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"educause" Discussed on Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences
"Sciences that we observed as we flip resources into our Flipboard magazine over the past two weeks in this episode. We have four trends that we all share and we have a recommended reading that goes along with each of these Trends. We in the episode by peering into the crystal ball and making predictions about the trends We Believe will observe in the upcoming two weeks Abby took us off by talking about our fortunes and sharing our for recommended readings. Thank you Tim. Yes, we have four Trends three of which I think most people will be very familiar with one of which is new and we'll explain why it kind of formed its own Trend. And yes, so we we looked at everything we flipped articles that we thought were of interest to people and Structural design and educational technology into our Flipboard magazine and from the past two weeks. We've distilled these four Trends number one teaching and learning online. We saw articles about why moving to online instruction will not reduced costs for for Education. We saw an article on providing students with a sense of connectedness engaging students an article from inside higher ed that supported the idea that better teaching is going to minimize cheating which makes a lot of sense. I mean even even regardless of the the venue when uses transition from video learning to other forms of of instruction, for example virtual learning using a virtual environment home. We saw intentional online program design. We saw a Content curation versus original content kind of a discussion of which how much one should have of both. Those things in anyone online course and providing teachers with training to improve their own online offerings. Our recommended read in this area is what incoming first-year students want online learning to be by James n Cork for educause review. And again, I apologize if I'm mispronouncing any authors names. This is a really interesting read in educause and Tim. I was laughing not laughing smiling. We were very proud of how doctors worked with his we assume a member of the family because the at the end of the article it says the article was authored by James M Kirk.
"educause" Discussed on Trends & Issues in Instructional Design, Educational Technology, and Learning Sciences
"Book is building a huge undersea cable around Africa to increase the continents internet connectivity Walmart unveils a pro version of its budget Android tablets. These are I've never tried these tablets at all. So I don't I can't really offer any observation about their efficacy. I haven't tried em, either now not know however price point is $99 and $129. They that's amazing. It's really good for an Android tablet. We also saw a virtual Museum and Gallery exhibitions wage again. These are the resources that are made available for free to those of us who are teaching and learning from home. We also saw a number of articles about virtual reality applications the most interesting of which you and I were talking before is the app spatial which is m a v our meeting app so that you can put on your Oculus Quest and you can pop into a virtual VR meeting kind of like if Zoom were in fact VR. It's it's an interesting idea. Apple also has updated its schoolwork app to help teachers manage remote instruction, which are very interesting fact recommended read in this area is guide to video conference Services by Allen Saint John for Consumer Reports. Most of us are familiar with Consumer Reports. It's typically a consumer Advocate testing agency. They look at appliances automobiles, really everything electronics and they they have put together a really good guide to videos. Conference Services quite comprehensive. So we recommend that number for is the only Trend that changed from last episode and the trend for this episode and not the number four slot is choice schools reopening in the fall. There were a great many articles about reopening schools both K-12 schools and u s public universities we so mostly about us universities changes in US Campus Life exploration of hybrid courses us education department as actually extended its online education flexibilities through the rest of this year all the way to December 31st. And also turning the Springs remote instruction into high-quality online instruction, which is something again Tim you and I had predicted early on we're now at the point where we're discussing. Okay, we've made it through this sort of panic situation and we went into lock-down and we taught as best we could but now that we had that experience and we the largest number of choice and professors. How do we do it even better the next time how do we do it? Well, not just how do we do it by the seat of our pants, but how do we do it with planning and care and and making it a real high-quality experience for everybody are recommended read in this area is educause covid-19 quick poll results fall planning for Education student support by Susan Gray Jack for educause review now, they're quick polls in educause are just that their polls that are that are presented to a large dog..
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"Seven seventy five twenty six to meet with Jeanine schedule your time by dialing in today we're talking on today show a little bit about some of these different levels of desire for someone to retire you know some people like we talked about earlier don't ever see themselves retiring they just love what they do we kind of started working our way through those different levels and we got to you know I'd like to retire in a few years but I have no idea when I really can't it was more a matter of setting the date what's your name now we get to level four of that desire to the retired and I feel like this is where my dad his guy and he was kind of always in that realm of I always pictured myself working another few years but the idea of retirement well looks better and better now this is sort of made the slip of like yeah the sooner the better on on this whole deal what's that person's mind set usually look like and has the the planning conversation go for them well sometimes folksy retirement as being far into the future and before you know it you're there or you're knocking on the door of retirement and so you have seen yourself working for many many years some you know sixty to sixty sixty of sixty five and now all of a sudden it's here that ages here or that time you know maybe you're then the love affair with work has grown a little bit colder and you just don't really want to jump through those hoops anymore so yeah the idea of retiring is starting to look better and better in fact I have to have a doctor client that loves what she does love it when she's in surgery she loves it but the the requirements that insurance companies and others have put on a lot of doctors which is to do all of this cataloging and at you know data entry and everything else and she came into the office and she said that the church because I love what I do then she just like through a head back on the chair educause but I can't do this anymore so I'm just gonna quit early and of course he's not that's the feeling in some sometimes you're you're running along smoothly and then something happens to completely change your mind and now it I mean it could be job related it could be just life related some people get into their early to mid sixties and they're done they're just done and they you know they can't deal with the changes they can't deal with the tack they're done in the it's a politics of the office exactly and okay well if any millennials are listening sometimes if you guys I mean it's it's a pretty funny conversation it's really interesting when you talk with a lot of people how they've the feeling it's like all of a sudden a door just because I'm done and it's time to retire through it you know yes you can picture yourself working for however many years but just know that there are outside influences and if you don't have a backup plan if you really haven't looked at that maybe it's time to come in and have a conversation where we will look at those things so that you're prepared for saying well maybe it is time to plan for this date if your federal government employee you really do need to do that you need to plan ahead because OPM office of personnel management he's not going to pay you your full salary when you retire they will eventually it'll catch up but there's some planning involved there and if you don't plan it it's going to bite you well there was really nobody wants that Ginny no nobody wants that you know it some people some people have expressed real shock that oh my gosh I'm not getting my my full pay and that's because it's the way the system is just configured right now but yeah it but you know again you know everybody does picture themselves working until all of a sudden they can't and it can be a health issue it can be a work issue it's really important to have a conversation and be realistic about yes I can do this but at what point am I ready to step back yeah well if you need help with that give Jenny a call at eight three three her plan that's eight three three four three seven seventy five twenty six especially if you're in that situation the Jeanine just described where maybe you you know you don't know exactly what your benefits are gonna look like in retirement if your government employee do you really know what your options are if you haven't mapped that out as well as some of your personal investments whether being a you know an IRA or Roth IRA something along those lines and how that all works together to help get you retired within you need a full review of your financial plan and that's something joining again can assist with give a call if you want to set up a time to chat eight three three her plan is the number eight three three four three seven seventy five at twenty six you know Jeanine one more thought on level four of the desire to retire that we just talked about their that was my uncle he went through you can even make fun of us millennials but he kind of went through something similar I'm not gonna just blame millennials but everyone in his work space in his in his office had been offered early buyouts and he had no interest in taking them he was I mean work was his purpose right you know that's why he was on this earth you know sort of was the mindset and so he just kept working right along did want to take into the early buyouts but before you know it he looked around and all of his social circle was completely gone they all left it all retired they all moved on and he was left with nobody in the office that he knew all of his bosses were now younger than he was and he was just like the old dinosaur in the room and it just was a really weird feeling for him and he eventually was was that level four number person of like I always thought I keep working but I don't know kind of seems like maybe I should go ahead and pull the trigger so it was like that switch one off like you talked about yeah I mean at the end that it happens in real life yeah that's happening quite a bit actually in the larger firms you know like defense contractors a lot of big organizations in fact I had a story from one guy who was told that the they didn't want any more white haired people making the presentations see if that isn't a okay here's the door you for you it was that was very interesting yeah a wild so a lot of people that certainly happens to a lot about level five we get the last one here joining with the end of the spectrum here from the desire to retire I want to retire tomorrow and if I don't quit this job right now they're gonna have to put me in an asylum how many people have been across your desk and said some like that day actually I have a couple clients they're hysterically funny and they both work at the same place and they have not quite said that but they've still come very close to the thing that that it's really time in fact she came in with a spreadsheet and she said I'm taking social security early and I said show me the numbers she had the numbers and so it was a very lively conversation where she was just finished I mean even though what's interesting is they both like the work that they do they love the work that they do but the culture of the organization has changed to a point where they don't want to deal with that anymore so that was what they said you know I need to be out here before I go crazy so sometimes that happens because that's something you cannot control is the outside influences into a work place and so if you are close to getting enough you're close to retirement or even if you're a few years out from retirement this can happen to you so you really do need to take a look at what your options are and that's something we do so I would