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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:47 min | 2 weeks ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"20 eights are 8 28 707 100 u W to the last caller who played the never played the game card. I'm looking at a piece titled How The Ivy League took Over Major League Baseball Front offices. And this is AH is about two years old, so not updated, but as it points out in the piece Ah, let's give you the numbers here to be precise. Nearly half of Major League Baseball 14 teams haven't ideally graduate as either general manager or president of baseball operations. The way the game is gone from an analytic standpoint, as I scroll down that list I see general managers and director of baseball operations as graduates from looking at this list. Cornell, Cornell, Dartmouth, Dartmouth, Harvard, Harvard, Harvard, however word Harvard, Harvard, another Harvard Pen, Princeton, Princeton, another Princeton and Yale, Theo Epstein from yields a fascinating read on the way the game has changed, evolved over the years with With the analytics on the expansion of understanding of the game when we come back Ah, this will be a sprint to the finish line, but the debate is coming up top of the hour. You're going to hear that here on 700 wlw. I would be curious in the circles you run in with your friends. Is there a Cincinnati sports debate that gets heated? Is there a Cincinnati sports debate or argument that you you will plant your flag on the hill? You will die on that You believe you are right when it comes to a Cincinnati sports debate. I'll give you a list as we continue and I'll give you a phone line. 5137491 7800 the big £1.700 t It's Arnell Carrier Sportstalk. Presented by Kelsey Chevrolet 700 WLW. News, traffic and Weather News Radio 700 w ell delegate Cincinnati Henson Harris face off in Utah with the 8 30 report. I'm Sean Gallagher breaking now. It is the only time the two vice presidential candidates will meet for a debate this election season as Thie Corona virus pandemic now responsible for over 211,000 deaths in the U. S alone and over 7.5 million cases, is expected to be a major topic. Especially his vice president, Mike Pence, has been leading the White House's task Force Response. The latest from ABC News, Your Voice your vote. Vice presidential debate in Salt Lake City, Utah. Vice President Mike Pence. Senator Kamala Harris on Covad. ABC is Mary Bruce Spence is expected tonight to argue that they have done everything they could to tackle this crisis. While Harris, a former prosecutor known for her fierce cross examination is going to make the case that they have failed the American people ABC, Zoran Show, according to a recent CNN poll..

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:51 min | Last month

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"He's September Ryan, Fitzpatrick last night leading the dolphins over the jags and it was pretty impressive there. That was one of those performances that you go to couldn't do that. Ryan Fitzpatrick had a spectacular game. He caught a pass runs for a touchdown throws a couple of touchdown passes completes ninety percent of his passes. He is Mr September. Yes. mclovin you can't say he caught a pass he threw it in the defensive lineman added right back to them. Did accounts a catch. Nick foles in the Super Bowl writing the special it's not but he did catch a pass. Okay. This see this goes back to you went to Dartmouth Harvard. This is ivy on Ivy League crime at Hulu. I looked like through it Ivy League school he does not. Now if you look at what he looked like when he first came into the League, he looked like he went to Harvard now. Out of I don't aware of like what school it looks like a Univer- University of Hawaii maybe yes polly two, thousand eighteen Dan Guess. Who is a player of the week for the NFC on offense? The first two weeks of the season it'd be fichman a giant Fitzpatrick Mr. September. September numbers. I wonder if he like who is the greatest September quarterback in recent memory chase Daniel's the greatest August quarterback sees the greatest preseason quarterback I think of all time. Do. You think he sits around like when he's an old man chase Daniel and goes come here. Grandkids I'm GonNa tell you about how great I was in August. But but. GRANDPA. A game start in September I know but I was really good in August. He's got this huge house because he's made all this money being a backup quarterback huge pool and he's telling you about how he was Mr August. Yes. mclovin. That's when you earn money. He's sitting on a throne of money telling his grandkids. And Ryan Fitzpatrick got paid. I mean he's he's made money. But. Ryan. Fitzpatrick, now on where he's got the floral print shirt, he had the old school, the retro. Dita's on. Chest hair flight flowing out of there like the Ivy at Wrigley yes. He just found this amazing amount of swagger like Dang and he's got to. He's got it. There's there's something about him when I don't think he takes it too seriously and he's playing well, he knows that he's not going to be the quarterback for the dolphins next year. At least a starting quarterback. All right what kind of questions do you have? Well, this one is piping hot in whose career would you rather have? Ryan Fitzpatrick Seventy one, million in the bank hundred, forty, two starts to under fourteen or Jay Cutler One, hundred, twenty, two, million, one, hundred, and fifty, three starts two, hundred, twenty, seven..

