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"berkeley high school" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

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02:11 min | Last month

"berkeley high school" Discussed on The Breakfast Club

"Shall i shallow guy. We oughta breakfast club now. Shout out to everybody. Out in south carolina dillon florence. Myrtle beach. I was all over south carolina last day. So shot all hospitality. Minute show me so much love so much food. I just wanna say thank you to everybody out food so much. Food and love language speaking speaking of south carolina man on saturday august fourteenth. I'm doing my annual backpack school supply giveaway and fish fry at berkeley high school. Okay falls six west main street corner south carolina from two to five pm. Okay so you can hit up. Third eyewitness eight. Four three edgy. Mail dot com for more information on that but Saturday august fourteenth. I'm doing my annual backpack school supply giveaway in fish fry from two to five. Pm at berkeley high school..

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Doctor of Infectious Diseases speaks on the safety of Coronavirus Vaccines

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:56 sec | 6 months ago

Doctor of Infectious Diseases speaks on the safety of Coronavirus Vaccines

"About a month or so when the supply of covert vaccine in this country exceeds the demand for vaccinations. Surveys show that about 25% of the people who have not yet been vaccinated or still hesitant to get the shot. Many are skeptical because they believe the vaccine was rushed. The vaccine is safe. The vaccine is incredibly effective. Doctor John Schwartzberg is an expert on infectious diseases at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health Vaccine went through Phase one, Phase two and phase three trials exactly like every other vaccine. It wasn't rushed in terms of its production. A lot of the basic science that needed to be done received a tremendous amount of funding for getting this done very quickly.

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Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine greatly reduces virus transmission, Israeli studies show

Pacifica Evening News

03:19 min | 7 months ago

Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine greatly reduces virus transmission, Israeli studies show

"To Israeli studies have found that Fizer Cove in 19 vaccine greatly reduces virus transmission. Shedding light on one of the biggest questions of the global effort to quash the pandemic. Data analysis and a study by the Israeli Health Ministry and Visor found the Fizer vaccine developed with Germany's beyond Tech. Reduces infection, including an asymptomatic cases by 89% and in symptomatic cases by 94%. The findings air from a pre published study not yet peer reviewed but based on a national database that is one of the world's most advanced a separate study. By Israel's Sheba Medical Center, published Friday in The Lancet medical journal found that among 7200 hospital staff who received their first dose in January There was an 85% reduction in symptomatic covert 19 within 15 to 28 days with an overall reduction of infections, including asymptomatic cases detected by testing of 75%. More research is needed to draw a definitive conclusion. But the studies are among the first to suggest a vaccine may stop the spread of the novel coronavirus and not just prevent the people vaccinated from getting ill. Dr Jon Swartz and Burn cold clinical professor emeritus of infectious diseases at the UC Berkeley School of Public Health. The implications of this are enormous Republicans standpoints in vermin individual standpoint. If if the If these numbers are even numbers significantly less than this hold true, that is that once fully vaccinated. Well, first of all we know once fully vaccinated. It's Very, very, very, very unlikely. We're going to get seriously all and there's no evidence that you'll die after you being fully vaccinated. So we know that. But what if after you're fully vaccine, you get reinfected. We know you're not gonna get sick, but you could spread it. But what if you can't spread it? Or what? If it's very unlikely for you to spread it? It's gonna really mean that our masks they're going to come off sooner that we're gonna be hugging her loved ones a lot sooner right now. I'm fully vaccinated have been fully vaccinated now for this Just actually, three weeks today, um If I knew that I couldn't transmit this virus to my loved ones, I would My strategy would be very different. If I may ask you really come off. I could be hugging. Uh huh. But I don't know that yet, And so I have to still remain vigilant. And that is where a mask and social distance to be absolutely certain that I can't do that and think about all the health care workers. If the health care workers knew that they didn't it once they're fully vaccinated, they wouldn't transmit that would make an enormous difference in the hospitals. And think about just Transportation. It's just goes all the way down the line. So the implications are

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Fears mount of post-holiday COVID-19 surge

Pacifica Evening News

02:29 min | 10 months ago

Fears mount of post-holiday COVID-19 surge

"Confirmed. US coronavirus cases Top 13.4 million today, and deaths surpassed 267,000. That's according to statistics compiled by Johns Hopkins University. The U. S is posted Maura than four million cases in November alone, double the number in October. Record 93,000 people are hospitalized with covered 19 across the country, as hospitals all over are starting to buckle under the strain. White House Coronavirus Task Force coordinator Dr Deborah Burkes said on CBS that anyone who traveled over the Thanksgiving holiday should assume They were infected and get tested. So if you're young and you gathered, you need to be tested about 5 to 10 days later, but you need to assume that you're infected. Not go near your grand parents and ants and others without a mask. If you're over 65 or you have cobra abilities, and you gathered it Thanksgiving if you develop any symptoms. You need to be tested immediately. Infectious disease specialist Dr Anthony Fauci warned of the coming post Thanksgiving surge that she told meet the press. Local officials from around the country are telling him they're running out of hospital capacity and asking for advice. We might see a surge superimposed upon that surge that We're already in Holiday and Dr Jon Swartz burg of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health, sees a surge on top of a surge after Americans continue to ignore public health guidelines to celebrate the Syriza of holidays that began with Thanksgiving and continues with Christmas and Holiday season parties and then New Year's. You can know, Look it from Thanksgiving Day. We can expect to see hospitals that surge on top of the surge start to fill hospitals even more. About two weeks after Thanksgiving, and about two weeks after that, which takes us to So close to Christmas. We're going to see death increasing a surge of deaths on top of the surge of deaths were seeing the vaccines aren't gonna make a dent. Things until probably around March

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Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine found to be 90% effective

Pacifica Evening News

03:56 min | 11 months ago

Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine found to be 90% effective

