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Fresh "Georgetown" from Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"That 45 Anyway we hope that you can join us for the Georgetown Mark haunted house That's open now through Saturday November 6th Sportsman's carry around here is it sure has And let's find out how frightening the traffic is this evening We've got chamomile and watching the commute on this Friday night from the juvenile group traffic center We do have a few scary spots around a crash in mount Lake terror on southbound 5 just before 220 as straight as now taking up the two right lanes with emergency crews on the scene That is causing a solid backup from the 405 interchange that's going to add 20 minutes to your commute time Still seeing some slow ago traffic coming through downtown Seattle on southbound 5 from just about Roanoke street northbound 5 still bit heavy from alpha plays to I 90 South on four O 5 as you tap in the brakes from I 90 all the way to 30th street in Brent and still watching in span away a crash that's downed a power pole and that's got power lines across the roadway on highway 7 both directions are closed between military road and one 59th street south with a detour and police there directing traffic around that area This report is sponsored by staple store Staples connect is a new world of possible with innovative tools for small business and remote workers and learners explore what's new at your local staple store or Staples connect dot com I'm tiamo Fulton cobo traffic All.
Fresh update on "georgetown" discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"Passage of our CEA. Pass it to cavas. Everybody sing it now. Sing a TP. That's not gonna be something you do ever again, is it? It has to take a hey. Do I have to put Patrick Ewing on a hot seat list? I don't want to. That's one of my childhood kings. I would define hot seat in this way. If you are going into the season and you don't make the NCAA tournament the likely scenarios that you lose your job, then you're on the hot seat. If you tell me Georgetown doesn't make the incident this year, will Patrick going to be fired. My answer is no. So I would say no. No, come on. Then he will be omitted. This is your 5, though, and he's 26 and 44 so far in big east games. Finish outside of the top 7 in the league in three of his four seasons. Never had a winning record in league play. Obviously made the instantly tournament last season. But that wasn't auto bid. That team still finished 13 and 13 overall 7 and 9 of the Big E 63rd at Ken pom, and they are preseason number 76 at Ken Tom. So there's not a whole lot of reason to think you're 5 is going to be good. Which might have him under real pressure heading into year 6. But this thing, it hasn't gone well. For a variety of reasons. It hasn't gone well. And it's like one of the things I actually wanted to go well, I've said this many times. Patrick Ewing, having Georgetown, awesome, would be awesome. It just hasn't happened. Hasn't happened, but does have what's viewed to be the best freshmen in the league. So there is some reason for some optimism. This is the best class collectively he's been able to bring in. They're watching play at Maryland next year. Oh boy. Well, we'll see you. The hoyas have had they've had their moments here, but they are not they're not projected. You and I are on the same page then, right? Run the same page four bit leak. I think four bid league more likely to be three than a 5. Oh, I will go the other way. I'll say more likely to be 5 than three, but the three are going to safely be in a single digit seeds. And we'll see, I'm always intrigued by the big east because I like to see who punches up and gets within shouting distance of Villanova. And first grade is Villanova is I would just like, I'd like to see them really get pushed here. So whatever team it is, I always prefer to have big conference races be close down the stretch, and we'll see if anyone can break through. Shouts to Devin Downey shots to chest to South Carolina shouts to maceo Teague legend Chastain. Thank you guys for listening. Once again to the on college basketball podcast, middle of the dumbest pandemic of my life. It's just so dumb. Everything about it. Dump people, arguing about mask and vaccines, got that dumb football coach in the back 12. Yep. That guy, he gave up a $15 million contract. How dumb is that? You're not subscribed, please go subscribe any way you subscribe to podcasts, including Apple podcasts. We'd appreciate it. It really does help. So please go subscribe rate it, review it, 5 stars, nice comments and we'll talk to you again real soon. So then take care. Paramount plus is not just another streaming app. It's touchdowns, goals, and four. It's the best of CVS sports, including the NFL touchdown. March Madness, the masters and Champions League soccer. I believe they call it football. It's the game you just can't miss, and the place you have to see to believe. Man, like that. That was incredible. Live sports, freaky news. And a mountain of entertainment. Paramount plus, now streaming..
Former Trump Press Secretary Sean Spicer Reflects on His Time in the White House
"Way back with press secretary extraordinaire. Sean spicer short time in the white house. What kind of a ryan that was for you. We played this clip at the this insanity. Why didn't you mentioned this. You mean the thing. I talked about two days ago from this put. Money didn't tweet about the sharing insanity. Talk to us about what that was like to live through. And then give us your take on on what went wrong in the trump. What went right. What went so. I mean look. It was tumultuous. It was intense. I think that look this goes back to what we were just talking about. Trump upset the apple cart and every president both parties that come in need three groups right. You need the press. You need donors and you need sort of the permanent k street lobbyists types trump's view was if you want to join the great but i need you to and what happened was let's see one without them. Yes and they were put. But here's the thing. I'll say in a very pg way but like there used to have in their but kissed and they're used to people saying. I love to have you come over to my house in georgetown for dinner party. The ins and outs of the nato. It's like they want you to. You know he was like look. I'm doing this. i'm doing it this way. If you want to join me. Great but i don't need you. Pissed them off
International Scientists Say Booster Shots Are Not Necessary
"Story that broke a few hours ago. We're now we have international group of experts. Saying no if the experts among group opposing US booster shot plan The authors include two leading vaccine reviewers at the FDA. Doctors fill Krause and marrying Gruber, who recently announced they will be stepping down this fall. Among the other 16 authors are leading vaccine researchers in the US, Britain, France, South Africa and India. Plus scientists with the World Health Organization, which already has urged a more tournament boosters. In the US The White House has begun planning for boosters later this month of both the FDA and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention agree. Advisors to the FDA will weigh evidence about an extra fighter shot Friday to keep public meeting. Now the reason these two resigned and they are the two top experts at the FDA, not just to experts. Doctors fill Kraus man groupers, They said the Biden ministrations pressuring them. To approve the boosters. Georgetown University's Larry Gostin said the paper throws gasoline on the fire in the debate about whether most Americans truly need boosters whether the White House got ahead of the scientists. It's always a fundamental error process to make a scientific announcement before the public health agencies have acted and that's exactly what happened here is that Boston There's also a lawyer in public health specialists.
