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"ray smith" Discussed on Further Together the ORAU Podcast
"Ori- you as a As a clerk typist but worker way up to to a scientist and actually led the internal dosimetry program for a number of years. So evelyn watson is one that i knew well and admired..
"ray smith" Discussed on Post Reports
"Hernandez covers border immigration for the post. And that's it for post reports. Thanks for listening today. Show is produced by lena. Muhammad and alexis de out with production help from jordan. Ray smith the episode was mixed by rennie's pronoski if you're interested in a deeper look a title forty two the remain in mexico policy arlene reported to part audio documentary about it earlier. This year she worked with post reports editor. Ted muldoon to tell the story of a woman named nancy. Who is kept in a migrant camp at mexico's border after fleeing violence and el salvador the series is called marooned and matamoros and will put a link to it in our show notes. I'm.
"ray smith" Discussed on The Daily Dive
"A lot of employees is not coming in just choosing to stay working for moments that definitely and in that example that you gave the woman who quit. She quickly found another job where she could work from home. But the other effect right she had to take about a fifteen percent pay-cut so just for that luxury. Let's say of being able to work from home. So it impacts you in a bunch of different ways. Now that president biden had has mandated that rule. As you mentioned. It's gonna take time to implement so we'll see what happens there but across the board it does seem like Employees want clear rules. Maybe we'll get there with that. But for now the honor system i know still makes a lot of people uncomfortable. So we'll see how all of that develops ray smith lifestyle reporter at the wall street journal. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you what's supposed to this week. We also saw the first trial in the varsity blues college emissions cheating scandal kickoff there have been fifty seven individuals that have been charged so far and forty six of them have pled guilty or will plead guilty so just a handful or going to court in this trial will see a former casino executive who paid three hundred thousand dollars to get his daughter into usc and a private equity investor. Who paid over a million dollars to get his kids in college for more on. How opening arguments went this week will speak to melissa corn higher education reporter at the wall street journal we had They won today which was pretty exciting..
"ray smith" Discussed on The Daily Dive
"The biden administration on companies with more than one hundred employees but for now many places are just operating on the honor system where health information is given voluntarily. But this is making some employees feel nervous because they're not sure if everyone is following the rules for a look at how businesses are handling mandates. So far will speak to ray smith lifestyle reporter at the wall street journal. What we're seeing a lot of companies relying on the honor system rather than mandating vaccines or mask and in a way..
"ray smith" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update
"Many places are just operating on the honor system or health information is given voluntarily but some employees feel nervous because they're not sure if everyone is following the rules ray smith lifestyle reporter at the wall street journal joins us for how businesses are handling mandates. So far thanks for joining us rape thank you. So we're seeing a lot of a patchwork rules for cove in nineteen right now when it comes to the workplace rules on vaccinations testing masking. A lot of people are more widely going back to work. And you know it's kinda different. Depending obviously on the state city everywhere and even the companies so right now what we're seeing is a lot of companies urging their employees to get vaccinated but it's largely on the honor system whether they're checking vaccination cards all that stuff and you know for a lot of people. It's it's extra confusing and even concerning because you don't know if you can trust that other person sometimes so ray help us walk through this. What are we seeing out there. What we're seeing in a lot of companies relying on the honor system rather than mandating vaccines or mask and in a way. The companies are sort of trusting their employees to be adults and responsible and honest and the issue is that you know while some employees will be all those things. there are other employees. Quite frankly who rely because they want to get into the cafeteria or they won't because they they say they're unvaccinated. They won't be able to eat there or something like that or they'd be left out general and so as much as we want to believe that the people we work with offices on the same page is going to be honest and upfront and it's just not the case and so that had a lot of employees really nervous just about whether or not their colleagues are being honest about their status or whether they're gonna volunteer that and it's one of those things that it's really kind of uncomfortable and awkward to astra colleagues about. I mean it just a mess. It comes up in the voluntary conversation. He didn't want to go and ask your coworkers. Hey are you vaccinating. And even if she do who knows if they're going to tell you the truth and so it's creating it's really fraught environment for people who already at the office or people who've gotten these announcements that we're operating on an honor system and now they're wondering whether they want to go into an office that where they just not sure. Yeah and it's a weird balance for employers as well you know they don't want to alienate the workers that maybe choose to not be vaccinated but it's also it's tougher that you know they don't want to enforce a mandate right. They don't want him to quit over things like that too. Because depending on the industry might be hard to replenish that workforce exactly the employers are in sort of a tough spot because it's a tight labor market and they know that they could potentially alienate some people if they require in rare cases they can also face lawsuits if they acquire mandates such as mask or vaccines but the other thing is that because it has gotten also so political in some cases whether to get vaccinated or not aware mask or not some companies. Just don't want to just don't want the drama of all that they just want to sort of play neutral in way and encourage rather than mandate you know we saw. President biden announce some plans to make employers with more than one hundred employees or more than that makes them get their employees vaccinated detested. But the issue really is that. You don't know how long it's gonna take to get implemented and in the meantime a lot of companies in this employees in this limbo where they're being asked to come into the office under the honor system and you made mention the article. Two after president biden announced that trending on twitter. Right away it started. I will not comply you know a lot of people that don't want to have to go through all of this and so what we're seeing in the public to is kind of different also. Obviously there's millions of people that don't want to be vaccinated. They don't wanna wear mass all that but when they do some of these surveys of people's you know whether an office work or other industries the majority of people that answer at least those polls say that they do want their employers to mandate vaccines and mask wearing brought that up. Because it's really interesting when you think about the south but this is what their employees are auctioning for their employees. Basically saying we don't mind we actually want to mandate a yeah a mine type of thing yes piece of nine and also some of the people that i talked to for the story some of the employees they were really hopeful that the higher ups in general were listening or because they felt like this is what employees are asking you to do. And you should listen to your employees because you know we talked about retention earlier on the flip side of that you know. I talked to one