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"university kentucky" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"About 8 40 on the latest on the Johnson and Johnson vaccine being put on pause for the time being. And, uh, somebody thinks it's a good idea for other people to pay off student loans, Other people maybe we'll get lucky. We'll see Drew's here in Kentucky. Yeah, drew. What's up? Trudy. So you know, when I was graduating high school around 2006, all my teachers and all my councils were telling me you have to go to college. This is the only way to do it and me not having much growing up and not realizing how money works. Course I took it. I got my degree. And since then I've become electrician's because marketing Justin Path for me, Okay on now, my wife and I we are having a very hard time moving on to, like, pursue the house. Now I'm not looking for a handout. Or am I saying that this is this should be done. But what I think is interesting is that people conceive of my generation were already having a hard time buying houses, so I'm kind of weighing Yeah, Yeah, people, my generation. I can't buy a house. If we were given some help to get us not dead, then we could purchase houses. Maybe in the long run. It could help our com e now. I don't know. I don't have a good answer for it. You know, I took money. I don't understand. I need to pay it back instead. Yeah. How much around? 50 fact out. Wow. But still to go to University, Kentucky. Stayed on campus. Yes, sir. And their ways to cut that back by going to the school locally and either, right? Yeah, I'm from Covington. I went Togut A. I worked the whole time I was there. I wasn't as responsible that probably should have been But again, you know, I'm not looking for a handout. I will gladly pay the money back over time. I just think that possibly it could help our common In some ways. I don't know that that question has to do with the future. What do we do to somebody who's graduating this year? And does the same thing you did for 40? Something graduated three years ago and they're gonna graduate next year with their 55. We can't do this every single year. Iraq. You're You're right. You're right. You know, Thanks for the future, I would help their education on college. And of course, like we always talk on the station pushing more for trades. When I was graduating high school. I never I didn't know I could do electricians, plumbers. That was not I was not given that option We've been told. That was something you could do to make good money. I always heard since the day I grow it like Oh, you don't wanna work with your hands. You don't want to do this. You want to work with your brain? On Daz. I grew up. I was like, you know, Well, that's kind of what I want to do. And so I went for it. And ever since then, you know, I could have been happier. On the education for that education about money. I think there are ways that we can better educate. Kids can have been going to school about what this means that if you take this bet what it really entails. Or you could start your own company and know how to market it. Very good. Yeah, Very true. Very true. Yes, sir. You have the degree? I mean, should we will tow employ it in some way, shape or form. Now I understand that the situation how much debt your wife have. She was right where I was worried about her. She went to med school and she just graduated. So he right now is about 354,000 in debt. That's amazing. Yeah, it really is. Hopefully, she makes a pretty good buck upon graduation. We'll see what happens if they're all right. Drew Best of luck. Thank you. Thank you, Betsy it it's a 30 got do the news because that's what we do. News radio 700 wlw traffic and weather news Radio 700 w L. Jealousy Cincinnati One of the vaccines in used to the U. S right now being.
No tuition increases at five Kentucky universities
"Students attending college in Kentucky won't see their tuition go up state officials say basically freezing college tuition for students at several universities in Kentucky what the financial toll caused by the corona virus pandemic as the reason behind their decision tuition will stay the same at northern Kentucky university Kentucky state university Moorhead state university Murray state university and western Kentucky university meanwhile the university of Kentucky university of Louisville and eastern Kentucky are still working on their tuition
"university kentucky" Discussed on The Free Agents
"I'm keeping domestic here. You guys are GonNa Laugh. You're gonNA think this is a terrible choice. Louisville Kentucky is my city who des. Okay okay come up before in names for potential expansion team and they used to have an ABA team way back in the day the Kentucky colonels. There's obviously a huge basketball community there with University of Louisville University Kentucky nearby so I I think that basketball community there they have an MBA sized arena. There they'll be probably I think the second biggest arena in the word and NBA Arena. You'd have a built in Fan Base. And you know it's actually travel for all of these teams around here. It's not as small as you're thinking bigger than Sacramento Atlanta Milwaukee Minneapolis and Lee. It might not be the most livable city. Though it was voted a large city category livable city in America by the US conference of mayors. Some when those mayors get together talk about the cities they liked but the important thing it was chosen as the manly est town in America magazine. Have you been to Louisville? Oh yeah I drive through. I stopped with from the highway. I really liked it my bed in my. I don't know thirty hours there. That's right. What a vote of confidence I drove. That's right you can drive to it another point for me all right keeping that you would bring it bring all right. Yeah they do love their basketball okay. Louisville is trace pick. I have the final and Fifth Picking City category while this is interesting had Vancouver on my list. Obviously task took that so you can scratch that one. I also had Montreal.
