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Board of Supervisors Names William Tate IV as LSU President
"Of the most interesting stories. concerns the lsu presidential search as well as the current president south carolina. And you're saying to yourself. What does that have to do with anything. Well certainly the president At lsu is critical because of all the problems they have down there and it was just a week ago. When william tate was named as the new president he Had headed over from the university of south carolina. But as they say hold on a second We may not be done with this story yet. Andrea gal who was brooks could be an has done what will certainly be Award winning investigative reporting on all the issues in that athletic department in andrea joins us Right now andrew first of all. Thanks for being here. it's It's great to have you on the show again. Good afternoon afternoon. So i think everyone was really excited last week. It looked like after a A winter of discontent. Maybe lsu had gotten it right With the hiring So that was last week though. And as you know living in baton rouge in louisiana later as a year ago when when you're watching the match nations of political worlds unfold. Let's pick up the story From that moment. And then we switch over to south carolina where we talked about The issues with bob kesling earlier with josh kendall is does does lsu avenue does it dissolves. You have a president or is he going to go back to south carolina. Well that's a great question. So the chairman of lsu's board of supervisors says that as of yesterday. He spoke to william tate. Who is the the south carolina. Provos who president and Lsu's board chairman says that provost tate assured him yesterday that he is committed to lsu and that he will be coming to lsu. And he's supposed to start. I believe july first or july second
Are financial institutions waking up to climate change?
"Concerned about climate change is rising around the world on the streets in parliaments and among investors questions about the future of fossil fuels are putting new pressure on companies. He's and financial institutions so he was made to discuss what this means are hugh vents daynuss chair of the sustainable finance committee at UBS and former adviser to to Bank of England governor mark. Carney and billy nauman a reporter for the FTA's moral money. which covers the world of sustainable finance? I billy let's talk about some examples of the financial impact of climate change. What's been the economic fallout from the Australian? Bushfires that's a very good example I think and and it's one that's still kind of playing out obviously so it will take some time to see. The True Fallout Bank of America made some projections that the fires just for the first quarter of twenty twenty twenty could subtract at least zero point zero point four percent from Australia's entire GDP. So yeah. It's it's bad and probably a bit worse than people. Were expecting only a month six weeks ago absolutely. Yeah I mean the numbers were seeing on the insurance sector at this point they. They don't jump off the page. Necessarily I think they were close to nine. Thousand fire related claims from September until early January but that compares to just fourteen hundred fifteen hundred hundred for the yearly average of the last five years. I think so. It's a massive uptick in so much is still coming at this point. It's hard to say with the crisis. It's still playing out how bad it's going to be right. Hugh you recently wrote pace for the FDA about why investors and boards NATO take climate. I'm at risk into account now the Australian fires an example of that sort of risk. Or you have other. Things changed as well. Australia is clearly very stark reminder of the potential attention challenges but I think it's a much broader range of issues and I think there's always a push poll we're seeing regulators start to impose stress tests on the banks and their insurers shores particularly led by Governor Connie but also there have been some great initiatives to improve the quality of data. Because the key issue if you can't measure it you can't manage it and I think one of the companies and boards in particular realized they will increasingly be held to account through numbers which could be used both by investors by pressure groups. And we shouldn't underestimate the impact or pressure groups oops grabbing and using this data so far it's been a kind of voluntary initiative nine hundred of the biggest one thousand five hundred companies now starting to measure data but bit by bit is improving but the challenges as just investor behavior themselves. A growing number of vest design meet. Astonished say well they're all GONNA be big valley dispersions not just more Stralia. It could be from changes in tax. Six regulation or Brandon Pam if people think the company simply not honoring its responsibility. So it's it's a range of issues but there was definite groundswell in the market and that son what we're seeing in all business. Yeah you mentioned shareholder pressure there. We've just seen shareholders in Barclays Bank demanding that it starts the phase out financing companies that are not aligned with the Paris agreement. I wonder if both of you this seems to be something of a step up in relation relation to shareholder action when it comes to financial institutions. Is that how you say it or do you think. It's a trend already saying certainly I see. It's a growing trend and I think it comes from particularly some of the AH owners the big pension funds who are demanding action something like two thirds of all new mandates which are granted have some sort of sustainable finance aspect so they're pressurizing the managers to put their money where the mouth is but secondly on billy side of the pond in the states. There's a much richer. Set of data around proxy voting. One of the most striking statistics about the current round was the provos around environment were as frequent has governance. I think that's the first year that I've seen that. Yeah that's absolutely been the trend in it's been increasing and and one of the things I think is interesting is looking at some of these pressure groups some of these activist groups. And they're really ramping up their efforts. I was at a thing in in September around climate week here in New York and it was the principles for responsible banking which is a big. UN Consortium of banks talking about what their responsibility is as bankers anchors in terms of helping the world achieved the sustainable development goals and even at that event there was a group of protesters out there. And you could tell it really struck a chord with the bankers anchors. That were there. You know they're thinking well we're the ones that are doing well. We signed our names to this piece of paper and replacing to do this but from the activist groups. The message was that's not enough. We need to see action on this. And they're very adamant about keeping up this pressure on the banks that are financing fossil fuel companies. That's the case isn't Hugh that the banks are moving. They are taking steps to be more transparent in many cases but at the same time activists are saying listen. That's great but we just want. You should get out of fossil fuels. Yeah I think this is very challenging because you know let's face it finances the arterial system of the economy. And so we always you need power and and whilst I think many can be frustrated with the pace of change this will be more evolutionary than revolutionary some stats that McConnell US recently is one hundred trillion dollars of power and a sustainable projects which needs to be financed of the next decade and some of the going green so a new soda plant but some of them can try to be improving the quality of what we've God and we shouldn't underestimate improving. The bad to good is actually still step forward and I think that's a very nuanced and difficult argument for a financial innovation to make into a pressure. Group agree with what you said and it is very important that we have financing for going from bad to good from Brown to green. Or however you want to phrase it but I think that at that area gets very ripe for greenwashing for putting money into things that are not actually improving climate emissions. Like they might say they. Are you talking. In relation onto green bonds there perhaps green bonds is a perfect example. Yeah and then there's these things called transition bond which is a relatively new development. You Know Green bonds you run into the the problem where these companies are issuing green bonds for these projects that are allegedly going to improve carbon emissions. But it's just they were going to do anyway at stuff they're mandated to do you buy some new set of regulations and they are going out with this green bond and getting better terms as a result because they can label it his green the transition bonds. It's something that's offered offered to companies that might not usually qualify for green bond but they need to transition to be more green so this is a new category of financing financing available to these companies that helps them fund projects that move along that spectrum from Brown to green. Yeah and I mean greenwashing is a concern obviously and seems to me that more and more focus has come onto these sorts of bonds at some people find a suspect however broadly speaking. Isn't this a structural troll issue. I mean it. Doesn't it really point to the fact that there's not enough regulation either national or international of this market. I'm not sure if it's necessarily the regulation because you know if you make an example. Sir Chris hones dissolve all the company's portfolio disclose. Just this Christopher Hon who has a large hedge fund and here in London and. He said that he's not going to invest in any company that doesn't abide by the climate disclosure guidelines. That Mr Connie and you helped develop the Governor Carney server initiative but I think that the bottom line here is that actually sometimes the activists in the regulators may not be that far apart. Obviously there's a lot of good hard work to be done around the Standards Serum the investor point of view. Wouldn't it be great if as early as possible tomorrow. Really these guidelines which as you say currently voluntary were made mandatory. So I think actually in the best thing to do would be say within three years it will be mandatory and get companies to get on undo it there are still some some creases to iron out in the methodology but I think I would be very encouraging of that. Why should we wait three years when we've got the climate scientists telling us that this is a matter of extreme urgency and we really need eight to be cutting emissions as quickly as possible and therefore financing of fossil fuels needs to be effectively reigned in so for me? I would want all the companies to start today. Hey but you may not want to co defy methodologies. There's still a work in progress so I think it's by saying we will make it managed to in three years and we really rather expect you to do it. This year is sort of awed. Get to and billy what about the US. Do you think that you're going to be seeing. Regulators introducing mandatory disclosure anytime soon. No no I don't think the Political Otago Environment here is is going to lead to that at all. Unfortunately and what does that mean then if we have a world in which we have say European countries are making it mandatory the US and others a saying saying it's fine. You don't need to what then happens if we have a very uneven playing field. Well I mean I think we kind of saw something like this with GDP right where American companies have to abide by GDP CPR if they have European clients or do business in Europe so it's it's not ideal that the US is dragging its feet on these sorts of issues. But I do think that US companies will have to come around to some degree depending on what sort of regulation comes out of the you just moving onto another area. Do you think there are parts of the financial world old that Performing will when it comes to taking climate concerns into account for example green bond market is expected to keep growing this year. And we've forty saint extraordinary growth there there any other areas where we are starting to see a real change. You're starting to see a lot of sustainability linked loans Richard similar to green bonds where banks are incentivizing borrowers to hit targets whether it's emissions reductions by whatever means they can do it and if they do so they get better terms on their loans. That kind of stuff is growing a lot of support. You'll nap there's lots of really interesting pockets. One of the ones which is hardly reported about is the private equity quarter to also trying to become more sustainable an increasing number of creating their own sustainable funds. But also if you turn this around and it's not just climate if you've got a very concentrated portfolio do you really WanNa make sure your companies are being well run and that by the time you come until I was seldom they actually look as valuable as possible. So there's an increasing focus on what I'd say is the sustainability the inability of the franchise in all its manifestations and clearly firms will prioritize. But there's a growing market as well in private equity. I'm a little skeptical of of a lot of the claims coming out of the private equity market cricket and that's because of the lack of transparency. A lot of the major major companies have come out with these big impact funds. And when you look under the hood at some of the investments they've made aide you know there since there are no kind of set definitions on what is impact or how impact is measured. Some of them do a little dubious. I've