woman who actually quit her job when she learned that they had an honest and when they set their office return date she filed her notice when she saw that memo. And so you. You're at risk of losing people if you don't have mandates in place because people do not trust the honor system. That's another issue with employees and i think employers probably will have to listen to employees in some cases you know if there's enough of a groundswell or one employee told me live that i talked to from. Ap morgan told me that a lot of people just chose not to come in just to stay working from home if they could you know they the department could because they did not trust the honor system. And so what you're going to have in some cases in companies is if you have this honor system out there and you have a voluntary return policy. You may find. A lot of employees is not coming in just choosing to stay working through moment and definitely and in that example that you gave the woman who quit. She quickly found another job where she could work from home. But the other effect right she had to take about a fifteen percent pay-cut so just for that luxury. Let's say of of being able to work from home. So it impacts you. In a bunch of different ways. Now that president biden had has mandated that rule is you mentioned. It's gonna take time to implement so we'll see what happens there but across the board. It does seem like a employees. Want clear rules. Maybe we'll get there with that but you know for now. The honor system. I know still makes a lot of people uncomfortable. So we'll see how all of that develops ray smith lifestyle reporter at the wall street journal. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you. I'm oscar ramirez and this has been reopening america. Don't forget for today's big news stories. 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"ray smith" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"He has three as an announcer to the player. I believe and then claes so so. He says he has more than tom brady. Is pretty larry's right there. This thing is massive. Is this the first time i mean. I realize this has particular value to you because you are a lakers fan. But like is this. The first time you've ever been in the presence of a championship bring that you could hold yourself. I mean why. I would love to say that. I didn't know somebody else who's done something somewhere where they got a ring. That's what i'm asking now. No okay. I the person i know is in my family okay. It's not somebody. I knew anything. Kaplan i was gonna ask you the same question though because you've been around a lot more dudes they. How many times have you gotten a handle or probably fo- wear one of these rings around the house or something. So i used to have this ongoing bit at the super bowl every year and my then partner at the time a guy who played ten years in the nfl names. Billy ray smith. He had a great career was a first round draft choice of the one thousand nine hundred three draft. The quarterback drafted eighty three. He was the fifth overall. Pick so we used to have this. We do every year clinton at the super bowl where anybody who would come sit down with us who had a super bowl ring. I would ask that person if i could see the ring and hold the ring and once that person took it off and gave it to me then billy. Ray's job was to distract him by talking about something completely different and then we would see if the person would leave without getting the ring. This is putin bid for lack of a better term. He pulled this robert kraft. Dude i will tell you that. At one time there was a super bowl. One year i probably had three super bowl rings army at one time because guys literally got distracted walked away then came flying back to you my ring. You must super bowl ring. yes i do. As a matter of fact here it is. That's funny but yeah. I mean i gotta say this. This lakers championship ring. I was trying to figure out law on the side of it. Yes it has michael's dame it does and then what does it say underneath that. I believe on that side. If i can pull it up leave a legacy o. That's what it says. Yeah this is pretty cool ring to the number of players. Ganic inset part. Yeah is this one of those deals where we know the amount of number like there's some wild numerology with all the like the diamonds or whatever when the nats one they had like it was like there was some stupid thing where like the numbers added up to some nonsense meaning and whatever whatever or like. Sometimes it'll be like oh we had x. amount of wins over the past. Yada got us so we had this many diamonds. Is there anything like that that. We're supposed to be aware of your little easter egg. If you will. I believe i believe it did. I'm not one hundred percent. But i think it did. I would have to definitely do some research on that. But i think it did have Like the purple was some kind of number in. There was a reason. Why so i have to have to do some research but there is yes ring. There's all the players got like. Do the broadcasters have the exact ring macron has now so this one doesn't open the players ring does open on the top. Because that's the first thing i wanted to do was like a crack. It open but it does not opens. What are you gonna keep up with. Stash you it really. What are you put in there now. So the the original one opened. And i forgot what was in it but it actually opened and this one's a little smaller so the players rings actually bigger according to michael thompson. So greg i'll tell you a quick story last thanksgiving. I was home one of my cousins. Well he's he's my cousin's husband. Whatever he's family he's the head trainer for the washington capitals and so they won the stanley cup. A couple of years back and you know he got a ring like you know he's he. I mean you know not saying it's any more worthy than broadcasters ring but like you know he worked on the team he definitively had a ring he gets introduced before the everything and i come back with my sister and like all their kids are back. And everybody's having a good time and he goes see the ring and i was like. Oh yeah so. He goes upstairs right. And i'm like oh it's in the safe single of course in the so he goes to save. Brings it down. And we're looking at it and i'm kinda touching it and put it on his kids come out there like teenage they go dad. You don't even show us the ring what are you doing. They were is because they were throwing it to me and he. You know he's hilarious. So that's why. I ask because like the stories around the rings are always typically very funny no matter what sport or what the what the championship i think. Okay so i might be one hundred percent wrong but i think the the purple it seventeen of the purple for the seventeen championships officials. That's what i was thinking about. Yeah anybody under no. Because i remember when the rings were first designed and distributed and there were a lot of articles about the jeweler and beverly hills. Who would design these rings. Anybody know what these things like individually what they're worth. I say worth what they cost now. What they're worth. I don't know the answer to that. I know that the replicas because of these days a big part of the industry is people getting replicas. Which by the way is mega tacky. I'm sorry if i see you out at the bar and you're talking about. You got replica. Ring from twenty twenty. Let's it means something deeply emotional to you. Please don't try to use that as a stunt. I know a lot of people who do that. And i don't know a lot of people. I've seen a lot of people do that to me. But those are those are in the five figures i think. Just the replica. One scott so. I'm guessing they're getting pretty far up there for each guy when it comes to the real ones and all these diamonds in you know you talk about guys. Who rock replica rings. So i have a buddy of mine. I say buddies and queens and he many years ago before the golden state warriors became who they were or who they became. He invested some money in the ownership group. He had an opportunity invested. Okay so as an investor when the warriors wound up winning an nba title. Believe it or not as an investor. He got a.
