35 Burst results for "Florida State University"

"florida state university" Discussed on The Queen

The Queen

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"florida state university" Discussed on The Queen

"It became clear that the war on cancer wouldn't be a flashy success like the apollo program instead it felt like an actual war vietnam. We were stuck in a medical quagmire. When experts talked about the possibility of cure it sounded more and more like propaganda. There wasn't just awesome facing the government but in the medical professions specifically mary. Ziegler is a historian and law professor at florida state university. She says that crisis of confidence emboldened cancer patients. The idea was that medicine at the end of the day was a product like any other that doctors shouldn't be babying them and protecting them from themselves. Doctors should be giving them the opportunity to decide which risks they wanted to take my nineteen seventy seven. That's self help message. Was everywhere manager. Diet pickup jogging tryout acupuncture. The women's liberation movement said that you know your own body and you should walk away from a doctor who doesn't give you the treatment that you want. The feeling.

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How Much Does a Wedding Actually Cost?

Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

02:02 min | 3 months ago

How Much Does a Wedding Actually Cost?

"Experts project that twenty twenty one wedding costs will rebound what they were in two thousand nineteen if not higher so let's take a look at the twenty nineteen numbers. According to wedding wire the average cost of a wedding reception per couple was around. Twenty eight thousand dollars. Although i'd venture to say it was probably a little higher. Because according to the not here are the average costs involved with a wedding reception. Buckle up because it's a long one ten thousand five hundred dollars for a reception. Venue two thousand four hundred dollars for a photographer. Eighteen hundred dollars for a video for two thousand dollars for florist sixteen hundred dollars for a wedding dress. Three thousand seven hundred dollars for a wedding band twelve hundred dollars for a reception. Dj seventy dollars per person for catering and the average wedding in two thousand nineteen had one hundred and thirty one guests. I guess it's an odd number because of all the singles who want to go home or at least go to bed with a new plus one and that brings the total cost of food to nine thousand one hundred and seventy dollars. The rehearsal dinner costs on average eighteen. Hundred dollars five hundred ninety dollars for the invitations. One hundred dollars for the hairstylist hundred bucks for the makeup artist. Four hundred bucks for the party favors and last but certainly not least five hundred dollars for the cake that is a total of thirty five thousand nine hundred and seventy dollars to put that into perspective that the lot more than the down payment on one hundred and seventy five thousand dollar house or tuition for a year and a half at florida state university. It's a huge chunk of change. And again i would still argue that. Those estimates are probably low. I mean shout out to the bride. Who's spending one hundred ten bucks on a hairstylist. But if you're living in la you're probably spending five times that amount which brings me to an important point of course. These averages vary widely depending on factors like location. What time of year and even what day of the week it is. You're tying the

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Assumptions about hurricane season face winds of change

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:59 min | 7 months ago

Assumptions about hurricane season face winds of change

"11. The planet is warming and it's having a notable impact on whether rising water temperatures are fueling a stronger and more active tropical storm season, and that is prompting scientists can to consider starting the Atlantic hurricane season two weeks earlier. Well, let's learn more now with Alison Wing. She's an assistant professor for Florida State University's Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science. She joins us on Skype. Thanks for being with us. We appreciate it. Good afternoon. Thanks for having me first to set this up. Describe the changes that we have been witnessing in terms of these earlier name tropical storms. We're starting to see the stuff earlier and earlier, aren't we? Yes. So in the last six hurricane seasons, all six of those years we have had storms named storms form in May before the official start of the hurricane season on June 1st and so It is something that seems to be happening more and more more frequently recently what our weather researchers considering besides an earlier hurricane season to accommodate these changes. One thing that the National Hurricane Center has already started. For this year. They're going to be issuing their tropical weather outlooks actually starting on May 15 now, which are issued every six hours during the season, just to provide overall overview of what's happening with weather in the tropics. And that would be something to help. You know, people be more aware of what's going on in the tropics, and you know if there's risks of tropical storms or hurricanes forming, But pushing the start to the actual official start to the season earlier is something that you know, could improve public awareness of the risk even more on because when we have these these storms Before hurricane season officially starts. The public isn't always necessarily as aware of the risk they may not have, you know, gotten their supplies and prepared their their homes yet for it, And so it's really a consideration and in order to recognize that we do have storms that happened before June 1st and you know what can we do to make the public As prepared as possible. And is there a way to try to impart to the public? How the storm should be rated like how strong we should expect? Storm's coming our way. It seems like sometimes there's confusion about that. Well, I think one thing to keep in mind is that the wind speed that we used to category categorize storms is category 12 and so on and so forth. That's only one aspect of the type of damage we can can receive from tropical storms and hurricanes. And so I think more and more. Forecasters are emphasizing the full range of impacts from winds be damaged, but also coastal flooding from storm surge inland flooding from rainfall and as well as the potential for tornadoes actually to be embedded inside hurricanes. And so the National Weather Service has some some products that emphasized those and I think that you know we going to see communication of this full range of impacts more and more, and you shouldn't focus solely on the

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"florida state university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"florida state university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And I eventually became the assistant manager of 60 units than the manager of 80 units in Tallahassee, Florida associated with Florida State University. On. I just applied business principles. I have had to put a real things in the past. I had a bicycle company and we rented jet skis. And I was always the kid out there shoveling, so we're cutting grass. On. So I decided to finish my school started as a leasing agent worked my way through the industry and what really impressed me during that time period where two things one Was the price point. You know, when you are in today's world, our customers have to make three times the rent. To afford that qualify for that apartment. I don't know any business when you get one third of somebody's income, and you don't even have to be there most the time. And I remember the time I had a side business selling hot dogs Del. You know many hot dogs you got to sell to get one third of somebody's income is so it just kind of fell together. And then what happened, which changed the whole industry? Was an 86, the tax reform act and all of a sudden overnight it became a cash flow business rather than a write off and the little old rare. You know, little old ladies that couldn't sell real estate that we're in the red headed step child of the property management business. Really couldn't cut it. They didn't understand cash flow and how to make those decisions and they were really order takers. They weren't decision makers that changed the industry and I have to be right there when that was going on. And I think that's a good place. JB. I think that's a good place to go and break in here. We're gonna take a short break. Our number is 8669456565.

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Should You Take Your Company Public Now?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:34 min | 11 months ago

Should You Take Your Company Public Now?

"Might reasonably ask as we're seeing virus counts rise and whatever the economic recovery has been so far. We're seeing it falter. A bid one might reasonably ask. Are you sure you want to take your company. Public now. all year and increasingly here in the waning weeks. The answer has been yes. The meal delivery service door dash start. Trading publicly on wednesday airbnb follows on thursday and the short term rental company is feeling pretty confident looking for a total valuation of something like forty two billion dollars which should be some kind of comeback. I'll tell you what from this spring. When the pandemic up ended airbnb is whole business model. Marketplace's amy scott gets going today. Airbnb was planning an ipo back in march. But we all know what happened. That month has global travel. Ground to a halt bookings fell by eighty percent and the company had to refund a billion dollars here. Ceo brian chessy on bloomberg. This summer i felt like a captain of ship in puteaux. Just hit side of the ship. The company laid off a quarter of its staff. Nearly two thousand people cut executive salaries and marketing and focused on the core short term rental business and by september airbnb was profitable again. Tahreek dough grew teaches hospitality management at florida state university. He says as domestic travel picked up airbnb offered something hotels. Didn't it's all yours. You are not going if you don't want to encounter with the host and some people really shifted. I think too Airbnb not everywhere. Jamie lane tracks the short term rental industry at air. Dna he says in big cities like new york and san francisco. Demand is still down forty to sixty percent from a year ago. But we're demand is up and it's up significantly is in small towns and destination markets throughout the country places in the mountains or at the beach. That are easy to drive to. For metro areas and with more people able to work or go to school remotely. They're staying longer to another reason to go public now. Investors are chasing returns in a hot stock market says kathleen smith with renaissance capital. It may be one of the worst years when comes to the pandemic but has been the one of the best years for ideas so far companies have raised more than one hundred forty billion dollars with several more big. Ipo's to go. I'm amy scott for

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Interview With Dr Matteo Luzzeri

