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"chico state" Discussed on Men In Blazers

Men In Blazers

06:39 min | Last month

"chico state" Discussed on Men In Blazers

"Blazers studios and the crap part of Bedford, New York, and the crap part of the Long Island of New York is the main place of podcast project. We back like Gino Smith. How are you doing? I'm doing okay, roger. You know, the Premier League is like every single day when you wake up and watch the Premier League. I still think I checked myself. I have to sort of scratch myself on the forearm and try and figure out am I still dreaming or is this real? I don't like it. I don't like this parity. We didn't let American investors oligarchs and nation states in, so that anybody could be anybody on any given set. This was not the hedge fund and sovereign wealth dream. There's no way we're going to double revenues with this. But we're going to get to that. That's all less a day though, because big news. Throughout the football world, that we've got to address from the off. Hollywood has put the film that we've long cried out for. Into development, Dave O Chris won the lousy, the biopic, one do the movie. I crap you not. Yeah, I mean, this is going to rival the marvel verse, roger. The athletic broke the news saying Gritty film productions has put the film into development. The company has found a Ted Collins said, I'm looking for real life superheroes. I'm not looking to make, you know, made up stories. I'm looking to base projects on true stories because some stuff you just can't make up. The company are looking to bring a quote a list director onto the project. What do you make of it, roger? Oh, Tarantino, I know you're listening. Get on this now. It might be martino. That's the mash up. We never saw us coming. Kyle Tarantino. But my God. Why did he never call him that? Why in all the years did we never call him Kyle Tarantino so funny? Carry on. Kyle Tarantino would make a movie like kill Bill. Hamid. One thing movie that the world didn't know football and I Bill ever I can't think of another bill. Bill kenroy, you is running Everton into the ground. We can't have 17 Carl Tam T they're killing off. Can we get new owners? We need him. But one day his career, it was a remarkable underdog story. Chico state university, the mighty outlaws, low draft pick to becoming a club icon, just a prolific goal scorer in his super chilled out vibe proper proper hero too many up there in San Jose made of course the 2014 World Cup roster, which is where I guess the movie would start to feel a bit like a slash horror flick. So it's a movie that got it all day out. All of which to say, there's a public serve here. And those you listened on that last Wednesday will know this. We started the cast this film. I thought a lot about it since I realized I would love. Sean Penn fast times here is peculiar to play one day of and we were wondering who would play Jurgen Klinsmann. The kind of cameo Devo, does it not feel like it a shoo in for best supporting actor? Yeah, and I think I posited Michael Cera or Ellen DeGeneres for the role. Yeah, yeah, you were very hot on Ellen just as a as rehabilitation for her. Rehabilitation for Jurgen Clinton one on one. I still think Christopher waltz should get first look at this. He could play pretty well his rat catcher couples. Come here junior clean. I not good to hurt you. I just want to win. But I'm not stop thinking about it all weekend. In between games and thank you Premier League for giving me very little time to think about the casting by spreading games through your whole blotting out the whole Saturday. They calendar, but in between the crevices they were, started to wonder, how do you think Tilda Swinton or Meryl Streep would lean into cleansing? Yeah, I mean, tilda, she would she would murder that role. Should she do it? She probably just like bury herself. You would not know that it even Jurgen cleansing would not know the difference between between himself where he ends until the swinton Quincy begins, but this is where a netted out. You ready for this thing? I do believe I've come up with two perfect candidates for you in Clinton. Just in terms of his countenance and his truth. Now, I tend to think who looks like Jurgen, who plays that big love romance dude that Jurgen thinks he is, David. And I thought Fabio Fabio Fabio male model with the long hair. Yes. It used to be on the cover of romance novels. Yes, do you think that would be just like slightly? Yeah, maybe slightly more the tracksuit would be slightly undone a little more than a little more chest hair, a little more sexy feel. Yeah, but I just kind of, you're not to see it. Do you feel it? I could see the version of that film. I can also see Meryl Streep playing Klinsmann wando and Julian green in the same movie. She says, we can't put anything past her, but Fabio is a bold choice. I like it like Eddie Murphy and big mama's House. Just play them all. That's being potentially the a list director on this project. I love it. I'm very humble. I'd have to be at three down that mental like James Brown until they really beg me to that. And if I did do it, Dave, though. I think and I can't promise I can land there. I can get a lot of guests on this show. We've got a lot of talent that's attached. But I think ultimately the best Jurgen cleanser for this movie one day directors at Gritty films would be Tommy weed out from the root. Be amazing. You're tearing me apart. By the way, I also thought, oh God, I've got to calm down a little bit, but also Clint M and M definitely the rule of a lifetime. In a way, really is performing to 8 mile was not. We could turn the movie into a musical Eminem's cover of Clint seminal rap track don't tread with the epic. And last one, last one before we get to the football because there is a lot of football to get into. Are you ready for this on? Yeah, Julian green. Yeah. Gary Coleman. Hopefully

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Make Sure You Pre-Order 'We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:11 min | 5 months ago

Make Sure You Pre-Order 'We'll Be Back: The Fall and Rise of America'

"I am also a senior columnist of town hall you might want to check out my new column Is John cornyn on drugs Because I hope he's on drugs because that's the best possible explanation for the insanity of his gun sellout And I'm also the author of will be back The fallen rise of America a book about where we are how we got here what pitfalls we face is are we just going to fade away like Japan where everybody's going to get old and live with their cats and have no kids Are we going to have a national divorce Are we going to have a Civil War I look at that I leverage my military experience including my time at the army war college I was at the U.S. Army war college which is the Chico state of war colleges It's a party war college but I leverage that And Dan bongino has blurbed the book A great Dan bongino actually says this is a good book You're going to like it go get it Are you going to disappoint Dan Are you going to break Dan's heart Pre order We'll be back the phone rise of America comes out July 12th and you can get it on Amazon or Barnes and noble where all the other book places

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"chico state" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

Mouse and Weens

03:35 min | 7 months ago

"chico state" Discussed on Mouse and Weens

"Do you know I was saying when you went to choose which grad school you were going to go to between Cal state San Marcos and San Diego state, university, right? No, no, no. Well, I just want to know, and this isn't to get tiffy at all, except do you think that state schools are not that great? In my, I feel like I'm on the stand. Yes, I swear to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth. When I went to school, which was 92, well, my college years were 90 to 95. And thereafter thinking about grad school didn't go, but in 1990, San Diego state was known to be the party school. As was Cal state or CSU Chico, Chico state. So state schools kind of had the reputation of being more of the.

