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The Addicted Mind Podcast
"san diego state university" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast
"Life. And especially if they're facing frustrations in their own childhood around impulse control or learning issues and stuff like that, that probably even compounds on that as well. Yeah, and the generational aspect as well, I've worked a lot mentoring individuals with substance use disorder in my community. And thinking about there's one individual that comes to my mind whose both his parents were alcoholics, I met him when he was incarcerated. He is an alcoholic, all of his troubles in his life have been related to alcohol or drugs in some capacity, was never diagnosed with FASD, but probably could get a diagnosis if he pursued one. And just thinking like, if you had known this sooner, if you had gotten the diagnosis sooner, how could that have changed, you know, the outlook or the outcome of your life, getting that treatment or that early intervention and not ending up in jail or prison, like, you know, multiple other generations of his family. So that's an aspect there as well to consider. Yeah, definitely. Well, that kind of brings us to that next topic. I want to talk to you about, which is what you've launched recently, brain and the first of its kind online FASD screening tool that assesses cognitive and behavioral features associated with FASD. That's pretty exciting. I was checking, I haven't done the test myself, which I want to do. But I was seeing that you guys just launched that. And can you talk more about that? Because that's pretty cool. Yeah, it is very, very exciting. We are the first affiliate in the country to be able to have that screening tool accessible online. And so we have been getting people from, you don't have to live in Indiana to take that screen or anywhere around the country. You can go to our website and access that screening tool. So the brain online screening tool was set up by San Diego state university for behavioral territory. And so what that means is they're researching birth defects or abnormalities and psychological development to see how that is impacting individuals as they grow up. So either youth or adults can take the screener a parent can take it for a child that's totally fine. It takes about an hour to complete. So it is not like a quick little ten question you get into immediate result type of thing. This is really an in depth look at some of those symptoms or behaviors that can be associated with FASD. So about an hour to complete and then that gets sent to the researchers at San Diego state. And they will come back to you. So they're not only using this information, like you're participating in a research study by doing this, right? You're like, this is my information. These are my symptoms. But they will come back to you in a couple of weeks. It depends on the volume of responses they get with a report that will assess your likelihood of an FASD. So that's not an official diagnosis. But that is a tool that you can use to help you and actually I just had a conversation with a parent this morning asking what to do because her doctor or child doctor wouldn't even consider FASD. It was just ADHD, ADHD, everything's ADHD. Right. So I said, take the screener, see what they come back with, you know, if they say FASD is likely, then you have something tangible to hand to your healthcare provider and say, you know, I took the screener from San Diego state university and this is what their assessment showed. So it does take them a little bit to get back to you, but it is free. And that's reviewed by professionals in the field that are experienced and working with FASD. So we're really, really proud to be able to offer that online. And it's a great opportunity for individuals that are curious and learning more about their own brain or if they could have had prenatal alcohol exposure, maybe didn't know. There's some individuals that were adopted and don't know what their environment was like hard to being adopted. So a great tool, free of charge, available on our website. That's awesome. And so they're taking this data to learn more about this. They're studying this and I'd encourage everybody to participate if you think this is an issue because the more data we have, the more we know what to do, we understand it better. So that's really awesome that you guys are launching that. Yeah, we're really excited to be able to partner with them and make that accessible not only just to our Indiana residents that anybody. Anyone can take that. Right. So I have one more question to ask. So you have this knowledge now that alcohol is a serious issue, how can you support this cause? How can you bring this information to others? What if you know somebody who's actually drinking white pregnant? How do you handle that? What are some advice on going forward? Yeah, so the number one thing I want to say is the prevention aspect, right? So now that everyone listening knows, there's no amount or type of alcohol that is safe to consume during pregnancy. You know, everybody can go tell everyone they know and hopefully the word of mouth spreads the right news. For individuals that may have someone in their life that is pregnant and consuming alcohol, that's going to be a hard conversation. I'm not going to lie. But coming at it, not in an accusatory way. There's a lot of stigma that occurs with pregnant people and not wanting to disclose that they're drinking or doing drugs, but encouraging that individual to talk to their healthcare provider and get the resources that they need to not consume those substances during pregnancy for the health of the child. As far as people that are out there and wondering, maybe I have FASD or maybe my child has FASD, there are affiliates for FASD in most states. So you can look up your state affiliate and connect with them and see if they can help you reach out to some more local resources. There's a national organization called FASD united. They have a family navigator paid staff person that you can contact and say I live in Chicago and I need help finding resources and she will send you a list of what exists in that area that could help meet your needs. So that's a great resource as well. If your state doesn't have an affiliate or if you just want to go there and get a more direct response from them. Awesome. Thank you so much. So we're at our time here. I usually like to ask every guest one final question. And if anybody's out there listening to this podcast and you could say one thing to them about this issue, what
"san diego state university" Discussed on WCPT 820
"As well as almost 8000 flights were delayed within into or out of the U.S. according to flight aware. The trial of Alex Murdoch is adjourned until Monday morning, Murdoch admits he lied to police, stole money from clients and was addicted to drugs, but insists he didn't kill his wife, Maggie, and son Paul. He blamed most of his actions on his drug addiction, Murdoch a once prominent lawyer worth over a $1 million faces 30 years to life in prison without parole if convicted. Warrants used in the investigation into allegations of gang rape against former San Diego state university football players have been unsealed. Eddie mcavoy has more. The warrens sought to obtain electronic data from several companies, including Google, T mobile, and Instagram from the former football players, including all American punter, Matt ariza, Nolan Iwo liko, and Xavier Leonard. The warrants do highlight inconsistencies in the narrative between the victim, her friends and others, but confirm the victim appeared bloody, bruised, and disheveled when she left the off campus party. Despite months of investigating the San Diego county DA's office decided not to pursue criminal charges. And a group of news organizations is asking House speaker Kevin McCarthy to share the thousands of hours of security footage from January 6th, the request comes after Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson said he was given access to over 44,000 hours of video from the capitol attack. I'm Jim Forbes. Jonas
The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"san diego state university" Discussed on The La Jolla Cosmetic Podcast
"It's not just knowing how to do the treatment, how to do the treatment on that particular patient to achieve the goal. But how the technology really works in the first place, and I overheard you talking about it one time we were doing a video or something. And it's really complicated. The wavelengths and so knowing how they work and knowing how to work them safely for every patient day in and day out and how to evaluate because, like you say, new ones are coming all the time. And I'm sure they want, you know, they come in front of you and say, buy my device the best thing ever, but knowing how to read kind of the studies, right? I'm sure you look at studies and scientific papers of what's really happening with these. Yeah, and we do new treatments, devices come out and run it. And I'm looking at so many things besides just what the salesperson is telling me, I'm looking at the device itself, is it a quality device, is it made well? Is it going to need a lot of repairs? Is it going to provide a consistent result that I can depend upon for my patients? I will only recommend treatments that I know produce a consistent, reliable result. I think that's really important. Give me confidence to provider that I'm recommending a treatment that's tried and true. So a lot of things go into the decision making process when choosing those. Yeah. Now, tell me about your educational path and where you trained. So I did nursing school at San Diego state university, so I am a local sandy Egan, never left. I've been to a lot of places and I must say I'm always happy to come home to San Diego, even if they're nice places.
The Officer Tatum Show
"san diego state university" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"Let me get back into the situation that I was speaking about. I got to reread this article. I was reading a little bit, but I guess it's so confusing. Because it's so crazy that a professor, a San Diego state university professor was removed for saying the N word back in his classroom teaching on offense offense offensive phobia, which is a thing. And according to some of the things, I got to read this 'cause I'm confused. I don't know if he's a good guy or a bad guy, but according to something that I read, it seems like he believes that there are certain things in the educational atmosphere that are so offensive that they deemed its prohibition. Meaning that things should be prohibited from saying because it's so offensive, even though it's truth, even though it's a part of the educational system. Somehow he ended up getting fired, or at least temporarily let go. Because he used the N word and other offensive languages, or other words in the English language that are offensive. And so I got to reread this to make sure I'm reading it right, but it sound like when going woke goes wrong and you got some idiot that's teaching people that they should be offended then somebody end up getting offended by some of these. I could be wrong, so let me fix that before our go too deep in that conversation. I only get some callers in, got people on the line. What is that? 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three 8 four four 9 zero zero 7 two four three. I got to see who was waiting along this. I can't see the numbers. I'm going to go we can from Chicago, Illinois. Welcome to the off state of show. Thank you, all the Tatum. I just wanted to bring up this subject. See what you think about it.
