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"cindy lynn" Discussed on Books and Boba
"You said like when you were researching you're you're like I hope that you got it like accurate. That's what you said earlier. And I think that is like a common anxiety that a lot of own voices authors have. So. Like when your book when Dragon Warrior release where you've really nervous about what Asian readers with think about it and and if they thought it would be accurate. I mean, yeah like when in the lead up to release when it released and you know even now I feel like I I've lived with like things -iety of you know trying to be accurate to the mythology for so long now that like as part of my life but not to say that like it's like a bad thing but it's just You know I I I feel like a lot. Of Own voices writers talk a lot about how you know like we're we're trying to be accurate to whatever culture were writing but I. The one thing that I've told myself that I think has helped alleviate some of that pressure is that this book isn't for Chinese audiences for Chinese I mean, it's mostly for like Chinese or Asian. American readers and ultimately the heart of the story is in. About the Chinese mythology or like the accuracy of the Pantheon die portrayed. It's really just on the heart of the stories about a girl who grows up in a society where she's Chinese and American, and she also has like other routes and she's trying to combine them all together and figure out who she is and I think that's something that most asked readers do connect with our. I certainly felt like this weird sense of not belonging. To either culture growing up and so I think like I've done the best that I can and made this story that's true to me, and obviously you know people are now free to read the Dragon Warrior and You know some of them might find mistakes in the story. I'm sure they're mistakes on the probably find mistakes and say Oh hey, this is an accurate, but maybe that will inspire them to say like you now i. Don't necessarily agree the mythology in the story but. If she can write a Chinese mythology story. Then I should be able to write one two and that will encourage them to write their own stories and hopefully there'll be a lot of different Chinese nostalgie or Stories out there with all kinds of interpretations from different dashboard writers. Yeah. I mean there's more now like fcat's at the crush of genie low you have. The twelve Lynn, hold on. Let me. Yeah. But you also have the twelve by Cindy Lynn. So there are more Chinese folklore mythology inspired books out there. So if readers complained that you got it wrong. There there are others there like. -tations of like he's a Greek mythology and like exactly like biking hematology that like why can't why not us to why? Not feel like we're just extra hard on herself because we're Asian so that's what we do. But yeah I honestly. I've just told myself lake right with the confidence of a white writer and. Dislike keep writing like what you want to write stories that you wanted the most stand I think that's the most important thing is that on predessor writers to remember that like I mean ultimately they're writing for them. So as long as they're not being like super problematic or harmful, and like being careful which I'm sure they are then like you know it's really out of their hands after that and I think just being able to put out the stories of their heart is a reward in itself. So both the Dragon Warrior and volume Kiro are middle great adventure novels. One thing. I noticed while rooting. It is I don't remember reading adventure novels in middle school that got it gets dark at some points characters that die Spoiler warnings. Was this when you I wrote this for Non Aroma was GONNA be of middle greater when it become eight middle grade novel. Yes. So another great question, no, the Dragon Moyer was not middle grade at first. It was young adult because for the Dragon Warrior I had only ever written young adult and I honestly I didn't like I. Knew I think I knew of middle grade but it was sort of off my radar because I was kind of far removed from like the Middle Grade Age or readership at that point I was like, Oh, I can write middle grade you know like I I don't think guy could like have the voice early recall what it's like to be that young but then when I sent the dragon to my critique martyrs Almost, every single one of them told me, you wrote a middle grade and when I like sorta step back and examined it realize like the themes of the story and ultimately you know the Ark of discovering your place in the world are mortared middle grade and the quest narrative makes more sense for middle grade novel as well as like like the honestly like the humor that I wanted to put in the story like works better for middle grade and I think young adult tends to Kosovo little more seriously. So the wise cracks that ferron and other warriors along the journey wouldn't fly so well in a young adult but. I would say the dragon where does get kind of dark at times and I think you know that was one of the reasons why when I queried agents or when my agent I took the book out on submission like you'd get rejections from industry professionals who would say Does. A lot of good stuff here, but I don't think. You know this doesn't quite feel like middle grade to me and honestly I. think that's why like they never said specifically but I honestly do feel like they're like like there is a readership firm Middle Grade novels that are darker and It's it's been a while since like I was like you know that target readership but then I do remember like sometimes I would pick up middle grade novel and it would be like these are be a little bit heavier and I think those kinds of stories are also important for kids because like kids do go through dark things that go through. Grief you know like loved ones who die early line or struggle with a lot of other problems that you know like even though their kid like date because their kid, they shouldn't have to deal those problems but they are and so I think like. Novels that engage with those darker themes is important for them to realize that they're not alone I think there's a lot of comfort and picking up a book and you reading a story where something happens and you see that your own like darker unfortunate experiences reflected in that and realizing, Oh, I'm not alone. This is how this character got past this obstacle maybe I can do something similar I think there's a lot of value in that for middle grade readers. I mean as a full fledged adult reading, your book I was riveted and also very sad at the side. Job. You said you're working on a your why now can you tell us a little bit more about that project? Yes, I can So my young adult debut is a thriller with an Asian American Casts is called how we fall apart and it's pitched as one of us is lying meets crazy rich Asians and it's a story that's set against the backdrop of Manhattan's elite and It's about these five Asian American students who are top students at an elite prep school and then at the beginning of the book it's revealed that one of them who was like sort of like the Queen Bee very top student in the school.
