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"unm" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"unm" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"I don't want those children in the store. Get out. Yeah. What just happened, and they weren't animals, but they were just loud Americans. So there's that difference. And then there was we were in Bordeaux. Was there any warning to them that this might happen? No, I did not perceive it as an issue that would be difficult to navigate and ultimately it wasn't. It was very few instances. But my my favorite instance, as we were walking out of a nice little. Cream cream puff? Shop told me I would. Circle. Creep up creep. List pastries with whipped cream in them. They're they're fucking amazing. And they had a couple of different flavors, and we went there, and we're leaving there in the old cobblestone district of thing. And my son had a metal water bottle. Imagine that on a cobblestone street, and we're walking, and there was a French guy front of us. And like it dropped and went like king. This fucking guy in front of us looked at him as if he had just farted onto microphone like the rudest possible thing you can do in common street where other people were fucking walking. He just draws hilarious. It was actually I looked at the time. Like, I think that guy's upset that you drop the water bottle. He's upset. It was crazy ended UNM at both laugh. We did good. We did. Yeah. It was. So there are those differences occasionally. But generally, I got along swimmingly in the French. You know, what's fascinating about French production. Please down me. One position in the French crew handles transport craft service locations, one guy same person, one guy case for the audience that could be as many as six as plain that explained that many as six people two people for each of those three unbelievably crucial and transport captain. Oh my goodness. Can you imagine also doing catering crafty, not catering crafty still? Yeah. Responsible for some snacks variety of food available.

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"unm" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"unm" Discussed on World Cafe

"Frade of. Booster? Such a beautiful. It's really beautiful. That's Amy Ray live at world cafe so about a year ago. I guess brandy. Carlisle was sitting pretty much where you are right now. And we were talking about her album, by the way, I forgive you. And brandy is somebody who opened for UNM LA's indigo girls in two thousand seven she took part on this album too. And the like funny who moment I'm having now as as you were talking about your child who's five years old. And that this child's father is a gay man who lives in your community, brandy, and I were sitting here and talking about the lyric, by the way, forgive you in the song, the mother where she was singing about having her first child, and she's saying the world it stood against us made us mean to fight for you. And I was wondering if you had to get mean to fight to have a kid too. Yeah. I think that's a good. That's a good. That's a good line in that song brainy. So great. I'm. I don't know if I feel exactly the same way about that. I mean, I feel like. You know, I do feel like a mama lion. Sometimes. And you know, I mean everybody feels that way with a child or a younger sibling or something where you would fight for them. So I don't internalize as much the idea of having. This this struggle you human rights struggle for this kid. I don't know why don't internalize that yet. I think it's because I'm I'm surrounded by like there is seriously like a village where I live. That's raising this this kid because her dad, you know, has a partner, and they have so many friends, and so she's got like numerous grandparents aunts and uncles. And so it's more like. I I'm just great. I'm grateful. I don't feel that burden on me to be honest with you. I I have just a loving network. That's pretty incredible. I mean the day she was born. Down atlanta. I mean, it was like people were just pouring out. This was like all relatives to and all like super close, friends or just pouring out of the waiting room for this one child. She's like loved like like, I feel more for to be honest. I feel like for the I think I always think about the kids over in Syria and the kids that are coming up through the border and just this. I have this one child that's like loved by so many people and as seriously like so many places that she could be living, you know, as well, so many rooms in my house and two houses. And I always think like we could there could be twenty more that we could take care of my partner doesn't feel the same way all the time. But that's I just feel more in that that realm I think and I live in an area where a lot of kids need foster parents, and there's a lot of meth and and problems with drugs and stuff. So a lot of addiction. So I think yeah, I mean, I know where brandies coming from and I know her so I know where she's coming from. So, but I think I'm just got we got lucky. Yeah. You know, there's a song album called Jesus was a walking man hasn't methods. I think for people about what true faith is what do you want people to know as a as a person of faith about what what that is? Well, I mean, I you know, I was raised in the church and went to church about three or four days a week. So I'm Protestant Methodist, and very Jesus oriented just in my social my construct. You know that that thing that Joseph Campbell talks about, but I also religion major. So I love Judaism and Buddhism and taking them but on anyway. So I think like I think the thing that I I I wrote this song was walking man because it's about Jesus as a as a figure either historical figure, or if you're don't believe that with logical figure of this man that that was about the gospel. And what true love is which is like tolerance and acceptance and giving the coat on your back to someone else..

