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"conference center" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To have a massive hotel, a conference centre and a million square feet of commercial space. And in a beautiful crystal clear, beautiful lagoon. Foraker Lagoon. It looks like a some kind of resort in the Caribbean. It looks like a tropical oasis. Really, I can't I can't get my head around that this is going to be in Leander, Texas. This is the second big project announced in that little corridor right there in the past month. That area is tapped to be incredible. Incredible growth in the next next year or 20. Yeah, very soon. This is this is totally transforming that area little sleepy Lander. Those days are long gone just around the corner from the Jeffries compound. It was a big deal when you moved there. That was big enough. I don't want to take credit. Just the knowledge of the that you Who had actually moved. It was like when Sandra Bullock moved to Austin. Sure, you know, we're all aflutter. It increased. Absolutely Same thing. Yeah, Paparazzi is notorious. Thank you started that way. But it's a It's a cool thing, man. There's a lot of growth come in that way. It's good to hear. You know that there's that there is some life economic life. After this pandemic, they're playing him. Let's squeeze in Jason in north Austin this morning, Jason, what's on your mind? Hey, good morning and happy Friday got back. I just wanted to quickly so disappointing to hear. I mean, another restaurant. Mother's going down over this and I, you know, and There's a lot of a lot of blame to go around because I know there were, you know, iconic restaurant closing already before the pandemic started due to not being ableto handle their taxes, just having operate so close to the margins, But and and, you know, And to me, it's just sad that are made Mayor Steve Adler Hey, should recognize this, he seems, seems unquote like an intelligent man. Oh, yeah, it was It got the intelligence, intelligent, Just emotional. Yeah, Yeah, Exactly. It is all emotion base and it is not. It's not based on fact, and it just It's terrible to see this. And I'm glad that Governor Abbott had put it on him for him to the side. If he wants to keep the city open or not, And I hope voters remember that. Yeah, I kind of wish the governor would just open things up and taking that out of the governor's. You know, Woodhouse, let us make up our own damn mind. It is said you see another restaurant. Mother's They've been here. 40. Years of shutting a door is one week from tomorrow, actually. You should go get yourself a good vegetable plate. You know, vegetables. Look at your skin Color's a little pale a little bit a little gray. You need a little love. Yeah, Yeah, a little bit. Maybe. Ah, you know the least that maybe they dio mashed potatoes. You know something like that If they get a big plate of mashed potatoes, you get your protein eating their per diem. They got protein in that menu at all. I'm sure they've got tofu. You get beans? Yeah, something like lagoons. Load up on some beans..
Fresh update on "conference center" discussed on PBS NewsHour
"Way return now to our serious on the arts in Mexico, a country that in recent years has become one of the centers of the art world. Jeffrey Brown was in Mexico City before the pandemic to see how the country grab the art world's attention and what that means for its artists is part of our ongoing coverage of art and culture. Canvas. It's called Zona Marco. And it's become Latin America's biggest annual art fair throngs of art lovers packing a sprawling conference center on the northwest edge of Mexico City, Major galleries from the U. S. Europe in South America, as well as Mexico, showing part of all kinds. I always thought it would work, but I never thought.
How to Be a Better You
"Hello and welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast. This is John Chance. My guest today is Brandt menswear. He's an inspirational Speaker Award winning musician and author of a book. We're going to talk about today called black sheep unleash the extraordinary. Awe Inspiring undiscovered you. So Brandt welcome to the show. Thanks John Great to be back. I have to tell you missed a huge huge opportunity in the title I know what? You're going to see a work on the you're. GonNa say I should have said you with an e w well. Inspiring. would be amazing. In fact, I only your L. now if you want, I got it today. I love it. I thought about it and I'm like. Laugh me just straight out of the conference center if I come here with the how she how much she pun can somebody. You know another thing I thought as I was reading your your bio award winning musician I wonder how many? Of these speakers authors our. Music, I mean you did it professionally but music oriented or songwriters or I bet you, it's I. We were talked before I started recording I was talking to Henry he's actually songwriter and he said in his in his comments. He said, you know the older I get the less I need to know and I was like. country. Song right there. True. I'll tell you it was the hardest honestly the hardest shift. For me was was moving from writing songs to writing books because when you're writing songs. You know if you've got ten words in can say it in five you say in five and with a book, it's like if you can say intense say in twelve and make it make it a little more descriptive. It was top out for me. Yeah. So. Let's get right to the hardest part I. Think about this book is the you claim we've been lied to about purpose. I believe that the biggest lie we've been told about purpose is that it's something we find in. So many of us have spent decades. On this Indiana Jones like quest searching for our crystal skull and purpose and. It just is not true purposes. Something we choose and the question is, how do you make the right choice? and. That's really what this book is about. It helps you get started by choosing purpose in alignment with the things that matter most to you. Does away put more responsibility or accountability on. US. Like can't find my purpose I don't know what I'm supposed to do in life. That's like you gate on that for a few years ago. Yes. Idea that if I have to accept it I get to choose it will then on not. In the net SORTA harder. Well I mean you know at least in my experience, it's a fraction of a fraction of a percentage of people who have done the work to discover what they're non negotiable czar and can tell me what their lives purposes in one or two sink sentences and so. because. Of that, I'm very busy man. Thank God but but the truth is most of us are weighing it and and we've been successful winging yet. So why would we want to actually do some really hard work to see what's possible when we're comfortable where we are? Well and I would suggest by the way I I made a note here that I I loved your explaining of where the term winging. Comes from I was not familiar with that people waiting in the wings you know getting their lines actually to sub for somebody. In the wings. That make sense That's exactly right and that's how we've sort of adopted our lives. Now it's like I'm just GONNA I'M GONNA sit over here in the wings and when something's thrown at me I'll do the best I can in the moment but we don't actually learn our part well enough to not be looking at the words but what if it seems like we are I mean like you know I don't think people go yeah I'm just GonNa wing it for a while I, mean I think The. Best. I can you know I'm getting along here this seems like a good place to be right now I mean. How do you I mean where do you get the leverage then decided? Started I'm going to change I'm being intentional John. The way that I try to describe it, the people is being intentional is putting a destination in your gps that's being intentional. But knowing every turn, you're going to make between here and reaching your destination while that's acting with liberty intention, and there is a monumental difference between those two things. Can come back to that. But first I want you to explain to me why black sheep Obviously the title in you're talking about these being your core values there's a lot of negative associate with black sheep so Help me reconcile young couple hundred years worth of demonization why not put that in the tide I was forty seven years old when somebody finally explained to me the actual reason why black sheep or not valued like the rest of the flock by farmers and when I found out the truth I was so incredibly shocked that I had I have lived forty seven years without knowing this that it led me sort of down this path which led to the book, and so the reason that black sheep or not valued like the rest of the flock is because of black sheep's wool cannot be died. So in effect, every black sheep is on hundred percent authentically original and when I heard that I'm like that's that's my whole life goal is to just be the hundred percent authentic original that I was I was created to be and so when I when I sort of started to to think about it I said you know we actually all have the. Surf, five or six. Deeply held personal core values that have been developed over the course of our lives that outside of a catastrophic event in your life, they rarely change. They are like that black sheep's wool. They are the things that no matter how much someone wants to try to twist you change you. You simply will not be moved in and that sort of the premise of discovering your flock of five black sheep values.