Red, Blue, and Brady
"san diego state university" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady
"Even after those calls, that conversation never took place. It was very taboo. So to see these things moving, progressing forward is really good. It's a really good thing that we see a lot of agencies stepping off into that. Part of the problem is that, you know, a lot of us, as police officers, you know, we struggle with wounds. They're called unforeseen wounds. Something that visually a lot of people can't see, that we carry in our heart in the recesses of our mind and, you know, we have to be more open as a society to realize that, yes, police officers have a lot of problems. Also, as well as firefighters, as well as other professions and the more that we can talk about them, the healthier we are going to become. And especially, I'm going to talk about police officers since I was there for 41 and a half years. It's so easy for us to hide those wounds. Because we want to appear very strong in front of other people, our peers, our family, the public that we're dealing with. But we are like everybody else also. You know, we feel pain. We struggle and we have a hard time and I think as police officers, I think it's important for us to reach out to our friends who are on the force. And if not friends, therapists. So that we could get the help that we need. I gave a presentation with a colleague of mine from San Diego state university, a professor named Brian spitzberg. And we were looking at the numbers 300 and accurate number for police suicides and at Steve H knows that number varies in terms of the reporting.
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"san diego state university" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"You can access at some online So our students basically being told hey you know I know you might have planned to go to the library to do some research or some studying Is that off limits right now It is for the next two weeks So we've done a two week pause just to see where we end up with a con We were hearing from a lot of folks that they had personally been impacted by it And so we felt that we needed to be ultra careful This first two weeks And we knew there wouldn't be a lot of students on campus anyway And so what's the outlook going beyond that two weeks Is there any consideration about how this may impact spring semester That's a great question and one that we're all trying to figure out how to answer with absolutely no way to predict the future But we are hopeful We're certainly following daily all of the information that's out there We're hoping we're hoping again for our reopening as of the first week of February for our district is when the spring classes start But we will watch the enrollments And make sure that we have classes open for students as much as possible And speaking of enrollment how has that been impacted since you had some classes in the fall Obviously still a lot online How is enrollment been Enrollment is starting to recover Although in talking to our students they're primarily concerned about money right now You know just making sure that they're stable enough to pay their tuition and be able to keep their jobs while they're taking classes And so a lot of students told us they were delaying their enrollments until January So another reason we want to make sure we have robust services to help students when they come back But spring enrollment is looking okay We certainly will take all students at one to enroll but a little bit slow at the moment But again we think that's because students are trying to get a handle on just making sure their lives are stable enough to move forward That's doctor Pamela Lester president of San Diego mesa college Also this week San Diego state university announced it will start the spring semester online amid rising COVID cases in the county Those classes will be held virtually for at least the first two weeks despite classes being online The campus will remain open during that time in sds you hopes to resume in person.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
"san diego state university" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"This is the bean or AB of San Diego state university. So here's an offer. I want you to know Monica caspar. How about a debate? On those charges. I'll come to San Diego state, and I will raise thousands of dollars. For you or any charity you want. If your charity is Black Lives Matter will give to it. You can choose the moderator. You choose the time you choose the venue. You can choose the audience. Folks, it will never be taken up. They never debate on the left. They smear. Any communist leaders ever debate? They don't debate, they suppress. This is an amazing thing, isn't it? Power good. For a left wingard to accuse conservatives of wanting power. We want to reduce government thereby reduce our power. It's just a total lie. The woman lives in a make believe world. Some of you have kids at San Diego state, write a letter. Favorite left wing charity Dennis prager will raise thousands of dollars. Name the sum. And I will come to San Diego state to debate this woman. Just heard one statement that the rights agenda is racism good abortion bad money good women bad women bad. Women bad. Well, she's a bad woman, but it doesn't mean women are bad. Capitalism good. That's right. That's true. Capitalism, if you care about the poor, you love capitalism. It is the only thing that has lifted billions of people out of poverty. Sustainability bad. What a sustainable sustainability is green energy. Are you for nuclear power? Monica caspar? You want sustainability? You want to, you want to power society without fossil fuel? There's a very safe, clean answer. Nuclear power. Stupidity good science bad. Like to know how exactly that came in. Science bad. That's the biff. We bring to you 17,000 scientists who were opposed to lockdowns, and were called anti science. How many scientists did they get to say that it was okay to demonstrate? Against racism without a mask, remember that? Because fighting racism is a health is a healthy thing to do. All right, my Friends, we shall return in a moment. I have a remarkable guest from Holland. The Dennis.
"san diego state university" Discussed on WTOP
"Northeast D.C. brought to you by dulles glass for all your glass mirror and shower door needs visit dulles glass dot com Dulles glass love your glass 5 50 The Washington spirit won the national women's soccer league title last weekend Now people are clamoring for a parade to celebrate Even the mayor is now weighing in I'm excited about the signal it sends to little girls all over Washington D.C. who are participating in soccer I believe at increasing numbers near Bowser saying she would love to have a parade and she wants to start talking about it To that end the team tells wtp they are working with city officials on a celebration of their victory but details on the parade's location and date are not available quite yet We do have a clue though On their Facebook page after the championship the team said they'd wait till the start of the next season for a parade The season typically begins in the spring Shane esculin WTO news The holiday shopping season has kicked off We are not seeing as deep discounts as we used to get It's really kind of the kick-off of the holiday shopping season Neuro COVID is a marketing professor at San Diego state university and cofounder of bottom line marketing He says it will still be a major shopping event And this year there's gonna be more more in person shopping over the weekend and as far as those Black Friday door buster events go kopit says they'll be available throughout the day So fewer people will be lining up right after their Thanksgiving dinner to get first crack at the deals Reporter Richard Allen in San Diego Postal workers are gearing up for the holiday rush Steven Doherty with the postal service says they're more than ready this year Last year was a wake-up call for us Again the parcel volumes were Fabian what anybody expected last year And we weren't prepared for that This year we know what to expect But we know that it's going to be another record season for packages and we have all of the infrastructure in place and we're putting everything in place to make sure we can do that successfully The postal service and private shippers UPS and FedEx are bringing in nearly a quarter million temporary workers to ensure they don't become overwhelmed by packages as they did last year 5 52 it's one of the weekend's many big hits and now it comes in as the biggest The Weeknd's song blinding lights has officially become the biggest billboard single of all time.
"san diego state university" Discussed on The Falcoholic
"You know that type of wrote a rover that's gone. That's i think that's actually what i used on the last time we talked about this. But you know that rover you know you move him all around the place because you can do a couple of different things right. Maybe not one thing exceptionally well But you can use them in a lot of different ways. And i think dean will have some type of role in that aspect. Probably not a set position. But i think you'll have some type of role in that aspect where he'll just be moved around a lot and it'll be a couple guys at slop in and out and does not the worst thing in the world. No and i think your point about his draft position in the hype is so poignant. I it's i think that's a big part of it. The fact that he was taken in the second round. And i remember even the at the time the alcohol at we were hearing murmurs that he could have been. Potentially the falcons first round pick in two thousand eighteen. of course. i didn't turn out that way when they got him in. The second round of people like aw man like you noted that he's a steal this guy is gonna be a starter and lot people really big on his upside and i think this is where the hype is carried over into his career. And it's not fair to the player. Had they drafted someone like him in the fifth round. I feel like you'd be looking his career and saying oh yeah yeah we're we're getting decent value for him instead i think it's that the hype in the draft positions such a great point. All right to the rookies. The falcons drafted to this year. And this is. I think really interesting one. They clearly drafted for special teams and the other one were starting to hear that. He's showing up more and more camp talk about him. I in that is darren hall San diego state university. He is someone that Silver scouts at alchoholic eric robinson wrote a piece on him They really like what they see all the time. I think If i remember He's he's got a ton of experience Playing in college He is someone that fights through the receivers hands so he's really good at getting that ball out and his ball hawk. He's got the tag sort of as part of his career..
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"san diego state university" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I know thank you so much for having me on the call. That's emerald there in new hampshire and you can dial into the numbers six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty. I wish i had thought about. I mean if. She's a native new hampshire native. I wish i'd asked her what. Her thoughts on secession. Were i'll shoot. I know what. I thought i took the call this segment and then it just went right out of my my. I thought about it way too late. Yeah well i just think like this study is over. All of america doesn't really factor in a lot of things and then this when color. She is in new hampshire native went to catholic school here. I don't really think that either one of those people are going to have the answer. Well we are just talking about individuals here when somebody calls in. But according to let's see here. Gene and twins psychology professor at san diego state university. She wrote a book called. I gen and she knows. The young adults are on track to have fewer sex partners than the members of the preceding two generations according to the numbers not only are the people in their early twenty s two and a half times as likely to be abstinent as gen. Xers were at that age. Fifteen percent of people in their early twenties report having had no sex since they reached adulthood. So not just as their high school years but also as they are in their early twenties not having any sex whatsoever. Total estes. That seems about right though. I mean they're probably fifteen percent of the people. I was in college with. Were probably not having sex. Actually as it turns out gen xers. Baby boomers are also having less sex. Today than previous generations did at their ages malate ninety two thousand fourteen twins found. According to the general social survey the average adult went from having sex sixty two times a year to fifty four times a year. So even people who are in their forties and fifties about millennials is addressed. Everyone except millennials. Another talking about jackson or they they were talking about millennials earlier. What would continue here if you want to share your thoughts six three two eight three sixty one sixty. It's free talk live. It's free talk. Live the number.
