40 Burst results for "University"

Fresh update on "university" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:13 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "university" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"45 years. I probably been down there 35 times. Right. Some of them, some of them I remember, I love my don't. You know? I hear you. And it's a great, great atmosphere. I mean, even if you don't like college football, people are trying at least one time, but I'm a realist. I've had season tickets 25 years. And what is going to come down to in my opinion, I know what the mayor of Jacksonville is saying and it will bring boo coos the money into Jacksonville, but to me it's going to boil down to this. This Kirby smart versus the mayor of Jacksonville. Who do you think is going to win? Well, I mean, that's who should win because with all due respect to Lenny curry, why would anybody care what he thinks about anything? He's the mayor Jacksonville, for those of you who don't know. By the way, I mean, you're going to side with a guy named Lenny over a guy named Kirby. No way. No way, but you know, and I think I'm not a done deal. I mean, the contract runs out. I think the end of next year and I think 2024 will do home at home now. I will say this. The one time we played in Athens, unfortunately, that's when spurrier was there and I took a friend of mine to the game as a high school coach and we left a half time it was so bad. It was awful, but that's not going to happen again, but I do think it's going to get moved, I agree with Kirby, wholeheartedly for recruiting purposes that needs to be moved and the Florida coach. He just getting down there, the new guy, he spoke on it. Vaguely, you know, SEC media days and nappier, I think he'll agree too when it's all said and done. And let me thank you very much. And I don't mean to get too deep into mayor Lenny curry's business, but I'm going to, since he's the one who's running his trap about this question to the audience, where do you, where do you think mayor Lenny curry went to college? Do you think he went to the university of Georgia or do you think he went to the university of Florida? Team? Anybody want to take a shot? You. Are you thinking what? Where do you think he went? Well, mayor Lenny curry of the city

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The Parallels Between the Left and the Islamists

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:47 sec | 1 hr ago

The Parallels Between the Left and the Islamists

"As the attempt was done by a young Muslim boy from New Jersey originally parents from Lebanon, according to his mother, he went to Lebanon and came back a very religious kid. When you hear that a Muslim kid goes to the Middle East and comes back very religious, it's usually not a good sign. According to the left, that would be his love of phobia. According to the right, that would be just a statement of truth with no hatred behind it whatsoever. We have the secular version of the Islamic Republic of Iran. In the United States, it is the Democratic Party. It is the mainstream media. It is the universities.

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Fresh update on "university" discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:56 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "university" discussed on All Things Considered

"Grove saints are doing drills on the field behind their de cab county high school. It's a sunny human morning. This is a good team. So in the last 6 years, we've won four state titles. Head coach John Adams. This past NFL Draft we've put four guys in NFL Draft. Any other high school in the country will do that? No ma'am. Coach Adams is excited about this upcoming season. He's also watchful about keeping his athletes safe as they work out in this Atlanta heat. That's something a Niger green appreciates. The 17 year old defensive end says he's heard about past tragedies with heat killing athletes. We're able to hydrate anytime with no restrictions on the water. And the players aren't wearing their pads yet. And late July, they start out training without them. With the pads it gets hot, it gets heavy. It ties you down. These aren't just policies at Cedar grove. The Georgia high school association mandates a 5 day period without pads as a ramp up. We're seeing that that makes a big difference. But Cooper studies athletes and heat illness at the university of Georgia, and he wrote the heat rules for the high school association. They got put in place a decade ago. That's when Georgia was one of the worst in the country for high school football player heat related deaths. Clearly, there was a problem. But it wasn't just here. Research shows over a 30 year period nearly 60 football players around the country died from heat related illness. Most of them were in high school. But Georgia's turned the situation around. In addition to the mandatory ramp up period, teams have to measure the wet bulb globe temperature, which factors in heat, humidity, and sun exposure. Depending on that reading, there are more and longer breaks. And if it's hot enough, there's no outside practice. After the heat rules went into effect, Cooper did another study to see if they actually worked. And they did. There have been fewer heat illnesses and in programs that followed the rules no heat related deaths among high school athletes in Georgia. It's exciting from my part there is nothing that's more satisfying than me to be able to sit here and say, I've done some things that have saved lives. I am so excited to talk about Georgia. Becca Stearns is the chief operating officer at the Corey stringer institute, a program based at the university of Connecticut named after a Minnesota Vikings player who died from heat stroke. Stern says Georgia's rules have had a big impact because other states have used them as a model, though far from all states have heat rules. She says it's even more urgent now as climate change drives up temperatures and humidity. Unfortunately, I don't think our jobs are going to disappear. It's certainly a very relevant conversation in terms of maybe trying to act now before it becomes even more intense and we're seeing an uptick in the cases of heat illness. An experts underscore death for Pete stroke is preventable, but teams have to be prepared. Let's

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Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 2 d ago

Charlie Chats With Anonymous Genius “Kane” of Citizen Free Press

"I'm sure many of you have noticed in the last couple years how drudge report has just become a left wing rag. It's unreadable. I used to go to drudge all the time. I don't go anymore. There's a new website, though, that is surging in traffic. They do a wonderful job of aggregation and staying on top of the news. It is citizen free press dot com. They're I have to tell you traffic is unbelievable lately. And the man behind citizen free press is someone just called Kane. You could call him Citizen Kane. He stays anonymous so that the left doesn't screw with him and that he's able to continue to operate the website freely to give an idea. Susan free press had a 169 million page views in the month of July. That is more than Politico, The Wall Street Journal Huffington Post, NBC News, TMZ, CBS News Daily Beast, ABC News, and more. And the man behind citizen free press, who is just called Kane. He lives in Bloomington, Indiana, and moraine anonymous for many reasons, of which I fully support, joins us right now. Citizen Kane, who runs citizen free press, how are you? Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Thanks, Charlie. Glad to be here. And yeah, I'll touch on that a little bit. Look, from day one, I wanted to avoid any interaction with David Brock and media manner. And it's only grown in the last 5 years since I've been running the site, so it helps to stay anonymous. And somehow I've been able to do it for 5 and a half years. No one has no one listening has ever recognized that photo. Those are the colonnade of Thomas Jefferson's lawn in Charlottesville at the University of Virginia. So that's actually a reunion photo. So I'm a graduate of the University of Virginia. And used to be a progress grad, but in the new woke UVA, not so proud.

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Fresh "University" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "University" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Make the smart play. Beat the heat. At H 5 5 57 creek, four 38. Traffic and weather on the 8s back to bob and learned the WTO traffic setting. In Virginia 95 northbound slow coming up from Quantico the crash after actually one 50 triangle before dump frees, that has been blocking the left lane so be alert for that. It is still quite slow traveling north on 95 as you come out of Stafford and head north through garrisonville and up toward chronicle and the crash after triangle. Southbound, it's just volume delays had itself from Newton over the Aquaman past one 23, and then again, through garrisonville and Stafford, headed toward Fredericksburg, 66 just brief volume delays here or there, but inner loop, that is quite slow from the dollar's tall road headed for two 70 and in Maryland on the beltway eased up quite a bit now through Bethesda and Silver Spring, not to say it isn't slow. It still is getting past three 55, off and on past Georgia avenue and university boulevard toward New Hampshire, but in college park just a brief slowdown on the inner loop getting past route one. Baltimore, Washington Parkway, just some volume delays, both ways and fort Meade, north on up through green belt, 95 is doing all right, heaviest up through Columbia, both ways, and two 70 runs pretty well for the most part. You do slow down just a bit, headed up through Montgomery village on two 70, but even there. The slowest traffic really is in Frederick county as you get north of clarksburg and up past hyattstown and headed toward urbana. Protect your home from the invisible destroyer termites call home paramount pest

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Monmouth Poll: Jan. 6 Hearings Having Little Impact on Public

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 3 d ago

Monmouth Poll: Jan. 6 Hearings Having Little Impact on Public

"From newsmax here's a Monmouth poll the house January 6th select committee hearings have done little To change people's opinions surrounding the 2021 capital attack a new poll found Regarding former president Trump's culpability in the assault and claims of election fraud public opinion stands pretty much as it was before testimony Not only that Trump's favorability rating is nearly identical to where it was immediately after the 2020 election Also foreign pan Democrats would lean toward backing a comeback bid in 2024 according to the mammoth pole Of Trump Overall just 8% of Americans said the hearings have changed their minds about the capital instant Basically unchanged from 6% who said the same in June When we released our June poll I said the committee was preaching to the choir these current results suggest they haven't recruited any new singers since then said Patrick Murray director of the independent Monmouth university polling institute and the survey found 38% of respondents believe Trump was responsible directly for what happened on January 6th We know who they are Hardcore nut jobs That number stood at 42% right before the testimony of former Trump White House aide Cassidy hutchison So it's going down It's gone down Another 26% of respondents said Trump was not responsible But he encouraged those involved 32% Trump said Trump did nothing wrong regarding January 6 Hmong Republicans just 5% said Trump directly was responsible 23% said he encouraged the attackers I guess it's those 5% in that 23% that Larry Hogan and Chris Christie are really going to be fighting over