Political Analyst Boris Epshteyn: Biden Is Mandating Vaccines to Cover up His Mess in Afghanistan
"You agree with. I mean you're a legal person. You're you're qualified fancy georgetown lawyer. You're not just a political maven. Yesterday has to be one of the worst infringements of our civil rights since habeas corpus was suspended. No absolutely shocking absolutely unacceptable. It is it. Is it honestly something that is beyond the pale to degree which is is is tough to comprehend. Except for the fact that we've got a guy in the oval office who is so out of touch. Who's so fat close. Who is so pathetic to these two in his. He's doing it to cover up for the people he had killed and afghanistan. That is what joe biden is doing. And there's absolutely disgusting. This government overreach is unacceptable. It's got no place. It is sad. It's disjointed but this is today's democrats are that is why i've been saying this to you. Even before last year's election the democrats are becoming the marginal party because they pushed through ideas. Like this tony voucher with his sycophant of of of joe biden is also sad. Of course we always knew. There's just a lib who's set on making sure that the american people lose their livelihoods lose their jobs which he's the one that needs to be fired for lying blatantly lying to the american public about about funding gain of function research in china. We now know that for a fact. How would you still has javed's shocking heist allowed to go on tv shocking but the but the over arching takeaway from this action if even if you could call it an accent from this criminality. Our different joe biden is that he doesn't understand the constitution. Here's an interesting. The american america white actually qualifies off. It is the handlers of joe biden. Who don't understand the constitution the american way and they've got it all wrong in the american people will not back down. They're not going accept
Vaccine Chief Kono Popular Favorite to Become Japan's Leader
"Japan's vaccine chief is looking like the favorite to become the nation's next leader Indian polls showed the outspoken cabinet minister in charge of vaccinations Tero Colo has the most popular support to become the country's next leader current prime minister Justin Heidi soon because something announcement last week that he will not seek another term has opened the way full array of candidates single spaced nose diving popularity over the government's coronavirus response fifty eight year old co no a graduate of Georgetown University and fluent in English is a rarity in Japanese politics usually dominated by elderly man he's got many fans among younger people with whom he communicates via social media I'm Charles Taylor this month
Oklahoma NAACP Files Suit Challenging Anti-Protest Law
"Lawsuit claiming a new anti protest bill approved by lawmakers this year is unconstitutional. The Oklahoma chapter of the ACP filed the lawsuit and federal court along with the National NAACP and the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection at Georgetown University Law Center. The lawsuit argues the Oklahoma law was written to discourage peaceful demonstrations and that it violates the first and 14th amendments to the US Constitution. The law is set to take effect November 1st. It increases the penalties for blocking roadways. And grants motorists civil and criminal immunity if they kill or injure someone while quote fleeing from a riot. It also authorizes hefty fines for national organizations that coordinate with those sound guilty of committing crimes under the state's rioting statutes. The president of the Oklahoma State
Karim Sadjadpour Echoes Women's Rights Are Gone Under the Taliban
"There's a gentleman by the name of Karim Sadjadpour, senior fellow Carnegie, a Carnegie endowment. Adjunct professor Georgetown. I know nothing about the man. First question from Taliban to Al Jazeera female reporter asking about women's rights. Tabbouleh mujaheed spokes. Spokes barbarian. For the Taliban says women have rights as long as they follow Sharia law will be free speech. He says. This is exactly how the Ayatollah Khamenei answered questions when he first came to power quote. Quote. Freedom of speech. Human rights. And women's rights will all be protected in accordance with Islamic law. What That means with these barbarian throwbacks. Is, none of these rights will be protected. They learned From the Islam, a Nazi regime in Tehran. And now we have an Islamo Nazi regime in Kabul. And you know why I use that phrase Islamo Nazi regime to distinguish it from Reformed Islam, the type that Zewdie Jasur talks to us about and so many Muslims do practice. This is 7th 8th 9th century. Barbarism.
Kansas AG Derek Schmidt on His Run for Governor: 'We Gotta Take Back Kansas'
"And now it is a pleasure and honor to welcome the attorney general of the great state of kansas derek schmidt. Who's running to be the next governor of the state of kansas general smith. How are you. I'm great thanks for having me on what any time because you're patriot and be because you are in a very interesting and a vital race and see anything for a fellow. Georgetown law grad. Well we'll see by the by the wayside. But i appreciate one and two i tell you what Kansas is trump country and our folks here still loved resident and even though we got off track by allowing our folks to elect a liberal democrat governor in the last election cycle We're gonna come back home in twenty twenty to fix that problem and get ourselves the right. Republican governor love to hear that. Why are you running for first and foremost because we need a new Laura kelly has been a disaster for kansas. She's out of step with kansas values with conservative values. number two. Because i believe that we can put this state back on track. If we've got the right voice in the right message and the right messenger. I've never lost a race in this state. I don't intend to start losing it now. The reason we lost the governor's office last time was that are incumbent only held onto forty percent of the vote in the republican primary election. So it's really critical. We don't gamble with this election. We gotta pick a winner. We've got elected conservative. We gotta get somebody who believes in america first and we gotta take back. Kansas
Georgetown Law Professor Barnett on What to Expect From the Presidential Commission
"Pros and cons. Um, of in favor of the different report foreign proposals that they're listening to, so they're going to do the pros and the cons and I, the witnesses that they have are hearing from by and large. I think the majority of them have been against core packing, including Left of centre professors from Harvard, like Noah Feldman and from Duke, like Neil Siegel. Um, now there's been some Ford it but mostly they've been against it where I think they're going to see more pros than cons, and I already get that sense from listening to their questioning is on court is on term limits. Because I would say more a majority of people. They're hearing from kind of favorite term Memphis, and I think that's even true. Some of the commissioners so they're going to get you're not going to get a recommendation. You're going to get a balance. You're going to get a report that shows pros and cons and there is like there are like seven or eight right of center originalist scholars on this commission Which is kind of how I got to testify out of how many Out of 30 or more. I mean, it's it's imbalanced. But look, there's more balance on this commission. And there is at the Georgetown law School. I can tell you Well, yeah, there's more balance at the, uh, on the in the polar Bureau and Communist China than there is any. Now let me ask you You're
Georgetown Law Professor Barnett Explains Why Court Packing Is Unconstitutional
"You in when we need you. Court packing is unconstitutional. This is a statement you gave to this. So called Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court, which is shocking to me in and of itself. I'm sure the Supreme Court justices are keeping an eye on this and it could well affect them and depending on how they feel about things. Tell us what you you said to the commission and which is not printed here in reason Magazine. Yeah, I testified orally, and I submitted written testimony, which I recommend that people take a look at because it's got a longer version of the article, and really mark. The argument is actually very simple. And that is that this Congress does have the power to set the number of justices at any number of wishes, and that number is varied from six on the low side to 10 on the high side. The last 150 years. It's been nine. But whenever Congress changes the law, it has to do so constitutionally that and you have to ask what power is it using to accept the number and change change the number? And it's the necessary and proper clause, which gives Congress the power to make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution, its powers, including and the powers of any other department, which is the judicial department. That's what it is, which means a law to change the number must be necessary. And it also must be proper. So we have to look and see what the meaning of necessary is and what the meaning. Alright, let's slow down because you make it very, very important point. This clause. Which is kind of tucked away necessary and proper clause. As the court recognized this as an important clause, absolutely, including in the affordable, including in the Affordable Care Act challenge in the Affordable Care Act Challenge. Five justices said that the individual insurance mandate Was not a proper exercise of Congress's power. Um they can't make you buy insurance under the commerce power that's improper under the necessary and proper clause. Mhm. So this is
What Sets Social Media Platforms Apart From Broadcast and Cable?
