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Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney tests negative for coronavirus after exposure, remains in self-quarantine

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 9 hrs ago

Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney tests negative for coronavirus after exposure, remains in self-quarantine

"To covert 19 and is in quarantine even though he tested negative. Hey, what number you, City Hall Bureau chief Pat Lobe reports. This disclosure came at the weekly briefing on the virus where the other news was positive. Philadelphia is still seeing fewer than 100. New cases a day in the rate of positive test results remains below 3% important benchmarks, especially considering the reopening of endure dining, some schools and colleges. But Mayor Kenny says his experience shows you can't get complacent, thankful that Philadelphia's face numbers of drop and that we've been able to ease many The restrictions imposed earlier this year, but the virus is still here. We must remain vigilant Can he declined to give details on how he was exposed. The city also reported progress on one of the related issues, trash and recycling collection. Streets. Commissioner Carlton Williams unveiled a new mapping tool that will allow residents to track collections in real time. It shows you win a truck visited the route, the type of trumpets there And the time Williams says it will go live on the city website October 1st Pat Lope Y W News radio on the first day of the U. N. General Assembly,

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Britain turns over evidence to US in IS 'Beatles' case

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 12 hrs ago

Britain turns over evidence to US in IS 'Beatles' case

"The U. S. surpassed two hundred thousand coronavirus deaths yesterday that's equivalent to a nine eleven attack every day for sixty seven days Dr Anthony Fauci calls the two hundred thousand US death stunning sadly that number is still climbing deaths are running a close to seven hundred and seventy a day on average and a widely cited model from the university of Washington predicts the U. S. toll will double to four hundred thousand by the end of the year at schools and colleges reopen and cold weather sets in a vaccine is unlikely to become widely available until next year the Johns Hopkins numbers are supplied by state but the real toll is thought to be much higher in part because many corona virus deaths were probably ascribed to other causes especially early on before widespread testing I'm Julie Walker

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'Unfathomable': US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 13 hrs ago

'Unfathomable': US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000

"The U. S. surpassed two hundred thousand coronavirus deaths yesterday that's equivalent to a nine eleven attack every day for sixty seven days Dr Anthony Fauci calls the two hundred thousand US death stunning sadly that number is still climbing deaths are running a close to seven hundred and seventy a day on average and a widely cited model from the university of Washington predicts the U. S. toll will double to four hundred thousand by the end of the year at schools and colleges reopen and cold weather sets in a vaccine is unlikely to become widely available until next year the Johns Hopkins numbers are supplied by state but the real toll is thought to be much higher in part because many corona virus deaths were probably ascribed to other causes especially early on before widespread testing I'm Julie Walker

Dr Anthony Fauci Julie Walker University Of Washington
'Unfathomable': US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 13 hrs ago

'Unfathomable': US death toll from coronavirus hits 200,000

"The U. S. surpassed two hundred thousand coronavirus deaths yesterday that's equivalent to a nine eleven attack every day for sixty seven days Dr Anthony Fauci calls the two hundred thousand US death stunning sadly that number is still climbing deaths are running a close to seven hundred and seventy a day on average and a widely cited model from the university of Washington predicts the U. S. toll will double to four hundred thousand by the end of the year at schools and colleges reopen and cold weather sets in a vaccine is unlikely to become widely available until next year the Johns Hopkins numbers are supplied by state but the real toll is thought to be much higher in part because many corona virus deaths were probably ascribed to other causes especially early on before widespread testing I'm Julie Walker

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Sex Positivity Throughout the Lifespan

Therapy for Black Girls

07:49 min | 16 hrs ago

Sex Positivity Throughout the Lifespan

"Thank you so much for joining us today on you. Thank you. I'm excited I'm glad to be here you. So you are affectionately known as the southern sexologists. Yes. That's like my brand name and I love it. It took me a few years to develop in design on it actually based on some of the ideas around the southerner and when that looks like and I'm originally from Brooklyn but my family's from. North Carolina's. So it was also like is this part of my identity and upset I think yes live here long enough. I'm definitely into that and so I started by were actually from a prevention Lynn's in sexuality looked doing work around HIV SEI information education, and then literally I remember the year in two thousand, three half finished my masters and I started working on a project for persons living with HIV and AIDS. To, talk about intimacy and sensuality, and disclosing realizing you just because you have a diagnosis of conditions, HIV or aid does it mean to stop being a sexual being and so like all my worlds collide it because here I was challenging aspects of my prevention side with aspects around holistic approach to sexuality and so fast forward just adopted the name southern sexologist when committed to doing work that was more sex. Positive and embracing sexually Walker Likes Fan So that's a really interesting point that you bring up. Just the idea of even talking about six as a southerner right and you know I think that the discussion around sex and sexuality can be difficult for lots of different people but it definitely feels like there's something about being in the south that makes it even more ZANU. Can you talk a little about that? Absolutely. You know. So my family is originally from eastern North Carolina that's where our family roots I, and so we have been challenged both in my immediate family and then cousins around talking about sex sexuality growing up in a Christian household like literally walked to church when I moved to North Carolina. That's how we've been treated with across the street from my house and while I appreciate some of the values and the. Impact that my church in my religion had on my life. It was also some of the ways our challenge in my own worldview around sex sexuality and I didn't have words for a young age some things that I would hear feel right in Audie in just made me feel sad and I didn't know why until later and so in my family again, we had person's family members cousins who passed away from HIV. And AIDS in the eighties and nineties and no one will talk about it. It was just so taboo and it's Kinda like much. You put two and two together. You realize what was happening and then when you try to talk to somebody about it, they wouldn't want to talk to you about even as professional. So to this day, there's two people who passed away in my family that subset of my family. Will Not talk about the cause of death Yeah. So it it definitely does feel like some of those kind of religious backgrounds intertwined with these conversations that even makes it more difficult to discuss and I think religion is a core element of the south thing. There's a lot historical aspects of life wise that even true within also think about when I say southern Kinda like that idea of Prim proper nece in. What you should be talking like, what are the words that are coming out of your mouth in public? So one of the topics that are appropriate to be talking about whether it's in school or Church, or even in your home in front of other people who aren't your immediate family very good point and that kind of reminds me of something you said earlier just the idea of a more holistic approach. So sex education, and so can you talk a little bit about that right? So the way I look at it and there's a model entitled those circles sexuality it was made most famous by Dennis daily, but he wasn't the originator of this model and some people don't like it but I think it's a good way to start I like to use it when I'm teaching for myself is that you know we are. Sexual beings across different aspects in this model has five areas which include sensuality, intimacy, sexual, and reproductive health sexualization, and than sexual identity and I think as we go through our lives in through development would probably get the most information on sexual health and reproduction, and even that has its limitations you know you might learn about body parts, breath control, and sti prevention, etc. You know kind of confined there but oftentimes. We don't talk about how our sense bring us pleasure. You know like when you taste something really good and I love when people say something better than sex 'cause obviously nightly for them. What something tastes so good brings you so much pleasure or hearing something that can resume and make you feel good. So ultimately, we had to look at sex from those different areas including our sense is another area I don't think. We talk about is intimacy. I often ask my class like how do you think somebody might get catfish like I can't believe that someone would fall for that but we don't really talk about the desire that people have for intimacy in not just physical intimacy like just connection with your friends with your family. The reason why so many people are like glued even social media now because they are not able to. Physically be with folks, but they can connect socially in have intimate conversations even on social media and then sexualization we probably talk about that next after sexual reproductive health because we do want to protect each other especially children from predators, etc always about sexualization to from that negative side of sexual assault sexual abuse. But there are some good sides to like flirting and you know just using power dynamics in your intimate. Partner relationship so I love that Model I. Know there probably are other models out there but I think it helps us look at it from the time we're born until the time we die we're sexual beings in that the whole is of us. Okay. So I, think you cover for the circles. was there a fifth one? All all the fifth one is important to sexual identity because that's that's the one that. Says who am I? How do I show up? How do I wanna be seen or perceived, and how things we can't control is how do people see an perceiver like art expression sexual identity so not to go on so much I think about you asking me about southern route. So when I think about sexual identity so I'm old school and when I was in college, it was like boys to men era in. Baggy Pants I. Literally went into the air quotations, men's department and purchase ties on sales in but in downs and our baseball caps and I remember going home on one of our college breaks and one of my classmates friends was like, why do you always wear those ball cats you better not come home again after being in college we are in a ball cap and asks thinking why don't you like what I have? On was she was really addressing my gender identity imagine expression because for her I was presenting in a masculine way a young lady shouldn't just like that. So she actually came from me during that time and it stuck with me about if we believe in the binary or subscribe to you that it's Kinda like melnace in female nece and how you show up in the world and you get to choose that you get. You get to express yourself the way you want to express

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College Admissions Scandal: Latest Developments

KNX Evening News

00:27 sec | 18 hrs ago

College Admissions Scandal: Latest Developments

"Today from the college admissions bribery scandal, a member of the state auditor's office tells K attacks. The cheating appears to have run much deeper for some schools in the UC system, a California state HEARTED finds the University of California wrongly admitted at least 64 wealthy students over the past six years as favors to donor's family and friends. The audit That UC Berkeley was the worst offender admitting 42 applicants based on their connections to donors and staff. While denying admission to others who were more qualified.

