going to score a ton of points offense ity their weaponry on the offense of side of the football is is unfair. All I can say is. I I I've long expected a lot of them. I'm out of Pearl adapts for to talk about Loa. I am now I see I saw different Alabama on Saturday night with balance -fensive -ly, Damian Harris went for one seven and they ran the ball. Very will. They threw it all over the pond. And I it's just I know that non tied fans are really tired of hearing it, but get used to it because man their potent. So we left the field on Saturday night slash Sunday morning sometime after midnight, pushing one o'clock. Doc from Baton Rouge. And I went and took a couple hour nap got up took off to New Orleans, flew home, Charlotte grab lane. He got back on another plane, flew up in New York City for an amazing amazing event at Madison Square Garden the stand up for heroes event with John Stewart. And Seth Meyers Jim gaffe again in those guys the comedians performed, and they were funny. But that's not why was there. I'm not I wasn't interested nearly as interested into comedians as I was in the musical entertainment, which happened to be Rick church and Bruce Springsteen and not only did they play individually, but they played together. And it was one of the most amazing moments that we've had I've known Eric a really long time. And so to have seen the climb into his current position is cool anyway, but to see him seeing with Bruce Springsteen, who is a superhero. And who just doesn't. I mean, he almost doesn't seem human. He has this. I've never been. I've never seen Springsteen play until the other night. I've never been around him. But there's just a different thing. There's a different energy with him and to see that and to see Eric in him play together in this amazing avenged that is so important for the Bob Woodruff foundation. And everything that Bob is doing for our troops was just a very spiritual evening, and I mean, it it was very reflective for me and for Laney and just really filled up our tanks. So I'm licking my wounds to degree I cannot even begin to articulate. Let's just say that on Monday night. I did not really go to sleep until some time near five o'clock in the morning. Tuesday. And we went big. But that's those are once in a lifetime deals, man. So you gotta do it. Right. Would you compare Springsteen to like when you've been around like a guy like Rinaldo does how like people freak out? No, no. Because I was near. I was I was kind of with Rinaldo. And I did see something crazy when I was with him honest to God, it was like those old Beatles movies when the ladies just fall out and pass out at the site of them. I was in just in the crowd, but there's a different energy. It's it's just hard to describe man. It's a it's almost like he is a force field around him or something. And maybe some people felt that way about feel that way about Cristiano. I don't know. But I had a little different experience with him with with Bruce. I can't even I better not call him, Bruce. I'm not on first name basis with him with Springsteen. It's it's just I don't know. No. I guess the only way I can describe it as that. He just has a very different energy around him than than anybody. I've been around even the MJ. I mean that MJ has a little different different vibe around him too. And I guess from the similarity between them would be just this untouchable ARA, right? Like, they're such superheroes. And they're so hard to get to that. When you actually see them. It's quite an experience. And he knows see Bruce Springsteen sing dancing in the dark with an acoustic guitar is a spiritual event..
