10 Burst results for "Saint For University"

"saint university" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo

Clubmarket Demo

07:13 min | 2 months ago

"saint university" Discussed on Clubmarket Demo

"I'm really happy to be with bob and rose nor today. Thank you guys so much for agreeing to sit down and have this conversation. I know we've had it many times and as I thought about guests to invite on this podcast, I really wanted to just share your story with other couples who are a little farther behind than where you guys are. So because they don't know you, let's just start a little bit with where you are currently. How long have you guys been married? We've been married 36 years. Awesome. Awesome. And children, we have two children, a son and a daughter. A 31 year old and a 29 year old. Okay. And one is married and you have a big event coming up soon. That's right. I'm looking forward to that. Robbie's getting married. So you have both your kids married, which is just a great place to be in life, isn't it? It's just a spot to be. Let's set the stage for this conversation. And when you were first married, 36 years ago, what did work and purpose? What did that look like at the beginning of your journey together? Truthfully, after graduating, we got married shortly after we graduated from saint university and it was something we did. It was just something that was expected of us. It was just the next stage in life. I can't say that we thought much beyond the next couple of years. It was we needed to earn a living. We were on our own. We were independent. And there was an expectation that we would carry carry around load beginning really day one after we graduated. Right. Right. You were off the payroll. That's right. And what about for you rose? I would say the same thing. I graduated with a degree. I got a job in my field. I was, which was interior design. I knew I didn't want to work forever that I wanted to be a stay home mom. So work for me was just work, you know, make money. We can save we can pay off our House and work until we start to have a family. Okay. And what was your degree in bob? Undergrad is a finance and accounting. Okay. Yeah. And so where did you start with work? What were the first jobs you had? I started with the IRS. That's an interior. Exactly. Yes. Yes, yes, yes. Newark, New Jersey. Okay. Just doing some of their offices. Okay. All right. Awesome. And bob. And I started with Johnson Johnson in a management development program. But 5 year program. And. I was there for in the measurement development program for about 5 years before moving on to other things. Okay. So at that point, did you did you know you were an entrepreneur or rose? Did you have any idea? I had no idea. Did I grew up in a family? My dad worked for the same company, his whole life. And his father had worked for Johnson & Johnson. So I just assumed you start working with a company and you just keep going until you retire. I'd never heard of the word. I didn't know what an entrepreneur was, nothing. Yeah. It definitely wasn't as common in this have been early 80s. So you got more married 19 83. Okay. So no clue yet. And tell us just a little bit about timeline for you, bob and those early years of work with Johnson & Johnson, leading up to the point where you decided to launch Tapestry. Sure. I would say my undergraduate degree is finance and accounting was actually a miscast for my background. I actually was much more creative and innovative in high school. To take the truth, I didn't give a whole lot of thought to why I was a financing accounting major other than I had a good friend and a teammate that was one. My father was a finance accounting major. And it was a very defined career path. So it really helped a creative person like myself provide some structure and guardrails for the early stages of my career. The management development program also provided structure to focus on. Business in general and the financial aspects of business in particular. But I can't say that was really, it wasn't my love or passion. It was, I think, in the back of my mind, there was always this creative desire to create something new. So we had even shortly after we were married, we started several very small ventures along the ways that tested tested waters and maybe we tested our marriage over there too. Yeah, I totally forgot about that, but I do this. And I don't think I've ever heard that piece of the story. So we just sent creative in high school. What do you mean by that? Creative how? So I remember freshman or sophomore, taking a course and advertising. And I had an uncle who had some experience in Madison Avenue. He was kind of part of the madman crowd from the 60s and he was very encouraging in terms of this particular project that I was working on that was kind of a creative product concept that I had pitched in high school. And I knew that that's what my natural inclination was. I wasn't necessarily in numbers guy. But yeah, so it expressed itself in that ways. And in ways like that. And. I guess just my interest, it wasn't a focus interest had by contrast, a lot of friends in high school went on to college and engineering or medicine or law. And I just wasn't, that just wasn't my interest. All right. So did you ever start a business in high school? Did you have a lemonade stand as a kid? I did. So I had a shoe company in high school. I was a high school and college athlete. And so for a couple seasons, I had a business reselling shoes. They were sort of leftovers from Nike and Adidas and I would take them to track meets and I would either wear them myself or find other really talented runners and have them run it almost as a sponsorship and would use that as a way to resell. She was very small business. So that was high school,.

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"saint university" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:51 min | 8 months ago