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Fresh update on "university" discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:31 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "university" discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Murdered. As the attempt was done by a young Muslim boy from New Jersey originally parents from Lebanon, according to his mother, he went to Lebanon and came back a very religious kid. When you hear that a Muslim kid goes to the Middle East and comes back very religious, it's usually not a good sign. According to the left, that would be his love of phobia. According to the right, that would be just a statement of truth with no hatred behind it whatsoever. We have the secular version of the Islamic Republic of Iran. In the United States, it is the Democratic Party. It is the mainstream media. It is the universities. As I read to you, UCLA law school is compiling a database of those who insult CRT. Critical race theory. The only difference between religious totalitarians and secular totalitarians is at least at this moment there wasn't true in the 20th century. It is not yet fatal to the critic of leftist ideas that in other words, they're not murdered. That's the only difference. You are fired, your name is murdered, your livelihood is murdered, but you are not murdered yet. I say yet because nearly all of the genocides of the 20th century were leftist totalitarians. Secularism breeds leftism leftism breeds evil. That's the way it works. You can deny it all you like. But that is the way it works. How do you explain the eruption of leftism in America? Where one is supposed to say it is a beautiful thing that there is an all black dormitory at Columbia University or in all black graduation. That is a beautiful thing at Columbia. It is a beautiful thing, as I always tell you, for the Ku Klux Klan as well. So these parallels between the Islamist and the leftist are very, very deep. One of the reasons the leftists feel like John Kerry, he is in with the Iranian regime. The foreign minister was his pal. Why wouldn't they be? Totalitarians like other totalitarians. Just remember the insult to Islam. Is exactly echoed in the insult to, and then you name the group other than white heterosexual Christian cisgender. Males. We're living through another hoax. I love the hysteria, just like that aids was an equal opportunity killer when in fact, in America at least, not necessarily in Africa. It overwhelmingly killed gay men and IV drug users. And of course, if you said that, the left said that you were insulting gays. Just like you can insult Muhammad. The question for the left is never. Please capitalize and italicize never. Is it true? The left no more asks if a statement that they don't like is true? Then the Islamic regime of Iran does. Truth is not a left wing value. So they don't ask is it true? They just tack you for insulting them. Or one of the groups whose name they speak for. To say that aids was a gay male, by the way, gay women were the least likely group to get aids. Yet it was still called homophobic. By the liars of the left, which is redundant, but needs to be stated in its redundancy. Now we have a new one monkey pox. Monkeypox is overwhelmingly fatal. Or even contracted by fatal two and contracted by gay bisexual men. Men who have intimate physical relations with another man. How big there is the percentage? I think it's, let's see..

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Montgomery College Internship Disallowed White Applicants

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:37 min | 4 d ago

Montgomery College Internship Disallowed White Applicants

"And that's a problem. If you're wanting a job at Montgomery college, in Maryland. So campus reform, the author of this great piece, Sterling Mosley. Writing that the university was looking to hire two faculty interns. Again, this is a community college in Maryland, and there was a requirement that the interns be minorities. Now it's a little weird. Yours truly, Todd steins is proud to be a hockey. A person of the Caucasian persuasion. A saltine American, if you will. We don't like to say that the cracker C word on my apologies. Were we able to dump that? Oh, we did. Okay, my apologies. So, the C word. You all right there. I know, I had to fall out of my chair. Saltine American. So anyway, campus reform got a hold of this. And they're like, wait, wait, what? You're only non white. If you are not a white person, you are not allowed to apply for the job. So it's like you show up, you've got a nice Brooks brothers suit and tie and you walk in there and your hair is combed and you smell nice. You smell good. The old spice. You got the shoes polished. Oh man, we're triggering people all over the place right now. You'll walk in there and you've got your resume and you're on time. For the interview. Which is very racist, judo. You walk in there on time and you hand over your resume and they don't even bother to look at it and they said, sorry, you're white.

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Fresh update on "university" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "university" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Will work every day to ensure that our exceptional nation long endures. But it may not make any difference. There are many here in Wyoming who are very upset. I got nothing good to say about Liz or dick. This is one of the reasons they say they will not vote for her and tomorrow's Republican primary. Cheney's continued attacks on former president Trump. Donald Trump made a purposeful choice to violate his oath. The most recent poll by the university of Wyoming shows only 28% of likely voters plan to vote for Cheney. CBS Steve futterman. Starbucks wants federal labor officials to suspend union elections at its U.S. stores more than 200 locations have unionized since last year. This is CBS News. Liberty mutual customizes your car and home insurance, so you only pay for what you need. Visit liberty mutual dot com to learn more. Four O three on Monday, August 15th, 2022, we have 75° in the nation's capital down to the 60s overnight. Good afternoon. I'm Brendan hazelton. And I'm Sean Anderson top local story we're following for you this hour kids will be heading back to class there soon, but one D.C. Catholic school needs to pick up the pieces first. Let's find out more from double DTO piece, the Luke lucrative. The first incident and saint Anthony Catholic school happened late last week. They found playground benches destroyed and a statue desecrated. And there he was on the ground. His head decapitated. I searched for his head before I came back in the building. I couldn't find his head. Now they've had a break in. A statue of Mary and one of Joseph were both smashed and money from a recent collection was stolen, principal Michael to myosin. You target someone that represents who we are in our mission. You cut off the head and take it with you. That's full of hate, and it's a hate crime. There is a GoFundMe for the school that hopes to replace or repair the broken saint Anthony statue. Luke Luger WTO

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Caller: A Christian Needs to Support the Constitution & Vote

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

Caller: A Christian Needs to Support the Constitution & Vote

"Let's go back to the top of the hour. You were talking about minister singing it's on Christian the vote. But that's a bunch of Bologna. Our constitution is a covenant between the people and the government. It's federalism. And that constitution, there's the concept of hasset, HE, SED, which is mutual accountability and responsibility. A Christian needs to support that covenant and the only way we can support the covenant is to get out there and vote and change God fearing people into office. Study the writings of doctor Kayla Fischer at a Liberty University. Some of these ministers need to get back and hit the books and educated on this process. Bill, I just think it's incredibly dangerous for the country because you've got churches that have been neutralized and they're more concerned and I know this is going to wrinkle some folks in rile some folks up. They're more concerned with their worship bands than they are with the word of God.

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The Indefensible Nature of Left Wing Evil

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:54 sec | 6 d ago

The Indefensible Nature of Left Wing Evil

"I'm a personal note. What does all this do to me? The weaponization of the government by the left. The sheer destruction of our schools in California and elsewhere by the left. The corruption of medicine by the left, the imbecilic nature of universities, because of the left. It confirms that it sort of every generation, there arises an evil, and I don't know why. It just does. But there are some that are more indefensible than others. The indefensible nature of left wing evil in America is that they're doing it against the good society.

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FBI searches Trump's Florida estate for classified records

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

FBI searches Trump's Florida estate for classified records

"Presidential historians say nothing like this has ever happened in FBI raid on a former chief executive Southern methodist university's Jeffrey engel says it's one of the Trump presidencies fascinating parts We've had to reconsider how often we use the word unprecedented This fits the bill I'm having a hard time finding anything that reaches the scale and the importance angle says the Trump administration's history keeps getting rewritten I remember saying when Trump was impeached that this is the first line of his biography for the rest of his life Now I don't think that's even in the first paragraph Sagar Meghani Washington

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'I didn't really learn anything': COVID grads face college

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 6 d ago

'I didn't really learn anything': COVID grads face college

"High school graduates are headed to college and still dealing with the learning disruptions of a pandemic They were sophomores in high school when the pandemic hit now young adults worry that upheaval and long stretches of remote learning have left them unprepared for college level work Angel hope is taking the summer bridge program at the university of Wisconsin at Madison I was more of going to online school to pass not really to learn He graduated near the top of his high school class and yet I think if I didn't take this program and I went straight into the fall I would be moderately unprepared Alison Wagner with the scholarship program all in Milwaukee It says many students are going on to college academically malnourished She saw startling numbers of applicants who spent half their school hours working part time jobs or couldn't study higher level math or science because of teacher shortages experts fear Many will struggle unless America's schools can find a way to close those learning gaps I'm Jennifer King

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Rains in S. Korea turn Seoul's roads to rivers, leave 8 dead

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 d ago

Rains in S. Korea turn Seoul's roads to rivers, leave 8 dead

"Heavy rain has drenched South Korea's capital region leaving at least 8 people dead and others missing and turning the streets of one affluent sole district into a river Stranded partially submerged vehicles litter parts of Seoul while people with umbrellas weighed through the water in the heavy nighttime rain commuters slowly returned to work Tuesday morning after emergency crews worked through the night to clean up much of the mess but there were concerns about further damage as French rain is forecast for the second day in a row earlier commuters had evacuated as water cascaded down the stairs of one subway station like a waterfall and in a nearby city a rain weakened hillside collapsed into a university soccer field I'm Charles De Ledesma

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What Is the Democrats' Agenda?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:00 min | 6 d ago

What Is the Democrats' Agenda?

"Can we not see this coming? I see it from a mile away. They don't want to pay for your school 'cause they love you. 'cause they care about your education. They want to indoctrinate you. If the government is paying for your school, they're gonna pick what you learn. Have you ever been to the military? You can suggest what you want your MOS to be, but according to your testing, they're gonna pick your MOS for you. In many cases. And if you ain't that smart, you feel to do what they tell you to do. Or your education is not paid for. Or they can say, you know, we only pay for your education at these universities. Oh, only the liberal universities that's going to indoctrinate you and make you crazy. Pray for pre care. Preschool. That's what they pitch. We want to pray for priests. We're going to pay for preschool. Government should fund and preschool should be free. Why? Because if they somehow fund preschool, they can then tell preschool what to teach your kids.