Huge crowd gathers for George Floyd memorial in North Carolina
"Huge crowds gathering Saturday for the emotional farewell to George Floyd the state where he was born ABC's Victor Kendall was there more than ten thousand people descended on the small town of reefer North Carolina not to mourn the loss of George Floyd whose death sparked a worldwide movement but to celebrate their native sons near his birthplace hundreds of friends and family gathered at Saturday's emotional memorial service since early Saturday morning when his casket was wheeled into the Douglas keep your conference center long stretch for miles filled with people who wanted to stand in solidarity with the
"conference center" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Are just forty he's away from their first human spaceflight launch from Florida since the space shuttle era CBS news correspondent Peter king has more from the Kennedy Space Center what the astronauts are doing this weekend astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob they could have been here since Wednesday their final mission prep includes some final checks to make sure their space suits fit properly the dry run to the launch pad and time inside their spacecraft bacon says they'll also have some time with family members they've been observing you know pretty tight quarantine to make that a possibility and that'll happen that what astronauts used to call the beach house were crew members would go to unwind before a flight now it's called a conference center but either way it gives them some down time before the final push to Wednesday's launch Peter king CBS news at the Kennedy Space Center this is the memorial day minute from the CBS audio network historian Susan Kingsley Kent says forty five thousand American soldiers were among the millions who died in the nineteen eighteen nineteen flu epidemic the war is responsible for for the dissemination of the flu around the globe as quickly as it went and for sustaining it enabling it to last that long the flu outbreak began actually in western Kansas outside of Fort Riley where U. S. troops were stationed in preparation for being shipped overseas so they apparently carried the flu were it not for the war itself this influenza virus the H. one N. one as we now know could not have sustained itself it would have killed it's victim so quickly that they would have died before the virus had a chance to reproduce and pass itself along to.
Orlando Is Reopening. Persuading Tourists to Come Back Is Harder.
"Orlando is re opening and they want to get you know Disney world open all these places but the theme park actually is not among those things that is going to be opening they count a lot Orlando does on tourist dollars yeah and so the economy of Orlando has really been pummeled waiters maids bellhops they all relate rely on a seventy five million visitors a year seventy five billion dollars in revenue while and the tourists are gone and I don't know when the tourists are coming back because well don't take my word for the director of sales and marketing for the Florida hotel and conference center so the business is losing up to a million dollars a month no more than thirty five of its five hundred eleven rooms have been occupied on a given day while you know this is the conference center talking about I've been through nine eleven she says I've been through the recession and await and this is definitely the worst I've seen nothing will change for us until the parks are open the Disney universal and SeaWorld theme parks haven't said when they'll reopen they could be among the last businesses in the state to open because it's so hard to social distance and clean at those theme parks I think Disney is using its Shanghai park as kind of Guinea pig
What Is NASA's Astronaut Beach House?
"Astronauts are driven disciplined physically fit and trained to solve complex problems in high stakes situations. But of course sometimes they just want to get away from it all from the press the physicians and the rigors of flight prep. You've gotTa make time to sharpen the saw. But where on earth can these people find a little seclusion? Well M- since nineteen sixty. Three Nasr's kept a bungalow on the East Florida coast closed to the general public. It's been a welcome retreat for generations of astronauts barbecues and bottles signings are cherished pastimes at the hideaway so are fond farewells. Historically this was the last place where many space bound crews got to hang out with their families before launch. Here's the story of the Kennedy Space Center Beach House and Conference Center or the Beach House. For Short Florida. Nasa go a long way back in nineteen sixty one. It was decided that the agency would build a new launch center on Florida's Merritt Island which is technically a peninsula by the way other sites were considered including New Mexico's White Sands missile range. Where the first atomic bomb had been set off sixteen years prior proximity to the Atlantic Ocean gave Merritt Island a strategic advantage. Rockets launched there could streak across the ocean without disturbing populated areas. Latitude was another plus. Florida is reasonably close to the equator. Where Earth's rotation speed is at? Its fastest when you set off a rocket in the sunshine state. The vessel can save fuel by capitalizing on this principle. It's why Merritt Island is now the home of Kennedy Space Center SPACEPORT NASA. Wasn't the first group. Take an interest in this region however the US military had been testing missiles on nearby Cape Canaveral since nineteen forty nine and then came snowbirds education homes and other seaside properties sprouted like daisies and the postwar economy. One piece of real estate was a two story. Beach House constructed in nineteen sixty two really. It was just another wood framed building in the Neptune beach subdivision at first Nessa partnered up with the Army Corps of Engineers to buy the entire development in nineteen sixty three four. Thirty one thousand five hundred dollars which is a little more than two hundred sixty six thousand eight hundred dollars in today's money neighboring houses and the gas station were cleared away but this plain Jane cottage escaped. The wrecking ball situated on government owned land. The Beach House is well off the beaten path in his two thousand six memoir astronaut. Richard Mike Mullane said the place was as isolated as Mars originally called the astronaut training and rehabilitation building. It started out as a home away from home. A place where crew members could get some shut. Eye on overnight stays as the decades past the bungalow evolved into more of a hang out. Spot astronauts could drop by individually or as crew many also chose to take their spouses and families over by design though. This isn't the easiest spot to access the space shuttle veteran Robert Springer who flew missions in nineteen eighty nine and nineteen ninety recalled. The Hannah's crewmates used to borrow the key from an acid staff member. A spontaneous visits were not