"Promising Corona virus vaccine is from the drug company, Fizer today. The pharmaceutical giant says early data suggests its formulation maybe 90% effective at preventing covert 19 on Lee Barrett. Reports Co 19 vaccine developed by FISA and bio intake prevents 90% of people from getting the virus, according to preliminary analysis. It's being tested on over 43,000 people without safety concerns being raised and could receive emergency approval for use by the end of the month from feature story news in London. I'm Ali Barrett. The announcement does not mean a vaccine is imminent. The interim analysis from independent data monitors looks at 94 infections recorded so far in this study that's enrolled nearly 44,000 people in the U. S. And five other countries. Some participants got the vaccine. Others got the placebo visor caution that the initial protection rate might change by the time the study ends. Even revealing such early data is highly unusual Doctor Jesse Goodman of Georgetown University The former chief of the Food and Drug Administration's vaccine division ticked off many questions still to be answered, including how long the vaccines effects last and whether it protects older people as well as younger ones. Goodman cautioned that even if icers vaccine proves the effect of it's going to be a while before it has a major impact at the population level. The vaccine by Pfizer and this German partner buying tech are among 10 possible vaccine candidates in late stage testing around the world for them so far in huge studies of the U. S. Another U. S company but during a incorporated also has said it hopes to be ableto file an application with the FDA for its vaccine later this month, infectious disease specialist Dr Anthony found, she said the results suggesting 90% effectiveness are just extraordinary. Clinical professor, a marriages of infectious diseases that UC Berkeley School of Public Health Doctor John Schwartzberg called the data from the Visor vaccine stunning. There were there were 94 people. Who got sick and 80 for them were in the group that receive placebo. And only nine who got the vaccine got sick so that that's absolutely Running. Um they're going to continue to trial up to 166. People get sick and they've got 44,000 people in the trial so they should get there pretty quickly, Schwartzberg said. Important questions about the data include whether the results were as positive for older people is younger and across, so she socio economic and ethnic differences. Another is whether the vaccine prevents infection without symptoms as well as the disease itself prevents you from getting infected like, for example, the measles vaccine would do You can't spread it lets you get infected, But it doesn't let you get sick, responsible. The still spread the virus. So these are questions that come out. But still, even if it is 90% effective in preventing us from getting sick, That's a major step forward. Public Citizen, the consumer advocacy group called the relief of the preliminary and incomplete data. Bad science, said that any enthusiasm for the results must be tempered. Until they're reviewed by the FDA in this

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Meanwhile, Zach the populous candidates is doing exactly what you would expect him to do He starting house parties and inviting underclassmen you had post like after the party on his instagram like pictures of people at the party, like holding off his campaign poster is essentially like a little like video montage. And I mean it was It was brilliant. I mean, everyone is talking about him. Stasia Outsider candidate seems like some of the other students or running. More traditionally, high school campaigns like we're gonna, you know, have more fun and party. Did you hit some point in the campaign were like God like maybe we should be doing that. No, you have told yourself to a different standard if you're running for like the president and vice president Did Asia and a lot of students at Berkeley High School. It seemed like that didn't care about much other than winning. You won't hear from Zach in the story, but I talk to people who said, Actually, that's not true at all. One of them was his friend Cannon. So Zach and I talked for months about what he was going to run for now, he he realized that he could probably just run for a S. P president because at that point, he was so well known and so well liked. And he had all the experience and just generally having known him. I know that The presidency is very much a popularity contest, and his popularity was very much earth through being dedicated to certain causes. I mean, we were activists together outside of School for different climate groups and yet dedicated a lot of his time toward furthering academic opportunities for his fellow students that he decided that his platform would be bringing about Three s A T tutor. And because he had this delusion that people didn't like him. He decided to throw Monthly parties on top of that, which did not go over so well. But I do think that of all the campaigns, Zaks was Not terribly dirty at all. By the last week of campaigning, things were getting kind of ugly. They just told me that she got this text message from a friend. It was a picture of her, and Lexie's poster in a urinal had been peed on. It took an emotional toll on us like there was a time when I was crying because I was like People hate me. I should have never run for this position like they're peeing on my posters. And I never wanted Thiss. Did you have a theory about who was doing it? At first I was thinking about other candidates, and I was trying to tell Lexie Lexie Trust me. The candidates are probably doing this to us for, like revenge or something. I don't know why they would need revenge, but they're probably just like mad about something. She's like, No. None of the candidates would do something that room fake. We shouldn't just assume and I was like Lexie like we're running against them, and we're doing a decent job. Elections Commissioner Robert Ezra. He actually for the most part, stayed out of all of this. Which first price me like this was his election. After all, Robert is we're told me that it was important. He stay out of all this. Did remain objective..

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Information. Welcome to the Berkeley local show. I'm your host Steve Johnson Berkeley Chamber member Small business owner and resident. And you are listening to the Berkeley local podcast where we are going to interview to great local businesses today. And we're coming to doing our first show using zoom and recording from the virtual podcast Detroit Studios SORTA come out of the owners basement bar so other can't see that but that's pretty slick so on this show. I got a great business owners that are both coming from inside their businesses today. And I'm going to have both them introduce themselves and then we're going to get some great backgrounds on both of them. Why don't we start with you yourself? Give kind of a sixty second intro. Hi My name is Luke. Jane's I own towed by books at Sal used and new bookshop on coolidge. Kind of just a little bit. North of help he corner to Berkeley High School I Open just about a year ago. It'll be a year on Monday. So not exactly how. I envisioned the one year anniversary but no I think we were real smart. We had it all planned out that way but it just sort of worked out like that. Yeah that's perfect a good way to kind of celebrate. The the no doubt in a different kind of way definitely than you thought you would. So Bridget lachey introduce yourself. Give a little overview of what your business here. I'm bridget Dean and I own. Have you any wool on? It's niche shop in downtown Berkeley. Actually I'm on Robaina just north of twelve mile on my always tell people look for cams and then I'm just north of that I've been in business since two thousand and four And some might say that opening a business in four was kind of risky and I would say yes but I've.

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The Latest: Europe's beloved soccer tournament postponed

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Europe's beloved soccer tournament postponed

"Over the past few days Instacart Walmart grocery and shipped which is owned by target corporation have set records for daily app downloads that's according to app Tobia a data tracking firm sandy Nuremberg who lives in California is one of those shoppers I had gone to the grocery store after the outbreak started and it was a mad house Senate was crowds of people and everybody coughing and you know me probably a little paranoid maybe not says professor John Swarts Berg who's with the UC Berkeley school of public health going to the grocery store is a perfect opportunity to interact with lots of other people project we've the grocery stores crowded so that can be a problem actually after

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COVID-19 - Who's Protecting the Protectors?

Forum

01:28 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 - Who's Protecting the Protectors?

"And joining us now is art Reingold he's a professor and head of the division of epidemiology at the university of California at Berkeley school of public health R. wrangled welcome thank you have a joint what what can you tell us this morning I'm sure you're monitoring the latest health information very carefully I don't know how much of our conversation you heard in the first half hour but is there anything new or different that you're hearing this morning any updates from over the weekend well I don't know that I have anything terribly new that you haven't already covered clearly we continue to have more more cases being identified in a variety of places you know some pretty substantial clusters in places like Seattle and New Jersey and New York some here in the bay area so I'm not sure there's any news there we have some very disturbing cases and in the emergency room doctors and other healthcare providers so the problem certainly continues to cause concern at all levels of the public health and and health care disturbing you are you referring to the fact that there are people first responders were being infected or what what did you mean by that yes I mean we always have some critically ill for you know one of the health care providers who clearly have become infected through through working with patients and so that is just one more area where we clearly need and I think are doing a better a better job of making sure to protect our health