Physical Activity Researcher

05:53 min | 11 months ago

Interview With Dr Matteo Luzzeri

"In this last part of our discussion. We review the lessons learned from the empirical work as avella's mateos thoughts on future directions. In this gnassinde line of research from the show notes. You will find a link to mattel's research which will help in exploring his work for dr martin. Luther terry completed his doctoral dissertation in the field of sports psychology at florida state university. He's also professional water skier. A coach and has a very popular water skiing. Podcast i hope you enjoy the last part of our discussion. A new already. Obviously done a massive amount of work of in- inputting this research together. But i was wondering if you have looked at The actual content of those findings or kind of that would be interesting to take the actual writing and do more qualitative research and analysis on those writings to more. Understand what what's going on there. Yeah so that's that's step two This was definitely something that i want to to follow up on Hopefully when i when my current job winds down in a couple of months. I'll be able to to dive into that. I have obviously read all the old writings And i have done some quantitative analyses on them so Defending the fact that was stopping the tricon of me of meaning. What i ended up doing was analyzing The the words of the type of words that were used. And i use the a what is called dinning quiz. Sticking quired word count so this is A software essentially dead categorizes richton words a bits of text of any length in categorizes the amount of wards in percentage across the totality of words on some categories. It's It's called the liw. See any something that has been used He's being used quite a beating psychological research. And so what i did. Was i analyzed for the intervention group. Six writing Sessions the six writings and suffering since if the expressive the expressive writing exercise about a negative. Like the most traumatic event in sports would elicit more negative emotion than the one about the positive and uplifting event or for instance if the reflective writings would elicit more innovative processing words than dependent. Back your exercises. So i did this type of analyses of tried to see more of like a manipulation of of sorts. So were might writing exercises actually eliciting what they were supposed to release it and fortunately that seemed to be seemed to be the case But in terms of qualitative work. Even i haven't done anything formerly on the data yet. Okay so that would be something that. At least i am very much looking forward to hearing when you when you had the time to look into that and in terms of your intervention. So you mentioned that it was fairly short if you had all the time and resources in the world would you look to do something. That is a longer timespan or what. What would you do differently. If you had all the time resources you needed Seats you might. You might be surprised by my answer. But i would actually make it shorter That's interesting provided a war to do this. Study again because one of the point that in my defense the mike committee made is that you're already working with athletes who are burnt out. And you made the case that they're burned out that you screen for them You we can. We can argue about the criteria. Used to of course. But i went through the effort of screening and taking those who were hiring burnout so the less the least demanding of intervention the better and despite my intervention. I don't think. I don't think was super demanding. Because the average time that is spent on these activities was twenty minutes so twenty times. Three was two hours total across two weeks. Some murky enslaving took more So i i don't think he was very demanding but if i had to do it again with burn out athletes i would probably do. It even shorter if i were to just try to increase. Presence of meaning in sports in athletes not necessarily burnt out athletes Probably i would either do the same or more but the the gold standard would be to to being person as opposed to online There are that are studies he now during interventions a lot of mindfulness intervention studies showing a lot of benefits from an online intervention compared to a nonintervention certainly in not a lot of differences between an online intervention in in-person intervention. Buddy seems to me therefore topics that are these There so the the manding and somewhat strange to talk about how to write about possibly im- person might. We might see something a little different. Yeah i mean as a qualitative researcher. I

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"florida state university" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"florida state university" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I just I just helping out a sociology professor at Florida State right now, you just created the first believe this or not the first personal finance course. Florida State University has ever created just started this year in 2020, just now in 2020 quota State finds it important to teach students about personal fight, and we should probably be teaching kids starting in fifth grade. But one of the things that key parts to the course that I taught this last week was that sales is the number one profession in the world. If you want to make money, and you want to be relying on yourself and Doug you further that we're talking about the network side of sales that you always have. The ability to meet somebody and maybe even move into another career. And then Bob, you nailed it with a couple things matter fact. I really like you to elaborate on that, that last thing you said Gosh, you know, I'm forgetting the acronym used. Uh, What was it about? Slow nickel too fast time. I don't want to forget that one. But let's let's do that. By the way one first. Let's let's use that as an example for anybody listening doesn't quite understand what you're saying. You talked about Dale. By the way, Frank is a salutation. I don't know if you've ever done any direct mail, but you know, no one really read anything anymore. They see that their name is pronounced correct or spell correctly in the window envelope. You know, they been if that's correct, open up because they think it's a bill. And then they'll see Go down and go. Oh my God. It's an ad. But then they really read is the PS and everyone, everyone Read the postscript because that's really that's what everything is something. It's the promotion. It's the deal. It's the discount coupon. Whatever the deal is, it's all summed up in the PS and so that by the way, Is before you hang up. Any call is a hate break. By the way. Have you thought of this or, you know, Would you consider that it? Just give them it is less threatening. It's not sail. This ship is not, you know, kicking the tires. You're not being forward. You're just trying to be helpful. You know, You just try to put them yourself in their shoes and go. Hey, you know you might want to consider this. It's really up to you. Think about it. And it's something you might want to consider in the new roof and a new mortgage. Um, look, Look, look, look at what options I present to you. Not today, but you know, months down the road where you have this acumen of savings. For a protective It'll Fran commercial. Pay me now or pay me later. Write and write, you know, or the tin man, you know, I'm here. I'm here to talk to you about, you know the before picture and down the neighbors. They're going to have the after picture in an N n No, I want to be the one to be the after victory. It's nothing like that. We're not trying to flimflam anybody. We're trying to be helpful and sales people is a way that people get information that they might not have gotten from anyone else. So I like to be informative. I like people to rely on me on information they might not be able to get from someone else, especially when it comes to dentistry. There's a lot of technology out there that the basic patient may not get from from their dentist, so So I have. Ah, if I have time to go into it all right now, we got two minutes before the last segment, but we could always pick up on it in the fourth. And I had a few said that Bob that a giant light bulb went off in my head. Just last night. You have been selling. I feel like I've been a salesman, probably for Going on 30 years of my life Ever since I used to help somebody sell baseball cards at the local mall shows growing up, But I realized that I used the by the way yesterday a TTE the end of a call. I'm gonna give the example is kind of kind of a neat when I was working with a guy who was purchased in a one point Ah, $3 Million house and he wanted me to days ago. He wanted me to talk to his financial planner We had set up. You know how we're gonna qualify the guy and what documents were gonna use, and it's kind of a neat thing where you can use your your assets to qualify. You don't have to prove you're your taxes and deputies, necessarily in all transactions, and especially if you're a retirement age. Well with that said we were working with financial guy getting things together. We're going to get the guy a rating in the high twos. Hey, was going I get $500,000 1st. We're going to do a $400,000 2nd Who's going to pay it off down the road after he sells another property kind of had a really perfect scenario put together. And yesterday. He calls me late in the afternoon. Says Frank. Listen, I decided I'm just gonna go ahead and pay cash for the property. I I'm going to go that route now got only 30 seconds left, So I probably have to pick this up in the next segment. But let's leave it there. When I was talking to the guy about the purchase. We had him all set up. He calls last night and tells me that he decides he's going to go ahead and pay cash. So essentially, he said, Hey, Frank, thank you for your time. Thank you for your services. I'm not gonna need them at this time, so I said, thank you. And then I went to the by the way, which will pick up when we get back here on the business.

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"florida state university" Discussed on Players Talk Live!

Players Talk Live!

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"florida state university" Discussed on Players Talk Live!

"Scrawled. Four going. Off. There I'll be running around the housing lot. Think I'm GonNa go live it is. New. Josh if you just keep that in mind and we'll take you you know seven six to ten sex from six like just hitting a bowl. A Lotta guys don't understand how that and then you move. It also does it makes their quarterback nervous when you don't even. Hit the ball he did nervous he my drop because he taking you swipe before he gave he get used that pressure closed an walls cares in or let alone you come to Winningham hammers when a bit forearms mash show the nut this season Josh. Josh. Anything. You like to say a shoutout your social where we can they find Josh Canedo. Is a first time shot in on my slow. But Hey you getting practice Zita. Give it up. Give it up. My instagram is then that's what I don't have a tutor anything. This is e is my name Dukla Tango? and. One thing I wanna say this for anybody listen. Honestly I'm just striving to be the best player and the best person that I could be I don't feel like is. In the secret sauce or anything like that you just got to. Put the work in you can't cheat the work and stuff like that, and he's going to be hard and positive get tough but. Keep pushing kiessling ally Dory said on email keep swimming and At the end of the day, everything will work itself out and. You might think people don't see epidemic. But. The Howard doesn't go unnoticed. So the key being treated, you be honest with yourself, keep putting the work and. It'd be the best person that you could be kind we love big. Bob Marley fan mass spread low one love and. That's it. Awesome. Awesome. Well again, thank you for joining today's episode of plants live on the Bro Network Josh I'm your host share adequate McColl host Tommy polly and Eric King sounding out from players told law where athletes voices matter. You have sir..

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"florida state university" Discussed on Players Talk Live!

Players Talk Live!

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"florida state university" Discussed on Players Talk Live!

"Where some type of quotas I. Yeah. So I was like okay bring. Because I. didn't know so. Wasn't equipment news stuff. You guys have total some slacks or whatever. And you know like I'm tall booed Milan is ever. So I, just had to take what I can get. took get an. While some high water pants no. Man That's. A ethnic would I cycle ground fan right there that's as. It is because I had all you had to govern coats you and A. Warning on. It was amazing. I mean I'd have been nervous. With came go back. Magical, bow. Tommy multiple talk to no no. That's not me was nervous at that time because it seemed like you had to sell well. was from Lega. We'll talk about early appeared developments standpoint. On one thing I've been trying to do. Is. Talk to the media. I'm honestly I'm not the big of a fan of being in the media and stuff but. I feel like trying to go to the next level like that's going to be part of it. You know saying so are trying to get myself ready now. For this again, you still being asked questions and comprehend in in banking in putting out a valid. Thought out response you know saying. Yeah because you go to build your brain, you not written. It matters it does matter it matters it could potentially money man let boy sonic a first round Iguana I. See why the second round. I was saying. I'm tired of Lay's and. Money Management Mary where Bo none of that man what am I on I don't try. Last question for you. Josh I. DON'T WANNA give too much right I. know his game weekend. All brought you is it pass rusher to get those ten sex. Do you have a USB Guy Power, guide you have a flux of moves with what could we look forward to seeing him because I know I live in teaching Bruce reserve for those with have relationship with him. is the long. Sausage recall sideswipes He had a natural bandages I mean you can't teach that. May Internet Cross Chop learned that working with Chuck Smith but that Cross job man against or really do you like variance of Muzo? What do you think you are power on that? I learned about myself is. I have. Been blessed with length quite. Just the long lanky. Lightning you combine that with leverage and stuff. That long long at extension and reducing that Clippers tunnel not yes. Sir I think that might be my best bet. They. Will I. Say. A excellent. While you say I was telling with values will. A lot of young guys because I was working with some guys in the league around no Bruce Row K. Mac You'll always have to hit the guy, hit their bell if you hit the ball that still sack right. So a lot of guys like to get there and they went across the quarterback when. I was just watching feel Maher. Mar.. Came from before here and We dissenting their Mr said. On thing, I land bought last year. The ball. Like automatically not tell them to send their off I managed. The ball. Like you would have got the sack you got the fumble you know. We had a backed up to she. We could have got don't know right there. Though. That's like the Auto Marsha man that's like the best play football to be exact this that fumble. Tax.