encourage folks to come in for a conversation and we literally go through all of the numbers we help you get organized we help you understand what you have and then we start looking at planning which is what are you trying to do and how can we get there so we look at the taxes we look at retirement accounts we look at investment accounts we look at savings we look at the mortgage you know should you be paying your mortgage off maybe maybe not it depends on what else is going on in your life and you know frankly are you still you know helping your kids your adult kids because that's going to factor into your retirement we look at all of that and we have conversations about the decisions the money decisions around the money because those are just as important as the money itself this is the type of planning we do every day we help you put the pieces of your financial puzzle together but the first step is in your hands so you need to pick up the phone and give us a call and what is going to tell you how to get a hold of us here's what you have to do pick up the phone and dial eight three three her planned that's eight three three four three seven seventy five to twenty six see where you are right now in your financial situation and what 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"educause" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To Miami will Smith's Miami still relevant into twenty men may need I'll be I'll be what a song right I Superbowl fifty four should be a fun one let's hear some more from my the forty Niners from yesterday Jimmy drop below who's been to the ball before he's been in these rooms preparing for a Superbowl he just has not been the guy taking the snap so you're a little bit there and about the eight pass attempts at Jimmy was this the game plan did you know you were going to throw the rock a lot last night talk about the were he Moster performance by you know you always think that way and you try to plan that way but it's gonna feel game as it goes and I got the cow the great job calling the game and the guys did a great job of you know excuse you know I I don't have a problem nobody did really with the way what Ryan Tannehill played in in the way during can we ran the ball they're playing a lead defense in the running the football which is what you need to do to get wins against top teams now you look at at what Patrick moms is done this post season so far in these playoffs is per ESPN stats and info Patrick homes are stored for two hundred nine yards this post season in the second quarter alone giving rob Lowe stern for two hundred and eight yards this post season indicative of anything I see two different styles of play that's about it it's why the book makers have this game opening Superbowl fifty four that is as a one and a half point favorite in favor of the Kansas City Chiefs not as a been planned with a chip on their shoulder all year long Richard Sherman a big part of that people right now if you make a rob Lowe I people saying this team the injuries what would decimate them that you know the office of line got banged up and kill was banged up and they didn't have receivers then Sherman is just a coverage corner by the way to sort of clout back an answer that they did move Sherman side to side a little bit yesterday which is something they had not done all year now the point of that I think was just simply from a mental standpoint messed with the back is a little bit make them think we're willing to do this at any point not just leaving guys on each side and I do think it a confuse them a bit but it's why Aaron Rodgers made the adjustment halftime I told you about his numbers only sixty six yard passing at the half more from Jimmy drop low here I'm in taking advantage of this week caution and say this week will be a normal like practice with an engine they will not be in pads hitting each other today as they played a game yesterday but they will be out there that will be watching film starting their preparation for the chiefs and I think everybody's on board when you work this hard to get to this moment you don't want to relinquish this you don't want to let up on any of this John Major earlier this year in September from that you know you talk about all the Superbowl chances he had he said I just think about the one I got in all the other opportunities I left on the table seasons like this do not come along very often we talked so much before the the season started about what would make this a successful year coming off of four and twelve season what makes this a good season I picked them famously to go six into right that was done while we take your early and we knew there were several by that but like what was it a win total was it if you get to the postseason into a successful season there to the point now where they're the best team in football where if you don't win the Superbowl this is a disappointing your you don't come this far they say well the windows open we feel like we've we've made strides now this is a chance to do something historic something that they have not done in the bay area since ninety four in for Kyle Shanahan something that's out there but I think mean a whole lot in his first coaching head coaching experience and of course out following what his dad did in the same organization so I pretty impressive stuff and it all started yesterday with he Moster here is this is a sort of a funny interaction after the game he's told he broke Eric Dickerson's the city broker Dickerson's record he did not break it as far as rushing yards are concerned but they're they're just comparing him to Eric Dickerson again Dickerson an eighty six two hundred and forty eight yards on the ground but yesterday were he Moster to twenty four touchdowns here is sort of relishing that moment no I did not actually and truthfully for you to say that right now is like that right I'm still shocked like I can't believe that a character says the ultimate you know running back in as we got out look up to even every every all the other running backs you know even with Frank gore you know to to even be mentioned you know with somebody like Eric Dickerson and that's unbelievable yeah pretty special thing again this guy was cut by seven teams you mean like didn't carry the ball in the NFL into we went in San Francisco in last year numbers on this you know I don't know where you know do all this goes back to you know if you forget Jared McCann and was supposed to be the guy last year and it's never really panned out for him and it's re Moster does as taking the the bulk of that work more on Moster talked about what fires him up what lights that fuel for him on what was a career day a historic day a moment forty nine R. fans will not soon forget he talks about what he does to help fuel that fire takes a look at to and all the teams that cut him generally before games get going here's most on that thought yeah is it is crazy that I've been all seven different teams I actually still have you know the cut dates and I look at the every every before every game a look at the code dates of when I got cut you know been on like I said there are seven different teams in their journey it's been crazy no not even not not everybody can can deal with that type of stress and and pain and agony that I went through but like I said I just I kept the faith in not only myself but whoever gave me the opportunity in this organization has done a great job with that yeah they've given the opportunity again the opportunities they've given to certain guys would seize the day guys like we've issued Brunskill we mentioned guys like Emmanuel Moseley who get the opportunity and do not relinquish it because they've they've played too well not to write in your to the point where your best players have to be on the field you can think about guys feelings right now or keeping guys heads in that this is about rising to the occasion if you don't we don't have time for you it's time to go try and win a Superbowl out for a week checks in on the cash protects line asks is there an injury update on Tevin Coleman there is no the forty Niners I don't believe gave a surefire what's gonna happen with him but it sounds like he's gonna be okay he left the game in the second quarter from the brace his fall with one of his arms of the non ball tearing arm and when he was when he was carted off to look at their hold on to his elbow over his arm I think the the initial report was separated shoulder cal Shannon said pretty confident they're optimistic that he's going to be able to play in the Superbowl so something Tevin Coleman not done for the year could potentially come back but generally you don't make a proclamation like that unless you think things are okay because it was pretty close after the game to the area to win that injury happen they hadn't done a whole lot of examining and so for cal to say that I think that's a a positive he's gonna say something usually you wait you sell well we'll see the test was yeah we feels he said I'm optimistic you'll be able to play just not enough detail yet I also K. one Williams to leave the game at one point with a with a hip injury but he returned to the game very Greenlaw left with an ankle that he was seen running in the tunnel at one point he was cleared to return but ultimately did not return and then educause guitar he may have injured his rage you talked about that after the game on the final interception play there by Richard Sherman when he chased out of Ontario Adams so somebody on the casket textile ball just can't find the the phone number I think was a seven a seven said that can actually kind of right here at five one oh cystic came ended with the reverse Crabtree which I thought was pretty good Richard Sherman has a knack for rising to the occasion in a in big games you get the crabs free play you have a twenty fifteen I told you he picked off an Aaron Rodgers pass intended for davanti Adams the ice the game for the Seattle Seahawks any did it yesterday to win the NFC championship for the forty Niners to ice that game so we'll hear from Richard Sherman the superstar on defense along with Nick Bosa who in his rookie season knows nothing but Super Bowl appearances our man I'm still buzzing it's a fun Monday morning it will be all day long on Jim you're one of four five and six eighty Richard Sherman sat on the other side in the leadoff spot on the sports leader the leadoff.
"educause" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Wouldn't count on him so we'll see that means out but it it'll it'll definitely be question will to doubtful let's go to Kwan next one is going to play he has been activated continue streets been put on the injured Lister I drink green laws play great so you don't want to lose him obviously Fred Warner's been Pro Bowl caliber you don't want to lose him so how do you see them using one Alexander who we haven't seen on the field since hollowing against Arizona coming back from a back injury that usually takes three to four months he's done at what six seven weeks pretty amazing that he could do this so how do you expect them to use and to me he's a defense of guys linebacker I mean he's gonna be out there I think he's gonna be out there as much as you can be out there I think he's going to be out there into code says you know you're you're not doing we think you could do I mean he's going to be I mean this is this is playoff I mean a and and and and he's he wants to be out there they've won without a trace done a fantastic job but I tell you ones going to be out there he's got that attitude you know he's got that added to where you know if I can be out there me like you said he knew me this pic injuries did and whatever five or six weeks but he's gonna be out into someone tells me can't be out there and guarantee that yeah the the hits that he's gonna put on on guys with that package I think with what is a little bit worrisome rather judging lots and I think it would couple days ago when he played coming back from the pack last week you see just because I play doesn't mean it's it's magically healed I'm a hundred percent right so we'll see what happens after puts a couple hits on guys but I'm with you of triggering was gonna be in there a little bit I'm okay with that I'm comfortable with that we see the same thing with the quarterback situation they've got enough depth and enough dies off the bench and stepped up to make plays that I'm confident enough in the defense with the second tier guys playing if Qantas to get banged up and can't be out there for seventy five eighty five percent of the snaps drainage costly tart is the last one he's been a full participant so he's a Gulf I like him because everybody talks about feeling and digs and I get it but they got two tight ends in route off six six to maybe catch last week in the first round pick at Alabama Smith junior you know Smith senior played for