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"This quarterback from maryland which recruiting by the name of bobby stable house. Who at that time. They didn't have five stars and four stars three stars and all that stuff just like you said but the biggest thing that they had was. You've made a usa today all american team. I mean that's all it was and then they'd have the players the year in the states and stuff like that and bobby. Sable house was ranked the number one player in the country. And so i'm recruiting him in maryland. That was my area and a thursday night after practice. Moment when i got the private plane we flew to. Maryland was sat down and bobby houses home his mom and dad who originally from cincinnati so had a affiliation with being around michigan. It was Let great evening. And they're great people and you know they didn't leave anything They wanted him to come to michigan. And bobby said well. I talked to steve spurrier florida and calmest him. That i would at least visit this coming weekend. And this was a thursday night and then i will call you on sunday night. And we'll confirmed about becomes the michigan and so you know mo- and i felt good going back on the plane and like everything was good. He called me on sunday night and said Coach i've decided. I'm gonna play for steve spurrier fordham thought. Oh my goodness well you don't recruits not. Like you have an abundance of quarterbacks. I mean you're not working ten guys to get one you know you're we had all of our money throwing them the money by saying that but we had all our marbles in that pocket say loss because we thought we were going to get him and he called on sunday night and i told mo- most sold the next morning where to staff getting most of first thing he says. Well we lost sabe. Watts what are we gonna do. So everybody's just sixteen or fifteen or sixteen. There were sitting around the table. And billy harris rosen. Put his hand up in the back. And says i've got this kid in california that i think is pretty good. I don't he's recruited you know by the west coast schools. But i think we might have a shot at it. Well what's his name his. Name's tom brady.
"university michigan" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Came in, and, you know, decided to have to go with everything different after that was a bad idea. But go away from, you know the offensive lineman that Mexican we're getting and everything else, but that's a long that would be a long explanation of going into it all. Uh, did you get them a Holmes? Cut? You know the barbershop. Where'd you go a different direction. Young kids. Well, you know what I did not go with that. I was actually taking my elderly uncle in so that he could get his cut. And while there, um, you know, the guys were there and and As as these conversations are coming up, and we're talking about recruiting one of the coaches, um, coach over at Bellville High School, which is a hop skip and a jump from from in Harbor. And We're talking like, how does an Arbor How does University Michigan miss out on a kid? A D linemen that's literally in our backyard. He decides to go to Obama. Are we missing out on so many good recruits are going to other big 10 schools or SEC schools, and we have the same kids in our backyard. And they're they're opting out. How does that happen? Because we think grass is greener somebody else's yard. But is it not? Isn't headed not shown to be greener. That's my issue. When you look at the state of Ohio And the amount of overall football talent that they have coming out of high school. None of these kids are in any rush to leave home all of these kids, and I think that's another. Feather in the head of the team from down South is they have their pick of the cream of the crop. Whereas When you're looking at the state of Michigan, who is recruiting the state of Michigan? How hard are we recruiting to keep our home grown kids here? How many former players have college age kids now? That are not going to Michigan. That to me is a travesty. It's a very good question. I wanted to ask you like just looking at the offensive line from this year, and you know you have a bonus year, so we don't exactly know who's coming in. Who's going. I know that Guy that it's a little perplexing without knowing what happened. Behind the scenes. Redshirt freshman got a chance to start his first game at center at Rutgers. Now you know he's bouncing. He's transferring He would have, you know 34 more years if he wanted to play center, So that was weird. I think in jail in Mayfield's going Pro so that that doesn't leave a lot of experience. Thomas is my point that I'm getting to. What would you think the best case scenario would be with the Michigan offensive line yet? You had a lot of different guys getting some chance that some reps this year season didn't go well, but you did. If, if you're looking, I don't know if that's a silver lining. See in a guy like a true freshman and Zach's Enter, Get in there. And But But what would be the the best case scenario? Even you know, knowing the youth and experience of this old line just looking forward. I think the best case scenarios this is is more of ah psychological aspect of things I think and one of things we've been saying since this particular Um Coaching staff, as has been in place you need to start Relying upon the past players that you have within a hour radius to come in and start trying to mentor some of these kids. And As in. I'm like you got John Jansen. Right there in the building, or, you know, doing something with Michigan football. You want to bring a guy like that? And I'm sure ride pain with life here in a minute. If he had an opportunity to sit down for a couple of days and hang out, hang out with these young guys. I'm here You have a plethora of individuals that have won championships been in the hot, understand what it means to play offense of life at the University of Michigan. And I'm just saying, at least to my knowledge. There has not been any reaching out to tap on the experience. Um, that former players bring to the table. I think right now with the young offensive line, the biggest thing that I would love to push forward to these guys is working together. And understanding and cultivating that offensive line mindset of what it means to be a player here. Tyne University of Michigan at that particular position. Understanding that If we're making mistakes for making mistakes and 100 miles an hour, but also understanding to that My allegiance is not to the coach and is not to the offense. It's to my line, mate. That is your first and most important allegiance is to the guy playing to the to the right and left of you. As I said before, many time on this show, I wasn't scared of less. I wasn't scared of Mike the border. Bobby Morrison. I wasn't scared of Lloyd and I wasn't scared of Mo. I was scared of Ron. Ron. I was scared of John and Damon and sack Adami and all the guys that are played around because those were the guys that were helping me form that chain and no Had no point time that I ever want to be the weakest link within that chain. And as long as you can come in with that level of mentality and everybody all your linemates on that same page You can pretty much do what you need to do. Now from a physical aspect of things. I would like to see us, you know, Trim up a little bit. We looked a little fat this year in my opinion. Um and also understand. The little idiosyncrasies about playing online. Like I said, before, when I'm still watching us getting beat on Teach West and Jamie and I have been talking about that since we first started to.
