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"cincinnati university" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

03:15 min | Last month

"cincinnati university" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Medal of Freedom, by Bill Clinton. Who is that the bonus? Number 11. All right, those are all your questions for 60s celebrities. We'll be back with the answers after this. We are back with the answers to 1960 celebrities. Did you guess him all? Did you get them correct? We're gonna find out right now. Number one was Jimi Hendrix, real first and middle names of John Allen, played his guitar upside down, opened for The Monkees, Jimmy Hendricks. Number two, cameos in his suspenseful movies never won an Oscar, wife was his biggest collaborator collaborator, Alfred Hitchcock, the great director Alfred Hitchcock, psycho, et cetera. Number three, she was a Swedish American actress singer and dancer, billed as the female Elvis and was in by by birdie and grumpy old men and Margaret and Margaret. Number four, this performing duo divorced in 1975 sunny and Cher, Sonny and Cher. Number 5, he produced The Velvet Underground, the magazine interview and painted famous products of Campbell's soup cans over and over again, Andy Warhol. Number 5, Andy Warhol. Number 6, he starred in the magnificent 7, the great escape and the getaway, Steve McQueen. Steve McQueen. Number 7, she won 18 Grammys in her career. She died Detroit in 2018 and she had a fear of flying Aretha Franklin. Queen of soul Aretha Franklin. Number 8, he could fly planes before getting his driver's license. He was a Professor of aerospace engineering at Cincinnati university for 8 years, and in 1994 he sued hallmark cards for misappropriating his likeness, Neil Armstrong, Neil Armstrong. Number 9, he made a key character out of his mother's old Turquoise coat. That was Kermit the frog and the celebrity was Jim Henson. Who also silk screen theater posters in college and died in May of 1990, Jim Henson. Number ten, she was born in Chicago, Illinois. She appeared in fantastic voyage in 1966. She didn't swing her arms on Seinfeld, Raquel Welch, Raquel Welch. And the bonus Sports Illustrated faces in the crowd segment 60 and 63. Born in Richmond, Virginia 1943 awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in the 90s from Bill Clinton, Arthur Ashe, tennis legend, Arthur ash, ash. And there you have it. Despite my fumbles and speaking, just generally not so great sometimes. Another fun episode of the show. 60s celebrities in the books and your fact of the day is perfect for people who like this stuff. A male kangaroo is called a boomer. There you go. Boomers. Male kangaroo is called a boomer, you're welcome, boomers. Okay, boobers. Thank you for listening today. Thanks for telling a friend about the show. Thanks for leaving an iTunes review, and we'll see you next time for more trivia with buds. Cheers.

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"Figure out their names okay. It's simple university of or something state university. That's it god today. We're going to cincinnati university. Let's go let's go all right. Go go bearcats there either. A cat there are bare but at least they know what their name is were. Their location is okay. And if you'll give me a moment maybe walking. But i i know someone who is fair cats fan so i'm curious to get what his reaction is so i thought that was retired retire. That was using a religious thing that was andrew. A dangerous said that was retired. Or something. i'll i'll because it was. Yeah this off. Season was just very depressing. Everybody so okay all right so that's our okay. So i've chosen the cincinnati bearcats. Is my college football team to care about for the rest of the season. And maybe florida state beat miami or uf by the end of the season and that'll give me some semblance of joy for at least a weekend okay. So that's what. Keep me watching college football but charles. I know the dolphins are just one on one. I get that but they barely beat the new england patriots. Who aren't a good team. They're not and they got throbbed lashed. Destroy just absolutely bitch slapped by the buffalo but the buffalo bills. Who are the team that they had to be in order to show that they were ready for them. Because the bills of benson's brady has left the team to be in the east. So aside from the henry handy counts. Wh- what can i look forward to in the nfl season. I may not convince you. And i guess aside know what say secondary nfc team or an afc team that is actually no and nothing eighteen. Because he i cheer for the titans is my for you but let's go with an nfc team. I don't expect it to be the packers. But not that i could cheer for on the other side so there we go. Let's start with this statement. I was talking to my paralegal about at work today. So you can get from coming from you. Don't do fantasy football. If you did fantasy football there would have been an investment in. Watch it and see it to do. It keeps his new like basketball. Were me. I just love the sport bathroom. I'll wash okay. Basketball keeps me engaged. I know the heat have been good but like basketball. Just the storylines and stuff i. It's just you know it's it's juicier is more gossip in the nba. Like plan right so when we're talking about football you have to think about what fills your soul. And what keeps you going. And i find disney is a fantasy for a reason. Disney is a fantasy with the movies that create the stories that they tell because people use happiness the pursuit of happiness as their inspiration to succeed during dark and difficult times..

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Welcome to coast to coast. Hi there. Um, I didn't hear the first part half hour of the show, but Have you done any forensic? Investigations and its soul. Have you done any investigations of the soil air? And or water. In that area. Now is this Are you talking about, Uh, the footprint where the towers were or or men or the, uh, the landfill at Well, either or and around the area of twin calories. I am not in forensics, so I can't speak to that. I know that there are other agencies that are continually Have continually looked at sampling both of those areas both at the footprints before the new, uh, Memorial was built in man nets and also add At the landfill at fresh kills. As the fresh Kills was totally closed a few years ago in a sum of Morial Park now, But I can't speak to, uh, what's going on there currently because I'm not in the forensics department. Thanks, Mitch. Let's go to wild card line, too. It's our buddy Cornelius. Set of Louisiana. Cornelius, How are you doing? Oh, honey, I'm doing all right. And you got that great Gina. I'll tell you got both the best women of coast to coast on I was, you know, Big Blue one today and Kentucky. They beat Missouri today by seven points 35 to 28 so big blue one I heard you mentioned Big blue last night. Did I did to Louisville Yin? Yeah, we'll have you met. Oh, sorry. Sorry. Have you met Stanley Swan? Go ahead. Okay. Have you met Stanley Swan yet? Stanley? Cornelius? Yes, Mr Swan. How you doing there? My dad was, uh, a funeral home director and stuff and he got his License from Cincinnati University of Embalming in everything, and we had a funeral home business up there, the cutting ham funeral home and lessening Kentucky and he was a Korean War vet and everything. How? Cornelius, How long did he practice? Um, he practiced More than 70 years. He died December. 2020 or Covid 19. That's what took him out and sorry to hear that. Yeah, but he's in a better place. Both my mom and dad had passed and I want to say something to you, Connie. Ya'll are my family now coast to coast and like I said, it was. It's been nice to meet you, Connie and Gina. Of course, Jordan. Tommy knew me because I met him at Oswald Conference down here in New Orleans, Louisiana, and please keep trying to help us down here Added towards up pretty bad. And Stephan and I know it had it up to New York. And heard Joe from the Bronx. But I heard Joe from Long Island, so I hope Joe from the Bronx is doing all right. But my my question for you, Mr Swan. Um Since you said you're not in forensics or anything, but I noticed you said you picked up a piece of the plane part in that kind of really disturbed you and stuff. Um Did. And they did identify, uh, black woman to today or yesterday or they found at who she did, I guess through forensics, and I wanted to mention one more thing to Connie. There's a, uh women of 9 11, and people need to watch that. There's a black lady that was a lieutenant colonel in the Pentagon, and she just barely escaped. Her name is Lieutenant Colonel Willis. She retired as a full bird colonel. And she's African American from Monroe, Louisiana, and graduated from Grambling State University that Is an excellent documentary on the women of 9, 11 and stuff. But like I said, I just wanted to know. Um did you find anything else other than the plane part? God bless you, Connie Willis. We love coast to coast. All right. Thanks, Cornelius. Appreciate that. I do know the documentary you're talking about. I did see that as well today, so stay and I'll go ahead and let you answer that. Yeah. Yes, Cornelius. I did. I did find a lot of personal items. Jewelry, Uh, clothing, personal items, purses, wallets, eyeglasses and several other aircraft parts as well. Parts of aircraft that we could identify as aircraft. And I want to say to you, Cornelius. I want to thank you and your thank your father. Uh, you should be very proud of the years he spent In funeral service and think of all the families that he helped in touched, and you can be very proud of that. Yeah, that's um.

