17 Burst results for "Cal Academy"

"cal academy" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

03:03 min | 5 months ago

"cal academy" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Then how much equities left said then that becomes a math problem. Solo founder gets diluted twenty percent twenty percent twenty percent twenty percent off somewhere along the line they own twenty percent of the company when it goes public right or something in that range you get. Five co-founders okay. Vc's come in and take thirty percent. Five co fat. They give ten percent of the employees five co-founders up twelve percent each than they get diluted twenty percent own their down to ten percent down to seven percent you know when you start getting founders into the low single digits you know what they start thinking if i start over and all the founder i can have eighty five percent of this leap in company and i seen it happen. And it's a real bummer. So you gotta top off those founders. I have a little secret for that. Because i'm usually early in the early advocate. i'll just say delays aged founders the latest stage investors. Listen this founder is at. I don't know in one case. It was like i don't know eleven percent. This kids killing himself. He's got eleven percent of the company. The company had to raise money was a pretty hard situation. He doesn't have a co founder. But i want to give this founder five points over five years people were like. Oh my lord. I'm like well. He's almost fully vested. You want to run the company and we'll put the five points and we'll tie it to something like performance or whatever and i got everybody to do it. That was another situation happened to be a female founder. She was down below twenty percent. Manageable wasn't as acute as the ten percent situation that she was fifteen. She wants to do the top off. She says i want ten percent went up twenty five percent. She had just taken a million dollars. I'm i'm blurring some of the details here so it's not identifiable and i said okay. I support you but you know it's there's two other two other board members you have to win over with this thing and so she said well you talk to the board member. I talked to the board member. He's our he's like no no Hit your numbers for a year and then make a request. You still have eighteen months left on your best when this investment when you're through this vesting schedule and you've hit this millions of dollars in revenue. Then i think you can make that request on our side okay for me. I'm like i just wanna lock the founder. And i don't want them looking over their shoulder so great question a little more information than yes for But no jason at cal academy dot com doesn't care if you're solo or two or three and my point about the role story is low. Behold he started another company called superhuman. There are other partners there. But he's running the show basically and i think he's kind of a solo founder Although there might be some folks who consider themselves like on the founding team so there's a lot of like Nuance to this as well. The way you know who the founder is. Is there somebody who owns thirty. Or forty percent of the company that's like a solo founder. If this two or three of the own you know typically ten or twenty percent each which could.

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"cal academy" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"But then the best one right after Anthony Davis block Dennis Smith trying to trying to get different one Solman hill gets all over Mexico, but not love Cleveland because he injured Allen like by two favorite just going after everything type guys. And so they get dunked on a lot. But it's because they're going for as many shots as they do. So the Salman hill dunk was just nasty like he Cleveland caught him, you know, a fair amount before the Dunkin still made it anyway. But then my other two in the top three one of which did not occur in the NBA's bunch. I actually checked the date to make sure to curd in December. And it did. And it was one we saw in person knows Avery Bradley's tip dunk at the very end of clippers warriors which actually tied the game. It was I think it was over clay. They did a shitty job boxing him out which happens, and every Bradley I think it was missed by mantras Herro an each's went over him got the dunk. And so that give the clippers taught at tied the game with twenty seconds to go. And then my number two required by law to be at least that high is the Mario Zona over Janas dunk with the step over. I mean, it was it wasn't as I understand my bias. I understand all that. But it was great and the step over a usually try not to consider that type of thing. But the degree of player quality going the opposite. Way of the Iverson lose step over made it so much funnier to me because it just confirmed so many great things, dude. I was sitting next to Cal academy last night after you left and his own went off for like two dunks in like ten straight points in garage time last night in you left early to go do your writing because it was a blowout. Enter Ubisoft old thing it was it was really too bad. You should go back and watch highlights from from Lhasa Miley comment is that I left with a minute thirty to go. So that I I saw that other than oh, there was one weird thing at the very end that I missed. Yeah. I actually the reason I stayed for that game was because of his own you like it was. And actually, I thought that it would be a really fun fourth quarter in being that way. Also because of clay just going kind of crazy, which was it was it was it was the Knicks are a fascinating and fun garbage time team. So my number one is Janas on Blake Griffin. He just knocked him backwards. This is Blake Griffin. Like one of the strongest guys the NBA Janas just knocked him back. And then don't all resign. It's we're becoming inured to what Jaanus is doing especially like his dunks around the rim when he's just like doesn't even have a head starving. He's he's the the biggest dunker I think since shack Dwight Howard would be in that category too. But Howard even wasn't quite as nimble didn't get the extension that Jaanus does couldn't don't get with both hands away..