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:56 min | Last month

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The Home Depot. How doers get more done. If it's magic, he's Mr September. Ryan Fitzpatrick last night leading the Dolphins over the Jags, and it was pretty impressive there. That was one of those performances that you go to a couldn't do that. Ryan Fitzpatrick had a spectacular game. Caught a pass runs for a touchdown throws. A couple of touchdown passes completes 90% of his passes. He is Mr September. Yes, MMA club. You can't say you caught a pass. He threw it in the defense of lime and bad id her right back to him. Didn't count. It's a catch, like Nick Foles in the Super Bowl writing. No, it's not. But he did catch a pass, Okay? This. See this goes back to you went to Dartmouth, Harvard. This is Ivy on Ivy League crime at who I look like I went to an Ivy League school. He does not. Now, if you look at what he looked like when he first came into the league, he looked like he went to Harvard. Now. I don't know where. Like what school? He looks like, you know, University of Hawaii. Maybe. Yes, 2018. Dan. Guess who was the player of the week for the NFC on offense. The first two weeks of the season be Fitch Managed. Ryan Fitzpatrick is Mr September. What are his September numbers? I wonder if he like who is the greatest September quarterback? In recent memory. Chase Daniels the greatest August quarterback. Yes, he's the greatest preseason quarterback, I think of all time. Do you think he sits around like when he's an old man? Case? Daniel goes. Come here. Grand kids. I'm going to tell you about how great I was in August. But Grandpa the game start in September. I know, but I was really good in August. He's got this huge house because he's made all this money being a backup quarterback, huge pool and he's telling you about how he was Mr. August. Yes, make love. That's when you earn money. He's sitting on a throne of money telling his grandkids. And Ryan Fitzpatrick. Scott paid I mean, he's he's made money. But Ryan Fitzpatrick now where he's got the the floral print shirt. He had the old school of the retro Adidas on chest hair fly flowing out of there. Like the ivy at Wrigley. Yes, He just found this amazing amount of swagger like Dang And he's got this dude. Yeah, he's got it. There's just something about him one. I don't think he takes it too seriously, and he's playing well. He knows that he's not going to be the quarterback for the Dolphins next year. At least a starting quarterback. All right. What kind of pull questions do you have around this one is it's piping hot. And whose career would you rather have Ryan Fitzpatrick 71 million in the bank under 42 starts to under 14 titties or Jay Cutler. 122,000,153 starts 227 TD's You got the expectations of Cutler never being met, or Ryan Fitzpatrick exceeding expectations. I think I would rather be Ryan Fitzpatrick. I think he's he's well liked. Jay Cutler is not Vanderbilts, the harbor, Harvard of the South, Right? Yeah, the expectation level for Cutler. Was sky high. You know, I might be right. I think Ryan Fitzpatrick has had moments. Jay Cutler hasn't had those moments where People are talking about your performance like a standalone performance, like Ryan Fitzpatrick has The fact that he has played on six different teams that have paid Jacksonville like you have to have a certain level of talent to be on six teams to play and start on six teams. And then you're beating the Jacksonville Jaguars. I don't know if anybody comes close to that record. Is there a quarterback who's played for at least six teams, defeating one particular opponent? Yeah, it's Patrick and Cutler. Their stance on was exact. It's like 215 touchdowns for Fitzpatrick to 27 for Cutler 68,000 yards by about November, He'll catch Jay Cutler for career stats. Yes. But is being Maura liked by people worth $50 million. I don't know that it is. I'll take the extra 50 mil in the bank and OK, mate. See you later be on my yacht. But it looks like Ryan Fitzpatrick is having more fun like Jay Cutler never looks like he's having fun. Even with 50 more million dollars. It doesn't look like he's having fun. He didn't have to look like he's having fun. Maybe talk to his ex wife about that. Yes, McClement. Fitzpatrick did play in a lot of Florida, Texas, You know, state tax he probably catch. Thank you. Thank you yesterday, and no one ever accused Fitzpatrick of being aloof with disinterested and not caring. What's going on during the course of the game he's got, you know, the passion and the beard and everything every time you look kind of like I threw an interception. Maybe he catches it maybe doesn't If he starts dating Kristen Cavalleri, then Yeah, no, he's but he's married. In fact, I think, he said in his post game press conference. He's like a look. Soak this in, but I'm taken. I'm married. Will be calling for two and probably three weeks, though, of course in Miami opponent. It was funny as they go to break. I think Ryan Fitzpatrick tearing it up 11 for 11. The Miami Dolphins are a probable they go to break its A to a commercial to attack go via lo, a commercial for like Gillette or something like that. So the starting quarterback for the Miami Dolphins has no commercials running. They're in the game at the back of quarterback does. Do you think somebody bought that knowing that week 32. It will probably be in there, so we're gonna have going it's like when they they buy. Who's our quarterback of the Cleveland Browns? Baker Mayfield. Hey, we're going to buy all that ad time..

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:44 min | 6 months ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Support local businesses that are taking a financial hit definitely our priority is supporting those fifteen ways given the stay at home restrictions early says they've also donated to the theater young community center in Greensburg where he grew up he says he's not looking for recognition summing it up like this not only rewarding but it's just the right thing to do thank you Alan WCBS newsradio eight eighty Jessica and the Cole Alexander some choices to make while stuck at home during this pandemic the fraternal twin sisters from Clifton New Jersey they were accepted into Dartmouth Harvard Princeton and the university of Pennsylvania and Yale they're all six and it will they say they will it down to two at this point of the Ivy League schools but have not said which ones and both say they're open to going to different schools well the commitment deadline is Friday well outside of anyone around outside around twelve twenty Tuesday run Newark New York City Long Island surrounding areas don't freak out at the side of fighter jets flying over is not an emergency clap though because it'll be for health care workers police fire EMS and other essential workers right now the US Air Force Thunderbirds and the U. S. navy blue angels they're doing flyovers to salute these workers and they say the flight path will be around George Washington bridge Newark over the Manhattan Brooklyn queens Long Island Bronx White Plains out this a law that's about thirty thirty five minutes and then they will do the same thing down in Philadelphia an hour later we'll pause now get to some money news here in a couple of minutes at sprint.