"university michigan" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"So you're expected to win at university? Michigan? I don't care if your shame back Lor If your name was saving Mayer are Harbaugh. You're expected to win and you had the resource is that you need to do well, in my estimation. Um, And you know that I don't think we have bowling alleys and all that stuff they got at Clemson. But I don't think you need that. And You know, I just see. I just know that a year ago we beat a Notre Dame team soundly, And now this year, they're vie for the national championship in the programs have gone in two different directions since that game. Um, so we got to make some adjustments That said, you know, I love Michigan and I'm passionate about it, and I love the kids. Um and I want to see the coaches do well. But I really think that Jim's gotta talkto. Can I take Ward they should do together. I think they should talk to some of the ex players that have recently graduated, asking what they liked what they think is wrong with the program. What is good because they got to get to the bottom of what's going on. I don't think you know they're gonna point to personality. We haven't established a quarterback and all that stuff. I don't wanna hear that. Because I just don't see great effort. I don't see the schemes. I don't think they're well conceived. Um, but I think we could do better. I don't want to fire one person. I don't see anybody get go. I want to see him do better. And I want to help him do better if I could do it in any way, But I can't coach and I can't play and I don't call the place him. So, uh, I wish I could play. I was gonna go back to those days. Uh, those were the greatest times of my wife. I mean, you know, exhilaration of plan and wearing that uniform. Environment, and I'm in that stadium. How great fans and the wonderful teammates that I had and togetherness we had in the special feeling. And we had this inspired, you know, magnificent coach. And coaches. We had wonderful staff. All that went on the great success. So that's where I'm on that. I think you mean he started graduates distance. You know why James? Do the kids talk to Grad assistant's You're right. I mean, blade blade with that being said, I gotta ask you. I don't know if you had a chance to listen to the the the Zoom call with Jim and, um Ward. And how they were talking about the contract and everything and I look, I'm confused like everybody else around here as to when the season gets over. But I mean they're talking they're talking about. We're gonna talk on the 19 or after the 19. That's when they think that pleases Don't do with when the site one of the founding day it's the 16th. Yeah, that makes no sense to me. So I think that together, they got to decide. Uh, if Jim wants to be the coach of Michigan, I think he's gonna indicate toward that He wants to desperately and he's gonna also communicate. Changes that need to be made and how he's gonna implement them. And I think Ward has to come back at him and help him and say, You know, this is not right now what we're gonna do. What do you need? Well, what we do to support Tell me what's going on. What do you think? Uh And I think you have tell Jimmy and when you evaluate every aspect your program and I want to come back Come back to me. You know, any business that does poorly is going to go through a rigorous evaluation. Now. Contract don't mean anything, You know. I mean, look, if I want, you know this guy, these guys get contracts and they get buyouts and all that stuff. Really the hell with Dad. Jimmy's a wealthy man. He'll never if if he left tomorrow, he doesn't have to work again. Any assistance get paid very well. So I want to know what they're gonna do to fix it and how they're going to fix it. And I want them to know that just plenty of us that want him to do well that are anxious to help him and believe in him. But at same time jumps out, right. It's gotta be fixed. You don't go through a season like that in that and not, you know, looking yourself. So they gotta decide. I mean, it was gonna be here shake his hand. And this Toby was our coach. And then you know, I'm Jenny. Pay me. I'll go. You're the year. I'm not good enough get written. Let's do a deal, you know, broken have any contracts? I know things have changed, and now we have the celebrity coach in their paid huge amounts of money. Well, too much is given much is expected. But all these guys would coach of the game a couple $100,000 get in the car. You know, the market place is going crazy. Um, but you know, we're in a situation where where we could go either way. Um And we've got to start building and we've got to get back. We got a quarterback. We've had a lot of kids transfer that concerns me What kids want leave. Um, you know, we never now it was different rules, but there were no transfers. Um You know, the story about Lloyd and Brady. Brady came into wasn't playing and he said coaching, and I'm thinking about transferring and Lloyd look at him. And he said, You know, Tom, I'm surprised I thought you were competitive. I thought you got your guy was able to overcome adversity would do what was quiet and all the things that are necessary to become a great player. Because you're not right now. You have to develop. You have to improve, but I thought you'd take that challenge. So I'm shot, Tom. You know what if you're not that guy, then transfer I think that talk and a lot to do with Tom Brady and who he is today. Because he decided that he was gonna greatest teeth. He was going to make himself a player and he did has become the greatest player perhaps in history. Um, so you know, Look, you either win or you lose. And that's not that profound. So you gotta figure out you're gonna figure out what's going on. They have to do an assessment of what's going on now, so everybody wants to know about the contact contract contract. Well, I think we ought to be recruiting players that want to come desperately. The Michigan like Jamie Morris did. Guy did. I think we have to focus on the Midwest and we had to compete for the best players out of Ohio. Um, I think we are really evaluate the intangibles and I'm not sure what they do and how they do it. But Bill McCartney used to say ability this gives a chance. It's all the other aspect, you know, uh, a sense of purpose. Uh, determination to succeed. Ability to persevere through adversity to fight through it to earn the right We need kids with those attitudes. And if they don't have those attitudes, we don't need him. Now you're going to get some kids that might not totally understand that, but that's teaching. You teach them to think like that. That's the mindset. You know, I mean, I know. You know, there are guys that run companies and they teach the people they you know they their leaders and they say, this is what we're gonna win this. We're gonna do it. This is our vision, and this is what's required. It's not gonna be easy. It's gonna be hard stuff. We're gonna put the time and then we're gonna do it the right way. And we're.