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"chico state" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The L. A school district will soon need to get the Covid 19 vaccine if they want to attend in person classes. Though, the school district announced the new mandate yesterday, students in sports and extracurricular activities will have to get their first shot by October. 3rd. You kind of knew this was coming. Oh, yeah? Yes. Here's a companion story. Along those lines L. A county has seen a 30% decrease in Covid cases among Children. As testing and masking protocols seemingly have had some sort of impact. And if you didn't know about 27% of all, Covid infections reported in L, a county have been Children, so that's significant in that way. And you know, this comes almost simultaneous to what you were talking about. Jennifer Jones Lee as far as, uh, the vaccine mandate for kids, 12 and up. The various systems, school districts counties now the federal government. They gave people time. To come to these things on their own. And too many people did not. And so now it's all going to be in the form of mandates. And that's going to force a lot of people to do things they weren't going to do and you're going to see the numbers go down. I guess that's a bad thing. No miracle. Good thing. Oh, yeah, I mean, but the point is what we could have handled it. We could have used our freedom to choose responsibly. But too many people didn't so now we're being mandated. To be responsible, whether we like it or not. Oh, there's some really good news in New Orleans. Some signs of recovery a couple of weeks after Hurricane Ida struck Almost everybody in the city has power. And if you want to look for a tiny sign that things are getting back to normal. Beer being delivered to bars and restaurants in the French corridor, and the famous Cafe du Monde is again serving their delicious boneyards. Little pieces of normalcy returning. What about women? Pulling up the shirts for beads that hasn't That focused on the important thing. Let me check The Wall Street Journal's You said, normal. That's normal for me. And you know, I'm gonna check the Wall Street Journal runs a beads for boobs Dashboard and and let me just check the current stats? No, not yet. Not yet. But if the beer has been delivered, then the other is not far behind. Uh oh. Now we know Now we know what part of the rich history of New Orleans smoke County. You've never been on Bourbon Street during Mardi Gras. Yeah, that's not a scene for me. Uh, zero interest. Honestly wait. Yeah, honestly, which part that I've never been or that I have no desire to at least have experienced at once. No, because you know what? I went to West Virginia University for college. And when I went to college, the drinking age was 18, which meant almost every single student. Okay. You know, almost every single student it was totally legal to drink. You were allowed to have alcohol in your dorm room. And there was a section of Morgantown called Sunnyside and it was nothing but bars. So We had the drunk people. We had people. We had the crowds. We had the people walking down the sidewalk with a drink. And we had the women flashing, so I already got a snoot full of that. You didn't have the same quality of food, though. Cuisine. Oh, that's so true. When I was thinking about you were describing Chico State and all I remember late night giant burritos at some place on the corner that I know Gary and Shannon have mentioned, but that was about the extent of the food. Yeah, but Chico State very similar to that. Oh, yeah, it was. It was wild and then you know, they raise the drinking age of 21. And sunny side is like a ghost town Now D C was no different back in the late eighties, They changed the drinking age to 21. I think of like 1986 1987. And so when I was a freshman in college, it was the same thing. Except you had more universities within a small area in D. C O State. They never changed the drinking age. Nobody got the memo up there. Apparently not. All right. The Dixie Fire is moving now north, and that means that there are new evacuations and crews are super concerned about the weather because it's that dry lightning. That is one of the biggest fears that you hear from firefighters is the dry lightning. Oh, and on top of that, they've got wins that they're very worried about. That could intensify things. So it's pushing toward old station in Chester County, and evacuations are also for people who live along the last in volcanic National Park entrance. This is not far from my parents, the Bridge campground as long as people who live along highway 44, which is where I grew up. I hate this story. It's 59% contained, so it's definitely it's going to surpass the August complex and become the biggest fire. Single or complex fire in the history of the state. And in fact may hit that goal. What within the next couple three weeks depending on how fast it keeps spreading? Yeah, if it goes at this rate, yeah, far faster than three weeks, but, um, yeah, So they're saying that it's one of the 13 large wildfires in the state. And this isn't including the cow door fire. Right? So we're going back. We're going back to the Ogi fire this year. It's just it's crazy. All right, Let's get a news update from Jennifer Jones. Lee will continue handle on the news. It's K F I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart radio APP. Students in the.

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"chico state" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"My mind. I get it really. Does it mean so long as the Andrew buyers It it's the motorcycle shop. Startups like just go in there. If you like crypto companies e direct to consumers director consumer companies sascha beat obese sas low touch tasks like. We have literally everything in it. It kind of blows my mind the traction we've been able to receive in we love dub yourself and do Reviews one. I loved the pitch all right last three questions and they get one to finish up. First one is. What's the most important book that you've ever read how to get rich. Refuse dennis It has a terrible title is a tear. Like it's not a book about how to get rich so I've been very fortunate with the people that i've worked with. At previous company. Shoutout to christian. Friedman he started company called bill dot com and he gave a presentation at chico state beforehand message and business apps and he said two things he said. Read how to get rich by feeling santa's and don't work enterprise rent car. I did both of those things in my worked out. Pretty well for me. i think But the book is just as very on his story about what it's like and what it takes to get rich And it's not for everyone and it shouldn't be everyone like there's a lot of sacrifices you have to make The guy also was just very candidate. Some of his personal is such a great read into the inside of someone. Like what's it really likely.

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"chico state" Discussed on Plan B Success

Plan B Success

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on Plan B Success

"But i could feel inside something that said you can do this. You can heal yourself. You're you don't have to take this prognosis in diagnosis of. But the doctor said you can go ahead and do what you to do. And i think the combination of all of those things got me through the dark times and once you in or after three years once you got your motion back and you started going back into a more of a normal life. How was the evolution after that for you. How did you from becoming active to becoming coach. Actually yeah you know I started coaching when i was in high. School my My mentoring coaching high school had started a private club on the side and he hired me when i was sixteen years old. He saw something in me. Which i'm so grateful for. I guess as a teacher and i started coaching. When i was in high school and i fell in love with it and so i knew immediately that that's what i wanna do for if i wanted to go into the private club business and coach because kids were coming there to learn exactly what i was teaching and so when i got into the coaching field after my accident The accident really spurred me on to create a program that would develop total body awareness for my athletes so that they would never ever get hurt like i and it was you know and that program is what actually allowed me further my career because you know like My kids had so much success in competition That they asked me to be on the coaching staff. And then i got to travel around the world with usa team and it was just amazing and it was in. It all stemmed from from the broken neck. I used to tell people and they all they always think it sounds funny to look at me sideways. Most of the time. But i think you know breaking my neck was probably the best thing that ever happened to me in my life because i was actually going down the wrong road in college To get a little background. When i was in high school in gymnastics it wasn't really accepted as a sport. You know nobody came to watch us. You know people said you know we weren't really athletes But when i got into college it was like the number one sport in my college at chico state university and you know thousands of people came to watch us and so instantly. I became a big man on campus in my head exploded and my ego went crazy and you know in a hundred kept going down that road. I would have done not good things. I don't think so you know breaking my neck was was a good thing for me and and You know that's that's how. I got through it all in and ask what inspired me to my coaching career. Elizabeth experience training olympic athletes. Oh that was. That was such a gift you know. I you know when i was on the coaching staff. And you know when. I got to travel with the team I got to travel with the men's and women's team lots of times and i actually got to take mary. Read was the gold medal winner. Eighty four hundred very first international trip when she was twelve years old. We went to canada for a five country. And you know it's amazing. Russia you the the elite athletes they are. They really know who they are. You know i meant. They are not all boastful and full of themselves. You know they just know who they are as human beings and they let their actions speak for them..

