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"eighteen year" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"And killed in soto eighteen -year old niana alan bailey now charged with first -degree murder after she allegedly shot him and left him in the street to die over the next several days court documents reveal alan bailey drove geta's vehicle quote all over seattle did and not tell anyone what she had done as drivers we are terrified we are we are you know it's it's making our work more dangerous the seattle ride share drivers association executive director said geta was from copia and leaves behind a wife and two young children the driver amara was a very gentleman a very nice person and worked as a ride share driver for over fourteen years alan bailey first told officers she purchased the vehicle off of offer up and then later changed her story that she was walking through downtown before approaching data is convicted of these charges she could face a minimum of twenty five years in prison she scheduled is to be appear back in court on august twenty eighth canonos kamonos the sourdough fire continues to burn their diablo lake in the north cascades and the extreme heat were experiencing is only making it harder for firefighters highway twenty still closed from the east creek trailhead new alem after lightning sparked the fire in high more than twenty nine hundred acres of burned in the fire is only eleven percent contained the man accused of starting an explosive fire at an encampment at mercer street near i five in seattle claims the fire was an accident now faces suspicion of reckless burning charges a neighbor who did not want to be identified was shocked to learn the fire was close to a natural gas line it absolutely insane protecting ten plus people over about two thousand innocent people no one was injured according to seattle bruce mayor herald the city and state do t are working to remove people from that encampment and off the street a homeless encampment along nisbon avenue in north seattle will be cleared today according to signs posted by the city those those signs say all property must be removed by nine a m and were put up just a day after fire swept through that of part the camp nobody was hurt in that fire either it's now four thirty nine the street called the busiest in snohomish county by local leaders is now officially reopened a hundred ninety six three two linwood has been a maze orange of barrels for years but now it's back to wide open thoroughfare that carries tens of thousands of cars each day linwood mayor christine frizzle says box we have room for people with baby carriages we have room for people who are mobility it's great for them it's great for all of us to be more inclusive a hundred and ninety six street now has a median where a center left turn line used to be which means opportunities fewer to make left turns officials believe that'll reduce the number of it is now 440 in time to check the beacon plumbing sports desk A. tenuous for his time friends the oscar hinandos and josh rojas all homeward and a seven run fourth inning as the earners outscored the kansas city royals ten to eight in ten innings the
"eighteen year" Discussed on WJR 760
"Savings this is msu white on this episode of msu today all about the college admissions an application process particularly at michigan state university my name is johnny embryos on the executive director of admissions here at michigan state university i'm honored to serve in this i've this capacity been executive director now for about a year and a half but i've been with the university for uh... almost eighteen years and so prior to coming to michigan state uh... i was at marygrove college where served as admissions counselor senior admissions counselor i worked my way up to director and eventually was appointed dean of students before transitioning to come here on two thousand and eight console uh... the world of admissions is an interesting account of backed into uh... and so i was are working in corporate america and i i was really looking for something new to do and was really involved in sales and so home i'd never uh... of college admissions aso way to utilize my skill set but everything i did in that time from graduating from college and working in corporate sales uh... has benefited me since i got into the profession and so uh... i've really enjoyed it but being alongside spiring young scholars and young people uh... is what keeps me involved in engaged in it and so there was something about it for me in terms of college home being a first -generation student which a lot of people still shocked me that so many people are first -generation home especially after all this country has gone through and all the emphasis on education but in that space i just remember losing my dad my first semester freshman year and he was my muse he was the reason i did everything and when he passed away i had to figure out what i wanted to do for myself and so i spent the next six and a half years at western and growing up learning more about who i was as a person and what kind of human i wanted to to be in not only the things that he and my mother taught me and my other experiences but fearing how to use those things to become an adult and and to become a citizen and those kinds things and so but there was just something about college and being there so it was this great classroom equalizing that no other space when you leave high school can you go into um and it's diverse in the experience that you get you can come in with a mindset i'm just here to get the degree and you get it you can come in with i gotta find myself out who i want to be in life you can come in as an athlete you can come in and even say i'm only going to be here for a minute because i have a bigger mission and other things that i want to get out of life but ultimately it is a place where you can make mistakes and get up from them and they don't hurt as much as when you're just not in college and you make the same mistakes and so for me that was one of the greatest things because i was able to make mistakes when i didn't have anybody to tell me what else to do i had to pay for them but i didn't pay for them in the same kind of way and so for me it just became again this wonderful equalizer of understanding how the world operates and learning some of the larger lessons that never came in the classroom but essentially came outside of the classroom and networking and just the power of understanding the role or the gains or how do businesses make and being in that kind of space and working with different people is what made ultimately the difference for me so you know fast forward and i come back now i'm working for colleges an admissions counselor and i'm thinking i'm only here to get my master's degree i had to get this to get back to um my family it was amazing what happened for me when i was there but i had one of those crystallizing moments that just said this is where you belong this is where you've been working to get back to this and i had no idea so um this is where i'll be as long as the industry will have me what a great answer john and before we danny bringing and nadia uh... i'd you probably go to conferences on you've this too been and hitting on it but what are some of sort of the challenges and opportunities both in the admissions we hear about a decreasing demographic of college age kids but just what sort of the state and future of things the landscape is sold fraught with pressures right now for my peers and myself when it comes to thinking about uh... the the college admissions world everything