"university michigan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"You spot traffic problems, call the tip line for 79 23 36 Hour. Next report in 10 minutes. I'm Bobby Ellis News Radio 8 40 W A. S The updated afternoon forecast. Im Wook. Why Chief meteorologist J. Cardosi. Lots of sunshine and pleasantly cool air on this Friday afternoon will be close to 60. Tonight, it's going to get chilly again, mainly clear skies. A frost advisory has been issued for a good chunk of the listening area officially in Louisville around 40, but the suburbs, the outline regions, middle and upper thirties. Tomorrow. Mostly sunny. A beautiful afternoon mid sixties. That's your forecast. Some w lk Why? Chief meteorologist J. Cardosi, Kentucky. Anna's breaking news, Weather and Traffic station. This's NewsRadio. Wait. 40. W H. J s Your news now. Good afternoon. I'm Suzanne Duval News. Radio 8 48 J. Yes. Governor. Beshear doesn't have a briefing this afternoon. But he will be releasing the latest covert 19 numbers sometime in the five o'clock hour, possibly by video. Indiana numbers out this morning were grim, The state said. It's forthe single day case record in eight days, Topping 2000 for the first time, the Indiana Department of Health today announced that 2328 Additional Hoosiers have been diagnosed with covert 1922 newly reported deaths Bring the Indiana death toll to 3654 and ABC is Brian Clark. Reports The United States has surpassed eight million confirmed cases of covert 19 per John Hopkins University, Michigan, Ohio in Colorado were among the eight states to report record numbers of new cases on Thursday alone. Also in that group is Wisconsin, which is reporting a record number of cove in 19 days. It's this week. These numbers coming in national trends that show 38 States and Washington, D. C are experiencing increasing numbers of cases. The seven day national average of new cases has surpassed 53,000, its highest level since August. 12th. Ryan Clark. ABC News Despite the widespread escalations, President Trump today in Florida,.
2 Michigan Colleges Face Coronavirus Outbreaks In The 1st Week Of School
"On college campuses continues involving Corona virus outbreaks and how to handle them. Today. There are developments from Michigan, where two big state universities are facing different difficulty challenges. NPR's elicit nad Warning has been on a college road trip as the school year begins and is just back from Michigan and she joins us now high, Elissa Hello. Let's first talk about the University of Michigan graduate students there. Another employees are striking over Coben, 19 precautions and the reopening of campus. Tell us what they're protesting, or what the advocating for So the graduate employee organization orgy EO represents about 2000 grad student instructors They've been striking since last week. Their demands include, among other things, the universal right to work remotely. They also want more testing for Corona virus on campus. I talked with a mere Fleischman He's a graduate student who teaches political theory. He was out on the picket lines this morning at 5 A.m., he said. They felt like they tried everything to get the attention of the university and it didn't work. We've held protests we held it died. We've had car caravan. It's been an impact bargaining for months. This has gotten us nowhere. We felt that we had no other option but to engage in strike. And Eliza. What do university Michigan officials have to say about all this? We'll yesterday the U of M President Mark Schlissel, ask the courts to intervene and send the grad students backto work. It's illegal in the state of Michigan for education workers to strike and that ruling is expected by the end of the week. Student workers say. Until then, they'll continue to be on the picket lines. All right, So the University of Michigan has thousands of students living in dorms and taking in person classes. But just north of there is Michigan State in East Lansing, which is all online. Tell us more what's happening there. So at Michigan State University. There's been a big jump in cases since some students returned to the town last month, and that's despite the fact that they're not taking any classes in person this weekend, the university as students living in town to quarantine for two weeks to help curb the spread. I've been keeping in touch with an MSU freshman named Sidney Harakah Veena. She's living in an off campus apartment with her roommates. I called yesterday to ask her about the lock down, and instead she told me that she herself had just tested positive for Corona virus. I was trying to be safe. My roommates were trying to be safe like we kind of avoided like the bigger scenes like I wouldn't want to go somewhere where I could get it. But like even my remains friends, they don't abide by that. And now it really just like, bit them and us in the butt because we hung out with them, and then they had it. So it really was a chain effect. All of her roommates are also positive, though none of them have symptoms, and the three of them are isolating in their apartment. She told me she's already feeling a little restless eye, but they are so how do these two schools fit into what you're hearing across the country in your reporting? Well what colleges air. Finding all over the country is that all it takes is a small all group of students going to parties for the virus to really start making its way through social circles and into the surrounding community. You know, The other thing is the high positive cases in East Lansing show us that colleges don't actually have that much control over this as they might like right because classes are already online there, So I think it's an important lesson for schools that have in person classes because it shows there really aren't that many good options. For shutting the semester down. That's NPR's Listen that morning. She covers higher and thanks for following this, we look forward to hearing more of your report says You continue throughout the fall of school continues. Thanks so much, Sasha.
