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The Glossy Beauty Podcast
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on The Glossy Beauty Podcast
"He still had his active subscriptions to all of the medical journals from his Harvard time. And so we just started researching the condition. And as we were researching it, we started to form a hypothesis that what we were seeing on my back was actually from a metabolite called malasazin. And by metabolite, we mean a molecule that's produced in your microbiome. So it's not anything that's alive. It's literally just a novel molecule called malasazin. And this molecule, we knew that we could potentially harvest as an ingredient. And the epiphany that I wanted to prove out was, could we use this for skin brightening or for skin health? And that began the journey of six plus years of calling the gnarliest scientists in our network. While Mike and I were curious and were able to some scientific literacy, we are not PhD scientists. We've never developed anything for therapeutic or cosmetic use. But in our network, we had people who have developed novel molecules and brought them to the market in many different spaces. And our first call was to an Oxford trained neuroscientist who had developed robotic surgery. His name was Jonathan Sackier. And he heard our idea and he was open enough to be like, okay, to music, how did you come up with this idea? And he took that call when we had no business having an epiphany in a biotech space. And he was the one who connected us with our first real scientist. And I was so scared. I was so nervous. Mike, do you want to tell the story about how we kicked off our scientific team? Yeah, sure. So we had this sort of epic first meeting with Dr. Sackier and a scientist named Dr. Tim McDonald, who's the chair of the chemistry and pharmacology department at University of Virginia. And we sort of presented all of this research that we had done, you know, our hypothesis and the sort of our reasoning behind what we were thinking.
Why It Matters
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on Why It Matters
"The slogans may have changed through the years. But one thing has remained constant. The military wants you to join. But they can't force you to. And that's because for 5 decades now, the United States military has operated with an all volunteer force. Whether in the army, coast guard, air force, or navy, those who serve, do so of their own volition. In some ways, that policy has worked out well. After all, the U.S. Military is the most powerful on earth. It encompasses over a million active personnel at more than 5000 bases at home and around the world. But for years now, recruitment has been falling. And that's the problem. Some experts say that in a world of rising geopolitical threats, the United States simply can't risk a shortfall in manpower. Others warn of a widening gap in American society, in which military burdens are shouldered by a small subset of the population. I'm Gabrielle Sierra, and this is why it matters. Today, we look at the past and present of the all volunteer force. And whether it can continue to fill its ranks. Recently, all of the services had more challenge in recruiting. None more so than the army. This is colonel Tim McDonald. He's the army fellow here at the council, and has served nearly 25 years. Initially starting as an artillery man and then a military police officer, Tim has commanded at the battalion and brigade level with deployments to Bosnia, Iraq, Afghanistan, and most recently, Africa. We came up about 15,000 short last year of our targeted number, and there's a few reasons for that. One, it's strong economy, right? Jobs are available and when there's more jobs available in the civilian job market, it makes our job tougher in recruiting. And that's to be expected and it's quite cyclical. We're no longer in Iraq or Afghanistan. So those that had the desire to deploy and serve in a combat zone for their country that's not their really anymore. COVID really had an impact on recruiting. We couldn't get into the schools as well as we could in the past. People stayed at home. It was more difficult to make that connection with perspective recruits. Eligibility is an issue. So right now, the numbers that we've been able to gather is 23% of our 18 to 24 year olds are actually eligible. 23%. But here's the other piece, 9% of that 23% actually want to serve. So, you know, now it's down to 9% and all the services are competing for that 9%. All the services are actually struggling with a recruiting problems for a variety of reasons, not the least of which is that the unemployment rate is at the lowest level. It's been since 1969. This is max boot. He's the senior fellow in national security studies here at the council, and a columnist for The Washington Post. So young people coming out of high school have a lot of job options beyond the military, but it's also the case that only about a quarter of the population is even eligible for service because there are so many young people who could not meet the military's physical fitness requirements. There is so much obesity. There's also a drug use. There are a lot of problems why a lot of young people are not eligible for service and of the ones who are a lot of them are not interested in service. And so that's one of the reasons why I think there is growing concern in the military between civil society and the military and kind of a sense that civilians aren't looking to serve in the military civilians don't necessarily understand the military and that this is actually causing military readiness problems. Over the past half century, the number of active duty military has dropped significantly. From 3.5 million in 1968, during the military draft era, to about 1.4 million. This means that today, less than 1% of the American population is part of the all volunteer force. Along with competition from the private job market and challenges with physical fitness, some experts point to another reason the military is having trouble attracting enough recruits. I think experts will tell you that the first step to solving any problem is to know that there is one. And the recruitment numbers tell a story of following recruitment and military leaders are definitely taking note. This is Amy bouchat, the executive editor of military dot com. In addition to covering the military as a journalist for the last 15 years, she also comes from a military family. In my almost 15 years really been covering defense, we've seen a major shift in what works with military recruiting, but not really a major shift in how recruiting is done. Recruiters have relied on what's been characterized as traditional marketing techniques, so that would be what you think of when you think of marketing, commercials, and that kind of thing. But we're dealing with a audience that's really saturated with marketing. And the complacency in that saturation and then paired with a lack of marketing expertise among the military leaders who have been tagged to lead these efforts is resulting in some pretty poor recruitment numbers. Do you think it's just that they're not on the right social media platforms or keeping up with the marketing times? I mean, what else is there to it? Yeah, it would be super fun if we actually knew the answer to that. So the experts point to this idea of complacency among the potential recruits, but also there's little to no data helping the military and of course reporters truly understand why people in list or what drives recruits in the target age groups for most personnel and that would be that 18 to 24 year old age group. One clue might be a statistic around what we call national confidence in the military. So this is how confident people feel about the military. How much they trust them. And we know from the Pew Research Center that the number of Americans who say they have a great deal of confidence in the military to act in the public's interest fell 14 points from 39% in November 2020 to 25% in the survey conducted in late 2021, so that confidence level has decreased and you can imagine that that overall feeling is coloring the willingness of individuals to be recruited and to join the military. And as the AVF approaches its 50th anniversary, this shortage may have serious implications for the United States ability to defend itself and neat global challenges.