"saint university" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"San reinhart controlling leaves it for victor olafsson. Good play by savannah. Jet forced a turnover. Here's a two on one zabana antigen savannah jets right. Yep three two in overtime. They beat buffalo. That was sam. Rosen on 'em as zibanejad winner ebor should start with twenty one saves meantime mathew barzal five point nine three goals two assists islanders the capital's eight to four couples for jordan. Eberle and tonight you've got the devils taking on the caps saint joseph's college college okay goal. He's apparently and it's not the saint joseph's down long island. I don't believe it's gotta be the connecticut. Almost certain yeah. So it's let's see it's going to be seventy nine in. May jim calhoun. He's university of saint joseph so it's not saint joseph's college university of saint joseph's men's basketball team is playing games only five. So far as he's sitting at home it's in hartford saint university st joseph's in hartford and he dislocated his hip so he couldn't be on the sidelines. Coachie noel out and williams is seventy so he wanted to keep coaching. You certainly assume they'll be team out there. That want him. I guess coaches coach is one of those things that are actually old true meighan each the morning show with boomer esiason in gregg giannotti boomer and geo for hoping for the best because longer you push that off the more games after he made up the more doubleheaders the more of a annoyance it becomes for jacob degrom to try to figure out what he's got to do to get ready for this thing to remember they they were going to basically past the fifth starter and give him the start on regular days rest. That's right For their third series. So now if let's say major league baseball besides shut down the nationals. Completely through the weekend they may that means that the mets will open at philadelphia because their next three games are in philadelphia. And then that kinda messes up your rotation and what you wanted to do and how you saw the whole thing play out. And it's really unfortunate for the mets. But you know it's the reality of the times that we're living in right now. Yeah it is. I just hope that that in something that just throws them off for the first couple of weeks and you say well you know. We had everything in line and we didn't a changed our routine blonde. These guys. The came through a truncated season last year. They aren't very good now. They weren't but you know they also made some great additions this offseason. It's a different team and comes into this season with an enormous amount of expectations including their new three hundred and forty one million dollar shortstop. Yeah so it's it's a different fields a different vibe around the team and plus we finally got rid of the melodic. that's been ruinous for all these years carton as now becomes a yankee fan. Yes so good for him. Lifted trader turncoats. bank face. yeah. It is Is now the yankees that he they'd have to worry. Try that whole are yankee fans. But that's just the way it had to play itself out. I guess all right. Let's go to greg in manhattan. What's going on.

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"saint university" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:00 min | 9 months ago

"saint university" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Because they listen. That's probably one of the truest safe. You'll make an and the rest of your broadcasting career a chance to coach my son's aau team me place now. Saint university of pennsylvania in philadelphia. And i gotta tell you. Coaching we won a national championship in san antonio on monday night. And then my wife says to me you know you got track this on wednesday. I for what said you're coaching. Your sunday you you about so wednesday night. We just want an aso championship thirty nine and no and in two thousand four job for practice wednesday night and the first fifteen minutes. These guys look at me like what are you know about that. Could go get how they think. They think they can do it on their own that they don't do. They don't need teammates. They don't need anybody. Whereas i think the women are very conscious of the fact that they need coaching. They need Help from their teammates. They want to be part of a team. So they're much more receptive to coaching. No question yeah. They believe in the collective effort rather than the individual effort. Correct we only about. We only have about a minute and a half and i wanna ask you win. The buzzer goes off and you've won a national championship. What is the first thing that goes through your mind. After you realize that it's all over with and you you reach the end of the line and where you want it to be in a case like last year when when when the buzzer goes off and you win all you can think of. Is you know. I really wanted this scene this seniors. I would only want every day montgomery to win last game of her college career. Feel what it feels like to walk around as a national champion. And the first thing i was thinking about her. And how much is giving the connecticut and how much she Sacrifice and that's usually where your thoughts go You know your first one or your second one. You might think ok. Well this this makes me you know. I feel like. I can coach a national championship team. But it's it's it's really all about the players forever. I wanna thank you very much. Gino i love the book. I read the original when i came out. And i'm looking forward to rereading this because i've already smiled through some of the things that i've read from this book once again. Thank you very much. I enjoy our conversations. Let's not make it so long. My friend all right geno auriemma. Of course the hall of fame coach at the university of connecticut. Six national championships. Check out this book. it's called gino. In pursuit of perfection. We continue with more of you and sports byline. Hello and welcome back to the ronnie do each tax program on the line is paul from california. Hi paul what's your tax problem today. Hierarchy ronnie love. Your show listen. I've got a big problem. You see my paycheck was garnish last week and only get half the normal amount to make matters worse. The irs froze my bank account. Listen of embarrassed and scared. I need some help. 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"saint university" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"saint university" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"Already we are here with Janelle Shane from a awareness. Who knows more about a then? Alan, Iverson Gino. How you doing today and get great. I'm doing great as well. Thank you so much for making the time today, and this is really neat because you have such a unique and really cool background and. To put it in. Perspective I I know a little bit about artificial intelligence. I thought I knew a decent amount and then I, read your wikipedia page, and like I pretty much needed definition for everything on this page, so this is going to be an interesting interview. Yeah glad to define anything I'm working on science. Education is a large part of what I think. It is I do yeah, yeah. I would say so also for perspective back in episode eighty five. We had on cat and JETHRO Gilligan top from the box of oddities, which is a podcast that literally talks about the weirdest and most unusual stories out there and I thought that would be the weirdest interview ever, but now that we have a awareness on I think you're going to give them a run for their money so so a lot to look forward to in this. WE'RE GONNA? Get into a awareness and your book is well, but before we get into that and kind of the world of artificial intelligence. What do you think you'd be doing? If a I did not exist and instead of artificial intelligence? We're left with lowly. Intelligence Well, you know I might be still blogging about something I've had previous blogs. I had one where I was sharing pictures from an electron microscope, and actually there's pictures of all of my experiment had failed, but on the microscopic scale they look really cool. Because you get these grand etching failures that looked like the Grand Canyon, and they look like you know there was supposed to be a part there had been completely. You know etched away into this great natural landscape, so I had a blog that was full of pictures of. failures I also have a blog for wild on minecraft blog, whereas riding a horse around doing class, so yeah people talking about something. No idea what you're a natural blogger. Then what is it you like about the blogging space and sharing your message and forms of entertainment in that form? I really like the storytelling. The sharing when I come across something that I think is oh. This is so cool. This is so fun. This is such a good story and I really want to tell other people, and if there's nobody immediately there, or I can't tell it to fifty people at once than putting it on a blog is one way to do that. It is certainly as. In from your standpoint, what defines a good story because every you hear so much about? These days, but what's the difference from your perspective, and after telling so many unique and interesting stories for so many years? What makes it a gem from your standpoint? You know it's. Learning about something new that maybe didn't know about before or seeing something new about before, but in a different way I mean one thing I really like to try. Do have all of my sings that I write make people feel better at the end of reading. either. They learned something cool or they were entertained. Yeah, really the sort of wholesome feel-good like there's enough stressful stuff out there so I'm really trying to. Make It nice. Absolutely well, it's a good mission to get behind. Okay, so that's that's an there's going to be held US ends. That's in the fictional world where artificial intelligence does not exist so back into the real world where you have done so much with Ai. How'd you get into? And become interested in researching this giant. Curious subject matter in the first place. Okay so in two thousand and two. I was a entering freshman at Michigan. State University, and this was back before neural networks and artificial intelligence were a commercial thing like you know two thousand ten with Google translate all of these other. Applications had not happened yet. Your networks where these were this weird curiosity that people did know that was going to amount to anything, and so when I went to this lecture by Professor Eric Goodman like I had. Not heard of this before and many people hadn't, but he would talk about this computer program that was learning how to solve problems, a trial and error so rather than being given explicit instructions, it was being given the goal, and then via a lot of trial and errors to try and. Reach a solution somehow, and what really struck me then was how bizarre these solutions could be so if you told it to. Design say a car bumper that would crumple just the right way in an accident. It would design something that looked like a keynote K. battle like some kind of alien wasps or something's weird organic structure, and it would crumble beautifully, and nobody really understood why it worked or how what principles would use it. And then there would be other cases where they would give the algorithm a problem like okay sort sort this list of numbers, but what would do instead of sorting list? It was technically cold just to minimize the number of. Sorting errors, so it would delete the entire list, and technically that solution to the problem so seeing examples like this just made me go. Wow, he'll. This is like nature, but it's off a computer and I really want to get into learning about this and so I. Did Start Doing Research with that professor and then. Looked at applying it to some optics work because I was also interested in laser light, so I started using it in a nearby optics lab at Saint University until I am. We all understood the optics enough to realize that we need be A. Net. Actually is the goal of solving problem with a and a lot of cases is the AI? Is really a solution of last resort. If you can solve the problem using some well-controlled equation are well understood strategy. That would be better. For problems that are way too complicated ai can sometime the away to solve it so in this particular case, the problem we're trying to solve was not very complicated as attorney doubt. After a bunch of poking around trying to set the. Correctly we realized that Oh. Yeah. We can get the same effect just by like turning the power of earlier doubt in its having. You know nothing sophisticated needed here. So that of got me more into lasers and less into doing a I until round. Twenty fifteen, twenty sixteen, when neural networks of where thing again and I came across the blog posts where somebody had. Used a text generating neuro network.