Chicago - 2 Michigan Colleges Face Coronavirus Outbreaks In The 1st Week Of School
"Turmoil on college campuses continues involving Corona virus outbreaks and how to handle them. Today. There are developments from Michigan, where two big state universities are facing different difficulty challenges. NPR's elicit Mad Warning has been on a college road trip as the school year begins and is just back from Michigan and she joins us now. Hello. Let's first talk about the University of Michigan graduate students there. Another employees are striking over Coben, 19 precautions and the reopening of campus tell us what they're protesting or whether they advocating for So the graduate employee organization orgy EO represents about 2000 grad student instructors They've been striking since last week. Their demands include, among other things, the universal right to work remotely. They also want more testing for Corona virus on campus. I talked with a mere Fleischman. He's a graduate student who teaches political theory. He was out on the picket lines this morning. At five AM, he said. They felt like they tried everything to get the attention of the university and it didn't work. We've held protests we held it died. We've had car caravan. It's been an impact bargaining for once. This has gotten us nowhere. We felt that we had no other option but to engage in straight. And Eliza. What do university Michigan officials have to say about all this? We'll yesterday the U of M President Mark Schlissel. Ask the courts to intervene and send the grad students backto work. It's illegal in the state of Michigan for education workers to strike and that ruling is expected by the end of the week. Student workers say. Until then, they'll continue to be on the picket lines. All right, So the University of Michigan has thousands of students living in dorms and taking in person classes. But just north of there is Michigan State in East Lansing, which is all online. Tell us more. What's happening there. So at Michigan State University. There's been a big jump in cases since some students returned to the town last month, and that's despite the fact that they're not taking any classes in person this weekend, the university as students living in town to quarantine for two weeks to help curb the spread. I've been keeping in touch with an MSU freshman named Sidney Harakah Veena. She's living at an off campus apartment with her roommates. I called yesterday to ask her about the lock down, and instead she told me that she herself had just tested positive for Corona virus. I was trying to be safe. My roommates were trying to be safe like we kind of avoided like the bigger scenes like I wouldn't want to go somewhere where I could get it. But, like even my roommates, friends, they don't abide by that and now really, just like them and us in the butt because we hung out with them, and then they had it so it really was a chain effect. All of her roommates are also positive, though none of them have symptoms, and the three of them are isolating in their apartment. She told me she's already feeling a little restless, but they are so how do these two schools fit into what you're hearing across the country in your reporting? Well, what colleges they're finding all over the country is that all it takes is a small all group of students going to parties for the virus to really start making its way through social circles and into the surrounding community. You know, The other thing is the high positive cases in East Lansing show us that colleges don't actually have that much control over this as they might like right because classes are already online there, So I think it's an important lesson for schools that have in person classes because it shows there really aren't that many good options. For shutting the semester down.
"university michigan" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"February. The official unemployment rate was a measly three point five percent. This worth remembering our current economic crisis had nothing to do with the underlying economy. It's all about the pandemic. In any case, the latest unemployment rate for the month of April. Fourteen point, seven percent. The reality is that number is too low Betsey Stevenson an economist at the University Michigan has served as chief economist of the US Department of Labor, as well as on the Council of Economic Advisors in the Obama Administration, many of the people who reported that they were employed but they weren't able to go to work. They were absent from work not working from home but absent from work many of those people should have been counted among the unemployed at least among the temporary unemployed, which means the official unemployment rate is skewed. So what other data sources are there to the fastest data that comes out is applications for unemployment insurance those are called unemployment. Insurance. Initial claims, data the cares act made a bunch of people who are not normally eligible for you I eligible and this is called pandemic on employment assistance. Since the middle of March forty million people have applied for unemployment benefits another way is to take a look at our employers and ask our employers how many people do they have on payroll compared to the number of people they had on their payrolls in February those losses are around twenty, one, million, quite a bit less than the unemployment applications. There's a third way that we can try to take a look at the state of the labour market. We can survey a households and ask people. What were you doing in a particular week where you at work or not? All these numbers are in this sort of twenty to thirty to forty million that's a huge range but it all paints the same picture of really staggering scale of work stoppage. Where does Stevenson put the true unemployment rate for April the true unemployment Ray is probably around nineteen twenty percent, and that number may be low or may rise further. Let's put that in context during the great recession of two, thousand, seven to two, thousand, nine, the unemployment rate reached ten, percent nine, million jobs were lost over the course of those two years with cove in nineteen twenty to forty million jobs were lost in about two months. If we use Stevenson's estimate that the true unemployment rate is now around twenty percent. That's getting us into the territory of the Great Depression when unemployment hit twenty five percent now again, comparisons are not parallel in both the Great Depression and great recession job loss was a consequence of economic calamity with cove nineteen, its job loss because of an economic shutdown produced by public health calamity. Still, if you are a labor economist, the current numbers are literally unbelievable s. a year ago. The same person had brought me this table of Statistics and said, this is what calculated I would have said you. Did something wrong that's Abigail Wozniak. She is a research economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. We have in the course of a month taken a turn that really has magnified the losses of the great recession many times over we've eradicated all of job growth in the last ten years wasn't naked spent her career studying recessions. Here's one sobering finding. If you are a college graduate who enters the job market during a recession, you never really catch up your lifetime earnings around ten to fifteen percent lower. With covid nineteen WOZNIAK has been serving Americans across the country about their physical and financial health. Some patterns have already jumped out. For instance unemployment has risen dramatically for workers who don't have a college degree and I looked back to the great recession numbers in really that pattern looks very similar but she has noticed one difference in most recessions. Black workers experienced more unemployment than whites. In this case, they are about the same and in this event unemployment rates for Hispanic, workers have shot. Past those for black and white workers, and they are experiencing the highest levels of unemployment rate now. So that is really something that's quite different bets likely because some of the industries most affected by the pandemic including the service sector have a lot of Hispanic workers, the same for construction, which is also slowed. So how does Wozniak think about recovery and reemployment? That she says, depends on what kind of recovery we get. So I think folks might have heard kind of popular phrase, the jobless recovery, and what that was connecting to was kind of empirical fact that employment was somewhat slower to recover in the last couple of recessions prior to the great recession, and in fact, there's good evidence that it never quite fully recovered particularly for some skill groups of workers that what we had in the more recent recessions was significant reallocation of what jobs. Looked like so that win employment started to pick up coming out of the recession the types of jobs that folks were doing looked a little bit different. That is opposed to an style of recession where the previous jobs tended to return. If you look at recessions in the sixties and seventies, you would see folks reporting layoffs. This very kind of formal were laying you off, but we might call you back type of separation. So what determines the nature of the job recovery's this time around? Betsey. Stevenson. Again, what ultimately happens to job laws depends on the consumption choices that you and I? Else, make during an in the wake of this pandemic Stevenson sees three factors that are potentially changing our consumption choices. Number one, we are learning to use new technology. And the pandemic has forced us to make some investments in change that we might not have made before at least not right away because change is hard. But with a pandemic, we've been forced to learn how to order things online how to use zoom how to use Google hangouts. So those investments will make us more likely to continue to use new technology going forward..
