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Fresh update on "hubbard" discussed on Bloomberg Surveillance
"Tom Keane and Lisa bran but some Jonathan Ferro it yesterday all over again Down three 50 on the NASDAQ 100 negative 2.4% Some new weakness and fresh weakness to the tape in the last 30 minutes or so The S&P 500 down by 1.8% a bid coming into the long end of the treasury curve tens Yields lower treasuries firmer on tens anyway one 75 83 and crude with a little a little lift the smallest of lifts up two tenths of 1% a quarter of 1% higher at 83 50 ish In the FX market the dollar is stronger against pretty much everything in G ten this morning Euro dollar no exception where negative there are half of 1% on to one 1276 I would watch the persistent dollar that you mentioned of DX Y above a 96 level gets my attention And two ten spread it's in four basis points It's not where it was in the two yesterday of 72 basis points but nevertheless that's important Here's what we're going to do because the schedule has changed There's a modest fed meeting tomorrow and you want to know on radio and television what Glenn Hubbard says of Columbia University In the meantime we have to celebrate not just a book but an important book So I'm going to do the book right now quickly with doctor Hubbard before John and Lisa grill him on the present moment and what he would do is chairman of the fed Glenn Hubbard congratulations on a blunt title the wall in the bridge You mince no words about it as a Republican policy adviser There is the wall of Trump and there is a bridge of Hubbard and the bridge required to the future This is a brilliant extremely short concise book I love what Jason Furman among others said about it Glenn Hubbard you go back to our best intentions on page one 22 you've got JFK before assassination with great intentions but LBJ could not implement the trade assistance He couldn't build the bridge that JFK tried to build That's just one example Are we going to repeat a fractured American history Well I don't think we have to You know the growth we celebrate always is the heads of a coin whose tails is disruption And disruption is a demand for adaptation and supply can either be walls of protection or bridges like Kennedy tried to do a trade adjustment assistance Problem is it's too small In U.S. history that we've done it right Lincoln did it The land grant colleges FDR did it with GI Bill It's time to think bigger again That's really the theme of the book It's really about Adam Smith A delicate call maybe about Donald Trump is well a delicate question dean Hubbard can the Republican Party get beyond Trump economics and Trump certitude is defined by the wall in the bridge you'd like to build I think both parties can get behind bridge ideas because they're about too simple points One is preparing people for the world that is and will be And the others reconnecting people who get disconnected from an economy in flocks And something that doesn't have a Republican or a Democrat flavor to it and in the past people is disparate as former House speaker Paul Ryan and president Obama have had many of the ideas I talk about in the book When one thing that sort of tying the hands of certainly both Republicans and Democrats right now and spending more money is the inflationary backdrop how do you incur more dead at a time when there does seem to be a concern How do you think the Federal Reserve should handle it at the meeting that begins today Well I think most of the programs that I advocate are actually barely small and spending that's the shocking political thing and I describe ways in which we could pay for it from the fed's perspective I think that fed is behind the curd It has acknowledged that in a sense it is behind the curve and is trying to catch up The key question is not to add the demand while supply constraints fine I think the fed now gets that The key will be communication And what Wall Street thinks then about stocks and what the economy thinks about near term growth prospects How high can rates go before it becomes a real problem given how much debts been incurred Not only by corporations but by the United States Well actually not that high Think about it even if you shifted the entire term structure of interest rates up by 200 basis points which is hardly super high you would have real problems in the federal budget I think the fed is independent It will do what it takes to bring inflation under control but it is a warning to official them in Washington that we have to take the federal budget more seriously than we have Glenn the moment that we're in is defined by Ira Jersey at Bloomberg intelligence is a balancing of a rate policy and a balance sheet unwind Let's call it QT which is not an original thought Are you optimistic that we can do original economics I think it's harder than people think It certainly academically quite possible You can do the math and try to count in equivalent rate pipes what QT would be The problem is QT is not just the opposite of QE There are a lot of asymmetries built in that we don't have experience with I think that that is taking this very very careful Does that extend the X axis I mean we had this conversation earlier with a great Claudius sum of Michigan talking about Michael Woodford and what we all learned in interesting prices Okay great But is a solution here for any Central Bank that the X axis here is much longer than any of us presume and that they will take their time and wait for data Well I think the fed will certainly wait for data How much time the fed has It was depends on inflation readings and the reason for those readings You don't want to let inflation get ingrained into wage bargaining processes So I think the fed could wind up moving perhaps even more rapidly than people think Glenn Glenn Hubbard of Columbia I am curious for the economics profession with the takeaway is after the fed got inflation so wrong And it wasn't just the fed It was pretty much everyone How did it happen I don't know that I would call it pretty much everyone I think number of economists had to look at myself in that boat so that we're adding to demand both the fed and frankly the government too at a period when supply constraints are binding So I think this was a policy error that need not have happened Okay so if you think this is a policy error that may not have happened is it something that can be curtailed by aggressive fed actions such as what's being priced into the market or do you think this has longer lasting sort of influences based on wages based on rent prices and some of the other pressures I do think the bank can get this under control It has all the tools and it has all the institutional incentives and independents to do that Having said that it's hard meaning that history isn't kind of a view that you could have this kind of fed tightening without any kind of economic or financial hiccup So the fed is walking a tightrope And did this fed chair deserve a second term I think so I mean I think chair Powell acted very vigorously in the coronavirus pandemic I think the bias would be toward keeping a fed chair You think is doing a good job absent some obvious alternative So I think so But the only person whose opinion counts there's the president An ultimately the president made the decision to give him a second term The reason asked the question is because for some people he lost a lot of credibility with this inflation call Are you saying Glenn in your comments to Lisa that ultimately you can win that back and win that back quite quickly You can but it's not without cost It would have been better had a policy or not been made but yes.
"hubbard" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!
"My platform. This is your platform moms This is what god's called you to do. You're raising up this next generation of kids and you're teaching them how to respond to life any biblical way so that they can then take that to their families and raise up the next generation of kids who will know how to respond biblically to the dangers in the hardships and the heartaches that we encounter ness right and man. It's just it's such an important job that we have as moms anything. Don't realize it yet. It's the high calling of motherhood and there is no greater joy no greater privilege than being able to stay home with our kids and help shape their little hearts into point them to their neighbor. Jesus how to resolve conflict and handled put others first and how to love. Jesus that is the. That's the big. That's the great commission right. We should never walk past our children to minister to someone else. I mean it's okay to have a podcast. It's okay to have a speaking ministry but we but we need to sure we're not walking past. Our families administering to our own kids in order to minister to others. Yeah aim while ginger. That's a great way to wrap this up Thank you so much for joining us. This week you're such a blessing to me. I'm so grateful for you for your ministry for your friendship for your podcast. And all that you do you guys can find out more about ginger. Ginger hubbard dot com. Make sure you look up her podcast and listen to it. It's parenting with ginger hubbard. It is excellent Listen to that now. You're already on a podcast. So just switch on over to genders and listen to hers now. It's really fun. You can actually tell pretty well through your titles what topic you're going to be addressing on that particular podcast. It makes it really easy so be sure to listen and share that with your friends and then you guys please go to school. House rocked dot com. Find out all the details. You need to know about schoolhouse. The homeschool revolution. It's the movie. It's coming out friday november twelfth. It's less than two weeks away. Get your popcorn ready. Gather your friends together. Invite them over to your home or you can plan a group event and Show it at your church or at your co op or somewhere That will offer the ability to show this film. We are so excited about. It cannot wait to get it into your hands. Very excited about you. Guys getting to see this and You know just anxious to see the impact that it will make for generations to come so thank you for listening today. We will be back with you next week with another fantastic rest until then have a good afternoon bye every year parents just like you are discovering classical conversations of vibrant supportive christian homeschooling program. That's been equipping parents. Since nineteen ninety-seven with the resources tools. Guidance and encouragement. They need to home school their children with confidence and prepare them for a lifetime of success. Visit our website at classical conversations dot com to find a nearby community and learn more about schooling the classical conversations way classical conversations christian. Home schooling simplified..
"hubbard" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock
"Hey everybody it's jill here. And i'm here with debbie to introduce an episode with tamra hubbard on living with food allergies. So the reason that i really wanted to do this episode is a few years back. I was contacted by a pediatric allergy doc. Who said she had been seeing so much anxiety in kids and families her allergy clinic and i run anxiety clinic and so she wanted to of partner with me to try to help..
"hubbard" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Coach didn't fly home with us to even be a part of the team and then we see that video. Yeah it's terrible look i. It's just an awful thing. Does he make the season does he. Last the season. I mean from what i've seen he. Just you know kind of you know found upon but he made it apologies so you know he might finish the season. But i don't know how the aussies will look especially if they don't wanna game at all. It might not look too good for him. Yeah now it'll be interesting to see how it all. Unfolds ellison hubbard joining us. How goes the search my friend. Can you give us any updates. How much can you actually give us. I mean i can give you as much as i. you know. i've received from coaches. So far i've only had two offers on the table from accordingly greeley in eastern kentucky. And then i had a really Got any other offers. But i got a lot of interest and you know i understand because it's kind of this season so it's kind of a busy busy season. Guys are trying to keep their jobs trying to you. Know drop below one game one win games and whatnot..
"hubbard" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Think you have a plan for your show every day colefax and then and then stuff happens craziness happens or just big time. Stories going on or transfers left and right going on over at colorado state. Kevin lytle posted this moment soil. A couple of hours ago about marcus. Macelroy running back leaving the program. He posted on his twitter account then. He reported shortly after that. That defensive lineman great friend of this show alison. Hubbard is also leaving see issue according to rivals and entering the transfer portal. We're going to confirm that right now. We have ellison hubbard on the first advantage hotline. Alison my friend. What in the world's going on how you doing man how you doing. I'm doing good i. I went to go get a haircut. I come out and my twitter. Account's going crazy so talk to us. Obviously this is true right. You have entered the transfer portal. Yes just has this morning in the transfer portal and it was a tough decision. I'm not gonna. It wasn't something i was like. Yes doing no. I've talked to a lot of people significant to me and i asked you know questions. Should i stay. Because they they propose it to me. The coaches they said. Would you like to stages redshirt and Finish out the season and you still have one more game to play or you know just like the transfer report on. I thought about said you know. I think it's best if i just ended a transfer portal. Just you know not to. Just sit around the team. And know that i really not gonna wanna be at the end of the year. Okay so talk to us about the process so we're having listeners. Texting like crazy. No asking about playing time. Is it a coaching situation. Is at the culture. So we'll get into that So obviously i mean you. You've been a little frustrated. Alison we've had the show. It's been great to talk to you and you always have such a positive attitude but the playing time. We know that that hasn't been exactly what you've wanted. So far this season. Yeah and i. You know as people seeing i've played Every game started every game. I played every game since. I've been here and it's kind of been that way Growing up so you know it. It kind of hurt me that they tell me. I have great athletic ability on the most twitchy line and we have but yet island clay maybe fourteen steps in a game and last week i played zero and so you know as much as i was happy to be in high winds. Shift my teammates. I wanted to be in the game. Also impact as well and you know. I didn't get that opportunity..