"huggies" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"I mean, I saw you at Tennessee though, you feeling punts. Maybe savings going to see that. And like, wow. Okay. Many the respect this a little more. Well, all got today's show. I'll jay. I mean, he didn't he's not seen a handle quite like this regardless. Appreciate coach Huggins and all his insight, and and his time and his time above all. Because we're getting started here, man. Hopes underway. Unbelievable are for me to believe it's already college basketball time again, by the way, Duke looks pretty good just for the record. Are you talking about the contest they put on last night? A little bit scary be awfully hell I mean the size and that let us is them. It's it's just it's it's beyond description. I don't know how you even analyze that. You can even sets it from our analysts who are so used to seeing the league players. I think they're even quite taken aback at what do cast on the floor. I wouldn't Zion to dunk over you. I think he probably could I don't think it would be very difficult for him. So I had an interesting interesting week ahead. Alabama LSU down in Baton Rouge. And what an amazing scene. There is nowhere college football like death valley. There's just not. Amazing fan base, and so loud, and it was the most physical college football game. I've seen those guys from the field level, they were knocking the absolute hell out of each other just to say how loud it was when to took that shot in the first quarter. You couldn't hear whistle. No. You couldn't hear anything? And I had an ear plugs is not my first rodeo in death valley. I put ear plugs in and you it's still deafening. It was my first rodeo, and I didn't have your plugs. And I couldn't hear anything. How would you describe it? So I I said I wish high state fans were as half as loud as LSU. I had a friend say stop it. I'm like, no, I'm dead serious. Like at even state. We have fans that are knitting sweaters on the sidelines. And they're playing Taylor swift during breaks at LSU, nobody sitting and they're playing little John or they're playing a country song with the Louisiana tied to it. It's just at another level. And it's soaked in bourbon the entire day. It's wonderful everything about it is wonderful and the it's just such. Such a passionate fan base. And when you bring in there that way, they're that way all the time. But when you bring in the number one team in the country, which is unbeatable, and you genuinely thank you have a shot, despite the fact that you're a fifteen point underdog fourteen and a half, whatever that number was I felt like that was a pretty hot number and Alabama came in and just dominated they dominated in every way except the kicking game. And I think any criticism that they were facing about strength of schedule or anything of that ilk is absolutely put to bed, and I just they they honest to God, we're unstoppable the other. It's never good. When the number one team the country's motivated because they feel it to being doubted the other cells of the team, that's the defending champion saving made it very clear made it very clear team before the game made it very clear to us after the game before the game. He implored his young man embrace the opportunity to make a stay. -ment here. Embrace the opportunity to show America that we are the best team in the country and every single one of those young men did embrace that opportunity. And when you shut out the number three ranked team in the country in the most difficult chaotic for Nettie wild environment in college football on Saturday night when you beat them twenty nine to nothing and only allow twelve yards rushing. It is the ultimate statement. And I just we had this conversation. I was on the show get up on on Monday morning, and I was chatting with Damien Woody and Dan Orlovsky and Mike Greenberg about who if anyone can beat Alabama. And it was interesting because you look at halves of the football. Okay. This team could probably maybe defend them Michigan. Well, I think Michigan has a tremendous defense..
"huggies" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"And he's in obviously, a very competitive and demanding profession, and when you take a school like West Virginia university that it's fan base takes its density fromm the athlete department of that university. Whether that's the football team with coach Holger Sohn and his tremendous string mullet or that's huggy bear in the basketball group. West Virginians are so passionate about WVU and their entertains and I love to hear him discuss how that is him that is within him. And he's so passionate about championing that entire dynamic just filled up my tank to hear him and. To to hear him discuss his mom and his passion for making certain that her legacy remains intact. And that her entire approach is championed means a lot to me because I try to do that every day with my mom, and you don't hear coats that way, very often Travis you don't hear coach Huggins in that emotional type of reflective tone, very often for coach that a lot of fans expect to hear this isn't what they normally would hear from him. He's usually a little more loudly. This was a different style of huggy bear that people haven't heard. I agree. Certainly I've not I've not heard him in that way. He's very quick witted. He's very funny, but to hear to hear him almost vulnerable is I think quite rare. So it was one of the joys of my life to have that time with him. And like I say, I'm not done, man. I'll tell you what I need to do man. A couple years ago. My buddy who works on. Coach Huggins staff he told me about this fantasy camp that they have of their that coach huggy puts on and they fight all these guys in outfit them in WVU gear, and they put them through all these practices and whatnot drills. And then they play and they just have a blast. And I got invited a couple years ago, and I really need to go up there and do that because I think there would be nothing more proprio than for me to go up there and just crawl some dudes up, and maybe maybe hug, you give me a scholarship because I do have four years of eligibility left. Just in case. She wanted Travis. I mean savings not letting you in the league if huggy bear is gonna brace. You gotta go over their head on over to Morgantown close to where you're from CMO ended up in coach savings league, though. Coach saving doesn't know it yet. But see he looked at me when I had on the full Bama gear, and the headband and the socks and everything and he said dress like that. I don't let people dressed like that in my league. But I'm going to end up in there. I'm going to end up. The ball in the noontime basketball sociation at some point. And I'm going to try to drop twenty twenty five on coach all I mean, just posting is your goal to cross over like Iverson did to 'em Jay when he entered the league, you know, I tried to guard a wants did a story maybe eighteen months ago, something like that. On that big three basketball league that skewed founded, and I went up to New York City and chatted with cube. Alan Iverson and white chocolate Jason Williams, and I was messing around with with white chocolate and trying to guard him or whatever. And then I decided all right? I'm gonna see if I can't guard a dude I had he broke my legs before I even knew what was going on. And these guys haven't played in a while. Right. It's just unbelievable. How much better they are without even trying than we are like putting on the Rico gear and going as hard as we can white chocolate. Alan Iverson might be the two worst people. You could have picked to try to defend those to their handles and their prime was stoppable lot like me and in a mural hopes..