Why CRT Is So Dangerous With Pastor John Amanchukwu

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:16 min | 6 d ago

Why CRT Is So Dangerous With Pastor John Amanchukwu

"Explain why critical race theory exists and why it's so dangerous pasta John. Well, it initially started as critical theory from the Frankfurt school of Germany. Men like Carl Marx and grime sheet. Those men created critical theory, which is an offshoot of other woke ideologies like the patriarchal system, queer theory, critical race theory, hegemonic power, and so on and so forth. And critical race theory is a floating mass. It's hard to pin it down because it's very elusive. It is in our public school system. You find it in your Fortune 500 companies through diversity, equity, and inclusion. You find it in grievance studies as well in many of our universities and colleges. And really what it seeks to do is to label whites as inherently racist. And I'll be the first to tell you that all people have a propensity to be racist. We have it in us because it comes from a sin nature. And so we just can't label one people group as racist. We have to identify and be honest about it and say that all people have it in them to be racist.

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The Price Controls We're Not Talking About

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:26 min | Last week

The Price Controls We're Not Talking About

"From The Wall Street Journal, the so called inflation reduction act will be one of the greatest misallocations of federal resources in American history. The bill has many moving parts, but here's a simple way to sum up its macroeconomic impact. It would transfer about a quarter of a $1 trillion. Are you with me, my Friends? A quarter of a $1 trillion. Was that there was a time not long ago when a $1 billion was a lot. It takes a thousand $1 billion to make a trillion. The left is ruining the United States of America. The Democratic Party, the party of the left, the media, the media of the left. The universities, colleges, high schools, and elementary schools, the educational arm of the left. It would transfer about a quarter of a $1 trillion from America's pharmaceutical industry, which saves an extends lives and by the way a no fan of them either. The corruption involved in the vaccine alone. And the dishonesty there was enough, but it doesn't matter. He's right.

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Bernie Sanders's Economic Advisor Wants to Keep Printing Money

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:20 min | Last week

Bernie Sanders's Economic Advisor Wants to Keep Printing Money

"Is no shock that The New Yorker ran a piece, August 2019, titled The Economist who believes the government should just print more money. Stephanie kelton, a senior economic adviser to Bernie Sanders and Professor of economics and public policy at stony brook university, is popular in a way that economists almost definitionally are not. Filmmakers trail her with cameras. She goes on international speaking tours. And once it sold out a basketball arena in Italy, kelton is the foremost evangelist of a fringe economic movement called modern monetary theory, which argues in part that the government should pay for programs requiring big spending like the Green New Deal simply by printing more money. This is a polarizing idea. This spring at kelton spoke at The Wall Street Journal's future of everything festival on the day as a journal staffer introduced kelton as an economist with an idea that will either solve the world's problems or send it into ruin. She made a face and then walked on stage. So what exactly does she say? Well, adherents of MMT imagine a world built on MMT principles in which the government provides guaranteed jobs, healthcare affordable college, launches clean infrastructure projects to replace crumbling highways airports and bridges. Kelton, who does at least 5 interviews per week, plus lectures speaking gigs in conferences, is more than anyone else responsible for building MMT's digital army. So what exactly is MMT? Well, it means that we just spend money, and don't worry about it.

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What Do We Need to Do to Get Kids Into STEM Fields?

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:05 min | Last week

What Do We Need to Do to Get Kids Into STEM Fields?

"Graduating fewer and fewer engineers. We're graduating for a few mathematicians. We're graduating fewer and fewer scientists. It's just we're seeing it in our R&D and the fact that we're having to get engineers, scientists, physicists, others from over a C's from Asia and other places just goes to the fact that this growth that was happening here in the United States that gave us the mental capacity if you would to get to the moon was not being captured anymore today. It's not being captured in the way that it was that about what do we need to do and I've seen this out as a challenge. What do we need to do if you're listening to this podcast? You know, is the question. If you have younger children, if you have or maybe you have kids in college or maybe you're looking at what the knowledge gap that we're experiencing right now in our college and universities instead of worrying so much about the social aspects and the social conditioning and the politically correct culture, maybe we ought to get back to actually encouraging young men and young women to go into the sciences to go into engineering to go into the math because these are the things that give us the creativity and the answers that we need to live in the society that we're in.

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Polio fears rise in New York amid possible community spread

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

Polio fears rise in New York amid possible community spread

"New York State health officials are upping their call for residents to get vaccinated against polio citing evidence of community spread They're describing it as the tip of the iceberg in a statement New York health commissioner doctor Mary Bassett warns residents that for every one case of paralytic polio observed there may be hundreds of other people infected The polio virus has now been found in wastewater samples in both rockland and orange counties both known as centers of vaccine resistance fast it is urging the community to get it to keep from suffering the fate of an unvaccinated young adult who developed paralysis The first person known to be infected with polio in the U.S. in nearly a decade Doctor Jennifer nuzzo is an epidemiologist with Brown university This is not the first vaccine preventable illness we've actually seen in rockland county and just before the pandemic there was a very large measles outbreak in brocklin county Also due to low vaccine coverage Infected people could have no symptoms but still transmit the polio virus which can cause paralysis and even death I'm Jennifer King

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Liz Peek: Pres. Trump Needs to Announce His 2024 Campaign Immediately

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | Last week

Liz Peek: Pres. Trump Needs to Announce His 2024 Campaign Immediately

"Liz peak says that president Trump needs to immediately announce that he's running for president in 2024, and she says he needs to do that because of the fecklessness of the Republican Party. She says only president Trump's vision can lead us to a 70 seat red wave. Now this is something this is pretty remarkable because Liz peak is she's not one who is prone to hyperbole. So Liz peek is looking at all of the data coming in. She's saying that the, that the Republicans on Capitol Hill should be ashamed because they were snookered into supporting this $280 billion bill that's basically a handout, they got blindsided by build back better and she says that polling data and fundraising data is showing some very disturbing numbers. She says Republicans are losing steam in the fundraising and in the polls, and she says that the GOP is hovering on the brink. Now here is some of the data that she's been able to gather. She says that a Suffolk university polls shows voters preferring Democrats over Republicans by more than four points. She says the polling data gathered by 5 38 shows the GOP lead on a generic congressional ballot has all but disappeared and today Republicans are nearly tied with Democrats. As recently as mid June, the GOP had a 2.6 point advantage. Also, where are you some and I'm reading from Liz's column here, Democrats are outraising Republicans in online campaign donations. Now this

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John Zmirak: Transphobia Is Good and Should Be Official Gov't Policy

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | Last week

John Zmirak: Transphobia Is Good and Should Be Official Gov't Policy

"You have written so much, John that I want to make sure we have time to get into this. You write at stream dot org, what article shall we talk about that we haven't covered on this program yet? Here's a nice when someone transphobia is good and should be official government policy. Transphobia is good and should be official government policy. That's only the title folks. Okay, so what do you mean by that? Well, there was an exchange before the Senate, like two weeks ago and crazy stuff happens. So quickly that it disappears because the next insane thing has happened, you know? But two weeks ago, there was a professor from University of California at Berkeley. Testifying in favor of abortion up through birth for any reason at all, which is what the Democrats want. They pretend that, oh, we only want to allow it for ten year old girls who were raped by Jeffrey Dahmer on top of the Washington Monument. But in fact, they wanted for everybody who happens to be like in law school or using this birth control. They want abortion for everyone paid for by the government in religious hospitals, stuff down your throat. But they're pretend. All right, so she was testifying about how. Protecting unborn life would have a negative impact on people who become pregnant. Who can become pregnant? And senator Josh hawley said, do you mean women? And she got really upset. She said, there are many types of people who can become pregnant. There are trans men, and there are gender queer, and she went through a whole list of made up nonsense terms that sound like Pokémon characters.

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Is the 'Rejection Election' Tactic Enough for the GOP?

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Is the 'Rejection Election' Tactic Enough for the GOP?

"Bartiromo in first cut 13 asks senator barrasso from Wyoming, hey, what do you think about this midterm poll? By the way, every midterm poll is shortening and shortening. What looked like it was going to be an inevitable red wave. Democrats have done their work. They're motivating their base. They're registering voters. They're raising money. They're expanding their activist pool and Republicans are doing what? Well, first, let's play cut 13 of senator barrasso on Maria bartiromo show, play cut 13. Well, senator, I guess what I'm asking you is, shouldn't the Republicans be doing better at this point? And look at the congressional generic ballot and the congressional vote preference that we have here. Democrat 41% Republican 44% shouldn't the gap the wider shouldn't Republicans be winning. Well, I'm very optimistic about the elections in November. It's still a hundred days away. Maria, this is going to be a rejection election. The American people are going to reject the Democrats and Joe Biden because of the things that you just mentioned. Crushing inflation, chaos at the border, crime in this city's rejection election. Do you think that's going to be enough? Do you think the message of the Republicans being a rejection election is adequate to be able to win back the House of Representatives in the Senate? The polls are showing us no. It shows that we're actually getting within the margin of error. In fact, on certain polls, this is a short clip, cut to Maria bartiromo shows Democrats now have a four point lead on a general congressional ballot. And look, I know some of these polls can be wrong, but the fact they're tightening is cause for concern. They could be off by a couple points, but the trend is what you should always look at. Trends matter. Play cut two. USA today Suffolk university poll released on Thursday, has Democrats with a 4% lead on a generic congressional ballot. So Democrats now 4% lead in that poll, other ones show Republicans with a couple point lead, but regardless is that every single one of the polls, regardless of the polling agency you trust or you don't trust, it's tightening.