Nationals, Astros Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine for Non-Playing Staff
"League baseball teams will require Covid 19 vaccines for those working in their organisations. Rebecca Hubbard, reports to Major League Baseball teams are requiring full time non playing employees to get the Covid vaccine. The Washington Nationals employees had till Thursday to show proof of vaccination or offer a medical or religious exemption. The Houston Astros required the vaccine for their major league club, as well as the three minor league teams they own. According to ESPN. As fighting continues throughout September, those without an exemption or proof of vaccine will be fired. The
"hubbard" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Know. I've always thought that if those two teams cook hook up every season and that would be one of the greatest rivalries in college football and because of the proximity. You know between athens and clemson. I mean you're looking at maybe an hour and fifteen minute drive. Can you imagine the tailgating at both those been you now. I know this year. They're only playing. They're playing up in charlotte. Yeah i don't know. I i i tell you what chase i only know. I've only i was clemson georgia game in two thousand thirteen in clumsy and it was a remarkable setting course. It was my first weekend working for. Espn so i might have been a little more jacked up than normal but it was really cool. I've been to georgia so know what it's like there for big game and i do think it's one of the great rivalries in college athletics and i don't know what the law i don't think anyone knows long-term right now. Schedules look like i know what schedules are with. With the people going on with the alliance and with other things the thing Games like that are definitely To be determined right. Okay all right. I just you know. Again i noticed. Sec versus the Acc but it. Just you know that. Whole part of western south South carolina man does are rabid rabid tiger fans and of course in athens and the surrounding area about of georgia. It's the same way with dogs. And i just you know i think that and especially revenue wise for tv revenue that to see you know it would just go off the hook. Yeah chasing me the game this year if you rank All the games in college football at the moment This probably would be number one and it just so happens. It's the first weekend of the year so there. There's no getting around the significance of these to these schools. Thank you for the call appreciate. I remember when they played a million years ago on monday night to kick off the entire season and i believe clemson was just coming off its national championship. Let's go back to the phone calls. And and dale is up next in georgia. Hey dale go right ahead a couple of weeks ago again you. James knowledge absolute man among men. Considering he won the national championship of great coach to in the relationship he had with his saw. Johnny was remarkable. Janis relationship but alabama fans. Don't you just know that. Toasted notre dame would be a movie made by that. Well i don't think that ever came close to happening coach. Stallings as some of you are a lot of you remember. Was he was a junction under coach bryant and then he he was an assistant he later became the head coach at am at the wrong time in history and then spent a long time as a defensive assistant to tom. Landry during the cowboys. Heyday and And then he was the head coach of the saint louis and then ultimately arizona cardinals in alabama but So i don't think notre dame ever came close but he is one.
"hubbard" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Grab some today. Drew hubbard joins us with the red and black drew. Thank you so much for the time and so many questions on that campus of yours first of all good afternoon and what's going on there. Everyone thought george would be a great spot to be clemson and it just seems like one bad a negative story after another said. It's pretty exciting times on campus of the big game coming up week one. It's been a while since he's two teams have played a lot has changed since they've played back in twenty fourteen. Clemson got their own national championship. Outdoor looking to add their own Be as of late. You know the injury bug is kinda been Pretty hard but you know kirby smart in the players in pretty open and that's part of football on injuries happen and you gotta work around next mentality. Is there any explanation. A lot of people try to speculate. I had some georgia fans me saturday and said you think he's practicing them too hard. We'll kirby's heart kirby smart is a very tough coach. He's always going to practice his team hard but they all seem different. I mean what's is there a consensus on why this is happening. I don't really think so. Obviously don't speculate about injuries. But i think that's part of the game right. I'm gonna practice every day you're competing and some really good athletes across the country. A lot of really good football players endured in the sec. So when you got really fast really strong guys competing against one. Another in practice on injury. You're bound to happen. So i don't think there's anything about faxing too. I think that's part of the game drew. Let's let's talk about the most difficult injuries so far Which ones do you think i mean. First of all. What's the status. I mean a couple of really critical injuries. Here do we know whether som- any of these players will be available in what in what condition a week from saturday night. You said there's been a lot. Obviously i think more recently on darnold washington tikey smith i think they had put injuries or so questionable for week one on. I think it was reported. They're highly unlikely. Second play Injuries on we have some players missing out on scrimmages. A lot of questions. confirmed players our non out so if what less than two weeks until game against clemson. Now it's a lot of questions waiting and seeing because we haven't had confirmed news but it's not looking great ahead of that game consider On deck to be a good team. Lipson let's talk about the player Georgia definitely needs to be healthy for this game and that is jt daniels. I mean certainly He exploded late in the year so much carryover expectations through the roof. Wha what's the buzz on campus about him yell at you said to me. He ended those last. Four games of four wins being good. Cincinnati team in the chick-fil-a peach bowl A lot of excitement around him. It feels like you're always in a conversation of who's gonna be. That quarterback is going to be that guy especially in young guys like to talk about loa in just joe borough dominating the sec winning championships in george's just been on the side hasn't been able to themselves. Anti finally looks like jt. Daniels might be the guy Again he has probably the best defense will face all season in week. One um with clemson returning all those guys. But a lot of hype. Run a lot of excitement Algorithm fans hoping that he finally gets done for Waiting for a long time. A lot of quarterbacks incoming gone but maybe he's the 'cause he had a lot of hype around and a pretty tough test in week one against simpson. Let me switch to another story in connection to jt and others as well. And that's the that's all we were talking about two months ago. It has calm down. We expect it to come back. But what are you reading as a student on that campus student who covers the team for the school paper on the impact. So far of then. I l yeah. It's been a fun story to see develop seeing different athletes across campus signed deals. Jt daniel signed a deal. Zach's b.'s on. We recently had a gymnast. I think signed a deal with the atlanta braves. Not far from us here in athens so it's been pretty cool to see different athletes signing different deals on ojt. Donald also signed another deal in part of it plans a split with some of his teammates. Something it's really cool to follow in this new landscape for college sports as reporters were trying to understand what exactly that says. I think everyone in the country is as it's new. It's different at confusing But it's cool. I mean a lot of athletes on campus. Trying to see how much they can get out of this new rule and it's been pretty fun and exciting to see what Athletes or sign with some pretty fun companies actually drew. Everyone's different but most college students don't have much money if they're fortunate Maybe they've gotten a little scholarship money or have a have a part time job or whatever What's it like though to to see in isolated situations players like him making serious money and others cashing an even bigger. How how is that playing with your friends all over campus. Yes definitely an interesting topic. I think because we're pretty new to this and we're in college while this is happening so we're seeing in some cases are classmates Taking advantage of Deal but i think it's just good for the athletes. I mean they put in so much work or whether it's in the way room. I'm getting faster stronger at their practice. Field whether it's in gymnastics football baseball basketball or whatever. I'm excited to see where this goes with basketball season. But some pretty big programs like kentucky duke north carolina things like that I think the consensus is these. Athletes were really hard and they put a lot of effort in their sport. So they're getting to read awards of that in. Some athletes are trying to do it a little more than others in some finding more success than others so it's an interesting thing to be covering right now as a college student because a lot of sense is it's our classmates that are taking advantage of this. He'll let me circle back on the subject of kirby smart. I've been asked this question a thousand times since the end of last season. About how important is this year. I've even had guests on this program. Talk about this being do or die. I wouldn't say as a commentator. I find those questions to be absurd. But the pressure is starting to ratchet up on kirby smart to deliver a national champion. It's only been forty one years a little bit before your time. So what's it like on campus. What are you here. And how his kirby smart and what is the. What is the reaction and response kirby smart among your your your friends on campus. Yeah i think anytime you take over a program like georgia you like you said has wanted since nineteen eighty on. There is some expectation to win a national championship. Especially when schools like alabama right beside you winning tile after tile feels like into see georgia tag. It's all one one since georgia last one. Mary's in nineteen eighty so he definitely has a lot of expectation. I don't know if i would go so far as to say doer dies this year. I'm obviously this is a really good opportunity with trying to impress the committee with a really good team week one. And obviously if you'd be in alabama in the sec championship that's gonna be pretty much a shoo in to get into a top four playoff There's a lot of expectation. I'm not sure if i'm on do or die. Train just yet but with the hyperion. Jt daniels at kirby finally has at quarterback that he's been looking for that lead. The offense obviously injuries. Preseason have kind of put a damper on things as far as expectations. But he has a lot of expectations. Lot hi. I'm not on the do-or-die trained just yet but this is this going to really get opportunity for door to get there. I in a very long time like you said realized the season will only be one game but if we're sitting here two weeks from today which is labor day and georgia has not looked good or one against clemson. What are your friends. What our students. And what are you going to be saying. I think just because of the competition of the sec..
Fritz Haber: The Best and Worst Chemist in History
"The half of all the crops in the world today are fertilized by. Fertilizers created via the fiber process. With over one hundred million tonnes produced via this method every year. It's hard to stress. Just how important. The fiber process is literally. Our modern world couldn't exist and the lives of billions of people depend on it for taba was awarded the nobel prize in chemistry in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine for his work in this area. Despite the incredible benefits to humanity of the harbor process is nobel prize was controversial. That reason had to do with the other side of fritz harbor. If helping to feed the world was his best side than what he did. Next was his worst despite being born jewish. In what is today. Poland harbor very much identified as german. He converted from judaism to lutheranism primarily to help his academic career when world war one broke out. Harbor enthusiastically supported the german. 'cause he was one of ninety three academics who signed a document called the manifesto of the ninety three here are the first sentences of the manifesto quote as representatives of german science and art we hereby protests to the civilized world against the lies and calamities. A which are enemies are endeavouring to stain the honor of germany in her hard struggle for existence in a struggle that has been forced upon her. The iron mouth of events has proved the untruth of the fictitious german defeats consequently misrepresentation and colony are all the more eagerly at work as heralds of truth. We raise their voices against these claims. Unquote hubbard joined the army and was promoted to the rank of captain. He was then assigned to be the head of the chemistry section of the ministry of war. It was fritz. Harbor who almost singlehandedly was responsible for the use of chemical weapons in world war one.
