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Mark Burnett, ITT And Arizona discussed on The Conservative Circus
"News, hundreds of former ITT tech students in Arizona will get millions of dollars in debt relief Irizawa attorney general Mark Burnett announced nearly four million dollars. We'll go to four hundred twelve former students of the now defunct school. It's part of a multi state settlement with students. See you connect see USO. That's a company, which provided student loans for the failed for profit college bird bitch said the settlement will provide relief to the students
"irizawa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Montana, or Irizawa, or frankly, around forty five of the fifty states, fifty seven states, according to Obama, but you never see a candidate anywhere. There wasn't any large urban population, and what that would do, then is it would twist us toward a government that exceeds, only to the interests of large urban populations rather rationally and that's not who we are. Large urban populations are all democrat control. There you go, Mike. Thanks for your call. You put in nail hammer nail head right? My telephone number your four one zero WCBS, eighty two rich and good morning. Rich. Earlier you were talking about the, the, the elimination of occasional training in high school. And, you know, like you, you know, went to school in the mid west of a welding class ahead of woodshop class, that'll shop class auto mechanics class all before out of high school. You know, I want to university. Studied theater, but I didn't get a degree because I didn't really see the value under green theater, but I was doing masters level study when I left that because saw curriculum, and then working at theater, you know, at the old globe in San Diego. But the point is, is that no sixty years old. I'm purposes retired, but I'm not happy doing nothing. I like be productive. And. You know, trying to find something to do at people's lives, and I have nothing against the income stated for that. But you look at all these various job postings on on job boards like indeed places to make any money talk to you. Unless you have a college degree I've owned companies. I've hired in fire Then things. all these things but really wants to hire year their demographics. But it's also what I'm saying is this is what I call. You know, you've heard the military industrial complex. I call it the validation education complex because you can't you. They won't even talk to a person unless you have either a college degree, or you have various credentials all types of certifications, and licensors and everything else. So it's. Why I think companies should do that. Miss the opportunity to talk with somebody who could be a leader in their company tune refused. Somebody even the conversation and of course now it's no my computer. They look for key words in your resume online, and you never talk to a human being. I think they missed something there. The term human resources pork belly in, you got to sing. But point is is that. That is that is up our society to you have to pay your tuition. You know, your, your entrance fee to the workforce be in the workforce, and it, it's also a way thinking. Another state where the public employee unions. A major portion of which is a teacher. She control the entire political machine of the state because the, the amount of revenue that raised through the, the public employee unions for democrat can't paint can can't be matched by anything on the other side of, of yet. So it comes a. A control mechanism where you, you, you get to a point where it because I mean, there were there's an effort issue job anymore in anything. Thirty five years of experience with all the credentials and all of the, all the forms of, you know, paid for validation that the be able to get a you know, an entry level job. Well, this is that's the bind that one is in the bind is that you can't get a job unless you have a job. This is why people say that when you're looking for work, a look for work while you're still working because it's just easier because the form of validating that you have worth because somebody else thinks you have worth. I do think the company's making a mistake in not pursuing a candidates who don't fit the traditional mold. Thinking you take a look at some of the people who have been the most successful in the past century in this country going back to the industrialists and going back to the late eighteen hundreds, you're gonna find people who did not fit the mold, and because they didn't fit the mold will do great things. So I think the companies missed by doing that, but I do empathize with your situation, which thanks for your call, and your insight. Very much persona show. Talkradio six eighty WCBS. Hey, question for you. Do you take a cholesterol, reducing drug,.
"irizawa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"It's national police week in an exclusive one on one interview. With the mayor of Phoenix KTAR is Ali vetnar went in depth on the shortage within the state's largest police department in what she's doing to address it right now in budget season. And we have a city budget that when could hiring three hundred new police officers year to date, the Phoenix police department currently has three hundred fifteen fewer officers than ten years ago may your cake geigo hopes to fix that. She's working with the police chief in the city council to improve public safety in one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Anything we can do to be better partner for officers and be a force more proprietor, whether it's investing in technology or just getting more officers trained in on the streets is really important geigo says they're working to better equip them to solve crimes just signed some paperwork for us to get technology to allow us to locate shots that were fired plus today, the city council's voting on new DNA testing technology, which we actually learned about. Out through the hacienda healthcare situation where we needed to test DNA for more than one hundred employees to find out who was the father of a baby of a rape victim. A recent study ranked Irizawa one of the worst states to be a police officer mayor geigo is committed to change that city Phoenix has launched a task force to look at officer retention. So how do we make sure that police officers who have experience in training want to stay on the job, and that will be really important as well. We want our experienced officers to continue to be interested in serving. She says almost every month going forward for the rest of the year..