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"cal academy" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Was it? I forgot when I predict Norlin saints win the Super Bowl, and they carrying that one over to this year because I think what I was predicting how will they would be playing in become season. That's not that that led up to the play offs that it turns me nineteen that sort of throwing a prediction into the recap but in twenty Mateen via New Orleans Saints. Saints sports ball team would win the Super Bowl and it'll come down to the ninth inning. Well, you growing you're going there for a specific prediction. All right. You've done it before. Maybe you can do it. Again crew knows who knows. So those all your predictions that did and did not untrue last year and last year. Yes. Okay. And Blair what were yours from last year? Yes. Mine. I like to be kind of silly with my British since I didn't do so great. So I was that sperm would be the new time release capsule which will begin clinical trials for cancer treatment in twenty seventeen. We saw a bunch of stories about prove concept, but nobody can have. Nobody. Shot the trigger on that one. Did not happen. This year. Stay tuned on that. I also predicted. We will discover a new kind of cephalopod while we discovered a lot of species particularly in that Cal academy of sciences bout of new species. None of them were Suffolk pot, sadly miles all here. Not a single suffer pod. I know lots of C slugs, but no simple. I also predicted that tardy grades will be discovered in space proving them to be the original alien not yet, God even revenge only 'cause high needs to have the Capac. Our predictions. Be correct. Yeah. Those the gear late. So I also predicted that coffee will be proven to be good for you than bad for you than good for you again. I kinda did get this one. Right. But in a funny way, so in twenty eight teen we discovered that coffee helps people work together better. We also found that coffee helps reduce risk of.

