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"mosier" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

Ali on the Run Show

08:47 min | 3 months ago

"mosier" Discussed on Ali on the Run Show

"Voters basically in different states to to contact their lawmakers to say this is not what we are about. This is not. This does not represent our opinions. So. Going back to the nineteenth states lead last legislative session nineteen states in the United States. Had some sort of bill that would have prevented transgender highschool students in specifically trans girls from participating in. Girls High School Sports This is this is unheard of. For the last seven years since I've been tracking policies at translate dot com. Little website plug their Thank you. I, for the last seven years. And before that, each state has a High School State Athletic Association that makes these policies for their own state in terms of who gets to participate. In. It and across the fifty states, there's not a Universal Trans Athlete Policy. Some states don't have them. Some states are good. Some states are very bad. But now government is stepping in and they're making state laws or attempting to make state laws about who can participate in high school sports, and so it's just a really weird thing that's happening right now. trans identity has been politicized in a way that is intended to create a divide in in voters and were releasing this ramping up to twenty twenty presidential election, which is what makes it so disturbing and you know we're talking about kids here. So I'm just very passionate about making sure that all young people have the opportunity to participate in sports so. Let's talk about that a bit more because obviously that is something that is really important right now, what are some of the other? Can you kind of walk us through some of the other biggest topics or issues that we should know about right now because it's very different than when we talked three years ago though I don't know that's in my perspective just because I'm seeing. More things come forward and surprisingly as someone who watches and learn so much from you to me it's like, okay, we had that conversation three years. That's three years like we should have made so much progress in three years. What's your take on that? Have we made progress in three years and what are some of the biggest issues and concerns facing the transgender community right now? Yeah. It's really interesting. Right because I came out in two thousand ten and we were in a really rough place then in terms of not having policies not having a positive representation in the media and not just in sports but like all aspects of movies TV's and whatnot ended in that regard, we've made a lot of progress in in media representation in sports representation You know we've made a lot of progress but from from three years ago I'd say that we probably have gone in some sort of backslide that. It in terms of legislation, not just around sports but we saw you know instantly in this presidential administration, we had you know. Rules against transportable being in the military and getting healthcare and recinding notice for title mine and things in schools, and most recently, there was A. Budget Relation or guidance about not trans people should be allowed in homeless shelters, and so we've really seen the Trans community be attacked from all different angles in the last three years. The sports one is really concerning because it's literally addressing a problem that does not exist, and so there's you know it's it's really being framed up as. The quote unquote saving. Women's sports and there's a lot of automatic pieces to that. Specifically I would say because it's a bunch of. OLDER WHITE SIS gender men who actually have no interest in saving women's sports. It's just a good framework for attacking transpeople and negating the identities of Trans Women. So it's it's really been problematic for the last three years. We've seen more state high school associations have policies for Trans Students, and now there are maybe about ten or eleven that don't have a policy at all. Of the fifty states but there are many that have bad policies that requires students in high school to have surgery before they would be able to play sports. Or go by the original birth certificate, and which would you know basically deny a transferred from participating with their peers in a way that affirms their identity so We've had a policy in place for the International Olympic. Committee since two, thousand three. so that seventeen years there's been a policy for trans athletes in the Olympics. Zero, trans athletes have made it to the Olympics and I'm the closest one. In in making the Olympic trials. So you know it's not a problem. Trans people aren't dominating in sports. They're not ruining women's sports specifically and you know. People are using stereotypes in myths and misconceptions to make trends walk to be monsters. So it's I think in the last three years since we spoke in I've actually had more work to do around both educating people busting some of the myths and stereotypes and fighting lawmakers who are creating legislation not to fix a problem, but to exclude people actively from participating in society in experiences with their peers. So in a situation where like you said nineteen states have this and correct me if I get the terminology. Wrong. Have Legislat- legislation that they're looking to pass nineteen states and only one passes. So obviously, it's great that eighteen didn't right. When you look at that, is that a victory for the eighteen states or is that like will damn one still passed? How how do you look at that and how do you frame that? It's very much damn one still pass because the problem his so I don't think of not having a not having the other ones pass as a win because they should have never been introduced in the first place. That's kind of the way I think of it. The one that actually did pass was the worst piece of legislation that was out there was the most discriminatory and just break it down because I think people will be astounded when they hear what what this entails. In the state of Idaho and this is for both high schoolers and college level athletes, which is in direct contradiction to the NCW policy. They say that any person can question the gender of a girl. So any girl and if somebody said that's a man or your I don't think that you're woman enough to be on this team I don't think you're really a woman. Or A girl I mean if we're talking about junior high or high school that would trigger an investigation of of that person's gender and and would entail either an examination of their reproductive organs. So like Whoa Whoa, let's just pause for a second there. Somebody could say I don't think that's really a girl and a fourteen year old freshmen in highschool would have to undergo a pelvic exam to prove she's a woman. Like can you wrap your mind around that? No, it's disgusting I in his for any any girl, and so there's the internal and external genital examination. There is a hormone level test or chromosome tests sue prove that girl a girl. And I just think about like my experience so. I. I was raised and socialized as a young girl I grew up playing girls, women's sports, and because I was strong athlete like this before I even knew that I was a trans. Man. It wasn't even my radar I was a girl on a girls team, and because I had a good jump shot because I was an aggressive player for whatever reason people would say, are you a guy or girl like that's a man and so i? I can. I can't even fathom being a sophomore and having you know like hearing what I heard from the standards of of opposing players and their parents and having that trigger like having to do a pelvic exam to for me to play basketball. Like I can't even wrap my mind around that and like while this is framed up as as saving women's sports saving girls, sports what I think it's actually going to do is drive girls and women from sports because that is not part of a typical examination of a routine school physical to play basketball you know and it's policing girls and women's bodies in.

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"mosier" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:55 min | 8 months ago

"mosier" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"I would never tell somebody that they have to come out. I think this is one of the problems that we have in professional sports is like we're looking for that out. Gay Male athlete in the Big Four Sports. When are they going to? There are so many factors in any. Lgbtq plus person's existence of of whether or not to come out you know my messages is were to that person would just be that that they are valid and their identity is valid and real and that they are worthy of love and respect and dignity and if that person is looking online for some support and resources. Where can you direct those people other than you of course Trans Athlete Dot Com Trans Athlete? Dot Com for young people glistening G. L. S. E. N. is a great resource for families. P flag is a great resource and there are so many organizations that are doing work around advocating for trans people in different areas of life But you know the biggest thing that has made a difference for me. Is that human connection of having somebody to talk to so I actually just open myself up to send me a DM. Like I talk to talk to you a ton of people and what I will maybe be most proud of is not the accomplishments that I have athletically but knowing that I've been a part of hundreds of school projects for young people of of that I've had video chats and message exchanges with hundreds of young people and that has made a real difference having just that one person reach out and say like I know what you're going through or you're going to be okay. Yeah all right man. Well hit up Chris in the in the DMZ Chris Mosier get your terms down by going to the glossary on Trans Athlete. Dot Com. Study up on that and get your knee sorted out.