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"saint university" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"saint university" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"My there was just incredible discipline Mikey C. audible I'm Allan how bout your third best under the radar rivalry in all of college football I'm gonna go to big tent Daria the old oaken bucket Purdue in Indiana first meeting way back in eighteen ninety one played regularly since nineteen twenty the last ten years each team is one five games but there's one less to for the last five games already been decided by seven points or less I look at this rivalry game and as it was a big win today Indiana's got a chance for a nice speaking for season with a win here pretty won't be going to a pole but all the injuries contributed to that so yeah rom and Tom Allen to coach is doing a really good job I'll go at number three the old oaken bucket game Purdue in Indiana that game today noon kickoff Indiana seven point favorite why because I say all these games seem to be decided by seven points or less I like it all right Purdue Indiana your number three out my number three is a game that's not being played today in fact it was played at the beginning of the season this year it's the holy war it's Utah and be why you look in a lot of places football is a religion in this rivalry you mix football and religion sort of it's obviously called the holy war because B. Y. U. is not owned and operated by the Mormon church for the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints university of Utah is not in fact the majority of its student body is not Mormon football teams the same view I use team have only in the Mormon church Utah's is not but it's not all about religion these are two schools that are less than an hour apart usually both successful in football not to mention of course it's been helped over the last couple of decades because Utah's head coach is a B. Y. U. along guy waiting here I love the holy war if you watch it wherever it is this is what I would like to go to Sunday because there is absolute disdain all the blue all the red you tabi why you holy war my third best rivalry that under the radar element very good sorry I'm keeping it to today I looked that listen I'm gonna show with today's games and I look at the civil war it the Oregon state Oregon it's an awesome stadium in Eugene first meeting back in eighteen ninety four oh organ leads the series that there is a substantial sixty five forty seven AM as the series but what about Corvallis and Eugene geographically think about these two teams where they can be Jonathan Smith you mention Oregon state door is a team that has approved an awful lot I think they have some things going on there that could lead this team to maybe be a factor once again in the not too distant future get backed up if at some success I've had some teams that some bad years but they've also had some years work yeah they could compete like Jonathan Smith former quarterback there has shown that this team that was headed in the right direction art is always going to be right there obviously at the top of the pac twelve or near the top with what they have one there in terms of recruiting and obviously everything about that program now is positive but I think Oregon state development moving forward are will make this even a better route rather civil war Oregon state Oregon at number two I like that the good one and it is today I didn't necessarily keep them today in fact my number two is not from today either course Auburn has more than just a great rivalry with Alabama the iron bowl is today but Auburn also has a great rivalry with Georgia in fact it's called the deep south's oldest rivalry that's my number two under the radar rivalry look some may think what they're not even in the same division in the SEC how can it be such a huge rivalry will Auburn sits about thirty five miles Mel from the Georgia state line and it's about two to two and a half hours from Athens Georgia they are cross division rivals in as you know in the SEC you play every team in your division and then every year you play a rotating divisional in a team from the other division and you have a permanent cross division rival you're playing every year and that is what Georgia and Auburn or to one another they play every year they recruit against they recruit the same kids lot of Georgia kids find their way to Auburn they say no to Georgia it's become a late in the season game every year that has massive impact and implications of the SEC and they don't like each other Auburn and Georgia my second best under the radar rivalry very good but for you the best rate rivalry that'll rides under the radar in college football as well I like people would look at this game and say it's a huge rivalry game at at its it means so much today that's why I want to highlight this game dari is Wisconsin at Minnesota Paul Bunyan's axe eighteen ninety was a first meeting along this robbery college football right now they're sixty sixty and eight but obviously Wisconsin's dominated Wisconsin hadn't had lost the last year since the two thousand three I was the first win by Minnesota and seventeen years I got of last year today Wisconsin the three point favorite Minnesota we know what's at stake here good much of the Minnesota wins this game then beats Ohio state they're in personally because that they're in the veto I said that's a how does a lot of work to do yeah that's a big time look ahead but just to be in a position where we've been talking about the golden gophers like that means that this rivalry moving for will be hotly contested it began last year when Wisconsin lost at home as a Levin point favorite thirty seven to fifteen it began there if you continue today in movie for with PJ flak this game will be a true rivalry when every other year it works working competitive and it will be an alco with Wisconsin Minnesota for Paul Bunyan's axe not as the number one rival right under the radar under rated in college football.