"huggies" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"What was that moment? Like for. You is really hard. It's really hard because I love Kansas state. Love the people Kansas state love living in Manhattan, Kansas. People were absolutely wonderful had an unbelievable ministration. Dr John we fall, and Tim Wasser the athlete director. We're absolutely wonderful to us. And I had I credit staff. I mean when you think about having that guys that I had on staff. I mean, we we were on the versa really going there. And and it was hard, and it was really really hard. It was it was really really hard to tell those great people that you know, had to go home. I lost my mother to cancer early on and. You know, my dad's my dad's eighty eighty six years old now, and you know, as an opportunity to come home. I got two brothers four sisters were very very close. And then here, you know, two hours away is a whole lot there than being whatever it was their hours away. And that's really what it came down to. And I love West Virginia loved to people West Virginia more house born right downtown hospital, which is no longer hospital. But I was born Vince apply hospital. I grew up Doug hill. I'm a West Virginia guy through through my mom to cancer to a lost her a week. I think after I graduated from college, and I lost my dad ten years to the day almost to the day that I lost my, mama. And it's crazy to me. Now, I'm forty two now coach. Look back, and I consider now twenty years later, how that really did shape me and the way that I reacted emotionally and how that emotion permeated montage life. I made some real dumb ass decisions. As a result of the way that I was process and all that stuff. How did affect you? How old were you? What's the story there? I was at Cincinnati when when my mom passed away, and you know, my my mom was really was my rock. You know, my dad was finishing school and trying to work and all those things. So that a young age, I spent the majority of well spent all of my time, basically with my mother, and I was I was the first I was the I'm the oldest. So my mom and high were incredibly close, and I can remember practice Cincinnati getting in a car and driving Akron, Ohio and going into hospital. See, my mom, and the first thing, my mom would say, Bobby, I told you I told you you need to be with those boys. You don't need to be here be fine. Those boys need you and every single day that that I would drive from since night Akron. She told me the same thing. And I don't know..