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University of California wrongly admitted 64 wealthy students, some as student-athletes, state audit finds

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 22 hrs ago

University of California wrongly admitted 64 wealthy students, some as student-athletes, state audit finds

"A California state audit found that the University of California wrongly admitted dozens of wealthy students those 64 students. The California state auditor also found that campus staff falsely designated 22 of them as student athlete recruits because of donations from or as favors too well connected families. One campus, the University of California, Berkeley, admitted 42 applicants through its regular admissions process based on connections to staff, leadership and donors. However, those applicants were not as qualified as others who were denied admission. The auto was conducted in response to the national College admission scandal last year. I'm chilly Antler wins these time 8 55

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Monica Royer, founder and CEO, Monica Plus Andy

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:46 min | 23 hrs ago

Monica Royer, founder and CEO, Monica Plus Andy

"Hey Everyone Danielle. Here I'm excited to get into this episode with our guest and curly will be back next week today Monica royer joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is the founder and CEO of Monica Andy An organic baby and children's clothing company. Monica had the idea to launch her company literally from the hospital after she gave birth. Who've with the mission of being the most thoughtful children's brand ever created and as we'll get into entrepreneurship definitely runs in her family Monica. Thank you for joining us today welcomed skin from the couch Danielle. Thank you so much for having me. I'm super excited to be here. Thank you. So I just WanNa say that like literally I think one of the days after I had told our team that I. Was Pregnant I had a call with Monica and I was like only slightly panicked about the fact that I was maybe a first time mom and really had no clue what I was doing and was like everyone keeps telling me I need a lay at and I don't even know what that is and Google that and Monica was like such a calming presence and literally knows this case inside a now. Thank you so much what we're is really excited to welcome people into Motherhood, in new, parenthood. So congratulations to you. Thank you. So let's start with an easy question scam your resume. To actually take back to what you can't see on link to in, which is that I came from a very hardworking family and so at the age of twelve, my mom was the manager, the ultrasound department at Good Samaritan. Hospital in Downers Grove and she's like you're gonNA start volunteering. So she went an air sign me up I was working at the front desk outpatient registration and that at fourteen she was like job permit time. So we went I started stocking the shelves at now very defunct retail store of which I. Can't even remember the name but work ethic with something was really important to my parents and so I spent all the time before I graduated from college with all of my summer jobs in the hospital. So physical therapy like you name it I worked all around the hospital when University of Illinois in Champaign Urbana graduated and I immediately got a job in the pharmaceutical industry. So I spent the first decade doing absolutely nothing related to what I'm currently doing but I worked at both Pfizer and Novartis for that decade which was. Very different from currently in that I launched. Monica. Nandy officially in July of twenty fourteen. So now this is my new baby and what I've been most recently working on what's something that we can't Google about you or look up on Lincoln I originally wanted to be a marine biologist. nine or ten old I would have told you wanted to be a marine biologist terrified of the ocean look at seeing but being in it. So that was sort of a non starter, the marine biology career, but I remained totally obsessed with like orcas. Great White Sharks in my very favorite place to travel as the San Juan islands outside of Seattle, marine, biologist, and pharmaceutical industry. This is all very, very interesting. So we're GONNA get into your family. And the support system that you've built around you. But I when I was talking to you a few weeks ago, you were talking about your mom and how her story had such an impact on you tell us about what it was like growing up in your house. What kind of expectations were there? Yeah. So my mom is an immigrant from India. She moved here from India's her dad was dying of Emphysema and some money home when she was nineteen. Years old as I have always a revered both of my parents Andy I always say that will never win the lottery because we did the first time by the parents that we got. So a massive amount of respect for both of them. But my mom, there was something about the family that she came from her family was very matriarchal in in a society in India that was much the opposite in. So my grandfather had nine children altogether the first. Five of which were girls as in India, like at that time most people wanted boys but my grandfather really cherish having girls in he educated each of them like they were boys and so when my mom came here, she came here on sheer well of the education that she had received and so education was of the utmost importance specifically for my mom mom was the only person in her family to marry outside of her Indian cultures or a dad is. Know his ancestors from European background and so my brother and I were so close growing up because we were so different from everybody else we were between world instead of fitting into any world in particular and so I think that unique experience really shaped the adults that we became.

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Boston - Merrimack College Dorm Quarantined After Students Test Positive For Coronavirus

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

Boston - Merrimack College Dorm Quarantined After Students Test Positive For Coronavirus

"There tested positive for Corona virus. College officials making the decision to quarantine residents of Monica Hall until there's a better understanding of just how many students might be infected here. Students who live in the dorm have been told to stay in their rooms, according to the colleges. Website. 300 Students live in that hall. The campus, though still open class is running on schedule. Massachusetts congresswoman, I gotta Presley visited Fort Hood in Texas over the weekend, part of a congressional Della Great A

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Michigan Offers Free College Education To Essential Workers

All Things Considered

00:14 sec | 1 d ago

Michigan Offers Free College Education To Essential Workers

"Is offering two years of free community college two essential workers who've worked during the pandemic. The definition is loose and more than 600,000 residents could qualify. But what does that do to the makeup of frontline workers as the Corona virus pandemic? Continues

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PlayVS Dominates Headlines

The Esports Minute

01:42 min | 1 d ago

PlayVS Dominates Headlines

"The top news from this past week has come out of play versus the leading operator of Highschool eastwards events in North America has been incredibly busy leading into the school year since I had their vp of central operations on the podcast all of one week ago. and. You could find that show a futile this one by the way play versus has already announced two new initiatives. The first is that play versus is expanding beyond the US for the first time. Many of the top eastwards programs at university are in Canada including UPC definite leader in the space, and now play versus will also expanded Canada this school year players will operate Rec Leagues and Canadian High Schools and colleges in League of legends. Rocket leak and fortnight there won't be a separate division for Canada, schools will play alongside colleges, high schools across the US in. Play verses leaks, and as for what they'll be playing four play versus also announced an increase scholarship prize for twenty twenty. This year play versus will award over six hundred thousand dollars to winner eastwards competitions in high school, and they will also award additional three, hundred, thousand two winners of college events. Part of that money is coming from play versus numerous partnerships with game publishers play versus declined to provide the exact breakdown of where the money came from but it's safe to say it's a combination of papers, his own money and the developer support play versus provides the. League's in the developers games and developers help provide scholarships to the winners. It's a good situation for both sides booth prizes coming from DEB's at least in part prize payoff can fluctuate for night and just fall alone. We'll have over one hundred K. awarded scholarships right games. The is a huge game for play versus the company's partners also has its own college program called U., L. A. Wealth, bright awards, scholarships to they might have still provided someone to play versus. But again, I can see the breakdown

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Washington, DC - Baltimore council considers bills to rename monument named after Christopher Columbus

Rush Limbaugh

00:07 sec | 1 d ago

Washington, DC - Baltimore council considers bills to rename monument named after Christopher Columbus

"Baltimore from the Columbus Monument to the police Violence Victims Monument. In sports College football almost time for Maryland Terrapins football,

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Italy votes to cut number of MPs and senators

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:57 min | 1 d ago

Italy votes to cut number of MPs and senators

"Cara the initiative. First of all to reduce the number of MP's this was a big headline initiative of the five Star Movement. Why was that? Did they have a sincere belief in reducing the the role of government in Italian life or did they just think that you never lose votes by leading up on politicians? Well, the movement five stars as people who do follow Italian politics will know was born essentially as an anti elitist movement from the very onset in fact, it was never. Going to be a party, I told at the very beginnings it's very point was to remove the privilege of the ruling elite and the the the reduce reducing the number of of MP's was seen as part of that historically There is a consideration, the one of the main considerations from the point of view of the movie stars and other parties that have. Box. This referendum is to save on the cost of politics whether the cost is actually relevant enough. The savings are relevant enough to actually make significant difference is to be determined but it's difficult to oppose such measures from the point of view of symbolism writes in the. PD. So the center left Party, the Democrat, party has had to back this referendum eventually partly because we are they are now in a ruling coalition. With the move and five stars and they don't want to be seen at odds with one another because that could put the government risk. But also because nobody wants to be perceived as the party who's protecting the elites ultimately because the cost thing is nonsense isn't it's one billion euros over ten years which in the context of the national budget of a country, the size of Italy is beans it is and that's been remarked a number of times As I said, it's more about the symbolic gesture than anything else in front. One of the a practical consequences that this reduction will have is that a will significantly decrease the amount of representation. So that right now, there is one MP in the Chamber of Deputies. Every. Ninety six, thousand, Italians dutton number will now go up to one each one, hundred, fifty, one, thousand Italians, and think the will be particularly seved at the level of the Senate because the Senate is elected kind of via regional route so that there is different electoral colleges, etc, and set in regions will see the number of their elected representatives go down by or more than half, and that's significant from the point of view of how much. Swayed will have in the chamber. Extremely significant and does appear to be the obvious drawback of this game. Nevertheless, it was very popular among your fellow. Italians with seventy percent voting for why is that? Do you think? Do you think that's an if you think about Europe as a whole? Is that an unusually high number more than usually sick of the people who are running the country? I think one of the reasons why the result was so high as because it was ultimately backed by lot of parties so that the party division line was less dark than it would've been now the situations in which these referendums have been politicized the moving five stars of course voted yes it's electorate voted compactly. Yes. Like almost ninety six percent or something this deal moving five-star electorate voted. For, yes. But the PD also officially backed it and the vast majority of the electorate of the Lega and all the rest of the center right also did. So when you sum up all these different parties that there's less of a political kind of undercurrent to it, other than a win for the moon five stars and a not rocking of the current political establishment because ultimately PD also bacteria. That's the political meaning that you're going to be gleaning out of it. So on the subject of gleaning political meaning from things, these regional elections were held at the same time. What did they tell us? It's very interesting because a lot of people over the last few years have wondered whether Salvini could get back on on his horse. Matteo Salvini. Yeah, no indeed and these regional elections where a very important appointment because it's the first time that Italians do vote after covid right? And there were a number of regions that historically have been left wing regions that were thought. They could go to the center right and that hasn't largely happened the centre-left has held in many of the places where it wanted to hold a apart from a mark wearing fact, the candidate that's now become the governor doesn't come from Salvini Spotty, but from Italy Italia, which is the other far right party but less of a kind of northern secessionist heritage more of the Roman heritage right. What we're seeing across the bode board in these results is that Salvini is losing grip on many things, other challenges from within the center right IRA merging not least Georgia Maloney the leader of Fratelli d'italia. So this other far right party not least. Competition within his own party Ziad. The governor of Benetton very popular in his region because of his management of Cavite has skyrocketed to six to seventy six percent. Results in in the region and so I think we're what we're seeing is that the left wing is holding where it probably didn't even think it would hold this much and that context government despite content not being an elected official of the centre-left has actually given a lot more credibility to the current coalition that I think anybody would have expected doesn't strike you though that this is a a left versus right question on more of a professionals versus populists question because a like a pandemic is about a stern test that any government can face and obviously Italy was one of the first places in Europe to face it on a very large scale. Is it possible that something of this sort has reminded Italian voters that maybe there is something to be said for voting for blandly competent and relatively calm people who are actually capable of doing stuff i. think that's exactly the point partly because the populist narrative, very much centers around narratives around you know migration and other issues that don't really relate necessarily to what many Italians rating about right now, which is administration economic recovery, which is returning to schools on you know relatively less appealing because they are much more ordinary budget still, very, very important concerns and interestingly you mentioned you know that the rise of the. Leader? Many, of the regional leaders. The. Regional governors are now coming onto the national stage and where in the past I think we used to see a lot more mess come into national politics right now we're seeing a lot more of these figures that used to be very much in the background because not many people focused on regional governors. Suddenly they were putting a spotlight because of covid this new whole generation of politicians coming to the full, and we will have to see in the next few years. How many of them will make the jump to national politics?