The Sean Salisbury Show
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"This trick. Yeah terrible terrible music. Tuesday tyler throwing at us. But that's only do on tuesdays on tuesday up And we're talking as c. and alumni needing to get out of there. Yeah you gotta be. You know you gotta be physical and only physical or you can't win far from the truth so far from the truth. It's ridiculous but i am. I am master. I can tell you a big. The two biggest reasons we haven't been been dominant. Is we have not when you practice finesse. It's hard to turn it on in a game. That's more physical than you and if you can't take punches and have a hard time delivering them. It's one thing. listen. I'm very complimentary. Mama modern but i'm critical to so i can sit here and tell you. One is the the fiscal they get pushed around. In the line of scrimmage both ways when we were winning titles with pete carroll john robinson their pete carroll's team had incredible finesse players. But when we meet the lineup handed to lendl white three or four times in a row six times ever do it yet. They'd wear you out on the offensive line and defensive front seven run around and beat the dog crap out of you and we had secondary that. Come up and greets you pull models in the mark carriers and the tim. Mcdonald's of the past. We've had i mean players there that did you even if you beat us. When you came out of a game you've been in one yeah stanford looked when they came out of this game and beat us this past weekend. I would imagine some of them said man alive. I don't even need to go get treatment the next day and that's not a good thing. Okay so physical and cristobal topless the questions with all those facilities all that money or why would he leave exactly now. I know the the but don't they get just as much money poured into the program basically at this point with with the facilities. maybe more. and we're a. That's a lot of money. I get it. Also it's the southern cal. It's a blue blood powerhouse program so when you think about five six schools in the country over the course of time that you say it is a that programs one that people when you say. Usc and but there's no longer than when you walk down the tunnel. Here's my question. Does this generation of player view organs that school. Yes more than they do us which is crazy. It's crazy thing about because oregon in like my lifetime has been in my prime college football lifetime. It's been great. And i view them as one of those type of programs. Let me tell you how concerning it is. There's a seventeen year old kid in high school right now in los angeles at one of these great schools that knows more about oregon uniforms than he does about marcus allen they're great they're great at creating and marketing themselves turning themselves into a power rights. Not just the uniforms the truth that they know more about if i said who's markelle sound or or what what. What what you know. More about the uniforms at oregon or marcus allen heisman trophy season. And that's not. That's not good now reggie. Bush is still on the cusp. Because everybody knows bush if he wasn't there's about we're about four years away another college class four years some seventh-grader who reggie bush. Now they get my point so but they they they know who the hell trevor lawrence right. I know bryce young is young committed. Seo and now. I'm thinking we're gonna alabama. Those are the things that can happen. You gotta keep them before he got there. The same thing was happening. The kid who went to modern day high school was playing. Wide receiver oregon. The kid who played tight end is going to university of washington. The guy who decided he wanted to play arizona state or the big one decided. You know what that tax. I like texas. Who nick saban alabama. Oh man florida state sounds fun to me. It's got to be the other way round for it. Sounds arrogant but it's true. Sc should be rolling into florida. Saint mike williams. You come here going. That's just the way it works. But we're not gonna think that scott changed and that's exactly why they jumped out. They're gonna play this season out a long list. Fickle dan mullen hugh freeze james. Franklin matt campbell. Remember all the buyouts that are going to be part of the chris. Peterson's dame's gonna come up. You're going to have assistance. I'm brian cabell. Would be an intriguing name for me. i'm taking some other assistance around people love. Your name will come up jeff. Fisher's name is gonna come up change. Franklin by at penn state would be four million has nothing to. Us they'll write. That is as as tim. I really buyouts are nothing. They're paying klay hilton ten million dollars not coach his botts ten million. And i'm telling you right now that it do installments but they could write the check. The fact that usc has a ten million dollar buyout on clay. Helton and penn. State's got a four million on james. Franklin tells you everything you need to know. He's and and the fact that the clay hilton protected you protective you put out on a guy that quite frankly. It's not exactly like people were standing in line to steal him from zebra. And why would you. There's a few programs you just don't leave that job for to go maybe to the nfl. But you're not leaving. Usc in their prime to go to ohio state. You're just not you are leaving. Cincinnati go to usc. You may even leave certain other school but in their prime when you talk about it. You're not leaving. Us to go. Coach at penn state. You're not leaving. Usc to go coach at iowa. Not saying they're not ever lebeau. Usc like you said for the nfl or from what. What alabama clemson. Maybe yeah texas because taxes was still told you. I've talked to three offensive coordinators a handful of years ago one two three out of seeping giant. That's way they finished one for all three guys choices. I mean there's one. Well maybe this team but texas and they all loved. Sc and one of them was a guy who coached conference. Yeah so i'll take texas and southern cal because you know money recruiting base. You're going to get players. And people love los angeles the media coverage in and people love texas. That's austin so s he's got to get back to being physical but this caught up in this crap of our alumni thinking that we're arrogant enough. Think we gotta be run it fifty times no what we gotta do is have a mindset that you wear people out with necessary. Have a great quarterback that dominated can bail you out but in the process if we need to run a ten times in a row to win a game you can't they can't right now. Now at certain teams they can but people that are on their equal now. And i don't mean this disrespectful at all it's like for texas or there's no way no way we should be going into a game and thinking oh arizona state's got a chance against us now. They beat rt. I mean they're athletes should be like a house day in alabama going into every game thanking play. Our best we win. And you're and you're pushing for the final four every night every year. What's the one thing. Oklahoma's lacked physical defense right now and that's kept them from winning the national time. Everything else has been phenomenal. If you're not physical in this day 'cause we talk about all the finesse spread it out. There are spread out the tampa. Bay buccaneers spread out. You know what they are. Though they kick your ass at the land scrimmage. And if we don't do that we're not gonna win. You better get a guy who knows how to do it and keep people at home. And if you don't keep the best quarterback in the country in california from walking up the state organ or leaving the state walking up the coast of oregon or had been coached. Nick sabin now sports. Talk seven ninety this doug ali. Here's what's trending from the iheart..
Niner Faithful Radio
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio
"The reason that he is not in the hall of fame ring on her. And you know as well. We don't retire jerseys anymore. Apparently but the reason he's not in the hall of fame is because of off the field issues. He was on a hall and trajectory easily and very sad. And then. if you're going to run the three four. I guess we can go with nose tackle. I'm going to say super bowl champion. yeah not much to say on that one going on into linebackers. I mean you're going to go to inside linebackers three out you know linebackers. I think if you're going three four. Sorry if you're going in a three four year easily gonna pick your inside lacquers inside linebacker. It's very clear. Patrick willis mean better linebackers mystery. Dave wilcox is a good example of somebody you can go with. Who is a hall of famer. But i'm sorry. I gotta go fifty to fifty three right year. And then if you're going in a four three dave wilcox as third by back by a few seconds ago Now if you're going into free safety strong safety obviously can. Is there any other free safety. You go through in team history as in ronnie lott homemade. Ob- sorry you you can't you can't get better known than the number forty two hardest hitter in nfl history. I mean literally put fear into anyone going across the middle of the eighties in the diet. Just nothing you can say about ronnie lott a strong safety. You know pretty sure that that you know. Some people would disagree with me on that. And that's okay. That's kind of what this list is about. But i'm gonna go. Tim tim mcdonald. I believe is one of the most underrated safeties nine history. And you know. If he had had a little bit of a longer career and injured. I but i think he would've played longer. Definitely the niners hall of fame. And then you're going to go cornerbacks i mean to me. This is pretty obvious to go. Dion sanders. i know that majority of his career wasn't what the niners played more for the cry girls. Then the niners. But i'm the best corner to ever play. Nfl history and so the one year that you've played for the niners might very well be the best year quarters ever put together for the team so you. You can't go be honest. We're going in to the other. Quarterbacks lockdown corner Hold on we might just have gotten some news. On richard thurman. Give me one second waiting waiting waiting on. Let me know in the comments your all-time niner drafts curious to see how much it differs from my the air. That sucks today. Always frigging wifi problems. Tell you that we see hold on all on. i promise. Promise promise it's coming. Still we see avenues Go heading loaded Loading low stay sends a picture. It's not showy ahead you pull it up on. My phone wasn't news about sure. Apple.