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"saint university" Discussed on Enterprise NOW! Podcast

Enterprise NOW! Podcast

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"saint university" Discussed on Enterprise NOW! Podcast

"Are you a business owner or entrepreneur looking to take your business skills to the next level? Then you're in the right place. Welcome to the enterprise now show. Prepare to be inspired motivated and transform. And now your host l z Flint, our king. and get. Oh, yeah. What's up enterprises? Welcome to episode one thirty eight of the enterprise now podcast where we educate motivate inspire and transform business owners and entrepreneurs into success. That is what we do. We help folks lunch grow in maximize John Larson is the creator of coach accountable. Coats accountable allows competent coaches to do their very best work coaching. That's more effective and more approachable crafted in refined since two thousand twelve the a platform enables coaches, to put forth, a more compelling offering have their coaching be more than just a phone call in the notebook realize better results with their clients and focus on doing more of what they love now before we dig in less. Listen to a short message from our sponsor seems, everyone is podcasting these days. What if you want to do it, right? And stand out from the crowd you need to contact enterprise now, e now podcast Aleutians is second to none. In providing best in class customer service, and delivering top quality podcast. Production podcast, editing can be time consuming anti-d European caster as we you do best. Let us do the dirty work for you. Besides it's would we do best? Then all you have to do is you're awesome show. We can help with basic editing. Mixing promotion, delivery, tagging, and pro editing. Whatever you need. We can do it for you. Check us out and see all the ways we can make your podcast sound amazing and professional visit enterprise dash now dot biz slash production. All right. John can I get a? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Perfect perfect. So first of all, let me say thank you for taking the time out to talk with us as we certainly appreciate you taking time out of your busy data to share your knowledge, wisdom, is my pleasure. Thanks for having me second thing. I like to do is to ask you to tell us about yourself now feel free to go all the way back to the number one day where it all started, or you can start more current day. Tell us about yourself, right on a probably start more current because I don't remember much of that day. It was pretty from even grand scheme. But I got nothing born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin area not too far from your stumping grounds. Actually, graduated from Brookville, then went, you know, about an hour's drive west to do Madison, Wisconsin for, for grad for undergrad to math and chemistry major and then went to university graduate school in. Saint university. Washington to Brazilian Saint Louis. Gosh, I haven't talked about my pedigree about academics, a long time, but I mastered in I got a master's in computer science. So between those two things three things the math chemistry and computer science that got all minor the credentials of Fronton early from their one straight job out of college was a for an e commerce company called monster commerce turnkey shopping software, where I learned doing customer support. It's where I learned doing web programming and I kinda springboard me into the whole world of entrepreneurship and trying to find something do beyond just trading hours dollars, which eventually led me to what I do often on these days, which is my business and software company platform called coach cannibal, what let you out of Milwaukee. Well, first and foremost, I mean I went to Brookfield central and the joke, there was that. Not everyone. Balat people went to, to Madison. It was it was joked. That's Brookefield west everyone just kinda migrate over there. And it was really popular destination. Great state school, couldn't beat it in terms of, you know, Bryce and quality and experiences and to be with a lot of my peers from from high school itself. So that would sell great. And then I could've stayed on there to do the doctoral program in computer science got accepted. And then I kinda wealth last minute, when I realize, like, wait, I should do something different 'cause I got a better offer elsewhere, and, and really kind of seem like the right thing to do to, to move on beyond, what was comfortable, what was so close to home hours drive is to take a little vacation away from it all, and get a nice meal, and do some laundry, cliche Ryan Spatterings imply, so the opportunity to go to Saint Louis not too far away still in the mid west, but a whole new town to discover, and learn and all that it was one of those things that I think it was really formative in terms of I'll take the initiative to what's less comfortable and. And see where it goes. And I loved it was a great move. Now, what were some of the differences between Milwaukee and Saint Louis lack of my family being read. They're both a blessing and occurs. Right. I mean, talk about a great way to, to find yourself and come of age as an adult, you know, without being related to the kid that you were among among your family. So's kinda nice to get away kind of get away too, because, you know, it was really great to go home and see see beloved in that way, the other thing, and I'm sure you'll relate to this. It was like ten degrees, warmer, every single day. It was like they -cation man, instead of, you know, the tufts of snow, the recuperated, Wisconsin, not, not really away until April or may is just like this is really mild. This is really nice. And I think I am a softer man for it took a little time to enjoy more copy. Well, and the hardiness of my soul, that was growing up in, in Wisconsin kinda wrote it away in an ice, leisurely way spas them. I can identify we. So I'm originally from southern Illinois, and we moved up to Appleton initially at a college direction. Yes. Nine ish hours away from home, and it's just me and the wife and talk about learning how to stand on your own two feet grows up quick. Right on right on. So what else what else was different between Saint Louis and Milwaukee. I'm sure the people, I've found that cities have unique personalities in that really goes all the way down to the people. For example, Chicago, people are different. Did you find that similarly or I think it's hard for me to say because I was never really not really an adult in my hometown. Never really grown up occasional visit. But again, I my whole experience of when it came to the people that was all, whatever differences might have been city to city was overshadowed by the environments. I was in. Knows a the university program. And so those were my peers, there's all kind of like minded visuals, who who'd come into, you know, do graduate work in a heavy degree of computer science. And then, again, the tech company that I that I started in, you know, my first job job that colored my perception, probably more than the geography boroughs around. I found Saint Louis to be very nice and friendly. I mean it's such a big small town. You know, it's technically geographically and population wise a big town, but I just see the same people everywhere I went like, there was a sense of, like homey familiarity, and I know if I would have had that same experience in Milwaukee or not, maybe, maybe not I never I was never really an adult there. I was just always, you know, little John is come back to visit and spend time with family and never really experienced in all things

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"saint university" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:14 min | 2 years ago