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

10:59 min | 1 year ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Dan Patrick for more information or we tailgating. At Yankee Hanky stadium for Princeton Against Dartmouth. Something came up last night. We got a special no from eighty of Columbia suggesting that we do a double header. He will get us a suite with beer at Columbia Harvard. Throw out the record books and then across the street within like two miles Yankee stadium for Dartmouth Princeton so we catch part of Columbia Harvard. And then we go to Yankee stadium so I got the first half covered Dartmouth Harvard. I'm not in great standing in the darkness community community. But I'll try and see if I get past that even though you graduated from there. Yeah yeah they they. They like when people give money after they leave. All I know I know I I love at the University of Dayton. But you're not getting any money from me. You gave me all your money to others. I'm not giving any more money to the University of Dayton. All six and my brothers and sisters went there. That's enough enough money for you and my dad worked on campus. That's enough but can you tailgate a Yankee Stadium. That doesn't sound like a traditional it's not like the SEC. I don't know what you do you that but all you need is one tailgate. Like I don't need a group tailgate. It would be just uh tailgating or maybe we could go to you just pub right around the corner from Yankee Stadium. Well Yeah like you do it Yankees game. That makes us. We could do that. Yeah pull at Dan. You'RE GONNA have to change the wardrobe yet address Ivy League for an Ivy. I believe tailgate and Monte Corduroy maybe some tweed right some lots of plaid plaid everything get yourself some duck boots start going that direction and then you'll just slide right in in their on second thought. Maybe I don't know if I don't WANNA I don't WanNa go out and get a wardrobe. I I got eighteen plaid shirts on you. Yeah Yeah but that's a big game. Princeton Dartmouth to undefeated yet notice at Yankee Stadium. I like I went to a Columbia game last year. Sure and it's a Lotta Fun there. I mean those games are you can walk down on the field and walk all around like there's not assigned seats that's kind can actually play. You probably could but but I remember the last time I went to Columbia game I think is when they lost their forty fourth or fifth game in a row and this was back in the eighties and it was one of the first dates I ever had with my now wife. I took her to a Columbia football game because I had to do a story on Columbia and they lost is that game and I remember plenty still available and and I've always you know I i. I don't root against anybody. There's certain schools that you root for four. Because they went through an awful lot northwestern went through this for a long time. I think did Columbia. Beat northwestern's losing streak did northwestern lose like forty four games in a row forty-three yeah and then Columbia came and top that so when northwestern went to the Rose Bowl you know I was. I was happy to see that. That in Columbia they. They were good people when we went there and they understood. Hey we're getting we're down and we're getting kicked Butt Yarmuk love. You took your wife on a date to a game amy recovering. Did I read that correctly. Yeah Yeah I mean. I didn't have a lot of money back then so like the press box spread was the dinner. They're kind of kind of. Is this fly going to be here all mclovin did you have one. Is this fly from your side. You left your door open at the break. I know he's over here now and he was over by you about ten minutes ago. I let's come up with a poll question here by the way a Dante Enzo had seventeen last night in some garbage time for the Milwaukee Bucks and it's Josh Jackson not not Josh Johnson for the Phoenix Suns. That's the former Kansas guy. Six Kid can't shoot. I think he might be injured. Although even when he's healthy still can't shoot this Devon Booker. I know we're laughing about. MVP chance but his Devon Devon Booker seems like a real all-star czar least last. Somebody's agreed score. I mean that's that isn't changed. He's he's a wonderful score but not winning. MVP is he a good enough enough guy to build around those or is team won. We should watch pretty closely. They're five and two. Well I know maybe we'll regroup at the all star break and look at the Phoenix Suns. It at least they feel competitor. They're winning without Deandra Aden which is strange because he was suspended for what. Twenty Five Games but PHOENIX mclondon if I give you. This is just a Dan. Patrick actor Paul. You can cheer for one team the recipes in Sacramento Phoenix. Who Do you got Sacramento? You won't like William I can't I can't I don't know why by the umbilical cord is still there with the Sacramento Kings. Because I keep thinking if they get like four more guys from Kentucky that you know maybe eventually and then they get Calipari Perry then maybe they they changed the blue and the Sacramento uniform. A little bit more like Kentucky Blue and then they become decent now. I don't know maybe I'm asking a little too much there. I was looking at the giants here. The problems so they didn't score inside the ten. After the game opening interception one touchdown down five red zone chances. And that's pretty much the story the game you get into Dallas territory. Run blocking for Barkley was not good. He had fourteen carries twenty eight yards. Daniel Daniel Jones sacked five times demarcus lawrence look great but you know Jones who's leading rusher and that's not by design six carries fifty four yards. And you know the big highlight Golden State had a brilliant one handed catch but no these are the giants and the giants giants got to Winston. There's a reason for that. Yes paulie if you take away the first quarter at the cowboys looked really good or my overstating it because they play the Joe. I think once again I've said from the beginning. I really liked the cowboys this year and I think second half of the season now they got four big games coming up here and what are they five. Even three you got New England. You've got the eagles. You've got the Vikings and you got. WHO's the other Detroit? The Eagles is late in the year. They they play for the title and Week Sixteen. Okay maybe so. Who are the four games coming up okay but but you know this is a team that you know probably GonNa have eleven wins day? Coast the Vikings then they go to the lions which will be tricky to the Patriots and then they Host the bills. Okay on bills okay. So if you're going to and to you got three and one out of that you're signing up and saying absolutely and you stay undefeated in the division. That's the key and Philadelphia losing to Shawn Jackson and I don't I don't know who Philadelphia is right now. I Know Dallas is I do not know who Philadelphia is week to week but you know for the most part I know who Dallas is except for the game against the jets so if we were going to say you got one percent chance of going to the Super Bowl in the NFC Paulie present the teams in an all decide if they have at least one one percent chance of going to the Super Bowl get rid of some of the bad teams Washington Redskins Chicago bears. There's a one one percent chance begrudgingly. Yeah yeah well. I don't. I don't know if I as a bears fan. I don't think I give them a one percent chance but you can't say how many times do we implore this audience to not go. You have no chance but it's not like they're if they bring in Chase Daniels Got Carson wentz to Nick fol their record now. Three and four and five lost lost four in a row and that division they have an uphill Detroit lose green bay lose in Minnesota lose. Santa's a chance breath. I'm going to say there's a chance but very if you gave me a half percent then I'd take the half percent not Detroit lions. I'll say one percent maybe two compared to the bears. I'M GONNA say they're about the same because of the play calling there at the end of the game where I went. What the hell are you doing? Vikings yes packers yes. New York giants no zero percent zero any argument. No they're they're terrible Philadelphia Eagles. Yeah what percentage after. You're very down on the eagles. I think well because they you know the injuries. They didn't make trades trades that I thought that they were trying to or could have. And now you lose to Sean Jackson. I think Dallas is a better team but yeah I'd give them you know like a ten percent chance. Can I intercede on the I mean if Carson wentz healthy. They're always in that. Mix the game that he plays. Yeah they're not like they were two years ago but he makes enough plays and make them dangerous right. You got some of their. Yeah Yeah I mean they do have weapons they just you know. They've had some really tough injuries. Certainly on the Defensive Line Carolina Panthers at five and three. I'm going to say yes. begrudgingly have five wins. They have five wins. And you don't actually you think there's a chance you're just giving them a one percent right. which is the bare minimum? Yes and a five hundred team Tampa. Bay buccaneers attuned six. No Atlanta Falcons wanted some no Los Angeles Rams at five and three and they've got Seattle and San Francisco ahead of them individually. But I think that they're going to be hard pressed to make the playoffs. But but I do think that they have the capability. If they get there that they can. They can be dangerous like they were. Here's one for more more dangerous playoff team if they both made the playoffs seahawks or the rams because I know you're not big on the seahawks overall while the seahawks defense is what concerns me the the rams defense I'm still not it's not as formidable. I don't think it was last year. You got the Todd Gurley situation on offense. I don't know if Jared Goff has gotten better or this year cuper cop has been great. Aaron Donald in by his admission hasn't been dominating so I I would take Seattle. Then that might be just because Wilson is playing at such a high level. Yup Oh you always joke about how the Games are so close. They have seven wins this this year. They're seven and two. They've outsource their opponents by a total of eighteen points. Seventy two and a lot of that goes into coaching but also goes into the quarterback that you win in close games all right. Who else do you have? Sam Forty niners of course Arizona cardinals three five and one no none chant no chance. Oh Yeah I totally agree with that. Not even one percent no no no no not in.