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"university" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

06:54 min | 11 months ago

"university" Discussed on ELITE University

"To it. It's like the the the results we saw just skyrocketed time for a quick commercial break. I want to invite you to join the elite university community to close membership group where you can meet other people who are dedicated to making better and better choices for their mind body and business. There are courses groups weekly accountability check ins weekly video. Chat hangouts sessions where we talk about anything everything and a lot more. It's a great place to learn how to reach elite levels so head over to elite dot university to apply today. See you on the inside it now. Back to the conversation with hunter in terms of timing right. Because you could have been like you know what i'll sit in a big help a bean dip. Let's do it tomorrow okay. So you could do it and then somebody might hear about it. So how long ahead were you planning. Was this six months ahead of time. You start talking to the owner and then six months later he actually doing it. Or was this a month. And you're handing out flyers with a little bit of messaging. Hey there's going to be something wacky in the parking lot on this time and day come see what it is or were you. Just ultra clear. Hey i'm going to sit in a tub of bean dip late. How how much of the gag did you give away. How far ahead of time right. Yeah what we did was. We gave ourselves a month's time and so that's a month worth of promotion started. Once we finished the landing page for it we gave ourselves a month to promote. And and that's also that's also strategically done because it's like we alerted the press just a week before it happened in and we really just wanted to go strong in terms of like once once the site was up and i was very clear with that you know we. I mean in terms of like the promotional assets. We had the page twenty four hour. Bean dip dot com and went. We went and recorded a little short video. That was just me outside of the restaurant. Sangyo ham hunter. And i'm going to be spending twenty hours of bean dip here and in it so real easy you know. You don't wanna be vague. I think if you have a great headline you want your really want to be aggressive with it and let people know and so it just started off with me just letting the entire stunt community now you know because You know los tourists also a kind of like a big Watering hole for for the stunk community. To you know back in the day. Like i mean cowboys would literally like ride their horses up to the parking lot of los toros tie them up going margarita and then like right off you know so you know so it's Very congruent in the sense. That i was like all right. I'm not alert. You know the stunt community then. We went online and started running ads locally. That was how we were able to help them. Build their list in a was by promoting the stunt and adding in that that giveaway. Because it's like the stunts great. That was for for me. Really it's like the stunt is the traffic stopper that's what gets people to say. Okay wh- what in the heck is going on with this man It in in very like polarized too. Many think like you know guy jumping into Beans i mean you know it's like okay that's far out. I mean you really have like. I mean just within seconds i mean just like people who just love and people who just ate it and in seeing that like i mean those the bickering back and forth over this ridiculous act was just amazing and and so then that helped like just drive up the advertisements that we were running online making it even more sharable and you know and so people would say they would say the stunt then they would opt in for the. Oh i forgot to tell you what we did. For the giveaway. I offered to give away a two hundred dollar gift certificate. Which was the equivalent to fifty bowls being live from the tub so they live from the tubby and gave that away. And so i think just like you know when you look at when you build a campaign in your you know you're helping out of business. I think aside from just doing a stunt because obviously a a stunt you're an event you know it definitely it. It takes a little bit more work. You don't you mean you definitely don't need to jump in a bean dip for twenty four hours to pull off a successful stunt either but you can apply that same sense of outrageousness or surrealism to your marketing. Messaging to better attract people. Because i think you know especially today were everyone's online. Everyone's promoting their business online. You know you you come to find that it's very easy just to kind of like follow the lead and say okay you know. They're they're kind of doing this so i'll do the same thing. And you end up finding that your your advertising cost is just so expensive because it's just if you can really dislike stop people and make them look at what you're doing because it just different. He ended up finding that. It's it's it's more effective and it's cheaper to. Yeah that makes a lotta sense all right so so you gave yourself a month and you were running ads locally geofencing. Your social media adds to the community. Get an awareness up to the community. Let that build direct them to the landing page that the only thing they needed to do was sign up in order to get that give away. That would be done at the day of the event. That's building buzz. Invisibility organically after the paid ads. And then about a week before the the go day. That's when you're reaching out to all the newspapers and and tv news saying hey in a week. I'm going to be doing this stupid thing. It's a great human interest story. You should probably come check it out right. Yes exactly and on that note so when it comes to the the pr in the publicity you know. It's you know when when you can offer someone on a silver platter. A guy who's spending twenty four hours in a tub of bean dip. It's very easy to run. That story. And i think it goes back to you. Know if you want it. You know if if you find that press can help your business you gotta come up with something newsworthy and.

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"university" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

08:08 min | 11 months ago

"university" Discussed on ELITE University

"Walk you through how that idea dawned on you from being the rockstar to you. Know what. I bet people would pay us money to be awesome for them. So how did you add you put into together. That's extremely insightful. Know because i think there's a lot of folks who come from the world of entertainment and and that's what it is you know is entertainment and then you come to find that like you put a lot of energy and time into creating whether it's performances or events or shows whatever it is that you're really doing in in that world you know you come to find that you know the buck or a really lack of a buck kind of stops and You know because just like you said it doesn't It doesn't really accomplish. A you know what we would consider to be a marketing goal. You know a case in point even like when we did be you know the the big mud wrestle which which was something. I just wanted to do just for the for the heck of it. It's great it's like you know. Events are fun you know and you can definitely throw an event and get a lot of people you know there and and then and then that will then that will quickly be forgotten. You know and it's onto the next thing you know. So how can you create something that is so. That's the see that was was planted. Because we would do all these interesting things. You know all the time really just kind of you know light people up but then you're like all right well. What is this really accomplishing. You know how can this help a brand or a business or someone else you know. Who was maybe interested in. That kind of like you know electrifying you know as you say sorta like rockstar sort of feel by creating something cool but we needed to accomplish a goal and so what what happened was last year. You know really just being you know locked in you my my place. Just as everything was was shutting down and everyone was all us scared to death. You know. I really became obsessed with how to create the perfect headline and and i just. I spent just my days studying copy. How do you create something that draws attention and encaptures commands people's attention And as i was doing that really just for fun you know. I been attached to thinking well if we were able to take this idea and then create an event based around like a headline that is proven to work. Then i think we can get like a whole lot of traffic to something and then if we take that and then attach it to a marketing goal. It would be just interesting to see the results like so now for the first time like. Why don't we treat an event based on this really. This proven like headline formula. That's just been done time and time and time again where on paper it. It feels organic and it feels like it just spur. Just dropped out of the sky but really it's not and you know and so i remember i was out in Visiting my mom and dad. You know in in georgia and you know i was it kinda hit me you know. We were sitting at a mexican restaurant. Y- eating and i was like well. What if i would. If i what if i were to spend twenty four hours in a tub of bean dip and in what we did you know. Why don't we. Why don't we have that. Be the headline man. Spins twenty four hours tova. Bean dip in initially started off as As in barbecue sauce. I think was was like i was like the first Scratch idea and we were kind of like playing with that for a little while and thinking that might be kind of interesting to see if we can kind of some hype around that if we can accomplish a goal here and it was at the same time you know that we had heard You know that. Back here in california over here in chatsworth. Which which is where. I would swear i live There's this restaurant. Los toros and in this is another mexican restaurant me and my family have been going here like four ever and they're very very popular in the neighborhood like big family restaurant. You know just just the type of restaurant that you know. My parents and might might chew sisters would go to all the time for special occasions so it was always like this was always the spot like birthdays holidays. No whatever it was you name it. We would go to los toros and they have this like taylor bean dip like this addicting bean dip. Everyone here knows the beat. And and i i. I saw online that they were struggling. Due to to co vid and people here in the neighborhood were putting up go fund me is trying to do different things just to kind of get the word out that los toros needs our help right now and You know. And so. I saw that and i called the owner nick and just presented the idea and said you know nicolette. We'd like to try something here. you know we in so again we. We did not go in saying you know that this is. This is a proven. This was our first test really to see if we can create one of these outrageous ridiculous events based on the headline to to drive the traffic and do all that stuff and he was like he was like. Yeah would you be okay with you. Know drinking a margarita in the tub and i was like of course absolute. Let's do it. I'm not just okay with it. I prefer it. Yeah yeah let's let's do it. Let's them margaritas to and so in so then Then what happened was so. I built the landing page for them. Built the flyer for them and when we started you know working with the messaging you know where You know his it's it is it is popular when you're trying to drum up some traffic for a restaurant or that people will do like giveaways new little things like that. You know my my thinking is always like everyone's trying to advertise something everyone's trying to market everyone's trying to promote and what ends up happening is like you know folks kinda start doing the same thing you know and we start getting we start seeing the same thing over and over and over again and it loses that special quality or like you know what we would say is that surreal quality. You know the thing like the magic of seeing something that's far out completely unique in different for the very first time. That gets us so excited to wanna you know that that stops are day to pay attention to whatever the heck that thing is just in the same way that like magic or stunts things of that nature do and so because minds like how do we. How do we do that for business owners. How do we do it. to draw attention to what they're doing so we have to do something that's added the ordinary so even when it came to like the giveaway. That was like all right like we want to. You know we're doing this stunt but we really wanna like blow up your guys email us you know. We want to market this to people like local in the community. We wanna get as many people as we can. Subscribe to this flyer. You know so. We're like so back in the day it would have been like all right. We're doing an event You know we'll we won't know who you are at the at the end of this and it was like every single day we were seeing like hundreds of people opting into this and it was like it was just beyond like any other just standard giveaway promotion. Just your standard marketing thing that we we would have had done before for other businesses. It's like once we attach a truly far out outrageous story.