"huggies" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"And now his son is of the age that he's be recruited. What's that tell you about longevity? You're killing me Marty. Sorry, brother. You're you're making me feel awfully old. I don't know. I mean, hopefully, that means that that I've I've done a good job. I've done it. Right. I've done it. The right way. Kenyon was wonderful. I I can't imagine coaching anybody who who tried to do things to right way. And who was he's the most talented guy that that I've had for sure. But you know, I had a whole bunch of guys. You know, it wasn't. It wasn't just Kenyon. I think Kenyon is the highlighter. But I mean, you you go back and you start thinking about the Corey Bunsen Nick Van axles and daddy Ford since and Jason Maxine heels and on and on and on. I mean, I've had what twenty some between twenty five and thirty guys playing the NBA I've been blessed? I mean, I've really been blessed. I I I think thank the good Lord every day for the blessings that he's bestowed. On those are some great players, and they went on to do great things at the next level as well. When you hear it like, what's your relationship with those guys as they move on you keep in touch. Oh, yeah. I just two weeks ago three weeks ago. They finally after twenty five years, can you believe this twenty five years? They finally inducted them into Cincinnati Basketball Hall of fame took so long. I wondered I wondered that. I mean, here's a guy who was who was all NBA for several years and one of the best point guards in the league. And had a great career says night. It's the final four. I don't know. I don't know. But it was great. I mean, it was great being back spent time with him spending time with Corey blonde, Terry Nelson, Alan Jackson, Terrence Gibson, and and on and on, you know, the members of that team that three main very very close to this day. Eric Martin was my SIS and Eric was part of that team a big part of that team. And and they remain incredibly close this time. It's a it's a fraternity that has stood the test of time for sure when you between the lines with guys there's. A very different level of love because you got to count on each other. You got to depend on each other. And that can be tunnel which team of yours had that bond the best bond. I can't I can't name one because there's been many there's there's been many where guys to this day are just the I think the sixteen years Cincinnati, and and go back there, and and with that group in I think it was two thousand I went to the final four with excellent blot and every Martin and crew I mean demar Johnson's there Lenny Stokes there Eric's there. I mean, they we really tried to instill at Cincinnati inherit West Virginia that, you know, it's like having a little brother, you want your little brother. It'd be better than you want. Your little brothers to exceed you want your once your little brother to to enjoy and experiences. That you were forced enough enjoying experience. And and our guys, you know, by large have done, a wonderful job of that. You know, Marty I built I built in the only I built a former players locker room because we have so many guys come back and the summertime I mean from DeJean baller. Joe Alexander thing named people remember to truck Bryant, Kevin Jones, Jay Sean page. Tariq, Phillip, and I I all we got that are I think eighteen lockers, and they're they're filled in the summertime because guys come back. I come back. They love Morgantown, they love the people less Virginia. They've got the best facility in America, come in and work out in all summer, and they enjoy being around each other. And so I think it's it's the best of all worlds. It's funny. That'll saying you can't go home. But all of those guys are a new. Did you know you played at West Virginia? And I wonder what your emotions were when they called you and asked you to come home be the head coach there..
"huggies" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast
"Our our United States under Joe mashing was our governor at the time, and he had the game pumped into the work places in the state and the minds and the factories and things in the state because everyone was afraid no one would go to work because they expected everybody to watch the game or listen to the game. And as a way to kind of get people to go to work they pumped it into the work places. How would you describe the state of college basketball right now, I think we're in flux? I think I think what what you hear is not the norm. I mean and Marty come on. I mean. Every everything in this country. There's there's there's an element to it that that people try to get ahead to wrong reason, the wrong way and for the wrong reasons. We're not different counts. Basketball's ninety different anything else. You read about Irina about Ponzi scams, and and everything in the business world that goes on. I mean, there are people trying to get ahead without without doing the work that you need to do and the commitment that you need to have everywhere. And we're not any different that we're not immune to it. You're known the perception of West Virginia. I grew up in that area. I agree with you. I'm a little bit further south right on the West Virginia border in Virginia. But I know that perception, well, why have you been so successful despite it? Well, I think one I've got a great staff, and and that that really believes in what we do and really believe in the people in this state. I mean, you were here you didn't you didn't get to go through the prac- sort of we built a twenty six million dollar practices. Best practices in America. There's not even close and that was built by the people in West Virginia that was not state money that was not university money that was money that came from the people in this great state, and the people who wanted to see us be successful. And and succeed, and there's not really anything that from a facility standpoint or travel standpoint that I needed that. I didn't get I mean, obviously, sometimes you don't get once. But if you get need should be, right. And and we've got everything that we've needed when you look at what you've been able to do there. It really is astounding in today's competitive, college basketball and longevity is so hard to attain in that business. You noted it's a business and a ruthless one. And it's funny to me that you coach Kenyon Martin at Cincinnati..