the saints and was really good tied in in his own right but you've got a couple of guys in tight is who are good and then Dalvin cook if it wasn't for Krister Caffrey every talk about Dalvin cook he can run he can catch it so you've not only got those receivers on the outside but you have a couple of tight ends in a really good running back coming out of the backfield and I think too costly tart not only in the run game can help but also he's much better it's been Marshall Harris who look I like more sellers and he's played well in his stead but you because you towards a much better guidance tight and tense running backs of back because he's a guy I mean he brings a communication back I think in the in the secondaries kind of the quarterback there he's such a good communicator he's he's such a good he can recognize offenses art recognize combination routes things like that that you know he is a vet on this football team I mean he's not a mean he's only got what three four years in the league but you know he is a van on this football team and I think the communication is what's been missing in that second when you see some of these broken coverages and things like that so it's gonna be good to have a back in there it is not good not little bit of rust off but I think you'll be fine it is funny I think one of the attractive things coming into this game for people who were behind on the Vikings after last week was look at the Vikings health relative to the health of the forty Niners where's the Vikings right now couple injuries banged up in the secondary after getting your quotes guitar back one Alexander back even the potential of the Ford is huge for the forty Niners considering they got this number one seed without being healthy all season long that's right point this is healthy is a defense it has been again D. for early in the week it looked like he was gonna be a go certainly questionable today and again Khanal gender is going to go we don't know how much you'll be used but he is a go educause guitars but a full participant in practice this week there you go all right get ready for the Vikings in the forty Niners are you want to hear from the architect you would hear from John Lynch he's made a lot of good decisions house John Lynch the general manager of forty Niners feel as the team approach is their first playoff game at Levi's stadium you'll find at next only here on the sports leader hearing you can cross the first project off your twenty twenty to do list early by painting your home right now now 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"On the sports leader may be what's up man how you doing we are doing just fine let's go backwards so we can go for words it sure seems like it I don't get a sense that they do not have to individually and collectively kind of talk themselves into this my way of thinking but they sure of the mind of Sunday's loss happen we know why it happened it shouldn't happen possibly glad we got a short week so we can get back to work and not have to worry about it we know we're a much better football team it seems like universally they all say it all believe that yeah I think there was a real internal happiness in the world but they were glad that this upcoming games on a Saturday it they they all wanted to play immediately after that launch the falcons in they do get a short week which could be beneficial if they win today in their setting up this big showdown in Seattle they're going to have an extra day of rest at this point in the season especially for this team not where Christian the depletion have have been obvious obstacle that you know one extra day of rest is going to be meaningful before that big canal you'd Seattle are you roads the educause guitar if you were able to practice today there's a chance he could go on Saturday heart could not go today is it still a possibility talk could play on Saturday and the good news obviously is that Williams in Sherman there back in the mix you can see how much they were missed when Julio Jones was having his way on the Levi's stadium turf having those guys back definitely a confidence booster yeah for sure I mean they were missing three fifths of their secondary in that game and I got to think that it is just one of those guys with their you know it it that that's what the margin lightly so slim a week in the office for that last touchdown catch that the if anyone of those three guys was there would it would have been different you know what the car doesn't get a lot of attention doesn't get a lot of accolades but these games that he's he's been missing they were really distant yeah if if you were to assign blame on that that last Julio Jones touchdown Hey you got to give it to Marcel Harris the the who's substituting quarter Klasky tart you play that a little bit too deep Jimmie ward came into being a great tackle that was should be warts guy kibbe ward was reacting to the play it's been a great you know possibly touchdown saving tackle didn't turn out that way but it was because Marshall Harris was we too deep into the end zone he was the outside bracket on Julio Jones on that play I can't win did a great job of breaking that down today on the athletic and really kind of illustrated how it all went down let it beat again your horse Harris didn't have a great game in New Orleans either no this really want Strickland tart back well it came after AJ question now we did practice today to practice yesterday that that that usually the medication that the guy's not going to play golf and I guess the whole now is that he plays for the finale against the Seahawks he certainly hasn't been ruled out altogether Saturday for the rams but it is not look good and you know as we've been finding out that that's that's a big deal you don't want to catch the forty Niners secondary so Max we're gonna do iron Donald I don't know but they didn't do a very good job with great each year and that that that did not bode well greet each year it Aaron Donald inspector **** are you are NFC defensive tackles in the Pro Bowl and you saw a guy just run roughshod on that your line each of those interior off at that line and Laken Tomlinson like person then garlicky the price of the garland struggled at different times you know it really wasn't garland who best up alive yet that game like I thought he was pretty solid against the falcons but creature it and number on on the rest of those guys there Erin Donald promises to do the same they prove him around delta kind of sticks out the weakness in that on that monitors line is that the the rounds online there are Donald out right opposite that we should stick stick you with the line how how is stately look in where is he in his you know recovery back to a hundred percent I know he started a little rough when he came back but is he is he ready is he ready for a playoff run physically well no not yet I would say it he probably say the same thing if you would ask the a few weeks ago when he was coming back from a finger injury he was asked you know is this a bit of the silver lining because you know you're not playing because of the the broken finger but your body is able to heal and that you'll be yell help you're at the end of the season then you would have been otherwise he said yeah that there's some truth to that but offense of linemen if it's all about wraps in just getting back into the swing of things being shark and you could tell that that's not there yet in the question will become ya is two games you know gets the rant against the Seahawks the finale all bad enough to get here back to the show steely because you know a year ago at this time you still at playing a critical level he beat I don't think time is passed him by if that's what people are wondering I think it's more he just had such a sporadic season neon E. breaks his leg and week to week breaks finger the first came back he just has not been able to kind of get going the way an office of one that wants to get going barrels of the athletic he covers the Niners it does a great job in the process is joining us here on the only guess line rod Brooks Marcus Thompson came BR these sports later on a pivot over to the defense of line is specifically the pass rush if I'm remembering correctly three sacks in three games so maybe that's an unfair stat to bring up because sex while import or not everything engines the in those three games it's Lamar Jackson is drew Brees breeze hit the ball out quick Lamar Jackson in the mark Jackson but then you get to you get to last week and the fact that it wasn't as if the Niners pass rush was unable to do a lot against the falcons offense it just seems like when they needed to get there they just simply couldn't get there to Matt Ryan and he was also getting the ball out quickly do you see any of that being a problem going forward just specifically starting with Saturday against the rams yeah I do I mean that's what this team's calling card was being able to kind of close out games and I don't think that three sacks in three games that you mentioned in an unfair stats you know maybe further the ravens because they didn't have a lot of drop back passes but to pre certainly did not write it as well on in that range there you know we're gonna come to NFL quarterbacks he's pretty stackable they should have sacked him more than they did it and that's the question about you know like I said attrition and depletion it it's been next man up for this team all season long they they reach a point on the line now that there really aren't any more expand all to be had already gone through to Monterey for Ronald Blair is gone the Ford is out especially at the end you have the Bowsher constant playing an awful lot of snaps and they're still playing at a high level but at the end of the game when they just absolutely had to have a play I'm awfully close to making it but they they obviously didn't make that claim that that's what Robert tell us talk about today they they need to give those those top three guys Buckner Armstead OSHA more of a break so that they can deliver at the end of games they just haven't had any of the other guys kind of step up and sort of be assured them that you can't have a course Buck on the fuel on other silent rather extended period eighty eight you seem to be running out of quality body there that that's problematic and you know it only gets more difficult these last two games you get reader to seize your your legs get even more tired etcetera etcetera but this is where did they need to kind of find something some something to get them over the last two games you know that something is barrels you know what it is see what it is giving your Apolo I I fully expect I don't know man it's a radical idea hello all right Donald strategy confidence in her please owls only expected the four liars to put up forty on the falcons rot rod Brooks has been just destroy the receivers Hey stop it and he absolutely just killed Robby gold can the forty Niners offense Kerry two games or at least one again have a one game the Serbs to not put the pressure on the defense to give them the space the said that be excellent exists just go put up for you on the rams is that too much to ask yeah I mean it was interesting strategy by the falcons a south based we said you know what which works you don't beat us which usually is that you know it doesn't work you don't eat them yeah beat the hell out of them but not to the point where obviously that the game got out of reach into it just wonder whether other teams will kind of fall that strategy I'll keep keep that safety T. take away the deep throws GB grovel loves to go to George kill basically said this weekend I speech were killed one one I'm I'm going to George hill it's a no brainer for me it it it should be a no brainer it's it's a very interesting question dilemma that the forty Niners might have yeah George hill had a hundred fifty yards and a touchdown PL is that going to be enough to get them we talk to game it was not enough I was almost enough against the falcons but not quite so it'll be it'll be fun to see what he what how the rams do this he had the game against the rams the past two years which can lead you to believe that you know the rancher or short of employment same strategy all all all will keep tabs on the rest of the guys let the our defenders take towards people one on one if you have the big day I also want one will still be in it at the end see how motivated his rants team after of the Dallas Cowboys seem to **** their way to go on on the turf at cowboys stadium last it's gonna pull jokes no I did send it is absolutely not Jeez man sure was on my hair I'm sorry a man Lee says anything about coming up short no one should their roles Chris was mad your time and your knowledge is always appreciate around these parts and fix it anytime that you're the best Matt barrows absolutely one of the best when it.