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"florida state university" Discussed on Players Talk Live!

Players Talk Live!

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"florida state university" Discussed on Players Talk Live!

"The NFL has everything that I know on the field, but is it everything that you thought so far? Well. the Florida state. I've been really started getting really. College football to probably about my sophomore year, but then my first offer. But even before dot. Like. There were dominate. You know you turn on the TV. That's reason TV. then. They come in afternoon you right there like. Is Crazy. Though others date. With. History now, let some even so much more since I've been here. Their history they in college football and things like that. Like I know a Lotta. been around me a lot of orders out of my mental illness like that. They grew up watching the state and so. It's really an honor to. Even, be on the campus stuff you know take the field. would. Not Stuff. There's so much blood sweat and tears into this program, but it'd be before me tell. Me Go to limit You could play for the seminoles in soak up on a history of the Charles still be around the program Dr Books News lose the great guys, man that's that was the reason why I came just a it wasn't that the eggs win a great Heidi one you know was. Was the whole in a uniform the whole any let you be yourself in Tampa and Tallahassee abrasive. Fall down and and how they just you know comforts you was always always enjoyed my time even coming back I'm. John How you doing? Man You. Know I just kind of wanted to jump into it man I'm. Tommy spoke in a little bit about your injury and I just wanted to know after Richard and getting hurt them agenda game. We should mindset going through that injury in in in. That high who? Would I have done a get back on back where you really WanNa be tell me what about that? So when I got hurt. And the first thing that I want to know. How with with my season over in this? First, they weren't sure but when I got the news. It was. Weird because I never got my season taken away from me right I know who so Suffered, a major injury Effort to measure what? Have but who? season. Not to the season you know. Talk about. Make you feel. Yes. So Last. I've been through something before so I know the first time I got hurt. That was like one of my lowest points ever in my life you know. Brad. The second time I've got hurt. It was like. Okay. You blinkered through this before. There were no tears. No crying. Like I know exactly what I need to do to get back. Right you know. So I had to do it. Well, the biggest done with my mental I'll admit it say in stuff and. I spent a lot of time. By myself and I kind of I don't know others went back to. Spoil, one of my life. And Look at myself in the mirror and..

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"florida state university" Discussed on Players Talk Live!

Players Talk Live!

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"florida state university" Discussed on Players Talk Live!

"Weakside divas in who I in my opinion is that rush guy and that's their got to get after the quarterback So at the end today, welcome Josh Canedo. came go with good. Not much not much. So yes. Tommy Kane does is a former mentally of yours and you what do the process him transition from Baltimore to Florida in. An endeavor on he was Undone Guy No, you work with them and talk with him as he prepared for that game every stage it seems like he's been on I I like for you to Kinda just are welcome. I'll fellow Baltimore You Josh, my God what's going on Florida's State No blood. Good Man Matab la man we needed Monica time line of something new Josh Tomlin. Canedo. Down with. A Manhattan. Proud of everything that you're going accomplish. You near future. Like you more confident what you're doing, can you explain about why is it different making top confident and went technical widened far as your hands whatever technical wise that you think you've worked on The. Defense I'm pretty much like a true end right now you know. And then taking the time to learn everything, it's a lot but. It's not too much for me stuff. So I think that confidence comes in know what I'm doing and being competent I'm doing. And then like I said, I'm not like a true last spot so. It's Kinda like my nature, my around you know. and. Then what was the second? listed. Technical parts of your game that you you got better than from when you came in. I feel like One of my biggest things is I control and using a hand instead of. Looking in the backseat. Shot to focus on the dust in front of me. And beat him down before I. Even worry about what's going on in the back side you know. Got Hurt you know has been alone seven eight months. Tomato Rehab has been at usually the Rehab was..

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"florida state university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"florida state university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Who they are. Subject. One is a college student at Florida State University. He was ousted from his position. In the student government. He will tell us why. And we have a knave a kit for him. And that is Station line coffer. Of The Alliance defending Freedom, one of the most important groups in America. They provide free legal services to people whose liberties Have been removed. He is a senior counsel at a B F. Gentlemen. Welcome to the Dennis Prager show. Thank you for having us. Very good. Good. So let me ask the student first. In a nutshell. What happened to you? Yeah, well, I'm a senior Florida State University where I've served in student Senate for going on three years now serving in various positions of leadership, most recently as the summit president. Also a devout Catholic, and I take part in a Catholic group chat, which offers of prayer and encouragement. Other students, however, when one of my fellow believers sent a message asking us to financially support causes that were contrary to our Catholic faith. I felt the need to point out that discrepancy and without my permission, another student took screenshots of my messages and sent them to the student Senate who took them out of context and subsequently removed me from my job. Student Senate president Or simply stating wrong known Catholic doctrine in the private group chat. Right. So let's be very specific. What group were you referring to? And what was the belief that was contrary to your religious values? Yes, I'm referring to the Catholic student union is Florida State, Florida State University. My what they asked, asked us to financially support was amongst other organizations. Black lives matter dot com and the value And I just pointed out the fact that black lives matter dot com, Um, is opposed to the nuclear family and the feel you advocates for wider access to abortion and these views there. Direct conflict with the teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. That was it. Yes, sir. What does it mean? Removed from the Florida State University student Senate you They took a vote among other senators, and you were kicked off. Like Essentially, I was they made a motion to take a vote of no confidence in me as president president, claiming that my my Catholic faith was a boring and wait that what they said. They said that Essentially, that's what they claim. They claimed that my beliefs that come from the Catholic My faith is a Catholic, disqualified me from serving his students and the president and they took a vote to remove me from my job is president and they basically sold I would like to see the words Let me go to the council for a BF here and speak to Tyson line coffer. So Tyson, let me understand here. It seems to me That he got kicked off because he criticized BLM. My wrong Well, yes, among other things. It didn't even really criticism. He simply said, Hey, you know if you want to support that you can just be aware you're all Catholics, and they they support Views that are contrary to the Catholic Church that it wasn't really pretty, but I was just pointing out a fact. Right? But Ah, do you think Do you think that had he not mentioned BLM? He would have been kicked off. I want to know what really triggered them. Well, it's always hard to know Dennis. I don't know the reason why we don't know it because there were so many students that came in and talked about this. What happened in there was an initial vote that very night there was a vote. Should kick him off and it lost 23 13. But over the next two days, they engaged in a public pressure campaign to get senators have changed their vote, and that Friday two days later, they held another vote. That was a seven hour zoom call. Where hundreds of students appeared and just castigated Jack. They're holding Catholic views and setting that stated that he was disqualified for serving as president. And so it's hard to say what they were all saying that essentially, they said, You know, you're Catholic. U's disqualifies you for president, you should be removed and they voted 33 3 to remove Jack as president. So, Jack, What was it? What was it that did it The it wasn't the abortion issue or wasn't the nuclear family issue? I'm going to take your answer in a moment. And I'm going to go back to them. By the way, there's a banner for IVF. It's a good example. That taking his case for free. It's only because people like you and me And I mean that because I support them to go to the banner, please at my website. Now review zone is a remarkable product. It was developed by doctors. I didn't agree to recommend it until I spoke to the doctors behind it. It's got they have two patents on it. It is a remarkable product. And it works for what I think is one of the biggest health problems of the country. People eat too much. I fast every day for about 16 hours, so I I'm a big fan of eating less..