"university kentucky" Discussed on Inside VOICE
"Thanks for being here. Let's carry GonNa be her so you've been practicing medicine for about about fifteen years. What got you interested in medicine in the first place so I come from a medical family and my parents positions and almost half? I say half of my family are in the medical field They're pretty much all. We joke that we could probably make our own. HMO PPO it was just kind of like growing family it it was more like this is pretty much what it was kind of expected but at the same time it was something I did find interest in helping people and also science ensue also education just kind of being teacher on the oldest brother and so that came naturally to me kind of guiding and teaching the younger generation. That's kind of on my passions too. I I love that and I had found on twitter because I saw you had posted a video with your son using voice technology and I wanted to share your story A. and your son has a why can you tell us about what that is and what his struggles are and how voice is helping him live a better life. Yeah exactly so for those. That don't know Hawaii are genesis and Perfecta is it's basically it's commonly referred to as brittle bone disease which causes have bones to fracture with minimal all to no trauma but it's really more of a structural kind of connective. Tissue problems really affects multiple areas of his health. So one of the things that ah very passionate about is educating the general medical public about his condition so rare even the medical community doesn't even I didn't see much of diagnosed with it and one of the things that we found that was very helpful as certain monitoring technology especially things like boys technology so one of the things that it does help is is for example with it can affect physical tippy falls or pressures we have like a lot of like we speakers Smarter Sin Speakers in the home so if he falls being it's help you can kind kind of communicate through that way another way like to kind of turn on rooms like light sir appliance like things that are turn off the lights or just kind of help because he has uh-huh shorter stature but this kind of helps her those kind of had to be adopted those kinds of situations and I know you personally. You're co-founder have also created to voice. We skills can you tell us about them in where the idea came from and what they're about one of the things that I also do as a family doctors. I teach medical students. The University of Cincinnati in University Kentucky Person Secure Medical Soon so and one of my co founders also teaches medical students while hand one of the things that were. We're very passionate medical education and this came about from actually kind of hanging out with my son one day he was actually doing a skill on Alexa where he was just asking. State capitals battles. I got the idea of Lexicon Athletes State capitals. I wonder if you could do that. For more complex new learning material like medical board questions and medical exam damn questions so we got looking into that and we ask that question we started kind of looking for some developers a couple of years ago bound developer team out in California which actually turned out being from the same hometown as my co founder and Secretary Brown and wake up Eventually long story short of last year near and a half we created the first goal was met Westcote so basically medical test exam questioning or medical Ford questions medical exams and we're also in the process of creating like dental exams exams rushing banks and a third one is also an underproduction while and so do you have people using this. What has been their feedback? Has It helped them pass the exam. What's Kinda been the feedback in the success? So far right so it's really early. We haven't really start like we just kinda released April. We are just kind of doing the final kind of quality. Ali checks this week actually and now the board exam prep season is going to be start going into high gear over the next three or four months. This is why we're going to start really kind of marketing at more and Kind of promoting medical schools. But we've shown it's a medical students and so we've had good positive response to it so far so it's still very early in the process but this is kind of. We're relying the foundation over the next couple years. Did you find that this also came from the Axa medical students were meeting this that they needed someone to ask them questions. Send that and help them. Maybe comprehend certain things better. Yeah this is more from the medical students biggest problems that we're solving with medical suances. They have they have no time under a lot of stress and they're also have like a lot of financial. Couple is one of the things that we want to do. It was were marking is like the supplement during downtime to save them time like so. It's not a primary learnings where it's more supplemental thing like in the car or taking the dog for a walk or kind of doing the laundry or preparing dinner so it's Kinda like get those couple of extra questions and the other thing is also it's using the voice. Instead of like a lot of times students day they get like is there in front of screens screens all day. So this kind of let's do other things and not gonna like one of my co-founder said one of the big things for him. When News Time per boards was his eyes got really tired strains certain kinds of rest there is this allows them to connor? Restaurant do other things than study at the same time. So it's it's kind of that. Marketing has basically to do it during down sometime to save some time crushes learning on the golf basically. Now where did you first learn about voice because now you're building skills and you do a huge deal for your son to be using everyday but where did you kind of I hear about this. So it's kind of interesting. It was a couple years ago. We just had a couple of these speakers and then it was these assistance and it was one of those things that we had started about. Let's say about three years ago. We had started up podcast actually about all the a happy doctor bow like basically Mike understood about he was becoming like a burnt out. Medical student was basically about like burnout physician. Kind of burn down preventing burn out the medical space. So he's doing that. Hod Casper last couple years. We kind of figured out. One of our tagline was it's the voice of billed as physicians chance and then we kind of learn about through. We got introduced to like. How do we expand our reach? In one of the things was boy skills from like we're learned about it through Garaventa talk and he was a big influence on the space so learn about voice skills and that's kind of that intersection of education podcasting and these voice voice kind of skills Bid just like the next step the evolution of where we wanted to educate the medical public and how to be healthier to be more educated as well as kind of taking on a lot of what's going on in the healthcare space right now and from you know your personal life to professional life. How has voiced impacted you and and those around you and how do you think it's going to help others in the future for me? It's been a great lakes creative project. One of the things that allow me to introduce your near podcast. Another podcast like in the voice face also like to see what's possible for healthcare because just personally and to win the Lens a little bit. I got burnt out a couple of years ago with chronic on a health records but with voice and seeing the implications of what this means for voice technology and like the health records and how it's when impact healthcare and how healthcare delivered and receive. That was really exciting for me. Kind of gave me a lot of motivation to get involved in this space. So that's been really exciting for me. Because I wanted to be involved at the earliest levels with educating the next generation of physicians and that's kind of been very rewarding to build these new things and be part of that as far as personal. Well I think part of it's also just being kind of things like just shaving some time or are reminders. You know reminding schedules kind of more practical things. I would say pretty much. Yeah and do you see yourself creating any skills that would benefit people like your son or you like to focus more on the medical community and the potential doctors coming up so yeah. I think that's long-term. Yeah I could see that. That is one of the long term because you know. I've been the things that I've done with him. Like using technology to help with this kind of rare condition so I can see definitely being long-term on developing those type of things I think right now. The focus is more on education and doctors in the education space. But I think that's a long term goal. Yeah definitely now. People want to learn more about bounce anything we spoke about or connect with you. Where can they do that? Yes so they can just search where on twitter duct Dr and E. The L.. One Thousand Nine hundred ninety three at Dr Neil negative seventy three or Lincoln social media. Also the happy doc cast as well as med flash go those are our channels. So those you'll see us all longer perfect and the last question we like to ask on this show to help promote boys. General is what is the current flash briefing or voice voice skill or experience that you're using enjoying right now too. I gotTA give props to my colleague Dr Terry Fisher. So he's everyone. Premium knows knows wis community lexin in Canada. The He's always kept me updated on things and that's when I was like snow it keeps me informed. Wonderful will thank you so much for sharing your story. Sorry and I love that you know your creation of voicemails as coming out of a need personally and professionally and hearing how. It's helping you in your home life with your son and these medical students just shows the importance of what voice can do. So thank you so much Neil sperry really appreciate your pockets. Thank you for listening to the the inside voice podcast. We greatly appreciate you being a part of our community. And if you enjoyed this episode or you like the Podcast we would love it if you would subscribe follow like like share. Leave a review of the show. If you have any questions comments feedback people you want to see on the show things you WANNA learn. Feel free to send us an email at Kerry ATM. MOTIVE DOT COM. That's K. E. R. I at M. O. D. E. DOT COM and be sure to check us out online at voice summit dot AI. Thank thank you and we look forward to chatting with you next week..