"ray smith" Discussed on Black Love Matters
"Memora- nets good black news. Detroit's once famous. Black bottom neighborhood finally receives a historical marker. The residents of detroit celebrated a historical marker. Come reiterating detroit's once famous black bottom neighborhood. Detroit was once home to a all black community called black bottom. The neighborhood had at least three hundred fifty thriving black businesses and was home to the to a number of musical icons in the that. The city dubbed detroit's black wall street's for his thriving entrepreneurship that was until forced redevelopment wiped the town now leaders historians in other residents. Who must call black bought on home celebrating. A historical marker put up an honor of the neighborhood detroit's historic black bottom running from graduates and like you say learner. Leonard say learner lynyrd cover. Some people say that. I took from saint alban to brush before it was berry. Wiped away by i. Seventy five and seventy five still in the construction ain't it. They paved paradise in put in a parking lot. In a highway way sit rochelle. Riley director of arts culture entrepreneurship in detroit during the ceremony For the new marker during the late nineteen fifties early sixties former mayor cobo forced residents of the neighborhood under the guise of redevelopment for residents with ties. The memory is still very painful. To be disrupted by. Urban renewal was really heartbreaking. Said beverly kindle walker whose family were residents of black bottom current mayor. Mike duggan spoke or cobos decision. Say a couple of years ago. I was very proud of the fat that the name of our mayor. Kobo was taken off. The convention center is not a part of our history. That should be celebrated now. The city is looking to preserve a memory of black bottom is contribution his residence. When you talk about the history of black bottom and it's soil it's about the richness of the people said ray smith president of the black bottom group in former resident to black bottom. Shut up on your favorite singers. Come from near trying to give Does a white man who part of cobo come on. Wasn't he raises his. I got him the fuck out. They change cast high school. But you know then alumnis was. No nice is gone racist racist a lot of them freebies. Legis shit in detroit was good and racist. I am black. That's the generations. Staying up and not on my watch and also shuttled to black bottom. I think sometimes let him was always portrayed as like a horrible plates. The thrive for last couple and shouts like some of my elder like. Yeah owned black bottoming. Everybody's the hang out and do things. It was basically the spot in so. But i think folks talk about like the later part of black bottle which is not shown true legacy but more so they don't talk about how they literally just put a freeway now motherfucker in is always going to be through our neighborhoods right. It's never can be another neighborhood or a red. They would have just shifted seventy five. I like what three or four blocks they say like eighty percent of the neighborhoods but instead they decided to keep were at and i think they destroyed like ninety the name right the answer just shifting it over. They want the blacks out of there. They wanted to minded and a lot of the blast down own their home. They owned businesses. And so what. They did a cash them out right in trying to go to. They have enough money to go kind of it. Again last homesick jamaican officials set to petition. British government for slavery reparations.
"ray smith" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Are reinforcing safety and prioritizing it or even prioritizing life work balance it's a tight labor market employers really have to listen to what their employees want and where they're gonna feel more comfortable with so much concern from employees wilder workplaces. Look even more different than they already are. We're already used to social distancing and mask policies if you're going into an office that's a really good question and companies did already invest in retrofitting. Their offices. Everything from sanitizer to barriers plastic barriers and social distancing as you said and what we're going to see upon return is even hyper vigilance about that. Maybe companies will who had plans for a certain amount of workers and certain days may even be more restrictive about that mask in the offices. A really big debate right now on social media especially with vaccinated people and now with the recent guidance about wearing masks indoors. Employees are really wondering. Am i going to have to wear a mask on the office. And in fact we did see some companies yesterday including facebook target and home depot. Say they'll start requiring some workers to wear masks regardless of their vaccination status ray. It seems like this whole idea of uncertainty and change could be an ongoing part of participating in the workforce. That's right it could really be more so now than before primarily because the delta variant has thrown in basically a wrench into the previous plans and companies employees have learned a lot about how productive people can be when they're working remotely and questioning whether they really have to be in person in the office. But it's going to be a challenge to those companies again in a tight labor market. Especially if you're not offering lots of flexibility for employees to work wherever they want to work from or what what days they wanna come in. So i think we'll continue to see just based on interviews that i've had with experts hybrid more flexibility and maybe those tools in terms of the in person safety guidelines and layouts may not be enough for some employees comfort. So that's a long way of saying. That flexibility is going to be a key word on the minds of employers for the foreseeable future until we got this under control. Ray smith joining us this morning. Ray thank you so much. Thank you and finally live. Music is making a comeback while. That's good news for everyday working musicians after a year of mask. Mandates and crowd limits behind the scenes. They may be a little out of tune. They're frantically practicing brushing up on lyrics and searching for equipment. That's been hiding in the back of a closet. One los angeles singer songwriter told us that. For much of the past year he was doing to our livestream six days a week to keep himself in shape and to find new followers now. He's racing across the country for five or six weeks at a time and a nearly new camper plane shows fans old and new. And that's what's news for tuesday. We'll be back tonight with a new show until then follow the news on wsj.com and the journal app a mark stewart for the wall street journal. Thanks for listening..
2 Children Killed, Dad Hurt in Chula Vista House Fire
"Consume a home in Chula Vista of Fire started around 12:30 A.m. on the 200 block of coral would court those arriving on scene heard the gut wrenching crook. Saying. My babies are still inside. Firefighters rushed in, but it was too late to love is to fire battalion chief Ray Smith. It's very difficult. Like I said, Most of these firefighters all have their married with families and kids, so as you can imagine, it's very difficult. The father tried to put out the fire with a garden hose and was injured and taken to the hospital. The family dog survived. But at least one of the cats died in the blaze. No word yet on what caused the Fire at him A coven KOGO news As the