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on Today, Explained
"What kind of policy choices are these kinds of climate havens or receivers. City's going to have to make to receive all these people and maintain some sort of functional infrastructure. There are really three ways that cities need to prepare. And that's Economically socially and physically. So i'll just break that down physically we're talking about. Does the city have the space the infrastructure to accommodate a massive new people for example in places like mexico. City dhaka when there's so many people moving in so quickly It creates something called runaway urbanisation. Which is just the result of a lot of people coming in and the city not being able to keep up the infrastructure not being able to keep up everywhere you can see the damage wrought by this frenzied growth. I one rough estimate. Traffic alone cost the city. Two billion dollars a year. The challenge of delivering water electricity and telephone lines to a seemingly. Endless boundary is not easy. Raw sewage flows into lakes and rivers so polluted there beyond treatment. Cities need to prepare economically. So for most places. It's going to require a significant investment to make a lot of the changes that are necessary to become a receiver city and to do them in an equitable and sustainable way. So where's that money going to come from. What kind of economy can sustain the newcomers. You know they're going to need jobs. And then finally a city needs to prepare socially. How does the community think about accommodating newcomers who are diverse in terms of race and culture and income said difficult question. It's kind of an eternal question. And i think it's going to rely on individuals solutions from every city in every community. Is there a city in america that you feel serves as a model as a climate haven or a receiver city right now unfortunately. No there isn't really a great model for this right now. Some some cities are starting to think about it like all cities and is experiencing impacts to the environment due to climate change so ann arbor for example recently got a grant to start thinking about this and they're starting with an overhaul of its water treatment system out a small church meeting house in a small louisiana farm town. A small community is making a very big decision and louisiana has recently completed a really exhaustive research project on climate relocation. The state of louisiana is using federal funds to purchase land. Build new homes demolish. The old flood damaged homes and turn this neighborhood into wetlands. My colleague tim mcdonald at a really great piece on this and identifying the problems that receiver communities in louisiana are going through and now please welcome our mayor. The sixty second mayor of the city of buffalo.
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on Snarf Talk
"There's an the the other guy with the long nails throw snails. Hang down sold. The guinness book of world records. The idea came about in the early nineteen fifties when sir hugh beaver sir. Hugh be managing director of guinness brewery attended a shooting party in county wexford. Sounds there and his. Host's argued about the fastest game bird in europe bringing it all back to foul and failed to find an answer in any reference book in one thousand nine hundred fifty four recalling his shooting party argument sir beaver had the idea for a guinness promotion based on the idea of settling arguments invented the twins norris and ross invited. I'm sorry the twins. Norris i wish referred to as the twins wins. Britain is awesome and ross mcwhirter Who were fact-finding researchers from fleet street to compile a book facts and figures guinness superlatives whereas inc on thirtieth member and the office opened in two rooms in a converted on the top floor of the ludd gatehouse fleet street. Isn't that where that one barber was on the demon barbara fleet street. Yeah sweeney tat sweeney. Todd that's right by the way in case you were wondering the fastest game. Bird is the golden plover. I was way off. Yeah i don't even know any other game birds pheasants so grouse already said that one. And quail quail those all just variations pheasants really not not not a grouse. I guess. But i don't know i have no idea i don't know either. Golden plough plover never heard of this bird sir hugh. I don't pronounce the g. don't pronounce g with that. It'd be huge huge yet. Yeah so anyway. Yeah we're maybe we'll check out the ripley's believe it or not. I don't we've tried to go to those before. And they're extremely expensive like to go into they are. I always remember it being expensive. And i feel like it's super expensive so i don't. We don't go well. You said you were gonna go to everyone that you saw. Are you going to a specific town or are you traveling the smokies. No we are going to gatlinburg tennessee donncha and then all the first night. We're going to knoxville. Where stayed in the night there Then we're driving down to gatlinburg and then we're going to go state. We have a condo. They're nice run and then we're going to go kinda between back and forth between there and pigeon forge isn't that what avid listeners. David top and tim mcdonald correct. Families just did that. Yeah yeah i'm excited. I like i like the idea of that kind of a place. You know what i mean. Like i like branson del i've never been to branson. I like these kind of like places lost in time. But they're touristy though there touristy to mid westerners they are. I mean there's always a lot of people they're usually. I mean i think pigeon forge is a pretty big well. The whole thing is gallon. Berg is the entrance to.
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on Snarf Talk
"Oh so i i. You really liked the barn she did. Oh yeah she drank a lot that night she got. That was the most intoxicated. I've seen my wife since in ten years since she turned twenty four but that isn't because of the restaurant that was because of everything happened like outside of the restaurant. But yeah the food amazing. We loved everything about it on. They had incredible oysters. Amy night were not fans and then we were there and had. There's my for some reason we liked. I love oysters. Oh i hate it. And one of my favorite things in the world aiming. I have always disliked oysters. We've tried a multiple times. We we had them in aruba. We had oven For our honeymoon. Putin's a out. We had a f- like at multiple different places in illinois did not like him that night. Frigging great i mean. They were literally great. Good times where a flowing it was. Yeah one of the best years is ever rational eastern in central illinois. But they're flown there. They are brought to them every day. how they do you. Can you can get in the mail alive and there. They live for a while like wrapped up. Yeah in like well. They apor and they do that. They get they usually sentiment burlap bag. What burlap bag. Yeah but i mean can. I don't know for a fact where they get them but they are fresh every day to that restaurant because it's a special baptize around their menu. What i really liked as the owner of the entire place was basically a server. He walked around the entire place. He was in the kitchen. You could see the kitchen from where you sat where we sat but he also walked around to every single place literally like bringing out food The entire night like you would never know. He's the owner. He had a apron. He was kind of dirty like it was just walking around all night delivering food and talking to people getting their opinions on things. And then i found out from the bar manager greg that this guy was The owner his name is john. I don't remember his last name starts with an f. Because he told me. I told him i was gonna talk about amount podcasts specifically because the atmosphere was just amazing and what he was creating in that like small space was davidson. Change all the time. There are special. Tonight was a sasha crab sandwich that well it was there we had a soft shell. Crab sandwich When we were there that night. That was tim mcdonald favorite. That was his favorite dish. And that way.