Helping Medical Students with Voice with Dr. Neel Desai, Co-Founder of MedFlashGo
"So you've been practicing medicine for about about fifteen years. What got you interested in medicine in the first place so I come from a medical family and my parents positions and almost half? I say half of my family are in the medical field They're pretty much all. We joke that we could probably make our own. HMO PPO it was just kind of like growing family it it was more like this is pretty much what it was kind of expected but at the same time it was something I did find interest in helping people and also science ensue also education just kind of being teacher on the oldest brother and so that came naturally to me kind of guiding and teaching the younger generation. That's kind of on my passions too. I I love that and I had found on twitter because I saw you had posted a video with your son using voice technology and I wanted to share your story A. and your son has a why can you tell us about what that is and what his struggles are and how voice is helping him live a better life. Yeah exactly so for those. That don't know Hawaii are genesis and Perfecta is it's basically it's commonly referred to as brittle bone disease which causes have bones to fracture with minimal all to no trauma but it's really more of a structural kind of connective. Tissue problems really affects multiple areas of his health. So one of the things that ah very passionate about is educating the general medical public about his condition so rare even the medical community doesn't even I didn't see much of diagnosed with it and one of the things that we found that was very helpful as certain monitoring technology especially things like boys technology so one of the things that it does help is is for example with it can affect physical tippy falls or pressures we have like a lot of like we speakers Smarter Sin Speakers in the home so if he falls being it's help you can kind kind of communicate through that way another way like to kind of turn on rooms like light sir appliance like things that are turn off the lights or just kind of help because he has uh-huh shorter stature but this kind of helps her those kind of had to be adopted those kinds of situations and I know you personally. You're co-founder have also created to voice. We skills can you tell us about them in where the idea came from and what they're about one of the things that I also do as a family doctors. I teach medical students. The University of Cincinnati in University Kentucky Person Secure Medical Soon so and one of my co founders also teaches medical students while hand one of the things that were. We're very passionate medical education and this came about from actually kind of hanging out with my son one day he was actually doing a skill on Alexa where he was just asking. State capitals battles. I got the idea of Lexicon Athletes State capitals. I wonder if you could do that. For more complex new learning material like medical board questions and medical exam damn questions so we got looking into that and we ask that question we started kind of looking for some developers a couple of years ago bound developer team out in California which actually turned out being from the same hometown as my co founder and Secretary Brown and wake up Eventually long story short of last year near and a half we created the first goal was met Westcote so basically medical test exam questioning or medical Ford questions medical exams and we're also in the process of creating like dental exams exams rushing banks and a third one is also an underproduction while and so do you have people using this. What has been their feedback? Has It helped them pass the exam. What's Kinda been the feedback in the success? So far right so it's really early. We haven't really start like we just kinda released April. We are just kind of doing the final kind of quality. Ali checks this week actually and now the board exam prep season is going to be start going into high gear over the next three or four months. This is why we're going to start really kind of marketing at more and Kind of promoting medical schools. But we've shown it's a medical students and so we've had good positive response to it so far so it's still very early in the process but this is kind of. We're relying the foundation over the next couple years. Did you find that this also came from the Axa medical students were meeting this that they needed someone to ask them questions. Send that and help them. Maybe comprehend certain things better. Yeah this is more from the medical students biggest problems that we're solving with medical suances. They have they have no time under a lot of stress and they're also have like a lot of financial. Couple is one of the things that we want to do. It was were marking is like the supplement during downtime to save them time like so. It's not a primary learnings where it's more supplemental thing like in the car or taking the dog for a walk or kind of doing the laundry or preparing dinner so it's Kinda like get those couple of extra questions and the other thing is also it's using the voice. Instead of like a lot of times students day they get like is there in front of screens screens all day. So this kind of let's do other things and not gonna like one of my co-founder said one of the big things for him. When News Time per boards was his eyes got really tired strains certain kinds of rest there is this allows them to connor? Restaurant do other things than study at the same time. So it's it's kind of that. Marketing has basically to do it during down sometime to save some time crushes learning on the golf basically.
"university kentucky" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Which is the studio Baltimore had stripped off twenty one point trustee they doubt lead in late one forty one to six what is still Boulevard Jackson eleven straight win since losing to Cleveland has for the Steelers hurdles a man out of the far side across the forty five yard line to the forty eight yard line markets may was the defender that the rookie penny still went under we have a us down it appears with three oh nine to go there in the third quarter marquees Pouncey the eight time Pro Bowl center is down at the forty yard line at the start of this drive with the Steelers trailing the jets thirteen to ten yeah I really like Benny Snell he hasn't gotten as much play during this game with James Connor out but he's a guy coming out of the university of Kentucky he plays with the giant chip on his shoulder and he was there at the university Kentucky he was the guy that raised at the he was the spark plug for Kentucky the way the Jamal is Jamal Adams does for the jets defense I really like the way he plays he plays angry he runs violently hello I want to see him get more opportunities because I think he fits the the MO of how the Pittsburgh Steelers want to be built hello bunch of the Steelers the linemen have just helped Pouncey up I don't know if it was left knee or left leg he's trying to walk it off right now they only have two active backup lemon sack banner who's been a tackle eligible a few.