NFL Preseason: Indianapolis Colts' Jacob Eason Outshines Sam Ehlinger Win Over Carolina Panthers
"The final. Preseason game of this weekend was in indianapolis. The colts they beat the panthers twenty one to eighteen one more. Exciting games of the entire sleet we had. Pj walker formerly of the xfl re looked really good for the carolina. Panthers i mean really good. He was ten twenty. One hundred. Sixty one yards touched out a really explosive athlete. That was moving very fast. He can throw on. The run was ripping throws up the sidelines and again a great backup who could see a lot of time. Depending on what. Sam darnold does but good backup to have cuba hubbard. He'd a huge run after escaping from the pile. He can be a really nice complement to christian. Mccaffrey for carolina. If he does what he did at oklahoma state you tears marsal marshalls kind of show a little bit of what he can do. The y rec- route. Lsu who some thought. He would be a first round pick but he was second round. Pick he had three receptions for eighty yards Takeaway from this game as jacob and he looked pretty solid and the colts are going with jacob and sam etlinger two quarterbacks with a lot of experience but easing looks like the more superior quarterback he he was fifteen to twenty one hundred eighty three yards another again. Another guy with some really impressive throws a all lot of dimes this weekend but he had some really impressive throws down the field. Sam longer was ten fifteen fifty five yards. He interception but offers a little bit more of that mobility aspect to his game. So it'll be interesting to see how that battle plays out but reports coming out this week or that went his injury return. Does luke
"hubbard" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Whether that's the olympics simone biles. I know that's a big story in the news to we've talked about quite a bit here on the show. Those kind of stuff. That's kind of stuff. I'd love to get your perspective because you being in this position you you obviously. Your goal is to be in the sports media which congratulations. You're on it today. you got your own show. I mean that's pretty cool which you also have some big dreams too when it comes to. Football doesn't just end with colorado state. So i want to talk about that. Throughout the course of the season as we progress made so. It's so much fun. I was thinking about this. Could this be the very first one hour weekly show with the player with the college football player in this in this state. I don't know about the other states but because the name image and likeness thing hasn't happened has a football player or whatever been doing a one hour. Radio show honestly. I don't know man could be. This could be the first time in history. So's summit strict rules bright so especially for colorado state with the so strict but i think it could be. I haven't heard anything about sprite down in the record book. Colfax put that down and the good ideas. History sofa made history today and colfax keeps good idea. But you can still keep typo the good ideas book that i have back there. Yeah nope regular notebook okay. all right. So the alison hubbard show continues presented by crazy carl's pizza. We ordered some glass week. Thanks to you. You taught us all about crazy. Carl's man it's delicious. Oh did you get so. I did the pepperoni one had the cream cheese. I think it was just called like blanket out of the name now but it was with the cream cheese and pepperoni blades. Like this traditional the garlic all over the top of it was just outstanding man. Oh my goodness wow that sounds barbecue barbecue. Chicken chicken high mile highs good. That's what i had last time or the second to last time. I suppose it's a love crazy. Carl's pizza we're gonna have to Have to bring some. In next time i would be getting done. My who he. We're actually planning on doing that at some point in time over crazy. Carl's the close location. The location closest to campus. I suppose right and we're going to sit and do football and pizza and just sit down. He pizza we're gonna invite people to come out and talk and hang out with the big time. Monday night's monday night get ready and then. Hey monday's to you'll be.
"hubbard" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"We we've worked so hard work so hard from starting in january all wait now to destroy everybody. Hey this this is a good rams football team that you wanna come play for. Doesn't matter who who says what outside of this out of the program as the program is a culture. And there's you know. I would say like whatever obama's doing their his what were doing here. You know we're trying to build the best athletes here at out of colorado state to show everybody you know come to colorado say come be around. Come women championship. It's something where you guys can really lay a foundation to as a team as a defensive line unit as a defensive unit where you can really lay that down where you can point back and say twenty. Twenty one was the year things really turned around for colorado state. Definitely this. this'll be the year. Everybody goes wow. This is what we were seeing. You know back in two thousand and two accurate that all the time we wouldn't championships. We you know on the wet conference with the leaders. You know we were being the arizona's and lsu's well. Yeah that's what we're going to excuse me. That's where we're going to rebuild. Yeah here at colorado state. Now you know beat the vanities in the iowa's in the and whoever else you wanna put in front of us that we're going to be diet is here in years. I'm looking forward to it. That's why again all every monday. We're gonna be outlining the games We'll be recapping. The games looking at the future games and things like that. Let me get to a quick question before we take a break again. You're listening to the ellison hubbard show presented by crazy. Carl's pizza this one from the seven zero good morning whole show gang. I'll be listening throughout the show today. Question for ellison hubbard surprise surprise. It looks like a lot of the guys have put on some weight this off season based off the the roster updates so just looking at the way all right How is this strength. Coach approach differed from the past. And how guys responded great question. That is a good question. Honestly he came out with the mindset. Is we're going to work our full body and we're going to get you at a weight necessary for your position and he. He's made us a lot stronger. In my opinion we. I feel like i've gotten stronger. You know physically up top. That's where i felt the weakest. And i feel like i'm gaining so much strength up. Top you know am in on last wednesday. I squad a six. Oh five so. I've i went way. Above what i thought i could do. You know he was kind of it was kind of like set all you. Five seventy five and then bama hit six five. Wow out of nowhere. So i'm like yeah. He approached it way. Different mentality of. We're gonna work hard. We're going to work at a faster pace some of the game. It's just easy and in the guys gave weight. It's because it's going to help you on the field you're going to be a lot stronger is going to work when you're trucking somebody running the ball when you're hit somebody laying on and getting up and they feel.
"hubbard" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"All the ellison hubbard show presented by crazy. Carl's pizza. now here's hubbard and haul five minutes. After they want o'clock hour the very first edition of the alison hubbard show presented by crazy. Carl's pizza ellison. My friend you flew in here. Oh my goodness opened the door and you were still running in. It was like you're still practicing with my juggle water ready to go. I was ready to juggle water in water. How much do you got down to that now or is it just bought this to so yeah. I got some work to do. So as a gallon. You got drink one of those day pretty much and you carry that with you and it's cool and stuff and it's fine. You don't care really a warm guy. Try to keep refrigerated man kid some ice q. Laziness out of the opposable. I can't drink water. i'll do it sometimes but at home. It's like i gotta have ice in it. Yeah mean warm water. How can't do that can't has a practice. Starts this week. You ready to rock and roll. man. I'm ready to go. I'm ready to go. It's been a long long time. How funny to say it to you though practice because you basically practicing all the time like every time i talked to practicing at thought not practice started. But you've got you've got other things that you're doing throughout the course of the summer and i can see the confusion. Everybody thinks this practice is easy to confuse me. You know that by now so but yes but this is like full on. This is fooling like ped- hats things like that before was training and ota's kind of what the nfl does. Yeah just training working out running around you know getting cardio going win being ready to go now we can mess with the pads when you guys get paid you know when you get paid yet or is that i mean we were just looking at the schedule actually three days after okay three days and then start getting you put him pets. So you guys are checking in is that right. You're checking in on wednesday and then so then full on practice source thursday. I'm pulling up. Yeah players report wednesday and then you get going thursday. Looks like nine thirty to noon. Is that i mean that's going to be should be cooler this week though so you got to appreciate that. Oh i know. I'm pumped man. Of course this is the ellison hubbard show. It's it's a great opportunity for our listeners to hear a players insight for a full hour every single monday exactly..
"hubbard" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"Thirteen ten kfi k. What that whole against this is zach stevens with. Dnv our broncos and you're listening to the host joel on thirteen ken. Kfi we to figure out what kind of music you like to know. So we gotta get your intro. We've gotta get that. Get that intro. And we'll get all the liners done for you and it'll berjaud crazy. Corals pizzas. i get. That's me doing that boy. It's gotta be like a hard knocks kind of interests. Yeah yeah okay. let's do it. It makes them to work up like that. We we made the announcement of course alison hubbard defensive lineman for the colorado state. Rams we start to officially every monday one. Two o'clock you're going to give us. You're going to give us the our man. That's great with the ellison hubbard. Show ellison takes over k of k for an hour and we're going to talk. Obviously we're gonna talk see issue..