"ray smith" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Explain here just a second. We have a complete election round up for you coming up during the course of the show criminal activity being alleged that the United States postal Service Governor Hogan's epic test could fail Now getting a lot of scrutiny. Will baltimorecountymd negotiate with these hackers on ransom? Where they're talking about covert? I d cards here is part of the great reset. Maryland's Jamie Raskin, leaving the assault on religious liberty. Will Supreme Court citing with churches again, Biden's 100 Day mask a mandate is just pure idiocy on noble explain why your little it on Senator Marco Don't hold back. Don't actually don't hold that bump again. I watched these Georgia's Senate hearings. The first part of morning was an absolute joke. Kabuki theater. The show ponies and all the Georgia bureaucrats were out there trying to see why a defend themselves absolute joke, But in the afternoon, that's when it got really interesting. Rudy was there along with several witnesses, and I want to give credit to these. These two attorneys Ray Smith and Jacky Pic. They were able to obtain the security camera footage from state farm arena. Not from the state. The state didn't have it. They got it from State Farm Arena. And the This was the first time we were seeing this. And lo and behold, what we saw in the video is that a woman comes in around 10 25 10 30. On election night and sends everybody home. Every got the press goes home. The observers go home. Everybody goes home and then 30. Minutes later, they begin counting ballots again. Which is a violation of Georgia Statutory law, you must count the votes in public. It's it's the law has to happen. And they were counting sneakily in the middle of the night. And then the bombshell. This smoking gun here is the attorney Jackie Pick what you're going to see happen at about 11 o'clock. Is once everyone is gone. Coast is clear. They're going to pull the ballots out from underneath a table. Watch this table, So actually, this will take a few minutes, but We Did not know when we first watch this, Okay? Is it normal to store suitcases of ballots under a table under a table cloth? Is that how they run the place? Baby? This is what they've been doing all day. Maybe this is what they're doing under all the tables, So we went back and watched. The video is a team of us. We don't see that What we see is typically you're going to find balance. You know, back in his corner. We're coming in through a door and then they get moved in circulated throughout the room. Can't get a little confusing because they have these black containers of balance. They have the U. S postal service containers, But what we're trying to do when we determined that they were being Belle is being pulled out from underneath this table. Is, you know what was the chain of custody? Where did they come from? Who put them there. Those are all good questions on the same questions I had. But then the woman that sent everybody home we found out her name. Her name is Ruby Freeman. Ruby Freeman was also the one who put the table there. And was pulling ballots from underneath the table at about eight o'clock in the morning. We're gonna roll this back and show it to you. There you go. So now they're gonna start pulling these ballots out from under this table. This table. The black one was placed there by the lady with the blond braids at about a 22 A m in the morning, So she put that table there. The same person who stayed behind are the same person who cleared the place out under the pretense that we're going to stop counting is the person who put the table there at 8 22 in the morning. Yeah, I saw four suitcases come out from underneath the table. Suitcases of ballots from underneath the table after the counting was supposed to have stopped after they sent everybody home and they're now estimating bursts up to 18,000 ballots. In those suitcases along If you send a copy that over to build wire place, just ask him just was a favorite of May for like 6 13 right now. Traffic and weather on the threes. Check Whitaker. Good morning. Thank you. Morning pitchy. Already. Baltimore County heading out to a new rock. Washington Boulevard is gonna be close to the Beltway and couple vehicles are involved. Roadblock. Is there Russell Street she coming south of I 95 into the construction area. Russell Street Water View Avenue and Annapolis Road and accident. There appears to be self found Polymer City fire still working, and they're blocking some lanes. Working house fire on the West side. Fulton Avenue at Baker Street. And apparently in that area, there was a power outage and a lot of the street lights are out. And of course, several the traffic lights out as well. There is an accident on the ramp from 95 self to the inner loop of the capital Beltway. With delays beginning south after powder Mill Road. I'm sure quicker with traffic and weather on the threes. We'll talk radio 6 80 wcbm you Nobody see me of Weather Channel forecast We start off cloudy this morning removes in later this afternoon high above.
"ray smith" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Leaving town, 85 North Northward Hills exit 89 the center lane. In their study vibes Why the Mark McKay cool Rick every year Traffic center and the worst of it's going to be in college Park. Travel Advisory is up big RIG FIRE Cleanup continues lot of flashing light activity with a couple of right lanes knocked out 25 East found at I 85 61 2 fold trouble spots here. It's really jamming the ride north out of Union City. Go ahead Muse Highway 29 to get around that that West Side perimeter outer loop. Stacked and packed leaving highway 1 66 Langford Parkway, Exit five. Trying to get through that tricky I 85 interchange tripled in traffic. 95.5 WSB per the secretary of state's website. All 159 Georgia counties have finished their presidential recounts. He's not the final official numbers would probably won't get those till tomorrow. But for the website, there is a 51 hundreds of 1% difference in the originally certified numbers, and these recount results were filing today at petition in the Fulton Superior Court. Contesting the results of the 2020 presidential election, and nevertheless, there's Trump campaign lawyer Ray Smith with the headline from one of a pair of state Capitol hearings on election security. Today petition also asked state lawmakers to pick their own electors when the college meets December. The 14th Smith has worked extensively with Lin Wood, whose involvement in the post election action has proven controversial, in fact of previous effort, led by wood. With Smith, working alongside to stop the election certification failed. WSB political analyst Bill Crane. How's it gonna work out this time? While his quote it won't just goes to show the continuing desperation? Mr Giuliani and the president's legal team. They're pinning their hopes here on some Burbage in the U. S Constitution that's ever never actually been tried or attempted, And there's no precedent for this. As you say two hearings of the State Capitol today in the other states, senators vowed to make changes to George's election laws in the upcoming General Assembly session. People that I represent we have totally lost. Confidence in our system in our election system this year Senator Steve Gooch among those seeking answers from Ryan, Germany, attorney for the secretary of state's office regarding claims of voter fraud in the presidential election. We have not seen any anything that would suggest widespread fraud or widespread problems with with the voting system, he says. 250 investigations into absentee voting are underway mostly surrounding signature matches. Sandra Peroration 95.5 WSB and also on the court front today. Jamie Dupri in Washington, the latest port loss for President. Trump's campaign is in Wisconsin, where the state Supreme Court refused to hear a lawsuit about the November elections. The president's legal challenge does not present any evidence of actual frog, as it instead argues the expansion of absentee voting was not allowed under Wisconsin law, and if you're counting this is one and 41 now in the legal actions brought by the Trump campaign, his supporters Their allies are president won't say if he still has confidence in attorney general bars to me that In a number of weeks from now from pressed about Barr's comments in that interview yesterday, which debunked allegations about widespread of voter fraud, the president said Bar quote hasn't done anything. He hasn't looked into it closely enough. Another sea change happening at the Movies Warner Brothers to Stream its entire slate of 2021 new movies doing the New Matrix movie Wonder Woman that lost Dream on HBO Max. At the same time, they opened them play in the theaters that is called Hybrid distribution model, and Robert Thompson, a pop culture historic and professor says, You might think it sounds strange. At first you'll get used to it. People who are very uncomfortable going to meetings on Zoom five months ago. Now don't even want to go back to work. They're fine with it, he says. It's easy to blame this experiment on the pandemic. But in fact, it's something the Hollywood studios have been wanting to do for some time, but the theater chains would not allow it until now. Closing bell Brought to you by Financial Symphony on the WSB market. Watch the Dalek 86 points today. 9 29,070, the NASDAQ Up 28 points. 3 12,078 WSB news Time is 606 and Kirk Melas has Atlanta radios Only five day forecast chance of rain Friday starts going up after 7 A.m. highest after 1 P.m. amounts averaging a quarter to half an inch, with isolated higher totals..