"university kentucky" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Last of the twenty nineteen bottles let's go places okay whether from KFI some low clouds and fog overnight into the morning the sun in a little cooler sixties and seventies for the coast eighties unnatural LA and see up to nineties in the valleys low nineties in the I. ease through the weekend temperatures up on Monday and Tuesday way up Wednesday and Thursday right now it's sixty seven in Manhattan Beach sixty eight marina del Rey sixty seven fourteen sixty five Pasadena we the vocal live from the K. five twenty four hour news room I merry Christmas I to talk to Connie Willis call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to Connie from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with your guest host Connie Willis stop cell I think that was our only hit we were talking about that here then go on to myself it's a great tune tainted love minds me of basketball camp Transylvania's city Kentucky yep there's a Transylvania university Kentucky hi everybody Connie Willis here and yep I went there Transylvania river city there really is one and and it is you know for the smart ones it's really good I think you all are you will never believe me I'm like no it's real it's real speaking of real as well our website is awesome by.
"university kentucky" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Of basketball camp Transylvania's city Kentucky yep there's a Transylvania university Kentucky hi everybody Connie Willis here and yep I went there Transylvania river city there really is one and and it is you know for the smart ones it's really good I think you'll you'll get up people don't ever believe me I might know it's real it's real speaking of real as well our website is awesome by the way I hope you guys check it out make sure I mean these guys really work hard there's a big group of them our small team of them you can look at it either way you want to look at it but they put together a lot of stuff on here they keep it up to date I mean they are working hard and I'm telling you okay alien contactee group in Thailand thank our trouble the authorities really well that's interesting don't you think there's always fun things in the very serious things there's a webcam out there and it's up in the Hong Kong spots or hours in Hong Kong when it okay the viewers in Hong Kong that's what me off here they spot loch ness monster over close the Hong Kong wow and that's what it looks like if you take a look at the picture we have it up on the site in Khost you missed it which I think is a fabulous name there there are some interesting pictures in there you need to check it out as the highlights from the past week and I don't know how this one guy swallowed is it's it's like a denture set up then his mouth and it's in his throat after surgery had been done and they have the X. ray but I don't know I don't know how he went as long as he went with that being in there not be an uncomfortable or I'm having problems significant problems anyway there's that and you can also find out who's going to be on the air who are going to be interviewing or George nor is going to be and so on and so on it's wonderful stuff and I hope that you tune in and check it out thank our web guys out there to coast to coast AM dot com it's awesome check it out.
"university kentucky" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Oh. And then last night. York giants. They said, hey, just as a goof on the fans wanna pick Duke quarterback. Yeah. But. They there's thirty five thousand memes running across social media. That's true about the New York Giants. Maybe it was a publicity stunt to take your drink draft pick and go to Duke for a quarterback, especially when you had the chance to get Josh Allen from university Kentucky, the memes and the videos of the fans Joe lapsing or the giants fans just collapsing to the floor or the or the surrender Cobra their hands around. Yeah. Their faces are like why do I cheer for this team? That's the look on their faces one of the best. What it says is for the first pick for the New York Giants. They decided to be the new Cleveland Browns. Well, minute London. She's now a member of the global warming awareness group. They're called extinction rebellion. She wanted to show how dedicated she was to the calls. Yeah. So she glued her breasts to the streets. All no. She doubts her her breasts superglue than what fly face first on the asphalt in front of Goldman Sachs. This happens just days after all my God just days after protesters in Los Angeles superglue themselves to the large globe outside of universal glued her boobs to the street and from the same group in America LA, they superglued themselves to the university of but yes and different. Okay. But your boobs are sensitive that is bizarre picture, there might be on internet pull the story from the wire. But that's not gonna feel good. No. Of course, not only is all three of us has lover of boobs. Oh, yes. Favorite part? It's up there. It's there. It's top three top two. That's. Top three. Okay. The most important port. Let's be honest. Okay. Why we can't? Come days after the LA members of extinction rebellion glued themselves on the humongous globe at universal. What are they trying to prove? That's my question going against global warming. And they. Superglue have to do with global funny thing is in order to dissolve the superglue. Yes, it takes petroleum-based. That's hilarious. Manage to pry her breast off the asphalt and arrest or they're not thinking. So your point. They're not thinking, they're using even if it's nail polish nail polish will get super Lou off to the chemicals that you have to pour on the ground that will going sewer that will go into wherever that you are now having to do since you are protesting against, but but just wants just just wants what you love to see the thority say leave them their winnings. Lose me when they. Ourselves. Well, glued or boo. Just use them for directions. Hey, how do we get? There would drive to you see a girl's booths glued to the sidewalk. They take a ride. You'll see a budget idiots glued to a globe just leave him there. And this follows from the pita playbook, which was let's get supermodels to get naked for our our calls for that. All right. I'm for that. Okay. Hey, let's eat more meat. Let's eat me because they'll be more pita protests. Doctors have invented a new plastic surgery procedure that will scope your belly fat into a six pack. Oh, give me this number. Don't look perfectly natural. But not too bad. They use liposuction to suck out some