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"cal academy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Mixed up in all of this. I mean, there is certainly inexperience of of loss or forboding. If you if you look at at the world around us, many of us feel that I don't think everybody feels that. I think it's complicated. By the fact, that in many ways our lives are very comfortable. I mean, I can ride Bart. You know, I live two blocks from and on the other side of the bay walk over to bar. You know, take mass transit and some people for some people. That's not their idea of comfort, but it's pretty easy for me. And I get to walk into the office. I I have a roof over my head at home. I have a car. I can drive my knees are pretty well met. And I wonder if that sense of comfort or an idea that what what do I have to give up to really do what's right or what's needed in this in this world? How much that complicates of people getting to to action and of recognizing what they might need to do that was liquid by the way. Do you think that we have to give up on healthy long lives in order to solve climate show? -lutely not. That's all right. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, gosh. Yeah. I mean, the great thing about what we're doing to the planet. That's all the horrible stuff. We're doing for climate changes. Most of it's really kind of dumb things that don't actually help us. You know, nobody except the people who own coal mines benefit from burning coal, but we benefit from trinity. It we benefit from the services of an electrical power grid. Very few people benefit from dirty polluting cars, except the people who sell them to you. But we benefit from good transportation. So if you flip it around and say, hey, tesla, whatever and electric car gives me all the benefits of having individual transportation. But it doesn't pollute if we get to real sustainability if we really figure out how to address climate change we're going to look back and say what the heck took us. So long. Branding what you were saying earlier about how our actions to take. But before we can take the action, we kind of have to pause and recognize what's happening inside. So that we can free up that energy. That's tied up in anxiety to actually do something. I have that approximately. Right. Yeah. Basically. So in light of the fact that yes, we will come to see the a lot of these practices that are sustainable are. You know, why what took us so long? Why are we not doing this relates to how deeply attached? We are. Right. And how our identities are interwoven with all of these practices that are actually damaging and unsustainable. And what happens when we begin to wake up, which is what we're doing. Now, we're collectively waking up or becoming more aware that all these things. I do what I eat what I drink. How I get around what I wear where I live how I get my energy. How that power is my life. My relationships is. Actually hitched to a system that is ultimately unsustainable. And that itself is a very psychologically fraught enterprise that I honestly believe a lot of folks working on climate and environment are overlooking. We want to bypass that. And we cannot bypass the Ray half to look at what actually works around change in humans change, which again goes back to you know, I don't want anyone to think I'm suggesting one big group therapy, or that we all have to be therapy that we can actually have these kinds of reflective conversations in all kinds of ways. Whether it's in a church or a classroom or office space in order to do that we need to somehow be able to give ourselves and one another permission to be honest and open like, you know, I don't want to have to stop doing X, you know, and how do I really feel about why another I think really key piece? Here is Embiid violence that there's a part of. Us that wants to do the quote right thing. And there's another part of us that actually either doesn't want to hear about it isn't concerned about it. And that that can that's honestly, what can really hold up our ability to change. I think more than almost anything is that that place of conflict. Sometimes I wonder if that ambivalence doesn't have to do with just the fact that we're so separate from earth that we are so in cars on concrete in buildings. If I go out and lie on the grass for twenty minutes. I developed within myself such a love of the grass and all the little bugs in the grass and the sunshine kidney, I don't usually get to bed. But even so, you're right. You're right. I don't like to be bitten. But I guess what I'm saying that it doesn't take much to connect with earth. But we have so little ability in time for that. And I just wonder if sometimes the ambivalence isn't I don't have time rather than I actually really don't want to one way to think about this. We're so stressed out. We don't actually spend time in the natural world and outdoors. It could be because we don't spend more time in the natural world and outdoors were so. Bacchus so much research and the things are grandparents knew from day one. But now, we're funding academic evidence. For is that, you know, hey, spending time near water spending time near trees spending time outside or in the sun lowers your blood pressure, changes endorphin levels and dopamine levels, you calm down even going into an aquarium which Cal academy has a beautiful one of we noticed. People actually are calmer more relaxed. They can have conversations about difficult topics including climate change, by the way. So, you know, hey, if you're feeling stressed out. Do exactly what you just said go lay down on the grass or go hang outside a little bit. If what we want is to figure out how do I live in a home and get to work and have a job in a way that doesn't use eight or nine earth's whatever we're up to now. How do we go about changing our fundamental relationship with earth? I wonder if that's the question. I mean, I would challenge the way this post because a little bit personally. I think there's a different schools of thought about this within the environmental community. Us protecting earth. The thing that we grieve that has been lost a little bit a lot of us. And I would think it's more about ourselves. You know, it's like it's really about the climate change is a human tragedies as well. As one for the natural world this about our quality of life, and what are children gonna live like, and what their opportunities would be like in the opportunities that might be squandered because we didn't you know? Isn't it kind of sad? We're the first generation in history to know their believing the next generation of poorer planet, and we don't seem to care. That's me even more tragic than the loss of nature's the loss of our kind of soul of what we are meeting to each other and to future generations. So I don't know if it's really the loss of nature's loss of ourselves to it's like, I find it hard to differentiate them. I'm not sure if it's that we don't care about what we're leaving to our future generations. But how threatening it is to come to terms with what we as humans, especially in industrialized regions have done. Done. But again, I think honestly guilt and shame are maybe the biggest barriers are impediments. Because once the shame and the guilt come up were kind of stuck because then we're defending against those feelings by ignoring denying rationalizing, compartmentalizing distorting realities are well-known defense mechanisms that we engage in socially, not just individually. And so then we're not actually dealing with reality on its own.

