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"ifi" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

05:49 min | 6 months ago

"ifi" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"These are so hot. Let me see on the gram. Nobody puts whether they have a fan in here. You like your Dell, I would look at the XPS 17 if you want really thin and light. The LG gram 17 very nice system. I don't see on the specs, whether either one has a fan I'm looking at the specs. They don't say. I'm going to guess it does. It's rare that you could find a laptop these days without a fan. It would be a much lower power processor. They all have fans. But you want a quiet one. And I think either of those is going to be fairly quiet. And you said, maybe going to ifi, would that be a big tradeoff and performance for video editing? Yeah. Not a huge, but yeah, look, the reason these fans ramp up is you're doing work. And the I 7 gets really, really hot. The I 5 wouldn't get as hot, but the reason is, it's slower. So if you can, I think the thing to do is go to a do they still have computer stores? Go to a computer store and try something and see if you get the fan.

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"ifi" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"We welcome to our show Sunday morning occasionally are normal time slot to 3 P.m. on a Saturday afternoon, But Duke and Carolina stole our show and kicked us over the sandy and that's okay. We'll let him do that every once in a while, so next week, I believe were also on Sunday morning. And we'll talk about that show coming up later, but we've had. We've had a boring week this week. Right President isn't two weeks before the next state Carolina game, we might know so anyway. Yeah, Let's talk about very fascinating how the stock market reacted. And I was still in boat earlier today how the Wall Street boys change their reasons. They always have a reason. After the fact they're they're horrible progressed. Prognosticators, just like the pollsters are saying, saying rule is gonna get fired for being wrong. I think you're like weatherman think they're history. But anyway, the excuse Monday and Tuesday of this week when the market really would have nice after last week's horrible market, Wass there's going to be a democratic sweep. So that man up in the Wall Street crowd that meant more stimulus. Oh, really, That means market will go up. So everybody has a code that everybody had a body in because of the bad market, Lashley Well, then you have the Senate staying Republican. You have the IFI by wind or whatever. And so by Thursday that the news was the market's going up because it will be gridlock in the next two years. So you can't use a different excuse. Every time the market goes up different reasons. I think it just shows the wishy Washington of Predictors of the future. Nobody is going to ever predict the future very well. God knows it, but that's about it. But he doesn't have an 800 way. Here We are in life goes on this like with Koven. Why stopped, But it's still went on. You know, it's just gonna keep going. It is like this book up, so no one else don't come to work the next day. You know, everything was going to keep going. I can't just stop, you know, and stay on the computer and yell the computer because it's not going your way. You just go to work and do life friends night of the election there were you know you're in a group text said. Hello. You're gonna watch this and I was like, I'll be honest with you watching last night's movie on I was like, I just turn myself off to all this stuff because I figured we're not gonna know anything for sure. While I let my emotions get caught up in this, you know A rat race almost of its left, and it's right. It's left dry Cleaning is here, and there's no clear direction on which way it's going to go and, you know, just wait it out. Well, grand you and I live long enough to see at least one other time. This happened. You know, I don't know. We got the term hanging. So I mean, here we are, but Florida right after that, didn't I? Yeah, that was the Gore Bush election and we had to wait several weeks. Now. If we keep lagging on waiting to declare a winner, the market could react because that's the only thing we can look back to. It didn't go down for several weeks when nobody could figure out who was gonna win in the Supreme Court finally said Bush won But we don't know if that's gonna happen either. We don't know if the market is going to go up down. Well, listen, listening to call Call road last night, he said. I just find it hard to believe in this world of Bill Gates, and he named all the technology things while we're here. He's got a good point. I mean, you know, we have had elections. For how long when the first Tuesday in November. How long has that been? You know, And then you tell a state, okay? We're going to give you a PM you know? And then one arm of the government changes that doesn't get permission from The right arm of the government. That's not right. I don't care which party is well, our state is a good example. Dumb headed. Sure. I think it was yesterday. Or maybe that today. That, you know, we're we're going away for a few more days and then make the final count. Why can't you count every day as you got part of it? I mean, I mean, really, who makes up this stuff on the fly man were one of those states that just left and we can't make a decision That's just below. Well, just curious how Cooper was announced to governor when they weren't counting, counting here's or something on not president. This is interesting. How do you count the governors that quick and you didn't count the president that online years too big a lead? I don't know. But anyway, it is. It's hard to get your head wrapped around all this stuff. Weigh do know, though, that the stock market has jumped. And wait at least temporarily. And we also know that the bond interest rate went down some just another just a couple of highlights. Banks had a bad a couple of band days in the middle of this week, so they're now they're saying if the Republicans control the Senate and by won the presidency That the stimulus package ain't going to go anywhere. We're back to square one. And so therefore the banks are not going to make much money. That's the theory. That's the prediction that the gas all the gas is still struggling. Messes terrible is bad. A couple of good good news items was Royal Dutch Shell announced they were going to increase their dividend a little bit after they cut it last summer. So that was an encouraging thing. And then Exxon, which has a fat dividend right now, their price They announced. They're not gonna cut shows Amazing. We'll see if that holds true. I think Exxon's razor dividend like 30 or 35 straight here, so if they can hang with that man, that's that's pretty astounding. But if you're a bottom fishing kind of person strategy, Wass You may want to check out the banks and the big old. Yeah, exactly. They're extremely beat up, and many of them are paying decent dividends. Now there's no guarantee of ideas. But you know what if you're a bottom, Fisher in your patient have a long time looking things. That may be an opportunity. If you are, you know someone's getting dividends you own. Some days. You have to remember because we've gone through this exercise of their own clients. You know, if you're getting the dividend, you have to add that I can Teo the value. Yeah. A lot of people forget that. They look at the price for sharing Go away down back. So big getting 4% dividend for five years. Does that matter? You know that cash went somewhere. But yeah, so it's an interesting world we live in. We still have covered. Some of the companies are close to getting the vaccine approved. It looks like that should hear someone predicted covered would certainly be going away in 2021. Maybe I don't know what that means. But But anyway, it's hard to place your bets in the stock market right now. With the with the far all over everything. We're all in the middle clear The world's not there. That's true. But anyway, the other thing is that gold started going up again. It's had a pretty good year, and that's that's because of strife and uncertainty and all that kind of stuff. But anyway, it is a man, but I think staying true to your core risk and Not panicking is probably still waiting, right if you're looking for income dividends, keep looking. You know for safety than there are other things, but it just depends on what your goals are. Yeah, That's right. I thought it was interesting. The two days after the election this week, I had one call to go to Cannes. Yeah. Any one call? Hey, said I bet you're really vision away. No, I'm really not considering what happened. Market's going up. That was not the thing to do. So today's topic by the way before we take our first break is identity theft. There's so much good information here. And that's a big deal. Speaking of that, whether it was their voting theft or was their identity theft will find out a way. Very good copy heads up next week. How appropriate is this topic? How to deal with government expectations. Maybe about next week. We'll know a lot more about it with that. We're gonna take a quick break and come back and I'm gonna bow out. Let wanted and both take the ball and run with identity theft. This is a great topic. State Ian, please. Exports. Our exports are we're talking prediction for MVP this year. Go ahead and call it a shack. My money's on.