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Marketing To Gen Z

Accelerate Your Business Growth

04:25 min | 2 d ago

Marketing To Gen Z

"Takes for joining me today Sarah. Much for having me Dan. I am thrilled and we are going to be talking today about marketing degen's E.. So just so critically important. So I would really love to start with asking you to. Explain how Jansy e customers are different than a millennial customers. Will first of all the Gen Z. and not many people know this but they are the largest living generation today. So fifty one percent of the world population is under twenty five today and it is a whole new world out there. They are changing the game for just about every industry out there and I mean who if the stereotype is true man that's a lot of brunch. But so they're different than millennials for few key reasons, and basically it's for a few reasons about why they. Different different things that happened while they were growing up. And the different environmental factors, different parenting styles, that kind of thing. So the first key reason why they're different whether or not the same that there was a huge shift in parenting styles. So we went from terms like helicopter parenting, Tiger parent to a new kind of parenting style with the other twenty, five, hundred, twenty, six, crowd called tech parenting, and with instead of doing things for their kids parents were. A little more hands off they were teaching their kids, how to find things for themselves online using technology, and they basically have re as a result they've raised a generation who's a little bit more independent than millennials, but also what they did almost inadvertently that they scared. The. Crap out of them about. Anything. That could go wrong online everything from online predators to identity theft and everything in between, and so you've also got this generation WHO's more risk averse millennials? So. In addition to that, they were raised unlike millennials who are raised in a boom economy. This generation was raised in a time of war and recession they were born after these. These are post nine eleven babies. They were born at a very different time and they have seen parents. Lose jobs, take pay cuts, clip coupons budget in a way that millennials never did while they were growing up. And so are actually far more fiscally conservative. I will say I I. Say that term and people go oh so they're cheap they're gonNA love coupons. That's not totally true. The actually just want more value for their money and they're very concerned about the value for their money. They're not a I wouldn't call them cheap this as a whole generation, but I would say they're more concerned with okay. What am I going to get for my money they're not? As concerned with coupons and sales and promotions as past generations. They actually are much more interested in social engagement then coupons or sales, which is the first generation to really be to really take that on. Their hungry because they were raised in a recession because of all the being fiscally conservative all of that. They are hungry for work They're not you know. Coming out of school in going on at, take off a year and go explore Europe or. Nobody's doing that right now. But really like for the past few years this generation as they're entering the workforce, they're just ready to get to work. They're hungry for work their side. GIG savvy they have like multiple jobs they've probably they're very entrepeneurship and fact sixty, one percent coming out of high school say that they don't want to work for somebody else they want to start their own businesses. So it's a huge. Shift in just a very it's a much more entrepreneurial mindset and they're not waiting till the get out of college either to start their businesses are just starting them in high school in college like they're just doing it on the side because the technology is so readily available.

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Chasing My Cure with Dr. David Fajgenbaum

Good Life Project

04:39 min | 2 d ago

Chasing My Cure with Dr. David Fajgenbaum

"I've heard you describe your life as two half times in five overtimes. Interesting you know because it sports reference comes easy you. Grown up as a kid in around. Raleigh North Carolina, it sounded like your life you pretty much live. It was like football as your religion almost. That's right. Tell me I. Mean What? What was it about that? Because a there seems to be interestingly some foreshadowing in terms of conviction and devotion and work ethic that showed up there and relentlessness. That has transferred later to July but some curious what were your aspirations back then early on I had this dream of of one day playing college football and I don't know if it was because I was so close to the NC state football team. My Dad was the team doctor for NC state and so I'm I spent so much time there and kind of just idolizing. The players and I love the sport I loved the athletic. I also always really really liked the strategy part of football. There's a as you know there's so much more going on between snaps during snaps than you necessarily can see, and so I just I loved the game and I think is an and now I look back many years later I think that. It also is probably just a reflection of my personality that I locked onto something and yes, there are things about football that I love. But but it was also the thing that I was locked on doing in the goal that I had set and so I just put everything I had into it yet. So your doctor was the teen by for my Dad yes that's your dad. Yes. What did he share any of the experiences because I know it's interesting because you know football has had an interesting reputation and a spotlight over lives really decade from. A medical standpoint I'm curious whether as you were coming up and playing at higher and higher levels, your dad being the doctor who was working a lot of football athletes whether you guys have ever had conversations about that will also my dad actually included me with him for like everything I mean I was on the sidelines with him for Football Games and I was in the locker room with him before games at halftime and after games, and so I I was very much with him throughout and but I have to say that this is like the. Nineties thousands when when we really just didn't know what we know now I mean, we thought concussions were a temporary thing. You just kind of worked through over a few days. We had no sense for for the long term impact them and says, I look back on anatomy that I mean it was almost like we we were playing this sport and we didn't know the risks and. You had aspirations beyond I. Mean Highschool was one became but also it sounds like you had aspirations for sure college. was there an inkling in your mind that said I want this to be my career or was it just Did it never sorta like get to that level? You know I the goal that I had was to play college football that was growing up that was that Was the goal it wasn't to play professionally it wasn't even certain things to do in college. It was just I want to play college football, and as you know that that kind of singular focus than change once I. got there. But really for me, it was played college football. Yeah I mean I'm really curious about what you said also that you kind of obsessed with not just the. Physical aspects of the game but the strategic aspects of it you ended up playing qb playing quarterback, and so it's almost like you're there's a huge leadership aspect to it. There's a lot of complexity and there's a requirement in that position to process vast amounts of information and a lot of complexity that's changing in real time and also not just think about it but make decisions and take action. It's something that I loved about the game was the exactly all those things integrating so much information acting on it and and something I enjoy. But I don't think I've realized just how important those sort of skills would become as I've moved on in dealt with other challenges in life so you end up actually In Georgetown Lane Football, what we actually studying there. So I planned to go when I chose to go to Georgetown one of the main reasons that I wanted to go there because they had a really strong pre med program and I wanted to do a health sciences major because I was really interested in sports medicine it was okay. This is kind of a way to to Meld my interest in medicine with interest in sports and so I was from the very beginning interested in going into medicine. But as you know everything really changed once I got there in. My interest in sports medicine really really shifted. So

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ON The Frontlines Of The Youth Climate Strikes

PODSHIP EARTH

05:53 min | 3 d ago

ON The Frontlines Of The Youth Climate Strikes

"This week we go to the frontlines of the youth climate strike movement. There are hundreds of protests going on all around the world today as young people, school children from Australia to Iceland come together to protest about what they're calling the crisis of their lifetime climate change. Of course, what they see is politicians inability or unwillingness to do anything about it to the global protests that is underway right now, students and workers all around the world of flooding the streets demanding action on climate change, Maggie, Rulli that a demonstration in London with the latest Michael with thousands of protesters, right underneath parliament, and what's so striking besides just the sheer size of protesters here are. The age of people who are demonstrating almost all of them are students that's hiding just nine years old. We spoke to a group of seventeen year olds who said they're here today to fight for their future. Now, the goal of this strike, really all these strikes around the world it's a send a clear message to world leaders ahead of the UN climate summit happening this week in New York climate change protests happening right now in lower Manhattan this is video from chopper four showing the massive crowd marching from Foley Square the courthouses down to the battery among the people flooding city streets were students who were allowed to skip class today to join this 'cause. I told with Jerome Foster. who had seven sounded watching documentaries about our planet go activated and started climate blogging creating virtual reality platforms social justice. He's now eighteen has been climate striking for eighty one weeks in front of the white. House. He founded one million of us to get youth to vote this November Jerome is one of eleven million people from over one hundred and forty countries the climate striking and skipping school to tell us we need to act now. I stopped by asking Jerome where he is now. I'm visiting New York City I just moved here for college, but I was born and raised in Washington DC. I'm going to college at Peace University and Columbia Columbia basically majoring in computer science specializing artificial intelligence. are distance-learning others are like mixed waken coming class in? Their dorm near the off his classes, some of them, most of my classes right now are digital. Have One. Now. So tell me about growing up in DC and kind of what led you to get into the place where you founded the organization one, million US. So where I grew up in Washington DC right around like places. And forests and those like a huge place for me to explore my neighborhood. So I kinda grew up getting in touch with nature and after years of like understanding what nature wasn't had really appreciate it. I started watching documented by astrophysics and learning about like what are world's about like what a black holes water were imposed all these cool late science things, and after that, I started watching documentaries about my own planet and how our planet fit into. Astrophysics. into the rest of the world that every time they talk about something else beautiful it's like but humans are burning it down and but. Are Continuing to extract coal and an oil and natural gas to power earth than is going to continue to see species go extinct and like that was kind of a wake up call for me understanding that our earth is actually has like trouble going on but still being like six or seven years old was like. This isn't that big of an issue. Adults are GonNa fix this adults definitely going to step up and take action but Learning later on like it didn't happen. That's that's not the story as the navy faded it. kind of grew into another understanding that like if the corruption is the unwillingness to have moral clarity won't stand up to corporations and that they don't have the political leadership to acting say, we need to hold you accountable and like as older I was like, how can I get into? Really. Getting their attention actually taking action when my friends kind of toby lunch table they're like, Hey, you should start into pitch. Okay. Cool. So like for sixth seventh and Eighth Grade I posted every single day. and. Like facts and got to like and I was like I got to convince that climate change because back then like global warming is a hoax and everyone believed that that was the big struggle and like today it's not that same conversation. It's about how do we take action but back then it was all about is it real? And I did that for six eighth grade in ninth grade I trying to transition. To. More technology and building I reality environments. So I mean when you say like it's ten years, it has been view like if he started when you seven that. Yeah. I started virtuality company called Vr, and basically it was the idea that like we can use virtuality. Gaming Place, but actually civic engagement accident building empathy only a few people will be able to see it because it's so expensive to create and it's so hard. Tribute it out. So I, kind of transition into. into journalism and it was because I started watching my documentaries again. It was Leonardo DiCaprio's before the flood and like in the last five minutes he said we need commentators then covered as if it's a lot we need young people we need people to come out here and start talking about time change in a new way. So I was like I can do that. There's like I'm I'm I'm with around blood so like two hours. Later I I email my English teacher in accurate a blog called the climb reporter and one hundred, sixty, five articles like eight months and determine about climate change from east perspective sounds like we need young people in this movement because our future is directly at stake people will say their children's children but we're the Stojan. At this point we waited fifty years to take action. Our Future. Now,