"mosier" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

11:35 min | 8 months ago

"mosier" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"And at that time you know this is not a lot more reportage and Jerry Springer and they were not positive. Representations were accurate representations of what it means to be Trans and in most cases I was only seeing transgender women in in movies or on reality. Tv and this was like pre L. Word probably even. Yeah and I actually never didn't have that channel whatever it was not a big TV person. Missed all of that and sort of socially like how was that. I mean you. You said you know that that you had a sense that you were different that dates back to as early as you being four right. So how does that translate in terms of how you kind navigated your social life throughout junior high in high school? I think my plan was to make myself as busy as possible so that no one really got a chance to know me. I was too busy. Yeah absolutely but I was friends with everybody. People in high school and college would call me a social butterfly but I can go to any of the different groups or cliques and fit in well and then back out and go somewhere else and I. I really think that was a strategy. Not only to not allow other people to get to know me but so that I didn't have to spend the time really thinking about who I was person and thinking about myself and as long as you are out on the field like it was a comfortable place where you felt like you were accepted you always. I mean I think from my earliest memories were from sports and from fitting in and finding friends at because I was a good athlete. A great teammate. And a good leader and my willingness to sacrifice for the team is always a positive right per part of being a teammate. And so that was a really easy place for me. Fit In and find out more about myself right now. I would say even as an adult. I all of the things that I love about myself in terms of my values and my work ethic in my thought process and how I communicate with other people perspective on winning and losing goal setting. All of that comes from those very early lessons that I learned in sports yet. It seems like that that sensibility was allowed. You to kind of transcend. Whatever you know sense of difference that you felt or may have been perceived to have by your classmates in your teammates because you were such a good team member that that like took care of everything else right. Yep and that was my solution or that feeling that I had that I didn't quite fit in. It was already hard enough going to that small school from suburb of the city and dressing differently and I was listening to different music at different fashion sense and interests. And you know what I'm there with them. It was like a two year time gap where it was my end of sophomore year before people started to listen to what I was listening to address the dressing and so I just felt that I was so out of place there But but sports and that common goal of of wanting to succeed as a team was really what grounded me in that community here. Was it a sense that you're just you just a tomboy initially? Yeah I think so. I think just because I didn't have the language or the terminology to assign to it like. I knew I wasn't like my brother so I have a brother a year and a half younger than me and growing up. I knew that I wasn't like him and also knew that people didn't treat me the way that they treated him or give me the same opportunities that they gave him and so I felt that difference but also when I looked up the girls in my class. I knew that I wasn't like them. And you know had just hindsight is so interesting because there are all these moments where it. It'll lines up for me. Every single part of my childhood of of what I was interested in and how I behaved and you'll have all of these memories of adults telling me you can't do this because little girls don't do this. You can't dress like this. You can't play this sport You shouldn't act like this and every part of me felt that was authentic expression And it wasn't learning that from other places it was just truly who at was right and short of sports. I would suspect that that would be you know. It had to be lonely right feeling like you didn't fit into either of those categories sports being the refuge but short of sports. You can begin to see why somebody who's having a similar experience to you would start to develop depression and other mental problems around that that feeling of isolation and distance yet. I think that's a very common thing that we hear with. Not Just Queer. Athletes translates the LGBTQ plus community. In general is that there are so many of us who feel like we are the only ones going through this experience. And I think it's really that feeling and I can't say in high school that I really felt that because I did such a good job of putting my energy into sports into extra curricular activities the yearbook and the newspaper and Sogefi and and extra jobs and anything that I could do to keep myself from having to spend that time of feeling loneliness and discomfort disconnection But looking back. That was all false. It was all falls connections. It wasn't real authentic because I didn't want people to seem the real me. I didn't want people to really get to know the real me because I received messages for ten years at that point that that who I was as a person was not okay and it was not the way that I was supposed to be. Yeah I don't think it's the sports part is authentic right. I mean on some level. It's a mask to keep people at bay. Oh yeah but it was really a true love for me. It's where I felt most like myself so graduate from high school. You go to northern Michigan University. Yeah I'm from Michigan Northern Michigan University in Marquette. Oh Wow yeah all the way. Oh mark you. Yeah Yeah I mean. You went from a small school in Wisconsin to like an incredibly isolated community up there right. Yeah I did. And if not a lot of diversity up there yet except the athletes and he's only right. The things is that That was the except for the athletes. There were a lot of diversity. But that's more racial diversity. There wasn't a lot of diversity in terms of Lgbtq plus acceptance either and it also points the time period. Like people just really talking about when I was in College. And we're talking. Nineteen Ninety eight to two thousand three five wonderful years in in Michigan. That people just weren't talking about it and and it was a very different time. So how do you begin to piece this together for yourself and start to own your identity at didn't happen when I was there In hindsight again looking back you know my dream was to play college basketball and I had hopes of going to college playing in having my name on the back of the Jersey and being you know having that athletic experience and when the time came to you make a decision. I had so many different excuses and chose not to play basketball. What do you mean excuses like you were? You were afraid or oh absolutely but but how that how that came out was you know. I'm a first generation college student. No one in my family has ever gone to school and navigating that process to even go to school was a challenge for me and I knew that there is a huge investment. Not just of my own money but also of my time and you know my families energy and so I knew I'd have to pay for school myself and thought okay. I'm not getting a scholarship. I'm going to have jobs so I can't be an athlete and pay for school at the same time and I thought you know. This is a huge investment in in myself and I want to get a great job after college and you know if I'm not paying attention to my academics you that's not going to happen so Howard. Your how're your folks growing up? In what way well in the sense of of raising you. There must have been some idea that you were a bit askew from a traditional notion of the you know what they probably expected their daughter to look like at that time right. Yeah so how? How have they navigated that whole thing? Yeah you know it's interesting. I've I've never really had a conversation about my with my mom about this and I think that when I finally understood my identity. I was terrified to tell her. She raised me as a single parent Dad left the picture of in and out From the age of eight and he is still around but but we haven't been in communication for about Fifteen twenty years maybe and it was not related to my identity. At that time. I didn't know I was transient. I wasn't out as Queer But you know for my mom. I think when I did come out as trans. I think she would have been more surprised if I said I was going to wear dress the next day. Yeah then to kind of tell her and explain to her. What transgender identity meant But I was raised in very loving household in. She encouraged me to play sports despite my injuries when I was a kid I often heard like you were not meant to play sports with twisted ankle or bruised ribs or whatever but You know I felt like I had full support from her to participate in sports in terms of how I showed up in the world. I think that I definitely didn't line up with the vision of she had for a little girl. And you know whether that was going to clothing shopping at the start of the school year and wanting to go to the boy section and her saying over here or people in in stores Saying your son and her correcting them and say that's my daughter You know I think that I can only guess. Probably brought up a lot of things for her but you haven't really fully fleshed it out with her. Yeah have you know because it's like it's too sensitive you think yeah. I think there's a lot of things that have been unsaid between the two of US and when I came out you know she was so incredibly supportive. It was terrified to tell her and delayed telling her. Because I didn't want it to be like you know Thanksgiving that's when Chris came out as a man right like I didn't want it to be attached to the holiday. I'm not seeing her all the time. and really wanted to make sure that I expressed to her. How important was how significant this is. And how real this's for me and she's the one who named me and so like you know. She had a daughter and two sons and now she has three sons And that changes things for her. That's a transition for her as well and how she talks in her small community about when people come back and don't know and say how's your daughter you know. What is the response to that? So I'm very aware there are challenges for her to deal with that. I will never know about changing though. They've changed quite a bit. I mean I feel like they're permissiveness. In the education piece to all of this has has grown so much and you know just the word transgender and the.