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Berkeley high school students are calling for action to address what they say is a pervasive culture of sexual assault at their school more than five hundred students perhaps up to a thousand participated in a walk out today demanding school administrators do more to address allegations of rape and sexual assault at the school and hold perpetrators accountable the walk out comes after a lawsuit was filed band on name to students again please the Berkeley unified school district about the way that it meant a straighter is dealt with her sexual assault and attempted rape on campus last may Kate either filed this report from Berkeley high out of Walker is a junior at Berkeley high school she was part of the core group which organized the walk out last week graffiti appeared in one of the girls bathrooms listing the names of quote voice to watch out for the graffiti was then removed by the school Walker says the removal of the graffiti motivated students to act there is a list written on the bathroom in a bathroom stall for boys to watch out for that really sparked just very emotional conversation for a lot of people at Berkeley high and so we decided that something needed to be done about it because people are starting to express their emotions so we decided to plan a walk out because it's what we had just passed we're known for our walk outs and it's it's a super powerful way of just showing what the student body is feeling it's mainly about the rape culture at Berkeley high and the culture of toxic masculinity soon we're going to be releasing a letter and a list of demands and we're gonna try and work with administration and work with different groups are school just to make sure that this is not something that continues on according to Berkeley side an unnamed Berkeley high school student recently filed a lawsuit against the Berkeley unified school district over the way administrators dealt with her sexual assault and attempted rape on campus last may according to the lawsuit a male student forced her into a deserted classroom groped her and tried to rape her despite speaking with a school counselor afterwards the lawsuit says school officials didn't adequately supervise the perpetrator who continue to harass her at school the lawsuit also says that school officials told her that the student had previously assaulted between six and ten other girls students taking part in the walk out were read to show their solidarity held hand painted signs and made speeches at the nearby Martin Luther king junior Civic Center park students are demanding that administrators change the way they deal with issues of sexual assault Berkeley high school students including junior is a door to liberty are asking for better consent education and for Berkeley high school to have its own title nine coordinator who deals with cases of sexual assault we only really have consent education in classrooms in freshman year and our social living class and ethnic studies so if we could have more consistent consent education over all grade levels and also we don't have a title nine coordinator for just be a test and that's one of the harder demands because.

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on WJR 760

"Reasons have three years, and, but you wanted to end your conversation with Australia on a positive note, despite the challenges of the internet speed overall, the country embraces the digital world in they're hungry for the and they're very innovative in terms of what they want to try to do an experiment thing, there's a strong startup community in Melbourne, particularly, and, you know, always seeking more talent. It's a very overall very, very positive place to be they'll get they'll, they'll knock the internet stuff. I, I suspect it's going to be five G that's going to bypass the whole fixed-line, and once that happens, the little ill, it'll Mike complaints. We'll go away. Now curiosities is Australia going to embrace the while we. Five G or they have the same concerns. Frankly, you know, on a political note. The they have had several challenges with China. Sorry, let me say accusations of China influence on the political spectrum, and they've been trying to push in resolve all that stuff. So they're highly sensitive to the Chinese influence Chinese ability to impact during a gathering television on the stralia structure. Thanks for that insight. I was just wondering, Mike. Brennan, welcome to the internet advisor, Mike joins us every week from MIT tech news. Welcome, thanks very much a lovely weekend for a change it, until it's over. Yeah, yeah. I'm not coming up less. It is really nice weekend doesn't come up unless it's eighty degrees. Making an exception today. It got close enough for me. It's good. So Mike you do a weekly newsletter. And you had some articles you wanted to discuss this week about start up nation. I believe was one of them. No, actually start up Michigan tech, it actually launches on may twentieth. And it's a new website that was borrowed from startup nation in Israel. We're one of the first states in the country to have well, essentially replicating, what they already proved out in Israel, where we have a one stop shop, where you can find all sorts of information about our top startups in the state tech startups about the funders the folks that are put money into them about the tech hubs. And I talked to Chris Riziq from renaissance fun and he was really excited about now. He wasn't involved in setting it up, but he saw it a couple of months ago, and he said, this is exactly what we need here in the state because previous to that we'd been putting out these paper announcements which, you know, once you put out paper today to right? This is very interactive. They even the companies when they have press clippings, about them, Ernie PR, whatever can post that information up there. So anybody really wants to know what's going on in the Michigan ecosystem, particularly in technology. Now we'll have a place starting tomorrow. Starting monday. Scooping in Mike. It starts with what three hundred thirty five startups twenty-five investors listed there who who enlists themselves as an investor. Right. They're just targets and then twenty-seven innovation hubs. This is this is going to start with a lot of content and just better. We were wouldn't when I left the free press twenty years ago when you were doing a show they used to do every year. What was it called IT something or other? We had the IT summit going at that time. How far how far we've come in twenty years compared to where it was right. Yeah. Absolutely. And it's wonderful because the investor community has grown so much. And that's why we're seeing so many more startups. Yeah. We got pretty near forty venture capital companies represented in the state. Now, some of them, they just have a one or two person office. But then we have a lot of homegrown products. Here must be fifteen or twenty of them now that are more or less, Michigan natives and a critic of the renaissance fund behind them all. So we're doing good. I think all things considered. And when you see our high school and college kids winning all these design competitions, you know, they come from households where there's engineering parrots, right? Nice segue. Yes. The Berkeley High school students won the ace Michigan design competition, which is put on by Lawrence tech and its architecture construction engineering and these are high school kids that you know developed all this stuff. And again like Gary says, probably. The in house. We have a lot of engineers as we know in the state of Michigan. We have more engineers per capita than any other state in the nation. Emily almost have as many total is California. So what we do engineering well here, and it's, it's really important for corporations to, to perform these, these efforts to go into the school systems they asked for volunteers, and that's quite popular and prevalent in here. So, you know, kudos to, you know the Berkeley school system. Yeah, you're right in the mentors because there's so many engineering parents, they're mentoring is great. Mike. Thank you for joining us tonight. Thanks guys. Talk to you next week. All right. Awesome. Hey, we have one caller. We wanted to get to. That was my mic. Brennan. I'm sorry, from MIT tech news. I'm excited. I wanted to get to Jack real quick from Rochester. You had a question about windows defender. Jack welcome to the internet advisor. Well, you know, maybe we'll get to him in a few minutes. We're having a little. Yeah. He must have hung up so but he had a question about windows defender and it's not turned on cast and you were able to there's a number of things that happen, there typically either intentionally or unintentionally someone has loaded another antivirus or anti malware program and a lot of times when you purchase off the shelf computers. They come pre installed with a trial or try by thirty day or ninety trial. And after that trial ends, you know. Yep. Where where bites is a great one to use. Is another one that's free. With under strict license. Those are great. But sometimes people will click on something like a warning that says, you know, you're something will pop up and that will install software that acts like antivirus but those programs typically load something else. Right. And they'll turn off windows defender. Yes. Exactly. So that so that they can be loaded. Right. Right. So how did they turn it back on the first thing to do is investigate, whether there's something new running? I would go to the programs if you go to the bottom left hand and just start typing programs, you'll get a menu selection, pop up and you'll want to select the one that says installer Diene stall programs go through that list. You can sort it by the most recently installed. Right. You could start by date and recently installed. And if you see something that looks suspicious, you've probably voted. That you need to get rid of, and then you can go through the normal procedures of reenact ruling windows defender, because when it's not enabled and something's not stopping it. It'll pop up and say, do you wanna fix this problem, and it will walk you through that process of renaming windows defender? Correct about using like a malware bytes, or something because you might have to clean something often. Sometimes they hide even they don't actually even run in the run program. That's right. That's certainly an option. But a lot of times, the newer kinds of malware are able to disguise themselves and make it look like they're an authentically running arrogation. That's true. So unless you've got the latest for, and now we're getting into the really technical things that you'd need to do in order to resolve that. Great answer, great answer. I'm sorry. We couldn't get a hold of him haying. Hopefully we answered this question and he's listening and there's always next week. That's what we have about a minute left. What I did. I went to Amazon, I have you're going to have to wait till next week. I wanted to upgrade, my old laptop that sitting here, maybe I'll have a chance to talk to you. Maybe a chance this week to do that upgrade. I hate when the TV shows do those teasers, we didn't mean to do this ran out of time legitimately. We want to take our special guests Winston Benedict for joining us. Thank you for joining us this evening, and it's my pleasure having. Gary, always great to have you in here. Wonderful to be here. I'll be here. Two weeks from now won't be here next week. I've got a charter, but the public will be here in studio studio again. And then hopefully cow Carson will be here cast, and Thomas, always, great to have you always loved to be here. Hey go visit us at internet adviser dot net..