"irizawa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Seventy four degrees in Mesa. I'm Jamie west it's national police week and an exclusive one on one interview with the mayor of Phoenix KTAR's Aglietta went in depth on the shortage at EVA's largest police department and what she's doing to address it right now in budget season. And we have a city budget that will include hiring three hundred new police officers year to date, the Phoenix police department currently has three hundred fifteen fewer officers than ten years ago may your Kate geigo hopes to fix that. She's working with the police chief in the city council to improve public safety in one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Anything we can do to be better partner for officers and be a force more acquire whether it's investing in technology or just getting more officers trained in out on the streets is really important guy. Ego says they're working to better equip them to solve crimes just signed some paperwork for us to get technology to allow us to. To locate shots that were fired plus today, the city is voting on new DNA testing technology, which we actually learned about through the hacienda healthcare situation where we needed to test DNA for more than one hundred employees to find out who was the father of a baby of a rape victim. A recent study ranked Irizawa one of the worst states to be a police officer mayor geigo is committed to change that city Phoenix has launched a task force to look at officer retention. So how do we make sure that police officers who have experienced and training want to stay on the job, and that will be really important as well. We want our experienced officers to continue to be interested in serving. She says almost every month going forward for the rest of the year being police will be hiring an hosting back toback academies producing more Phoenix police officers in hopes of ending the shortage, Ali vetnar, KTAR news. Learn more about Phoenix's budget and its plan to address the police shortage a KTAR dot com coming up at seven thirty as we continue to dig into zone is immigration crisis. Here a democrat for mayor. Arizona's siding with President Trump on what should happen to migrants seeking asylum. KTAR Jim cross we'll have the story. Here's any Sullivan for the valley Chevy dealers traffic.
"irizawa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Week. Martha our KTAR news humas mayor Doug Nicholls met with President Trump and the acting DHS secretary yesterday on the crisis of the border Nichols urged congress to act he says his community is being overwhelmed. New details this morning on the security situation at Lewes prison in Buckeye and governor Doug ducey's call for an investigation situations extreme so I finally came to. Ahead. That's Martin been with the Amazon correctional peace officers association. The organization that released videos of the prison cell locks being broken and enabling inmates to attack guards. And each other yesterday. Governor Ducey appointed to retired supreme court justices to head the investigation into the prison governor quickly ordering identification and to get to the bottom of this was the absolute right thing to do. The investigation will look further into the broken locks the actions taken by the Irizawa department of corrections to address the issue and eventually make recommendations on how to fix them Taylor. Kiner up. KTAR news one thousand padlocks were installed on cell doors at Lewes prison, but Carlos Garcia with Arizona correctional peace officers association where his inmates will die. If there's a fire from our point of view that is a horrible day for us when inmates die, but on top of that stuff will die. He says that's because guards would try to save inmates. And there aren't enough of them to quickly open the padlocks. He says his group estimates. Twelve hundred guards are needed statewide to fill shortages at correction facilities. New developments this morning in the hacienda healthcare scandal. The Phoenix long term care facility were an incapacitated woman was raped and gave birth now has a state license to operate. The facility is now under state oversight is part of an effort to overhaul its operations policies and procedures a nurse has pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting the woman who gave birth in December KTAR is on the economy nationwide. Farmers are feeling pension their personal income Arezzo farmers included. Probably the most impact has been in our dairy farmers. Stephanie small house with the farm bureau says it's not just dairy farmers who are being impacted or even seeing an impact to our specialty crop growers that are growing pecans and different nuts. Like that. She says there are several factors to blame largely has to do with trade. Issues labor shortages and similar behavior. The cost of farming has also increased over the last several years while the prices farmers charged for their products have gone down. Farmers ranchers get less than fifteen cents out of every dollar that the consumer spends and set an all time. Lows of say started tracking that nineteen Ninety-three result, the Tino KTAR news tourism is booming in the Grand Canyon state Scott done with the office of tourism says nearly eighty seven thousand jobs in Arizona our tourism based and that's paying off visitors. Spend sixty two million dollars a day in their zone. That's about forty three thousand dollars per minute. And that's benefiting you because the revenue they bring in reduces the average Arizona homes taxes by about thirteen hundred dollars hiring interns for the summer. We'll make sure you do it the right way figure this out. I is this going to be an unpaid intern. Or is this going to be a paid intern? The Nissan Vitor labor and employment attorney with cozinne O'Connor on what can happen to. Employers who aren't up front about unpaid internship can be exposed to essential I- -bility, including damages like back, pay overtime attorney's fees. Liquidated damages department of labor has a fact sheet, which explains in detail how unpaid internships should be properly structured. Daria Albinger, ABC news. KTAR news time five oh, seven, Jamie. Here's Dani Sullivan in the valley Chevy dealers traffic.