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"ifi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"ifi" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"ifi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"ifi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You're more equitable and more accessible so that all Angelenos can move through our city without fear. We know that we still have a long way to go. But if we mean what we say, safe cities day you don't truly believe that in this work and make it a priority, we will leave behind a better safer. Fair city and planets shot our daughter's Shut up. You overbearing, preening little weasels prices. The beginning that the Biden people are dropping him like a rock. Oh, my God! And that's the problem here. He is completely fake. Now we have these complaints about Rick Jacobs. And, of course last summer, when the police officer filed the lawsuit, the claims were dismissed. Garcetti kept this guy on his position, and Garcetti embarrassed the police officer. By denying that it happened, denying that he laughed and having the city fight this. Ah lawsuit tooth and nail. One of our city's laughing today. Why he is the biggest, most pompous, self righteous phony. In all of Southern California politics. I mean, he is the king. Hello, I'm Mayor Eric Garcetti. He's a complete pandering fake. So Jacobs has taken a leave of absence. Two men came forward to the also goingto times. There'll be other people because this guy does this a lot. Don't you know what and he's still going to be on the phone with Garcetti every day anyway. And he's still gonna be making, Charlie pointed out. This leaves a city open to a major liability here because they're going to fight this and all these men come forward they're gonna lose is going to pay out. That's our tax money. Garcetti doesn't care. You know, he's he's blown $700,000 on a vagrant apartment has a care. IFI blows. 10 million on a lawsuit. That is money. It's our money. All right. We got board coming up. Bozo John and Ken Cafe and Deborah Marquez. President Trump.