"cindy lynn" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe
"The future of the country in the planet. just just talk about that must be it must know it must be I'm sure as you mentioned, it can be stressful but also just incredibly exciting and exhilarating. You know for you to find yourself in this position this young in your life. Yeah. I would say that if you literally asked me you, they're beginning of this year. I would not have thought that I would be. I would be doing this right now like right here right now. I think that. My expectations for this year was it was completely different but now that we're able to yet once I was able to graduate. We again like I said I was in school I was on a I was a senior, and then when the pandemic had I did have to go back home in quarantine like everyone else. So when I came back home, I originally thought that I was going to to move back to Michigan to to do that really important work there and I thought I was in a certain June. Since I was at home. I was like, Oh, well, I'm just GONNA I'm just GonNa do in a May. You know I'm GonNa do as early as I can because I'm not going anywhere you know not going outside. Your quarantining. So yes. So so many things changed really really quickly like graduated really quickly that right after that I started working. and An and things continue to just ask away obviously as we grow more. More volunteers as our campaign just gets bigger and bigger things escalate. So I think it's been really really exciting but also lots of process it really has a lot. Especially because it's moved very fast. Like one week is over I. I don't even remember what happened like we're like we're moving and. but but yell, like you said at the same time what I put in the grand scheme of things it's just so. So exciting to think like I just turned twenty two in this is. This is my first job right outside of graduation. So not only it like my first time as a fuel organizer, but also you know my first job like ever. Will full-time job ever outside? Of School so it is really exciting I feel like after this, the possibilities are just endless like there's so many things I could do now on all the skills out able to learn from from this work these even though it wasn't in person, there are still so many skills able to get for doing it virtually like like having to be really creative having to think of how to foster. Relationships virtually like how do I best do that at all those skills is being very flexible with the ever changing like pandemic and everything I think all those skills I've learned and continue to learn. I'm going to take that with me wherever I go I. Don't. I don't know where I'm GonNa talk to this but I'm GonNa take. All experiences in other relationships I've made on. into the next phase of life whatever it is. So it is really exciting. It's really awesome. And I you really need to reflect on honestly because because it is a lot. Well, that's what post-election time is for. But you know if you can organize a battleground state in presidential campaign in a pedantic, you can do just about anything and I I know the world will be much better off if we have thousands of Cindy, Lynn's who follow in your footsteps in and get involved doesn't have to be their career right but just get involved as as. You have So we're thankful for what you're doing for the country and you know. Joe. Biden is elected President Donald. Trump is defeated and we take back the Senate in we grow our majority in the house and we went back state houses it's going to be because of twenty two year olds like Cindy Lynn all over the country are making it happen. So we owe you and your colleagues debt gratitude. So Sydney thanks for all you're doing for our country. I really appreciate that..
"cindy lynn" Discussed on Campaign HQ with David Plouffe
"We don't know exactly the ballot you cast, but there's a lot of belief about what you might do and You know I think overall those numbers look good good for Democrats but not so good that we don't have to sweat everything and and make sure that we continue to. Volunteer and and encourage people to send in their mail ballots, and of course, they're still gonNA. Be a lot of people left to vote on election day, which is always nerve wracking because you've run out of time they show up and vote or they don't. But so far like what we're seeing an early vote we have presidential debate on Thursday trump saying he's going although he's whining and complaining about everything from The moderator who has campaigned agreed to to the topics to the debate commission being the Biden to make commission. It's all pretty pathetic. It's what's all thing for someone who? Clearly sees himself as a strong man. To be this week and and pathetic and complaining that everything under the Sun and is unfair treatment you know is is not helpful and again, I can't divine any rational closing argument every speech in every interview he gives. is filled with conspiracy theories and hunter bide in and vote fraud and everything under the sun except for what people care about I. Mean He's actually out there saying you know people are tired of covid. When we know they're not were we know they're getting increasingly concerned I saw Paul today where seniors in the country believe the worst is yet to come not that it's behind this. So trump is completely out of sync with the electorate that he's asking Rehire Him and the big thing is too big thing how he bought the pandemic response how he continues to Understate its threat engaged in wishful thinking to be generous lying about it to be more accurate. So. It's a bizarre. Place to find US having. Studied every presidential campaign I could and been part of a bunch You know this is when you WanNa be at your best when you WanNa be hitting your peak and and really speaking to those voters who are still undecided or maybe leaning your way or opponents way a Lotta people aren't sure they're gonNA vote. This is when you want to be your best and actually you know. It's not GonNa be in the hall of fame or presidential political performances but. Trump at the close of of the last campaign really from the last debate to the end. To the extent, he ever hit his stride. It was then and you're seeing the complete opposite this time I actually do believe that every time trump is out he's hurting himself and when you're behind in a race, that's a pretty tough place to be because you have to gain ground and if you yourself Are Not, helping your position Then the only thing you can count on your opponent completely self immolating and you know we're not seen have from Joe Biden quite the opposite I. Think he's campaigning in a very surgical way. We see Kamala Harris Down in Florida in Duval County Critical County in northern Florida the day early voted started there in person on Monday? Just, talking to people about the things they care about the economy healthcare pandemic response. So this debate is far and away I would really say other than work all of you are doing. The really only important day left in the campaign from a candidate's standpoint. because it is trump's last chance to try and change the trajectory of this race I'm not sure he can. So I am fascinated as an American citizens, a student of presidential politics having helped prepare candidates for presidential debates. What are we seed Is it the same performance he brought to the first debate is it's slightly more muted apparently, the candidates are going to be muted. Now for the first two minutes we'll see if trump stops around. And and gets angry about that. But but what what does he do here is it just going to be you know Hunter Biden and you know he's running around the country now saying, Joe, Biden is going to get rid of meat an oil and God i. mean just crazy stuff that again I think any voter a that might be available to him is turned off by that or is he going to you know have a disciplined economic message? And even if that's what his team decides doing, he agrees to do it. Can you executed on debate night? You Know Joe Biden on the other hand I think just has to continue what he's doing speaking to the American people making sure people understand how trump has mishandled the economy and the pandemic really talking about the disparity in their economic approaches Biden's focused on you know people in poverty trying to get in the middle class. People. In the middle class, trump only focused on people at the top hopefully really bring up and dramatically talk about the differences in approach to the climate change in the Biden Presidency could mean to our hope to actually get on the right side of that battle trump will obviously not just do nothing he'll continue to make it worse. So it's a really important debate for Joe Biden. It's clear that the first debate help Biden. And I don't think that was just because trump was a stark raving lunatic rabid dog although that was part of it by by comparison look sane and competent but you know, Biden looked like you know a president he looked like someone who was. Competent reassuring empathetic concern about the American people so. View in politics is when your head you know, you don't want to take reckless. But. You certainly don't want to play it safe and I think Biden's got the chance in this debate to actually strengthen his position. I. Don't think there's much strengthening to be done because I think he's kind of the high water mark in a lot of these states but but I think there's a more he can do to cement vote in an increase turnout. So I look at this is not just preventing trump from doing what he wants to do but hopefully, Biden will take advantage of this last opportunity to really cement a pretty solid a place in the race So much of the campaign now is what's happening in these battleground states with volunteer activity. To Talk to the remaining persuadable voters So many people are voting by mail campaigns have data on his applied for those ballot. So many of you are probably making this these calls You know encouraging people to send in their ballot recruiting volunteers preparing for Election Day. So I really wanted to talk to somebody who's responsible for all that work. So I'm excited today our guest to Cindy Lynn. She graduated from the University of Michigan just this past May she. is doing all the organizing. She's responsible for parts of the Ann Arbor area in Michigan. She's a field organizer so she's got responsibility for volunteer recruitment hitting all their voting targets manning virtual phone bank. She's actually doing all this work from Staten Island, just kind of the story of twenty twenty. So she is going to give us a good window into what the field organizers were responsible for electing Joe Biden. Winning Senate Races Helping Democrats up and down about how they're doing this work virtually how you can help them what they're seeing on the ground So I'm really excited to talk to Cindy Lynn who's probably got the best bird's eye view she and her thousands of colleagues around the country who are the heroes of this campaign along with all of you volunteers filled organizers. What they're still concerned about two weeks out. How this virtual approach has presented challenges. Yes. But but also opportunities. And so I'm really excited for you to hear directly from a field organizer WHO's close to the action is anybody can be so I. Hope You enjoy this conversation with Lynn who's helping us win the state of Michigan. Cindy Lynn Welcome to campaign HQ and he's On for hiring me. I'm so honored to be here. So Cindy, you are. A field organizer I think filled organizers are the most important job in American politics up particularly in presidential campaign, and you're doing it in maybe the most important presidential campaign. In American history but you do it a little bit differently. So talk about the area that you're responsible for in Michigan? And of.