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"We're going to take some phone calls, Stanley, Is that okay with you? Oh, sure. Okay. Let's go to wild card line number one. Mitch out of Boulder. How are you, Mitch? Welcome to coast to coast. Hi there. Um, I didn't hear the first part half hour of the show, but Have you done any forensic? Investigations and his soul. Have you done any investigations of the soil air? And or water. In that area. Now is this Are you talking about, Uh, the footprint where the towers were or or men or the, uh, the landfill at Well, either or and around the area of the twin cowers. I am not in forensics, so I can't speak to that. I know that there are other agencies that are continually Have continually looked at sampling both of those areas both at the footprints before the new memorial was built in man net and also had At the landfill at fresh kills. As the fresh Kills was totally closed a few years ago in a sum of Morial Park now, But I can't speak to, uh, what's going on there currently because I'm not in the forensics department. Thanks, Mitch. Let's go to wild card line, too. It's our buddy Cornelius. Set of Louisiana. Cornelius, How are you doing? Oh, honey, I'm doing all right. And you get that great Gina. I'll tell you got both the best women of coast to coast on I was, you know, Big Blue one today and Kentucky. They beat Missouri today by seven points 35 to 28 so big blue one I heard you mentioned Big blue last night. Did I did to Louisville Yin? Yeah, we'll have you met. Oh, sorry. Sorry. Have you met Stanley Swan? Go ahead. Okay. Have you met Stanley Swan yet? Stanley? Cornelius? Yes, Mr Swan. How you doing there? My dad was, uh, a funeral home director and stuff and he got his License from Cincinnati University of Embalming in everything, and we had a funeral home business up there, the cutting ham funeral home and lessening Kentucky and he was a Korean War vet and everything. How? Cornelius, How long did he practice? Um, he practiced more than 70 years. He died December. 2020 or Covid 19. That's what took him out and sorry to hear that. Yeah, but he's in a better place. Both my mom and dad had passed and I want to say something to you, Connie. Ya'll are my family now coast to coast and like I said, it was. It's been nice to meet you, Connie and Gina. Of course, Jordan. Tommy knew me because I met him at Oswald Conference down here in New Orleans, Louisiana, and please keep trying to help us down, He added towards up pretty bad. And Stephan and I know it had it up to New York. And heard Joe from the Bronx. But I heard Joe from Long Island, so I hope Joe from the Bronx is doing all right. But my my question for you, Mr Swan. Um Since you said you're not in forensics or anything, but I noticed you said you picked up a piece of the plane part that kind of really disturbed you and stuff. Um Did. And they did identify black woman to today or yesterday or they found at who she did, I guess through forensics, and I wanted to mention one more thing to Connie. There's a Women of 9 11 and people need to watch that there's a black lady that was a lieutenant colonel in the Pentagon. And she just barely escaped. Her name is Lieutenant Colonel Willis. She retired as a full bird colonel. And she's African American from Monroe, Louisiana, and graduated from Grambling State University that Is an excellent documentary on the women of 9, 11 and stuff. But like I said, I just wanted to know. Um did you find anything else other than the plane part? God bless you, Connie Willis. We love coast to coast. All right. Thanks, Cornelius. Appreciate that. I do know the documentary you're talking about. I did see that as well today, so stay and I'll go ahead and let you answer that. Yes, Yes, Cornelius. I did. I did find a lot of personal items. Jewelry, Uh, clothing, personal items, purses, wallets, eyeglasses. In several other aircraft parts as well, parts of aircraft that we could identify his aircraft. And I want to say to you, Cornelius. I want to thank you and your thank your father. Uh, you should be very proud of the years he spent In funeral service and think of all the families that he helped in touched, and you can be very proud of that. Yeah, that's um Hmm. Cornelius is amazing Guy. I'm sorry that that happened to him just recently with his dad all that time, And then that happens. Parents. It's hard as anyone in the family and it's hard to lose a parrot. And you dealt with that all the time and I don't You know, here's the deal with that. I mean, we're all it's all going to happen to us. It's going to happen to every one of us. And even though that's the way it is, we're still not used to it. We were none of us know our time when we're going to be called home, So you have to be prepared for that every day, and, uh, I think things like, uh, like what we experienced at 9 11 may bring more people to realize how fragile life is every day every hour. I mean, I'm 20 minutes from home now and when I leave The studios tonight in Bath, New York I'm at W. V A..

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I have gotten the same sense from Neville Pinto. Those two men have gone about their respective jobs differently. But I've gotten the sense from President Pinto. This is somebody who has a complete grasp of Uh, a big part of the university's core mission is succeeding and being high profile in intercollegiate athletics. You didn't work for President. Oh, no. You obviously do work for President Pinto walk me through his his role in all of this. You know, he does understand the power of athletics and what it can do for an institution and, uh, you know how it drives the brand nationally. He understands when you're walking through an airport with the CPA on two people cross paths in the Atlanta airport. They have a moment where they can say Okay, You're Cincinnati University of Cincinnati supporter, right? That means something, And when we when we go down and playing impeachable and 8.7 million people watch us play football. That means something. But it means something for our admissions. And it means something for our donations. And it means something for our students that come here that want to have a tremendous student experience. And so From day one. He understood that he expressed that to me. Um And then this as this played out, that was that was very clear in his direction to me, which is again we're going to be very aggressive. We're going to let people know we're interested, and we need to find a way to get into the big 12 and get into the power five. The announcement from the Big 12 conference referred to the University of Cincinnati joining no later than July. 1st 2024 walk me through what has to happen in order for that mood that day to be moved up. Well, there's a 27 month notice period to the American Conference, and that's that's contractual. So, um, that we, you know, we had to be very, very clear about our statement that it's going to happen no later than July 1 2024. Now if other conversations take place, those will have to happen over the next year to between the three schools that are leaving a C in the conference office. So, um, we'll see how it all plays out, but no later than 2024. It is that is that a priority to try to move that time line up. Yeah. You know, I certainly think that that's something that we're going to. We're going to look at very, very closely and again. We We want to be cautious on our approach and do everything the right way. So I probably need to stop. Their very good can understand that the nuts and bolts of all of this look, money is a essential part of this whole thing. There are some things you would like to get done. There are some things your coaches would like to get done. We've talked about the need and the desire to expand the football facility to build an indoor facility to build a football only, perhaps facility on the campus of the University of Cincinnati. How much can something like this speed up that timeline? Well, I think it absolutely does mean there's uh, I told our coaches on a zoom call the other day when I announced this, that this is a growth time for us. We have a runway before we start in the big 12, But they won. We want to be competitive. And so that's going to mean that we need to get after some of these projects, and one of them is obviously our indoor football facility can training facility, so that's something that's going to be a priority for us. There's another smaller projects that we've got in the works as well. And then we need to focus in on student athlete amenities. Um, nutrition, mental health, things like that, that if we're going to compete At the highest level. We need to increase what we do in those areas, too. So again, we have a couple of years to do it. It's going to be a day one campaign, which means on day one, we're going to compete in the big 12 and be one of the best schools in the big 12. But we've got some work to do in the meantime, are are there when you you sort of jot down how the next couple of years are going to unfold is perhaps expanding the athletic department in terms of athletic programs that you have under your umbrella? Is that a possibility? Even if it's a little bit further down the road. You know, it's not on our radar right now. We like our sport offerings, um, across the board, so that that isn't something that we've talked a lot about now. Obviously, you never know how things play out over the next couple years. But no, it wasn't a requirement. To join in the big 12 that was made clear to us. They were fine with the sports that we had. And so that's where we are now. 2000 and 16 this unfolds. University of Cincinnati football had had some success. But let's face it where it is now, compared to what it was five years ago. It's not even close. This is a top 10 program played in the Peach Bowl. We're talking about Luke Fickell coaching in the college football playoff. How much easier did it make this process having that chip having that football program enjoying the kind of current success the bear cats are experiencing right now? As you know, Timing is everything and we could not have hit this at a better time. Um, to have the exposure that we had last year with our football program and then entering into this year as a top 10 program. So it it couldn't have lined up better football, You know, Right or wrong drives a lot of these decisions and so to be a top 10 t right now is perfect for us. All right? I know you have you have to induct my favorite all time player. When I was a kid Herb Jones into the Legion of Excellence. You have a lot going on. It's a busy time for you. I appreciate the time. Congratulations on getting this done. This has been many, many years in the making. And folks who care about the University of Cincinnati are very proud. Thanks so much for the time tonight, John. Well, thank you, Herbs Very deserving, And we're excited to do that tonight as well. So it lines up Well, timing life. Thank you. You got it? No doubt about that..