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"ifi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"ifi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"ifi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"ifi" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Anybody who's gotta sleep Disorder about my my trick. Which is this television, unlike unlike what the experts say watching TV makes me sleepy and I fall asleep right away when I'm watching television. But I get that you're not supposed to have that screen on. So here's what I do. I just put the remote control in my hand. I keep the TV off and just having the remote in my hand puts me to sleep. So if you want to clearly entrance if you want to go with that, in your studies go ahead. Yeah, absolutely. And you know what? What makes people feel relaxed and calm enough to fall asleep is different for everyone. I like to tell a story that one time I suggested someone listen to me. They're going to turn out that he was a composer, and he said that was the worst thing he could think of to relax. Good point. Yeah. Yeah, everyone's a little different, and I think, actually, now we maybe have the luxury of experimenting with what works for us in terms of helping us wind down and get a good night's sleep. And some sleep expert once told me that you hear Well, you have to get seven hours Sleep on DH. This doctor told me Well, don't worry too much about that, because, really, that's an average and there are a lot of people any more sleep than that. And there are a lot of people to do just fine with with fewer hours. Is that what you think? Well, this is an important point. Most people need only seven hours to stay healthy. But, you know, not everyone is exactly the same height either, And you can't wish yourself to be taller, So the trick is to figure out how much sleep you need to feel good during the day and then get that consistently like it's scientifically. We know most people. It's longer than seven hours that their most definitely are exceptions. And, you know, I have a number of patients that I work with Who Maybe 6.5 hours and feel really good. And if they say about an extra half hour they're just gonna lie there awake And to your point, I have other people who need to be in bed 8.5 9 hours a night to feel good. So whether you're getting enough sleep is really based on how you feel during the day. Again. Most people need seven. But that's not 100%. I think another thing to keep in mind that teenagers and adults in their early years maybe 18 1920 year olds actually need more than that most of them need, you know, at least ate a lot of them need nine hours of sleep, So that's something to keep in mind again. If you have teenagers are college students studying from home these days, they need a lot of sleep. And when you say seven or eight, you don't mean six at night and two for a nap. That doesn't work does it depends. I mean, our culture doesn't have a siesta in the United States. But if you go toe South of Spain are part of the Middle East. People take a siesta every day. They sleep about the same amount, but they do get some of it in the afternoon. If you can protect that time in the afternoon to get a good nap in, that's perfectly OK, you do sleep a little bit less at night, and that's okay. But our society doesn't really function like that. Most of us Have work meeting in the middle of today on, so it's not. It's just not really built into how we how we function is, you know as a society in the United States, at least Dr Jennifer Martin Thank you, Dr Martin, and Good night. Thank you. Bye. Everybody's friend around Chicago. Bill Rancic. Bill. It's been awhile. Them. She said. Morning, Bob. How are you? I'm doing okay. And I want to get Teo what you're into right now. Regarding Ah, great innovation and cancer care before we get to that house, the family house, Julianna, what's new? You know, a lot of happened since we last spoke. Obviously. Yeah. And everyone's doing great. You know, Julianna just celebrated her 46 Thursday and Dukes about turn eight. Wow, you ready for the school year? It's going to be, uh, obviously a little bit different this year, but it's going to be going in the second grade. And about a week away from starting. It's starting complaint. It goes fast, doesn't it goes fast? It goes fast on DA. We're finally getting the restaurants you know, back on track, which is great. People are coming back out to the rpm. So Um, you know, we were happy to see that the numbers are picking up and people are coming out more than we're doing it in a responsible way and in a safe way, so I'll certainly thank everyone in Chicago who comes out to the RPM restaurants. You know what I say? Keep calm and carry out whenever possible. They got the dining or space that we've got a lot of outdoor Seating. So we were really just being thoughtful about it, and that's what matters won't stop us. Stop the spread of they say Yes. Tell us about this big idea in cancer innovation that you're involved with now. You know, it's great. This is my third year being a part of it. Andi apartment up with the folks that Estella psychology, which have headquarters right in Northbrook, Illinois. So their local off base, uh all over, but they have ah, presence of the Northbrook, Illinois. But a program called the Sea Tree Prize, which changed stands for changing cancer care. And this year I'm awarding up to $200,000 in grants for basically for people who have ideas on on how they can help the cancer journey beyond medicine. So you know we've been doing this for many years now and really, it's just to ease the burden of those going through it, or the caregivers that are also long on that journey. As you know, my wife, Giuliana is a cancer survivor. She had breast cancer many years ago. You know when, uh when she finished her treatments and going through the old promise, IFI decided it was much as we could to help people going through it and following in the footsteps that she was in so When the folks say the stubble Scientology approach Mito tryto, you know, work with him on this. It took me all about 30. Seconds to say, I want to be a part of everybody knows somebody whose life has been touched by cancer. And oftentimes we've forget about the caregiver, though, don't we? Yeah, The caregiver you know, in many cases plays an important role. In some cases. People don't have caregivers. And then you know, last year's winner, the C three prize, for example, she was ah, cancer patient, she realized that.

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"ifi" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on KCRW

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"ifi" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"All right. Ready for another one. Let's do another one. Oh Okay Save Time All right go ahead sound of me shuffling through doesn't really carry over so. This okay. So this English. Actress Singer and author. ooh Fancy. It we gotta get the Ven Diagram right on this one. Yeah. Born the first of October nineteen, thirty, five at Walton. Surrey England Sh-. She is. She a triple threat singer actress. Dancer because she has done Broadway musicals Some fairly notable ones. She's also done musicals on the silver screen as well. And now you're talking about in the present tense. So so she is still doing was yes. Okay. Yes. So like nineteen, thirty, seven, thirty, five, or thirty, five, okay yeah. she's Academy Award winner. Okay. hold on I. GotTa Look This Up. I have a guess but I'm going to check I, have a guest tuna might be the same guy. No is not it's not who I thought. It was she is a dame. Is it Dame Duly Angela? Yes it is. Okay. Well, Jeez, what can we say about Julie? Now. Academy award a BAFTA five Golden Globes. Three grammys to emmys. The, Ifi Lifetime Achievement Award the Screen Actors Guild Lifetime. Achievement award the Kennedy. Center's owners Ward and the Disney Legends Award. As as as David tennant said when he was being presented with when he won a BAFTA I believe it is presented by Julie Andrews I don't care what else happened in my life I just met Julianne. and. I love that quote. Gosh yeah, holy cow I mean Mary poppins. That's what most people. Well, that's Wonder Academy Award that that's where I first newer. That was her screen debut she had done. Oh well. Up into that point she was doing. My fishy. She did my fair lady an camelot playing it queen. Gwen they've year I believe is where Walt Disney approached her about playing Mary poppins. As. Well, she was doing that role and at the time she was you know like, Oh, well, Mister Disney I'm quite honored I'm pregnant and he was like no problem we'll wait. So which is why there's you know she did camelot nine, hundred, sixty and Mary poppins came out and sixty four because she had a baby. mean. But though like because I believe of her performance both in my fair lady and camelot that Disney saw her on Broadway in New York, and was like that's our Mary poppins. That's who I want. Stand up. Gentlemen. We've got a blue. Looking. Good. Butler. Rother. Town I think of Pike Me Pantry. Has Wants to open that car saw Lyndon pre me doctor recommends a quiet Selmer by.