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"chico state" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on KGO 810

"Cards are really easy to get. But do you think that it's a smart thing to give a college student or to even have, um you're already racking up the debt. If you have a student loan, do you need to add credit card debt on top of it? Let's go to the phones for 15 80 88 10 and start with Maryland who's calling from Palo Alto. Good Morning, Marilyn. Oh, Hi, I I didn't think I'd be on this test, but no, I've I've heard people Well, I've heard a little not little kids because I'm older, but I've heard people talk about. Well, I went to college and I can't find a job because they majored in I don't know. Some kind of basket weaving or something like that, right? Something stupid and it's like You look well since I am older. I remember looking in the want ads, you know, back back in the days when there were newspapers Mhm was looking and I remember I'm already segment will. I'm a registered nurse and like there was a whole Page of registered nurses jobs, But you know all this other stuff philosophy because when I went to school, some guy Well, there were these people that Oh, I'm going to major in philosophy. What? Yeah, exactly. And you have to just choose your major. With your salary in mind. People don't want to take $100,000. Student loan debt on if the job you're going to get the average wage is $25,000 a year? Guess that you're not going to pay off that loan anytime soon. Barry texted and from Gilroy also went to Chico State lived in Craig Hall. Look at USC and I lived in Craig Hall to say, Oh, yeah, I remember seeing all the credit card stands when school started. And yes, I signed up for one. For cool Chico State T shirt. It started my credit history and the downfall that I had to recover from later on after college, no credit cards for college students. You think it's possible? Do you live your life without credit cards? Have you just cut them up and you just haven't turned back? I have. I haven't used a credit card in over a year and a half. So I I paid them off from all my credit cards and I don't use them. That's amazing. You don't even use a month a month and just pay it off months later. Wow. Oh, you know what I'm going to be honest. There is one thing that is attached to my credit card. And that is my apple. My apple iTunes. So every single time that my kids download some sort of app that costs money have to pay $4.99. Which I don't mind because every month it gets paid off, But no, I don't have a credit card in my wallet that I use. I still have my college credit card. Oh, show off. Uh, no, but I keep it because it helps my credit score along. But if you don't use it, if the oldest account you have that bumps your credits. Oh, look at that. All right, 415 80 88 10. This person from the 65. Oh texted in and you can as well at 80808 10. This person, says Nicky. I added my daughter as an additional user on my credit card during her college years. I prefer that over her using a debit card. It helped her build credit. And now she is working and has her own credit card. Are you planning on giving your daughter Brett a credit card when she goes? She has a debit card. Um, and she just applied for a credit card. She just did the application process. And how much is the A P r Do you know? Well, I didn't shack, but it's better. It is a credit union, so it's probably it's probably better than your average credit card. Um, but she applied for a limit of 5000. Wow. Okay. And she makes how much an hour Well, that's the question. You have to do the math do them out. It's not. It's literally simple math. If you don't make $5000 a month, let's just say if she doesn't make $5000 a month, and you spend $5000 a month on your credit card. Guess what you're going to be in the whole this person from the two Oh, nine, says those credit card chaos. People got me in my freshman year. Back in 1991 down at U C L A took me a decade to get out of that debt. I learned my lesson. This person says I only Oh, my mortgage, which is a great place to be right. If you can get there, it's it's actually great. This person said..

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"chico state" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on KGO 810

"Loans of more than 323,000 borrowers who have significant permanent disabilities. It's also apparently going to remove some barriers for borrowers who qualify for the relief in the future, and they're putting the number at about 5.8 billion with a B dollars a debt is going to be erased. When we're talking about debt and student loan debt, I think one of the biggest gifts Any parent would want to give their kids. Um at least you know, to ease some of the burden is to be able to pay for their college right? So they don't have to take out loans. So when you graduate, you don't have this. You know, Bill noose around your neck, You know, I mean, it's just like this weight around your neck where you have this debt. You have to pay that you don't have a job. I can't imagine what it's like right now. With the pandemic and and and trying to find a high paying job to pay off your student loan debt. So 415 80 88 10. Let's talk about debt that you acquire in college. So did you do everything in cash? Was your parents or were you able to pay for college as you went? Or did you take out credit cards because taking out credit cards I think can be one of in my opinion. Worst things you can do when you're starting your college career. So when the Sun is a financial advisor with Sun Group sent group wealth partners and had some advice for college students are really looking for a credit card that you're going to be able to hold on for a really long time. So that's going to be one that has no annual fee. That's key. So whatever credit card you established for yourself make sure has no annual fee. No surprises also pay attention to interest rate. Make sure the interest rate isn't too high and make sure you set up auto pay. As soon as you get your credit card number set it up. So pulls out of your checking a cow and talk to your parents, too, because maybe you want to just make sure you never miss a payment. And maybe they'll, you know, you come to some agreement that maybe they'll bail you out. It is a certain amount, but this is a time to over. Communicate with your parents about your money. Oh, I don't have any more. Yeah, over communicate about money or lack thereof. So okay. Quick story. Yeah. And if my father's listening, he's cracking up. Okay, So I was a freshman at Chico State freshman year in college. And so my dad, hands me a credit card. And he goes, Nikki. This is only for emergencies and he was going to he was going to pay it if If, for instance, my car kept breaking down, And so it's kind of that thinking if you're stuck somewhere, and you have an emergency. Well, there was also like a 7 11 at the corner down from Greg Hall that I took 20 bucks out of every freaking day on this credit card, just taking cash up and the first visit home familiar with that he cut it up right in front of me like he's just like he's like, Hey, let me see that and I gave it to me. This is all you know, And so that was my first and last credit card. A free gift for signing up. No, it was it was his Yeah, I was on his account, which wasn't smart, but I remember walking through the campus and they had all those little, uh, will kiosk things with the credit card people there. Hey, hey, Free T shirt. Free pizza Free. Whatever. If you sign up for a credit card now. The reason why I'm asking this question is because not only do we have a student loan debt problem in this country that, of course, President Biden is trying to address but we have a credit card debt problem. College student or not, So if you want to admit it, how much credit card debt are you holding right now? And where did your I guess behavior credit card behavior begin because I think for many people, it does start in college. So, for instance, my freshman year in college I know what the hell I was thinking. I didn't have a job. I don't if even if it was my credit card Don't know where the money was going to come to pay the bill. I remember my mom telling me all the time. Do you find a job? Well, that would require looking for one. And I wasn't doing that. So No, I was terrible. It was terrible. I was a terrible first year college students. End up coming home, staying with my parents, because that's what I needed to do. My parents gave me a Chevron credit card with the idea when I went off to Chico State, as well with the idea that it would allow me to go visit them because I can pay for my gas. More often, so they'd see more of me, right? I found a Chevron and Chico with a mini mart. There you go. All of my grocery shopping at the mini mark, which is the most the least economical way to grocery shop, right? Not thinking about economics or grocery shopping at him anyway, right and they were great. They didn't cut it up. I think they knew what I was doing. Yeah, you know, And then when it When I came of age at 21, you could go to Chevron. Mini Martin buy beer with the Chevron credit card that I was supposed to use to fill up the tank to go visit them which I didn't do very often. Yeah, Like, why are you spending so much gas? Not visiting us. Brad. How the hell is that happening? But I will say back when when we were going to Chico State. I mean, it was like $1800 a semester. Yeah, it was so different. It was so different. Yeah, it's it's a new reality. College is really expensive. Credit.