"irizawa" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"irizawa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"ASU, the no promo homo law has been repealed in the lawsuit against it may be gone next. Now that the law has been wiped off the books. There's no need to continue negation. That's Julia will linski with the National Center for lesbian rights. Her organization is behind the lawsuit against Irizawa over a law that prohibits teaching about HIV and aids in a way that quote, portrays homosexuality as a positive alternative lifestyle while she says, the lawsuit will likely be dropped. They're waiting on one more thing. We have also challenge discriminatory. Regulation in the lawsuit. However will Wenski says superintendent of public instruction, Kathy. Hoffman is expected to ask the state board of education to eliminate that regulation assuming that regulation gets repealed as well. Then there'd be no further need for the lawsuit. Taylor. Kiner up. KTAR news Planned Parenthood suing the state of Zona challenging three aspects of our so called trap laws planned Parenthood's Taylor. Tucker says the laws are needless barriers for women trying to get abortions. One one requires women to visit a clinic in person twice within twenty four hours. A twenty four hour waiting period law and making to health center visits for the care. And especially for a lot of folks taking days off of work trying to get childcare. She also says it telemedicine ban is preventing access to early abortion services. KTAR's legal expert, Monica Lindstrom says Planned Parenthood has a good case if they prove Zona is violating women's rights in their complaint plaintiffs, make a very strong argument as to why the rules. That Aaron has implemented regarding abortion are unduly burdensome violate the constitution says the organization has to prove the allegations that the new rules impair the health, safety and constitutional rights of women. KTAR news time five oh seven. Jamie. Let's get over to the valley Chevy dealers traffic.
"irizawa" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Welcome back to coast to coast Jeffrey Smith with us. Let's go to Kevin and may or Irizawa west of the Rockies Kevin taken away. Thank you for taking my call. My concern is that have noticed live near the Bradshaw. Mountains Sonal about five thousand foot altitude noticed that the migrations of the mostly the butterflies and the humming birds and the bees or just decreasing every year. We'll see less and less with them and the fruit trees in the area are less productive. And I was wondering how that might be affecting. Thanks. What do you think? Jeffrey, there's a lot of documentation on the reduction in butterflies NBC's. There are two of the insects that are being hit hardest. It's interesting. There's a history with GMO's and the monarch butterfly. There was research done out of Cornell that showed a particular genetically modified. Corn would kill the larva that was being had or laid by the butterflies. And that there was a big controversy. I cover this in my first book seeds of deception where the Baltic industry decided to fund a bunch of research, and before most of that research was even complete. They wrote a press release at a conference and released it claiming that it had proved that the butterflies are actually safe, and none then that's not the case the people who are actually at the conference agreed that it wasn't the case. But because they had been released a press. Release other other news agencies wrote that it had been solved, and it wasn't the genetic engineering. And so it was just one of the ways that they manipulated the media. And that was with the toxin the BT toxin in corn that produces insecticide, and they did confirm later that particular variety did in fact. Kill larva. But now the monarch butterflies being killed off. Also because of the roundup ready crops roundup. It kills all of the biological diversity all of the plants in the area. And it kills the milkweed which is important for the food for the larva. It's the food for the butterfly as part of their migration, and when they wiped out fast amounts of milkweed, then they ended up probably causing this tremendous loss in the moaner. But also, we find that glysophate around up you have honeybees they can't find their ways back to the hive. There's what it can do is it can damage the lactobacillus and other beneficial bacteria in the gut of the honeybee, and they need that in order to digest. So there's Honey bees dying of starvation. Even though there's plenty of B Brandon the hive and that we think is because of the glyphosate. Now, there was a Corgan ization that was testing for that. And called DO logics. They were doing research, but you cannot find any of that research anymore because they were purchased by Monsanto, which probably tells you that they were onto something that was important next. Stop. Let's go to Barbara in Los Angeles. Hey, barb. Go ahead. Yup. The question for your guest. It's kind of a blast from the past. All right. With this case. To go with this Canadian farmer. Chrissy Smicer where Monsanto accused him of stealing. Material and he had an organic ten dollars crop with teed lovingly developed over many years. And there was a court case about it. And I kinda forgot what happened I wondered if it guests knew anything about it. Sure does go ahead. Yes, personally, and I have seen each other on almost every continent. He's a friend, and it isn't he didn't have an organic farm. You had actually just a conventional canola farm and had a two mile long road along it, and what would happen was he would see sometimes trucks carrying canola seeds in the wind would blow on the tops would blow up and be there be a black fog that would rise in the air land his field. So now he was just crossed crossed or sort of seated with the roundup ready seeds. He also had neighbors that had roundup ready canola and the seeds would blow over into his property, and he was sued. He was sued by Monsanto because he ended up harvesting is own crops. Like he did every year for decades and replanting them, and that actually violates the patent. So it went up to the supreme court in Canada. And it turns out he was found guilty of violating the patent that it said the finding it didn't matter how the seeds got onto his property. It didn't matter that he didn't love the fact that he had them exactly made it made it he was violating the intellectual property of Monsanto. Now, there's another farmer who has written a book or a book was written about him. He was actually a seat of see dealer a seed cleaner. And apparently they attached to the people that are hired by Monsanto allegedly attached GPS broadcasting device so that they could follow his whereabouts. They'd approach all of his his clients. According to the book as customers, and then threaten the customers that if they continued to use him as a source, they would destroy them. They they it was his house or his father's house was buzzed by an unmarked plane a helicopter landed in his field. There was a car that had replaceable licenses licensed. Plates. In fact, he got caught in his yard, and he confronted the person. And the guy was arrogant said you'll never get