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on Mo Egger

Mo Egger

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on Mo Egger

"You know he. He does understand the power of athletics and what it can do for an institution and You know how it drives the brand nationally He understands it. When you're walking through an airport with the cpap on and two people cross paths in the atlanta airport. They have a moment where they can say. Okay you're cincinnati university. Cincinnati supporter right. That means something and When we when we go down and playing a peach bowl eight point seven million people watch us play football that being something and it means something for our admissions than it means something for our donations and it means something for our students that come here that want to have a tremendous student experience and so from day one he he understood that he expressed that to me And then this. This played out That was that was very clear in his direction to me. Which is again. We're going to be very aggressive. We're going to let people know we're interested and we need to find a way to get into the big twelve and get into the power five. The announcement from the big twelve conference referred to the university of cincinnati joining no later than july first two thousand twenty four. Walk me through what has to happen. In order for that mood that day to be moved up where there's a twenty seven month notice period To the american conference and that's that's contractual so That we you know we had to be very very clear about our statement that it's going to happen no later than july one twenty twenty four now if if other conversations take place those will have to happen over the next year or two Between the the three schools that that are leaving a c. in the conference office so We'll we'll see how it all plays out but No later than twenty twenty four is that is that a priority to try to move that time. Line up you.

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on Podcast Insider

Podcast Insider

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on Podcast Insider

"Anyway this interviews with mandy Just a little quick. Get to know you. And she's She's quite a bundle of energy. Got mandy moore here. She's a new intern for the marketing team. Here blueberry how you doing mandy. I'm doing great. Thanks for having me mandy. As as in you know we met show a few episodes ago and To in her both the students at What cincinnati university or university of cincinnati. Got it backwards. I i never get everything right. The first time come on But anyways welcome to a blueberry. it's been You've been here a couple of weeks. I guess and it's probably been like drinking from a fire hose. Yeah yeah it's been a lot. But i've learned so much it's been really really exciting. Every day is just like get to learn something new good. Could you had much interest in podcasting before you started here. Oh yeah there was a time where i was interested in trying to make one and then it. It's still on my list of things that i'm interested in doing. And now i'm going to actually pursue that since i'm here But yeah. I was always something that was on my mind. Goes you guys. We're going to do for us on our platform. A little series. And did you guys decide on a name for it yet. Tentatively i really like the name internal affairs an intern. We'll we'll probably play a sample here on podcast insider and give you all the information. How to subscribe to the new show once it starts but Yeah thought it'd be good to get you on here for meet the team so tell us a little bit about yourself a here. You're an ohio native. i am. I am from a city called middletown. It's as boring as it sounds. And i came about thirty forty. Five minutes away from uc. I'm double majoring in psychology and marketing. And i'm in my fourth year on a five year track. I'm interested in consumer behavior research. Yeah it's been really really fun. It's nice being back in person for sure. Yeah definitely you know in. You have been able to work together which is kinda cool. Most of our interns never meet each other because they're not always from the same place or or whatever so yeah. Sure that's been nice and chou. We've got her staying on as a part timer for a little while anyway. Ya having show has helped me so much especially for the first couple of weeks. She showed me the ropes of how to make different content and also. We've just become really good friends. She came with me to open mic. Go to every week. Yeah just the other day and We're gonna try and do a song together. Participate open mic. Yeah that's my other side passion. I love playing guitar at open mic. And i also seeing some kind of something. I've always done and i'm so happy. I found that community really close by an attempted banjo player. Dancer so cool we. We play once a year to music fast. It's a very informal music fest. So i get to go go get on stage every once in a while. Make my fingers bleed but once. Yeah you're must be killing you. Oh my goodness this last year. So yeah things happen. I have to start practicing again here. Pretty soon calluses back on you. Don't bleed but very cool. Yeah we'll have to have to sample some of your music sometime. Oh i'd love to. I'm always down. That's why i started going to open mics. Because i wanted to not be scared of singing and playing in front of people and now i'm just like yeah anytime just let me know. I love challenging myself. I get it it's like me doing Live live podcasting. You know not recording. A podcast live on like facebook or twitter. Whatever i've done it with todd be on this show. We do that every week. But i've never done one solo and This last week. I did one For podcast helped us so you know as a as a challenge to myself so it worked out pretty well. I think so Other than playing guitar and and open mic nights and sounds like five year. Track to do a dual major i. I'm not sure how that all works but you get you get a degree in both right. Yes i'm getting a full degree in psych and a full degree in marketing. I'm considering maybe getting a phd and marketing. But i still have a lot to consider. So we'll see any so we've met a few people from uc of course because you know we we tend to hire interns from there quite a bit. And also i know a gal at She's really big youtube channel. And she's down there. I think she's teaching now but Felicia she does. A youtube channel called german girl in america really popular channel but she's incident in the cincinnati area now and i think she went to uc. And i don't know it's a really popular channel if you're interested in that kind of thing. It's she talks about the differences between. She's she's talks about the differences between Germany in the us. So it's kinda cool. He's from munich. Germany's definitely like my on. My list of places i wanna go and probably sooner rather than later honestly it's an country and now that it's unified and you know when i when i was over there. It was western east. Oh now it's all together. And i've never been on the east side of another have been to berlin military so we got to go everywhere but All right very good then..

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on Podcast Insider

Podcast Insider

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on Podcast Insider

"With mandy Just a little quick. Get to know you in she's She's quite a bundle of energy. All right got mandy moore here. She's a new intern for the marketing team. Here blueberry how you doing mandy. I'm doing great. Thanks for having me mandy. As as in you know we met show a few episodes ago and To in her both the students at What cincinnati university or university of cincinnati. Got it backwards. I i never get everything right. The first time come on But anyways welcome to a blueberry. it's been You've been here couple of weeks. I guess and it's probably been like drinking from a fire. Hose yeah yeah. It's been a lot. But i've learned so much it's been really really exciting. Every day is just like get to learn something new good good. You had much interest in podcasting before you started here. Oh yeah there was a time where i was interested in trying to make one and then it. It's still on my list of things that i'm interested in doing. And now i'm going to actually pursue that since i'm here But yeah. I was always something that was on my mind. Goes you guys. We're going to do for us on our platform. A little series. And did you guys decide on a name for it yet. Tentatively i really like the name internal affairs an intern. We'll we'll probably play a sample here on podcast insider and give you all the information. How to subscribe to the new show once it starts but Yeah thought it'd be good to get you on here for meet the team so tell us a little bit about yourself a here. You're an ohio native. i am. I am from a city called middletown. It's as boring as it sounds. And i came about thirty forty five minutes away from uc. I'm double majoring in psychology and marketing fourth year on a five year track..