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"chico state" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on KGO 810

"Borrowers who have significant permanent disabilities. It's also apparently going to remove some barriers for borrowers who qualify for the relief in the future, and they're putting the number at about 5.8 billion with a B dollars a debt is going to be erased. When we're talking about debt and student loan debt, I think one of the biggest gifts Any parent would want to give their kids. Um at least you know, to ease some of the burden is to be able to pay for their college right? So they don't have to take out loans. So when you graduate, you don't have this. You know, Bill noose around your neck, You know, I mean, it's just like this weight around your neck where you have this debt, You have to pay and you don't have a job. I can't imagine what it's like right now. With the pandemic and and and trying to find a high paying job to pay off your student loan debt. So 415 80 88 10. Let's talk about debt that you acquire in college. So did you do everything in cash? Was your parents or were you able to pay for college as you went? Or did you take out credit cards because taking out credit cards I think can be one of in my opinion. Worst things you can do when you're starting your college career. So when the Sun is a financial advisor with Sun Group sent group wealth partners and had some advice for college students are really looking for a credit card that you're going to be able to hold on for a really long time. So that's going to be one that has no annual fee. That's key. So whatever credit card you savaged for yourself, make sure has no annual fee. No surprises also pay attention to interest rates. Make sure the interest rate isn't too high. And make sure you set up auto pay as soon as you get your credit card number set it up. So pulls out of your checking a cow and talk to your parents, too, Because maybe you want just make sure you never miss a payment. And maybe they'll, you know, you come to some agreement that maybe the value out. It is a certain amount, but this is a time to over. Communicate with your parents about your money. I don't have any more. Yeah, over communicate about money or lack thereof. So okay, Quick story. Yeah. And if my father's listening, he's cracking up. Okay, So I was a freshman at Chico State freshman year in college. And so my dad, hands me a credit card. He goes, Nikki. This is only for emergencies and he was going to he was going to pay it. You know, if if, for instance, my car kept breaking down, and so it's kind of that thinking if you're stuck somewhere And you have an emergency. Well, there was also like a 7 11 at the corner down from Greg Hall that I took 20 bucks out of every freaking day on this credit card, just taking cash out, and the first visit home familiar with that he cut it up right in front of me is that he's like he's like, Hey, let me see that and I gave it to me. This is all you know, And so that was my first and last credit card. You get a free gift for signing up. No, it was it was his Yeah, I was on his account, which wasn't smart, but I remember walking through the campus and they had all those little, uh, will kiosk things with the credit card people there. Hey, hey, Free T shirt. Free pizza Free. Whatever. If you sign up for a credit card now. The reason why I'm asking this question is because not only do we have a student loan debt problem in this country that, of course, President Biden is trying to address but we have a credit card debt problem. College student or not, So if you want to admit it, how much credit card debt are you holding right now? And where did your I guess behavior credit card behavior begin because I think for many people, it does start in college. So, for instance, my freshman year in college I know what the hell I was thinking. I didn't have a job. I don't if even if it was my credit card Don't know where the money was going to come to pay the bill. Remember my mom telling me all the time? Do you find a job? Well, that would require looking for one. And it wasn't doing that so No, I was terrible. It was terrible. I was a terrible first year college students. End up coming home, staying with my parents, because that's what I needed to do. My parents gave me I Chevron credit card with the idea when I went off to Chico State, as well with the idea that it would allow me to go visit them because I can pay for my gas. More often, so they'd see more of me, right? I found a Chevron and Chico with a mini mart. There you go. All of my grocery shopping at the mini mart, which is the most the least economical wait to grocery shop there. Not thinking about economics or grocery shopping at him anyway. Right and they were great. They didn't cut it up. I think they knew what I was doing. Yeah, you know, And then when it When I came of age at 21, you could go to Chevron. Mini Martin buy beer with the Chevron credit card that I was supposed to use to fill up the tank to go visit them which I didn't do very often. Yeah, Like, why are you spending so much gas? Not visiting us. Brad. How the hell is that happening? But I will say back when when we were going to Chico State. I mean, it was like $1800 a semester. Yeah, it was so different. It was so different. Yeah, it's it's a new reality. College is really expensive. Credit.