us. He was his life was threatened. And in fact, in the in the trial when the person admitted that they threatened his life, then Monsanto insisted that they settle 'cause they did not want that to go public. And so they settled for an undisclosed amount. But I spent some time talking to him I read his book, and it's amazing the details of how they you know, he was shot at I believe or there was a temps on his life that he described. It was absolutely crazy far worse treatment than Percy Smicer. But it seems that there's probably many others that have had treatment like this. But in the settlement, they can't talk about it, Jeffrey, what's the story about a plant based burger that when you bite into it. It looks like it's bleeding red blood. Oh my God. This is the what is this? This this burger we talked about the trip defense. They were they turned bacteria into a factory to produce L trip to San well. The. Burger turns east into a little mini factory. And they put genes in from a route from the soybean and it produces something called him or lake hemoglobin and the legacy. Mclovin causes this red substance in this plant based burger now were they originally submitted to the FDA asking for generally recognized as safe status. The FDA said no way you have this protein. It's never been part of the human food supply, and you did a poor job of isolating it. So when you took it out of the fermented soup. You ended up with forty seven other proteins that constitute about twenty five percent of that substance that you added to your burger, and none of those have been characterized. So this is certainly not genetically. Did you? Generally recognized as safe it's completely new to the food supply and impossible burger decided to market it anyway, because there was no requirement for them to achieve grass status. So that under the Trump administration, the FDA reviewed it again and said, okay, we're gonna call it grass where to call general recognize the safe nothing had changed. It's still has all of these potentially dangerous and damaging proteins now, we learned earlier in the interview about the chip to found that killed a hundred people and caused five to ten thousand to fall sick. And the only reason they found that was because the symptoms were severe fast acting and rare if all three of those characteristics were not in place if it weren't severe mild cold, or if it works fast acting, and it took a long time, or if it weren't rare, and it was just the promotion of existing common symptoms. No one would have tracked it back to the genetically engineered L trip to fan so people eating the possible burger might be getting. Significant problems if they don't know about so by my fee, but I wanna spread his friends. Don't let friends Ethier possible burger. At places like bear burger and restaurants, and they're going to introduce it into supermarkets, and it's based on what they call synthetic biology, which is just genetically engineering bacteria and the factories to produce these products, which we think are very unsafe Tom in the Bronx taken away Thomas. Go ahead. Hi, George your guests. I'd like to see listening to all of these revelations. I knew about the story about Percy Smicer. I heard him on the WBAI radio. He was interviewed and they made his life a harbor show. And the only it seems like the old saying is if we can't beat them join them, maybe we'll have to become genetically engineered. They may do Chinese doctor working on that. Now, I see well will have to become genetically engineered. And it will be genetically engineered world after all. What about that Chinese doctor? Well, you know, it's interesting they there's outcry all over just recently last week a bunch of scientists called for a moratorium on genetically engineering humans. You know, where you can be in heritable, but they didn't actually call for a ban. They just called for more toria. They they want light-touch regulation. And so even though there was outrage that they genetically engineered Cubans. It was actually it was interesting. These these girls they change the gene supposedly that made them susceptible to HIV. But what they didn't realize were they didn't think knowledge that there's a lot of research that when you do the gene editing one location than it actually could editing caused changes throughout the genome. And so they never sequence to see what other damage might have occurred. And we don't know these these these girls are already borne. And they've they're the first as far as we know humans that were genetically engineered and it was in a way that would be inherited by their offspring. I remember the doctor John Fagan who became famous in nineteen Ninety-four. He was a researcher doing genetic engineering of cancer research. He gave back existing in future grants to the NIH of one point six. Million dollars because he was a protest saying that he believes his research could be used to genetically engineer humans in a way that could be inherited. And so early on years ago, scientists were taking stands against that. No one had been at history had given back grants to the NIH. But he did that in protest and here we are now where someone from another country could do it. And there's no universal laws to stop it. So if you want a designer baby it's possible that in the future, you can find someone in the black market or possibly in a row country, or you could just start moving things around and never know whether you've actually caused another disease or change could a characteristic or personality or an emotion because all of it is connected, Jeffrey, what was it that got you interested in this in the first place? Well, actually, it was that job Fagin that that that scientists who gave a lecture in nineteen Ninety-six. And and I attended a lecture, and he said, you know, we know as genetic engineers that they that the changes are not precise. They're not predictable and yet companies like Monsanto, I wanna use this imprecise unpredictable technology and put it into the food supply, which means everyone who eats it could get sick potentially. And then in addition once you put it into the environment, it could cross pollinate and be permanently part of the, gene pool. Now, I learned about this, and almost no one the United States was do about it or was talking about it. And I realized this was a communication tragedy, and I had background education communications marketing, and I decided to just pitch in a little George and help out to sort of to translate the science in English but doing that ever since for twenty three years interviewing scientists all around the world, traveling to forty five countries, speaking at conferences, teaching doctors, etc. And what I've been. Doing is translating the science and translating not just the science. But also how about taking distri undermines and lies about the science some of the ways that they rigged their research is so blatant. It is so caught red-handed blatant that it's amazing that they get away with it. But they've also captured the regulatory agencies they've captured the ministries when I traveled to a country the local activists Toby which politicians have been captured. Those are the politicians that don't meet with me..