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"mosier" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:36 min | 8 months ago

"mosier" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"First openly trans man to qualify to represent the United States in international competition. Many of you may recognize Chris from his viral. Nike commercial that aired during the two thousand sixteen Rio Olympics. Not only is he the very first transgender athlete to be sponsored by Nike. He is the first known transgender athlete to compete in the Olympic Trials. In the gender they identify and these are just his achievements as an athlete. He's also very outspoken activist on. Lgbtq writes in two thousand fifteen. Chris succeeded in convincing the International Olympic Committee to change their policy giving trans athletes the privilege to represent their country at the Olympic Games and in two thousand sixteen. Chris compelled another. Ioc Policy Change to allow transgender athletes to take part in the Olympics without needing to have gender reassignment surgery. Chris is a super awesome guy. This is a really fun and quite enlightening discussion. And it's coming up in a few but I the question I get asked. Most frequently isn't hey rich. How are you doing are you okay? How's it going instead? It's hey rich. What type of running shoes are you wearing? That is the God's honest truth and the answer is the running. Shoes are indeed a very personal thing. I've tried them all good and bad but it wasn't until I discovered on running that I actually fell in love. I do love everything about on from the super..

"mosier" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mosier" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Mark sibito live from the outlet online dot com studios in Buckhead. It's sixty two degrees. WAFS Atlanta WF S H FM HD three Athens. News this hour from townhall dot com. I'm Rhonda wrong. Strip deadly weather, moved through parts of the south the mayor of rust in Louisiana says the town took a direct hit from tornado overnight two people killed damaged buildings vehicles and power lines. This was part of a severe weather system. That also pounded Texas with rain killing a woman and her two children whose vehicle got caught in flash flood waters. The storm prediction center's mosier on. What's ahead? There will be some rainfall and some potential for isolated sort of severe weather as a move into Friday. But it looks like the system is kind of losing a little bit of its Jenner. Gee, I'm Rita Foley, lay a three judge panels ruled Michigan's congressional in legislative maps are unconstitutionally gerrymandered and ordered the state legislature to redraw at least thirty four districts for the upcoming twenty twenty election decision issued Thursday also requires. Special state Senate elections to be held in twenty twenty instead of twenty twenty two as scheduled a federal judge has said a deadline for the federal government to identify children's split from their families at the border. The Trump administration is on the clock. Given six months to identify potentially thousands of children who were separated from their families at the US Mexico border. The order came from US district. Judge daynuss abroa- the same judge who halted the administration's practice of family separations last June..

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"mosier" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"mosier" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Shop at US dot T. So shop dot com. That's what she said. That's what she said. That's what she said what she said. Well, that's what she said. Welcome to. That's what she said conversations with interesting people from the world of sports music, comedy and more talking about their lives. Careers successes and failures. Hey, this is Chris mosier might dilemma is. I can't stop eating cereal for dinner. Okay. So of all the dilemmas in the world, this one ain't that serious. I mean, if you just look at your Instagram, it's clear that you have no problem staying in shape and looking fit, and so it doesn't seem like cereal as interfering with your athletic career or your fitness. Now, maybe your wife wants to have a little more something substantial every once in a while, and you're already on both three of count chocula by the time. She gets there maybe consider settling in a nice meal with every once in a while you're worried about it because it's a little immature for a grown man to be dining like a college freshman, those who you can whatever you want. That's part of being an adult. Right. That's the best part of being built, you know, the answer anybody. So if you're out of time where you just don't want to waste your time. Cooking if Ciro makes you happy then by. Uh-huh. Means do your thing. Just don't be that. He then who pours the milk first. And then the cereal I don't care what somebody on the internet said once about how it prevents you from eating too, much, cereal or over pouring, the milk, whatever that terrible excuses. It's always cereal first and then milk, plus the sugary milk at the end is sometimes the best part. The commission is spoken..

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"mosier" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