of the stomach fat. And then they use a vibrating tube to shape the remaining talk like am has one of those. I might be on be your wife has a lot. Hey, my wife sock drawer looks like. Flashlights city. None of flash. That's a funny rocket. Hey, I can't get as Dan. Flashlights? Turn on. What did you do to them? A little eyeball top and who puts these in their nightstand. Put them in the toolbox like everybody else. The the. The most popular souvenir from Coachella was what was it? Herpes? Oh, the gift that keeps on giving doctor from an online herpes treatment service called it. The the her the herpes treatments online services called her alert. If you go out on a date and your date has an app on their phone. Call to alert. Good night. Normally they handle about twelve cases a day in southern California with Herbie's, but the first two days of the Coachella festival. They received two hundred fifty calls and over the last two weeks of Coachella. There was over eleven hundred cases reported herpes. Josh. So there was a lot of sex going on it Coachella and sex with people that had herpes. There was an outbreak. Wow. Yes. Yes. Now, my favorite story of the day is a woman in Michigan who won seventy eight thousand dollars in in the lottery last week because she forgot how old were kids were and she played the wrong number. Perfect. You wanna live or something all three of us would do. Did you see the kid that won the seven hundred million twenty four twenty four year old kid? Yes, listen, he shows up the next day him and his girlfriend. They both bought ticket. Yes. He shows up the next day without his girlfriend. So I'm wondering if it was like that was a discussion because they bought three tickets at the same time sorta together the other two were non winners. Obviously, the third one was a winner. He's saying that was my ticket. It's it's it's it's it's listen, it's four hundred million dollars stroke or check for one hundred. You're fine. Yes. She's gonna go. Okay. Cool done done done. And he seemed very twenty four years old. Hey life is ruined. But Cathy, no. It's not. There's two things. I hate about lottery winners won the guy that wins five billion dollars. He says this will not change my life. I'm still going to get up at five thirty every morning and go to work and workers. Good day at the railroad. What would you play the laundry four and the other one is the guys that blow through it? And then the Phil Donahue crying in the lottery. Yes. I hate both of those. Yes. But that's what happens when you give a twenty four year old four hundred million dollars. I would have been dead. It is a smaller percentage. Oh, you and I twenty four. Hey shorter. No one would never hear from me. Again. I would just be gone gone out at least girlfriend if I were him. Hey were officially in an open relationship a hundred million dollars. If it was four hundred million dollars. I would be I would want to become one of those evil genius guy had like a compound on an island in the incredible. Right laboratories and stuff like that. Of an island. I want that house. That's what I want with sharks swimming laser being laser stuff. That's the house. I want with former seals as my security team running around the island afford it. Yes. Yes. Yes. Four hundred million dollars. You could turn into a billion dollars. Pretty quick do whatever you want. But if you didn't spend it would make on it..
"university kentucky" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Not a channel. Okay. All right. That attitude. Hype man. The NFL draft is tomorrow, Nick coffee from seven ninety KRLD is headed that way. So we're gonna try to get a hold of him tomorrow, the NFL draft will get a higher ratings than some of the NBA playoff games. And guess what? Good news for me because my wife is a huge. I've never talked about this on the air. I don't like talking about personal stuff in my wife on the the no, no. But for one time, I'm going to do it. My wife has an affinity. She loves university Kentucky football. All right. Here's another pig behind the curtain. I happen to be a huge New York. Giants fan. Haley are you hearing this for the first time? Really wife, very bold and brave. You open up so much also has three nipples. But that has nothing to do with the story. Everybody knew that. So anyway. The rumor has it that you case Josh Allen. Yes goes to the New York Giants. Let it be true. Yes. There is going to be very interesting. Josh Allen university form university of Kentucky player will go in the top five possibly in. Even my wife. Also was an interesting picture of her and Josh Allen. I'll share that on social media that wouldn't be. Okay. So we have we have another commercial where Haley plays. My mother. The net deserves big music. Hang on turn yours down there. New amateurs. Yeah. This.
"university kentucky" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The clips the next day and follow us on Instagram at now or never ESPN. You could see the promos for the show to you can get a little taste of what we're about convene on rich or at now or never ESPN and look out for them on television and online some of the promos are really good all the promo. Most of the problems are posted on our Instagram at Covina on. So check him out and leave your rude comments. There. Hey on personal. No, I do want to say, good luck. And congrats to my sister, Jen because she's having a baby as we speak so excited for that. As we speak and her husband, Dan, I know the real excited my whole family's excited about as my parents, fourth grandkids, so families growing and in a world where we focused a lot on the crappy stories. Maybe it's something. Nice out there. That's awesome. My sister's having a baby, and I'm gonna be an uncle again. Your sister, Jen? Yes. She's the youngest of my sisters her her husband, Dan is like a wrestling fanatic. Right. He's so proud of himself. So he is he like pitcher names like we're going to name the kid stone cold like is he trying to incorporate some wrestling name his his name. It's already predetermined the honky tonk honky tonk Avena honkytonk, man. Oh perfect. Great. Yeah. No, we're pretty certain. I don't know if they revealed publicly. He's probably it's like sensational, Sherri, Camino, right? Yeah. Yeah. The fab fabulous moonwalk. I don't want to give it away out the another day, but that's their business. And and I'm really happy to say, good luck. And congrats to my sister. And dan. All right. So I'm casino in. That is rich is convened rich on ESPN radio app. Yeah. We're talking about wrapping this up, actually, it's it's when a hateful player. So