"irizawa" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Venture. All right. Let's do the news right now. We heard from Tonio Brown what he had to say on the shop talking about Ben Roethlisberger will Larry FitzGerald was asked about Antonio Brown over the weekend. Here's what he had to say baby. He's Mr. big chess is Ghafur in the mine. I don't think he's going to bought it the right way personally, you know, to play with a all time quarterback. He's able to play with. I don't think he understands how good he has it. You know, it's. It could be it could get out there. They could get tough out there. I disagree. I gotta disagree with Larry. I think with Larry situation is different because Larry started it would different quarterbacks. But he also had Kurt Warner. And he remember how great it was would Kurt. They go to a Super Bowl. Not I didn't win but had wanted outstanding plays in Super Bowl history. You know that could have been the defining like play in the career for Larry FitzGerald had. They won the SuperBowl that year. But I think you say you don't know how how good you've got it to me just tells me is like man, I wish I was in your situation. But I think it's a bit different. Larry's is a different temperament like he can handle what's going on. I don't know if Antonio Brown can handle what's going on in Zona. You know to me like Antonio Brown is in a situation where he feels like a team has chosen the quarterback over him. Right. Where I think it's different where Irizawa has chosen Larry FitzGerald over any other quarterback. They've been trying to find a quarterback to help him out is is different circumstances. I never say look this one guy..
"irizawa" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Jason committee chair Richard Shelby says the next twenty four hours are critical. You've got some problems with the Democrats dealing with ice that is detaining criminals that come into the US and they want to cap on him. We don't want to cap on that deals. Not reach the government could shut down again Friday. President Trump has said that he will build a wall one way or another two teenage girls have been arrested in Arizona after a man was found shot to death inside a home in Yucaipa, San Bernardino county sheriff's department says deputies were looking for a fourteen year old runaway when they found twenty four year old Ruben Franco dead Friday detective say the fourteen year old took off with a fifteen year old who lived at the home police in Buckeye Irizawa detained the girls after they crashed Franco's car into a pump at a gas station, both girls from Yucaipa have been returned to California and could each face a murder charge. Police have not revealed a motive in the shooting. Amy king KFI news. Minnesota democrat Senator Amy closer. Has become the fifth democrat that closure has become the fifth democrat now to officially announce a run for the White House closure announced her candidacy is the snow fell on a crowd in Minneapolis. And on her this afternoon clubs her says, she's running for a lot of people running for every parent who wants a better world for their kids. I'm running for every student who wants a good education. Senior who wants a prescription drugs every.
"irizawa" Discussed on Championship Drive
"There's only so much you can do to boost your ranking to boost your class if you don't get a lot of those guys in December. And so I would I would think that some of those programs especially their fan bases are probably a little bit of panic mode right now. That's why a lot of those mid level schools mid level. Was one of the early signing day because now, you know, Florida state Alabama Michigan they can't swoop in and poach your top guys. So if you're if you're Irizawa state, if you're Oklahoma state, if you're Mississippi State somebody like that you might have a good class right now. And then all of a sudden, you know, one of the big boys comes in and takes your top guy. And then the class doesn't look so good. So being able to get those guys signed this week really helps, you know, those those classes that are like in the twenty to forty range or even twenty five to fifty. But you're right. If you're if you're a big time program, let's say like, your Florida state and used to have in top ten classes in you're not there. It's hard to make up that ground because there's just no money to go sign because this is the new signing day December twentieth. Well, that's that's a great point Jake. And to that point. I don't think it was a coincidence that last year Alabama had its lowest ranked recruiting class in savings tenure. I think it took him. A while to figure out how to reorient his recruiting to their earlier schedule, and they are probably looks in a likely going to finish higher than six this year. So he's caught up the the other point. I would make. I think the signing of tibidot about Oregon speaks to how this has become a national sport now. And it's not that. I mean, obviously tiptoed state in the Pac twelve, but this is Mario Cristobal who as Brad pointed out is a Florida guy recruiting well on the west coast and was hired to the west coast by athletic director, rob Mullins whose roots are in the SEC. So it's. I think we're all just one big happy family now and the way that college football goes about its business. It's become it's transitioned really over the last generation into becoming a national sport. For reasons we've discussed before I didn't real quick along those lines a lot along those lines. Here's Alabama's top recruits were there from okay, you got Alabama then you have tolls. Oklahoma Mansfield, Texas, Oxford, Mississippi Baltimore, Maryland forest park. Georgia Baton Rouge, Louisiana in Colonia, New Jersey. So I mean, I Alabama is getting players from everywhere if you're going to have a top five class you've got to get players outside just your region anymore. Yeah. Unless you're in Florida, Texas, southern California were Georgia. Yeah. You've got to go about it outside your state for a lot of your class. If you're going to be top five. Well, Sabin has talked about, you know, the footprint being dragged ability, and then he has reached out across the country because he can to pick guys who were you know, he felt could play for him. And and he's had incredible. I mean, if you look at the. You look at the starters the last couple of years the all Americans in the award winners and guys who have made names for themselves Fitzpatrick from New Jersey and Ross Pierce, backer from Iowa and. Najji Harris from California. I mean, he's too. It's. To of course. Yeah. He's from either even farther away. So. It's. Now, having said that I mean, Alabama's an aberration. I mean Sabin is is different from other coaches in his ability to pull it from across the country like that. But I I just think everybody in the sport now is thinking more globally than than they ever did before. And I think the sports healthier for it. Now. This is what's known as yet. Another smooth podcast transition since we've brought up saving and his ability to just and how well Alabama's doing. It's noteworthy that he is a finalist for the coach of the year along with Brian Kelly of Notre Dame and Josh hypol- of UCF, and this gets to one of my pet peeves is how coaches who are very successful never win coach of the year because they are expected to succeed..