13:06 min | 1 year ago

"mosier" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"During what I have at the moment. No, I'm not looking for. Rebel, Anthony Marshall joining us here on the Vegas take on your Friday and taking some questions we're talking, of course, about the UNLV coaching situation and the program moving forward. Hey, you know, I just you know, with all this university scandal going on this. And that I could tell you if you if you give me two hundred thousand I could get it to the right people where you will. Hey, dennis. Hey, Anthony, so names like Mike Miller names, like microbes porter Moser staff add modest been mentioned quite a bit here. And there who do you think is the next best candidate to be the UNLV head coach at European. A lot of great names, you know, Mike played at the highest level. He knows he knows what it what it takes to be a great basketball player. You know, you have a. No kidding. Pay for them. And you know, you get those bigger Pucci void, and you know, some of the NBA strategy to the college. I think that would be good. And then you have on the other coaches they have been. At the collegiate level is really hard. You know, I think we just need to find a Costa when you know, bring the best players not only on the court off the court. And the basketball player, you only have so many years to play, you know? Basketball. You know, one thing I love the ball line figuring day, right? That they were great people. Great coaches. So I think we need to greet somebody like that. Yeah. You know to get to the truth. And all that stuff is great. But. You need to build a foundation give us longevity, right? We break that down a guy Puerto mosier. He's not going to get blown out in a lot of games. He's gonna play close or not going to go on a five star guys. But the the the kids will they would definitely have strong GPA's. He knows how to lead men, but a guy like a Mike Miller. He's going to get the five star guys. It's gonna be an exciting brand of basketball. People are going to be very very excited to come to the games the practice. He's going to get very very strong guard play which is huge, obviously at the college level, especially at during March madness me look at Michigan state. They've basically built their foundational strong point guards like Cassius Winston without him this year. They're they're nowhere near the tournament degree with that. I definitely agree with that. You know, NAFTA ball. It's not always about you in the five star recruits. You know, my first couple of years that you know, we didn't. I don't believe we had any. We just had. Kali players that want to play together and wanted to win games. You know, you're printing ninety four feet the whole game. We had a very tough off even compare our bodies for things like that. And you know, parental defense us he didn't shoot the ball and greater. We didn't score high rates nothing like that. We didn't play great defense and that allowed us to get out and trying to easy. And you know, like, I said, you don't need the five star who's just need some like young men. Play your heart. Are willing to play for the name on the front of the jersey instead of the back. So so you would rather have the Mike Miller tap coach or the Puerto mosier coach. It's tough. Really seems between the two like you can't go wrong. Any you know? Your alternate goal and dream is to play at the. And. Not even outside of the next level might really was a great collegiate basketball player. You know what I mean? So he he won. So he knows what it takes to win at both levels. So that would be great. And then you have the other codes where he's a hard nose guy. You know, he's gonna bring the best player. So it's really a taught you can go to wrong. When talking about UNLV basketball. Anthony, the really really big part of the debate in the last few weeks to basically the last few years to be quite oswego been about what defines success with UNLV basketball now because I think there's the the the assumption that all you know, it's one of those teams as as JD points out in a lot of his point out that hey, it's one of three teams in the west coast. That's one a national championship. Or it's one of, you know, a t it's it's one of those three are schools that have won a national title in the last thirty years in is that the standard, or is it, you know, hey, maybe in the tournament every year. Hey, he need to be in the top three. What in your estimation? What do you when you think about UNLV basketball here in two thousand nineteen and going forward? What do you think success should be for this program? So easy. That's. I think it's a combination of all why why wouldn't you know, we want to be in the top three every year and make it to determine every year and work toward the national national title. I think anything that. You're you're telling this story, and we shouldn't be a rebel fan. Like, we say we say. Or to the highest level Papa will, you know, what I mean anything less than that is not unacceptable. Anthony, what'd you agreeing with me? Success for you on L the simply filling every damn seat Thomas. Right. That would be a nice start. Exactly strike. My next question. Not having three thousand fans at again. The week against air force. Standard true story. I was at a game. I was at the maybe San Jose State. It was just a horrible team and the student section the rebellion. They all had their rebellion shirts on our E L L I O N, really. And there there was seven of them. There was. Nine of them in the student section was fillings for a team that that won a national championship thirty years ago. Yeah. That is unbelievable. Anthony, where does what do you think? Where do you think Mervyn goes from ears? You're going to be picked up by somebody else is he gonna get another coaching job. And if so where do you think you would fit? I think he will get another coaches. I'm like, I said he would great person. And you know, you seem like you said that he had bit state, and you know, sometimes it just don't work out like that. You know what I mean? But I definitely think we will get another job. And I really don't I really don't know where we're next because I really haven't really been keeping up what schools have openings and things like that. But I I definitely think out have another coaching. Anthony Marshall joining us here on the Vegas. Take former UNLV runaround. We're talking about the coaching situation, the state of UNLV basketball and look the attendant. It's it's it's it's an honest question. Right. Because you pointed it out Anthony, it's not like the landscape is drastically different right than it was when you went back when you played at UNLV you guys were in in you know, as far as sports in Las Vegas. And and we're starting as early as it's just a matter of months from now, we're going to have the Las Vegas raiders here. We're have the Vegas Golden Knights, and there's going to be that even bigger battle for the almighty dollar as far as disposable income for people here in Vegas. And and I think something has to take place where it's something and something maybe drastic has to take place for the rebels to kind of get in that mix right in that. But you've got the summer league selling nineteen thousand tickets almost every single day. And there's going to be an NBA team here. I would say within three years. I I I agree. You know, it's killing me. The attendance here, Chris what do you know, what's killing the attendance there? They don't have a mini mini course on the topped off. Day. Anthony, full disclosure. Dennis is the golf guru here in Vegas. So he's he's partial to the lace. Chance you had a chance to play overseas. Play in Belgium, of course, the Netherlands as well as Israel's. Oh, yeah. That to be a tremendous experience for you get a chance to play possibly overseas out. It'd be awesome. Definitely is or. And looking to go back next season on a great experience. You know, you work so hard their whole life to reach a goal and playing basketball, and you know, to be able to travel the world and things that I read about in history books. Also, never be. And be able to make money doing what I love really great enjoyed during that. So it was definitely serious meeting different people different. You know? Cultures and things like that. It was great. Rebel, Anthony Marshall joining us here on the Vegas take with his perspective on all things UNLV basketball. And of course, some of us as well as on the on the dance and his career as well. Anthony, we appreciate the time have a great weekend. And we'll talk to you again soon. Okay. As soon as you find out what exactly the direction that UNLV decided to go with a coach you bye. Thanks a lot Anthony. Thanks good. Luck to you. Anthony marshall. And of course, he's referring to he had an unfortunate injury last year re tore his achilles tendon. Right. And so you know, that that can be tough thing. Especially a guy that's in the prime. He's twenty seven years old like move on the backside is career. So as. Because he says he's going back next year. And why not I mean, if he had the ability, and you had, you know, Jonah's unity for knowing nothing about basketball, you'd actually you did pretty well. He was trying to interject the gas STA. House. James? Is not all that thrilled about March madness. Former college basketball player, and that's the that's the way the dentist Gaza's crate. Seven zero two two five seven five three nine six is the phone number Dennis taking things. I can't believe Belan. Got prior gauge mitts he's heading to the west coast. He's headed down. Assuncao heading to the the more west coast. I guess. South south south or the western suburbs. California's San Diego. Yes. Sorry. Awesome. Love it gas lamp district. Pretty kidding me. Always have a good time. There had a chance Padre games there. Last summer. I'll be back unit again this year. It's a good spot Jaydee San Diego's spot. Yes. At my self. I have a prior employment that eighty to handle this weekend. It's going to be wild on the strip this. It's crazy stuff going down. There's conventions in town. I don't know what the conventions are. But there's people floating around is going to be a lot of good to Chris. Lots of tourists. Come in these little fishy tourists. Yes. Play some two four two four. They'll get better blow them up. I am going to get. I gotta get the game ready to be ready to roll down the Orleans and debt. Line that up. I can do it. Yeah. They'll be some poker players also town without a doubt. So. Yeah. So I assume Dennis Dennis probably get back into all the news, Washington DC style right with respect to Donald Trump. And as well as the investigation I'd love to hear from people. You know, we'll talk about the Muller report talk about whatever golf, dammit. I mean of listeners play golf any question about the majors or players or whatever, you know, give me a shout out, man. I mean, let me hear from you. And there is a lot of people rooting for the old guy last week right in the Players Championship. Of course with Jim Furio, especially how old guy softly JD because he's he's right, right? Especially golf gambling. There was there was a time six months ago, I met Dennis for the first probably here ago and seems longer within the first week of meeting him. He had showed me a ticket fifty to one. He took a golfer fifty to one that ended up winning took three golfers. Yeah. That's solid. One. Really knows his stuff. I thought I did pretty good with picking two of the four major champion. Show today on the new Las Vegas Sandra on Facebook live a Jeep plug. My gal that I had on today's a wonderful teacher. She picked three out of the four NATs law. Well, you pointed out. JD? Would you point out took the fifty to one shot but did the fifty to one shot come in? Did he win it? Yes. Oh, sorry. Thank you. Hey, we could take them all day long. What I'm Brian Stewart? I'm taking my Miskin boy. Stewart was twelve to one one was thirty one fifty to one and out of those three the fifty to one hit. Yeah. I'm gonna take my pretty VJ Singh at seventy try trying to knock out a w I think he could do it. Yeah. How about two fifty to one VJ income I go to Ellis Island a rating for crying. Call toll. Okay. Some of the vowels. Very underrated barbecue. It's the Vegas going away on a Friday. We'll close it out with the final segment. Dennis silvers. Take you home. I'm Chris waiting for pride. Shapiro along with j d sharp. We're coming here. We live from Las Vegas on one one point five FM seven twenty eight on the.