"With me to talk about these early days of the internet is g g. G is a fellow at the georgetown law institute for technology law and policy she also worked at the fcc during the second obama administration so jeep before we get into some of the concerns. You and others have about big tech. Could you just start by explaining what separates social media companies apart from traditional medium in terms of their business model what sets social media platforms apart. From let's say broadcast and cable is that while they all depend on advertising the advertising that social media companies depend on is targeted so essentially your browser your social media platform collects an unbelievable amount of information about u Whether it's demographic information where you live what you races what your age is also collects data about where you go on the web right so i buy a lot of athletic wear right the room covid nineteen and so i do a lot of shopping for that online and then i go to my go to facebook and all of a sudden i'd get delivered dozens of ads for other companies That sell athletic. Wear so you know. A lot of data is gathered about us soul to advertising networks. And then they deliver the as you so that's targeted advertising advertising that advertisers believe again based on a lot of data that you wanna see as opposed to legacy media which just broadcasts what they think. The most general audience would be interested in cars. Doritos other consumer goods like that.
"georgetown" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Enough to compensate for the extra expenditure for the up. Front appliance the upfront lightbulb. Upfront cost of the air conditioner by hybrid and it goes to three thousand dollars more but not fission so you're going to get get the money back and if you years or something like that exactly and so that raises a puzzle in congress. Mind as to why people aren't doing it anyway. Why do we have to regulate this industry. If if this is a product that is good for customers. Why do we have to force companies to sell this product to manufacture and this product They're a bunch of explanations. No one explanations is financing costs. People have to borrow to buy their cars and they therefore you know if those costs are expensive it may be cheaper to pay to buy the the more expensive less expensive car even though cost you more in the long run than to finance the extra cost of the hybrid because the savings wouldn't justify those financing costs and i have a phd student. Who's writing a dissertation about exactly that point and finding that. That isn't the explanation for the puzzle. What what's sager my colleague at georgetown and i find in this paper is that we look at the claim for automobiles about the extra expenditure on the upfront. Cost of the car would more than justify the future savings and we point out that that depends on how much you're gonna drive so if you're planning on driving every day a long distance to work at buying a fuel-efficient vehicle would clearly pay for itself. Because cost savings of that gasoline not consumed would be high. But if you're the kind of person who likes to work most days as i do and a and doesn't live very far from work and and the car sits in the driveway. Most of the time buying fuel-efficient car doesn't make any economic sense on personal for personal finance reasons and so we look at the customers. We know we have data on how far people drive and what kind of cars they're driving. We would expect to see the people who drive a more are in the more energy efficient cars and that turns out not to be true at all in it as soon as advising a defensive discount rates at their prey on the future stream of Savings rate so.
"georgetown" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Different states of the world and sopa. We have Is afoot here. You know right from the Catholic been successful in convincing policymakers of your ideas that you know taxing gas would be listed Well so let me back up a second so you said the analysts can do whatever they want. It goes up to the decision. Makers the ceo of the company and that's true with the federal government level as well the trump administration wanted to roll back the fuel economy standards that were set by the obama administration and so they went to the epa and the department of transportation. They said in order to rollback regulations. You have to do the same serious analysis as was done to to enact the regulation in the first place and so the analyst did the regulation the analysts it was the same analyst who had done analysis to put the regulation forward in the first place that had net benefits that were positive and so undoing. The regulation would reduce those would have net costs. And in fact that's what the department of transportation's regulatory impact analysis showed it showed. This will be net harmful to american cars consumers and yet the olympic passed it and president trump signed it and it was Finalized as regulation now this week in the news. It's come under scrutiny. Because some of the epa analysts Work were complained about the process and left out of the loop on that process but they announced this was done. It showed net costs. It went to the ceo which was in this case. The president and the president signed it anyway. I sometimes think the solutions office better has even if even if I don't have all your analysis. I would say you know. Some sort of a consumption tax on gas or some sort of carbon carbon emission tax would be the simplest hicham. Brian's they'd easily understood is likely to be the the dogma policy. But it's not that simple is it. it's simple economically. it's just not simple. Politically intersts symbol politically. Yeah so we have to some figuring out a way to do you think. Are you optimistic. That i mean from an economics perspective because bissett's in the of the of the best understanding.
"georgetown" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Mike yesterday. Professor rx levinson. Who is professor of economics at georgetown university. He's known for his defeat of energy conomic and glad middle economics. Welcome thank you nice to be here. Thanks for doing this. I wanted to start with one of your earlier. Peoples in two thousand one the simple analytics of the end blind mental kushner's curve in which you say evidence suggests that some pollutants photo an inwards u-shaped pattern ltd two countries incomes edition. Should that has been called an environmental kusners curve. So this this idea eric. I know much about this. Obviously so the. The low income countries have consumption and cans low put pollutants level in high income countries white consumption but the technology to take care of that. So the clarity sort of stuck in the middle who is creating the pollution is is that true. I think that You kept you you. You captured it. Pretty well The idea goes back to the early. Nineteen nineties when Some researchers at the world bank noticed this pattern that in the early nineteen nineties data was first starting to come in at about pollution levels all over the world and researchers the world bec noticed. The poor countries don't have much economic activity and so they don't have much industry don't have many cars since they don't have much pollution. The middle income countries are the ones that were industrializing and getting worse and worse. Pollution and the richest countries in the world like the united states and japan and northern europe didn't have much air pollution and clean water and that was a On one level that was a a revelation because before that there was a sentiment among a lot of analysts that economic growth and environmental degradation went hand in hand. And so if we're gonna solve the environmental problem we would have to slow economic growth. Yes this documentation of this patterns showed that at least on the surface. That wasn't true. But as you intimated in your introduction this could be for a lot of reasons it could be that poor countries make a mistake and they have bad policies and then they they fix it. Your you know some conservatives pointed to this pattern and said oh this is evidence that that clean up automatic and all we have to do is get rich. And then the environmental take care of itself.