"cindy lynn" Discussed on AppleInsider Podcast
"Is W. W., DC twenty twenty recap episode apple just finished its main keynote for the week with many announcements across all of the operating systems for the devices. We're going GONNA. Jump into it now and to answer your question. Yes, apple did announce its transition to its apple made silicon coming to Max by the end of this year twenty twenty. We'll get all the to that. In a moment, we'll go in the order of the keynote with IOS first of all. This was the first all online ww DC keynote ever, and it was clear that apple pre produced the entire keynote. It was not. Not a livestream per se of presenters onstage going through their slides, everything was pre produced, but the quality of the production was excellent. Of course we heard from Tim Cook at the beginning and Craig Fitorija, handling many of the major announcements, but there were many other presenters throughout the keynote. Kevin Lynch did the watch. Os update than other presenters like Beth Dakin Cindy Lynn Emily Schubert Eric newish wander and special props to Jules Arnie. WHO demonstrated the watch os seven dance workout feature by dancing herself and so Kudos to her, and to all the incredible presenters at today's keynote, so let's kick off all the news with Iowa's fourteen, the next operating system for. First of all. It's going to be available to all iphones, six S and newer, so iphone six S. gets Iowa's fourteen update and newer. The I changed apple announced was something called the APP Library? This is a new feature that will help you or is apps on your home screens, and so you can actually choose to remove some of the many pages of. Of apps you may have on your iphone and all your apps can then be gathered together, and what's called an Apple Berry, so if you swipe all the way to the right in Iowa's fourteen, it reveals these kind of large APP folders, but we'll intelligently surface apps that.
"cindy lynn" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"cindy lynn" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Doubling is here Jody it's football season NFL kicks off tonight of course we've got plenty of high school and college football coming up this weekend football is back in the bluegrass and if the inverse reasons where is gonna wear a Chicago Bears sure I'm out here Joe I'm done for the day I'm sorry I forgot I'm taking them for those people as well I'm not a Packers fan but I'm taking up for Terry today because Terry is a Packers fan yes and if he was a real Packer Spain he'd be here to defend. that is that is true that is definitely true the one hundred season of the NFL begins tonight Chicago in Chicago when the bears host the love seat north rival Green Bay get your picks in get your fantasy team set it's the start of a new season tonight the two teams also kicked off the season last year at Lambeau field in Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers twenty point deficit in the second half to lead and had been a knee injury to lead a twenty four twenty three win over the bears by the way the bears are seeking their first opening victory season opening victory on opening week since two thousand thirteen me and that's a long time and we're usually not very good in week one so all right judge Jason Garrett says he's undecided on a pitch count for Ezekiel Elliott on Sunday the Kelly at us inside that new contract yesterday star Oakland wide receiver Antonio brown is not with the Oakland Raiders four days before they open the season to be reports that he might be suspended over confrontation with general manager Mike may opt and tied in Tyler he be a former western Kentucky star has signed a four year contract extension with the Los Angeles rams he gives new deal now runs through twenty twenty three and so we got kind of other sports to get to today as well what's what's a what's a little things to talk about that will go on throughout the day are the level women's soccer team tonight is for no they've got a board but border battle tonight as well they will host Indiana and at the doctor mark and Cindy Lynn soccer stadium this evening at seven o'clock Dustin Johnson had arthroscopic knee surgery cartilage damage to his left knee he's expected to write return later this fall it's a a minor procedure is with his golf manager says in its one that like he had on his right knee back in two thousand and eleven flooded the Vatican Jack sigma to the big man who could pass shoot and well they help redefine that post position in the NBA are also today at the center of attention receiving their orange jackets awaiting induction in the Naismith memorial basketball hall of fame in the. in a basketball has released a full schedule you can go up on their website and check it out if you want on times if you want to well if you want to do that couple couple things are they of they they're going to be on the ESPN fox fox and FS one ESPN two ESPN CBS and the big ten network the two CBS games for the Hoosiers this year January twenty sixth Maryland in Bloomington at one o'clock in February sixteenth at Michigan Indiana baseball coach Jeff Mercer's announced the higher of Derek Simons is a program to assistant coach Simmons who will work with the hitters infielders and handling baserunning replaces Casey dykes recently left with a role in the the New York Yankees organization speaking of baseball the oval cardinals will host eastern Kentucky at one o'clock on Saturday in a scrimmage in New Mexico coach football coach Bob Davie won't make the trip this week when the Lobos faces former team at number eight Notre Dame on Saturday he said in a statement the that he I will be involved in that the team's game planning next week but that run game coordinator saga to tia will serve as the acting head coach for the September fourteenth game in self interested this week but next week is not gonna travel to that game are but he will be involved in the game plan he had a serious health issue last week after the game with some chest pains and different things that were going on that he was rushed to the hospital that's sports news radio eight forty WHAS yeah I don't want to speculate too much here but I would think it would have to be pretty serious for Bob Davie not to go back to south bend next week yes exactly and plus he probably knows too that it's going to be a long day too so he's like I don't I don't want to feel bad and be there while we're out while we're losing yeah it it may not be a good outcome for them I think that's fair twenty that after three news radio eight forty W. 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"cindy lynn" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
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"cindy lynn" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Vision works is bigger than I am my family is who we are and this is more important for me to be part of the family not part of the business that's why people little confused because the one at U. of L. as doctor mark and and Cindy Lynn stadium the new one is the Lynn family stadium but the business they have his vision works and that's his answer for why won't just name and vision works stadium so there you go I like seeing his name in lights I suppose thanks doctor Lynn I often go to New York now its citizens unibank Bloomberg money news and Tom bus these working today thank you Terry and Gannett that's the publisher of the Louisville courier journal the Indianapolis star in the USA today is merging with gatehouse media that company puts out about a hundred fifty six daily papers hundreds more community weeklies a cash and stock deal worth about one point four billion dollars on Wall Street shaping up to be the worst day so far this year for stocks right now that's after China ramped up a trade war with the U. S. devaluing its currency in response to threats from president trump to slap more tariffs on Chinese imports coming to the U. S. the Dow right now down eight hundred twenty seven points the nasdaq down two hundred ninety five yes a P. five hundred down ninety three that's declines of at least three percent the wake of those two mass shootings over the weekend shares a video game makers are down the administration blaming in part violent video games for the shooting shares of gun maker stocks that were higher at the mid calls for stricter background checks for gun laws and high powered engine bay by Indiana based comments will be available to power a range of combine harvesters made by the German machinery giant Klaas that'll come later this year with news radio is eight forty WHAS Bloomberg money report I'm Tom Busby Amir with Mike.