"university michigan" Discussed on Noble Warrior with CK Lin
"Do you then dry everything you wanna right in terms of job description in terms of a manifesto. How do you? Concretize Assoc. there is a handle to the night. Did value way you're trying to implement? Because then like the idea, the words are cheap. It's actually how do you actually implement this and great systems and structures that really matters. So I mean there's there's a lot of ways right. You know there's there's simply. And I think it does start with a mindset shift. You have to start thinking differently. You have to start thinking of your people as human beings, not just resources not just numbers on a spreadsheet. And then you one of a really easy foundational thing to do is help. Your people become radically aligned to their strengths Dallas strengths finder via character strengths to amazing resources that you can start with media. And you start helping people understand. And awake and their strengths. Because a lot of people don't really know what their strengths are. And, so if you can start to help people like take the tests. Coach I'm a bit. have it as an ongoing part of the conversation, and then you can go further you can do things called job crafting which came out of the University Michigan. Where you start helping, people actually write their own job descriptions. Start out. You start looking out. People's unique strengths. Their interests. And Start. You know there's everything from reinventing the current role you're doing. By, using your top strengths. To create straight up creating new roles. Now, of course, there needs to be business. Need like you can't just be like. Hey, I. Am really good at selling and I really love Cotton Candy so I'm GonNa Start Selling Cotton Candy to all of our employees. Like. We're feedback business. We don't need cotton candy. But. We have done this with a number of people internally fifteen five and what's cool? is you see the engagement and the contribution from those roles?.
"university michigan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Venues is a challenge as well particularly this year university Michigan which was originally supposed to host the second event on October fifteenth backed out earlier this week all of this could be simplified of the campaigns would drastically reduce the live audiences who attend the debates or even do away with them entirely missed practice isn't that convenient so now the media are starting to campaign on behalf of by then the Democrats you don't need live audiences for debates now what does that mean when I told you at the beginning of the show backbenchers please write it down I know you well written regurgitated on Monday which is this if there's to be debates they want them to be virtual debates in other words not to mention ending on a stage behind podiums looking at each other debating they saw but by the look that good the democratic debates it is amazing that many many of them and somehow they managed to work into the television schedule regardless of all the sporting events they don't want that look but by not there with trump because he'll blow out the election how loose and she says I look do away with them entirely away with them entirely the debates would probably be better to if they were conducted as the same nineteen sixty one between Kennedy and Nixon in a television studio so another words either virtual not at all in the studio we can't have these men stand it she's throwing out ideas now that would hurt trump in but I have an idea when we change it next election rather than this one I have a theory Mr but if you want to hear I don't think Joe Biden's with us anymore I think what we're looking at most of the time as a blow up doll I don't think I don't think there's any proof that there is a Joe Biden anymore it's like a it's a it's like a flash in the pan maybe they're just kind of putting together his statements or something implying that you know how you know you can do stuff with modern technology do you think that's what they're doing something like that hundred percent right we can have debates the minimum they ought to be very trolls you shouldn't have a convention with people a debate with people yeah just cut out the people ladies engineers say you just cut the people are the Democrats will be fine with that but my theory is that Joe Biden does not exist that there I don't know technology like in the production artist and so but some is going on here something's going right something strange is going and I can hear the production people no no no it's not a hundred twenty billion you idiot it's a it's a hundred twenty thousand have but I can say a hundred twenty two I met a hundred and twenty eight thousand almost robotic I have another theory Mr but if you want to hear it Joe Biden is seen the same plastic surgeon is Nancy Pelosi because I'll tell you what they're starting their starting to look alike by starting to look like pelo sim pelo see starting to look like but don't you see that in their foreheads are melting they're far heads are melting energy policies for eyebrows I say this with all due respect I'll be right back in.