"georgetown" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Mike yesterday's jill. Hillary who's counting at georgetown university. He's founding member of the circle. Kate to frank think tank management. He's also research fellow at the french military police academy at the senior fellow at the asian bureau financing economic surge local. Jill thank you very much tation. Thanks doing this. So i learned to start the bone of the papers From two thousand eight It's entitled this religion matter it corporate decision making america. You see the excitement of corporate culture. Influences firms behaviors most specifically have religiosity in films environment effects. Its investment decisions and you focus on the us here demeaning economic environments. So could find at the speaker right. So part of my research is Behaviorally nature right. So so that's one example of that stream off of research that i'm engaged in So this is called through with Y hoy and so we were curious to see if the government in which a firm is operating is affecting its operation and more specifically if like the type of people you're interacting with will affect the corporate culture of the firm and so What we did in that paper is that We got some data on how religious ah given county in the. Us is right so how many people would go to a place of worship out since it's the us it's typically a church Bloody could be. It could be any type of Mesa where like mosque laura or a synagogue or any other place of worship Then we look at what the literature in psychology telling us about the link between Religiously t in and risk aversion and we found civil a papers that focused on experimental evidence suggesting that There is a positive link between the two like religious t and risk aversion Often correlated. And so what we did in the paper is ted weather That extent to communities. And we find indeed that that's when a firm is located in place in county Were a lot of people are agreeing to replace worship then That firm is Much more risk averse doesn't invest as much The cash was less volatile and so forth.
COVID-19 Infections Are Increasing Globally
"Is kind of the pulse of this. Pandemic globally right now alana. Where are we at with infections. Well the big picture of marco is that the world is actually experiencing a steady increase in infections leaders at the. Who again sounded the alarm today. Because it's been seven straight weeks of rising infections actually is some of the highest surges yet in the pandemic and it's been four weeks streep of reisen deaths would areas most impacted. We have a sense of that. So i talked with ali mokdad about this. He's with the institute for health metrics at the university of washington and he's been modeling this pandemic since the start he says what's going on in five regions really stands out so i that is an increase in brazil. That snow started to come down so brazil is the big one. Neighboring countries like argentina and chile are now starting to experience rises to and then here the other hot spots this a big rise which still going on in india pakistan bangladesh at bark that is an increase in europe and the middle east following. What's your doping seeing. That is a. It is in cases in the philippines and that this is in south africa and african country. That's now started to come down so the fact that infections are increasing globally even parts of the us. We don't want to forget that. That really worries him. I mean it sounds like overall the world is just not close to controlling this virus. Do scientists have a handle on why cases continued to rise even with vaccines. Is it now all about the variants. Not points to the variance and lots of scientists do variants like be one one seven have become a dominant in europe and this has been found to be more transmissible. But there's another strong message. I'm hearing from a lot of scientists like angela rasmussen. she's just at georgetown. And as of this month the university of saskatchewan which is that these rises are not just from variants like the breakthrough masking and distancing another really important prevention
Bicyclist killed by semi in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood
"Miller A bicyclist was killed by a U. S Postal Service semi truck in Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood yesterday. Investigators say the driver was at a red light on South Michigan Street and was about to turn right on the course in When a bicyclist pulled in front of the truck, apparently out of view of the driver. All the truck pulled forward in the cyclist was hit. Police say drugs and alcohol were
Florida State beats Colorado, reaches 3rd straight Sweet 16
"Anthony polite scored a game and career high twenty two points is Florida state advanced on defeating Colorado seventy one fifty three polite to average nine and a half points a game during the regular season had the hot hand all night long shooting eight of twelve from the field including four of seven from three point range the Seminoles will next face Michigan led by only four at the half but pulled away over the final twenty minutes Colorado meanwhile scored ninety six points in their opening win against Georgetown but could never get on track in this game and they played under the dark cloud of the knowledge of the mass shooting near their campus back in boulder Colorado I'm David Shuster
NCAA Tournament First Round Update
"The NC double a tournament first round is concluded. I only gave number two seed Alabama all they could handle until about 10 minutes remained, and then the Crimson Tide pulled away. For a 68 55 it. Corey Rick Pitino says his team can hold their head sign. We thought we could be no, to be honest with you. We had to cut down to three cut down their transition, keep them away from the basket and then do a lot of positive things offensively. With the game on the line. We gave up two threes. You can also sees their season and the Huskies felt of Maryland 63 54 multiple positive covert tests within the VCU program caused their game with Oregon to be ruled no contest. The Ducks advanced on the heels of their tremendous run through the Big East Tournament. The magic Not there for Georgetown, they dropped a 96 73 decision to Colorado. Abilene Christian Will the biggest one in school history, knocking out Texas 53 52, USC dropped Drake 72 2 56. Florida State 10 Better than UNC Greensboro, 64. 54 LS you overseeing Bonaventure 76 61, Kansas dropped eastern Washington 93 84 Michigan Be Texas Southern 80 to 66. Breaking held on to knock off U C. Santa Barbara 63 62 It was Iowa over Grand Canyon. 86. 74, Ohio a 13 seed upset of four seed Virginia 60 to 58 Oklahoma beat Missouri 72 68 top seed Gonzaga ratted No folks stay Daddy 8 55 u C L A eliminated BYU 73 62 Because advantage ad scored with 2.5 minutes to play to snap a 11 tie the Rangers into the capital seven game winning streak with a 31 win the Oliver's drubbed the Flyer 61. The Devils lost the Penguins 31 where the Bloomberg Sports Update on Frank
The Latest: Villanova against North Texas, slow and steady
"East region number one seed Michigan opened its March madness run with an eighty two sixty six win over sixteenth seeded Texas southern Mike Smith scored eighteen points and hunter Dickinson sixteen and culture one Howard's inaugural NC double a tournament win in other early action number two seed Alabama survived a scare from fifteenth seeded Iona sixty eight fifty five number four seed Florida state handled thirteen seed UNC Greensboro sixty four fifty four fifth seeded Colorado ran past twelfth seeded Georgetown ninety six seventy three and eight seeded LSU bested night seeded St Bonaventure seventy six to sixty one I'm given Coolbaugh
Georgetown Hoyas Unlikely To Win Against Colorado