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"unm" Discussed on The Read

The Read

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"unm" Discussed on The Read

"He says he smelled alcohol on her or whatever. But in the video post, she's clearly like like cursing him out. She accuses him of like the money, he's holding being drug money. And he says he asks her why. She would say that in that it's racist and she's like, well, it probably is. And people always bring the race card out, etc. Etc. Point knocks his hat off like she actually put hands on smack the back of his head and knocked his hat off of this head. She's putting hands on. She's actually assaulting people at this right? He doesn't react, doesn't raise his voice, doesn't fall for the bullshit all sits there completely calm in his mission, which was to save by this young boy and keep him out of trouble. Right. So. At one point, the train is stopped. I'm assuming after she leaves train stops and they hear over the intercom or whatever you wanna call it train is being stopped because I guess like the police are looking for someone and turns out this bitch told the authorities that they sexually assaulted her on the train mind you several. This was in like, this is a crowded train of people trying to go home from. I'm assuming work in shape several people in saw you harassing the boy saw this man come and sit next to him and not do shit to you. Saw you attack invisibly. Due to you. So how you still have the nerve to go and accuse anybody of salting you in any way. Sabre is a standing to me and further cements the fact that so many white people feel comfortable in their lies against black people because they know that they'll be taken seriously just because you man. So of course they stopped the train. So now nobody can go anywhere. So regardless of what side Jews on bits, you mad because everybody got away. Drug interested decided that she wanted to go and be mad after she was already in the fucking wrong. No, no. Some form of a cop or whoever gets on the train approaches this man and tells him that he and the boy have to get off the train so that they can question him. Although everybody at that point, it's just like nobody did were on. I also read that they, you know, a couple of people gave their names and Email addresses in order to like solidify the defects which has been just crazy, but they ended up having to be detained and like show the actual, thank God of courting literally everything as it was going down because from there it was just about like showing here, this is what happened. Nobody into shit to this lady. She's crazy and racist and disrespectful and rude and a liar. On top of that in the climate. I don't give a fuck that this is happening where this is happening. You know what I'm saying? The climate today where real women are like facing, whether they're actually standing up and telling their own stories of. Sexual abuse, their women are still having to like revisit trauma UNM saying because of how horrible and disgusting man have been allowed to be forever. At this point, you have the. To accuse these ain't do shit to you of sexually assaulting. You actually put hands on one of them and accused him of being a drug dealer. Meanwhile, he's actually out here. We his own gym, his own fitness program trying to keep kids in the street out of the fuck out of trouble trying to keep them out of jail, keep them out of, you know, bad influences and stuff and encourage them to, you know here you know, swit- jumping Jack shit like that. I know deep down that she knew that she was going get away with this to. Absolutely that's why she was so upset that he was recording her the entire time because she knew there wasn't nothing you could do..