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The Vicious Cycle

Big Book Podcast

06:11 min | 5 d ago

The Vicious Cycle

"How it finally broke southerners obstinacy and destined the salesman to start a at Philadelphia. January eighth nineteen, thirty, eight. That was my day. The place. Washington DC. This last real merry go round had started the day before Christmas and I had really accomplished a lot in those fourteen days. I my new wife had walked out baggage and furniture. Then the apartment landlord had thrown me out of the empty apartment and the finish was the loss of another job. After a couple of days, dollar hotels and one night in the Pokey I. Finally landed on my mother's doorstep shaking apart with several days beard and of course, broke as usual. Many of these same things had happened to me many times before. But this time they had all descended together for me this was it here I was thirty nine years old and a complete washout nothing had worked. Mother would take me in only if I would say locked in a small store room and give her my clothes and shoes, we had played this game before. This is the way Jackie found me lying on a cot in my skivvies with hot and cold sweats pounding heart and that awful itchy scratchiness all over. Somehow, I had always managed to avoid DT's. I had not asked for help and seriously doubt that I would have but fits an old school friend of mine had persuaded. Jackie to call on me. Had, he come two or three days later I think I would have thrown him out but he hit when I was open for anything. Jackie arrived about seven in the evening and talked until three. A M. I don't remember much of what he said but I did realize that here was another guy exactly like me he had been in the same laughing academies in the same jails known the same loss of jobs, same frustration, same boredom, and the same loneliness. If anything he had known all of them even better and more often than I. Yet, he was happy relaxed, competent and laughing. That night for the first time in my life I really let down my hair and admitted my general loneliness. Jackie told me about a group of fellows in New York of who my old friend fits was one who had the same problem I had and who by working together to help each other where not now drinking and we're happy like himself. He said something about God or a higher power. But I brushed that off that was for the birds not for me little more of our talk stayed in my memory but I do know I. Slept the rest of that night while before I had never known what a real night's sleep was. This is my introduction to this understanding fellowship although is to be more than a year later before our society was to bear the name alcoholics anonymous. All of us in Ainhoa the tremendous happiness that is sobriety, but there are also tragedies. My sponsor Jackie was one of these. He brought in many of our original members yet. He himself could not make it and died about Gaullism. The lesson of his death still remains with me yet I often wonder what would have happened if somebody else had made that I call on me. So I always say that as long as I remember January eighth that is how long I will remain sober. The Age old question in a is which came first the neurosis or the alcoholism. I like to think I was fairly normal before alcohol took over. My early life was spent in Baltimore where my father was a physician and a grain merchant, my family lived in very prosper circumstances, and while both my parents drank sometimes too much neither was an alcoholic. Father was very well integrated person and while mother was high strung and a bit selfish and demanding our home life was reasonably harmonious. There were four of US children and although both of my brothers later became alcoholic one died of alcoholism. My sister has never taken a drink in her life. Until I was thirteen I attended public schools with regular promotions and average grades. I have never shown any particular talents nor have I had any real frustrating ambitions? At Thirteen, I was packed off to a very fine Protestant boarding school in Virginia where I stayed for years graduating without any special achievements in sports I made the track and tennis teams I got along well with the other boys and had a fairly large circle of acquaintances but no intimate friends. I. Was Never Homesick and was always pretty self-sufficient. However here I probably took my first step towards my coming alcoholism by developing a terrific version to all churches and established religions at this school. We had Bible readings before each meal and Church Services, four times on Sunday, and I became so rebellious at this that I swore I would never join or go to any church except for weddings or funerals. At Seventeen, I entered the university really to satisfy my father who wanted me to study medicine there as he had. That is where I had my first drink and I still remember it for every I drink afterwards did exactly the same trick. I could feel it go right through every bit of my body and down to my very toes. But. Each drink after the first seemed to become less effective and after three or four, they all seemed like water. I was never a hilarious drunk the more I drank the quieter I got and the drunk I got the harder I fought to stay sober. So it is clear that I never had any fun out of drinking. I would be the sober seeming one in the crowd and all of a sudden. Drunk Est.. Even that first night I blacked out, which leads me to believe that I was an alcoholic from my very first drink. The first year in college I just got by with my studies and that year I majored in Poker and drinking I refuse to join any fraternity as I wanted to be a freelance and that year my drinking was confined to one night stands once or twice a week.

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The Vicious Cycle

Big Book Podcast

06:11 min | 5 d ago

The Vicious Cycle

"How it finally broke southerners obstinacy and destined the salesman to start a at Philadelphia. January eighth nineteen, thirty, eight. That was my day. The place. Washington DC. This last real merry go round had started the day before Christmas and I had really accomplished a lot in those fourteen days. I my new wife had walked out baggage and furniture. Then the apartment landlord had thrown me out of the empty apartment and the finish was the loss of another job. After a couple of days, dollar hotels and one night in the Pokey I. Finally landed on my mother's doorstep shaking apart with several days beard and of course, broke as usual. Many of these same things had happened to me many times before. But this time they had all descended together for me this was it here I was thirty nine years old and a complete washout nothing had worked. Mother would take me in only if I would say locked in a small store room and give her my clothes and shoes, we had played this game before. This is the way Jackie found me lying on a cot in my skivvies with hot and cold sweats pounding heart and that awful itchy scratchiness all over. Somehow, I had always managed to avoid DT's. I had not asked for help and seriously doubt that I would have but fits an old school friend of mine had persuaded. Jackie to call on me. Had, he come two or three days later I think I would have thrown him out but he hit when I was open for anything. Jackie arrived about seven in the evening and talked until three. A M. I don't remember much of what he said but I did realize that here was another guy exactly like me he had been in the same laughing academies in the same jails known the same loss of jobs, same frustration, same boredom, and the same loneliness. If anything he had known all of them even better and more often than I. Yet, he was happy relaxed, competent and laughing. That night for the first time in my life I really let down my hair and admitted my general loneliness. Jackie told me about a group of fellows in New York of who my old friend fits was one who had the same problem I had and who by working together to help each other where not now drinking and we're happy like himself. He said something about God or a higher power. But I brushed that off that was for the birds not for me little more of our talk stayed in my memory but I do know I. Slept the rest of that night while before I had never known what a real night's sleep was. This is my introduction to this understanding fellowship although is to be more than a year later before our society was to bear the name alcoholics anonymous. All of us in Ainhoa the tremendous happiness that is sobriety, but there are also tragedies. My sponsor Jackie was one of these. He brought in many of our original members yet. He himself could not make it and died about Gaullism. The lesson of his death still remains with me yet I often wonder what would have happened if somebody else had made that I call on me. So I always say that as long as I remember January eighth that is how long I will remain sober. The Age old question in a is which came first the neurosis or the alcoholism. I like to think I was fairly normal before alcohol took over. My early life was spent in Baltimore where my father was a physician and a grain merchant, my family lived in very prosper circumstances, and while both my parents drank sometimes too much neither was an alcoholic. Father was very well integrated person and while mother was high strung and a bit selfish and demanding our home life was reasonably harmonious. There were four of US children and although both of my brothers later became alcoholic one died of alcoholism. My sister has never taken a drink in her life. Until I was thirteen I attended public schools with regular promotions and average grades. I have never shown any particular talents nor have I had any real frustrating ambitions? At Thirteen, I was packed off to a very fine Protestant boarding school in Virginia where I stayed for years graduating without any special achievements in sports I made the track and tennis teams I got along well with the other boys and had a fairly large circle of acquaintances but no intimate friends. I. Was Never Homesick and was always pretty self-sufficient. However here I probably took my first step towards my coming alcoholism by developing a terrific version to all churches and established religions at this school. We had Bible readings before each meal and Church Services, four times on Sunday, and I became so rebellious at this that I swore I would never join or go to any church except for weddings or funerals. At Seventeen, I entered the university really to satisfy my father who wanted me to study medicine there as he had. That is where I had my first drink and I still remember it for every I drink afterwards did exactly the same trick. I could feel it go right through every bit of my body and down to my very toes. But. Each drink after the first seemed to become less effective and after three or four, they all seemed like water. I was never a hilarious drunk the more I drank the quieter I got and the drunk I got the harder I fought to stay sober. So it is clear that I never had any fun out of drinking. I would be the sober seeming one in the crowd and all of a sudden. Drunk Est.. Even that first night I blacked out, which leads me to believe that I was an alcoholic from my very first drink. The first year in college I just got by with my studies and that year I majored in Poker and drinking I refuse to join any fraternity as I wanted to be a freelance and that year my drinking was confined to one night stands once or twice a week.