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"cal academy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Here we, are talking about our? Podcast I remember when athletic I started I told Marcus. Thompson all, these articles, came out and I I. Wrote an article and dabble a, little in college. And Phil. Came out with an article. And it. Was like I look at markets like athletic dinner I'm. Like what am I doing. This guy is on a completely different. Level and Marcus I I you know it's like Yeah. Was just I'm not worthy do. You feel thank like Garoppolo like I'm. The best writer in the room. You know Jimmy was with Brady and New. England on the best quarterback in, the room when, you, look at Cal academy and Marcus Ethan, Strauss and all these guys do you think I'm the, best writer in the room well you know I'm I'm just, like Jimmy you know you have to. Think that, if you're successful when? I sit down at the laptop I feel as good. As anybody, anybody in, the country Yeah I don't think writers thicker themselves in the same way because it's so. Subjective it'd be honest in terms of the. Writing so I try to do the best I can every now with. That I feel like I write a. Sentence it's pretty, good but I don't so. Much I try not to compare myself. Riders I'm just happy to be part of a staff like with some of the guys that you, mentioned did? You Did you ever cover tiger in his in his heyday in the early, two thousands No, I never, did the one, thing that I did on her was actually after the you know the the fall, the With the with with eland I wrote, about his you know about the fall. Out of, it and and everything and I tried to get. To talk to tiger but not surprisingly decline all interview requests so. No I never never did get to write about it and. It's, it's been interesting. To watch his to watch the arc I never thought that he, would come, as close to, winning And frankly if you did this weekend that. You know I think we all at least most? Of us got to a point where we just thought it's it's never gonna happen for tiger he's never get back but he's, he's come, closer than I ever thought he would fill John. I gotta this briefly just at the end of, Garry show about free agency in the. San Francisco, Giants transition to baseball and Bryce Harper's free agency. How much do you think over the years watching does the ballpark. Affect the giants ability to sign power hitters in free agency I think it's significant I think. You know I I don't think it's it's any if any myth I mean I really do think that particularly power hitters don't have any don't have. Any desire to come here if they have it? All things being equal they'll go to a better ballpark it's more conducive to To power hitters. I think that guy's definitely see that their, their power numbers their Homer numbers. Are probably gonna decline Playing at AT and t. and I don't think that that's, overblown I think, that's a that's a real thing I can't say that I've talked to. Players specifically who've said that but. You know it just stands to reason that that's that would be a major issue it does feel like feeling it, someone tweeted at me when I said this, and the numbers did, that. Back me up with, the top tier guys especially in the, NFL west when they come whether it's Aaron Otto Goldschmidt. I mean the top some the. Highest players in the, league don't, have problems hitting dismantle shots and neither did bury, now we asterik whatever behind that I do think Bryce, for example you maybe it affects a guy like Brandon belt you know that might be you put them in Cincinnati would hit thirty. With these and maybe his best. Year with San Francisco will one baby low twenty s hopefully this year we'll see but. A guy like Bryce Harper you think if he, was here next year with the. Giants, and had a good year I like to me if he's having a. Good he could hit fifty home runs I I don't think. Him specifically or or even if Mike Stanton had agreed last year now the average the above average guy Brandon bells above average the it affects. Guys like that I don't know. If it would have a huge effect because I watched the Anna west come in and..

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"cal academy" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

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"cal academy" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Used it for an wedding he was going to and he got a tux and he wouldn't shut up about it he loved it okay let's get back to this amazing program welcome back to this week in startups i'm your host jason cala kansas you can find this start up at this week in startups dot com you can find us on the twitter twa startups you can follow me on lincoln just do a search for calcutta's my last name and we post a lot of exclusive clips there get a lot of feedback on them we talked to all the listeners on lincoln with a great time over there talking business and you can follow me i'm at jason if you have a great startup like contra line or uber thumb tack well front robinhood com dot com or the other startups i've been lucky enough to invest in and you want to reach me is very simple jason at cal academy dot com that's my email you will get a bounce that says this email gets a lot of email this email account gets a lot of e mail and i probably won't read it that's a lie i just put that up there to dissuade people who are not don't have a lot of tenacity i read every single one of those damn emails and respond to a lot of them so today on the program we have contra line and coming up we'll have spiro there are peutic and they are doing something very interesting with ears and i'll just tease it a little bit here but kevin when we left you we understand what contra line is it's a reversible vasectomy i don't know you don't call it that but it's a reversible procedure and we're going to go through the procedure right now.