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"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Station number two six forty five all Las Vegas wildfires fire sheds very important topic right now Very important topic right now I think that's it I think that's all the announcements. I have for, the moment I got more but. You. Gotta. Spread. 'em out interesting interesting. Interesting front, page story today Albuquerque journal New Mexico attorney. General Hector Balderas, his office telling the UNM athletic. Department. UNM, regions. And union president you, blew it And to. Redo try again To hold a meeting you have fifteen days to hold another meeting To decide, on the athletic department logo. Athletic? Department what sports you're gonna cut how much and all that why because you one that you did have where you eliminate soccer and cutback other sports and cut a. Few other sports and cutback sports was illegal Unlawful Once, again how don't ask, me I'm as amazed as everybody else You are the flagship, university you have a law school You have, marketing departments in journalism department. You have people on campus Who, can help you if you are just. A little bit too dense Or slippery To hold open public meeting Rule number one you must notify, people what's on the agenda which they did not So there is hope They UNM could. Go? Back do this right With a better outcome yesterday I was saying that the, new president and, that would, be president Stokes my just wanting you know sending a little Email around or, call around if you don't trust emails. Anymore which would probably be a smart move maybe. Go face to face with the. Athletic director maybe Head region rob Doty maybe. You know some people in the legal department law, school Kind of walk around campus Just kind, of, look at everybody said never we sure Did we, got this right You comfortable with the way we. Did this and the outcome We cut out soccer and kept football Football Costas a ton of money Best-case twenty one thousand people on average. Go to a home football game are we, sure we got this right But barring now instead the attorney, general, stepped up and said no actually he didn't actually what you, did was against the, law region voted six oh and July nine to approve a plan to eliminate men's soccer men's and women's skiing and women's beach volleyball and to cut diving. From, the women's. Swimming program and diving program and dramatically reduce men's track and. Field roster for two primary reasons finances And to get the athletic department in compliance with federal title. Nine This is all spoke to happen next, summer UNM failed, to provide the public with quote. Sufficient information unquote about possible action in advance according to, an opinion issued yesterday by the eighties off, it's an assistant Attorney General John cream Cam Cryan camp opinion, was issued in response to two formal complaints Fail by filed by private citizens after the July nineteenth meeting The agenda for, the. Meeting mentioned only quote a discussion and action on athletics. Unquote that's what the Genesis What could that mean Language could have encompassed. Nearly any athletics matter he wrote the board could just as easily have defended any or all of this sport programs or for that matter taken a completely different action. Like changing team uniforms Assistant attorney general wrote yesterday in. A letter, to UNM attorney Kevin geek based on that description and interested member of. The public could not reasonably anticipate that the. Board would be considering defunding the four specific athletic programs and eventually took action on he said region should hold a new meeting within fifteen days to reconsider its actions UNM spokeswoman said yesterday that the university is looking. At this announcement letter from the office and trying to determine the course of action UNM spokesperson has a great name cinema Blair so. Attorney, general Hector Balderas stepped up before UNM. President garnered Stokes can step up and figure out. Maybe, we didn't do this. All that well maybe the public was not well informed maybe the public doesn't support what we did webby we we did it anyway I think most. People, who attended the meeting What they saw was that the. UNM regions had already made up their mind The outcome was predetermined So what's the need to put the actual agenda inform the public about what. The meetings going. To we already know we already know how. We're. Going, to? Vote six. Seven right everybody six now We. Didn't do it right what they did was illegal twenty..

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"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Sports regents voted six to nothing to adopt the recommendations Min mini boos and taunts People shouting you're not Lobos all the changes will take place next summer twenty nineteen twenty twenty season People, were not aware. Of the plan until Wednesday of this week the vote took place yesterday Critics contend the four programs. Are paying the price for past leadership failures and mismanagement I don't. Think any question about that Athletic department vice, presidents in charge of compliance and finance Lettuce slip Now they're paying. The price kids are paying. The price students are paying the price of. The adults Decisions made by the governance of, this, university over the, past decade have. Put us in the position. We are in today Beckham. Myers UNM president UNM president student body president They're not, happy Make clear the student government did not want any sports cutting asked that student athletes not get hurt until a closer examination of how athletes can. Resolve the problems Brought it to this point she said we need more status quo challengers Jeremy. Fish bind UNM soccer coach. For I, think seventeen season something like that Coach fish binds sane soccer is the future soccer is diversity soccer's progressive you think they're cutting soccer in Arizona in Denver and Salt Lake City are they know they're not You try not to get man I don't wanna get angry but we have decision makers who need to. Know New Mexico inside and out Several regions no the. Difficulty the decision but said, it was necessary to solve the athletic department's budgetary and title nine requirement problems Tom Clifford UNM region Said. Quote we do not why do we keep talking about cutting sports is. Because it's long term this was an attempt to make a decision for long-term, well-being of this university Athlet athletics miss budget eight of the not last ten years they did. Make budget crude a four point seven million dollar deficit to the university's reserves Regents approved a budget. Plan earlier this year they're required one point, nine million.