What to Know About the First Ever Olympics With Transgender Athletes
"On a story. We brought you last month about LGBTQ athletes from around the world vying to make history by qualifying for the Olympics. Was a week to go before the Games opening ceremony in Tokyo. The list is expansive, a record number of out athletes are set to compete, said Ziegler is sports writer and co founder of Outsports. It's a news outlet that focuses on LGBTQ issues in sports. He's been keeping score. Said. Welcome back. Thank you so much. Alright. Well, first of all up until these games no openly transgender athlete had ever competed at the Olympics. So how much will the landscape change when those games open next week in Tokyo? Well, there are three athletes going to Tokyo that we know of Chelsea Wolfe as part of Team USA. She's a BMX freestyler. She's a reserve athlete, so Chelsea is only going to compete if one of the two Americans can't compete. Quinn is a transgender, non binary soccer player who is going to compete on the women's Canadian soccer team, but the one that's really going to get the headlines. Laurel Hubbard, a transgender power weightlifter for was competing for New Zealand. The past. Laurel has won a couple of medals at World Championships, Never a gold, but she's the one people are really talking about. And what's the conversation Ben about how or if transgender athletes should be competing in the Olympics? Well, of course, you have a lot of people who see this large woman and say that it's unfair that she's competing, but a couple things that I want to point to number one. Weightlifting is by weight class. So Laurel is competing against the largest size women. It's not as though she's competing against women to £100 trying to lift weight. The other part is that Laurel has far and away exceeded the regulations that the international in Pick committee has put in for transgender
"hubbard" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"And to the trump administration and about the white house response to kashoggi's murder. It's the law fair podcast episode. Five hundred twenty. Eight ben hubbard on s. S- actually want to start in the same place that you start the book which is with two events that happened in the fall of twenty seventeen for the most part it plays in the same hotel and on the one hand there's mba his so called davos in the desert and on the other hand there's this roundup of prominent saudis talk a bit about both of these and what they what you feel like they represent about mohammed bin salman's dual in stinks. Yeah i mean this was a really great point to kind of start the book because we really see these two tendencies in his personality. That that i think drove him throughout his rise really come into fruition and really become very clear for people the first is he hoped he this. Investment conference called the future investment initiative. And this thing is sort of vaulted in its ambition. He invites business people. Heads of state Investors billionaires millionaires from all over the world to come to rod any basically goes out of his way to convince them listen. We we know that you guys have preconceptions about saudi arabia. You may think it's kind of a strange place. You may think that we're stuck in the past that we follow the steer form of islam. You're wrong we're going new places. We're going to do amazing new things. We want to shake up the kingdom. And do all you know. He gives his very dramatic declaration about how we don't want to have anything to do with extremism. We're gonna crush extremism today. He'd gets a standing ovation. He announces kind of the headline projects. That he announces are these three mega cities that he plans to build in saudi arabia. One is an entertainment city. This going to have amusement parks and movie theaters and things like that that he wants to develop some islands in the red sea. Into kind of a fancy eco resort. And then the the sort of capstone is this thing called. Neil which is this massive sprawling city that he wants to build in the far north west of the country's kind of in this isolated somewhat barren area on the red sea and he says they wanna spend five hundred billion dollars on it. They wanna make it this sort of hub for innovation technology for business. They want to have it run. On solar energy they want to have robots to all the servicing and an incredible incredible ambition. For what this guy wants to do and you know. I think a lot of people are pretty impressed. I mean definitely you know. A lot of people were skeptical. That some of these things were gonna come about. But i think there was also a lot of enthusiasm. People were pretty used to a certain kind of saudi arabia. I think i became clear to people who attended the conference that this was going to be a very different kind of saudi arabia at this Young prince wanted to develop and then so everybody goes home and you know people are sort of thinking. Wow do i wanna put my money here. Do i want to get do. I want to invest in this place. What do we think about this guy. Is he for real. And then november two thousand seventeen a few weeks after the conference ends you have officials from the royal court and from the secret police. Suddenly round up hundreds of the kingdom's richest and most powerful people and the way this works that people started getting phone calls and they would get a call and say oh the king would like to see you or they would get a call this at the crown prince would like to see you. People would show up. They would be relieved of their cell phones if they had guards their guards would be dismissed their personal belongings would-be taking as if as if they were going to prison. And then they were taken to the ritz carlton which is in very very fancy hotel. They were checked into rooms told to leave the doors open and basically kept there. And then you know. Roy court officials eventually would come around for quote unquote negotiations. The government build this as a massive crackdown on corruption. Basically saying the kingdom has long had a problem with corruption. We're going to end. We're gonna get to the bottom to it. The people who are locked in the ritz are people who are accused of corruption. And we're gonna recuperate any gotten gains in so they have these quote unquote negotiators these people and in the process there's a huge amount of coercion including some physical violence against some of the detainees. And you know they wrap it up. In a few months and government announces that they had recuperated about one hundred and six billion dollars from These people who'd been locked in the hotel so you know if the first the investment conference had really been assigned that l. b. is hugely ambitious. And he wants to do things differently. Any wants the world to come to saudi arabia and be excited about saudi arabia. The message of the ritz was very much. I'm in charge. Nobody else stands above me and even the capital. That was once considered private capital is gonna come to my service. I'm gonna marshall it for the things that i wanted to saudi arabia and i might do that in ways. That don't necessarily respect the rule of law and that might even imply employ violence right and so before we get into more details of what. Nbs does as de facto rule. I wanna zoom way out for a second and saudi. Arabia is the monarchy controlled by a huge single family. But it's famously opaque you describe the inner workings of the family as sort of a black box. How does the hierarchy the royal hierarchy work in saudi arabia. More to the various roles that s occupied in his quick ascension while so in two thousand beginning in two thousand fifteen king abdullah the the previous monarch passes away and and son man who is nbs. his father becomes the nobody's really paying attention to 'em yes at this point but it's the first time that many of us hurt his name this. This includes journalists including myself who had been reporting on saudi arabia. It also includes diplomats. You know people in intelligence services who are sort of charged with researching the royal family and trying to identify young princes who are on the way up and who could become a movers and shakers in various ways and many of them nbs came across their radar. because he'd never really done anything all that significant his background he didn't have sort of shining. That would you know. Point amount is being somebody who could it will likely rise to great power in the kingdom but we start hearing his name. I think the first job that he got if i remember correctly while he was put in charge of the royal court so he sort of becomes the gatekeeper for his father..
Transgender Weightlifter Hubbard Selected for Tokyo Olympics
"Laurel Hubbard from New Zealand lifted six hundred twenty eight pounds in two lips on the way to qualifying in the women's super heavyweight division she is safest Olympian who has transitioned from mild to Fairmount Karen Smith is with the New Zealand Olympic committee weightlifting New Zealand president Richie Patterson says harbor is in line with the best weight lifters in the world plus it is hard to speculate rankings a total in that vicinity ranks are all in the top six gender identity in sports is a highly sensitive and complex issue I would like to take this opportunity to remind us all that the role has met all of the required criteria she is a very dedicated and resilient athletes at forty three Hubbard will also be the oldest weightlifter in the Tokyo games I'm a Donahue
Tiger Woods Crash Caused By Unsafe Speed, LA Sheriff Says
"Tom Hubbard. Ah, hi. Unseat Unsafe speed is to blame for Tiger Woods is crash back in February, the Los Angeles County sheriff says Woods was going about 85 miles an hour and a 45 miles an hour
Has the Taliban won?
"Any war is easier to get into then get out of but history has repeatedly demonstrated that there are few quogue myers quite so glutinous as afghanistan. There are american veterans of afghanistan who have waived their children off to serve on the same battlefield. Two thousand and twenty one marks twenty years. Since the united states led an invasion of afghanistan to destroy al-qaeda perpetrators of nine eleven and roused the taliban the islamist government which hubbard them a peace process largely conducted in doha has been underway a while but the process has brought little piece. Last november was afghanistan's worst month for civilian casualties in more than a decade for me. Us president donald trump promised nevertheless to bring the troops home. The lost two and a half thousand american soldiers would leave. He insisted by this coming. May the first. Interestingly the new administration of president joe biden has not retracted this deadline. It is leaning hard on afghanistan's government and the far from vanquished taliban to agree a settlement. But he's there seeriously any settlement that the taliban can be kept to foreign troops. Leave is america preparing to settle for a defeat. They can hope to sell as draw. And where would that leave the people who live there. This is the foreign desk this in a way. An impossible decision very difficult choice for biden. The impulse in one sense is to use this deadline to put a line over the afghan conflict. But the reality is that the role of the taliban and the presence of the taliban in the country is a serious issue. This concerns here that the country would slide into civil war. Killing of women civil society members journalist all done to terrorize the people. Silencing the voices of reason it's a technique to show that the gains of the past twenty years not important. These targeted killings means that people are terrified to go out in the morning. they say without exaggeration. Kiss your loved ones goodbye. Because you're not sure you're gonna come home at the end of the day. Not a day goes by without oblast in some major city in afghanistan. So they want this to work.
Chelsea remain unbeaten under Tuchel with big win over Everton
"Frank leboeuf and don hutchison with us. Reflect on chelsea's two nil victory over everton and stevie. I feel drawn to you. As one of thomas calls biggest critics. Surely now you get credit. And i don't understand this biggest critic. I'm just telling you the things that he's doing. Franklin paul was doing as well no to this game against them. There's no question they would a class above today. You know the to move the ball from the back to the medal to the front as fantastic right. Frank lampard teams will do that. The difference between this team and franks team is not given up goals. So now is a different. That's a big difference as a difference. But but the the two as is a frank was the manager of any of the team and the premier league. It wouldn't go side that's came to my argument because this chelsea would've league because they had a great defensive unit and how horrible patch yes denied up. No the going back to what we do. Best and far five scoring goals. The last name premier league games frontline. Bob was in charleston twelve goals. Guess war nine games friendly. The name games. The tickles beating child's guess. What twelve goals. In exactly the same as that is why i'm arguing. For frank lampard rushing tickled to buy goods. I'm just telling the goes against the eleven games. Defeats is the big caveat. Your argument the percent. Yeah tom without. Don't what do you think you agree. We'll stevie saying do not only thing i would say honest is. I was trying to be law towards franklin a good friend of mine and the job that don't watch chelsea and frank author vulnerable resolve torch. I wasn't sure what results that are going to get. They will fifty fifty game. Sometimes the majority of them went with him in someone against him. Breath sites almost took come in an extremely well. No eleven games in nine clean sheets. Dot is impressive. I thought that was that best performance against have that looked shop. Kyw hubbard's look fit a potentially cut out a couple of goals won't choke off for handball. Chalked off that it was an own goal but think this has been a change. I think in the mental illness to chelsea blows frank. Upn a big critic of since he made that big move from germany was this his best game in chelsea shirt today. Yes definitely i mean. It's an encouraging performance. Even if i think he can do much better. Because i him playing for liver kuzin last season i better than even today. So of course. I'm expecting a lot from a talented player and not because of the price that he's been paid he's been transferred you just because of the quality that he showed when he was being in the german league. I'm sure we can do much better. But he's on the way back to his best. And i wish him the best minnow. We don't have many things to say about that. Game jussie deserve to win. I think everton was really poor. Didn't show much during that game. He did what they knew. What to do emits defending well as as tv said and two goals and that's it and they are full five tennessee's bias especially to move to to school another goal but don't forget that we are waiting in the corner four chelsea by game that they had atletico and some of the games liverpool everton and the they won all those games so doing great on nothing much to say is not very entertaining but do the
'The Bachelor': Matt James Felt Pressure To Choose a Black Woman at the End of the Season
"James is the bachelor mondays on abc. Matt i've talked to rachel lindsay a lot about her time on the show and her experience and i wonder if you can talk to me a little bit about the pressure on you to choose a black girl at the end of the of the season their vows definitely not a pressure i put on myself initially no when i got there being the first black people are gonna be looking to you for a lot of different things and whenever i felt that pressure i just felt back on how i was raised in what i was looking for and a lot of those qualities. Have nothing to do with race in there. Were your hearts at are you carrying. Are you compassionate And thank goodness. That casts was so diverse in that made up a lot of what i was looking forward to may my decision that much easier with that kouadio woman there. Did you have to assume you. Talk to them about diversity before you did the show. I have to assume you said this is how it needs to be for me. Yeah and i think that not being on the bachelorette before they were still trying to get an understanding of lyon. What i'm attracted to him. When i'm about and they did a great job you know across the board what i was looking for i saw and As as the season continues. I think that It's very evident that they did their job in their party. Making sure everything represented.