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"ifi" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"ifi" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"I mean, this is absurd and again, this would be the same time. Adorable school year starts yet they're saying, if you want your kids to be able to be back to the classroom and get that assistance and make it feel like life is a little bit more back to normal and get your life back on schedule. You gotta pay us up to 160 bucks a week. Gilbert per student, So we got a couple of students in K through eighth. That's a lot of buddy. We got Harry Hutch Dog, Jordan afraid I'd meet Harry the economics of this we There's reports out. You know these teachers unions, so Gilbert, they're trying to be creative. I think they just went way over the line. That's why we're taking action first, with not even giving parents adoption to go for free to drop their kids off for free during the normal school hours. That, of course, they'd be willing to pay if they needed the extended hours or whatever that would usually have cost last year. But now we have reports of teachers unions in places across the country say Not only do we not want to go back to school because we don't think it's a safe. We don't want to be doing virtual teacher because we all want to spend too much time in front of a computer screen. Harry absolutely so one of the key issues, which is highlighted by Arizona's absurd program, essentially charging students for education, but then claiming that educational work constitutes child care. In addition to that, we should note that as the nation heads back toward its back to school season, public teachers, unions and many teachers are wary of returning. Despite the fact that public school Children in other parts of the world have generally returned to the school safely, And that may, in fact, be OK if indeed, public schools are willing to provide alternative sources of education to school kits. But here is where it gets really absurd public school teachers, particularly those who are in the American Federation of Teachers unions, they not only opposed returning to class but equally clear they are wary of engaged in online instruction as well. So in essence, we have public school teachers who wish to get paid while the prizing students Of an education and keep in mind. Students have a constitutional right in most states to a free public education. So this whole approach by public school teachers and teachers unions makes no rational sense. And the Arizona program and a similar program in California highlight the absurdity of what we are doing to school age kids and to their parents. In the letter that the school district Harry will be receiving the superintendent will be receiving today from the A. C L J. You could do it, but I'II bail, of course, FedEx as well, You know, we say that on behalf of our clients, the field J urges the Gilbert public schools to provide GPS childcare classroom school facilities. Access to the Children from August 5th, 2022 whatever Odd campus learning resumes. Free of charge. If GPS insists that IFI will never lets be charged. The whole J urges that GPS reduced the fee reflect only the classroom access before and after adorable school hours because that would be traditionally how they had operated. Any of it. GPS declined to provide classroom access. Odd school premises free of charge. Please provided explanation as to your statutory basis, relied upon by the Gilberts the public schools to charge a fee for classroom axis odd school premises during normal school hours at a justification free decision declining to wave Buffy and because of the urgent nature of this matter, we've asked that they were spotted by Bud Day, August 3rd Monday. That's this Bud Day. And, of course, would you set these letters out its side by B, but we've also got are there in Arizona attorney letting that school district though this is not just a letter of recommendation, Harry, this is a letter saying, We want to hear your explanation will to see what your arguments are because we may very well have to we don't We hope they make the right decision, Harry. This could be solved easily. But we reserve that right always to take them to court. Absolutely. And so your letter is spot on. And so the quintessential question is, what is the school districts explanation for charging parents.