from affirmative action uh... to the cost of education home to apathy their families are now having about whether or not colleges even a reasonable investment uh... you know even the k_-twelve preparation how prepared it was coming to the institution uh... you know because we worry about things like retention in graduation rate and everybody's trying to help us figure out how to be different than we are and and so there are so many different things that are involved everything from ap scores and you know being test optional and all the things that i know that they they worry about but there's but there's also a greater acknowledgement that young people have you and i had coming up we all share the same types of experiences but their mental awareness now is at another level that we didn't have and so that at now in the anxiety that they deal with in going through the process is probably in the next level of challenge that our industry will have to to manage and deal with from college admissions and so there are new things like assured missions and guaranteed admissions and test channel and all these things i mean we started with free up free college applications where money was a pressure so now with the anxiety being the next big pressure people are trying to find ways to make make the admissions process more enjoyable for the young more on the college I rocket we know buying a home is exciting and a bit overwhelming ready to buy a home but stressed about writing those big checks rocket can help you save when you 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Mind the Age Gap - Age Differences When Dating
"Thought begin to discuss dating and each gaps because because eventually updates men that are older than me as far as to eighteen years. Older than me appleseed guys are younger an out death notice complete So the instant to know your thoughts on if you have had a big age gap in Work for you I do have feigns. Relationships with guys are younger and the delight that at an rise ago. Veins or detail guys are older but that comes with disadvantages against both can come at advantages so they could wanted discuss. Yeah massively this is good because we haven't discussed this topic. Kappa is quite a big one because his very much. Like when you're on a dating choosing the a train that guy for and yeah I have dated someone. He was hanging out in the me when i was twenty. They will ferte and he had. It was actually. It was quite controlling relationship and yet didn't end. Well did you want to date For you as a twenty year old data Rt was that exciting. Or did you feel like you could see to your friends or hyundai zone. Is ten years older. Was it was more like a throwback way while it kinda just happened. What it was is one of my colleagues. He was dating her sister. And i went to a policy and we just got on everson and i didn't actually know how big of an age gap it was until till afterwards and then things moved very quickly and yeah my life my twenties. I think he was like two years of just Yeah like i missed out on those two years of my twenties and what twenty year old should be. Because i was dating someone who was ten years older and they were very much like this is how life has to be
Polis, 1st Openly Gay Governor Elected, Marries in Colorado
"America's first openly gay governor has tied the knot congratulations are in order for Colorado's Jared Polish he was the first openly gay man to be elected governor in the United States in twenty eighteen and now he's married first gentleman Marlon Reis his long time partner a writer in animal welfare advocate the two were married in a traditional Jewish ceremony attended by family and friends in boulder on Wednesday post and reset to children and nine year old daughter and a seven year old son they've been together for eighteen years but only got engaged in December as research preparing to be hospitalized after contracting cove in nineteen in a statement the couple said they're thankful for the opportunity to celebrate their life together as a married couple I'm Jennifer king
Who Killed Lois Duncan's Daughter: The Murder of Kaitlyn Arquette
"Lowest. Dunkin would receive a phone call. That would change her life forever. Caitlyn had been shot twice in the head while driving near downtown albuquerque and was in the hospital in critical condition less than twenty four hours later. Caitlin was dead and lois duncan found herself. Living the kind of nightmare. She had devoted her life to writing about. Lois would spend the next three decades trying unsuccessfully to unravel the mystery of her daughter's murder. Here's what we know about the crime around eleven pm on july sixteenth. A plainclothes detective drove by a car. That had hit a pole off the side of the road. On the corner of lomas east broadway near downtown albuquerque. There was a vw bug. Stop next to it. He saw no one at the site of the crash so he kept driving. I'm sorry what. How is it crashed car and another one right next to it at eleven o'clock at night not cause to stop an investigate. Common sense finally kicked in and the officer radioed end to see if the crash had been reported yet it hadn't so he decided to turn around and see. If i don't know a citizen might need help. By the time he got back to the scene of the crash the vw was gone. Oops am i right instead of the vw. Now some random guy was standing near the crash car when the detective asked what he was doing there. He said he just happened to be passing by turns out the reason. The officer didn't see anyone in the crashed car when he drove by without bothering to stop was because the driver had been shot twice in the head and was slumped over the wheel and she was still alive. This was kaitlyn arquette. Lois duncan's eighteen year old daughter.
The Unexpected Story of a Man and His Bear, Winnipeg
"The toys from our childhood. Stay with us long after we stop playing with them as adults we may lose track of a beloved stuffed animal or a fun action figure but we keep the memories. We remember how safe they made us feel and darkened bedroom or how much fun we had zooming them around the house as if they were flying and yet no matter what we all grow up and leave childish things behind but thanks to one man's impulsive decision. we learned. We don't have to let the past slip away. Not only can we hold onto it but we can share it with the people we love and keep that joy alive for generations to come harry. Colbourn was born in birmingham england in eighteen eighty seven. When he was eighteen years old he moved to ontario canada where he studied to become a veterinarian surgeon upon receiving his degree he settled in winnipeg in manitoba but duty would eventually call. Harry joined the military when world war one became too great to ignore and he hopped a train to quebec for basic training. It was on his way to the camp when he encountered an odd sight. A hunter had killed a black bear and taken. It's cub to sell at a local trading post. Harry gave them twenty dollars and in exchange he took possession of the bear cub which he named winnipeg after the town where he'd been living. His plan was to raise winnipeg for a little while before releasing her back into the forest. Unfortunately harry's plans change very quickly. Winnipeg became a hit among other troops. They played with her and let her stay in the bunks where. She slept under harry's kat that she grew however winnipeg got too big to live indoors and was relegated to outside like a kind of watch bear for the soldiers. The more time they spend together the harder it became for harry to let go. He in winnipeg had grown close. So close that. When he was ordered to go back to england to fight on the western front he refused to release the bear back into the wild he instead snuck her into the ship with the other troops together. They traveled to the second canadian. Infantry brigade camp near stonehenge in england. Harry let her roam free for a while they were there. She enjoyed playing on the large stones but he soon understood that he would have to give her up. There was just no way for winnipeg to go all the way with him to the front