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"florida state university" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"florida state university" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Were non aerosol izing procedures on coded positive patients, or, you know other things where people were maybe with a person under investigation. That wasn't definitely positive, and they didn't know. So those were the things but then the other thing that was very risky for health care workers was going to restaurants and bars. And in many ways that was more of Ah, factor among health care workers for getting cove it then their work, Wass. Because it worked. We're all being extra careful in the healthcare world. But you know when you're out, you know in restaurants bars, some restaurants are actually screening. I went last week two sous Ella and had a Nice little cocktail on their patio there and, um and they temperatures scream to me. So I was really impressed with that. Well, good. Good. What about? Well, we We got reports today Ah, that there's 1000 students at a party of Florida State University after the governor opened up all the bars and restaurants. Fully to. Ah, dying in customers, bars and restaurants now fully open in Florida on that pretty much gives permission to the college students. It's just go out and go crazy and go party. Which is a bad message. What about our schools yet? Doctor, do you do you see? Ah, Our schools after the nine weeks mandatory of the nine week proposed and accepted online that we can open up to Earl Little kids and special needs kids. Um, I I just say one thing about Florida this statistic That was blew me away. I read about Florida is today. They did that. Florida recorded 20% of all the deaths in the United States. The day they opened restaurants and bars, So that's like really insane. I just thought that was ah. Hard to understand. But, yeah, I mean, I think it's a really difficulty. My My brother is a school teacher in Columbus, Ohio, and he has They're open. He does half of his normal class in the morning and half of his normal class in the afternoon, so they're trying to do this thing to socially distance. But he said so far, two kids in the morning session and two kids in the afternoon session of tested positive and they're still not, you know, closing the school. So more so I think it's really difficulty open up the schools. Um, a cz long as we have this level of transmission and I'm not sure you know what that means for the future. In the wintertime..

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"florida state university" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"florida state university" Discussed on KTRH

"Oh, yeah, energy Now, I guess we have had record crowds for the rodeo. No down. I mean, that's the only time we really talk about it. Or maybe Super Bowl, you know. Well, you have four seating for the rodeo. But you also have. I'm guessing they don't put a lot of people behind the stands. You know, we're behind the state has 25% capacity 25% 25% You think they confined 13,300? People still believe in the Texans after the only three star dear they get Absolutely absolutely. They can. All right. All eyes have been on Florida because Governor Rhonda Sanders said all the kids back to school. All the kids going back to the classroom. Oh, here we go. He's going to be crazy. Well, A lot of teachers and families did fear go with 19 spikes. In Florida public schools so far. Has not happened. From the States. Positive case count among kids ages, 5 to 17 has actually declined. From the time kids went back to school until late September. Among the county's seeing surges. In overall cases, it's college aged adults, not the school Children that they're driving the trend. Really so far. And with that in mind, by the way, Because one thing we know about college students is they will part, eh? No matter what Police broke up a massive party over 1500 people at one apartment complex at Florida State University's off campus housing All their depart. So we may see little spike in Florida State in Tallahassee. It is a 5 41 time for traffic and weather together. Let's get you caught a benign drive Once again, Here's Julie darning. We do have a problem for you. It's going to be on the inbound side of 45 the North Freeway before you get sick, Stan, it looks like it's gonna be a stalled vehicle. You are backed up.

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"florida state university" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"florida state university" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Downward trajectory continues with a 14 day positivity rate hovering around 5%. Miami Dade Mayor Carlos Jimenez says that means more things can open up. Starting Friday. This will apply to movie theaters. Bowling alleys, concert halls, convention spaces, banquet halls and certain indoor amusement venues. While Corona virus cases are searching at colleges across the country, there is better news to report in the Jacksonville area. The University of North Florida reported. 87 cases Jacksonville University has had 23 Florida State College Jacksonville, a scene 16 covert 19 cases. By comparison, Florida State University reported 1250 cases. As of last Friday, the University of Central Florida will begin randomly testing all students and staff for Corona virus. Starting next week. Testing begins with about 100 students in the schools, fraternity and sorority system after residents from three on campus houses had to be quarantined with Florida's news. I'm John Conrad. This is a Bloomberg money minute to the surprise of virtually no what the Federal Reserve is leaving interest rates unchanged. It is also signaling that rates will remain on hold through at least 2023. Help the economy recover from the Corona virus. Pandemic stocks ended mixed on remarks from Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell over an uncertain economic rebound without further stimulus. The Dow Jones industrial Average added 37, the S and P 500 fell 16. The NASDAQ dropped 140 low mortgage rates have homebuilders feeling up beat? The National Association of Homebuilders Sentiment Index climbed this month. Matching a record high set in 1998 groups as a shift to the suburbs is keeping builders busy. Deutschebank is in no hurry to bring its New York area employees back to the office. Unlike rival banks that are seeking to bring staffers back, Deutschebank says workers can continue working remotely. Until the middle of next year. Larry Coffee, Bloomberg Radio. How.

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'Astonishingly risky': COVID-19 cases at colleges are fueling the nation's hottest outbreaks

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

02:04 min | 1 year ago

'Astonishingly risky': COVID-19 cases at colleges are fueling the nation's hottest outbreaks

"New cases averaging 34,000 Day, which is a decline of roughly 18%. Over two weeks. College campuses continue to be a challenge, though here, CBS's David beg No. It was another weekend of parties around colleges and universities. Young people gathered in Washington Square Park near New York University. For the second consecutive weekends. Thiss crowded House Party took place near the University of Kansas Video of a party near Florida State University shows very few people wearing masks, according to a New York Times survey of more than 1600 schools. Colleges and universities recorded more than 36,000 Corona virus cases in just the last week. An outbreak at Michigan State University as county health officials urging all students to self quarantine for 14 days, But not everyone is convinced that that plan is going to work long term. Eventually, most people are going to get it. And that is exactly what worries infectious disease experts like Dr Michael Foster home with the colleges and universities, openings with the spillover that's occurring with people experience. Even more pandemic fatigue. We're going to see these numbers grow substantially. This morning. There are encouraging signs on the vaccine front. Listen to what the CEO of Pfizer told market Brennan on face the nation in our base case. We have quite the good chance more than 60%. But we will know if the product works or not by the end of October. The vaccine, developed by the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca will resume political trials and at least two countries. This comes just days after they were put on hold. CBS NEWS Medical contributor Dr David Vegas, a neurologic side effect happened in a second patient. The trial was stopped and it was really by an outside group of people called the data stating monitoring board. All of them felt that it was not related to the vaccine, and therefore they could proceed with the clinical trial of the vaccine that the benefit was obviously significantly greater than any potential chance of harm. CBS's David Beg No

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"florida state university" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

Physical Activity Researcher

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"florida state university" Discussed on Physical Activity Researcher

"In today's episode, we will explore how meaning in life and meaning in sport might be interrelated and the psychological approaches that might help us understand meaning in sport. I'm very excited to introduce today's guest. He has Valerie simply completed his doctoral dissertation in the field of Sports. Psychology. At Florida State University which focused on meaning in sport and its relationship to athlete burn..

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Miami - Several Florida students defy coronavirus guidelines with large parties

WBZ Midday News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Miami - Several Florida students defy coronavirus guidelines with large parties

"Students at Florida universities are in hot water. They held large parties and didn't wear masks and they were crowded. Parties to police have arrested 11 students after a Florida State University frat party. The University of Miami blames dorm room parties for a covert 19 outbreak there. Some students have been kicked out. And in Fort Meyers, the president of Florida, Gulf Coast University, has threatened to campus shut down after two big parties student Caitlin Snook. Everyone's been so bored with quarantine and locked down, and now they think just because they're over it that they can pretend like the virus doesn't exist any more. School officials say Students who went to those parties should get covert 19 tests as soon as possible. Peter

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Some Conferences Are Determined: There Will Be College Football This Fall

All Things Considered

03:48 min | 1 year ago

Some Conferences Are Determined: There Will Be College Football This Fall

"There There will will be be college college football football this this fall. fall. Maybe Maybe that that is is the the message message this this week week from from some some top top football football schools schools and and conferences. conferences. It It comes comes after after two two powerhouse powerhouse conferences. conferences. The Big 10 in the Pac 12 announced they were canceling their full seasons because of the Corona virus. NPR's Greg Allen reports how colleges that are planning to play hope to protect the health of their athletes. Even many hard core college football fans are skeptical how Khun well over 100 people on a typical team training play without spreading the Corona virus, possibly shutting down the season this week, three of the top conferences, the SEC, the SEC and the Big 12 said their plans this fall to play and do so safely. John Thrasher is president of Florida State University, which is part of the Atlantic Coast Conference. And what we frankly want to send is a message to some of the other schools that may be teetering on whether or not to play football. We think it's a bit in the best interest of our student athletes. For us to play football. We could do it safely and we can do it productively for them for fans, athletes and the multi $1,000,000,000 sports entertainment complex built around college football things looked bleak Tuesday. Two major conferences, The Big 10 in the Pac 12 canceled their fall schedules because of the uncertainty and health risk surrounding the Corona virus. The announcement by the remaining three of the power five conferences that they would have a fall season came after athletes began a hashtag. We want to play movement on social media. At Florida State Wide receiver Keyshawn Helton says he believes training and playing with regular testing and medical protocols in place. Maybe safer than not playing. You talk about 18 or 22 year old Just quarantine at the house. That's unrealistic. There's really there's so many other things that you know God, I'm going to go do which is not safe. So being here with my team, and all of us together is the safest forth. The college conferences are pushing back the start of their seasons to give them extra time to get ready and perhaps learn from the experiences of other sports. Putting players inside a bubble like the N BA has done in Orlando isn't feasible for student athletes who live on campus and have to attend classes. University of Miami coach Manny Diaz believes college football can learn from the English soccer leagues, which resumed play in June. Without fans with so much at stake. He believes his athletes will be careful. They're aware that they've got to keep their bubble small. They understand the value of what a mask doesn't and who that protection If you're around people who don't have mass on, you've got to find another place to be, but with all that there's risk and going ahead with the college football season. One concern that was reportedly a factor in the decision of some conferences to postpone play is new information about a heart condition. My card is that has been linked to the Corona virus. It's an inflammation of the heart that can lead to long term problems. Announcing its decision to play the Big 12 conference, said any players who test positive for the Corona virus would receive an E K g echocardiogram, cardiac Emery and further heart tests before returning to play. Gabe Feldman, the director of the Sports Law program at Tulane University in New Orleans, says If the schools are transparent and take the right precautions he thinks they can play. Every school in the athletic department has to be very clear with all of their athletes. About what the risks are and what the unknowns are. And then the athletes have to have a choice. It's one thing to play. But can there be fans in the stadium? University of Florida athletic director Scott Strickland says he hopes so We want to be on a have fans, and we hope we're in a position to do that. But you see, this is the NFL season now starts earlier than ours, and A lot of NFL teams and still have a made determinations. Yet that could be the riskiest. Part of all some schools were opposing plans that would limit attendance to 25% of a stadium's capacity, which would still bring together a huge crowd of 20,000 or more cheering, screaming fans. Greg Allen. NPR NEWS Miami