"irizawa" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"The blaze radio network. On demand. Name. And the low. This is Steve days. The Steve day show. Greetings, happy Tuesday, welcome to the show here. Live on the blaze on demand at crtv IM Steve days, Todd, and Aaron are here with me as well. Let us know what you think about what we think Steve Steve day dot com is the Email address. You can like us on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter at Steve day, show coming up a little bit later on today's program little pop culture, Tuesday, where we take a look at the intersection between culture and conservatism. It's got a little Halloween flava as the kids say today, the kids do say that today, Aaron, do they say that today? Or am I kid too? You see. Maya kid. I'm trying to. Yes, they say that you talking to me, what do you give hero. Come back with a sheet. A us. Are you. It's going to be one of those days. Three minutes and cranky millennial guy has arrived. So you know what that means. We get a kick him a lot. Also coming up a little bit later on fake news or not makes its return as we are back to regular order. But let's begin as we always do with what happened while we were away. What happened while we were away brought to you by what colts also look like? What are you guys hoping to hear President Trump speak about today care. I would like to know more about what's what he's gonna do. 'cause that's an invasion of our country. And you know, none of us are like it, so we'll see what he has stay about tonight, but I love everything that comes out of his mouth. So it doesn't really matter what he says. Supported. Republicans are outpacing Democrats in early voting in some key states like Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Montana, Tennessee, and Texas, golden target smart and NBC news. Researchers at Irizawa state university said they found twenty five percents of the millennials. They surveyed had reported clinically significant levels of stress in the aftermath of the twenty sixteen election anatomy does not determine gender experts, say experts say. Experts say. I think what you're thinking, Michael, Evan Eddie is on the hook for nearly five million dollars after a court found he failed to reimburse of former colleague. Also, his landlord won a court order either getting his firm because it skipped the last four months of rent. So that's cool. And finally, here's this. Hi, I was spokesperson for the Democratic Party, and I'm here to tell.
"irizawa" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"And welcome back once getting sports podcast, we've talked that there's an football matchup between the culture patriots that happened last night. We've talked the McGregor that's happening this weekend, and now we're gonna be talking about week five match ups on Sunday who we get out. I Mark, let's go ahead and get this game out of the way cardinals and forty Niners. Niners three and a half favorite. They're at home. They play Irizawa who's winless the only winless team in the NFL, Josh Rosen starting. Again, of course, the Niners we already know about their slew of injuries and key positions lose it understatement. Yeah. So. The Niners played the chargers pretty tough last week. They also put the chiefs rather tough even though they were getting out early in that game, they haven't really had a blown out game. It just don't get it. They finish. So they're at home against a rookie quarterback. What do you see this cardinals team? I don't. I secondary's pretty good, but that's their only like main weapon. Their offense has been struggling. Their defensive lines, not the best. I had the Niners on this one just because of how poorly the colonels have played, throw to score for me. I'm gonna go twenty eight twenty twenty eight twenty. Yeah. I also have the Niners in this game. It's not a game that many people will watch unless you live on the west coast more than likely, no one that's the only game will be on. You know, there's McGregor could be this weekend, but then there's Beth 'Red Rosen you watching that one. Does sound like doesn't get you going? All right. So I'm gonna say the Niners win. In a similar in a similar game. I'm gonna go ahead and say twenty. Four, seventeen. Okay. So you have a seven point margin victory? Yeah, I think the Niners will win, but I don't know what this game could go out of different ways. So Tennessee, they will be traveling to buffalo. Tennessee three in one, buffalo, one and three, Josh Allen starting again for the Buffalo Bills mariota healthy. He'll be.