"cindy lynn" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Common sense, Leland Conway on News Radio eight forty W H s. Now because you got a lot of time. Well, once again, proving that Kentucky is the epicenter. A real college basketball, we got another school popping into division one. And it is going to be bell Herman. The news conference yesterday officially announcing it belemnites going to division one. This has been something that I think is a longtime coming because coach Scotty Davenport, has done such terrific job, and he's had a vision for a long time about this, and he has brought his team, you know, the thing I love about coach Davenport, is that the team has the team, and he and the program has always played bigger than the stage. They're on. And I think this is the kind of, you know, this is like getting them into the shoes that fit so to speak, because I think wing coach Davenport has more tools at his disposal. The sky's the limit. I wanna welcome to the show right now coach. Scotty Davenport belemnites. What's going on, sir? How are you? Well, what's going on is one hundred fifty seven seven thirteen year old campers. We. Yesterday. We actually offered a recruit yesterday evening. Our first division, one offer so really nothing going on. Nothing nothing. Just hanging hanging in the summer. Just a slow summer creek, the host. But this is it. Where'd you go? We lose him. No. Okay. Start over. You're going to correct the host go for it. Never do that. But, you know, you're trying to give me way too much credit. But the players in my fourteen full season development and the coaches betas are so much credit. One of the greatest thing in the last three days was, I reached out to those players, not via text or emails, but to talk to them and to personally, thank. And some of those conversations or some of the most emotional, I've ever had a coach. That's awesome. 'cause they, they probably knew that they played a part in, in making this happen for Belen. Well, they did make it happen. I mean, they did matter of fact, Leland I'm gonna bring back our first home games this coming year will be November eighth and ninth. And I'm going to bring back cow Thrasher, Matt Miller, my Tonio Blake and Calvin Fowler. My force. I four seniors soco's. They have the greatest before. And after picture of anyone because they were there as juniors and one four game nine games. And then we board and they started. They started the momentum while. That's pretty awesome. The what does this mean to you technically in terms of jumping to division one what, what additional tools does this give him? Obviously, it must it must have felt really good to give a call to a player and offer him a division one scholar. Ship yesterday that must have been pretty amazing. What, what does this give you that you didn't have before? Well, it's a higher profile, and I'll give you an example. You know. You cannot blame players. They wanna play at the highest level possible. I mean, we want young people to have great aspirations on and off the court. And, and we've had to recruit against it. So by having a higher profile ask him yesterday. I said, do you have aspirations to play division, one basketball he suggests her coach? I do and he's a very talented. He's local not necessarily from Louisville, But a local young man. And I said, they rose, I can't say his name, I said, well, we're offering you a division one scholarship. So we're check that box solve. That's awesome. That's awesome. But we got it's important because we check off the box of having a great cool. That's where it's starts. It starts with a great school academically, athletically, socially, too. Great school. Well. Then you've gotta have we're going to have great night's hall, Mark. And Cindy Lynn doctor Lin has been incredibly valuable to this program to the point that our locker room. I will put it up against September first anybody in the country at any level. I'm we're trying to build it like, it's the year twenty twenty-five not twenty nineteen. Well, that now checks facilities box, and we have tradition coast, we've been to eleven straight, incidentally tournaments. National championship. So we, we have the greatest community to play college sports in no doubt your facility that you're that you're working on what will, what does it hold? Now what will it hold when you're done with it? Well, that that's all still kind of be determined, but it was okay, but the, the feary boy at four thousand but the theory and the goal will be to make the customer experience. And by that, I mean, they have minute these, you can provide right? Oh, yeah. We will sell you know, beer and wine this year. You know, you've got to constantly be involved. So we want to change to make the customer experience in terms of parking in terms of your your your service. You're eating a video wall things of this nature. Like I say, it's, it's like kind of, you want to be the greatest, private golf course like you wanna be ov in country, plus playing. Differ facility. I think that's I think that's a brilliant approach, because a couple of things I've, you know, I did play by play in, in color commentary for K you for years. And then also doors down college. And it was interesting because, you know, you got nice facilities, and I've seen a lot of facilities, you know, with division, one schools in those conferences, and some of them are incredibly spectacular, you know, and they might be smaller more intimate, but I'm telling you people come for good basketball, and your program offers, good basketball. And if you offer them, and all like an all inclusive experience, where, you know, you're gonna see quality basketball, you're gonna see a great event, and you're going to have a good time and you're going to be in a nice nice setting. I think that's a brilliant way to approach it coach. Well that you just you, you took over show at your job. Yeah. While I have you on here, a couple of things I wanted to ask you, what do you get do you get more full ride scholarships now that you're at division, one does that help in that way. Oh, I think we lost the signal again. He dropped again. All right. Well, let's see. Can we get do we have you coach? Okay. There. You know, it's okay, this issue with the phones. Oh. Customer experience and the quality of play. I've said this, it didn't make timid if it's division, one division, two basketball. The greatest marketing tool that. Element has had in terms of basketball or the players on the court. Yeah. I think they play the discipline bay display the unselfish play. That's the greatest marketing tool you have. And I only know one way to teach the game. So nothing's changing in that regard. Right. Do you get more full ride scholarships now? Well before, yes. But here's the little caveat with that individual to basketball you get ten scholarship. In those ten I can divide those. Anyway, I wanted to back. So. Leland Conway are tremendous students, and they qualify for fifty percents that anybody at Belle, any student would qualify that I would only have to give you a half scholarship. I guarantee that we I guarantee you want me, and Dave and sasquatch on your team. I guarantee it and we all still have ability to coach day. Dave is the point guard, you'll be shooting guard. And I'll tell you what Wilcox going into the lane to school. You see, you've got the whole package your first year. We would use the two we don't have to use one scholarship. The difference is you get thirteen scholarships in division one but star team. You can't that means start, okay? Last year at seventeen kids on scholarship. But they weren't all on full scholarship. I got you because to their parents. They were because they student, right? Right. But you were only yes. Yeah. I got you. Okay. So now now you gotta give one scholarship dedicated to one player and that's the way it is. I'm sorry day, but we'll get. Now we're on the. Have you seen his footwork, coach Davenport? And that might be. You're going to you're going to need to do a little work on the conditioning side, though. But I understand he's been on a treadmill last time he tried to do the trial for the FBI. He only got one push up. And then he threw up. So we got to work on his conditioning a little bit. He's always said, man. Must always limitations. So awesome. Well, look at the Atlantic sun conference, how do you feel about