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"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Here to pick up your tickets right I. Do, call it four to four twelve sixty All right the regions didn't always some people were hoping that the regions, would. Wait after the recommendation from the and the president To eliminate next summer four UNM sports There were called for you know why don't we let us soak in, for a week So the community has a chance to talk about it Before you eliminate sports UNM but, they, didn't wait they. Voted to eliminate soccer men's soccer boom gone a UNM Men's and women's skiing, boom, gone a UNM Women's beach volleyball, gone start all of. These, starting next summer These are the first major changes at UNM since, nineteen ninety nine border regions pull the trigger Two hours of public comments probably ninety percent of it by opponents of the plan Including a lot of soccer players and soccer supporters The also phase, out diving from the women's swimming and diving program they'll reduce Men's track, and field And they'll increase participation, in some women's.

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"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"I have that one all right here we go and this is a part where believers in this country when i say believe it i mean people have faith specifically christians are going to have to are gonna have to struggle with their conscious if they want to stick with president trump with ryan and mcconnell and against the lessons of the bible against the lessons of jesus in the new jesus waiting immigration from yes from genesis chapter twelve when abraham and sarah were immigrants who fled famine into egypt illegal even onto jesus abraham jason chan egypt quickly 'cause we gotta get undocumented merging very joseph and jesus were illegal undocumented immigrants themselves they have a permit get barn too i don't really think that borders were very well defined way back that when people just kind of came and went this police i don't think he egypt had a very strong immigration policy or a border or or e agents it's just nonsense i mean people just try to invoke jesus into this discussion i got an idea for isaac call up a couple of legal immigrants like jesus would have done and welcome them into your home that is what jesus would have done not said hey government you do it five thirty eight on newsradio kiki ob what is your name health is not just unum hospital but also you carry tinguely hospital unm sandoval regional medical center unm children's hospital unm.

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Man recovers after 'deathbed' murder confession

The Mark Levin Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

Man recovers after 'deathbed' murder confession

"Was a double murder this morning in albuquerque and apd simon drove excess the suspect in the killings then headed north into colorado where he was shot by sheriff's deputies here individual person of interest is apparently been shot by officers in colorado working with those guys to find out what happens a spokesman for the fort morgan colorado police department tells the albuquerque journal that the suspect is thirty one year old dust and brian montagna of sterling colorado the albuquerque murder victims were a mother and daughter they were found dead around three thirty am at the mesa ridge apartments on go near sequoia in north west albuquerque and albuquerque man who thought he was making a death bed confession has been found guilty of second degree murder a little over a year ago frank from it i fearing that he was about to die after being hit by a car told nurses at unm h that he had killed someone the victim was wilfred solace whose badly beaten body was found lying in the road near lomas edith in december twenty sixteen for meta recovered from his injuries and was arrested and charged from meadow who'd been booked into jail dozens of times since the mid nineties basis more than thirty years in prison a fire in the hilo national forest has now burned forty six hundred acres the buzzard fire was i bought a tuesday three miles northeast of eagle peak lookout the forest service says that nearly three hundred fire personnel are battling that blaze officials say it may be ten days or more before the fire is contained all this due to dry.