been doing some research into one. One of the the bigger impact funds and just looking at some of the underlying investments. This is the Bane Double Impact Fund which is run by Duval. Patrick who's a former governor of Massachusetts. WHO's now running for president here in the US and A lot of the investments are in home health care which is a growing sector but is that really impact or is that just a play for a sector that they think. There's going to be growth in. I think more transparency from the private equity market would help a lot in terms of if they do deserve credit on this to give them that credit. But I'm skeptical of a lot of their claims this to be frank right. I'd like to ask both of you when you think we will see major banks in Europe and on wall all straight no longer financing fossil fuels. Never sorry to be a downer. But unless they're strict regulation that says you cannot do this someone will always do. Okay never look we will want to keep the lights on and so I. My sense is that this isn't evolution. And I got back the statistic if there's one hundred trillion over investments be made in energy clean energy and transition. That's an extraordinary amount of money. And fumbled in central banks buying and so whether it's capital markets all banks or insurers don't need be financing all the overall transition I think that what regulators can do and what I was certainly arguing for in the pieces through stress testing the banks us through providing better data. You can at least act to trump bring forward when that transition happens and that's probably the best one can hope for. I mean even the practice of with that transition though is likely to have an impact on a lot of industries. And how should that be managed. Well this comes down to the big public policy questions which you know the F. T. writes about so eloquently silently. I mean these are genuinely as much political questions other opportunities. I think that you know Al Gore says the investing in Green Tech is one of the biggest investment opportunities in his lifetime and at one level we need to also change the language so it was seen as much. The investment opportunities immobilized the capital in the way. That governor Connie is going to be going onto after the bank as much chaz trying to stress test and think through the risks. And I think it's a bit of sticks and carrots to try not just along but that's not going to take away the very big political challenges ages of you know who wants a carbon tax. I think that's an excellent point. Actually I I will amend my never if there is a disruptive technology that makes fossil fuel obsolete then then they will stop financing it because it will no longer be profitable. Think about whale oil. I suppose you could compare it to that. When fossil fuels came along and made will oil obsolete than nobody nobody is financing it anymore? So maybe if there is some sort of green technology that completely upends the energy sector then that could lead to it from a fan perspective. I suppose billy thank very much end. Hugh thank
"provos" Discussed on What We Said
"This is the is the tease how we gotta instead of the mental. We'll see how the reaction is Besa yes I didn't want to like it's hard because all these people you know all these people personally and you know what it's like to be in the hot seat and like we were saying it's like I'm sure a lot of people wish they could do things differently. You Never Wanna be even though I have no connection to other than knowing you like I can see like you were saying how it gives me more sympathy for people on the bachelor who like say things and then they're like Ooh they probably didn't mean meaner didn't want to say but then everyone hates them and I was just like like things get so MS strode I rant and I think like Lauren. Nice girl like sweets and night in another nice. There's not a gun pointing us. She's nice and other good things no she wants to be like this. You Know Disney princess like people like her kind of thing and she felt like that was threatened and she needed to make sure For the audience that like she is still that and so she did. She did what she felt like. She had to do to maintain that Meanwhile you have like be. Who's like I'm just your average girl? Sometimes I say swear words you know. Whatever and people are like relatable like we love her and like Lauren's like what the heck like I'm the sweet sweet little princess and so She I think in that moment she did what she had to do to maintain sympathy persona or or what people like perceived her to be and I think that led her to be unfair. Jake onstage that makes sense that makes sense one. Also we've talked about this right after the show and I was like It's hard because you as viewers we see them as characters and nods the people. It's like a movie. It's like any kind of reality. Show like you dissociate them as an actual person because you don't see them in real life like their four year entertainments you. You talk about them as characters and it's just so different than in reality. Yeah and I think in October. There's only been a couple times I'm like do. I have depression Shen in my entire life like I think generally have good mental health but all of October I was like you know having these weird anxiety. Things and like bras probably depressed in October. which is weird? Because that's when the attention was coming but I was getting. DMZ Don't hurt be don't hurt be. Yeah you better not because I felt like people were very loose with like some very personal things with me because I was a character like yeah. Don't hurt her to her so I don't JC AC. We commenting on though. I don't blame any twice if you're dating if your debut I don't I don't blame anybody for like doing that Because they they don't like know what people are like going through And like I signed up for it too I guess. Also that's a piece of advice if you're going to do that. Show once wants it done and Like inbetween during its showing an airing. I would talk to a mental health professional throughout that whole process which is good and I think anytime you're in the public eye. I even with us. It's like with instagram with youtube or with podcasting and say you kind of are signing up for it's like people say whatever they want to say they do community they can say whatever they want to say to you and not that. It's like your responsibility to take that as the truth. But it's kind of part of the job and yeah you have to go through a stage of learning how to deal with that in a healthy way. It's difficult because it's like ninety nine percent of the comments. I can like be like whatever you know. Now that they're just one of the masses but when you're in a bad mood you're lonely you're mad at something else and you see one bad comment. Wow it's it's it's funny. How like it can be no worse than any other comment? It just like really like does as well. Yeah for sure especially on days like this is at least I am. If I'm feeling insecure about something already like deep down. I might not even be sure like aware that I'm insecure about it. And someone says something about it and they're not even trying to be necessarily like purposely hurtful. Those are the ones I'm like. Oh my gosh. She's just a hater. I can't believe in but then I'm still thinking about it and telling everybody I'm like Oh this is what this person said Blah Blah actually like and like. That's what's so funny is like I had. I talked to like McKell. Unlike my podcast she was on the the bachelor add. I've I've I've gotten to know a lot of these people and everyone's just trying to do everybody's like trying to be a good person and like you know you you're both like very lovely people and I'll just try in. You know whatever whatever so people can say those mean cutthroat things but these. I'm talking to two very level headed nice people right now thank you. There's three in the room. So let's talk about after the show after the final rose if you will what was because in the finale when be picked Walker and she did did not pick you. You looked like genuinely really sad and surprise and surprised. So let's talk about that a little bit and we'll get into like what happened after that. Yeah the surprise was you always WanNa be self a healthy amount of self critical like you. Don't want to think too much of yourself and I to try to keep that under control so I think I thought my odds were like eighty twenty to ninety ten of me winning and I and it's not even about me winning. I thought like be trusted that be would pick Would pick me because like we had a connection and I trusted that connection that we had But I would tell people like Fifty fifty chance. I don't even know I don't know that could be walker but I thought it was would be me and so that was the genuine. Likes like when it came down to it was like Oh shoot like this is this is like this is the one you know that this she she she she picked the other guy This is the scenario lake. I anticipated less and So there was that an mixed mixed with. There's like an embarrassment there's four people watching with a camera and everything and And it's different than a ceremony riot ceremony. It's it's like oh you can kinda like mask your emotion. You can just kind of walk off and you can't be go be sat on your own. I had to explain stuff tour. Had talk like she she Ended it with me and I had to like the words with words and it was just surprising like I. I just couldn't believe it so and and So I was genuine. That was all real that was that was all real so afterwards like well. Where do you go from there? You don't get picked you go home. Tom Years like K.. Like what's what's next. And how long did her and Walker even kind of last date. I don't want to speak for them but I don't. Okay now it's too long I wanna say it was within a few weeks of Of after the show elster. I I don't know I would let Walker speak for himself on that ghost her did you like. What was your first interaction with be after did you? I think we're we. I saw her at a party for the first time in a while and really got our hopes up. Because someone's like Oh. I saw picture of Keaton and be at a party together was is like yeah. But what's funny is that as months and months of us like talking and being in being Ron's yeah friends and that was like which we were okay? Oh you guys did a very good job. Everyone on the show of like keeping it under wraps relentless looking Oh really we were looking for spoilt. Not US makes it. Yeah I told you spoilers you said you send an NDA. I did sign in India. We got him now. All okay okay. Going back to what was your. Did you guys like ever text after long discussions and like there was like a couple apple like not dates per se but like us talking getting lunch like us like hanging out alone that you guys kiss again after. We've we never kissed. And that's that's me like trying to Netflix. If it were different circumstances like I'm not saying I wouldn't ever do that with somebody else like inbetween relationships with but like with her. I didn't feel like that would be appropriate because I didn't want her to get any because like even after the show. There was still electoral. Maybe I could date this girl But I didn't want her to be like okay. I think she fell into this false dichotomy. And she thinks she's aware of this like Keaton or Walker Keaton or Walker Keaton Walker when there's a lot of guys out there she's she's gorgeous she's smart. She's bright she's she spunk and she's fun and I got nervous that she lake. She fell into that. And it's like Oh Walker. This didn't work out with Walker so thus must be a kitten and I I wanted her. I WanNa make sure that she knew that it wasn't just like just me and And she's she's discovering that now and I think she's having a very healthy dating life right now. Are Your feelings gone for beardie style feelings. I we are great friends. Graha friends could you. I hear a lot about her but a platonic -Ly Okay Son Answer their question so you don't how you're not like thinking like maybe in the future you're just like I'm not thinking about it now. I don't rule anything out but like I'm currently. It's not a thing that I think about on a daily basis now. Now don't you ever be the next bachelor. Four worry provost most eligible. That is something that I'm cleaning towards. No okay I'm leaning towards no 'cause I WANNA cash on that clout now and I yeah. I don't WanNa ruin it. You don't want to ruin WANNA hurt a girl in front of Provo and then like all this cloud exactly Gli that and I'm you know I've dating datings probably a little bit healthier not on camera I would probably agree. So there's a couple of people that I have been talking to since the show that I've grown feelings towards and so at the same time there's like one but like I don't WanNa like well whatever anyways yes but so I don't. I can't guarantee that it'll be a single person also I don't really WANNA be Mormon Vamos. Yeah I get chunks kind of a weird thing to be Mormon famous I feel you okay. So we're going to wrap this up with. What do you think is the best piece of college dating advice for guys start with the guys and then the best peach apiece the best peach the best piece of college dating advice girls? Oh my goodness maybe I should have thought more about this so we all have like our lists right like like you know. I want strong independent woman. Who can like who can lead And who can you know. Have a good laugh right. Those are for you and a good girl bad already established and I actually lake whatever. She doesn't have to be a good girl. I'm down for a straight A bad ass But wind somebody hits like four or five of those checklists things Sometimes people might perceive this person to be like some kind of Unicorn like this is the person this is like..