Qualifier to Champion: Britain's Raducanu, 18, Wins US Open
"The eighteen year old became the first qualifier in grand slam tennis to win any major title and she did it without dropping a single set in either qualifying or the main draw you say I want to win a grand slam but to to have the belief I did and actually executing and winning Ross I I called believe it read account of finally stopped the giant killing run of nineteen year old Canadian Layla Fernandez closing out the one hour and fifty one minute match six four six three read account of had to take a medical timeout halfway through the final game to have a wound traded up to slipping during a point but Bradley to be the first British winner in New York since Virginia Wade in nineteen sixty eight I'm Graham like us
Teen Dream: Raducanu, 18, Fernandez, 19, Into US Open Final
"Two understated teenagers have made it through to the U. S. open women's final and one of them is a qualifier unprecedented nineteen year old Canadian light up and and this was a first for winning yet another roller coaster battle closing out the second seed arenas at the Lincoln six four in the third set and in one word that that really stuck to me is magical because not only was is Myron really good but also the way I'm playing right now I'm just having fun eighteen year old brick qualified democratic candidate followed not long after reaching the most improbable of finals with her sixth consecutive straight sets win this time six one six four over the seventeenth St Maria Zachary I'm Graham like us
Fernandez, 18, Beats Kerber at US Open to Follow Osaka Upset
"Rising star Felix OJ only a Siemens ended the U. S. open run of American hope Frances tiafoe but not before a three hour and twenty three minute battle to secure a spot in the quarterfinals the twelfth seeded Canadian posted a come back full centric tree and next faces eighteen year old Spanish surprise package tell us al Qaeda's who continued his record breaking run through the draw men's second seed dental Medvedev continued is quiet but effective moved through the draw and the women's second seed out of settling and the fifth seed Elena Svitolina both phones as women's favorites after reaching the final eight I'm grand like us
Naomi Osaka Weighs Another Break From Tennis After US Open Loss
"Was just one of those days at the twenty twenty one. Us open a day that featured sixteen round of thirty two singles matches saw eight of those sixteen go the distance. Four on the side. Four on the women's side. Want to break down all of that action on today's show. Of course the place will start. We are down a defending champion. Two time us open winner. Twenty twenty twenty eighteen ninety homeo- sokha your third seep here. At this year's event knocked off by uber talented eighteen year old canadian leila fernandez. I wanna talk about the mechanics of that match. I wanna talk about soccer comments after the match as well she indicated. She's not sure when she's going to next step on a tennis
The Latest: Tiafoe Beats No. 5-Seed Rublev in Late Open
"Women's defending champion Naomi Osaka has been upset in the U. S. open third round by the Canadian Layla Fernandez the eighteen year old winning five seven seven six six four after an increasingly frustrated Osaka blew a chance to say that the match in straight sets Osaka says she might now take an indefinite break from tennis American hud Frances tiafoe guardian on the upset action as well knocking out the fifth seeded Russian Andrei Rublev six one in the fifth set third St Stefano sits Abbas also fell on a day of absence losing a roller coaster FISA to the Spanish teenager colors all colors on Graham I goes
Alcaraz, 18, Upends No. 3 Tsitsipas at US Open; Osaka Out
"I only all soccer is being upset in the U. S. open third round blowing a chance to serve out the match in straight sets eventually falling in a two hour battle to the Canadian light weapon and is the eighteen year old winning five seven seven six six four I just went on court with a lot of confidence on my serve trusting interesting that I'm going to hit my target said when I needed to and then and I did a soccer was rusty having skipped both the French Open and Wimbledon this year and lost her way in the match beginning late in the second set off and tossing her racket in frustration she may now take a break from the game immense action the third St Stefano sits a bus was stunned by the eighteen year old Spaniard Carlos o'connor has one in the fifth set tiebreaker I'm grand like us
Why I DO NOT Recommend Fast Fold Poker on Anonymous Sites
"There are so many reasons why you should not play fast. Fold on anonymous sites first off. Is that stack. Size does not indicate anything normally in anonymous games. If you sit down somebody has thirty. big blinds. Probably a recreational player often a fish if they top off hand after hand to one hundred. Big winds there oreg. So maybe they're tied aggressive or loose aggressive but they're the player that wants a full stack to make the most or to have the the best potential of making the most money and then those large stacks people at two hundred big blinds or more. Sometimes they're like playing with house money and they're on winners high and they're trying to use the money they've already one to win more money but in fast fold on anonymous sites who knows what they're stack size means right. You're sitting right now. You have a thirty five big blind player on your right. Well that doesn't mean he's a fish. He might be a winning tight aggressive player. He just lost one hundred twenty big blinds in the prior hand. He just hasn't topped off yet right so you might think he's a thirty five big blind fish and you might play against him like he is a fish but that's probably gonna lead to some mistakes if he's not a fish if he's a winning tight aggressive a winning loose aggressive player. Here's another key thing fast. Fold anonymous means that you do not know any player types. Look around the table right now. You got anonymous players very firsthand. it's not even like a live game where you can least see their age in their sex. That's grandpa that's grandma. That's an eighteen year old dude fresh out or fresh in college at the union casino. You don't know anything about them. Are they tied aggressive loose. Aggressive fish knits maniacs. Who fricken knows. Here's another reason why you shouldn't play fast fold anonymous. It's because you never see prior hands so you're playing a hand right now. The button player just over called your early position open race. Let me ask you a question. What does this mean well for. Sure he wants to see the flop right but does he normally call a lot and this is just another one of his. Broadway's has suited hands. His one of his any pairs. Is it an ace rag that he likes to call with or is he a tight caller who only gets in a multi way pots with small pairs of suited connectors or is he a superfish. Who loves slow. Playing big hands like pocket kings and aces. Here's the thing you don't know because you've never seen this player. Make a pre flop nor any post flop. Play in the past kinda sucks.