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"And so that means there's going to be quote unquote error, and we're not always going to get it right, waiting bring in our competency of cultivate self love than we can fall down and pick ourselves back up and be kind. And so I've. Lived my whole life learning how to feed myself. Again, after my eating disorder, I had to do it all in my home. You know, learning how to move my body in ways that we're pleasure will. And then as I h how to change all of that by listening all my body's changing now, I need to listen in a different way. So the other thing about intuitive silkair's, what? What's get the fundamental down of one of my hungry? What do I want to eat? Can I have access to what I wanna eat when my full and really kind of getting that piece worked out that then we can start making decisions from that intuitive place in other parts of our lives. And the other thing that Elizabeth are seeing and this is that intuitive listening to our bodies really is part of self protection. And so if I hate my body and don't even wanna have it, I don't. I don't inhabit not embodied, then I will put myself in situations that could be dangerous and that's not the things aren't going to happen to somebody that rape won't happen. But there's this protection. When listening and I have story in my own life about that if you wanna hear it, but it was pretty profound. I think I do, but I wanna I wanna say, for I just I love how the competencies build on one another, and I feel like you go from dough like, you need to dish allusion yourselves from some of the concepts that our society and social media and other things out there to you need to listen to yourself. And I think that's so true in every aspect of your life. And it might just be me like, I've pretty much live by the policy that if I'm doing good, I will feel good and I will know it. Yeah, and I wouldn't try to. Yeah, and I would ask myself to know that I've feel like this. I mean, maybe I just agree with everything that you're saying, and that's why I like your book so much, but I think it's very valuable. I mean, that's the thing that really actually works and it works for all different types of people. So that's what I love like, you know. Intuitive living. How I live in my body is going to be different than how you do it, but it works for you works for me. And then you know, it takes us out of this hierarchy of health and beauty, and we just get to to be ourselves and then not expect other people to do certain things or ourselves. And we just get. I mean, that's the freedom part. Yeah. No. And I think with intuitive self care, I think it's something you'd about overtime to. I went drinking with friends on Friday, and it was like a hundred degrees outside and we were outside bar. My friends like, oh, well, there's like Gillette right nearby. And I'm like, my body is not about that. Like I, we just had beer and we need to go find water and I, it's just and she was like, oh, wow, that's like yourself controls. Amazing. I was like, no, I just want my body will hate me if we Jill out a like, it's not time you might want it. Gets a new like, yeah, went to Berkeley High school and they go off campus at lunch and sometimes on days they would have to for lunch. And other days they would go. Sandwiches, and you know, they just knew what their bodies need it, and they have balance it out. You know. Yeah. Show. Another thing you're kinda talks about is the idea of cultivating self love..

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"I was the new, pretend no clue or anything was I, I was watching those kind of listening in on the interview. You probably don't even remember this. I don't, but then like I got pulled over head to go talk to somebody else who's trying to get their camera setup. And I came back and you were gone at. I had this panic of like I lost the center. And I'm like, I go to top to my car started driving around and then it can dawned on me. I was like, I think Eugene was like an internet names. He's probably more familiar with this place than I am and he just walked. You just walked on the Rover, skateboards. Freaking texting caroliina, MC, where is he? I can't find. She's like, oh, no. He's already here. So tell us about that growing up in the area internship, I'm guessing, or was it straight out of school or. No internship? So I came to the bay area family moved here when I was about seven. Okay. And my father at the time took a job at UC Berkeley. And so we basically moved to Berkeley and I was in grade school at the time. Probably third grade basically grew up in Berkeley from that point forward went to Berkeley High school. I always knew early on, I want to do something in engineering but wasn't sure what aerospace always attracted me. VA Shen airplanes. I loved airplanes. And so you mechanical engineer the same as Carol? Yes. So my undergrad was mechanical engineering, but it wa- it didn't start out that way. I was actually originally going to be going to the university of Washington and do aerospace engineering up there. And at the very last moment, I think I had already secured dorm had already maybe even picked classes. For my freshman year. And at the time I decided, well, maybe I wanna stay closer to home for a little while because I realized that university of Washington, you actually did not go formally into the space engineering program until your third year and say, I two years was just general engineering. And so I had an opportunity to go to Berkeley at the time. And I said, okay, it'll be a little bit cheaper. It'll be closer to home. I'll do that for two years. And if I'm still interested, I'll transfer up north, which of course never did. So I, I went to Berkeley, mechanical engineering actually started out as an undergraduate in letters and science undeclared. And then after my first year I declared for engineering went into mechanical engineering, and then this fall of my second year, I was introduced by a family friend of mine who was a professor at Zona state university, and he had worked with some people here at Ames. And in particular was a new group starting up here at Ames in the area of computational fluid dynamics, which was still in its early stage. His of development and research at the time. And so he knew of my interest in engineering. He introduced me to some of the researchers down here, so I came down, I spent a few months volunteering down here just as part of the aims associate program, and it was still in college at the time and just came down maybe once a week twice a week. You know those days where I didn't have a heavy course load. I know there's like an intern photo floating around somewhere. I've seen the pitcher with a young Eugene trying to get that as the album. Of this. Yeah, so so so I was volunteered for for a little while and then the opportunity came up they they had the co-op program which is now very similar pathways program where if you're an intern in school, you can or you're in school, you can become an intern. You can get paid a little bit and also the school supports that program. And so so I applied to it and got into that program. And so basically started here as an intern here at Ames. Well, so which I had known about that program. I know, right. Well, we did a whole podcast episode awhile back with whatever the head of recruitment for us about job. It's a great program. Yeah, speaking of that and that kind of dips into some of the human capital stuff. So Carol, I mean, you know, informal, actually, both the is is like mechanical engineers..