interview With Matt James And Lindsay Hubbard
"Please welcome hell on wheels lindsay day. Lindsay andy thanks for having me. Thanks for coming and for the bachelor. Mondays on abc. It's nima finest match james. Hey matt what's going on. Andy oh my god. I'm so excited you're here. I'm so excited that you're the bachelor. Matt i was you know that was not something that i was planning on having thought i was going to be on the bachelorette and a year later on the bachelor. See that. wow okay. I wanna get into some bachelor and summer house questions. Speaking of hannah's breakdown at the end of the episode. I mean lindsey. It had to be very awkward sitting there listening once you saw and heard what she was saying. Does she have a right to be pissed with them. Do you think or is she overreacting well. It's a little confusing because last summer when the girls approached. You're saying that luke was talking to other girls. She was totally fine with it and now she seems to take a different approach. So i don't know it's it's pretty awkward. Just trying to understand if they dated didn't they were all confused a i. I can't even read this twitter name but they want to know now. The queen victoria is gone. What was your reaction when you found out that she was the true toxic one Disappointing you never really know what's going on you. Operate on imperfect information. But when you find out what's going on it's never the wrong time to right the ship so We're back on track okay. Lindsay megan k. Wants to know why you were so upset by what. Hannah said on a podcast. Don't you all talk like that. on podcasts. and social media isn't part of being on a reality show shows a point. I know. I don't tend to talk. Negatively about my. You know has mates on podcasts. But that's just me and you know it was just upsetting. Like i thought we were friends and i was very hurt by her. You know putting out this narrative that i'm this like mean-spirited person and i'm just not so i didn't feel like i needed to invite her to a new year's eve party matt. Billy g wants to know what was honestly going through your mind. When ex contestant heather drove up in the minivan on mondays episode. What did you think of the other women's reactions to her. I was in shock. I had no words and I was talking to piper at the time. And i just broke down. I was just. I was dying laughing. Because i thought it was a joke. Thousand pump in the women. I'm surprised she made it to the room up. She was gonna happen. So you lindsay. You're not with your man anymore. When did you. I am not lit up my allowed to ask that or do we have to wait and find out. No no i mean you'll see a couple of different situations that happened over summer officially for this last time for good. It was october
What's going on with the New Orleans Pelicans?
"This year's deputy f team the new orleans pelicans. I don't know what baker this team you can catch them on any given night and it's a completely different experience than the last night. I don't know if the players make sense together. Actually i'm pretty sure they don't. I don't really know what the overall philosophy is. I don't know if they're trying to be a playoff team if they're trying to be rebuilding. I'm just constantly confused and there are some optimism because they want a couple of games around people here they go here. Zion and then they get killed last night by the bulls and have one hundred thousand breakdowns. And i guess my first question to you is the pelicans what the fuck you. How many exclamation points can we tack onto that. Wt fd think. But i was hoping you could answer this question. Because i think you're spot on in that it's so much depends your view of this team on when you catch them even just like what stage in the season. You caught them because for a minute. It looked like they were going to live up to their personnel and be a tough minded offensive team. Scrounging out offensive rebounds to get points and just kinda struggling on that in because they're spacing issues the script has completely flipped. And now this is all of a sudden very competent offense. I think park has really driven by brandon. Ingram is i ion williamson. They're making that part of it work but the defense. Jesus christ i mean it is. There is inconsistent defensively as really any team out there. Yeah i would say other than brooklyn. It's the team that's most likely to give up one hundred forty on any given night to any team. That knows what they're doing. I so if you actually look at their stats and you haven't been watching that much and you look at the stats and you look at williamson in ingram and all right. Those guys are having good years pretty efficient. And then you look at lonzo and you look at bledsoe. Lonzo shoot thirty seven percent from three so she and forty percent so going into the season like well. Their guards can't shoot. They're not going to be able to have enough space. Well their guards are actually shooting. Okay but then. When i watch everybody together. I don't have a five-man line-up that i liked like yesterday. They're playing Kyra lewis with He he got a little more run and he's really interesting. Rookies really fast. He's little darren foxy and gave them an energy that i was like. Well maybe this. Maybe i would like this version of the pelicans more. If fast you know now unleash sign a little bed. Go up and down a little bit more. But i still don't know who the other two teammates would be with cairo. Lewis design and branding. And i guess the fundamental question for me is do zion and brandon. Ingram makes sense together on a team. That's actually trying to win the title. I think they make sense on offense but the question was i on really broadly. As who are you going to put the five that's gonna make up for all. He doesn't do defensively right now. That's always been my issue with the idea of playing small and we are putting him at the five his rotations is. Aren't there really the pelicans as a team. If i were an opposing coach. I would say this is a team. We can beat him rotation every they are. Pass away from defensive breakdown every time out on the floor and keep moving the ball. You keep doing what you're supposed to do they will they will mess up in a whether it's undersized guy in the corner doesn't quite rotate over all the way. Jj radic or josh. Hart they try hard. They do what they can. But they're not equipped to be helped rotation defenders. If a guy like zion isn't going to be one so i mean i'm i'm kinda bullish on the anger rooms ion depot in general but i am really struggling to see how you put together those lineups. I can see how they kind of got into this conundrum where they clearly wanted to have some veterans early. Some veterans fell into their lap in terms of what was available and trying to get some pics and make their other moves but long term. It's a weird team to build with. And then you get lonzo into this conversation to and what they want to do with him. It's it's kind of messy.
The C64 'Maxi' Review - Full-Sized Commodore 64 Replica
"Retro video game consoles are pretty awesome. But i just got the one that i've been anticipating the most. I'm going to review these sixty four by retro games next. This is tweet hello everyone. Welcome to hands on tech. I'm jason howell. So if i had to trace passion for technology back to one key item from my childhood be pretty easy for me to put my finger on it. And that's the commodore sixty four. That's the one of the most popular computer systems. Especially at the time. I think it was known as the most popular computer system in the eighties. And i had a commerce sixty four for quite a few years. When i was a kid and i just had so many memories of connecting to bulletin boards with my three hundred baud modem downloading commercial games that i probably wasn't supposed to have just trading floppy disks with friends at school. I mean this defined my childhood. So when i heard that retro games was gonna put out a commodore sixty four mini console. I was elated now in twenty eighteen. They released these c. Sixty four mini. And it's about half the size of a normal commodore sixty four included some games but you could also tap into it to basically run any disk images from the congress sixty four that you wanted. I thought that was neat. Until i heard that the keyboard was completely functioning which is an issue i have a retro raspberry pi with retro pie on it and i've emulated commerce sixty four many times but not having the commodore sixty four keyboard actually changes. The experience are certain keys to re map is just not the same thing. So then i was super excited. When retro games announced that they were doing a maxi version known as the c sixty four happens to be what i have right here the full size version with a functioning keyboard and it is awesome especially for someone like me on the perfect person to give this a spin. So let's take a look at my experience with the c sixty four first. Let's talk about the hardware itself and boy. Am i happy that i waited for the full size keyboard release. The design is impressively faithful to the original bread. Been model of the commodore sixty four. There was a sand papery texture that surrounds the keys on the keyboard that to my memory is pretty spot on the like chunk of the space bar and how it feels when you slam. That feels just right. Totally takes me back and the keys themselves. They're pretty good. There may be a tad wobbly compared to my memory of the original commerce sixty four but thankfully typing this review on it. So i don't care as long as i can hit that run. Stop key when a game tells me too about the only real difference that i can tell from the original. Is that the shift. lock key. doesn't lock down into place when pressed like did on the original. It is a software toggle so it still has the same functional use is just not quite as satisfying all in all. I'm very pleased with how faithful this keyboard replica is. It's a joy to us where things are very different from. The original is the side and the back of the unit. Basically the i o ports on the side is a power button that you just tap and hold power honor office different from the switch on the original. Also three usb ports for plug near joysticks in on the side or other usb peripherals on the back is a micro usb port for power and aced out for your modern television or monitor. Something you can't do with the original commerce sixty four and another usb port and. I'm super pleased that they included that additional rear facing port because that allows me to keep a thumb drive plugged in there. When i want to add more games which you can do and we'll talk about that. My only real complaint is simply how light and in some ways kind of hollow. The entire system feels the original. Had some heft to it. You know one thousand nine hundred eighty technology and this new version contains a small arm computer with five hundred twelve megs of memory so it's pretty svelte. This nation system running vice after all also no true comer sixty four peripherals can be plugged in here at least not easily so no user port no port or expansion port. Now packed in the box is this joystick. Which as you can see has a lot more buttons than any commerce sixty four joystick. Ever had really you just end up with one if you're using a traditional commerce four controller. There's a lot more here and we'll talk about how that interfaces but definitely not quite the slick stick that. I adored back in the day but it does the job. It is super clicky. Pretty loud characteristic. Personally i never really cared much for in those old school joysticks. There's a large button on both sides. That makes it usable for lefties and righties and along. The bottom is a row of specialized buttons that tap into the carousel interface of the sixty. Four which i'll get to as well as for allowing specialized functions during game play so you can load and save states. You can open a virtual keyboard which on the maxi the large version of the c. Sixty four is is unnecessary. Really and then of course you can exit out to the main carousel screen to load a new game. The stock joystick is really kind of essential. If you want to jump in and out of games quickly. It's a bummer. There aren't other designs to choose from. Because like i said it does the job but it's definitely not my favorite for long stretches. Bluetooth support is not included But some people in forums have had luck with different. Modern controllers plugged in via usb. So assume that you're probably using the stock controller unless you really wanna go diving deep and experimenting you might be able to take your favorite controller and plug it in here but it's probably not going to be super easy out of the box now a mini console releases often only as good as the games that are included on it and if you check wikipedia it says that the commodore sixty four originally had around ten thousand commercially released software for the platform. So no matter how. You chop down to disappoint somebody. The c sixty four ships with you guessed it sixty four titles out of the box including a few vic twenty. Titles a firmware update. They you should. Flash brought another seven games to the carousel and some additional functionality. Over although game selection is pretty paltry and my opinion. It doesn't quite match my own nostalgic experienced. But like i said everybody has a different experience. I really appreciate the epochs heavy offerings here. So you've got impossible mission of all the games games summer winter games the jump man series of pretty much many of epochs is a classic titles are in there. There's also a few other favorites. You radium perr odroid. There's some good games in there. Don't get me wrong. But many of these titles simply were not on my radar when i was a kid so when it comes to nostalgia i'm really looking for titles that i know and going to get to more on that in a second but gameplay itself is as smooth as it needs to be. I didn't find any games that didn't work the way i remember them Playing it is an emulation approach though so consider that. It's not going to be perfect. But i didn't detect anything that clued me into it being ambulation. I have emulated the congress sixty four on the raspberry pi and some keys. Don't exist on the keyboard that you have to plug into the back of the raspberry pi in order to do it. So like i said earlier. Having this keyboard makes the game play experience that much. Better the carousel which used very frequently with the c. Sixty four is thoughtfully done as well. You've got some game. Cover art some gameplay screenshots and then a description of the game along with details like who the composer was which personally is a c sixty four aficionado. I can say that super important. The ship is is an amazing music. Chip that was included in the sixty. Four this dozen a perfect job of emulating it and it is really nice to know if hubbard produced not track that you're about to listen to either our display options if you wish to add some crt style scan lines to the experience though. Personally i kept those off for the most part so sixty four games out of the box pretty limited when you're talking about ten thousand total titles but it isn't a deal breaker because if you format a thumb drive to fat thirty two you can add play d sixty four disk images added to your heart's content though you might have to do some cleanup work. I in order to make that happen. The integrated file manager only two hundred fifty six files in a single folder. So if you have a library of thousands of games you're going to shift everything around into their own folders in order to get access to all of those within the interface or you can tap into a community driven upgrade for the c. Sixty four called project carousel. Usb this actually adds hundreds more games directly into the carousel interface so it's as easy to pick and choose as the stuff that ships with the sixty four. Now do note. Project carousel may violate copyright rules. So you're going to want to be sure to check your local laws before diving in check with your own ethics and see if you feel comfortable with that and if it's legal for you to do so but if you do choose to explore this it's super easy. It's non-destructive doesn't override the firmware permanently. Basically you just throw the image files on a thumb drive and then flash the firmware temporarily after boot up to access all the games in that interface power off. The original firmware returns to stock.