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"chico state" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"And am 9 70 The answer. Colonel Kurt Schlichter, retired Army Infantry Colonel with the Masters and strategic studies from the United States Army War, College boy, That is so that the resume right there. Colonel Kurt is awesome. Welcome back to the show, sir. Great to have you with us. Also in full disclosure. The Army War College is actually the party war college. It's the Chico State or college. Uh, chickens, so I can't. I can't. I got the reference. That's great. Oh, my goodness. Gracious. Hey, no, really Come on the U. S. Army War College. I think it's also Colonel. Let me let me start. You know those congressman If I may, sir? Peter Meyer and Seth Moulton. They made it to Kabul and everybody's getting up against. I like that. They did that. I don't know what was that wrong for them to do with the congressman to make that road trip to Afghanistan? Well, look, I'm no fan of Seth Moulton and Peter Meyer is a soft squishy y no, but they they are veterans, and they were for whatever misguided reasons elected by their constituents to go and do the job of legislators and one of the jobs of legislators. One of the jobs that has been sadly overlooked is oversight of the executive. Now, of course, our executive branch is dominated by a desiccated old zombie. Who staggers through life and spent most of his time blocking in a shawl eating Mushin watching Matt walk, so he definitely needs oversight. So I Eating. So this is going to be the rare occasion where I'm not criticizing molten or Meyer. I think what they did was, uh, their job. I think it was important. And I think the Democrats are vapor locked because they found out what a cluster blank this is. Yeah, yeah. You know, Colonel, to your point. I don't even know where to begin because I'm hearing I'm watching blinking up there. At least you can put two sentences together. But this is this is a scared staffer. You know, this is like Jake Solomon. Like the whole administration. They are scared Lifetime bureaucrats in Washington. You know that now they day one thing. Well, there's 2500 American citizens, Then this warning uh, you know, overnight where the U S embassy Kable. Advised U S citizens not to travel to the cars A international airport at this time don't travel, then they then they specify citizens already at the airports navigate Eastgate. Listen. Northgate were advised to leave immediately said the security alert. What in the name of God is going on, Colonel? Well, it's complete chaos. You know, I never thought I'd say it, but I'm kind of looking back to the cool, steady, uh, calm leadership under the Trump Administration, or at least the last part of it. When you had Robert O'Brien. He was perhaps America's best national security adviser in 60 years and personal friend of mine. Yeah, please, But But, I mean, you know you, you you look at the last year Trump Administration. Yeah, we just saw the whole Middle East War. Singh has been going on for 70 years. Yeah, we we saw the Kosovo war. No. They got Ric Grenell out there to solve the the Albanian and Serbian problems which I served in and these guys they can't even know they can't even manage a flight to Doha. Yeah, it's insane. Yeah, It's scary. Now. How dangerous is this security alert that they said from your experience, Colonel. Are they hearing something? Are they hearing something that and then the enemy? That's question number one. If I'm a colonel curtain, we appreciate you being with us. The second one is Isis K, which sounds like a cereal. And I think it's something that I think they're manufacturing Isis K now because God forbid something happens, Biden doesn't have the guts or the courage. Or the manhood. Forgive me for being old fashioned. When I say that he doesn't have the guts to go up against the Taliban and blamed the Taliban. He will deviate and distract and blame another terror group. I mean, you get your thoughts on that, if you would, colonel. Well, look, I did not serve in Afghanistan, so I can't pick out the little. You know the particular groups in particular networks, But it is important to know that there is no quote unquote Taliban. There are gangs of warlords, Uh, and they work together in a rather loose fashion. What would what I expect. They're doing right now, sending guys out with big bags with dollar signs on them and handing them to the local warlords saying, Make sure everything's cool and and we'll keep giving money. But there's going to be other warlords looking at back on him. Where's Abdul's love? Where's my money? Yeah, basically grab a couple of, you know, coaches for the robotics team. Uh, you know, the Americans will show me the money, so it's a very dangerous situation. I assume that they are still getting intelligence. Although most of the intelligence capabilities have been completely wiped out. Wow, no, I know that was unbelievable would happen. And now the August 31st deadline, and and Joe Biden just bought and sold by this Ted by this Taliban, so afraid of them, I've never seen fear It's an embarrassment now, even the mainstream media Is like they're they're even saying, you know, it's like the darkest day in America's history. What we're going through. What if we don't meet the deadline? I I fear what will happen, Colonel. It's going to make the Iranian hostage crisis look like a picnic. And then we're gonna have to far Ted Koppel of him. Yeah, God forbid, Jesus. It's going to be impossible, Colonel, We appreciate it. I mean, you know any any any any signs of hope? Coming out of this absolute humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, sir. Look, there's always signs of hope, Uh, but it's going to get worse before it gets better. The problem is we have a president who is incompetent. Uh, he always was in confident Now. He's also manifest mental decline. Look, this wouldn't have happened under Donald Trump. Because they look at Donald Trump. No, no, no, The infidel will kill us. They'll kill us all. They look at this guy and go. What the hell? Or is America thinking and America needs to ask itself? Exactly right, Colonel Kurt Schlichter. Thank you, Colonel. Appreciate it very much, my friend. Thanks for taking the time with us. And, uh we are we We are impressed that you United States Army workout. Very impressive, sir. Thank you very much. Colonel. We'll talk to you soon. Kurt. Thanks, man. Hey, it's Joe Piscopo. I've been preaching.

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"chico state" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"Something all right. This is not spring break bust. this is something else. We got request last week to try to do a kind of a virgin spring great bus. We an college confessions. we solicited. we asked for this type of thing. We got a call. We got an email from nell. Mel you there hi i so what is your situation. How can we help you. Well my boyfriend on just just went to college I'm still in high school. And he's now going to uc santa barbara. So i basically just want you to call a ticket on him. I wanna know what he's up to like you know i trust him. I just wanna know you know. Kind of mischief or trouble is getting into that. He's not telling me. Have you guys made a vow to stay just you in the relationship. Oh yeah okay. How long have you guys been together leaving together for over a year and you trust him. He hasn't given you the reason to not trust. No i trust. I trust them I mean. I'm sure that he's having a lot of fun with his friends. He said he's made you. Fred coughed up. But i just kinda wanna know what they're up to. But yeah. I think i trust in to an extent. Okay so let me. Let me tell you something real quick. So i went to san diego. State and sending state at the time was like the number two party school in the country like we were t shirts. We're number two number two number. One was chico state right but we would leave sega state and we would go to. Uc santa barbara to really party and uc. Santa barbara was out of control. I mean like in the streets like mardi gras like crazy crazy. And i could tell you some stories. They're the things that happened to me..

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"chico state" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on KGO 810

"The Sacramento Bee reporting the records from about 130 students at Chico State were dumped on anonymous Internet message board commenter on the site, then linked to a spreadsheet with detailed explanations from students. Who had asked to be exempt from receiving the vaccine in order to attend the college. The school is investigating 61 year old Richmond woman under arrest after police say she led them on a chase through three counties. Police attempted a traffic stop early Saturday morning. Instead of pulling over, the woman got off the freeway and drove through cinema, Marine and Contra Costa counties. Jiang Wan was eventually detained by CHP officers. She faces charges of evading a police officer. The vice president, returning to the Bay Area this week to campaign with Governor Newsom for next month's recall election. The recall was called in part over objections. Newsom's handling of the pandemic and has turned into a race between the governor and more than 20 Republican challenges. Campaigning across the state, he is running negative campaign ads about his challengers. He is now in full campaign mode. We're going to see Vice President Kamala Harris with him this week campaigning with him in the Bay Area. He's also saying what's at stake on a national level. What if a Republican replaces him? And there's a vacancy in the Senate who gets to replace that seat to Republican that could tip the balance of the Senate nationally? ABC's Liz Kreutz in San Francisco. Governor Newsom is asking the White House to declare a major disaster declaration to help people impacted by California wildfires. State O ES director Mark Gerald du Chee says the declaration would benefit wildfire response and recovery efforts and.