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Nearly 3 in 4 Americans are reportedly afraid of self-driving cars, study says

Steve Cochran

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Nearly 3 in 4 Americans are reportedly afraid of self-driving cars, study says

"A new study from the triple a says Americans don't fully trust self driving cars. The survey released today shows four out of five Americans are afraid to have their loved ones ride in fully self-driving vehicles. Triple a spokesperson Beth mosier says the study also found that about forty four percent were comfortable with fully self-driving vehicles. This comes as a number of cars and car companies are testing those self dry. Having

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"mosier" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"mosier" Discussed on WEEI

"He's never killed anybody. He's not a I would say the bad guy at all a marches to the drum. He's got an attitude. I know that and he does he's very comfortable. I guess or disciplined, but he was terrific player. And like I said he doesn't have a criminal. She at least not yet. We know about the case in Houston. So. I think the pastry yards for that. Right. Yeah. Right. But I do think a small winner in this town is Chris long because the way it was lined up for the eagles was that grand Graham came back on the extension. He's gonna start dark one going to start. And you had Michael Bennett. Chris long fighting for that guy who comes in in the past rushing packages when Brandon Graham moves inside and Chris wants to play more, and he played really well for the eagles over the last two years in a in a situational role. And he wanted more time than now he stands to get more snaps. Jeff motion. Joining me at Jeff most your G E O F F mosier NFL you heard biggie. Bobby beats produced the show brought you back in with some big man March ninth Dame, which he dies years ago. I my goodness feels like five ten years ago, but it's been much longer than that. What's the first song that comes to your mind? Get along. You know, give me too. Give me the loop first album. What listening to the what was the third song on the album? And I remember for the first time, you're like, okay, you're liking this. You know, you're done change. And then that's just brought his whole repertoire to win a new light. It's like literally him versus him with a sampled voice. That's a little higher so up sound like he's talking to somebody else. And the lyrical wordplay song was I was tremendous. So that's the first thing. I I think it's one of his probably most underrated. It's all appreciated rather? Have a good night man at Jeff most your f-, most your NFL. Thanks, man. Coming up Casserly Murray. This back and forth is it's not a back and forth. It's really, what's I guess the back and forth between one person and his brain. And we'll try to unpack that and figure out what the hell's going on as the odds are pretty strong towards Murray being the number one pick in the NFL draft eight on shandra respiration radio..

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"mosier" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"mosier" Discussed on WGN Radio

"One million people each year, you may be of another faith or no faith, but you have faith in us. Thank you. You can help it kept the charities dot net. This is Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN still ahead here. The opening bell results of a new survey shows Latinos who launching more businesses achieving higher levels of education reaching the C suite more often, we'll have that after the news coming up but first over to the newsroom, Jen desalvo's standing by. With the latest news headlines. Jan good morning. Good morning. Steve early voting in the city of Chicago has been running a little behind last year, even though voter registration numbers are up statistics from the Chicago Board of election show about eighty thousand more early voting ballots so far then four years ago in two thousand fourteen but still over one hundred thousand less than twenty sixteen presidential election. Aaa has announced this morning that gas prices across Illinois and Indiana are dropping with drivers paling near nearly thirty cents less than they did a month ago. Beth mosier director of public affairs for AAA says that we could see gas prices start to increase again based on the November fifth. Iran sanctions and effects from the midterm elections and two men got into an argument resulting in gun fire over a minor traffic accident and the two hundred block of east seventy sixth street overnight. Police say the drivers were sharing insurance information when the argument began and then the gun came out a passenger is in serious condition. And the shooter has not yet been caught WGN sports. Here's Dave Bennett sports. Sponsored this morning by northwestern basketball. Chicago's big ten team the bears made it back to back wins hands split their four game run against the AFC east with a dominating performance in buffalo key by their defense. You know, forty one to nine win bears now five and three and a top the NFC north, they hosted droid Sunday. Talk to the hall of Famer, Dan Hampton this morning. Get his thoughts at seven ten last night. Tom Brady passed for two hundred ninety four yards. Enter touchdown James white scored twice as the patriots. Beat the Packers thirty one seventeen. No, more, unbeaten. Teams left in the NFL after drew Brees passed for three touchdowns connecting with Michael Thomas twelve times for a saints record two hundred eleven yards at a forty five thirty five win over the Rams the saints seven and one the Rams fall to eight and what cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo ties for the gold glove at first in the National League. He was the only Chicago winner. The Blackhawks you're off for a few days. Our xfinity Blackhawks report the next plate Thursday against Carolina. Bulls are in action tonight, they play in New York coach Collins and the cats return to the new Welsh.