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The deputies suspect fired around 77 rounds. My deputy Two of those rounds hit the vehicle. Um and I'm told the only reason that Suspect stopped firing is because this weapon ran out of ammo. He ran it dry. In an effort to try to kill this deputy who didn't even get a chance to return fire. Second suspect later opened fire on another deputy. Luckily, neither of the deputies were injured before they took the two suspects into custody. The U. S. Justice Department apparently ready to sue over Texas New abortion law and that could happen as early as today. The Justice Department could file suit against Texas as soon as today, according to the Wall Street Journal. In a statement this week, Attorney General Merrick Garland said the state's abortion law, which bans the procedure, after around six weeks of pregnancy, may violate the 1994 freedom of access to clinic entrances Act. The White House has promised the whole of government responses statute which the U. S. Supreme Court allowed to take effect last week. There's heavy security today in Lower Manhattan ahead of the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 terrorist attacks. The NYPD is John Miller says. Security is stepped up this year in New York and for the 9 11 Remembrance ceremony, Lower Manhattan. This includes heavy weapons teams and screening for anyone entering the ceremony area. Miller says the NYPD is treating the ceremony is what he calls an elevated threat environment. We've seen the call to action this year be louder and better organized from terrorist groups. Then we have seen in prior years. He says. There's been propaganda recently released by terror groups, and he mentioned the situation in Afghanistan. The feds are said to release the monthly illegal immigration statistics. For the first time in a long time is expected to go down. Monica Weisberg Stewart of the Texas Border Coalition says she's heard that encounters are going from 3000 Day down to about 2500. When you're seeing that kind of numbers today, coming into our sector, that's that's a lot of people, but you still have to move process. You know, it's just a lot of people coming through. Meanwhile, border agents say they're seeing an increase in runners trying to evade apprehension along the border, particularly since the Trump era remain in Mexico policy was reinstated has reinstated for most asylum seekers. A new study at UT Health San Antonio showing that the way covid impact someone has to do with much more than a judge. Dr Grace Lee, part of the team that's been studying why some people get really sick and others don't with the worst immune health grade had in 19 fold higher risk of dying from Covid. She says that obesity, even gender go into their immune HealthGrades. Women, she says, are less likely to get very sick from Covid. The plan is to use those metrics to determine who should get booster shots first. Four schools will be taking the next step to join the Big 12 conference. They include Houston, Cincinnati University of Central Florida and BYU. They submitted their applications yesterday, the big 12 presidents expected to approve them by tomorrow. That would mean the schools would become members of the Big 12 as soon as 2023 the latest move in the shift of the college football landscape, after Texas and Oklahoma decided to jump to the SEC back in July, and the Dallas Cowboys open up their season against the defending Super Bowl champ. In Tampa Bay Buccaneers tonight in the NFL season opener. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott says he's excited to be playing on Thursday night in the NFL season opening game. I love it the way it is, Uh, yeah, I mean Thursday night..

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"A miami ohio the the well the name the city. They're in if i'm not mistaken i think it's the same the city there in maybe a match to the city of another power five school but a different city with the same name. I think okay. I looked it up now does it. Is it manages a power. Five school right. Sec trust your tyler. Do you know what would be. Did you look because it actually in columbus nope that's in where mc offered. Yeah so at a fun. So and that's not you know. You got cincinnati universities and all that the kentucky cincinnati oxford. We're oxford is and i've been in ohio. So there's it'd be kind of cool. I wonder how many cases just northwest. Cincinnati yep yep. So fun though. It's so that'd be fun but we do have college football so we'll discuss that you guys prefer you guys prepared to picking your prepare but you ready to. Before the season starts pick our heisman trophy winner. I was thinking about it. Peter final four. Yeah pick our Coach of the year And pick our national champion. I think the picks pretty easy in my opinion will this be the year did one of those non clips and not okay. Just a teaser. Clemson ohio state if you could get a bet. Clemson ohio state and alabama that. None of the three. We'll be in the national title game. Would you take that. None of the three will win the national championship. No no i give you the field or those three those the concern takeaway ohio state. I give the field or alabama clemson. Take away the field. I give you alabama or the field. i'll take alabama. He would of the field interesting spencer. Rattler for the heisman or the field taking rattler conference where he run. Thursday throws the football and boys. I'm also gonna take rattler knows my pick will eight running back when the heisman issue. Now not a chance. I think running backs you're done with eisman will a power five coach. We talked about hot seat fired during the season. Yes matt wells at texas tech. We'll get fire during the season. I think clinton take like the coordinator takes over during the season. Yeah dan did. We're going to be five or six. And we meet notre dame more than likely i think dots and you think of you but you think that he's gonna lose a couple games before then so that would mean he's getting fired during the season they're gonna leave him at some airport pulling a lane kip. We've already done that before. Different athletic director different time. I started their season. They play san jose state they play stanford at home san francisco very good this year. It'll be okay not not washington state oregon state colorado. You guys are starting off undefeated. The first tough games. Utah on october nine off week. And then you get noted. Yeah we that's the thing. We get two weeks to play a game shake. Walk the rest of the way. Arizona arizona state arizona state can be a little bit dangerous cow. Ucla one thing we know about caldo play really good. Defense right. Always lose more than one game. Honestly it's bad season agreed with that schedule. Yeah no doubt. And you allude organ washington and the biggest game you'll play will be in the pac twelve championship if you get there and you know why because it's oregon or washington probably gonna make it and real quick when you mentioned that. Ucla and arizona state may ucla notre dame and we get two weeks to play notre dame inexcusable for us not to win nine or ten games should win so you think a power. Five coach gets fired. Both of you. I do season. I think matt wells will it takes. I don't think that he is long for that. Job will quinn. You or started ohio state before the season's just sit and watch. Yeah full richer. Your automobile moving lot to discuss to be a fun day. Astros at the day off their back at it in arlington tonight sports. Talk seven ninety off. Friday yet just feels different fall. No falls not really in the. It'll be ninety something today with little rain but it sounded good. Sportstalk seventy whitney mercilus. You're listening to sean salisbury. Real texans talk sports seven hundred stuff on my mind guys with texas talk in college football. It's master scott. Talk that real quick as or playing baseball as if they wouldn't win. A game in the minor league in the little league world series. Yeah they've lost five run loss last night and the mariners to the astros have a five and a half game lead in the west over the as and six half over seattle. If you feel like you're having a rough day if you feel like you're having a rough day sportswise sportswise and especially baseball or if you've gone to any like oh man. We got to play better. Just think what the as you're going through the we're gonna be okay and it's good and coming off you know another win and they can go extend this lead over the next couple of series the way and take advantage of it so they excuse me on the flip side could maybe get a little bit of rest and get people in there and then have some arms rest and get a six man rotation when it's time to make that switch and bingo here we go before we get going wash. What's today is kind of a find out friday. We named people in the world. Name everything right. I'm kind of kidding. But i'm just gonna. There are some things that i want to talk about. Nfl football wise. Just kind of find out how we feel and where we are in certain parts of sports. Good day to do it right. Didn't play last night kind of it's almost like a. It's like the end of the summer. Dick clark's new year's. Just giving you all kinds of stuff from the year and this is the previews instead of the review of kind of what we're looking for as we head to the fall because it starts tomorrow we come back next week. It'll be the month. give him off. No we are thirty when we come out. It'd be that'd be late next week next week. If what the thirty first. I think is tuesday. Yes all right. I wednesday before. I go any farther. I think it would be a mistake. Not to just acknowledge and give prayers to our military and the families who lost innocent lives lost yesterday in afghanistan as suicide bombers and the nut. Jobs that we have to deal with this world on a regular basis and not just one like taliban is not just another one like al-qaeda then you've got isis and all three or fighting each other and fight it. yeah. I don't know who's commoner going and apparently neither do they over there so just our best because our military deserve the greatest military in the world by far young men and women old and young alike so thoughts families.