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"ifi" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"ifi" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Would smell it. So we're going to talk the weather service a little bit later about that first, though, the latest on those mortgage rates and historic lows with Sully Hey, how you doing? Ah, couple of things happening. With the market before I get to the mortgage because, man we're having a great down Wall Street today, Dow Jones is up a full percentage point up to 41 26 3 16 s and P up a full percentage point at 32 19 and the NASDAQ is closing down. On on 11,000 very quickly. 7 10,048 is where that's at. So that's looking pretty. We talked last week about a mortgage rates, but it's worth another. Look with some fresh numbers out this morning. Do you know that mortgage rates are now below 3%? Have you guys seen this bolos? Amazing what below 3%. Um, there is one lone product that is, we were just 3.3 the other day and over the weekend. There's one product that came out of 2.999 I think it's It's obviously a teaser rate, which will you know which will probably last the end of today. But the long story short is the rate on 30 year fixed mortgage is the most popular home loan dropped a 3.3%. Last week corn to Freddie Mac, That's down from 3.7%. This has been track since 1971. What that turns out to be moneywise is is I'm not going to say significant, but it is money in your pocket if you got a 200,000 mortgage And you're a 3.75% and you refinance down to 3.3%. You're going to save yourself almost 100 bucks a month. That's 200 bucks a year. That's that's that is, you know that's dinner out every month for a year. That's probably I don't think it's an STD bill, but it could be a could be a cellphone bill. But long story short. That's some encouraging news. About mortgages. Now, How long is that gonna last? And what is the Fed's going to do? Well, that's the reason, Organs wrote. Certain mortgage rates are low, even though mortgages don't track the short term interest rate, which is what the Fed does when they cut rates it it all sort of works out in the laundry at the very end of the day, So that's what we're seeing here, and that's um actually, I gave you some good news because the next story's not such good news. Because it could be goodbye. Here is actually this is this is maybe IFI news isn't really goodbye to the $600 extra money and covert unemployment benefits. I'm gonna break it down. It may not be good bye about that's not necessarily horrible story. All right, be so 7 27 20 it might It might not right. It's like a weather caster in San Diego. It might rain today. Really? That's exactly right. So we thank you very much. I'm now for extra 13 60 Fox Sports San Diego Johnson Richards. We'll begin this morning in MBA news. Laker guard Rajon Rondo suffered a broken right thumb and practice last night in Orlando and is expected to return to full basketball activities and 6 to 8 weeks He will undergo surgery to repair the fracture. This week, Lakers forward Anthony Davis said He will keep his last name on his jersey when the season restarts LeBron James airfield over the weekend that he would do the same in part because 29 approved messages decided upon jointly by the N B A and Players association, where something that didn't really seriously resonate with his mission, the N B a expected to begin again on July 30th. One note from baseball, the Brave said in an email season ticket holders yesterday. They will not be changing their nickname, but we'll take a further look at the future of the Tomahawk chop. I'm Judge Richards with actual 13 60 Fox Sports San Diego. So a related story, the Washington NFL franchise did formally announced that it is dropping the Redskins name. And the Indian head logo. Bowing to recent pressure from sponsors and decades of criticism that their offensive to Native Americans, the new name still must be selected for one of the most oldest and for the oldest, rather and most storied team in the National Football League. It was unclear how soon that's going to happen. But for now One of the most polarizing names for a sports team. An American professional sports is gone Well today I did not know. We're honoring one of my favorite foods. Never It's not Taco Bell, Dino. This is national French Friday. Oh, and that honor means you can get free or at least really cheap fries. Jill. NATO is ready to pass you the ketchup it maybe.

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"ifi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"ifi" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Indiana Sports Talk network Indiana with the substitute teacher tonight. My name is Kevin Lee. Thanks for war, joining us on great radio stations around the state of it. Wrecked computer working downtown indeed. Excellent work scoreboard updates tonight's um, for those that are familiar with me. I worked at our flagship ST W. B, C or 75 The fan for many, many broadcast for a long time and moved in the motor sports old 20 years or so ago, first with M s radio and for the last 10 years on television with verses, then it became Nbcsn. And now with NBC sports, and and I'll just be honest. Since we're friends. We're family here. I'm getting a lot of tweets. Wait a minute. What are you doing? Doing a radio show? Why aren't you on the IndyCar broadcast today? Well, The answer is pandemic. Everything has changed, and we have less announcers on the cruise. So instead of three pit reporters were down to two and actually, this is one of them where I wasn't even scheduled to be in the pits. I was going to be the Elite host in the booth for quite a few races this summer because our our lead anchor lied. IFI, who, by the way is great, is one of the lead announcers for NBC's Olympic coverage and he would have been on Olympic pre Lim duty. This weekend, And obviously when the Olympics went away, Lee's gonna work as he should be, because he's one of our premier voices at NBC. And and then we signed James Hinchcliffe, who was out of a ride. And if you ever listen to my weekly show on one of 75 the fan trackside. Tuesday nights. We cover motor sports ajoke for a while, and I wasn't really joking that most of us in broadcasting Especially analyst but also pit reporters one of James Hinchcliffe to drive as long as possible, because the day stop driving. He was taking one of our jobs and he took my job for the weekend and I helped train him. That's well for the season. So it's a temporary deal and it will be better as we move forward and actually for him. He wants to still drive and I think you will. I think things will be better. Next year, and I also think you'll find that being on pit road is harder work than sitting in the booth, and he'll eventually say I'd rather sit in the booth. But he's going to be with us on NBC when he's not driving not only in some IndyCar races. He did some NASCAR last weekend, but also working with me on some of the broadcast. So that's kind of what I'm doing. I hosted the race from Daytona. Last Saturday night, Ah, on Nbcsn, And then I'll host the race from sea bring next Saturday night. So that's why I won't be in the Iowa race next weekend, and it's actually a cozier assignment because the booth is air conditioned. Rather than hot pit road, And I believe I'll be back with IndyCar for mid Ohio in early August, and then all the 500 activities that's all fingers crossed that things go. According to plan at this point, So that's the story on that NASCAR and by the way, Well, here's what else is coming up tomorrow? Tomorrow is if you were a race fan It's still going pretty good right now. As far as having somethingto watch again. I feel for people that I understand. Not everyone's in a motor sport, so you don't have baseball right now. And I can't wait till it's back in the N B, A and hopefully, training camps in the NFL open and hockey and we've got.