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"mosier" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"mosier" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Acclaimed Africa mosier night at porta Sanford performing arts and the great city of DeKalb county Decatur, and I'll be the host on Saturday night Africa night, we want you to come out and your Africa garb if you like to come to that be called the number thirteen I can give you tickets to that event Saturday at seven thirty at the porta Sanford performing arts center want to remind you they is a very important election election. Do have consequences Reverend Timothy McDonnell and the voter empowerment project and a number of organization N double ACP, host of others. Having a political forum rally get out to vote effort rebel mcdonagh. How're you DB? I'm only. So much doing great. And just wondering by people out there tonight for this. We always have the. Having them every election. It's a community get out the vote rallies. Nonpartisan 'cause we believe when our people turn out our people win Bishop Thomas Brown CME Bishop is going to be our speaker. And if it's so powerful during that this time like everybody's been working together. Right. NAACP to vote impoundment collect collaborative urban lead AME church time black clergy beat. Everybody's been working. And we see the results and the turnout, but here's what I fear is and people aren't paying attention to this could end up with the runoff. Yeah. And we really boost the turnout even further I'd say bring it on home. And we don't want people to relax. And so we're putting everything we possibly can enter turning out this vote. So the rallies going to be at first dot koneohe by forty two Moreland avenue. South east that just to block south of I twenty. So it's easier to get sixty eight as an apple real easy to get to. And all the candidates have been invited on all the parties. And I'm sure there will be some there is some representatives of candidates that are there. But the people need to know what they're voting for two and one of the things I've had at least three or four people call the day one and know about the amendments, and I know the black caucus has done a good job at put now the sheet, and I have a couple in my car Helen Butler and have anything on there that people can pick up the. We can concern by verdict on the amendments. Right. Doctor Dr boom over clock at you. Now, always very thorough. I may kind of who I followed to be honest with you. But most of our people don't really know the details of the they do not they do not. And they are always worded very tricky lease. So they you thank you voting for apple pie and ice cream. And you end up something that is not in print outs. Ruben love is had for not just on the amendments. We try to explain it. We can't our own amendment. You can be audible gate you ought to vote on amendment. Just can't do that. And we need to make sure particularly amendment four, which is marshy bitter rights amendment. We tell you about it make sure they vote. Yes. On that. But there are others will not affect individually right at all if I were for the rest of your life and just going to be your opinion about how that should be dealt with. But we will have that information there. Helen, Butler, the people's agenda put out a beautiful card up every candidate with their pitcher. Right. Because what we've also been saying to people it's not just one African American candidate running. And and there are other African American who are running that we need to be aware of schools state schools that well that insurance Commissioner african-amer we got running for congress that we need to know about. And so we just wanna take this last ditch epidemic educate people about who's on the ballot and what is on the ballot. And how important it is to turn out. I just saw on Facebook. But don't put my college students isolated March to the ballot box. I mean, and it was so powerful. And so I wish somebody would happen here in Atlanta. Yeah. Students got together and they come on. And you know, we did that with the students President Obama's. Yes. Yeah. Her all the way, it was a beautiful thing to see brain tears because those are the promises of tomorrow and those on the leaders of tomorrow and today rep tell everybody what time they need to be at first I comb five forty two Moreland avenue and tell everybody where they'd be. Mclaughlin. I'm telling you now. Rebel love. And now, we're pretty strong on that. It's going to be a lot of music. It's going to be we're not going to be some use. It will be some good time. Like an old get out the vote mass meeting, and we're looking forward to Bishop Thomas round, the new Bishop the CME church quick. And in fact, like. Mcdonell Commissioner is going to be presenting him seems a great. Yes. He's gonna be presenting him that evening. And so we invited the whole public to come out. I I con review they're out quite new generation. They are they're gonna sing a couple of numbers. Hank Stewart is going to become in there as well poet to share a nice form and inspire and encourage us. We got a brand new staying home with the greatest thing that we're concerned about get a runoff. We do not do well in a runoff. Nope. On the first ballot brother, we just gotta turn out people out. And when we turn out people out they will vote the right way. Dot com. Five forty two Molin avenues just blocks south of I twenty sixty eight as an apple you'll be right there. And we're going to have an awesome time to get this vote out and to bring it home. Mcdon-? We appreciate you. Thank you be. Appreciate you. But it they get you two four eight nine two two seven zero three people been calling all day will vote education. What about the amendments go to? I I called you report to I I called neom on Thursday this Thursday two days from now. Five forty two more than avenue enact guarantee you. I tell you. It's grandma would say add on to control you. Netted going to be somebody that can explain every amendment to you. Until can told you that full four eight nine two two seven zero three all you gotta do is get up and go to first. Now remember now Jacobs shell not lose his reward. Is if Israel don't obey. In other words, untold you where to go how to go where to do it? And how to do it? It ain't no me. No MO is on you. Now what you gonna do four four eight nine two two seven zero three. We've got to win a foot Africa emojis ticket debt. I will will Debra. Debra. Yes. You can you got a way to get out death Saturday to the porter Sanford? Yes, I do you got somebody. That's gonna come with you. Yes. I do. I know. I won't see you. Then. Now, you make sure you come holler at me 'cause I'll be up in s added seven thirty. Yes. 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After Sexual-Assault Suit, Celebrity Chef Mike Isabella's Restaurant Group Filing for Bankruptcy

Ben Shapiro

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

After Sexual-Assault Suit, Celebrity Chef Mike Isabella's Restaurant Group Filing for Bankruptcy

"Celebrity chef Mike Isabela once had more than a dozen restaurants in the DC area. Now, he's going bankrupt after being accused of sexual harassment. The Washington Post reports the top chef alum filed for bankruptcy protection for his businesses yesterday. The March lawsuit by a former top manager accused Isabela and his partners of touching her without permission and talking about her

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"mosier" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"mosier" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Center the burning of excess natural gas especially in the Permian basin cost the state of Texas a bunch of money in. Some environmentalists, are, also arguing about it Jeff mosier covers the energy industry in Texas for the, Dallas Morning News producing oil they're also. Producing natural gas well they're. They're there for the oil that's the main thing, the natural gas byproduct but. If they start producing oil and they get too much, gas or they're not hooked, into the natural gas distribution system then they have to do something with. That gas or they can't produce oil mosier says the percentage of natural gas being flared is small that the volumes are significant, the Dallas school district is one of. Two Texas recipients of five. Year grants aimed at boosting. Graduation rates and helping kids Shannon trae oh is with the DISD The Gates Foundation has actually awarded, what's called a network for school, improvement grant to the university of. Pittsburgh it's a multiyear, multimillion dollar grant that's based on increasing the number of African American. Latino English learner and low income students in in their what called they're on track. Placement beginning in ninth grade. That's, their, ability to graduate on time. And to get into, college and to be. On track to be successful in the labor market and Dallas ISD is going to play a partnership role with the university, of Pittsburgh in twelve of our campuses where we will be able to utilize. The university's training expertise and implementation cycles to help make our, students in Dallas ISD a. Huge part of that successful grant that's pretty cool seven and a half million dollars or so and it's six six six. High, schools. And, six middle schools and Most of them what is it about eight out of the twelve are. In the southern part of the DISD pretty much yes we're actually at does your feeder patterns so six. Feeder patterns and they represent a population across the district again we're we're working on creating equity across our district and we feel like this grant and. The expertise to the, university of Pittsburgh is, going to help us create that equity per student the Dallas school district just gotta be for the new grading system which was good news according to the superintendent mister Dr Hinojosa what are some of the things that the DISD has been doing that this grant will help push forward part of this study is going to begin in focusing on reading and writing skills for eighth and ninth grade students and. So part of, that be encompasses students being able to meet. Expectations on their, state, assessments as well as demonstrate their writing, skills And the grant will specifically. Support, those, two areas reading and writing we're going to, start with eighth and ninth grade in the first year and then in each consecutive year we're going to expand out until we hit. A six twelve continuum planned educate Texas which is part of the, communities foundations of Texas is getting five hundred thousand dollars from the Gates Foundation to help boost math scores in schools around the area still to come the latest on? Some road closures traffic and weather together on the eights take with you the best way to listen to NewsRadio ten. Eighty KRLD is on the radio dot com app download it.