"Tell you right now. Much as i love patrick ewing as much as i love america's coach doing as much as i love my georgetown. Hoyas i think. I pretty much Solidify that if you listen to me if you listen to my podcast especially the last podcast. That you know i am a devotee. I am a cult member. Follower of the georgetown holiest basketball program with the reason but even i had to be realistic to know that their chances against colorado too good not very good still remember. This is a team that had to win the big east tournament to get to the ncaa tournament so Not i mean. I don't know expectations. i don't know. I didn't think they'd get past villanova so i don't know i don't know everything right now is gravy with georgetown. So you know what if they beat. Colorado a man. I'll be dancing in the street. Mcmartin vendettas if they make it to the sweet sixteen. Be dancing on the ceiling. Lionel richie but I'm realistic in the fact that a pretty good chance decent chance strong shantha dilute
Intelligence Report Says Russia Tried To Help Trump In 2020
"Russia tried to influence a U. S presidential election. That's the conclusion of a new U. S intelligence report this time the 2020 election. Says Russian President Vladimir Putin authorized a misinformation campaign against Joe Biden and used people close to President Trump to undermine the election and to try to divide America. President Biden was asked about it in an interview today on ABC is Good Morning America. He will pay a price. We had a long talk and I we've known relatively well. And the conversation. Start off. I said, I know you and you know me If I established this occurred, then be prepared well, President Biden has his work cut out for him when it comes to repairing the U. S relationship with Russia. Says My next guest, Angela Stent, a long time Russia watcher, She leads the center for Eurasian, Russian and East European studies at Georgetown University. Welcome to the program. Glad to be on your program. Well, what do you make of that report? So I think the report confirms things that people had already suspected. So the Russians wanted to do at least two things. One of them was obviously to boost a president Trump's chances of being re elected and to denigrate Joe Biden when it became clear that he was going to be the candidate on particularly all of these rumors about his son and the son's laptop and corruption. And then the second one really had to do with Ukraine, because when President Biden was vice president, he really had the Ukraine account. He was very active there, and they knew that if he got reelected, probably the United States would ramp up its efforts to help the Ukrainians in their struggle against the Russians. And so that's where the Ukraine anger comes in. To try and reinforce the idea that no one should want to deal with this country because it was so corrupt. And when they talk about people close to President Trump being used by the Russians to spread disinformation. They didn't name any names in the report. But were they really referring to, really Giuliani? I think we have to assume they were because we have photographs off Mr Giuliani with some of the Ukrainians and Russians that are mentioned in the report. And what did they say? The Russians did with someone like Giuliani, how exactly where they being used to spread misinformation. So they, you know, they told them all these things they presumably may have given them some things and writing. They had these recordings off vice president. Then Biden talking to various Ukrainians, and then they also reached out to the U. S media. So, Mr Giuliani, if it is, indeed him had this information, but they reached out to the media via. You know their contacts. And if you like agents in the United States So you have some of this obviously made its way to Fox News on another pro trump media outlets again. All of the you know, accusing candidate Biden of being in cahoots with
Two arrested in assault on police officer who died after Capitol riot
"Julian Culture of Pennsylvania and Georgetown use of West Virginia were arrested Sunday after the FBI said they worked together on January 6th two assault law enforcement officers with an unknown chemical substance by spring officers directly in the face and eyes. Three officers were temporarily blinded, court records said, including Brian Sick, Nick, who later died. The two men face charges of assaulting a federal officer. Physical violence on restricted grounds and other offenses. A B C's Aaron, Qatar SKI For now, the charges do not link sick Nick's death with exposure to those chemicals in a $10 billion plan submitted to a bankruptcy judge Monday night Produce Farm, a maker of Oxy
"georgetown" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"To reimagine twenty twenty. The following interview was broadcast in october of twenty twenty as part of our version. Four point oh conference. I'm roshan roj car. One of your host for reimagined. Twenty twenty four where. This is our fourth conference. Overthrowing as you can see. We're all in different costumes and outfits. I'm very excited to join here by sutton. Who is one of the founders of the cryptocurrency club at georgetown university so such. Thanks for joining us here today. And how a whole virtual worlds been for you a couple of months. I know i've talked to a couple of times. Yeah thanks it's great to be here. I've actually been doing quite well in the virtual world when georgetown kicked out and said everyone go home for covid. I did some classes online. And then i started working for river financial which is a bitcoin brokerage. And i've been working there ever since and it's been a great time i've been producing content and building their website for them. Yeah that's really awesome to hear the last couple of months. Every time i've talked to. You always talk about bitcoin in particular so kind of get into some of those questions. I think a lot of what we speak about today. We'll be solely focused on bitcoin kind of the macro trends happening with it. And i think that's fine because the space is is wide open and there's a lot of updates happening in bitcoin that i hope you go into today. So can you tell me like what. Are you most excited about bitcoin. Out to start off. We can be kinda discussed the macro economics related to the price like not just. The price is going up. But how do you see it when you see large institutions by like four or five hundred million dollars in bitcoin and then following suit of that. We see a large upticks in price. I think we're thirteen thousand right now. Yeah i think monetary policy is the number one exciting for me right now about bitcoin. I think it's been something that's always existed. Within bitcoin. the monetary policy been set from day. One it's never changing. And i think bat is the biggest realization that's going to bring people to bitcoin is that they're gonna realize the. Us dollar has no set monetary policy changes by the week. Even other cryptocurrencies have unstable or changing monetary policy but bitcoins is absolute in its sentenced on. And i think that's gonna be the value of that is going to be seen over the next couple of years especially with all the printing that's going on just not only is it set but it's deflationary so the monetary policy. Bitcoin means. You can just triple the supply of bitcoins over any given period. Which is what the us has been doing for the last fifty years. And that's really ramped up in covid. So i think people are realizing maybe macro investors starts with corporate executives but then eventually the individual consumer is going to realize that if they hold their money in us dollars or ripple. They're not saving their money. It's slowly melting ice cube to use michael sailors turmeric. Yeah we're actually also talking to michael sailor. So that's pretty exciting for us. But why do you think institutions are mainly only buying bitcoin. I've had this discussion of them..