"saint university" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"In that it's all about choices. Of course. Revenge porn is illegal and you can take action. Don't submit don't consent, but Kane mega lab in nagging day. I know, but sooner or later decides they're going to go somewhere else. And then there's the threat. That's Lisa bloom. She is she's a famous attorney her mother is Gloria Allred. The apple the tree right next to each other and good for them because they're acting in good faith on behalf of people who have been mistreated women who've been mistreated, they're their principally lawyers for women. I'm sure there's there have been some mail clients in the past. Well, hi, everybody. Did you did you do? All right this morning. My phone buzzed at five. I heard rush little while ago saying he slept ten hours and forty six minutes. He did not. He must be back on the drugs is all I can tell you. He didn't sleep ten hours and forty six minutes. He's sixty something years old. He had a p twice. I slept. That's like that old joke about guy goes to the doctor and says how you feel I'm doing great doctor. I have a bowel movement every morning at eight. Well, what's your problem? Why said well, I don't wake up till nine. See that's a problem. And for Rush Limbaugh say he slept ten hours and forty six minutes without a break. He must be sleepwalking or he had an extra bladder inserted somewhere. We're going to get off on these thoughts. Anyway, I slept until five and then I heard my phone. What I didn't. Even look I didn't want to wake up yet as probably having a good dream or something. So then about six I looked over and saw lighting again. And it was something else that came on there. And I stupidly did not turn it face down. I keep a book on my nightstand. I don't read it. But I just keep it there and put the phone face down. So the light doesn't blow me out of my sleep. My slumber. And it's Rene Murphy. And she's letting me know the schools are out, and, you know, make sure my my media contacts are aware that as well. Oh, and then I looked at will Clark's Twitter feed is like he's on back to sleep. So there you go. I hope your morning went well for you. We have kids in Catholic school. And I thought oh, well, they're they've got regular school. And so then I get up and get married coffee like way, we're a little rituals. We do in the morning, and I got Gracie or nice little drink. She likes in the morning little hot drink in the winter on a winter morning. She's all ready for school. She's excited about that. And then there's Aiden he's over there on the couch under a blanket is like it's a school day what's happening here. And of course, everybody's fired up about the teachers not being these teachers page orchestra. Another already get three months of summer. L that arguing was going on this morning. And of course, it's about politics notes, not Carey's about I- pants. It's about who's on the board. It's about I know it's really it's a it's about politics there. There's a pendulum that swings both ways in politics. And so people are pushing back, and they feel like that's their their right to do that good for you. I don't know if that hurts or hinders your career, but that's on you, again choices. That's how that works. Anyway, my kid is still under the blanket over there on the couch. I guess we'd better poke him and tell him I guess what? It's only Wednesday. It's not Saturday poking. It looks at me. He goes off school today. As like last time, I checked trinity high school wasn't a public school. No, we're we're in the Sweet Sixteen school for. So here we are all arguing about teachers, and how dare you not instruct children, and this and that at all. Well, some schools let the kids off so they can go to the Sweet Sixteen because well basketball, welcome to Kentucky. That's how we prioritize. Thanks, ian. Do they let school's out when you're Indiana team is in the Sweet Sixteen or whatever they call it in Indiana. They don't because all those games take place on the weekend. And then I heard that if trinity highschool winds today he's off school again on Friday. I mean, that's astounding to me. Well, what happens on you seem to be a little deficient over in this category in this category? Well, you know basketball. I mean, we had to go and share basketball seriously that is Kentucky. So we prioritize things on our own ways in this world. But that is a fact I am not making this up that actually occurred in my home this morning, and I checked with eight in a little while ago and referenda, and I said, how's it going? Fifty five to twenty three. It looks like I'm off school on Friday. So they're beating the snot out of somebody in the Sweet Sixteen tournament. Glad you're aboard. Ladies, gentlemen. Congressman Brett Guthrie joins us a little bit later on the show and also wanna play some clips from governor Bevin on with Leland a little earlier today too. Because he said a few things in there that were very telling just about private schools versus public schools and how they're not for everybody. And there there's there's differing reasons on it. I know there's this always this push poll about private schools, and I've had these conversations over the years. I went to Saint excise go when Saint Stephen martyr elementary school yell. There's tuition went to Saint ex high school. Of course, there's tuition and went to Saint university of Kentucky, and well, there was tuition there too. But it wasn't really Catholic schools an open you've probably heard of it UK who by the way. I didn't watch the end of the game. I know they won last night. But it wasn't a nail biter or not I don't I mean, there was some people on Twitter that made it sound a little more nail biter. But once I saw Tyler hero hit. Three three pointers their find. And he's gonna get a thousand points. I think he did well to we'll talk with Jody Deming who is in Lexington. He's a trinity. Boy, he wasn't gonna miss this. He's gonna do sports more in Lexington today. And then as I mentioned congressman will be on with us. And James Saint James says he's coming back to work. I believe it when.