encouraged. Though a one day payload specialist Samuel Durant's waltzed over with some colleagues but forgot to give the administrators any advance notice on their way back. The group was met by Swat team and guests had to play by the house rules. For example young children were barred from the premises. During astronaut quarantine periods. The House has entertained. Its share of politicians and diplomats. And to this day it remains an active meeting place for government organizations but among. Space History Buffs. This mid-century is remembered first and foremost as an explorers waystation filled with the stories of its tenants. There was the time that springer and a crewmate winter a dip in the ocean only to be met by helicopter full frantically waving airmen. It turned out. The swimmers had gotten a little too close to an enormous gang of sharks unaware of the danger and oblivious to the warning. The astronauts waved back. Don't worry everything turned out fine. Prelaunch barbecues are traditional shortly before his space takes off. It's customary for them to gather with family members of the cottage for muscles and Colm Rotary. Sometimes the guests get dinner and a show former Kennedy space center. Deputy Director James A gene. Thomas witnessed a cause play prank at one of these beach parties. The mission being toasted that day was set to include Franklin Story Musgrave a legendary astronaut. Who happened to be bald just for kicks. The rest of his crew decided to impersonate. Mas Great at this barbecue so everyone showed up with rubber latex sheets on their heads and name tags that read. Hi I'm story. Another longstanding tradition at the Beach. House involves leaving. Your mark. Outgoing crew will sign a wine bottle before they blast off official mission logos usually adorned these mementos by now. Few decades worth of space. Flights have been chronicled on bottlenecks and wine labels now can cabinet display in two thousand sixteen hurricane. Matthew did a number on the bungalow necessitating massive repairs inside and out once. The kitchens bathrooms multiple walls. And most of the second floor had been overhauled. The cottage reopened on July twenty fifth of twenty eighteen. We reached out to the Kennedy Space Center. Which informed us that. The House is not currently being used by any astronaut crews. But who knows? Maybe that'll change in the near future. Nasa does want to quote. Put the first woman in next man on the moon or the twenty twenty four no doubt future occupants will feel mixed emotions at the old beach house most astronauts do along with their loved ones. Donnellan. Mike's wife said in two thousand ten interview with NASA as a spouse. You know you're coming out here to say goodbye and you don't know if it's the last time yet by many accounts. Fear intermingled with excitement from the bungalow visitors have gotten some spectacular views of eager rockets ships ready for launch gleaning from the nearby space center.
Prince Charles opens fast-tracked London hospital to treat COVID-19 patients
"One Britain's prince Charles today opened up the new nightingale hospital after London's main exhibition and conference centre hospital able to provide intensive care services for up to four thousand people suffering from a cove it prince Charles emerging earlier this week after testing positive for the virus he was in self isolation he launched the temporary facility via video link from his
"conference center" Discussed on WTOP
"National conference center in Loudon county the Dulles expo center in Fairfax county and George Mason University in the city of Fairfax prince William county executive Chris Martino says sites where they could have the greatest number of beds located within a reasonable distance to the hospitals those are filling up hospital beds would be implemented at the Hilton garden inn off I. ninety five in Woodbridge a George Mason graduate student Norman the Manassas area and additional facilities at GMU in Fairfax hospitals don't have extra doctors nurses or technicians to staff the facilities though and there are still supply shortages so the states looking at options like the National Guard or volunteers to get these open over the next few weeks or months Max with WTOP news will stay at home orders have been issued throughout our region and local leaders are now directing residents to stay in their homes except to get essential items to perform essential work or to go outside for recreational purposes state police are telling us though that they're not going to pull people over just ask them out whether their travel is essential in Virginia Fairfax county police chief ed Roessler says he's looking for Virginians to comply but he does want to put people in jail the last thing that we want to happen is to make an arrest because when we cool cat the primary efforts throughout the globe is to have social distance and and to limit the contacts between you mean to reduce the risk of the virus is spreading so we've been using social media and get the message out with our partners in the health department and other agencies to stay at home and to take social distancing measures telling DC mayor Muriel Bowser said people who violate the stay at home order risk spending up to ninety days in jail.
"conference center" Discussed on WTOP
"National conference center in Loudon county the Dulles expo center in Fairfax county and George Mason University in the city of Fairfax prince William county executive Chris Martino says sites where they could have the greatest number of beds located within a reasonable distance to the hospitals those are filling up hospital beds would be implemented at the Hilton garden inn off I. ninety five in Woodbridge a George Mason graduate student Norman the Manassas area and additional facilities at GMU in Fairfax hospitals don't have extra doctors nurses or technicians to staff the facilities though and there are still supply shortages so the states looking at options like the National Guard or volunteers to get these open over the next few weeks or months Max with WTOP news all the states and the federal government are still looking for ways to distribute hospital supplies that are needed to save lives and protect hospital workers Larry Hogan concedes that the states to the federal government are competing on the open market for the same limited supply ventilators and personal protective equipment for hospital staff the bottom line is there just aren't enough to go around for what everybody desperately needs and we've got to figure out the best way to to fix a really bad situation Hogan says the system is needed to share the limited but critical supplies in an interview on C. span governor Hogan said dramatic improvements have been made in corona virus testing but not fast enough we still got a long way to go Dickey only on double you T. O. P. news more than thirty six million dollars in emergency funding was approved to deal with the impact of the corona virus outbreak in Montgomery County Montgomery County council voted on a number of emergency.