"georgetown" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"And let those guys go up bricks all game long so it will see what type of Performance far shooting wives concerned jordan has against this. Don't deepen jalen harris again. Starting point guard not nome for his outside shooting. He's going to make some shots don cherry. Who made a couple. I think he'd be like thirty eight percent of the three points last year. When he played for a sienna he can have to be that guy. I think moving. Forward blair chair keri pickett in hob those are going to have to be the guys. The senior leadership. It's gonna come from javan and jim marco but just in terms of georgetown really wants to be competitive against teen of the same ilk namely the big east conference teams and then playing cue's january ninth. I think the two key guys other than Blair in picket are going to be done. Carey in cuba's hob while hob has to stay out of trouble has foul trouble has to stay out of foul trouble because timothy eagle hefei still raw still learning a liability. You play extended minutes and One of the reasons why you wouldn't be got back into the game near the end of become a hobbled in foul trouble and they had to go with eagle hefei in ego. Fa is just not there yet in terms of a guy who's gonna a seven eight straight productive minutes. I mean he plays hard. But it's just not there. The basketball acumen isn't there. So it's still a work in progress in timothy Oh my goodness of the other. Backup center tim. I met malcolm wilson disturbed me. It's just not strong enough or developed enough to be able to Soak up some of the minutes of shoes hob has to sit for foul trouble yet to sit for six minutes. I'm i'm sweating bullets. Because the league going to be good. The have ego hefei out there for that loan and georgetown the georgetown small when mean play demarco picket at the fire. In these two skinny to be able to play the five against anybody against any oppositions center so you know the dream which of having four gardellin but could maybe be dante harris or jalen harris and carey and blair maybe be bile can go ahead and play the number five spot if need be but eagle hefei my goodness gracious. He's a he's a working properly. I hope that young man from the continent of africa is doing this work and learning and growing and you know on track to graduate and all of those type of things but good lord have mercy man now. He is a definite work in progress. So we'll see on tuesday what it's all about when they play navy but you know regardless of mentioned before. I'm just happy to have those guys playing. I'm just happy right now. The freshman getting some time getting some minutes. Getting some experience and What again birthday. In christmas and everything else in between in terms of excitement is going to be coming to the afternoon as my georgetown. Hoyas are gonna look to improve to remain. Undefeated.
"georgetown" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"That he wasn't playing it was good to see jabbar simply be active. Be cheering clapping. When there was a time out that he would be of the guys right there to be you know slapping five and giving encouragement to the guy. So he wasn't pouting. He wasn't making a mean faso moving forward. That's a good deal. I'm always whenever whenever those young guys come in for our team and want to see the little bit different this year because of the fact that not playing at the cap months center. And because you don't get a lot of shots of the bench. But i always like to see the freshman. The first couple of games of the season georgetown plays. I like to see what their attitude is in terms of the clapping are they engage with their the time out or they enthusiastically getting off the bench in going over the greet the team teammates. And all those type of team type of being good teammates by all accounts dante Holloway jabari simply. Were doing just. That really didn't get a chance to see. tj burger. But i was glad to see. Those guys are being enthusiastic towards that so two prominent players did not see action again. Be seen as i mentioned before jabari simply graduated for bowel pokey. Comments ewing cited the coach's decision not to play simply in bile headed injuries. So we couldn't play course. Doing wasn't gonna tell us exactly what happened to buy. Also they play navy tomorrow hopefully crossing my fingers. I was just like man. I was like every single day mail. It seemed like like every couple of hours. I would just be like before the. Unbc game was like please. Jesus just let them play this game. Whatever happens moving forward. I was alec sept- But i really wanna see these guys play. I mean just for me. I want to see what team looks like. It's the same thing man we've got another twenty four hours or another one thirty six hours. Whatever before the navy game is supposed to go on please. Navy be smart. please don't get any. Don't get yourself any type of positive tests. I wanna see what. Georgetown looks like moving forward now. Going against the zone now. Going against a team in navy that finished under five hundred last season but we turn about eighty percent of their scoring. I think they return for five starters in either ten rotation player so this is going to be a team. That doesn't have to get to know each other not gonna have to get to know the coach not going to have to get to know the plays. This is going to be a situation where you're going to be facing experienced player of players. We're going to be playing zone defense. And if i'm a team in the big east season the way. Georgetown showed as far as the student activists concerned. I'm going to be going zones ozone phillip w. near villanova and connecticut in those guys and criminals guys they were probably be able to be georgetown four five. But still if i'm one of these teams in the big east and i'm scaling. Georgetown goes zone zone zone..
"georgetown" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Combined for seventeen turnover. So yes you had to be a huge fan of either team to watch this game. I am not blaming. I am not mad. I am not confused. I am not going to discuss. Why you wouldn't watch georgetown. Hoyas play you in bc. It takes a certain amount of love for either team to watch this game. So i get it. I understand it You know Do love me love me. Love me some. Georgetown hoyas so go into the second half. Hey look you know what. I was feeling pretty good. Georgetown lead fifty four. The ten minute mark. I was saying okay. Let me see jabari sibley let me see. Tj burger the mother guys. They got about four or five minutes when georgetown moved lead to twenty plus. But gee town couldn't put it away. Why because they missed thirteen consecutive shots over the following six minutes. Some of them were wide open. Some of them were pretty good. Some of them were way but there were enough. Good looks for those guys not to have missed thirteen consecutive shots. Luckily we were playing you in bc who scored just five points overstate periods so but three field goals over the last what nine and a half minutes to go. Georgetown finished the game shooting. Thirty seven percent from the field twenty five percent from three point range the fourth. Georgetown starters posted double figures in japan. Blair had twenty three points. Courtney took twenty three shot to get there. Don carey had thirteen points. A level eleven of them came in the for tavern. Really about nine. Eleven of them came in about two to three minutes stretch other than that. Nothing hob had a double double twelve points twelve rebounds but he was in foul trouble as marshall picking at ten points but he was three for fifteen shooting and had five turnovers a lower jabbar blair who i had four or five turnovers also so as the starting five. Georgetown shot thirty five percents from the field. Seven up twenty five from the three point line against you wouldn't be see..
"georgetown" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"To division two yachts. That's not good. I'm rooting for mature. I really am. Because i would love to see. I mean i would love to see all every time. I watch great college basketball player. I always say why me go to georgetown. But i would love to see the elevators talent. I love the swag elevators. Talent i would love to see that conference elevate looked are they going to be rivaling the acc and the big ten in the big east now now. No no no no. That's not what i'm asking from. The ac is the swag all of a sudden going to be a rival for five star recruits from the big twelve. No no no no. That's not what. I'm that's what i'm not asking but you know you don't need a not. Every school can be duke or kentucky in terms of the five stars that are going there. The recruiting classes. That are going there but you know what you can be a really successful program. You can be really good program and if you're a wreck or a school for the swag well let's say that you could be a really good program like in a ten year period you should be able to hopefully dreaming really that the schools from the mia. Every ten years they might be able to make a sweet sixteen. You taking a look at the program that university of houston has or back in the day. The program that gonzaga had not guns either now who are one of the elites of the elites in college basketball. But i'm talking about when they were that little small engine that could type of deal were making it to the sweet sixteen or making to the ncaa. Tournament was considered a really good year. I mean really make it to the ncaa tournament not because they actually won their tournament but because they're actually to top sixty four teams in the In college basketball last season. There shouldn't be a reason why this is hoping there shouldn't be a reason. Why three or four hour every ten years that a school from the me ac or the sweater historically black colleges and universities from those conferences. There's no reason why every three to four years that one of those schools can't be one of the best sixty four teams in the nation. Notice say vying for a championship notice. I didn't say making the final four. Didn't say anything like that but if you take a look at know there's no there shouldn't be an understand. He plays in this year and everything. My dad but in terms of basketball is concerned. My hope my dream for the acting for the sweat conferences the historically black university and colleges this historical black college and universities. Whatever it's come first is the fact that those guys should be on the same level as the patriot league.