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"saint university" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:02 min | 2 years ago

"saint university" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Submit don't consent, but Cheney mega lab in nagging day. I know, but sooner or later the size. They're going to go somewhere else. And then there's the threat. Lisa bloom. She is she's a famous attorney her mother is Gloria Allred. The apple the tree right next to each other and good for them because they're acting in good faith on behalf of people who have been mistreated women have been mistreated there. Principally lawyers for women of sure there's there have been some mail clients in the past. Well, I everybody did you did you do. All right this morning. My phone buzzed at five. I heard rush little while you'll saying he slept ten hours and forty six minutes. He did not. He must be back on the drugs is all I can tell you. He didn't sleep ten hours and forty six minutes. He's sixty something years old. He had a p twice. I slept like that old joke about guy goes to the doctor and says how you'd feel I'm doing great doctor. I have a bowel movement every morning at eight. Well, what's your problem? Why he said, well, I don't wake up till nine. See that's a problem. And for Rush Limbaugh to say, he slept ten hours and forty six minutes without a break. He must be sleepwalking or he had an extra bladder inserted somewhere. We're going to get off on these thoughts. Anyway, I slept until five and then I heard my phone. What I didn't. Even look I didn't want to wake up yet as probably having a good dream or something. So then about six I looked over and saw lightning again. And it was something else that came on there. And I stupidly did not turn it face down. I keep a book on my nightstand. I don't read it. But I just keep it there and put the phone face down. So the light doesn't blow me out of my sleep. My slumber. And it's Rene Murphy. And she's letting me know the schools are out, and, you know, make sure that my media contacts are aware that as well. Oh, and then I looked at will Clark's Twitter feed is like he's on its back to sleep. So there you go. I hope your morning went well for you. We have kids in Catholic school. And I thought oh, well, they're they've got regular school. And so then I get up and get married coffee rituals. We do in the morning, and I got Gracie or nice little drink. She likes in the morning. We'll hot drink in the winter on a winter morning. She's all ready for school. She's excited about that. And then there's Aiden he's over there on the couch under a blanket. It's like it's a school day what's happening here. And of course, everybody's fired up about the teachers not being these teachers. Another. They'll ready get three hour in the summer. All that arguing was going on this morning. And of course, it's about politics notes, NAT Carey's pants is about who's on the board. It's about I know it's really it's a it's about politics there. There's a pendulum that swings both ways in politics. And so people are pushing back in if they feel like that's their their right to do that good for you. I don't know if that hurts or hinders your career, but that's on you, again choices. That's how that works. Anyway, my kid is still under the blanket over there on the couch. Although I guess we'd better poke him and tell him guess what? It's only Wednesday. It's not Saturday poke, and it looks something goes off school today. Last time, I checked trinity high school wasn't a public school. We're we're in the Sweet Sixteen you get off school for. So here we are all arguing about teachers and hell dare you not instruct our children and this. Well, some schools let the kids off so they can go to the Sweet Sixteen because well basketball, welcome to Kentucky. That's how we prioritize. Thanks, ian. Do they let schools out when you're Indiana team is in the Sweet Sixteen or whatever they call it in Indiana. They don't because all those games take place on the weekend. And then I heard that if trinity school wins today he's off school again on Friday. I mean, that's astounding to me. Well, what happens on you seem seem to be a little deficient over in this category in this category. Well, you know basketball. I mean, we had to go and cheer basketball seriously that is Kentucky. So we prioritize things on our own ways in this world. But that is a fact I am not making this up that actually occurred in my home this morning, and I checked with eight a little while ago referenda, and I said, how's it going? Fifty five to twenty three looks like I'm off school on Friday to. So they're beating the snot out of somebody in the Sweet Sixteen tournament. Glad you're aboard. Ladies, gentlemen. Congressman Brett Guthrie joins us a little bit later on show and also wanna play some clips from governor Bevin on with Leland a little earlier today too. Because he said a few things in there that were very telling just about private schools versus public schools and how they're not for everybody. And there there's there's differing reasons on it. I know there's always this push pull about private schools, and I've had these conversations over the years. I went to Saint Saint Stephen martyr elementary school. What to say next high school courses tuition? I went to Saint university of Kentucky, and well, there was tuition there too. But it wasn't really Catholic schools an open you've probably heard of UK who by the way. I didn't watch the end of the game. I know they won last night. But it wasn't a nail biter or not. I know. I mean, there was some people on Twitter that made it sound a little more nail biter. But once I saw Tyler hero hit like three three pointers there. Refined and he's going to have thousand points. I think he did well to we'll talk with Jody Deming who is in Lexington. He's a trinity. Boy, he wasn't gonna miss. This is going to do sports over in Lexington today. And then as I mentioned congressman be on with us and James Saint James says he's coming back to work. I believe it when I.

