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"pretty university" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:07 min | 6 d ago

"pretty university" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Has mentioned the very top. It is fight night tonight, Belmont University. Pretty university in the gorgeous, very plush green state of Tennessee. Actually, many, many years ago when I started my career with Scott Kaplan down in South Florida told the story before we were syndicated in about 60 markets, first with Sports Fan Radio Network and then with Joel Hollander, your old buddies Westwood, one old boss, trying Yetis in about 60 markets and One of the markets we were in was in Tennessee. It wasn't Memphis or national. It was a smaller it was actually Clarksville. Take the last train to Clarksville. You sure? Sure. Right there on the border of Kentucky. Rough places, the temptations right on. That was the monkey's butt. You will do well. So we actually went one summer because you're again in Tennessee was one of our spots, and John Daly, the professional golfer, the guy that got involved in drugs and just a complete psycho he would put on this charity golf tournament every summer in Tennessee. So we're on in Tennessee and clogs for one of our 60 markets. And John Daly invite Scott not to do our radio show live from the golf course. And they had a ton of superstars there that they folks like Steve Spurrier. He was the coach of the Florida Gators. Big and Rich. You know, the two very payments. Country singers. All these folks are there. And we do the show from the golf tournament that day, and that night we were invited. To the Grand Ole Opry. Now, let me just say this if you think I come off like a Jew, Gene, Brooklyn wannabe tough guy now. You should have seen me when I started my career with Scott in the late 19 nineties. That's all I was. That's all I was. So when I show up with the Grand Ole Opry, I know you've been there to Bernie. You could just imagine how I stick out like a sore thumb. Thank you, Neil Radio Rogers. So long story short. To go to the Grand Ole Opry. Because at the time, Vince Gill was a major superstar. Nice guy, remember, I know. And he was anonymous friend. He was right. He was very nice. So I had no idea who he was. I never heard of Vince Gill. I'm from Brooklyn. You kid me. I saw him out there eating barbecue. It's gorgeous. Now you've never seen a green or more trees. Maur Plush city, Right. It's just causes. Data's gorgeous, right. Some Sedna watching Vince Gill and by the end of his show, he calls some lady up. Some lady up to come on stage and sing with them. And and she's a beautiful lady, a beautiful lady, and it turns out he's actually very famous. And her name is Amy Grant, which again I had no idea. She was a single arrived right now. I don't know. Country music. So they're up on stage singing together and I look over at Scott, my go. Is he banging her? You have to understand. That was a taboo question, because Amy Grant was a very, very religious right Gospel, Jesus and Scott's like, Oh, my God, Are you not Don't say that here? Of course not. She's a god bearing gospel singer. He's married off court one week later. One week later, bombshell. I'm not going to believe this. Vince Gill is with Amy Grant on and I saw it that night and I never forgot that story. 20 years later, I just from the way they moved up on stage. I know. That they were not doing the work. Jesus and they've been married ever since by is that right? And marry that married to this day again. They got subsequently got married and still so today, still so today, so they're still doing the work of nobody's perfect said Everybody strays. He who is without sin, right? You know? Well, I'm not. I'm not passing any judgment because you're right. That would be hypocritical of just about all of us, right? I would never do that. But I just saw it that night. And so now, when I When I see Tennessee think about that you got some good radar, bro. I I knew it. I could tell melted this sexual tension eyes. I felt evident. I felt it so no one was watching. For example, Bret Bear last night and Martha MacCallum. At this stage of beautiful Belmont University in Tennessee couldn't help. But think of Vince Gill on Amy. Grandpa on a serious note. It is an exciting night. It is a It is a very big night like we talked about yesterday. This is not exactly going out on a ledge. I would expect this will be the highest waiting's for a presidential debate ever, ever could be a pivotal in this election? It could be really could be. Ah, Biden had the Momenta for a long time. Lost it for a little bit when and went into hiding for Ah, like four days. I mean, it was really unprecedented that AH candidate two weeks before an election would just drop out of you. Anyway, he will reappear tonight. While they said he's actually been working on this debate. That's what they say He's working on the debate. But I mean, you can't do both with people of President Trump was in North Carolina last night. Let's do you want a president who can only just do like one thing, memorize a bunch of facts, and that's it. Look, where they're going to do is trot him out. As the president has said before they're gonna shoot him in the ass with some, You know, stimulants, Tio make him somewhat alert right two hours and put him back back in the basement. I will again. The pressure's not on Joe Biden. If you believe the polls, the pressure's on Donald Trump, right, he's trailing. He's got to come back. He has to regain the trust of Americans. And so if you believe the polls all the pressure is on Donald Trump tonight, not Joe bite so well, I would say this, but it has been slipping in the polls for a week. At least a week. He's been slipping in the polls and I don't know what this Ah Asshole hunter by the laptop thing has had what effect it's out on. The boat has been no real polling since then. No, But I'll tell you this everybody, including Republicans and our very own good, fun, Miranda Divine in today's New York Post,.

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"pretty university" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:47 min | 2 months ago

"pretty university" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Make a point about working conditions registered nurses at hospitals owned by the For profit H. A healthcare plan protest today in Florida, Missouri, Kansas in Nevada over what they say is a continue lack of covert 19 personal protective equipment. Jane Ross is president of the National Nurses United Union. It's unconscionable. We are working under dire circumstances. We nurses have been harping on this and trying to get the hospital To do the right thing. The nurses say they're having to re use single use and 95 mask. Among other things. Jim Krystle, a CBS News a link has been uncovered involving weight and covert 19. French researchers have found a clear relationship between obesity and more severe cases of the Corona virus. They found almost all intensive care patients with Kobe 19, who are severely obese end up on a ventilator. That compares to less than half of those with a healthy body mass index. They also discovered nearly all covert 19 patients in the I C U were overweight or obese. Nancy Chin CBS News The probe is under way into the former leader of a well known private college in the U. S. Southeast Pretty University has hired an outside legal firm to conduct an independent investigation of Jerry Falwell Junior's tenure as president of the Evangelical School School's board says it will be a wide ranging inquiry that will include financial, realestate and legal matters. Last Tuesday fall Well resigned from the post he had held since 2007. The resignation followed the published interview in which a much younger business partner of the Falwell family said he had a year's long sexual relationship with Becky Falwell and that Falwell Junior participated in some of the liaisons as a voyeur. In a statement to The Associated Press, Falwell and his wife said, they welcome any inquiry and have nothing to hide. I Mike Rossia.