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"chico state" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The basin. And with weather conditions improving in the West, more fresh firefighters becoming available. Tony's Gardena is with the U. S. Forest Service. We're seeing relief in some of those other geographic areas in that surge of resources, some of it in route already others is being coordinated. The Cal door fires burned 107,000 acres at 162 Square Miles that's bigger than the cities of Philadelphia and Detroit. 400 homes destroyed more than 17,000 structures threatened 25,000 people in El Dorado County alone are evacuated or news. Now with KPK is Joe Michaels coronavirus. Very latest news 93.1 KFBK a data breach at California State University, Chico shared more than 100 students personal information on an online anonymous message board. Said the reporting Chico State students seeking religious exemption from the Covid 19 vaccine had their data leaked after someone posted a spreadsheet with personal information for those approved and denied the exemptions, including several N C double a athletes. The dump affecting students requests between June 7th in August. 10th 23 campus CSU system requires all students to be vaccinated against Covid 19 by the end of September. A California lawmaker has tested positive for the coronavirus KFBK political reporter Mike Laurie has more on what's a breakthrough case for a Sacramento representative Kevin McCarthy, The Sacramento assemblyman, says he's tested positive for the Covid 19 virus. Despite being fully vaccinated and wearing a mask in the capital, McCarty told the Sacramento Bee he's notified people who came in close contact with him, including a dozen other lawmakers who attended the same conference. McCarty says he tested negative twice last week. But after feeling.

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"chico state" Discussed on Cultivating Place

Cultivating Place

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on Cultivating Place

"I couldn't live in the city anymore. i flew back in. I drove around the city. I got around. Everything was just pitiful to me or just put me in a really depressive State that all i wanted to do was come home so i rolled it chico state college and i got accepted and i left left a relationship with a four month old to come home because He didn't want to leave and i had to. And so he wanna come with me so it was that that's high to come home and so i I went to a camp that summer and in that camp. I stayed for a week. My daughter came and visited but my family took care. But i stayed on the river for a week and i learned basket weaving. I learned how to process so route. I learned how to process acorn and Just you know a handful of things but all week long you know with fishing cooked outside did netting work with feathers And i just couldn't stop basket weaving once. They showed me how to do it. I just couldn't stop. And i didn't wanna forget how to do it so as soon as i finished a basket i would be starting another one just to remember how to start it and then and then also had to finish it and i was just so afraid of losing how to do it that i would just do it over and over and over again and then after the camp i started going trying to find more sticks and there wasn't really a master weaver around so i ended up going to the river going all these different places together willow. Just because i'd be driving along. And i'd be like oh there's will and i grab it and come home find out. Oh cal trans put. A bunch of poison down in that area. Probably shouldn't put that in your mouth. I don't like being. So i'd have to find another spot you know and then i i went through all kinds of things so eventually You know. I was trying to hold workshops and And getting willow so. It was chico state university that had some property of butte creek and a professor don hankins that we were able to get a willow patch going really strong for basket material and we ended up Propagating it so well and around that we. We've created a. We're that you could see even from satellite from space on that creek. So the the land management along with attending for basket willow material was really fundamentally the beginning of my land management experience and mostly. It was teaching. Kids i. I'll have to say it was having to come up with curriculum after curriculum. Working on a kitchen creek's program that you know. You have fifth graders but fourth graders tenth graders. I didn't have learning all kinds of stuff to go. Run down to teach the kids. That's so great. So at what point was known to you. Consciously that your traditional home and you're Native american ancestry was based in chico california. Or what is you know what we call chico. California now yeah. My dad was a tribal administrator of the mitchell. Tribe and in nineteen ninety-one we'd filed the lawsuit in the sugarbowl lawsuit for our federal recognition because we were illegally terminated as a tribe so we sued the we stood the federal government and got our we got our recognition reestablished. My dad was the tribal administrator at that time. And i lived with him so i would just go to work with him in the morning and i was. I wasn't an employee in at that time. Tribal offices often had half the community members sitting around having coffee and answering the phones and filing when they didn't even work there Just because we just were so we were so new you know we were just just so new and so i was in their drawing pitchers going through files. We ended up getting boxes and boxes of files on the mature machuka and i ended up going through them and to file that and it was. You know spending hours and hours. You know i would look up. And i'm like oh my god i have to eat lunch and i'd i'd have to go eat lunch and come back and i just day after day. Start looking through these records in a lot of it. I absorbed and a lot of it was also plant material because you know in the early nineteen hundreds the tribe had an herbal business called arrow arrowhead medicine and it was shut down by enloe. Who is now the now named after the big and his whole legacy but he had done a lot to shut down. The machuka. Herbal practice and a lot of that information was nba. Records so I i also just got enough information to go. Go to the bancroft and go to other libraries to find more information based on the tips. I got the ba records. That is great and so when you moved back to chico at eighteen year father was here yes my father and my whole family so my whole tribal family started to move back because of our tribal recognition. We were building housing program. And since we didn't have a reservation or land in trust we were going to have to buy real estate of on the competitive market and turn it into a corporation for housing And make it for low income In the middle of town amongst everybody which really brought us to city hall we had a lot of folks come in saying they didn't want native neighbors because we'd bring down the value of their property Did you go to the camp where you immersed yourself in learning skills prior to working with kids increase so it was a really interesting development for the cultural camp and it didn't happen very often. It happened to be something that was very magical because it didn't happen a lot and only happened in this little window frame and it was before i taught kids in creeks so what happened was i kinda showed up and i. I met brian bibi and craig bates who are both ethnographers. They were in their forties and fifties. Maybe and they were. They were ethnographers and in when they were eighteen. Nineteen and they met but to tribal elder henry as belt and henrietta house belt corresponded with them and shared knowledge with them wrote letters with them and they kept strict records. They kept it immaculate records of all their correspondence with our tribal elder and he was so forthright and sharing information. He shared them a cultural items. He showed them stories. Henry as veld's mother is maria's belt. Mary as belts has buried in our tribal cemetery. The one that i said everyone was traipsing upon going weedy or they would be disrespectful She is. She was the queen and waiting in hawaii and so. There's a huge background story of the hawaiian connection with machuka. And that you know henry as belts. Mother was related to King ca mamiya and she was with the king during his death. And she you know. Just the political colonization of hawaii happened kind of on top of a of the of what happened here in northern california. And so there's a lot of episodes ethnography and so when they studied at eighteen nineteen they were fascinated with it and they they it. It broke their heart to thank the maturity culture People were forgotten entreated as has been when they kind of knew the lineage of all of us and we kind of all kind of stayed together and married into other tribal groups but still held some identity to who we were even when we were placed in colo so when they worked with our cultural director they basically created a curriculum to throw in all the ethnographer as much as they could information that they got from. Henry is belt to pass down to all of us so it was our choice to go and follow them as they did it but it was a one shot deal because soon after they taught all this Craig bates had a stroke and was able to speak. I think it was one thousand nine hundred nine and then when he fell ill i took on a really strong passion to to keep going because he. He shared that right before that happened to him so i have. I have to keep pushing so you. I mean it seems like the universe just kept putting this back in your path back in your pass alley that these were things that were yours to to care for did it. Did it feel like that at the time. No i have really low self esteem. i didn't feel worthy which was great. Because i didn't really build an ego around it. Which was helpful. I still have a chip on my shoulder. But that's because of all the information i know and i'm just kind of a little bit mad about it. I could be better to describe moving into the kids. In creeks program when i worked started working with kids and creeks the program is outdoor education watershed education and so i saw an even don hankins. It was working with me. A perfect to incorporate traditional ecological knowledge to e. k..