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"university" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

18:16 min | 11 months ago

"university" Discussed on ELITE University

"To go to give people context to understand what in the world you're talking about. Sure i think there were two moments that kind of combine to have me. Think of that book. One moment was described in the face was in tucson. Arizona was taken party conference from the is zonal which was accompanied with biannual was called toward the signs of consciousness and detracted different people from different fields. You get philosophies. Biologists system science computer science buddhist monks. You named game which was really interesting to get over spectrums anyway. So a deep at the end of the conference as conferences gardens at dana. That particular didn't happen that the What is was it a zoo or something that beaut-beautifully bassist outside the song you know with where you can actually touch the animals. It was beautiful. Sound set you can imagine the same ideallic. I was sitting at a table with discussing conscious. Some kind of like drifted to beta commanded data on the star trek and suddenly instead of discussing this sort of scientific things around artificial intelligence Geeking out on on all the moves. The book sweet and that kind of like stock may okay. Wait a minute. maybe that's why we're here. We're here because many years ago right. We've watched those films in heddon stories and there's something about the stories that kinda like motivate young people young men and women kids to follow of science right and and if that's the case then why is that. What's the stories that make us want to invent things wasn't the narratives. The drive science never words so that was like a like a big question and then this kind of like eureka moment with another eureka moment which was know artificial intelligence. And everybody's talking about of diligence now. But it's been for awhile. It's been like sixty years since people have been trying to do fishing. And of course now you know. Most people of like more focused and more humble about what division intelligence supposed to do the making task science But the original idea but artificial intelligence an idea that has not left us by the way is how we can create an intelligent machine as intelligent as us ultimately a conscious machine something that is us but in a different body. Okay that is the core idea. The holy grail of cushions stimulus. And then i thought why do we wanna do that. I mean you know. I mean i i can understand why build airplanes and spaceships submarines in computer But why exactly do we wanna build us in another full right to so. That was the second question with those two questions. I i went away and tried to seek onces. Okay for example. What is it about a human the human mind about a coke addicts system but the way nature to put together. That wants us to build things that look and behave like us right. Where did this come from k. What are the origins of that. Drives okay and you don't need to wait for the nineteen fifties to see that dr manifesting in the quest for artificial intelligence. That's what i discovered this drive to project. We are minds hopes. Fears bad things about the good things about us. Everything about us on do artefacts has a long history. In fact is as long as the as the human species itsel again and that was that is why perhaps strangely perhaps paradoxically. I begin a book about the intelligence with the first episode artifacts that has been discovered at lyon. Little of irish statuette is discovered in germany. Which is like forty years ago fasten years ago right and all about the big bang of the human mind which i think is. It's it's an amazing idea right and it's you know we still trying to explain that what happened was is a species. We have two hundred thousand. Maybe three hundred thousand history behind the evolutionary history. Right what you see. Modern humans you know being around for three hundred thousand years and yet only in the last forty maybe sixty thousand years and that happened across the world europe. You see that in you know in asia elsewhere does will something happens. Right and all brain's kinda like changed k. And we know that because of art. Suddenly you know those answers of ours. I thought okay. You know what. I'm going to go out and hunt for food. I'm gonna just chew loud here and just build. You know this beautiful indicating drove this beautiful things i put joy of. It's okay by. I mean this is. This was amazing. Okay so they want to go on and on our give you asked me something as well but just erupt this up you know and then i realized that there is a reason for that is clearly a reason for it. We know why we know wine and the reason why a something feely mind. That's the name that's how we call this ability of the human cognitive system at about the age of three writes When we realized seventy that other beings around is a mother father siblings even the dog or the cat. We have one heavy mines barrel different than house might. Let's go theory of mind. We don't know if we have mind you know try by yukon unfortunately Make there's no way you can check it right. It could be a zombie against a virtual president Ai right nine. So may you. We have no idea of taking each other out by the way right but instinctively. I feel that you're a human sitting opposite me right now and that you have mind and emotions and and that's what makes me communicate with you. That's how we connect right now. So let's go theory and that theory of mine is at the root of just about everything that is good and bad in humanity. Because it's all about manipulating up. It's it's all about becoming a social date right for better for worse for better. Let's think about fear we sit in the in the theater onstage. There are some people pretending to be somebody else the telling us a complete lie. Okay and yet. We're sitting there and if the place good the actors go wait will stop crying laughing or you know. We believe everest right. We know it's not true. But we believe that theory of the mind and that makes us better and then on the other side. You have know right not to germany manipulating millions of gems to hate the jews footing since ride k. That that's what i mean about the good and the bats but the same mechanised underneath everything else. Everything that's described in your book you've touched on the nature of hold numbers in the beginning of connecting mathematics and logic as representations of the same kind of thing and. I don't know if enough people appreciate just how devastating irrational numbers were and. I think that that's still at the heart of the ai conversation too. Because you're saying it's all fundamentally is intelligence computational you compute it and i think the rains figured out that you can't due to the nature of of irrational numbers. So i wanted to kind of turn your spotlight to that for a little bit so let me try to unpack a few ideas right because this visit a few ideas that's kind of like fusible. Let's try to unpack them. So let's start with artificial intelligence since this is perhaps the the main topic. Let's say now there are. Two school thought in are deficient intentions. H and the difference between those two schools thoughts is around the question. How is knowledge about the world represented in the machine house represent. How does the machine know about the world because knowledge is very important because once you got the knowledge then you can take decisions you can take. Actions accepted accent. Some knowledge is at the heart of that and how you represent knowledge is very important so one school of thought call the symbolic school of thought which had been dominant for many decades and he's not dominant anymore is out of fashion. Says you know what the machine should create a symbolic representation of the world because really that's how humans do it as well and that's cool. Authorities based on bad long history philosophy mathematics starting back from the greeks where ended belongings where they started using symbols in order to represent concepts and some of the signals were indeed numbers right and as soon as they numbers were discovered. The big question was asked what existed The numbers exist before the things that you count or the numbers exist because you count things so this this debate has been going on for the past. Five thousand years wade johnson. And you have you know camps supporting opposite views right so you have a view. You know the so-called play tennis. Let's say right the numbers abstract numbers pre exist. Everything else okay. And this idea is very powerful The is all about the mathematicians have so the mathematicians when they when they come across new ways of thinking about mathematics that color by mathematical discoveries. Right they use the word discovery in that means that the mathematics pre existed there somewhere that other somewhat hiding and then you know we kind like shed some light into the darkness and we discover real numbers discover group theory says that me because because numba a non materials things right. The number one is not made that the bathrooms led by dove energy. Not by the nothing. It's of universe. So you have this concept that perhaps the whole unions is a projection of something else. Something that's outside begins and that's a very interesting concept to explore so the symbolic School of thought in efficient Adopted that approach right. That approach is that we can understand the world symbols through logic logical relations now the other school of thoughts which belongs to the same category with the people who believe that you need to have things to count in on the phone numbers to exist so so the number two does not exist unless a have to things other two rabbits to cows on two problems. I don't know something again. That's how numbers came to be. Because i had to express that so that school of thought is very much closer to the hard scientific school. That's the empirical school for tonight. That says okay. I can only know things that i can. Measure might end because i cannot measure anything outside that you cannot measure things that are not electrons. Not quarks not energy that none of the above than all those things. Just simply don't exist. Can because i mentioned this felt so that ruled the scientific school fogel embarrasses cake represents that second school of within our deficient pencils that looks into the how knowledge is represented in the human brain. And says you know what. I'm gonna try to mimic the structure of the brain so the brain has Instructor has neurons communicate with each other. So well i'm going to do is i'm gonna take that and put it into the machine and that's the dominant school right now. Not fisher dentist so yet when you hear her in you know you have a face. Recognition have a machine that Hey jonathan by it okay. The way does that. It does because it's it's based on technology goal. Neural networks on Urinate works a based on a concept about the that the neuro a biology of the humor. Bray i hope i haven't confused view and compete every boggy but really. That's a steak right here. In the reason why. I'm trying to explain. That is that you see how far we have to go into the future to really understand what's happening today. I think we need to do that right. Because it's connected relatives so you see the debates. We have for example in cosmology k. Shall we for example. Accept the fact that you know. We live in a free miracle by that means. We don't have to explain big bang. It happened we can explain everything after the big bang and that's fine. Yeah but why did that thing happen. And why was so finally to. You know that begs flirt announced but unfortunately we can't answer that unless we can measure what happened before the big bang glistening critical science and then you have for example in the same in the same space shifting gears towards cosmetology right. Now just make a point. You have for example string theory. Sustaining theory is purely mathematical theory. That explains the reverse but it explains in the way that you have to accept that there is another type of reality beyond space and time in many more dimensions right that is purely mathematical k. An out of mathematics emerges the material universe. This is exactly what later in the platen said. You know by gordon's before plato. Right so so these is that War is like in western philosophy in western science in since the dawn of time and deficits don't western civilization right and and what the point of making the book is that this is a unique thing about western civilization right we. We are the ones that suffer from that schizophrenia. Right okay if you look at other great civilizations in china and elsewhere. They don't have that problem k. So is this good. Is it bad. Well i think it's a little bit good than limit. A little bit. Bad is at world was unhappy. A little bit good is that we we constantly innovate a great things. Right so anyway. But that's that's a different conversation. But anyways i'm trying to like unpack those concerts because i think for me. The the interesting how everything connects right end. It makes i think also it is also very important for us to understand that because we are faced now with several ethical questions around the use of ai. you know the use of data It has social implications and and we can't really find solutions for the social implications of artificial intelligence unless we understand as clearly as possible whether the fundamentals what what drives is the g. rated visit. Come from what is he trying to do. Why for instance about machines is being all tonos. Donna something that we understand as a human quantity you and i are opponents beings at least in the democracy in that means we have choices Freedom is only limited by freedom abouts but until that point. And it's a very broad. We can be whoever we want right. And that's great but that's humor but we build machines with the same premise is is truly what we really want to do here. I strongly doubt that we want to build machines. That can whatever they like. All right. that's dangerous anyway. Let me pose title of time for a commercial break. The american society of training and development found that people are sixty five percent more likely to reach a goal after committing to another person. Their chances of success increased to ninety five percent when they build ongoing meetings to check in on that progress. So if you want to be more successful than you simply need to tell someone about it and then have them follow up with you. That's why the members of the university community check in on monday with this week's goals and then on friday. I personally follow up with every single person to see how they did this week. The simple accountability habit has catapulted members better than anything else. They'd tried in the past. 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"university" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on ELITE University