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"american college" Discussed on Switch4Good

Switch4Good

01:31 min | Last month

"american college" Discussed on Switch4Good

"Hello out there everyone. We are so so pumped to welcome you to the switch for good podcast. I. Am Olympic Silver Medalist switched for good nonprofit founder Dot C. Bausch. And I am Alexandra Paul Certified Health Coach and a long-time actress years ago. My life was radically transformed when I made the switch for good away from eating animals and animal based products. My athletic performance was greatly enhanced much to my surprise actually by the power plant based eating dropping all animal products from my life has finally aligns my values with my diet. and. Now I feel more balanced and more at peace with food and with my body. Alexandra and I started this podcast with you in mind. We are here to take you on a transformative journey to learn the power of eating plants and help you redevelop a healthy relationship with food and a more whole relationship with yourself. Each week we bring you doctors, Dietitians, psychologists, prominent athletes, and other interesting guests who have deep rich information and inspiration to share. We welcome you every week. Join US on the journey to switch. Good. This is the future. Welcome, welcome everybody to the switch for good podcast. Here we are again. Dot, C. Bausch and I'm here.

"american college" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:01 min | 3 months ago

"american college" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And the American college of radiology this is a previously reported program what you're about to hear is the fusion of entertainment and we hello America and welcome to the program what a great show for you today I am so excited we have the wheel of termination that is coming and we're gonna spend a little later on we're gonna find out who needs to be terminated who needs to be shot who needs to be driven out because they're a which without any without any trial or anything else well I mean we might put him on a stick in the dot com under water to see if the flow and if they do we know we have to kill them but the cancer culture is just it's really just starting to get great black police officers have been fired without investigation for using non lethal tasers during a protest nurses been fired for calling looters on Facebook had we got her out of there Catholic high school teacher fired for denouncing the narrative southern Baptist is been fired after getting dragged online for citing the Bible man fired for posting video of citizens protecting the business's actors been fired for tweets that existed when he was hired an elementary school teacher forced to resign for writing about protests on Facebook another Catholic high school teacher is required for post about race and the palm at the TV editor has been forced out for a photo they just found him in twenty thirteen dressed as a Porter Ricans stereo type hello man well we got those done yesterday who can we terminate today and we need to look to our leaders because they know everything about dressing up as a stereo type appropriating culture we go to Nancy Pelosi and the kneeling yesterday one minute this is the Glenn Beck if you experience pain on a daily basis I know exactly how you feel it can be debilitating it can control your life the aches are easy to understand when it really hurts to do the basic chores emotionally the effects of pain can be just as dramatic I have spoken to so many people in this audience that it started to take relief factor the change emotionally is as dramatic as the physical relief maybe even more as you might know Tonya and I started taking relief after several months ago after about ten days subtle changes started to become significant and I've been able to stop taking all prescription pain medications all pain medications entirely and stop the terrible side effects of those awful drugs.

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"american college" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"american college" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"You need money any and you're known as an honest person who is not a thief you can call up somebody who has more money and say listen. I've gotTA deal over here to buy this farm and I need money. Will you please lend me money and that person will say yes and you don't have to go through all of the the systems teams that are necessarily built for P. to try to figure out who's honest and who's not honest if you've cultivated these personal virtues and characters than they have a multiplying effect throughout your life and so now you can say somebody I need money. I can't tell you what it's four and they'll say I trust you your word. What is your bond? You're a man who stands good. You're not a thief. You're a man who pay back and that person will give you money tap into me been there done that it happens the same thing with employment <hes> when I was in college I when I came back from Central American College I dropped opt out of school and I didn't have a job picked up the phone. I started calling former bosses of mine the first boss I called I said Hey I need a work. We hire me. He said yes and gave me a job and to this day I believe that at every single job I've ever had in my life save one that ended badly only at every single job save one. I could call any of my former bosses and get a job today. Well that's not. I don't say that to my own horn just to say that that's an that's something I can prove that if you're hardworking if you're honest if you're a man of character and and virtue then you can develop develop these strings of of of of benefits and privileges behind you that that start to insulate you now extrapolate that out over years wealth should be the natural result so I expect throughout my lifetime to become increasingly racing Lee wealthy financially wealthy wealth into in relationships wealthy and experiences wealth in time etc.. I expect that to continue throughout my entire lifetime now. It's possible that a different plan might be ordained for me. It's possible that that that everything will be taken from me. <hes> that's happened to many wealthy. Virtuous people were everything has been stolen from them. Okay that happens happens. I'm not gonNA worry about it. It's possible that I could be called upon to give everything away. That's happened to many people that I've respected respected who become very wealthy and the Lord has told them. Give it all away fine that I'm I'm okay with that but for those reasons I see that if you develop virtue if you develop character and if you develop those those qualities that lead to successful relationships etc then there shouldn't be any reason barring some of those extenuating circumstances that we can't control there shouldn't be any reason not to become increasingly wealthy throughout out your lifetime and then if you cultivate the next generation of your children of communities etc and you consistently invest in your children you invest in your community you invest in your friends. The now there are many more opportunities and so it's not it doesn't have to be an either or <hes>. It doesn't have to be <hes> one or the other in moderation..

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"american college" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"american college" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Investor coaching show. A friend of mine, and he's a teacher at the American college. When you get financial planning designations a lot of the education behind these designations. You know, the ones that I always recommend charter financial consultant and certified financial planner the bulk of the education is done at the American college. And he's just been a dear friend of mine for years. Tony bouquets his name. He sent me something I wanna share it with you. Because this is really neat. And a great way to to end this hour says the story behind the Christmas tree. Who does not love the site of a Christmas tree, but have you ever considered? What it truly means knowing my love of history men, and my friends from a wide array of religious and ethnic backgrounds. Have asked me questions about the various symbols of the holidays Christmas tree. Assemble based on moral foundations is tied deeply in my search for wisdom, a topic which I've done much research like to share some of my findings and thoughts with you. The first Christmas celebrations were in the twelfth century. Germany a for tree was used in mystery plays as the so called paradox tree these dramas were held outside during the advent and Christmas seasons and the fir-trees symbolize the tree of life in the garden of Eden. The evergreen for tree was viewed as a sign of hope throughout the winter season. Hope in the promise that the rest of nature to would.

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"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"So they've managed to interview a bunch of people that I've never heard from or four before his middle school coaches, high school coaches, his brother has a book out. So he's giving an extent interview here. The whole thing is kind of heartbreaking. I'm normally not into these true crime podcast things. I know a lot of people are so this one got you, though, if you're into that you'll probably enjoy this. Yes. And if you're not into that, you should still give shot because I'm very well done. And it's the thing that made the Aaron Hernandez story like it was the biggest story in sports in our lifetime in terms of severity easily. And it just kept getting worse and worse as it unfolded. Like, I we found out about what's his name Lloyd owed moly, Odin, Lloyd. Yeah. God damn, dude. That's crazy that Aaron Hernandez straight up like executed this guy you hear from Lloyd's mother in the Ellen. Oh shit. Yeah. Well, then it turned out like I mean, he's he's arrested. He's released and they're going to go through all this in the show and much greater level of detail than I ever could. But that's when we found out he killed other people got indicted for the two thousand twelve double homicide while he was on trial for Loyd's murder in this whole thing. If you're not aware of how it ends. Spoiler alert fucking kills himself in prison. So the whole thing is is a sad. But there's all this different these elements to like his sexuality his childhood. That started to come out after he killed him some right? And and and then the other thing that this piece has I've never heard anything about is the Boston Globe got ours of audio tapes of his conversations with people in prison. No way. And so their plant, you can hear this guy talked to his mom about how how you know creepy. How? How the feds knocked down there fucking door when he was eleven years old right and his brothers walking back from from basketball practice, and there's there's the F B is this front door. So. The whole thing is they're interesting and a big shouts to Dan Wetzel who who's written in their compelling fashion about this guy for a long time forty one million dollar contract extension running through what would have been this year and a twelve point five million dollars signing bonus that at the time was the largest ever given NFL tight end in the man's life ended I believe hanging in a prison cell. Yeah. Crazy, pretty wild stuff. So go to Mike podcast pick of the wheel called gladiator, Aaron Hernandez and football Inc. I'm sure if you search gladiator you'll see his face. It's it's willed on. Appreciate it. Dude. I totally forgot this had come out. So I'm I'm now benefiting from the first ever version of Micheals podcast pick of the week. Thank you. You know, I mean. The whole thing about the what I'm also excited. It's just put ball link. So I think they're going to examine the people that covered for this guy along the way where they're likely and this guy's like a mass murder. The thing that I always enjoy are found most crazy about it. When would write about it in and talk about how this guy had killed Odin Lloyd and then played an entire season with the patriots. Like he showed up like knowing that he had shot other people like he is. A movie like, of course, he was paranoid killed somebody. And but he's just showing up to film study with Bill Belichick on Monday morning. It's it's some wild shit. So check it out yet. There's also like levels of mental duress that Hernandez was going through that we weren't aware of like a one of the paragraphs. I read about this podcast that you're that you're plugging here is was was about his mental state and what potentially being closeted gay man had done to him. What potentially drug use had done to him. It just it. This is everybody that watch..

