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first_imgThe Indian Premier League’s first centurion Brendon McCullum was all praise for Sanju Samson, who hammered the first century of this year’s IPL.McCullum hammered 158* off 73 balls for the Kolkata Knight Riders in the first ever match of the IPL back in 2008 versus the Royal Challengers Bangalore. His innings included 10 fours and 13 sixes as he lit up the Chinnaswamy on the first ever day of the IPL.India’s star off-spinner and the injured Ravichandran Ashwin was also all praise for the young boy from Kerala.Joining McCullum and Ashwin in praise of Samson was Harsha Bhogle, who praised the innings and his talent. His former employers and the now suspended Rajasthan Royals and the owner of the suspended team Raj Kundra also tweeted about the brillaint knock by the 22-year-old.Samson hammered his century off just 62 balls before falling to a Adam Zampa flipper for 102. With this he became the second youngest Indian to slam a ton in the IPL, first being Manish Pandey, who hammered a ton back in 2009 in South Africa at the age of 19.Coming in at no. 3, he steadied the ship for the Delhi Daredevils after Deepak Chahar picked up Aditya Tare early in the innings.He started his innings showing some great timing and hitting a flurry of boundaries. Samson settled in and took 41 balls to reach his fifty but continued the good work before finally bringing his hundred up with a big six off Zampa in the 19th over. He hit eight fours and five sixes in his knock of 102.advertisementHere’s how twitter reacted to Samson’s maiden IPL hundred:I love watching Sanju Samson play cricket! Hes some talent!- Brendon McCullum (@Bazmccullum) April 11, 2017Sanju’s indifferent year just took a big UU turn. Special Innings. #IPL2017 #RPSvDD- Ashwin Ravichandran (@ashwinravi99) April 11, 2017Delighted to see Sanju Samson playing a key innings. Fine talent. Needs an arm round his shoulder.- Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) April 11, 2017Brilliant, just brilliant! #SanjuSamson scores 102 from 63 balls. Congratulations! #RPSvDD- Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) April 11, 2017So proud of our boy #SanjuSamson a beautiful knock @rajasthanroyals we know how to find players!- Raj Kundra (@TheRajKundra) April 11, 2017Take a bow Sanju Samson! First centurion in the #VIVOIPL 2017! #PlayBold #RPSvDD- Royal Challengers (@RCBTweets) April 11, 2017That was a #SanjuSamson special we just witnessed. C’mon boys! #DDTweets #RPSvDD #DilDilliHai- Delhi Daredevils (@DelhiDaredevils) April 11, 2017last_img read more

first_imgThank YOU, KUSI for calling a BULLY a BULLY! SomeONE in the MEDIA GETS IT!Please add that she is a paid Pharma Shill and Baffoon! “Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez insults and humiliates Californians concerned about ‘mandated vaccines’ “ https://t.co/qRn58Ae3sE— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 23, 2019 KUSI Newsroom July 22, 2019 In a California State Assembly hearing on SB 276, Chair of the Assembly Appropriations Committee, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez insulted and humiliated members of the public who were in attendance to voice their concern on the immunization bill.Actor Rob Schneider then called out Lorena for this behavior on Twitter writing, “How do the good people of San Diego vote for this DESPICABLE & RUDE “Servant of the People?” Please CALL CAL Assemblywoman ⁦@LorenaSGonzalez⁩ & remind her this is not the SOVIET UNION & YOU ARE NOT THE CZAR OF CALI! 619-338-8090 or tel:(916)319-2080″ with the above video.Gonzalez is a supporter of SB 276, the bill would instead require the State Department of Public Health, by January 1, 2021, to develop and make available for use by licensed physicians and surgeons an electronic, standardized, statewide medical exemption request that would be transmitted using the California Immunization Registry (CAIR), and which, commencing January 1, 2021, would be the only documentation of a medical exemption that a governing authority may accept.Schneider continues to tweet out his complaints with the California “Super Majority” and what they are able to.Schneider has dozens of tweets criticizing Assemblywoman Gonzalez and her husband, County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher. You can look through them here: twitter.com/RobSchneider pic.twitter.com/VPXAwt6Xlw— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 18, 2019 Posted: July 22, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Hey⁦@LorenaSGonzalez⁩ ur not ur usual combative deflecting self. Can’t you just accuse @KUSInews of being Anti-Vaxxer,orAnti-Woman,Anti-LatinA? Or maybe they are just a news org that is calling you out on ur Despicable UnAmerican Authoritarianism. https://t.co/qRn58Ae3sE— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 23, 2019center_img Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez insults and humiliates Californians concerned about ‘mandated vaccines’ 1/3This is the PEOPLE’S HOUSE!Thank YOU for ALL your Direct Messages & Photos & emails exposing the shenanigans and corruption in the Cal State Legislature in Sacramento.I will be vetting them & releasing them starting with Members on the Appropriations Committee.#NoOnSB276 pic.twitter.com/rzQ7h5dsSt— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 19, 2019 3/3The State of California Cannot Practice Medicine! The absurd idea that some bureaucrat in Sacramento is going to make what could be a LIFE OR DEATH decision over the health of a child THEY’VE NEVER MET WITH ZERO LIABILITY is nothing short of MEDICAL TOTALITARIANISM#NoOnSB276 pic.twitter.com/hWLqYj02n9— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 19, 2019The full  26-minute video of the Assembly Appropriations Hearing on SB 276 is below. 2/3By early next week we will have a web site dedicated to collecting and receiving ANONYMOUS tips and SUBMISSIONS EXPOSING GOVERNMENT MALFEASANCE of our state Legislators.Sunshine is the best disinfectant. We want an open and transparent GOV for the PEOPLECAL VOTERS DON’T PLAY pic.twitter.com/2mVbwlmIdS— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 19, 2019 Updated: 11:33 AM Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics Tags: Lorena Gonzalez FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Babies learn turntaking much before they can speak

first_imgTaking turns to respond to each other is a key part of conversation and babies learn the technique at around six months of age, long before infants know much about language, says a new study.The speed of response white taking turns — about 200 milliseconds on average, about the same time as it takes to blink — is astonishing when we appreciate the slow nature of language encoding: it takes 600ms or more to prepare a word for delivery, the study said. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’This implies a substantial overlap between listening to the current speaker and preparing our own response. In human infants, turn-taking is found in the ‘proto-conversations’ with caretakers.These infant-caretaker interactions are initially adult-like in terms of how fast infants can respond. But as they develop into more sophisticated communicators, infants’ turn-taking abilities slow down, likely due to both learning more and more complex linguistic structures, and having to find a way to squeeze these into short turns, said researcher Stephen Levinson from Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in the Netherlands. Levinson reviewed new research on turn-taking, focusing on its implications for how languages are structured and for how language and communication evolved. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixHe pointed out that turn-taking is common not only across unrelated cultures and language, the patter is also exhibited in all the major branches of the primate family – partly innate and partly learned in some monkeys, just as with human infants.  Even our nearest cousins the great apes take alternating turns in gestural communication, despite having a less complex vocal channel. All of this suggests that humans may have inherited a primate turn-taking system, Levinson said.This may have started out as a gestural form of communication, as with the other great apes, then later (about one million years ago) became one primarily expressed through the vocal channel, the study noted. The findings appeared in the journal Trends in Cognitive Sciences.last_img read more