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Express it about respect. You say you can't play on a team with african americans for very long and fail to recognize the stupidity of our national obsession with race. The right path is really very simple. Respect your fellow human beings treat them fairly disagree with them honestly enjoy. Their friendships explore their common humanity. Share your thoughts with one. Another candidly worked together for a common goal and help one another achieve no destructive lies. No ridiculous fears no-bid debilitating anger wire. Are we not able to do that as human beings. I think because we don't live together often enough. I mean the one thing about a basketball team. As i say in the next paragraph is you live together you ought to share your high moments. You're low moments you're on the road constantly and you're forced to come to terms with each other as human beings you don't have the excuse of the outlet of allowing skin color to block seeing the real person underneath and you're engaged in a common endeavor where everybody's important everybody else bill. I want to thank you. Congratulations on the outstanding book. And please come back and visit with us again here on sports byline. It'd be my pleasure. They'll bradley the former. United states senator but also of course played an uniform where he won a couple of nba titles and was the captain of the gold medal. Winning nine hundred sixty four. Us olympic team and again. The name of the book is values of the game written by bill bradley. We'll take a break. Come back on the other side. Continue with more of you and america's sports talk show. Most of us like to be out in the sun. That's my sunscreen and other safety measures are key to protecting your skin from aging and cancer. 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Lucas joins us here on sports. Byline the nba hall of famer. Who played his college basketball at ohio. State two-time time. Nc double a player of the year and he led the buckeyes to three big ten titles and one national championship and also he became the first person to claim basketball's ultimate team prize in high school college the olympics in the nba. Only quinn buckner and magic. Johnson have done so since gerry. Nice to have you back here on sports byline. I was interested in a quote that i was reading an article about you. People ask you. What's the greatest thing ever to happen to you and your responses. I tell them it hasn't happened yet. Interesting explain it plays well i. My life has been involved in education for many years. I retired from basketball early to devote my life to education and Memory training and learning and i've been preparing and writing curricula for a number of years. And i believe my my contribution to life and to other people as head. They're going to be a lot of schools in another year. They're going to be whole grade schools. We'll be teaching nothing. But my material. And i developed material that really makes learning fun and simple and easy and as a result. I believe that that's definite reason. I made comment. Because i believe that what i'm doing now is going to be the difference in a lot of young lives a little bit later on. I really want to get into it. Because i got to tell you the last time you join us and it has been many years. I had so many people asking me how they could get a hold of you to get the information. And i'm going to give at the end of the hour here. I'm gonna let you tell people where they can get this information but first of all. Let's go back to the beginning. Talk to me about growing up in middletown ohio. Well that was my hometown. When i came on the ba- really. Before i became a the basketball scene there middletown was always a great basketball town arc of the coach there. Paul walker created a tremendous system. He had coaches in the grade schools and junior high school who taught his methods in his system so that when players got into high school they were ready. They knew what he wanted and the summer of the playing in the in the park. There was incredible. I mean it was phenomenal and so we had one in that town the state championship many times and then when i came along we had great teams. I want over one hundred fifty games in a row for losing one so we had great basketball. We used to in the summers there We had a couple of players that went on to college. And they know in lawson and eric back regards. They went to play at western kentucky and they would travel around playing university. Cincinnati university of dayton and other schools. They would invite them to come to middletown in the summer to play against the middletown team and as a result. The interest was incredible. We'd get three or four thousand people sitting on the hills around sunset park watching those games. So i grew up in that atmosphere. Got to play against really good players. And the time i was thirteen and fourteen years old I reached my full height at the at the age of fourteen. So i got great experience advanced in the game tremendously. And it was just a tradition in middletown basketball was king. What i find interesting. Jerry is the fact that usually someone gravitates either to athletics or the mental capabilities. You had both. Why.