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"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"And freeze all motor functions, and touching base and club, cool, and such the mailbag the mailbag, then you go to Micheals podcast pick the week grand X gaming, Mike. Takeaway Sunday scares Sunday scares will we have a lot of we always forget that. We do. We have a lot of shows at grand next, and you should listen to the mall that goes without saying. But if you finish them, all here's Mike is podcast of the week. This one is called gladiator, Aaron Hernandez and football Inc. On site to get into this. 'cause I saw I saw an ad for it. But I still have not listened. It's from the Boston Globe. And one dri, admittedly. I. I'm only halfway through episode two of six. So I've got a long way to go early learned some things. This for those who are not football fans, and perhaps have been living under a rock. Aaron Hernandez was a football player and a tight end for the New England Patriots. He won't a Super Bowl too. I don't know on actually one one, but he played in one. He the the patriots. Of course, I think everybody in for not a football fan knows who the New England Patriots are the most dominant football team franchise. The last fifteen years maybe ever any team in a fifteen year stretch. Anyway, Aaron Hernandez was an excellent player made one Super Bowl appearance in XL V. I caught a touchdown. Was an excellent football player. He played at the university of Florida with Tim Tiba. We haven't gotten to that part of the story which I'm excited about. Like you haven't gotten to it on the podcast. Yes. In into the buck. Okay. He was found guilty of murdering at least one person and in suspected in the murders of several others. He killed people. Yeah. He probably killed people. I mean, he was convicted of technically now, we'll we'll never know about the other ones. But that's right. At least in this one person. I think I think that's why this came out. Now are my I don't know he committed suicide while in prison serving a life sentence or a long since April nineteenth twenty seventeen. Okay. So year and a half ago. It's a crazy story. And I read a lot about it from a reporter. He's not really reporter. It's a guy named. Wetzel. What Dan Wetzel used to write for Yahoo? I don't think he's yahu anymore. He's probably the flooding because everybody who writes about sports is there. I went classified as sports writer. I went classify him as like. Of columnists or again, he's never written a game story. He writes about things about sports. He wrote a lot about Sandusky. He read a lot about the outside. The lines wrote a lot about the the US gymnastics team trial. Larry Nassar stuff. Okay. Okay. And he I've heard he's somebody really enjoy. He's a great writer, and he's very interesting to listen to hurt him on several podcasts and on radio shows. And and all that all that stuff. And he always talks about how heartbreaking the Hernandez thing was because he had children and Hernandez head. He came from a two parent. Household. He was from Bristol, Connecticut. Not a place known for a lot of gang. Banging, right. Sort of thing and how his life turned into this. This thing where he became the sort of murderous monster who was on drugs and doing and live in a totally separate life had a forty one million dollar contract. But yet on the side was like a weekend gang banger. Right. It. Was crazy and listening to him talk about it and reading his accounts of him blowing kisses to his daughter Hernandez from behind you know, behind bars. All this stuff is really heartbreaking. So it was always interested in it. I've learned more in episode and a half of gladiator. On from the bus laundry than I knew reading a bunch of pieces about this. Okay. About his childhood about he did have two parents. But his father was absolutely like abusive perhaps in hall hallock. His mother got wrapped up had the they had their whole their home door knock down by the feds because she was caught up running a gambling ring out of their home. This. This is a much more layered story, and they've promised a lot of stuff about his sexuality. And and we'll see what all where that leads. His brother is is..

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"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Breakfast. I swear to God, they brought me like doughnuts and collages in chocolate milk. Like I had to turn turn down like the next cop. Tried to bring me cereal or something. And I was like, dude, I'm full. They transferred me to Harris County, which is big boy jail in Houston. It's the jail that you go to Houston. If you're arrested the county jail and to go from rich people jail to Harris County jail is like going from what's the most expensive hotel in the world. Like, I'm just trying to think of the Ritz Carlton. Sure to the Holiday Inn express, it's shit by compared I mean, it's a totally different world. So you don't realize this. But it gets talked about all the time. Rich people live in operate under a completely different system than you have your poor person. They go to a different jail they deal with different judges. They deal with different courthouses rich people don't get fucked. Like, you do they don't. That's part of getting rich. You get to do things you get away with more. That's that's part of the the advantage of being a rich person. But in just in case, you were unaware that also applies to the legal system in the jails themselves. They've very nice by comparison. It's just interesting to me. It's crazy. Anyway, Tim Allen still a rat bastard next call they Ross Micheals Taylor from DC area just eating breakfast. Here wanted to know how you guys like your ex coats. That's that's really it. So you know, I like I like these simple questions on occasion mica. How do you like your eggs cooked in the morning? We're at night or in the afternoon, we were just talking about this other podcast this week where you really we were where scramble I'm a scramble. Boy, I'm also scramble. I do not like fried eggs. I do not care for the running joke. I know people love that. That's their favorite thing. I don't like I don't like hard boiled eggs. I like scrambles. That's I don't really I don't care for a poached egg really like a scrambled egg. Okay. You like Migas I'm gonna soom. Sure. I like as I discuss the other day, I like a scrambled egg. I cook it fast, but not too fast with some chopped ice cold chop butter in which helps do something. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So that that's my started. I'll just I'll let me just walk you through it. Because we I said the exact same thing earlier in the week. I like spray nonstick pan with with cooking spray. Generally. I have coconut oil in the house. I scrambled to eggs or three eggs whatever in a Cup. Poor said eggs into that Skillet. That's been saying on medium high heat for about three minutes as soon as the X get the pan. I let them sit for say ten seconds. Then I removed the heat to two medium, and I stir the eggs around getting them off the bottom. Okay. Then I just basically let them sit for another ten seconds. And I take it flip it. And then I add some what CHA some chopped butter to it, which I saw a video on the internet. I think from business in sliders insider from guy who owns a restaurant called eggs, let I'm says this is how he makes his ex I've started doing it. Chuck. Up some butter you add that into their allegedly Mosa FAI getting navy veteran, some salt you add some pepper you put it on a plate..

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"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"AG use the code Ross next. Call on Detroit to be Tim Allen bit that rat wanna use some inside knowledge from over here in Michigan. You mentioned that you kinda got off pretty easy. W die in Birmingham. That is an extremely affluent area. The most in Michigan. So over there. You know, you do anything you just kinda get a slap on the wrist. And like go sell something for announcement. Okay. He said it was for announced men's we're not doing it in there because I have some stuff I want to talk about here. Tim Allen inside. I appreciate though, we talked about Tim Allen being a rat bastard on episode one of two early this week love the insight from Michigan insider turns out where he got his DUI DWI or whatever later on. I was questioning why he wasn't more thoroughly punished considering that he served prison time for cocaine. What distribution back in the seventies and read it on a bunch of people? Well, this is why he was in a rich people area with rich people police in rich, people cops and rich people jail enrich rich people courthouses and rich people judges at totally different deal, the normal people don't even know about I'm going to share my experience with you. Regarding ridge people jail. Now, the first time I was ever ever ever arrested was in what was it high school was high school, and I was at a party with a bunch of people had gone to middle school with and I believe piney point village in Huston very wealthy area. Part of the memorial area back in Houston in like river, oaks, and Morial and piney point. There's in Bunker Hill, they turn all these rich people areas into their own individual cities. So that they can have their own individual mayors, courthouses and jails and all that shit because rich people don't wanna deal with Harris County, essentially when I got arrested. I was at a party, I had eight the wheat. I think in my pocket might have been more. I can't remember. But I was selling it. I had a scale. I was sound grams. Just so I could smoke for free and I had a six or a beer on me. And I was walking back to my car, which I'd parked in a church parking lot like a block away from this house party massive mansion, and I'm leaving to go get in the car and drive away. Drive back home total piece of ship. More on high school or at this point and somebody lights on car does an unmarked car. It's not a cop car, and I was like what the fuck Cobb gets out of the car and he's like stop. So I try to bounce. I like throw the six pack of beer, whatever. This got a couple beers missing already. And I try to run for it. And he's like what the fuck you doing? He basically just grabbed me, and I was like, I'm so busted, it was actually a secret service car, which is funny. It's George W Bush's brother. I think lived in this neighborhood. And so they had secret service cars readily available for wind George was. I think he was president at the time was in the area. And this was when they were being unused that the piney point PD or Bunker Hill, whichever one it was again can't really remember. Would use these unmarked vehicles, which sounds illegal another. I'm looking back at it. But that's what happened, and I got arrested and taken to that neighborhoods specific little rich people jail. And let me tell you. It is something they give you you got your own mattress a comfortable pillow a comfortable blanket. They brought me fucking breakfast in solo. I had my own toilet at my own sink. It was insane. It was essentially I was staying in a fucking hotel and instead of like room service, maids, I had police to bring me things, and it was dope. I remember being like fuck man gels. Not all that bad. I'd never been to jail before. I'd never been in trouble before. So this was a really terrifying. Experience that I remember very vividly. Then the funny thing is I got arrested. I was high right? Like, obviously. So when the we'd wore off like somewhere in the middle of the night I woke up, and I remember being like man, I was sleeping really will considering how fucked I am. Right now. Like, I knew I was in deep shit. My parents were going to kill me spend the night in this jail cell. They take me in the morning after feeding me like a delicious.

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"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"You do. That's the sad fact too many dealers are cutting their shit within and including thin on their product. You have no way of knowing if you're okay or not you gotta be really careful straight up. If you're going to be a fuck stick about it. And you're like, I don't care. I'm still doing blow. It least call you dealer out. When you go to pick it up and be like, you didn't cut this shit with some that's gonna kill me. Did you do something? I don't know what the move is. But you gotta do something. If you're going to continue to do drugs that you don't know what they could be cut with you. Gotta thought on this couple one. This is very sad. So condolences to to our caller here. Seven people in your graduating class. That's insane. Six so far. Okay. Six knock on wood. Yeah. Just brutal. And I was sorry. I mean, I can't imagine. What that's like it's weird. How that becomes like a a, for instance, taes graduating class they had like all types of issues with suicide in her grade. They have like it's there's when you get these pockets at certain schools where kids start getting affected by things like whether it's overdosing on drugs or committing suicide of any of the issues that come up with like, bullying, even the these things are like fucking they spread throughout these little pockets of fringe groups and communities and shit in its terrifying. Yeah. I remember when I was in high school. There was a big thing in like in plano, Dallas summer of some sort of heroin use called like cheese familiar with this. This was this is back in two thousand four two thousand five thousands. But and it was a big thing, and it was killing Kim's they're left, and right and people are getting caught. Up in it. And it affects people, you know, like, this kind of stuff can affect you for a long time to the only thing that I would add is the MAC Miller cause of death came out this week. And it was federal shut the as I. Yeah. No. And I saw a tweet this week that said. You know, if you wanna go out and do coke, you think that you have a better coke dealer than MAC Miller, you're probably wrong, and he caught caught some bad drugs that had fed and all in it. So like, if you if you're out there thinking that your some bad boy in Ohio, and, you know, your your dealer's, tough guy, and and only has the best way. Yeah. If you're in fucking Miami. Or whatever you're probably not getting is good drugs. Or as you know, like probably the the drug dealer for Mack Miller is a more accomplished drug dealer..

