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Montana governor tests positive for COVID-19
"The governor of Montana is isolating after testing positive for coded nineteen the Republican governor of Montana Greg Gianforte has tested positive for Corbett nineteen the state recently expanded coronavirus vaccine eligibility to adults sixteen and over engine four day received his first dose of vaccine Thursday at a pharmacy in Helena his office released a statement Monday saying that after experiencing mild symptoms a day earlier he was tested out of an abundance of caution the governor's canceled in person events and they'll be isolated well he works from home in Bozeman the governor lifted a statewide mask mandate in mid February it had been in place since last July G. forty had recently been in the news after he tried to kill the wolf outside Yellowstone National Park I received a warning from Montana fish wildlife and parks department for not having gone through a state required wolf trapping certification course I'm Jennifer king
Chadwick Boseman earns posthumous best actor Oscar nomination
"Starring opposite Viola Davis and Ma Rainey's Black bottom. Bozeman competes in the best actor category with Riz Ahmed for sound of metal Anthony Hopkins in the Father, Gary Oldman in Bank and Steven Young for Minori. This actress nominees are Carrie Mulligan for promising young woman, Frances McDormand for Nomad land by all the Davis Iban Rainey's black bottom, but Kirby for pieces of a woman and Andra Day in the United States vs Billie Holiday. I'm Oscar Wells Gabriel. The nominees for Best picture are the Father, Judas and the Black
Montana's Governor Says Conceal-Carry Law Bolsters Self-Defense Rights
"Will soon be able to carry concealed firearms on campus without a permit. Yellowstone Public Radio's Kevin traveling reports. Montana State University. Senior Chance kind is on his way out the door of his Bozeman apartment, keys, wallet phone, double checking My knife pens. My pencils Got a Glock has is the case Most times kind is in public. He's carrying a concealed Glock 19 pistol in his jeans. Practically muscle memory for the 22 year old to grab heading out the door. We've interest to get some groceries. Thank you. Yeah, but one place he can't carry a concealed gun, His college campus. At least until June. 1st when the new law goes into effect at state universities, a third generation Montana and from a farm and ranch area kind of grew up around guns. After shopping for groceries, he breaks down in brushes his pistol. Well, looks like we're actually pretty. Clinton's students who carry on campus will need to finish the hunters, education or basic gun safety course. Kind, says he's practice, drawing his pistol in front of his bathroom mirror, something he hasn't had to do for real after carrying for 2.5 years, and I thank God every day for that kind, says his father, a former sheriff's deputy taught him to take care of himself and others to be the first line of defense. In case there's an active shooter situation. For example, you are the hidden protector. You're not looking for a fight. But you're willing to finish it. Montana's new governor, Greg Jean Forte, is a friend to gun rights advocates as the state's first Republican executive and 16 years he's starting to enact long held conservative priorities. The right of the people. Keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. During a bill signing ceremony last week, GM 40 railed against gun control measures recently proposed by President Joe Biden said the new concealed carry law bolster self defense rights. Montana University system, and most Democratic state lawmakers oppose the bill, fearing it could lead to accidents and more students harming themselves on campus. Montana has the nation's third highest suicide rate, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Studies have consistently found that suicide risk increases with access to guns. So this is like the main lobby area where a lot of people like Tonto Hang out. Do homework knew our worries MSU freshman and dorm resident Daisy Cory, who's loving her college experience, but just the thought of someone having a gun in the dining hall when I'm just trying to eat a sandwich. Good morning. That's scary. If there's a dispute, she says she won't feel safe next fall. Knowing students may have guns in the library or one of her philosophy class is their signs on the front door that say no nicotine. No tobacco, But you're allowing 18 year olds have guns who are drinking on the weekends and are living with a bunch of people. It's totally crazy to me, Corey says. Hearing about the concealed carry bill unearthed trauma from her childhood in Colorado and age 13. She says she was playing Jenga alone with a friend when he took his own life with a handgun in front of her. Now. Cory says she's considering transferring from MSU. She's hopeful the Montana University system will challenge the new law in court, but Deputy Commissioner Kevin McRae thinks that's unlikely. Instead, he says, the Board of Regents will probably implemented law with an eye toward the 10 states that currently allow students to carry guns on campus. But even the areas that we look to for best practices there are different nuances that Keep this sort of uncharted water and knew. For example, McCrae says, Montana will be the only state to allow 18 year olds to carry guns in dorms for NPR News and Kevin traveling in Helena.
Chadwick Boseman's widow gives moving acceptance speech as actor wins Golden Globe
"A Golden Globe last night on his wife gave a touching an emotional acceptance speech on behalf of the late actor. His wife accepted his Golden Globe for best actor in a motion picture drama, and she opened up her speech by saying Chadwick would like to thank God and his parents. She also mentions Bozeman team, both of them on and off the set. She's had a lot of nice things and enclosing she said That we have to take all the moments to celebrate those who we love. So thank you for the opportunity to do exactly that. We could
Golden Globes 2021: Complete list of winners and nominees
"Globe awards The night also honor the late child. Chadwick Boseman. David Daniel has the highlights from the 78 Golden Globe Awards. Even with stupid things. Inclusivity is important. And there are no black members of the Hollywood foreign press host Tina Fey in New York and Amy Poehler in Los Angeles began the 78th Golden Globe Awards, chiding the H F P A, which promised a more inclusive future, then gave the night's first two awards to black actors Daniel Columbia for Judas in the Black Messiah and John Boyega for small acts. What are you kidding me? I think you made a mistake. No mistake. Jodie Foster won her first competitive Golden Globe and nearly 30 years. Best motion picture supporting actress for the Mauritanian. Thank you. Secrecy for making the show in Canada. Thank you. Apartment looking for seriously. Catherine O'Hara's husband, Beau Welles played her off as she accepted best actress in a TV, musical or comedy for Shits Creek, which also won best TV series, musical or comedy, also winning a pair of big awards. Nomad Land Best motion picture drama and best director for Chloe Jiao. Just the second woman to win that award. Borat. Subsequent movie film, Best Motion Picture, musical or comedy and Best actor for Sasha, Baron Cohen and the Queen's Gambit, Best TV movie or Limited Syriza and best actress in that category for Anya Taylor Joy Thank you so much. Emma Korans Wind kicked off a huge night for the crown. She Josh O'Connor and Gillian Anderson all one Golden Globes for the series, which was also named best TV series drama. I Love all of you so much, And just like Andra Day was overcome winning best actress in a motion picture drama for the United States, vs Billie Holiday, and Possibly the Night's most emotional moment came when Chadwick, Bozeman's widow accepted his award for best actor in a motion picture drama for Ma Rainey's Black bottom. She was thank God He wouldn't think his parents he would think his ancestors for their guidance in their sacrifices in Hollywood. I'm David Daniel. Had on daybreak. We are going to chat more