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

12:44 min | 1 year ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Probably Science

"Good two hundred miles from New York City or NYU is Cornell. Medical School is in your is in Manhattan amazing that two hundred miles away distinct still down. I mean that's how bad they was athletic. It isn't possible because my mother was was a free thinker. Physicists physicists assists which is of course a very male environment so she had a lot of boyfriends so maybe boyfriend guy no. It was definitely not a cornell guy that taught her. That's all like once not cross what's across the water if it goes across the water college which is more like these are Ah Eight of them Brown corner around Dartmouth Harvard Penn Princeton Yale. Did I say Dartmouth probably probably do you know what's crazy is that that list came off really really quickly whereas the seven signs of life we were all sitting there going what Stanford one would have no. It's not like a that doesn't just mean good schools. It's an actual conference of covered in Ivy sure and Cornell they just they just put up the new. US News and World Report and I shouldn't even look at that but like where the lowest ranked but it's the best wine appreciate the sure yeah. No tell pot like it's also like Elmira at this age. It's such a dumb thing that degree that you never use but also the briefly with all of the glass of the fact that people get worked up with like college rankings and stuff. It's like we're from person to person the best college for you would be so dependent on who you are as a person in what she want as opposed to this dumb like aspirational school rankings right yeah yeah you know that's what everyone at. Cambridge tells everyone else in the UK as well just depends on you doesn't spend on 'em. What's best for you so you did. You did a 'cause. We jumped way ahead. You did a medical degree. No I did a pathologist so your pathology was your original so my orig- my bachelor's was in something called experimental pathology where I also in the end did a final project on what I then did my phd on so but experimental pathology was for the first couple of years you just doing biology in the basics of all of that and and then you specialize into pathology itself as a pathology department in every hospital and that's where you test all the tissues the blood samples in the Pu samples and I didn't realize it in my head pathology when I was younger pathology to meet just meant like autopsies and dead bodies yeah and it's horrific pathology and it took a while to realize that I can't remember what point I learned. The pathology is also just the people who look at the cell cultures from samples and stuff up so physiology is the study of the body and how it works or a system and how it works and pathology. She is when that system goes wrong so that covers all of that so so a pathology department in a hospital very simply looks at the blood and that makes sense because then pathology the more general metaphorical sense in which is used the pathology of a disaster other pathology. Give some system. It's a system goes wrong and so an experiment pathology is therefore looking at the micro biology that in in a lab so the experimental bit at the beginning of the title meant that you would take a path into academia and actually do research and look into diseases diseases and then I because I was into viruses specialized in viruses at Undergrad level and then off the back of that project got got offered the PhD to continue the work and you did a master's in between Undergrad and not the masters after kind of for fun okay. I had a baby be and I got bored at home and I was like I need like I just felt like my brain was atrophying. Nuku or masters. Yes yes you you know oh it was it was a year and a half it was it was fun in that. I did that forensics okay because the 'cause the other thing I loved as a teenager was forensic pathology. Would you like you know dead bodies and all that so I was really into. Do you have any turns out kind of things you want to drop on us when it comes to forensics because we we've had a forensic pathologist on the show ones ooh really turns. Here's my here's my close call so when I was doing the forensic degree right at the end I was doing consultancy with city of London police an analyzing different forensic collection methods that they were using so as part of that project I would visit different constabularies and spend the day with them and see how they recorded crime so do a ride along essentially and I went down to the white I was I was I was scheduled on the day the other white and to get to the white you have to do you take a train all the way down to Southampton and then you need to get on a ferry and go across to the island and got met by the chief of police and he said to to me and bear in mind I was obsessed with forensic pathologist a teenager and viruses and all the rest of it and he had got off and he said we had a choice of two crime scenes a barn break break in and a body on the beach because you're a woman. I figured you didn't want the body on the beach so I've taken the barn one and I just went. You've I came all this way breaking. Ah come all this way to like. Look at some tool marks on the door and take a footprint offer door okay yeah. There's there's thirteen people on the Iowa. She's going. You don't even need me for this. We don't like we don't have to do the forensics for this. We just need to go. Where was everybody nine o'clock. Where was JIM must've been Jim mm-hmm. I see who has an extra lawnmower this morning. Yeah that's really and so that was that was my near-miss now. The body on the beach would have been in the problem is that they have to investigate everybody on the beach but they do actually get a lot of bodies on the beach on the white because they do a lot of C- burials off the south coast and a lot of the companies. Don't do it properly properly as curtain. Oh they do they do you. Can you know people. WanNa get very to see and so there are companies that will take on the boat and you do the funeral on the boat and then they they you know they generally lower the deceased into the water but if you don't way the body down properly will wash up on the I look up in the middle of the festival so you're on the beach but the thing is is that when he the the other flipside of that is that is that when you come across the body on the beach that's been wrapped up and way too down however inappropriately. It doesn't look kosher so you still have to investigate it just in case the mafia has also decided to give someone a C. Barrio. It hasn't done it properly and hasn't hasn't but there is there is a protocol. There is a procedure that you're supposed to follow for like there is a standardized guessing kind of bag or box in kind of way to wait a body and some just aren't doing it correctly or what is the standard way to do a burial approved and isn't GonNa scare. I think the I think it is to make sure that it's up to tie it properly weight down because as the body decays of course if if you haven't tight you know like if you've wrapped them in a sheet for example and then tighten the weight to the sheep. I believe there's this. The body can go different directions within a company. Who's just making this waited bodybags. You can't mess it up if you're in one of these Acme brand body weight the body but I'm saying like there should be a system for all it should but I'm guessing it's not like everyone everyone bring to pockets pebbles probably say they're just wondering what the standardized going. How how friends friends than enough to selling only go by the casket you you insert your pebble. Maybe if you respect respect them you'll insert the pebble and if you don't it's like attendee has pockets full of pebbles probably couple pound. You know the don't go in the water with the body. They stay on the boat. I felt they would stay on the boat and walked past the thing. It's not like a wedding where you throw rice like chocolate pebbles side. That's Jewish funerals. You leave a little stone rather than a flower. The graveside do really yes true Oh. I don't know what you're expressing the joke. Oh No that's that's true. I think it is because rocks are eternal whereas flowers flowers short-lived so this is I think is meant to symbolize eternal life. A stone is round and lives and survives but stone never lived in the first place by the several exists or exists in tunnel okay. I believe I believe that is something to do with that. Is something that technically. The flour exists forever. I just indifference. They will say yeah. Energy is never created destroyed mealy changed. I learned that in interstellar which about that's the one where love goes between the universes on the bookcase yeah. That's what we're we're Kinda. He goes inside a black hole and then not but it was based on a story written by originally was this some good personally Gassama or call Sagan did he goes writers to Sega have a hand in original story and then someone really good as well consulted assaulted on it and I'm trying to remember exactly who it was but it was yeah it was a ferry. They added the law. Highly esteemed physicist was involved in consulting begins correcting the story someone we had on the show me. No I think it was someone who has worked all like being the boss of the boss of people. We've PAT on the show. I think it might be one of the I think might be one of the main. Lego guys okay. These are impossible to depict on screen. It's just funny when it just just ends up being this if you have a bunch of different libraries and that's the same as beyond three dimensions now they're all still in this three. Mitchell space but anyway we were talking about so seriously recently. Though what is your do you know the way. You're supposed to wait down a body bank. Is it just that it's in a well sealed plastic bag and within that bag there are literally really like weights or they're not in the casket of some kind that is also more impenetrable than we'll know. This is what I'm saying is that I would have known that knowledge had not not judge me to be a girly girl who knows so what I can tell you how to secure barn but I can't tell you how to wait down a body properly in a C- barrel there is a proper way and a lot of the companies just bit Rogan. Don't do it properly so there is a way I really WanNa know what that is. Now so call Sagan had poss- involvement in interstellar sorry to jump back Kip Thorne. Thaw was the main person who helped who was part of the Nobel winner yet. He was one of the yeah he won the Nobel winners for the like. He's one of the three main aimed founding people at the LEGO project got jump back to a couple of episodes that we've done on blog over the years with various other people who worked on to keep John he was one of the people who helped discover gravity waves basically and he came up or co who wrote the story for interstellar and pitched it to the producer who was with the Nolan's. I take it all back. It's a brilliant brilliant correct scientifically correct. Oh yeah they all are aren't they. They're all scientifically correct. We can't pick holes in any of them. So what was your master's thesis especially on the Master's thesis in the end was it ended up being because I already had the PhD when I arrived and I was I I arrived at City of London and the guy just said look. Could you help us recommend this particular software and I said well I'll have a look and so I ended up doing cross comparison 'cause 'cause in the UK. There's not a they're not unified as to how they record data from crime scenes which makes passing data between Constabularies Tabular is quite difficult and we've had some issues that were someone's committed a crime in one region and then you know. I suppose they must have that in the US. We're one st and you move to another state. There's no communication education or ability to just transfer that information passes and you miss yes so because of my bioinformatics background and computing background. Iran ah across comparison and then looked at the options and said here are the options of what you could be doing instead and trying to convince your neighbors to do the same so it ended up being like like a data project rather than a forensic before that I did a big project on Fred and Rosemary West..