"ray smith" Discussed on AmigosPC
"Desk for a human. That sounds so bad. I think they're better off. Smokey's Donnie toilet paper thrown his throat. Around all these throat Donald Thrown out the window just threat your enemies. That's how you keep people even beating it wrong for generation ask we. Don't don't flush it throw it at that one you don't need toilet paper to keeps people Social distance from us. Well so you don't get help with the virus. He's got the virus. Get here so Derek. What are you going to do with Europe stimulus? Check you get well. I'M GONNA pay off a speeding ticket but I've been. I've been getting extensions on my court. Date is like corona virus. It's really coming in handy written court you could. That makes sense. Yeah you can get away with that. But I'M GONNA PAY OFF ON A. It's like a two hundred dollar class that I gotta take and I think the rest of it. I'm going to Once everything hopefully it's back to normal GONNA buy a plane ticket to Germany. Go visit my family of input. That often like this whole thing has made it. It's made me more aware that I shouldn't put it off. You know I should just go do it. You know might not even be. Humility allows far as we know right now by novel. That TICKET FOR LIKE THIRTY DOLLARS. Calm I god I should. Hi Sir once I get that stimulus package. I want to buy a bunch of tickets in a reseller. Oh we call it. The trump checker no question. I would say we probably getting in Alabama thing. I've just hoping that Barack Obama metaphorically comes Outta the locker room right now at halftime like suited up relationship and then he scores fifty points defeats corona virus. And we go back to be awesome country. He needs a ride. Ray Smith Mike Murray Michael Jordan didn't Michael Jordan Showa was Michael Jordan Came of the very end of it. Win The game Was IT Bill Murray? Yeah what. I don't remember that to watch that that's bill. Murray is on the move the savior. Does he talk at the end. No Michael Jordan does bank at the end but bill. Murray comes in and they went after he came in. I just think Bill Murray is awesome like the whole and that's his catchphrase for space jam..
"ray smith" Discussed on KTRH
"Common nationally gaming is a proud sponsor of seven forty K. T. R. H. I turn on the radio right now those who do listen I feel I feel good well informed newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. seven forty nine time here in Houston's morning news we got some reaction from our Texas senators yesterday to the defense attorneys for the president and their testimony specially is related to Joe Biden first let's start with Ted Cruz this afternoon was devastating for the house managers for the first time in the entire proceeding we have heard just at the beginning of the Sirius evidence of corruption involving Marie smoke the Ukrainian natural gas company that paid a hundred Biden Joe Biden's son a million dollars a year so while Joe Bob let me answer I'll answer the question but question let me let me answer the question that erupted in please you guys ray Smith play paid hunter Biden Joe Biden's son a million dollars a year all hunter Biden threaten to Ukraine withhold a billion dollars in aid unless and until they fired the prosecutor investigating his son right Sir Joe Biden threaten Joe Biden as vice president and I did say that we just saw a video which I would encourage every news outlet here actually show the video of Joe Biden bragging how he told the president of Ukraine he was gonna cut off a billion dollars is going to block a billion dollars in foreign aid to Ukraine unless they fired the prosecutor in Joe Biden's own words son of a **** they fired the guy in eleven more like crazy that he had to explain to reporter what the video was he was referring to the Biden video they haven't been showing it I know they have been showing up but they have not been showing it on mainstream radio station in the usual suspects anyway at least know what exists by that is Ted Cruz wanted the senator according to say when asked about what happens if witnesses end up getting called well it goes on for ever and ever and ever because what's going to happen is if there are claims of executive privilege in the course of this sort of trial they'll have to be litigation decided in the District Court hearing in the district of Columbia that'll go up the court of appeals of the Supreme Court that could take at least weeks but probably more like months in the mean time the Senate is for clothes from doing anything to bring down drug prices pass a highway.
"ray smith" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Ray Smith the tide will face the red hot cheese winners of seven straight including the playoffs what if the Titans come away with a win the Lotto for safety with the legendary if you're in a Tennessee historically and you get to a Superbowl winning these three straight games on the road again we did this whole bandwagon jumping Superbowl phone doing what Baltimore Kansas city take your pick they were all in that right they would have beaten all three of those things that to me for Deanna go alone is the single greatest feat of any quarterback in playoff history paper on goal can we go the Titans are looking to become only the third is sixty to reach a Superbowl since nineteen ninety in the late game the Packers and the Niners both had losing records last season making this the third conference championship matchup between teams that had losing records the previous season and it had been four hundred and sixty ninety so it's kind of a greater force in the octagon and he must have seen the horse has racked the cowboy the end came quickly for surrounding McGregor with a TKO we just forty seconds finances first win since November of twenty sixteen lebron delivered his version of a knock Alfie instructing thirty one fished out twelve times as the Lakers down the rockets won twenty one fifteen it's the eighth time jeans had thirty and ten this season the most by later suspected Johnson nine it world reports the Blazers will send ten teams more anti Toliver and a pair of second round picks the kings for Trevor Reza and two additional players this deal she had over twelve million four four coming up on Monday that a single owner will recap all the action championship Sunday what's the latest from the never ending MOB scandal and one star.
"ray smith" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Cheeseburger six piece chicken McNuggets or small fries price participation may very cannot be combined with any other offer is what brought you by McDonald's on ninety five point five W. SB mark Kirk Mellish will refreshes five day forecast he continues to pour over the data of that monster storm system that'll me moving this weekend in the metro Atlanta and when is it move outs he'll let you know between now and aid and you wanna make six figures go work for Taco Bell that story's next WSB news time seven forty four it's always a great time to visit the island but this January and February we added a few extra enticement in honor of our ninety second birthday enjoy a ninety two percent off your third night of a three night stay and take advantage of our mild temperatures with twenty percent off most outdoor activities including golf kayaking and fishing prefer to stay inside our Forbes five star spot you'll find twenty percent out there as well don't miss out on one of our most popular events the seventh annual creativity conference January seventeenth and eighteenth with extraordinary thinkers including Pixar cofounder Alvy ray Smith or giant squid expert even better or you can always just take a stroll under five miles of private beach the island should be one of your new year's resolutions to book visit the island dot com or call eight five five eight three three nineteen forty seven offers apply to new reservations only for stays in January and February at the cloister main building and wings subject to availability and other conditions may apply hi it smiling mark McKay I want to tell you guys about orchard to homeowners here in metro Atlanta we're looking to sell an orchard have the modern stress free solution for both of them let's start with Jane she got a new job and was in a hurry to move orchard gave her a cash offer in twenty four hours she skipped the showings costly upgrades and repairs and she got to choose her closing.