Chadwick Boseman gets posthumous SAG nominations
"Has made history, becoming the first person to receive four nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Awards. Bozeman was nominated for outstanding performance by a male actor in a leading role for Ma Rainey's Black bottom. And for a male actor in a supporting role for the movie to five Bloods. Those air his final two films. Both men also received two nominations when both movies were nominated for outstanding performance in a cast by emotion Picture the Screen Actor Guild Awards are Sunday, April 4, So
Chadwick Boseman earns 2 nominations for NAACP Image Awards
"A popular actor who died last year was in line for some posthumous awards Chadwick Boseman's final two movies have earned him nominations at the end of laci P. image awards he has been nominated for his acting in ma Rainey's black bottom and the five bloods Bozeman who starred in Black Panther died last summer of colon cancer at age forty three his work in those last two movies have gotten increased attention since his death both movies also nominated for Best Picture at the image awards other nominees for Best Picture include one night in Miami that boys for life and jingle jangle AT Christmas story the ceremony is set for March twenty seventh and will air on CBS I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' could put Chadwick Boseman in select Oscar company
"Film is called Ma Rainey's Black bottom. It premieres on Netflix. Michelle Pelino has more Ma Rainey's black finding premieres on Netflix, starring Viola Davis, says the title character and Chadwick Boseman in his final performance. The film is based on the 1982 August Wilson play. It takes Place one single afternoon in Chicago, 19. 27 in its studio where the great blues singer has come to make a record will be ready to go in 15 minutes already going, Madam says. We're ready to go, and that's way go around here. Tensions rise between rainy and her ambitious horn player played by Bozeman, who has big dreams, but racial unrest at the time, feed their frustrations. The film is dedicated to Bozeman, who died in August set 43 of colon cancer. Movie
Chadwick Boseman honored with 'Hero for the Ages' award at MTV Movie and TV Awards
"Touching night at the MTV movie and TV awards ceremony. More from CBS is Debra Rodriguez. What happens now? Relate Chadwick Boseman was honored with MTV s hero for the ages award for films like Black Panther. On Keitel and Robert Downey Jr presented virtually Mr Boseman truly embodied what it meant to be a superhero. The way he lived his life united people behind a higher purpose, and that will be his legacy. Bozeman died of colon cancer in August. He was 43 Deborah Rodriguez CBS
Chadwick Boseman honored with 'Hero for the Ages' award at MTV Movie & TV Awards
"Well, the late Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman is getting a posthumous honor. Bozeman was honored at the MTV movie and TV awards. Greatest of all time on Sunday night. Bozeman is the recipient of the hero for all ages award. Those men died earlier this year of cancer at the age of 83. Let's
Chadwick Boseman to Receive MTV Hero for the Ages Award
"Start? Chadwick Boseman may have passed away in August, but he's a hero for the ages. In fact, that's the posthumous honor he'll get at MTV Movie and TV awards Sunday night. Bozeman's fellow Avengers, Robert Downey Jr. And Don Cheadle will present the award.
Art exhibit in Chadwick Boseman's hometown honors legacy
"In memory of Black Panther's star Chadwick Boseman more than two dozen artists offering interpretations of Bozeman in the actor's hometown of Anderson. City hopes to keep the outdoor exhibit open at least a year. Bozeman died two months ago from colon Cancer Unit Han ABC
Art exhibit in Chadwick Boseman's hometown honors legacy
"Boseman died two months ago from colon cancer. Millions of fans mourned, but maybe none. So deeply is the residence of his hometown of Anderson, South Carolina. Artists there have taken up their brushes to help themselves and others cope with the loss. They've created a new exhibit featuring more than a dozen local artist offering their interpretations of Chadwick. Bozeman's likeness. Among those artists is
Chadwick Boseman died without a will, wife files a probate case
"Chadwick Boseman is asking a judge to make her an administrator with limited authority of his estate. Taylor Simone, lead word found a probate case in Los Angeles yesterday, According to court documents. Bozeman died without a legal will. The estimated value of the Black Panther star is $930,500. Disney is
Sienna Miller says Chadwick Boseman gave up part of his pay to boost hers
"Sienna Miller opened up about working with the late Chadwick Bozeman on twenty one bridges sharing that he took a pay cut so she could be paid more. The actor said, this was a pretty big budget film and I asked for a number of the studio wouldn't get too. She's sad chadwick ended up donating some of his salary to get her to the number she asked for and told her she deserved to be paid siennas sad that his generosity was astounding and something she had never experienced sweet story
Chadwick Boseman Mural Unveiled at Downtown Disney
"Mural of Chadwick Boseman. King Chad Mural shows the late Marvel star giving a young child who's wearing a black panther mask and a hospital gown. The Wakanda salute artist Nicholas Smith said Creating the mural was a full circle moment as his last two projects as a Disney Imagineer were working on the Children's Hospital project and Avengers campus. Bozeman died last month following a battle with colon cancer. Mariah Carey is opening up about her childhood. In a new interview with
Chadwick Boseman Mural Unveiled at Downtown Disney
"Disneyland's downtown Disney Shopping District in California is now displaying a mural of Chadwick Boseman, the king. Chad mural shows the late Marvel star giving a young child who's wearing a black panther mask and a hospital gown. The Wakanda salute artist Nicholas Smith said Creating the mural was a full circle moment as his last two projects as a Disney Imagineer. We're working on the Children's Hospital Project and Avengers campus. Bozeman died last month following a battle with colon cancer.
Chadwick Boseman buried near South Carolina hometown
"Boseman was buried near his South Carolina hometown six days after he died at his home in Los Angeles that from a death certificate obtained today by the AP. The Black Panther's star was laid to rest September 3rd at Welfare Baptist Church Cemetery in Belton, South Carolina. That's about 11 miles from Bozeman's home town of Anderson. They held a public memorial for Bozeman. A day later in Anderson, Very few outside of his family knew that Bozeman was fighting colon cancer. He played Black Panther in four Marvel movies. He started the Jackie Robinson biopic 42. He also portrayed James Brown and Thurgood Marshall in films. Chadwick Boseman was 43.