"hubbard" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Everyone Happy to be back. Yes. So we're about to embark on a new adventure. This podcast on and this podcast is dedicated to Scientology is fair game, which is a policy written. By L. Ron Hubbard. In the fifties. Scientology claims that doesn't exist. These air the dirty tricks of Scientology, where they destroyed people, their enemies, their perceived enemies. Basically, it's what Mike anybody who says something that's the truth about Scientology. Yeah, that's right, Leah anybody that they perceive and described as an enemy and an enemy in Scientology terminology means Anyone that says things that we don't like anyone that ask questions that we don't like. And this doesn't mean that they have to be a Scientologist know this could be a journalist doing a story you could have been abused by Scientologist went to the These are all people who fall in the category of Fair game. If you do a welfare check on a family member, and you're not a Scientologist, you were fair game to Scientology. So what Scientology does is they just follow the policies written by L. Ron Hubbard. Under the fair game policy off, destroy, and that's what they've been doing for five decades. They continue to do it and I thank God that we have a forum to talk about this now in a way up to date minute to minute what Scientology's has been doing so well tell you the history of fair game but also tell you about what's going on today. What they're doing to people what they're doing to victims and to silence them from speaking..
Google hit by antitrust lawsuit from nearly 40 states over alleged search monopoly
"And meanwhile in the midst of everything. We've been talking about today. We expect a bipartisan group of more than thirty state attorneys general to announce an antitrust lawsuit against google later today accusing them of favoring their own products in their search results. I'm not gonna hold the show this afternoon just to report the news because we know it's coming the quotes and get some smart analysis of the details of the case tomorrow. But in the meantime i did wanna flag this. Because we've actually had a look at this antitrust suit which is being led by the texas attorney general and interestingly it makes a specific accusation that google facebook special privileges in exchange for not supporting a competing. Ads system this is potentially very very meaningful. A lot of these other anti-trust cases have been kind of arguing. Theory like what is a monopoly. And what isn't what is. The definition of the market given company is operating in what constitutes anticompetitive behavior. Even but this this is potentially something more tangible because this alleges actual cut and dry collusion the actual of a market by two powerful players in that market this would be an actual illegal conspiracy. Were talking felonies here. Allegedly quoting wired as described in the complaint. The scheme between google and facebook has its roots in two thousand seventeen when facebook announced it would start supporting something called header bidding. The details are two key to get into here. Basically google which runs the biggest online ad exchange likes to make publishers give it first dibs on bidding to place an ad publisher just means any website or app that runs ads. Header bidding was a technical hack that allowed publishers to earn higher prices by soliciting bids from multiple exchanges at once. Google hated this because it created more competition. When facebook declared that it would work with publishers that used header bidding. It was seen as a provocation. The millions of businesses that advertise with facebook don't just advertise on facebook through the facebook audience. Network the company also places ads across the web making it one of the biggest ad buyers on the internet if it began supporting header bidding. That could cause google's ad platform to lose a lot of business drawing on internal documents uncovered during its investigation however the texas attorney general claims that facebook's leaders didn't actually want to compete with google. They wanted google to buy them off. This seems to have worked in september two thousand eighteen. The company's cut a deal facebook. The complaint says agreed to quote curtail its header bidding initiatives and send the millions of advertisers in its facebook audience network to bid on google platform. In return. google would give the facebook audience networks special advantages at auctions including setting aside a quota of ad placements to facebook. Even when the company didn't make the highest bid the agreement the complaint says quote fixes prices and allocates markets between google and facebook and quote. Here's why that matters. The other antitrust cases filed against google and facebook this year by the justice department for google and the federal trade commission and state attorneys general for facebook are based on section. Two of the sherman act which is about building a monopoly in a section two case. It isn't enough to show that a company dominates a market. The government must also prove that it got to the top by using anticompetitive tactics rather than by just being the best. The alleged conspiracy between google and facebook is different. It falls under section one of the sherman act which makes it illegal for two or more companies to make any contract or agreement quote in restraint of trade and quote while the texas case is a civil suit. The claims in it could conceivably serve as the basis of federal criminal charges. A section one case is much simpler if there's proof that the companies did agree to fix prices rig bids or just not compete with each other. That's the end of the inquiry quote. If you can prove an agreement between two firms once you have proof of that agreement. It is called per se illegal said sally hubbard director of enforcement strategy at the open markets institute. An anti monopoly. Think tank quote. This is why antitrust enforcers love to bring section cases because if you can find evidence of more than one firm agreeing to fix prices agreeing not to compete agreeing to allocate a market once. You prove that agreement it's automatically illegal. It ends there and quote. Unlike last week's facebook antitrust filing or the house report on big tech from over the summer most of the juicy details and internal documents including a screenshot of the contract terms between facebook and google are blacked out. The heavy reductions are not the only strange thing about the case the texas attorney general's office fresh off a losing effort to overturn. The presidential election announced the suit in a weird amateurish video posted to twitter before the case had been filed. Still there are some tantalising clues. The document alludes to an email about the arrangement from dan. rose facebook's vice president of partnerships to ceo mark zuckerberg that suggests that whatever deal the two companies had was signed off on at the highest levels another heavily redacted section alleges google violated users privacy and quote agreed ways after signing an agreement with facebook in two thousand fifteen that gave the company access to quote millions of americans end to end encrypted. What's at messages photos videos and audio files and quote. So you know don't as roger mcnamee tweeted quote the filing asserts that google conspired with facebook in the digital ads market if they can prove it and they appear to have evidence. Google and facebook are in huge trouble and quote.
What to Do About All Those Digital Photos?
"Digital photos pilot faster than leads in autumn in. Today's show is dedicated to getting them bagged up in organized. We're going to rake up this job from two angles using common sense organizing techniques and a dash of artificial intelligence. I'm so glad you're here. I hope you enjoy this show. So i thought okay. End of the year We're kind of getting our act together trying to get our act together in so many different ways a lot of us are working on our homes are parts are living spaces. We're trying to clean up some messes at work. Get ready for what we hope to be. An exciting and productive twenty twenty one now one of the areas that always needs work for folks that. Listen to this. Podcast is our digital photo library. That's right because you know the thing would be. If we stop taking pictures we would stop adding to the problem. And what does that problem. Of course that problem is what to do with all those digital photos. None of us are going to stop taking pictures. So we gon ago about this a different way so i have a guest To start out the show today is isabel. And she's terrific and she has some wonderful ideas about some of getting your arms around your digital photo library and maybe how to approach it so that works best for you and i think that's the main thing because there's no one right way to do this. It depends on what your needs are how much time you have which your priorities are all that good stuff and i think that is the place that isabel is coming from. So let's turn it over to this conversation that she and i just recently had and then when we come back. I'm going to talk a little bit about this free or affordable depending on if you have ten dollars or not a organizing tool to also help us with this process. So we're going to have a little bit of isabel common wisdom in a little bit of machine learning we're gonna roll it all up and hopefully they come out with a better handle on our digital photo library already. Here's isabel isabel. Welcome to the show. Tell us a little bit about yourself. I- derek i I have been an illustrator for most of my life. And i did this cisco i came back to new york into southern food and up to seven eight and i was kind of disaster and i realized i wanted to do something because i was doing less work in editorial illustration and i just moved all might photos and i had to sought my photos and i realized i needed to learn iphoto to put things in order so all my cow chaos. I kind of organized it. And then i did this for of people. And then i realized what this is kind of the same thing that i do with illustration is i tell stories i. I work with colors at work with humor in shapes in this. I'm not. This is fun to do an hubbard if i do this with other people. And that's what i started to do. And that's what. I do now some of the things that you've learned not only with your own photos but you know working with other people in terms of us not only organizing our photo library but standing are photo library understanding what we have and you know what what is important and maybe what isn't as important but maybe we hang onto anyway can so let's start with the serve understanding our photos and then we'll talk a little bit about organizing them as well sure. Okay so is interesting because things have changed so much so now i could work with someone and their pictures starts from the two thousand right. Some people had a digital camera. Right away i could have a family and their kids the only have digital pictures and then there's nothing printed in the meantime we have the iphone and the iphone to kind of change everything or android or any kind of that you have which means that we use the phone as a notebook and we use the phone very differently that the way we were using digital camera so we ended up with so many photos that are. I would say if unroll photos. We don't need for the future and lots of screenshot soak when everything gets mixed up in one place. It kind of creates problems so we have a lot of junk photos that maybe we need to clean up and then we have everything that is every day moment in the big moments of the lives that we used to take the camera and do film with them so we have a lot of things that maybe don't belong together but we have the photos in chronological order. We need to do something about it. So i feel like once you understand that you kind of realize okay. I have twenty years of photos. Maybe maybe fifteen years maybe ten years but it's like life is can be a big mess.