China Is Limiting Kids Playing Video Games to 3 Hours a Week
"On wednesday. New rules took effect in china that severely restrict the amount of time. Young people can play video games online. Between friday and sunday gamers under eighteen years old will only be allowed to play between eight pm and nine pm the rest of the week. They won't be allowed to play at all. The regulation will also require all users to register using their real names and government issued. Id's it's of beijing's larger efforts to crack down on the growing power of tech firms and insert itself into the private lives of chinese citizens joining us to discuss how these new rules are being received. And what it means for. Gamers and gaming companies alike is the wall street. Journal's deputy china bureau chief josh chen hi josh. How are you so josh. This is the first time. China has restricted gaming for minors in two thousand nineteen limited playtime to ninety minutes on weekdays and it also limited. How much money they could spend on video games. So we're these new. Even more restrictive rules. A surprise was in wasn't a surprise last month. State media outlet published a commentary described video games as quote unquote opium of the mind and that triggered a pretty major sell off shares of gaming companies ten cent which is china's biggest gaming company. I think fell somewhere around. Eleven percent in prior to that china's leader xi jinping has taken aim at video games as a danger to the development of chinese youth. So we've suspected for a while it's something might becoming but what was surprising was just how strict and specific these restrictions were three hours is pretty miserly. Yeah these new restrictive rules. How is china planning on enforcing them in. That's a really good question. They haven't been specific about it and the way that things often work in china's at the communist party will come up with rules and then sort of leave it up to the internet companies themselves to figure out how to enforce
Novak Djokovic Is Sensitive, Even When the Crowd’s Not Against Him
"Just a wet on last night because when we came off air last night we were watching that novak djokovic against holger ruin match and then Banker rescue started shortly after we finish recording festival. Jock vicini ended up winning. Straightforwardly did lose that second set. But thereafter he dominated and runes body. Just completely betrayed me. He started that suffer from cramp and Jakovich forced him into that. Didn't he the way he moves around. And all that sort of thing but the but it was a bit uncomfortable. Some of it wasn't it because the the crowd will really go in for rune. They liked him day young eighteen year old going for his winners and all the rest of it and it sounded like there was booing going on which later on was explained that the crowd was chanting rune. But it didn't really sound time. It sounded like boo so anyway. That was the explanation given was. She's chanting his name djokovic. Pretty put out buydell. He thought they were booing him. And i mean at the very least. It wasn't the wasn't the warmest atmosphere out there for him to be honest and and i think that that took him took him aback in one or two other people are back here. He is going for this incredible achievement of the calendar grand slam and he's not exactly getting the woman's reception in the world
Ohio State Buckeyes QB Quinn Ewers Has NIL Deal for $1.4 Million
"Quinn years yesterday signed with a marketing company. Think it is a three year deal. I think but it's one point. Four million so is african about a half a million a year and he doesn't have to fly around and do a bunch of commercials. he's also got he got sign. Autographs started you said again. Cj stroud he is a freshman. Okay so richard. Just as freshman has to be but he was on campus. Last year he was he was there last year. And look at it but this list. Just reheat away. They might not be listed the regardless. He's got two years to start if he holds a job. Which may mean when yours doesn't see the field for two years yet it's almost it's one point four million. He's gonna be a hell of a player they've got four guys were four or five star players in their meeting room. Yeah redshirt freshman. Cj is gonna start and you've already is the guy who's eighteen year old freshmen in in yours. Who should be a senior in high. School is making more than stroud is by a long
Djokovic Tops Teen "Ruuune!" at US Open in Calendar Slam Bid
"Men's top seed Novak Djokovic has been pushed in his opening round match at the U. S. open the Serbs are priced at only on by the aggressive play of eighteen year old hotel room there's a ranked a hundred and forty five in the world Djokovic eventually prevailed six one in the fourth women's top seed ash Barty was also pushed finally other coming Italian veteran fears on arrival six one seven six twenty four year old Maxime Cressy led the American charge into the second round with the biggest upset in the men's draw defeating the nonstate Pablo Carreno Busta in five sets I'm Graham like us
Interview With One-Eyed Pilot, Shinji Maeda
"Sir. Let me interrupt you. Let's go back for a second. Tell us about Losing your eyesight in one i. Yeah so they'll watch the big. My change bent when i was eighteen years old often. I graduate high school bam. I ended up to the union city on two months later they'll was the cox. The guy was the driving car. I was riding on the motorcycle at an intersection. He was not paying attention so Pretty much he ran over me. And george meany run on that day became the my fast soda fright fromm motorcycle to the ground. It's now i can make the kind of you know not joke. That the The accident was pretty significant to change the whole my life because the dow was fifty fifty chance. Either i'm going to abide Being visible so there was no chance to be back like you know like this physical condition in a now. I'm talking to you. i'm waving hands. I you know. I i can fry but at the time was the pretty much The that was cs deal in foxy my parents. My brother and sister oncle anti war informed that. Yeah he you know. Shinji hides the twenty four hours to go eat outside
Chris Reed of Morningstar Ministries on How He Started Preaching at Age 14
"Have a fascinating story. I want to tell my audience really that you. I guess this is so strange. It's hard for people to to think about but you began preaching and an extremely early age. Tell my audience about that because now you are. You're thirty six. You're very mature beyond your years. But you were preaching like as a kid. How old were you when you started. So by the time i actually got started speaking on a regular basis i was fourteen and just my parents were driving me to i respective opportunities to to speak in such and then So by the time. I was eighteen. I had ministered in over two hundred churches so i started pretty young. Here's here's a dumb question. But now that i'm in my fifties i think if fourteen or fifteen or sixteen year old or seventeen year old or eighteen year. Old guide in the pulpit. I'm not sure that i could sit there. It seems odd to me that a kid would really have anything to share homily speaking or whatever. Now what do you. What do you think it was kind of curious thing. Now that you're older. If a fourteen year old gets into the pulpit what do you what would you even make. It almost seems like a parlor trick like a crazy thing like like the midget batter. You know what was his name back in the nineteen forties. They put a three foot eight midget into bat. So the strike zone we. It seems like it seems kooky like you can't really take it seriously but obviously it was serious but so what do you make of it today. The idea of a fourteen year. Old preaching so i look back and think how thankful i am that i would even have crowds of people especially adults. Sit through and listen. Listen to that but i not only thankful for that but i also am appreciate the fact that even at the young age i felt like that one of the gifts that god gave me was just the gift of wisdom and so beyond my years. You might say i seem to be able to study the word of god. Break it down and with passion and excitement share it and so i think that maybe helped make up for lack of age. I have no doubt that it made up for it. And just as i know you. Now you're you're you're wise well beyond your years and i imagine that they wouldn't have put you out there as a fourteen year old unless you actually had something to say and listen. The people in the congregation would immediately get that they would immediately understand that wisdom wisdom. There's no such thing as fourteen year old wisdom as either wisdom or not. But it's just amazing that you got your start that