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Yes. Rust grant lease rants. Yes. A combination of pies that have to come together no institution at Yale. Dartmouth harvard. None of them funded by that they live off there. Accounts that they have set aside. Lum's challenged community. We'll come back break. Why would be a great investment at this particular time one makes you some of the students because students. Just really and talk about the process because we get ready to go into another school year. Young person is making the decision as to where they're going to go to school. Yeah. We'll come back. We want you to tell them. Why Mars Brown would be an option one? I do. Again. I've studio is Dr Kevin James. He's the interim president of Moore's Brown college. All the motto. My other mother my home away from home and. Tell you why you need to be concerned. I tell people even when I when I go to speak. Eighteen eighty one you look at other schools in spelled on eighteen eighty one more house. People came out of chattel. Slavery has not trying to build. No, malls, not trying to get no, drip. They came trying to make sure that we were properly educating young boys and girls, and if we have deter from that in two thousand nineteen it is to payroll. We don't need any less institutions. We need more of them teaching at higher level four eight nine two seven zero three four four eight nine two two seven zero three of your Mark. The Moore's.

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

Stories I Tell on Dates

05:23 min | 2 years ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Stories I Tell on Dates

"Me. Well, Tim Floyd was writing to me. I was tearing up high school basketball courts all over northeast Kansas, fueled in no small part by all those rejections. Sometimes during my senior year, I'd only score twenty, but a lot of the time I scored thirty an accomplishment made all the more difficult. Thanks to the zones, the double teams and boxes, and ones that were engineered by opposing small town coaches by season's end average twenty five points and twelve rebounds shooting a nearly unbelievable seventy percent from field while also blocking four shots every game leading the state in both categories and we were winning. We had a coach who encouraged us to raise up and down the court. A point guard jed Traxler who transferred to our school before junior year who could throw me in alley youth and a three point shooter to take the pressure off the inside together. We took our tiny high school to the state tournament for the first time in school history. Surely. Someone would notice all of that. I thought. And so they did the university of Missouri, Kansas City you KC was interested. So was Wichita state and Drake university into Moines better, but still not the place I wanted? Sure. I'd written those letters to schools all over the country, but I hadn't given up hope on Kansas by March. Most of the high school seniors who are going to play college basketball, the following autumn had already signed their letters of intent or about to like a sophomore girl who's three months pregnant. I need to make a decision. So after we lost by seven, in the first round of the state tournament, I visited Dartmouth Harvard, the university of Vermont and the university of North Dakota at Dartmouth. I saw my first real party and I thought maybe Hanover was the right place for me, but then I came home and we figured out that my parents would have to pay fifteen thousand dollars a year for me to go to keggers with rich white people. Harvard was expensive to, of course, but it was Harvard or so said our families resident, Harvard grad, my uncle, Tom in Vermont, the coach told me he thought I could be a Rhodes scholar and at North Dakota, true to form coast k. made the competition. Look clownish, Lee, incompetent. My hotel room was filled with green and white balloons when I got to the gym on the scoreboard above a message. Read welcome Paul to the home of your future dunks. Here I was wanted. Here I would succeed here. I would probably become the team star, but at a division two school. After the visit, I told coach k. how much I appreciate it. Everything he'd done in that I'd miss him in the models. But the thing was one way or another. I was going to play division one basketball. He was disappointed. He told me, but he wasn't surprised. I might even be able to help. He said. Before taking a job at the university of North Dakota coach k. had been in assistant at Iowa State. When I told him to buzz off, he called Iowa State head coach, Tim Floyd, and told him about this kid, and no one knew about, but he thought was good enough to play in the big twelve, the sports conference that had just been formed by all the former members of the big eight and a half. The members of the southwestern conference Floyd had just given away his last scholarship. He had an idea though one of his former assistants was at southern Mississippi. Why didn't he put us in touch the next day I took a call in the high school library. It was the head coach, southern miss offering a scholarship. This was a little more like it a few days later I heard from the head coach at Davidson college in North Carolina. He was willing to fly to Kansas to watch me work out soon. After his visit, I went to Charlotte to walk the campus at Davidson, the smallest division one school in the United States, and the only one that's still did all of its students. Laundry. Then when I got back from North Carolina, two pieces of news, we're waiting after a little research. My mother had learned that it I was state status as a national merit finalist was worth a full academic scholarship. She'd gotten back in touch with the basketball office and Tim Floyd had started paying attention again if I wanted. I could come to Ames on that academic scholarship and play for the team. Technically, I would be a walk on a non athletic scholarship player, but Floyd promise not to tell anyone, but I was state would have to wait because the other piece of news was that Matt Doherty had called ROY Williams wanted me to come to Lawrence to talk. The night before the big day, I conjured various dream scenarios all of which involved roaring Allen Fieldhouse crowds Raef lafrentz than the jayhawks starting power forward high fiving the after Lael. Paul Pierce whose I practiced. I'd watched as a high school junior picking me up off the floor after I'd take an charge shock. Wban smiling at me as we both ran back on defense after I'd made a short jumper. In the morning, I put on my best Saint John's bay long-sleeve cursed the pair of Whitehead's that had made an inconvenient appearance overnight and got into the grand Voyager with my parents for the drive to Lawrence.