"san diego state university" Discussed on No Agenda
"The fourth wall. Whatever you wanna call this is. This is beyond the boarder lines is pathetic that they have to do. That's how hard to. Cnn is failing. Yes i'm surpri- have they keep this duck sucker guy in is beyond me because because they just had the big mergers come in you know they wanna keep everything stable. They want to move people in an op. Ed there's a lot of politics going on internally. I think everything is says true and Yeah it was a good cat. That's a great catch by the way the fact finding this ridiculous in And they also you know if you really doing this as as journalistic piece which does not solve is just what you said you. Wouldn't you say some like was interesting. The republicans are taking the but was it interesting that the democrats all said all the big shot. Democrats biden and the restaurants that they wouldn't take the shot themselves during the republican administration. Maybe it's just the republicans thinking the same way. Well i think. Cnn has a strategy for their For their sales call on the pharmaceutical industry. It's very clear the messages you need to advertise on our channel. They need to advertise to republicans. That's what they're saying and to accentuate. Now this. this is where the evilness comes in to accentuate. What they're talking about that whole channel. And i i just picked up just one. One example is filled with hate towards republicans in regard to a vaccination coverage thing. Why but that's the point is if you're talking about Creating mass hysteria or maybe we should call meant aside. Because that's what i think is going on here. You know you. You need to show that there's an enemy there's really really bad people and it's the mechanism for trump is still there. Never it hasn't gone magically so you you can say trump is the reason and people flip out but you know that's whether they will call baseless or without evidence in fact quite the contrary so then now it's just republicans and it triggers the same thing. He's jim acosta now. he's just reading a script. But i'm sure he wrote it. Listen to how he politicises this shit as the delta variant is raging across the us nation remains divided between states fighting the virus and states. Fighting science states led by politicians. Know better case. In point. Florida florida's republican governor. Rhonda's santa's barring school districts in the state from enacting mask mandates never mind that conservatives tend to support local control over their schools. That's only part of the problem. The problem is that florida has been one of the leaders in the us in cova cases just as kids too young to be vaccinated are heading back to the classroom. The delta variant is slamming states where vaccination rates are lagging behind much of the country. The map is very clear there. One of those delta hotspots missouri. Where senator josh. Holly has been going after the bite administration for requiring vaccinations for federal employees. He seemed okay with fear and intimidation on january. Sixth goal. But i saw trigger. Holly understood all of the vaccine. He's already gotten his the big reason for vaccines for federal employees. Of course is that vaccination rates are too low to end the pandemic in this country. We are now dealing with the consequences of our actions the virus mutated into the delta variant which is now unleashing misery over the. Us hospitals are filling up the number of dead rising again so yes governments corporations. They're requiring vaccinations and yes. Some local leaders are calling on masks to return so kids can safely go back to school so we can prevent more lockdowns as this pandemic grinds on our top scientists warned the virus could mutate into other variants. Dr anthony foul says the next variant could be more contagious and more lethal to just continue. So this is it's not gonna convince any anyone to to now accept this vaccination but it builds on the fear. Nbc is subtle and it and it had to listen to this clip three times before. I figured out how subtle it really is. This is lester holt. Fifty six percent of grownups have gotten that one shot grown up. Exactly exactly tonight if you really if you really really wanna talk republican and freedom loving americans and if you wanna give a real good example of the kinds of people who are super spreading there is nothing quite like the sturgis biker. Rally my friends. Let's go back to last year. Twenty twenty this is the report from cbs. There's a twelve billion dollar price tag that has been pegged to the impact of an fallout from that sturgis motorcycle. Rally that you hosted in your state in august. It is blamed for seeding the entire midwest outbreak that hit a late summer through the fall. Do you take personal responsibility for that. That is completely false information. That is the san diego state university study and it is not based on facts. We tracked of the people that came to the rally had states report back to us cases that came from that rally It was less than one hundred cases that we could track to that and we did testing in that community and throughout the area for weeks after so that was the big super spreader. Event sturgis valley in rally and now in twenty twenty one even cnn. Can't lie the way that lie was just Portrayed tears their report of what happened in. Twenty twenty after sturgis four hundred sixty thousand people hailing from all corners of the us attended last year's rally in a recent study cdc researchers said at least four hundred and sixty three primary cases including one death recorded within two weeks of the ten day tradition and another one hundred and eighty six identified as secondary contact cases. Were reported as far as florida and main contacts. Okay so wasn't all that bad but that doesn't stop. Cbs this year. More than half. A million bikers are expected to ride into the small town of sturgis. South dakota over the next ten days as the delta burien rips through the nation decides the bikes and beers most are here for something. Many americans can probably relate tired of living in state at home. We're ready to go gustaf for morgan. Jackie boga biwa. May find exactly what they're looking for it here. No mask requirements no vaccination requirements hardly any signs that the country is still battling pandemic. They're coming from pretty much. Every state in the nation and this wireless Does not discriminate. You're setting the stage for something like a super spreader obama care's guy just some guy. It doesn't matter what that guy is. In fact it doesn't matter your dishes the dishes the best by the way and you as you continue these Everyone should know this. Dare slamming hallway because he did the effort missouri because he's he's outspoken anything's binds dip shit And they're slamming florida because the santos is a potential candidate for president and they got us. A small article is all corners and there. Yeah and they're slamming texas for reasons unknown to me because i think they're trying to turn texas blue and they want to get that idiot Beta oh back in the play as hey. They're serious on got nothing. On that and that woman governor gnome she is teflon and so they just say. Try to throw stuff at her they. Just keep her out of the mix. So it's florida missouri and texas and they never mentioned south dakota.
"san diego state university" Discussed on No Agenda
"The fourth wall. Whatever you wanna call this is. This is beyond the boarder lines is pathetic that they have to do. That's how hard to. Cnn is failing. Yes and i'm surpri- have they keep duck sucker guy in is beyond me because because they just had the big mergers come in you know they wanna keep everything stable they want to move people in an op. Ed there's a lot of politics going on internally. I think everything is says true and Yeah it was a good cat. That's a great catch by the way the fact finding this ridiculous in And they also you know if you really doing this as journalistic piece which does not solve is just what you said you. Wouldn't you say some like was interesting. The republicans are taking the but was it interesting that the democrats all said all the big shot. Democrats biden and the restaurants that they wouldn't take the shot themselves during the republican administration. Maybe it's just the republicans thinking the same way. Well i think. Cnn has a strategy for their For their sales call on the pharmaceutical industry. It's very clear the messages you need to advertise on our channel. They need to advertise to republicans. That's what they're saying and to accentuate. Now this. this is where the evilness comes in to accentuate. What they're talking about that whole channel. And i i just picked up just one. One example is filled with hate towards republicans in regard to vaccination coverage thing. Why but that's the point is if you're talking about Creating mass hysteria or maybe we should call meant aside. Because that's what i think is going on here. You know you. You need to show that there's an enemy there's really really bad people and it's the mechanism for trump is still there. Never it hasn't gone magically so you you can say trump is the reason and people flip out but you know that's whether they will call baseless or without evidence in fact quite the contrary so then now it's just republicans and it triggers the same thing. He's jim acosta now. he's just reading a script. But i'm sure he wrote it. Listen to how he politicises this shit as the delta variant is raging across the us nation remains divided between states fighting the virus and states. Fighting science states led by politicians. Know better case. In point. Florida florida's republican governor. Rhonda's santa's barring school districts in the state from enacting mask mandates never mind that conservatives tend to support local control over their schools. That's only part of the problem. The problem is that florida has been one of the leaders in the us in cova cases just as kids too young to be vaccinated are heading back to the classroom. The delta variant is slamming states where vaccination rates are lagging behind much of the country. The map is very clear there. One of those delta hotspots missouri. Where senator josh. Holly has been going after the bite administration for requiring vaccinations for federal employees. He seemed okay with fear and intimidation on january. Sixth the whole. But i saw trigger. Holly understood all of the vaccine. He's already gotten his the big reason for vaccines for federal employees. Of course is that vaccination rates are too low to end the pandemic in this country. We are now dealing with the consequences of our actions the virus mutated into the delta variant which is now unleashing misery over the. Us hospitals are filling up the number of dead rising again so yes governments corporations. They're requiring vaccinations and yes. Some local leaders are calling on masks to return so kids can safely go back to school so we can prevent more lockdowns as this pandemic grinds on our top scientists warned the virus could mutate into other variants. Dr anthony faucher says the next variant could be more contagious and more lethal to just continue. So this is it's not gonna convince any anyone to to now accept this vaccination but it builds on the fear. Nbc is subtle and it and it had to listen to this clip three times before. I figured out how subtle it really is. This is lester holt. Fifty six percent of grownups have gotten that one shot grown up. Exactly exactly tonight if you really if you really really wanna talk republican and freedom loving americans and if you wanna give a real good example of the kinds of people who are super spreading there is nothing quite like the sturgis biker. Rally my friends. Let's go back to last year. Twenty twenty this is the report from cbs. There's a twelve billion dollar price tag that has been pegged to the impact of an fallout from that sturgis motorcycle. Rally that you hosted in your state in august. It is blamed for seeding the entire midwest outbreak that hit a late summer through the fall. Do you take personal responsibility for that. That is completely false information. That is a san diego state university study and it is not based on facts. We tracked of the people that came to the rally had states report back to us cases that came from that rally. It was less than one hundred cases that we could track to that and we did testing in that community and throughout the area for weeks after so that was the big super spreader. Event sturgis valley in rally and now in twenty twenty one. Even cnn can't lie the way that lie was just Portrayed tears their report of what happened in. Twenty twenty after sturgis. Four hundred sixty thousand people hailing from all corners of the us attended last year's rally in a recent study cdc researchers said at least four hundred and sixty three primary cases including one death recorded within two weeks of the ten day tradition and another one hundred and eighty six identified as secondary contact cases. Were reported as far as florida and main contacts. Okay so wasn't all that bad but that doesn't stop. Cbs this year. More than half. A million bikers are expected to ride into the small town of sturgis. South dakota over the next ten days as the delta burien rips through the nation decides the bikes and beers most are here for something. Many americans can probably relate tired of living in state at home. We're ready to go gustaf for that. Morgan jackie boga biwa. May find exactly what they're looking for it here. No mask requirements no vaccination requirements hardly any signs that the country is still battling pandemic. They're coming from pretty much. Every state in the nation and this wireless Does not discriminate. You're setting the stage for something like a super spreader obama care's guy just some guy. It doesn't matter who that guy is in fact. It doesn't matter your dishes. The dishes the best by the way and you as you continue these Everyone should know this dare slamming hallway because he did the effort missouri because he's he's outspoken anything's binds dip shit And they're slamming florida because the santos is a potential candidate for president and they got us a small particle as all corners. And there. yeah. And they're slamming texas for reasons unknown to me because i think they're trying to turn texas blue and they want to get that idiot Beta oh back in the play as hey. They're serious on got nothing. On that and that woman governor gnome she is teflon and so they say try to throw stuff at her they. Just keep her out of the mix. So it's florida missouri and texas and they never mentioned south dakota.
Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast
"san diego state university" Discussed on Harvard Kennedy School PolicyCast
"Full stop. That means friendship that means romance and and get what is the fear. Polarity look like right. Now we can talk about in terms of politics but that's way less interesting and what's going on in people's lives look at twenty something you don't have somebody that i worked with some gene gene twenty. She's a social San diego state university. She does the best work on this. She is it that people aren't twenty today or something like a third less likely to be in love. The people were when you. And i are twice. That they're odd fifty percent less likely to be married also less likely be cohabitating or even having less sex twice and they were so that's less love and that means less happiness you also find that we have is wonderful surgeons on the civic murphy who's president biden's of gentleman's also president bobbins soy surgeon general church surgeon general and that murthy has written a book on loneliness racist and epidemic in one of the things he points to is that young people jen's and millennials are disproportionately likely to say no one knows me. Well no the numbers. They have less romance and they have less friendship. We should say that there's less low in their lives. And that's what happens when people are asia creating climate of fear when politicians are saying that. You should be afraid of people. You disagree with that. If you hear something you disagree with disagree politically you should say. Oh i disagree how interesting. Let's have a conversation. Let's debate that is to say i feel unsafe. We people my age of this incredible silent disservice to the wellbeing of people in their twenties by making the more fearful. And that's as far as i'm concerned the worst most dilatoriness manifestation of culture fierce all politics actually going on with young people aren't culture coincidentally you do have a book titled love your enemies and i really was interested in the subtitle. Though which is how decent people can save america from the culture of contempt. And i guess. I just wanted to wrap up by asking you. What is your definition of a decent person. And how do we become decent people. you know. it's i bring that back to what we were just talking about. A vast i was doing primary research for that book renovate as one of the things i wanted to know is what do you think a decent person and sometimes i would hear civil right. You know they're tolerant. And i think that's just complete garbage. You know if. I told you that you know by western iowa civil to each other. You'd say that we need counselling. And if i told you to buy employees or the other they tolerate me. It's an enormous human resource problem on my hands. These are just not high enough standards. Decent people or people who treat other people with love..
"san diego state university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Rick. Thank you for the call and keep me posted on what happens. If you will, please. I would appreciate it. Absolutely crazy. Let's go to those Christy Nome stuff because new stories broke the last couple of days. Really? Yesterday night before last, I think Let me go to some old some old stories from last year, when the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, took place. Headline results are in Colon. They love their Collins. Sturgis Motorcycle rally was a covid super spreader costing billions costing billions. Anyone with a brain could tell you that putting on the gigantic Sturgis motorcycle rally this year would be a bad idea. Now we have a scientific study to affirm this was our worst case scenario. An event that appeared to be accountable for 250,000 cases of Covid 19 at a public cost of $12 billion. This is C because there's there's a study. There is a very important study from the university. It's where San Diego State University in Southern California and I z, a Institute of Labor economics. In fact, I think we have some audio of this, don't we? Michael of the of, uh, what's it called Face The nation on CBS News with Margaret Brennan. And she had South Dakota Governor Christie. No man after this thing, because this Iz, a study came out and said it cost $12 billion and infected the entire Midwest and 250,000 cases. Phony fake news person, Margaret Brennan trying to attack Kristi Noem, a great woman governor. They don't like women. They're just leftists. It sounded like this. There's a $12 billion price tag that has been pegged. To the impact of and fallout from that Sturgis motorcycle rally that you hosted in your state in August. It is blamed for ceding the entire Midwest outbreak that hit I'm not late summer through the fall. Do you take personal responsibility for that? Do you take personal responsibility for that, and the headlines are everywhere. Study links, Sturgis rallied 250,000 coronavirus cases, gnome calls report fiction and they're all attacking her And and all this stuff now, Kristi Nome. What is this February 28th talking to Margaret Brennan on face the Nation CBS News Sunday morning. Well, that is completely false information that is not San Diego State University study. And it is not based on facts. We tracked people that came to the rally. Have states report back to rest cases that came from that rally. It was less than 100 cases that we could track to that and we did testing in that community and throughout the area for weeks after And for weeks after Christina and you see Margaret better it's us San Diego State yet Well, the authoritative San Diego State University. I guess we can't question that. I have a brother and a nephew that both went to San Diego State. I went to both their graduations at San Diego State. Lovely campus. Christy Nome. Listen, what we did was allow people to make decisions for themselves. We gave them all the information on this virus, how to protect their health. And then we allowed them to make decisions on what they would do. Uh huh. Now, here's the Here's the thing. Um, After all the big headlines and all this stuff, there is a new study out. That's right. A new study not from San Diego State University, which is apparently the authority on these matters, But from Oxford University in Great Britain, the UK, England they have accents. Liberals believe them. More readily because they have accents and they don't like America. Oxford STUDY 2020 Sturgis Rally tied to more than 400 Covid 19 cases across 30 States one death What? I'm sorry, but it was 250,000 cases. It's seated the entire Midwest across the economy $12 billion. It did nothing of the kind. It was all a lie Now. On Monday, Kristi Noem held a press conference and was asked about this. And I was giving a little update with the Oxford study that the media has studiously ignored. We're talking about the Sturgis bike rally, and that has been labeled for.