"cincinnati university" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"California even if I could afford a place on the ocean it's changed so much yeah from when I was up there and it's more others from what I hear there's more people moving out than moving in now which hasn't happened in California in a very very long time but there's places in California I'm sure that would be really like Santa Barbara to live I think if you go to the central coast that's the best place to be yeah California this was so what's the central coast that would be a Santa Barbara Barbara in Santa Barbara's via up to about Monterey beautiful Santa Barbara Monterey it's beautiful there it's a little cheaper and that's what the rate really rich people live like Oprah they live on a farm and they do a ranch in Santa Barbara so Rick would have Oprah's a neighbor and yeah hello to me and money is not an option money is not enough Oprah would be my neighbor yeah am J. is going to be my neighbor who Michael Jordan if you have a place I don't know what I live in Carolina about liberty Caroline half the year no what's wrong with Caroline's I mean it nothing except that I like you better here yeah I can hear the Caroline in the summer yeah that's what I was gonna say that humanity worst but there's a lot of nice things about Carolina well sure only a year on the other we're going there for game this year north or south the other one airline to come here don't they didn't Christian McCaffrey come back to Denver I thought we were gonna we go on there they're right Rick there and I've never been there so I'm looking forward to that I hear good thanks great place yes both of them stayed in school and it's a very I mean Charlotte so very pretty town Charlotte's amazing and there's a lot of great places on the water yep knocking over there kioa island is like Florida is got all kinds ocean I wouldn't want to live there I wouldn't either humidity is not you like humidity I don't like you meditate like a little bit humidity when you live in Florida no no no I wouldn't I wouldn't want to live there and you like he I would live in Arizona Arizona be like on the bottom of my list I keep but I also don't I mean I don't hate snow right I know Rick did you have to appreciate the desert I guess in Arizona not everybody does now I could visit Arizona but I don't I couldn't live there it's just I don't want a hundred and fifteen degree weather yeah well there was an interesting article today I mean the the door by the way nobody has even people interest you know about college athletics we talked about this before sports programs what's going on with cold in nineteen but it was interesting in that if they don't if they decide not to play college football they have to schools will have to factor in a loss of more than four billion that's with a B. dollars so we've already seen in breaking Kathy we've talked about this Cincinnati university Cincinnati is already dropped its men's soccer program Old Dominion cut its wrestling program which was really good one firm has already shut down baseball and men's lacrosse while Bowling Green is already cut baseball central Michigan is cut men's track and field Akron we talked about this too eliminated men's cross country men's golf and women's tennis so that's I think we're starting to see some positive movement with respect to sort of what we hear about trying to get back and play some semblance of of a football season but if that doesn't happen for what ever reason I think it will I think they'll play but as we said back in the start of March if this thing would be to the point that it would prevent all teams from playing college football there this is this will have a trickle down effect that would be so monumental for universities and for sports programs at those universities because a bunch of a bunch of I have already gone away they'll be a bunch more that will go away if they don't play some some sort of cease could they move it up a month like the season moves up to August first or something yeah I mean I think I think everything is on the table there are sixty five power five schools sixty five power five schools right which would collectively lose more than four billion dollars in football revenues while at least one point two billion of that due to lost ticket revenue that's the difference between what the NC double a is facing what schools are facing and what the NFL space I mean that schools get derive more of their revenue from ticket sales believe it or not then then the NFL model but it's it's just gonna be itching to see anywhere from seventy five up to almost eighty five percent of all revenues to our athletic departments are derived directly or indirectly from football that was Oregon state AD Scott Barnes eight seventy five to eighty five percent of all revenue so the longer the longer short of this is they have to find a way to play the football season if they at all possibly can if not a lot of the schools are in trouble the schools are in trouble yeah and athletic programs it trouble for sure maybe even if they play or not I don't know because they still gonna play these other sports what are what are you afraid of going away forever yeah in a more than twenty FPS athletic departments including Colorado Arizona and others have already announced a voluntary pay cuts indoor mandatory furloughs for coaches and athletic staffer staffers to four billion dollars just in football revenue that you just power five conferences yeah and they are they don't play I don't know what happens well we're going to be a lot of problems with these other sports I mean I think you know what honestly I think there there will be problems with the other sports and I think there were for some schools will be problems just from the university stamp pointing in terms of keeping their doors open yeah I think it is certainly other schools with their football program well it's a charge of the schools aren't in full force to reckon that the charge so you can charge sixty grand for not being on campus yeah I mean parents are gonna not the just descend role their children you know and say Hey fine we'll take an online class it seems to me it's looking better every day that not only will we be playing football that kids will be in school at all levels I think so too and I think especially by September I hope that we have you don't drugs that are working we know what to do now this is going to catch everybody off guard the second time around well I think we'd better know how to handle it we're certainly not going to be sending people with covert nineteen back in the nursing homes now I'm pulling it in New York and New Jersey which was a huge mistake just a tragedy yep that they did that and so I do we just know a lot more about it now than we did back in the court I hope that's right one other illustration Georgia of course big football powerhouse in the SEC George's football program accounted for almost half of the athletic department's revenue from ticket sales and contributions that number is a hundred and seventy four million for Georgia the football program accounted for almost half of that while Bulldogs generated almost thirty five million a football ticket sales in over forty four million this is just a football program from donations much of which is attached to those tickets so you can you can do the math there's no games that that's why especially the SEC those guys are going to do whatever they have to do to play touch they'll do that same type of testing that they're going to do for the NFL right they tend I think for yeah I think testing is going to be the key obviously you have to have enough test you have to have access to the test and then you have to have a plan should one of your or more of your student athletes test positive and you know that's going to be the case what's the protocol institute right I mean you've got to have an ability to if you have a week where let's say four five your key guys test positive you have to have the ability to have a plan to address that in if deemed safe continue playing they might have to put them all together in one dorm was it a living yeah that's been talked about so it's going to be it's going to be actually a lot of money at stake for sure as well as the health and welfare of a lot of kids three oh three seven one three eight five eight five is the number Dave Rick and Kathy we say good morning on cable news radio and the I heart radio back April bring many showers we have some rain showers talking showers rain this is not severe weather other cases everyday solution as for what this month brings al gore's under the lightning's second wave we'll keep you updated warmer air war instability re opening of certain types of businesses and tornadoes Jack you know often whatever happens with with K. away newsradio ladies and gentlemen this is Ruth it was a new job with the the book on the men and women who on a single we will work with local public image I'm 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"cincinnati university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Communities as our state senator fighting to defend our right to faith and freedom endorsed by our Republican Party Terry Johnson for state Senate eight four by our SEC are you ready for the best party party of the year is the eighth annual opening day eve benefiting the rich community fun on Friday March twentieth join me Marty Brennaman for Bruce of baseball and I love food drinks and fireworks for info or for tickets go to Bruce and baseball dot com paces a baseball fans as Mr perfect Tom brown and I want to talk to you about the perfect gutter system the government gestion I have this product on my house and no longer have to worry about cleaning gutters this product is truly built like a Sherman tank go to go to magician and K. Y. dot com for free estimate the nineteen point gutter inspection already it's come up on six thirty in the morning seven hundred of a U. L. W. and all the bugs and stuff worth checking out they won mares catching some Flack in France because he allowed a Smurf rally to continue this is where grown people like the size of you and and me dressed as Smurfs and have little conventions they like to have the largest collects a large collection of Smurfs in one place at one time and they went ahead with it even though you have the coronavirus acting up so that's on my blog check it out six thirty seven hundred W. L. W. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati putting restrictions in place to combat Covic nineteen outbreak with these six thirty report Ricky Chaigneau breaking now governor Mike DeWine's advice to help fight off the spread of coronavirus includes practicing good hygiene and avoiding it large indoor gatherings while things are experts of talk to me about and his social distancing again responsibility that each person has to try to stay away from crowded spaces several greater Cincinnati universities are turning to online classes to help limit a potential covert nineteen outbreak Cincinnati Xavier Miami all canceling in person lectures while one school in the Cincinnati public school district closed completely yesterday and is closed again today it's another day off of the academy of world languages that was close yesterday now the Evanston schools closed again today the Cincinnati public school district says it's a precaution because a staffer at a W. well is under a voluntary self quarantine following possible exposure to corona virus even though there are no confirmed cases in the school district or in the Cincinnati area as a whole they are taking no chances cleaning surfaces like doorknobs at the academy I'm Matt Rees news radio seven hundred WLW also Fairfield south.