"You're the first responder near fight if you don't understand that your self awareness informs your actual cognitive situation awareness than you can't realize you're the guy goes. I don't even know what happened. How did he get that close. It's because you blinders on those blinders aren't really blinders. They're unconscious bias here. You know if you don't realize you're arrogant asshole. You're prejudice or your conceded. You every friday night i get into fight. What the problem is. Well let me share this muir with you as well right. There's you've got and so a big thing we do. It's very holistic as we. We teach people about this self awareness connection and you said something earlier About about reframing stuff is like when everyone wants to do that that you know the the gun disarmed than than the knife. Disarm the get over headlock so probably five or six years ago. I said you know we've got to redefine self defense and and right now people wanna learn. Hey i'll teacher fight and when people say to me you know. Hey i need you. Teach my kid how to fight or you need. My wife had to fight. i go. i'm going to teach her at a not fight going to teach you how to not fight for a couple of reasons one. I wrote this article. Years ago called the economics of violence and the the basic the gist of it was that no matter how wealthy you are emotionally. Psychologically or financially. You can't afford to be attacked that when you're attacked your family's attacked your businesses attack if it impacts your self esteem your confidence it again be like you know. Oh what are they a like like people say. Hey what's what's in your wallet through your purse worth your money. I'm not saying to fight for for materialistic stuff. I'm talking about when if somebody breaks into your house and you got a friend that goes well. Did you have insurance you go. That doesn't change the stain on your brain. How disgusting it feels that some predators in your house but also how unsafe you now suddenly. You're triple checking the door. You hear a sound you're on..

"university" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on ELITE University

"Violence wanna make that really clear. It's an interesting thing because people think of me is like always knuckle jaggery likes to fight. He lays violence. Welcome to the elite university. Podcast i'm your host jonathan pritchard. Today's episode is a conversation with someone. I respect a lot. He spent four decades looking into the heart of fear. He's been vetted and used by the world's elite warriors trainers coaches and leaders. Even if you never face a life or death situation you still might be surprised. How much fear you're dealing with when you start a side hustle or ask someone out on a date or all the things you think.

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"university" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on ELITE University

"And twelve is already so hard there is more people have walked on. The surface of the moon has done twelve rings so is less than ten people in the history of planet earth. Hello and welcome to the show. I'm your host. Jonathan pritchard and this is the elite university podcast. The show dedicated to helping you. Make your most ambitious goals a reality..

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"university" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on ELITE University

"Has never been an aspect of my career that i have enjoyed less than being a keynote speaker Is it it is i felt guilty. Cashing those checks. Truly did i felt guilty to the point where i completely abandoned this keynote speech which was called the choice is yours. I abandoned it. And i got up there and instead started telling stories for my career which made me feel better which in turn engaged the audience. A little better but these keynote speakers unless it somebody who has stepped foot on the moon developed a cure for a terminal disease or one three. Or more world championships. I don't care what you have to say. I don't care because ninety percent of it is going to be smoke. it's going to be smoke you know. Listen if you're up there. If you're you i'll tell you who i'll go see. Speak on key sales techniques any one of the sharks from shark tank. They can talk about sales. If you wanna talk about a positive attitude it better be a better be. I'll go see tony robbins. Tony's great if you wanna talk about persistence and determination your name. Better be michael jordan. Or larry bird otherwise. I don't wanna hear it because it's nonsense. I've never met a group of people who inflate their salaries so much. You know if anyone is telling you what they're getting paid. They're lying because no one discusses what their kid. If somebody says. I get fifteen grand keynote. They'll you don't. You're staying in the same hotel i am. And why is that. The fourth thing you've said you know we've only been talking for ten minutes. But i know i. I did the whole national speakers association. Nonsense it's all utter nonsense. If you want to learn from somebody in your specific field find somebody who has done it at done it. Well pursue them by their book and learn from them for me. When i knew that game show hosting was what i wanted to do. I went straight to the top. I begged bob barker to mentor me. And thankfully he's a big saint louis cardinals fan and he got married in saint louis and we had that connection. So he allowed me to come see taping after taping after taping. I didn't graduate college. But i sat in the audience of the prices ride for three four days a week for. I can't tell you how long and you know he would talk to me. After the show's we'd be standing on the stage talking about blocking and pauses creating drama and enhancing risk and really learning about a contestant. But i'm not gonna go to some you know i've been to these game show hosts can win or these game show conventions and i. I don't know who these people are. You know but that keynote speaking world i everybody goes through a personal development phase in their lives. You know whenever you had a hard time it look. When i went through a divorce i bought a couple of books. I'm not gonna lie and say that you know. I'm i'm human but looking back now. I realise those books were a waste of fourteen ninety five. You know and we get when you do a podcast. You get inundated with quote unquote experts. Who wanna come on your show. I don't know how you become an expert in this or that but You know you gotta before you invest your time or your money in some guru or some expert. Really do your homework. Because people were too hard for their money to just throw it away but they keynotes. Oh my god. Yeah that that is that is worth its weight in gold because every single big opportunity that i've ever had came directly from a relationship that i had with somebody who was way better at everything i wanted to know how to do. So my whole strategy for my whole life has been figuring out what i wanna do figure out who's really good at it. Then figure out how..

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"university" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on ELITE University

"Break. I want to ask you if you ever thought about learning another language for me. I took a couple of years of french in high school and it wasn't something i was super thrilled about. It was lots of rote memorization in mindless repeating phrases. That i didn't really understand so it wasn't the best experience. Flash forward couple decades later a find a platform called mandarin blueprint method. If you somehow don't know. Mandarin is one of the most spoken languages in the world. It's also super hard to learn for most native english speakers. It's a tonal language which means that every syllable can have a variety of inflections and the writing is not based on sound there little pictures basically. You either know what it is or you. Don't so there's no phonetic just sounding it out and all that up and you basically see you buy almost. Nobody even tries to learn mandarin in the first place and if they do start they're not going to keep up with that. That's why i love. Mandarin blueprint method so much. I've been using it every day for about two years and it is seriously impressive. It's made by two guys who has somehow made it through to a high level of fluency in reading writing and speaking mandarin and they've created a system that teaches you how to read write and speak all at the same time they're method uses really cool demonic techniques that i was already familiar with but they've applied them in such a cool way that it's actually a lot of fun to learn mandarin in a way that avoids all the major pitfalls of most strategies. You'd find somewhere else so yeah go check it out. Elite dot university slash mandarin for details about how to get started. That's it for the commercial. Break back to the conversation with todd. Awesome awesome from a couple opportunities that i had to. Mc it was tech conference in investment conferences. The the feedback was. Oh my god. We've never that. That was the best conference ever up until this point. He's had karl who was nice around the water fountain. He's hilarious in that context. But you know we've had people tell us they. They didn't expect us to have this conference again. Because of how awful it was run we had no clue how important in mc was to the whole success of the event. The have you faced any of that and also how do you help. Educate your clients on. Listen the mc is the lightning rod for whether or not everybody loves the whole thing and emcees are often times. The last detail managed. They'll have three different kinds of desert nail down before they even think about. Who's going to be the interstitial. Who's going to vamp win. The speaker isn't miked yet and the whole production comes to a screeching halt. But how do you help folks appreciate the value of what it is that you're bringing into the table. Well let's let's. I remind everyone mc is it's not emc e it's mc as a master of ceremonies master. That's a huge word. I am the master of these voting..