"university michigan" Discussed on WJR 760
"Call university Michigan infectious disease program any questions you have about the corona virus are particularly about how we are potentially going to come back into regular life and still have some sense of security eight seven seven forty four Mitch take some phone calls here in the second I I do yep eight seven seven forty four Mitch and a higher on the missile program go ahead Hey match aren't great show I was I had a question for the doctor computers to go you have that doctor on that was discussing the advocacy of UV lights and killing corona virus on surfaces my kids tonight we receive an IV form of are you the treatment which uses the UV a and UV C. light and it kills all bacteria viruses and fungi on contact and it's been in use in the medical community since the fifties and my kids got a treatment I did not they didn't have the cash to put forward for treatment I end up getting sick but was probably the corona virus but my kids did it and yeah I was just wondering why isn't you know I realized at accion is a long ways out but there are attractive treatments now liked it D. U. B. I. the internet have you asking why are we why are we using that more to fly there there's also a UV ozone which kills all bacteria and viruses let's let's ask Dr call that have to call yeah sure so it is definitely true that UV light than other transradial or other kinds of like can be used to decontaminate things like math and services but unfortunately there there there isn't any evidence that you can treat people with that in a way that backed up against the virus like this or any other medical condition so I don't know what hi vis vis a she claimed that they were getting I can get an IV of UV treatment I don't know what that is the yeah I mean I think that it's safe to say at this point that there is no proven treatment for corona virus there was when we could get it we give it to everybody so what we're trying to do and the university of Michigan and all over the world is to test various treatments and rigorous clinical trials and really good good evidence as to what works and what doesn't Hey doc when we don't have a definitive only if you can get it again I know I've heard it both ways however they don't think so they think you can is it gonna be a definitive answer to that question yeah well so right now there isn't a clear answer but it's not something that works super worried about so the main report that came out was from South Korea where David had tested people who had it the Democrats did negative and then they get further tests and they were positive but these are cats that pick up just tiny bits of of of RNA of pieces of the viral genetic code and it certainly doesn't mean that there's virus there that could be spread to another person and I think it's overwhelmingly likely that just like any other cold virus this is really a cold virus it's just we don't have any immunity to it so go down into your lungs but like any other coal buyers once you get it you're probably not going to get it again in the short term I mean think about when your kids get a cold they come home and bring it to everybody in the family and then everybody in the family get as well the kids don't get it again the next week right and that's probably going to be routed from the virus well eight seven seven forty four minutes our phone numbers if you'd like to ask the doctor a question the antibody test that they've been talking about which would produce results showing if you had antibodies which might suggest you already had it and it went through you when you were a symptomatic or at least if you've got anybody supplied that seems like a much simpler test up a finger **** blood test is there a chance that that could be a key to people going back to work in larger numbers if perhaps they made that determination because it's a simpler task to do and I would want to have our people least at tech that if you if you have that at least it shows you have some kind of fighting chance if if if corona virus should get into the office six cetera with was at a rate of a logical way to look at that yeah I think it is I think that's going to be a critical tool that we can use to help get the economy up and running again so we have to get past that we know work in our on our properly validated and we know are giving us good information but that can be attached to look at if you ever had a crowd of ours and it's pretty likely that if you're positive that your chance of getting it is low and even if you did get it again it would probably be more miles that's the most likely outcome so we have to prove those things but I think there's going to be really important to us when when when's that going to be available I keep hearing like a week but that was last week and the week before I give it a week a week okay we're at the week yeah people are being cautious so there are S. P. A. cleared cast for this that already available at certain reference labs so I I think it will be short but we want to do enough work to make sure that we're comfortable that it's a good cast that it's picking up people who had this who had sars Kobe to who didn't have another just regular crown of ours because of the cold so we need to make sure they're accurate and it's better to wait a little while and make sure we have a good pass that work than to roll out something that it it gives a false result eight seven seven forty four Mitch Pat you on the Mattel program high extravagant hi doc just wondering not consistent surgeons still contagious don't quite through hand so quickly with such international travel it's been a pretty realistic to think that also been aware what's at international airports we finally had it overhearing I'd states throughout January and just wasn't detected but that be realistic to say I think you're absolutely right I think that's the problem that's where we we kind of failed be prepared and to get our our testing going throughout that January and February so we could have picked up those cases and really can't think down like they were able to do in some other countries well you know we just heard president trump crowing about by January thirty first we had one death in this country one death you know and I acted on China but by the time you had one death from it they were probably tens of thousands of people or or or at least thousands of people who already have been exposed who were maybe early on the curve of it and started showing up a week or two later or maybe were a symptomatic all the rest when you point to well we have one reported death we weren't doing the testing for somebody could have died from this and and and nobody even identified that as the the reason why right you're actually right and that clearly happened looking back and there were there were going to give you the most the people we see in the hospital there's six four and twelve days with a cold that then progresses to pneumonia and they get short of breath and they come in so and then they can be in for a week and you know may or may not survive and so by that time it's it's widespread in the community yeah why is it doctor that we keep hearing these cases about my brother was thirty years old and my uncle was thirty seven years old worked out all the time got it and and he just couldn't shake it and these death at all it will why I mean no wonder lying health issues no hypertension no diabetes N. get death comes I think this is what got has people so spooked and of course it could be a tiny tiny percentage but if you hear the story and it sounds like looks like somebody like you then you start to say well who was one like me then there could be another like me what are our our cases like that that we have that with the regular flu too if we if we covered the story the same way or is this just something about this particular disease we still understand what we do both things are true we do have a regular flu but clearly for people in their twenties and thirties there are deaths and more common than in any typical flu year and probably more than some of the pandemic years that we've had and so no everyone should be afraid of this virus and everyone should follow social distancing if not for themselves then for their more vulnerable neighbors and relatives and friends and just it's just everyone right so why do certain young people do find and other young people have a very serious case those things remain unknown that's gonna thank you for your time it's it's a way I could talk for another hour on this is so many questions but we appreciate your you're coming out of this we help and get a chance to talk to you again in the near future my pleasure thanks for having me Dr Daniel call there for university Michigan infectious disease program some good information there and yeah keep that in mind when you're replaying these videos of how Donald Trump is crowing about how fast he was to act by the time we already had a death in this country there were thousands of people already infected and and and their death started showing up a couple weeks later so the rewriting of history which is mind boggling if you see this press conference mind boggling that a president would use that forum to run a campaign that mind boggling and yet we shouldn't be surprised at how nice day or every day is a mind meld road every day may be about to do a hostage video first of the night the weekend here I knew what was coming right outside it.