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"She's living it. She's living. That's great. Dad, just retired to really. He was a bus driver. Oh yeah. That's where he ended up Muny in San Francisco. They handful. It's it's fine. They were trying to get him to stay longer and I basically like get out, it's killing you get, he'd had enough. It was horrible. I mean, you know, it's just driving a bus because havoc on your body and it's and emotionally. It wasn't good. It's a horrible company. He should have burnt it down. It was better. He spent his last years out of prison. Yeah, exactly. Burning down. You're right, you're right. Yeah, so well, that sweet that these two coaches are coming. They must be thrilled. I hope so. But we're they, like, is this sort of thing. We'd always knew you can do good. Did they did they think that you were going to be an athlete? I don't know. I'm not sure whenever I think they, you know what's? What's I think so amazing about folks really dedicate their lives to working with kids that young because it's not really about that. You give them the tools to be an athlete, and I was good. Eventually, I was good. I was, you know, by the time I, I even ran a little bit after college. I thought maybe I could make try the only big trials and stuff like I was really. So you ran in college. I ran all through college and then after college for a little bit. And then once I started having to balance like working job, Andrea, this is not sustainable for me. But what about those people that work with kids? You just, they're, they're, they're, you know, it's not about that. It's about giving them the tools to be successful humans. I think they knew that I would be sick cesspool in whatever I tried to do. And if that was going to be athlete. Cool. I had the tools forever mostly about this is gonna we can get you into college with this. They're all kinds of these are all poor kids from Oakland like this whole team. So you know about really trying to give the says, many sort of avenues for for success as possible. Thank God for those people, God. So did you go to college on a scholarship Ivy league schools don't give any marry base scholarships, so no. But I was recruited by the track team college. This Brown, Rhode Island? Yeah. That's that's already school. It's an art school. Ardi school, but I was who were some of the famous celebrity children that you went to. That's so real. Lucy devito. An incredible actor. Ella Windsor. The Windsor family. Oh, wow. The British Windsor. That's big. Yeah. We live down the hall from each other. But it isn't art school, but you. But you know, I'm coming there from Berkeley High school, so incredibly like right wing to me. Old-timey. So conservative. But no, that's out of the Ivy leagues. That's the groovy one. Yeah, that's what they tell me. But so what did you just lock in? Was it uncomfortable for a couple years? I mean, did you the whole time. Yeah, I don't know. I, I don't think as as ready as I always I knew I was going to go to college, right? We sort of in the car. I know I wouldn't about there, but it was coach really uncomfortable even just even when you remove the money from the situation. Right? Just west coast east coast thing, like bio rhythmically as I was so different from ever who was throwing the Bill. Well, this is the secret that they don't really tell you about Ivy league schools is they end up being cheaper for me to go there and then go to a state school? Really? Yeah, they, they're need blind so they, they admit you, and then they look at your parents, finances, and that my mom had just declared bankruptcy at that time. So like we had no nothing and so they made it, you know, I came out of there might blind so they, they rise you with Al king at your finances. Then they come back to you with the financial swatting scale. And so and so. I came out of there with like twenty thousand dollars worth of loans, like nothing saying for a while or that and off. Yeah. Yeah, my dad did that. He was like, I want I want to do this for you, and he took on loan payments and. Parents the, but. But yeah, and it ended up being less less of a burden on my parents..

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Like I grew up poor, but not said I was never. I don't remember ever being sad or ever being bored, they well, that's good. Well, I mean, I meant like my parents were not. They were supportive of what I did, but they didn't like they were detached from a day. He'll be right. And I don't know. I think I wished my parents were more detached. They were. They were very attentive even bombs for sure. You know. Because my mom after my brother was boring, she'd she'd never finished. She did like half a year of college and then hitchhiked across the country. Right. So right. Right after my brother was born in her in her mid to late thirties, went back to school. I went straight through and got her PHD. So the whole time I was growing up, she was in school what she got her PHD in social welfare? Yeah. Ended up renting an organization called the child welfare research center out of UC Berkeley still around it is still around yet. Still house there. She's she's retired and and traveling lots. She's living it. She's living. That's great. Dad, just retired to really. He was a bus driver. Oh yeah. That's where he ended up Muny in San Francisco. They handful. It's it's fine. They were trying to get him to stay longer and I basically like get out, it's killing you get, he'd had enough. It was horrible. I mean, you know, it's just driving a bus because havoc on your body and it's and emotionally. It wasn't good. It's a horrible company. He should have burnt it down. It was better. He spent his last years out of prison. Yeah, exactly. Burning down. You're right, you're right. Yeah, so well, that sweet that these two coaches are coming. They must be thrilled. I hope so. But we're they, like, is this sort of thing. We'd always knew you can do good. Did they did they think that you were going to be an athlete? I don't know. I'm not sure whenever I think they, you know what's? What's I think so amazing about folks really dedicate their lives to working with kids that young because it's not really about that. You give them the tools to be an athlete, and I was good. Eventually, I was good. I was, you know, by the time I, I even ran a little bit after college. I thought maybe I could make try the only big trials and stuff like I was really. So you ran in college. I ran all through college and then after college for a little bit. And then once I started having to balance like working job, Andrea, this is not sustainable for me. But what about those people that work with kids? You just, they're, they're, they're, you know, it's not about that. It's about giving them the tools to be successful humans. I think they knew that I would be sick cesspool in whatever I tried to do. And if that was going to be athlete. Cool. I had the tools forever mostly about this is gonna we can get you into college with this. They're all kinds of these are all poor kids from Oakland like this whole team. So you know about really trying to give the says, many sort of avenues for for success as possible. Thank God for those people, God. So did you go to college on a scholarship Ivy league schools don't give any marry base scholarships, so no. But I was recruited by the track team college. This Brown, Rhode Island? Yeah. That's that's already school. It's an art school. Ardi school, but I was who were some of the famous celebrity children that you went to. That's so real. Lucy devito. An incredible actor. Ella Windsor. The Windsor family. Oh, wow. The British Windsor. That's big. Yeah. We live down the hall from each other. But it isn't art school, but you. But you know, I'm coming there from Berkeley High school, so incredibly like right wing to me. Old-timey. So conservative. But no, that's out of the Ivy leagues. That's the groovy one. Yeah, that's what they tell me. But so what did you just lock in? Was it uncomfortable for a couple years? I mean, did you the whole time. Yeah, I don't know. I, I don't think as as ready as I always I knew I was going to go to college, right? We sort of in the car. I know I wouldn't about there, but it was coach really uncomfortable even just even when you remove the money from the situation. Right?.