"ray smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Mike minor Robbie ray Smith Jason Vargas Sam Dyson body Rosenhaus ten jobs Michael Pineda Marcus Stroman Mike minor Robbie ray and I said Bobby was in house Michael Pineda Marcus Stroman Trevor Bauer Mike minor Robbie ray Wilson okay really sad to stop there what was the last name because I was talking over as of Billy was going stop we had to stop it for your belly you had the same job what would we like of the people are waiting already it was a matter of void so your is the the Yankees are going to get mad but Lloyd so you're going to live with for the rest of your life of that happens our gift from the Jean shepherd movie okay okay all right but yeah all I see I finally get everything goes over my head listen I'm not the on and when I was young things also went over my head Arnie is calling from dumont and don't Arnie or on the fan and rock city what's happening Arnie hello here's been a long time since I spoke to you whose fault is that okay well then don't let it happen again trying not to I am not doing that and you did the last time I spoke if you were shout out to all my mannerisms says it's not like that myself I'm I'm interested in one of those trades myself for the Yankees by the way that the guy that says she she was yelling out wasn't D. as it was Garcia no Garcia yes I apologize once you have created and no one to ignore the law I think it was D. as I think I was right well either way it doesn't matter the point is it woke up the ankles and and the guy and this was I didn't like it from CC I thought he was above you know a straight guy what we you know wanna call our broader knob and I give credit I believe his name was Jason from last night calling in after the game and he was storing about CC was doing that in part time shake up to wake up his team and then news see Anya Saudagar Grigory his who was pulling again getting out so badly of bad back to the dugout and it was of course where Gary is with the gore Gregory is with the great great corporations with the column with the glory of the grand slam so I do not have the team Robbie helped a little that mail getting a little work out from getting free CDL gave a good actor flowing at you realize it but that was the that was the hardest swing in the major leagues this year four three two inches well forty two inches no more free choice and I think they said okay well I'm not to sure listen I don't know I'm not gonna go I I I I agree hello where is the wind but do you understand what was he saying I mean all right well that's the charm of the program I don't think anyone understands what I say half the time but listen that's the charm and I tell people because it's true I talk and talk and talk saying nothing and make a living out of it all right one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six will be taking your calls right up until JJ after dark no calls will be taken during this flash with Bob use as the rain is on the way in the force of the Yankees hand they didn't wait for it to start raining they decided to postpone tonight's game against the rays about a half an hour before first.
"ray smith" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Nine AM to one PM. And then he came in and you or the new came in and at one pm to five pm with Jim Lampley. Yes. Who were the partners on the morning shift with John will Jim Mora was one of them, correct? Who is the other guy? And by the way you saw these guys every week Ray Smith. That's right. Hey, you got most of them race relations. Yeah. VR. No VR God. Yeah. Billy Wright, well done. That's that's the game. So I, I knew most of it most just miss check. I'm actually impressed. Okay. Let's see. I've got a game. Okay. Jay. This game is called deliver not to love that. It's the question. I've got five pairs of celebrities someday to divert your eyes. Some dated and some of these relationships are totally made up. I've got nine of these nine of these so it is Kirk versus Greg. Helen Mirren and Liam Niessen were they ever together. I. Yes, they were Greg says. Yes, I say. No. And Greg gets that right thing. We're again. Wow. All right. George Clooney and Juliana Margulis were they ever together Kirk? Yes. Who see that one says, yes, I'm gonna say no. Greg is up two to nothing ever work again, who who's, who's the woman who got the head the baby by just recently his wife. All my Molly. Yeah. Okay. Okay. See I'm getting right? Yeah. All right share and Tom Cruise were they ever together? They this has to be a trick. I'm gonna say no though, but it has to be a trip. Crushes no Kirk. I think I'm gonna go no as well. I don't I don't think she's share. Tom Cruise that you guys are both wrong. They see they know she had great things to say about him to early twenties. Yeah. Early a real I see. My eyes in my mind is locked on the couch jumping, and Kidman Meryl Streep and Robert Duvall, Meryl Streep and Robert Duvall. It go with Kirk. I. Meryl streep. I, I would say, yes. Yes. Seems like right around the right time..
What Happened at America's Secret Atomic City?