"cincinnati university" Discussed on Voice First Health

Voice First Health

13:38 min | 2 years ago

"cincinnati university" Discussed on Voice First Health

"Now I am really pleased to have doctors. Neil Desai and Taylor Brannagh. Joining me on the PODCAST. These are guys that I've gotten to know over the last year year and a half and they are not only great friends but they are real thought leaders on what you can do now with voice technology and education and where it's going in the future and so it gives me great pleasure to bring on these two amazing guys Neil and tailor. A welcome to the PODCAST. All right well. It is an absolute pleasure to have two awesome guys on the PODCASTS. We've got Dr Neil Desai and Dr Taylor Brannagh. Welcome to the podcast guys. We're who we are here. Yes all right. You guys are all around. Great Guy said I've had a chance forever but really it's only been like a year year and a half now It's we've been to so many events together so on and I'm really proud and happy to say that I know you guys are great guys and we're GonNa get into all the cool stuff that you're doing but I gotta learn a little bit about who you are. So let's start with you. Neil Neil can you take a moment or two and introduce yourself who you are your background in your story? Sure thanks so what's up listeners. Dr Neil Desai family doctor just outside of Cincinnati Northern Kentucky. A been a doctor for twenty years and I'm also involved in medical education I teach University of Cincinnati University of Kentucky Medical Students Person. Second years and as well as part of the happy dot pockets of Taylor Amylase things I have a son with a congenital condition colosio Perfecta so. He has physical disability so advocate for that community as well. Yeah go ahead Taylor. Yeah and I'm a Taylor and I'm a psychiatry resident my third year. There's so much talk about. I have a background in gymnastics. I grew up in California. Now I'm here in Philadelphia And I just have a passion for education I love helping people. That's why we I wanted to medicine. I plays and You know Neilan I kind of stumbled on a lot of stuff together but one of the things that we work on is something called the happy. Doc podcast And it really came out of place of frustration and noticing. There's a lot of burnout medicine and depression I'm honestly looking for my own happiness and fulfillment and through that we kind of created a lot more and looked at look out to reach out to great mentors and people who were doing amazing things in medicine and that progress to what we're going to talk about. I'm sure today which is all about voice technology. And how that's going to be a way to improve fulfillment happiness education And having the ability to learn in a different way. So that's why I'm here and I'm really excited to talk. Yeah that's a great great Intro to like you said so many different things that we can talk about. I want to say where if the bad that these two guys doctor Dr Brand. You guys are both chapter. Contributors to the book about to be launched Voice Technology Healthcare. Really really appreciative of that and an incredible chapter. Where you guys bring your expertise now in medical education at that intersection with voice technology. And we'RE GONNA get into all that because I'd love to hear your take on on the education. How how it intersects with voice but maybe we can even take a step back and talk about like. How did you get interested in voice? Or what do you see is the value invoice? Why are you in this space Taylor? Once I mean it happened really naturally right because if you think about first off like the podcast community and where where we're heading in general you think about how how we're so strapped for time you know it's it's so difficult to balance you know working out You know going to work Having a family alive educating yourself staying on top of the news all these things and the one thing about podcasting which I loved right away. Is that bridge? The gap of you know doing stuff like driving or walking or getting somewhere but also being able to assimilate information so that's where podcasting became just such a time win where you could enrich your experience during those passive gaps and then so that's where podcasting Kinda came up. Why LISTEN TO PODCASTS? In general and voice is obviously an extension of that. And so when you know Neil and I were learning more through podcasting reaching out to different people. Obviously learning through people like Gary Shock and all these other entrepreneurs we start to learn more and more about voice technology and what it could do and again. It's just it voiced to me in the you know looking at it from kind of just the time perspective. It's it's podcast. Plus I mean you're imagining a world of the future where you're able to interact with that voice experience in a way that is under your control. It's so powerful. So it's an obvious progression for me when I think about when I heard about it initially. It's an obvious progression into you. Know what we need to be thinking about how this is going to impact education beyond perfect. And you'll what what's what's your what's your take on this. How did you first become interested in voice in in? How did you get involved in the space so we actually got even before like two thousand sixteen not like my wife bought some of these speakers? I won't say the NAME ALEC. Theon like trigger anyone's advice about But and we're just cutting it for something that she just bought something that we had in the home and then suddenly I noticed it was just something day like my son. He was just Kinda doing a quiz on like we're just Kinda puts on around on it. He was doing it. Grizzlies asking him like some state capitals and Kinda like dawn. 'cause it kind of is the intersection of frustration with technology at work with you know we talked about. We talked about electric health record behind this being a possible solution to that and the intersocial Taylor and I were doing is like Oh my own personal frustration journey from doing my medical training the late Twentieth Century Early Twenty First Century. I realized that. Oh there's been. A transition of this technology from screens or from even before screens became screens primary first and then this kind of insight was that. Wait a second. I think this could be a area where we could become go. You talked about going to voice. I and interactive voice burst so we can get away from the screens on like what we tell and I talked about is like getting our lives back so we can connect with each other meaningfully and with our colleagues in our communities and take better care of our mental physical emotional spiritual health and our careers. And that's Kinda would kind of like that's what got me excited and got me into this space to go deeper. And then Get involved with the community reach out to you and everyone in the community kind of more about it and see what we can do to contribute especially in our and with my respect being a medical education for awhile and being a position for twenty years. That's great so that's a great segue into the education. And the and the chapter that you guys are up. Because now you guys really are on the forefront here of what's being done for education healthcare and voice technology so I'll leave it open to either of you. Who WANTS TO START HERE? But I'm curious now to just a little bit about the thought process and how you feel about education the future of education Invoice and maybe a little bit about you know some of your thoughts of what you captured in the chapter in the book. So I guess I'll start You know when you just first off education in general I WANNA take a step back here. There's nothing You know there's nothing scary about US moving onto voice. It's always been a vocal way that we teach teaching happens through the five senses and it happen. Sue that transmission of literally. What you're thinking in your brain transmitting it and it going out to someone else. That's the oral tradition. If you think about medicine or any sort of education in general it's always been apprenticeship and there's always been the oral part where you're taking that knowledge and you're transmitting into someone so if you just think about it from the basic kind of understanding of that transmission using technology to now using the Internet these voice platforms all that. It's again like I said earlier. It's just such a natural progression right so I don't think it's something that we need to be afraid of. And there's I'm sure we can talk about the things that are scary about it but it's just something that you know. We want to understand so we can use it to the best of our capacity right so now we're entering this future where you know these platforms these ambient systems that you can access information from our our here right now right and how. How do we look at that in the present moment? And how do we look at a possible future? And that's kind of what we focused on in the chapter. Mainly as where are we now? And where are we heading? So if you think about like the Mayo Clinic. The Mayo Clinic has a skill. Currently that's available that essentially as a general repository of information that you can access the skill and ask it a medical question and it'll give you solid information about. Let's say if you sprain an ankle or you injured you know you have a little muscle spasm or tearing sensation. You can ask a question to try to understand that more. And isn't that crazy that you could be running outside? You GET A MUSCLE SPASM. You come back in your house and immediately access their device and ask a question an and tell you things to look out for in order for you to know if this is more secure is or if maybe you'll be fine you know and that's just a crazy example and a realistic example of something you can already do right with that being said and something we talk about a lot and there's so many aspects of this again this would be this book's worth of information hence why there's a book about it And I'm being serious about. It is the fact that with that piece of information. There's a lot of things to tease out. Is the person asking? The question is the person is the person getting the accurate information from a credible source. Is that information and how they heard it translated by the person in an effective manner that they can use properly. There's so many things to tease out from a legal perspective and how the person's can use information all that stuff but with that being said the reality is here. It's already here. The Mayo Clinic has done. They've done a great job using that skill as an example. But how we're educating you know. People is incredibly import specifically for medical education. When we talk about with students. You know we talk about that aspect of it. There's just so much opportunity like we talked about to take this ambient sort of You know life that we have when we're entering. Let's just left the classroom. We come home and we WANNA be able to lounge on the couch and rest are is all. These students are reading books. They're staring at computer screens. And they're sitting in chairs. And if you think about them spending possibly eight to twelve to fifteen hours of the day in these positions and you know no staring at screens in having all that light and information entering their brains. The one thing that they're not using as much as just voice so that's the big thing that we wanna really hone in on is. This is a modality that students are often not using because it's always earn general. It's a lecture style memorization sort of method that we have right now. We're we're sitting in a classroom or staring at a powerpoint or listening to lecture but we're not interactively using our minds. Were not interactivity speaking. We're not interactively testing and we're using voice and that's also benefit. I talk about as well and we can talk about the things that are considerations on the negative side but the benefit is like we talked about this a lot. Is you can sit on your couch. You can be in a bathtub. You can walk on a treadmill. You can be walking outside and you can still use an interface that has nothing to do with the screen right in order to test information and so that's the aspects the positive benefits of it. There's so much we can tease out and talk about this. But I just say that in general those are some of the things in concept so we want to let people know about perfect and Neil so I mean you together with Taylor. You have really tackled this in a very concrete way for medical students. So can you share a little bit about what you guys have done what you've created and how that's helping the education now of this generation. Yeah so based on whatever was saying what he was explaining. What being screened. I all those problems. The problems we're solving is allowing students to be mobile and allowing them to be kinda healthy as well study using their voice so based on that problem we did is we created a interactive digital flash. Cards called MED flash go. It's a question bank that allows US students just use voice to be tested and it frees them up to be mobile so it's pretty straightforward interactive..