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"university" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on ELITE University

"Have some happiness right but it'll be it'll be fleeting contentment. And one nece is only achieved from focusing on who are in restoring that link and the rest happens without words without anything. It's an intuitively designed system that that changes the outward perceptions of your entire live with no rallies no tickets. I got the front row like none of those things. It happens in the heart in the seoul in the backcountry of here in montana. And that's my journey. And that's all i do so like if i go do. Something has a profound impact on my life. I just had it with that off. Did it works. i do that like it it. So that's that's what's cool about the program. It's innovative not a program. I called the un program really because it's not a program because we don't tell them any the they're like they're out there like learning again on himselves spending forty one days with themselves it is saying hi to complete and total stranger. And that's a sad thing when you're fifty years old or forty five years old and your life your kids off to college. You're miserable you're all kinds of Life is down and you're like the whole time what you're looking for. you already had. you already had. It was right there in your front pocket love. It sounds about as good a place to sick. That landing as i've ever heard. I definitely appreciate you spending so much time sharing your story and everything so for the folks that are all about you and i like his vibe or somebody that's like fuck. I know somebody who needs to know him. Where's that the folks should start their journey. Well you can check us out at heroes and horses dot org. You can check us out on instagram. At heroes and horses and you know we have a lot of incredible content that we put out there kind of a lot of the things i shared. We share. we don't like Or not i mean we're just really raw and honest and what we put out there when people like our and at the analytics or any of those things and we share really strong messages in checking out on my own instagram Hundred dollars or something. Right access started at which i love out there saying the words at three hundred three speaking my truth man. I'm doing differently now and asked what i say to. The machine sucks but check out. Here is an dot org. This is a wonderful broadcast jonathan. I'm really thankful for the opportunity. I'm great to reconnect with you. I'm really glad that like you reached out. And i see stuff you're doing. I loved it. And you've got a lot to offer the world in a. I've read through a lot of your stuff. So stay that course and in his sounds like you are in And i look forward to working with again. The future huge thanks to mica for being our first guest of the show. I really appreciate him again and sharing his work and again. This was just a fraction of the conversation. We had supporters of the podcast will get access to the full conversation or as much of the conversation. I'm legally allowed to share without violating national security protocols. And that's not a joke. And i want to thank members of the elite university who are currently supporting the project through memberships taking courses and being active in the community in no particular order. Peter vale walker. Brad rutta crater hunter sacra tillis. Faster russ zero zero nine one neo. C seven judd taylor will hair. Vw conception sushi are if a tom britain franklin brown seed monte raymond riley madeira. I o benjamin williams. Sydney smith liquid death. T graham lewis a twenty ryan are john k andrew hill t s michael. Johnson had a bit biz. Sickener fig bus and finally we'll go to join the community head over to elite dot university in find your way in there. This has been the elite university. Podcast your host jonathan richard..

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"university" Discussed on ELITE University

ELITE University

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on ELITE University

"The reconnection to salve any no self is connected to source like as far as i'm concerned and you know what happens is is that where you're supposed to be in life directed directly related to the strength and continuity of that connection to source and so if you're not connected to that source than what you are is an album nation of other people's ideas about what life should be and so just chase these little rabbit holes down an eugene I always like you know. You walk to barnes and nobles like like you walk in there and it's like it's like you know twelve steps to a good life you're like okay and then you go now. I'm like you go down the bosley eight steps. Well definitely going to buy twelve. Because i can do it in a way that i doubt over there is one the soon there's going to be one step to a good line right in people. Just they spend their life on the self help bullshit when the reality is. You can't help what you don't know because you're not you. So what are you helping your helping amalgamated. In interpretation of all these ideas of religions governmental contracts idea people. Life coaches mystics. Zoom sayers demons which whatever. And you're like you're sitting there and you're like a miserable like what have you tried well to bob. Franken read this. Do this tony. Romm woo like Everyone's like fired up and it doesn't work because you you spend your life pursuing other people's concepts rather than your own when you when you when you restore that link than you have to have the confidence in strength and then use your mind said okay. This is what i'm gonna do right. And then you're intuitively moving through life not using force and grinding pushing these guys grind wake up every day grind like no the folks listening to. This can't see the video we've got. I got this at one of the conferences where we met and it says rising grind. I never wear this out of the house the that whole grind a. That's not my vibe. Just just need no. I'm right there with you flow right you flow because life is a flow. It's it's it's i. Listen i did it i grinded. I mean i did a wake up. Every day. couldn't lift enough ways. I couldn't run enough things. I couldn't accomplish. You know ironman and this and feet straight and all these things right. Because really what i was doing was just trying to be a thing. I was trying to be at trying to maintain my place of becoming something. You're disconnected from your source of self and all that creative energy isn't devoted to creation is devoted to maintaining this external reference point in. That's exhausting year. that's it you just nailed it. I mean that's that's it. That's what i see. The problem with humanity lake humanity has a disease. It has a virus in the mind. It has a. Has it disease that we've contracted where you know. There's a one in one chance that you die right and we're so worried about the mechanics like gonna get cancer is a bus gonna hit me patty gonna stab me and my sleep like what like. It doesn't matter who cares like we should put that to bed right like whatever it's gonna be it's gotta come over. Don't have so the terribly flesh off but if it does whatever you know it is what it is like. The idea is to go beyond the physical realm in everything. Today is designed to trap you in the physical is you get a million dollars won't be enough. We get ten million. Won't be enough one billion us shit. That has five billion. Oh he's got five. I'll get ten saudis. He's got one hundred one hundred miles. Got one hundred fifty ac. I can never win right. Wasn't he wants to take over mars. There is no end state. There is zero n state right so that that means i reject that system because if you gave me a billion dollars today put me on a deserted island. I die right. So it's relative. That game is only a relative game. And so we think that there's some nc state like what drives a person to wake up work. Eighty hours a week neglect. Their kids the glac their health. Do all these things right to get to. Where where where are you going. You're going nowhere. Yeah you have a bunch of stuff cool but cars going to break down and it's not gonna matter and you get the next one either seventy seven airplanes that miserable. I'm like what's is going to be seventy eight seventy nine. We're going to do like you gotta learn to fly yourself wings. installing is no end. Stays like just like wake up and just reject authority right in authorities. What can shrug roles as it's placed upon us a traps us in bizarro world where it's never enough. You're never good enough. You know jonathan. You're never get enough. You'll never have enough. You never have enough clients. Never have enough and you'll just burn. Burn burn and the next thing you know you're just like and then the tickers there. And they're like don't worry you save a lot of money and you got good health insurance and now we're gonna take this little strong on your bank account we're gonna we're gonna suck it all back so you can get another five eight years out outliving in a wheelchair so i mean. We don't want that. We want to thrive and live harmoniously. And if a self actualized person a person plugged in the source is not like. Let's do math in rob a grocery store like up a consciously actual is being doesn't do that right. Gandhi is not like at the ufc like smashing beer cans on his forehead right. Like i mean because they understand the greater meaning a hawaiian flag in. That's connection in that link has been broken is a my vision is really for this kind of like universal shift in power perceiving life and relating to one another as humans in. We've lost that because we just judge people by what they have or what they're trying to become and that's why instagram and all these sally eighteen thousand dollars and then like which is nothing. I'm not saying it'd be cool. But like i like instant payments but i just like woke up one day and i was like i just deleted it. And they're gonna work should be like dude like you should have like. I would have liked it for you. Know just like delete it. I started up a new one three world but.

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"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

Fantasy Football University

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

"What is going on guys. Welcome back to the show fantasy football. You this episode. We're going to be wrapping up week. Eight talking about all the games that transpired over the weekend talking beneficiaries losers talking about all the needs to know information regarding fantasy players in introducing a new segment called. How did we get here. There's so much information again to such little time i'm ready. Are you ready to sketch now before we get right into the content. I do want to put out. There are social media handles just so that you guys are aware that you guys can follow us in. Stay up to date with all the need to know information other than just the podcast for twitter. Follow us at finicky. F underscore you. That's f. a. N. t. a. s. y. f. Underscore you follow our instagram at fantasy. Football uni that's f. a. n. t. s. y. f. o. t. b. a. l. l. underscore u n and also look us up on facebook. There is a facebook page for guys. It's in the group's action look fantasy. Football university were out there. Click that joined by an owl. Get you guys admitted immediately to get all your questions answered and be part of the fantasy football community but without.