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"florida state university" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"florida state university" Discussed on KTOK

"I think a lot of Americans would welcome a Facebook that actually doesn't have a much outrage and haze of those, But others would welcome probably, you know, free flowing conversation. I will say this that If Jefferson and Madison and the boys were still around, they would all be very active on what we are seeing now is the ultimate fruition of their dream. Creating a nation in which everyone has a voice. It's incredible. Someone sitting in their bedroom in the middle of Ohio could tweet something that changes the path of American history. What power what impact and that's the America that first generation had in mind. Ken Paulson, founder of one for all director of the Free speech center at Middle Tennessee State University and former editor in chief of the U. S. A. Today can thank you for taking the time to have this discussion with us. We appreciate it. My pleasure. Thank you. And finally, for some insight into how people are dealing with these unprecedented times, including this current pandemic and all the disruption it's caused. I'm joined by Dr Leslie Bysshe, chair of the department of Behavioral Sciences and social Medicine at the Center for Medicine and Public Health at Florida State University. Dr. Bajc Thank you for your time and let me start here. Is there any comparable situation in modern history? When it comes to the disruption we're seeing throughout society and potential changes in people's behavior. I actually think we've had quite a few. Just not in recent times. I think our parents would remember. How they adjusted to fears of polio. Uh, that was more of a summer concerned that they would have had, And if you go back to maybe your grand parents and great grand parents during the Greatness will end the era of World War one. The situation was nearly quite similar about avoiding crowds less about wearing masses, of course, but also fear of the unknown. When society is going through an event that causes this kind of disruption. What are some shifts in behavior that behavioral scientists keep a close eye on Oh, I think you know, people in different circumstances behaved somewhat differently. Many people are in fact, anxious. And that anxiety and some people to respond aggressively and I think we see news media reports of that people ask where mass respond sometimes In very unfortunate separation with violent way have people who isolate themselves. Even Mohr, uh, and have no support systems and of course, we want them to be relatively isolated. Leave her alone animals in despair and potentially depression. And you know, in suicidal part those kinds of things do you have some really remarkable, you know, kind of extremes that people have And then we have a lot of other, you know, take that adjustment in stride and recognize that and wear a mask. They socially they can They think about different ways to maintain their relationships by using Technology. People. People come from very different way You mentioned something there that I want to follow up on one of the major differences between what we're facing now and what the country dealt with before the polio vaccine was invented or back a century ago during the influenza pandemic technology Had his technology play into people's behavior and their ability to deal with the disruption. Or does it in some cases have an adverse effect? Yeah, great question. I think, like so many other things in our society is a double edged sword. I think the ability to connect with loved ones and support systems through you know where there's a telephone, nail or equipment zoom or face time. All of those things. It's just so tremendous if you're trying to get hold of, Ah, Parents and loved ones who were in assisted living facilities or nursing home and they're not allowing people to enter. And you want to say that's a great from connection on the on the flip side of that when we're looking at social media, and you find so much misinformation and so much distortion of factual information we're talking about. The the incorrect kinds of behaviors that we want people otherwise. So you know where we live in that? That's the most unusual part of our times. You know? You asked me that question earlier, right? Have we lived in times like these? We have But I think the technology and 24 7 media changed and how we may we may grapple with the circumstances. I'm joined by Dr Leslie Bysshe, chair of the Department of Behavioral Sciences and social medicine at the Center for Medicine and Public Health at Florida State University, taking a step away from the pandemic for a moment, how was social Media and recent technological advances changed human behavior? You know, I people like their pizza. This attention's on on that subject. There's just so many So many aspects that are so broad to that and just make you understand nuance. We expect immediate gratification of so many things in our society and social media. The bills that, uh, think about the times you've been with have adolescent Children, or you're an adolescent at any age. How often people girls for five minutes without looking at the text there, getting or checking in email. Or, you know, otherwise been distracted when they're sitting next to someone potentially endangering a conversation. Hopefully, social existence a nap, so we have to be in contact 2024 7 and again. If you think about her grant grandparents and great grandparents, they went to bed linen. That dog So you know, I'm willing. They read about things in the newspaper and often those stones were before that people getting information when the man was about the Pony Express, So you know, our first for information is now a days and emotional man, and that becomes the expectation. And we expect our wants and needs to be met immediately. And you know, there's some good things to that man on something insider again. Great important. What are the differences between behavioral changes in Children and adults during something like this? Adults obviously have a lot on their plate, protecting the family financial concerns, But kids Got their own thing going on in this experience is certainly up ended their lives too Sure. Well, first of all, Children, you know of all ages, you know, take cues from what their parents are doing and how their parents are responding. So parents who are again taking things in stride are modeling that behavior for their Children. And, of course, parents who were wearing masks, so distancing and all of those things. And normalizing that behavior for their kids. Younger Children, you know, may not actually notice us much disruption. They aren't going to daycare, but they're still able to play. Uh, Children would be in school. You are Trying to figure out that balance between you know academics that they're supposed to be having it's summer, so that even a little break from that and they're kind of play and they're they're not sure why they're not see all their friends and depending how parents Capably explained that you know is an interesting kind of dimension to it. You know, adolescents are very social that again. They're using a lot of social media. So for You should be really interesting. I think the adolescents of my own home who could be right next to one another and still be communicating the attacks or the instagram or what have you and I find that interesting, so in many respects Boy can they can have their saying lifestyle How now even though their social and should be essentially business, But I think one of the biggest threat a za public health person to responding to this pandemic. Is continuing to keep people from gathering in large groups who have been closeted away for months. And they are they are really getting Cove. It's obeah. At this point they need, Teo. They don't fully grasp that they're bringing disease home to their family members, potentially, and you know any age above 10. There's Very significant data out there emerging that they're able tto share whatever you pick up and bring it home, and so that that poses a number of questions or concerns that you should also be having so you know that social behavior that is so important for adolescents and young adults. And they're trying to again normal on a plane right now get back to global. We're not gonna get back to mobile right away. Does geography also play into behavioral changes and urban rural divide back? Do you think that Yes, that sort of pace of life. Ah, you know, is very different in those spears and the it's probably a lot harder to, uh, to maintain distance and I'm thinking New York City When you can hear your neighbors behind the next Wall verses, you're living in a farm that might be a little bit more isolated from others in your normal lifestyle. Maybe Maybe have limited interpersonal relationships with, you know, right with one somewhat, so I can imagine that that would that would be the case. You often have to travel long distances and with orders to interact with other people to receive services, other things so they're more likely to be cut off. And you know that connection positive aspect again like something discussed, but also some take it. It wants like accessing needed services. And so on particular if they don't have access to food, and you know that kind of thing medicine, I'm joined by Dr Leslie Bysshe, chair of the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine at the Center for Medicine and Public Health at Florida State University. Finally, in your experience, and based on all the research you've looked at and studied. Are there steps people can take to limit the frustration and anxiety there.

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Training Topics of Speed and Power Development in American Football and Field Sports

Just Fly Performance Podcast

06:43 min | 1 year ago

Training Topics of Speed and Power Development in American Football and Field Sports