"provos" Discussed on What We Said
"Ah That's mostly I mean we can get in and all like the Patriarchy of the Church and everything we can if you want to. Yeah Yeah that I'm like I'm a poly SCI major. I can talk a lot about this but yeah there's a lot of weird chamie stuff with With the way the girls are brought up in the church. That's going to absolutely have to go for me but saying what is it. I'm trying to think of like the the more prayers you have the like the hot air baptisms you have mostly silly. Yeah like people don't really believe that but you know one or two but it's okay I I understand that people don't believe it but it's like it's truth behind every just kidding where it's like that's kind of the principal. Yeah they want a lot of people people want things they want. They want like a nice good girl like that can teach Sunday school really well but can also get like freaky when they want them. Oh yeah this this is the thing guys on a good girl could be bad for the girls WANNA bad boy. That'd be good for them. Yeah Yeah wow very. That's my principal right and that's one hundred every situation. That's the Gospel all right. What is it like watching yourself day in front of thousands? The people like when you watch it back. Are you cringing. You like it was pretty good. Well I think what's interesting is I cringe myself like I'm like Ooh and then when it's all said and done and like people are commenting. It's like okay. I guess that wasn't like that wasn't that cringe. Like so. The worst critic is yourself and so I. I'm nervous that everything's GONNA to come off super cringing but then you know I think what worked is I have this strategy I was like I'm going to be brutally honest the whole time and I worked. Apparently apparently the fans like it when people are like brutally honest and vulnerable and are transparent so that was my goal and if out anybody they were going to go on a similar dating show that's what I would recommend them so it was It was it was good A lot of the things. I was nervous about it. Didn't really like you don't really see it. So okay. I was nervous. People would think that I was like boring or that. I was like UNROMANTIC. Oh the opposite from both of those things so grads what do you think was the cringe. IUS moment of the show the whole thing. Oh Gosh love how you are. There's a lot of like little moments and you don't know for example like Matt and B's Interaction Interaction so matt his Nice Brazilian gentleman and Be is you know. She's she's a nice girl and they're talking and and he he just has his hands on her and he he just didn't read at that and I've I've probably in my in. My dating. Experience has made a girl feel uncomfortable uncomfortable for x y reason but it's just like he didn't know that he was doing that and he totally is like you know retrospect bias. You like He. You can definitely see that. He was making her field camera but he didn't know and so like there's a lot of like little cringe moments like that. He had just had like had her hand on her knee. Not a big big deal. Yeah it was a little much. It's almost like the little things that aren't select. Oh my gosh those are the most cringe uncomfortable thing. The accumulation of like the little things definitely only the number one thing was win. Austin's which teams that was. Hello Awkward. That was awkward in in real life. Sousse one of the most awkward moments in my life top ten for sure. Why on Earth did they think that was a good idea? Kind of explain a little bit of a backstory for someone who doesn't know how so so You can switch teams after week one. We are put in six guys on each girls team and you are allowed to move. Austin was like Ham. I'm GonNa take that and I'm GONNA be on all three teams. That was which he did he wanted. I think the end goal was always Lauren and so he just Kinda like was like all right. I'm going to use whatever situation I'm in to get to like Lauren and there was a lot of like texting like breaking the rules. kind of like like off camera between Austin Twin Lauren and Austin. Yeah I think there was a one on one date. That wasn't supposed to happen the day before and and they planned this thing and we've all done one of those things where we do something dumb and we realized that and we look back. I'm like Oh my gosh. What was I thinking? mm-hmm yeah I think though like there could have been a little bit more of that from those two They just it was a los a circumstance of low self awareness like they. I didn't think that I would have that reaction but it was a very offensive thing to do less. Yes so they got up and sang a song together at a Karaoke and he so he was expressing a a lot of his affection. And like you know feelings for B but then like yeah they sing like this cute little like Disney of frozen song long and at the end. They're like do you want me to. What's the one line where it's like Do on like get married or something like that. I don't know it's like making each other sandwiches or whatever sandwiches that's what I was gonNA say. Hello and then. He's like do you want me to be on your team. And she's like yeah she's like we just was dead. It was like as if it was like the most the office moment of my life where I was like well like looking at the camera. Like our yeah exactly. No no that was really. It was really embarrassing for B.. And I that's that was why I was so crunchy it was like cringes slash. I got really mad and really defensive for be I would be too honestly though like I know. Obviously you're going to be embarrassed if you are in B.'s situation but it was way more bursting in Austin because it was like four bad for them. No no no. I'm just saying like it was more embarrassing that they did that. They like and honestly good. Riddance Austin's yeah but yeah that was very cringe. What do you think they won't cringing moment of the show us what you're gonNA hear it? I think maybe maybe one of the craziest parts was when Ben left with the new Ben. Ben Don morning he when he left never really like knew him then. WHO's the girlfriend in the car? It wasn't the fact that he left. Yeah I didn't really care but like the way that it all went down with like the music and then everyone's reaction I remember it. Showed Walkers Reaction Music so so sick and I'm like no that was not. It was only found actually was like talking to WHO's Elliot's he was allies like when he was actually talking about it and it made sense. You weren't like Oh my gosh sure leaving. I was kind of like. Oh that's kinda sweet like really like this girl and he was actually genuine about it and then all of a sudden he puts on sunglasses and like music like Dune. It's in the garden. Drive the off. That was granted I would say. The cringes part for me. Honestly this is probably sometimes when people have like an eighty five. IQ They make decisions. That's all yeah was okay. And when was he actually that tool ish or was he kinda putting on a show. I mean in. Yeah we all were you know. I am the only memories I have of him were that he was kind of quiet. Actually so that that all I didn't know that he was like saying a lot of that stuff but they they like. They probably liked him saying all that they they like the guy that was just unapologetically like Tulu Ish and like he was willing going to play that part. The only memory I have is like when we'd be joking around as guys he would always laugh like a half a second after the rest of us you know like he was like Michael. This is this okay you all we all have that one friend. That does the room scan like. Is this socially acceptable to laugh. Yeah okay literally like a baby when everyone's laughing they're like that was him. He'd always like look really confused. Like what are we. What's okay? What's the context? What's what's funny? Okay here the laugh now. Laugh now Q.. Okay my occurred jess moment was win. Jake seeing Phantom of the opera and he wouldn't stop by far car when he was sitting and the other guy was like watching them. I'm sorry look I love the opera. I I'm down to sing. I have that was the first album. I put on my Ipod so mormon so more like someone was standing there and he liked just wanted to sing for the. He's actually good. Yeah he was good but how how Mormon Izabela Hey third day going to sing. Yeah Looney is this is important reminded me. I was watching with abby and I actually told us on our worst date upset but she was in the car with a guy and he was singing along to a song it was their first day but actually trying to sing and she was like he was senior singing. He's like went really high and it was super off pitch news like looking at her like she's like. Get me out of this car. Like I'm not impressed by her singing. Not The literally incredible even if they made on the first Karaoke is like supposed to be Elo or any the area. Don't use it as your time to shine like all right here we go. Here's my time. No show these people. Yeah and he like doc it's when when they purposely do it like the guy in the car with abby like turned on the song like start saying Oh and Jake like turned on ten of the opera and it's like okay. Well speaking of that you say you're career. Say Your Team Joe Yellow Talk about team team. Lauren okay all right. Let's do it the other team. Yeah T- yeah what. What do you want to know about Jake is he okay? We feel like we feel like the last. The mental all was like left on a very weird note between Wean them and it seemed like something was like very deep was going on the whole show. plan very well and I do think like if you could go back you you would change a lot of what happened that night that was. It was just a weird night so mental so mental. All this is months after we dated these These girls there's a movie theater filled with a bunch of fans and they like watch. Everything happened directly afterwards. We do the mental. There was no no like week for the fans to Blake pry process. So they'll watch the finale and then it's mental then and none. Nobody still dating anybody and so a lot of the fans but I feel like Oh this all these guys are like so tool ish because they did this to these girls they really appreciate it and so everybody. It's just a super tense environment and probably really awkward for you guys to. Because you're like sorry interesting. Yeah I had the luxury of being like the fans aver kings. The one that got away like and so It was easy for me to like look look like a good guy in that situation but then so you have walker. And he's on the hot seat and he's like trying to answer the questions. Well I would have answered them a little bit differently. And I think he would have in retrospect aspect but But then get jake and so you have fans that Wanna cut his throat out and then you also have like Lauren. WHO's kind of throwing like very accusing like things at him in front of an audience that like I'll just say straight like are half truths? Okay yeah just like to kind of defend herself just absolutely like like Oh. He doesn't like one half kids. Bullshit sorry like but that's just not true. He didn't didn't WanNa have kids at that time he wants to her like. She's a key wants to live in an apartment. I WanNa live in a house. I'm like wait. I'm so that's so a the long distance dating like come on long distance dating is if you are for extended months like in different cities. He went on vacation with his family. And that's the truth and I've seen the snapshots is all and all the like conversation threads and everything. Oh they were talking a lot. There was no he like. Let let go. He abandoned me. Also sorry okay. I'm getting into it also learn. You broke up with him so you know you know what happens when you break up with somebody they can be like. Okay bye bye forever now because we're broken up and that was your decision. You decided to do that but like you. You breaking up with him and then like a week later being oh just kidding. Let's talk about it and then for him to say you know what it's best that we're not together. He's not the bad guy in that situation. Now so I can you just get so heated. No yeah but like the reason. I get heated because Jake's like JAS my friend and I'm biased towards him. Obviously but he cried. He cried the mental all. He had like a breakdown on after his after his moment. I know Sam like is he okay. He looked like he was really going through it. Yeah Yeah Yeah and so I and I. That's what happened is like when he was done done he he comes up to me. He gives me a hug and it was like an elongated hug on like okay buddy. And then he like didn't stop hugging me and then he started shaking. And I'm like Oh gosh like and that's where I got a little mad and I'm glad he did but he stopped me from calling Lauren out while you're up there on the mentally I was about to. This is the is the tease how we gotta instead of the mental. We'll see how the reaction is Besa.