when you actually despise is now on your team thinking about the guy in the league. I hate his face for some reason. Maybe you hit the way plays. You hate the way looks you hate Hannatised sister. Mary's the town hall. Yeah. You know, how do you deal with it? Now, he's now you're brother-in-law in. This guy's a team Damon and Kentucky, what's your example. With a coach. I'm a big Louisville Kentucky. Basketball football in rival university of Kentucky. We ended up with his former coach Rick Pitino. I didn't like Rick Pitino at university Kentucky, I liked the name less when he came to Louisville just arrogant. I just never liked to learn to tolerate 'em when they got us a championship. Now, we don't have that anymore. I'm back. Thank you for the feedback. Eighty eight say ESPN and on Twitter at Kevin O. Enrich, Sean foster says you're talking about what's officially known as the Claude. Lemieux theory Ryan Shieffer says as a Vikings fan it was hard. When far I came down. But then producing always helps Frank Snyder says leave Lance Armstrong out of this conversation of hey, people are talking about. Yeah. Villains and things like that before. But hey, thank you guys. Everybody for all the feedback digest that does one more on that list. Never. I'll never remember now. Oh, well, moving onto a more important theory. And that's the how long are you willing to wait theory? Every once in a everyone's lives in an instant gratification world, everyone lives in a show me. I'll be honest. I'm as guilty as as it is to if I if I don't have the opportunity to watch the game of the ESPN app, and if they don't have the highlight up with a minute. Like me. I'm like who's not working hard enough at in Bristol title? If I miss the show, if it's not on demand immediately somewhere, or if I don't find the clip online, who's not working that's evident in everything. We we watched today. It's got to be fast moving and got to get to the meat. Now, we want instant results, you know, people don't produce. We want to show off TV we want him out of the league. You know? It's just the way of the world. Just think of how TV shows were presented back in the day in the eighties. There was an intro. There was credits. Now, just a little stinger. And right into the show is no one has the patience gratification. No one has patience to sit through credits. Some movies growing up started with the actually credits. No movie just credit. The intro. Get into it show me what's going on. And then get to the boring stuff. So Travis trying to be polite because you don't want to call it the restaurant, but God forbid, they try to commercials on our channel say who. But went to a place. They said fifteen minutes that cool fifteen twenty minutes. Fifteen twenty minutes out the gate, I'm fine with that especially at dinner time than appetite a little bit fifteen twenty minutes at seven thirty. Yeah. You got to expect to be honest. The food start starts to taste a little better. When you wait a little bit. Gay. You know? And then some friends that I'm with her strolling in fifteen minutes around and people are getting seated on Racine table. So governor just to check. And she goes it's gonna be ten more minutes in the kitchen got backed up. All right. That's fine. So then I go back over to the bar, and then a group of seven comes in and they get seated immediately. And I'm like something's wrong. They said my name, and then we don't come up there. And they moved by. You're start to play tricks on either traverse like eat you start to hear your name or pretend like they called your name. Even though they didn't call you at all. Now a lotta times, you know, you're very well wherever your own annoyances. But you can't help it. I'm very impatient. With this stuff that I know I'm the I'm the hostess linger the lurker like if I start here in multiple names. I will go over and I'll look over the little desk by where's my well. Why not? Patriot. What'd you say drivers? Why don't they give like your number two texts or the little pagers at some restaurant? They did nothing. They do that at some restaurants. Of course, you get your little pager number. But I'm saying on the ones where you just write down your name. If if I'm like rich party of four if I don't hear anything for a while. I start hearing other names, I will be the annoying person that goes on this list because I want to I want a peek at the list and how far down on my. And are you trying to trick me? Because if you go to a nice restaurant, I'm convinced I'm convinced if you go to like, a nice steak house, or or classy place, they'll tell you all the table will be ready in a minute. If you want to wait by the bar. We by the bars their code for going. Yeah, they're doing the whole. Hey, spent forty bucks on spend thirty bucks on two drinks tricks. Those are restaurants because if you had a table you'd be ordering a drink too. So you're getting a drink one way or another running up a bar. Drink sometimes as sometimes as a pressure to be like, oh, you're on a date or something. And you know, you you're on a date you go there you want to weigh at the bar for your table. You're not with a date. You're certainly not going to say, no, I'm standing right here. And they're calling every name, but yours and in like getting mad about it. So what happens to you Travis? You're waiting fifteen twenty minutes. So they pass this up. And so that's when. The manager came over and tried to give a reason and look see if there's a table. So then we left and went to a of rival across the street. How long did you end up waiting? I can total probably forty minutes. Oh, yeah. That's forget, especially if they said fifteen minutes, it could have been twenty. But you heard fifteen you're okay with that. Then they made you wait over forty a river that she baby. There's so many questions. In fact, there's going on here. So we're gonna ask you guys. What's your limit? We'll set a limit here on the show eight hundred eighty eight say ESPN, but there's a funny take that the late great Mitch Hedberg had on this. And it's about all the names that they call before your name and how we often like. Sort of dismissed the other people. I don't wanna give it away. Just take a listen to Mitch Hedberg restaurant on the weekends. It gets busy. So they gotta start awaiting. They start calling out names. I say like to frame party to table ready for do Frayne party or two if no one answers to say the name again do frame party a two. But have known ashes they'll just go right down to the next name Bush party three. But what happened to the France? No one seems to care. A.