"Putin. Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff. Production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff loin Vogel bomb here in September of nineteen forty two US army, Lieutenant General Leslie groves commander of the Manhattan project. Those secret US crash effort to develop the atomic bomb faced a critical decision. The project needed to produce uranium-235 an isotope of uranium who's unstable nucleus could be easily split trigger efficient chain-reaction and release enormous amount of destructive energy, but that would require a massive complex manufacturing process involving tens of thousands of workers which needed to be kept secret to thwart interference from spies and saboteurs. But the question was where those priscilla's possibly be hidden U S officials had already identified potential sites in several parts of the country, but all of them had drawbacks Shasta dam in California. For example, was too close to the Pacific coast and this Volna rebel air attack in several locations in Washington state would have required construction of long power lines to provide the massive amounts of electro. Needed for the work site in Illinois near Chicago was also out officials didn't want to be close to a big population centers since the potential health risks of the work were not clear, and it would have been easier for enemy Asians to blend in around a city. So instead groves quickly settled upon fifty two thousand acre. That's twenty one thousand Hector site in rural eastern, Tennessee later expanded slightly not only would it be inconspicuous to anyone outside of the sparsely populated area. But it was also close to hydroelectric plants operated by the Tennessee valley authority, which could supply the enormous amounts of electrically that the plans would require it was the perfect place to build both the Clinton engineer works, which would be the atomic complex and secret city to house the workers the government decided to call the secret city oakridge because it sounded quote, sufficiently bucolic and general according to an article in a nineteen sixty nine government review of the project, not long after choosing the area, the US government quietly started moving small farmers who had land on the site paying them compensation, but not telling them why then came trainloads full of construction equipment and building materials construction crews quickly erected the buildings that would comprise the nondescript we named campus as well as. Thousands of houses for scientists and workers. Many of the homes were be one flat tops, a designed fashion from prefabricated panels and roofing to save construction time building the secret industrial facilities and housing for workers cost around one point three two billion dollars. That's about eighteen point five billion in today's money that amounted to sixty percent of the Manhattan, project's total budget over the next few years oakridge grew into a community of seventy five thousand people. We spoke with de Ray Smith, a retired historian for the UAE twelve national security complex who also is the historian for these city of Oak Ridge and a columnist for the Oak Ridge or a local newspaper Smith explained people came from all over the world. Many of the scientists were Hungarians a lot came out of Germany and Great Britain. He explains that others were recruited for the Clinton engineering works by big US companies working on the Manhattan project who scoured campuses if US colleges and universities for bright students with needed science and technical skills. For example, a young chemist named Bill Wilcox who was approached by an Eastman Kodak recruiter in nineteen forty-three later recalled that he was only told that the job was some sort of secret war work. He said I asked where I'd be working. He wouldn't say it was secret. I asked what sort of work. I'd be doing. He wouldn't say it was secret Wilcox eventually ended up at the Clinton engineer works. According to Smith, those who turned down jobs might end up being drafted into a special engineering detachment of the US army. And sent to Tennessee anyway. Those atomic workers arrived at a place shrouded in secrecy, locals knew something mysterious was going on at the site. But only those who are part of the mission were allowed inside past. The guarded gates on the access roads, the atomic facilities themselves were surrounded by digital security. The work itself was highly compartmentalized. So that most people knew only about the small portion of the effort that they themselves were working on. And only a select few new. The overarching mission was to help make the atomic bomb access to buildings other than the one you were working in was highly restricted to keep information from getting out oakridge became a self contained community with most everything that its workers needed secret city had stores movie houses, a high school a Bank, a three hundred bed hospital, tennis and handball courts and even its own Symphony Orchestra led by a Manhattan project. Scientists people who live there tended victory gardens raised families, and led what was pretty much normal American existence. That is except for the secrecy that surrounded them in their work. A billboard reminded workers. Let's keep our traps shut. They knew they had to be cautious. Not to say anything about their jobs to anyone even their own spouses, a young scientists told one of the first reporters tried about the subject when Louis Feldstein would sit around the dinner table, and the strain was terrible. But it was all in the difficult effort of producing uranium-235. There's only a tiny amount of the stuff zero point seven percent in uranium or most of which is uranium two thirty eight which doesn't fit in as easily and above such as little boy. The one dropped on Hiroshima required. One hundred and forty one pounds. That's sixty four kilograms of uranium-235. You have to separate a lot of material to get that much to thirty five to solve that problem. The Clinton engineer works y twelve plant used special devices called Cal trans which utilized the electromagnetic separation process developed by Nobel winning physicist Ernest Lawrence, the university of California, Berkeley, the Cal trans used heat and powerful magnets to separate the two isotopes and then to collect just the uranium-235 isotope because it's so much lighter in weight together. Enough uranium-235 for the projects purposes, the y twelve facility employed twenty two thousand workers to run one thousand one hundred fifty two Kalua trans literally around the clock. Meanwhile, another part of the works. The x ten graphite reactor. Used neutrons emitted from uranium-235 to convert uranium two, thirty eight into an isotope of a different element. Plutonium two thirty nine another easily fissionable material suitable for making Tomek bombs as myth explains after x ten demonstrated that the process could work the actual plutonium used to make Fatman the bomb dropped on Nagasaki was produced in the b reactor at the Hanford engineer works near Richmond, Washington. Finally on August. Sixth nineteen Forty-five the world witnessed the results of the secret cities. Labor's when the United States dropped an atomic bomb containing uranium-235 produced there on the Japanese city of Hiroshima the Knoxville, Tennessee, new sentinels front page headline proudly proclaimed atomic super bomb made it oakridge strikes Japan that wasn't completely correct though, the uranium-235 came from Tennessee parts, the bomb were made it three different plants. So that none of them would have the complete design the destruction at Hiroshima and Nagasaki was horrific, and it was a or perhaps the turning point of the war. After the war. The various parts of the once secret, Tennessee, atomic complex were split up part eventually was reborn as the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, which helped pioneer the field of nuclear medicine present isotopes for use intriguing cancer and as diagnostic tools in addition to doing cutting edge research areas ranging from nanotechnology to wireless, charging of electric vehicles and other portion became the twelve national security complex, which produced components for tens of thousands of thermonuclear weapons in the us arsenal during the Cold War and leader helped disassemble US and former Soviet nuclear weapons third part is now the site of the east Tennessee technology park, though, there's no evidence that German or Japanese spies ever managed to infiltrate the Clinton engineer works. A Soviet spy named George co Ville did manage to get a job there. And apparently passed along information about the atomic work to the Soviets in two thousand seven he was honored posthumously with a hero of the Russian federation medal. The nation's highest honor I Russian President