The Latest: England eases self-isolation guidelines
"People in England who have come into contact with someone with the corona virus will no longer have to self isolate if they've been double vaccinated all if they are under eighteen years of age the change which has just come into effect has been welcomed by businesses throughout the country many companies have sought the stuff soul touches as a result of the requirement for people to spend ten days in quarantine if they have been in contact with the positive case Lawson adviser not compelled to take a PCR test if they find out they've been in contact with the positive case people who test positive will still be legally required to self isolate however Karen Thomas London
"eighteen year" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"As much as those do. I'm i'm tremendously excited about it. I mean to me. This is the second year that like for you note. I generally think of the drafts. A team specific enterprise beginning. If you don't have ball handlers the drafts school ball-handlers. Like you just can't take bike unless there's a a meaningful step up two or three tiers of value step up you just can't take all I would have had. It was building board for For the sixers. I would have had on the top left and probably the top three gathering. Susana chance that you're getting somebody like mobile there a little bit of questions their their time. My questions like So this is the second year that that's happened around Which is awesome at the end of the day. I think that springer's like the the idea of springer. Is you just simply to ask the questions. Do you believe that you can get a player to shoot more. It's answer as asked probably moves up your board where he is drafted. Do you believe that you can Install torso flexibility and give him a his movements else answers. Yes memoria de believe the players can be taught to tip off. Answer is estimated. And do you believe that youth is a meaningful a meaningful variable when when between decisions answers from. That's how you get from the twenties or thirties or whatever to to top ten top eight top-five that those are simply that joyce noted those things a totally understand it like we have. We have fundamental discrimi-. Because i think like an eighteen year old should be grid on much. Don't curve on playing as you've boven. A twenty two year old would but that curve clearly exists for some players and it doesn't like kids crash yeah Which is weird. And it doesn't make sense. But i don't think we can even parse anything through more with that. I'm just happy. He ended up in place..
"eighteen year" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast
"Paxton smith polled the folded up piece of paper from underneath or read graduation. Robe one get it right. She pulled it either out of her panties or out of her. Bra wasn't a valedictorian speech. She prepared the on. The one that was approved by administrators at lake highlands high school and said she decided used three minutes on stage to decry so-called heartbeat heartbeat. Bill legislation signed recently by texas governor. Greg abbott l. essentially ban most abortions in texas. And if you're in the chat room you can see the poor misguided contraception and abortion lusting for eighteen year old in the chat room. You could see her graduation picture. She looks mean lesbian. I don't know why she's worried. About contraception ski looks. She belongs on the next episode. Of blue's clues was ready. Oh we've got an email by the email..
"eighteen year" Discussed on Celtics Stuff Live
"Saying that it's in draft. I don't even want to talk 2019 draft blah blah blah rob. It come on. Are you them? It's I know it's yeah but Faith a year ago where was Rob Williams not even a year ago. Six months ago in November Rob Williams was people, there was so much questions about Rob Williams that the Celtics had to go out and ten million dollars over 18 million dollars over two years to bring interest in Thompson. So you know look we we could be in that position with you know, where we think of Rob. Now we can be in that very same spot with Grant in Romeo. I'm a little more out on Carson but at least those two. Are you thinking something different about about that? Nineteen draft class. So that's just my I'm just kind of set up with that you know bitching about the 2019 Journal. I could tell I can tell it's off to me. Hello, pisses you offer to me that's just such a yawner of a conversation, right? Like if I'm going to have a conversation about something that's going to have legitimacy, you can't take one draft class and use that to toss out an eighteen year career and it's dead simple. It's not even worth debating. It's not worth breaking down Rob Williams and whether they could have had this trade or not, you know, what is worth talking about in this whole scenario, is what the hell? What's really going on in the background? Like you said, health and everything else, but there is something that, you know, both Angel, alluded to and Brad and wanting to move out of the head coaching position about managing the team and everything else. During the pandemic, took a toll on them. What is that mean? Is that mean that the league made this difficult? Does it mean like what side of the fence did they stand on with all that today think that everything should be shut down where they worn out, because the finances of running the team and just figuring out how they were going to navigate. Like or or was there something going on culturally you know I just feel like and we're not and here's the deal not only took feel like there's a heck of a lot more to the story behind the scenes. I also know we're definitely not going to hear any of it at least not anytime soon, because Brad is sticking around right? If Ames had retired fired and Brad said, you know what, it's time for me to move on. I don't really want to be a head coach. I want to be a GM and they're not going to have you know, they're not going to give me the opportunity or you know, what's Changing of the Guard was going to all go. Our separate ways, I think we would have gotten a lot more Intel in the next six to twelve months about what was really going on. Because Brad is sticking around, you're not going to hear shit. We're not going to I'm not going to get any details about what was going on. I mean cuz obviously there were lots of conversations. Lots of emotions, you know, you don't use words like burning off. Don't Force, you know, basically pushed me out of the game. I couldn't you don't, you don't do things like that simply because of isolation, and having to adapt, you know, to not having faith in the building. And, you know, a shortened off-season, you know, like, there's way bigger things going on and and and here's another question. Do you think that Austin age is being groomed for all of this? I think at one point. Yeah I think that was. So what is that one point mean?.