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Like I grew up poor, but not said I was never. I don't remember ever being sad or ever being bored, they well, that's good. Well, I mean, I meant like my parents were not. They were supportive of what I did, but they didn't like they were detached from a day. He'll be right. And I don't know. I think I wished my parents were more detached. They were. They were very attentive even bombs for sure. You know. Because my mom after my brother was boring, she'd she'd never finished. She did like half a year of college and then hitchhiked across the country. Right. So right. Right after my brother was born in her in her mid to late thirties, went back to school. I went straight through and got her PHD. So the whole time I was growing up, she was in school what she got her PHD in social welfare? Yeah. Ended up renting an organization called the child welfare research center out of UC Berkeley still around it is still around yet. Still house there. She's she's retired and and traveling lots. She's living it. She's living. That's great. Dad, just retired to really. He was a bus driver. Oh yeah. That's where he ended up Muny in San Francisco. They handful. It's it's fine. They were trying to get him to stay longer and I basically like get out, it's killing you get, he'd had enough. It was horrible. I mean, you know, it's just driving a bus because havoc on your body and it's and emotionally. It wasn't good. It's a horrible company. He should have burnt it down. It was better. He spent his last years out of prison. Yeah, exactly. Burning down. You're right, you're right. Yeah, so well, that sweet that these two coaches are coming. They must be thrilled. I hope so. But we're they, like, is this sort of thing. We'd always knew you can do good. Did they did they think that you were going to be an athlete? I don't know. I'm not sure whenever I think they, you know what's? What's I think so amazing about folks really dedicate their lives to working with kids that young because it's not really about that. You give them the tools to be an athlete, and I was good. Eventually, I was good. I was, you know, by the time I, I even ran a little bit after college. I thought maybe I could make try the only big trials and stuff like I was really. So you ran in college. I ran all through college and then after college for a little bit. And then once I started having to balance like working job, Andrea, this is not sustainable for me. But what about those people that work with kids? You just, they're, they're, they're, you know, it's not about that. It's about giving them the tools to be successful humans. I think they knew that I would be sick cesspool in whatever I tried to do. And if that was going to be athlete. Cool. I had the tools forever mostly about this is gonna we can get you into college with this. They're all kinds of these are all poor kids from Oakland like this whole team. So you know about really trying to give the says, many sort of avenues for for success as possible. Thank God for those people, God. So did you go to college on a scholarship Ivy league schools don't give any marry base scholarships, so no. But I was recruited by the track team college. This Brown, Rhode Island? Yeah. That's that's already school. It's an art school. Ardi school, but I was who were some of the famous celebrity children that you went to. That's so real. Lucy devito. An incredible actor. Ella Windsor. The Windsor family. Oh, wow. The British Windsor. That's big. Yeah. We live down the hall from each other. But it isn't art school, but you. But you know, I'm coming there from Berkeley High school, so incredibly like right wing to me. Old-timey. So conservative. But no, that's out of the Ivy leagues. That's the groovy one. Yeah, that's what they tell me. But so what did you just lock in? Was it uncomfortable for a couple years? I mean, did you the whole time. Yeah, I don't know. I, I don't think as as ready as I always I knew I was going to go to college, right? We sort of in the car. I know I wouldn't about there, but it was coach really uncomfortable even just even when you remove the money from the situation. Right?.

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Like I grew up poor, but not said I was never. I don't remember ever being sad or ever being bored, they well, that's good. Well, I mean, I meant like my parents were not. They were supportive of what I did, but they didn't like they were detached from a day. He'll be right. And I don't know. I think I wished my parents were more detached. They were. They were very attentive even bombs for sure. You know. Because my mom after my brother was boring, she'd she'd never finished. She did like half a year of college and then hitchhiked across the country. Right. So right. Right after my brother was born in her in her mid to late thirties, went back to school. I went straight through and got her PHD. So the whole time I was growing up, she was in school what she got her PHD in social welfare? Yeah. Ended up renting an organization called the child welfare research center out of UC Berkeley still around it is still around yet. Still house there. She's she's retired and and traveling lots. She's living it. She's living. That's great. Dad, just retired to really. He was a bus driver. Oh yeah. That's where he ended up Muny in San Francisco. They handful. It's it's fine. They were trying to get him to stay longer and I basically like get out, it's killing you get, he'd had enough. It was horrible. I mean, you know, it's just driving a bus because havoc on your body and it's and emotionally. It wasn't good. It's a horrible company. He should have burnt it down. It was better. He spent his last years out of prison. Yeah, exactly. Burning down. You're right, you're right. Yeah, so well, that sweet that these two coaches are coming. They must be thrilled. I hope so. But we're they, like, is this sort of thing. We'd always knew you can do good. Did they did they think that you were going to be an athlete? I don't know. I'm not sure whenever I think they, you know what's? What's I think so amazing about folks really dedicate their lives to working with kids that young because it's not really about that. You give them the tools to be an athlete, and I was good. Eventually, I was good. I was, you know, by the time I, I even ran a little bit after college. I thought maybe I could make try the only big trials and stuff like I was really. So you ran in college. I ran all through college and then after college for a little bit. And then once I started having to balance like working job, Andrea, this is not sustainable for me. But what about those people that work with kids? You just, they're, they're, they're, you know, it's not about that. It's about giving them the tools to be successful humans. I think they knew that I would be sick cesspool in whatever I tried to do. And if that was going to be athlete. Cool. I had the tools forever mostly about this is gonna we can get you into college with this. They're all kinds of these are all poor kids from Oakland like this whole team. So you know about really trying to give the says, many sort of avenues for for success as possible. Thank God for those people, God. So did you go to college on a scholarship Ivy league schools don't give any marry base scholarships, so no. But I was recruited by the track team college. This Brown, Rhode Island? Yeah. That's that's already school. It's an art school. Ardi school, but I was who were some of the famous celebrity children that you went to. That's so real. Lucy devito. An incredible actor. Ella Windsor. The Windsor family. Oh, wow. The British Windsor. That's big. Yeah. We live down the hall from each other. But it isn't art school, but you. But you know, I'm coming there from Berkeley High school, so incredibly like right wing to me. Old-timey. So conservative. But no, that's out of the Ivy leagues. That's the groovy one. Yeah, that's what they tell me. But so what did you just lock in? Was it uncomfortable for a couple years? I mean, did you the whole time. Yeah, I don't know. I, I don't think as as ready as I always I knew I was going to go to college, right? We sort of in the car. I know I wouldn't about there, but it was coach really uncomfortable even just even when you remove the money from the situation. Right?.