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"pretty university" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

Veteran On the Move

07:52 min | 3 months ago

"pretty university" Discussed on Veteran On the Move

"Really look forward to talk about motorcycles in recent in what you're doing these days before we get to do that. Take us back to us about your experience in the in the army and the National Guard. Hey thanks for having me. So I joined the National Guard into two, and I was still in college that point I enlisted and went through basic training in Fort Leonard, wood and I was NBC at the time, which of course switch to burn, but that's nuclear, biological and chemical. The cool thing about that for me. Is that man I could be at all different types of units I, was in a transportation unit I was in a regular chemical unit. And then. In two thousand, eight, I was in a aviation unit. we got our orders to deploy. and. Our area of operations was southern Iraq in Kuwait. And I knew I didn't want to sit in the supply room, and so I manage to hurry up and finish my degree before I left Pretty University. And So an opportunity came up to board as a Blackhawk Gutter. And there was eight spots in the entire battalion, and is pretty high, sought after and thankfully somehow I managed to get one of those spots. I think. I didn't anticipate the the negative feeling from the guys around me because I'd never really experienced that before. I'd always kind of been one of the guys anyway, so it was no big deal, but they were. They were more than happy. I think for a while But eventually you know because you beat a couple of them out couple of trying to get the slot and you took slot away from somebody. Yeah, and they. Of course you know, said Oh. It must've been equal opportunity and all this other things, and it's like okay guys. You know But eventually it got. To the point where you know, they're talking crap around the table and you know talking about what they say. The girls next door and I'm like you would say that, and it's like well. Of course we would say it in front of a girl and I'm like. What am I? Point out good. And, so that was. Really Awesome experience for me. you know one being able kind of break down? Those barriers although at the time. I just wanted to do something cool. You know didn't want spit. Inspire him just WanNa have some fun But then I came back from the deployment and my original plan was to go to med school, but I really you know after you're making decent money going back to. Making nothing just didn't seem that good to me. And there was another chance to deploy on the border. Working on the border between Mexico and the United States, and I have to say that that was probably one of the most fun missions ever had. Six mission. Yes. Yes, it was awesome. Those back in the nineties. and. See now when we got there, it was. Just how I am I I want to change things I want to make things better. I want to push the limits when I got there my soldiers standing on a on a hilltop, and if they didn't have a scope, they still stay on saint hilltop like well. You can't see with a flair. What are we doing and so I kinda managed to be friends? One of the border patrol supervisors. And show that we were capable of so much more than what they were having. Stew and able to integrate us a lot more I think we ended up accounting for twenty five percent of total station. Apprehensions might might team so super proud of them for that and they were all. Very happy to help Of course, we weren't in hand on role because that'd be a little controversial to have militarized troops at the border so. We were just walking people in using scopes and in in and other imaging technologies. But that was a great mission. loved it, and unfortunately all good things have to come to an end did. And so at that point. I had to figure out what to do now I was. I guess four years out of college. And had no real experience in the workforce other than the military. And my degree from pretty was in neuro science, and so to bridge that I became an operations, NCO and so I kind of went down operations lane You know that's what I'd done with the Border Patrol mission as I had changed RTP's and managed to integrate us really well within that the border talk fame. And so I looked into on finding a job in biotech. San Diego hotbed for bio attack, so that seemed like a good fit, and I went over there and. Started helping them. Implement? Automation machines. which totally worked with the with the operations and making us oh PS in Canada. The really regimented way to the Harry does things with the clinical lab it's in. Just absolutely. And I loved it. I enjoyed. It was great until we were bought out by a much bigger company. And they started taking away weekends and wanting us to. Twenty hours a day and I had a pretty bad racing habit that this time. I do road racing. which is what you see, the guy the needs on the ground. So talking about the talk about the road racing. How long how long have you been involved in motorcycles in recent bikes? I got my first motorcycle in two thousand and eight, so that was before the deployment, and before I knew was going to deploy, because a friend of mine told me that I wasn't going to do it. So I bought a motorcycle in January in Indiana. At the time, so you can tell how how smart I was I guess and. I because I know where to ride the snowing I- trailer down to bike week in Daytona. And I watched the two thousand eight hundred. And that was my first You know. My first exposure to motorcycle racing in this awesome thing and so that Kinda. Got The ball rolling I rode to attract A. Active Day to see what it was about and Check the company or by Jack Time kind of force me to get on the drag, and so once I got on the jacket was over the competitive nature, just took over, and I said I wanNA race, and so I ended up building a bike while I was deployed, obviously I wasn't physically building S. I was having bill back home. For racing. And so when I left, I had had you know eight months experience on a motorcycle on track, and then I took a year off, and then I think I got back November tenth and my first race was like November seventeen, so in our had just a few days to remind myself you know, break, clutch, gas and then. I was factory saying so that that was in The beginning of two thousand ten and jazz nine, no. Spend. House well, so you started I. Mean You already in college by the time you ever really gonNA motorcycle. As my student Romney. Worked out because now what I'm actually getting paid in his motorcycling, so it's a total good use of student loan, money and my mind. That's awesome well in a coal. We're going to quick break when we come back. We're going to talk about what you'd.

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"pretty university" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