"irizawa" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Trudell was trying to sneak one in earlier, right. Remember with this whole bet, like when he was doing his Lakers list, he sneak in the Seattle my bad on, so. So Mike, you heard him, right? So the bet was Seattle be a top in defense. That's where I got it. Right. And you said bottom third, right? Yeah. Yeah. And where does Seattle rank right now? They're so bad that I just assumed like twenty fifth, where did they bring on new fed? Turns out I was wrong out there. Seven? Yeah. By the end of the season, of course they will end up in the in the bottom to find out. They play the Rams next. I do. I do apologize. I got that. I did get that wrong world Thomas though. Remember remember this always look at this. I is the number one thing I look at what division are they planning is a forty nine teen Garoppolo. Yeah. Quarterback. They got another game against Irizawa. So they George off to off to a better start than I than I allowed for. And that was my reasoning is just the division stinks outside of the Rams. So I thought that they'd have already. Yeah, more so than one would have thought, right, and everyone thinks that the powers in the NFC and that has proven to maybe not be the case, and that's why football is great because you don't know when the NFL at least you don't know what the hell's going to happen from week to week. So coming up next, we got a couple of things for you more on the dodgers. We're gonna get our dodgers predictions in here for the brave series which starts this later this week. And are you more inspired by what you saw yesterday by the Lakers or are you a little more skeptical? We'll touch on that in just a moment here on the Sodano show on ESPN LA, but I.
"irizawa" Discussed on Main Engine Cut Off
"But I think we can reasonably assume it's a couple hundred million dollars that he's paying into this mission. Elon Musk said time and time again that this was something that would make a material difference on the funding of the afar. And I think if we draw lose to what he would have paid for a falcon heavy dragon to mission, couple hundred million dollars seems right about on. So that's something that gives space x some runway here and it gives them a target. It gives them a customer, and I think that's a really cool thing. And the project here, dear moon. The project I think is particularly awesome. If you go back and listen to the off nominal episode that Jake and I did after falcon heavy back in February, we were talking a lot about Starman on that one. And what I had said there was that leading up to the launch falcon heavy. I was kind of myth about Starman. I wasn't one of those people that was angry that SpaceX was littering in space or anything like that. I am not of that suasion by any means, but I was just kinda like whatever school funding after the launch. I was captivated with star man. I was totally wrong about Starman upfront. I've thought the visuals that were produced by that we're very human and approachable and accessible to most everybody in the world. Certainly most anyone that was watching the video has probably even seen a car how to car owned car ridden in a car, right? It was very acceptable approachable thing for anyone that was seeing that video that visual. I think sometimes space is not the most acceptable thing. You know you're seeing even back in the day you were seeing fighter pilots and geologists fly to the moon and go on these gargantuan rockets and blind things that looked very unh- Uman. But the visual of seeing a person sitting in a car in space with the earth is a backdrop. I thought that was such a human vision that brought that impact of that event down to people in a way that was approachable in a way that we haven't seen in a very, very long time if ever that was a very unique visual. And I think here was dear moon in the same way. We get a little bit of that affect. It's an approachable idea. You know, everybody's always talked about what if artists go to space and this is that project. And it's not a fancy full journey of colonizing other worlds, settling another world setting up shop somewhere. This is a flight crews. So I think there's several elements of it that are more protocal than typical. And I think it's something that is interestingly captivating to somebody who is either of these scientific ilk and that likes this mission from a scientific perspective or if somebody's an explorer type and they like this as an exploration mission, or if somebody's an artist and just likes RAD music, rat art, you know, maybe maybe my favorite artists would go on this flight. So I think there's something there for everybody. My ZOA I think was a great symbol for SpaceX. Think he's a a particularly great personality. I really, really enjoyed him. I think he's just got a cool vision. He wants to fund this project, and I think there's really something to that. Interesting to me of this announcement. If you've followed the show for a little while and heard me talk about the previous two years of BF our updates when he took the stage at I seen twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen. The one thing that I was really thrown off by in both of those presentations was that I hated the end of the presentations because in both cases, they were different examples. But in both cases, Elon Musk spent fifty minutes talking about here is there launch vehicle that we're building, here's the tanker developing. Here's the engine that we're developing Irizawa real thing. You can hold progress on this vehicle and each of them ended with a very fancy full vision, very far in the future. The first year was visions of this thing landing on Europa and exploring the moons of Jupiter and Saturn, even farther than that twenty seventeen was about that point to point travel. You know the thing here on earth where you would take off in New York and land in Tokyo minutes later. Both fantastic visions that I could definitely get behind, but both very far from the..