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"This is science Friday I'm IRA Plato okay listen up I want to know if you can recognize this sound few board game there is you know it as the apple matic it's that little plastic bubble you push to roll the dice on the plate again yeah well board games have come of what he he from the problematic era there are board games or players create narratives and all sorts of worlds and use complicated strategies to build the story or out smart one another and they don't they don't just involve dungeons and dragons there a lots of board games focused on science and stem some involve building a bird preserve or figuring out how to terraform Mars my next guests are here to talk about some of their favorite science board games and we want to hear from you also Elizabeth Hargrave is a board game designer and she created a game based on her burning hobby the game is called wing span welcome to science Friday Hey I rest nice to have you Angela trunk is a lecturer in the department of psychology at the university of Tennessee Tennessee in Knoxville and her board game reviews have appeared in science welcome to science Friday hi there nice to have you I want to invite our listeners if they have a favorites science or stand board game give us a call our number eight four four seven two four eight two five five you can tweet us at sci fry and you can find all of the signs for games are going to talk about on our website at science Friday dot com slash board games let me begin with you Elizabeth you created the game a wing span and before you worked in public health you were a birder why did you want to create this game I had been playing board games for years at the point that I decided to start designing and really it it came out of desired and to see a game game that I wanted to play that didn't exist yet a lot of board games do have sort of a dungeons and dragons theme or medieval Europe trading in the Mediterranean people say a lot and and so really came out of a question of what would it look like to have a board game that that was about something that I really cared about so have you start really where do you start designing the game and have what went into wing span I mean I I think a lot of people start in a lot of different places for me it was literally just making up some cards with pencil on scraps of paper and sort of playing against myself a bunch until I had a system that seem to be kind of working and then going up from there playing with friends finding a community of folks that were willing to play tested here in the DC area taking it to some conventions and getting even more feedback it's it's really a very interrogative process I think a lot of people don't realize that the board games go through hundreds and hundreds of play tell sometimes before they ever make it on to the shelf of a store in in any give us an idea of how you play the game sure so in wings then you have a board in front of you each person has their own individual player map that sort of represents their nature preserve like you were talking about and are you are playing birds out into three different habitats there's a forest anak grasslands in a wetland lettered sort of depicted on the board and those each help you do different things in the game so one helps you get food one helps you get eggs one helps you get more cards and as your playing birds up they hope you get better and better at those three things Angela you wingspan was on your list of games white it why do you like this game so much well for me I think it very accurately portrays aspects of bird ecology but in a very accessible way I think it's easy to explain the players what's going on in the game in terms of you know you're trying to attract birds to preserve that you just need to get the resources that represent their diets and I found that it's an easy game to explain but there's also a lot of death and the types of kind of table conversations that ever that have arisen from this game have just been fantastic thank you you are a a big board game or correct that would be correct in saying that what makes a good science board came well I think first and foremost you want to have a fun game you want some sort of game that people are willing to come back to and I think part of that comes from games that have multiple strategies for victory maybe an element of surprise maybe some sort of pasta like component that you have to solve in a different way each time and I think games work best as science games when they not only have the science theme but they also incorporates the educause educational component as part of the game mechanics and so it's not just about you know assigning certain names in jargon to the game pieces but hopefully the act of playing the game actually teaches the scientific process to the players let's go to some of our gamers out in our audience let's go to Orlando George hi welcome to science Friday all right thank imagine a game called evolution evolution users resource management which can break and you know non science that are at the people but then it really cleverly introduces the idea of natural selection to build new organisms to compete with those resources yeah that's a good good thanks for bringing that up we played that our site fright team that played in the office as research yesterday for this Elizabeth describe the game for us if you can sure in evolution you have control of species and each one starts out with an any particular traits but you can play cards on to them that give that particular species a certain trait like a long neck which helps give get food or burrowing which helps it resist predators and things like that so you can sort of modified animals that you're controlling over time in reaction to how many other players have carnivores or how much food is is available in the system and so you're just competing to to eat the most food over the course of the game with your different species as you have in depth I'm no angel you have a PhD in evolution and ecology right that is correct this board game there's a there's a version of evolution where you can throw climate change into the mix yeah that's an expansion to the evolution game that Elizabeth just described and to me I really enjoy that extra layer and so I I enjoy evolution a lot and I still play it actually as the video game version on steam a lot these days and I think we'll find over time that in the base game it's it's kind of hard to take down a really big predator that's got these really great complex traits and so the cool thing about that climate change expansion is that it brings in these and abiotic components so claim it and in general like larger species tend not to do as well with heat in colder and and smaller species don't like the cold as much and so by manipulating the climate players can actually you know there's there's a way there's a strategy to actually deal with these large species as well he kind of change in our strategy a little do you think that these are teaching materials if you want to teach kids about climbing you play the game or they just merely for fun I think evolution is maybe a little complicated to bring into a classroom it depends on how much time you have an act as I mentioned it does have a video game counterpart and so I think that one might be if there's some way to bring that into a classroom you can definitely fit it in within the times and have to get my steam up on that one an interesting let's go to the phones let's go to Terry bill Connecticut and Kyle welcome to science Friday thank you so much for taking my call and I really appreciate it and game I wanted to bring up that I got into about three years ago was called pandemic and it's all about viruses running across the world and you're trying to work with the other players that have special rules to eliminate the use viruses from the world and if viruses appear too many times in the game it's game over and you have to start over from a rainy day yeah yeah we had a couple tweets of people would just waiting and they recommended that one also Elizabeth when you think about that game where you only lighter on that game no that's not the field of healthcare policy that is involved in it all but yeah I mean I think that the color described it well and and that was probably one of the first games that I played that had sort of a more real world modern day feeling theme to it with that with that stem component to it and I just I am able I love the games for us services scape ism but I also really enjoy when that escapism links back to something that's real in the world and that you're you're sort of experiencing something that you might not otherwise experience so you you get that feeling of tension at like oh my gosh we have to save these people these pandemics are raging across the world but within the confines of your table interesting let me go go to our go to our as science Friday vox pop app and we had some comments there like this one from us Scott from Reno my favorite stem board games are from a publisher called genius games there is a sequence of biology themed games there's peptide very allowance and psychosis psychosis being my favorite of those three and then some sort of physics and chemistry games called covalent ion subatomic and periodic and my favorite of all all of those is periodic periodic Angela do you agree the game I've played subatomic insight to assist and I agree the games that genius games comes out with a really educational and they are really fun and engaging see if we have another another clip from our science Friday vox pop let's go two Jose so I use fantastic gymnastics and my AP physics course it's an uneven bar and there's a gym miss and you spin around my students have to predict using rotational kinematics and projectile motion where the gym nest is going to land it's a lot of fun and it's fun to watch some do the calculations so he uses in his physics class I think that's that's kind of interesting that was the main game fantastic gymnastics and as I say it with a lot of these games they can be used for in a you know for teaching and they can be he was for fun let me let me see with lots of tweets coming in Susan says a burger for thirty years and wing span to me is almost as good as actual burning that's pretty high he's all here's Cameron who says it may sound weird but I love the way that dead of winter plays like a climate change allegory acted out with zombies rather than catastrophic flooding familiar with that one I am I hadn't thought about that as as sort of a of warning terrible but I I could see how you would go.
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"Answer welcome to Kramer's millionaire maker is Hillary Kramer and welcome back to the show I am so happy that you are with me this is the most exciting part of the of the whole program because this is where I give you stocks to buy what you should be owning what you should be looking at I've just finished telling everyone that you really want to be owning let's say Hormel H. R. L. and taking that one point eight percent dividend yield getting and they own spam and stage coach Chilean you know you you really want to be in the in in in a company that's got everyone's gonna go flocking into the minute the market has a hick up which is inevitable because even with a strong economy even with all of these people who are now working he still have to realize the minute the market goes down everybody sells their stock are in test lot thinking over by a test weekend which I don't know iRobot Tesla but I do know that test or just not going to go there right now but just know that people are going to go from blue the mine which are you know leggings that even in size zero one when someone has no fat these shows two lines here they know pantheon they chose panty lines anyway I want your questions send your questions to radio at Hillary Kramer dot com that's radio at Hillary Kramer dot com H. I. L. A. R. Y. Y. que our rate and the R. dot com let me start with the first question that we got in Robert from Manhattan okay that's our neck of the woods we are broadcasting to you from a Wall Street he says my wife is obsessed with pottery barn should I be buying the stock I get it I get it I get it Robert there's a lot of obsession with pottery barn no I personal pottery barn itself is not a stock pottery barn is part of Williams Sonoma which is the housewares company W. S. M. these are amazing companies I love them I love the stores I understand your wife's obsession I know so many people who are obsessed with pottery barn because it's phenomenal phenomenal furniture they put it together for you it's so much fun to shop there they pottery barn kids pottery barn teens are just another just rejuvenation there's west elm which is part of Williamson no mine of course Williamson no mother flagship which are are you know pots pans in the housewares and beautiful olive oils and data the samples when you go in and everything looks so beautiful okay so why don't you want to own Williamson which gives you two point six percent dividend yield at five point six billion dollar market cap the answer is that this holiday season people are not going to be a W. S. M. Williams Sonoma buying him thirty dollars tens of you know of chocolates I mean I will because I really do love Williams Sonoma but they're gonna be at Walmart by Walmart W. M. T. you can't go wrong I know that they have razor thin margins but W. M. T. Walmart park if you know Arkansas versus Williams Sonoma based in San Francisco both wonderful companies wonderful American brands I love them both but stick to stick to Walmart because again it's either so there you only get a one point seven eight percent dividend yield but you're talking about but two point two million people are working at Walmart but you know there isn't such an obsession anymore with brands like there used to be people are differentiating and I know that yes there seven were million people with jobs and there's a lot of credit card debt that people can get out there but so thank you for your question it's really great that you ask that and I guess it's been a lot of time being upset about to hang out at pottery barn okay next question is from pilot in Lake Tahoe Nevada he says Hilary he spelled it wrong I am H. I. L. A. R. Y. K. R. A. M. E. R. check my website out by the way Hillary Kramer dot com you can sign up for a free report I have these three incredible biotech stocks you can also sign up for my free weekly newsletter are you which is my trading desk newsletter I try to touch on some the most interesting topics like G. E. should you be owning G. eight everyone wants back the question educause either own it or thinking about on it or know someone who owns it so Boeing okay he wants to know so what is it with Boeing the company the company put out a plane that crashes and you keep talking about Boeing okay let me explain Boeing B. eight three hundred seventy dollar kind of stock used to be four hundred forty dollars you would have made money if you'd bought it would have been talking about it the last few weeks it will go back to a tie a four hundred and forty S. dollars can go beyond its high the company misrepresented I am angry everyone's angry because we really missed missed it you know in it I really did believe that it was a problem with like the manual and training pilots and you know something a bit left out of the software but now going did know there were people who knew inside Boeing that there was an issue with a seven thirty seven Max but Boeing B. A. is the third largest defense company in the world is a lot of geo political issues taking place Boeing is solid I love them I bought a Boeing business jet B. B. J. a seven thirty seven when I worked for a family office I know the company I've spent time with executives from Boeing the smartest engineers the smartest employees out there people a lot of pride for what they do and I get on a Boeing any day of the week I am a patriot I'm an American and I prefer those Boeing's to air bus you know there's really only two competitors Boeing and Airbus stick with Boeing and you're gonna make money that's what you need to do Hey and there's a nice dividend yield there also next we have Gabe from Boise Idaho okay hi Boise Idaho you know we're broadcasting all the way from Maine to Florida to Washington state to San Diego we are everywhere Texas all over the country so I want those questions to come in he says bed bath and beyond the stock has fallen should I sell it okay so you know you there's a concept of should you catch a falling knife the stock is around fourteen dollars five years ago it was eighty dollars okay so that was like after the financial crisis what should you do with but with with bed bath and beyond BBB white now they just had a new CEO put in place very interesting a lot of these retailers did JC Penney just put a new CEO in place gap I yeah yeah yeah GPS that that's another one to put a new CEO in place I know just was a stock is fourteen and it seems like you know how much lower can it go for those of you are thinking about buying it it's a really good question look the dividend yield is four point seven nine percent I actually think bed bath and beyond is worth a flyer I think it might do okay this holiday season they have Christmas tree shops harm in bye bye baby this world markets is fifteen hundred stores nice gross profit margin thirty two percent the problem is there's a lot of death they are so the actual return on equity is negative in the profit margins negative but I don't think they're going to go away Christmas tree shops is incredible Hey I want to know about but with all of you think I'm actually going to have a Christmas tree this year I'm Jewish I love Christmas trees write to me do you think that's inappropriate for me is that sacrilegious I just feel the holiday season I want your opinion but B. B. B. Y. take a flyer on it just think Harmon just think of bye bye baby think bed bath and beyond do it this is Hillary Kramer we're gonna be back with the most interesting stock that you're going to want to own because it got it one hundred percent return possibility in.