that? Well, I think it's great because I think what it's going to benefit is all it's going to benefit, all relevant, starting with the students and their family. It'll start with our, our staff, and the, the, the alumni, and obviously I. And believe me, I'd rather go play, Jacksonville outside of Daytona for Myers, and north, Florida than I would Kansas City. Trust me in the winter, no doubt. I bet. It's great for all of that. That's why it's quite and it gives us you know, this wasn't just done from the hip, this has been done with, you know, may of hours of research, and, and, you know, very thorough investigation to what's best and how we can chart this course. Because this part of Dr Donovan, strategic plan. Right. Right. Are there any risks to this that you foresee? My mental stability either than that. No. I mean, I think you, you never looked back I think when you have a plan, and you set a goal then you start executing the plan. Yeah. Yeah. Will there be bumps along the way, they're always aren't? Then then you must adjust. And you, you know, get better. And that's what we've been willing to do. That's why we've been successful. Yeah. Well, listen. Coach you and your players your team deserve this. I think it's awesome. You know, it's, it's exciting and I think it's going to be great for, for the city, a low of in the state of Kentucky to have another division. One storied tradition basketball program on the big stage, it only helps all of us rising tide lifts all boats, and you're right in the center of it, sir. Well, Leyland I, I wanna just personally say thank you, Dave. I it seems like you've been on this journey the whole way. I wanna thank you both. We have those oaks day conversations every year. People save coach. If you had anything, what would it be? Well, I just you understand it's going to take everybody isn't about Scott. Deb board and then just the players it's the community. And you know, we've witnessed through Muhammed Ali Unum. We witnessed through Muhammad Ali week we witnessed how sports can unite communities better than anything in this community. College sports, does it better than any community in that country period? I agree with that coaches. Great talking to you. We'll talk again, right, buddy. You bet. You guys are the best. I appreciate the opportunity. All. All right. Talk to you soon. Coach Scotty Davenport belemnites. They're now going to division one. I think it's awesome that they this is sort of been floating around.
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"You don't have to be jumped around abounds around. You don't even need the Showtime app, for example, which is nice. I think apple can set the prices for the service to like. So they're hosted they didn't announce the pricing for these things. But when the demo by Cindy, Lynn, and she bought the Showtime subscription, but she did it very quickly. So the purchase came from went away. If you freeze on the frame Showtime is listed there as ten ninety nine which is eleven dollars. Just how much you buy for on Amazon on Amazon by does the same thing with video channels. So I don't know actually how much prospects. But there is going to be. In the run-up to the event. There was a rain by the Wall Street Journal, the HBO Showtime installs we're going to be ninety nine each the on the slide. A definitely had ten ninety nine for second. Even they never addressed the price directly that's showed up in the demo released. So maybe they have we go room, but they can start it the prices fifty dollars pay each. And then perhaps they bundled up somehow later role and do discounts that but again, the pricing stuff. They didn't elaborate on a couple of things. I know. So the first thing is that let's say like why is apple doing this like what what especially little content like what can they contribute that? They always say they wanna do things to improve lives. And like, you know, they've got a reason for everything they do not not just that. They're a catalyst company and business. But that they want to make a difference in the world. So what difference when they make the television and the way that Tim coke began the presentation, even before Peter stern joined the stage was he said, quote, we love TV. And then eventually he goes on to say like it enriches lives that that do storytelling. And and you know connection that that they do see a value to humanity through video content. You know? You know, and. And then there is the apple TV channels feature. And we didn't know at the time of the event, but a couple of days later, there's there's a software beta for Wes beta for apple TV and even on the old apple TV third generation that ten eighty p box before it got TV OS and the Syria wrote not the seven twenty blocks from twenty. Ten eleven eleven. Twenty twelve to twenty thirteen bucks that sold for like a hundred bucks or so that one gets this new TV app.
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"How about that that works coach? That's exactly what we wanted to hear. We're watching watching the team play. I remember I was watching the game against Indianapolis. My daughter and wife were sitting there, and we're like what is going on with this team, obviously banged up at a member hard, Daniel Ramseyer diversity Corbett. What's the latest on their health? Coach. Well, they're all we had great day yesterday, Adam Eberhardt completely back. But you know, he missed two and a half weeks of practice where he could practice at all. And Daniel Ramseur goes down in the game against southern Indiana game in which Adam wanted to play. We've let him play because hometown rival dad played there. He grew up with those kids on that team and we played but looking back. So now, we're without goosing. Annapolis on the road. Scorebig. Never charted Bank on his life gets a wide open. Layup there's nobody during but one guy getting down on his foot hurt cycle. Now. He he's Arleen have four captains we were sitting at three mid court in street clothes. Wow. Now. Yeah. The difficult thing. It's a very very long seats of when you figure you start back and. Things do. I mean, nobody plans it they do happen. There's a reason why there's almost over almost seven hundred division one and division. Two basketball teams. One defeat right, right? It's very difficult. The unfortunate thing for us when you have three exhibition games eighteen games and you're into a rhythm location. Everybody understands woes changes and you're on the road. You know, it's tough. But to the kids credit. Their respond always has been tremendous yesterday. Maybe it was good practices. We've had about on. That's right. That's right on time. Coach taking on mckenry university today at three fifteen at nights. All and that was gonna be my next question to coach when you when you've been at such a high and you've been running full throttle for so long during the season. Suddenly you find yourself three games in the whole. How do you coach the team through that adversity? Where you have to be there for you have to block out everything. Like my message to fifteen day. And if you know he's got the last word ever to come out of my mouth would be be selfish. But I wanted to be selfish and worry about each other just block everything out and carry about each other. I want you to be selfish. I want you to play each other so selfish team, Tom not not an individual. And I want them to do that. I wanna be glad to do it. But dot for anybody else. But each other today the crowd that that'd be tremendous all day. And do it for yourself. You will love this Scott. I've thought about you whole week. It's it's homecoming we're in. Acting into the hall of fame athletic, the battlement hoping being recognized that young man from me county Kentucky name Corey. And of course, seven who is. I don't trains all politics in the United States you. Wow. Wow. I mean, he is in charge of training all out. Wow. Bellman grab your d graduate. What he's training all the pilots in the air force. Yeah. Wow. It's unbelievable. And he's gonna come in this morning. We're walking through at ten o'clock. You'll be in our locker mid thirty. And believe me. Will be easy. Here's your trivia question. I'm the only person in the world in the world who's listened and followed bellred basketball from all seven continents, including Antarctica. That's awesome. It's unbelievable riot. And he and he knows