"eighteen year" Discussed on Ready to Be Petty
"Just like trashing relationship while loving his dad's relationship anyway. I'll send that to you. Because i think that he has three kids with shana. Possibly i think one was from shanas first marriage so he's like a stepdad. And then i think they have a boy and a girl together. And i think that they're all in their teens and i think they're all commenting on but they love corny. They love nian. And travis together. Who wouldn't so many aspects just to circle back to the psyching like i don't know how that's not taken down i'm hurled but i am a hundred percent. Instagram should have been all over that but the other thing is. Do you think that this whole thing like all of these instagram. Shenanigans are just a way to prove to kim kardashian. Than courtney is not the least interesting to look at. I think it's to prove that they like each other. Because i'm pretty sure. Travis used to low key date cam. Oh interesting. yeah so. I feel like it's just going above and beyond. He caught her name tattooed on his chest. We we know that any time a celebrity tattoos the name of their partner on their body it always boats well so and they're always still together so that's yeah it means that it's true love and rica. Who's checking on scott disick and all of this. Where's he acts. I am and it's not good. No if i like. If i was a friend. Ip reaching out he has dyed his hair and cut his hair several times bleaching at blonde dine at pink. he's wearing full cammo tracksuits with bright colored like nike shoes. It's very desperate very desperate. Especially like with the this show ending like someone should be checking on scott disick for shirt to just like make sure he's doing okay because like what is that guy got after this plethora of eighteen year old. Oh okay okay. Okay okay interesting..
"eighteen year" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"I don't think we should throw out the window. Theoretical math and econ one to one and things of that nature and suddenly replaced them with the kinds of classes. That adam and i teach at warden where we're teaching you how to be a leader how to work with people how to make unbiased decisions. I think those are electives that i would love to see available in undergraduate curriculum. Any are in a lot of places like a lot of psychology and economics. Departments will offer things of that nature. And i think it's great that there are some undergraduate business degree programs. And i think warton does a great job. Educating students in places that there are lots of other wonderful such institutions. But it is very you really have to know you want to go into business before we were just mentioning the kind. There's sort of two kinds of students that kinds of students who show up at work in our careerist. I don't think we want to move towards a system where every eighteen year old knows. They want to be an investment banker consultant or or an entrepreneur. I think it's good that most eighteen year olds are sort of like when i grow up. And then they end up at of more broad liberal arts college and figure that out then for the unusual kids who are certain they wanna be business students having that more applied degree available at places like wharton school upset of them. Choose to do that. That's great. I think it's great but i do not think we wanna shift all of undergraduate education so that everyone has to take leadership for instance. I think i think it's well suited to some not all. Okay one last question which i think will make a perfect segue into the content of the book. What are your students worry about. Like what are their sort of existential concerns. That's a question right now. Like what are they not you know. They worry about public health. Worry about the economy. They worry about their parents and whether their parents are going to get a vaccine They worry about whether they'll be able to get jobs. And whether work will be remote or in person and what that will look like You know right now. There's a lot of existential crises related to the last year's calamity On everyone's mind and my classes and there's a lot of worries about polarization and and.
"eighteen year" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"It says when the condition now is present as a mystery she wonders if this knowledge had been forgotten. Well that's very kind of you or maybe ignored for very clear reasons but to her. She's baffled we all know this. It's there we all saw. So she's saying. I just forgot this information. I'll let you decide now. It's is deana. Virus caused low levels of platelets in mice. Now it says in the neighboring country of candidate professor ma ma ottoman often has been thinking about the same things. Here's another person who's also going. We knew this off. Man is a professor at queens university. An expert in all things blood related so you know not your typical anti-science conspiracy theorist right. Blending the clotting bleeding and clotting being her specialties so she has a right to speak on these things in the nineties. Using dna virus for gene therapy was considered the next big thing. But then you buy probably heard about this case an eighteen year old jesse gelsinger died in nineteen ninety nine now. I'm not going to go over now. But it's interesting case. Where where the kid you know was experimental. They offer to this treatment because he was struggling with what he was already dealing with. And they said it's you know it's just pure mental but you want to try. You thought it was going to be great. And he came in tried it and he died and then all of a sudden it was like whoa wait a minute. This is back when a used seemingly care about something like that right now but today if we over shore he died from what he had. We don't know keep using it. That would happen today but then they pump the breaks up one. 'cause we're reported case right so there's the you know the ultimately you could probably prove this case. My point is that they posit right then. It just shows you the weird difference of what's happening today but it says during a clinical trial using you know virus factory deliver.
"eighteen year" Discussed on The Two Of Us
"An eighteen year old tax deductions for wales carney j. Levels she's been tax. Seven years is a member of the guild of taxidermists and passionate about preserving and given a second life to ethically sourced animals. I am super excited to chat. She said thank you for grades And yeah welcome. I've never spoken to enacted before your thank you for having me. It's such a pleasure. Ready usually the autism rights that come on here. Some sort of kind of connection. I can have the worker. Experience will have gone to exhibition but with.
"eighteen year" Discussed on Cars That Matter
"Let's pick it up with mikhael haggerty where we left off parse it out for us a little bit look. I'm an old guy so to me. A car from the sixties as what a car should be but clearly. It's not just like baby boomers like me. Who are a part of the mix. What happens after it. Who were the other people that are making up the bulk of the audience. Now well there is a lot of this again. Apocryphal understanding of what will happen with the next generation and cars in a couple of demographic and really generational study points is. The baby boomers have been firmly in command of the vintage car. World enthusiasts car world for quite some time and it was a generation that great a lot wealth enjoyed spending time and they were probably the last generation where cars worry huge part of the cultural element that everybody talked about the silent generation. Maybe a little bit even before but where people really paid attention to auto shows the big auto shows and car launches and stuff like this. I'm a gen xer so kind of squeezed in between any of this massive millennial and then the next generations follow is important. Remember the millennial generation's the largest generation and they're that children baby boomers and if there's anything that we have learned about the car rolled. Is that the older people. Get the money they make. They act a lot more like their parents. Now that might be shocking to your listeners. out there but it is just a fact. Don't tell any eighteen year old kid that. I know that somebody is eighteen year old in just dreaming that they're never going to have their parents corporate job and they're going to become a beekeeper and that is possible they may become a beekeeper and make the greatest honey that brooklyn has ever tasted but the reality is very often. They end up as they get older. They resolve revolve their life around a similar set of activities. That's often what they grew up with. So we seen a pretty seamless. Generational shift of the next generation starts to come to pick up the pieces year. It's not like they're all failing again. Very large generations and while the overall percentage of younger people may not be as cars as the earlier generations. Were the numbers. Appear to be sufficient to sustain like significant car to be long as the future but their interests are different so the next generation probably doesn't surprise you there into the car guys and gals they might be more of the rally. Inspired cars are there into the vintage off road. Vehicles are into jd. m. fear to look at a brand that is just absolutely at the pinnacle of something. That's attracted to a young person you'd have to save. Bmw's the nineties and early two thousands whereas the gen xers the porsche. nine eleven. we've driven porsche. Nine eleven up. The baby boomers was the quarterback..