"educause" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"We had Pam Gould we had the superintendent we had a lot of of CPS staff that supported our ideas and when we came together we thought it was going to be a battle we thought we were really going to have to sell it but we came to the meeting and the superintendent said you don't have to sell it to me I like the idea this is what we can give you to work as long as you provide transition services so Kathy and another teacher actually the teach the kids and the transition program and then the farm has the adult a training but they collaborate the work together they take care of the animals together so it's a real nice collaboration well let's let people know how they can help you because you have a fundraiser coming up boots wine and dine under the stars for special hearts farm on December seventh tell us about the event well we had these are the first annual event last year and it was very successful we threw it together in a matter of I think three months but we had we had a hundred and thirty seven attendees which was used for at the first event sure we had many silent auction items corporate sponsors and at the end of the day we decided this was a great event beloved it we had live music country music and we served for reverse barbecue what came out took lakes winery and really enjoy themselves and said that love to do it again so we're doing our second annual this year we're pretty much following the same venue we are hoping for additional attendance of course and we have a great silent auction running and we'll have the same country bands are playing and the food is again going to be farmers when when when well it sounds like it's going to be terrific again this year how do people get tickets they can go to our website at special hearts farm dot com and there's a tab there where they can get the details there there's actually an event tap that they could they would go on to and then you can buy individual tickets you can do corporate sponsorships and if you can attend you can always donate there as well which we've been getting a lot of donations lately and you certainly what monetary donations as you're building up that some other some other things you need from people we love to have volunteers we do tours all the time at the farm for groups we have organizations that have come out and help volunteer work long side the young adults which is really wonderful so we're we're very open we'd love to give tours so and as far as people who are kind of bringing their talents are you looking for people who have gardening and to knowledge about animals yes that would be wonderful but with even those with didn't have knowledge and wanted to learn more about the animals I think I myself I would not I don't have I don't have a lot of background with farming or gardening and I've learned a tremendous amount from these animals it it's it's pretty incredible and I feel like just being out there outdoors with them and they all have special names and the de young adults will will be the first to give you a tour and tell you what their favorite animals aren't with their favorite job is on the farm and and so I feel like eight it's open to anybody we've done we did kindergarten can guard class came out and did a little field trip we've done on senators and representatives of come out with their groups the school board we open were open to any organizations that want to come out see what we do and also help us I don't think we mention the location other than the campus what what part of town is that in it's in winter garden and it's in it's at the old maxi elementary school which is on maple street something interesting you you mentioned like to circle back to is that you've learned a lot about these things like agriculture it must be really cool that you and your son earning at the same time yes it really is I I have so much fun we have what we call a communication log because a lot of our students don't communicate or maybe don't communicate at all or do communicate a little bit with sign language my son he's very rooted in his communication so they have a calm log in communication log that goes home every day and it tells them with the dead but farm jobs they did what they did with the vegetables if they made the goat milk soap what kind of sense they made what kind of day they had and it's really great every day he comes home we sat down and we go over that communication log and I can share what he's done during the day even when I'm not there to see and and how do you interact with them when you're looking at the logs are you asking about it or he's pointing out things asking questions he'll he'll say yes or he'll repeat what I say held you know XP I got a you may go milk soap today yes so so he's some it's a great way to communicate with temperature pressure I mean I know as a parent we like those moments that we can kind of get a little glimpse into what they're going through during the day absolutely and so you said that he is there he was one of the original three and so he's there with with others who have been his friends for awhile so how does that feel for him I feel like he's he feels more like he's in a community setting I you know when when our kids go to school system there are special special classes in each school and not all schools have the classes that are available students luckily enough he was at his home middle school and had a lot of friends there well some of those friends went on to West Orange high school for the pro that program the educause at the ESE classroom exceptional education classroom and then he went on to talk to doctor Phillips high school so now they're back together at the farm and it's like the old home you know it's it's like high fives and and they know each other or they get each other so it's really exciting to see that and tell me a little bit more about the plans for the future I mean again the numbers suggest blossomed already in the short period of time so that that does suggest as you said there's such a need and you have this exciting opportunity so how what is the plan for the growth well right now we're going to be limited because we have the fourteen portables we don't have the main building of the school that is still Orange County is going to be putting in a maintenance facility there but we have the fourteen portables in there really awful now and we have a little over an acre of land but in order to grow and to add more young adults will need more space and then once again we're thinking in a long term or even short term if you think about that you know we were aging my husband and I are both getting older and once we pass away or if we're unable to take care of our son where would he go and so we were looking at this forever home where would be a kind of a ranch house style where the kids could live and they would be supported with you no problem coop the families but will grow as a late will have more land we're looking for five acres five to eight acres of land and then we'll have more growth opportunity and more availability for those young adults that are in that needed more care and their family is no longer able to do that in a more immediate sense of what the plan for the money she raised at the boots wine and dine under the stars well we're actually looking at real estate right now so is it that future home that forever future home is is something that we need to look at pretty quickly and of course we want to stay in our community because it's so important in our kids grew up and the doctor Phillips the winter garden area Goethe area we don't want to move out to Lake County when we could be right in that community where people know our our our children and they know they're in their community whether it be the restaurants or shops or on into going into the library at the YMCA so we want to stay within the community and of course real estate in that area can be expensive so the immediate needs of the farm would be to start looking at real estate and looking and investing and would like to have a piece of property that would have a ranch house or a barn and a ranch house already on it and then we would just expound on that well sounds amazing so let's let people know once again how they can get tickets and what will happen on December seventh okay what number seven we are having boots for a second.