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"cal academy" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Back back grown you gave me more matt leaked in the last hour thanks to take you chat with always love that segment scott scott leveller water what us cochief become i mean cal academy co the college football michigan football to be very very good to him so he's got to feel good about that and that's great love that dc yeah you know yeah no it was great because i re i remember that those were those were my days when i was running around this campus as a student and i was fortunate enough to have a close relationship gained to come to some football practices being around the program he was always the guy that was known as the open calmer oh yeah it's like to keep says this guy was i mean you i mean he could play in that's the thing is i didn't even know i just always knew him as as the quarterbacks coach year i didn't you know i knew that he had played here at michigan i didn't realize that you know like t q saying that he he could have been the guy after collins mine is that minus that shoulder but just knowing how good of a quarterbacks coach he was the job that he did i mean i i i believe it i can understand i mean he he had such a an intimate knowledge of the game like you said if you're a new coach and you're you're having little kinda teteatetes with potion back looney and you know to have the confidence to go in there and to to ask the to have those kinds of things showed what kind of moxie he had as as a person as as a coach and anybody who's been around him whether it was here of michigan our virginia taecker now a boston college the they know that he is a a bright football mind and has got a bright future don't forget florida he was down owing a huge lauded air you we have just opened up the phones seven three four nine any 1050 whatever you'd like to talk about i mean you know we talk about michigan basketball michigan hockey michigan you know you know wrestling won the other day just wanted to let you know the.

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"cal academy" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy

"Russia's and whilst keep an eye on that um you know the sara murray oh yeah go ahead with you on all that now and i i was going to say it should probably get noted too you know mark had ridden at in a newsletter for the new york times where it's it's kinda similar wen uh we have a uh a story called jumping to conclusions where essentially is it's like informed analysis but you are speculating about possibilities uh you know this is one of those to me that i think mark is probably ahead of it like you said it's not going to happen before the deadline um it's almost in the same vein of assad an interesting column recently from tim cal academy from the athletic where he was really dive any uh into the idea that the warriors eventually were gonna chase down anthony davis and inspired that's that's not a thing that that we're going to see in the next six months but i think what it alumina eight is that fans media all of us who enjoy the game we sometimes don't truly understand like the the depth of the planning the goes on at these different organizations coast to us this might feel like a little bit of a this lillard mccollum thing feels like it's an ahead of the curve the like it's too soon for this no like this stuff is getting talked about internally all the time all the stuff that you think is untouchable all the stuff that you think they're not you know they're not there yet like they are there breaking stuff down to three years in advance so uh i think that's kind of worth noting yeah i'm glad you mentioned i i didn't realize that it was kind of framed that way so uh jeff way depth when worth noting on you know sacramento better than i think anyone uh you know you report a time stuff on the king's now they've been mentioned in the rumors quite a bit with george hill zach randolph vince carter judo's guys get traded and if they don't care moved are we looking at possible buyouts for those veterans uh the media george hills tough to buy out you're talking about still a a lot of cash and i don't think.

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"cal academy" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Uh this we concern is brought to you by square space start building your website today at square space dot com inter africa twist at checkout to get ten percent off end tracker life is too short to spend looking fear wind keys save that precious time in get tracker go to that tracker dot com enter promo code twisting at twenty percent off any order everybody here but it's another episode of this week startups i'm your host jason cal academy and we do the show twice a week one hundred times a year you can go visit the show at this week startups dot com and you should go visit our partners when i read one of those ads go ahead visit that partner and thanked them on twitter it really helps that we have them here to support us and make the show possible well over one hundred thousand people watching every episode now which is amazing this is the great joy of my life hosting this program because they get to talk to people about what's in the news and how technology is changing the world today on the program i've got andy bromberg bromberger got her got who is the ceo and cofounder of coin list and we're going to talk today about tokens and coins now i have a pretty good understanding of this but let's assume the audience does not because we hear about ico said we have an idea from that name initial coin offering what it is your offering for the first time a coin we understand what bitcoin is at each cash a digital currency that exists in a nondistributed fashion but you've started quyen list what is coin list and welcome to the program thank you thanks for having me it's great to be here coling list is the place of the best digital lhasa companies run their initial coin offerings.