Social Pros Podcast

15:37 min | 5 months ago

"pretty university" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast

"Dot l. y. slash email best fifty with a five zero Ra. So let's go ahead and bring abby and and talk all about how she and her team are approaching. Social Media Abby Assistant Director of digital engagement at Purdue University. Thank you so much for being here today. It is so great to talk to you. Thanks for having me very excited so I know a little bit about you adamant I got to know you a little bit before. We started recording. But go ahead and tell everybody about yourself So my position relatively new with Pretty University. I've just been there for about five and a half months But I'm not new to purdue university itself prior to joining the marketing and media team I actually worked for the university presenter Formula Presenter Purdue Complications for about eleven years and during that time I knew the increased How we looked at using digital marketing. Which is what really interested me in this new position because it's all focused on digital marketing. So the best of both worlds Purdue University and Digital Marquis. I can only imagine an certainly abby throughout this discussion. We're GONNA talk a little bit about coq one thousand nine hundred and kind of. How bad is impacting your world. But even besides that this has got to be a pretty interesting time to be in university relations interacting with students and faculty and perspective students at a campus the size of Purdue University here in two thousand twenty where more and more of the conversations that engage with that you have with your constituents are happening the digital realm. It's really amazing. How we've been able to see. Students still connect only ben trying to look at. How can we because we know? It's hard for students since a lot of them. This is their final semester and they will be graduating soon by. We actually had a really amazing. Commencement team that came together to help. Make an on-demand commencement possible. And we've had great social media engagement because students have been hosting the commencement boxes that they received in the mail. We had I think for three or four days there about forty volunteers a day. That hand stopped all of these boxes with commemorative items for students. These we know that it's not a saying that they can't be on campus where we still want them to know how much we appreciate them as a student We've been really working hard to look at. How can we do those higher touch engagements for them so then they can take that share in digital space as well? I can only imagine here you already university where commencement has probably essentially been the same for if not a hundred. I. I don't Know How old purdue university is almost hundreds of years. At this point you may have changed the venue. You may have changed the date. We may do it outside or inside and have a contingency plan for that but nothing like this ever occurred. I would love if you could to. Kinda back US up. Maybe two months ago when we began realizing the situation was different the began to realize that these students probably weren't coming back to campus where the teams had to begin to kind of determine. How do we do commitment commitment? How do we do those? Those boxes that have never been ever done before for an entire entire graduating class. What would those discussions like? And then how did you and your team say? Here's how we can use social. Here's how we can use social to listen and here's how we can use social to engage with our students and other key audiences. Well definitely. It took an army of people to come together to make it happen The commencement team within the Storms office is really who kick things off and then they reached out to marketing and media to see no. We need some help or they needed some help to make sure that they could a digital elements because they needed to do any website They wanted to have gifts. They wanted to do some interactive things for students so they could still get those really key images across campus that we know all of the students get as part of their commencement time when they're taking pictures of family and so The digital team within marketing media assisted with the website but then we also have a video team that started working on some video components for commencement to us than we have another video team on campus. That's part of the Performing Arts Side L. With all the events that happen on campus so this is still event in event even though it's a virtual event that team is helping in a different a different way than they've ever like you said they've never had this situation before so They recorded different. Commencement addresses with our president for each commencement. So there is still a separate. Commencement like students would normally have so they do. Have that separate commencement address. They are still getting their names. Read is part of the commencement process. we've done. I don't want to spoil it for anyone yet but we've done some our video team that taking care of the commencement in the video side of commencement. They've also done some different videos on campus to help capture what it flake a day of. Commencement the walk up Q. Elliott Hall of Music where commencement is held. So he tried really think about. What is it that students feel when they're on campus? We know we can't completely emulate that but we wanted to trying to at least give a nod tonight well So yes it took. All of the creative teams on campus came together which is really great that we were able to work. Is We have all these different projects that were doing throughout the year. But we don't always get to work together on one project so I've really been impressed way however one's been able to come together because we don't want the same thing we wanna make sure that students have a great experience because without them. We wouldn't be here so we want to make sure that they know how much we appreciate them and are so proud of them for the hat is really cool. Especially it's such I mean. Commencement is a huge deal. Especially I mean you poor soul much work into it and it really. Is this sort of milestone in signifier of next big step in your life that it's amazing you and other teams have been able to come together. I remember even my commencement day. I was like oh it's fine. I'm just GonNa walk and then I got up there and like a ball of the mass like it's just hear this teamwork. It sounds like you have just a really amazing team. You get to work with. We really do. And I feel. I have a really unique perspective. Because I graduated from Grad School from purdue a year ago and I was cleaning recently and found my program and and started thinking about. You know how much it meant that. It was a non traditional student in I but for for students to be able to still take part in something like that. I think is really special. Yeah so you. You mentioned a couple of really key. People to that have really helped you and really helped. Bring all this together so you mentioned videographers. You have editorial who else is on your team. do everything together to on my team specifically for digital engagement. I have a social media associate and then I have several interns and our interns are really focused on engagement because we know right. Now there's so many conversations that are happening and whether it is admitted students who were saying because we have a special Hashtag you're committing to purdue Hashtag are they using for that and then we also have a Hashtag for commencement as well do we've had our interns specifically looking for those hashtags in also looking for ways to engage with current students Just to make sure that they feel like they're being heard they still can interact with the university as well. So that's really been a big component of our communication plan but then we also have purdue new service which helps us with all of the press release and formal announcements running university and so my team works with her new service to make sure that we're planning out all of those announcements in advance. For example we announced the on demand commencement. We're working closely with purdue service as well as a commencement team to make sure that everything was in line in that we are comparable with announcing but then the refers 's also had to be in the loop on that we were doing special video announcements from our president is while is. He wanted to make sure that he had a platform where he talked to students. Also so we had a special message that went out to alumni. We had a special message for the general public from the president and then we had a special message that specific to students that was emailed as well as distributed through Social Media Abbiati Assistant Director of digital engagement for the boilermakers purdue university. And as I hear you talk about The organization that you work with it. It makes me think of probably many of our social pros listeners. She worked larger organizations where you have lots of different departments. Lots of organizations that are reconciling how to respond who responds to customer or to this social participants and then editorial counters. How do we manage all the that different disciplines audiences and departments that want to share message on behalf of the company or organization? I would love if you could kind of walk through. How does that editorial counter process work in a university like purdue so is each college kind of have their own social handles and if they WANNA have something go out from the Real Avenue how? How does all that type of thing work? Sure we do have as I know I mentioned before. Pretty new service and their main goal is to really look at. How can we tell? The story of research initiatives higher level announcements larger university announcements and so a lot of the the stories that they're writing actually do come from all across campus but not every single story because obviously or telling student profiles and things like that Now all of those going through purdue new service so what? I'm actually working on right now. We do have a list of all. Those registered. Purdue University counts from across campus for social media. And we're working on making sure that those are updated as well So that's my project for hopefully June. We've started getting everyone registered but then we need to make sure that we're updating the website as well but one thing that we actually started doing a few weeks ago If we rewind a little bit further back in January of purdue actually had a new brand launch and we had a refresh logo and just kind of changing our brand voice how talk about Purdue University and also helping to educate all of our campus communicators to make sure that they understood. How can they take the purdue brand voice and make it specific to their particular college or department and so now we've done out of that brand voice in the new brand launched there were specific pillars of themes that came out of that and so for the next sixteen weeks? We actually have specific themes Each team is for two weeks and my team actually puts together a whole week's worth of content or a facebook Lincoln twitter and instagram. And then we also have some additional video content. That's posted to Youtube. But you can also share those to the respective channels and so what we've seen from that is we're helping give campus departments their own way to talk about the theme and how it actually works for them like. We're not saying you have to use this exact post but we're giving ideas each week on how they can talk about theme in how can fit within it and we. I did this Last year purdue celebrating. Its One hundred fiftieth anniversary and so one thing that really came out of that with this unified content messaging platform. And so we wanted to bring that act. Because their advances great success with it and so that has really helped us become unified in our messaging because raw on the same page. We're talking about the same beam. It also helps make sure that the cameras communicators remembering when founders day is or that Memorial Day is coming up and just making sure that we have to scramble and come up with content ideas. We're trying to make sure that people have enough time to be proactive rather than reactive to the content ideas. Have you found over the past couple of months and I'm GonNa assume the answer is probably yes that the majority of your of your content right now is kind of in and around. You know what's Near and dear to all of our hearts right now by the covid nineteen pandemic and have you done any thinking on kind of do. We need to kind of stay focused on that being the primary topic or do we need to roll in secondary topic. Certainly you just mentioned. Commencement is just wonderful. Celebration of people's entire academic career the importance of that. But I'm curious no. It's it's something that our listeners are thinking about is how do you Russell and reconcile you know the serious situation that we're in but also recognizing we we need to share the other stories of purdue. University Matt is obviously a real challenge and I feel lake our students I don't I can. I'm on a few other. Facebook message. Boards for higher. Ed and I feel like the reaction at some universities has been very different than ours. I'm not. I'm not sure why I know that. That sometimes delivering a message. Such is your classes are now going to be online. Some people can internalize that in different ways than others. It's not an easy message to try in and send out to students. But I feel like as we thought about. How do we balance you know the realities of the situation with also honoring the fact that students are still doing amazing things? They're doing these great projects there gene research and so the way that we've been able to balance that is thinking about..