"bozeman" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Second segment with Andrew and continuing our discussion from part one. Night in the nineteen seventies Andrew Bozeman Reverend, Andrew Bozeman was an award winning winning advertising, copywriter and producer for such clients as McDonald's wiser beer and Coca Cola in the nineteen eighties, he was introduced. A PC's taught himself programming and became a consultant in the nineteen nineties became the project director of Technology Training for this city and county of San Francisco where he was responsible for overseeing the technology training for the city's thirty thousand employees now at the age seventy, he looks forward with excitement to a new phase of high activity in his life. He was ordained as a minister in nineteen eighty two. In one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety, he became a senior minister of the Church of Amran in San Francisco metaphysical. Ministry promoted the principle that all religions are true that practiced. When practiced in their purity. You left the church in two thousand one and retired from the city to take his ministry to the streets. He then founded the Southeast Sector Community Development Corporation. It's S S. CDC a nonprofit corporation in San Francisco's Bayview. Hunters point where he is a community activist, working on behalf of an economically depressed in environmentally exploited minorities, minority citizens and raising the awareness of new thought spiritual teachings. In two thousand nine, he founded Bozeman Development. Group A for Profit Company to Augment His nonprofit and dedicated to emerging spiritual empowerment with economic development. Bozeman Development Group is an African American Publishing and multimedia production company dedicated to the spiritual psychological and economic elevation of more than forty million African Americans, living in United States of America his objective is to create and market products designed to support African Americans in eliminating the negative effects of racism elevating self. Esteem generating entrepreneurial. Endeavors rebuilding African. American, communities, building and promoting African American.
"bozeman" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"Now here's your host Dr Cheryl Shire. Our guest. This evening is Reverend Andrew. Bozeman this is the first segment of two part discussion with Andrew in in the nineteen seventies. Andrew Bozeman Reverend, Andrew Bozeman, was an award winning advertising, copywriter and producer for such clients as McDonald's wiser beer and Coca Cola. In the one thousand nine hundred eighty S. he was introduced to PC's. taught himself programming and became a consultant in the nineteen ninety S, he became the project director of Technology Training for the city and county of San Francisco where he was responsible for overseeing the technology training for the city's thirty thousand employees now at age seventy, he looks forward with excitement to a new phase of high activity in his life. He was ordained as a minister in nineteen eighty two. In nine hundred ninety, he became a senior minister of the Church of Amazon in San Francisco a metaphysical ministry, which promoted the principle that all religions are true that practiced. When practiced in their purity. You left the church in two thousand one and retired from the city to take his ministry to the streets. He then founded the southeast. Sector Community Development Corporation. It's. S., CDC a nonprofit corporation in San. Francisco's Bayview hunters point where he is a community activists working on behalf of an economically depressed in environmentally exploited minorities, minority citizens and raising the awareness of new thought spiritual teachings. In two thousand nine, he founded Bozeman Development. Group A for Profit Company to augment his nonprofit and dedicated to merging spiritual empowerment with economic development. Bozeman Development Group is an African American. Publishing and multimedia production company dedicated to the spiritual psychological and economic allegation of more than forty million. African Americans living in United States of America. His objective is to create and market products designed to support African Americans in eliminating the negative effects of racism elevating self esteem generating entrepreneurial. Endeavors rebuilding African American communities, building and promoting African American. COMMERCIAL CENTERS TO REVITALIZE THE AFRICAN, American economy and improving their quality of life become Andrew. Thank you so much for coming in and being our guest. This afternoon and I've I've given your wonderful introduction and telling the viewers who you are and what you've been doing for Your Life Long Passion and purpose. And I think it was probably I'm guessing maybe ten plus years ago when I first met you through the through the signs of Mine Church I'm guessing. The welcome, two thousand one. I guess so yeah. But thank you for here and I'd I'd love you to share. Where you're from and and how you got here. Basically okay I'm originally from Chicago.
"bozeman" Discussed on Revision Path
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"bozeman" Discussed on Revision Path
"Lot of times to Lee way are the outcomes. Will we define ourselves by the outcomes of our project and a lot of times a lot? It's not because something fell through allowed comes. It's not our fault it's just it's external factors so I think it's important for me to also find your way into other things and I feel like maybe I do find more control in any kind of putting more my some of that same maybe not more but at least some of that same energy that I put into for work things that I will still put in or side project or if I want to like a I call them paint parties by paint. Carney's it's just me painting on my floor by myself so Arado. I really do think that there is joy on all around us. I think it's just are sometimes kind of feel scheduled or like our responsibility but in living in a world where things are so crazy and things do move around so fast schedule. Misao thirty or trying to keep up a thing. I just WANNA correct. Well Hey if I have to schedule time for me to like live in if I put on my calendar go have fun been less do but I find joy my friends and also I find a lot of joy going to concerts to seeing live music. So that's something that I don't think I'll ever get tired out so I'm always at somebody sponsored. That's something I can keep up. What advice would you give to somebody that wants to break into the AD Industry today? I'd say okay cool. I'm glad that I'm so happy enough. Seen in As an option I think that there are resources and I think also too. It's interesting now they'd be like the game is.
"bozeman" Discussed on Revision Path
"When you first started? I think I wish I would've known how quickly things move. And how things should things as far as like projects almost to like making me here today and gone. Mar it very. It's such an interesting thing on. It's such an interesting on career choice because you are investing yourself. So like my creatively panel. emotionally a little bit and mentally straining physically. You can be very tired. So you're putting all his energy and then into a thing that's not even necessarily always research so project can still fall through. Budget can be like. Oh we're not going to do this or they can be like. Oh we're GONNA hold it's for later or will. We don't have the resources to do that right now. We're GONNA go hand table it. There's just so many factors that go into everything and way more factors and I think that people realize every time you see a really good commercial on TV. Now I actually like applauded and I I respected because there are just so many factors that played into having great work. Get out there. So it's just kinda part but that's something I really respect. How do you make time for joy? I may time for joy by. I think keeping to the things that I still WANNA do. Regardless I've learned that this job can be very stressful. There can be a lot of projected stress. It can be very like Russia's restlessness this but I think what gives me joy at the end of the day and then I go home and sleep is my relationships with people friendships with people and knowing how much does matter to me and so we'll bring me. Joy think is doing whatever I can to maintain a and to kind of commit myself or be commended to still honoring the things that I still love to do inside and actively making time for those things so it can be kind of tough. We feel like you're super swamped. Have a lot of things going on and a lot of projects but I think it's possible just like a little cranny. A lot of things are possible. Just like okay. We'll let me move around so I can kind of absence face and also to what I've been realizing lately she's sometimes solitude and sometimes also like just kind of taking a step back and just kind of finding joy and peace in awesome replenishing yourself. I think a.