What Does the Word 'Caucasian' Really Mean?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brainstorm a production of iheartradio. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here. If you've ever watched a police procedural, you've probably heard a description of a suspect that goes, something like this. The suspect is a six foot one hundred and eighty pound Caucasian male wearing a white t shirt jeans, and so on, but what does Caucasian really mean, it's easy, of course, to acquaint Caucasian with white, but that one word Caucasian touches on issues much deeper than skin color it kindles questions of race and the very origin of humans it even exposes the topic of whether race exists outside of our own weird minds. Spoiler in humans. No genetic basis exists to separate our species into races. We spoke with Joseph graves, a professor of nano engineering and the intern dean at the joint school of NATO science and engineering in Greensboro, North Carolina. He said there's no scientific justification for use of the term Caucasian. It's actually a nineteenth century INTERPOL logical idea that was based around a false conception of the origin of the human species. I was in the caucus mountains the caucus mountains run from the Black Sea to the west to the Caspian Sea on the east in an area, that's considered by many as the crossroads between eastern, Europe and western Asia. These mountain ranges two of them, the greater and lesser are due east of Italy due north of Iraq and do west of India. The southern tip of Russia. Lies to the north of the Caucasus mountains to the immediate South Georgia, a former Soviet Republic. This is where Caucasians true Caucasians. Call home people from Georgia rusher Azerbaijan and Armenia hail from that area. But Caucasians as I identified by German Interpal, just union Frederick bloom Bach, and as some still think of the group today lay claim to a lot more real estate than that in seventeen ninety five in the third edition of his book, titled on the natural varieties of mankind. Blooming book building on work by sweeter, scientists careless Lineas and others used the word Caucasian to describe one of his five races of man, he determined each through scientific. Methods like the measuring of skulls and tied each distinct. Geographic regions Caucasians were as Bloomberg presented them the white race and included people not only from the caucus region. But also those from Europe northern India and parts of northern Africa. The other groups Bloomberg identified tied loosely skin color were Malaysian native American and Mongolian though, Bloomberg found that the quote, many varieties of men are as present known to be one and the same species his work. Nonetheless was seen as giving scientific credence to the concept of biological race. Over the years that notion has been abused in order to separate groups of people often by skin color and to declare through some bastardisation of science the superiority of one race over others. Also years after Bloomberg scientists found that the earliest humans didn't come from the caucus, but from Africa in modern day, the opium. Copa classifying humans into races. Whatever boombox intentions continues today. The term Caucasian is still rolled out occasionally and not only on TV police dramas grave said I was just at a conference here in Minnesota where researcher from South Africa kept referring to herself and others in her country as Caucasians, I think it is very very much a white supremacist racist ideology, I think it has to do with your Centric, racial ideology. People wish to hold onto the special designation exemplified by this term Caucasian beyond Caucasian. The US census bureau has its own definition of race, quote, a person self-identification with one or more social groups and asks respondents to choose from its own categories, white black or African American Asian American Indian and Alaska native native Hawaiian and other Pacific islander. The census allows those survey to choose some other race as well the census bureau's definition of race, but it self identified and based on social groups. Is different than blooming box in that. It's notably social not scientific and supports the now widely accepted finding that race is not something that supported by science genetically speaking someone can't be of the white race or the Caucasian race or the Mongolian race. We are of one species, according to the national human genome research institute, humans are ninety nine point nine percent identical in genetic makeup. Gordon hudson. A professor of psychology at Canada's Brock university explained in psychology today. Scientists generally do not recognize races biologically meaningful yet scientists including me discuss race and described the racial composition of our samples to be clear. I'm not advocating that we ignore race. In fact, there are many dangers ignoring raises a social topic race's real but race is socially real not biologically real. Yet, the term Caucasian despite its problems has proven stubbornly resilient, some people perceive it as being more scientific or dispassionate than saying white. Even though the exact opposite is true based on the words origins from a proven Lee incorrect hypothesis and later used to perpetuate prejudice in two thousand four graves wrote a book called the Ray Smith. Why would pretend race exists in America from the introduction? Quote. We must recognize that the underlying biological diversity of the human species cannot be artificially portioned into races because races are simply not biologically justified. If we can understand that all allegiance to racism is ideological not scientific then we may be able to silence. The biggest once and for all. 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"ray smith" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"I can't imagine why the only thing I could come up with just trying to think logically is. I know he just Jamie just hired one of UCLA's old assistance one of their top guys. And maybe Jamie would say to them. Look let me out for less than eight million. And I'll leave your assistance alone, a leave a leave you with a staff if not I'm taking everybody with me, which I think those guys are eligible to do. And so. The you know to me, it seems like that would be the only way to get them to. But if I'm TCU what's in it for me to lower the buyout. Yeah. Doesn't make any case. And then here's the other question. I have for you. Explain to me, why you offer John Calipari eight million a year when he's making nine point two because you think hey, we're UCLA nobody. But is it to let the world know, you know, he's not gonna take. Right. So as it to let the world know that you're willing to pay. I actually think it's probably more on the coach Cal, I think coach cow was using UCLA. Even though it was a low ball offer. I think cow was using UCLA to leverage a lifetime deal with Kentucky worked. Yeah. Did work. Yeah. And and UCLA does get credit for associating themselves with John Calipari when they were looking for a new head coach. It sounds like there was something flimsy, as it might have been some sort of conversation between UCLA, and and okay, I know you're gonna roll your eyes at this. But John Calipari has been head to schools rescind final four appearances, UMass and Memphis. Okay. So he's not squeaky clean by any means. So you'll hire Cala pari no questions asked. But you won't even look at Patino. Yes. It doesn't make any difference between cheating and sleaziness. Do not see the difference between it's like comparing he lied about sex everybody lies about sex. It's like comparing somebody who cheated on their taxes to somebody like Bob Kraft, whose creeping around a massage parlor Bob Kraft, still going to be the owner of the patriots. And they're still going to be a contender. He doesn't work for anybody. And Rick Pitino woodwork for UCLA. Yeah. Why not getting anyway? There used a job anywhere either. Either you tolerate ethics violations or you don't John Calipari has them just like Rick Pitino does. And they've both won national championship. You don't you? Really? Don't see the difference between the sleaziness of John Calipar. I'm sorry. The sleaziness of Rick Pitino and the paper shuffling cheating of John Calipari. I here's the thing. I think the college basketball, it's this as this trial is proving is a cesspool. And they all cheat. I'm just saying if they're all cheating get somebody who knows how to run a full Corp press. Right. I mean, USC just got one of their coaches fired new investigated by the FBI, the US, easy, only one Jeetan. They're not. No, they're definitely not. They're definitely not. But there's but see there's cheating. There's what what Patino I can't believe you don't see the difference. Not because I think it goes on another schools anything. He just got caught. You think you think they turn a bra? They turn the athlete storm into a brothel. Not only do I think that I think that at every school when when they were Kurt top players. They have an escort not an escort like a high paid prostitute at an escort that takes them around campus to show him the school when they get there right and nine times out of ten it's a hot girl. Well, that's different on actually an escort those girls. Actual escort. No. But I think there's there's probably sex going on in some of those instances, really. Yeah. Well that sounds like. You're treating Billy Ray Smith told me you're going on in the seventies. But you can't treat girls at your university like escorts. No, they expected to sleep with the thing, and do whatever they can do whatever they want. Wow. That's rough. Yeah. But I'm saying if you're gonna if you're gonna accept John cale pari, then you can't say, oh, no, we'd never consider repetition by can't I cannot see I got to school..