"georgetown" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"I'm your host wonderwall wallace. So glad that you could be with us. A lot of things going down in disgust discussing in the world of sports whose mandate is reaching one. Am i guess you could say now. What is the monday morning or something like that. so i've got about. I don't know. I've got about a quarter of a take left. I still wanna talk about what's happening in the nfl's coach getting fired for the lions and some other things. Of course i to talk about majority voyage. Willie the reason why i'm actually starting were started. This podcast so late. What because i was watching for the third time in the last twenty. Four hours the unbc. Georgetown game seven hundred sixty two. My hoyas prevailed lot of work to do lot of work to do a lot of work to do but jordan basketball is here first time in eight months and i'm excited the game. Is i get the next game. It's tuesday his davey. Who employs a zone. So if i'm thinking about this. I'm really take about this. I'm looking about going to the santa fe over here about five miles from my house and putting about ten dollars on the under the way. Georgetown shot against you. Mbc another going to be going up against his own. Something tells me that Whatever the over under his take the under on the game and expect shorts damage. You somewhere i get around with thirty seven. Thirty eight percent from the field probably close to twenty eight twenty nine percent from the three point line. I'm wrong but Definitely get too upset if they lose to maybe This is a transition year for the team..
"georgetown" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Mantras is better on the picket role than bach is. Who's more of a pick and pop guy. But i think for what the clippers loss. I think they did a good job in getting surgery. Box now with the clippers. What the hell are you going to do in terms of getting yourself. A point guard because he's gonna play the point. It ain't going to be paul george. It ain't gonna be patrick beverley. It ain't gonna be lou. Williams who exactly did you have to be able to play the point and go to get somebody who can play the point for your team. Who the out there. I mean i would have extent someone like jeff who's right now backing up kemba walker in boston. Someone of that ilk. Some of that calibrating have been a good. Get for the los angeles clippers. If they're just going to stand pat with the players that they have right now with the team that they have right now but with the latest doing everything that they did to improve their team and the clippers last season beating their chest about. We're we're the new kings of la when it comes to professional basketball a quiet disappointing off season for the la clippers. So we'll see move forward but The nba season training camps open in one week. Now oh man. It's almost like he never left. But the nba beck the world of sports on your host wonderwall the soap ladder with the most exciting thing that i want to talk about tonight while watching chopped ira my here at my humble abode town home northwest las vegas. Georgetown season is a belt start. It's been a long eight months. I've ever had concerning the team. No kenner league. No a eternum. Mystical take a look at georgetown recruits this summer in vegas know. Aa you big..
"georgetown" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"It's been waiting too long. Like i mentioned before because of covid. They'd taken away the ability during the summer for me to get my little fix of georgetown basketball but the kimberley. So i didn't have a chance to kobe clark. Player didn't have a chance to see jabari jemari simply play. I didn't have a chance to see. Don't they play. I didn't have a chance to see. Tj burger column. Holloway played summer. I didn't see the improvements. Hopefully that Demarco picket in juwan blair made during the summer. I didn't get the opportunity to see some of the transfers like a bile him jalen harrison and don carey. I didn't see those guys. So i have absolutely no idea. They're playing. you will be tomorrow. I have no idea no idea whatever how good this team is. How bad this team is. I know they're not gonna be great. But just i'm just excited. I'm just excited into things going on in my life. That really sutton eight mary. Nobody out there who really like. You know zero zeroing in on like. Hey i'm gonna get in a relationship with her so that none of that nonsense is going on. I don't have any kids so you know very few things in my life you know caught me. Great excitement caused me. Great anticipation caused me. Great you know fervor of like gams is coming up but This is one of them. The start of georgetown basketball season. I don't know how many games are going to get in. I don't know how many games they're gonna play for scheduled to play twenty five. They play sixteen or seventeen. I'll be happy but apple discuss that later on in the podcast but man i. That's one of the reasons why i'm able to do this. Podcast a little bit later on in the evening. When i normally recorded is anywhere like in the middle of the.
"georgetown" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"You the more of a deep dive that you take. The less broad you're sort of understanding is going to be for example. A hub full functions hobbled full creates value. You know those types of things and so site always said there is a tradeoff between it'll get a deep dive and going going broad trade. There is. So if you take probably the fastest growing area in business schools, which is around business analytics. So you've got degrees that stands sort of twelve to twenty four months. Many of them online, most of them hybrid, some of them in person to got a lot of flavor service but these programs will have more or less of what I might call core business disciplines integrated into them. Okay. Perfect programs that are more on the twelve to fourteen to sixteen month range in maybe thirty to forty credits often have a very little accounting finance or marketing involved down whereas the two year programs will have relatively more. So there is some variation with in these types of degrees. This is a very popular degree and you're right that even though it comes from business school, sort of the broad business background is relatively limited. Okay. So those types of course has been gross business analytics for example, could be given by energy getting school or computer science. Department if the content that specialize right Many many schools mathematics. Computer science are offering up programs the SORTA minor differentiator is business, call it business analytics, but the other schools will call it computational analytics or some other sort of variation on that theme. But the what what business schools coke to add there is a some foundation in court business and then application of the tools within business but it's A market, where if you are a student thinking about a program. You WanNa think very carefully where do I want to end up in? What do I want to be doing? Do I want to be running the queries. Do I wanna be structuring the supervised learning in a I? If so many I wanna be in a computer science program or department. But if what I want is to to excel as a marketer, I might have been a marketer as an Undergrad but I, WanNa now do marketing analytics. That's where I think you. You'd probably prefer the business degree. Yet. I if a student approached me and said professor on thinking about looking at specialty master's. My. First question would be you know, where do you WanNa be when come out? Right. Yes that that's pretty interesting. So just like you said, before from Georgetown's perspective looking at this as a as a portfolio of products. some of them are very specialized and you do cab the the more traditional. Management deeply as well. So the question for students it appears to me is exactly what you're asking. So what exactly do And that answer has to be in but what courses or not cautious what program they want to get into as this is a this is increasingly a bigger problem I would imagine for large companies because you know if they're hired just I suggest by the typical MPA tards. Only into into the management program. May, not have the skills needed do teach. Inflammation, together to do you know we into the decision layers of the company, right? So. You raise a really interesting point and I think for me, it points to the importance of continuing your education..