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"cincinnati university" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Welcome back to the rich Eisen show and that is not just to our listeners and viewers but to manners and one of the tops in the business in evaluating National Football League talent and also seeing a lot of these guys in person wall part of ESPN's college football coverage is Todd McShay back here on the rich Eisen Joe from the worldwide leader in sports how are you Sir I'm great rich how are you going to tell you on Mamata I'm a police dog I'm not pleased just so shocked it was so I mean I just saw Schefter situations not gonna participate in on field drills we get an error the point where we're the top defensive prospect is going to treat the combines on field drills like like a quarterback so we got now what's going on I'm sure we're inching towards it you know and I'm sure there are a lot of crusty old goats that are that are angry in the end it's frustrating but but it is what it is and then you gotta you gotta adjust I mean usually the defense of guys all show up and participate right yeah I mean usually the quarterbacks and you know receivers got a little strain is cast here and there but usually the rest of the guys come on come and work out and compete no he didn't play that well down the stretch his final three games worked out great and I finished up his tape and I welcome physically and I you know your last five years of of edge rushers in his grade is is right up there with with all the other cop guys I mean I'm gonna ninety five great on on she's younger got had a ninety five on both Sir Nick Bosa Joey Bosa Myles Garrett and ninety four on on brought the job coming out and she states so those are the top five edge rushers in my opinion the last five years he certainly is up there but the post is worked out even though you know Nick ran a what was that for it he ran in the four sevens I want to say that your rental four eight four eight two and they were both really disappointed by it I overhear it had it had a great workout but you know it doesn't matter just show up and compete I guess is my whole point and so yeah there's some frustration there does look like Joe burrows gonna grow from what I understand but we'll we'll see what what happens there and obviously to talk about what we can't do anything because the infantry and it'll still be one of the it one of the the biggest focus is of of the entire combine coverage I'm sure and and what he's doing and where he's eating and who is meeting how people are responding to him and then the leadership to showing on the field and this that the other thing but you know it it's frustrating to see a guy like chase who still have something to prove deciding not to not to work out well I guess the point is is that he's either going to be number one overall because Joe borrow is going to force his way out of Cincinnati instance or in Cincinnati's universities to heck with it will go with the sure fire kid from the Ohio state or is going to be number two because Joe borrows going either Cincinnati or ever trades up to Cincinnati to go get it so I guess he's just like I'm number one and number two what I gotta do this all all work out of Columbus and and what not even though that gives off the impression that he doesn't want to compete and I guess that's that that's his prerogative so let's take this one at a time start with borrow he's got nine inch hands Todd what we make of this Sony it's not funny I actually I put some stock into the hands okay what is funny to me is is that a check from had eight and seven eighths of an inch hand span measuring from the end of your pinky to the end of your call and then you've got nine inches for Joe burrow and for some reason we're gonna look at those numbers and scouts are gonna look at those numbers and say aw eight seven eight six one when you get in each category you look I would generally come back in twenty seventeen your studies of combine results I have seventeen year study there's not a single quarterback who had eight anywhere in the eight inch you know eight inch range for hand span that has had sustained success in the NFL but nine inch you know there there are some guys right right at nine inches so it it's it's one of those things that students are kind of at the Mendoza line it's a red flag number whatever you want to say job world nine inches there are there are some guys that have had success it is a little bit of concern in terms of ball control but you watch you watch him play and and it was never really an issue you know I mean he their readers anything that jumps out on tape in terms of throwing in the rain or protecting the football that really concerns you jumps out when you when your evaluation so you have to kind of you have to look at both sides you're through value at the Tate verses the number but that eight and seven eighths inches is different from nine inches what do you like it or not and it's a ridiculous thing to say to that's one eighth of an inch what nine is also the number of bells that he will be at which he will be sitting down on Tuesday in the morning on a podium and meeting with the media for the first time yeah nine AM and on Tuesday and I imagine it's just gonna be put to a point blank is there an issue between you and the bangles do you want to go play from any any form or format of what gives from the media to Joe borrow are you he what do you what are you hearing are amongst your evaluator scouts and your contacts is there any smoke is there fire what we got here on the borough and bangles front talk you know I'm I'm I'm actually really close with with Jordan Paul and he's he's training with Jordan Palmer yep and obviously Carson has said what Carson Palmer said what he said I I to be completely honest with you I haven't asked Jordan yet correct I hate asking blunt questions like that to put people on the spot but I'm gonna have to ask him when I when I see him on Tuesday tomorrow and just see what he says because it's it's becoming such a situation and and everyone in the league is kind of talking about it it's it's all rules you know in any question that he's answered if you really go look at the context because he's been asked that and he comes out he's a different cat if you meet with them I've met with them yeah couple times thirty minutes of the time and and he's a little bit of a different cat and that he doesn't care what you think and I remember like Brian greasy and I've done games last few years and we we walk out of meetings especially with quarterbacks and Brian's is intelligent is anyone I've ever been around in terms of evaluating quarterbacks and just knowing that the position and every time we walk out we usually I would say nine out of ten times usually will say all that meant was that we got was impressive the global again vice versa or whatever I'm not so sure with with Joe we walked out the room or else what do you think he's like I don't know what to think I don't either you know and then you get to know him a little bit more and it's just that he he's so confident in himself any kind of attack the quarterback position like a linebacker because his brother play linebacker is dad the other twenty plus year coach his other brother played safety is in the Baltimore aska me he's just kind of a tough guy playing the quarterback position and so everything about his personality tells me that he's not the type of guy that's going to say no or try to pull an Eli manning and enforce our trade in those sorts of things but the fact that he spent all this time with with Jordan Palmer in and around Carson Palmer a little bit and and knowing that he wants to compete and win you know you it makes me concerned that there could there could be something there now I know and then the connection the TJ whose Manzano's working with him as well and wide receiver he he has given more voice to the you know be careful about going to the bangles front I mean I'm paraphrasing and then and then just his comment where he said that he had leverage at one point again I might be taken completely out of context but he did drop that L. word and the question is is like look you don't have leverage in terms of how long your contract is or what your pay your slotted so what is the lever and what leverage do you have unless you what what what let's put this way what leverage is there to exact unless you intend not to go right so that's I mean that's that's the only members trying to force it may be trying to force Cincinnati too and when free agency starts he soon for September or at least put pressure on them to go out and get some players and and try to get some some wide receivers and and try to get some better supporting cast around him although you know they've got talent if everyone's back healthy for the the bangles they've got talent yeah and the officer saw the ball so you know I I the leverage thing was the only one that that was interesting because it is a trigger word and what is the leverage the leverage is I'm gonna try to force a trade with the problem if you're Cincinnati who are you going to trade with if you moved to five and it and you know there's there's a proposed deal you will to five with the dolphins and get a bunch of pics you can all the sudden you know wake up and and burrows gone too is gone and now you better love Justin Herbert and I don't see Justin Herbert from Oregon as as a top ten pick in my opinion you don't you probably will go in the top ten I just don't see that I don't see that on tape I see inconsistency I think there's potential there I think you can develop I think Jordan love from your **** St have a lot of potential as well but he's even further away from from being ready to play in the NFL my point is there are two quarterbacks in this draft and if you don't get one of those two and Joe burrow into a corner by lower then you're on the outside looking in and and I I just don't have any strong conviction in any of the other quarterbacks pasos to mall and in the end Thomas Shea here on the rich Eisen show let's game this out a little bit more because the Bengals to have on and off Bengals fans may not want to hear it it's not like the coverage totally bare I mean Andy Dalton is there right I mean so you could you could technically stay the course there there is Trevor Lawrence next year for whatever sweepstakes you might want to throw your hat in that ring.

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