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"cal academy" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Follow somebody like and we tweet them and they may do that back and then i'm also on instagram also instagram accomplish jason and you can find me on the facebook as well and if you have a great company out there that is in my goldilocks zone which means have got their product built in a couple of customers but they don't have their series email me an introduction jason at cal academy dot com i first name on my last name i am always available to meet with great founders who are building awesome products okay enough the plugs my guest today is red nose odd and he is one of the top three angel investors currently investing in silicon valley his firm is pair dot vc pa rwc why pair started the fund alerted obama yarn for it thank you my my partner more herschensohn paid when everybody knows you so what do we put your first them on my first them said was page more and more but he never wanted have never wanted to have our name at the door and he i wanna build the institution that lasts for generation bring partners on board an excellent ever it i never wanted people worked for me than one i wanted to work with me and then be search for her name and i thought i always thought ideas found there's are like fruit they need water need soil they'd need farmers and i hope pomegranate is right name because it's a of ceding in and yeah yeah but it was overuse hard to a spell in in this firm i asked him to bring a name that it's fruit and been pair came up by said by this is the nato because they're pairing entrepreneurs and appease beijing monday are as you are a few love it'll be anyway yeah and what's what's great about it is it literally as my favorite fruits oh is that right i have a pair tree in my backyard and literally the last three months.

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"cal academy" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on Still Untitled: The Adam Savage Project

"Many many years ago jamie and i hosted a discovery channels young scientists challenge in dc and this is literally two thousand five two thousand six and isaacson was the keynote speaker and isaacson gave i mean he's a wonderful writer but he gave the most tonedeaf 45minute speech about benjamin franklin to a crowd of five thousand children that's that's not where he won really the office of hamilton well anyway vata's age i got unfiltered thoughts about iowa eleven for your backyard that's that's totally the vested luca plus danni that's what i would from their way to like a few hours later i was mayor mich cheese as wandering around the cal academy worried build a science 100 house and he just crises a famous little clean air he just drag me on stage as a giant cheeseburger and and she just went out and she said please give it up all the scientists here who do who do so much work to make our life better i just remember walking of stage link did a drag queen just do a better job of getting people excited about science give me the chance of making a higher at least at the years ago at the purple onion i did a story telling night with peaches out of track oh joshua's gray as as very low and of the very first times joshu had done a thing out of drag and talked about wiggs stock and told a story which is really on unprintable in this podcast but brilliant even for this by he has seriously because i listen to this by guess there's been some strange story self here this permission tell one yard are on your leg athlere is out of a lot more so meaningful we held a hands on science day in the north bay yes and i think most this hour of that sort aimed that's where my morning started i think many people know about the more north me fires and on the victims of their and and we held it at the cinema county fairgrounds have been holding it there for six years which was the hub of the fire sponga in the north bay yeah and i went to cancel at event and firefighters and community members said no you gotta you just got to do this.

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"cal academy" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Many many years ago jamie and i hosted a discovery channels young scientists challenge in dc and this is literally two thousand five two thousand six and isaacson was the keynote speaker and isaacson gave i mean he's a wonderful writer but he gave the most tonedeaf 45minute speech about benjamin franklin to a crowd of five thousand children that's that's not where he won really the office of hamilton well anyway vata's age i got unfiltered thoughts about iowa eleven for your backyard that's that's totally the vested luca plus danni that's what i would from their way to like a few hours later i was mayor mich cheese as wandering around the cal academy worried build a science 100 house and he just crises a famous little clean air he just drag me on stage as a giant cheeseburger and and she just went out and she said please give it up all the scientists here who do who do so much work to make our life better i just remember walking of stage link did a drag queen just do a better job of getting people excited about science give me the chance of making a higher at least at the years ago at the purple onion i did a story telling night with peaches out of track oh joshua's gray as as very low and of the very first times joshu had done a thing out of drag and talked about wiggs stock and told a story which is really on unprintable in this podcast but brilliant even for this by he has seriously because i listen to this by guess there's been some strange story self here this permission tell one yard are on your leg athlere is out of a lot more so meaningful we held a hands on science day in the north bay yes and i think most this hour of that sort aimed that's where my morning started i think many people know about the more north me fires and on the victims of their and and we held it at the cinema county fairgrounds have been holding it there for six years which was the hub of the fire sponga in the north bay yeah and i went to cancel at event and firefighters and community members said no you gotta you just got to do this.