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"pretty university" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

13:51 min | 7 months ago

"pretty university" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"So without further ado. This is me and Leah Garcia's well delighted to have you here. Thank you for making the trip out here excited to be here. It's GonNa be cool so so many things to talk about. But why don't we? Why don't we start at the beginning? And I'M GONNA ask you questions already know the answer to but the people that listening down. How did you get started in this whole world of animal advocacy and activism to begin with like the beginning beginning? What's let's set? The stage set the stage. Well like most human beings first encounter with animals was as a child and I grew up in the swamps of Florida where there were ducks in my backyard. And if anyone is to blame or to thank for my life of animal activism. It is a family of ducks and they would hatch in my mother's prized flowerbed. Which we were not allowed to touch of course but the mother ducks were and they would come in and push around all the flowers and make a nest and this these eggs would hatch and it was right on the other side of screened in Porch. So my brother sister and isolated bellies and watch the lives of these ducks unfold hatch. Go out for their I swam and all the dramas are dramas when it comes to ducks that unfold. So I grew up with no question in my mind that animals that we were not talking. We were talking about degrees of difference between us and ducks and dogs and cats and cows and pigs and they were worthy of good lives and worthy of protection and when I grew always had this great appreciation for nature but when I grew up in around fifteen discovered that animals are horribly abused in our food system totally disregarded as sentient beings. Rather than be really sad about that I I just a fire was ignited. Not something about it. What was your upbringing like with your parents that did they instill in you. A sense of you know Responsibility or how did that? How did that engine come about? Was that something that you saw in the way that your parents conducted themselves. Yes so two. Examples related to the ducks. Of course my father was in the eighty s and he would dressed in his suit and tie the first time the ducks would go out into the canal. Huby very concerned about this. Because it is not a happy place redux necessary ducklings offers gators and he used to follow them in an aluminum canoe with a net and if one of them kind of got too far behind he would scoop up the ducks careful not to touch them get his sent on them and make sure that they got reunited with the pack and flock of so yeah and on the other hand and my mom also sometimes the ducks would lay the eggs out of season and in the winter it sometimes get cold in Florida and she would vary that my mom in the mother ducks had this. Spang going on and she would lay the eggs underneath the dryer vent and my mom if the mother duck went out to get food or do her thing and have a break my maternal dryer vent and make sure it was like her. Personal responsibility is like an extended family. Yeah they really were an extended family. I knew about the ducks. I didn't realize so intense. It was it was there. Was this thing where you you move away from Florida and then you move back a couple of years later something like that right and then suddenly the ducks were no more right I. I moved to Spain and then move back when I was seventeen and I remember them. Oh I was looking around. I didn't quite know what I was looking for. And I realized the ducks weren't there anymore. And in that time the chemicals that are put on lawns to keep them green and we'd free had run into this canal and turned it into a pea soup. It was just algae and smelting. Yeah and the ducks left and in some ways very sad but I was also very glad that they could leave because later that I would discover not only animals have that choice and your first stab at at activism. Had to do with manatees. Right the beloved manatee. I love it if I could be any animal. I would be a manatee. Why is that? He just gets a chill in the Florida waterways and eat begin food and Yeah. They're the best man it's either. I have loved the Florida waterways. I love the wildlife in the nature and manatees. Are this unlikely animal to be in these waterways. Giant sea cows. That just hang out so I worked for save. The Manatee Club is my first job. And that's where I discovered policy makes a difference. Government policy makes a difference because the battle for the manatee was also the battle for prime real estate in Florida. Waterway real estate and the law was that endanger their they were classified as an endangered species and therefore if they were on a property. You cannot build marina there and that was valuable property Presage or set the stage for your particular perspective on advocacy being one of working in cooperation and partnership with these institutions to shift them from within which is considered by some to be a radical departure from the traditional young methodology of trying to win the hearts and minds of the individuals and consider these institutions as emblematic of the enemy. Yeah right yeah. I think I very quickly realized that. If you want to change things you have convince the enemy to join you. Get on your path with you even if you start a little further back than you'd like it's it's a more sustainable long term change that ends the battle it really you. Don't I think when you're early on and activism to battlefields great like you're so angry and you want to be angry and you want to blame someone but you get worn out that way and at some point you take a step back and it doesn't feel good anymore and you realize you're not making as much progress? You're just being angry and just spinning your wheels get probably getting angrier and angrier. You're facing more and more resistance because there's a there's a certain futility to it as well. I think definitely and and I still get really angry. It's not I think that the mistake is that I'm not endorsing what's happening. And engaging doesn't mean endorsing and that's an important distinction. I think people get confused about they do and I get. I get plenty of you know the hate that I really and I get worse coming from. It's a fear that were degrading or losing our position but that's not what it is engaging as worst. You're going to understand better how to fix the problem. And at best you find common ground that you can build from it seems it seems elemental to me that understanding is foundational to creating change. If you don't understand the playing field and the players and you don't find a way to we at least empathize with them in some way. Then you're starting from you know behind the starting line in terms of your ability to really you know right and to change you. See the industry were trying to change factory farming. It's super secretive. But the people who do it the industry the farmers they know everything we wanna know but can't know unless we get to know them about changing it and that's what as I started to work with these farmers all of the questions I had wanted to know where being answer just by befriending these people and trying to understand their perspective and then giving me open tours of their factory farms. I could ask the questions. Like how often are these chickens? Dying is this normal we know. How often do these disease outbreaks happen? What happens when the disease outbreaks happen in? Your farm helps you to these. Go onto people's played like all these questions you just can't know the answer to unless you step inside the problem. You can't even get the opportunity to ask them though unless you engender some level of trust that is a good point and that that's that probably for a decade was the most frustrating thing for me. Is We have these questions. And we couldn't ask anybody. Nobody would even pick up the phone answering email and that's when we started switching from when I started switching really from hardcore advocacy to more engagement and more. LemMe just write an icy mail instead of an st one. I know now matching that address. Yeah well let's work our way up to I you you you go to college and then you go to London right to get a graduate degree sustainable development and was there was part of that motivated by just trying to learn as much as you could about agriculture and farming visitors sense that this was going to be your path. I feel like the path chose me probably a lot of people feel that way. I felt pulled towards something and I didn't know what but I was just following the doors as they opened and when I finished I did a zoology degree at University of Florida and I really cared about the waterways of Florida. I really thought that's what I was going to do that. I was going to do environmental protection. I thought I needed to be a vet. Maybe I would do that. Neri Wildlife Rescue be doing really fun while Life Marine Rescue Work and my mentor at the time took me aside and he said that's not what you WANNA do. That's plumbers. They fix animals once they're already broken. You're more interested in getting to the root of the problem. The root of the suffering and that was probably the most important thing anyone's ever said to me in terms of defining my path. He doesn't probably even know that. And as Dr Louis. Gillette and that made me look at master's degrees at the time. There were not really sustainable development. That was just an emerging concept really was nine hundred ninety nine and there were two degrees was in London. It we were the first batch of students and the other one was in Boston University and I just looked at the cost of those and I was like okay. London and I went to London. There's probably a lot of those programs. Now there are tons and the program now has a thousand kids in it and it's Pretty University of London King's college that I went to but were seven of us in the program and we kind of got to define it a little bit ourselves and it was fantastic but the of all places England right. I chose the kind of random place at random country I had been born and grown up partially in Spain and wanted to get back to Europe and when I got there I discovered this whole farm animal movement happening that I had no idea that aligned with my values and I just I had no idea that was a possible career option so more than getting my master's degree there I was exposed to compassionate world farming the Royal Society for the protection of animals bunch of really hardcore groups like Viva or other animal rights. Farm animal rights organizations. That not only were they were professional. There were professional movement of Blake. Ceos and communication specialists in lobbyists fighting for farmed animals. And they had already won lots of things like they had banned the worst practices which we still haven't in this country like battery cages in these crates. Mother pigs are kept in veal crates band And they had succeeded. Just got I fell in love and then you just you ended up working with them for a while right and then come into the United States and kind of opening up the satellite office from from one. Gainesville to another. Yes yes I apparently have a thing for games yeah. I work for ten years in Europe in London. I worked for compassion for them. And then I worked at World Society for the protection of animals. Where oversee oversaw all of the global campaigns and programs and during that period of my life I went to thirty countries before I was thirty and saul every form of suffering that human beings inflict on animals whether it be dolphins in dolphinarium bear bile farming stray dogs horses being used for working horses used in..