"provos" Discussed on What We Said
"Ah That's mostly I mean we can get in and all like the Patriarchy of the Church and everything we can if you want to. Yeah Yeah that I'm like I'm a poly SCI major. I can talk a lot about this but yeah there's a lot of weird chamie stuff with With the way the girls are brought up in the church. That's going to absolutely have to go for me but saying what is it. I'm trying to think of like the the more prayers you have the like the hot air baptisms you have mostly silly. Yeah like people don't really believe that but you know one or two but it's okay I I understand that people don't believe it but it's like it's truth behind every just kidding where it's like that's kind of the principal. Yeah they want a lot of people people want things they want. They want like a nice good girl like that can teach Sunday school really well but can also get like freaky when they want them. Oh yeah this this is the thing guys on a good girl could be bad for the girls WANNA bad boy. That'd be good for them. Yeah Yeah wow very. That's my principal right and that's one hundred every situation. That's the Gospel all right. What is it like watching yourself day in front of thousands? The people like when you watch it back. Are you cringing. You like it was pretty good. Well I think what's interesting is I cringe myself like I'm like Ooh and then when it's all said and done and like people are commenting. It's like okay. I guess that wasn't like that wasn't that cringe. Like so. The worst critic is yourself and so I. I'm nervous that everything's GONNA to come off super cringing but then you know I think what worked is I have this strategy I was like I'm going to be brutally honest the whole time and I worked. Apparently apparently the fans like it when people are like brutally honest and vulnerable and are transparent so that was my goal and if out anybody they were going to go on a similar dating show that's what I would recommend them so it was It was it was good A lot of the things. I was nervous about it. Didn't really like you don't really see it. So okay. I was nervous. People would think that I was like boring or that. I was like UNROMANTIC. Oh the opposite from both of those things so grads what do you think was the cringe. IUS moment of the show the whole thing. Oh Gosh love how you are. There's a lot of like little moments and you don't know for example like Matt and B's Interaction Interaction so matt his Nice Brazilian gentleman and Be is you know. She's she's a nice girl and they're talking and and he he just has his hands on her and he he just didn't read at that and I've I've probably in my in. My dating. Experience has made a girl feel uncomfortable uncomfortable for x y reason but it's just like he didn't know that he was doing that and he totally is like you know retrospect bias. You like He. You can definitely see that. He was making her field camera but he didn't know and so like there's a lot of like little cringe moments like that. He had just had like had her hand on her knee. Not a big big deal. Yeah it was a little much. It's almost like the little things that aren't select. Oh my gosh those are the most cringe uncomfortable thing. The accumulation of like the little things definitely only the number one thing was win. Austin's which teams that was. Hello Awkward. That was awkward in in real life. Sousse one of the most awkward moments in my life top ten for sure. Why on Earth did they think that was a good idea? Kind of explain a little bit of a backstory for someone who doesn't know how so so You can switch teams after week one. We are put in six guys on each girls team and you are allowed to move. Austin was like Ham. I'm GonNa take that and I'm GONNA be on all three teams. That was which he did he wanted. I think the end goal was always Lauren and so he just Kinda like was like all right. I'm going to use whatever situation I'm in to get to like Lauren and there was a lot of like texting like breaking the rules. kind of like like off camera between Austin Twin Lauren and Austin. Yeah I think there was a one on one date. That wasn't supposed to happen the day before and and they planned this thing and we've all done one of those things where we do something dumb and we realized that and we look back. I'm like Oh my gosh. What was I thinking? mm-hmm yeah I think though like there could have been a little bit more of that from those two They just it was a los a circumstance of low self awareness like they. I didn't think that I would have that reaction but it was a very offensive thing to do less. Yes so they got up and sang a song together at a Karaoke and he so he was expressing a a lot of his affection. And like you know feelings for B but then like yeah they sing like this cute little like Disney of frozen song long and at the end. They're like do you want me to. What's the one line where it's like Do on like get married or something like that. I don't know it's like making each other sandwiches or whatever sandwiches that's what I was gonNA say. Hello and then. He's like do you want me to be on your team. And she's like yeah she's like we just was dead. It was like as if it was like the most the office moment of my life where I was like well like looking at the camera. Like our yeah exactly. No no that was really. It was really embarrassing for B.. And I that's that was why I was so crunchy it was like cringes slash. I got really mad and really defensive for be I would be too honestly though like I know. Obviously you're going to be embarrassed if you are in B.'s situation but it was way more bursting in Austin because it was like four bad for them. No no no. I'm just saying like it was more embarrassing that they did that. They like and honestly good. Riddance Austin's yeah but yeah that was very cringe. What do you think they won't cringing moment of the show us what you're gonNA hear it? I think maybe maybe one of the craziest parts was when Ben left with the new Ben. Ben Don morning he when he left never really like knew him then. WHO's the girlfriend in the car? It wasn't the fact that he left. Yeah I didn't really care but like the way that it all went down with like the music and then everyone's reaction I remember it. Showed Walkers Reaction Music so so sick and I'm like no that was not. It was only found actually was like talking to WHO's Elliot's he was allies like when he was actually talking about it and it made sense. You weren't like Oh my gosh sure leaving. I was kind of like. Oh that's kinda sweet like really like this girl and he was actually genuine about it and then all of a sudden he puts on sunglasses and like music like Dune. It's in the garden. Drive the off. That was granted I would say. The cringes part for me. Honestly this is probably sometimes when people have like an eighty five. IQ They make decisions. That's all yeah was okay. And when was he actually that tool ish or was he kinda putting on a show. I mean in. Yeah we all were you know. I am the only memories I have of him were that he was kind of quiet. Actually so that that all I didn't know that he was like saying a lot of that stuff but they they like. They probably liked him saying all that they they like the guy that was just unapologetically like Tulu Ish and like he was willing going to play that part. The only memory I have is like when we'd be joking around as guys he would always laugh like a half a second after the rest of us you know like he was like Michael. This is this okay you all we all have that one friend. That does the room scan like. Is this socially acceptable to laugh. Yeah okay literally like a baby when everyone's laughing they're like that was him. He'd always like look really confused. Like what are we. What's okay? What's the context? What's what's funny? Okay here the laugh now. Laugh now Q.. Okay my occurred jess moment was win. Jake seeing Phantom of the opera and he wouldn't stop by far car when he was sitting and the other guy was like watching them. I'm sorry look I love the opera. I I'm down to sing. I have that was the first album. I put on my Ipod so mormon so more like someone was standing there and he liked just wanted to sing for the. He's actually good. Yeah he was good but how how Mormon Izabela Hey third day going to sing. Yeah Looney is this is important reminded me. I was watching with abby and I actually told us on our worst date upset but she was in the car with a guy and he was singing along to a song it was their first day but actually trying to sing and she was like he was senior singing. He's like went really high and it was super off pitch news like looking at her like she's like. Get me out of this car. Like I'm not impressed by her singing. Not The literally incredible even if they made on the first Karaoke is like supposed to be Elo or any the area. Don't use it as your time to shine like all right here we go. Here's my time. No show these people. Yeah and he like doc it's when when they purposely do it like the guy in the car with abby like turned on the song like start saying Oh and Jake like turned on ten of the opera and it's like okay. Well speaking of that you say you're career. Say Your Team Joe Yellow Talk about team team. Lauren okay all right. Let's do it the other team. Yeah T- yeah what. What do you want to know about Jake is he okay? We feel like we feel like the last. The mental all was like left on a very weird note between Wean them and it seemed like something was like very deep was going on the whole show. plan very well and I do think like if you could go back you you would change a lot of what happened that night that was. It was just a weird night so mental so mental. All this is months after we dated these These girls there's a movie theater filled with a bunch of fans and they like watch. Everything happened directly afterwards. We do the mental. There was no no like week for the fans to Blake pry process. So they'll watch the finale and then it's mental then and none. Nobody still dating anybody and so a lot of the fans but I feel like Oh this all these guys are like so tool ish because they did this to these girls they really appreciate it and so everybody. It's just a super tense environment and probably really awkward for you guys to. Because you're like sorry interesting. Yeah I had the luxury of being like the fans aver kings. The one that got away like and so It was easy for me to like look look like a good guy in that situation but then so you have walker. And he's on the hot seat and he's like trying to answer the questions. Well I would have answered them a little bit differently. And I think he would have in retrospect aspect but But then get jake and so you have fans that Wanna cut his throat out and then you also have like Lauren. WHO's kind of throwing like very accusing like things at him in front of an audience that like I'll just say straight like are half truths? Okay yeah just like to kind of defend herself just absolutely like like Oh. He doesn't like one half kids. Bullshit sorry like but that's just not true. He didn't didn't WanNa have kids at that time he wants to her like. She's a key wants to live in an apartment. I WanNa live in a house. I'm like wait. I'm so that's so a the long distance dating like come on long distance dating is if you are for extended months like in different cities..