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"saint university" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:54 min | 3 years ago

"saint university" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"On that hit from the Rams. I think it was a cornerback who clearly not the saints receiver out long before the ball got there. And that would have changed everything should have changed everything. So anyway game make excuses when it's all over. But I have enjoyed those means using Sandra Bullock from bird box with her blindfold on talking about as though she's a referee. Which leads me to this. There's so many people that are so strange on social media, which we all saw again over the weekend. I'm getting to that that they don't read things they don't pay attention. I put up a mean, I saw on NFL names of Sandra. Bullock, one person's reply was would use a woman referee. I mean, even have any women refereeing in the playoff in the championship games. Yeah. Okay. Betty friedan. It's not about that. It's a it's a joke about people missing calls, but see everybody internalizes everything to their own emotional need. And that's why we're in the dumpster fire of society that we are. Now, this whole thing about these Covington Catholic kids is so overblown by understaffed media. The social media started the ball rolling down the hill. But. But then the traditional mainstream media picks it up and starts beating the drum literally in this case. And then we all are given the wrong message. And then suddenly everybody sees it only through one prism, and it's complete insanity is so Irie sponsor of the media companies to do this. But it's where we are. What's happened over the last twenty years, just like every other business over at the car plants in the produce place in the milk company over there in the banking community and everybody else would have they done. They've pared down the number of jobs. Did we gotta get rid of a some more people? It's a riff reduction in force it did it did what does it leave you with a skeleton crew working in every newsroom in America? I can't speak for the produce place or the Bank. But I know those things happen there. But I know media, what are you have on the weekends working in media? A bunch of twenty two year olds who are fresh out of school, underpaid and under informed. We have a lot of kids at work in the media here locally, they have no idea who Jerry Abramson is does that give you an idea of just how far back. There's no knowledge. There's none whatsoever. They wouldn't have any idea that this used to be Jefferson County and the city of Louisville. There's a merger. Well, that's some years ago now. Yeah. But I know we have Google do we have do you have any sense of learning anything over these years? Not for a lot of the people that are working in newsrooms over the weekend. That's where you put all the people who are new to the payroll, and they see a story like this on social media. And there's a lot of lazy journalism that goes on somebody says, oh look at this post edited. Oh, here's another one. I've got two people complaining therefore, I can use the word. Is there really? Or is it somebody who was with a group of native Americans who posted something that was way out of context did not give the wide view the picture of everything that went on. But lazy twenty two year olds newsroom. See a couple of things on Facebook, or Snapchat or Instagram. And then suddenly this becomes the theme of America's weekend until the football game. Start these punk kids it Covington Catholic. Now, I know there's a lot of bias against Catholic schools. I grew up and went to Saint Stephen mortar. I went to Saint ex high school I paid my way through cenex high school. Then I went to Saint university of Kentucky. Oh, wait that wasn't a Catholic school. But I heard plenty about that. When I got to UK just because I was the first time I've ever sort of taken aback by that that some people are put off by the notion that people don't go to public schools, and obviously we all have those choices in our lives. Some people choose to have a house at the lake in a boat and other people choose to spend their money on private school tuition because they're they're drawn by their religion. They think that a faith-based education's important, so they invest in that or take loans in that or whatever it is their choices, but this whole chasm between public school and private school is deeper than you think. And it's part of this story as well. Because their privileged white males, the most vile evil creatures on the earth. Better step back a little bit on that people. Airlangga contributions that come with society by the service provided by schools all across America, private and public school kids who do all kinds of things. And so I don't need to go into the whole well of all the different things that these schools provide, but what the newsrooms of America provided over the weekend was an unfair and unbalanced and not impartial and not objective view of something that took place in DC that first voice you heard pop-up belong to the guy from the black. Hebrew, Israelites who was calling those kids. Faggots incest baby's future school shooters. He pointed to a priest who was standing out on that plaza and called him a child molesting faggot. All this was going on long before you saw the thing where the native Americans came up that same guy. From the black. Hebrew, Israelites was calling the native Americans. That's a little part. I played right there. Uncle tom. But he turned it into a Tomahawk a talking to them about how they're savages and all this other stuff. Well, this is a regular group of protesters in DC who say outrageous things, and they are absolutely homophobic, slurs or Biblically based and it's all about hating on homosexual activity and anyone who's not like them. They think that their descendants of Moses and Israel in the Israelites. It's very it's a very long. Drawn out thing, but the newsroom's should have at least dug into a little bit more instead of the twenty two year old working at a news desk, alone, and ran reading Snapchat. I should have done something or call a reporter or someone else to start digging and building a real story based on a wider view. That's where we are in our media. I wanna talk more about this throughout the course of the show. But that's our problem in the media that that's what happened obviously the ramifications involving all the people involved here. The native American Nathan Phillips. The whoever that guy is from the black Hebrew Israelites and his compatriots who by the way were approached by other African American standing around saying, hey. He says that that priest who standing and to African roller is actually a native American and African American who both are coming up. Hey do. Hey, no. You can't say that. But you have to watch those videos all the way through it's it's it's disgusting in so many ways that that this is where we are in American people immediately, say total. Okay. Those tubes weird. Trump hoops, I don't know. I've seen a lot of shirts that say f-trump go on Amazon and look that up. See how many of those are for sale. And if you think it just started with Trump, Google f George Bush shirts war seem to be a lot of those. I thought we love the Bush family. We just buried George H W Bush and everybody was heaping praise on the bushes will wait a minute. Apparently. That's not the case. So this is a lot deeper than people want to make it. They're trying to push off and say, those kids did this or these people did that or whatever this thing where we're all in a cage match and MMA cage match is gonna kill us all unless we figure out how to stop it. I heart radio has given wonks.