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"pretty university" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

10:57 min | 11 months ago

"pretty university" Discussed on Sports Gambling Radio - By BangTheBook

"Look the players. Don't Care But the coaching staff probably cares. 'cause they're hired by the administration and and you gotTA ticked off University Administration because of for people that don't know about Liberty University. They are a religious institution institution and they're always our political ramification the Corsa the late Jar Reverend. Jerry Falwell was the President of Liberty Pretty University for so long now. His son is in that role and liberty wanted to join a couple of different conferences conference. USA and the Sun Belt where where Georgia southern is a member of or so. They wanted to join those conferences and were rejected from doing so. And whether this is true or nine the people from the liberty side kind of think that this was because of political ramifications because obviously the the Falwell's not Adam Way with faith but are also involved in politics and have taken what some would call maybe controversial views. I'm treadmill line here when we when we get into that subject But yeah so. I think that you might have a coaching staff on of with influenced by the administration. It's like this conference did won us. You know how now this is a chance to beat somebody from that from Senate conference and then then really show out here liberty of courses and independent right now in football so So this is kind of a chance for them usually team in the first I bowl Because they don't have that experience and they've never done anything like this before I usually would want to go against but I actually think that they're not too data bat in the spot. Of course they've got a guy in hugh freeze who you know very accustomed to the ball preparation period at least until you all those sanctions came down at Ole Miss. Yes and again. I mean there are some interesting side. Angles these games so we talk a lot of times about the little brother versus big brother Games whether it's the non conference in College College football or the Non Conference College basketball where that's a game. You're a little bit more focused on because you want to beat that name brand program in your state. This is just a different variation of that where you want to beat a team from a conference didn't want to take you and maybe there is a little bit more a little bit more in the preparation period of telling these kids you know. We really need to be focused. It's a great opportunity for the school. Great Opportunity for the pro for the program so on and so forth. Trying trying to motivate these guys in a way without saying you know. Hey this conference didn't WanNa. This is why our program wants this game. That's an angle. I really haven't heard too much about this so I think that's that's a pretty interesting way of approaching it pretty good way of approaching it too when you think about all the impact of motivation angles. The one thing that concerns me a little bit is is you do get extra time to prep for the option and maybe this is something that's more relevant in full with Washington state at air force it can be hard to imitate the object. It'd be hard to do that as a practice squad and give the defense something to look at the Washington state. I mean. They can't do it you know they're an air raid offense. That's what they're guys are recruited for. They can't try to emulate the option in practice. Maybe Liberty has a better opportunity of doing that. Just by the nature of the school the nature the recruits that they bring in a lot of FCS level. Talent it'd be some transfer of seeing the option stuff like that. So maybe that helps team like liberty here in one of these early games the trying to get ready. Yeah I think it apps it absolutely does and This is clearly. I mean one of these liberty's GonNa have to fly back that they we haven't had this experience before and you're gonNA see Charlotte doing that. A little bit in the Bahamas Bowl on Friday and I actually actually lean the other way in that game would would lead to buffalo just simply because This is the first experience for Charlotte night. They if we walk the MAC which I know that you do. You're kind of back. Country there in Ohio Buffalo probably was the best even the Mac this year and then they lose that game to Kent Kent State on Thursday night Where we're ten state came back? They had everything can go right for them. In the fourth quarter and Buffalo ended up not going in the the Mac Championship game but they were probably the best defense in the best rushing attack in the conference and they certainly were actually so maybe this is a little bit of a get right spot for a mop adopt a disappointing season. So yeah there's there's all unique ways to look at these things art so we go to Boca here. We're looking at game two eleven to twelve. SMU and Florida Atlantic. Florida Atlantic has hired Willie Taggart. He won't have much to do with the ballgame outside of watching over the new personality is going to have Glenn Spencer the Defensive Coordinator Under Lane kiffin going to be the interim here for this one. Obviously we know. SMU View Not really a whole lot to worry about on the Mustang side NFL level talent. The skill positions so far no one has announced. They're skipping the game and in close proximity the game. I'm here. I can't imagine that anybody will sit this one out. So what do you think about. This went here. We're Florida Atlantic. Essentially gets to play a home game against Smu. And they're getting three. We are three and a half points. Yeah and I do like the mustangs here. Just because I think conference. USA was very much. I was very very much down. This year The best team in my opinion and conference. USA was Louisiana tax but then they were a role into winning their division and going to the Conference Championship Championship. Their quarterback Jamar Smith get suspended. They ended up losing the tire losing in not being able to go to the conference championship. Game and Fa oh you got a bat gotTA UAB that great story and Bilk larcher great coach. But he may be. They had not really beaten anyone with a winning any record except for Louisiana attack when they were without of course their quarterback in their receivers so Yeah and UAB and UAB got laid eight out in that spot at Smu to me just as been just as is a little bit of a step up in class in the back that I thought that that that conference prince this year was one of the better ones on the contrary. SMU played a relatively Difficult schedule if you will they did have to to play advocacy you Temple was the Balti- Memphis. Zabol team. Navy is a bowl team to lane as a bowl team so This offense is to Their tenth in the country the defense the defense in great. They're only a hundred second country and there are especially vulnerable against the pass Hundred Twenty I style in the country in terms of Passing yards allowed but You look at Fau. They've lived off a lot of turnovers to their first in the country in turnover margin and get plus one point five four turnovers a game which is a lot and You know teams I when they live off that Jan eventually that eventually they kind of regresses to the To the other side here and It's tempting obviously to take. Fau is the hot tea because look they've One now Six in a row. Actually they've won They start out Tuesday one ten of their last eleven SMU I know some might be thinking that they're disappointed in terms of being playing in this bowl but SMU has been trying to get back to respect ability anyway under dives. This is their best season. They've had down there. SMU Pretty much since the death penalty in the mid to late nineteen eighteen eighties so you have an SMU team. That I think is going to be focused here. I don't think that they're gonNA treat this as a joke. Just they're not getting a power five. Paul Yeah I mean this is a situation where you know maybe. SMU Did have visions of going to that New Year's six bowl bid. That memphis is in or something like that but this Mustang seem it hasn't won a bowl game since two thousand twelve. They got a shot at eleven wins for the first time since one thousand nine hundred eighty two. I think they are motivated. Especially when you consider two years ago they got beat fifty one to ten in the Frisco ball they got embarrassed in that game so I think they are focused. I think are motivated. I don't think Florida Atlantic is motivated. Here you head coach you have a guy who recruits the state of Florida very very well. I think they're bowl. Game was the last gamely and Kiffin link. Kiffin you'll really did reestablish himself year with FAU got himself. That ole miss job. I the players certainly. It seemed like him a fair amount and they got that conference championship at home. Now playing another home game for them and I don't know if they're going to be that excited for that whereas just for SMU again getting a bowl win sending some of these guys off to the NFL and a high note. There's a lot more incentive I think SMU here. I like this one the only thing that what worries me. Is this the the early betting percentages overwhelmingly on. SMU here so far with the three and a half came back down to three. I I don't know maybe there's money out there on Fau. I think it's kind of a tough sell for me reporting standpoint I have. SMU might seven on a neutral. Even if I give you pull well home field. It's four. Think this game more at school home field for them. That's what I don't know why this line is at four or four and a half yet if not higher we and you mentioned. SMU Samuel getting trounced in the Frisco Bowl. A couple years ago force. That's not too far from Dallas. Where asset view is located so it was not as much of what what you would consider a quasi home game forever you being that? It wasn't played in their stadium. But sometimes I think that's a bad team for a team to dub out you know to play close to home ulmer really at home and it's a good thing for the team to go on the road and actually take a trip some place Because I made those kind of things is it that let bond teams together so I actually from that travel standpoint would favor the Quasi road team here be. SMU All right right so move over to the NFL side of the spectrum here a couple of games on your radar for this weekend couple of games. We haven't really talked about yet this week on the show some excited to do that. We start with game. Four sixty three four sixty four here New Orleans and Tennessee New Orleans. Eight three point favorite here in this one. But we've got very heavily juice. Threes on the plus side for Tennessee and we also have a straight two and a half showing up out there now as well surprising line move the most..