AM 970 The Answer
"san diego state university" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Wow, that was a lot, but I just wanted to get that in there. Like I said, I hope everybody was taking note giving up driving a car, but I'm going to ride a bike. It's a lot less than financing is a lot less complex. I think I hope it's a lot easier to ride the bus boy Nicole. I mean, it's so complicated. You know, you know the crazy thing the call I picked up at least from somebody else. I know the guy he was going out of business, so I took this is least over and they charge a contract fee. They crossed his name out. Put my name on course we think cost me cost him $450. And then when I went to go register the car, which the taxes you already paid the D M V said, Guess what? You got to pay taxes on $1800. How? When why, he says You just You just registered her? Yeah, I said you gotta be kidding me. Didn't And when you were saying about the buyout, I figured what the car was worth. It was a traverse It was it was a traverse 12. And it had no heated mirrors. No electronic review mirror. Uh, no Heated seats caught Materia. I looked online. I'd cause and they were $3000 cheaper with Les Miles. Wow, That's what I'm that's my point. That's the point. That is the point that residual is huge. My daughter went to go college in California, San Diego State University, and she leased a car and had a year left on the lease when she was finished with school. And we ended up having to do a deal with somebody who was a little slim shady and she cost her money. You know, at the end of the day, the card to get returned, but it cost my daughter like three months of the lease. So so cold. So what do you want that situation? What do you do? You said look at the residual value when this is when you're coming to the end of the lease, And so I mean, what can you do? I mean, if it changed Well, first of all, no First of all before you're doing any kind of leasing, you want to know what are the residual? What is the residual value? What? What cars are holding their value the best now that is sort of a weird thing, because Everybody has these ideas about what that means. But what you're trying to do when you're leasing is look for the for what the manufacturer is saying at that point a 60%. Right. A 60% reserve visual value versus a 45% residual value could be the difference of you know $100 in your payment, So you wanna look at cars that have a higher that have Ah! Hold their value a little bit better, and you could just ask the dealer because the dealer's head will explode when you say to them. So what's what's the percentage? That's what you have to say? What is the percentage expressed of the residual value on this car? What are they saying? It's going to be worth at the end, but you want the percentage because the higher the percentage lower your payment is just understand that that has factors like I said, working behind it. From the manufacturer that is trying to move those cars right so there, But we all know that there are certain cars that hold their value better than others, like Ah, Honda, you know, vs A Chevy, You know, I mean, we just know this intuitively. But that doesn't mean that's not the full prescription, though, because that Chevy still could lease out better if there are other incentives and rebates. So it's It's a lot to think about the call. I think your lesson has prompted a question from Frank in Brooklyn. Frank, What do you have for Nicole? Well, Good morning. Unreleased deal. Hi. Good morning. My exports, huh? Hi. My exports passed away and, uh His wife turned in his car, which she had. He had won one year on the lease, and they just took it back with no dope, no penalties or anything, producing a death certificate. That's one way you could get out of belief. You have to die. My ex. Sounds like a really good dealership. I have to tell you and I will tell you. You're right, Jeff because they are not always like that. How did I know That was a very good What dealership was that I would love to know normally would know there's no off in Westchester County. I know that. I'm sorry. Don't know which one it was. I think it was a Cadillac dealer Westchester County. Well, my ex wife called me from Florida says you know how you get out of my least Yeah, That's the way, you know. So, uh oh, A little joke. Get easy, easy thing about this. He's not listening. Is she? Excuse me? I want us No, thank God. Just listen, Frank. I do want to say something to people who are listening to that, though now This is something people need to be careful about where we're not. We're not recommending suicides. Anyone? No, No, no, no, no, no, Let's say that the dealer said. Okay, great. You know, we're gonna take it in no problem. You really that person because there's a year left. You've really got to make sure they pay that car off because now they but then we get now it gets done away. Wait, it gets murky in the office. Okay, I worked. Listen, I grew up in the car dealership. Let me explain something to you. On the time they say, Okay, it's all good. You're off the hook, blah, blah. And then it moves its way up through the office and the papers get a little lost in a little confused, And the deal doesn't get really paid off and wait a minute. You've got that one year still left. And nobody really sent in the deal to get it funded to pay it off your credit. If they don't take care of it. You really need to know it is pain. Because your sign off. Make sure you have your paperwork. 100%. I've heard about some horrible stories like that. And maybe that car had a big residual value. And maybe they bought it back. You know, they got that car. Now. All of a sudden, it became an opportunity for them to sell used car, which is where they make most times when he was saying that So absolutely. It was probably an opportunity to make money there. Oh, yes. Yes, it is that someone once told me it follow the money. Um, if the other question I have is you see ads, of course with 0% A P r. I know what a PR is. But does that mean that you're buying a car? That there are no financing involved. Is it a hidden number that you don't know? They're just saying jokers that they'd be while the financing is included, You know how does that work? No. Well, if you're so this is about financing that's not missing. Financing, and that that is, um, percent exists from manufacturers. Because in the world there is no 0%. Except now we might be going negative. But that's another story. But in the car world 0% comes from the manufacturer is not hidden. It is true, but you must quo for it. Of course, you have to have a 9000% face for have to have like an 800. Pica score. If I'm not mistaken to get something like that. I mean, you could hear the sevens, but you know you you need to qualify for it, and it is a wonderful thing when it works. Yeah. There you go. Okay. Just curious on that is that just an indicated Nicole that they just can't get rid of the cars like they're just like that They'll do anything. It's like an incentive. You know, it's it's like a rebate. It's an incentive to get them to. Yes to push the product, but it gives its a great incentive. Money in service. Yeah, I mean, there's there's all that places for them to make money services hard, though. Frank Frank. It's.
"san diego state university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Steve Sanchez with you on this Wednesday edition of the show calls are full. But a couple lines will open up here in a moment. So if you want to try back, please do We definitely want to hear from you tonight 70 to 257. 5396. So let's go ahead and loosen some of these call lines up. First up tonight is Roger Roger. Welcome to the program. Hey, Roger you with me. All right, over and out. Let's jump over to Kathleen your next Welcome to the show. Hey, nice to talk to you. I was listening last night. You and I, When you had said that you were gonna might go with the Republican Party and I thought to myself. Okay, Well, if he was gonna hang tight, I guess I'll hang tight. And today I'm driving along. We'll use what you just said about Rana McDaniel and I felt like I got gut punched. I just dusted. Yeah, It's just so shocking that I'm with you. I'm totally disgusted by their behavior. Can. I was over them already. And honestly, from listening to you after I thought, Okay, Well, maybe I'll just give them a little bit longer to figure out what they're doing, but obviously this is not happening. No, they just don't want Trump Kathleen, and it's the majority of the Republic. I hate to say that, but the overwhelming majority of the Republican Party falls into two camps. Kathleen That's one That are the never Trumpers that are just out there. You already know it and the others that are very sneaky and conniving. They'll be your friend. They'll say that you know they're They're your friend, and then they'll backstab you not even backstabbing, stab you in the front with the dagger, and that's what's happening here. They don't want Donald Trump. They just don't want him he would be better suited starting a Patriot party. To me. And now some will challenge that say it's just can't work. Well, how do we know unless we try and so tired of sitting back in the corner Being told we can't do something? Isn't this America? I mean, we're brilliant America and Donald Trump has the Patriot behind him, So I think that they're going to be wrong. Once again, we're going to prove them wrong again. Steve, that bottom line I'm with you. I'm with you, Kathleen. I appreciate the call and let's keep the faith. That's all we can do. And I appreciate it. I know you're upset. I'm upset. This is ridiculous. The way this is all going down. All right, let's go ahead and, Oh, you know what? I want to jump to him. He's at the bottom of the list here on the calls, but let's let's let's go. I think he probably slept on this last night and said, You know, I mean, the way it came at Steve, I came out like Braveheart. It ended up like brain fart and just, you know, let's get Salo on the line. Salo! What's up? Hello. What's up? This is Steve. Well, okay. No. I don't feel like Braveheart. Anyway. Um, you were talking about Hispanics and people being afraid of the numbers that we are. I have to agree with you. But let me tell you just a little anecdotal evidence of my gene pool. My baby. She's 21. She goes in San Diego State University, and she is a die hard Democrat. She's not very smart. She want to be a marine biologist. I say there's no money in it. My oldest one. She goes the U. S. After in San Francisco, and she's starting to be a pharmacist. I said, Why you going to be a pharmacist? Brilliant doctor. We're going to go all them damn years and she said, Like you said, Dad work. Don't work harder. Work smarter. I go right on. I got you. So remember this, Steve, when you see that All they're afraid of the conservative Hispanic, Latino. This and that my aren't don't evidence is this my daughters and their friends go to very credible colleges and those young people from all the black ones all the white ones all the Asian ones. They all focus on. Simple thing. Women have the right to choose. We are liberal nation. I think that's great, but I'll be honest with you. I don't think anybody's gonna be shaking in there. I don't think anybody's gonna be shaking in their boots over a pharmacist or a marine biologist, But I'm telling you, anecdotally. My kids aren't stupid. And my family isn't stupid. And I'm not dumb and the people that we consider friends and family are not done either. Well, you know what we got we We've got a lot of Very smart people in America. I think we just need some good people. I'm gonna let you chew on that one for a while. Because the way you brag up on the Democratic party. I'd be embarrassed. The world is full of a lot of smart people. But I could show you that they have left in their pocket didn't have two nickels to rub together, many of them Maybe we just need some good people. That respect God. The sanctity of life. Family. Country. Legal immigration now versus illegal Maybe we just need good people. Salo. Not smart people. We got enough of those and look at where the hell were at 70 to 25753. Nine sixes. How.
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"san diego state university" Discussed on Todd Durkin IMPACT Show
"Maybe that's that's a calling that you're moving toward but light. Coaching will become huge even more popular in twenty twenty one number seven recovery recovery will continue to evolve. Now heck and get your mind right in the book. I shared about the importance of recovery. But because right now twenty twenty beat the heck out of most everybody. People have been running hard going hard working hard You know seven days a week. People are still tired. Despite you know. The christmas and new year's holiday were ramping up. And we're excited. We're enthusiastic about the new start but when you look at recovery i believe in twenty twenty one. The infusion of recovery in all of our trainings in all of our workouts is going to be Very very welcome. Meditation breath work. Yoga fashioned stretch therapy massage. Therapy infrared saunas and red light. Therapy all of these things that deal with. Healing and recovery are going to be huge. The healing world will be very very important including touch concluding touch because when i look at touch I think touch is the one thing that is most now to the pandemic because we have not been able to quote touch people gotta keep six feet plus away from people so touch has become important. It's very interesting that in year. Nineteen ninety nine. I got my graduate thesis work from san diego state university on the physiological and psychological effects of massage therapy.