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"You know, a lot of the president's supporters are giving him grief about tariffs. And ironically, we have breaking news to report that the United States has reached out to China in an effort to resolve the tariff issue on that news, the Dow's up one hundred and sixty seven points down s and p both moving into positive territory, NASDAQ still in negative territory today, though on that news, the Dow as you mentioned up one hundred and sixty five hundred seventy points as we speak from California, apple growers to main lobstermen businesses are joining forces to try to persuade President Trump that tariffs are hurting US industry's. Well, I'll tell you what there's got to be part of the president. Who says look I lowered your damn tax rate from thirty five to twenty one. What else do you want to fight this trade battle? But the fact here's what if this news report coming out of Dow Jones is correct that we. Reached out to the Chinese. Did we blink? He has that look. That's my question. I mean is that a sign of weakness on our part in. What's what's interesting here? We got some data this morning. The producer price index then actually showed a decline month over month in inflation. A key reason for that was because if you took a look at food prices they were down point seven percent for the month. In a big reason there is that a lot of farmers are finding it more challenging to sell internationally in this environment now, and so they have more goods theft sell domestically. And I say, gee, I need to sell it for something. They're losing money. They end up losing money cranberry. Farmers. The the PPI report that we got this morning was very indicative of hey, we have too much stuff to sell and we have nowhere to sell to right now. Trade is an issue. We'll see where it shakes out. But it's it's interesting to see that the United States reaching out to China, Microsoft is planning a massive investment in Canada. I'll tell you one of the reasons that companies are moving more and more. And they're primarily moving to Toronto is in Canada. You can have a kid go to school university of Toronto McGill Kingston a lot of good schools. Yeah. Canada and they're allowed to stay right. You'd have Chinese. Right. Come to school in Canada. And then stay kit from Saudi Arabia, and they're allowed to stay in the United States were stupid. We we bring them in. We let them pay tuition. And then we throw them the heck out after they graduate and their top of their class and technology and you've seen Toronto as this international hub of sorts in Canada over the last couple of decades where it very much has kind of this international field, just because of all the international business that gets done out of there. It's kind of like New York in that. It's a melting pot. Yeah. Yeah. A lot of diversity in the city, Trump nap, so Microsoft, they're going to be spending five hundred and seventy million dollars in building new facilities there more than five hundred full time employees moving in there. And it's gonna be a one hundred and thirty two thousand square foot facility that is going to open in September of twenty twenty. So about two years from now is when this will finally be open, but it's a fairly big move for Microsoft to make this push. Here. It is, you know, China is taking a different approach, and it's. It's interesting to watch with they're doing in response to the trade war. Initially with China did was said, well, we're not sure we're going to allow American companies to invest in China. Now, they've changed course. Because what they've learned is Exxon Mobil, for instance. Right. Big American company has a huge project. I think it's a ten billion dollar project in South, China and Exxon Mobil said well, look if you're going to make our lives miserable. We're not going vest that ten billion dollars in China and China needs that they need -nology. They need it for the events GE, then you just pay their bills, the they need that influx of capital. So China's kind of taken the opposite stand that they initially did which was initially their backs went up. Right. And they said, well, your president is doing this us. So we're gonna do bad things to American companies now they're figuring out. Oh, that might not be the smart thing to do. Well, they're playing kind of two side both sides of the coin on this where they're saying look from a political perspective, we can take a hard line. But hey, individual companies come to us. Yeah. Of course, we'll take the money. You want to we're plenty happy to at this point. So they're looking at it from that perspective. It's you know, the the big thing is a need foreign capital. Don't they they do at this point. They're they're trying to square things wig. And they've been they've been working on this oil contract for a while now and they're starting to get some volume flowing through. There remains to be seen if it's enough to actually, you know, get capital coming in through the want. So they don't have to go in in dollar denominated terms. But it's watch out on this over the next couple of years. What do you make of that China Russia deal? It just tells you they don't want anything to do with the US is trying to stay. But they need American technology. They do until they don't. Yeah. You know, it's a at some point they are building their educational infrastructure. One of the things that you may see over the next twenty years is right now when when you were going to school in prep school, and when you're in college, what percentage of the kids were coming out of China? I'd say probably fifteen to twenty somewhere in that ballpark and a lot of elite schools in the United States, they recruit Asian kids, South Korean kids Chinese kids. Why do they do it because they know those kids are going to pay full tuition if you're at a prep school, you see it if you have a kid that's attending a prep school in New England. You could see as many as I don't know twenty five thirty percent of those kids are going to be Asian kids. And why does there come over? And what's a prep school cost? Now, fifty grand fifty five grand. I'd imagine. Yeah. Somewhere in that ballpark, and they can pay it, and they will pay it. I I'm not sure how much longer that's going to exist. Because what China is doing and has been doing over the last twenty years and will continue to do over the next twenty years is build their own university systems and their own educational systems and part of the again, it comes back to our immigration policy. We throw these kids out they wanna stay every spring. We listed by Asian kids asking if we can if they can come in. Work for us. I'll give you an example. I have a good friend of mine who for how long was must must've been ten years for ten years was dating a woman from India, her visa was going to expire after those ten years, and this was someone who again went to Dartmouth Harvard Medical School. This is not a person one smart cookie. You know, she's kind of got her act together we was going to be gone unless they got married. So finally he had to break down to marry her after ten years to keep her in there. So, but you know, again, this is someone who you know, was about as highly educated as possible and wasn't going to be able to stay here. Just because of how the visa system was set up affective. Remember when Mitt Romney was running for president that was one of his issues, you spent ten years training, someone to be a doctor. And then he say if by the way, go home, it's it's just something that it doesn't make a ton of.