The Ivy League's decision to cancel the basketball tournaments was unfair to athletes
"Yeah I believe straight up cancelled its men's and women's tournaments the automatic berths going to the regular season champs which is what the I really did until four years ago so that means the Yale man and the Princeton women are given the automatic berths to the NC WRAL to around the horn yeah this is an interesting decision by the I really I really feel for these other teams you know you mentioned Princeton they're started by the way is bell Allori market Valerie's daughter they only lost one right I am over time so they're all they're all set for the women but Harvard can you imagine the beef they have they beat this team twice they were hosting the tournament Tony so you can I can't even imagine as a student athlete preparing all week or for however long fourteen and then the calls come in saying yeah I never mind us seniors you're done it's over that's just heartbreaking I had to have been a better way a lot of complete people are playing without fans maybe I really should consider a good soul yeah I am happy for James Jones I've known since he was in junior high so I'm happy for you know that he's going to the tournament I'm not happy for anybody else on the women's side or the men's side because just play the tournament in an empty gym why are we going to this extreme measure and the coach of Penn bring up a great point you have across teams are going on the road wrestlers are going on the road right now for matches why would you have to cancel this stuff the gala trouble you yeah I mean the first one I want to say anybody in any this is making a terrible decision because there's no easy play book there's no easy guide to know what to do here but I will say like like Frank just and Frank and Jackie just said there's other sports going on and they're allowing those to continue now there's gonna be other conference tournaments going on the pac twelve just said they're playing in Las Vegas that's a lot bigger crowd ostensibly more dangerous health situation I would guess so it you know it's it's a tough call I don't know I don't know why they don't play it you know without fans and I think we are going to get to that point in some sports we just don't know how soon bill clashes I think it's a total panic move I mean so Yellen Princeton can play this week if they can play next week in March madness the play other teams are from the fan housing health risks the any different if we can is this week it doesn't make any sense and there's no health official in this country nobody has said that they should have athletic events now keeping the fans out that's the way to go I think that's probably probably is a pretty smart way to do it I don't think these games need fans but these games the players ready to play and there there's no significant health risk I don't know why they do it again it seems like a panic move to me it should be said on many of these universities Harvard for one and many universities across the country are now in a new online classes pretty good so you can address something else be like well what was interesting you know the bill we're talking about the pac twelve the fact that their plan why is that because we know they're gonna get a lot of fans are the same thing with the biggest tournament here Madison Square Garden the Ivy League they'll give fans but it's not the money maker that some of these bigger conferences are so I think that's probably one of the reasons why the bigger conference center we're having the tournament and maybe that's why it made it easier for the Ivy League but they should be a little more considerate to those other players like the coach talked about seniors and you're telling them today by the way your career is over after mac yeah you know the other thing too is keep in mind that the I really didn't even start a post season tournament two thousand seventeen so I think that maybe they feel like well you know we've always put academics above all the rest is here's just a total conjecture on my part you mention Harvard they've already told their students were on break you're not going to come back after a break your to do online courses so obviously Harvard that university in particular is taking a very conservative approach and they were the ones hosting cal OSHA you know plasti said something a minute ago that a week ago it is sounded just absurd these games they'll need fans and realistically it's probably the the safest way to go and I think we'll eventually get to that in some sports when you think about putting twenty thousand people on top of each other you know in a congested arena that may be the way the the easiest way to spread the virus and they may you know we do have televisions we can't watch these games from home so for a short period of time that may be the way we have to guess what's what we're seeing worldwide right and the arenas and that's what we're seeing with some conferences the Ivy League co opting to cancel there's other conferences opting for not crowded or empty arenas
The Long Road Back to the PGA Tour, with Joseph Bramlett
"People are looking for someone to root for this week? Joseph Bramlett has to be your guy. Yeah thirty one years old. He was the youngest ever. Got To qualify for the US. Am hand you know. He basically took like seven years away from the top levels of the game. I mean as someone who's back as someone who tried to play Pro Golfer a couple years and then you know so the writing on the wall and quit. Yeah I have major admiration for someone that saw the top of the tower and then went to the deepest dungeon. And now has yeah. He's out of it. He had his back. He's LEGIT PGA Tour Player. Top twenty last week at pebble so he was a great guy to talk to him. Yeah we talked to him about twenty minutes. We talked to Rafael. Who is the owner of Genesis for another fifteen or twenty minutes and he told us basically everything that their brain is doing here this week? Why they love this event while they love. La Gulf stay tuned for that a little bit later for now here is Joseph Bramlett are we are here in What is now the Genesis invitatinal press conference center with? Joseph Bramlett the Charlie Sifford exemption. This week now your first time as the Charlie Sifford exemption but a lot has changed internalize since two thousand eleven. When you were in that position the first time you just came off the top twentieth pebble. How are you feeling about the game right now? I feel good. Yeah I feel really good. My coach and I did a lot of hard work in the off season Felt like I was showing some good signs. The first couple events this season and then To have a nice respectable finish last week was a good stuff for people. That don't know your back story like let's just rip through. His backstory is taking taking shots at me. A rude you were a phenom growing up. Tell us just a little bit about where you're from. You know how you got here. Wow okay well story here we go. Yeah I grew up. In San Jose California was born in Stanford Hospital grew up playing junior golf in San Jose Bay area. Yeah when I was fourteen I was the youngest to compete in the US amador. That was a big big accomplishment for me at the time and were teen years old. Yeah it was very young. Yeah it was really cool. I I was got a little bit of media coverage and a lot of attention from college coaches so made the recruiting process. Really easy for me and Yeah from there. I played a lot of amador. Golf in northern California I went to school at Stanford Was able to graduate in two thousand ten and At the end of the year I went through school and was able to get out here in two thousand eleven straight out of college which was amazing steal. It was a big company. People can pull that off no not at all and it was. It was