"Hey everybody welcome to another show, so this one is a little different and instead of me, interviewing someone or instead of throwing out a Q. and A. and answering your questions I'm actually being guest interviewed by a guy who has an absolute stud resume in the field, and that is Josh hingst. I will say so. Josh I I meant to interview him for a long time now, but Josh flip the script on me and asked if he could interview me on a speed and power in related training topics for American football. When I say football really no matter what sport you work with it, it's this is really applying concepts of of speed bio mechanics for team sports so so American football team. Sport and really translating sprinting speed, and by a mechanic topics really into that environment the. Josh has a superstar resume. He's the head strength coach of the two thousand eighteen super bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles. He's had past experience with the Jacksonville Jaguars the University of Nebraska the Atlanta Falcons as well as Florida State University. Josh multi talented, not only is he a strength coach and Ex Anna successful. When at that doing? A lot of work particularly with the Eagles in integration of Sports, science, and really being on the cutting edge there, he also is a sports nutritionist and has done a lot of work in the past in the realms of sports nutrition at some of his previous stops in twenty thirteen, he co-authored Athletes Guide to sports supplements out when he was at the University of Nebraska. I I met Josh back in two thousand four in Barcelona Spain, and it's been phenomenal to be able to stay in touch with him. Since then I'm super humbled. He wanted to interview me. This is like a it was a great opportunity to share my thoughts and put some thoughts together on these topics, but again just super humbling to be interviewed by a person with such awesome resume who I've been trying to get as a typical interview. Guests for this show so anyways we'll. We'll get onto it here just a couple of quick topics that we are. are going to run through is sprint a sprint, development and sprint mechanic development and speed drills particularly as it pertains to team sport. We're GONNA get into concepts on training foot. some particular concepts that I've that really stuck with me from a dairy bar that I've learned from him and how that Pertain Sport? We're GONNA. Talk about is metric, hamstring, injury, prevention and more. This was a really fun talking. I, hope you guys enjoy it so so let's get onto it episode to ten guest interviewer. Josh, thinks, and I have any conversation on speed and power topics. All I. I wanted to start off by Sharon. You know just the thank you for You know it's not often that you know people. Like me. Get a chance to thank people like you that you know that you're learning from that. You're progressing from. N. A just appreciated that. You know it's been a really good thing. I that there's others in the field like Mike in my shoes. That want to say that and. Yeah so I. Just I mean a lot of different thoughts. I mean. I think probably for me. You know I think you know a lot of the questions that you of have chewed on and and some of your interests. It's fun because I think we can all see where your brains at sometimes based on some of the people that you're bringing on the podcast with. Health or Of different things like that, but I think it's all really good good stuff, but I guess the first question I had is is probably one that you've answered a lot I think it's just more or less your take on some speed mechanics and running drills, and those application teams or seen I. Think a lot of people in my view. Shoes are like. Like well. We're not going to change that now. You know we're getting twenty three year old athletes in you know. Are we wasting our time in those types of things, or are you feel what you would do? You think that we can make make change. In how much time and energy do we devote to these things? Yeah, so that's a good question. I would say just in my time working with team sports in the running situation and thinking about it, and watching and observing as well I, think the I'll start with the good, actually because I think that it's in my nature to sometimes be a little contrarian as I was mentioning before we start recording I try to stay balanced. Try to really still like both sides of the equation, so with the common sprint drills as the bees, and whatever else there isn't all the marching type stuff 'cause I guess if we think of Sprint Joe. We think of a march. It's not going to fast horizontally. You're slowing the horizontal component down so there's some things in the vertical plane that. You can work on. It's all start with the positives I i. do think that there's always a bandwidth I mentioned this and speed strength, but I think that even if there's a disconnect between the actual mechanics in a marching bass drill for an athlete who might be a very muscular type athlete like they're very muscle driven they they tend to really squat deep in their movements, which isn't a bad for being a football player and Rennick Selah Rating. That's really important. But for someone who may not be in touch with their feet so much I think it gives a good opportunity to give them exposure for some of the vertical contacts ply metric in some ways so I I think that's okay. I don't have a problem with that I. Think it's the poll, the pole or was it dried mock or I think he's Polish when he came up with that stuff. It was really because they couldn't run I. don't know how many indoor tracks they had, and they just had to come up with a creative way to maintain. Muscle specific conditioning for sprinters, so if we think of if I'm a football player, a basketball player, and most of my movement is with a lower center of mass, and it's a little more specific to half the change. Directions quickly which I. wouldn't if I was a football player, I wouldn't WanNa really run like a sprinter because that's sometimes I think about if I'm spending more time in the air by nature, I need to the the the time for me to make a decision is is more or less are basically it's going to if it takes me longer to put my foot down. 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It's (Not) Alive: Chemical Gardens in Space

Innovation Now

01:11 min | 1 year ago

It's (Not) Alive: Chemical Gardens in Space

"Colorful Crystal Gardens are often grown in science classrooms but NASA is growing crystal gardens to learn about self organizing chemical reactions in space. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future crystal gardens made from sugar solutions and string or salt liquid blooming and charcoal are both fascinating and familiar now. The astronauts on the International Space Station are growing their own complex. Crystal Gardens made from dissolved metal salts and a liquid medium once the experiments conclude the intricate samples will be carefully packed and returned to Marshall Space Flight Center homebase for the Crystal Garden team using a scanning electron microscope researchers from NASA and Florida State University will examine every aspect of the crystalline growth wall thickness tube measurements and crystal orientation. We'll be studied and compared to identical solutions that were grown here on earth researchers hope to get a crystal clear understanding of these micro structures and to use what they've learned to engineer new synthetic materials in the lab

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Discovering 'Stormquakes'

Short Wave

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Discovering 'Stormquakes'

"Seattle Calgary or Juno. You might have felt it October. Twenty Eighth Two thousand twelve seven point eight magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Canada near the archipelago of Haida Guay earthquakes. Earthquakes aren't unusual in that area. Because there's a big fault line nearby but it turned out buried in the data associated with this earthquake. was something unusual joie. We were not particularly looking for something but we were Trying to look for earthquake Evolution processes when you in fan is a professor officer at Florida State University. I am has Malla Gist. Or you can say a geophysicist in a more general term and so a couple years back when he he was looking at the data from the two thousand twelve earthquake off the coast of Canada he noticed spent before that big earthquake struck. There were records of what looked. I like smaller earthquakes nearby just migrating from north to south and by noticing that I saw I found a precursor to the earthquake creek and that was quite exciting to me and that would have been pretty cool on its own a previously unknown precursor to a big seven point eight earthquake but just to make sure it was a real thing when you looked at some data from two years before and the year after so not only to Intel thousand ten thousand thirteen. Tom And what we started to find is that such activities would would happen but only happen during wintertime. uh-huh so those smaller earthquakes in the ocean weren't a precursor to the big earthquake all because they happen before it and after it to now. You don't have to be a seismologist to know that earthquakes don't exactly know when it's wintertime. That's right that's right. Yeah earthquakes aren't seasonal right. They kind of just happen when they happen by. The weather is no sure is so that was Eureka. The Eureka moments saying while the nationality of this sussman activity obviously is quite important. What when you in some of his colleagues would later confirmed? Is that storms out in the ocean. We're causing what they say is a seismic phenomenon that they never knew about before instead of finding earthquakes. We found storm cracks storm. Quakes this episode. How they happen and what they could teach us? I'm Maddie Safai. In this shortwave. The daily science podcast from NPR VR.

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"florida state university" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"florida state university" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Brand new at this? And you know, who's never really done any investing or trading well for brand new, and you've never really done any investing trading, which you need to get an education. Nobody's born with that financial education. I know you say that all the time, but it's true. If you need to have the basics and have a strategy have a plan, you need to have a mentor a coach, somebody going to hold your hand through it. So you don't make mistakes that most rookies and people are out there who are just trying to read books or watch video. So on YouTube, make when they're starting out. And we have a question. Yes, your book. It doesn't answer it. You look at a YouTube video. Yes. Good question. It doesn't answer it. You're just figuring out on yourself. Give a live instructor professional trainer working with you, and mentoring, you, they can answer your questions. They can hold your hand and show you the way. Absolutely. And, you know, I got a finance degree from Florida State University and ended it didn't teach me anything treating an investing, and it wasn't really until I began to surround myself with other successful, traders and other successful investors that I really began to realize, how markets really work and how professionals are able to generate income in any type of market direction where the market's going up down or sideways. So listeners out there, you know, I if you wanna take your investing or trading to that next level, if you're looking for an edge, you know, come check out the academy, we offer classes, all over the place, down here in south Florida for to get started, you know foam as far north as Vero beach to as far south as KENDALL and just about everywhere in between. And if you're out there, if you want to learn more about trading for income more about crypto currencies more about these marijuana stocks. And really how to get started trading or investing gives.

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Study: Fossil fuels will be necessary in cold winters