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Mexico City, Susan Davis and Npr discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:27 min | 2 years ago

Mexico City, Susan Davis and Npr discussed on Weekend Edition Sunday

"This is weekend edition from npr news i'm little garcia navarro hosting from mexico city this morning and i'm susan davis in washington dc in late twenty fifteen michigan state officials admitted the drinking water in flint was poisoned by lead the city's moved to switch the water supply to the flint river was corroding pipes and leaching lead into the drinking water and the public may never have known about any of it if not for the work of one local doctor dr mona hannah a teasha is a pediatrician and researcher at the hurley medical center in flint and over the course of several sleepless weeks she went from knowing nothing about the city's water supply to becoming a whistleblower who scientifically proved that flint's kids were being exposed to let she tells her side of the flint story in a new book with the is don't see and i wanted to know more about what that title means we literally cannot see leaden water it's odorless it's tasteless it's it's clear we also don't see the consequences for years if not decades later but this book is also beyond flint it's about the people the places in the problems that we choose not to see flint was a forgotten city neglected really for decades but ultimately this title is about the ability for all of us to see the problems that are right in front of us and to make a difference in our communities why is led so dangerous for children so ladd as probably the most well studied neurotoxins we've known about it evilness really for centuries yet we've continued to put it in industrial goods it impacts children the most because as when children do brains are developing it impacts combination actually dropping iq levels at alters a child's entire life course trajectory see you know this as a doctor and you write in the book that you have your friend ellen over for dinner and she's a water researcher and she just kinda says you hey you know what you should really look at the water in flint and is it fair to say this set you often what i would call me be a bit of a crusade absolutely it began a quest so yeah i was at home glass of wine in my hand and my friend just happened to be a water expert happened to be with the epa and she she's the one that told me for the very first time that the water wasn't being treated properly and that there were probably be leading the water any pediatrician with a bath round in public health or environmental health anybody who knows what led does and knows some of our most vulnerable kids all over not only in flint but detroit and chicago and dc some of our most kids already had higher rates of legs mosier just like our kids already didn't flint so when i heard of the potential of population wide lead exposure in our drinking water i freaked out i had to see if that lead in the water was was getting into the size of our children so conducted research i i tried to get that data from the state and from the county and the state in the county at this point are saying the water's fine literally saying relax that it meets all compliance guidelines for eighteen months they were reassuring the people flint who her role said i think something's wrong my water tastes weird it looks weird the colors weird but the state was saying everything was fine and then i conducted probably the easiest research project i've i've ever done and i just looked at children's lead levels over time and what we saw was that children's lead levels which we do part of routine screening had increased in.

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AP News in Brief at 11:04 p.m. EDT

News, Traffic and Weather

01:47 min | 2 years ago

AP News in Brief at 11:04 p.m. EDT

"Letter president helping the brakes on what may be accomplished at the summit if anything he says the relationship between the us and north korea is already improving but denuclearizing the peninsula will be a process i never said it goes in one meeting i think it's going to be a process does your political insights from abc news i'm janine norman in washington melania trump stayed behind while the president left on a weekend getaway friday making it twenty two days since she last appeared in public president donald trump board of the presidential helicopter friday afternoon with his daughter ivanka and tiffany oldest son donald junior and soninlaw jared kushner the white house had said earlier friday that she would skip this trip but gave no official reason a lawyer tapped to lead a task force of the environmental protection agency overseeing cleanups of the nation's most polluted places worked until recently for top chemical and plastics manufacturer potentially responsible for creating some of those toxic sites stephen d cook has been named as the new chair of the superfund task force which epa administrator scott pruitt created last year to revamp how the agencies oversee cleanups komo aaa traffic every ten minutes on the fours woman senior woolley state route nine northbound and southbound at mosier road still working collision blocking the right lane new problem on the olympic peninsula pleasant harbour brennan area southbound us one oh one year black point road an accident traffic reduced to a single lane in each direction and in seattle of course we have the big project i five and that is closing things down on five from the west seattle bridge northbound into downtown and otherwise looking pretty good around the area of.

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"mosier" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

Escape the Rat Race Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"mosier" Discussed on Escape the Rat Race Radio

"Very fortunate i mean it depends on what stage in life you but you're very fortunate you may find that you actually need to earn a quite a bit less you had been and that is a great mosier dicey because if i call on whatever it was i needed to running my own business with all mine knowledge skills and attributes they something desperately wrong so that's a good start point and then step three he's all about what i call stop she notre mom spiracy and again this is the challenge for most people christian i haven't gone clue who they are and what he goes offer yes i might know go number of transferable skills as everyone has but so well you know what i call the complete package it's all about have personal attributes and attitude as well in the infamous some zig ziglar i don't think he's quote your attitude not your attitude determines your altitude i love that quote me so true isn't it you know it's back to the again if if you believe you can count you'll relate to it the thing which you probably have many times because it's all about that but once you understand more about the skills you have you actually peaks your attitude knowledge base and not just a works so many clues hidden talents come out with stuff that people do outside the workplace things they do in their own time and they never actually thought about you know they've got some brilliant talents in certain areas so often the things outside of work that some unlock the sort of hidden talent to delight your chievements in life but your connections and of course when you start a business for your own your connections become fundamental as you well know and your strengths and arguably your personal brand and understanding personal brand becomes more and more potent as we said earlier as you go down the process should be like once you've done that sort of i three steps and it was my righteous coach who i alluded swiss these all three very definite personal development steps that most people don't do in general career development but then lease on step four which is some exploring.

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"mosier" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"mosier" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"So a first trimester exposure would most likely affect a child's or babies what makes a child so very susceptible well for one they have immature detoxification pathway and so our bodies our design you e foreign chemical and work to try and make them more siobhan so we can excrete than that of urine a child athlete of doing that is really not much sure it hasn't developed so they don't have a means for toxic buying a lot of chemicals and the other thing is during pregnancy obviously that you know there are critical stages of development during the first trimester you have organ on genesis happening oregon's developing then you have differentiation neurons that are occurring and so any kind of insult during one of these critical stages can actually have a huge impact what about on other population groups i've heard people express concerns about if we're spraying these neurotoxins children are the most vulnerable what about neuro development or the effects on our brains as we get older a lot of studies have read has inside you or exposure to pesticides to narrow degenerative disease like parkinson's disease all heimer is we hear the growing body of evidence suggests during the vulnerable periods of time the both the senior our twilight period and in the prenatal period that there can be overwhelming impacts from these toxic mosier sued the incidences of parkinson's that we see in an older population if i'm understanding you correctly they can be linked back to exposure during childhood while we don't know we don't know i mean the the studies that have been presented are looking at more recent exposures and parkinson ian is a degenerative disease in general so maybe they're looking at where somebody has lived for the last ten years and then onset of this new degenerative disease we don't really have enough information to go back to childhood and try and understand what's happening in childhood that can affect you as an adult but a lot of these birth cohort studies that we've been working on the children are now adult they're now in their twenties and it represents a great opportunity to test the progression of their health and whether these early childhood or prenatal exposures are somehow linked to the development of.