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"pretty university" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"pretty university" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"All right joining me. Now is a first class father he was drafted by the San Diego chargers in the third round of the two thousand four. NFL draft he was selected to the pro bowl in two thousand six so cool for me to say Nick hardwick welcome to First-class Fatherhood. Hey thank you Alex Mark Levin Mural. Let's start here. How many kids do you have. And how old are they. I have two boys. They're seven five Hudson and Teddy. Wow okay very cool. What type of sports activities that I into okay like all parents I mean we're just Mary ad of sports and activities he's of course like with boys. I feel like they're like dogs. You just gotTa wear them out and you'll get their best behavior and be able to teach them a little bit so they keep him on the move to get in get in there exercise in feed him good food and then we could start to make a little bit of progress but right now they are in both of them do. Lacrosse US together and my five year old competes with the seven year old plays on his team because of course with the older ones the younger one wants to do my older one Hudson. He plays basketball and he is doing hip hop dance which is completely new but he told me like three weeks ago. He said I go. How was it buddy and he said it was so much fun. He goes that our felt like two minutes and I go well. You're in the right space then so good for you and then my youngest teddy is a baseball nut so he's in baseball and Lacrosse and Hudson is doing hip hop dance basketball and Lacrosse and it's more than enough and I. It's so fun to watch them play. I mean I can't believe how much enjoyment out of just watching them perform four yeah very cool. Do you get involved with coaching at all which is across the baseball. You enjoy it all from the sideline. Okay so yeah we have. We've played soccer in the past. Both my wife and I have coached. I coached the t-ball teams in the past and kind of what we've learned about that is at that age it it just seems wildly challenging for the kids to be able to differentiate between when I have my dad had on when I have my coach hat on and they're both wildly competitive kids and so what I'm cheering because they're seven and five or before they were younger. I'm cheering for both teams just cheering for all of the kids to be out there. They don't understand why I'm cheering and they and their had they construct struck as I'm cheering against them which is not at all the case. I just want all the kids have a great experience and so they end up getting really upset with with me and they've gotten upset with my wife. Jamie as we're coaching them and they can't draw the barrier between dad and coach or mom and coach and so that becomes really challenging situation now. I have a hard time just staying on the sidelines and not saying anything so usually I don't take the head coaching role along that I do like to volunteer and do the assistant thing yeah. That's awesome Nick here. Just take a minute please to hit my listeners with a little bit about your background my background. I'm from Indiana the high school wrestler I ended up going to purdue as an ROTC scholarships was going to be a Marine Corps officer when I came out of purdue and then I had a buddy my second year asked me to go to the purdue university walk on tryouts for the football team and that was in the middle of the drew brees mania at purdue they ended up going to the Rose Bowl that year I went watched him as a fan and that that I showed up to the walk on tryouts about a month later and then soon enough. I made the team I played three years for Pretty University got drafted in in the third round with third pick of the two thousand four. NFL draft was the chargers Center for eleven years with the captain of the team my last last five seasons they're retired at the end of the twentieth fourteen season due to neck injuries and then I have been working and the broadcast world for the last four going on five years and doing sports on our local TV station here in San Diego at Fox five and I I hosted my own radio.

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"pretty university" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

The Chad Prather Show

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"pretty university" Discussed on The Chad Prather Show

"There. Driving the motherships got a forest shirt on you. GotTa Crab Legs Liberty Flame. You went to Liberty University Liberty University a Christian University Christian Hugh freeze coach. They knew forgiveness. All about forgiveness is all now from a hospital. Bill it unless You keep losing football games angle forgive you. They don't care coach at Liberty University sponsors a mass car car really we got to talking about liberty some if you've ever been to the Infield of Talladega Alek data motor speedway they ain't nobody going to Liberty University. Thank you what happened last time. We talked about the all we we gotTa Talk Liberty University name as the flames flames mask. Your Mascot is the flange lanes lanes are y'all Pentagon. I grew up pentecostal eagle named sparky because the thing is pentecostals they. It's just about fire insurance. You know edits as they scare you ever the news. We'll send you to hell so that just Barnard and flies. That's your actual flying's. Yes yeah that's what they called it. I think I think it's supposed to be something about like the whole it was like. Knowledge of flame like Sarah felt the Holy Spirit. I think that was the idea I'm I'm. I'm good Christian. I go. I go to church more than most. It sounds dumb. Mascot is Liberty Pretty University. You can do better better Liberty.

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"pretty university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"pretty university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"On pretty university and experience an eye opening evening with the P. Dennis Prager get your autograph copy of the rational Bible genesis and be treated to a V. I. P. pre reception hosted by the morning answers Brian engine starting July seventeen six thirty thirty six thirty July seventeenth more on this one I have on Dennis I was thinking the other day about some people work ethic and about the generosity of other people when they see that you're trying hard this is a story back in twenty seventeen hope you have time to get it in say never understand someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes and a story about a man walking miles to work has gone viral and it's causing people from all over to pitch in and help him a well it's got that story this morning he really good morning Savannah good morning just thinking about commuting to work as a pain for most of us but for James Robertson his journey as a test of endurance both mentally and physically it's a daily forty six mile commute round trip with nearly half of that on foot Robert since the termination and humility have members of his community reaching for their checkbooks no matter how tough things I like to stick it out fifty six year old James Robertson has a spirit that makes people want to go the extra mile as part of his eight hour round trip commute to work he walks twenty one miles every day how do the five days a week five days a week it's a journey he's been making since his car broke down nearly a decade ago his shift starts at two PM but he's always early and he's got a perfect.