everything about he will come in there and blow them away. So I can't wait. So does this go down this down at halftime coach? Oh, no, no. This is it's a totally separate thing. I gotcha. Gotcha. Gotcha. Development. It's all part of hope Covey, but he's just because he was a walk on a basketball player. I've been out of county high school that's amazing early nineties. I think early nineties. Correct. This is a man who's made a career in the air force. He's very very very decorated Scott felt bad. I want to coach do you want me to wear my uniform address blues for the full full effect? What have you do that on Saturday morning? Hey, dad, he'd love it. Coach. He'd love it. Coach. I know. But when I looked in his full uniform like wow. Three in the locker room. It'd be. Well, I mean, I know the the the it would have been powerful. But I don't think I have to worry about him being powerful. But I think the biggest picture this team has been sold as. And now, it's five games two GOP championship. And that's here's what we're we're doing three. Thanks learn from the past producing the present. And don't wish for the future. That's all we're doing. That's awesome. Coach that is gonna pass right? Reducing the present. And don't don't wish for the future. Let's take care of the future. Coach you made me want to run through walls. Every time. I talked to you. I could spend a half hour with you. I wish I had the time three fifteen. A tip Wilcox piece was incredible. Thank you. Get all embedded. We take you everywhere. He wants to go coach, I'll talk to you. 'cause I brought that up to him, by the way. But you that's a guy. You don't want to run run through walls you because you will never get them repaired. He's a big boy. Coach coast three fifteen today nights hall, folks can still grab tickets to see out there. Right. Got our throughout a big thing. Saturday. Our last home we could year, Dr Mark and Cindy Lynn have come on board and next Thursday Saturday or go to be incredible credible games in all the first five hundred or go to get shirts with basketball with Dr markets. Cindy Lynn, and then we're gonna give out another hundred throughout the game. Don't want him into the crowded chiller this next this senior weeks. Okay. Senior week on Thursday night against Indianapolis area. Louis thank you partner. Coach. You are the best my friend anytime come to come talk to us here. Kentucky on a Saturday morning. News back part of all right? Thanks, coach Scotty, Davenport. Now, I want to go run through walls, and I can't do that. Because I have to do weather here at News Radio. Eight forty W H United dynamics foundation repair and waterproofing weather center. All right. Let me call down from that just a little bit here. So let's get to the weather forecast. Graduate glaring a high of forty five today tonight, a few showers overnight, low of thirty six tomorrow, a few showers high of forty seven. Monday, Monday, Partly sunny, high of forty three right now, it is forty nine at NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. You get a raise or something. Yeah. Right. And how can you afford to drive that huge car? I mean the gas on that baby. Must be crazy not pay less for gas in.
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"Life expectancy, whether your diabetes type one, which is you could think of it as being born with it or there's damage done to the pancreas where you can't make insulin. Unfortunately, the life expectancy is a cut by twenty years died twenty years younger, if your type two now that is sometimes self-induced or just induced because of our food supply, if you are diagnosis type two diabetic, you can expect ten years to be cut off of your life and these statistics, they don't come from me. They come from the UK key statistics on diabetes. Now, those also a study published in the journal of American Medical Association, and it states that metformin has a black label warning. Now, I don't know if you know what a black label warning is, but it's the highest warning that the FDA can give to any medication and this is a black label warning. I didn't know that myself until I started doing some research on it and a black label warning our warnings that are found on all psychotropic drugs like anti stuff, they give you for anti-depressants others black label warning on there. If you ever look at the, you know used to get what they called an insert. And you you unfold that insert it's like a map, and it's very big. Well, they'll be on the back of it. They'll be like a frame is a black frame, and that's the black label warning. And it's the highest warning that the FDA can give you on on any medication. Meaning that there are some pretty bad side effects to those medications. A recent study by the Harvard Medical School found that most doctors don't pay close enough attention to drug warning labels. So these black label warnings probably the doctors. That's prescribing it for you is it doesn't realize that that is a black label warning now that could mean something to some doctors that could mean nothing to some doctors, the Kennedy in medical association guidelines for metformin. I couldn't find the American Medical Association guidelines for metformin, but I'll do some research and see if I can find that. But I could find the Canadian medical association guidelines metformin is not recommended if you have any of the following. So in Canada doctors are told not to prescribe metformin for people that have high blood sugar if they have impaired kidney function or impaired liver function because it's going to work on the kidneys and liver heart failure, if you're a heavy. Drinker, you shouldn't be on metformin. And I think these could all hold true in the United States to if you're pregnant you shouldn't be unmet foreman. If you're breastfeeding you shouldn't be on metformin. I don't have to worry about those to myself, or if you're over sixty years old, according to the Canadian medical association guidelines for metformin, you should not be on metformin. If you're over aged sixty at least Canada, okay in America could be different. And I'm sure it is because I get a lot of people that are on that form in their way over sixty years old now metformin, and we have some other problems with meth warm and not just the side effects. There are interactions with metformin and there's moderate interactions with at least seventy four different medications. Now, there's no list of medications, but seventy four medications will interact moderately with metformin, there's mild interactions with at least eighty seven different drugs. So you gotta watch out these other drugs, they interactions between these drugs in most cases, most pharmaceutical companies do not study the interactions between drugs. So you don't really know. But they've found that there's a modern interaction between at least seventy four different medications and mild interactions with at least eighty seven different medications and metformin, by the way, if you wanna know how metformin works decreases the flow of sugar production out of the liver. So targets the liver to stop the flow of sugar out of there. Now in my in our. The office. We start people out again when you come to my office. We're gonna find the weakest area if it's the pancreas great if it's the liver, which we have to work might not be the first thing we have to work on. But we have to work on almost everyone's liver that comes in our livers are working overtime. But if we're trying to bring blood sugar down, there's a couple of things that would wanna do we want to handle the glance and Oregon's make sure that they're good and strong, and then we're going to be targeting certain areas. A one of them is going to be deliver. We're gonna make sure that the livers is a strong and the other one is the pancreas. So in order to get this under control, and we can do this while the person's on metformin, and then we're going to hopefully, get their doctor involved in this and let him or her know what we're doing and over a period of time they'll be able to reduce the metformin, especially if it goes way too low. There's a couple of other nutritional product we want to get in one that I use quite a bit. It's called sinew Lynn, this is not by standard processes by another professional company called systemic formula matter of fact, out at systemic formula yesterday and Friday, so they're