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"If you're a parent of a student, we have resource is for you. If this is some one, and we've already mentioned this group looking to advance their career, maybe they've been in the workplace, but they need that extra set of skills. You know, we have opportunities for that. Um, yeah, uh, area that doesn't get a lot of public. Uh, Exposure is those that, for some reason did not attain their high school credential. And that's kind of a gateway credential to these great careers. We have Ah, very robust Adult education program to allow those folks opportunities to work towards getting their high school equivalency. Most people know that is the G D. That's just one type of test. And then you know, lots of other resource is really are. Our website is the best place to start. But, uh, find the number. Find the conduct number getting the point Mother or show up in a campus Come business, Um We're here to serve our community. We're here to serve the folks in our community. And do you have any continued limitations related to cove in 19? What we do. We're health screening everyone that comes in. Basically it's a temperature check and asking If there's you know, have had any symptoms or experience. Any symptoms were still mask while on campus. I know the CDC is, uh, Relaxing. Some of those were still going to run with the mask for a little while longer. We want to see what the data shows and we are limiting some class sizes. So the social distancing can constand place. But Percy as we transition through the summer and into the fall if the data still says That that we've got a handle on Cove in and the data indicates that there's minimal possibility of transmission. We will certainly open it back up to our talk full normal capacity. But safety and health of our students and our staff is what we're gonna That's what we're gonna focus on first. Tim McDonald. Linear Technical College. Thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you so much, Martha. Thank you. It was great to talk to Tim. We're going to replay and put this into show clips so that people can not a replay. What? We're gonna put this into show clips so that people can listen to it again, but the but the real messages. Don't just keep beating your head against the wall. I can't find a job. I can't find a job. Can't find a job. Think about what it is you want to do and what it's going to take to get there. And there are no barriers. There really are no barriers. They have a robust financial aid department. They are, they are able to help people in lots of different ways. And, you know, look lifelong education unit was a passion of mine. And, you know, I think that having a positive attitude about going forward is really what's gonna lick this. This is not going to be dealt with by you just sitting there, saying I can't get a job lots more to come right here on the Martha Zoller show at the top of the hour. We're going to talk to Barbara Wall about what's available in the high school through the Georgia Department of Education related to career paths and what we like to call pathways. We'll talk more about it. Don't be like this guy..
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Trump supporter Burnin Jones recently switched to the Republican Party. Jones is among the many who slam Kemper not helping the former president overturned results of last November's election in Georgia. It remains to be seen if enough. They're big name will enter the GOP race as the party state convention approaches. The winner will likely face Democrats Stacey Abrams, Rob Stadler, GNN news And one quick correction on Rob. The list that was released yesterday were grassroots supporters. They're not campaign staff now. The campaign staff was released also for the governor's campaign. But the list of supporters that's just what they are. They're not on staff, which would imply they're being paid, which is not the case. Anyway. Welcome back to the Martha Zoller show. And it is great to be here with Tim McDonald, who is the president of Linear Technical College, and we've been talking about how you can access linear tech. And, um, how important it is. And look, there's a technical college system. So if you're listening to me outside of north Georgia, uh, you know, take a look right, Tim. If you go there, take a look at the technical school group and their technical schools all over the state. Yes, There's 22 technical colleges across the state, actually, if you go to our state office website, Technical College system of Georgia You will see all of them listed there all the all the acronyms tsg. That's what I was thinking I was anyway, and I appreciate that, too. I wanted to ask you about veterans because you know, we hear all the time. You know, we have the veteran's court in In Hall County and around the state, and we hear a lot about the difficulty some veterans have transitioning back into the workforce. One has linear tech recruit for lack of a better word or make their there make it known that they can help And what kind of programs do you have for veterans? So we we joined the technical college system of Georgia website. So our system has an outreach program to veterans, and we're part of that. We also have a veteran's specialist on our financial aid staff who understands the various veterans benefits program, especially when it comes to education and those those programs that It. Assists. Folks were living expenses and those other things. So we we do have a specialist own staff and again, a zoo often is possible way. Position of veteran into a program that might have been their military occupational specially while they were so maybe it was mechanics where we have a better you robust Diesel mechanics program. But then again, you know their specialty in the military was in the healthcare. We try to match them up with health care related program, toe fit their existing steals and knowledge. But then again, if a veteran just wants to try something different again, we have opportunities so toe work with folks and determine what their interests might be again interest in attitudes. And is it linear technical college eligible for some of the benefits that they get to help pay for school that veterans get Yeah. Oh, and that's all ran through a financial aid department and our our veterans specialist is chase. No. Uh And so that's who the veterans would talk with, and very, very well versed in the veterans and the V A benefits program. Well, this is going to date me. But when I was at the University of Georgia, um We always hated it. When we had a Vietnam veteran in our class and not because of any bad feelings about Vietnam veterans. We were very supportive. It was that they worked so hard that they made us all look bad for our students Look bad on the joke used to be if you had a bunch of veterans in your class that the curve would be all messed up for Miss. Things were concerned. And and I will tell you. I met with several groups that reformed not only at the old Games for college, now North University of North Georgia but also it linear tech back in the day that were veterans returning, and they had some support groups there and they were just the best group of people. You know they had they had certain skill sets. They understood really what hard work was, and they they really had positive attitudes about Getting to the next step in their lives. And you know, I think, sometimes them even though I know there's difficulty transitioning. Sometimes I think the media overplays the negativity of that veteran population and that just hasn't been my experience at all. Well, and I would agree with you Weak way. Over the years. I've got to know many, many veterans here at the college and some still today. Justus. You mentioned they very disciplined. Understand your hard work. Very goal and mission focused. So we're so very, very proud of the veterans that we have at Lanier Technical College, and you know, we have quite a number of veterans are actually on our faculty and staff. So we're just We're just very, very proud of the work that they have done. So, Tim, you said you went to linear attack back in the day s So where you kind of a homegrown guy. Yes, from from Hall County. Born here in Hall County Still live here never left here. Oh, so and have no plans to leave Northeast Georges, my community. I've got deep roots here, and I just love it, Uh, Northeast. Georgia's just got everything. In my opinion that check anyone's box. We've got a robust, diverse economy. I mean, we're so fortunate the house you know the economic sectors. We have strong manufacturing Britain based very strong, but I healthcare system, You know, one of the tops in the nation. So we have that and then all the service industry that goes along with that your public and professionals of Areas of the economy. So you know in my mind, we just have it all in northeast Georgia and great great career opportunities as you mentioned. So, um Tell folks just kind of recap If they heard something here today that they liked and they think this is something they want to explore, it least to see if it's for them. How would they do that? The best place to start Lanier tech dot et you and we have resource is on our Web page for You know, students in high school, your high school student find the link..