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"chico state" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yeah. Trails and parks. I don't know if you get a warrant in your bed. I'm not sure about that. Oh, I don't think you can. Yeah. You have to be so foul trying to return back. No, no, no. Hey, look, I don't know what happened here, but it looks like somebody killed somebody on my bed, so I don't know what the hell you might want to take this thing back who slip on this Lizzie Borden's parents. Come on, let's go. Medium Oh, give me a mattresses. I'm sorry to say, but I'm not come. There's a story behind this mattress and you're not gonna want to hear it. Don't pull out the black light. All right, That's you know, you used mattresses. Let's open our brand shop. Let's get something. We are this and only spent four months in Skid Row and now can be yours to 99. This one fresh out of college fraternities basement. Oh, we'll take on mattress firm and we'll go to the mountain. Oh, if that was Chico, look out! That was gonna really be nasty. Oh, yeah, I know. We got to go. But I remember when I was in college thrown delivery. We offer it all. I don't know if they still do it, but Playboy would come out with the tin Top 10 party schools in the nation. And so we would always be like, Okay. Where we at man? Where we at? You know you'd CLS you would. You'd see Florida State in Florida. And a couple of schools in Texas. You know the schools that we do, but there would always be this one. And we thought it was a joke. But like there's no way there's a place called Chico State. We always get something. Come on, man. We did number one party school, Chico State as BS. Somebody made that up, Then I moved out here. And I met people. With the Chico State. Matter of fact, got some family that I'm married into the with the Chico State and I heard the stories. Oh, they got story man on man is Schevitz Chico State probably still does, but back in the day used to get down. Down. We used the road trips from there, Right? And I'll tell you this. He was kind of like Vegas. They were trying to get their dying The league. Yeah, That's what I heard. Larry. Oh,.

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"chico state" Discussed on The JV Sports Show

The JV Sports Show

06:09 min | 1 year ago

"chico state" Discussed on The JV Sports Show

"Us am and sixty. This is coach todd williamson arizona christian university home when a firestorm and you're listening varsity sports show role storm. Vintage motor specializes in custom builds fabrication engine swaps routine maintenance in service for all years makes and models including diesels from ford model. A builds to tow truck repair and more. It's vintage motors. Give them a call today at six to three nine. Three zero eight four nine four or stop by three zero one five east main street mesa justice of lindsay and tell them the varsity sport show censure started steph movement company with their customers clothing styles in mind. Their goal is to clothe the world. Your way high end comfortable clothing at affordable prices check out. Their custom made hats shirts masks and vintage gear. They outfit the varsity sport show crew in sponsored costanza movement company player of the game award. Find a matt steph. Movement dot e c w i d dot com spelled s. t. e. s. a. forci national youth football and cheer association is here and partnering up with the varsity sports show for coverage twenty twenty one. Join arizona's inaugural twenty twenty one spring tackle season. Ny is leading with community by creating a professional efficient and predictable environment to allow organisations teams players coaches the ability to do what they do best. Just play football now. Building unweighted division. Starting at six you up to eighth grade for this spring season go to n. y. Fca dot com for more info thousands of athletic teams depend on adrenaline fundraising to help reach their financial goals. For goal is twofold first to quip athletic teams to meet those goals by raising more money and less time and providing the very best technology through their digital platform their job is to take the fundraising off the coaches plate and guide them through steps that were proven to get results every time. How easy are teams raising over. Fifty thousand dollars just an hour. It starts with one call to adrenaline six zero two nine nine one eight four five four adrenaline fundraising dot com bringing you the latest sports topics. Weekly right here on katie. Us hey m ten sixty with me. The doug ali show one three pm. And now it's time for beach in with beal. Random thoughts from a real orange county california surfer guy mike beal the opinions expressed during the segment in the way represent. Those of td us am ten sixty arizona the vs for show. It's host war. it's listeners. Welcome back ladies and gentlemen varsity sports show and that disclaimer releases us for any all liability for what may be said by our next guest here. Owns a high school friend and teammate of mine mr mike beal a real orange county guy mike. You're not an orange county this weekend though no once again i'm reporting live from a different location. I mustn't chico calif visiting my son. Who is the wildcat. Chico state and Yesterday we actually play golf. The local golf. I know like i was choosing a sixty five but when all was said and done i shot a ninety five now and that was nine holes. Right no it was too but okay so yeah in our previous segment. We had our old friend. Tyler mayor on he talked about proper hydration. I know chico albeit. It is in northern california. It's not exactly a you know a cold place. It gets pretty warm up there yeah. It was I it was in the eighties yesterday and It was funny. Hi we got duck butter and the way you got what it was warm. We got sucked butter. What is that. that's a county. As i don't know what that means is now it means that Your you need to take a shower after being outside. That's oh lever thirty not only. Are we entertaining. But we're educational on this show. Adam use public or am i gonna get asked to leave some some establishments if i bring that up. Well and based on your social standing i. I wouldn't risk if i were you because you don't really interact well with others so okay. Misuse it and and Getting sand kicked in your face or so all right so because you have such a so-called large following with kind of what kind of nuggets of wisdom do you have for us today On the beach with deal report. Well i can tell you that You know next time you come out here. It's going to be fine at next time. I see you. Hopefully you won't get bullied again like last time when you were here. I remember something about again. Another crying incident. I i caught together. You know people can be cruel. Mike i mean come on. I'm not you know. I don't do well i. I don't even do well boogie board. So i if people people laugh and it's not it's not a fun thing so anyway i know i remember about twenty years ago. You were out here. And i wanted to go surfin so i took you out and you almost died rattle while he was at under till i know granted we were only in water that was knee high. But there was this current that just pulled down. So yeah i i remember you were You're kinda weepy.