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"saint university" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"saint university" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"That's fine. But like my thing is that wasn't for me. Like if I was going to be in school for seven years, I need to be getting a doctor because I'd say you're in a PHD. Yeah. And maybe for that person at that point. Maybe they had drifted off. And then they came back to school. And maybe that was a big deal. But for me seven years wasn't in alignment with what I wanna do. Did you know what you wanted to do at that time other than get out of there? No. I just wanted to get. Okay. Likes sense. Yeah. That was good enough at the time because my job was to get to go with my girlfriend Gill my friends at Saint university. Because that's what everybody else was doing. And I felt like because in high school. I was on the same tracks everybody. Right. Like, right. Herb it was equal. Yeah. Then once I didn't get accepted into college at one kind of fell behind that. Once I realized that like everybody else in these four year with these things going on. I felt like I was kind of an outsider. Yeah. Yeah. I got home would you ever worried like crap actually is going to find somebody else? I'm at this junior college. She's at this other place. It wasn't necessarily that. I thought was in find somebody else. But it was like I wanted to be a better version of myself for her initially, and which is now carried over another things share that makes sense. I would be freaking out if my girlfriend was at a four year college a bunch of people that were like had worked harder than me. That would be that would keep me up at night too. Because they got there, and I had and I would imagine at some point. You looked around went, wait. These are not my peers, I can do better than this. Exactly. Yeah. Yeah. And it's not like, I'm not hating on people that go to junior college. Of course, not because it got me to where I wanted to go. But what I needed to know is that this was a time in my life where I needed to take ownership that I had failed to get to where I wanted to get to and I need to put in the work to get there. Yeah. And and the people around me there was some of them. There are not saying there's other ones that were just kind of drifting. And that's okay. But I didn't want to be in that category. Yeah. You you for the first time because you're in high school, or when you're in the first situation, you can kind of lie to yourself and go I'm in the. Same class with all these overachievers. But then once they get selected over here. And you get de-selected you're like, oh, wait a minute. Yeah. This is the wakeup call where I can no longer convince myself that this guy who works this heart in me, or in the basically in the same place. You're not like the fates slash admissions committee has decided that you don't make the cut and they do that. And you know, I learned a really valuable lesson. They're writing get accepted once to twice what I learned a really valuable lesson that initial something. I hope someone could take away is that a graduate from high school. And I go to junior college, and I really put in the work. I mean, I I was working fulltime studying Harto's getting great gates. I was really putting together because I need to get a certain GPA that then basically after tears junior college offsets your high school. It's no longer. They don't look your high school transcripts anymore. Share the problem was up until that point. Even if I got a four point oh junior college. These still looked at my high school transcript because I hadn't gotten two years of credits in. So I worked really hard for like. Six months, I applied again, I I didn't get into Santa Clara. And it was a really valuable lesson for me that six months of hard work can't make up for four years of lack of hard work..

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