"provos" Discussed on What We Said
"This year go to fabrics dot dot com slash. What we said so the first week when be picked you to be on her team like the top six and she whispered? Am I right that she whispered. You're my number one. Pick invest some my favorite or something. But when I saw that I was like heck knows what she's doing like thank goodness on these shows shows. You always know they go for the ones that don't like them as much and I don't blame them because that's how dating is anyway so you always want. We can't have kind of so I was like okay. She's she's now she's got a good head on her shoulders. Did you from that point on. No you were the favourite or were you kind of always insecure. Where you kind of like playing that? You're insecure about other relationships chips. That was like good and bad in ways like I was happy that like I was one of the favorites from the beginning but also like we had a few moments woman's together and were supposed to cultivate a relationship so I think that put a lot of pressure on me and I I was mostly putting it on myself that it's it's like okay like favorite so I remember like the first two episodes like figure out if I like her now or I'm Outta here like 'cause I don't I don't want to break her heart because I did care about her. She such a wonderful person. I didn't want her any type of way so I think I put like pressure on myself to like. Don't hurt her. Don't her you gotTa know if you like or you know like Plus you're not only hurting her. You're hurting her in front of thousands of exactly and like again like I was coming in pretty calculated related considering like all of that but yeah so I don't do they answer the questions. Definitely I wanted to ask. I remember what I wanted to ask earlier the casting process. So how did you did someone ask you to be on the show or did you apply to be on the show. Yeah Oh my gosh. It was the most tulips way I could've ever applied but like people were applying and like my friends and I were talking about it and so I just I just posted a like. Hey I run basic provo. Abro like there was like you're supposed to write a paragraph about yourself and I I run. I run basic Bro Flex and so I got. I got the to call backs. There were two interviews. And how many people do you think plot already know that there were hundreds there were hundreds and hundreds of they did a lot of searching. Yeah really do.
"provos" Discussed on ChupaCast
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How Young Animals Leave Their Homes
"Hey Don why the sad face oil. I'm beginning to think my son will never move <unk> out of the basement. I wouldn't worry natal. Dispersal is a perfectly natural thing mittel what natal dispersal that's what happens happens when young animals leave home to make a life for themselves birds leave the nest mammals leave their home territories. Do we know why believe scientists. I think there are a number of reasons why young animals leave home by doing so they avoid competing with their relatives for resources they avoid competing with each other for mates and they also avoid inbreeding which can lead to less healthy offspring Hsueh. Do all animals disperse not all but let's let's take bears as an example scientists kept track of bear dispersal in several parts of the world. Most bears left their mothers territory before they reached. Sexual maturity at age five in Scandinavia Ninety four percent of brown bear males and forty. One percent of females left their natal territory. Eh in Canada grizzly bear males and females left their mothers territory but males left in greater numbers and traveled farther than females in Virginia black. Bear mothers encouraged their young to move away at one year of age and males even swam across rivers to find a new home. Hm You don't seem convinced oh I'm convinced then what is it through. Scientists say anything about charging rent to encouraged dispersal. I think that just might work for you. On this moment of science comes from Indiana University with production support from the office of the provos bulls. We're on the web at a moment of science dot Org. I'm Ya'LL CASSANDRA arm dangles.
The Paradox Of Predator And Prey
"Here's a riddle for Yale. Imagine you're during an African Wildlife Park. One area of the park is teaming with prey animals such as head elope while another area is. is relatively sparsely populated prayed. Have we got into the real yet here it is where would you expect to find the most predators where there's more pray or less pray well. It would seem logical that where there's more pray there'd be more predators but since this is a riddle I suspect that the answer maybe counter intuitive. You're probably right. According to a study by scientists at McGill University here is with more pray do in fact have more predators overall than areas. As with relatively sparse pray but lots of pray does not result in as many predators as you'd think in fact in the most plentiful pray regions of Africa lions are much less populous than you'd expect okay but why why if there's more to eat wouldn't predators thrive and have more offspring you think so but it also turns out that when there's a lot of prey animals crowded into an area the prey tend to have fewer offspring per individual which in turn seems to. Limit the number of predators that because predators tend to prey on the youngest and weakest members of a heard maybe in any case this discovery may have a real not only a curious phenomenon but a full blown will of nature. There's still lots to learn about exactly how and why prepared to relationship works the way it does but this study has gotten things off to an intriguing start. This moment of science comes from Indiana University with production support from the office of the PROVOS. We're on the web.
Laughing Through Brain Surgery
"Hey, don. Can you imagine having to get brain surgery? While awake there, you are lying on the operating table. With your brain, exposed completely aware of everything. Doctors are doing why would I be awake in some operations surgeons need to be able to talk to the patient there operating on to check if their language skills are being affected, or if any other problems are arising, the patient's scalp is numb d-, and the brain doesn't have any pain receptors? So it isn't painful one of those surgeries. I just laughed my way through it parade. Very funny will need some help researchers found that. Electrically, stimulating apart of the patient's brain, color, senior bundle and uses laughter, followed by an immediate feeling of relaxation and happiness. The first patient, they tested his own reported that she had an urge to laugh involuntarily and then felt pleasantly relaxed. The stimulation, even though she was normally an anxious person. She even went on to tell jokes about our family during the surgery to other patients reported similar reactions, researchers say that it makes sense that stimulating the singular bundle would cause a complex reaction like this, since at a crossroads of different lobes, and so may be involved in a whole host of different networks in the brain, some neurosurgeon are skeptical about whether all patients would react the same way, while other researchers would like to see more research done on the singular bundle as a target for brain stimulation therapies for mood and pain disorders here, I was thinking you were pulling my leg this moment of science comes from Indiana University with production support from the office of the provos. I'm Don glass, and I'm Cassandra.
"provos" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To weather, but a majority of them possibly connected to one single navigation system in these smaller jets, several regional carriers that fly the CR, j with a specific rockwell-collins satellite, navigation system. We're getting air messages. So the planes, couldn't fly that led to the hundreds of cancelation on Sunday, and on Monday, more than four hundred flights cancelled the majority suspected of being part of. The satellite navigation system. In most flights out of Logan. Do not seem to be affected at this time. Well the mistakes add up in Massachusetts medicine. A new survey has found that over sixty thousand medical errors in the state cost over six hundred million dollars for follow up care within the course of one year, the analysis of 2013 insurance claims found that most common and costly were preventable. These includes pressure, ulcers, bedsores, post-surgery infections. The survey was released today by Betsy Lehman center for patient safety. It's eleven forty eight now on WBZ grocery chain Kroger says it's recalling some frozen berries, over possible hepatitis A contamination of food and Drug administration telling Kroger that a sample of its private selection, frozen berries was found to be contaminated with hepatitis A at potatoes, as a contagious liver disease that can range from mild to serious illness, lasting weeks to months, the FDA saying, as of Friday, no customer illnesses have been reported three called items include private. Selection frozen. Triple berry medley in forty eight ounces and sixteen ounces and sixteen ounce private selection, frozen blackberries, and even with the berry should throw them away or return them. Ryan burrow, ABC news. And orca citing for passengers on a fishing charter boat off the coast of Massachusetts. Chatham based got striper fishing charters shirt video, on Facebook of the killer whale spotted east of Chatham. The Atlantic white shark conservancy says they citing like this is very rare. Well, the president of the US, naval war college has been reassigned amid an inspector general investigation. Now, this follows allegations that Rear Admiral Geoffrey Harley spent excessively abused his hiring authority, and otherwise behaved inappropriately Harley says he has light hearted leadership style, including keeping a Margarita machine in his office hosting free hugs games of twister high ranking officials, including the navy secretary are due on campus for this week strategy form and graduation at the elite school, which grooms future admirals. General's. The navy says provos Louis m Duncan has temporarily assumed the president's duties we get you a check on traffic and weather together. That is on the way next on WBZ as we continue to follow our top stories at this hour. David Ortiz, shot the Dominican Republic out of surgery, six hours worth of surgery, that he underwent in the capital of Santo Domingo where the shooting took place. So it was all a nightclub. We have reaction and WBZ ten thirty dot com. Also surveillance video of the incident story. We'll be following throughout the day here on WBZ NewsRadio. Ten thirty. It's eleven fifty.