"university kentucky" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Our students are successful and persistent because of the sense of community and belonging, we create at UK see how we're moving Kentucky forward at you. Dot. News Radio eight forty WHAT. Yes. They've gone to Tom petty to rally the crowd here at the swamp won't back down. But the cats have not backed down Jeff Goro, what say you what? Benny Snell AJ Terry done a heck of a job running the football. And really. In a win lose your draw. They have shown his gator team three quarters despite everything that's happened to them the interceptions fumbles of penalties that Kentucky football team ethic. The kids at Murray state, a really smart Kentucky school. They're going to be smart enough. Not to try to trash talk many Snell next week. I certainly would not know he's I do opponents done it. He has two hundred and. Fifty eight yards at thank quick my quick, man. Yeah. This is kinda neat here. What they do. Obviously, Tom petty who died this past year. Florida native love these Gators and they play this won't back down every fourth quarter. And everybody in the place has got their phones out with the lights on it. It's a really cool scene. If he had the TV to watch a really good song. You know, it's interesting Mitch Barnhart trying to find a song, you know, that they could play do this kind of thing that some Kentucky routes to. For stapleton. There's your challenge. Somebody. Yeah. Montgomery gentry saw on. It's my, you know, my town so Kentucky at its own thirty one now going left to right. Benny snail sixteen for one thirty three Terry Wilson is run for one. Oh, five past nine to fourteen for one forty-seven Kentucky has outgained Florida. Four zero eight two to twelve two hundred sixty one rushing yards to sixty five in Dan, Mullins, nine games coaching against sake. His teams outgained the Wildcats on average almost one hundred yards a game. They gave up two hundred twenty five total yards last week again. Not quite the competition. Level of SEC football, fifteen minutes. For kentucky. To get its first win on this field in this stadium. Jeff. A freshman at the university Kentucky. Nineteen seventy nine in November. And off the Snell running left can't break away. And he gets to the thirty yard line loses yard burst negative loss. Negative play of the night for Benny donegan making the tackle. It'll be second down and eleven only the second tackle for loss tonight for Florida's defense. Conrad outs. Movie A N to go four wide second and eleven. Gators after Roosevelt look like. Seven will off the ball. May be thinking on hearing second. I love bacon wide, nearside bowdoin in Richardson. Why the other way better go late clock at three to protect your call a timeout? Uses one of its timeouts. I wanted choose that has half. Fourteen fourteen on the clock proud is certainly come alive. Trying to rally Florida. They thought was a bad. Call on the missed field goal seems to have gotten them charged up. The second and eleven Kentucky from its own thirty yard line with a twenty one ten lead. Here's we start the fourth quarter. Mark stoops came out and talk to the side judge something they came back. Sideline. Back in nineteen Eighty-six. You could about Microsoft, the twenty one bucks. Gator defenders led by Chauncey Gardiner Johnson. Welcome back out on the field waving their arms up and down for crowd noise. Kentucky's gonna send four receivers to the left is Tom. Wilson from the gun was Snell to his left. Starting five back in their Leo line. And off the smell coming right breaks. The tackle carries. Another one out of the thirty seven yard line. But there's the flag. Holding. David Smith referee. With lines holding sixty four on the altar. Second. George asaf. Oh, Ajay senior.
"university kentucky" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"All of that to say yes you dump everything you can in those in your college savings plan your college investing plan you're still not quite gonna make it no big deal you're gonna make it if you do those other things that we talked about there and that's what we're doing and just guide them and just say this is what we're doing kids this is what we're doing i mean we had the money folks and one of mine decided that they were going to leave the family meaning they applied for a school other than the university of tennessee which will get you thrown out of the family and it was a all things across the state line and of all things another competing sec school totally unacceptable unbelievable all joking aside though basically you know university kentucky university of georgia university of alabama university of florida university of tennessee the education is very similar that you get okay you might particular college they might have a specialization one over the other but you're going to get out of there with a good education you're going to get out of there and so to go across the state line and in those days you know this was ten years ago pay fourteen thousand dollars more per year to get basically the same education just because you went to out of state tuition this is what's known as stupid and so i asked my stupid child i said stupid child why would you wanna pay fourteen thousand dollars more for the same thing what do you mean why would i wanna pay or you're gonna have to pay for it you think i'm gonna pay for it number one you're going to the wrong school number two you're dumb enough to pay out of state tuition for basically the same education and so you're too dumb for me to participate in your education apparently didn't sound exactly like that but it's pretty close.
"university kentucky" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Well here's my question where did slay ball get his information either there's a leak in the fbi or he's relying upon unreliable unsubstantiated resources let me say this about march labor and i have not heard from arc since mark has been has not that work explain that to me i have been investigative reporter and i've made mistakes sometimes in the past hugh because you sometimes your sources are wrong now in this case i su i sincerely doubt the sources are wrong i but until we hear from schley baugh i i don't know what the answer is although i will tell you this if i had to choose between bleeding march liba or shawn miller i would take mark one hundred out of one hundred times the smell factor there but the bottom line is apparently the administrative at the division of the university of arizona decided to stay with him based on what they found and what they they decided to stay with you with the intent and hope of winning the ncwa basketball championship well that was that was poly just like the people in chapel hill decided after spending twenty five million dollars in legal fees they decided to stay stay the course and maybe win a title which they did smy but now i grew up two blocks the university kentucky that's my school that's where i went to school i'm proud of the education i got there but we moved here to north carolina to the mountains and nineteen eightyone my children enjoyed a wonderful public education here in utah gay county i got a doctor i got a dermatologist and i in banker from the keenan school of business from you and see i may turnley grateful for the wonderful academic opportunity that my family has had but i am pissed off beyond relief that we spent twenty plus million dollars in state funds defending really bad judgment on the part of the academic leadership of that university thank you so much i'm only regret i wasn't part of the law firm that was able to collect that money anyway more phone calls at eight five five to four to seven to eight five barrett salih will join us we'll get his.
"university kentucky" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"You know it starts at the top so i feel like i tell our players all the time as long as you informed as long as you are really have a strong feeling just ongoing copycat or mirrors would somebody else said but if you saying something from the heart from what you might have experienced speak about it you know because you have a great platform to go out and speak about whether this racial equality gun control drugs whatever it is exercise so all those things that that that are very important to you speak about it but again the freedom the wheel like myself that had we talk about it in canada some of the things that have happened in here in states in i know steve kerr read some his comments and pop is great with his comments before him to say that for sixty plus euro man to say some of the things he says about racial equality is strong is strong because he came in a generation where that was a nono that when i came to a generation word that was a no no pop right bomb pop so my head is off to him you know if i had is bigger platform as he has i would do the same thing i try to do the same thing and canada but again is hard for canadians to really relate because they haven't had to segregation the klan the you know all the things that we've gone through in the in the south you know i was a bit through six african american to play at university kentucky and at the time we were too i think i can remember a record twelve and 1213 thirteen and thereby say we had too many black players made in use at word here you know so a and we went on to win in it in two years later we won the nc aa championship but at you know there is hard for a lot of canadians to relate unless they lived in the states because you know they they they have some issues there too with the first nation a history they have with the first nation but nowhere near nowhere near the struggles that have happened in the united states.