"eighteen year" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur
"This is a guitarist who's constantly learning new songs. You can't see it behind me. i'll show it to you in a minute. Got a little drums it back here. We may have to get online and jam sometime time. Welcome to the dark horse. Entrepreneur matt jersey man. Thanks for having me so much. This is going to be awesome. That my pleasure actually ended. I was telling you earlier Want to take a step back from the mike and just let you tell your story like i said. I know i heard a bit of it when you are sharing on clubhouse you know share as little as much of that that journey that you've taken you to Were you've been to where you are today. And why do what you do so much totally so mentioning clubhouse wrote passed by wants to connect. That's where we've been spending a majority of our time. Mary last day or says so. You buy me at alex dot vendor. Are there just a real quick. But a little bit about who. I am where i got started from Never ever in my wildest dreams die magin being ceo or a business owner or anything along those lines Starting out was. I wanted to go to school for art and i was gonna focus on. Cgi so looking at computer generated removes and i love the idea the idea that we can fool the eye with computer technology to do all these really really cool things and produces really cool movies. I was dating a girl at the time and really got into my head and got into my parents ear about that saying like Like there's really not that much of an industry port. It's really not gonna drive that much like avatar just amounts. Here's like avatars blue. Nobody's gonna wanna watch movies with cgi and it's not gonna take authors. It's a one and done thing. So you know my parents and my grandparents were like what you're getting science. You're good at school. Just go through the traditional route. And you'll be okay so out of despite being an eighteen year old void young dumb and full calm. I said okay. Want these the hardest science route. I can find them. And at the time it was neuroscience. I actually really enjoyed it because i always loved ironically enough. I loved magic..
"eighteen year" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Credit man. You are all over bitcoin. What like five. Six years ago will We'll post to the website. The article about about you. Okay never mind. Thank you but So you've been pretty savvy about watching. Is this the end of robinhood. Shut your robinhood account and go to a different platform right if they're going to do this to you Yeah i mean. I think this is the end of stock trading like that. That's my take like a there to like. Okay i if you listen to me. You're dumber than i am. And i have a thousand dollars in credit I did not pay off to buy a share of game. Stop at three hundred and twenty dollars a share so just getting out of the way through the digital wildcatter lawyers are on the other line going. This is not investment advice. Yes forward looking. Statements are not based on past performance. I first driver's license like three hours ago so but basically they're they're one of two ways this this turns out like in my view One the market like manages to somehow recover this without either putting a whole bunch of retail investors. Out of what little money. They had to invest in stocks And that that could look like stealth selling after hours. Doing some even weirder stuff we haven't seen yet on. There's been pretty obvious. Market market manipulation particularly in the media with all of these articles talking about short positions being covered that were not It may have been covered for that particular company but it likely went to someone else. This isn't like a conspiracy It's just that short. Interest is still above one hundred percent at this current moment as far as we know so one market somehow manages to unwind itself without imploding one direction or the other In which case. Probably the sec. Does something buys out all shares at a thousand dollars a share. That's a little bit of a bold prediction. I have no idea how this works But i think. I think the the thing that very well could happen. If the short squeeze continues further on is you're going to be looking at like eight but worse in the coming weeks because once shorts have to pay out in no matter who they're paying out to whether it's an another investment firm whether it's retail investors They're going to have to liquidate a lot.
"eighteen year" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"One share like fundamentally these places. It's very difficult for them to lose money to individual people and i mean the individual investors quote unquote. Who are going to make money out of this. Were already rich at the beginning. This is there is definitely going to be some wealth transfer in some new thing coming out but who has sort of idealistic grand narratives about what this says This this is just what sometimes this is. Oh eight the big short was discovered by an institution or saria retail guy But it didn't stay that way. He he's not going to be the only one that makes money off of this kind of the irony of all ironies in this is dodd-frank the bill that was set up to help level the playing field make trading fair More transparent and the like forces most futures contracts and the like to be exchanged cleared so that everybody can see it. All one of the things that did was the posting collateral. And so i mean the squeeze on robin hood right now is when you go buy one hundred shares. Its t plus to right. Settles in two days. So you technically don't have to pay for two days well. Robin hood has to go out and find those two shares for you and when they do. Robin hood actually has to post. The price of those shares are those hundred shares for two days and it's a formula based on volatility and other stuff and then when they can take your money. They're able to take their margin back and the problem was this was so incredibly volatile. And there's also i believe in that formula concentration factor that robin hood was having to shell out just tons and tons of money. That's why they borrowed all the money from the bank. That's right they're raising a billion dollars and all that so truly is kind of dodd. Frank and what did make the the market more secure because now there's collateral the person that gave you the two shares doesn't have to worry about them getting paid. because the money's posting there at the exchange is what caused the squeeze on robinhood which the squeeze on the little guys. I mean that's the reason they had to say you can't buy anymore. That's why they were okay with you sell on. But because they don't have to post margin when you sell and the fact that that the the company that has a very large stake in robin hood is the one who is short on game. Stop shares and i'm not suggesting a conspiracy here like i was genuinely sorry. There was a genuine liquidity crisis but citadel wasn't investor and melvin isn't investor in melvin whatever. The hedge fund was called riot. And there's some there's some thought that they assumed a good portion of the short position themselves because they were going to have to pay it anyway. It's the market maker so so assuming these funds ran out of money..
