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"jocelyn rae" Discussed on Kris Soutar's Tennis Journal
"And so i was. I was lucky enough. The when i was playing singles without really concentrate on doubles. I'd reached about one twenty. And i always enjoyed it like i. Love playing doubles So for me it was. It was just kind of a no brainer of the yeah. It wasn't really something that people solely focused on so much. The i was also ready. Lucky around that time the jocelyn. Rae was in a very similar position to what i was. We were good friends. kind of wear off partnership women from but we i suppose we will probably mold the the kind of the fest two famous in the loss of ten years to really actually focused on doubles. That that's where it was gonna take me because were you. Will you self conscious about that in any way or because i see that still. Let's take colleges. The analogy that when i was younger if someone went to college it was almost like tapping you know i. I knew i can't make as pro go to college. We know colleges a- definite route that you could take to become approved. And i think we're past that stage nyerere in terms of doubles. But like you said it was right at the very start. Were you conscious. That of people are thinking. I'm not doing singles now. Just focus on doubles or did you not give any thought. No you definitely have that in the back of your mind when people think oh he said tapping out of being a bit lazy so to me. see you definitely have Would take seriously or whatever But i suppose she kind of has to have that confidence to know. The what you're doing is the right thing that it is serious whether people take you seriously. Oh no it's is their issue. Not ios here. i know so. I think the fact that justin did so well so quickly probably helped to swell like we show up probably within nine months kind of going for new getting easily inside. Top one fifty. I'm playing fed cup slow. It was for us. I think it was from. It will so much of that..
"jocelyn rae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Dozens of school districts across north carolina are canceling classes today as teachers are expected to demonstrate in the state capital for higher pay from member station w unc rusty jacobs reports teachers are gathering in raleigh as lawmakers opened a legislative session to make adjustments to the states to your budget ahead of the massive demonstration top lawmakers in the republican controlled general assembly unveiled their plan for raising teacher pay gop leaders say they've agreed to a six point two percent increase in the next fiscal year that would be the fifth consecutive pay raise for teachers but the state still ranks thirty ninth nationally democrats led by governor roy cooper want a greater salary increases for teachers and would help pay for it by canceling a scheduled tax cut for incomes greater than two hundred thousand dollars an idea republicans scoffed at the gop holds veto proof majority in the state legislature rusty jacobs reporting this is npr this is w nyc i'm shumita basu in new york the mayor says the nypd will change its marijuana enforcement policy next month wnyc's beth fertig reports manhattan district attorney cyrus vance is also making reforms the da noted that black and brown new yorkers are those most frequently arrested and that does not fulfill his goals of ensuring a safer new york and more equal justice system starting in august vance said he will no longer prosecute marijuana possession and smoking in public but he also said there may be safety exceptions and he invited the mayor and police commissioner to weigh in brooklyn da eric gonzalez says his office is already declining to prosecute some instances of pot smoking in public but by granting exceptions both may be leaving room to continue prosecuting people convicted of serious crimes the national nonprofit script ed is expanding its computer science training to twenty thousand young women in the bronx through the city's computer science for all initiative jocelyn rae as went to a script ed class when she realized it was the only option and you sit there was any other program like that ms school i decided why not so i i we were just being taught java script html css that's the whole square after school she says it helped her land an internship and inspired her to major in computer science and power is partially restored after a major thunderstorm in.
"jocelyn rae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"A new hudson river train tunnel but fda nominee thelma drake gave none i asked her whether she would alternate lately make a commitment not to accept political interference in any decisions and before this committee she would not answer that affirmatively pretty amazing president trump has opposed federal spending on the project saying it's too expensive and new york and new jersey are not picking up enough of the cost but a recent spending bill included about six hundred million in start up money menendez is the ranking democrat on the senate mass transit subcommittee he was the only member to vote now the national nonprofit script ed has extended its computer science training to twenty thousand young women in the bronx jocelyn rae as went to a script ed class when she realized it was the only option and you sit there was any other program like that at my school i decided why not so i i we were just being taught java script h two mouse likely today it's cool down to highs in the low sixties sixty three degrees now in new york this is morning edition from npr news i'm david green and i'm rachel martin all of pennsylvania's eighteen congressional districts are currently represented by men after last night's primaries though it looks like that could be about to change at least one district will vote on a race with only women candidates in november and several other races feature women with strong chances of winning this is all part of a broader trend of female candidates fairing pretty well in the two thousand eighteen election for more on this and other takeaways from last night's elections in pennsylvania as well as idaho nebraska and oregon we've got npr's kelsey snell the studio with us he kelsey hey good morning so what did we see from women candidates last night in the broader picture women fared very well in all of those elections but most notably in pennsylvania where we're expecting as many as four women could be headed to congress after this it's thanks in part to the fact that there was this court ordered redistricting something we've talked about a lot it made the entire states congressional mab more or less more favorable for democrats and democrats spent a lot of time going out and recruiting women who they thought would fare well in the.