"provos" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"For two two home runs that one eight to one blast to right. And the twins a three nothing lead as Kepler swings hammers high and deep to center back at goes deep. It goes three Homer night. Kepler. His second three Homer game here in Cleveland. This one dead center. He knows fifteen on the year and a twins. Get that run back and now lead five to one great calls from Corey provos on the Minnesota Twins radio network. Two reasons why this is unexpected. Number one Kepler started the game against the Indians on Thursday mired in a massive slump. He was over twenty one when he stepped in the plate in the first inning and connected with that initial home run against Trevor Bauer. He also had two more home runs in the third and the seventh off Trevor Bauer. But here's the other reason it was unexpected new hair Corey mentioned at the end of that montage second career three home run game for max Keppler. The other one also against the Indians back in two thousand sixteen if industrial plants could capture CO to think how we could help lower emissions Exxon Mobil is working to make it happen. That's the unexpected energy of Exxon. Mobile, it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. Something else that was unexpected. And this is probably one of my favorite moments of the week, even though it's not necessarily connected connected, sports, but not necessarily sports moment, one member of the NFL fraternity got a cool promotion this week patriots long snapper Joe. Cardona was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in the navy on Thursday morning and there was a special event held at Gillette stadium. Now, if you know, Bill Bella checks history, you know, he is very partial to the naval academy, which is where Cardona went to school. Bella checks, dad, coach there for more than thirty years. And so it was one of the first things that Bill Belichick and Tom Brady talked about when they were talking football and addressing the media on Thursday -gratulations to.
"provos" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Six to seven when I received a specialist and was your experience, any better any different. It was a bit better in, in the effect that I actually went to a dorm that was not a freshman, dorm. I was at Creswell and I've found. Later that Chris was really the name Mira Creswell was the first woman though, she was white the first woman to get a degree at the university of Georgia. I don't know if you knew that, but Cresswell dorm was named after her, and there, I didn't have to have the you see at at the off. I will Myers Charlene. And I both had this little tiny kitchen. And I said, I didn't come here to cook. So didn't use the kitchen, but we haven't severed bathroom, we didn't have to associate with the other girls and it's Creswell and I didn't have a telephone in my room. The admires. But at will there was a Bank of phones in the hallway and there was a communal bathroom, and I noticed that, oh, if I came in to take a shower, some of them was screwed out and others. Didn't. So it was it was getting better. I'll have to see it that way. How did you not end up? Totally embittered by your experience at UGA. I was self selected. I chose to do that. And I thought I can't blame anyone else because this was my choice. I had I had relatives who live close to Athens in Monroe. But when I was going back and forth to home in back to Athens, I would never stop at their home because I did not want anything to happen to them at the ant living that area, but since I was self selected. I felt I can take whatever they give and after I finished and I was forgotten for thirty eight years during that time I was I was doing my career I was doing my job, which I dearly love as I'm sure you love yours. And it it just after awhile. I really forget about UGA because they forgot about me that I was not bitter. How were you rediscovered? Dr daniels. Call me that Daniels was then professor in the school of social work, he called and ask. Asked me if I was indeed, the first black to get a degree, and I said, yes, I was. And he told me that he had he was doing a documentary on Horace ward, who is actually the first black to apply to the university Georgia, but they sent him to the army, so he couldn't go he got his degree. I think at northwestern but at any rate, he said that he had interviewed Donald Hollowell, who was Charlene and Hamilton's chief counsel and Jesse hill was a Civil Rights Act of, and they have both told him that I was the first to get a degree and he had not known that though he was teaching on campus. And he did his research found that it was true. And I was discovered today is a very special occasion for each of you. It's also significant for you, and for the university because in addition to your degrees, today, we confer tonight, only the seventy ninth honorary doctorate degree in the universe. History. And we do so this evening upon most deserving recipient with provos Moorhead and Dr MAURICE Daniels, the dean of the school of social work who has played an important role in helping write about the significant impact a Mary Francis early on the university of Georgia and on education in the great state of Georgia..
"provos" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"US economy is strong, China is hurting one thing we should say in this list of tweets, the President Trump has put out he's telling falsehood. He is saying that China pays those tariffs directly into the US treasury. That is not how it works US importers pay the tax they pass that onto consumers that eventually goes into the treasury of China's not paying us at dine here in the president is claiming that they do trade talks ended Friday with no deal. The Trump administration. Also taking unprecedented action this week against North Korea. After a new round of missile launches new alarming. Images released by North Korea show, Kim directing the firing of at least two powerful short range ballistic missiles, which she says hit their designated targets the waters off the coast with great energy. This was the second missile launch. And just five days. These latest missiles. Traveling nearly two hundred miles and creating serious concern. President Trump saying the actions of the dictator he has called his friend are being looked at very closely. Now, the relationship continues. But we'll see what happens. I know. They wanna negotiate that talk about negotiating. But I don't think they're ready to negotiate just hours after the missile launch. The Justice department announcing the first time the US has seized a North Korean cargo vessel for violating US sanctions found up the coast of Indonesia, one of a fleet of so-called ghost chips in legally and secretly transporting shipments of coal forbidden under the strict sanctions imposed to force the north to give up its nuclear weapons. ABC news chief global affairs correspondent Martha Raddatz reporting from Washington tensions between the US and Iran increase this week when Iran announced it was backing out of parts of the nuclear deal. The move came days after the White House announced it was sending an aircraft carrier strike force. And bomber squadron to the Middle East. US official says the decision to send the carrier in the bombers to the Middle East was in response to intelligence showing Iranian attack on US forces was in the works. If ficials said they were clear indications that Iran, Iranian proxies were preparing an attack against US military forces either on land or at sea in a statement national security adviser, John Bolton said the US is not seeking war with the Iranian regime, but we are fully prepared to respond to any attack. Whether by proxy, the Islamic revolutionary guard corps or regular reinforces we Martinez ABC news, Washington a further escalation with Iran. The Pentagon announced Friday, it's moving a patriot missile battery along with more ships and bombers to the region. The Pentagon also announced Friday that it's diverting one point five billion dollars to border wall construction. The funding originally was meant to support Afghan security forces and other projects this week officials released numbers showing crossings along the southern border have reached their highest level in a decade testifying before. Senate subcommittee. It's like holding a bucket under a faucet. Order patrol chief Carla provos described her agents frustration at handling one hundred nine thousand migrants at the US Mexico border last month alone. It doesn't matter. How many buckets you give me if we can't turn off the flow, she's urging change in laws to allow unaccompanied children to be more quickly returned to their home countries to keep adults. They might not even know from claiming them as their own as they enter the US. Jim Ryan ABC news. Dallas Trump campaign defended the president's tone on immigration over what supporter shouted at a rally Wednesday night in Panama City Beach, Florida when the president asked what should be done about undocumented immigrants crossing the southern border the person yield shoot them. Here's how the president reacted. That's only in the panhandle..