2020 CMA Awards: Everything You Need to Know
"McIntyre, who's the 54th annual CMA awards for the fifth time, But this time, she shares the stage for the first time with Darius Rucker. As the pandemic continues, the CMAs move from its usual home at the Bridgestone Arena to the Music City Center building, the only members in the audience. The performers Lee Brice and Tyler Hubbard, are out because they tested positive for Koven 19. But the night's top nominees Miranda Lambert is in, as is Maren Morris. Luke comes Jason Aldean Brothers Osborne, Ashley McBride, him or the show open, with several artists paying tribute to the late Charlie Daniels. CMA's Marinate on ABC. Michelle Pelino facsimiles 6
Leopard mauls man who paid for "full contact experience"
"Mauled. After paying for quote, full contact experience. With a leopard. So I I think that the company has every right to say, Hey, you signed up for a full contact experience with Hubbard. What leverage do that's just ludicrous. It is It's raising that, somebody said Who flew contact with a leopard. I love that. Let's go on the road. I'm going over there A meeting I I heard I didn't die. You know, I never got past the headline of Florida Man. It's It was just so stupid. Lower Florida If you keep saying man is recovering from surgery after being mauled by a black leopard, the man paid 100 and $50. That's it. To have a full contact experience. No, not for the surgery have turned that one into your insurance, right mold by leopard when I signed up to have a full contact area, I do that with my left hand because I'm left handed the 150 bucks a full contacts experience with the big cat and was allowed to play with it Rub its belly. And take pictures with it. Oh, the incident happened in a licensed animal sanctuary for endangered animals. The owner of the sanctuary was charged for allowing folk full contact with a dangerous animal. And cited for keeping captive wildlife in an unsafe environment. A man who was attacked and they have surgery after severe injuries, including to the scalping here. The man in question, would you would you pay money to play with a dangerous animal? Yes, After knackered story like that. Was Carol passed, and when you need her, I know I was thinking of that whole Tiger King thing. Yeah. It'll be nice when we come back, and that's all we have to worry about, is yes. If Tiger if he's getting out, Joe exotic. Yeah
Sanders, Hubbard lead No. 6 Oklahoma St. past Iowa St. 24-21
"Spencer Sanders returned to action and guided six ranked Oklahoma state to a twenty four twenty one win over Iowa state senators passed for two hundred thirty five yards and he also ran for seventy one and a touchdown it was his first game since suffering an ankle injury in the season opener against Tulsa Sanders also was intercepted twice will frustrate myself two turnovers today but now you know it's a long way to go I will rest and responsible we're gonna get back next week and just respond cute girl reader chipper Hubbard ran for a hundred thirty nine yards and a touchdown as the cowboys join Kansas state as the only remaining undefeated teams in big twelve play I'm Dave Ferrie
3 People Injured In 3 Paint Ball Gun Attacks Across Chicago
"Three people were shot with a paintball gun in the city last night, the latest of a string of similar attacks in Chicago. The most recent incident was reported early this morning in the 6100 block of South Ashland Avenue. A woman was standing standing on on the the sidewalk sidewalk when when a a person person in in a a red red as as you you ve ve fired fired a a paintball paintball gun gun hitting hitting her her in in the the right right hand hand to to other other incidents incidents happened happened last last night, night, one one in in the the 1800 1800 block block of of West West Hubbard Hubbard Street Street when when someone someone in in a a white white sedan sedan fired fired a a paintball paintball gun gun at at a a man man riding riding a a bike. bike. The The man man was was hit hit in in the the right right arm arm and and groin groin area. area. Another Another person person was was shot shot last last night night while while walking walking his his dog dog near near Morgan in Monroe by someone in a white sedan. No one was hospitalized and no arrests have been made.
"hubbard" Discussed on KTRH
"I'm joined by Mike render had a low everyone happy to be back. Yes. So we're about to embark on a new adventure. This podcast and this podcast is dedicated to Scientology. He's fair game, which is a policy written by L. Ron Hubbard in the fifties. Scientology claims it doesn't exist. These air the dirty tricks of Scientology, where they destroyed people, their enemies, their perceived enemies. Basically, it's what Mike anybody who says something that's the truth about Scientology. Yeah, that's right, Leah anybody that they perceive and described as an enemy and an enemy in Scientology terminology means Anyone that says things that we don't like anyone that ask questions that we don't like. And this doesn't mean that they have to be a Scientologist. Now, this could be a journalist doing a story you could have been abused by Scientologists went to the the's air All people who fall into the category of fair game If you do a welfare check on a family member, and you're not a Scientologist, you were fair game to Scientology. So what Scientology does is they just follow the policies written by L. Ron Hubbard under the fair game policy ofthe destroy, and that's what they've been doing for five decades. They continue to do it, and I think God that we have a forum to talk about this now in a way up to date minute to minute what Scientology's has been doing so well tell you the history of fair game. But also tell you about what's going on today what they're doing to people what they're doing to victims and to silence them from speaking..
"hubbard" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals
"At much later in life. You know. It's really never too late to become a writer if you can if you can dictate even even if you can't type dictate it's not is it or you can still right so yeah that's great. So what is next for sir? East W. have the right of. What have you got on your desk for the next twelve months? Say Well when you call me. I was finishing up my word. Count for the Frank Bennett. Book that I'm writing right now which is called Ice Jig. It takes place all the Frank Bennett books. Have a vaguely. Fishing related tackles. I got into this fishing Seem but there's really not that much fishing takes place but there's actually a lot of interesting of fishing equipment that had sound sinister so so I'm writing ice jig right now and that will be out of finishing it up that will be out. March twenty third and then I'll move onto writing the next Life in Palmerston story which is called life up ended. And I'm hoping that that will be done by the end of the summer and then we'll move into the next Estate Sale mystery which I discussed the cover for yesterday and that will be called. Rock bottom treasurer. It's about a woman who is a rock journalist in aging rock journalist and obvious helping her sell her rock and roll memorabilia. That sounds great. It sounds a Weenie but Very popular one last year. The daisy daisy giants. Yeah we've got Stevie Nicks now have been in the states out. Yes that sounds wonderful. You sound as if you've got a wonderfully under control. It said some very impressive a wider. No but that my husband's always saying why don't you make an outline? But I'm a dancer. I don't outline so so I we've already established that you enjoy interacting with your Rita's and that you're willing to listen to their suggestions. How do you like to interact way? Can they find you? I have a facebook page. That's very Very active S W Hubbard author. And if you look from there on facebook you'll get to see pictures of my dog. Libi who my husband has taken out for a walk right now. So that you you're barking in the background And I'm on. I'm on twitter among good reads so absolutely pleased. The and my website. S W Hubbard Dot net so definitely looked me up online and Shoot me a message. I'll definitely answer you the other thing that I would really like to mention this that you also very happy to talk to book club sanctuary. I am I love book clubs. I love my own book club. In fact I joined my book club when I came to talk to them about. What am I books? They were reading one of my books. They invited me to come and talk to them and then I liked them so much that I became a member. I can only happened once so I'm in that group But I I do love to. I'll come to anyone any any book group in New Jersey in person but I also do it online by skype or facetime and it's a lot of fun. Oh that's wonderful where all the links to your books and your websites and the social media will have all of those in the show notes. Are they easy for people to find so just remember? It's it's w Hubbard so have it. Thanks so much for your time today. So it's been really great. Thank you so much thrilled to be here. Thanks for listening to the joys of venture reading podcast you can find all the details and links for this episode at Dub Dub Dub dot the joys of binge reading Dot Com. We'd love to your comments and suggestions for who you'd like us to interview next and if you enjoyed the show take a moment to subscribe on Itunes or a similar provider. So you won't miss out on future guests. Thanks for joining us and heavy reading the Jewish bench reading podcast put together with fantastic technical help from Dan. Cotton and Abe Raffles. Dan is an experience sound and video engineer. Whose radiant available to help you with your next project seeking out at D C audio services at G. Mail DOT COM that Steve. Daniel CPA Charlie audio services ex. Gm DOT COM or check casher nights. He's fast. He takes pride in getting it right and he's great.
"hubbard" Discussed on The Savvy Creative
"It with three to four pay checks and Bam especially with the technology changing so much in no one knowing about what's going on I wanted to be that forefront of telling people you can do that you can be your dream and you don't have to spend a lot of money to do it. Have you. Had A lot of writers get published or published themselves I love to call myself a Dula. A Book Dula. You know where I I literally have helped thousands of writers birth their books and that feels really good to know that I was part of that creative process. You know because that's what I KINDA WANNA be. I WANNA be a asset more of a more than a liability and since I love reading and writing knowing that. That's my moniker. Knowing that that's the legacy that I leave you know even my kids don't make fun of me. You know because they know I'm in the book world and we go out and they'd be like Oh my God. There's the book lady like. Oh yeah you know. But they really. They really understand why I did what I did. You know and even though a lot of people were like you know you should concentrate more on being a mom you know being this writer you know. I can do both. I'm a woman whatever no I mean. You should keep your creative identity. That's the thing you're gonNA lose your being. I wanted my kids to see. I didn't WANNA be a hypocrite to my kids and saying follow your dreams and goals and passions. And they weren't seeing me. Do the same thing you know. That was important for me for them to see that and then to see you know the you it is so hard you try to teach them how to be an entrepreneur. Teach them this is how you have to make money that you you don't have to be especially in Detroit. You know their faith being out on the street and making money or you know they they get approached so it's so easy go out on the street and do illegal thing whereas God gave you a gift a talent that you can make money you know even if you feel. You'RE NOT SMART ENOUGH. There is a way you can make money legally now and you do it so easy now like everyone should be legitimate by this time especially with marijuana going go like is everyone should be making money but I wanted my kids to really see that like you can make money also see your talents your gifts your passion you know your passion can lead you towards the path to the prophet that you WanNa make now and you can open up jobs for people in the community you can do allies yeah like especially like your yeah definitely and it was really cool the kids would see people walk up to me and they'd be so grateful your mom is amazing you know even when I wasn't around like Oh my God you're Sylvia Hubbard's kid you know my daughter like she works downtown so she needs a lot of people I've held and ages. Oh this is awesome. And she'll get free stuff they'd be like. Oh you're Sylvia Hubbard's he's like I love you your daughter so it's kind of it is Kinda cool when you become that one one thing that gave people hope you know you're you're helping to even that mustard seed of hope. It's the best feeling of all you know to know that I that I was a little bit of part of that. Now yeah well. I definitely hope to see motown. Writers keep growing and growing and growing more steeds planted so really quick. Well as we close this episode I always ask every creative mind. What is your best advice to the young woman out there really struggling right now? What's your best advice to her? Creative struggling creatively. Keep practicing the passion that was put inside of you the thing that you WanNa do keep practicing it. No matter what no matter what trials tribulations that come up 'cause you're gonNA see once you become a master at it. Students are going to gather because you cannot be a master at something without the students. And with those students the the dreams and goals that you have thought about are gonNA start coming to fruition. But what's going to be so amazing this because you state so focused on becoming better at your craft and better at what you do. Those dreams and goals are going to go beyond your expectations. The more hard work that you put in now the more amazing those goals will be when she reach him and I am a testament to that process is because when I was down there during the work you know sweating and crying and you know I'm like okay. I JUST. I just want to get a house. Where can lock my door safely? But I didn't see that it was a whole huge pitcher behind that like it was somewhere where my kids can feel safe for. My life could be wonderful and I'm so glad that during those during those storms I worked so hard to to be in that storm that the rainbow was more beautiful than possible. Once it was over so that would be my advice for that creative person out there thinking. This isn't this doesn't feel like it's going as long as you're you're moving you're working it is gonNA go. It is your Buildin. Stain is just you. GotTa keep going to stop listening to everybody who says something negative even yourself. Imagine if you would've stopped in two thousand and two God now you would not be. I mean you wouldn't motown. Writers would have been so many writers inspired by you. Yeah it wouldn't be. Yeah I wouldn't be where I what I am now and I wouldn't have that that feeling even if I had been like. Okay yeah did write those books. I still wouldn't have had that wonderful feeling of knowing that when I stand before God I should be pushed to the head of the line like this girl. Come on up to the front longer. Vip right yeah. I WANNA be a VIP in heaven. I'm not just trying to you know. Do the regulus stuff. I want the Golden Wings and you brought them love you brought people love and happily ever hours better than that too. That's the best thing like yes. Yes all right. Well you can find Sylvia at Sylvia Hubbard Dot Com. And I would also check out motown writers. You don't have to live in Detroit. You can check it out. Wherever you are and at motown writers Dot Com and you can definitely even think about setting up something like this in your own community and connecting writers. They're just whatever you do creative minds keep going keep writing as Sylvia said. The storm is the storms will pass. The rainbows will come and also check out. Amazon.com backslash. Sylvia Hubbard if you WANNA check out her books especially the romance and fall in love with the happily ever after until then creative minds keep creating an. I will see you on the next episode..