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"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Owner longtime listener, first-time caller. Honestly, I'm just calling right now. I wanted to get your input on a couple of things. It's kind of heavy honestly, some on dealing with here in you know, reaching out. But. This is my sophomore here. Any u and I'm from a small town here in Arizona, and I've actually just found out that unfortunately. Two guys from my football team as well as like my high school and whatnot have passed away from an overdose on and they'll obviously there screw around. They cut perks. Whatever it was. But that is actually the fifth and sixth accidental overdose. From my personal graduating class, which was twenty seventeen. Basically. I'm just trying to get your input on what you think's going on. And I think everything's gonna go on. Like. Oh, no, I lied. There is one heavy call in this is it. Yeah. So fifth and sixth overdose from his graduating class as insane. I'm sure you've heard more and more in the news as of late about, Phil. And what it does why it's used if you haven't I'm gonna try to do my best educate you on this. This Fitna shit is not a game at all. And I've spoken to this. As you before if you're going to choose to participate in taking drugs, whether it be something is safe seeming as we'd or something a little more sketchy like coke or perks or whatever like heroin, opioids, whatever your openly gambling with your life on some level. If you don't have a way to ensure that whatever you ingesting is what you think you ingesting, and when you're dealing with drug dealers typically, you don't have no way for you ensure that your job do it in fuck with your shit. Now, the problem within ll is that it's a thin nose a totally separate substance. Okay. These drug dealers, they take thin and they cut their shit with Phil. Instead of the more typical things like. Baby powder, or whatever fucking laxative. They typically use it makes you shit yourself or whatever Fitna makes their product more potent and powerful this most typically used with heroin, but they use it with other shit too. So what happens is then you go to take the normal dosage that you would like if you're heroin addict, you shooting up the amount you normally would right? But it's way more powerful than you thought. It would be because of the Fitna that's been added by your dealer without your knowledge to cut his product and to make his profits. Go up into keep your junky ass coming back because of the strength of its product. And the next thing, you know, you roading and shit. That is why fennel so dangerous. There's no way for you to know when it's involved, and it happens with coca lot it happens with heroin lot. It's been having pills to people mix this shit in in. It's extremely deadly. And as a dude fucked around with drugs a lot at a young age the truth is I got very lucky. I'm still here. Simply because I got lucky it as simple as that any number of times. I went to buy blow it could have been cut within any number of times. I went to ecstasy could have been based with. No, I did met the few times. I mentioned earlier it's not funny, but it's kind of funny, and it could have been fit and all you have to be careful so careful in in hindsight when I'm looking back at myself at eighteen sixteen twenty one even when I was doing like, hard drugs, and and being psycho about it. There's no I wasn't even close to mature enough to be making decisions like that about what the put into my body or whatever. So my point to all of you out there. No matter your age, fifteen thirty five twenty one whatever you've got to be careful. You don't have a reset button. So you snort a line? Or Papa pill or shoot up once with some fucking heroin. It's within will you just die. You don't get to be like oops in rewind. It's over. So you that's seriously. Like, I know it's an insane thought process to be like every time I'm gonna go to drugs. I got away my life against it. But yeah, dude, if you're fucking pills or heroin or coke nowadays..

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"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Like, the these people making forty fifty grand the the beat writers doing, you know, your your big twelve reporter, your SEC reporter, these people aren't making a whole lot of journalists don't get paid shit. And so. And this goes to a larger issue. But if we just didn't pay Jason Witten, whatever he's making we noticed millions making in the NFL decided, let's just say it's five million dollars a year allegedly. They were paying Gruden like seven or eight let's say let's say it's three million dollars here that pays for a lot of forty thousand dollar reporters. You could get a lot more coverage. We could actually know what's going on. So just everything about the Jason wouldn't hire. Makes me wanna fire the executives at ESPN the Dow's morning fight them. Dow's twenty news says that four between four and four point five million years where witness at at ESPN. Wow. So let's say it's four million. And let's say it costs a good reporter sixty thousand dollars with benefits and everything else. Let's say it's one hundred grant, that's that's a lot. That's like four hundred extra people. That's a lot of my boys. I don't know. I'm not gonna matte. No math. Okay. That's forty extra. Look, whatever. Here's the real forty extra. People we can have running around like actually doing it doesn't make sense because Gruden was paid six point five million years. You alluded to to do Monday night football in gruden's QB camp specials, or whatever the fuck before he left six point five million a year. And listen, no one I mean fucking zero total people are going to tune into Monday night football specifically for Gruden. Nobody's like God. Damn. I can't wait to hear gruden's takes tonight like that never happened. There was a large contingency of people who didn't even like Gruden as an announcer. I was one of them a lot of people did like him obviously made a lot of money. But I don't think anybody's tuning in four John gruden's commentary on Monday night football, you tuning into watch the football six point five million a year to that guy. It you're not getting six point five million a year in value back. No chance at all. And. All those journalists if we don't all of it. But I understand there's there's probably some sort of thing that you can bring Jon Gruden around to two meetings with sponsors. And you get the gotta shake his hand. And you get some extra value out of it. There's no way anyone could could possibly explain a six point five million dollar ROI for John grin and understand. He's probably gonna manager. And he's probably every year. He was playing like lose grueling take this job. Yeah. And then going back just like coaches leverage jobs against each other and Ryan get raises. But. Anyways, that's my pick. Okay. And then I appreciate this guy calling whoever was in charge of putting Witten in the booth. You wanna fight? Yeah. And putting booger booger on the just everything about this year's Monday night football other than Joe tests is bungled. Will you say Monday night football, in the way, you like to say night football. Thank you. Well, that was great. I am going to fight this week an actor named e win Riyan. I win. I you and I went I w a in space bar R, E Owen? He's a Welshman. He's an actor played a character by the name of Ramsay Bolton on game of thrones. Arguably the most evil hate -able, incredibly twisted villain and television history. And I feel like this actor, Ian, Rowen would be down to do this with me he would be down to get into character even dresses Ramsey, and what I wanna do is throw down UFC style in and octagon like gloved up referee hold thing like professional, and he has to stay in care to the whole time and be dressed like that. And all that talk like Ramsey, no weapons straight up fight Bill versus Ramsay Bolton. This would not be like battle the bastards two point..

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"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Hey, guys morning is Justice Californians about four in the morning, and I've been on the road for awhile now heading to Indiana Cisco, I only live like fifty miles away. But I have to leave at three thirty in the goddamn morning. Just to get there by six because Barry's sucks, so because of that, I'm in a bad mood. So I'd like to I like to bring back celebrities. We wanna fight booger McFarland. Yeah. The the Monday night football guy, one of them one of the three Monday night football broadcasters. I don't know why we need three. But ESPN sure did a good job at it king. Probably the worse at three people like Jason win very good at about like. Ogre mcfarland. Buck in stocks, dude. Just shut the fuck up. Stop trying to talk over everyone. Just because you wanna hear yourself talk. And you think that's what everyone who's watching a game came for just put your weird asked hooking fucked up hands down. We don't wanna see your perfect pingers stop talking buck. You booker. Have a great day. I'm gonna do that too. Because I'm much better mood now. And. You know? Hey, it's time for another edition of famous people. We want to fight booger. Lot of booger hate here. This is listen, I'll be straight up with you. I like booger as a commentator. I hate his fucking chair. The chair is not good booger in my opinion is good. I would also be okay with him. Putting his hands down just for the record. I respect your overall decision to wanna fight booger. We all have to have celebrities. We wanna fight famous people. We wanna fight yours is booger. That's fine. I'd also like to say that while you may enjoy Jason Witten. I find him to be absolutely terrible. He makes me want to turn off the game. Wouldn't need some improvement agree. Yeah. Can I go? I you pick the the person you wanna fight. I go first. Okay. Let that hate out as I said Jason witnessed terrible. Okay. I don't wanna fight Jason what? And he's like six four and huge. And probably pretty Jack still even though he's probably gotten a little fatter. Your size. He's huge. He's a big, dude. I don't wanna fight him. And I don't hate Jason Witten. Neither do here's why hate the producers and executives at ESPN's Monday night football. Candid to one higher Jason Witten because if no one would have offered him he could be on the Cowboys. And we might have won two more games might actually have a chance to be in the playoffs right now to decided to put him in the Monday night booth when he clearly wasn't ready. He's he's been lousy and mostly unlikable. Truthfully. He never really said anything a player that showed that he would be this guy an excellent commentator like he was always a boring quote. He never said anything. Nice, dude. Roma was always sort of a thoughtful. Like, you could tell that. He he was gonna be interesting. He's a natural entertainer. Right. Never had that for women this isn't necessarily. It's it's not witness faulted someone on a boatload of manual. Yes. He's not very good at a job that he's never done before. I love this angle the promise whoever hired him. And and whoever decided, hey, booger, your you're. I enjoy Boogers. Well, we talked about this couple episodes. Again, we did. I think he's good put Booker Joe tests in the booth, and that's it. I don't need him on the chair. Again. It's probably not Boogers decision to be a chair. That's obscuring people's views. Probably not it it adds nothing. And some course, he talks over Jason win because you can't see him because he's not sitting next to him. He's five thousand feet away on the field. Two miles below the press box and witness easy to talk over 'em third. The this person deserves to be fired or we'll just I wanna fight this person, whoever he or she is because the amount of money. They're paying Jason Witten is just so every every year we hear about giant layoffs, the SPN, generally, it's reporters most reporters people think it's glamorous position. And maybe for a TV reporter probably is but not for minimal writers, less three or four years. They've laid off basically all of the ESPN dot com writers and all of the reporters there may still be a calmness or to their most of those guys aren't making much money fam-, right?.