"bozeman" Discussed on Revision Path
"So of course I was probably looking at the art schools before looking at the jobs but so that tells you right there but I found Google search. I was like looking through our school and then up popped up to different things. It was the Portfolio Center. And then the great circus and I remember reading because as I was doing like the job search or like as working descriptions for the PR JOBS. It was interesting because aren't director. Never be that far. Because it's still all in communications and so I would always see that job position that job role and I'm just like wow. That sounds so limit without any sound. Right up my alley. But I don't know how you know. How would I become art director? That doesn't make any sense like that's really cool on how people get into whatever. Once I found the circus I was looking balance. Basically I was just like oh. This is the two year program. Learn how to be an art director. I said that sounds what exactly what I WANNA do. And so I remember. I had like I found it. I thought about it like I prayed on it and I sent my parents really long text morning and I was just like hey. I found this school. I wasn't planning to go right back to school. Brat found the school in Atlanta and I been there and I think I think it's legit. I get this thing. I really want to do something I'm really interested in. What do you guys think? Basically and they just like I mean okay crazy girl so like that's fine. We're like okay so like I was like I was the one who is like really stressing I don't know. Hopefully it'll be okay with it. Xyz maybe you assign and so for that. I'm very thankful that I just now it's hard I think it's hard really for anyone to kind of Tell their parents stock especially after we just spent on this money in a four year university that Hey I'm gonNA propose school where Awesome Mind You. You don't get a degree in just certificate end. It's Kinda crazy it's like okay. So we're about more money back in the schooling. You technically don't get another degree in China. Explain them Look like still like. There's like a ninety nine percent like placement ninety five ninety nine percent placement rate after graduation. I think it'd be great. So yes. They helped drive that way ever since then and Even before I am still now so for that. I'm very grateful another fats on very much so a privilege that I don't take lightly so I wanna go back to the the creative circus but even before then you kind of glossed a little bit over the fact that you went to such a prestigious. Hbu FOR UNDERGRAD went university. Yeah those were some of the best years of my life. So far I bat where actually gain to be Ashley I think. I've grown up in predominantly white institutions places in schools. My mom was the one who actually really pushed for that. She was very adamant in. Hey I know that like obviously like we couldn't help like by school edition so much like what you were in high school and stuff. But she's like if you decide to go to h you just now that this is probably one of the only times your life you'll be super on many beautifully like educated Brown and black just like you and you just won't necessarily get that opportunity anywhere else and the more I thought about. It was interesting. I was a little nervous that was actually going into Hampton. I was worried that maybe I wasn't quote unquote. You know I didn't necessarily have a lot of black friends growing up and I you know technically was almost faces necessarily didn't know all the music and things like that. Of course I was still like with my family and stuff but you know it's still not the same if you don't have like a core group of friends and stuff in high school and things like that so it just whether fame and so I was a little worried about that but honestly turned out that there are a lot of Ashley at Hampton and it was fantastic and I think I wonder about La but that fear was projected. Fear that had. It was never anything that actually happened. They were so place for me as a place to someone who grew up in all black schools entire life. Actually that kind of flowing into Hampton was more way more than I thought it would be but yet Hampton was an incredible experience. I have lifelong friends. Bridesmaids probably made of honors. Like I just have some of my best friends. I'll have for the rest of my life and I just love author to I think the two I came into terms of also celebrated just who I am and also being black and like how much like how much power there isn't that. So Hampton taught me a lot of that. Well that's really exciting. An interesting to even Consented into some of the art to I notice growing up actually drew more white linen. More people who probably were of a black ethnicity and it was interesting. The kind of thing on my sketchbooks up change to buy just being introduced that also like again. It's important to know like what's important to child even just growing up as a teenager. You know what you see. And what's your perception something and how much that affect you but it was crazy how that was affecting on art and how. I never really drew. Girls necessarily look like me but now like he asked me today. That's all I do. It's very very very interesting to see how just that influence. But I think that it ha- hormone and I think that. I think that that was probably the best decision I could have made. And that's one of the best students I've made like flat out in line twenty six years. So you're making an interesting point there about HPC's I mean so. I went to me you also. I went to Morehouse and Hvac us. In general are I mean and maybe this is just a speaking as they're very warm comforting like opening spaces. Everyone I don't know if people that don't know the Hvac you experience or just aren't familiar with ABC's in general really see that but like it's unique sort of family thing. I think one just among students and alums AD particular school but also between. Hec You graduate. Students and alums of other schools like we see like a certain like kinship and other people that went to ABC News. I don't know that that kind of makes sense or not but but it's interesting 'cause you said your mom kind of really wanted to go there to soak up that culture. I'm curious to know like because Hampton has such a a well-known designed program. I mean we've had several people on the show who have graduated from Hampton. Went onto graduate school. Actually you mentioned the creative Circus Nikita. Pope she's a happy Grad. What was the program like therefore you like? Do you feel like it really prepared. You got out.