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"Up in a lot of Houston got home so he isn't saying the Australian museum got it all at home in in the guide to Germany but the state because their parents like it's just as bad here and we don't you go on the airplane right now and the second part was you can do online because this is in a meeting of the harpy do online classes seven times on the way in Michigan the standouts in a study that seeded men's and women's NCAA tournament brackets based on graduation rates academic success and diversity in the head coaching ranks Gonzaga was a number one seed in both records released yesterday by the institute for diversity and ethics in sport at central Florida university Michigan a one seed for the men a three seed for the women's sports ten forty pass each our toddler komo news twenty minutes a nonstop news continues now and as the corona virus outbreak continues millions of Americans are losing both their jobs and their health insurance to the soaring number of Americans out of work a record six point six million people laid off last week alone in just two weeks nearly ten million people in this country have filed new claims for unemployment insurance a staggering figure which doesn't even include the self employed or undocumented workers or the many Americans you've been trying to apply but can't like Emily Tucker who worked as a sales associate in San Antonio Texas I just got an apartment started a new job and I was laid off and because my business is not essential he has been trying to file for unemployment benefits for more than two weeks I can't even get in contact with somebody to speak with them so I am stuck with bills to pay mouths to feed no job to provide me an income growing unemployment numbers put unprecedented strain on phone lines and websites dedicated to unemployment benefits that rising joblessness adding another strain the potential loss of health insurance for millions we have never experienced an economic crisis that has come on you know this fast or this profoundly and this is coming in the midst of not just an economic crisis but a public health crisis as well when people need their health insurance more than ever after losing her job as a cook in Las Vegas two weeks ago Jacqueline Bali on has been trying unsuccessfully to file for unemployment I'm running out of all my money which was not a whole lot to begin with and now I'm being told by my insurance company but if I can't pay my premium and I have to switch to Medicaid and lose all my benefits across the country in Houston Texas James anyway lost his job as a photographer and is battling cancer for the third time my family mobile.
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"The city of Detroit also responding to the corona virus threat we have now partially opened the emergency operations center not because we have any cases but because we expect this likely a matter of days and we want to be up and running when that happens we can respond to which ever address or location there is Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel also warning residents to be aware of potential price gouging in connection to the coronavirus cases in Michigan she says consumers should watch for anyone charging customers in excess of a price previously charge anyone who suspects price gouging should report it immediately president trump will be addressing the nation from the oval office tonight while his administration is considering several things from tax relief to travel advisories to fight coronavirus at a meeting with top bank executives today president said the pay roll tax cut remains under consideration think the payroll tax would be great Democrats are not in favor of it I'm trying to figure out why this is it would be something that would be very good for the the citizens for the people and the longer term for the country and on Capitol Hill today the director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases Dr Anthony Fauci told lawmakers it's gonna get worse the corona virus and it is worse than the flu season people always say well the flu you know the flu does this the flu does that the flu has a mortality of zero point one percent this is a metallic of ten times that the university of Michigan Michigan State University Wayne State University Oakland University Michigan technological university and central Michigan have now announced they are planning to move to online camp classes only again due to this coronavirus the final four will go on but there will be no fans in the stands the NC double a announcing that only essential staff unlimited family members will be able to attend all events there will be basketball games but there will be no audience there on Wall Street today a very rough day do again due to covert nineteen the Dow was down fourteen hundred and sixty four points the nasdaq was down three hundred ninety two the S. and P. was off one forty for W. J. R. news I'm Marie Osborne more the Mitch Albom show was Steve Courtney coming your way into.
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"Thank you. I A quick update on the corona virus. Last Night Michigan Governor Gretchen. Whitmer announced that two cases of Cova nineteen had been identified in the State of Michigan. One Woman Oakland County who traveled internationally and the other a man in Wayne County the travel domestically. The governor said both are middle aged. The governor also declared a state of emergency freeing up resources for the mitigation effort. Also the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has awarded the State of Michigan. Fourteen point five million dollars to support the corona virus response effort. There are some other developments as of this recording Michigan State University Wayne State University Michigan Tech and central Michigan University have moved their students online classes. Also both Msu N. Wayne State will extend their spring break until March twenty third. And this weekend. If you're thinking about heading the eastern market it will still be open. There will be hand. Sanitizing stations at the major entrances because similar events have been canceled around the country. We know that we have some listeners. That have questions about the Saint Patrick's Day parade in Cork down. This Sunday March fifteenth as of this recording. Which is Wednesday afternoon? They are waiting on a decision from the Detroit. Health Department. Joining me on the line is Celeste. Donohoe she is the director of physical stores for Amazon. They have some big news. They are coming to Metro Detroit. Celeste Welcome to Detroit for having US absolutely. So what is this? I hear that Amazon is doing like a retail store. I mean I know what you all did was online. What's the idea behind doing retail well? We're always experimenting on behalf of our customers and we know that customers really resonate and really appreciate the reviews that we have in stores. So we've opened a store that really highlights that so we're very excited to introduce Amazon stars..