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"ifi" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

The Freedive Cafe Podcast

10:43 min | 2 years ago

"ifi" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

"And at that point where win well on pretty sure shocks live here and stuff and at that point. I had the healthy healthy level of FIA objects shocks and he just he just got his gear on jumped in and he said Oh. You'll give the corner okay. I'll put this gear on the first thing that struck me was why my wearing this heavy belt and I'm dense human to begin with in in a lot of ways but I think for example when I do my knifings dogs. I don't take any white adult really need to. But so the first thing I noticed was that I was sinking and always holding this gun that I didn't know how to load and so my first experience with jumping off a boat was was actually panic and fear and so I ended up just didn't even had a loaded gun so through the gun back in the bite I took the white belt off and on basically just became a snorkel and I found some my thinking was like he was probably about a hundred meters away by this point says I get to him because I'll be alright if I'm with him by the end of the session I'd maybe go to ten or fifteen meters. Ought Not David than I thought I would. But I was watching him. Get to twenty twenty-five Mehta's leveling out chasing fish through caves and things and I just thought that's a bit of me but more than that at the time I was married and had kids in Idaho mortgage. I had a business that at the time it was part of not doing too well and the pressures of life which didn't know the time and the pressures of loss will actually sending me into depression but for that two years that. I saw that too. Alice that always out there in know just following him around. I was just back to Adam. You know what I mean. It just felt right again and and I said to him when we go back on the body had done. That was accomplished my finger on it but I feel good again so this first foray into the world of free diving for just joining a mate on a trip but the potential to be looking for some fish. When did you eventually or did you eventually sort of like do a formal free diving courson? And who did you do that with? Yeah so I'm super on super happy that I ignored all of the advice that I got so from the so that first experience I got back on the and I said to this friend of mine who still credit with starting me on the journey. But this is something in this. I loved that I think I should do a free of course and and all the Speros that I'd started to talk to you all you need to do that just like Cape doing spe fishing. You're just get better and I kinda went. I feel like there's more to this. One of them said look. I have a might kids He lives. I've renominated. Bali runs applies cold fusion. You should go in and do a day. He'll look after you so my first two courses wherein Ed And Yeah I mean I I just loved it and I had this instructor. That was very liberal with me. Let me let me push my boundaries. So I did my level WANNA level to and within those fistful as I'd hit thirty five made his and adjust was like I need more of this and so I came back to Australia and unfortunately Australia at the time it was. It was Kinda hard to find anyone who could take me to the next level because in some respects just because of the depth. We just count on deck. Let's show here said Yeah my progression was stunted a little bit and I got back into just everyday life and kids and work and all the rest of it but Yeah then start a competing pool here and it and it went from really glad started with poop that then went onto obviously now instructor trainer and then Compete a bit at depth now Yeah my progression was fairly quick but also I had a little period. Where did you watch son? And you had? You have had some nice experiences in terms of depth diving even competition you attended vertical blue a couple of years ago. I think right or was it was yeah and diving to what seventy plus meters there and Sort of the Mecca of of a free diving competitions So in terms of between when you start where you are now how would you say that was the highlight of your journey so far or what experiences would constitute for you the highlights. Hey guys please allow me to interrupt this episode for just a second to tell you about on donations from patrons makes this podcast possible to way to say. Thanks for the sometimes. Pretty huge amount of work that goes into making these episodes. I know a lot of as are having to tighten the belt these days and many patrons have understandably dropped out. I understand that. But if you're still doing okay and could afford shoot a few dollars for coffey month it would be massively. Appreciated that helps to keep the lights on here. Pays for the website pays for each episode. That has to be uploaded to and things like that. So thank you so much to you guys love to you. All are currently supporting back to Adam. I think Rotan world championships the year before that would be a highlight because I might progression in freight audit would just huge jumps. That would just like it was thirty. Five Mehta's first time the next time it was two fifty and so I'll rent a win to Rotan In two thousand seventeen fifty Mehta Daiva and in some respects a little bit like embarrassed. Because I thought I'm going to this competition and whilst always was selected by you know the the IFI drying Like man these guys are doing hundred. The top guys a hundred and twenty hundred thirty or whatever but I just went. They're going you know what who cares. Let's just say where I end up so really every day? At at one point became a pay bay in fact we agree with it. Became who did pay gotta pay cookie and so every day. Everyone was grateful because we got to have a cookie. Look at so. But by the end of it I got to seventy two Mehta's and that was the end of my equalization but always super happy like Oh my God. If you told me a month ago I would have been in seventy odd made. Its algae. You got rocks in your head so I was super happy with that. It was a super high lot and in fact vertical blue in some respects for me was was a hard competition because from twenty seven hundred twenty eighteen. I lived in breathe free diving on night. Framing my career. It was my business. It was my life. I was just instructing and doing retreats and doing public speaking everything was starting in my life and so because I'd had these big jumps I all of a sudden a little bit medical blue would be my time to have another big jump and Walstein. I never put numbers on where I want to get to. All my visualized was simply saying my Myself Freefall Seventy two and grab a tag from the bottom turns out. It was to made us so I got to seventy four and so it was hard in some respects and I was a little bit disappointed because I try so hard. I put so much into it with you when you leave in Australia. It's the thing you done have. Is that onto? Unquantifiable thing is is like I don't have the depth to play around with I can't really practice deep equalization but what I'm going to do is on a and model in the pool and then get to these competitions as soon as I can beforehand and just try and get that up time but I learned more from vertical blood and you would hear this a lot on this podcast yet. You definitely learn more from those times where you don't quite have the success that you thought you were going to have. No that was a highlight at the world championships. Rotan which was a highlight competitively. I guess or in terms of your personal Abilities and free diving and obviously there's still a lot more to come. I hope and vertical blue was a highlight in another sense. It was a lessons there. You learn from which is always good and I did at some point down the line there. You did mention about how your life was becoming. What direction was going in around about the time that I started doing free diving and you mentioned depression. I apologize for derailing you there before we before we got into that. But you do so you teach people through your your retreats and through other means how to overcome fear anxiety and pressure. I guess pressure can be many different kinds of pressure. And you do that through free diving and breath working in these kinds of means and I believe this damage from your own personal history with mental health issues as much as you feel comfortable with that. Could you perhaps tell us a little bit about not history and how it shaped the ideas and the teaching methods that you have today yes so? It was a time in my life where obviously sales being affected by depression. But I didn't had no answers for it and I didn't know what was actually going on with me on you. Oh is down but I was in a space. Where just was? I just had no idea what was happening to me mentally but what I knew was that I didn't want to get out of bed. I was not productive. I was not a very good father has been always just basically it's debilitating said press just completely debilitating.