Climate Cast

05:01 min | 2 years ago

Study: Fossil fuels will be necessary in cold winters

"Anew big picture. I tell us what this study in applied energy measured. This is a study that looked at heating transitions from fuels lake fossil fuels, like natural gas and propane to 'electricity with the hope that when they electrically becomes a renewable electricity makes we would decarbonised our heating, and we were able to through the sustainable, healthy cities, network rain together researchers from Columbia University, which, which led the study, my own group from the university of Minnesota, our colleagues from Colorado state university, who provided data about Fort Collins and Florida State University that had. Dade on Tallahassee. So it was a fascinating comparison of full, very different cities to see what, how can we decarbonised heating and cooling? And I looked at some of the numbers in the study, they're quite interesting. What did you find about the optimal energy mix for states like Minnesota to be both climate-friendly and reliable. So this is very interesting. So the study compared moving from heating as I said, which is now by combustion, so we bun, natural gas furnaces, and the hot air is, basically transmitted throughout the house, and that's the predominant way we he doubled ings. And this would switch to a heat bump, which basically takes air from outside and increases temperature and circulates and this. Electrically driven heat pump. We looked at two technologies one as an air source heat, bump rich draws air. The other is. Ground source heat, bump, which taps into your ground temperature with stays about fifty five to sixty degrees Fahrenheit and can be used both for heating in winter and for cooling in summer, and then we said, if we were to move to electrically driven heating and cooling. And if that electricity could be obtained from around us regionally through solar and wind, what is the, the variability of solar, and win that matches the patterns of demand. So it's really how do you match the supply with demand what we found was in our region. The patterns don't match the optimum availability of solar, and wind, just because I mean, even in day to day, you know, we need heat when it's late at night on us and shining. And if you also look at the monthly availability of boat wind and soda, it wasn't as good a match as it was in the other cities. So this is just how the city's demand and the supply of wind and solar. Around, you are weather and climate system works up here. Yeah. So what we found was even the best case you could get about seventy percent penetration of this mix of wind and solar, which for us is more towards wind and less solar. So the numbers were interesting when you combine this twelve hour storage, which will get to in a minute renewable, energy, penetration could reach eighty percent of New York City, seventy percent in Minneapolis, eighty three percent in Tallahassee and sixty nine percent in Fort Collins. So could we say that for your purposes here that means that seventy percent of power through, renewables is a practical, upper limit in Minnesota? So that's what this study is finding if we were to look at just the heating, so heating and cooling. And we also looked at round source heat bumps with thirty six hours of storage for heating and you could go up a little bit to seventy four. Percents. And the study basically says that has a slightly extra higher cost, but ground source heat pump might give you other aspects of reliability. So there's a, you know, we lay out that argument is that technology here today. Yes. Grandmas. Hit bump is here, and there are rebates offered four grandsons. He here's a quote from the study, it says the study found that the use of fossil fuels would still be needed to meet peak demand in cold climates, like Minneapolis and Fort Collins, this is because renewable energy cannot be produced at the rate needed to meet demand during the coldest month. So in that scenario is the rest of that likely natural gas and nuclear power so that these great questions. So it could be natural gas. We could also be thinking cities like Saint Paul and Minneapolis, which already have district energy systems. This could be a wonderful way of thinking about growth in our region. And how to have that growth, be more. Impact so that you can have shed heating and those district energy systems can be flex fuel as you already know. And so they could use biomass, I think waste to energy options would be fantastic, because they

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Crime Junkie is celebrating 18 million downloads

podnews

02:19 min | 2 years ago

Crime Junkie is celebrating 18 million downloads

"Me tell you about the mysterious death of Kendrick Johnson. Crime junkie is celebrating eighteen million downloads in the past two months. The true crime podcast has signed with Cabana. The digital audio business of at-large media for exclusive add representation the podcast has a live tour in June. Swooped? A new social podcast player has been getting plenty of positive reviews. We noticed one in diverge yesterday. Now, clearly it would be wrong of us to recommend the all sign up and listen to the pod news podcast in swimsuit. So will not be doing that today. We did. Discover specs though, an automatic transcription and voice editing tool, and we linked to a video today of somebody removing the arms in a podcast. It's quite neat. You'll find the link in our show notes and in our newsletter if you'd like to download apps GIO longs to other countries on an iphone. We linked to a helpful guide from gadget hacks today. And if you own an Android phone, it's even easier just use a trusted AP K mirror like one called a PK mirror and download the file to install it on your device after checking your local laws. First Barron's online covers how podcasting becomes a big business today. Dur lingo Spanish podcast is a bilingual podcast and. Sunday media. I looking for story pitches, you need to be a native Spanish speaker and get your proposal to them by the end of April. The twenty eighth the company also highlights Argentina's park podcast network, which has over twenty shows in a blog post today. The Sydney Morning Herald has reviewed the road cast pro and the team behind Nancy WNYC's popular LGBTQ, plus podcast visited Florida State University in podcasts today. Leo LaPorte is the guest in the upgrade from life hacker this week. Also, new this week C S are of one features inspiring people who are making strides outside their chosen careers and nouveau Monde is the first native podcast from French radio station. France unfo- it focuses on new technology. It's thirty minutes long. It to spin off of a four minute feature aired on the station on Saturdays,

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Crime Junkie is celebrating 18 million downloads

podnews

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Crime Junkie is celebrating 18 million downloads

"The latest from pod news dot net. Let me tell you about the mysterious death of Kendrick Johnson. Crime junkie is celebrating eighteen million downloads in the past two months. The true crime podcast has signed with Cabana. The digital audio business of at-large media for exclusive add representation the podcast has a live tour in June. Swooped? A new social podcast player has been getting plenty of positive reviews. We noticed one in diverge yesterday. Now, clearly it would be wrong of us to recommend the all sign up and listen to the pod news podcast in swimsuit. So will not be doing that today. We did. Discover specs though, an automatic transcription and voice editing tool, and we linked to a video today of somebody removing the arms in a podcast. It's quite neat. You'll find the link in our show notes and in our newsletter if you'd like to download apps GIO longs to other countries on an iphone. We linked to a helpful guide from gadget hacks today. And if you own an Android phone, it's even easier just use a trusted AP K mirror like one called a PK mirror and download the file to install it on your device after checking your local laws. First Barron's online covers how podcasting becomes a big business today. Dur lingo Spanish podcast is a bilingual podcast and. Sunday media. I looking for story pitches, you need to be a native Spanish speaker and get your proposal to them by the end of April. The twenty eighth the company also highlights Argentina's park podcast network, which has over twenty shows in a blog post today. The Sydney Morning Herald has reviewed the road cast pro and the team behind Nancy WNYC's popular LGBTQ, plus podcast visited Florida State University in podcasts today. Leo LaPorte is the guest in the upgrade from life hacker this week. Also, new this week C S are of one features inspiring people who are making strides outside their chosen careers and nouveau Monde is the first native podcast from French radio station. France unfo- it focuses on new technology. It's thirty minutes long. It to spin off of a four minute feature aired on the station on Saturdays,

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"florida state university" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"florida state university" Discussed on 20/20

"So he does something a little planning high risk taking on multiple women. These on a frenzy. After this horrendous attack Kyle mega he goes just about four or five blocks away ended up at a we call the Dunwoody residents, which was the residence of Cheryl Thomas, I was a student Florida State University, and I was a dance major. I woke up to this loud. Banging sound. Then we could hear Cheryl moaning whimpering, and I called Cheryl. We could hear the phone ringing because the wall was so thin, but she wasn't answering her phone, and that's what possessed me to call. The police department. Senate investigator immediately to that location. She went in and she found Cheryl Thomas on the floor in blood, and beaten, I learned that he came in through my kitchen window. He had worn a hose over his face. He pulled that off in that was dropped on my floor. If I did not have my neighbors calling. I don't think I would have survived. Oh my gosh. I mean, he left her for dead. I think it was a couple of days before I woke up, and I didn't know what had happened. I remember flashes. If things that basically what Cup intensive care. I could not get the funeral. I wanted to call the feelings, but. It wasn't fair. It wasn't right that that should happen to them. They were both beautiful wonderful people. I was shocked and wondering who he was and why he had done what he did is no reasoning behind it. I was asleep in my room and yet evil door and attack me remained worried and badly frightened scared. Just walk into class and keeping doors. Locked. I knew that I was dealing with a beast Damon playmate a personal commitment. This person would pay. I said we're taking vitam pressures from you Ted Bundy said you can't do that. I said, yes, I can I have a warrant to search your mouth. From New York. This is the ABC weekend. You four young women were beaten with a club and two of them were strangled to death last night by a man who found his victim sleeping in this sorority house. I was leaving the sorority house driving. And I got a call over radio that there's an investigator that wants to talk to me from out west I talked to the investigator, and I wrote down a name that he gave me that he thought maybe I should look into. That name was Ted Bundy. But obviously, I did think that was possible. The MO of Duchesne in a car didn't fit the MO of potentially objecting some person and taking them somewhere, perhaps in the woods, a murdering them that did Vitton. So what we had was fresh murder in a house. So I was somewhat dismissive. When I was at the morgue, and I looked at the bodies on Lisa lead. There was a fight left. That was very important. Person that Lisa Levy once policed. And then went back him a second town almost an executive cycle..

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"florida state university" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"florida state university" Discussed on Kickass News

"You know that a guy who, you know, kept declaring his innocence. And yet the legal troubles kept mounting, and he escapes from prison not once but twice and while he's on the Lam does his most vicious killings in Florida at Florida State University in Tallahassee the cuyahoga sorority killings. You would think that somebody who was, you know, had the presence of mind to plan to prison escapes. I mean who who who escapes from prison once let alone twice you would think that he would learn his lesson and lay low, but that compulsion to kill was so strong that by the time it got to. Florida two weeks after his second escape he does some of his most vicious killings. And yet he still had his admirers and fans, and there was this odd duality as you say of of, you know, people, you know, fearing him, but also almost according him some kind of folk hero status which continues today. I mean, it's just it's, you know, a America, you know, has five percent of the world's population yet, we've had sixty seven percent of the world's serial killers. And the one name that constantly floats to the top despite those many, many serial killers. We've we've you know had here in America. The Bundy name is just so well known and I think, you know, it goes back to bundy's trial. He was this was the first nationally televised trial the. First time serial murder was kind of turned into mainstream entertainment because basically technology meeting this increasing fame of this guy. Just a few months before his trial. A number of new stations were still shooting news on sixteen millimeter film. But around the time of the Bundy trial, this new satellite technology, and electronic news gathering as we know it today was was just coming into its own. And so that allowed live coverage of his trial. The Florida judge allowed the cameras in because it was such demand for coverage from around the world by the time the trial started. I mean, there were cameras from fifty states in nine countries watching this horror unfold gavel-to-gavel, you know, you can draw a straight line from there to the Bundy execution when Bundy was executed ten years later. It was the first time mobile satellite. Trucks were kind of in vogue, and his execution was also a live television event. Obviously, they weren't looking at him actually being executed, but all the fanfare outside of the death house was covered, you know, extensively. And I think because he was our first media celebrity in terms of criminality in a whole new way of covering these stories, it, you know, it's made him into this this memorable figure that people have, you know, all sorts of odd feelings about. Yeah. And he almost seemed to have an intuitive instinct for how to manipulate the media you talked about during the trial, and how he was allowed to be his own co-counsel and lead his own defense cross examine witnesses, and he's filing all these crazy motions in court. Like, you know, I want to quote unquote, change of menu because he's tired of eating grilled cheese sandwiches or proposing marriage to a witness on the stand. I it seems like..