"bozeman" Discussed on Revision Path
"Designed kind of a big part of your childhood growing up. You grew up in Milwaukee from what you told me before we started recording was designed kind of a big part of your growing up see no not necessarily designed but more so just art. It's interesting I'm five and over. My parents are superstar. My Dad Engineer. My Mom's always been great at math and science and so I feel like I came out and I was just like this little light. Hey let's draw so I just always thought likely what happened? How did I get that gene? But it's fine. I think what's interesting too is now that actually like sitting here and talking about it. I think because of my dad's job we moved around quite a bit and by moving around like we probably lived around almost every three years so I was constantly going to new school in new states and trying always like the new kid but I think I found comfort in our. I think that was something. That wasn't reliant upon somebody else so if I were to move like that summer or something like I still draw. It was something to keep me occupied. It was something that I really enjoy weight seeing a picture and then trying to you know then bring it to paper saw. That was something I think you know. Kinda like all kids do but then I noticed that. That was one thing that I really kept with so my kept with her throughout middle school. I catch throughout high school. I didn't actually through college which I had been realized like. Oh maybe I should have majored in art. Maybe they should have been thing but I still took like. I literally take an art class every single semester and other only one semester. I didn't and I literally can feel the difference on. I just didn't feel the same. So that's when I realized okay. This is probably going to be a part of me forever. So yeah we're your parents really supportive. If you're going into art like that. They wonder they were and I thank them all the time. And I'm just so appreciative. They've always been super Always been very supportive in that. I always say left or right. After I had graduated from Hamson I had gotten a degree arm in public relations which are still really liked. But you know I just. I don't know there was something about where I was just like. Okay I basically many deliverance out. That said okay so I'm job hunting looking for PR job right you know. I'm willing to take our classes on the side because I think there's something really important to me so I was looking for jobs in different cities and I looked in Atlanta and.
"bozeman" Discussed on Revision Path
"Problem in the brief can be solved or or something to be showcased in the best way possible. And now this this brief document that you get this coming. I'm assuming this is coming from the client. Or is this someone else's kind of putting this information together for you? Yeah so internally. We have our strategists so our strategists are the ones who have worked with the client and then they were on their own research and insights to develop a kind like. Yeah just kind of like a resource. It'll give US INSIGHTS. It'll have like actual problem. They're trying this all. It'll have a target demographic about win. Were trying to do said thing. Having a time line may be important events that are happening around that time to that then they kind of all like compiled together to kind of create. This kind of like you know. She usually like about five or six page long document that we can also thin used to kind of go back to to kind of make. Sure that whatever ideas we do come up with. They fit the brief and they set that target off and they fit the platform that they asked US create on. Yeah it's kind of a mix a lot of desktop internally but they definitely have to use bindings and have these conversations of clients to make sure that has to go now from what I heard you were the first black woman. Higher there as a creative in the history of the agency is that true yes. So let's actually pretty crazy in really crazy. Considering I started in two thousand eighteen remember beginning on twenty eighteen and I think I didn't find that out probably like at least like a year a half a year and a half maybe into my career here but so it was kind of like a shock but I think also to something that was also really exciting and I think that like my friends and like my parents. Especially my Mama's China heightened me up about where I think initially I felt like kind of scared. You know you kind of you're worried like okay. I don't know who I really asked to be the first but something. My mom always says is slow. Somebody has to be the first. So can you so? I think that things like that are also just so important when it comes to just kind of remembering like your place and then again knocks take it as a negative purchase. The know that light. Hey this is pretty exciting restarting things and you know somebody has to do it. And all of us are more than capable in being that person who are some of the brands our clients that you've been able to work with. When I first started out I primarily was working on land lakes butter so I know a lot of unnecessary facts about butter which is so funny with create is located especially in the AD industry like everybody knows wild things about wild like a random begs like. It's just so interesting so I know a lot of things about Aaron were combined for almost a year and then last year. I did a lot of work for discover card okay. I'm a little knowledgeable actually in credit cards. So that's kind of exciting this year and at the end of last year too. I been on more Oreo work. Which has been fun and exciting and then a lot of different other things as we were pitching or old old navy Out that Sun and that was really fun and like so many that they literally have go back and forth and working on on. Penske now I've done. Ups Ritz crackers. That worked on that for a while. So there's definitely a lot of ran for the had the opportunity to tax year which has been fantastic but then also to. We also just have a lot of brands do that on. I'm excited to hopefully touch this year. Like door dash on Carmax and things like that so yeah it's just kind of changes in. It's nice because I'm never just one thing usually on things so that meant especially when you have like a mind. That's like literally all over the place it's nice to be able to debris your energy into other pat path rather than just one. Is there a zero specific type of client? You enjoy working with because I would imagine in an Ad Agency. You're working with like you just mentioned all these different clients. They're in all these different. Industries is a lot of variety there. Yeah they are. Yeah there is. It's interesting too because I think I find that. Like not that almost changes. Sometimes I think there's been parts of every client that I've worked on so far that I really really have enjoyed a really rely. I think Oreos really fun because they are kind of design having an I do love to die and they also really love big ideas. So that's kind of like a really fun place to kind of come up with these larger ideas but I think also too. I really love projects that are used their platform to kind of spread a larger message. And I think that that's something that's really nice because it's kind a few and far between a lot of times. People just want to make sure that the brand or their products place. I which I totally understand I think at the same time I also love. Love love when a client can tap into an issue that is relatable for them appropriate for them and they want to do something about it and I think that's really fun. I think that's what gets me most excited when I get free. Unprecedented that now. I have to ask this question because you spent a lot of time talking about really sort of kind of the great things about your job and what it is that you do but what still worse thing about being an art director of the Agency. Say the worst thing would prob honestly. I think you can ask any our director this. I'm pretty sure the same thing I think. The death of every art director is making comes in making conce literally just the art of basically intense hours of voter shopping and searching for images and like. Let's say like you've come up with this grand idea you said Okay. We WanNa make a truck that has like a slide on the back of it and of course every client is just like okay. I don't know if that means that looks like so again. That's our job so now we have to find truck. I'm going like getty and search will be saying. Find the perfect trump than photoshop. That trucks make oreo brand. Let's say and then like like a giant Lindmeyer find another image of sly that still fits and then still have. It looks somewhat realistic. So I think that part can just be just such a time consuming thing because you can search for pictures for hours and you can get like stuck in like this whole hours and so. I think that that might be the most difficult part. Because how can you move fast but then awesome make something look as Nice so I think that's something I've really worked on this year to my speed with an offer to my craft and making sure that those two things go together so that can just be a little time consuming but like I said I think a lot of.