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Like I grew up poor, but not said I was never. I don't remember ever being sad or ever being bored, they well, that's good. Well, I mean, I meant like my parents were not. They were supportive of what I did, but they didn't like they were detached from a day. He'll be right. And I don't know. I think I wished my parents were more detached. They were. They were very attentive even bombs for sure. You know. Because my mom after my brother was boring, she'd she'd never finished. She did like half a year of college and then hitchhiked across the country. Right. So right. Right after my brother was born in her in her mid to late thirties, went back to school. I went straight through and got her PHD. So the whole time I was growing up, she was in school what she got her PHD in social welfare? Yeah. Ended up renting an organization called the child welfare research center out of UC Berkeley still around it is still around yet. Still house there. She's she's retired and and traveling lots. She's living it. She's living. That's great. Dad, just retired to really. He was a bus driver. Oh yeah. That's where he ended up Muny in San Francisco. They handful. It's it's fine. They were trying to get him to stay longer and I basically like get out, it's killing you get, he'd had enough. It was horrible. I mean, you know, it's just driving a bus because havoc on your body and it's and emotionally. It wasn't good. It's a horrible company. He should have burnt it down. It was better. He spent his last years out of prison. Yeah, exactly. Burning down. You're right, you're right. Yeah, so well, that sweet that these two coaches are coming. They must be thrilled. I hope so. But we're they, like, is this sort of thing. We'd always knew you can do good. Did they did they think that you were going to be an athlete? I don't know. I'm not sure whenever I think they, you know what's? What's I think so amazing about folks really dedicate their lives to working with kids that young because it's not really about that. You give them the tools to be an athlete, and I was good. Eventually, I was good. I was, you know, by the time I, I even ran a little bit after college. I thought maybe I could make try the only big trials and stuff like I was really. So you ran in college. I ran all through college and then after college for a little bit. And then once I started having to balance like working job, Andrea, this is not sustainable for me. But what about those people that work with kids? You just, they're, they're, they're, you know, it's not about that. It's about giving them the tools to be successful humans. I think they knew that I would be sick cesspool in whatever I tried to do. And if that was going to be athlete. Cool. I had the tools forever mostly about this is gonna we can get you into college with this. They're all kinds of these are all poor kids from Oakland like this whole team. So you know about really trying to give the says, many sort of avenues for for success as possible. Thank God for those people, God. So did you go to college on a scholarship Ivy league schools don't give any marry base scholarships, so no. But I was recruited by the track team college. This Brown, Rhode Island? Yeah. That's that's already school. It's an art school. Ardi school, but I was who were some of the famous celebrity children that you went to. That's so real. Lucy devito. An incredible actor. Ella Windsor. The Windsor family. Oh, wow. The British Windsor. That's big. Yeah. We live down the hall from each other. But it isn't art school, but you. But you know, I'm coming there from Berkeley High school, so incredibly like right wing to me. Old-timey. So conservative. But no, that's out of the Ivy leagues. That's the groovy one. Yeah, that's what they tell me. But so what did you just lock in? Was it uncomfortable for a couple years? I mean, did you the whole time. Yeah, I don't know. I, I don't think as as ready as I always I knew I was going to go to college, right? We sort of in the car. I know I wouldn't about there, but it was coach really uncomfortable even just even when you remove the money from the situation. Right?.

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Like I grew up poor, but not said I was never. I don't remember ever being sad or ever being bored, they well, that's good. Well, I mean, I meant like my parents were not. They were supportive of what I did, but they didn't like they were detached from a day. He'll be right. And I don't know. I think I wished my parents were more detached. They were. They were very attentive even bombs for sure. You know. Because my mom after my brother was boring, she'd she'd never finished. She did like half a year of college and then hitchhiked across the country. Right. So right. Right after my brother was born in her in her mid to late thirties, went back to school. I went straight through and got her PHD. So the whole time I was growing up, she was in school what she got her PHD in social welfare? Yeah. Ended up renting an organization called the child welfare research center out of UC Berkeley still around it is still around yet. Still house there. She's she's retired and and traveling lots. She's living it. She's living. That's great. Dad, just retired to really. He was a bus driver. Oh yeah. That's where he ended up Muny in San Francisco. They handful. It's it's fine. They were trying to get him to stay longer and I basically like get out, it's killing you get, he'd had enough. It was horrible. I mean, you know, it's just driving a bus because havoc on your body and it's and emotionally. It wasn't good. It's a horrible company. He should have burnt it down. It was better. He spent his last years out of prison. Yeah, exactly. Burning down. You're right, you're right. Yeah, so well, that sweet that these two coaches are coming. They must be thrilled. I hope so. But we're they, like, is this sort of thing. We'd always knew you can do good. Did they did they think that you were going to be an athlete? I don't know. I'm not sure whenever I think they, you know what's? What's I think so amazing about folks really dedicate their lives to working with kids that young because it's not really about that. You give them the tools to be an athlete, and I was good. Eventually, I was good. I was, you know, by the time I, I even ran a little bit after college. I thought maybe I could make try the only big trials and stuff like I was really. So you ran in college. I ran all through college and then after college for a little bit. And then once I started having to balance like working job, Andrea, this is not sustainable for me. But what about those people that work with kids? You just, they're, they're, they're, you know, it's not about that. It's about giving them the tools to be successful humans. I think they knew that I would be sick cesspool in whatever I tried to do. And if that was going to be athlete. Cool. I had the tools forever mostly about this is gonna we can get you into college with this. They're all kinds of these are all poor kids from Oakland like this whole team. So you know about really trying to give the says, many sort of avenues for for success as possible. Thank God for those people, God. So did you go to college on a scholarship Ivy league schools don't give any marry base scholarships, so no. But I was recruited by the track team college. This Brown, Rhode Island? Yeah. That's that's already school. It's an art school. Ardi school, but I was who were some of the famous celebrity children that you went to. That's so real. Lucy devito. An incredible actor. Ella Windsor. The Windsor family. Oh, wow. The British Windsor. That's big. Yeah. We live down the hall from each other. But it isn't art school, but you. But you know, I'm coming there from Berkeley High school, so incredibly like right wing to me. Old-timey. So conservative. But no, that's out of the Ivy leagues. That's the groovy one. Yeah, that's what they tell me. But so what did you just lock in? Was it uncomfortable for a couple years? I mean, did you the whole time. Yeah, I don't know. I, I don't think as as ready as I always I knew I was going to go to college, right? We sort of in the car. I know I wouldn't about there, but it was coach really uncomfortable even just even when you remove the money from the situation. Right?.