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Were struggling well before Cove in 19 hit and now a lot of health care systems are asking what is needed financially, clinically and intellectually to support a health organization coming conclusion that they need to be part of a much larger system in order to gain all of those resources. Ken Kaufman, author of a new report on hospital mergers and partnership says these new business entities will do a great job in the state. We'll start looking more closely at what are the deficits in the world health care market and how can they make that situation better? Kaufman says. Larger organizations have the resource is and cash flow toe, look at the access problems and find the people who are not getting care in Georgia. Liz Kennedy GNN News It is the Martha Zoller Show. We're here with Tim McDonald, Who's the president of Linear Technical College, and I used that audio coming in because healthcare pathways on dime using that term pathways because of That's what they call him at the high school level, But they can mean a lot of different things. But health care jobs must be clear what they are through the economic crash of 2008 to 2010. Health care jobs increased every single month when we were losing hundreds of thousands of jobs every single month. When you dug down into the numbers, they increased. I manage a little nursing business where we have LP ends, and we're always looking for people. So those healthcare industries, especially as we're getting older. They're just going to grow, and there's it's not just being a doctor or nurse. There are a lot of other jobs within healthcare industries. Um, Tim, we got this text in from someone, Kathy and coming, said What about the floral culture? I need flour designers. Do you have those kinds of creative pathways at linear tech? We do know And oddly enough, it's about for South campus. We actually have two programs that are very unique. We have Interior design program and then we have an environmental horticulture program. So, uh, this lady could reach out to our Career services coordinator and and I can get you that information to get to your listeners. So technical college campus incoming That's correct. Yes, I don't know. That's what I remember. You never know what the questions are going to be right. Right? Exactly. It's all good, but that's good. And I was surprised because we do focus so much on the technical side that sometimes these creative Endeavors get left behind, you know, And so it's good to know that there was a place for that. And that leads me to another question. How many campuses are there for Linear Technical college? So we have five campus locations off forevermore in permanent structures that we control. Obviously, the one here in Gainesville is our largest and original campus. Location. We started classes and 1966 and then had the great fortune to move to our new campus beginning classes in 2019. Our second oldest campuses in for stock County, just south of coming off a piece Tree Parkway. We have a campus location in downtown Dawsonville. And we have a campus location and barrel county in the eastern parts. That's no east of wonder. And then we have a small presence in Jackson. County in commerce and a facility that we leased from Jackson County government. So five campus locations that it's so exciting because what you know, and I don't want a stereotype people at all. But what I think about a lot of times You have you have a couple of kinds of students. You have the students that come from high school and go to technical college and maybe they get in associates degree and maybe ultimately they're going to be on a more traditional path, but they're more Of the traditional student that goes from high school toe Linear Technical college. Then I think there's a larger group of people that are either retraining there, either. You know, they've been out in the work world for a little while they found that they need more skills or they're like the people that contact me a lot through my website. Where they say I've been looking for a job, and I just can't find one. And I always suggest to him, you know, look at the programs that linear tech you can get up. Get something new in 36 or nine months is the is the phrase I always used Take a look at that. I always do that. So is that kind of where the students fall? That is exactly right, Martha, that traditional group that right out of high school or we look at ages 18 to 25. That's gonna be about 50% of our student population currently, and that's gonna very, uh I will tell you in in, uh, economic times. Downturns are in tough economic times. Actually, our demographic of older students becomes a greater percentage of of our Population. But we're about 50% 45 55%, depending on semester that traditional student 18 to 25, which means the other half is that group that's retraining Re Skilling or Or maybe they've been in the workforce and really found their passion, and now they're working towards their their their ultimate passion. What they want to do with their life. We do have a lot of folks are out of our students who do have bachelor's degrees, some even master's degrees and you know, and they found out that just not fulfilling to them. They really want to do something different. We've got a student in our motor sports vehicle technology program with a master's degree, but realized really, he wants to be a track on Sunday and working in someone's race shop Monday through Saturday. So he found his passion. So do you all work with the Georgia Department of Labor and second part of that If you do, most of those career centers have been closed because of Cove. It has that presented challenges. Well, at the first part of that. Yes, we do work with the Georgia Department of Labor. Very, very closely. But let me let me share some statistics from college statistics here. For the last four years, Our job placement rate of graduates has been 100%. Now That means graduates either went toe work all continue their education. And I will say this the last four years we've averaged probably 5800 graduates per year. So think about that 100% job placement rate. We also measure our infield job placement rate. So you mentioned health care. So if someone came Tolo Lanier attack foot to be a Practical nurse. Then there's a nanny 5% chance that person went to work as a practical nurse are infinite job placement rate has averaged 95% over the last four years, so graduating from a technical college and in particular Lanier technical College. The statistics show that that you're gonna find employment and you're most likely you are greatly likely to find employment in your field of study. We had a text that came in from Greg in Toccoa, and I'm going to take this one. Tim. I've called the Toccoa Department of Labor Career Center this close to in person every day for four weeks with no return call. How does the government expect anyone to move forward? I've even emailed the state Department of Labor with no response and even left Andrew Clyde a message about it. With no reply. What's wrong with our system? Will Greg first of all, Angie Clyde's federal he can't help you with state labor? But if you will take speck in your best email address, I will get you someone to call.