"eighteen year" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"I barely note the soccer is. I'm not until i. Oh yeah no. It is the fbi So anyway so we got the short squeeze read. It hasn't gone. Are you on that site. i'm no. I'm i'm not a reddit user okeydoke but the what's it called against wall street. Bits wall street bets while currently has six million active users who pose. Yeah read at user. But don't tell anyone. I really need a music career and we can't be out here on. Read it okay. Musicians can't be on radha lame to be it and i'm sorry to everyone who uses. Read it you guys are sometimes okay. I guess but it's just it's just about look so they're like six million people. What's it like on that. Really some good investment advice. I mean yeah. The thing is is that headphones do hedge fund managers do literally nothing and. That's it professionals. Do literally nothing that. I can't do with my computer and twenty minutes. The people on the site know about as much as these these people on the actual institutional marketplace to Minus all the stuff that they keep hidden from the other people so if you wanted to scrap some significance to this event i think this is the end of the stock market as the boys club. Like i think after this smart money. Smart money Asshole money goes into private equity and other stuff for the poor's can't get in and the stock crashes colossally. That's my prediction really. Yes because i am an oracle and warren buffett antsy jobs all in one. So i clearly what i'm talking about Let's get the you know it's funny you rag in about a hedge funds and that they don't do anything if t rags about private equity guys like me. No none of y'all do anything. That's what i'm saying. That's very that's very fair so anyway. This is so this is interesting episode. Eight on the podcast. We had sarah catalan on. And she's a swing trader. I mean she wakes up in the morning goes in front of her computer. She trade stocks. She kind of has a screening tool but she does. Some fundamental work does a lot of biotech stuff social. Look she'll see that they've got a test coming up. You know a trial of some sort nationwide literally. that's she feeds her family. Right and What's interesting goldman sachs came out in a research report like two weeks ago and said that people like sarah people liked robin hood. Make up one third of the market today. And i mean with that kind of purchasing power. You literally can go toe to toe with hedge fund guys. Yeah yeah i mean. I don't really think that's what's happening. And i think anyone who thinks that's what is happening is a little bit. Little bit idealistic. I mean fundamentally like this is headline versus hedge fund retail discovered. The play maybe Maybe like drove initial interest in it. fundamentally this is this is institutional money versus other institutional money and we. We're just like on top getting shredded. Whichever way it goes So to one big hedge fund went way way short retail figure. Something out starts the flood and now all the institutions are working out. Yeah i mean like look at what happened today. Like they shut down robinhood basically limited.
"eighteen year" Discussed on TV Literate
"I don't know the stage like kinda cool but also does looked like there were bushes. Yeah it was kind of a lot. Like i was kind of a mess. I don't know. I just felt like simpler would have been better on the is. I think yeah. They could've left like the to leafy rock things are off to the side and just had like the archway. Yeah i probably there was just too much going on but whatever cindy was trying to outdo herself she was. You know how she is. I loved how at this point lawrence said something. I've been thinking about this day for a long time. I mean four months is a long time to an eighteen year old. Yeah i was gonna say like this just shows how young they are. Because that's how like young people in a relationship are always like i've been in a relationship with them for six months so long but it's like in the grand scheme of things that is not long at one ninth of your life right now right now and it's like yeah. It's yeah anyway to not able to get divorced or whatever. Yeah yeah real real good. Oh and this is also when it talks about how. He practiced kissing on his hands which was awful to hear. I know like. I really would have been disturbed by this like three weeks ago. But ever since ethan masturbating underneath his parents at church during service i just give him a break.
"eighteen year" Discussed on Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene
"Exactly headaches. Fifty year olds. Incredible hulk so okay. Let's do this. You've been doing this some amount of time. We never of people. It's all about experience but So what really made you want to start was being motivated by working with. Your kids was at the connection. Well it was. My oldest is diagnosis on the autism spectrum. Look the school kept. He kept thinking in the principal's office every day. And i said well. This isn't working. Well is it. And fortunately i had a very very caring principal that sat me down and she said i think you just really need to get him tested. We had no idea what was going on with him. He's just he's extremely brilliant but just couldn't fit in socially and and so at that point he was he was just so depressed he adult so much bullying even private school where we thought he was at least a little bit more protected kindergartner gardiner. Yeah exactly yeah he just kept saying i just wanna die and at that point you ask this. This has to be my choice you know. There's there's no other thi- my kids important. You know the funny thing is now. He's turning twenty four in a couple of months and he followed my footsteps and got a degree in biomedical engineering cell. The medical device in history. So votes sure like as a family you took like a eighteen year pause.
"eighteen year" Discussed on Loving BDSM
"You have. Someone has a profile written. You know if if it someone who is somewhat compatible you know. There should be something in there somewhere to open a dialogue or does united standard for meeting new people. It's i want you to care enough about this first connection to attempt to start an actual conversation not a mind blowing conversation not the deepest most existential conversation online you. I started talking through blog comments. Because you would read what i'd say need respond to it with your thoughts and then i was like who is this person. He's very thoughtful. What is this. And i went to you and you made me laugh and so then i would respond letting you know it was a. It was a backup for meeting. People is very difficult. I'm very happy. I don't have to do it anymore. Thank you. i've still the person who has to be approached. I that will probably never change. So that's the thing. But you know you can i beg of my single kinky friends create a set of standards for yourself upon first contact right like again. You want to be careful because you might go. That person is you know this age and sometimes there's good reasons to set standards and sometimes there's not an only you can decide for yourself. Okay but i cannot get conscience. Say i have a problem with older part older younger age differences when there's an eighteen year age difference between us but for some people might be for some people it doesn't have to be. It might be height. It might be hair color. Like watch out for those but create a system for yourself to weed out the ones just casting a wide net and aren't trying to get to know you as the person that can mean your first standard like we've watched it. It's been so long now what we went to much. We didn't go back to. We watched this person flick from table to table from definitely woman to woman Especially the ones..