"hubbard" Discussed on Hermit_Radio
"Things that are kind of depressing yes so it's okay. That's what I want. Career talk was positive. What are some things coming up or that. You're planning or they like to do in the future. That are the better education so one of the things I'm super excited about. This year is a program that we started that one of our schools specifically designed to support our kids with what we call tier three year time e behavior needs in the past asked we have identified a lot of students that we just know are not successful in the school environment because of the large numbers because of a lack of structure because because teachers don't always truly understand how to work with those students they really struggle and we are constantly giving out suspensions indiscipline. Glenn having meetings about them and everybody's frustrated and I sat in so many means very frustrated because I did have a next step and and I knew there needed to be more but this year we were able to start a behavior program where we specifically take those kids into a one room school essentially with at least four to five staff present at all times where they get very individualized education. They get counseling explain every day. They get family counseling and we really work on the social emotional skills because that's where the core of the problem is we have to address US giving a kid a consequence suspending them as not teaching them a new behavior and so we really have to figure out like why are you behaving saving this way. How can we support housing. You learn a new behavior so that you're successful and so far we've been able to get four kids in the program this year and it's amazing to see these kids that just like two weeks ago were causing havoc in a school setting and who who saddened the meeting saying. I'm not going to this program show up everyday to this program and and actually one of them called one staff the other day. Thank you for believing in and they're they're still difficult. It's they're not perfect. It's going to take us a long time but they're finally in a setting where they can actually grow and that's been just it's made my day. That's what a month the students among like with the new new coming generation. What do you see them. What do you see from them. You think needs to change in the school system because we have to really has to dabble time aw whether you think that kids coming honestly and maybe again because nine kind of very much in my world sometimes. I don't see all the positive things that education that are happening. It's scary to me to see my students and kind of the direction that they're going it. It breaks my heart and that's back more depressing. oh. I see a population or a generation of kids stats have very little soft control that are very involved at obsessed with social media. I think is almost destroying a lot of our kids and I see a lot of kids that don't have the ability to look further other than a given moment so you can't talk to a kid about houses specific incident or moment is going to affect their future or their college because that's the Democrat is so far away or soon unattainable. They're so focused on the here and now what's happening that they the long term goals just doesn't exist for that and it's hard to get through to them but that because it just seems Tampa so with the school system how scenes I is this something that is just broken that we can fix or do you. Thanks reconsider how we think we have to reconsider. How would you like you said the generation different kids. Don't learn by sitting sitting down and reading a book anymore. As especially with our population where reading itself is a challenge they really can't sit down down and read a book and they're not going to sit and listen to supplement our kids have to be up and moving and engaging and we have to look at different types of teaching now and and I think we also need to go back to some of the vocational stuff. I think we need to go back to some four things. We're such a heavy push on testing and there's such a heavy push on academics. All the time and teachers are expected to meet certain standards that we've loss the creativity in education and I think that that and that was one of the reasons I had to get out of the classroom itself is I no longer felt like it could be creative and be myself and there's just so much pressure to meet certain standards tolls and have a certain score on a rubric and that doesn't benefit anybody so it. It needs to be change. It needs to be revamped if I could shutdown America for a whole year and just let's say let's dig into the system and Redo it I would. That's awesome because that leads me to my next question. If if I could give you a magic wand and you could give yourself as much money as you needed as much staff. What do we really need if you had have you voted change what kind of changes we need to completely restructure how we design and staff schools we need to like you. We were talking about earlier. Get more counselors in social workers. We need more behavior therapists in there. We need a lot more teacher so he makes these classrooms smaller classroom sizes of thirty thirty five or not conducive to students that what are three four five six grade levels behind and I think just as a whole as a nation our priorities priorities are so much more on entertainment and sports and and we put so much value into all of that and we're not putting the value in the education system. I mean when you look other countries in how they handle education. Teachers are paid much better. Teachers are held to a higher standard in terms like there. There's not you can't did you teach that whole same those who can't teach I mean teaching is a valued career and then lost my train of thought but yeah we need to put more value than it because we don't as a society right now. It's not the priority of these you know. Just keep a feel. I keep seeing things in schools. I keep thinking about it and one thing that really concerned with is social media. Eh really shocking much that really impacts younger kids young people and how I sir violent acts or taking vile acts on themselves crazy our kids have become very noun and nonchalant on Chalan towards social media. I mean they will post anything they will come into anything they laugh at anything it just the the moral compass seems to be disappearing which is scary. It should not be We have so many fights that stem I'm from social media so much bullying that happens on social media and our kids are so dependent and so so obsessed with it that we get into arguments and not visible buys but like trying to take a phone from a student students can be the biggest task all day long just because they will fight you for it. They will walk out of a costume. They will walk out of school. They will refuse used to give all of our phone and they won't put it away. It's just this need for them. Have the spell I I'd like to think that we're going to head in the right direction someday so that's why I'm gonNA keep doing but I am super thankful. We have people like you that are in the all system actually care because I think that's a big piece of the two I think that the teachers and the people that we put in the position or be allowed to be in the position to teach children. They need to actually care right right and I don't think it's fair where we pay them not only do they need to care but they need to be paid adequately so they're they're gonna be there for the long yes there are bad situations and when there are kids that are struggling instead of just writing it off and the reality is you no we don't just teach at school we we come home and we do more work and then on top of that the burden of seem students in this situation scene where they're coming from that that takes the odd one deputy in the teaching career to. I mean some suit. Some teachers just can't handle the emotional stress that it causes them. It's there's a lot that needs to change in education right now. So I really appreciate you spending spending time to talk to me about this. Thank you yes. I'm excited. I'm always happy to get on my soapbox in think it's an important to zoo. We're GONNA believe you on again for something else. Louise's I've got some ideas about what I want to talk to you about but one last shameless plug people are interested in your yes. I want to support you. Yes them would find you so you can find me on taste book at J Hubbard Twenty One. That's J. H. U. B. B. A. R. D. Like old mother. Hubbard's covered and you can send me a message on that or you can find me on facebook. Jessica hovered and sheet many questions about my boxing program. I'm always looking for people that want to support it. Sponsor share air about it volunteer for it. It's rowing project and as being it's going to be really really impactful in the lives of many children. I do too and I think what I hope. Is that anybody listening to this. This inspire somebody else somewhere else do due to south what it's GonNa take. More people like Jessica do important just one place so thank you again and this is the end end. Thanks for listening guys..
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"Us. Jennifer Hubbard unfortunately, was in that position in Newtown, Connecticut. She is now the president of the Catherine violet Hubbard foundation, and it's really an amazing organization, and we wanna talk about the Catherine violet Hubbard animal sanctuary went from an accidental contribution to a local animal charity into a foundation there in the midst of a four million dollar capital campaign. Jennifer joins us on the phone from Newtown Jenny. Thank you so much for joining us. Of course. Thank you for having me. So tell us a little bit about the organization and this event coming up because the manifestation of this, and your daughter is really incredible. Tell us about it. Yeah. So we are creating the Catherine by Hubbard animal sanctuary. You're absolutely right. This all star. Ended with leaving out a word control when asking for donations in, in lieu of flowers we received significant contributions from all over the world. And when we set out on this journey the group that we had sent donations to aronie Asli had suggest an animal sanctuary. Full disclosure, we had no idea what we were talking about. We didn't know what Amilton and here we are six years later, and the Catherine violet Hubbard animal sanctuary has thirty acres that was needed to by that the state of Connecticut in two thousand fourteen and we are we are launching and, and scaling programs that honor the human animal bond, and what we do is, we believe that by enriching allies of all being animals, and humans by by promoting compassion. Acceptance Catherine just she loved animals, and that bond between the human, and the animal. We feel if it's embraced and honored and explore through education programs and animals can stay in the rightful homes, whether the environment or in a budding home with the family, then we create a kinder, gentler person. And for me it may mean that a another heavy hook is averted, and I'll never measurement. I'll never know it. But that's okay with me. So this weekend is one of our flagship prevents. If the Katherine better fly party, it is how we celebrate Catherine's life on, on Saturday. She would have been thirteen so it's all the animals animal party. We'll tell us about. Yeah, I was thinking about this event this weekend. A butterfly party. I just remember going to different museums and just being around all the butterflies tell us little bit about what, you know, everybody can experience by being involved in at this weekend. Sure. So it's a little the name is a little bit deceiving. Selfishly the cat Catherine butterfly party when she was alive. But my favorite birthday party and so we call it Catherine butterfly party. It's really a free family festival and a pet adoption event, the first year that we did it. We had eight rescues. We thought you know what Catherine just loved that bus that, that in the parking lot at the grocery store, and I called the ASPCA and I talked to Matt and said, do you think you can send the bus to Newtown, and he corrected very quickly and said it the mobile unit..