incredible is amazing experience. I would say that I was probably a little bit unprepared for some of the things that came along with playing professional golf. What just how frequently. We Compete Growing up I would play at tournament for three days and then I take two or three weeks off prepping for the next tournament and out here. If you miss a cut and then you've got like five days to get ready for the next one and you my my rookie year. I played nine events in a row and I played eleven out of twelve weeks straight. So I'd never done anything like that big life. Yeah it was. It was just a huge life shock. I mean not only was I competing often but I also didn't go home for like two or three months and I'd never done that before so it was just. It was a big growing experience. That lines up with a lot of what to rookies have told me in the past and are held. Varner said something like that just like your first year is such a learning curve which kind of you know sometimes guys like Matt Wolf or more cowardly like snap their finger and it happens and they get it but that it's much more a rarity than what is the norm now. Absolutely my hat off to them. I mean they`ve. They've played incredible right out of college. Which I mean shows a lot about what they can do But it's it's hard to do that and yeah I I took the the learning curve. Route niners fan absolutely. Oh yeah outsider. Yet it was. It was definitely a tough pill to swallow Starting out the year I was really pumped. I thought we might make the playoffs. I was really pumped. I was like we might be in contention again and then eight games in house like we're good and then Yeah I knew going against the chiefs in the super bowl is going to be hard because they're so dangerous is Jimmy G. The truth for you is he the one Jimmy. Jeez my guy can't roll with. Okay I like it. Yeah I mean from a Franchise Tag Joe Montana and Steve. Young I mean. We have very high expectations quarterback no doubt when Jimmy came to the niners. The excitement around the niners went through the roof for him when he didn't have anything. I'm so he is helped the culture shift in San Francisco and for those reasons alone. I'm riding with as a packers fan. The niners warped our ask twice this year so down there better scary. So good football interlude. They're kind of like that. She was stick with just the football. Let's talk about Shanahan. Nice Forty five minutes twenty eleven. Yeah well you played well. You didn't quite keep your car right. You were just a few thousand dollars. Away thousand-year status. I mean how do you? How do you process being so close? You know being on the grind for that whole year and then just missing out on keeping your card It was tough. It was it was a tough experience. So two thousand eleven was my rookie year out here on the PGA tour and That year actually got my head kicked in pretty good. I didn't I didn't come quite that close to keeping my car. I think I've finished around one ninety five on the money list but the next year was my first year on the what is now the Korn ferry tour and so I think that's what you're referencing that year I was inside the top twenty five all year and thought I was going to get my PGA tour card back. I was really excited because now I had this experience with me looking forward to getting back and I came up short in our last tournament. The tour championship one shot short and I was I was devastated Kinda. Wear you stood where you needed to finish. Never know for sure because I think it was the tour championship there. Sixty guys plan. I was somewhere around twenty fifth and so there are a lot of guys behind me that we're playing well and you never know where it's going to shake out so. I knew I needed to get out of it as I could. Yeah I know that like there's little decisions you make on the golf course. Have these really big effects on the rest of your life. Yeah and that's what you train for as a kid to block all that stuff out just kind of stay. Stay PRESENT. Stay in the moment. I think I've put myself in that situation so many times. That much more prepared for. I've I've learned to do it. But it's it's really stressful. And Yeah so tell me about life since then because now you're actually thriving on the PGA tour but what happened between two thousand twelve and now. What was your road back like? Yeah so halfway. Through the two thousand thirteen season Was warming up for the Utah Championship. And I swing with a LOB wedge. I just got this searing pain throughout my whole body. I felt like every nerve in my body was set on fire and I just got stuck. I couldn't move. I had no idea what it was. I hadn't had anything like that happened before so I tried to get some treatment. You know one thing led to another. I had to withdraw from the tournament. The next day couldn't play and Yeah I spent the next six weeks at home laying on the floor Cross of visceral description by every never my body felt like it was on fire. Yeah with something. I've never experienced before. And anyone with back pain probably has a reference to what I'm talking to But it's it's just such a humbling experience because I went from being a professional athlete. Who Does everything with my body to laying on the floor and you know asking you know loved ones if they can bring me some food or like not brushing my teeth for days at a time because I just can't bend over to do it So it's just it's it's a very very humbling experience. GotTa be one of those things that you and I. We can listen to you. Describe it. We can't understand it until happens to you. Like no one can really understand back dame until they have back pain at least that's my understanding of it. Yeah I I'd say that's fair. I certainly had no idea what I was getting into at the time. Either and There's a lot of people deal with it though. That's the scary thing is that like it's the back dictates everything that moves in your body so if that computer has a problem nothing else functions and yeah. I mean it was from there. I got a lot of imaging and a lot of memories taken and we started to realize that I had an annual charity. My four zero five disc and that takes eighteen months to heal on average. So that wasn't fun. News to hear from the doctor goes through your brain when he says eighteen months. Until you gotta be kidding me. Eighteen months what takes eighteen months like. Yeah I'm like Senate guys to the moon and eighteen months like how does that even but It just shows you how delicate and fragile. The human body is and You know from that point I just started trying to figure out any routes I could take to speed up the process. I saw fifteen different spine surgeons and the first fourteen told me. I wasn't a candidate for surgery. All they could do implement rods and my back and that would end my career and then the last guy last guy was like yeah. I mean I can open you up and take a look. Were you looking for that information from? Are you looking for someone that would agree to surgery or I I was? I I knew surgery was not the best long-term solution but I started getting impatient and I was wanting someone to fix my problem And about the guy is the host this week the same exact things multiple surgery so I imagine yeah and as an athlete like we do things with our bodies and we wanna you know be strong and get back out there and get to work and Yeah I didn't. I couldn't do that so I actually was considering the last guy pretty good. And it's where my girlfriend's stepped in and she's like you're not GonNa do this like not having an experiment. Doctors exploratory back surgeries. She's like go. See this guy that I know. He's a physical therapist and so yes she got me. In touch. With my current physical therapist cody Fowler and Yeah from there. We started piecing together. How my body moved and kind of get me back on on track.