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Morning thank you for joining us i'm roberta just saying at it i'm tom jordan these are the top stories at seven fifty one firefighter has died and another was critically injured in a big gas explosion and fire that leveled several buildings in downtown sun prairie wisconsin authorities say at least six firefighters were injured along with some civilians when a private contractor struck a natural gas main about six thirty yesterday firefighters arrived to investigate the leak they cordoned off the area and then the buildings exploded a short time later raining debris on the downtown area the fire resulting from the explosion ignited some cars parked in the area thai health officials says that use the they use soccer team that was trapped in a cave for eighteen days survived by drinking water that dripped from the ceiling the team lost an average of four pounds and half of them are being prescribed medicine for long infections physically everyone is said to be okay neil greenberg is a psychiatrist and professor at king's college in london he says we don't know yet how these children will respond mentally absolutely some of the might become on well but actually if they have good support and if they managed to get back into being normal children rather than superstars as they seem to be a moment then hopefully most of them will go on and have a perfectly illness free childhood each of the boys ages eleven to sixteen was guided out of the flooded k by a pair of divers through rocky muddy water way passages that in places where no bigger than a crawlspace investigators are blaming speed for last month's roller coaster accident in daytona beach that left a car dangling and cost to riders to fall more than thirty feet state investigators say the roller coaster was going too fast what a derailed on june fourteenth just hours after inspectors allowed to reopen following it extended shutdown the agriculture and consumer services report blames operator error it says it has subpoenaed the odors records the derailment left nine people injured including two that fell more than thirty feet to the ground sandblast a roller coaster was shut down for several months last year due to several safety issues coaster remains closed peter king cbs news orlando group of student missionaries from oakland county who are stranded in haiti have returned home safely here without story is wwe j's charlie langton the supervisor for more intelligent chris barnett who led a group of student missionaries from kensington church posted on his facebook page that he was so happy to be back in the usa he and forty four others from michigan were stranded in haiti since saturday after completing missionary work when the country went into civil unrest forcing the closure of the airport he was able to leave haiti late yesterday afternoon barnett also posted on his facebook page there are many stories to tell but for another day he is tired but safe charlie langton wj newsradio nine if you can't get a movie retin you can't get it finished and that little bit of hollywood reality is creeping into the latest indiana jones saga and keeping it from getting to a theater near you anytime soon disney says the planned fifth installment in the movie franchise indiana jones has been the late again it was originally to be released next summer and then it was pushed back a year and now disney says it won't be ready until twenty twenty one script delays said to be the reason for the day delay last month a new screenwriter was brought on board wwe news time seven fifty three entrance exam essays are going the way of the model t at colleges across the country here cbs news correspondent vicki barker fewer than two dozen now require them princeton and stanford the latest drop the sat and act sat tests following dartmouth harvard and yale the original idea was to show how applicants performed.

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Not spending enough on defense we're gonna have to do something because we're not gonna put up with it the president tore into germany this morning for a pipeline deal at recently struck with a russian owned gas company germany is a captain russia the white house is mr trump will meet later today with german chancellor angela merkel as well as the president of france nato's chief tried to allay the president's concerns about defense spending noting all the allies are now spending more this year than last i'm stephen portnoy at nato headquarters in brussels now with more cbs news here's deborah rodriguez the trump administration is threatening to impose another two hundred billion dollars worth of tariffs on chinese imports cbs's bill rakoff ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to mackerel the move which was expected would escalate a trade war with china last week the us impose twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us imports shaina vows to retaliate again doctors say most of the twelve boys rescued from a cave in thailand are taking antibiotics because of high blood white blood cell count some have lung infections that psychiatrist neil greenberg says eventually they should be five they managed to get back into being normal children rather than cpa styles is they seem to bid a moment then hopefully most of them will go on and have a perfectly illness free childhood trump administration lawyers are expected in court later this week after missing yesterday's deadline to reunite immigrant children under the age of five with their parents aclu lawyer legal learnt went to court on their behalf the judge they crystal clear that these deadlines in his words were not aspirated their hard deadline the administration says thirty eight of one hundred two young children have been reunited entrance exam essays are going the way of the model t at colleges across the country live cbs's vicki barker she within two dozen now require them princeton and stanford the latest to drop the sat and act sat tests following dartmouth harvard and yale the original idea.

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by ziprecruiter i'm stephen portnoy at nato headquarters in brussels where the president's meetings with allied leaders are already off to a rocky start mr trump accuses nato countries of being delinquent not spending enough on defense we're going have to do something because we're not gonna put up with the president tore into germany this morning for a pipeline deal at recently struck with a russian owned gas company germany is a captain over russia the white house says mr trump will meet later today with german chancellor angela merkel as well as the president of france nato's chief tried to allay the president's concerns about defense spending noting all the allies are now spending more this year than last i'm stephen portnoy at nato headquarters in brussels now with more cbs news here's deborah rodriguez the trump administration is threatened to impose another two hundred billion dollars worth of tariffs on chinese imports cbs's bill racal ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to mackerel the move which was expected would escalate a trade war with china last week the us imposed twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us imports china vows to retaliate again doctors say most of the twelve boys rescued from a cave in thailand are taking antibiotics because of high blood white blood cell counts some have lung infections psychiatrist neil greenberg says eventually they should be fine they managed to get back into being normal children cpa styles as they seem to bid a moment then hopefully most of them will go on and have a perfectly illness free childhood trump administration lawyers are expected in court later this week after missing yesterday's deadline to reunite immigrant children under the age of five with their parents aclu lawyer league alerts went to court on their behalf crystal clear that these deadlines in his words were not asked racial hard deadline the administration says thirty eight of one hundred two young children have been reunited entrance exam essays are going the way of the model t at colleges across the country live to cbs's vicki barker fewer than two dozen now require them princeton and stanford the latest to drop the sat and act sat tests following dartmouth harvard and yale the original idea.

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"By dell small business i'm stephen portnoy at nato headquarters in brussels where the president's meetings with allied leaders are already off to a rocky start mr trump accuses nato countries have being delinquent not spending enough on defense to do something because we're not gonna put up with the president tore into germany this morning for a pipeline deal at recently struck with a russian owned gas company germany is a cap do version of the white house is mr trump will meet later today with german chancellor angela merkel as well as the president of france nato's chief tried to allay the president's concerns about defense spending noting all the allies are now spending more this year than last i'm stephen portnoy at nato headquarters in brussels now with more cbs news here's deborah rodriguez the trump administration has threatened to impose another two hundred billion dollars worth of tariffs on chinese imports cbs's bill racal ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to mackerel the move which was expected would escalate a trade war with china last week the us imposed twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us imports china vows to retaliate again doctors say most of the twelve boys rescued from a cave in thailand are taking antibiotics because of high blood white blood cell counts some have lung infections that psychiatrist neil greenberg says eventually they should be five they managed to get back into being normal children rather than cpa styles as they seem to bid a moment then hopefully most of them will go on and have a perfectly illness free childhood trump administration lawyers are expected in court later this week after missing yesterday's deadline to reunite immigrant children under the age of five with their parents aclu lawyer league alerts went to court on their behalf the judge crystal clear that these deadlines in his words were not as racial their heart deadline the administration says thirty eight of one hundred two young children have been reunited entrance exam essays are going the way of the model t at colleges across the country live to cbs's vicki barker fewer than two dozen now require them princeton and stanford the latest to drop the sat and act sat tests following dartmouth harvard and yale the original idea was.