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"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"After the parkland florida's shooting in february there was a demand to stop people from having guns under the age of twenty one and brandon the state of florida even though the republican governor said yes will raise the age to twenty one in our state that'll do it problem solve do you know how many of these mass shooters oh i don't know in the last twenty years have been under the age of twenty one all of them under the age of twenty one ten ten out of sixty four have been under the age of twenty one hundred ten out of sixty four yep the last one was well of course just this past week and he didn't buy the gun he stole it the the newtown shooter sandy hook was twenty he stole the guns out of his his mother's own home after he killed her nncholas crews did by his gun legally at the age of nineteen he was the the parkland shooter but there have only been what's see one or two thousand fourteen two thousand eighteen nncholas cruises i mentioned two thousand sixteen in burlington washington and five people were killed in that incident and other than that there hasn't been one since two thousand and seven from someone who is under the age of twenty one so everybody feels good about banning guns for everybody who's under twenty one and that would've only accounted for three of the mass shootings in the last eleven years free when which they could have got guns another way well and then two of them did yeah onto him stolen right out of their their own parents homes one killed his mother adam lanza killed his mother before going to sandy hook in and doing what he did there so really it's one person who bought a gun and that was nncholas crews in florida in february two four three thirty three thirty three just to stat that you might want keep in mind five eight newsradio khaki ob what is unm health it's not just unm hospital but also you carry tinguely hospital unm sandoval regional medical center unm children's hospital unm.

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"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"At the new mexico honda dealers news desk be more cooperative or face legal action that is the message from attorney general hector balderas to university of new mexico officials regarding his office's ongoing investigation into unm matters balderas tells our sports station the sports animal he has sent a letter to university president garnett stokes and the board of regents saying his office has met resistance from inside unm but really expect them to do all they can as an oversight body to do two things really to make sure that you know an amazon transparent institution for logo nation and then number two to assist me and ensure that there were no violations of law the investigation started a year ago prompted by reports of public funds being used for a golf junket to scotland it has since expanded to include other matters including alleged retaliation against those who report sexual ms conduct there's a lot of money resting on one question is the question about citizenship that could end up on the twenty two thousand census that's according to new mexico attorney general hector balderas his office has joined a group of states opposing the plan to put the question before residents ag spokesman james helen says the fear is that it'll lead to an undercount of people in new mexico studies have shown both done for the state and other entities mexico is the state that is expected to be most undercounted in the next upcoming helen and says an inaccurate county residents in new mexico could put federal funding at risk three years ago the state got six billion dollars in federal dollars based on the census the amount included two point five billion in medicaid funds santa fe county sheriff robert garcia says his office has ended now it's investigation into the jailhouse suicide of a high profile murder suspect garcia says thomas ferguson accused in the torture and killing of thirteen year old jeremiah valencia did leave a note declaring his innocence and jeremiah's death the sheriff's office says at eleven sixteen friday night deputies responded to a report of an inmate who had hung himself in his cell paramedics tried to revive ferguson but those efforts were ended at eleven forty four garcia says he remains convinced that ferguson was involved in jeremiah's death coming.

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"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Want chat about this afternoon feel free five zero five four two four twelve sixty or here's my question and i hope people call in hope some of you call in and tell me what you think after we talked about the story yesterday unm and about the new president at unm that would be doctor stokes presenting the budget for the athletic department because the athletic department has fallen on hard times not just in terms of finances but also in terms of programs and leadership not so much i don't know about the current athletic director but the previous athletic director was kind of a weasel as it turns out and a not not a very good manager so unm the regions and the president and the apathetic department are saying we're going to have to cut sports unm has twenty two varsity sports the average in the mountain west conference is sixteen eighteen unm twenty two they're going to have to cut them sports they say will they will give the sports that are going to be cut one year of notice so that may be you know good really good players of whatever variety whatever sport can find another school to go to here's my question should the university of new mexico start thinking about cutting the football program eliminating the football program should they start thinking about it or should they just pull the trigger and do it should you be bold and practical and face reality stare right eye and consider cutting football out of unm athletic department or just go ahead and do it one year notice starts now football players if you want to transfer of course you're on your way staff we'll help you find a job another school and here's why masking nobody cares nobody cares unm could cut football today nobody would care none of you would care i wouldn't really care i like football.