"conference center" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Banquet and conference center in the morning and of course former vice president Joe Biden who is also at Drake University so our cameras are positioned to show you the speeches will be the one place we'll have them in their entirety and the results in the meantime let's hear from you will Jim is up next from a Malcolm Iowa Jim good evening hi there great Jim you're on the air yes this call in in the kind of let everyone out there know what we see here and I want him to be I caucus the location where we had about thirty people present been in comparison to another town that only ten minutes away lot much larger turnout we had a little bit colourings group not even a viable at our caucus location but ten minutes away she has almost forty seven percent of the vote so really analyzing this one precinct isn't can you give me a lot of information that's going to be an interesting night we feel this coming thanks for the call Jim will be watching as well Michael in Bloomfield hills Michigan good evening first I want to thank you for running this why have a report from the carcass sorry this is for the first time on the one hand that you know it's great to see democracy in action I'm in my sixties I'm also excited to see so many people under my age or act of their on the other hand we really need to go to a national primary one day a let the states decide whether they want to DO carcasses were foreigners but I don't know I was agree state they're wonderful people there is no Thomas even participate and exciting to see the participating this is not representative some of the country and it would be much better if we we've been talking about this for a few decades to go on national primary to respect the problems Michael thank you just handful of people left at valley high school in west des Moines and Brian Conley who is still there working through the numbers and making sure that all the information is sent to the Iowa Democratic Party Jonathan Martin the New York times with an update from day the challenge of CNN reporting that the I would Democrats expecting at least some of the results at nine central that's the about ten minutes away ten and ten o'clock here in the east well the next to Susan and lock my Colorado great season when you're on the air hi hi thank you yes Sir I wanted to say first off thank you for the coverage greatly appreciate having the exposure to the Iowa caucuses never having seen it first hand always curious about it and how it works this is my second time watching it the first time with a little bit confusing tonight it was very clear and I got inspired because it's really great to see so many people from the community come out and exercise there their responsibility their privilege to vote and participate in the number in the election process for me that was heartening because we are so divided and we tend to rely on headlines and bite nowadays for information so to see people actually coming together the community and participating was very helpful to see how transparent it is and that we can still agree on our democratic process so I just wanted to say thank you I really enjoyed seeing the coverage tonight well Susan thank you very much again kinda lonely room there right now with the the caucus organizer but you saw some video earlier it was full with participants from some of the top tier candidates and want to share with you some early results these are mostly from satellite caucus locations including outside Iowa here in Washington DC there was a cockroach location one in Minnesota and a couple of issues including in London and in Paris and the results showing that with really just a few hundred votes total only one percent of the caucus participants but the former mayor south in Indiana with the lead at twenty six point eight percent about seven twelve votes followed by senator Bernie Sanders it just over twenty three percent former vice president Joe Biden at nineteen and a half percent translating to about five hundred and nineteen votes and senator Elizabeth Warren at sixteen point one percent or about four hundred and twenty eight votes again this is a very small percentage mostly satellite coccus locations we do not have the results yet from the Iowa Democratic Party let's go to Mike in Hammonton New Jersey good evening Mike you with us hello yes please go ahead yeah my name is Mike not might okay hello Frank yeah well I believe in the quarters uses that but I agree with the previous one of the previous set of speakers I'm a Republican and all pro Donald Trump I think he's doing a great job as president but I think that our nation wide the primary is probably the best thing because that'll give us really result all these here court decision and in different places just give you one and that town exactly as state hello all suffer through to read I can understand some of it but I also agree that the the the Republican users should say my army that tree nationwide I think Donald Trump would put I read all state the whole country I and that on the Republican side to say that some of the some of the stuff of movie lore on that I disagree with like he tried it is the allies and stuff the democratic very nation which given food to discredit trial from even before he became president a let the man do his job a used Cadillac good job instead of course a range of dollars wasted money my colleague there thanks to call a reminder we will have live coverage of the president's state of the union address it will get under way at nine o'clock eastern time our preview programming at eight o'clock eastern time tomorrow evening that will be followed by the democratic response and then of course Wednesday on C. span to the Senate with the expected acquittal of of the president the final part of the impeachment trial and we're in New Hampshire beginning tomorrow with event coverage with the results based on what's happening here tonight in Iowa will be with the former vice president Joe Biden with the Sanders campaign and with the warring campaign you can follow work schedule online.
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"Split the conference center James Lankford always a pleasure to talk to I sure you're coming on I hope you can talk to us during the trial well look forward to it all at some busy afternoon but we can chat in the mornings thank you senator it is my goal to make sure that you know you listeners of the here and show no more about this trial than any other outlet in America and it helps to be a lawyer it helps eserver department just after been a White House counsel helps no the Chief Justice it helps to know the senator that helps actually pay attention to the rules and a lay down the expectation by the way I have great faith in the job because this we're talking about people of great into I mean Lamar Alexander I went all in in nineteen ninety six to try to get him elected president he would be a great president Bob Dole got the nomination at your great man himself but Lamar Outlander would have won I would've been Bill Clinton and Bob Dole didn't but I I think Lamar Alexander and Mitt Romney and Susan called these are people of great integrity or going to find that they are going to make the right decisions so just stay tuned also don't forget they're going out of the door really fact that Connie folks on the west coast just get not had not the door you got that hour and a half long commute from green valley down Oakland whatever it is get your really factor dot com you're up in Seattle you're looking at a long line of whites will be in front of you on the bridges get your really factor that come out of the cupboard before you get in the car hi Karen curriculum or they're trying to make it a for natural supplements the combined to support the temporary relief of minor aches and pains in the company exercise aging air long commutes and so whatever you are wherever you are whatever you do if you hurt try the natural approach really factor dot com really factor that comp coming right back with congresswoman Liz Cheney to finish off an amazing show today senator Lankford is posted the audio is up abuses the present during.