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"pretty university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"pretty university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And the biggest I'll tell you. The biggest thing that was offered in the sixties. Few have grievances. You are in the right. If you have grievances, you are a victim. Till the sixties, most people understood that if you have grievances at is because life is difficult. Starting with the with the psychotherapeutic age and I'm not against psychotherapy have psychiatrist. In fact, doing some pretty university videos. But a psycho, therapeutic mindset. Took root in America. That supplanted the. Immoral. Outlook on life that had prevailed before, then that is why people began calling people who the evil not evil that even bad guy. But sick. We substituted. Psychotherapeutic terms for moral terms. The elites makeup ideas and the average guy suffers. That's what happens. Yes, there was napping. All right. The country snapped. I have a grievance this guy, the only thing I could make out all the pieces. I read about him the Washington Post New York Times New York Post that cetera. Was they can't figure out a thing except we know two things he divorced and twenty seventeen and already a loner became more of a loner. And at that time, he also started picking fights with fellow employees. If that is accurate, one might say, he became very angry as a result of his divorce..

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"pretty university" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"pretty university" Discussed on WJR 760

"Graham issue loses this one seventy three sixty three today here at Macarena on the campus a pretty university now being joined by Michigan state's head basketball. Coach Tom Izzo. Tomboyish guys really turned this down twenty three and you're to seventeen to run and guy right back in. I was a good effort in the second half. I my guys for that. They're tired. They're worn out. You know? But really really to be honest with you guys disappointed my big in the first half, Nick and Kenny really struggled. And that you know, that was tough and. They're stars. Didn't beat us. Their bench beat us in the first half. And there was some effort related things. I, you know, I don't fault their effort usually. But I just think we were tired and those freshmen got, you know. Got there. You're full of what it's like the plan big time places, and I didn't think handled it very well second half. You know, we bowed. We're gonna play harder we had some moments. And then we let go again and. It was a tough day because we're getting some shots. But. You know when Nick wasn't playing good and. And we couldn't get it into them. We just weren't post and harden up and Xavier did a pretty good job. Kenny struggled a little bit too late. Cash tried to put on his back and what a performance by him. No question. Caches was terrific, Tom. You know, you mentioned some of the X factors their bench. But the free throw shooting of eastern really near the end there. Did you purposely put him on the long? We did. We did give him credit nearly made those St. Joe's and he played pretty well. And that was that was good. He did a good job. So. You know, we took our chances. We couldn't chase them. We're worn out from the three games in seven days. Four games out of five on the road. I mean, fairness were you know? We extended ourself. I I'm just surprised because it wasn't my guards that were bad. It was. And I really thought we'd do a better job of that with forty seconds left in the game. You call timeout. It looked like the game was out of hand was at a teaching moment. And you got a week off. Now, what do you tell them? Yeah. Yeah. I just wanted to tell them you can't you can't start out like this. Like we did in the end everybody on my staff. Agreed. That are bigs gave up offensive rebounds, the first half give up put backs you look at the job. We did on the two stars. And I thought we did a hell of a job, you know. But. We didn't you know, we seem to panic when we got the ball inside the double team. It bothered Nick for the first.

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"pretty university" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"pretty university" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Thank you. Fled. Flea flicker. Yeah. Almost out of perfect show. You went, you went two hours and fifty minutes that I gave you that house states fourth quarter, and then you gave it back LA LA, LA. Gave it up. Reggie Ella wishes. Miller will join us on the program. I believe Cuyler Murray, Oklahoma quarterback will join us on the program tomorrow paulie Bessemer. So the week that's the weekend, freshman wide receiver for Purdue Rondell more twelve catches one seventy two touchdowns. This was going to go to Texas and produce got him to change his mind and go to Purdue. The other one was Tom Rinaldi's piece on Tyler Trent, the student for the university of Purdue pretty university. The last quote, Tom, Rinaldi asked him to Tyler Trent. How do you see the future? And Tyler chart responded? Well, the immediate future in my mind, Purdue beat Ohio State on Saturday. That's cool. Yeah, it was well done. Trevor in Texas, Trevor best and worst of the weekend. Taking my call Mr. Patrick six foot in doubt. One eighty. Best of the weekend was Doug Marrone benching Blake Bortles after his very pedestrian and just got awful performance and worst, Doug Marrone this long to bench, Blake Bortles. All right. Thanks for the phone call. Trevor. I guess the quarterbacking position is open for business there in Jacksonville. Miss Nicey Cody Kessler come in and get a little bit of run their Nate and Utah joins us. I Nate. Hi, Dan. How are you? Good, sir. What are you have? So best of the weekend, Utah. USC on Saturday night and take him full control of the pack. Twelve south. Worst of the weekend has to be the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday and just chase them GARRETT'S in Scotland, hands, inability to call anything that is remotely intelligent on the road with games on the line. I just thought creativity and clock management was certainly lacking there. Thank you. Nate Caleb in Virginia. Hi, Kayla would you have for me today? Hey, thanks for taking my call. Best of the week is app. Take football being ring for the first time in school history, and the worst of the week is there's a wind storm coming through Virginia and knocking all the fall foilage off the trees. All right. Thank you. Caleb are fully network was in full bloom over the weekend. I took some pictures. Great that you were working for the network up north? Yeah, up in New Hampshire. Got some simple Liege. I just sent one picture of a tree that had orange leaves, and I just put death on it, and I got no response from the dance because that's I was looking at death that that those leaves depressing. But so poetic, though it is it's death. Death never looked so good. When those leaves are falling off done. Final results of the poll question mclovin biggest prize of the weekend as you probably expect Purdue shocking, Ohio State second is Justin Tucker missing the extra point? Yeah, he's looking my key. Wait, what happened? I don't miss these things. He had not missed since he was sixteen years of age in a in a competitive football game is is got a bulgy. Like why lights owner from fritzy would you learn today? The eagles should feel like they're under more pressure, but their head coach things. The pressure is now off of them. I don't get that quote. Mclovin Chris Webber doesn't agree with Barclay that hard in which fifty. Again, maybe forty five. Oh, there's no way he could get forty five forty two to forty five. He could. It can't get fifty, Seton O'Connor. James harden goes right five times and then left. The rest of the game paulie would jeweler. Chris wherever says, Terry Cummings has old man slash Grandpa's string. You know what I learned for almost at a perfect show for two hours and fifty minutes..

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"pretty university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"pretty university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Of. Muncie. Surveillance cameras caught it happening police you're looking for a boxy red SUV with damage on the passenger side, if you are flying out of Indianapolis international leave for the airport early this morning officials expect long lines again because of the combination of families on fall break and the usual rush of workweek business travelers early flights should see the largest crowds of this morning developing. Now, a grieving family is trying to raise funds to bury their loved one last week Aaron cofer died after he was hit by a vehicle at happen. When he tried to cross the street near post road and Pendleton pike. Police say the driver stayed at the scene. It's not known yet. Whether any criminal charges will be fire filed the covers family has created an online fundraiser for his services if you would like information on how you can help head to wish dot com. The controversy over a school counselor status at a Catholic high school in Indianapolis is reignited Shelly Gerald says her job is listed as an opening at Ron Cali the listing for a guy. Guidance counselor for the two thousand eighteen nineteen school year is currently on the school's website. Fitzgerald was suspended in August. She says she has not resigned. It was revealed to school officials. She is married to a woman. She says administrators told her if she did not resign or in her marriage. Her contract would not be renewed Ron collie principal. Chuck Weissenbach says the position has been posted for a couple of weeks to ensure adequate staffing while the school and FitzGerald move forward. Broderie five happening today all the hiring the grocery chain needs workers for its warehouse in Greenwood jobs. Pay fifteen dollars an hour companies looking for people or at least eighteen hold a high school diploma or GED and can carry forty five pounds. If you're interested. Go to the warehouse at thirty one and he stopped eighteen from one to five this afternoon. Also happening today at the debate between the candidates for Senate, Joe Donnelly, his challengers, Mike, Ron Lucy Brennan will all be there. It's tonight at seven pretty university northwest in Westfield Westville is hope hosting it..