"provos" Discussed on WJR 760
"From patients who say that, you know, they get the Bill from the hospital and a surprise Bill because they ended up getting a doctor out of network when they thought that one of their doctors would be treating them it really blindsides a lot of patients at least two sometimes tens of thousands of dollars excess costs and it's just plain wrong. But there is one congressman among a couple that are trying to do something about that. And he's good enough to join us on this Friday afternoon. Seventh district Republican Tim Walberg afternoon, sir, guy, go to be with you. I know you've launched into this. What what does your Bill due to make sure that you don't get stung and blindsided by these anticipated charges what we're looking? We're looking toward a Bill that would bring the hospitals the insurance companies and the the healthcare professionals, and we're specifically talking about contract professionals like ER physicians to work together toward a solution whereby when you do have people out of network, they at least are. Not surprised build their informed unless they're laying on unconscious on emergency room table at that point. Then what we would like to see take places that they are not charged any more than that than that. What they would get in network. And that will come through some type of mediation that can go on between the the contract provider and the and the hospital as well as insurance companies. So the issue that we're seeing is necessary as that there be transparency, right? That patients when they are planning some type of medical procedure. They're given clear indication whether their insurance will be covered in network or not. So they can make the appropriate decision that that we that. We make sure that all of the component parts. Play their fair share in the game. I mean, you can't just simply say insurance companies you've got to pay whatever. And then you also can't say that a hospital has to accept whatever that contracting service for them emergency room, docs, or whatever can get anything. They offer. Right. So I mean that that's that's the nitty gritty that we have here in right now. I think some some of the problem comes from before Care Act in the uncertainty there and the people that continues to go on. I've also heard that there are some incentives built into the system that keep doctors out of network. Oh, yeah. They like to they like to control themselves as independent businessmen. They like to be able to cover for the for instance, Medicaid or Medicare dollars that they get sometimes that are less less than they would get from a normal insurance provider. So to be able to more or less say to the hospital, you really can't provide your services without me. So you need me, and you're going to have to take care of me. Sometimes that's that's the process as well. I'm in a capitalistic society. You certainly let the market bear itself. But when you're talking about human lives suffering, and then the cost that comes results of an injury or some medical situation. I think we have to look look a little differently. I wanted to get your reaction to the president's tariffs. We all know that this country needs to get tough with China unintellectual property cybercrimes, the outright theft of technology. But these tariffs can be very harmful to our farmers. We we know they've already had impacts in the steel and aluminum side of things, do you think this will be successful and Howard concerned? Are you about the impact on Michigan? Well, I think it's going to have a significant impact on Michigan. I know it's having an impact on my district already. I've I've talked with agriculture business people with farmers with the metal formers all across my district. And of course, the big three that have plants in my district as well as Toyota, and there's some real concerns they've been troopers. I think them from being patriot patriotic standing with us, whether it's corn growers or soybean growers, dairy, dairy men and women. This is now getting the point with the extended time period that it's it is getting very tough on them. I had some good conversations with corn growers yesterday. And they believe that the president has embarked on the right issue. The battle with China and do something no other president has done in modern history to stand firm for American. So you will not treat us the way you have been and in fact, it is showing impact on a negative way. On China right now. But China is a proud nation. It is a large nation, and it's gonna wanna save face. I'm hoping that the president and his chief negotiator negotiators Peter under viral, Larry cudlow lighthizer. I have good confidence in them. But I'd like to see it as I've told them even in recent days sooner rather than later, you can only go so far. Right. And it's not the political thing that I'm worried about as much if they'll vote the way they want to vote, but I don't see an industry go down unnecessarily by pushing beyond what's what they can bear. We heard some stunning testimony Wednesday from the border patrol chief Carla provos that one hundred thousand apprehensions in April eighty six percent of the detainees in silence secrets don't show up for court. There's a four and a half billion dollar request for additional resources to address the soon NAMI of asylum seekers how what is the hold up on that? And are you scratching your head as well wondering why this is so controversial? Yeah. I am scratching my head. At this point in time, even have a New York Times and other saying that there indeed is a crisis at the border humanitarian, and otherwise and for the Democrats continue dragging their feet, and ultimately saying that they're they're not willing to go there with resources, even to ramp up the amount of beds in the bed space for silence seekers, it it causes me to wonder if if there is concerned about those migrants that are coming across many of them, especially the females and children who are being assaulted sexually assaulted and abused in the process of coming here, and the hundreds that are coming across each night along with those that are coming for nefarious reasons bringing drugs, and who knows what else into our country and all the way up to Michigan in the process. So I'm hoping somehow, someway, we begin to see some truth being told in a way that even the Democrats can't hold back from from. Supporting the efforts that this president has done. Now, we've had another court the ninth circuit of all courts say that he does have the ability to keep asylum-seekers in Mexico until their case comes up now that will probably go to the supreme court. But that's a good sign that starting to resonate with people that this can't go on and have a country that offers freedom and opportunity with just form of government for the people that want to come. It started when he lost his job. Then he couldn't find another job, then the bills kept piling up. And he said he was a failure. Then you began to worry as his mood started swinging, and he got quiet and sunk into a place, you try to reach you told him you'd get through it together. But he said it didn't matter. He casually mentioned ending it all one morning, and he didn't say anything when you asked what it meant. But she knew and he had a gun, and you didn't know how to help him. But there is one thing you can do. Remove the gun for now. Eighty five percent of suicide attempts with a gun or fatal. But without a gun less than five percent of suicide attempts are deadly. You can't always stop someone from hurting themselves. But a.
"provos" Discussed on WJR 760
"We were sworn to secrecy until six o'clock this morning to talk about. And then we did talk about it a little bit earlier. With the good folks at Crain's Detroit when Mike Lee was here with us. And now we talked to a guy, right? Smack dab in the middle of the deal. Maybe one of the last time we spoke to Gary Torgau was when he told us they were going to build a Chemical Bank was going to build a new headquarters in downtown Detroit. And we were excited about that. But apparently, Gary the news just gets better and better good morning to you. Good morning. Paul W thank you so much for having me on in your own words. Explain to us what's happening here. So we have created a merger of equals with a wonderful banking wise by the name of PCS. I just gonna be a forty five billion dollar asset company. We're going to be the twenty seventh largest Bank in the United States. And we're moving our headquarters as we announced last time to Detroit Michigan. And so it's going to be the largest headquartered Bank in Michigan by many billions of dollars. So I mentioned a moment ago. You couldn't have heard this. I mentioned. And that when I hear the term merger of equals I can't help. But think of Bob Eaton standing there with a smile on his face and telling us that there was a merger of equals between Chrysler and dime. Learn it never really was a merger of equals. And so when I see Chemical Bank being so much larger than TC f-. It seems hard to believe it's a merger of equals nobody acquired nobody else. This is I guess who acquired home would be the question, and we're saying nobody acquired anybody it's a merger of equals. So technically chemical equator CF, but it is a true merger of equals. And actually chemical is smaller than TC f-. We're about twenty billion and TC Fs about twenty four billion. And so although it was a technical acquisition by chemical, and they will be merging into chemical. It's really a merger of equals in every sense of the word chemical had thirteen point one billion in Michigan deposits while had three point two billion. So at least in Michigan, you're substantially bigger. I'm not that familiar with DCF, I guess and somewhere in all of the information I've been bombarded with we're gonna lose the Chemical Bank name and go to TC f-. So we're gonna lose the Chemical Bank name, but not the Chemical Bank franchise TCAS has about a million customers across the United States. We have about three hundred thousand they have about three hundred and forty offices. We have about two hundred twelve in so ecconomic have made sense to use the name TCI, which we actually like four out of five leadership positions in the Bank or going to chemical. We've we're gonna have a substantially growing presence in Detroit and they're moving from wiser to Detroit Michigan. What could be better than that? Nothing could be better than that. We get to the to the bottom of this. Yeah. The bottom line is nothing could be better than that. And Gary targe out you will be the executive chairman of the board of directors. Another name. We're all very familiar with David provost will be chairman of the combined Bank. As I understand it. That's correct Dave provos in I've been together as business partners since we acquired first Michigan, which was a ten million dollar asset Bank. We went through the Talmor conversion, which became a six billion dollar Bank. We then merged with chemical and recently announced are looking at the combined companies, Tom Shafer will be the president and CEO. Craig doll will be the CEO of the company. Dave provost will be the chairman of the board of the Bank and vice chairman of the holding company, and we've got just a great opportunity. And a great leadership team and in today's electronic world. Everyone is aware of the value of data and the importance of protecting it from credit.
"provos" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"So find it at or just search provos, and torture, you torch on your podcast app one or both will work, and it'll just show up in the feed when you refresh it Saturday night or Sunday. So and there's a good a good bit of archives available to through the website or are assess veto some of those steam sound intriguing. You have not mentioned all of them. But a lot of the shows are evergreen. So it's fun stuff. Oh, yeah. I try not to mention them. All because then people wait. Why did you do a show on, you know, bad news Brown and then follow up with it with whatever silly thing? I might have done the next week. But yeah, there's a ton of my one goal is to get Wade or Bruce on there at some point. But Saturday ever see. I try I try to do some guerrilla reporting with Wade during all in and it failed miserably I tried to sneak it in the production. We're going to get it out. Wade uncovered and it just it just film it self. Yeah. At some point I'm gonna try to get the two luminaries here the towards, but I've had guys like Allen Kuna hand, my partner in crime. He's cast Travis and Cam, she he'd do Hoti from east coups cast of and I also try to bring in a lot of my women and women of color wrestling fans to give a perspective that you don't often see in wrestling. So if you see may at make it loud on Twitter, Kate CR read, my buddy breed who does marketing and stuff for some of the independent promotions. And then she also has her day job and husband and life. So hearing from these women I like to bring in a perspective that isn't my own because I know I have a story, but they have a story to so I look forward to hopefully have more people listen. And if you have more questions, you could always Email. Pete up, UT dive, edgy dot com. And that way if you don't wanna listen live..