Sanchita Balachandran Shifts the Framework for Conservation with Untold Stories
"The field of conservation was created to fight change to prevent objects from becoming dusty broken or rusted but fighting to keep cultural objects preserved creates a certain mindset the mindset of protector a mindset. It's too easy to imagine objects and cultures. In the state of stasis. This is how it always was and will be forever. Often I mean just given the colonial oneal had an imperial histories of museums. It was because people were going to be gone forever. That culture was gone. And so this is the last trace but in fact. That's not how cultural heritage works it. It's transformed it's changed. It continues on in different forms and a lot of the way the Conservatives think about cultural heritage is is about out mitigating that change. which makes it a little bit fossilized but to me that changes where things are really vibrant exciting and people are so closely connected to cultural cultural heritage that it really feels alive? This is since Cheetah Bala Chandran Associate Director of the John Hopkins Archaeological Museum. Hello my name is Cinci Bala Alexander. I'm conservative and I'm trained in the conservation of archaeological materials in particular and my day job is the associate director of the Archaeological Theological Museum at Johns Hopkins University. Bala Chandran founded untold stories a project that pursues conservation profession that represents and preserves a full spectrum of human cultural heritage for the past few years. The project has been hosting public events at the annual meetings of the American Institute for Conservation Conservation Untold Stories emerged of bollocks hundreds frustration with how narrowly the field of conservation has been defined at felt that there were literally early too many untold stories in the field of conservation. I wanted to find ways to actually start to think about what else cultural heritage could mean other than say the things we typically think of as belonging in a museum or many of us cultural heritage means going to this important looking building that has paintings and sculpture and has labels labels next to it and I think we kind of decided in some ways at that's cultural heritage and preservation means taking care of those things and really I've become more and more aware error and curious about the fact that cultural heritage is much more complicated and diverse set of practices. It's often not necessarily about a single object or a thing but rather how that thing might function within a community or communities as as part of a series of practices and exchanges and storytelling and I just wanted to have a way to kind of work with people who are really doing that work outside the museum and doing it in ways that I think preserved Europe but also change cultural practices since untold stories takes place at the annual meetings of the American Institute for Conservation. A lot of professionals in the field Are already gathered there. The meetings attract over one thousand conservators blake many professional conferences. The meetings are often held in a nondescript hotel how setting but untold stories makes it a practice to conceptualize where attendees are sitting and the history that preceded them an example of this is the twentieth nineteen eighteen untold stories event titled Indigenous Futures and Collaborative Conservation. How many times have you been to a conference and you could be anywhere right? I mean you're in this big room and you never leave the hotel or the conference center and part of what I was interested in was trying to actually place a somewhere so twenty one thousand nine since we were actually meeting at the Mohegan Sun which is a Mohegan owned casino. We were on native land. It seemed like a really important opportunity. -tunities to talk about native sovereignty kind of history of genocide in our own country. The fact that anyone who's non-indigenous in this country is a settler settler colonialist but to really think about what this means in terms of how we take care of collections that have come to us as a result of historical happenstance stance but also a very violent past and to acknowledge the fact that museums which for most of us who work in museums are very safe. Welcoming and joyful places uses are evidence of this history of of pain and removal so the opportunity to work with the commod educational initiative was really exciting. Because because it's a partly native co-founded and they do a lot of educational work around questions of how even think about the history of this country story and to me. That was really important to be able to say in native space as opposed to you know in a place somewhere else. Part of of Bala. Hundreds point is that there isn't such a thing as a textualist cultural material. The intentionally nondescript conference ballroom has a lot in common with deliberately sterile museum environment episode. Sixty eight of this show features an interview with Ed Wanda's spears director of programming and outreach at the adamant educational initiative and one of the convenors of the twenty nineteen untold stories event in the episode. She discusses her presentation about how native native narratives are violently presented through White Lens in museums. It was in Donna spheres of Who suggested the title she had worked in museums? She's very familiar with these questions. And she's the one who suggested indigenous futures which forces you to recognize that this is not something of the past. We really wanted to do something. The thing that felt like we were going to push. This had to be uncomfortable but it also had to be aspirational. Where do we go now? And how can as conservatives servers we actually be part of this very kind of collaborative supportive mission to ensure futures. We can't make it happen by ourselves. It's it's not like we're saving anybody and that's another big concern of mine. There's a real sort of savior mentality that I think conservation has ask we save objects and I certainly came out of graduate school thinking that I was going to save everything and to me. That's a very problematic way to think about it because frankly if the objects still survives it didn't need me it made it thousands of years without me somehow. We've decided that we're the ones that making the that make these things live live forever which is pure arrogance so part of this event was really to think about how as conservatives can come up with action items and by action items. It was practices but more than anything of kind of Shipton in a mental framework for working much more equitably and more humbly to really have a sense of respect for this notion that there has already been a history before you and so when you enter into this hopefully collaborative relationship you need to acknowledge alleged. Things have survived for a long time without your intervention. And they don't need you but you could actually provide some sort of service some sort of benefit that could actually really help the untold stories team. True to their mission is careful not to present the workshop as a single solution or even a set of solutions. The team wants wants to counter the assumption within the profession. That all you need to do is go to one workshop and then you're all done you know. Unfortunately this doesn't change the working working practices it doesn't change the mindset. It doesn't change the way an organization functions and what happens is then marginalized people are called upon again and again to kind of keep performing this vulnerability and this discomfort for themselves in order to educate people who are unwilling to do the work that consistent like every single day for the rest of their lives work that will be required to make transformative change possible part of what in the twenty nineteen in conversation we. We felt very strongly we had to say is if if you really believe in equality if you really want to do something that is truly collaborative that does not assume some sort of hierarchy. It means being really uncomfortable the entire time and maybe at the end of it things will change but you you still have to kind of follow through on it when it gets really uncomfortable. And the fact is most marginalized communities. People have done this entire lives so it it just feels like it's time for you. Know I think in general the museum community to say we're willing to engage in these kinds of difficult ongoing perpetual natural
FBI raids Canton Township home of UAW President Gary Jones
"A massive multi pronged F. B. I. raid taking place today at several locations all pertaining to corruption in the auto industry the row raids taking place in three states they include the canton township home of UAW president Gerry Jones the California home of former president Dennis Williams the U. A. W. black lake conference center in northern Michigan and you a W. offices near Saint Louis that is where John served before being elected president last year the investigation of the industry has been going on for
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"The conference center of the L. Brooks Patterson building at twenty one hundred Pontiac Lake Road an eleven year old boy is in critical condition after being struck by a car Saturday afternoon under towards west side according to authorities the crash happened at about three PM outside a gas station near the intersection of Plymouth road and south field and the Southfield freeway the driver stopped at the scene and police said they are cooperating it is unknown if the driver will face any charges and according to authorities for people were in a Cessna plane that crashed Saturday morning in Saginaw county the plane crashed near the intersection of spins and for the world the plane had left flank and was traveling to beaver island authorities said the plane experienced engine trouble and awaiting caught a guide wire causing the plane to flip over the Federal Aviation Administration is investigating no major injuries were reported the Detroit branch of the N. double ACP is gearing up for the first of three sessions it will be hosting for its youth council WG ours gene focal explains the first is to be held on Wednesday the last two next month sponsors say will focus on money and credit management savings budgeting and investing America vice president Michael Jeter said that many of the problems in Detroit have to do with finances he said that they need more people who are in homes and able to stay in those homes and that by helping young people with finances they can help prevent or at least reduce the amount of foreclosures that are occurring in the city Jeanne Fogo W. J. R. news a motorcycle is is dead after an accident.