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"florida state university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"florida state university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A great night. Nice to be back with you back now to the CBS evening news high school senior in Florida claims she is being unfairly punished after showing a huge improvement. These second time she took her SAT testing service says it's invalid to Dunkin. Eighteen year old Camilla Campbell of Miami. Thought she did everything she could to improve her SAT score from nine hundred to over twelve hundred. But then she received a letter from the testing company saying her score was invalid name tell you day, you need to practice and working studied you do better. But then when you do better they question the educational testing service which oversees testing for college entrance exams told Campbell that her scores under review because of discrepancies on her answer key because it improved for over three hundred points. So they're saying I approve basically too much. And that skeptical for them Campbell credits are more than three hundred point improvement with months of studying tutors and a free online SAT prep program. They're not looking at it. As is maybe c- studied, maybe she focused and dedicated herself. So passing this test. Campbell says she missed the deadline to apply for her first choice, Florida State University, and she cannot apply for some scholarships without her latest SAT score. Her attorney Benjamin Crump is considering a lawsuit. We intend to fight for the legitimacy of Camilla's test scores despite the setback Campbell remains hopeful. I'm proud of myself, and I need my scores released. Education testing services told us they don't cancel scores based solely on a point increase..

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FSU fan tied to racist post about Willie Taggart under investigation

Glenn Beck

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

FSU fan tied to racist post about Willie Taggart under investigation

"President of. Florida state university's condemning a racist. Social post aimed at football coach Willie Taggart, he call it ignorant. Then despicable John Thrasher responded yesterday to a photo that appeared on an FSU Facebook fan page depicting Taggart who is black with a noose around his neck that followed the Seminoles loss on Saturday to in state rival Florida ending streaks thirty six consecutive bowl appearances and forty one consecutive winning seasons. Thrasher said he's glad that the state attorney is investigating the post and the Taggart has the university's

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Crystalline Growth

Innovation Now

01:31 min | 3 years ago

Crystalline Growth

"The colorful crystal gardens are often grown in science classrooms, but NASA is growing crystal gardens to learn about self organizing chemical reactions in space. This is innovation. Now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. Crystal gardens made from sugar solutions and a string or salt liquid blooming, and charcoal are both fascinating and familiar. Now, the astronauts on the international space station are growing their own complex crystal gardens made from dissolve -able metal salts and a liquid medium. Once the experiments conclude the intricate samples will be carefully packed and returned to Marshall space Flight Center home base for the crystal garden team using a scanning electron microscope researchers from NASA and Florida State University will examine every aspect of the crystalline growth, wall thickness, tube measurements, and crystal orientation. I will be studied and compared to identical solutions that were grown here on earth researchers, hope to get a crystal clear understanding of these micro structures and to us what they learned to engineer news synthetic materials in the lab for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace, through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR v. visit us online at innovation. Now dot US.

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Jan Nelson -- From Mad Men to #MeToo: Self-Defense and Personal Safety Then and Now

Courageously Go

12:54 min | 3 years ago

Jan Nelson -- From Mad Men to #MeToo: Self-Defense and Personal Safety Then and Now

"Welcome to create Asli go where we will venture to places. We've been afraid to go women of the world. We are going to start a movement, a movement towards courage. Hello, everybody. I am. Debbie peach. Oh, your host of Craigslist go. And for many years, I was challenged with social anxiety and being shy and not keeping myself on the sidelines a lot. And so since my fiftieth birthday, I have decided that it all starts with courage and the more we choose courage and follow our hearts by choosing courage, the life of our dreams and a better world for all are truly possible. No matter our age or circumstances. We never need to feel stuck or alone. I'm really excited that all of your out there. I have a very accomplished guests that I'm excited about. Introducing you all to her name is Janet Nelson combining over forty years training. And teaching in the martial arts with her experience in the master social work program at Florida State University. Janet Nelson has developed a unique approach to personal safety awareness that stresses mind, body training, and psychosocial issues. A fourth degree black belt in kung new martial arts sense. They Nelson is an experienced instructor of women men youth, the aged, and the physically challenged. Janet began her martial arts training and Gainesville, Florida in nineteen seventy four training directly under founder Deng no, for over ten years originally from oak park, Illinois. Janet is a nineteen seventy seven graduate of the university of Florida. After beginning her social work career in nineteen seventy eight. She attained her MSW from Florida State University in nineteen Ninety-four credential in the academy of certified social workers by the national association of social workers and as a licensed clinical social worker in the. State of Florida. Her direct practice specialty is mental health services with adolescents, young adults and women as a social worker and psychotherapist. She spent twenty years with at risk, teen girls and young women, seven years at Tallahassee, community college mental health services and five years in private practice tweeting adolescents and adults of all ages. Additionally, Janet is a certified tension and trauma releasing exercises instructor a globally, taught self care body therapy that promotes our bodies ability to open up healing, open up the healing process and Ebeling us to release tension stress and held trauma since nineteen eighty. She has conducted self defense for women seminars and short courses in general, personal safety awareness training too many throughout the state of Florida as well. As national combining her to interest in the early nineties. She created every day, self defense trainings for human service professionals. More recently, she designed online personal safety courses available for c. to license social workers in Kansas and nationally NSA w national everyday. Self defense for social workers is approved by the national association of social workers for continuing education credit in forty six states in two thousand fourteen. She was deemed an expert witness for the federal government agency of occupational safety and health administration in clinical social work, personal safety awareness, workplace violence prevention programs and worker safety skills training. Currently, Janet devotes time to designing and managing online courses and to teach personal safety and wellness instruction. To social health and human service workers across the nation. Janet, Nelson, welcome to courageously. Go. Thank you so much for having me Debbie. It's nice of you to have me. It's great to have you and I don't even know where to begin with you because you you are, you are so accomplished and I've had a recent conversation with you. I know you have a lot going on. So why don't you start off? Why don't we start off with what are you currently most excited about these days? What's going on. Well, you know, when he read when you read my resume,

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Senate Intel concurs: Kremlin looked to boost Trump

All Things Considered

00:56 sec | 3 years ago

Senate Intel concurs: Kremlin looked to boost Trump

"For a lot of title ten recipients unless they wanted totally abandoned their advocacy for abortion mary ziglar thank you thanks for having me that's mary ziglar a florida state university her latest book is beyond abortion bro versus wade and the fight for privacy we spoke to her by skype house republican leaders suffered unim bearing loss today with the failure of the eight hundred sixty seven billion dollar farm bill the policy behind the bill was widely supported by republicans and it had the backing of president trump but conservatives like ohio republican jim jordan voted against the bill the no votes stemmed from a spat with party leaders over promising a vote on immigration here's congressman jordan some numbers concerned with farmville but that wasn't my main focus my main focus is making sure we do immigration policy right npr congressional reporter kelsey snell is here to explain how the farm bill got tangled up in this immigration fight.

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EU, Japan seek clarity from crisis US trade talks

BBC World Service

02:31 min | 3 years ago

EU, Japan seek clarity from crisis US trade talks

"The what is it that we have to do i mean these are reforms that belong to us and here with me for the whole program john roberts professor of creative writing at florida state university and giles cutting a form of media adviser to the british prime minister that's all here on weekends after the world news the news sports montgomery president trump's decision to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminium we'll be top of the agenda at trade talks between the european union japan and the united states today the eu trade commissioner cecilia malmstrom has said the european union as an ally of the us should be exempt from the tariffs rob young reports ms malmstrom has said shield demand clarity on whether european exporters will be hit by the tariffs the eu has said it is prepared to take the us to the world trade organization and may take retaliatory measures against american products sold here have been mornings at a speed could slide towards a global trade war donald trump has exempted canada and mexico from the new tariffs and his hip real friends of america could be too there have been mixed messages from the fine tung's about to propose summit between president trump and the north korean leader kim jongnam mr trump tweeted that a deal with north korea was very much in the making and if completed it would be a good one for the world but earlier his spokeswoman sarah huckabee sanders separate summit would not happen unless washington saw concrete steps are actions by pyongyang the president will not have the meeting without seeing concrete steps and concrete actions take place by north korea so the president would actually be getting something it frankly the world would be getting something if we can get to a place where north korea's denuclearizing it is a massive step and it's something that will make the entire globe much safer the us lobby group the national rifle association has launched a legal challenge to new gun controls in the state of florida just hours after the signed into law they nra says the legislation which raises the legal age to buy guns from eighteen to twenty one violates the second amendment the right to bear arms allows the arming of schools stuff but does not include a ban on semiautomatic assault rifles governor rick scott said he was confident it would help prevent incidents like the park school shooting after reviewing the.

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