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"Gerald Huggies head during a half hour court hearing in lawrenceburg Kentucky state trooper testified that the twenty one year old man had written a manifesto detailing is planned to be quote, the next school shooter. The trooper also said Gerald headed assault style weapon at his car, what authorities arrested him as he left his home within sight of a high school last month. Police received a tip about Gerald from a New Jersey woman who said he set her racist messages on social media, Jim Chris cillizza Bs news, there's been a disturbing number of accidents at school bus stops this week five children have been killed in at least five separate crashes. Emergency crews rushed to the scene this morning where a seven-year-old boy became the latest tile to die just trying to get to school. It was an apparent hit and run near his school bus stop in central Pennsylvania. At least the fifth such accident in three days in Tampa this morning, shoes and bags scattered the street where five children and two adults were struck near their bus. Stop to children are hospitalized. Just over twenty four hours. Earlier in Lee county, Mississippi nine year old Dale and Thomas was hit while he approached his bus and in Indiana, Tuesday, a pickup truck fatally struck nine year old Livia stall and her six year old twin brothers as they crossed a highway to board their bus CBS. Correspondent Adriana Diaz. WBZ news time four forty four. And now a page from the diary of Flo. Dear diary, the ghost is back. This house is protected through progressive. But that doesn't mean as the haunted. How else would you explain that radiator like clanking sound or the moon colored light in the hallway that's gone by morning? Maybe he never bundled home and auto and he's doomed to suffer an eternity without the savings. Save an average. Of seventeen percents on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive. What was.
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"What we know now and bill cosby found guilty on three counts of you know sexual charges yesterday in pennsylvania listened to some of this audio from the scene from the cosby show i love your neck honey it certainly is nice to see the work things out for themselves yourselves is my barbecue sauce barbecue barbecues have you ever noticed after people have sung in my barbecue sauce after a while when it kicks in they get all huggy buggy i'm dead serious haven't you ever noticed that after one of my barbecues and they have the sauce people wanna get right home coming up on the nineteenth i don't breathing why don't you give the chicken to these people are going up oh boy so here's the rest of the guy oh now cosby and his wife were scurrying away to go upstairs with the barbecue sauce on the dresser and and then he races back because rudy and his boy or or eating the chicken and copied and takes it away taking it away there's the ending credits how creepy is that in the context of what we know about bill cosby these days and the the accusations the charges holy moly that's unbelievable i quickly on vessel and then i'll get into diamond and silk i've got the funniest audio from capitol hill yesterday from diamond and yelling give congress people yup and atom diamond silk trump's best friends so vessel that's kinda this natalia vessel that's guy she she's at russian lawyer who met with donald trump and paul manafort and some others member that was the trump tower meeting in june of twenty sixteen and well now she's admitted that she has deeper ties to the russian government than she had previously disclosed that we have known that she was a government lawyer i always assumed that an i've always said when talking about this of course she's reporting back to the kremlin i'm on deeper ties to the russian government than previously disclosed hey hey folks let me do my shocked face right here on the microphone did you see that in an interview with nbc news which will air later tonight on nbc nightly news vessel that's calls herself.
"huggies" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The toyota huggy center update i'm john wolf with the toyota huggy center up paid the score after two periods kings to panthers one correspondent suzanne malval reports on capitol hill that president trump has signed that four hundred billion dollar budget deal sharply boost spending swells the federal deficit man's a brief government shutdown it occurred while most americans were sleeping final hr eight ninety two officially before the 9 o'clock hour ending this nine hour as central government shutdown and already trashing if you will and taunting democrats an ignoring the bipartisan nature of this legislation it was up early in the morning 530 when the house voted to forty two one eighty six the lapd is warning it's cops you are not allowed to get high even if you're off duty despite the passage of props 64 which allows recreational use of marijuana in california nbc four new says the lapd a circulated a memo to that effect with abc's legal analyst royal oakes us public employees unions may push back they may say look california's official policy is the drug is legal courts in government entities are actually wiping marijuana convictions from the bucks la firefighters were cautioned in december they could be disciplined and metro workers are generally required to abide by federal transportation rules which ban marijuana use can jeffries k abc news a federal judge in la israel that immigrations and customs enforcement ice and the la county sheriff's department unlawfully detained thousands of suspected illegal immigrants and deny them bail even for minor offenses on the basis of unconstitutional detain requests from ice kabc kings intermission traffic on the one thirty four western sandra fell well at a pre accident in the hov two left lanes of traffic backed up to 210 fair oaks also a stalled truck in the number lane on the 10 westbound it crenshaw traffic slow from vermont kabc kings intermission weather tonight mostly clear upper 40s 50s tomorrow cloudy then turning sunny by afternoon upper 60s at the beaches upper 70s inland right now woodland hills 75 santana 61 downtown l a sixty eight next.