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"pretty university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"pretty university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Morning. Pretty university is still investigating the death of a student over homecoming weekend, the nineteen year old woman died after falling from a balcony it all happened early Saturday morning at the hub. That's a ten story apartment complex on peer street near purdue's, west Lafayette campus, that apartment building just open for the first time this fall, investigators are still trying to learn more about the moments before that young woman fell so new developments. Now, the confirmation battle for the president's supreme court nominee of second woman now saying she was the victim of sexual misconduct from Cavanaugh decades ago. The new accusation hit late last night in a report in the New Yorker, Deborah Ramirez, says cavenaugh exposed himself to her drunken dorm party at Yale University around thirty five years ago cavenaugh immediately, put out a statement saying the story was smear plain and simple. But some Democrats say the new allegations should bring an immediate halt to the effort to confirm cavenaugh. So a full investigation can be. Launched with someone steps forward and accuses another person of this kind of sexual assault. It needs to be taken. Seriously. What am I supposed to do? Go ahead and ruin this guy's life based on an accusation. I don't know when it happened. I don't know where it happened and everybody named in regard to being there said it didn't happen. The new accusation came just hours after negotiators had reached a deal with the woman who says Cavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were in high school pristine blazey Ford is scheduled to testify to the Senate Judiciary committee this Thursday neighbors in Muncie wanted the city to turn it abandoned neighborhood pool into a park, but time was running out the issue needed to be dealt with working for you amplify their voices. And the city has now responded are Derrick Thomas has more. This is the way the pool looked on August twenty second it, isn't total disrepair today. It is no different. But things have changed about the future of the Haldeman village. Eric via near residents wanted the city to pay the back taxes on the property. So would not fall into the hands of a private investor. The Muncie redevelopment commission paid over eighteen thousand dollars in back taxes to keep the property under city control. But not until after we did a story about post the story. We actually had a city council meeting where we packed the house. And there was over sixty residents there to engage with the city and courage the city to retain ownership, I think your story, and I think social media, I think just the organization in general got those people to fill in the city hall, and was helpful in convincing them to do something positive here city councilman Brad poke and Dan writing our appalled the efforts of the community. It is I think living proof that win. Good ideas. Out there. And people rally around those ideas that our city leaders do listen together, we're strong. We have strong voices. Obviously, it was something that that was very important for the neighborhood association as well as for the city to to accomplish this the city parks superintendent estimate cost between one hundred and fifty and one hundred seventy five thousand dollars to demolish. The pool refers at tennis courts and basketball courts and purchase brand new playground equipment. Another thing that must be done is to secure the pool area. This stick being used to fortify the gate will not be effective in discouraging somewhat determined to gain access in Muncie. Derrick thomas. Tv six time now is five oh six runner saying. Thank you to those who've made the ultimate sacrifice with a race to the finish line at crown hill cemetery. Our TV six was there as runners made their way through the course for the beyond the badge five K. It's all in memory of officers killed in the line of duty the race brings everyday people together with law enforcement for a little friendly competition. And it's also a reminder of the role these brave men and women play in our daily lives. Jerry Baker lost his son in the line of duty seventeen years ago forming a bond with other families of fallen officers. There was a promise that.

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"pretty university" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"pretty university" Discussed on WGTK

"Know of any other i'm not joking i believe me i would announce it with glee y'all all thought it'd be another one if they really were if they really go to a truly religious jewish or christian school a god center it's gotta be god center then that too will help them not be narcissistic and therefore less susceptible to leftism and number three i strongly advocate that your kid on carefree kid is ju or or christian or atheist go to israel for a couple of bucks because they will be hearing a lot of anti israel propaganda but they will have been there and they'll know what is a law and if they know that what they say about israel's ally the northeast say about america's ally so there were three recommendations work ideally waiter waitress from of only pretty university videos and israel all right got a lot of things to talk to you about you are listening to the dennis prager show ooh with srn news i'm rich thomason in washington we are therefore you one hundred percent reassuring words from president trump to hurricane erma victims in florida the president today is surveying the damage also meeting with people who lost so much to the storm it's not a deal that house minority leader nancy pelosi says the democrats do have what she terms and agreement with president trump you move ahead on immigration and explosion during a training exercise his injured a number of us special ops forces at fort bragg in north carolina a fourtenths of a percent rise in consumer prices last month casting some doubt on fed plans to hike interest rates once again on wall street the dow was up fifty one points the nasdaq down nineteen and the s p is off hugh points more detail side srn news dot com futures and options trading involves substantial risk in is not suitable for all investors fire the stockbroker in higher yourself on larry lavigne and i've been on.

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"pretty university" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"pretty university" Discussed on WGTK

"Sure what in the room the minnesota twins cities the patriot am twelve media love these people and i'm here to speak to the republican party of minnesota this evening the world continues him it's in each where each are we put it is gently as possible with this horrible attack yesterday in in london and those murdered where but this oh identify was a fifty one a fifty two year old terrorist born in britain i'm later in the second generation use to be danger for those of you who are i'm fetch awaited with the idea of bringing him hundreds of thousands of people oh from syria for example i my heart breaks for so many of these people there's no question about that but it a lot of these people come with a value system and that is alien that to western values unless you think all values are the same and then you are no other possible term for you all right he now we have i want to talk to of terrorism expert right now tom josh when he's been on the show number of times the is a quarter pretty university want isis wants as over three million views and he is with the foundation for defensive democracy so tom they dennis aerial well it's a it's an interesting question believe it or lit up usually how or you was fine and we move on carson america how worry.

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"pretty university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"pretty university" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Of support they young where they were coming forward now it could and scary it's frightening to speak out about shula musing about harassment whether if usa gymnastics whether it's athlete pretty university whatever it is you all now as well as i do what happens when young women like this come forward and if it just go so media the backlash is a med not to mention you're bucking the fifth dumb you're going to get the great your swimming up stream and it can barry thing it's humiliated when you think it's your fault and you're shamed in anybody who goes through this type of thing will tell you it now under climb to go public it's another reason why there are so many rape victims who don't move forward with charges who don't get to the point where it where they face their accuser in court and they make him or her hey for what they did you can really difficult to do and so i admire dominique for using her own pain to support other is and of course how can you not admired the young women both at michigan state andrew team usa from usa gymnastics or brave enough to fall these last fifth and a share their stories publicly no matter the cost of them are the pain but they have to go through because that's the only way the stops is the only way the culture of fear inside you as they gymnastics changes it.

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