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Fantasy Football University

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

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"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

Fantasy Football University

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

"That treated Jimmy G. and J. G. returns home to play the New England patriots. So that's always fascinating to watch as well. Moving out of the steelers titans game I mean, this is pretty self explanatory folks to undefeated teams ranked number two and number three in the pro football rankings. I mean this is going to be great. This is going to be great I mean there's I don't even have to Santa the. We're talking about the steelers best in the League taking on King Henry himself can the steelers gang tackle and stopped Derrick Henry on the ground. BUCCANEERS versus the raiders. Raiders coming off a bye week. Two weeks to prepare for the bucket nears the buccaneers coming off that great game against the Green Bay packers looking have both these teams respond. Last time we saw the raiders they beat the Kansas City chiefs they played really well. Now. Again, we throw in the wrinkle of the raiders not having their entire offensive line this week at practice due to Kobe Kobe situations. I, don't even know if they're all GONNA play or if they're not all gonna play I mean this could be a disaster. If you're the raiders game might be a blow in a in a hurry. And I also know that a lot of people would not be surprised if the the Vegas raters upset the buccaneers this week. So I'm expecting crazy things to happen in this game But I do think it's going to be a great game to watch. Last but not least Monday night football bears versus the rams the bears enter five and one rams foreign to the rams taking that heartbreaking loss last week from the San Francisco Forty niners looked like the rams had all the momentum in the world coming into that game and then they kind of just did nothing. Bears. Quiet. At five hundred one really really quiet. Defense Wins Football Games it does it does it does their offense isn't really clicking but. It is an uptick with Nick foles at quarterback. Do this is going to be a very interesting matchup imaginable defenses. I don't really expect to be high scoring. Expect it to be an old school smash Mel. Defensive. Type. Game it's going to be a great one. Make sure you tune in and watch the bears versus the rams on football. And we have back on the phone a familiar face to this podcast. My good friend Mr.

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"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

Fantasy Football University

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

"Stardom do whatever you gotta do but you want this man on your roster last but not least Brian Tannahill. Cuba nine on the year I was able to pick this week off waivers. I was extremely satisfied. I didn't play him but with losing Dak Prescott, I was in dire need of a quarterback and went out grabbed. Ryan Tannehill very happy ninth. On the year for qb points is averaging twenty three point five, which is sixth for quarterbacks on the air. I mean, it's exactly what you want. I'm getting out there I'm going after Ryan Tannehill. Okay. Now, let's talk about some winners of week six who did this week benefit the most I up on the list the buccaneers buccaneers lose last week to the Chicago bears on Thursday night football. Tom Brady doesn't know what down it is everybody's laughing at them saying that they don't know what they're doing down in. Tampa Bay this week, they have a tough bounceback game to play the Green Bay packers and boy did they put on a show I? Mean this was an absolute clinic that the Tampa Bay buccaneers put on thirty eight unanswered points they win it thirty eight to ten I. Mean They couldn't have been any more share handed than that. Great Job buccaneers way to bounceback back. Guys deserve that win. San Francisco Forty niners absolutely embarrassed in week five by the Miami Dolphins. It was just it was devastating. I. These guys just looked horrific. They had to bounce back and play the rams. They entered this game two in three the bottom of the division they have to play the rams form one at the top of the. Division. They needed this game. This was like a must win for them and it was Inter division game and they played like a completely different football team. Really they really did. They took it right to the rams. Their defense was back. They did not look the same defense from a week ago playing the Miami Dolphins and they won that one broncos. Great Win, versus New England Patriots. broncos despite. Throwing two interceptions and only scoring eighteen points coming off the ball field goals, their defense hell England, twelve points, I mean they showed out. So congratulations to the broncos to advance two and three, and the week six have benefited the absolute most the number one team that have benefited. The most was the Tennessee Titans, the titans up and down game. They're just lucky they have Derrick Henry and lucky that the Houston Texans decided that they were going to go for a two point conversion were unsuccessful You know to put the game away and they had an opportunity to go down and tie the game and force overtime. The titans not only went down the field, but they there was a controversial catch by AJ Brown in the corner of the end zone that was called a touchdown. They couldn't find indisputable evidence. So they ruled at touchdown and then in overtime to have Henry and and win the coin, toss then have Derrick Henry just go the length of the fields and just put the team on his back. I mean congratulations Tennessee titans were staying undefeated. There was a lot that needed to go right for you guys in those last couple minutes of a game in a did..

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"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

Fantasy Football University

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

"The afternoon as wide receiver one. Continues to play well for the Minnesota Vikings, but I just did not expect him to have this big of a day. Julio Jones on the other side of the ball playing against Minnesota. Everybody thought Julio was washed up that his hamstring was going to be end of his career so on and so forth he answered the Bell Eight receptions one hundred, thirty, seven yards, two touchdowns finishes the afternoon with thirty seven fantasy points. Excuse me thirty three point seven fantasy points wide receiver to on the day Willfuller v Wide Receiver Three on the day twenty four point, three points, six receptions, one, hundred, twenty, three yards, and a touchdown. For Willfuller I just didn't think that he was going to have a great day given the fact that he has been not struggling but. That Tennessee's defense had was really stingy this last week against buffalo just offer share that they would shutdown shot and Watson and will fuller turns out he ends up having a day good for will fuller first gear Tennessee's tight end. This wasn't Joanna Smith in this one folks Anthony I gray. Twenty five point three fantasy points tight end one on the afternoon eight receptions one hundred, thirteen yards a touchdown. This kid only had nine receptions on the year coming into this game and he had no TD's. So this was clearly as best day of his career so far trae Burton. Twenty one point nine fantasy points tight end to on the afternoon four receptions eighty yards a touchdown one re one, rush one yard touchdown it's only played in three games so far is only had seven receptions so far with forty nine yards. So clearly, the best game of the season for Traber and. Alexander has some big grades those kids who bounced back this week for some foremost Aj. Green playing Indianapolis. Zero points one point three eight point six points in the last three fantasy games terrible. Absolutely terrible. Sky was fantasy irrelevant came pickup on basically anyway. At this point everybody is just all off on AJ green well, finishes wide receiver twelve this weekend in week six with eight receptions ninety six yards getting him seventeen.

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"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

Fantasy Football University

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

"To conclude Monday night football, we had the Arizona Cardinals taking on the Dallas Cowboys Arizona entered the game at three and two douse entered at two in three. There was supposed to be a lot of offense scored in one, and there certainly was by one team in one team only there is on a cardinals Arizona thirty eight thousand cowboys, ten cowboys looked horrendous in this one andy, Dalton, couldn't find any receivers. The offensive line couldn't block anybody Ezekiel Elliott fumbles two possessions in a row. I, mean it it was. Disastrous, from the jump, you had everybody everybody had contribute contribution. If you're the Dow's cowboys and why you guys lost, guys are dropping balls, easy catches and so on and so forth the cardinals wrap this one up, they moved to foreign to couch off the two and four into believe it or not the cowboys at two and four still top division. Which is absolutely insane. Calamari nine completions on the night nine. Nine of twenty, four, hundred, eighty yards in two touchdowns in the thing that they scored thirty points in this one Kenyan. Drake Twenty Russia Tom's one, hundred, sixty, four, yards, two touchdowns. He had a nice garbage time touchdown at the very end of the game that went for sixty nine yards. Christian Kirk. To receptions eighty, six yards, two touchdowns, he also had an idiot yard touchdown reception de'andre. Hopkins to receptions seventy three yards in for the cowboys any Dalton thirty, four, fifty, four, two, hundred, sixty, six, yards. One touchdown to interceptions zeke Elliott only forty nine yards on the ground. He had two fumbles in this one and Amari Cooper seven receptions, seventy nine yards and a touchdown. moving into ABCD categories, those of you who are new.

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"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

Fantasy Football University

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"university" Discussed on Fantasy Football University

"Are one of the most penalized teams in the NFL, they start every drive with a hard count or some sort of false start and some sort of. Illegal shift and they're behind the scenes always always always you want people wonder why Kenyan drake dozen isn't productive because they're always behind in the chains some sort of holding call some sort of anything anything at all. If you name it, they get it on every single drive they start I in twenty and fifteen. So I'm saying sell high on Kenyan drake go get chase edmunds possible and roster chase edmunds. Astronaut leased Teddy. Bridgewater if Teddy Bridgewater is available in your leagues on the Waiver Wire I suggest you go out there and get him think he's going to be very valuable moving down the stretch I think Teddy Bridgewater is is a person have us is qb sixteen on the year right now I think that by the end of the year, he finished his probably a top ten QB for fantasy and it was qb this week. So I do like me some. Teddy. Bridgewater go out there get him and if you have them hold onto them. Now let's move into our pop segment. Let's pop some popcorn or patients or more panic. I up, Lamar Jackson. Jackson had another. Interesting Week, we practice a couple of times this week. Finishes the weekend as qb sixteen with only thirteen point five fantasy points only a nineteen completions fifty one percent of its completion rate two touchdowns interception. He's now slid to eight on the year. He has nine touchdown passes on the year tied for ninth. He has only one rushing touchdown on the season so far. In this one, he had to rush attempts for three yards. Minnesota based upon the stats. And based UPON KNOWLEDGE Must be patient with Lamar and know that the stats are saying oh my gosh. What is he doing to sell them sell them we to sell them. But I'm going to be patient with him. A thing is best football still right in front of him and I think they're gonNa get this passing game going. A little bit more than it already is in the Mar is going to have another great season. Now that's the thing. So I don't think Lamar is going to have another MVP caliber season. But I. DO think he's way better in five football games one rushing touchdown on the year. Yeah definitely definitely think he's better than that. So I do expect Lamar. Jackson game play to. I will be patient on the Mark Jackson Tom. Brady. Tom Brady's another one. Like. Fourteen point one fantasy points this weekend only finishes fourteen scooby seven on the year. So you've got to look at is QB's on the year who you're going to get out there. That's much better than Tom Brady. Right now he's got eleven touchdown passes on the year, which is fourth in the NFL touchdown passes mean everything fantasy. So I mean he's he can't get much better right now than Tom Brady any have to think.

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