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Find jobs and it comes back to skill. Set a lot of times and s. So we were talking a little bit last week. Right here. He and I were talking a little bit about the things that were available to me at Lanier Tech. And then I thought, what better way to talk about it then to have Tim On. So I appreciate you being on with us today, Tim. Welcome. Thank you, Master for having me and I looked at that conversation. We got a lot of great things going on it when your technical college first of all, can you clear up for me the role the hope Scholarship plays. At Linear Technical College and who qualifies for that? Absolutely so. The Hope Scholarship program is the financial aid support for our students who are in an associate degree program. So we have many, many programs that lead to an associate degree, a two year college degree. That's the hope scholarship. Of course, you have to be a qualifier, and after you send them reaches a certain age or they're graduating class has been out more than seven years. Then you don't qualify for that. The hope scholarship But don't let that deter you. I would encourage anyone to to reach out to the college. I will say that the hope Grant. Is a parallel air financial aid program that covered our diploma programs and many of our technical certificates, so there's financial aid available for practically anyone from any walk of life. If you've got a new existing college degree, maybe not quite so much. Excuse me. I'm quite so much financial aid available, but we have opportunities here, so we just encourage everyone. To reach out to the college and and let's uh, let's talk about their unique case. You could join us on the phones at 7705352911. You can also text to set that number and we're talking to Tim McDonald, Who's the president of Linear Technical College and one of the things that I say all the time, And I want to know if I'm accurate. Okay is that we see these announcements all the times of jobs that are coming to Georgia. But yet we do hear from people. You know they can't find a job. But I have said, and I was told a long time ago. I hope it's still true that there are three months six months, nine months certificates, there's technical college, and there are ways to get the skills you need for these jobs in a fairly short period of time. Marty, you are exactly correct. Or we all for many of our programs. All for what we call a technical certificate of credit is just a small slice. Of course work. Maybe, maybe two, maybe four different courses and one that I will use. Ah, use quite frequently as an analogy. Welding. For instance, there is a welding process called Gas Metal Arc welding, So it's a particular process it uh uh, Some people may know it is MiG or wire welding. Someone can come in and then a semester's time or perhaps two semesters spending on their time commitment. Can master that skill set up and many, many of the companies and northeast Georgia or hiring that particular skill set and we have those same scenarios and our industrial systems programs Mecca, tronics, precision machining and manufacturing. You name the program, and we most likely have a very short term. Technical certificate that someone can get get a skill set, and they become immediately employable now when new companies come to the northeast Georgia region. They interact with you to say, Hey, this is the kind of skill set that we need. Do you have a program to fit that? They absolutely do. And we're working with several new companies in northeast Georgia. And very often we're on a weekly or biweekly. Oh conversation or from called with them about where they are in their hiring process. Some of them approached Georgia. Quick start the States just globally recognized training program. Which is part of the technical college system of Georgia. So we're in those early conversations, so we know exactly what skill sets the companies are looking for. We try to customize some training. We actually try to run some soup summer boot camps for recent high school graduates. That that would prepare them to go to work in these new companies. Look, I'm a firm believer that we need to retrain parents, and they're thinking as well as students, and that's why I'm committing. Ah, great deal of time today that not only talk to you, but we're gonna be talking to Barbara Wall from the Georgia Department of Education in the next hour. To talk about pathways that are available in high school That could help in this area, too, because I look I was I was a kid that went to college. First in my family to go to college. My parents. My father did not graduate from high school. My mother did, but they wanted us to have a great education. We all went to college. And my Children went to college. But you know what? I'm hearing more and more young people say, including my Children who are raising Children now they're saying I don't know if I'm gonna insist. Let my child go to college the way my generation of parents did. I think what I'm going to do is figure out what's out there so that my child can be happy in the work that they choose and have a skill that's marketable. Martha, you you have hit on. I think the number one goal here and you know what we like to do it at Lanier Attack is help our students if they don't know what particular skill set or career Direction they'd like to go in. We have you No interest Profiler. We used you signs that helps someone identified. Not on Lee, their aptitude. You know what? What? What? Their natural gifts are but what their passions are, and, uh And you made a great point there that I think if we can help people determine what their passions are, what their unique talents and gifts are.
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"tim mcdonald" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Oh, Mabo has a less We know that right and he's been in our show and he, but he's a monster monster Giants and 40, Niners historian and fan and Sends us stuff all the time. And he's been chosen by the Giants and threw out the first pitch at their June 3rd a less awareness, Kate. Nice. Yes. So that's a maybe Maybe we'll get it done, baby. Go get it done. All right, Here's the deal. Let's get into some sound from yesterday. Both all three teams had sound You want to hear the Giants reacting to their win and Stephen Duggar, the Warriors have incredibly heartwarming story of one Toscano Anderson and then 49 rookies appearing 40 Niner workers should not just Trey. Lance, y'all. You got your memory, Thomas is your d Amador Lindores? You got your hoof fungus Safety out of SC. S all these guys are showing up down in Santa Clara today for rookie minicamps. Probably when I was on the beach. It was a big deal. Rookie minicamps. I was remember, I did my story from it. Working many camps was the only time it really stuck in my mind 1995. Were rookie minicamps. Day one. There's this dude. Oh, my God, Who's that? That's our third round receiver from Chattanooga names Terrel Owens is pretty obvious with him Pretty quick day one. Look different than everybody how he felt in the third round. I don't know, because he went to chat. New guy. Probably exactly. Played hoops there. Were you there when Bryant Young came out for his 1st April, Yeah, but he was well regarded. Well, regard he still well and he was also a pee on on a team full of superstar. Yeah. What he did, but he was a starter. Those rumors. I mean, it was a good player. But there was the focus was on Steve and Jerry and Tim McDonald. And that crew. Thanks. Ryan was just keeping his mouth shut. William Barn on Floyd Candy just signed Ken Norton and Gary put up. Take any bright young story you have. That's I'm just as I'm gonna poke you for more Brian young stories because I'm I'm a fan of the greatest We have, Mom..
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"tim mcdonald" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"The aarp on saturday defeated attendance. That would have funded rules universities under under title to allow transgender kids and athletics however that amendment got support from senators on both sides of the aisle including susan collins and joe manchin as head of the democratic party. The president expressed any regret. That that measured bipartisan support. I let me say the president's position on the rights of transgender kids to play. Sports is clear. He signed an executive order And he believes transgender rights are human rights and wants to see kids. Have the opportunity to play sports and participate in a range of activities i would say We expected as there often is with voter. Rama's there to be a range of amendments that he would oppose And the certainly would have been one of them but I don't have anything more to to read out for you in terms of specific concerns again. This goes back to the cultural issues. This is going to be bigger. Deal for the gop. And i think they should amplify it and if you really want to know what's going on. I had to play that clip. Because i had a package that i had to sign for. That was supposed to be here at twelve thirty and they showed up and i needed to get it today and i saw that clip is like oh it's perfect. I can play this clip and literally run to the front door and for the package and come back. There's a magic in radio. I should never reveal behind the scenes. But there's imagine radio but this goes to the larger cultural point to that the biden administration intends to go down this road hijacked by progressives. It's actually kind of relevant to a story. I want to talk about later. The nevada democratic party has now been hijacked officially hijacked taken over by the socialists. Who are amplifying these socialists and these culturally leftist agenda items to the detriment of nevada. Democrats in nevada. Democrats are starting to freak out about it. They're they're worried that they're going to lose control of the situation. And i think they probably are now speaking of these cultural issues or the cultural issues is also global warming and has fedex just showed up earlier than they were supposed to. This is relevant for me to get into right now. Fedex is basically giving up on becoming carbon neutral. They're going to do their best to be as carbon neutral as they possibly can. But they're recognizing that there's no such thing as a climate friendly aircraft. This is from courts. Tim mcdonald the climate reporter on march third..