"university kentucky" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Greig frequent i really felt that they had backed up their predictions materialistic man had from ted talks in two thousand one the league in which john wooden played in indianapolis was an early version of the nba says monte that wasn't the only protein indiana teams in kokomo emergency in ohio around the midwest and these guys would drive two games and cars they all had other jobs a course while wooden might have been getting fifty bucks the game guys re by get 20 bucks type of thing the caskey's lasted through the late 40s until they folded when the team founder lost interest monte th says other teams game for better or worse he had the jets for one season they were orbiting uh and then the they basically dissolved and we had the olympians and indianapolis olympians or quite a store into themselves they were founded basically by five members of the university kentucky basketball team that had won the nc aa championship and had made up the core of the 19th 48 united states olympic team that won a gold medal on london he might have never heard of the indianapolis olympians there's a reason why the team wasn't around much longer after the point shaving scandal says mart monte unfortunately that night in the fall of 19 fifty one i think it was some of the kentucky players had taken money from gamblers uh and there were allegations of points shaving now alex rosa frankly probably was guilty beard i don't believe was i got to know ralph really well he took money nece in home to mom but he didn't try to influence the outcome begin history gray area here but the olympians basically get blown up by that scandal because beard grows or banned for life from the india the team lingered but not for much longer there stained by the.
"university kentucky" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"With last week passed in numb to it to all they don't ada them it's just like a doctor's note just the missing gafur and of course right yeah they're like oh all seem next week you know so i'm like okay so second time it happened i was like i just emotionally invested in these guys i can't deal with the reminder didn't even know death could keep you from a good golf match it would not l will tell you i am your lineup of pot yet gene who used to play basketball for the university kentucky 1920s something you're lining up your putt and gene loses control of his bowels and crap into that colostomy bag that he's got attached to go and you can't say anything to because he can't help it but you're trying to lineup you're putting you here you can't say something what am i gene this westwood like yodo louis tacky can help it i came i can't even left because he other guys aren't gonna find a very funny worry golfing with these bros to begin with one of my neighbor asmara mushrooms every time you went out there them no wait you could enjoy do have the best stories lay do oh yeah and they taught me how to try to not kill the ball urges hit it straight like they did it onto their i wanna drive it 250 and they're like grumman reviewed a 175 retina fadwa earned unamir to fair we're all of those guys better than you are every single one because they pay their patient and are not trying to kill the ball i would i would i would crush it past them and then from there aren't they would do oh nice seventy five yards outweigh seventy five yards la i would never beat them that's the beauty of golf that you could play in such a late eight year all yeah what's the best thing that can happy when you get older grandkids great grandkids yeah is that that's it our mainly great grandkids would be really cool right yeah but that's it like once you get past grandkids a great grandkids what are a good things are going to happen to you so all you have left in your life is a grandchild that's it while me yeah oh no i still got good stuff like what we know my son graduating high school right my son getting a girlfriend blue plate special blue plates specials early meals getting.
"university kentucky" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"It's like imagine if if you think of the two kentucky schools could uh university kentucky in louisville if if if potato said we're gonna run triangle and calviparisett we're going to remember we always rent everybody's gonna go to kentucky because all these one in done all these mcdonnell all americans as the goal is to get to the pros as fast as possible if you if i guess if you're there four years the the secret is what you just in develop fast enough because you should have been in one and done but that's what they that's what the kids want as what they play let's go to kevin in jersey kevin you're on the fan tony page would do not must men are you build an extremely pompidou non yes he comes from my he comes from the jerry krause tree whatever it however jerry krause that he made it happen astonishly enough mean he was a pompton individuals well you're one of the pope you can kiss is ring i guess fill you got a kiss all eleven armed boy he proved nothing i think another tung thing also is chris paul going in houston of them um so big belonged point a alone the point i think feeding norm it i think kills new york only because with all this other talk about building he uh superteam than what not i i agree with these guys these guys really they want to be the king of the hill and right now the king of hill golden state by far easily gm um him going to go him going to houston he obviously loved the coach wide open dude tony kinda reminds me of the old shell relaxed schill hippie ish lead the boys do what they wanna do but the the catch twenty chewed of that is you still do need defence somehow pop shown every year kawhi leonard doesn't go down yeah fast enough that he had enough defense they proved that you you have to have them an uh the defensive mentality he just foreign keep wide open which is good for one effect will you he's wide open as could be drained gonna be no defense played.
"university kentucky" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of team to get caught up there pete on hell here's a little something else a goes along with that rise university kentucky women's basketball team was ranked but i but bleep fifteen with a came into play the see women early in the season are not conference game he was the same time is the dops for playing the best football team was playing they had a needing game it was the universe in a touchy got their late their own fall for getting their because they were told multiple times from see you leave early to get to the coors events center didn't do it boston the game but turned up upsetting them because a shot about a half hour before were begun for the game depth we want to push it you know we're here late to tropical hoping said the warned yeah we told you and in years past that would've been much for problem to make it through traffic in boulder when there was a bust football game no that's up to a true there yes some of those down years he had pretty down crowd for football no problem getting into the game but now of this year get there early yeah it's a little bit of a tougher ticket so that free fisher and he and i will go back and forth from time to time you can certainly at it you have it you know twitter i do that to reach fisher already i d at fight has see ha are you catcher only i do nobody stole your name on nobody spells by name the way i do all kinds easy on the works have pretty well brees been doing this for a long time an effect you and i could have crossed paths you actually in my hometown working for a short time opens constitute during the yeah i was up there about the two middle two thousand about summer two thousand three college winner two thousand seven so about three and a half years i was up there i was doing now play by play for western a basket community college the both men's and women's basketball volleyball little soccer and it was did some high school stuff.