"bozeman" Discussed on Revision Path
"Bozeman an art director at the Martin Agency in Richmond Virginia. Let's start the show right so tell us who you are and what you do high so my name is Ashley Bozeman. I N an art director here at the mortgage interest located in Richmond Virginia. So as far as like title magical roles so basically I were in the creative department added creative Ad Agency. I'm usually paired with a copywriter and together. We are the ones who were briefed and tasked to basically come up with ideas for campaigns commercial. Social Coast really anything. You can think it's our job to basically come up with that creative idea. And then specifically as art director at my job to rematch like visually. So how does that look? Who is being represented you know? What a colored choices where the style choices cinematographer no working with directors and things like that but we basically just. We're the ones who control. Everything looks whereas partners on our copywriters. They're the ones who control the tone of voice and what that sounds like and scripts and things like that so together. We're the ones kind of The big brains behind You'll see on TV as far as like commercials and things like that is sounds like your work is a lot of against like meetings and sort of heads down work sessions Yes definitely a lot of meetings but it's also a lot of consenting so it's just like. I was briefed earlier today. We'll get a brief and then on you know. Look at our calendars hanging time. Report like two or three hours on on our schedules. And then we'll just find room in the office and literally. Just sit by ideas that are large. Kinda lost the that? We're not sure clients whatever even by or do and Ideas that also fit the brief exactly so we basically will just kind of get together. Just kind of brainstorm different ways. We can kind of find the best solution for that..
"bozeman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"In Bozeman Lynchburg Gohar aware and of the gaudy is just a prayer away radio broadcast it is written all the churches of Christ you it is written we know see only one of it is right he saved others himself he cannot save it is for our final four in just my it is very although nothing to do with this rushes or I have suffered many things just in a dream because of it is a I have soon did that I betrayed innocent blood it is written this is my beloved son in whom I am well pleased stir here he here while the Pharisees were gathered together Jesus ask them a question saving what think you of Christ whose son is he they say on to him the son of David he said I thought of them how then does David in the spirit call him lord saving the lord said unto my lord set thou on my right hand to la put vine enemies under Lafayette if David then calls him lord the how is he his son and no one was able to answer him a word neither Durst any man from that day forth ask him any more questions my hope is built on nothing less than Jesus blood and righteousness are there not trust the sweetest frame but wholly lean on Jesus name on Christ the solid rock I stand all other ground is sinking sand when darkness veils is lovely face arrest on his own changing grace in every high and stormy gale anchor holds within the veil on Christ the solid rock I stand all other ground is sinking sand his old his covenant his blood me and the Wyoming flood when all around my soul gives way he then is all my hope and stay on Christ the solid rock I stand all other ground there is sinking sand ladies and gentleman listen this message entitled what think you of Christ according to Matthew the twenty second chapter a series of questions have been asked of Jesus in a vain endeavor to wooden snare him in these talk the pharmacy users sent a delegation to ask about tribute to seize our Jesus told them render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's and the god the things that are gods then the Sadducees came with a question about the resurrection this group did not believe in the resurrection neither angels nor spirits Jesus told them they ordered because they knew not the scripture nor the power of god again it was the Pharisees it came and tried to minimize the commandments by asking which was the greatest commandment of all some people today use the same ruse by asking the question which commandment is the greatest in the plan of salvation is it face is it repentance is a baptism which is the greatest commandment the principle of James applies here he that offends in one point is guilty of all Jesus completely defeated them by then turned the tables on them by asking them a question he said what thank ye of Christ whose son is he he did not say or what do you think of me he knew that I did not recognize him as the Christ but they did believe in a Christ or messiah that would come and the question was what do you think of the missile that you are looking for they answered correctly as they replied that he will be the son of David the lord finished a quotation from psalms for them by saying since our my right hand until I make the enemies of the foot stool of our feet if David then calls him lord how is he his son when they perceive that the only explanation was the virgin birth no one dared to answer a word at this point we leave the Pharisees and there is a level and asked the question for our own edification ladies and gentleman what think you of Christ first we consider the testimony of the devil and others in the kingdom of darkness listen to them as they tell us what they think of Jesus during his so Jordan on planet earth the first identification of Jesus was by the devil himself Jesus was preaching in the synagogue of party I'm on a Sabbath day and in the synagogue there was a man who had the spirit of an unclean demon and he cried with a loud voice what have we to do with the cheese a style and have a read art thou come to destroy us Dino the who thou art the holy one of god that is what the devil thinks of Jesus the devil calls him the holy one of god now that is significant when the devil called Jesus the holy one of god because just before this the devil had tried Jesus in the wilderness with the strongest temptations and fatal no one had ever stood up to him before and one over the devil as Jesus then add to this the fact that from the age of twelve until he was thirty years old we know nothing about the life of Jesus except for the fact that he was a carpenter the devil had been busy all of those years that we don't know anything about tempering the lord in his teenage years and during his twenties and Jesus was always victorious over every temptation the devil would not have called Jesus the holy one of god otherwise when the devil stands face to face with Jesus he calls him wholly then again in the country of the gathering is Jesus was met by a man had a legion of demons with their name this man cried with a loud voice what have I to do with the Jesus thou son of the most high god are now come to torment us before the time the devil not only recognize Jesus as the son of god but also made a comment about the existence of the place of torment and the power of Jesus to see that he was tormented there and that is what the devil thinks of Jesus according to the devil Jesus is the son of god he is holy and has the power overdone this and the power over the devil the cast him into hell and that is the opinion that the devil has of the lord Jesus Christ ladies and gentleman what thank ye of Christ next we consider what the Pharisees thought of Jesus Luke tells us that all the publicans and sinners were drawing near on to him to hear him the Pharisees and the scribes made this awful charge against Jesus they said this matter receivers centers yeah either with lamb ladies and gentleman I'm glad to hear that myself that testimony of the enemies of Jesus think of it the pharmacy said that Jesus will receive centers and eat with them and they thought that was an insult that means Jesus will receive maybe that means he will eat with me what a compliment they paid him if Christ had not recieve centers and then ate with some I would still be on my way to hurl are you eat with the lord every Sunday when I eat of the low find drink of the food Levine then again while the lord was on the cross the chief priest