Entrepreneur on FIRE
How Cody Sperber Completely Screwed Everything Up & Still Got Rich
"And on that about is just this topic about how you completely screwed up. Not just something but everything and you still got rich and this is a fascinating topic. Is i know having spoken to now. You know well over twenty five hundred entrepreneurs on this show and speaking entrepreneur fire nation a lot that a lot of people who have never quote unquote and made it or gotten rich. They seem to think there's just like this one chance they get if they don't hit out of the ballpark and just hit a grand slam on that one. I try they're doomed forever. They're living under a bridge. They're eating out of some trash. Can this on fire like they just have literally that's the perception but the reality is the you know and that i know and that all the past guests that i've had on tried to share and get across the my audiences. Listen you can literally screw up everything for years and years and years one thing right just one thing and you can become filthy stinking rich so break this down for us. Cody how can you screw everything up and still win at this game of life. Just think about your own personal john. I can only imagine you've interviewed so many people when you first were starting out. You had this vision of what you wanted to do. But as you started taking steps to actually you know put in the work and make it happen for yourself. How many new things constantly just unfolded in frail. I mean literally. Ignorance is absolute bliss when it comes to something like this. Because if i had known what was going to be involved with the growing this media empire like i probably would have been too scared to start but i know so. You're right. I just had to start and i found a bunch of things along the way and just had to keep knocking them out. If you don't have or passion for whatever it is you're doing you're not gonna make it through the fires so i mean that's a core thing they gotta have and if you don't have it right now you're working a dead end job and you're one of those people that says oh man i want to go to work today or it's the weekend i can't wait for the weekend do so i could take off and chill and barbecue and stuff. You're in the wrong profession and you need to do whatever it takes to find. What your purpose in light is. Because i never feel like. I'm going to work i. I'm so obsessed with what i do. It's all i think about all the time. And i love it. I actually get irritated when things get into way of me. Living my life's purpose so so. So that's that's kind of the practice of it. But you know it's not about one big win it stacking little wins along the way and it's about developing your core skills and capabilities as you're on your journey. I you know. I can envision trying to start. I don't have a podcast but harrington starting a podcast realize. Oh my god. I got to know how to get listeners. I gotta learn how to do graphic design. I gotta learn how to talk properly and be concise and there's so many other skills sales skills business skills that go into being able to do what you do. I can only imagine how many little steps older printing so for me. I've always been the underdog. I've always been person that When i when i was a kid i had extreme hyperactivity disorder with the called it. I was on ritalin. My dad was really. He's he's my hero. He's an amazing human beings. He used to walk into my room and tell me hey. Don't listen all the teachers doctors and everybody. Don't listen to your mom. You shouldn't be taken this crap. And he would switch out. My ritalin with a multivitamin so awesome intel my mom. Oh yeah. I gave it to him because he always told me. That's your superpower kid like don't ever forget that like that's to be the thing that's going to take your life in in so i was always if i was into something. I was obsessed with it. Otherwise i totally neglected it. That's why did poorly in school. And i'm sure a lot of people listening this probably relate to some of this You know i was always passed over pushed around. I was bullied. I was sidelined. I was the underdog. And i didn't understand it as a kid but as you grow up i got used to being with my back against the law. I got used to being in a pressure situation. Where i was always trying to perform and it has an adult manure. It's the greatest thing ever. Were you like that. On on any level john absolutely i mean for me. I was just that person who's always struggling to truly envision. Like what is that passion that i have in life and i didn't find it in my teens. I didn't find it in my twenties. It was literally all the way to my early thirties before i was like. Oh okay. I don't have to do this job that i know i'm gonna hate the next forty years so it absolutely took time. So that's why. When i talked to people that are fifteen. Twenty thirty fifty and they're like you know what like i still don't feel like i found my thing. I'm like hey sometimes it just takes longer and sometimes we're not all born as entrepreneurs but we grow and develop into entrepreneurs because that was me for sure i wasn't selling baseball cards at twelve years old. I wasn't running around like you know selling newspaper. I wasn't doing anything. Entrepreneurial at all until i was thirty two years of age so it came to me later in life not late in life but later in life. And i really do love cody. How you talked about stacking little winds in for me to game changing books that i read back in two thousand twelve and i was getting my entrepreneur. Journey going is the slight edge by jeff olson. In the compound effect by darren heart because those books talk about just that stacking these little wins and when you stack these little wins over time they give you the slight edge. It was turned into a massive edge. They compounds and they give you this compound effect into massive massive winds so fire nation when you look back over a month and you're like i really accomplish anything big this month hay. What are the little things that you did like. What are the little things you're stacking. That are over six months twelve months twenty four months going to cause massive massive win so i want to kind of move into cody. A little bit about why. This game is rigged. I mean you know. I know that you screwed everything up in your life at least once in your still winning and you're still it would be financially successful but you were able to identify because of that. This game is rigged so talk to us. About what exactly that phrase means and of course how we is fire nation can beat that ragged game. I got into real estate about sixteen years ago and as as an investor down create a real estate investor. And so. I had very little resources. So i was looking around trying to figure out you know how to make money in in what i was going to do with my life. I was just coming out of the navy. And i was like okay. I got to figure something out at at a certain point. I wanted to be a history teacher. And i went and talked to the history professors down at san diego state university and i said how much you guys make and they started laughing and they said we gotta have two jobs just to survive and so i was looking around for something and that's when i discovered no money down real estate. Investing in was because a friend flipped a house and made eighty thousand dollars in a couple months before that we were party in he had nothing to his name and now he's driving a brand new mercedes in at all this money and i was like how did you do that. He's like i did this. This process called wholesaling. Right flipped a house. And i made this money. I didn't have to have a real estate license. I didn't have to have deep pockets. Didn't have any previous experience. Somebody showed me how to do it. And i i did it. And that was for like one of the first times where i realized. What don't i know about making money. What don't i understand what wasn't taught to me in school. And unfortunately a lot of people grow up. They don't have financial intelligence. We're not taught how to be great at making money. Not really making money. We're taught to get a job you know and that whole spiel where you're conditioned from your teachers your parents in your church and school get good grades and get a good job and you work away up the corporate ladder and so once i discovered that there's this whole world of creative real estate out there i just went down the rabbit hole and when i say the game is rigged. There's a million potholes and hurdles in your way but financial intelligence takes energy in after. I'm horrible at math. I loved to make money and the two don't aren't required to go together and I look at this damien. go all right. Needs to be more education out there taught especially if we go upstream in and work with young kids which is a lot of charity. Work and stuff that i do Works with underprivileged kids onto. It's because i. I gotta get them. Young got to change their language patterns their relationship with money needs to change. They have to understand that letter running a big corporate businesses. They don't want you to break free and go and start your own business and be their competitors they want you to follow the rules and sit in see and it's kinda that old school mentality where they just want you to follow the rules and for me second. I started asking better questions. why why. Why do these things happened. Why don't why aren't they teaching. These things and i started going down. The rabbit holes started finding some good mentors in my life. Everything starting to ship and what you'll find is once you start down that path. It's impossible not
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San Diego County reports lowest count of coronavirus cases in 3 months
"Reported the lowest number of covert daily cases in three months. The positive test rate for the Corona virus was 2%. The rolling two week average is 4.2%. There were six new deaths announced the total of 754 this year. There were just 174 daily cases reported, which is the lowest number since June. 19th. 17 of the new cases were from San Diego State University has nearly 750 cases over the last 3.5 weeks. Some of the some
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South Dakota Governor Dismisses Sturgis Motorcycle Rally COVID-19 Outbreak As 'Fiction'
"South Dakota on a report that the Sturgis motorcycle rally caused a surge in covered 19 cases and $12 billion in public healthcare costs. That's actually actually not factual whatsoever. Governor Christie know him on Fox and friends we have in South Dakota 124. Cases that were tied to the Sturgis motorcycle bike rally out of a half a million people that came no one disputes. A study by researchers at San Diego State University stocks are up on Wall
San Diego State University extends stay at home order for students
"Diego Diego State State University University now now extended extended it it stay stay at at home home orders orders for for on on campus campus students students now now until until next next Monday Monday at at 9 9 A.m.. A.m.. Over Over the the holiday holiday weekend, weekend, the the number number of of San San Diego Diego state state students students with with confirmed confirmed and and probable probable Corona Corona virus virus cases cases rose rose to to 286. 286. Those Those are are included included in in the the numbers numbers for for the the county county that that ranks ranks San Diego on a new Fort Ear color coded watch list, which would be update this afternoon by the state of California. San Diego is currently in the red to you're the best of any Southern California county. But over the Labor Day weekend the positive test rate. One of the two numbers used by the state to determine the watchlist rankings went to 6%, 6% and 7%, the highest numbers since August. 7th Jack Runako News
MedTech Talk Podcast
Stomping out Diabetic Foot Ulcers at Podimetrics