nausea Thursday Friday. They had a convention there for if you wanna call it a convention event for doctors bringing them up to speed on different things, nutrition wise, but this is Cindy Lynn, it's a blend of herbs and helps bring that a one c down in this works really well to bring your onc- down about two maybe three points another one that I like to use a lot. It's called dia plex. Now, this one's by standard process. Both of these are professional grade. They just approached the problem a different angles here, but dialects works with the liver. It works with the pancreas. It helps to control the blood sugar. This is a good one. If you suspect. Blood sugar's a problem like when a person goes to bed, and they wake up, and it might be a blood sugar issue. You're you're suspecting it's probably the liver not handling it. One thing we do is. They can take that. Like, I said earlier two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar put it in about four to six ounces of water. If you can't if you don't like the taste of apple cider vinegar, put a little bit of Stevie in there, Sweden it up and drink that just before you go to bed, but we'll also give them dialects take three or four those dialects before they go to bed and. There that'll help the liver to maintain that blood sugar. Now, how are you going to know if you're if you need to do that? Well, you gotta get your glucose monitor you got to go to the drugstore, and by one and check your glucose first thing in the morning, see where it's at if it's over a hundred or sometimes it's a hundred or below is what we want. And if it's over one hundred it's way, too high you could do the apple cider vinegar test, and you could get some dialects and take that before you go to bed in take a little bit for your body to get used to that. But you should notice that your blood sugar in the morning starts to go down. We wanted under a hundred and we wanted as close as possible to about eighty five would be ideal. Now, I don't get a lot of people that are down at eighty five. Eventually they do get down there if they follow through with my program, and they listen to what I have to say. So we want to make sure that that that person is not only giving them the supplements. Now, none of these supplements will work. Unless we change lifestyle. Well, we have to do is we have to get them off of the sugar. And sometimes especially if they're diabetic you gotta look at fruit as a candy fruit is now a candy for diabetic the fruit that we're eating now is not the same fruit. Our ancestors ate they've high breaded they cross bred it. They got juicier it's sweeter than it ever has been. They've taken a lot of the fiber out of it. So the fruit that we're eating now he for diabetic at least in some others. You have to look at that. As candy. Now, how do you know fruits going to bring your blood sugar up? Well, one thing you do is you check your blood sugar with that glucose monitor. I keep talking about you check it before you eat the the fruit. Then go ahead and eat the fruit and give it a few minutes. Ten fifteen minutes. And then check it again and see how high pushes up your blood sugar bananas. I I'm a big banana lover. And I don't eat a lot of them because there's about twenty four twenty three grams, which is another way of saying sugar Twenty-three grams of carbohydrate in one banana,.
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"November. General election is approaching who are you likely to vote for. S Kansas governor This, is normally, when we'll take another poll straw poll here. Going on in August Rick loose the, independence still has zero Jeff Caldwell from the libertarian party with four percent and Greg Orman the independent four percent Laura, Kelly the, democrat now up to thirty two percent she's been. Coming up then crisco. Bach the Republicans still at sixty percents still ahead in. The Stephen head poll right there on our web page Cast your vote someone at an auction at the Kentucky state fair has plopped down a record two point eight. Billion dollars for a ham to equal bids of one point four million dollars combined for a. Record total for the eighteen point eight pound champion ham ham by Broadbent BNB foods Qatada Kentucky proceeds before this go, to cherry. Yeah it's all charity big fundraiser the winning. Bid at Thursday's annual ham breakfast of, the Kentucky farm bureau came from Luther Deaton junior of central Bank and Mark and Linda and Cindy Lynn Deaton. Plans to donate to the university of Kentucky the Keeneland horse track the Lynn say they will. Are still determining, which heritage to support sell the big champion ham in Kentucky goes for three. Almost three, million dollars big deal apparently orders for US long-lasting US factory goods, fell one point seven percent in July third decrease in the past. Four months Commerce Department said durable goods, orders items, meant to last at least. Three years such. As, autos and appliances. Totaled two hundred forty six point nine billion dollars. Much of the decline steep drop of thirty five percent in orders for non-defense aircraft volatile category on a monthly basis Eight fifty one, now the eight fifty two Stephen Ted. And we're talking about promoting leadership skills not only in Kansas men in other states as well Bill ROY enter the Wichita business, journal with us this morning is always good morning Bill good. Morning Stephen Ted yeah the big story in the weekly addition of the Wichita business journal a, Kansas leadership center in Wichita wants to expand its horizons. CEO Ed O'Malley says it'll never diminish its commitment to, helping Kansas communities by. Helping community leaders but the l. wants to expand beyond the state's borders they say there's opportunity for, growth building on the centers national and international reputation the center now sees about two thousand people a year ago. Through with a series of leadership programs but they say they'd like to triple that getting. To as many as six thousand people a year board. Chair David Lindstrom says the centers changed the culture about how people perceive leadership and they're not then this week we spend ten minutes, with Zach Potter he's a former professional golfer who's coming in off the tour to. Take, over as general manager, of, the, Wichita sports forum Potter says he's glad to be back home where can see family instead of Traveling from golf tournament the golf tournament local breaking business news every. Day on Kansas and Wichita business journal dot com for. The Wichita business journal I'm Bill ROY celebrating national waffle day did we always talk about this I guess we did didn't we just, a little bit yeah okay well we won't talk about that anymore Jimmy's diner. And have one right look love? The waffle okay never have any shoes with waffle-patterned on? The. Bottom. Called, him off oh yeah waffle stopper You bet All right the big big day tomorrow as a. Good friend Ted Woodward celebrates yet, another birthday. Happy birthday The big birthday weekend yeah it's an annual event I understand and I guess it's. Probably going. To have all these family get together and Ted's. Going to have to probably not, do anything Sure bring down old. Town tonight and tomorrow he's gonna be he's gonna be partying like. There's going to be? Partying right Ted this. Is, the big three oh. Right yeah. Three oh yeah dad's started thirty man you want to wish you want to wish you a happy birthday what should we do Listen there's so. Much there's so much already so rich yeah how could I possibly. Be blessed even further Yeah you're right. You, have a privilege. For you to come in here. And. We could get mister pip in this town Cake house franchise I don't ask for much and not very heavy return of cattlemans donuts really gal Just. I'm just there's only a very few things I want I miss eight track tapes Right yeah Ted. Ted would like to on, his, birthday somewhere to drive into a convenience store parking lot where there. A. Gas pumps. Ding, the, bell and have somebody come. Out and pump the gas foreign right that's right ding ding. Check oil for you anyway Ethel place and you. Have a happy birthday and, bucks, of Ethel Merman you'll recover enough to get back here Monday morning. Now. Who knows. What, I'll, drag in on Monday morning Birthday thank you now coming from nine o'clock hurricane lane is clobbering Hawaii that?.