made the charge he saved others himself he cannot save according to them the lord Jesus could not save himself and save us at the same time that is the gospel according to the devil I am glad that he did not save himself from the agony of the cross if he hadn't again are safe I would be on my way to hell the devil and the Pharisees understood clearly that I could not go to heaven without the death of the lord Jesus Christ hear their view of Christ again they said he received centers he ate sweat some he cannot save us by saving himself that is the view of the devil of the death of Christ on the cross listen to that again it is almost unbelievable the devil believe that Jesus died to save my soul so what thank ye of Christ now listen to Caiaphas the high priest tells what he thinks about Jesus when Jesus was tried before Caiaphas they sought false witness against Jesus I am the very good the find that none okay a first in desperation put Jesus under oath and said are you sure the E. by the living god that they'll tell us whether thou art the Christ Jesus say of under whom thou hast said never the less I say on the U. henceforth ye shall see the son of man seated at the right hand of power and coming on the clouds of heaven then the high priest read his garment saying he has spoken blasphemy what further need have we of witnesses according to care for us the promise Jesus made of his second coming on the clouds to be seen by everyone including the ones who pierced him was mmhm blasphemy K. F. us may not like what he heard but he understood what Jesus meant now what safety of Christ now consider also what pondered thought about Jesus Jesus was delivered to Pontius pilot and the charge was made that he had perverted the nation forbidding them to give tribute to seize our this was a serious charge but one pilot examine Jesus his verdict given to his accusers was I find no fault in this manner not only did he say he found no fault in this man but while he was sitting on the judgment seat his wife sent unto him a note and said have though nothing to do with this righteous man or I have suffered many things this daily in a dream because of him ms is Pollock was having nightmares over the whole situation and call Jesus a righteous man no fault in him a righteous man this was the opinion of both product and his wife and the devil that they hadn't for Jesus ladies and gentleman I live two thousand years this side of pilot and his wife and I stand shoulder to shoulder with Mister and Mrs Pontius pilot I find no fault in this righteous man now what think he of Christ now listen again the what Judas had to say about the character of Jesus Judas was the arch trader who betrayed Jesus for thirty pieces of silver surely there must be some terrible charge that can be made by a man who heard Jesus preach one who is seen him raise the dead then restore sight to a man born blind walk on the water and then sold them out to the enemy for such a small sophomores thirty pieces of silver the small amount was it self an insult what terrible dastardly thing had Jesus done to deserve such contemptuous treatment listen to Judas as he bares his soul when he saw that Jesus was condemned to be crucified a repetitive self and brought back the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and elders saying.
"bozeman" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler
"The big ass bread and video data MBA jam arcade in there, they had a fridge just stock will be like the best green room that we think how I fuck with the hockey we go. Yeah. Just talking about that the other day I enjoy when families there, but there is sort of scratches me out, and then sometimes ours goodbye, just gotta bounce though. In india? I don't out just like y'all have a good time. I appreciate being here. Thank you so much for your support. It was good to see out. But I gotta go out at my head. Actually, say goodbye. Yeah. I got that. I got that tonight with the this kind of my like necessarily family, but all my neighbors are coming. Yeah. That's hard like people. He lived next to and common comp them. Or did they buy tickets? They got about tickets fundraiser. Oh, okay. Do you is there? Block club or homeowners association. In our you're part of you have some type of leadership position. No, no block club president. On their most comedic resited evidence come through if you wanna talk to me about of your house. Can we change it yo house out here? We get some uniform shit going on you better run shift by here. Bozeman run bluff better, right? You'll sit Benepe Mola break that lead. My bucket was going on. This is bozeman blot out on that shit. What wealth bug better comfortable with the vote mother? You know is meat in it here for four years. Both both men fronting the up in the burbs. My book you note bird. I'm kief these property tax down you hurt. My buddy, you better say to work. Camp campaign song. I like it. I like it should if I had that campaign. Outer ran just just made up some shit outta just found something to run for with that song. I love I would love that power just to knock on the door. Hey, how's going on Mojo? You'll motherfucking long and bounce. You'll look at your Bush goddamn Bush's embarrassing me man, which Which is. is a haircut to okay. Kid holding shitty on the soccer team pass the ball more. I guess tips on your parenting too, right? I guess right leaks on you to teach your kids. How to do? What? Do you want me to raise your kid 'cause I the window and see what you did? You're here is trash minds. I dope. Your kid is going to.
"bozeman" Discussed on Dude Soup
"Really just pointed at someone's. It's ridiculous. He is such a tragic tale make your work. Whereas like, he was like, he's a handsome man, and they went into boxing, don't go into boxing. Of your face. Don't go back to butter chicken. All throw this out here. But Chadwick bozeman Chebet bozeman. I think is fantastic. He never he's a fantastically. I don't think. So what Chadwick bozeman I would say most of the cast of I'm into it. We're all like models. They were everyone's gorgeous. Even know see. No. That's a great picture of come on. You've got David Beckham on this list. Yeah. I think he's a good looking dude. There's a photo of him right next to Michael Jordan there you can up you put anyone next to Michael. But I'm just saying. If you at a club, which one do you go for man on the right? His wing man crush on. We never let to pictures of him. But just the fun. Mark mcgrath. No, Dan Lewis. Okay. Okay. All right. Didn't they Lewis? I don't think he's super wits. He's gonna look you can only be photos from my left foot. He looks crazy because he is crazy. So go great is he does he looks like, Henry Cavill? Right. They're not as ABRAHAM LINCOLN. That's a good. He was is the worst like a serial killer. That's my aunt. They lewis. He could play whatever. I would say Christian bale in parts of Batman begins. Oh, man shmelts. Pretty good was really good in other weird one. Because I remember seeing a kid in empire the sun. And that was weird. He's a child actor, and I had weird feelings seem as an adult like Batman figuring that one out. I'm out there. Sure. Both london. Look any picture of Bill Flynn. It's the opposite of Michael Jordan Eamon or as drug. I look up any picture. Yeah. Bell is good liquid. I think you keep specifically looks better when he's really big there. It is. That's that's that's man slide by. Yeah. He is good looking assured. There's a shot. Pretty boy. I remember seeing him in. No, my so called life TV show. Remember being a kid me like that? Boy, pretty well. He pledged her shit. Probably he fled. Geez. No. So good. Look was he was it first night or whatever it is. Nice fill up a list of. London. The hottest men of color in Hollywood. And some of these dudes are hottest fuck, but I've never heard of them, which of course, we haven't. Because that's how the system why? Okay. He's on the this guy's name TV. When he's curious holy shit. When did you go? Super handsome like if you Jack dudes look. He's six pack beer Bill. I liked his son is super not into increase. Actually, find him. What find him repulsive? Oh, dear. Average. We've got our list. I think we do also we can play the longer game after this. Yeah. Yeah. This game. We used. Stitch fix..