"georgetown" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Eso undergrad was at Georgetown University in D. C. And then I got my MBA at Duke. You don't choose cheap school? No, although sometimes I rethink it, but it is not working itself out. Wow, That's very impressive Pedigree. They're very well done. Good for you. Thank you. So, your your MBA and your undergrad was in HR. So my underground was actually finance international business. Okay, So did investment banking for a little bit then also did nonprofit before making the switch to HR After getting my MBA. Why do I have the feeling she could do anything? She is very focused, young lady Crystal. What did you learn throughout this debt attack? You know? I learned a lot. I would say the biggest thing wass resilience and knowing my Y and keeping my focus there. There was so many times where it got really difficult having to say no to myself and to my friends on the budgeting process. That was not fun. So what started you on this journey? So if we flash back to may, 2016 when I graduated, I had my job lined up to start off in August. And as you know, they give you that six month Grace period, which I feel like is a sham but got the six month grace period and decided to take it as such, which was not smart. I took the summer off Teo Hangout vacation. Just chill out a bit. And as I got closer to that six months, I realized that I need to figure out what I was dealing with because I knew I still had undergrad loans in addition to my grad school loans, so I go through my email, and I totally all of the numbers in the balances across private and federal loans. And see that it's $200,000. You never totaled it before. Freakout. Exactly So complete freak out, And I'm thinking everything from OK. How am I gonna pay this off? When I am I ever gonna be able to buy a house Who's gonna date somebody who has $200,000 instead of major concerns, and at some point during that freak out actually called my dad, And he said something to the effect of You know you are where you are, or you can do now is make a plan and make it happen. So very practical did make me feel good. But it was practical. And thankfully, around that same time my church had announced financial piece university. So I enrolled there. And that's how it all got started. Wow. Okay. Good timing. Yes, very much. Well done. Yes. Oh, I met your dad mom at the break of minute ago and They seem like really reasonable people like smart people and all. So I imagine when your dad heard $200,000. He is staying calm for you. But he probably went. Oh, my God. So, yes. What's funny is I was if I'm being very honest, Dave. I was Not only was I freaking out, but I was ashamed because I see myself as someone who typically has a handle on those type of things. And so I didn't tell him the number. Oh, I didn't tell either of my parents the number until I was maybe You know, maybe $40,000 out of completing it. So you're almost done before? Yeah, Yeah. I didn't want it. I didn't want to tell them so I told them that it was a lot, but I didn't. But they didn't know how much it was a lot of variable term. Yes. Whoa! Look at you. You know what that does to your credit? Sometimes when you look at that And you go. How did not do that? That sense of shame does come. A sense Regret comes sometimes that paralyzes people. Yes, but to your credit it cause you to bolt in action. No, not this girl. That's what you said. And you know you got a freaking finance degree. So the MBA. Yeah, well, the irony of me too, and I went broke following that stuff. Yeah. So Yeah, that's ah. Man. That's amazing. I love the motivation. You had to total it up. T just stared in the face. And I think I would love to hear your advice to people that are out there that are young. Or maybe not so young. That are staring at that student loan debt. We've got $53 Trillion in student loan death impact on 47 million Americans right now. I'm sorry. 470.71 Point seven trillion It grew while you were talking Crystal. What advice would you give to people out there that find themselves in that first step. It is definitely one step in front of the other. You can't elephants happen to be my favorite animal. You can't take a whole bite, but it's taking it one step at a time on DH, just realizing Okay, it happened on how can you get organized? And not just having a budget but actually sticking to it. That was one of the most humbling aspects of it. There was one time where I recall, I had figured out a way to get my grocery bill toe only $100 a month and a lot of rice and beans. And so I In the line. And I purposely when I was in the grocery store would not bring my debit card. Just just prevent myself from spending more. I love to eat and I love to cook. So I'm in line and I remember the cashier ringing up everything and I might have been. I don't know. Seven or 10 bucks off and so there's a line behind me and I have to say I'm sorry, but can you take those items off? And so that was hard because I know in my bank account. There's money, but I was committed and so to answer your question, Chris, I think it's you know..
"georgetown" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The thing was Georgetown had beaten real over twice that year in the regular season really yeah yeah so I will be there eighty four eighty two Michael say that's I would love to be in a game like that though right I love to be just set up you know I don't watch a ton of basketball but I would love to be a like a very you know just a big deal basketball game and that kind of deserting impact in there if that would be cool a few years back well I'll get to my story little bit by one because I want to get as many calls as we can Daniel how bout you talking about upsets okay for somewhere to go back to your first one and Tyson and Douglas Douglas is from the flu bug Columbus and number two and the unknown factor in the white water and was a big factor in that fight with buster Douglas is mom passed away fourteen days prior to that fight aids problem is mom he was going to knock out side yes No yeah that that that was that it was probably is fuel that would make me do you member after you won the fight though they because they were contesting the the long count right don king was contest member buster Douglas saying even after a win like that stand in the ring he couldn't enjoy it because it was all the controversy was sure how bout that does imply that someone could enjoy at the fact that the fact that I can't believe that nobody is not brought this up we are in Cincinnati and the nineteen ninety World Series champions in that area one into the World Series with no by no body are made five hundred Bucks on that you know what thanks buddy you deal you stole my thunder because I was gonna say nobody's brought up there ninety Reds because that was the eighties were a heavily favoured member god they had the bash brothers all right yeah they were unbeaten in the Reds come in just so want to sweep Sir my mom got went to work that day with the necklace and a broom on north since nine logo was cool yeah we'll take some more calls and I got a lot of good ones going on here seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T. we'll get to your calls next but now the news news radio seven hundred W. L. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati well a new leader emerge among the Democrats tonight this is the five thirty report nine map freaks breaking now it's the first primary for the Democrats running for president all eyes on New Hampshire tonight your vote voters out of the polls in New Hampshire for the nation's first primary some already decided others though are making their choices in the final moments before they cast their ballots candidates are still meeting people at the polling.
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"Promo code, Georgetown. And welcome back to coast to coast were with Tobias Churton and his book is called, the spiritual. Meaning of the sixties at Tobias tell us about that title, the spiritual meaning of the sixties. There's there's a reason you pick that. Yes. Because I the book is what it says on the tin as we say here. I oh, I like difficult questions, and it seems to me that if I was gonna ride the about the sixties we don't need another history of the Sixers. There's lots about what the real question as I understood it was what is a spiritual meaning of the sixties. It's easy question to us, but very very difficult to come up with an answer in one line or something. And that's what I want. I want you to engage we question and find all the different ways in which you could be onset. Because in fact, there are many many spiritual meanings to the sixties and in the words of some poll spiritual things are spiritually designed. So they're not on obvious things. You have to get in the light of inspiration. Sean on a on a thing. And then you see the inside is begin to see the inside of it. And I was looking for the inside of the sixties, what was the essential.