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"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And then once person said he's preparing for when trump and pence or impeached and he becomes the next president can't now he's leaving at you know as people react to this and i'll get your reaction to four three thirty three thirty three is is the paul ryan kind of politician done for is it just pass the time or the guys who play the play the play the game play the political game and try to you know be a good guy on both sides is is that just over do you just have to be so incendiary so vitriolic or one side of the other or it's just you just you just too soft too i i dunno i it's just interesting to me to see this work now again i think there's a lot of cases where you just got to stand your ground and you gotta dig in and maybe guys like paul ryan didn't do enough of that and that's why he feels like it's his time to go what do you think's going on to four three thirty three thirty three we'll hear meghan mccain and joy behar go out it over this it's really not about what they who they are but what they said that i wanna discuss as the stick show continues 507 on newsradio kiki obese for your healthcare needs unm health system is here for you from unm hospitals and clinics the unm sandoval regional medical center and unm comprehensive cancer center are experts but you and your family's health first unm health system here when you need those bobby g what's up brandon into rush hour we got that problem with westbound per se oh backing up and that's because we've got a state police officer with a stalled vehicle left lane blocked just before second street and that backup starts just as you're getting ready to go up the ramp on northbound i twenty five to the fly over to westbound per se so expect some stop and go traffic there if you see an accident call the traffic tracker hotline seven six seven nine hundred.

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"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"According to yesterday's albuquerque journal front page story above the fold next to the story about the brand new supreme court justice is this story about the almost brand new president at unm she took a she started working on march the first unm president garnett stokes this story and it's an analysis piece from jeff grammar sports writer gets a front page byline and the sunday journal good work jeff not easy and it's a question the headline is the question day of reckoning for unm athletics by the way quick sidebar here speaking unm athletics bob fumee lost his name mike rubbers he just drew a blank my mike bradbury who is the unm women's basketball coach apparently the rumor has been swirling that he's headed a lubbock had he detects tech he say no not interested anyway that's good news for lobo women's basketball fans anyway garner stokes who is the almost brand new unm president.

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"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Doing a assigning there in june good gary this larry you know i have the book in front of me and it's a beautiful piece of work that's some great writing some beautiful photographs it's really a walk down memory lane at the pit it's just spectacular i've begun to make a list of people that i i want a gift this book too it's it's a beautiful gift and i think anybody that has has an interest in unm sports and particularly the pit will really enjoy for themselves and it'll make a wonderful gift for any occasion somebody's birthday certainly christmas it's just a a wonderful piece of work congratulations more of a labor of love i got books before scooter mentioned a couple on baseball which is my real love and this never racked up a lot of royalty checks to in any of that but it's it's this is this is probably more promising knowing that the market for mobile basketball that much bigger than it has been for kirke dukes novocur cash toes plus the pickwick gotta whole chapters you've seen on the eighty three final four which is kind of like one of my bucket list items and there's women's basketball high school basketball tiberio vocational tennis gymnastics volleyball pretty much anything including a memorial for like johnny tapia mike robertson bob kingdom right out there in the bed mike roberts legendary name that we all listen to over the years and of course you haven't just been laying around for the last thirty forty years either i know you're out of baseball your i love you mentioned are one of your loves you've been the official score keeper for the isotopes for how many years it's what several actually from the albuquerque dukes days i did it on a part time basis eighty three eighty four picked it up fulltime literally eightyfive season five through.

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"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"unm" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"It's time for everybody to stand up and say how are we gonna do this i worked i worked at northern helping to start that foundation bringing in millions to that college too and then i and i worked with unm on starting the unm campus and then i had the opportunity to be the founding director of the los alamos national laboratory foundation and that's where we really got to partner with local school districts and you know these these scores that they give yes are are really ridiculous i mean all they do is track poverty i mean really it is very difficult for a school district that is that is living in in a state of poverty with their children to really score and a it can be done but very very difficult so what we did at the foundation we didn't throw things on the schools well we did is we find the partner with schools i had five superintendents come together we met every week for every friday for three months and there is a big federal grant out on the horizon could have brought in twenty million right for five school districts to do science improvement math and science improvement over a five year period and we looked at that graham and we decided we'd ride it and we wrote it together with five superintendents every single week i'll never forget that job because it took me twenty six budgets until i had it right twenty by let's i'm proud to say though five years later that budget held and it's because i wrote it with people who knew what they were doing as far as school budgets were concerned and how do you take a program and and really what we also wrote in was an evaluation because what we learned to say at the foundation when we looked at promising programs we'd we started asking ourselves five questions number one is it replicable you know do you have to be some charismatic persons day is.