"huggies" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"West virginia huggies team minus eight total one forty nine rewarding towns agree homecourt advantage bird and and again i think this west virginia teams good enough but if they play the game to win this game by double digits especially if kentucky please anything like they did first half in early secondhalf at home and rupp against mississippi state the other night but kentucky's athletes they're gonna look at this as an opportunity to go up against one of the better teams than athletically they can hang excuse whether or not huggies guys can knock some shots down carter and company they struggle the other day putting the ball in the basket and i don't know if i want to lay the way west virginia's playing right now yeah that numbers come down because i saw short opened data 10 here's the thing i like kentucky terms of size i had this line at seven seven and a half bought my concern for kentucky's are they top it up and i don't mean mentally but physical when they get that paint are there guys gonna fight they've got good size would knocks and company but i bandra bill all these guys really got to compete you mentioned one thing that kinda concerned fused west virginia looking big picture they don't have consistent shooting i need dextra miles to be more consistent as goose trevan carter's benicia he's got to be more consistent i'm looking at big blue in this match up cars from these games will do stuff cruise on through inla's saw mas an opinion central machette minus six against kent st paul stay way central mission consisting can state not good away from home and really struggle completely this whole season inside the knack thought kansas minus seven at home against texas ainain six and a half surround talbott sevens as well and this is one i know i'm going to get your opinion on again part of the sec big 12 notch of fog allen as great an advantages the days it's not been that great this year they've won games but they struggled in games they lost arizona state at all new lost to texas tech at home and it should have lost a baylor at home kansas minus seven against texas a an amber dili kennedy's team is struggling right now as well they're pine terribly two in five two and six and league play i think this and lucky.
"huggies" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"The talk to myself huggy to talk to healy we've been out there even bob cornyn pizza earner are saying oh look at that and we never talk to each other while we're doing that either ears the other thing that people don't realize about a one of these days with somebody number of people ask me do a podcast on the broadcast on what you guys do how you doing all of that is and you know the fact is people think we talk all the time that we have a long production meeting before we do a game it separates adrift a quite frankly we are even talk during the week really we the only time we talk is on the sidelines at practice one day and say hi leirio hey rock what's up in nets about it not leica i think i think it our business uh and i'm not recommending this is you can over preparer and if you line by line especially when you're dealing with a broadcast that involves the unknown we we don't know where that games had it i don't know i don't care who's playing o we don't know where that could in if you're dealing worse than entity where it's unknown the spontaneity you lose their our number one there's only so much you can plan to begin with but if it yet take that beyond what is absolutely positively necessary i think it hill and let some of the spontaneity of a spontaneous exhibition we we we all know we have gained became legal no paraffin play good we think so we hope so but we don't know and the other thing people you know you have to understand on a broadcast like ours we're not broadcasting issuance of an old boss when sediment this to be worn out broadcasting nfl football were broadcast ding packers football and that's where we're coming from and even when were frustrated with things that didn't go right on the field of were disappointed as you all listening are is nonetheless you have to know where we're coming from it's it's about our team it's stopped packers football it's not an nfl network broadcast nor should it be known absolutely i i i almost i i'm ocean fight somebody to say.