"educause" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The cheese radio network board touchdowns hundred seventy eight yards passing for Pablo homes the reigning NFL MVP all in the second quarter. literally all four touchdowns in the second quarter. and nothing else now that they moved up and down the field. the rest of the game and they about the type of yards but they only scored in the second quarter. you just that. one of those quirks of the NFL really sports can be quirky however more than enough. in the bay area on the dirt field in Oakland it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio compatible homes with this historic second quarter performance and they get the win they moved into a no but you can understand why they don't want to rest on that we just did not hit on the place I mean we it was the same game plan as the the we kind of stayed the same game plan called the same place we had on him in the second quarter we miss them and let and other parts of the game and so I mean we had a great quarter but as a as a off and so we were it was too much sloppiness I guess I guess you would say I want to be an efficient as we we usually are like tip my hat to all the cheese. they they made some great plays on a barrage of plays in about a five minute period it. really turn this game around. a difficult game on a short week for some problem our team we did not quit. we turn the ball over a couple times in the second half we have some pre snap penalties on both sides that are inexcusable. Jon Gruden. sounds like. the Jon Gruden that we got to know long before he was in the broadcast booth I can even hear the scale wall. and now that he's not talking about Antonio right every day if you're better. so I. the raiders have gained a ton of fans through this whole situation with Antonio brown how they handled it not to mention being on hard knocks. and certainly. the drama has left the building. and while they may not win the AFC west they may not make the playoffs I would agree with him the team shows a lot of fight and your car had some poor decisions at the mention there were some turnovers and penalties. but this is not gonna be a cupcake it's not like you should pick the raiders are that the team that's playing the raiders every week in your survivor pool speaking of that. so my mom picked the Browns week number one in the survivor pulled of course she was out in week number one ever really bad because I wanted her to have fun playing and this is our first time I convinced her to play and she's like okay I'll do that all big pick and then of course the browser out in we number one so I feel terrible I told her she could make my picks the rest of the way I had no idea it was going to be so complicated so on Saturday that I've tried to explain to her the options and die she didn't want to pick the patriots because she wants to save them for what it's really important that Mike mob if you don't win we can ever do week number three. but she's no she said that she wants to face the patriots so then I said to or okay well here's some other teams that I you know I think have a real good chance to win Baltimore being one of them against yours own up and she said. I and I kid you not this is the exact text that she sent back to me in fact I tweeted that on Saturday night because it made me laugh so hard. I don't know anything about anything so I'm going to make my choices geographically. I don't know what that means she's not in Baltimore she's in Houston I did actually I mean she could have picked the Houston Texans. but the fact that she is going to be maker picture geographically my picks geographically. it's like picking your March madness bracket based on mascots or color uniforms so you know we may not be long for survivor islands. it's after hours with AB lords on CBS sports radio yeah I don't know anything about anything so all picked geographically where do eight by five two one two four two two seven that they five five two one two four CBS Troy is with being in South Carolina welcome to after hours. you have to turn down the radio listen to me. hello yeah radio thirty second behind even talk to me. Amy are you how do you say when they star or call your thoughts to you about Michael I think the goal should be to be to what all right now you code process playing good up they got these little good out there what it is is. was going home with Adam military who are the ms initial point in in field goals all the said I know he's a hall of Famer and he's about a hundred years old but why is he all of a sudden midfield goes I think he called his offers gate. he said that to actually and there may be an announcement from him tomorrow apparently he is contemplating retirement I don't know why he probably doesn't know the wise either it's not like he's all of a sudden forgotten to kick and the two field goals that he missed the last week or actually shorter than extra points and so to me it's mental right now it's mental he thought he missed a couple of extra points on Sunday is well below the colds did win so yeah you could blame him but but you also need to give him credit for the number of games that he's won for the calls to and and as you point out he is all a favor he's also the NFL's all time leading scorer and he's forty six so not quite half of one hundred but he did tell multiple reporters on Sunday as he was leaving the stadium that that we would hear from him tomorrow meeting the media and then the media tried to remind him that he doesn't have to show up on Monday but he doesn't have to be at the facility on Monday and he said no you'll definitely be hearing from him tomorrow so it's safe to assume that he's contemplating is options that he's he may be leaning toward retirement I hope that's not the case because I would hate to see him go out like this and less of course there is that injury there sometime an injury that we don't know about he's trying to play through it but he also has a lot of pride and this is not a guy who would want to remain the starting kicker for his team in the valley could couldn't do the job no the reports coming out of Indianapolis our that the team is is not inclined to cut them they're not looking for another kicker they're willing to ride it out with him I mean for heaven's sake they just lost their pro ball quarterback so kicker is probably the least of their concerns right now but it does sound like he's he's thinking hard and long about about the start to the season. yeah not me I don't want to see him go in if they are you know I like a book you don't say yeah he's he's done he's done great for a while seeing what not but I just wonder why all of a sudden right yeah right now I mean I'm sure it's meant to try if you think about it there's no way he forgot how to kick there's no way all of a sudden the mechanics are different I mean he he's it's it's mental even the best of the best go through mental blocks now and then so of course every time he steps up to address that football heat it there's like a million thoughts going through his brain as you can imagine yeah yeah well thank you Amy I enjoy the show an awesome you you have a great rest you wanted to arrest you morning all right thanks to have a great Monday eight five five two one two four two two seven share it is listing in Ventura California Jerd welcome to after hours hi how you doing Amy great. alright I want to talk about the ravens like even though they're often to burn press is like mark Jackson is playing like a monster you know young Hollywood brown they're tied in everything but I felt like late in the second half light. their defense is breaking down like especially their secondary their people white light Larry fitzgerald getting open about like five yards. why I would I would I would concerned all like man this is the cardinals were not paint plane the patriots here. yeah I mean think about it though Kyler Murray has done this to a lot of teams in a lot of defenses and so I agree with you I think they had a bit of a let down it's hard to keep track of that guy though I'm telling you what he's shifty and he's elusive and die here Larry fitzgerald is all I have already developed quite a nice report up so I I think you should give some of the credit to Kyler Murray educause Kingsbury and after seeing what the ravens were doing on defense no doubt there adjusting as well. per share light because I have I respect for Colin Murray because I've been watching everybody trash Lamar Jack and for the last offseason. you know I need to get because and then they're saying column are merry too short like I I would read about I was I was nervous you know all the all manner they really gonna make a comeback against us you know like I would I would geared today. our like the lions yeah course yeah and I and everybody like all you know the raven guard I'm sorry that the cardinal they're not they're not sound like a you better watch being because I think they can be nasty out yeah I think the more that cliff Kingsbury in color Murray played games be together and the more the rest of the offense plays with him in you know games in situations that matter the better he's going to get right now it's such a feeling out process it it always is for rookie quarterbacks and that the office the blind they're trying to rebuild it so there's it in and let's not forget that the learning curve for cliff Kingsbury as well as his first year in the NFL and so I think that they're going to be dangerous the defense is already pretty tough and physical I don't know how many games they'll win but I do like the fact that we're seeing Murray figure it out what we're watching him learn on the job which is really neat. party members did one more thing do you think a lot more Jackson was looking pretty shifty today he came out from not running at all ages do anything again and he was that it looked like. they couldn't read yeah I know he he definitely has the that the dual threat any definitely is the guy who can make defenders math and I appreciate his confidence right now he's he's full of confidence but I do not want to see him carrying the ball that much I get it I.
"educause" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Who writes it's the sub come junk to vital. ridge probably saying that sub conjunct divide Ole hemorrhage not a big deal I'm an eye doctor don't make too big a deal and look silly well no I'm I'm not as yeah I got a little bit humor going on here but Dr if you're a presidential candidate who's already being accused of being senile on national television. you probably don't want your eye to fill up with blood while you're on stage in the middle of a debate. and of course it's a reasonable question is this a new health problem. a man whose nearing eighty years old as he appears to want to run for president I mean again as others all week he doesn't ever seem to really have as hard in. the other day when Biden said well you know I mean. I seen what eight years in the White House I don't live there but I don't wanna hear hail that she was not aware of it do you want to run for president don't you. you want to be president are you just running. for the heck of it. eight hundred six five five Mike Alfa we'll start with you how I do an album. right good long time what is your idea what best way I can explain it is the episodes of Sanford son when Esther calls brand of three shots full. yeah but but I don't. with the black lives up to the heavens you start saying we usually I'm coming I'm coming to easy we got a real they're gonna have a real problem. yeah one he's almost there I don't know see that's the thing I mean that match the this is the part of this whole process that like it or not. the Democrats have to contend with all of us do I mean let's let's get the break did you get the brit Hume kit kat forming paths from from checker crossing show night before last I thought Tucker was going to fall off the chair when brit Hume said this out loud. but it you know brit Hume is speculating that Joe Biden is grappling with stages of senility use that word. and you know. Brett was and and Britt was saying Hey when you get my age Biden's educause bridge up there as well we all get up there we all want to be out there I'm not trying to to mock the aging process it's tough you know the old joke getting older than for sisters. not for babies you got to be you got to be kind of tough it's hard to go through. you know things happen to your body you don't want to happen. here here is a great example. I mean nobody why you shouldn't have hair growing out of yours or your nose things happen you know. but. when you have this kind of background where you've had an aneurysm you've had brain surgery and then your eyes filling with blood. wow I think it's a pretty big deal. eight hundred six five five Mike one open line here's John John how are you. hi Mike it's really more like what causes that I believe and it's in a Google in it and I did earlier and I lost it but but there are interesting reasons one is I think an internal stress like a sudden burst of laughter and I'm wondering if it's along those directions it makes us more interesting what caused it it's not it's it's it's well and the and the stuff that I and the stuff that I've read John says like you said like this because sometimes when you sneeze role harder you laugh or or or high blood pressure or some kind of stress but I mean John the man standing on a stage in front of millions of viewers well you know debating. so if it's a subject that he's debating then or the pressure of coming up with something I mean you know it could happen again right right I guess I mean and again and it to play the video if you see it it it doesn't look like a normal wow that's a little broken blood vessels I mean I'm not kidding it looks like some out of a movie this whole left dies horse looking really and when I saw the clip originally to see his whole left eye is real real dark and then you realize holy crap it's blood. it's like literally blood. there's an interesting back and forth between representative Dan.