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Like I grew up poor, but not said I was never. I don't remember ever being sad or ever being bored, they well, that's good. Well, I mean, I meant like my parents were not. They were supportive of what I did, but they didn't like they were detached from a day. He'll be right. And I don't know. I think I wished my parents were more detached. They were. They were very attentive even bombs for sure. You know. Because my mom after my brother was boring, she'd she'd never finished. She did like half a year of college and then hitchhiked across the country. Right. So right. Right after my brother was born in her in her mid to late thirties, went back to school. I went straight through and got her PHD. So the whole time I was growing up, she was in school what she got her PHD in social welfare? Yeah. Ended up renting an organization called the child welfare research center out of UC Berkeley still around it is still around yet. Still house there. She's she's retired and and traveling lots. She's living it. She's living. That's great. Dad, just retired to really. He was a bus driver. Oh yeah. That's where he ended up Muny in San Francisco. They handful. It's it's fine. They were trying to get him to stay longer and I basically like get out, it's killing you get, he'd had enough. It was horrible. I mean, you know, it's just driving a bus because havoc on your body and it's and emotionally. It wasn't good. It's a horrible company. He should have burnt it down. It was better. He spent his last years out of prison. Yeah, exactly. Burning down. You're right, you're right. Yeah, so well, that sweet that these two coaches are coming. They must be thrilled. I hope so. But we're they, like, is this sort of thing. We'd always knew you can do good. Did they did they think that you were going to be an athlete? I don't know. I'm not sure whenever I think they, you know what's? What's I think so amazing about folks really dedicate their lives to working with kids that young because it's not really about that. You give them the tools to be an athlete, and I was good. Eventually, I was good. I was, you know, by the time I, I even ran a little bit after college. I thought maybe I could make try the only big trials and stuff like I was really. So you ran in college. I ran all through college and then after college for a little bit. And then once I started having to balance like working job, Andrea, this is not sustainable for me. But what about those people that work with kids? You just, they're, they're, they're, you know, it's not about that. It's about giving them the tools to be successful humans. I think they knew that I would be sick cesspool in whatever I tried to do. And if that was going to be athlete. Cool. I had the tools forever mostly about this is gonna we can get you into college with this. They're all kinds of these are all poor kids from Oakland like this whole team. So you know about really trying to give the says, many sort of avenues for for success as possible. Thank God for those people, God. So did you go to college on a scholarship Ivy league schools don't give any marry base scholarships, so no. But I was recruited by the track team college. This Brown, Rhode Island? Yeah. That's that's already school. It's an art school. Ardi school, but I was who were some of the famous celebrity children that you went to. That's so real. Lucy devito. An incredible actor. Ella Windsor. The Windsor family. Oh, wow. The British Windsor. That's big. Yeah. We live down the hall from each other. But it isn't art school, but you. But you know, I'm coming there from Berkeley High school, so incredibly like right wing to me. Old-timey. So conservative. But no, that's out of the Ivy leagues. That's the groovy one. Yeah, that's what they tell me. But so what did you just lock in? Was it uncomfortable for a couple years? I mean, did you the whole time. Yeah, I don't know. I, I don't think as as ready as I always I knew I was going to go to college, right? We sort of in the car. I know I wouldn't about there, but it was coach really uncomfortable even just even when you remove the money from the situation. Right?.

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Was the first hip hop artist crack the billboard twenty store accomplishment for a rap artists at that time and he was the first west coast artist to do that tell us about his life oh how started out of way was born we come some value on the west coast of course and how he got cooled into this game mr larry glenn captain how you doing today my brother who's doing good man i'm doing real good all right and i want to say hello everybody out there beautiful and we want to say happy new year to you and hope new year starting off well and we're going to get right into the viewers out there view is our listeners rather would like to know exactly how captain wrap that started in hip hop and basically we're going to take away up to our long interview we're going to start from your birth take it all the way up to what you're doing now larry captain rep on disco daddy's wide world of hip hopping on the floor of my brother okay so i was born and raised in oakland a lot of people don't know that but i was born and raised in california and i spent the majority of youth up until i was a teenager in berkeley california so i know a lot about earthly i think berkeley was the area that kind of made me who i am living in berkeley kelly with everything that was going packing sixties and seventies influence to basically is very liberal very very very liberal or town because of the college and what influenced by well you know what i run i went to berkeley high school in berkeley.

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on The Rusty Humphries Rebellion

"Confront an active shooter we don't want to be at the mercy of you know somebody that's intent on doing harm refused to be to be that person in the wake of the stoneman douglas high school shooting the idea of arming teachers has sparked outrage and is supposed to have a kevlar vest am i supposed to strap it to my leg or put it in my desk i don't believe teachers should be armed believe teachers should but in some mostly rural communities across the country the idea of arming teachers is welcomed even by some students like this freshman and junior at cal berkeley high school who asked that we not identify them i don't feel like they're gonna throw me in any way i feel like if someone came in that i know that they're going to handle it so i i feel really safe knowing that i can come to school in if there's like an incident that does happen that they'll be able to protect us out of the roughly one thousand school districts across the state of texas there are about one hundred seventy that have a policy of allowing teachers or administrators to carry a firearm on campus good here in the small town of cows berg their guardian program was implemented about four years ago in large part because the city doesn't have a local police department they rely on county sheriff's and in the county this large it can take many minutes for those deputies to respond to something like a shooting scene inside a school clugston says the schools guardian force undergoes active shooter scenario training once a year and routine target practice at gun ranges but critics say that isn't enough the school officer at stoneman douglas who was trained far more extensively waited outside the building as the gunman unleashed a deadly massacre steve clugston is convinced that if his guardians face the same ordeal they won't flinch yeah we're trying to put our teachers in a position.

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NKorean diplomat heads to Finland for talks with US, SKorea

01:50 min | 3 years ago

NKorean diplomat heads to Finland for talks with US, SKorea

"A paper ballot with eight names on it those names include vladimir putin who seeking a fourth term that would leave him in power until twenty twenty four the main point of suspense how many russians will turn out a lot of voters say they're bored after eighteen years of putin others are choosing to skip what one voter called assure aid mary louise kelley npr news moscow representatives from the us north korea and south korea are meeting in finland the bbc's laura becker reports they're expected to prepare for a possible meeting between president trump and north korean leader kim jong un the meeting will include a senior north korean diplomat who's responsible for north american affairs we can ill was spotted at beijing international airport boarding a flight for finland the south korean government would only confirm it was sending a delegation and that the meeting would involve a north korean official and former us officials and experts it comes nine days after president trump agreed to meet kim jong although north korea has so far failed comment on the potential summit the bbc's lar becker meanwhile a summit of southeast asian leaders today called on pyongyang to halt its nuclear missile activities this is npr and from k weedy news i'm tiffany cam high we've been keeping an eye on the hotly contested fifteenth district state assembly race in the east bay on this week's candidate profile cake guy marzorati talks with berkeley school board member judy appel you don't have to talk with julia appel for long to figure out what issue she's emphasizing in this crowded field of candidates i'm just deeply immersed in educational policy and in education which is really my sweet spot and this election my number one priority is education so my first piece of legislation will be around education the.

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"berkeley high school" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"berkeley high school" Discussed on No Agenda

"Importantly the paper analyzes unpublished data held by pharmaceutical companies and shows that the funding of studies by these companies does not influence the result thus confirming that the clinical usefulness of these drugs is not affected by pharma sponsored spin okay the and if you believe that you're an idiot is what they should have put at the very end back to school shooting we have a situation in berkeley high apparently we have a uh same sizes parkland how many dummy officers were parkland do member was the one guy right the guy when commended as couple of just hanging around the add one school resource officer for three thousand kids and three deputies who showed up and also stood behind the car i thought the numbers were interesting because here's burke high store a story and you can play them now i want you to stop it up when i must tell you to stop it i i could accept wwii buddy didn't or who have high school is about to lose two of its campus security officers because of budget cuts district later said they don't think the move will jeopardise students safety but students tell k to be is rob roth and i think it will well many schools nationwide or discussing ways to increase security in the wake of the mass shooting in florida berkeley high school security force is bound to decrease the reason budget cuts students a baths of bad move the threats idea because what.

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