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"This is cbs news on the hour sponsored by ziprecruiter i'm stephen portnoy at nato headquarters in brussels where the president's meetings with allied leaders are already off to a rocky start mr trump accuses nato countries have being delinquent not spending enough on defense to do something because we're not gonna put up with the president tore into germany this morning for a pipeline deal at recently struck with a russian owned gas company germany is a captive of russia the white house says mr trump will meet later today with german chancellor angela merkel as well as the president of france nato's chief tried to allay the president's concerns about defense spending noting all the allies are now spending more this year than last i'm stephen portnoy at nato headquarters in brussels now with more cbs news here's deborah rodriguez it trump administration is threatened to impose another two hundred billion dollars worth of tariffs on chinese imports cbs has bill rakoff ten percent tariffs would be imposed on a list of more than six thousand chinese products everything from burglar alarms to mackerel the move which was expected would escalate a trade war with china last week the us imposed twentyfive percent tariffs on thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese products beijing responded by hitting the same amount of us import china vows to retaliate again doctors say most of the twelve boys rescued from a cave in thailand are taking antibiotics because of high blood white blood cell counts some have lung infections that psychiatrist neil greenberg says eventually they should be five they managed to get back into being normal children rather than cpa styles as i seem to be a moment then hopefully most of them will go on and have a perfectly illness free childhood trump administration lawyers are expected in court later this week after missing yesterday's deadline to reunite immigrant children under the age of five with their parents aclu lawyer league alerts went to court on their behalf half the judge crystal clear these deadlines in his words were not as racial their hard deadline the administration says thirty eight of one hundred two young children have been reunited entrance exam essays are going the way of the model t at colleges across the country live to cbs's vicki barker fewer than two dozen now require them princeton and stanford the latest to drop the sat and act sat tests following dartmouth harvard and yale the original idea was.

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Entitlements costing taxpayers more than forty one billion dollars from fiscal year two thousand ten to two thousand fifteen who was president from two thousand ten or two thousand fifteen let me think news governor of michigan let me think about that the spending is controversial black jesus was president black jesus and that says he boy rick snyder uh the democrat progressive was governor in michigan yeah the spending don't just give the kind of an air about him when he talks doesn't he really does he's got kind of a little let's say to put it did see he looks like the kinda guy you'd think his dainty on maybes natty could be a skilled the killer marsh lars i dunno i highly doubt it but you never to the spending is and and i'm not this is not an ad hominem attack it's an observation subs revision comes across as he said he said he's a nerd it's worse than that way worse than that the spending is controversial because these eight schools brown university columbia university cornell dartmouth harvard university of pennsylvania princeton university in yale have enormous resources at their fingertips i'll say they've got endowments up the yangyang just like your home does including a dominant funds were i just said the money used from donors do dozen fifteen exceeded one hundred nineteen billion take that total one split up a monk i ivy league undergrads the comes up to two million each so all these kids go to school that are in the undergrads stage of their education they'd get two million dollars each if the dow gave it do they want to wouldn't in an education they can start the string of soft club soft cloth carwashes on that they could start heating and cooling empire so what what are they going to school for the study says another federal per to schools pay no tax on investment gains on their endowment tax break is estimated at nine point six billion over the six years of the study now i'm looking through your to see if we could make this local local local idled soon in the north guard u of m steph can you see if he can find out where you of them stands along these lines what's going on with that and their tax dollars a federal state whatever anyway this gravy train just continues to.

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

02:59 min | 4 years ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"In your life could you tell us a little about who you match and how you found a purchased to rebuild your life here i admit acquittal of people that the to come back too early to say it was the it was the some moment when many many moments he we great at it might want to fight for him the ice alicia the run on missing don't speak the language and just wonder could i keep up what so there was a lot of him in addition the through the process of coping in fighting for myself in the through all the work a was doing i meant these woman i can not introduced nieto cherry and i see well and not just ended as he he'd like to call himself jerry sloan academic sociologist so they opened their hot and doors for me and i'm i struggled in eighty took him dh two bring me pat couldn't take on the feat and you know that you're not only got back on your own feet you went to colombia you attended dartmouth harvard and then he went back to support other so people came into your life at a time of great need then you went and founded village health works and now you have come in to other peoples lives in the time of their greatest need could you tell us a little about village health works and about your work as well yes i've made up for it started ten years ago knicks lecroy two thousand and five december two thousand five the reason why they went there was a to see how and the the his he's one of the patience that we would help and what he sees and rebuffed his last sunday continued last everything that the call nick it appeared that it's even pete so when the people really get together who will still hold in the week human dictate you can to bring that someone back to life in the business of frederick the trend who last season a lot like every other tied to hit the dream to become contributors to be heading toward to two of making it a peaceful but i accidental berth all gun knows what they end up in this kind of situations so all of these it tragedies that we had years with talk about him social ease in the whose forte is that reedy when the we see can we talk we don't act and out with compassion in the kindness thank you d have i think one of the point state you make is there needs in the running de yesterday one of their top discussion pieces was how do we get up stream of conflict how can you to prevent conflict and the fact is that bad government's.

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"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

02:59 min | 4 years ago

"dartmouth harvard" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"In your life could you tell us a little about who you match and how you found a purchased to rebuild your life here i admit acquittal of people that the gone back too early to say it was the it was the some moment when many many moments a week rated a might want to fight for him the ice alicia the run on this team don't speak the language and just wonder could i keep up what so there was a lot of him the issue through the process of coping in fighting for myself in the through all the work a was doing them at these woman sharon mccann introduced nieto cherry and i see walsh in that case that ended as he he'd like to call himself and then make sociologist so they opened their hearts and doors for me and i'm i struggled give eighty took in the nhl two bring me pat can like on the feat and you know that you're not only got back on your own feet you went to colombia you attended dartmouth harvard and then he went back to support other so people came into your life at a time of great need then you went and founded village health works and now you have come in to other peoples lives in the time of their greatest need could you tell us a little about village health works and about your work as well yes all have made up for it started ten years ago exactly a two thousand and five december two thousand five the reason ya when there was it to see how little into his bat and the b's sure use a lineup for the patience that we would help and what he sees and we petry a hole his last sunday continued last everything that call mickey mcphee that it's even pete so when the people really get together we still hold in the week human victory you can to bring back up someone back to life in the business of frederick they suck a trend who last season like every other tied to hit the dream to become contributors to be heading toward the top making it a peaceful but i accidental berth all kind that's what they end up in this kind of situations so all of these it tragedies that a week years with talk about him social ease in the whose forte is that reedy when the which is seeking we talk we don't act and act with compassion in the kindness thank you d have i think one of the point state you make is there in corrente yesterday one of their top discussion pieces was how do we get up stream of conflict how can you to prevent conflict and the fact is that bad government's.

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