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"ifi" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

10:33 min | 3 years ago

"ifi" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Is amazing. I went to the Illinois family institute screening of the movie unplanned, which is still doing well, I've been trying to schedule something with people from that film. And they keep wanting to do it during the week. And I'm like, I'm only on Saturdays. And so I would love to have someone on from that movie. But until then I'll keep telling everybody why they should go see. But at that screening, I had the pleasure of meeting Scott Phillips of X, nece and marriage education partnership, walk them to the Stephanie trestle show. Hey, stephanie. Thanks so much. It's a pleasure to be with you. I'm I'm so amazed. I was kind of dumbfounded. I didn't realize that absences education is actually being taught or being allowed to be taught in public schools because whenever I think I hear from my friends on the left about we need to educate children about sex and sexuality and birth control. In our was envisioned. This is my vision, Scott, not yours some liberal with a tube of lube and a banana and a condom trying to show kids and just really scares me. And I'm thinking, that's what we can do at home. But to have a program that's being welcomed into public schools. Talking about absence this I'm like, oh my goodness. Yeah. Thank you. So what you just described as what we are working very diligently to supplant and replace with good quality messaging for our kids. It's really unacceptable. The kinds of things that you just described which are real and do happen in our schools. Most parents would be shocked to find out what their students are learning at school. And so what we wanna do is provide an alternative to that. Most people will be surprised to learn that Planned Parenthood is the largest not only the largest provider of abortions in America. But they are also the largest provider of sex education in American public schools, let that sink in for a minute and believable so Planned Parenthood which gets what about half a billion dollars from you and me as payers, and then they put about fifty million of that what we can do is fifty million dollars fifty million of that and put it into sex education throughout the United States school system. And so this is what we are working very diligently to combat into provides. Schools as an alternative or what we say the schools is you don't have to do that. Here's a much better way to talk to your young people. And so we want to replace sex education with absence education absence education is very simply teaching kids, not the Texas bad, but that reserving sexual activity and childbearing for marriage relationship is the safest healthiest best message that you can possibly receive. And we believe that it's incumbent upon educators to give the safest healthiest optimal message to our kids. And that's what we're all about absence and marriage education partnership. How does organization start how how does it and I'm just shocked that I hadn't heard of it prior to meeting you at the event. Well, thank you. Yes. Well, to be honest, we were not super public. That's not are saying our thing is working is sort of behind the scenes with schools to educate and equip them we've reached about two million. In kids throughout all fifty states over the past about twenty years now, and we're just very sort of heads down focused on the mission. You know? Yeah. I'm not out on the Twitter. A lot of stuff. We're really looking to draw a lot of attention to ourselves quite honestly, I don't play me really want to stay focused on encouraging supporting helping and equipping teachers to teach the material wealth, for example, last year, we were in a partnership of the Illinois state board of education in which we provided services to two hundred schools around the state of Illinois. And so those are schools than all over the state that are teaching our programs when they get the health and they're going to talk about sex. They're gonna use our workbooks you've got five different workbooks that we provide for middle school and high school teachers to walk their kids through what are the benefits of not being sexually active and waiting until marriage. We just think that's such a critical mass. Look, it's not just a moral issue. It's maybe even more. So an economic issue if we can't help young people, particularly in the inner city, so for example, next year or later this year will do. A a seminar on restoring the family and urban America. We think that's critical. If you wanna bring economic empowerment and stability and strength to the inner city, you've got to help these young people have some understanding of marriage and family and how to build a healthy marriage. So that's what we do, and we work with churches or schools. Welcome government. And that's our primary mission. Scott Phillips of the absence and Meriden education partnership. You're trying to tell me that your education your programs are actually welcomed in in public schools in the state of Illinois. As I just mentioned two hundred last year. I, but I'm thinking I'm thinking, maybe I misheard them two hundred private schools or schools that are faith based it just blows me away. This is so exciting that it's even allowed, and I don't blame you for not trying to draw attention to yourself because I don't know you get a lot of attention than suddenly, you get a bunch of people protesting saying that if they're teaching abstinence we have the right to teach the other side, and what's getting