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"Seven. Twenty six it's time for checkups sports here's Paul Rogers Louisville bats are, in the midst of a homestand Indianapolis coming in. Tonight they finish up the Toledo series by getting a win, last night that'd be, the mud hens five. To two scored four runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to get the win. Josh Van Meter had three hits in the game. The fifth time he's done that in the last twelve games cubs beat the reds seven to one Cole. Hamels tossed a complete game was, something that, Cole hamels intends to do. Every time out that's what we kind of. Set out to do I I know you know. Each and every one of us the colossus, I've, been in the pitching staffs I've I've been, a part of I mean that's that's ultimately the goal it's it's just it's tough to do so now hamels is. Four and ocean's coming to Chicago he Lord has earned run average two point seven nine in his five starts with the cubs Anthony Rizzo hit a home run and drove in three scored twice all the air Baya's homered and scored three times there's a four way, tie for, the lead after the first run of the PJ's Northern Trust The first event of the FedEx. Cup playoffs Kevin Tway Jamie love, Mark Vaughn, Taylor unsawn O'Hare sought five-under-par. Sixty six and then thirteen others are just. One shot back including US open and PGA champion. Brooks KEPCO and Dustin Johnson the number one, ranked, player Justin Thomas is among nine players who, are just two shots behind finally we're just about a week away from football season getting going let's play a game. Everybody wants to including Trey Smith he's a cardinals running back who's eager to take on Alabama This is. What we drink but when you come to college this is. Why came to Louisville God this is. Why I. Want to coach it'll be my close because. I know he's gonna come out aggressive and I know we're gonna play the top team so this. Is the best you can get cards play Bama in the. Season opener next Saturday night in Orlando Florida, Peyton. Ramsey will be Indiana's starting quarterback he was a sometime. Starter last year pass for twelve hundred fifty two yards and ten touchdowns with finer if. I've interceptions also rushed for two hundred twenty six yards Indiana's first game is with Florida international next Saturday. Louisville six. Wearing soccer team, opens. Play tonight they take on Saint Bonaventure in the season, opener at, Mark. Linn state Mark and Cindy Lynn stadium that'll. Be at seven thirty tonight and the u. Abell women one last night on the road at Dayton one nothing..
"cindy lynn" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Opening up to us. Again Hi everybody Tiffany's over at the. State fair so join us a little bit later on. State, fair Oh my goodness it is a perfect day to be at the Kentucky. State, fair hope you're able to sneak over and and taken. All the offerings they have oh I talked with one of. The, ham buyers this morning. That would be a certain Luther. Deaton we recorded our conversation. Actually he's a busy man he's a chairman. Of a Bank I mean chairman of banks I just can't catch them on the fly so. We recorded something a little while ago run later. Today Tells a little bit of his story. Growing up here in, Kentucky and he spent one point four million and then Mark and. Cindy Lynn, spent one point four. Million to put. Those two together and make a two point eight million dollar, donation for like future farmers of America and these agriculture causes and in the university. Of, Kentucky's business school and some other things so good for. Them could that that's always great and that was an astounding. Number, today I think that's. The record of all time for. The hams they've raised farm. Bureau Kentucky farm bureau puts on this thing. Every year and they've raised they said near thirteen million dollars Over all, the years they've been doing it like fifty years because the hands of generally be I, don't know ten thousand then I got to twenty thousand and thirty thousand and then one time it was one hundred thousand, oh so you can tell for a whole lot of years they it was a tough. Time for them to get to? Their first million. But these people were very generous donations. In the past decade have made this incredible last year I. Think it slipped backward, little but nonetheless that was a great story today so it's good. For charities, all around the area All right on the show today I guess those. People can chance at me to. Shame on, you shame on you I don't. Even know what I did but shame on you.
"cindy lynn" Discussed on Here & Now
"Singular ability to create change in your community. Hashtag Catholic me too. I'm not going to go into detail some of these stories, Lisa because they all really, really hot hot to read, let alone hotter actually talk about. So there will be some trigger warnings as you're going around. Look at these various stories. There's one that captured the attention of a lot of people online, and that was from Cindy Lynn, who talks about being sexually abused by church. Youth leader, look for her Twitter, handle healing in mid life without the and the end of midlife. She talks about her experience in a California church and in the current pastor then jumps onto the conversation and says, I am so sorry that this has happened to you. I want to apologize. I wasn't around then, but please know how saddened soy I am for what happened to you. And then Scindia saying, why are you even asking me this? And he says, because I want to make things better. Do we have the right policies in place? And so these are the conversations that are going beyond what's happening in this report about the Catholic church and the Pri. Season sexual abuse there and spitting out the whole church community and Christian community around the world. So that's Catholic me too, and hashtag church too, and the conversations unfolding, as you said on Twitter, wanna talk about another issue in the news this week. This one has to do with technology of the CEO of Twitter. Jack Dorsey said that he is rethinking the core parts of the platform after Twitter temporarily suspended conspiracy theorist, Alex Jones of info wars this week, amid a lot of pressure coming from the public. This follows apple Facebook, Spotify, taking action earlier this month against Alex Jones. What changes is Jack Dorsey proposing to limit the spread of hate speech? Well, he talks about this week looking at some of the coal functions of twins. I twist design fee to talk to each other to have a conversation, so that compensation that I just spoke to you about the past. The comment shirt said, how can I help I want to reach out to you? That is what Twitter is, does it? It helps those conversations happen. Bucked. Maybe there should be some ways that you can monitor them. So you may remember just a few months ago, there was a Twitter perch. So pots were purged counts that haven't been used with Pudge. John Dorsey is looking at, perhaps you can highlight information that is incorrect. That's being widely spread. Perhaps we can want to account behavior more. So we know when you are tweeting with an automated account a real person. There's a lot of room here for maybe Twitter to be out to look at the ethics of how people are using the platform and how easy it is to spread hate speech and also misinformation one more issue before we let you go on this one requires with Soviet anyway. For me a little bit of music..