"bozeman" Discussed on Bolts from the Blue
"Bradley bozeman and James Hurst their center, Matt Scherzer is also pretty awful. He's been getting picked on quite a bit lately, really Marshall Yanez the best piece in that line. He's very good at right guard. And there I think they're right. Tackle was pretty vulnerable in Orlando Brown junior guy that neither one of us cared for much in the draft. And they took him in the third round. And I think they're vulnerable all up and down that line with the exception of Janda. And I think they have one I think the charters had several good match ups. You know, I think you look at various Filon. He struggled a little bit early in that game in the first game in week sixteen because they had him on the right side of the offense of line, and he was mashed up head to head with Marshall yadda quite a bit and yadda and skirl were double teaming him, and he was struggling but about midway through the second quarter Gus moved into the left side of the offensive line. And he started just eating the left guards lunch. I mean, he was killing them and skirl couldn't block him bozeman and Hearst couldn't block in. It was a nightmare. So I still don't think they have an answer for file on. I think that's a really great matchup. I think the pieces are there for the charges to be able to drive those interior linemen back into into Jackson's lap. Like we talked about. And I think there are some vulnerabilities tackle too. I think even though Stanley's played pretty well. He shows some vulnerability to incite counters, in my opinion, he can beat around the edge both Stanley and Orlando Brown junior in my opinion bay struggle with nickel blitzes you send multiple rushes at them. And they both kind of get confused and they struggle. So I think there are ways to get after Jackson in key situations there by confusing there tackles and sending multiple rushers, but I think this game where you're probably gonna see. More four and five type five-man type pressure packages. Dropping more guys back and trying to confuse Jackson. Yeah. I got a little bit different opinion on the office of line. I think you're right about the interior. I think they're very susceptible in the middle. I don't think the tackle plays. All that bad. I thought Ronnie Stanley set a pretty good year the games we watched. And I thought Landau Brown was much better than expected. I also didn't think he was very good coming out of the draft. So take that for what it's worth. But you know, watching them I didn't think he was all that bad in going back to that game in week sixteen. It didn't seem like they're a ton of pressure coming out. Lamar jackson. I thought their run game was pretty good. I think they get some pretty good push up front. The run game pass blocking. I think there are some weaknesses for shirt on paper. I think there are some really good match ups. Like, you talked about dairies Filon Joey Bosa moment Ingram on either end is obviously a good matchup. I think you're right. I think they do drop a little bit more zone. They rush five. I don't think. Gets too aggressive only because of how slippery Lamar Jackson could be. And you don't want to send too many guys leave too many holes open. So, you know, obviously, this defense of lines got a winner matchups. They got to stay disciplined collapse that pocket we talked about interior pressure. Hopefully, close the walls in on him on Lamar Jackson be it's more. It's more to stay disciplined close walls and get interior pressure than it is send the house and get him quick pressure on the Mark Jackson. So when when we're talking about getting pressure on the Mark Jackson. It's not hey, man, sender when and Dez off the edges because you'll be in trouble, then because he can have his quick read, and he'll be okay. And then you know, if anybody's out of line, then he's gone for twenty plus yard. So it's all about staying disciplined, hopefully closing the walls and on the edges from Bosa Ingram. Filon Crain's interior pressure on Lamar Jackson. Yeah. I agree with that. So let's let's go ahead and talk about some of these keys for the charter defense. All right. Well, I think. Obviously, you know, they're going to be run heavy and they're not looking to put the ball in the air too much..
"bozeman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Ladies and gentlemen in bozeman lynchburg ohio and god is just a prayer away radio broadcast has written all the churches of christ salute news written through found a certain source of room false province whose name was bar jesus it is written paul and his company set sail from buffalo john deported from them and returned to jerusalem it is the passing through from for city and they went into the synagogue on the sound today the lead disciples were filled with joy spirit the church that was there prophets and teachers barnabus son simeon was called knocker and lucius of serene the foster brother over here and as they ministered to the lord and fasted the holy spirit said separately barnabus on soul for the work of called him then when they had faster than prayed laid their hands on them they sent them away when comes to the weary a blessed relief upward to reach free from the wolves we must say goodnight here but good morning.
"bozeman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Are you see ladies and gentlemen in bozeman ledge virgo haro and.
"bozeman" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"These guys sound pretty amazing guys they are the crew they're amazing and i know you know we were talking earlier you gonna be spending more time in bozeman i it strongly encourage you to go check these guys out on fish hatchery road while it's bonnie road i think the road that goes to the barney bridge nate them while from the bridge they have their camp called camp bull will because there's a big actual bull wheel still sitting in the ard from nineteen twenties or so and yeah the guys we're going to be doing some pretty cool stuff like making a daft of technologies available to people that need them yeah hoping us yeah oh there's so many people contribute into the to the project you know volunteer guides volunteer shuttlers one guy he's planning to come i think may be from indiana he's going to be here for the whole summer his job to cook so and there was running river trips with people real chairs yeah fishing yeah people in wheelchairs or other limitations that might not be wheelchair but yeah yep organization called again camp bowl will and then the again the hospital that done a lot of the crank hospital and they do a lot of they've helped develop a lot of adaptive technology yeah good for people to look up check thing yeah it's good stuff well well thank you yeah thank you join us appreciate you take all the time and all you have long drive and it'll be dr.
"bozeman" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"Struggling to keep my place pugnacious guys so this hey that early shot me that definitely came from that time but my junior year of high school five kids not a lot of money how are we going to get these kids through college we moved to bozeman which is only ninety miles down the road but butte to bozeman it's like going from a tough mining town to the college town and my dad got a permanent job or so we thought at the ramada inn in bozeman montana the house ban right tuesdays through saturdays ninety nine pm to one am i used to sit in with him from time to time where'd you play with them with him usually keyboards and i had a brother that played bass and we had a tradition of trying to play with him over on new year so that was oh that's fun yeah we had a good time with that we moved there my junior year and december they were fired and he never played in bozeman again he went on the road until he retired a plan and all kinds of places but that move was critical to my education and my interest in russia because you know i was i didn't like writing i didn't like reading i'm not sure i'd have read a novel up to that point in my life and i was looking for the easiest way to get an a an english because i hated english at the time and my neighbor brighty sullivan she said the easiest way the mickey mouse course to get an a is debate class and so i took i signed up for the debate class and eventually.