me. So for well, it seems like everybody was on board with talking about safe sex safer sex because if you having sex is generally is not safe is safer. Maybe if you take certain precautions, but I'm noticing on TV now, and with this whole, do whatever makes you feel and and you're watching a sitcom something people meet, and they're just, you know, just engaging in sex without saying, let's stop and and use a condom. And is it seems like the culture has gotten away with would promoting well, if you're going to do what you're going to do at least be safe and talk about HIV numbers, and and the misnomer that using a condom and how these other issue. Issues that they think is safe sex. Really isn't. Yes. That's exactly right. There's so many different issues here that that we want to bring up and so first of all let's back up and understand what you just said about the media, and the portrayal that our kids are seeing our kids are growing up in the media world. And I asked students when I talked to students or parents or teachers when I talk to them where today to kid get the understanding the messaging, the imagery that sexual activity is something to be reserved for marriage relationship where where are they going to see that? Are they going to see that on Netflix? So they're going to see on Amazon or you're going to see on HBO or they're gonna see it on ABC CBS NBC. They're not going to see it anywhere. Right. And so what we've got to do then is be diligent as parents to teach that to our kids and help them understand why saving sex for marriage is good healthy behavior. So we want to do that. Now, the HIV numbers, you're referencing. I had an op Ed in the Chicago. So. Sometimes a couple of weeks ago. It's on our website AM partnership dot org. AM partnership dot org is our website. I head up up in sometimes a couple of weeks ago when the CDC was meeting of Atlanta about HIV, and I was sort of challenging the notion that the centers for disease control is going to spend, you know, tons of dollars taxpayer money to meet for a week in Atlanta to talk about HIV without ever addressing primary problem or solution, which is saving sex for marriage, and you won't find any referencing or I should say that since extremely difficult to find any reference to saving sex marriage in CDC language, and yet that's really the challenge and the kids who need it most the most the most likely to become infected with HIV among the us are black male youth and the kids who are least likely to ever get a message on reserving sex for marriage were shut out of a lot of schools where. We would want to help these kids, and when we've had opportunity to help these kids they love it. They eat it up there hungry for it. But no one will teach it to them. And so one of the things I said in the article is I said. Seventy today's black youth who are greatest risk for HIV infection. The least likely to receive a through a true prevention message skepticism that students will choose wisely as no excuse for withholding. This message from them in all students should have the opportunity opportunity to make healthy decisions for themselves without having their choices pruned by those who think they know better. And that's exactly what's happening. Stephanie, you know, what people say to me? Well, you know, they're not going to choose to wait therefore, you'll give them right inferior message, which actually puts them in harm's way increases their risk rather than helping them. You know, HIV is horrible. And as I keep I've been saying that for the longest I've been listening to experts talking about how the numbers are going down in. Every demographic is set what you just said black team males. And that group is the group that seventy percent seventy plus percent are delivering outwit babies which Lynn's right into economics and everything else. So why would you want to keep them from getting this information? That could help them. And it just blows me away that this is just as this par for the course. And and you know, what Scott whenever they display on on TV. Some of these images people that have good Christian values, or let's say traditional values, they always splayed them as quirky kooks, and that really couldn't live up to that promise to not have sex until marriage, and and they were ill prepared. And that's why this happened. They never displayed in the light that is meant for. I think as believers we know is such an amazing gift that God gave us and just to do it in the confines of marriage when you're mature in your ready to handle what comes along with. How is that something negative to present to a group? So a give out your website again. I'm so glad that we bumped into each other ahead a chance to chat, you meet the best people in my family institute events, as I've been saying the opening of the show, so tell everybody had to go to your website and follow what's been happening on this issue. Well, thank you. Yes. And I heard your saying was David Smith. Good friend of mine. Worked at two IFI. Our website is A M partnership dot org. Org. AM partnership dot org and people want to contact us. What we do is we help in a quip year to teach your kids or get our program into your schools. That's what we wanna do. We're doing that all over America were trying to re institutionalize absence until marriage is the primary message that schools across the nation will teach to our kids, and we're not gonna stop until we get that job done. Scott Phelps of abstinence and marriage education partnership. I work hard trying to get different guests on that. You.

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