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"mosier" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mosier" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"So there are team i thought kansas state had a very good year very good year not just because they're playing the ncaa tournament but you know your point guard goes down midway through the big twelve and you actually play as well or play better after that injured mine let's get to some of our special guests on all let's welcome in puerto mosier head coach of cinderella loyalist chicago and it's it's interesting i've actually come to learn a lot about loyal at not because of watching your team but talking to other athletic directors i hey did you know that they built a beach on campus did you know that the the the school itself is starting to take students from other private schools and now the sudden like the student body is expanded when you first got to lola what what was the place like what was the tenor of the university athletics was the twenty ninth topic that would come up when you talked about it wasn't it wasn't part of who we were and that's it's it's an unbelievable academic school it's gorgeous they put so much into the campus it's on the lake i can see out my window and see lake michigan right here and so that that part of it and so the grind of to go from where literally there was hardly anybody in the stands and to see all the videos go viral of this this run and see the the chicago skyline lit up go loyola it's been it's been so you know cool rewarding especially from maybe in from chicago and it's just the buzz the energy i think it's going to change the direction the university forever.

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Final 4: Kansas, Villanova, Michigan And Loyola-Chicago Survive And Advance

NBC Sports Radio

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Final 4: Kansas, Villanova, Michigan And Loyola-Chicago Survive And Advance

"Not yet they both come on oh my so does it villanova had like a team chaplain not as other story said the duke lost blue devils is a good one i like that's a good one the move on move all right so the sister jean story lives on loyola chicago dominates kansas state seventy eight sixty two it's a great story right let's talk i forget take sister jean out of it loyola chicago is tied now for the lowest seeded team to ever make a final four along with three other number eleven's okay are the fourth number eleven to make it all the way to a final four but let's be perfectly honest about loyola chicago in this run okay first of all they're obviously a good team there's talent on that team marcus towns is a quality player i mean porter mosier is a very good coach this is a team that went on the road to a power five conference schools in the sec florida one that's great it's obviously there are not a bad team they beat a six seed in the first round whoop de do it's miami they beat a three seed in tennessee in the second round and then they face a nine seat okay shooting face a seven seat in nevada now they face a ninety they faced a six three seven and a nine what i'm trying to say is this it's not the hardest road that's had to be to get to a final four okay it's not the hardest road we've seen to win a region i mean they had made me that's the divine intervention i don't know the fact is they have played four games against a six three seven and a nine you couldn't have written a more perfect script for this team all right i remember people like yeah i think that loyal chicago is gonna pull a first round upset five hundred forty five or so graduates of loyal chicago have actually picked this final four the way it is and you know damn well that every single person that euler chicago to win the south when toyota chicago right or has a parent that went to loyalist chicago or is right now like gonna go to loyal loyola chicago and frankly twelve those guys around the team okay.

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"mosier" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"mosier" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"On sunday and i'm live i am live on a sunday night i am i'm not gonna find this you know everything i had set up for the show is all crashed and gone it's a miracle were on it's just a miracle were on the what i wanna talk to you now i have to do this to what i wanted to talk to you about is how do i deal with the neighbors think about gretna green nitra product projects the projects in in southeast washington dc any government project think about how those are lit at night those hideous government housing projects think about the giant prison lighting that is lighting the pathways around every one of those public housing projects at hideous hideous right light that makes your skin look purple that lighting the ugliest slide either is the brightest sliding they feel they can find the the the lighting that they have on prisons i'm lying in bed first night in the new house i'm lying in bed the first night of the new house and all of a sudden i think i'm on broadway i'm thinking at the opening of a home depot there's giant light coming into my window i'm not talking about a car going by i'm not talking about a fat flashlight between the houses i'm talking about giant prison lighting coming into the windows neighbors on one side have giant prison lighting on the side of their house that goes on and off all night based on sensor motion they've got a sensor mosier motion thing on this light and it flashes on and off all night it covers the house and half the block in a sea of this bright ugly light not the nice incandescent light not even police light much worse than that it's this harsh government housing type light why they would buy this and put this on a private residence house on a quote nice street i don't know but i don't know what to do about the neighbors and i could really use your advice because my instinct is.

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"mosier" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"mosier" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Bottom of the championship fly with a sixty four down there staying in louis lee from hebrew springs arkansas well on sunday on the arlington staying in lewis went out in blitz the field where they twelve under par sixty putting three teams in at twenty under par lebron others danny rayban john mosier from northwest arkansas and barry howard the director of golf and his partner scott parker all finished at twenty eight hundred par we went into a playoff they all pardon number one on the arlington course the lease and the howard howard parker team birdied both birdied number two that senate rival and mosier back to the clubhouse and number three the lee brothers birdied and the howard parker team did not so staying in louis if you can believe that guys are your dog girl to manage scramble champions wow what a what a finish and what a great start to this avic which will become a great tradition the scramble event and those two guys ain't nothing but winners tell the story about the fact that they have won a national title both of them have won that title tells the story that is so unusual that they're both from the same town and their brothers and it's incredible really well on the first day that stan was eligible in two thousand seven he went out he turned fifty five the first day the tournament he went up to wichita kansas in one the us national senior amateur and four years later in two thousand eleven i believe louis had turned fifty five just maybe a couple of days before the tournament instead lewis went to kinloch golf club outside of richmond virginia and won the two thousand eleven senior immature now obviously they both had to qualify in arkansas but to have two springs arkansas win national championships essentially four years apart on their first essentially wake of elgibility pretty impressive very impressive in an incredible and also impressive to me was the fact that one brother beat the other brother and that brother wound up caddying for the other which was fantastic that was from lewis guys real quickly before we get away i have to step aside i want to congratulate my sister we're in columbia missouri today my sister last night got the alumni lifetime achievement award for the university of missouri college of education my sister got.

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"mosier" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"mosier" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"For the opposition party without giving it immediate control but in november control the house will be at stake lambs approach was similar to many candidates recruited by rahm emanuel in two thousand six the last time democrats overturned a republican house majority their local routes and moderate positions were adapted to local terrain that something the out party can do while the imparting is usually stuck with the president's profile which is true but it's not clear that democrats have been his canny this year as a manual was a dozen years ago they have some one thousand two hundred candidates running for the four hundred and thirty five house seats a great many of them full throated trump haters and democratic primary voters may resist party leaders efforts to bolster moderate candidates when the democratic congressional campaign committee urged voters in texas seven congressional district a target seat with many upscale voters not to vote for the leftist lorrimore they responded by voting for mosier ran better on election day that in early voting and is a good chance to be nominated in the may twenty second run off the danger for democrats is that they'll be seen as campaigning for impeachment contrary to pelosi's warnings and as echoing the sentiments expressed by hillary clinton this week on her book promotion tour in india she characterized the the areas voting four her as optimistic diverse dynamic moving forward in contrast to the ones that had voted for obama but said the voted for for trump excuse me spurt her looking backwards you know you didn't like black people getting right she didn't like women you know getting jobs you don't want to you know and by the way the zorin quotes see the indianamericans succeeding more than you are white female trump voters she said acted because they were acting because of the ongoing pressure to vote the way that your husband your boss your son whoever believes you should such virtual signaling appeals to those who still haven't accepted the outcome of the two thousand sixteen election but it risks repelling voters in district's like pennsylvania eighteen who will determine which party controls the house next year so again what what you're also talking about too is you know lamb and i don't know lamb but the fact is he can be a complete fraud and total liberal.

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