"Exciting to be here thrilled to get a chance to talk about the real pains and struggles the unglamorous parts of startups and. Just. Throw the be here today. Terrific terrific. Now, one thing that was a little bit interesting to do hopefully, listeners do as well is here a little bit about your back story or CEO's backstories how they got into Med tact. Their path to their venture in this case, Pota- metrics and Just learn a little bit about you was your path kind of almost predestined medicine and science was more secure this How did entrepreneurship fit into that? Tell us a little bit about your background. It's definitely not. Linear it's been a very. Interesting path to get to where I am today but grew up in in southern California. Used to do. I was going to be a musician. I was a fairly dreadful percussionist in various punk bands and you know I thought that was GONNA be Kinda my deal for while I went to Undergrad at at San Diego State University coming out of high school is Maybe C. Student something like that and I spent eight years. Undergrad is there for quite a bit you're really trying to figure out like, why am I here what am I WANNA do? It was Kinda on the hunt for something I didn't really know what it was. And I just never run out of the year, your four or five as I'm just GonNa just coasting along I end up meeting this this pre med student and. It was such an amazing I ended up your city. Just talking to this guy, he he had every everything was so well planned meticulously and he was talking about, you know why he was doing it and it instantly resonated with me I I'd been at this point thing I was a chemistry major with emphasis in biochemistry. But the idea that you could use those to you know make another person feel better. It's very practical use of everything that I had been learning and it was crazy. It instantly clicked holy smokes like this could be an amazing thing I just knew somebody with my sis stellar academic career going up until this point wasn't going to be an easy part. I'm I'm proclaims the Pre Med office and you know they're looking at my record like. John. There's other there's other pathways you could do. and. Out of it and there's also do schools but you know that may be a challenge and I was just like, okay. This is what I wanna do this is it. Around the same time I. Remember. I worked basically fulltime all of Undergrad and was on the phone this when these amazing people got to know her her husband was a cardiothoracic surgeon and she introduced me to him and then he he invited me to follow him in the or for doing this for a while and it was just you're at the same time there's something magical about you know for him his. CARDIAC, surgeon. So this is he was a patient who is you know so worried and scared and you're able to be with them in in in in fix it impact his life. So it was just this. Moment or it wasn't like I always wanted to be a doctor but yet it makes so much sense when I heard it and I ended up going to fortunately I. my academic record had a rocking mcat scores and was able to go to. The talk school at least that I had on my list, which was University of Pittsburgh is a very social school interesting where I remember somebody's told me the elevator at at the medical campus and the doors shut. If no one's talking, that's not the place for you to go and I just remember I was doing this elevator tests and people just wanted to chat about whatever it was. It was a really interesting place to be in there. That was really the first time we're technology started. Sort of come into my life I remember. A few of US students set at all levels of the school you know in their first year second year CETERA. We found each other for our love of tackling. We decided to create this this Tech Club where who's GonNa talk about technology and Madison and what was out there. And we're going of quickly realized that the schools tech infrastructure was terrible. This would have been two thousand and two thousand. One maybe something like that and Each each office medical education, and soon affairs they all had different websites none of them talk to each other as a very disjointed experience and we thought wouldn't it be cool to try to rebuild this for the students in getting sanctioned as a committee and that was really one of the I.
SDSU suspends study abroad in Italy amid coronavirus concerns
"San Diego State University suspended its spring study abroad program in Italy calling for the return of its students currently studying in the country coronavirus concerns the decision follows the state department and CDC issuing an elevated level three travel advisory
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San Diego State University suspends fraternities after student dies
"Morning San Diego State University suspending fourteen campus fraternities after a student was hospitalized last week and died here's NBC's Steve Patterson the nineteen year old college freshman was rushed to a hospital the day after attending a Phi gamma delta fraternity event Wednesday night investigators say the student fell from his bed and hit his head the university president said police have discovered the fraternity was involved in possible misconduct again all fourteen fraternities on the campus of San Diego state are suspended
Mickelson has best 1st round at Masters since '10
"Casca? It is a who's who? It's up the leaderboard after round one of the masters in Augusta Georgia Russian into Shambo and Brooks TEPCO shares the league at six under par. Good evening. Phil Mickelson right there. Just one shot off ladies at minus five Dustin Johnson at minus four Tiger Woods at an up and down day finished the day at two hundred par. So he's just four shots off lead. Other notables local golfers. Charley Hoffman power high school finished his day, minus one just five shots back. Save your shop Aleve scrips ranch. High school and San Diego State university is one over par round two tomorrow.
Social media linked to spike in mental health disorders in teens
"They say social media is linked to a rise in mental health disorders in teenagers or young adults. Born after one thousand nine hundred five are experiencing more and more mental health issues. And they think it's because the social media now when you guys hear that you're like, okay, I've heard this. It's been beaten to death. All right, people on social media. They get depressed. Okay. What are you guys on social media? Are you guys on Facebook Twitter? Instagram. Certain. Red. It's. Certain sites. Rica comment on stuff, that's social media, social media. About Facebook Twitter. You guys are dating apps. You guys communicate with others through the internet. The kind of all counts. And do you notice? And it's okay to admit this that if you post something on the internet or on social media, or whatever and you get some likes. Are you get some attention? You feel good. Picture posted a picture. My lunch. They like the way my lunch looks the. Yeah. You feel a little good. People are noticing. If people are thinking about you mean, they don't some people just like like like a move on. Don't give it a second thought. But that's not what you think you think that oh, you know, they're really into their fan of yours. He felt like you have a fan. It's really it's really euphemistic, you know, where you feel like, you know, people really care about what you say or do. They don't think that because they like something on social media. Have you ever felt bad because you posted something and crickets, just nothing? Well. You're a little tougher because you're a grown up in your lack of social media stupid. I'm not gonna let a post that failed. You know, I'll go ahead and live about my day. It'd be fine. But not for these young adults because this is the world they're in. If they post something of social media, and it doesn't get likes. It's a bad day for some. This is the world there, and they don't know our world. Our world was if somebody gives you a phone call or if somebody gives you a look or a week. You know, you're like, I still got it. I'm good. They don't have. That's not their world. If somebody doesn't notice your social media post. It's it's it's a big deal. So the research published in the American psychological association found sharp increases in the number of young adults and adolescents who reported experiencing negative psychological symptoms, specifically those born in one thousand nine hundred or later. The greatest spike happened around two thousand eleven and that's when social media exploded. I mean, I got on Facebook two thousand nine with radio. But it really got big really big, you know, about a year or two later medical standpoint. I think it's because the lack of sleep. You know, our phones absorbs and then my phone will light up the whole room when somebody comments on my post. So my phone is always just somebody just commented on your Facebook post. So I'm starting to post less at night. So my phone does a blow up and wake me up. But your body picks up on that. And so you're not getting good sleep. Plus, it's hard to fall asleep. If you're on social media or on your phone before you go to bed. So. Older adults. They haven't seen such a rise in psychological symptoms. Symptoms, but they found an increase of major depression, suicidal, thoughts, psychological, distress and more attempted suicides after two thousand ten versus the mid-2000s. They see that increase was by far the largest in adolescence and young adults. These trends are weak or non-existent among adults twenty six years old and over suggested a generational shift in mood disorders instead of an overall increase across all ages. Why are young kids thinking about suicide? Well, is it because people on YouTube are teaching them? How to do it is because people on social media are telling them go coach yourself. G k y if you see a g k y on any of your kids phones. Somebody that you'd better call that other kids, mama. You better bring the rain that kid is on your kid to go kill themselves. And you're kidding me lesson. Dr twinge, gene twinge the author of the book, I gen and professor of psychology at San Diego State university. Analyze data from the national survey of drug use and health, which is a nationally Representative survey that looked at drug alcohol use mental health of health related issues. And it looked at a survey from two hundred thousand adults or adolescents aged twelve to seventeen little babies from two thousand five to two thousand seventeen and almost four thousand adults from eighteen over the age of two thousand eight and two thousand seventeen. Now, they didn't ask about specific diagnoses for depression, or bipolar, etc. But that's experience depressive symptoms and the rate of individuals reporting symptoms, like major depression in the past twelve months jumped. By fifty two percent. Adolescence and sixty three percent and young adults. Seventy one percent increase in yoga dolts experiencing serious, psychological distress. They say the radio on the dental suicidal thoughts or other suicide related outcomes increases staggering forty seven percent from two thousand eight two thousand seventeen. One reason for that increase could be the digital media use. They think it has a bigger impact on teens and young adults than older adults. And you know, a big question we have also is. I mean, are we Bruin a generation of weenies? Our kids
CBS, Murder And Jose Bautista discussed on First Light
"CBS news see likely never looked like the women on the boxes of makeup and hair color. CVS wants you to know they don't all look like that in real life. The drugstore chain is marking photos of models in the beauty. I'll to let you know when they've been digitally altered. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news. Alleged sibling murder. I'm sippy Burkey. That's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty a twenty seven year old woman allegedly attacked by her younger brother during a family fight last week has died of her injuries. And he scheduled to face a murder charge today. Officers were called to a medical emergency Escondido last Friday at one AM and found Laura about Teesta a mother of three in critical condition. Her brother Jose Bautista is being held without bail. A ninth grader at Sweetwater high school was taken into custody yesterday after another student noticed he had a pellet gun school officials heightened security on the campus. Well with authorities investigated San Diego State university officials