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"cal academy" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"In this piece he kinda goes from both sides are people who are saying it'd be it it'd be good to hear from colin kaepernick now as as you've heard from everyone else let's hear from the man there are some other people he was saying a delay cp representative are also say it he doesn't have to move you know we're speaking form it will i won't continuing i'm one zero gerbil we were just talking about your piece here usa today talking about cal academy could if they display of is it time for him to say something if peru tricky footwork and recur you happy ghana parker who you know what are you want him to pray i mean to you on the cock about who came to known that don't want to want to hiram or the kind of the whole movement and the moment and here roldan in through all the conversation and so i think it would be good for him and i wrote the column two at least um speak out a in terms of letting us know what he's thinking about all of this conversation not so much the bag for a job at all but i but i also think he's and he's got this great platform and people are interested in hearing from and if he wants to you know use that opportunity to further advance so you know his his 'cause i think that would be good but right now everybody's got an opinion about colin kaepernick a lot of people speaking on his behalf and i think that's good because i think any of us who follow football no that this guy should be underpinned somewhere and we know why not um but yeah i i think i'd like to hear from him.

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"cal academy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The light and show other people i listen this is bigger than football this is the issue that affects affects society the urban community and be on this isn't an issue where we sit back and we say no what captures cavs just you know kind of said his brandin trying to do something is or he tried to bring awareness the things that affected me in my community when i was growing up and that still plagues my community and this and we have to be when i look at this this plagues the nfl this will forever haunt the nfl because right now in training camp the guys across the league will watch a video right who is going to have uh roger goodell is going to have referees is going to have all this stuff about how to protect the shield how to protect the brain here we are a guy who's a party nfl who've who's been a staple in nfl the nfl's not protect and hip their throw him out the passer so guys are saying hey you're telling every guy and and lead to say hey protect the brand weirdest shoe where's the shield for colin kaepernick do you think this is hurting the nfl shield i think it is it has never that cause what you toilet would you tell them the players today if you step out of line it doesn't matter if you do you y you hit a woman or several drugs or whatever the case may be if you step over line when he edged up over the line when the crumbs a regards at a flag look you will be to you would be example like colin capital cal academy gives going through the heart beat how would you have handled the situation if you were on the forty nine is last year pardon me when i i was i was i was troubled by this because first you know i did think about my money as a player i was a man you know if i'm a rookie you know do i can i can i step out there and go through cap is going through a possibly never play again but then it was my wife who by all accounts told me to you know it was an embarrassment for for me to make that comet considering would jim brown said aroma mohammad ali pursued in with some of the great athletes have sacrificed for me.

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"cal academy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I think it is has never get cause what you toilet would you tell the players today if you step out of line it doesn't matter if you do you y you hit a woman or you several drugs or whatever the case may be if you step over line will edged up over the line when he crumbs in regards to the flag look you will be to you would be example like colin capital cal academy is going through all right the how would you have handled the situation if you were on the forty nine as last year pardon me when i i was i was of troubled by this because at first you know i did think about my money as a player i was like man you know if i'm a rookie you know do i can i can step off up and go through captors north through a policy never play again but then it was my wife who by all accounts told me to you know it was an embarrassment fruit for me to make that comet considering would jim brown sitter ramaman mohammad ali pursued in with some of the great athletes have sacrificed for me to have a chance to have a position of play this game and to be heard and so my mind set was at some point in your career you have to stand for songtan a considering what's happening is protesting effects in my community how can i not so i would have taken in the um if you talk to other people they were like listen man it depends about where your monies it because if you if you don't have no money and you have to take a stance you gotta be repair to be isolated kaunda banned for many situation so to speak because that's how to public's receiving you so this is a lot going on but i think for some players is not that he had don't believe in cap they don't believe in the 'cause they're worried about their money and they don't wanna be judged well as as we mentioned the the scotty owner of the baltimore ravens is holding up capitalise that's were diner seaney or was reporting yesterday newsham came out later said no no no that's not the case other but.

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"cal academy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"cal academy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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