"provos" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"On recess revenue the engine repair going to visit people, mummy. People worry about flexing his twice up. They cut the part about the movie. Yeah, because all about the undertaker. Well, he's story. Yeah, he's giving your crap because she looks nervous and we see the brother and gentleman with very yellow pants. They are yellow pants, and we're going into the meetings as we head back to Tampa where we're at Nazis parents, you see, nannies, mom or dad sore trying on yoga pants. Those are some granny panties. Okay. I did not need to know that about nannies. Mom did not need to know that. What started she go to to get those that he's mom tried. That's all you can say, Nazis, mom, try what we just watch. None. I, that's all I can say out per back Millais we've changed again grown up going out to dinner 'paparazzi your following them in the Trump lady in the trim. And then she's like, even what that means. She's trying to think of publicity stunt. She's like, I'll be on a bikini. It can begin UB naked and we've. Be on an elephant. She wasn't to get naked and then we find out how Harry Rousseau's asses. Basically she's pushing the movie because she wants buzz. She's trying to get back on TV. So she's like, if I do something that gets their attention, I can get back on TV. She wasn't fell to her. She was. She was located in this heart way. The deuce. Oh, and this wife. She's so passionate about why she wants to be on TV. I mean, you can't fault her for her drive. She's hugely ambitious. She's just very frustrated. I think that's a good way to describe Lana right now and she's trying. She's kind of getting thwarted at every turn a roof of her compliments. She's practicing. She's doing provos and she's filming a movie. We'll she's in hot and he's now like, if you want me to be naked, I'll be naked. I'll do whatever you want to make you happy. Again, couples goals with these two. To rock out with this thing out the PG wave thing what he said basically. I don't even know what this or was we would from Netease mom buying underwear to roost thing. What the hell, what the hell. I don't even know. I can't process that right now. I don't. I don't even know. I really, I can't. I can't even process this. I just and Russo said he would go balls out for his wife. So I mean, couples goal, we'll go with that because I don't know what else. Say on one side of the spectrum itself, innocent Rayleigh John in trinity or trying to eat clean and trying to be healthy over here. And then there's everyone else who's you know, just all hanging out every direction just what do you do with that? What do you do with that? You have wholesome pure, and then you just got yet. There is, hey, look, there's the thing. God vogue odd. Okay. Speaking of the pure, the. Innocent Rebecca churning in John's house because we need to be cleaned after after what just happened. They're wearing matching shirts. Oh my God. His says, she's my day. Her says, he's my bay. Oh, and they has smiley faces with heart doing the kissy heart emoji pointing each other. Oh my God. He's lecturing her about her eating habits in these boxes in the back or those. I think those are exactly what I think they are. There's beehives in the back and she's just like, Jesus take the wheel. We're doing Honey. She says, she's like, he's lost his ever loving mind. And now she's like, can you get stuck through the suits? And she's like, no, because I'm gonna double check and make sure that you know, you're all buttoned up. If you want natural Honey, they have things called farmers markets. You can go buy it at.
"provos" Discussed on Analog(ue)
"So, yeah, like as an example, friend of the show Dan provos to is part of thoroughly considered here on relay fam- in new in what's company studio needs totally drew a blank in studio needs a weekly newsletter which you subscribe to. It's extremely short in very well done couple couple months ago. He suggested a television program called either leave. Big little lies are maybe it's big, little liars. I forget exactly what it was called, but it's seven episodes. It was done as a mini series, although apparently they have turned it into a series. It will be season to, but as an example, you know, Aaron and I watched that over the last week or two. And we watched one episode every night every other night. And this particular series was very good, but very intense. So you are warned, but you know something like that is really great. And in the last year we've binged thirty rock. We've binged parks and rec, and so I've really been enjoying doing that, which isn't exactly what all he was talking about. I don't think but, but that that's what I've gotten the most pleasure from. Lately, what about you? He probably I'm really into these days. Like I watch a lot of YouTube videos is probably like, I don't know if in time, right? Like Weber consume more podcasts than YouTube, but whatever right link I think varies and I still love podcasts. I'm same making conscious effort to expand the types of shows the I listen to like just broadening my horizons a little bit more, which is an ongoing thing I'm trying to do. Finding you shows rotate in things out. I read it like you videos because it's it when I wanna sit down, focus on something it works. That's what I like. And I keep finding more stuff over time. I took it up movies, Mikey, which I binged a lot of the other day to tell you this. I actually did not even tell you this privately, but I was having a bout of insomnia. I don't know maybe week or two ago as shortly after you had mentioned it and, oh my word, is that good? It is very good. Insomnia. That's something else that you get when you're self-employed. Wonderful..
School resource officer John Barnes, others: Heroes emerge in Texas school shooting
"Happening now the school reached a deal with tyndall last summer that allowed him to resign with an undisclosed financial payouts mazrui says her firm plans to file more lawsuits later this week usc provos michael quick issued a letter apologizing to tindall's patients but he defended how top administrators have handled the case for npr news i'm benjamin gottlieb in los angeles according to a former colleague the officer who was critically wounded in the santa fe texas high school shooting left a big city police department seeking an easier life in a small town officer john barnes remains hospitalized in stable condition school district chief walter braun had this update monday offered mourns still in is the us and subsequent surgeries and he's at ups and downs today there's a down day the seventeen year old alleged gunman is charged with murdering ten people and injuring at least thirteen others including officer barnes this is npr news primaries are scandal tuesday arkansas georgia and kentucky will voters in texas will hold several primary runoffs from their first round of voting in march in georgia to democrats are vying for the chance to become that state's first woman governor the gop gubernatorial primary in the state is a three way contest former coal mine executive don blankenship says he still wants to try to unseat democratic west virginia senator joe manchin blankenship who lost the republican primary earlier this month says he's now joined the constitution party which believes in limited government and christian based values he's the former messier energy ceo who spent a year in federal prison for violating safety rules and a two thousand ten mine explosion that killed twenty nine workers the sixty third annual obie awards were handed out late monday in new york to honor the highest achievements in off broadway theatre details from jeff london the ob's are unlike other theater award.
"provos" Discussed on a16z
"Hi and welcome to the a sixteen z podcast this episode is all about the state of security as cyber physical and national security become one in the same how does that change how we think about the problem and how we address it from software to hardware the conversation was recorded at our summit event in november two thousand seventeen and includes stena errands fired founder and ceo of you bacau joel de la garza see so at box and niels provos distinguished engineer at google and is moderated by martine casado general partner at a sixteen i used to work for the intelligence community and i used to go to these kind of think tanks with the government which were about sovereignty ending events so you'd have these different experts in different areas and you think what can we do to the us critical infrastructure to create the end of sovereignty and then you'd have the civil engineer and you have the electrical engineer and you have some that understands hydro and we'd all sit in a room and what always struck me about this was two things number one hydro security and electrical security just like security right as part of security thing and the second thing is anytime you find voeller ability for example in the electrical power grid like the people that were responsible but they've kinda you know yeah okay we'll do some incremental fix or for cybersecurity had to kind of our own world and then anytime you know someone found a vulnerability like we don't understand what we're doing we're going to kind of make an all over again have we evolved as disciplined enough so we can just stop talking about cybersecurity is this entirely special new thing and we can just talk about security more broadly or cyber security really that separate that it kind of deserves its entire discipline so pretty similarly at citi group around two thousand five we generally had the belief that will.
"provos" Discussed on The Basketball Friends
"Uh should be offended devin booker said he doesn't have a problem with the i mean let's be honest like devin booker didn't play right now he did played off yeah they would've lost by what thirty if he had played to me it's no different than sending a guy down four g league beside me is it disrespectful to the g league when an mp air is down there i don't think so you guys are g league beside me that's all that is pros practicing their aircraft against guys who are good enough to be in the provos nest all that is to me i don't see how that suspectful be better than a t league team that's why bhardwaj why why are we barton we've roughly twenty two games left i think in the season and the sons of already tied the record for most forty point losses in a season sucks yes the stretch i saw his team socks they don't have any talent devin booker is good that's great he it doesn't matter because they they stuck with him or without him like relegate this team do something zach you know we say that the keynote between those lies acts mm on three canned coal why tune i'm just here so not only upon who steve kerr do this on purpose against his former organization that he will the gm ford i hope so be sick if he did i would love roberts are yeah a little needle to robert sorry why's your team so trash that they can do this to you star hristo care about win sahabi.
"provos" Discussed on This American Life
"At the end of my first year there all roberts observed several students who graduated that he saw were obese and within the next few days he contacted dr carl hamilton the provos university and this is i understand how this took place and said i really don't want to see significantly overweight or obese students graduating because it indicates that they have not met the goal of the university to be physically disciplined end up please develop some guidelines are some criteria so that so those students make progress sir do not graduate maybe to not do not graduated to strong term but uh that that anyway something is done about that in not moment something changed pulse fitness programme would just keep tabs students exercise now he make sure they weren't that suddenly you looked mattered and uh so we began doing skin pull testing that fall skin full testing just to give you a sense of how serious how are you was about this and how ambitious at the beginning of every semester every freshman went to what they called the human performance lab for skin full testing they were tested on a bunch of stuff there lipid levels their lung capacity and their body fat first they take account purtill fi in the abdomen in the back in the triceps syria and then certain cases the check their measurements by taking students and a giant bathtub of the gold standard for determining bodyfat nineteen seventieth said they put you in a bathing suit right so the least amount of clothing you can get away with and of course is christie university so it was almost like a turtlenecks bathing see right cherry johnston was one of the students and pulse new program she says her fat test was like being in a carnival dunk tank they would put you on this chair and lower you into the into the waterfilled um.