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"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Hear it at one o'clock today on the pat for a show on newsradio k o b is probably the most comprehensive and agreed upon budget going into the budget since i've been a unm right that is the president of the student body unm noah brooks with the associated students of the university of new mexico and this is one big difference between this tuition increase that's being proposed versus some of the others in the past the associated students of unm or actually on board with them because on board with it because the money is going to be put right back into student services including financial aid at unm and also improving campus security and then they also support the idea it's not a big pay raise but it would be pretty much across the board pay raise at unm for staff and faculty something that hasn't happened since two thousand fourteen in two thousand fifteen and unm once again we'll be trying to sell the idea that we need more money from the students that's a sales job that's always tough but it happens and even though most students at unm and the parents of these students are never happy with a tuition increase especially when it coincides with less money coming from the lottery scholarship program i don't wanna say people have become numb to it because it you know it does impact their budget and the money that they've got available for other things but the idea that unm now at the same time is going to try to sell the notion that while we need more money from the students we also we're going to let the athletics department off the hook for almost all of the record setting a debt that they've accumulated at unm in the past several years to four three thirty three thirty three is that a case you would like to try to make is that even remotely close to being fair in your opinion to four three thirty three thirty three you can also email me bob at newsradiokkob dot com.

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"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

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02:06 min | 3 years ago

"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Here's where the money's gonna go there basically telling and may tell the athletics department at unm don't worry about your debt unm athletics department now owes seven and a half million dollars to the university for spending and basically at unm covering the debt that has occurred eight of the nine eight of the last nine nine of the last ten fiscal years at unm this year is by far the worst at three point three million dollars so maybe you can sell the students said on this tuition increase that it's absolutely necessary but i have no clue how you can sell the anybody the idea that yet we're gonna charge more for the students and the people paying their tuition if it's not them their parents never but at the same time we're going to tell the athletics department for the most part don't worry about the debt are that you two four three thirty three thirty three linda you're next on news radio kkob linda what do you think about this well i think it's really sad and i don't know i just smells of corruption another factor i don't think a lot of people realize is when they get close to graduating then they make they put in two or three more classes that they forgot that they need so they keep him in like almost another year to be able to get their diplomas also now there have been and look there might be cases where that happens but overall they're actually requiring fewer credit hours a few credit i think they're back down to one hundred one hundred and twenty which used to be basically the standard to get your bachelor's degree then it started going up now they brought it back down in an effort to try to get more students to graduate period but then to have them graduate within four years but that aside i it doesn't change the fact that this is an incredibly unfair situation i don't know how big the conus are over unm but they must need a wheelbarrow to drag those babies around because the idea that you're going to sell publicly that yes we need more money from the students to go to unm but we're gonna let the athletics department slide it's unconscionable greg you're next on news radio kk what do you think.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"unm" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"And of course still went on to work very very hard in his career and provide for a family of five when i moved albuquerque in nineteen ninety in fact siegel street on that friday afternoon happy hour even though my wife now of nearly twenty six years we knew each other in college in the eighties at new mexico state we'd never dated it was it was when i came to albuquerque and she was getting her master's at unm at the time where we re met if you will at siegel st on a friday afternoon and sort of started dating and boom next thing you know married with two kids that patio was the original version of tinder relationship came together they're absolutely thanks thanks for bringing back that that fond memory for me so how long were you working at siegel street and other restaurants and other.

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