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"conference center" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Knowledge to Malawi wear group of campaigners have won a legal battle, the puts a stop to the construction of the Mahatma Gandhi statue in blunt, the group behind the campaign is named Gandhi must fall, and they see that the Indian independence leader does not deserve honor. Because he discriminated against Africans when he lived in South Africa for twenty years, but the Malawian government says that the statue which is part of a ten million dollar deal with India to build a conference center. Atlanta must go ahead. Joined now by nice, so you're a lawyer of for the Gandhi must fall campaign nicely. Molly, wendy. Normally one. We know. Now, could you just start by telling us what the Malawian cost decided on this matter? Will we floor? Dan. To actually a temporary free selection before the for the for the invention of granted. Why has the campaign against the touch you taken on such a significance? In the country. Relational grows on. Remark that. On record. Wiki code. Deals and. Needed them to be leaving. That'll human being. One down. Well, some fictional people in Malawi. Okay. You're trying to say that this line is not fantastic. But I'll try to stick with you a little bit longer. Because of how important this story is Gandhi is revered in many parts of the world does apparently in an icon. Are you saying that Malawians don't need to celebrate Gundy? I don't think that's necessarily the argument. By my clients, say my clients that he can be thirty. But then. On icon. Do things that those icons deserve to be celebrated are gonna say, thank you very much, Mr. nicely. Sawyer was a lawyer for the Gandhi must four campaign group. It's not a fantastic line. But we needed to bring you up to speed with what was going on..
"conference center" Discussed on This Week In Voice
"This is this is about as easy as it can be now and you know that we're those types of conversations happen rather than everybody as a collective unit commiserating on how miserable it is i i hope that we we get to that point sooner rather than later nate and laurie i greatly appreciate y'all time today you generously sharing not just time but your insight it's well appreciate it all right bill problem my pleasure thanks bradley tuesday august seventh harvard medical school martin conference center the voice of healthcare summit incredible one day lineup of expertise and insight and knowledge in this growing area this is a very unique event that we're doing and there's been a lot of excitement around it and and nature lor laurie or la both will be there in addition to boston children's hospital in addition to cigna in addition to emmy solutions which was purchased by wolters kluwer health and several other speakers well boy spot that day i will be there dr terry fisher who leads the podcast lexin candida out of bank hoover will be there just to this exciting array of soaks with incredible knowledge so if you're interested in that we encourage you to go to www bad v as in victor h summit dot com and it's linked in the show as well for this weekend voice season two episode eighteen special edition the voice of healthcare summit thank you for listening and until next time.
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"Three national conference centers of the presbyterian church so this is this is big time presbyterian because you're one of the owners of ghost ranch now we have an end i'm not sure you a in place to be all right so tonight at harry's church the first presbyterian reverend atwood will be speaking tomorrow it's just me a conversation qna copied some cinnamon rolls come by and you know just talk just talk we need to talk to each other we do need to talk and the and the topic is gun violence and reverend outward has been working on this for many many years he's also won the david steel distinguish writer ward by the presbyterian writers guilt you wrote a book called governmentalism tell us about that the book is titled gun to mental ism and where it is taking america i go gun to mental ism a a religious ideological cult which uses religion to sell guns and to say that a loving god wants all of its people armed i don't agree with that but the gun to medalists do they see the second amendment as something that's unrestricted and unregulated contrary to the supreme court's decision in two thousand eight which spoke of the of the rights of the citizens to place limitations and restrictions on on firearms i mean one of the phrases that begun to medalists liked to us is.
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"conference center" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM
"A dinner for talk radio hosts you too bringing talk radio hosts from all around the country and had a great conversation about issues having to do with cronyism in fact i'm going to turn up the microphone joined today with me next to me helping to produce a show is my good friend jerry rogers jerry how are you a andrew so let me painter let me painter work picture here we are we are so this is national harbor if you've never been to the gaylord national harbor is a gorgeous gorgeous hotel overlooking the potomac radio row media road you could hear the crowd behind me probably radio row is uh on on the third floor of this hotel in the conference center and there are outlets from all over the world frankly but we are at the intersection of of the the how radio were radio kind of john soft to the left we are sandwiched between nra tv our good friends at nra news and then other good folks at salem uh so we are here in a in a prominent i would say problem location would you agree geroge's literally at the crossroads literally at the crossroads and actually looking right now in our good friend dan bongino our old old hand maryland politics now doing some work with nra tv of these days dan is right there and i am and that's all wanna go through so we have a a great show we want to we want to start off with of course the biggest topic of the day which of course is is guns and gun issues firearms and so we given what the president was just talking about a given the town hall last night on cnn which i think we're going to get into a little bit here on the show the first two guests we're going to have today are john watts who we referenced on the show before uh john lewis is of course the offer of more guns less crime going down this road of really talking about why why this new this idea that we're going to not only that we're going to lessen access to guns in america is not going to solve this problem but wall while at the same time making it harder for citizens to get lawful firearms can make problems of violence worse so we're gonna talk with john about that and then we're going to.
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"conference center" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
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"conference center" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Signed and have your voice heard as they aren't today when to have the opportunity to offer mimics to the conference report senator we are going to continue this sum that's regular order report all due respect that is regular order center you're out of order we're gonna respect each other mr bartle i'm not the only one here radical order and keep the uh thank you chairman brady chairman hatch shell members of the conference committee of the staff the joint committee on taxation his prepared to documents to assist you in reviewing the two bills that are the subject of this conference center tax cuts in jobs act the two documents are x 64 and jc ex sixty five the former provides a textual walk through a uh similarities and differences in the two bills and the latter is a revenue tabled a comparison a sidebyside fashioned the provision of the to a of the respective legislation uh the legislation substantial make so many changes in terms of the taxation of individuals taxation taxation of business income and not changes are uh taxation of income earned from investments abroad all a try to be brief but as i noted it is substantial so i'll probably longer than know what i've uh presented material before the two respective committees i'll start with the individual income tax and i'll try and highlights some similarities and noted differences and the general structure of the two uh two bills one overriding a difference between uh the legislation passed by the house in legislation passed by the senate is that as a general matter most provisions of the individual title of the senate legislation expire after calendaryear 20 25 uh both bills repeal the personal exemption both bills a nearly double the standard deduction in terms of tax rates for the individual income tax structure the house provides four rates ranging from a low rate of twenty of twelve percent to a top rate of thirty nine point.
"conference center" Discussed on 1340 Big Talker
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