Uber self-drives robo-cars out of Arizona after fatal crash
"From the city of angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world i'm george noory welcome to coast to coast am later on tonight chem trails in climate engineering here's what's happening this might be a victory of sorts buber shutting down at self driving car tests in arizona well one of the cars was involved in a fatal crash woman died in march the company notified about three hundred irizawa workers unfortunately for them that they were being terminated with the program ending the shutdown should take several weeks to complete test drivers for the autonomous cars have not worked since that incident in tempe arizona but over said they continued to be paid not anymore the company self driving trucks have also been shelled since that accident i'm opposed to all self driving vehicles especially trucks stephen paddock that las vegas massacre gunman who killed fifty eight people seemingly told a hair stylist months before the october first issue that the country music concert venue on the strip where he carried out his attack was it's an easy target for a shooting the hair stylists reported the incident to the las vegas metropolitan police unfortunately nine days after the event a little late a decision from nfl owners requiring players to stand for the star spangled banner if they are on the field when the anthem is played has triggered intense reaction from supporters and opponents as one owner reveal that he has obstain from the vote commissioner robert goodell said that the change was approved unanimously at the league spring meeting in atlanta san francisco forty niners ceo jed york was the only person who abstained dr john curtis with us online columnist dot com john i want to get your reaction to this i've got my own but how about you.
"irizawa" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"And playing with don felder in pat thrall from kiss and adrian young from no doubt and these guys are amazing players and just having the ability in to be in that same you know on the stage with his great players is really an honor well listen i appreciate you taking a few minutes out today and celebrating thirty years of operation mike crime everybody see jeff and his band performing this live starting in the us looks like it kicks off in finley ohio on june fifth go to jeff tate dot com my vision's going looks like june eighth jeff tate dot com got all the dates wherever you're listening see if there's a show headed your way and jeff enjoy the time send my best to your wife and your family and i hope to see some more soon okay thanks for the time man appreciate it and hopefully see over the summer sounds good man thanks very much take care bye bye now see you bye bye well thanks jeff tate hope you enjoyed that conversation hard to believe operation mind crime is thirty years old that is crazy and geoff tate lake you heard we'll be celebrating the anniversary of that record by playing at once again in its entirety with his band interesting because scott rock and field has not been performing with queen's reich for the last year or two meaning that there's only two original members left in queen's reich and then of course their former singer geoff tate out doing his own thing with his own band it's crazy times in the music industry you need a scorecard to keep track of who's doing what with who and who's actually in some of these bands thanks jeff thanks to jonathan cain and i'll see you guys next thursday for another all new episode of the trunk podcast which is produced by katie irizawa really have a good one remember visit me on social media at eddie trunk twitter instagram and facebook on the fan page there eddie trunk dot com is.
"irizawa" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"Thirty percent of the population maybe latino but of the voting population right between people not being registered between the hispanic community very young and some people are not age or not citizens back to the the twenty sixteen election where the clinton campaign had this this idea that they were gonna turn airasia blue with a wave of young latino voters voting against trump and that didn't happen and some of those arizona was a state where they made a relative large man of gains right this is a district where in some number of years as it becomes more diverse it's like you know it's basically like a lot of old white people playing golf district traditionally and like a lot of arizona it's becoming more diverse especially with latino voters but yeah the thirty percent latino population does not reflect the voting population so you know it would be put it like this be way ahead of the curve for democrat to win in this district and it's not the type of place democrat would have to win too carrie irizawa as a state into eighteen or twenty twenty so michael what do the polls show at this moment for the trace and you know nate mentioned earlier they've been a little bit all over the place where a couple of polls have come out showing a a very close race basically tied race and then we got one poll actually we got one more today there couple polls now that show lesko the republican up you know mid to high single digits on average you know the republican is up three or four or five percentage points which if that's the margin that would represent a huge democratic over performance relative to the district's parts of lean but at that the district is just republican enough that even even a huge over performance might not be so democrats have performed by about seventeen so this might be in line with that but the republican may still win because it's got a twenty five point so even if even if democrats beat their average over performance by a couple of points.
"irizawa" Discussed on This Week in Tech
"So so that's one issue the police will have to deal with that the other one is this do spag who with a with a hat in the air buds are they should throw him back in the slammer the other but the thing that that i wanted show is picture get engage in run into history in case you think i'm being unfair uh so the the person who gave the wrong address i think he's got some reckoning he's got a gop ability to louis he's in jail that's and i also wanna know no he's not jail he's the so they were playing call a duty and this guy who gave the wrong address was taunted the swat tests ticket said come swat me baby linda's justice to it gave a rise or so he's got some culpability so let's say somebody who i believe is an actual killer says they're going to come and kill me and i give my neighbors address yeah like irizawa the arrested for sequestered in rome i should sweat disticts still have his twitter is what madeleine islands well he was able to tweet the whole thing uh and his twitter each changed his twitter address he changed it to at swatting account so he's not exactly hide one war if thin twit listen it isn't it isn't twitter's in facebook's best interest to address this now and come up with some reasonable way forward because if they don't the government is going to do that for them and as much as i don't like what i'm seeing right now on on the socials i don't think it makes sense for the the government to come in and and regulate with cannon can't be done in the united states were already seeing that happened in europe in germany and like all around the rest of the world and were were headings very very quickly into a splintered internet a series of splintered that's where you're geographic boundaries and your eyes p dictate what you can and can't see and that to me is more terrifying than being swatted we've been side note so i.