"educause" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Ridge probably saying that sub conjunctivitis hemorrhage not a big deal I'm an eye doctor don't make too big a deal and look silly well no I'm I'm not as yeah I got a little bit humor going on here but Dr if you're a presidential candidate who's already being accused of being senile on national television. you probably don't want dry to fill up with blood while you're on stage in the middle of a debate. and of course it's a reasonable question is this a new health problem. one man whose nearing eighty years old as he appears to want to run for president I mean again as of this whole week he doesn't ever seem to really have as hard in. the other day when Biden said well you know I mean. I see what eight years in the White House I don't live there but I don't wanna hear hail the chief is not like where do you want to run for president don't you. you want to be president are you just running. for the heck of it. eight hundred six five five my gal then we'll start with you how you doing album. very good long time what is your idea of what the best way I can explain it the episodes of Sanford son when Esther calls for it a three shot hole. yeah but but I don't. with the black lives up to the heavens you start saying wheezing common I'm coming to easy we got a world they're gonna have a real problem. yeah one is almost there I don't know see that's the thing I mean then that's the this is the part of this whole process that like it or not. the Democrats have to contend with all of us do I mean let's let's get the bread did you get the brit Hume conforming paths from from Tucker Carlson show night before last I thought Tucker was going to fall off the chair when brit Hume said this out loud. but it you know brit Hume is speculating that Joe Biden is grappling with stages of senility use that word. and do you know Brett was and and Britt was saying Hey when you get my age Biden's educause bridge up there as well we all get up there we all want to be out there I'm not trying to to mock the aging process it's tough you know the old joke getting older than for sissies. not for babies you got to be you got to be kind of tough it's hard to go through. you know things happen to your body you don't want to happen. here here is a great example. I mean nobody why you shouldn't have your grown out of yours or your nose things happen you know. but. when you have this kind of background where you've had an aneurysm you've had brain surgery and then your eyes filling with blood. wow I think it's a pretty big deal. eight hundred six five five Mike one open line here's John John how are you. hi Mike it's really more like what causes that I believe and it's in a grueling that and I did earlier and I lost it but but there are interesting reasons one is I think an internal stress like a sudden burst of laughter and I'm wondering if it's along those directions it makes us more interesting is what caused it it's not it's it's it's not that I and the stuff that I've read John says like you said like this because sometimes when you sneeze role harder you laugh or or or high blood pressure or some kind of stress but I mean John the man standing on a stage in front of millions of viewers well you know debate so if it's a subject that he's debating then or the pressure of coming up with something I mean you know it could happen again right right I guess I mean I I and again and it to play the video if you see it it doesn't look like a normal wound a little broken blood vessels I mean I'm not kidding it looks like some out of a movie this whole left dinosaurs looking really and when I saw the clip originally to see his whole left eye is real real dark and then you realize holy crap it's blood. it's like literally blood. it is interesting back and forth between representative Dan.
"educause" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Describe to us in layman's terms what is edge computing what is this need for computing at the so called edge sure so if you look at the traditional way of cloud computing generally Amazon Google and Microsoft have data centers around the world and that's where all the applications and content get Sir from sense enough the templates cloud system you have these resources available at the edge at already close to the consumer and so this as could be something like the same kind of resources available on the base station near a neighborhood or these could be metro data centers be some other kind of for many data centers that the people are starting to build and so the idea is instead of data center which is hundreds or thousands of miles away it could be only a few miles away give an advantage to an doesn't put Amazon Microsoft Google and disadvantage with the cloud businesses I think it does put them at a certain disadvantage because the templates clouds business is pretty straight forward in the sense that you build a data center St you make it available for developers for the edge business you really need to partner with the the players who are who have real estate assets at the edge and generally these are the mobile operators or the power companies or the metro datacenter providers and as such they have to string together a number of these partnerships around the world to make and that fabric that developers like where they can access the applications at the edge but this also means that the newer players will enter the ecosystem is not just the top three or top five on the cloud computing guys that Lee dominate that'll dominate the educause system I think given the distributed nature of the the entire edge framework you're likely to see many more players in every country emerge and work with ecosystem and the developers to essentially provide at.
"educause" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Report the tech guy eighty eight eighty eight S. Leo the phone number so let's talk about this is a an article some a journal or other about the three months ago four months ago saying all my god Bluetooth headphones can cause cancer now they can't not not not anyway that anybody's ever measured and in fact the article cited concern from twenty fifteen from a number of scientists about ionizing radiation not from Bluetooth headphones but from cell phones but I keep you I hear this all the time and Blu people store started wearing Bluetooth headsets that even the air pods not even your phones which is the Bluetooth headsets everybody is very concerned and they went to the wired headsets until some bright boy pointed out you know actually a wired headset is actually more dangerous because their radio energies transmitted directly from the phone up the water here the Bluetooth radio is so low so low energy that is it's harmless we would expect of cellphones cause harm to have seen an increase in cancers in the regions near where you hold your cell phone that is in fact not the case in fact brain cancers actually training down over the last twenty years not up so there's there's really no evidence there's the potential sure hi energy radio frequency waves can be damaging to cells but there's zero evidence that the lower energy that's being sent out by the radios in these devices or your headphones is in any way danger so don't worry about that however there is a legitimate dangers you should be concerned about which is that people when they wear these ear buds these loose fitting ear buds don't hear as well because ambient noise leaks through and so they tend to turn them up way too loud and when it when headphones headphones are very dangers because they're right there on the year especially in the ear headphones there right there in the ear drum and it's easy to over drive them to turn up so loud that they damage your hearing and that is a real cause for concern especially with kids so there are couple of solutions to this one is to wear headphones in here if you like the in ear headphones because they're smaller and lighter so we're in your headphones that seal better and a number of companies jobber it's my favorite but they make very similar headphones to air pots but they seal they have customizable tips and you pick a tip that will give you the best deal that means the base is better there's ambient noise reduction is better and you tend not to turn them up as loud also I have to admire as some phone manufacturer Samsung is one of them who have warnings when you turn up your volume past a certain point it really about seventy percent saying that you care for you can't be don't turn these up too loud they're also had phone manufacturers I've all pointed at a moto X. a comical edit mode X. E. T. Y. M. O. T. I. C. S. I love the antibiotics they make in the ear monitors with flanges that seal some people are uncomfortable there makes me cough or something but I really like these they sealed so they're really better than even noise canceling headphones for air travel things like that and then a moto X. makes a line called animal X. kids their headphones that can't be turned up to the point where they're damaging to children's hearing if you're gonna get headphones for kids don't use apple's ear buds don't use apple's earpods get the automotives kids they're not expensive I think the thirty or forty Bucks and they will protect your kids hearings hearing you can also wear over the ear headphones that's what I we're as I work all day I'm wearing AKG headphones money radios professionals were similar headphones are you'll see these in recording studios will because they're comfortable there over the ear but these like any had phone have the issue that you can turn them up too loud and so that's really the the message and I I'm surprised actually the apple hasn't to my knowledge they don't have a limiter in their headphones stack the keeps it from going too loud maybe they just can't be turned up loud enough and it all they they don't I don't think they warn you tell me if they do but I've never seen a warning from apple about turning my head phones up to a I do think the earpods are overpriced not very good they fall out of people's ears there's one size one size doesn't fit all I just don't think that I don't I don't have the love for parts of the state but they don't cause cancer all say that right now there is no evidence that cause cancer in the end the intent of the radiation anyway on those is not in your year it's it's that little thing that's protruding down from your year and they're probably better frankly the whole they mean if you're worried about radiation they're certainly better the holding the cell phone up to your ear or to a wired headphones if that's what you're worried about I don't think you need to it's ironic that people are recommending we'll all get along use wired headphones that a Bluetooth so much safer now the radio frequency they radio educause right up it's like putting an antenna on your head right up in your head Ferris Northridge California Leo laporte the tech I have first I'm well how are you yeah may get your best speak on one second thank you I appreciate it for us okay does she do for one I got is G. V. twenty very nice and doubt the problem is the reception I have to do it several times our goal on the what do you call it deftly in mold and get back to get deception Mike is that at cricket and I'm in the market for a new phone I'm void are you know the four wheel of a motor le if she sat along unfortunately when we review phones and I when I say we I mean that detect reviewers in general we often don't review antenna quality it because it's hard to do without special equipment and so when you get poor signal a lot of that may be the cricket doesn't have a tower near you you know that there that are there places that you just don't get a signal from cricket might not be the cell phone although I have to say that remember the old cell phones I think fares you're probably old enough to remember the old cell phones within ten as they came out right this stuck up are you I I used to use certain forms since it too sell it so those were much better they what I broke a many times right you have to replace it but that was a much better antenna consumers didn't like so so all the modern cellphones have antennas in the body of the phone which means it's not a it's not as good because it's not coming out of the phone your hand attenuates the signal in many cases affect apple had to scramble over its iPhone four because of something they called antenna gate people would look at the bars on their phone if they held their phone in a normal fashion the bars was slowly go four three two one zero eight two which Steve Jobs replied well you're holding it wrong that was not the correct answer so cricket could be the problem you know I am trying to remember who cricket there are there are read and eat at eighteen T. I. okay so their reseller eighteen T. so it may be that eighteen tease coverage in your area isn't as good as others you know Verizon might be better T. mobile might be better sprint might be better although as far as I know sprints only good in Kansas city but but anyway that's what that could be one issue it could also be though that and I don't know because nobody reviews and ten a quality that LG LGV twenty is an excellent phones from every other aspect I love it yeah so my my all my only qualm is I could say yet try the moto you might like it better but I don't know if it has a better antenna my sense is they're all pretty much terrible because they're in the they're in the body right and and your hand is over it and so maybe whole maybe you are holding it wrong maybe Steve Jobs right we should hold it with the pincer between a famine forefinger and hold it high in the air I don't know this is a universal problem we all have it drops calls are just weak signal I do I don't know what the answer is I don't know and I know I'm let me look and see if there's somebody who does that it's an expensive bit of gear to measure cell phone antenna effectiveness and I I've outside the FCC I doubt many tech publications have a but let me see if I can find reviews see.