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"tim mcdonald" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"This entire show. It's been a fun show as we get closer to Super Bowl 55. Thank you to super Producer Stew. Kovacs. Thank you, Terry Bradshaw. For joining us. Thank you tow Adrian Peterson for joining us, and that's not all. We've had our top six list. Top six Super Bowl moments I gave you mine. And now I'm on the phone lines. I'm gonna go back to the phones momentarily and get yours. About 20 minutes from now we'll talk with last year's one of the captains for the New England Patriots. Lawrence Guy is going to join us. Speaking of Super Bowls and Bella check, I have questions for him. I'll go ahead and get those out and then Also this hour before I roll out, I want to share some words that I had with Bianca Bellaire w W E superstar Royal Rumble winner she is promoting and helping just to promote inclusion, which I love with the Special Olympics, So don't go anywhere. It's gonna be a packed hour before I roll out. You can always reach me at J R sport brief. But I'm taking your phone calls right now. That's 855 to 1 to four CBS. That's 855 to 1 to four C B s. Now I gave you a new top six list. I gave you my own personal Super Bowl moments and just to give you a recap. I gave you Joe name if winning Super Bowl three and 69. I went to Super Bowl 47 when the lights went out in the Superdome when the Ravens went over the Niners, and it was Ray Lewis last game, John Elway finally getting over the hump with the Packers and and Terrell Davis and 1998. A Brady the Falcons their comeback Kurt Warner. This guy came out of nowhere and then also, the Titans almost came out of nowhere and won the Super Bowl. But they did not. And then one of my favorite moments, which I had at number one. Was Eli Manning his throat and David Tyree, the helmet catch and they're so many moments because there have been 50. Four Super Bowls were getting ready to pull up on 55. OK, Tom Brady will have participated in 18% of them. What is your favorite Super Bowl moment? We're gonna finish here on the phones and then a conversation with current or former New England patriot will see where he goes. Lawrence Guy 855 to 1 to four. CBS Does 855212. Four, CBS. Let's go to Jerry. He's calling up from Washington, D. C. Jerry you on CBS Sports Radio. What's your favorite Super Bowl moment? My favorite moment. 1988. Denver versus But Washington Football club Does Williams gets hurt in the first quarter Me banged up those to the bench. J Strata comes in great shape. Looks like he was all over. The place does limps back in. I knew something was gonna happen. I said, Wait a minute, Something don't feel right about to blow it up. What did he do for what touched down in the second quarter? The Redskins women they would arrest him back then does William M. V. P to the most beautiful spirals I've ever seen in a game and a Super Bowl Doug Williams. Well, I'll tell you this jury and thank you so much for calling from Washington D. C. I told you one of the moments that stood out to me. Was John Elway getting over the hump? That was one of the humps that he had the overcome. Put it to you that way, John. No Way, man. He lost three of them before he got those last two with the Denver Broncos. Doug Williams, also the first African American Quarterback to get the job done in the Super Bowl. Travis. He's calling up from Oregon. Travis, you are CBS Sports radio. What is your favorite Super Bowl moment? All right. I grew up in the bay area and I was born in 80 s. So I'm lucky to have a few good ones in there. Um, a few growing up growing up a Niner stand, but my personal favorite was 94 win. Went Steve Young monkey off his back moment. Some real sweet, sweet touchdowns a jury right in that game. I think you threw for six touchdowns and he was like the ended up the Niners leading rusher in that game. So just sort of his Crowning moment in his career was really fun to see and also Niners, always, you know were known for their offense, so they had some great defense is along the years and that team they picked up Dionne in the middle of the season and that to me, and if you look at that roster and their starters at every position group I guess they put I put them in the top five all time defense suspect especially that secondary. They had Eric Davis. And Dion on the corners, and Eric Davis obviously went off tol the Panthers and had several more great season They had murdered Hanks and Tim McDonald. That safety Mike That's my all time favorite secondary as I loved all those guys, especially Merton Hanks of the chicken, dance and everything and They were really fun to watch. And finally we'll beat the cow. Those good cowboys teens and stuff. Yeah, that one by far really stands out to me. I love that love that Super Bowl Travis. Thank you so much for sharing from or again. I know the Dallas Cowboys, a surprisingly Well, maybe not. No one is called and given me a cowboy's moment. No, it's it's been a while, but no one has given me a cowboy's moment. What's going on here? The only Cowboys moment I heard was when the Steelers knocked him off. Let's go out to Louisville. Let's talk to Kevin. Kevin, you want CBS Sports Radio, The general sport Brief show. What is your favorite Super Bowl moment? Good Prelude Jr. Love you, man. Hey, man. About Dwight Clark..
KNBR The Sports Leader
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"W. W. E superstar Royal Rumble winner. She is promoting in helping just to promote inclusion, which I love with the special Olympics, so don't go anywhere. It's gonna be a packed hour before I roll out. You can always reach me at J R Sport brief, but I'm taking your phone calls right now. That's 855 to 1 to four CBS. That's 855 to 1 to four C B s. Now I gave you a new top six list. I gave you my own personal Super Bowl moments and just to give you a recap. I gave you Joe name if winning Super Bowl three and 69. I went to the Super Bowl 47 when the lights went out in the Superdome when the Ravens went over the Niners, and it was Ray Lewis last game, John Elway finally getting over the hump with the Packers and and Terrell Davis and 1998. A Brady the Falcons their comeback Kurt Warner. This guy came out of nowhere and then also, the Titans almost came out of nowhere and won the Super Bowl. But they did not. And then one of my favorite moments, which I had at number one. Was Eli Manning his throat and David Tyree, the helmet catch and they're so many moments because there have been 50. Four Super Bowls were getting ready to pull up on 55. OK, Tom Brady will have participated in 18% of them. What is your favorite Super Bowl moment? We're gonna finish here on the phones and then a conversation with current or former New England patriot will see where he goes. Lawrence Guy 855 to 1 to four. CBS Does 855212. Four, CBS. Let's go to Jerry. He's calling up from Washington, D. C. Jerry you on CBS Sports Radio. What's your favorite Super Bowl moment? My favorite moment. 1988 Denver versus the Washington Football Club. Does Williams gets hurt in the first quarter Me banged up both to the bench. J. Straighter comes in great shape. Looks like he was all over. The place does limps back in. I knew something was gonna happen after the wait a minute. Something don't feel right about to blow it up. What did he do for what touched down in the second quarter? The Redskins women they would arrest him back then does Leon M. V p through the most beautiful spirals I've ever seen in a game and a Super Bowl Doug Williams. Well, I'll tell you this jury and thank you so much for calling from Washington D. C. I told you one of the moments that stood out to me. Was John Elway getting over the hump? That was one of the humps that he had the overcome. Put it to you that way, John. No Way, man. He lost three of them before he got those last two with the Denver Broncos. Doug Williams, also the first African American Quarterback to get the job done in the Super Bowl. Travis he's calling up from Oregon. Travis, you are CBS Sports radio. What is your favorite Super Bowl moment? I grew up in the Bay Area, and I was born in 80 s. So I'm lucky to have a few good ones in there. Um, a few growing up growing up a Niner stand, but my personal favorite was 94 win. Went the Steve Young monkey off his back moment, some real sweet, sweet touchdowns of Jerry Rice in a game. I think you threw for six touchdowns and he was like the ended up the Niners leading rusher in that game, so just sort of his Crowning moment in his career was really fun to see and also Niners, always, you know were known for their offense, so they had some great defense is a long years and that team they picked up Dionne in the middle of the season and that to me, and if you look at that roster and their their starters at every position group I guess they put I put them in the top five all time defense suspect especially that secondary. They had Eric Davis and Dion on the corner than Eric Davis obviously went off to the Panthers and had several more great season and they had Murder Hanks and Tim McDonald. That safety Mike That's my all time favorite secondary. I loved all those guys especially murdered Hank do the chicken dance in everything and they were really fun to watch. And finally we'll beat the count Those good cowboys scenes and stuff. Yeah, that one by far really stands out to me. I love that love that Super Bowl. Travis. Thank you so much for sharing from or again. I know the Dallas Cowboys. Surprisingly, Well, maybe not. No one is called and given me a cowboy's moment. No it Zbynek while but no one has given me a cowboy's moment. What's going on here? The only Cowboys moment I heard was when the Steelers knocked him off. Let's go out to Louisville. Let's talk to Kevin. Kevin. You want CBS Sports Radio The J. R Sport Brief show. What is your favorite Super Bowl moment? Privilege? Okay. I love you, man. Hey, man. About Dwight Clark. Catching that one in the end zone because, you know, I'm a Niners Fan for Real and David Tyree. God Dang it. They are. You can't bet against Brady. You can't bet for him, so I don't know what's gonna happen there, But that's my best surfer moment. We got five Cowgirls got five and Marty's got however many in the Pittsburgh Steelers got their seven wasn't but wasn't wasn't the Dwight Clark catch? Was that the Super Bowl was that wasn't cause wasn't out against the Cowboys this in their own division. Ones that NFC championship game. I certainly believe it was against the boys. A chair. I'm breaking one for you tonight. Damn it. We have to if you're inside and you're safe, have two or three for me. Okay? Yeah, I'll do that for you, doll. Love you, man Every night. I love you, too. Thank you, Kevin for calling up from Louisville. Okay, That's fine..