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"chico state" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"chico state" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Kfbk rain this afternoon and then storm doors open pretty much all week long. We're going behind your 49 degrees today. Tonight. Rain Low around 41 tomorrow will pop up to about 50 degrees, but again, more rain all the way. Very much through Friday. So enjoy this beautiful sunrise. That's going on right now. It's 30 degrees in Sacramento. After news from the neighborhood, Albert Parnell was ready to go. He's opened up his microphone. He's gonna fire away. Yes, 30 degrees is code, all right? Hello? Yeah. There we go. Sorry. This is coming out of Chico State Enterprise. So Chico State students Regulation center has moved there not electric workout equipment across the street from their rec center unto the second floor of the parking structure, creating a new outdoor working facility for the Chico State students, Okay, when they get back in school, full time in person and Chico State. Thank you, sir. Appreciate that very much. Not just here, By the way did you know storms are ripping through like the Midwest and the East? Oh, yeah. Bama. They had a killer tornado. Some person died. I know. I know it's the weather is the story across the country. There's a story across the country and we bring this up here because look, if your head no. Tonight on head into the mountains anytime in the next three days, folks, this is this is the real deal. So don't mess around with it. Make sure you take all the precautions, your chains all your stuff. Okay. Amazon, offering to lead President Joe Biden. It's operational expertise to shuttle Corona virus vaccines around the country. It's good because California's having difficulty obviously so are other states on progressives within his own party are saying, Let's keep them at arm's length. Why they're concerned that Amazon, in addition to delivering the vaccines will be collecting ah lot of health information on people getting the vaccines and it would be a treasure trove for Amazon because they're now trying to move into the health care market. Which is a $3.8 trillion healthcare markets for vaccines and pharmacies. And all of that Amazon is going to take the science in the data. They won't you size it is. They'll take science data. We're waiting for it. They're gonna steal it. All right, coming up. Remember when Sean Spicer was on dancing with the stars? Do I don't know how that went. That was a disaster. Apparently, there are a lot of politicians that are moving into Hollywood and they're being there's actually sought after by big Casting company. We want to watch them do that. Well, someone wants them wants to watch them do something, Okay, because there's money to be made and politicians as stars coming up. I liked it is.

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"chico state" Discussed on ITN Live

ITN Live

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"chico state" Discussed on ITN Live

"But but again so someone like that and go film we we got some us that are that are auger on the field doing all of the exit the nose. Well let us get an additive. But was funny bob basketball's a little more progressive than football. I hate to say. Because i love football deficit sport basketball has been progressive. No matter what. Even i it. Every level they've always implemented and went beyond involved in the professional levels Their their their Silverman is a great great. He's a great guy. He's always on the budding edge of whatever's going in the society. He's always supporting his players. He's always doing the things they do and translates into his game. The game of the nba grown to be one of the biggest sports in the world. The very progressive football is not. It seems like we're stagnant and with and they're stuck in the good old boy well From that and it goes like i said it goes from high school. He goes from all the way to high school to the pros at. We can be everything you want us to be except for charge while yeah that. That's that's an interesting point so you're still doing some things behind the scenes to penetrate more like that right. I got to go segue come over. They may sports talk a little bit about what you're doing just again bring not just have discussions of line but what are you doing also in your comedian and the folks at uber liberal schools as well within. Yes oh me. I'm i'm more i'm more. I'm trying to advocate. Definitely to bring division to football back to the state of california at the co- at this at the state college level. I think is very very important to have that mechanism to attract minority men to colleges in order from them to be become professionals map festival. Players are nfl players but did become professionals in this world I think there's always mechanisms detract every other every other race in every other person in their football's just one of the main things that go for us. Now we have the division one level very high. We have the us's ucla's would everyone hears about. We have the division one aa level which is to cal. Poly uc davis which are really expensive private schools that go to and the one we have a sex state which is division aa which is very impacted by packet. A lot of people apply there they regionally so there's not a lot of spots. I wanna bring you back to the humble states to chico states states cal state dominguez san marcos and football should be at those schools because now more men of color will go to those schools. It do a couple of things it would not only have them play football. It would give them the mechanism to mortem to go to those schools the mechanism for them to be retained in schools in the mechanism from the graduate schools. Plus in it increases the school's diversity which will have a lot more diversity in inclusion it creates innovation period. It's a no brainer So i'm fighting to bring that back to the state of california. I'm not. I don't know what goes on other states. I don't live in other states..

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Who's the drunkest of them all? Minn. cracks the top 10 drunkest states

Ronn Owens

02:33 min | 5 years ago

Who's the drunkest of them all? Minn. cracks the top 10 drunkest states

"I was a little surprised i i thought minnesota would rank higher the number six number four number four on this list of the druggists states montana honestly again cold dark winters people drink that's montana number four number three again i thought this would have been number two after the number tuesday which i thought was number one which is now worth three is alaska of course joe alaska drinks a lot there's no son for months on end its dark it's cold it's dark it's cold what else do you do you write a snow miohan you drink twenty two point one percent of adults in the state of alaska drink excessively thirty three point eight percent alcohol related driving deaths sir number two on this list of the dronka states wisconsin see i thought wisconsin was number one because i thought wisconsin is like number one in terms of the per capita beer consumption pretty sure that data is still true but number two as wisconsin twenty four point five percent of adults drink excessively drunk is metro area in wisconsin by the way i message of course chico state is why chico's are drunk guest i now as they want to pick on the college give that badly but it's true green bay packers what do you do when you're watching the packers you drink excessively in wisconsin that's the way that goes down number one drunk state honest to goodness i had no idea i thought wisconsin was number one in alaska was number two i'm shocked shocked i tell you at the number one drunk estate in the united states of america can you gas serve its now wisconsin is not alaska it's not montana it's not minnesota not massachusetts who knew it's north dakota i'm telling you this is new a hangar say i'm telling you this is new since the oil boom since the bok in oil shale exploded in brought all of these workers in from out of state who aren't used to the north dakota winter and they're drinking excessively north dakota did not used to be the number one state of dronka state i promise you that you go back.

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