"educause" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They'll appoint the tech guy KT eighty eight S. Leo the phone number so let's talk about this is a an article some a journal or other about the three months ago four months ago saying oh my god Bluetooth headphones can cause cancer now they can't not not not anyway that anybody's ever measured and in fact the article cited the concern from twenty fifteen from a number of scientists about ionizing radiation not from Bluetooth headphones but from cell phones but I keep I hear this all the time and look people straight start wearing Bluetooth headsets that even the air pods not even your phones which is the Bluetooth headsets everybody is very concerned and they went to the wired headsets until some bright boy pointed out you know actually a wired headset is actually more dangerous because their radio energy is transmitted directly from the phone up the walk here the Bluetooth radio is so low so low energy that it's it's harmless we would expect of cellphones cause harm to have seen an increase in cancers in the regions near where you hold yourself on that is in fact not the case affect brain cancers actually training down over the last twenty years not up so there's there's really no evidence there's the potential sure hi energy radio frequency waves can be damaging to cells but there's zero evidence that the lower energy that's being sent out by the radios in these devices or your headphones is anyway danger so don't worry about that however there is a legitimate dangers you should be concerned about which is the people when they wear these ear buds these loose fitting ear buds don't hear as well because ambient noise leaks through and so they tend to turn them up way too loud and when it would headphones headphones are very dangers because they're right there on the year especially in the ear headphones there right there in the ear drum and it's easy to over drive them to turn up so let the damage your hearing and that is a real cause for concern especially with kids so there couple of solutions to this one is to wear headphones in here if you like the in ear headphones because they're smaller and lighter so where in your headphones that seal better and a number of companies jobber is my favorite but they make very similar headphones to air pots but they see all they have customizable tips and you pick a tip that will give you the best deal that means the base is better there's ambient noise reduction is better and you tend not to turn them up as loud also I have to admire as some phone manufacturer Samsung is one of them who have warnings we turn up your volume past a certain point it really about seventy percent saying that you care for you can't be don't turn these up too loud they're also had phone manufactures I've I'll point to edit mode execrable edit mode X. ET Y. M. O. T. I. C. S. I love the antibiotics they make in the ear monitors with flanges that seal some people are uncomfortable there next call for something but I really like these they sealed so they're really better than even noise canceling headphones for air travel things like that an animal X. makes a line called animal X. kids their headphones that can't be turned up to the point where they're damaging to children's hearing if you're gonna get headphones for kids don't use apple's ear buds don't use apple's earpods get the automotives kids they're not expensive I think the thirty or forty Bucks and they will protect your kids hearings hearing you also were over the ear headphones that's what I we're as I work all day I'm wearing AKG headphones money radios professionals were similar headphones are you'll see these in recording studios will because they're comfortable there over the ear but these like any had phone have the issue that you can turn them up too loud and so that's really the the message that I I'm surprised actually the apple hasn't to my knowledge they don't have a limiter in their headphones that the keeps it from going too loud maybe they just can't be turned up loud enough and it all they they don't I don't think they warn you tell me if they do but I've never seen a warning from apple about turning my head phones up to a I do think the earpods are overpriced not very good they fall out of people's ears there's one size one size doesn't fit all I just don't think that I don't I don't have the love for parts of the state but they don't cause cancer all say that right now there is no evidence that cause cancer in the end the intent of the radiation anyway on those is not in your year it's it's that little things protruding down from your here and they're probably better frankly the hold I mean if you're worried about race there certainly better the holding the cell phone up to your ear or to a wired headphones if that's what you're worried about I don't think you need to it's ironic that people are recommending we'll all get along use wired headphones that a Bluetooth so much safer now the radio frequency the radio educause right up it's like putting an antenna on your head right up in your head Ferris Northridge California legal port the tech I have first I'm well how are you yeah get your that speak at once thank you I appreciate it for us okay all the one I got is G. V. twenty very nice yeah the problem is the reception I have to do it several times our goal India medical definition mold and get back to get deception Mike is that at cricket and I'm in the market for a new phone I'm void are you know the four wheel a mature le is G. settle long unfortunately when we review phones and I when I say we I mean the tech reviewers in general we often don't review antenna quality it because it's hard to do without special equipment and so when you get poor signal a lot of that may be the cricket doesn't have a tower near you you know that there that are there places that you just don't get a signal from cricket might not be the cell phone although I have to say that remember the old cell phones I think fares you probably will not remember the old cell phones within ten as they came out right this stuck up are you I I used to use since one since it you too the sell out so that those were much better that way I broke a many times right after place it but that was a much better antenna consumers didn't like him so so all the modern cell phones have antennas in the body of the phone which means it's not a it's not as good because not coming out of the phone your hand attenuates the signal in many cases affect apple had to scramble over its iPhone four because of something they called antenna gate people would look at the bars on their phone if they held their phone in a normal fashion the bars was slowly go four three two one zero to which Steve Jobs replied well you're holding it wrong that was not the correct answer so cricket could be the problem you know I am trying to member who cricket there are there are read in eighteen T. okay so their reseller eighteen T. so it may be that eighteen tease coverage in your area isn't as good as others you know Verizon might be better T. mobile might be better sprint might be better although as far as I know sprints only good in Kansas city but but anyway that's what that could be one issue it could also be though that and I don't know because nobody reviews antenna quality that LG LGV twenty an excellent phones from every other aspect I love it yeah so my my my only qualm as I could say yet try the moto you might like it better but I don't know if it has a better into my sense is they're all pretty much terrible because they're in the they're in the body right and and your hand is over it and so maybe whole maybe you are holding it run maybe Steve Jobs right we should hold it with the pincer between Fellman forefinger and hold it high in the air I don't know this is a universal problem we all have it drops calls are just weak signal I don't know what the answer is I don't know and I know I'm let me look and see if there's somebody who does that it's an expensive bit of gear to measure cell phone antenna effectiveness and not outside the FCC I doubt many tech publications have a but let me see if I can find reviews.
"educause" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Right the president has responded to the criticism that he isn't door after he went on a Twitter rant yesterday calling out the squad before freshman congresswoman okay secret as to leave Omar and the last one hold on help me out here get that Presley I am a present and he was asked about this ad made in America day at the White House today if you're not happy here then you can leave as far as I'm concerned if you hate our country if you're not happy here you can leave and that's what I say all the time that's what I said in a tweet which I guess some people think is controversial a lot of people love it by the way lot of people love it but if you're not happy in the U. S. if you're complaining all the time very simply you can leave you can leave right now come back if you want don't come back it's okay to but if you're not happy you can leave you don't let me just say that what goes around comes around this is this this love it or leave it was also an anthem in the early nineteen seventies when there was criticism of America and of the White House vote of Nixon and the war and all the other things were going on in that very very tense time in American history so you know that love or leave it is fine you can always say that but it's not the American way and this idea that dump trump says letter later one of rock about today don't like what I'm gonna leave it leave the country you have to change anything just leave the country and then there's a bunch of morons regular plot against like that's a good idea I mean I just want people to stop and imagine Barack Obama saying these things and then see how you feel about it it's not really well thought out and then there's Lindsey Graham I'm not sure if he comes down on different sides and sometimes bizarrely he is he is he is here's the thing he now one one thing for sure Lindsey Graham as you get a little bit of a fight and hands on twenty twenty and he's hoping as Donald Trump is vice president shopping that he's going to get the tap here right because pens I don't know if you've been following this our last week but there's some clear things about pens here that the team to be falling off the tree right there there was they they floated the idea of Nikki Haley being on the ticket and then they floated the idea of a funk at trump being on the ticket with Donald Trump but it's clear that pence's out and now there's a new book and I think the reason is there's a book coming out about the decision to make pence the vice president and what happened there and there are some quotes from pence in there that the presence not Catholic so I think that's kind of where we're heading here in and send it would make a lot of sense of pens were down the ticket so so you get Lindsey Graham going on fox and friends and he's a sighting he's going to make his stand we all know that a see in this crowd or a bunch of communist they hate Israel they hate our own country they're calling the guards longer border the border patrol agents concentration camp guards they accuse people who support Israel of doing it for the Benjamins their anti semitic anti America don't get that aim higher we don't need to know anything about them personally talk about their policy just like the president was doing right exactly well that's what he's he's he was he was coming to defense of the is like a presence rhetoric right there but he's but he's coming out of the policies but he's saying you know let's talk about the policies here and that is in what you are talking about is the policies right I mean these are people who are making their stand about the policies it where where they feel where they come down and is really gonna route or just go with it but the beautiful part of it is the people of Minnesota the people of New York for the people of Michigan get to make a decision they get to vote for or against these people in their districts and that's and they are elected officials right lately recently like Lindsey Graham is in South Carolina and people get to elect them or this select them and that's the crazy part of where we are here in America this is it that doesn't count the democracy and all these other things founding fathers constitution Hamilton musical all of that doesn't count for anything anymore it's all about we're living in this moment is Donald trump's world if if he likes it then it's okay if he doesn't like you your dad you're an enemy of the people you are the it's the you got to leave the country you don't like it and you know I can't and that to me is unacceptable because that's what he's saying I know it isn't I know he can't really enforce that certainly would have been your these ice rates which was we're gonna get the whole bit but the X. raids I mean what kind of day it was it that was all about him sounding tough in making a big you know big state but here's what we're gonna do sort of sending an imagery in his bases mines that this is gonna be you know Fateh can interesting about people and you get to go yeah we did it but there's no evidence it was done no edit at a level any different than would be normal operations for ice cry because they do it all the time to be doing it for years they've been doing it they were doing in the Obama administration they were doing in the bush administration they were doing the Clinton administration they were they've been doing this for years going and taking people of a country that I've overstayed their welcome in some cases never walk in the first place okay we get that but making it into this big spectacle get everybody I have and he doesn't intentionally because a good driver being that's because he wants to be severed educause all you do is talk about it and that's all I'm doing let's find out from can't what's happened but only our news the number of children Chicago children living in violent neighborhoods on the rise Edison is now closed on the north side ahead of.