KNBR The Sports Leader
"tim mcdonald" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Well, Yankee started Sunday. Jeremy Oh, I hope they're not trying to Penny pinch this guy. Yeah. The Yankees traded cute noise. Don't get cute, DJ LeMay you I'm telling you You're gonna get burned. You cannot afford to lose this guy. He's too important. Don't get cute because there is no replacement for this, dude. Okay. Just signed the guy. Come on. I agree. You know that's that's the philosophy. Murph. Don't get too cute with this guy, You know, don't get cute baby, And it's essentially you know, water boy did put out a tweet as a Yankee fan. He's a little miffed that the Mets are getting some shine right now. There's no question there's one thing the Yankee fans. It's like Yankee fans having to watch the Mets win and God forbid them. Let's go to the playoffs. Yankee fans heads explode. It's the same thing. It's like we talked about the other day, the way the Canadians feel when the U. S wants appointing like a gold medal in hockey, they can't take that same way. Yankee fans can't take the Mets having a good season. Man. It's got like a giant days thing or I think it's even worse because my Yankee fans don't even like because everything in New York is more. It's more wrapped up that don't even acknowledge music to get you ready for the playoffs here. J. J. Smith Schuster, former USC Trojan, right Um our, uh, is is a Pittsburgh Steeler. And they got the Browns coming in. Now, this is getting some run as an inflammatory quote. I guess I'm having trouble discerning inflammatory quotes this year, because who's the other one we had this week. Um, it was game Lillard onstage. Thank you, Dame Lou. He was like, Yeah, It's not gonna be the same for him The next 45. You won't get the look. Yeah. Whoa. Dame shots fired. Really? I thought and then I was like, Well, I guess And here's changing. Now you listen to what he says here, But it was enough It's getting around ESPN copes having on this morning. Does JJ Juju Kinda come change my thinking, J. J Watt Juju Smith Schuster. Is he disinclined? Take a listen. Do you feel like this? Brown's team is has a different vibe, but more successful vibe than what you've seen in the past from them. I think they're still the same bouncing up. But every year I think they're name this great faces. Yes, I have a couple good players on their team. But identity like we I don't know like it does to browsers. The Browns. No, It's just like one of those days that you see nor football, and then they're a good team, but I'm just having it repaired him again. You know this Sunday Is that inflammatory? Yes, inflammatory enough. I think you could find stuff in there to kind of rub me the wrong way. Short brown hair. Kind of like that. Tim McDonald moment. The same old Rams remember to seem all rams. Yeah, well, very good. But that was definitely a dis. I was standing right there when he said it was exciting times. Actually, I was in ST Louis. Polly, it'll Busch Stadium. Don't By the way. Don't sleep on Tim McDonald. I don't know what we're not giving him the love he deserves. Because he was a hell of a player too, but more if you go ahead. Oh, yeah, For sure. So any way that I look at the clock it's 8 30. We got a little so little McConnell. Hey, a little. Turo a little Schuster aim or reason. Why to Cleveland in the points, buddy because he's given a bulletin board material. Right? Right, right. I like you, Cleveland Pick where you guys are. All right. Stefania Belle, hoping really enjoyed the power hour with the forecast involved, right? We'll do that again next Friday because they're gonna have another slew of games next Friday. But that's that's the dealio. This new 17 playoff gives you More NFL than you could ever want my friends. Uh, there you go. Power hour on Friday, January 8 2021. Stefania Bell. We have the daily dose of dubs coming our way to and the great Sam Farmer one of my favorite soul time, buddy, and it felt columnist Casey talking rams with us today. Anything with Sammy? Okay? Yeah, we know Ram's. We'll tell him about you laying down with CR and rush. It's a good thing. You're here, too. By the way can we are one of 45 and six. Any of these sports league?.
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Georgia candidates decry plan to close voting sites in mostly black county
"Anyone metro Atlanta's concern black clergy sound the alarm over, plans to shut down most voting booths and a predominantly black county Reginald Jackson says the proposal to close all but two polling stations mostly black priests Linked. Directly stems from the supreme court gutting, the Voting Rights Act Randolph county was, one of those areas which before they could change voting. Procedures had to get concurrence from the federal government Reverend Tim McDonald says it might be. Legal but it is. Immoral suppress people's right vote you demeaning democracy both gubernatorial candidates, are urging the county to abandoned the
Randolph County, WSB and South County discussed on KTAR Programming
"I South County deputies look. For answers following a murder suicide this story really takes a gruesome turn as investigators now believe the. Fifty year old father was dead in this house, over, the weekend and the mother thirty two, years old taking her. Own life in the wee hours Monday even though her two young kids at home the entire time two. Kids that were inside the house that we say corporal Doug Rain water with, the Forsyth county sheriff's office old boy in three. Year old boy incoming Robert wilentz ski WSB three Cherokee county neighborhoods, fall victim to the's breaking into unlocked cars.