Kid Phone Usage: Screen Time Changes Structure of Kids’ Brains, ‘60 Minutes’ Says
"If you have kids in wonder if all that time they spend on their smartphones endlessly scrolling snapping and texting is affecting their brains. You might wanna put down your own phone and pay attention. The federal government through the national institutes of health has launched the most ambitious study of adolescent, brain development, ever attempted in part. Scientists are trying to understand what no one currently does how all that screen time impacts the physical structure of your kids brains as well as their emotional development and mental health. Let me know when you're ready twenty one sites across the country. Scientists have begun interviewing nine and ten year olds and scanning their brains. They'll follow more than eleven thousand kids for a decade and spend three hundred million dollars doing it. It's quite an investment. Doctor guy Dowling of the national institutes of health gave us a glimpse of what they've learned. So far, the focus only I started talking about doing this study was tobacco marijuana all drugs. The screen time component really came into play. Because we were wondering what is the impact? I mean, clearly kids spend so much time on screens the first wave of data from brain scans of forty five hundred participants is in and it has Donald Dowling of the NIH and other scientists intrigued here, you can see that there are differences in the patterns, the Moro is found significant differences in the brains of some kids who use smartphones, tablets and video games. More than seven hours a day. What we can say is that this is what the brains look like of kids who spent a lot of time on screens, and it's not just one pattern. That's hassen. It's very fascinating the color show differences in the nine and ten year olds brains. The red color represents premature thinning of the cortex. That's the wrinkly outermost layer of the brain that processes information from the five senses. What is a thinning of the cortex? Mean? That's typically thought to be a maturation process. What we would expect to see later is happening a little bit earlier should parents be concerned by that. We don't know if it's being caused by the screen time. We don't know yet. If it's a bad thing, it won't be until we follow them over time that we will see if there are outcomes that are associated with the the differences that we're seeing in this single snapshot, the interviews and data from the NIH study have already revealed something else kids who spend more than two hours a day. A on screens got lower scores on thinking and language tests. When the study is complete is a possible that a researcher will be able to say whether or not screen time is actually addictive we hope so we'll be able to see not only how much time are they spending how they perceive it impacting them. But also, what are some of the outcomes and that will get at the question of whether there's a dictionary not win. Will you have the answers that you're searching for some questions will be able to answer in a few years. But some of the really interesting questions about these long term outcomes, we're going to have to wait a while because they need to happen that delay leaves researchers who studied technology's impact on very small children anxious in many ways, the concern that investigators like I have is that we're sort of in the midst of a natural kind of uncontrolled experiment on the next generation of children. Doctor Dimitri Christoph is at Seattle Children's hospital was the lead author of the American Academy of pedia. Deatrich most recent guidelines for screen time. They now recommend parents avoid digital media use except video chatting in children younger than eighteen to twenty four months. So what we do know about babies playing with ipads, is that they don't transfer what they learn from the ipad to the real world, which is to say that if you give a child an app where they play with virtual Legos, virtual blocks and stack them and then put real blocks in front of them. They start all over if they try to do it in real life. It's as if they've never done it before it, also, it's not transferable. Don't transfer the knowledge from two dimensions to three don't you? Kristina kiss is one of the few scientists who've already done experiments on the influence screens have on children under the age of two. It's a critical period for human brain development. If you're concerned about your teenager being addicted to their iphone your infant is much more vulnerable and using the exact. Same device your infant is more vulnerable. Because why because the experience of making something happen is so much more gratifying to them. In a small pilot study the doctor cosstalk has conducted on fifteen children. Researchers gave toddlers three toys first of plastic ATar than an ipad that played musical notes. And finally an ipad with an app that rewarded the kids with lights colors and sound. So it a very specific time of the research. Assistant will ask the child to give what they're playing with back to give it to the resources to research assistant. Sixty six percent of the time with their traditional toy the child will do just that with the ipad that simulates that they give it back almost with the same frequency. But with the ipad app that when they push on it, it does all kinds of things they're much less likely to give it back with a more interactive. I've had app the percentage of kids willing to hand it back to the researcher dropped from sixty percent to forty five percent. It's that much more engaging. It's that much more engaging. And that's what we find in the laboratory. It's engaging by design Tristan Harris told us in a story we reported more than a year ago. There's a whole playbook of techniques that get used to get using the product for as long as possible. Harris is a former Google manager. Who is one of the first Silicon Valley insiders to publicly acknowledge that phones and apps are being designed to capture and keep kids attention. This is about the war for attention, and where that's taking society, and we're that's taking technology which wanting for adults four kids. This is a whole other thing. That's where this gets particularly sensitive is developmentally. Do we want this war for attention to be affecting our children? Do you think parents understand the complexities of what their kids are dealing with? No. And I think this is really important because there's a narrative that all I guess they're just doing this like we used to gossip on the phone. But what this MRs is that your telephone in the nineteen seventies didn't have a thousand engineers and the other side of the telephone who are redesigning it to work with other telephones. And then updating the way your telephone work every day to be more and more persuasive until recently, it was impossible to see what happens inside a young. Brain when a person is focused on a mobile device. But now scientists at the university of California San Diego have hacked that problem. How often do you have people come in? Marois? So as often as we possibly can Dr Karen bag is an investigator on that three hundred million dollar NIH study her team is scanning teenagers brains as they follow Instagram. The most popular social media app when we met eighteen year old Roxy ship. She was about to participate in Dr baggage study how much time do you actually spend on screens a check my phone, Freddie regularly. I'd say what's pretty regularly every at least ten to twenty minutes is a conservative estimate. She can't take her phone into the MRI because of the powerful magnets in the machine. So a mirror has been placed above her face to allow her to look across the room at a movie screen displaying images from her Instagram account this way, Dr Baghdad can see exactly which parts of the brain's reward system are most active while using social media. So you could actually see a part of the brain light up when you're feeling good. Yes. From the scanner in the Skinner based on her data and the results from other studies. Dr baggage is among scientists who believe screen time stimulates the release of the brain chemical dopamine, which has a pivotal role in cravings and desire. So you're more likely to act impulsively. And use social media compulsively. Instead of like checking yourself you wanna keep on it to keep getting the good feelings. Teenagers. Now spend on average four and a half hours a day on their phones all that time has resulted in a fundamental shift in how a generation of American kids acts and thinks when smartphones went from being something only a few people had something the majority of people had it had this really big affect on how teens related to each other. Gene twinkie is a psychology professor at San Diego State university. She spent five years combing through four large national surveys of eleven million young people since the nineteen sixties she discovered sudden changes in the behavior and mental health of teens born in one thousand nine hundred five and later generation that she calls I gen- now the first generation to spend their entire adolescence with smartphones. So a lot of them can't remember a time before smartphones existed. There have been generational shifts before in the past. I haven't they're certainly this one's much more sudden and pronounced. Than most of the others. The food was introduced in two thousand and seven smartphones. Gained widespread usage among young people by two thousand and twelve gene. Twenty says she was startled to find that in the four years that followed the percentage of teens who reported drinking. We're having sex fell. But the percentage who said they were lonely or depressed spite it's possible. Other factors may have played a role. But twenty says she wasn't able to identify any that correlated as closely as the growing popularity of the smartphone and social media. It's not just the loneliness and depression from these surveys. It's also that ER visits for self harm like cutting have tripled online girls aged ten to fourteen what our teams doing on their phones that that could be connected to depression. It could be anything. There's there's kind of two different schools of thought on this said, it's the specific things that teams are doing on their phones. That's the problem or it could be just the sheer amount of time. Mm that they're spending on their phones. That's the problem. Finding definitive answers about social media's influence on mental health can be a frustrating. Exercise. Eighty one percent of teens in a new national survey by the Pew Research Center said they feel more connected to their friends and associated social media use with feeling included. But in a month long experiment at the university of Pennsylvania college
Meningococcal disease outbreak on San Diego State University
"Another San Diego State university students been diagnosed with meningitis this marks the third case in the last few months news, eight Monique. Griego was on campus with details on the outbreak and advice for students. So the third time in three months of San Diego State university students has been diagnosed with the bacterial form of meningitis type b which is considered the most dangerous kind. These illnesses are often severe and can be deadly SDS. You leaders say the two most. Cases developed in students who lived on campus. The third happened back in June. We're told that student lived off campus and was not attending classes at the