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"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"WR bolan, which is me you're gonna find this book. And yes, you heard that correctly. The Italian version of TM is titled American college, that's the title of the book in on the cover. It just says in huge letters, huge red letters. Just clearly the designer of this cover went with the hey, let's make it look as much like American pie as we can. And it just says American college. There's a wrapped condoms still there's a a can that just says beer on it. And then on top of the beer can is a set of comical chattering teeth that you wind up, you know, like practical joke teeth. And then there's a hand reaching out holding a bra a very unattractive bra. I might add with blue and white stripes out onto the cover of the novel. It's absurd. Like, it's if I was going to make a parody of myself of this book, this is what the cover would look like. And then underneath the words American college. It says party said Wagner, shares eve atro- see said born and ethically. I can't speak Italian. I don't know what the says. But there's a bunch of Italian words, and if you translate them the these words it says wild parties atrocious jokes epical booms unbridled six period a normal campus life. I'm gonna read that again while parties atrocious jokes puck epical Opoku. I don't know what this on that's mart enough to know. All of the words in the in the English language apocalyse apparently wanted them that means forming or characterizing. An epoch epoch epoch epoch-making. I dunno unbridled six period a normal campus life and this. I don't I don't know what to make of this at no point. Did anybody hit me up? Like, a oh, what would you like the front cover to be? You're like, what do you think about the new American college? The book just got made in. That's how it works. I have no idea of anyone in again, if anyone in Italy ever read this at all, I don't even know how it would make sense to the Italians again, I don't know the university system. If you've never read the book, it is very ridiculous. It's an as an accurate portrayal of the height of the absurdity that is fraternity life in America. As I could do it was a very accurate portrayal in my opinion in before fraternity life started the kind of crumble over the last several years. This was kind of the height of it that I feel like I captured if I'm gonna humble brag about about what this book is. And I don't know how that makes sense in Italy. I guess the the cell is like these talion teens who are probably like, oh, man. I bet they're over there in America just fucking just doing drugs and having all the sex the unbridled sex specifically about there's a tros jokes atrocious jokes. Very nice thing to say about a joke. That was an atrocious joke. Atrocious means of very poor quality extremely bad or unpleasant. Very poor quality jokes is the selling point. They put on the cover of the Italian novel. The fuck how does that make you feel as an author? It doesn't make me feel great atrocious jokes is the selling. It's the second selling point in. This fucking senate's PFM book wasn't filled with with jokes begin with though, really not really it was not atrocious. One situational humor to be. Sure. Yes. But it's mostly just drinking and drug and sex. And apparently, there's a trophies jokes in there and Opoku booms. I do agree there is unbridled sex. I don't know if it's a normal campus life. I don't think it is most students in my experience at Texas State. We're not in the same boat. I was right like. At UT. I had a lot of friends at the university of Texas massive Greek system shit ton of money absurd. So much bigger than where I went to school much bigger houses, much bigger chapters. Much more money to spend. And most of the students on the campus are not part of these houses. Obviously. Right. So I it's not a normal campus experience normal campus life, in my opinion. But it is something and for all the Italian listeners out there. And or if you're maybe talian is your second language or something go read this in Italian because I'd love to know what it says. I really would who knows what they did with the shit..

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"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Gentleman dot com to great way to support the show and Philip your closet with great close at the same time. Another quick announcement. Remember, the dude the got the Rb p mugshot on college game day a few weeks back. You remember last name Cup? Check first name greatest. Brendan believe Brendan. Yes. Will apparently get this. Brennan sister name's Matty, she reaches out to me. And she says that her brother are boy has launched his on his own shows on podcast. It's called cups. Inaction episode one cups in the and symbol. I forget what that thing's called anchor sand that what it's called a stupid fucking word. Sure cups in action ep- one. I have no idea what it's about. I have not listened. Frankly, I've been I'm busy, but the kid helped your boy. Out. So I'm hoping the kit out goal is news show. I guess fuck it. I hope it's not a Nazi podcast that would suck. But I'm assuming it's not based on the nature of what I what I think I know about Brennan. And if I know him as well as I think, I do which is really, well, it's not a Nazi podcast. I'm not positive, but I'm pretty close deposit. We do not support or endorse. What supremacist? No, no. That's that's important. That's important. Now, if it's some other kind of hate hate pod, perhaps hate against mosquitoes or something I could be okay with that. No, Nazis, though. Let's do this thing. Rb P one of four first segment hotline calls so our hotline number is eight eight eight WR bolan W R B O Elian eight WR bowl, and you call that it's voicemail. You can ask a question give a segment recommendation leave some constructive criticism. Sing a song if you'd like whatever you feel you need to leave on that hotline. It is there for you. And you can do whatever you want with it. Eight w. Bowl into picked out a bunch of calls to play from you today. Ba I of which is coming to your eardrums now, whatever Mike us is calling the Phillies area. Go pertz. So actually the trash or not trash for you guys. So I'm sitting in in traffic right now my way to work and the car in front of me has a bumper sticker on saying crowd parent of honor student. I'm just wanting to get you guys take on whether this beat move complete trash or if that's like somebody proud of our guys love the pod. All right. We have never discussed parents of honor students and how proud they are with their bumper stickers. We rip on a lot of different things that could be considered. Vehicular trash moves like vanity plates, bumper stickers trash cores that are literally filled with garbage. Now the question is where do we put these honor sticker bumper stickers people amongst these other regular trash moves? And I'm going to say somewhere in the mill these are bad, but they're not the worst bumper stickers. First of all, they're forwards bumper stickers. We put up pictures them everyday on Instagram Snapchat. They're worse. They're worse things out there. But this is a weird thing. It's like a weird parental brag to slap a bunk bumper sticker on your car to tell other people in traffic that your kid does well in school like what nobody why would anybody driving on the road care? The this guy in front of me kids killing it killing fourth grade made the honor roll good for I don't good for you. That's it's just a weird brag. And I get that a lot of schools provide parents whose kids make on a roll with these bumper stickers. That's not the case with all of them. Some of these freaks out and get these made on their own. And let me just say I am almost positive. I have at least one relative who was stuck one of these bumper stickers on their car one point. And I'm not gonna hold back for that reason. All right. There's no filter here. It's a hundred percent truth. These are mistake. These are you don't need anymore. Tension being brought to your vehicle than is already being brought to your vehicle with all the.

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"american college" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Because the mind is a terrible thing that investors tend to be reactive and risk averse when it comes to investing in stocks. And for good reason, this is again from the American college of financial services when your money is on the line. You're bound to feel like it's a direct hit when the stock market doesn't perform in your favor. That being said there's no question that demand for investments is driven by both reason and emotion. Economic models are developed as a way to plan for the future given real world financial situations with this model plan a rational investor determines an amount. But he or she will pay for an asset based on the size and the risk of the future. Payout. Emotions, however can quickly lead investors to make decisions that are no longer consistent with the advisor made economic models and in doing so individuals could become less likely to reach future financial goals. All because reason went out the door when a motion entered the room as I said, this is the way our brains are wired and the really good investors have to work very very hard to deal with that part of the brain. For example. Here's what the American college..

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"american college" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"american college" Discussed on WGN Radio

"America and the american college of radiology he does you big dummy no yeah you know what that means when you hear the theme song the greatest tv theme song of all time it's time for you big this is when we take real news stories of real dumb people doing real dump stuff read them and we vote on them by the way if you would like to be a reader on our on our show here find the link to a funny dummies story and send it to nikki show at gmailcom say hey i'd like to read this on the air dan will get a hold of you you'll record it not only will you be a part of the segment on the show but you will also get some lou malnati's pizza so it's a win win win situation so find those stories incentive to nick de show g mail dot com number one dummy number one number one a surprise driver in california encountered a bizarre hazard slowing down traffic three men having a mid road trampoline session marla hidalgo posted a video showing the scene she witnessed while driving friday afternoon hidalgo said she was on her way to a former employer in moreno valley to pick up her w two forms when traffic started to slow for no reason i looked closer and witnessed three guys jumping on the trampoline without a care in the world the video shows three men jumping on the trampoline in the middle of the road their identities and motives for the stunt are unknown the dam is dummy as donna.

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"american college" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"american college" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"And that's not all there's an entire host of medical organisations that have pretty much come down on a hardline stance against this practice we're talking the american public health association the american college of obgyns all of these organizations directly oppose shackling during childbirth as due to organizations that are focused specifically on correctional healthcare so health care for imprisoned folks so it's one thing didn't to put people in prison it's another thing to dehumanize them and this absolutely crosses the line in my opinion the american college of obgyns had this about the practice the use of restraints on pregnant incarcerated women and adolescents may not only compromise healthcare but is demeaning and rarely necessary so to me that is so clear as so clear that we shouldn't be doing this and beyond the physical risks and the very real health risks that we posed to the unborn children and mothers during child birth this practice also imposes psychological stresses that are particularly acute for inmates many of whom have already been an abusive intimate relationships for instance over ninety five percent of incarcerated women have been found to be pryor victims of sexual trauma and that's according to a two thousand two family crisis services study so if you think about being restrained while you are in the most you're being examined and touched in the most intimate parts of your body by medical necessity if you have any kind of sexual trauma in your background that alone can be incredibly triggering and psycologically dangerous for rape survivors are folks who's who's been survivors of sexual assault.

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