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"Wild he is a professor university Michigan's school of environment sustainability and there's a reason that we're talking to him because it turns out that Lake Michigan jazzed broke a record and Dr tell us exactly what the record was for unfortunately so the the record it was just broken was the water level record the high water little record for the month of January there was a little record on the Great Lakes going back over a hundred years and for each month of the year there's record high record low and as you stated Lake Michigan along with week here on as one sort of big large like we just broke that level for the month of January man so we knew this is because the summer was ridiculously high here which was causing all kinds of problems in a beach erosion and and some of the other places where you're not really have even beach erosion but have to be just gone from you know it it may come back at some point they but it's but you couldn't eat was at usable and then what's even worse is a lot of the break waters and some of the other with with with that normally be submerged you be able to see them or totally under water boats running into one right right it's crazy now what does this mean for it generally the lake levels go down in the winter is that right absolutely right and so where we are right now is typically pretty close to the low point to that seasonal cycle water levels you know they go down in October November December and then as I know across the entire Great Lakes region wait there's there's water coming into the Lake Michigan from Canada from around the computer at all close down eventually into a Michigan here and then out but when the snow around the region melts what a little star rising and I usually start tapping into February March and April so that's correct we are at the sort of typical low points in the seasonal cycle right now what does this mean for the summer cool it means the water levels are going to be very high there's a couple different ways we can we can look at this one is is so much scientific but it's basically saying water levels are very high right now when you look at the water levels across the region and you look at how much moisture there is in the soil and believe it or not there are there are maps and there are satellite products they can tell us that the Great Lakes basin right now is saturated there is a lot of swimming oyster across the region and so what that means in general it in any time it rains or any amount of water to melt out of snow it's not gonna be able to go down into the soil it's going to turn to run off an increase water level so that's one perspective the other perspective is that some of the federal agencies in the region including the army corps of engineers and also our friends in Canada in environment a crime you can't change Canada they develop computer models that predict water levels into the future and when you look at those over the next six months they all indicate that there's a very good chance that water levels on Lake Michigan your honor going to continue to be broken the records are going to continue to be broken for the next five to six months so I know that over the years and years and years and I remember this from being a kid at the low water levels are really high for awhile then they went really low in the nineteen eighties for a while here and what if there's a there's a cycle to this but is there is this be and a cycle is or something else is going on will we ever return to lower lake levels I think there is something else going on here you know it's interesting a lot of folks look at what I would say a sometimes they go up they go down there seems to be a cycle to them the interesting thing about that is that the water levels are really a consequence of precipitation bringing water into the lakes and evaporation taking water out of the lakes and when you look at precipitation across the Great Lakes region over the past three to four years it has been consistently going up across the entire region there's not some sort of every ten years twenty year pattern it is been going out of a lot of the your audience I know this but the last decade was the wettest decade on record in a large part of that is because of the Bundy precipitation that we receive the profit from Midwest and the Great Lakes region so that have much of a cycle in the drivers behind water levels and so part of what I think is unique right now is that all these records across the weeks of being broken at the same time an important context I was looking at this and to to your point about Hao water levels were high in the mid nineteen eighties they were low in the mid nineteen sixties week on Terrio down at the bottom of the whole system is actually controlled wait until you're one of those are controlled and designs to make sure the water levels don't exceed hi don't go below those week on Terrio broke its all time record high both in twenty seventeen and in twenty nineteen and we did not see that happen in the mid nineteen eighties when the other lakes were high and that suggests to me that we have a combination of soil moisture and precipitation going on right now that we haven't seen and and indicate if ever growing all those who are talking to is a professor at university of Michigan school for environment sustainability associate professor should say because they get the did the full professor give very mad about that and PhD now let's let's talk about what this actually means is what's what's the downside other than the incursion of the water and you know obviously there's public works projects and things like that they have to going to to play here to you know create zero some kind of a barrier any obvious we losing beaches we lost there's three beaches in Chicago they're never coming back now this movie put rocks in where the beaches would be because I just realized that even when the lake levels do go back if they cycle back down still not gonna be enough and to to previous levels so the question is is there something that is more dangerous for us other than the incursion of the water well let's see so if you're if you're asking about the impact of high water and the incursion I would say there are a range of different impacts including what you just mentioned and I recognize that the audience hears from there in Chicago the fact that you're seeing are are happening all across the Great Lakes region so in addition to some of the things you're mentioning about shoreline erosion they can be attacking teachers but they're also places were houses are literally falling in the water right now and be forced to either be abandoned or if they have the resources to move them away from the shoreline then there also some related but I think is a little more problematic consequences have you DO IT infrastructure there are some municipalities talking about how they're not able to run their waste water treatment systems properly because they rely on gravity outflows and one of the water rose in a week or two high they can operate them adequately that's very troubling to me when the the foundational municipal infrastructure that we rely on for quality of life is being threatened do the lake levels affect the river levels it's like a dumb question but I'm in Chicago we've got the reverse situation right I mean the the the the the water flows into the river system not out of the river system in the lake because of it how we reversed it in the east in the universe the Chicago River pockets does this affect that across the board here because that's flooding in other communities are certainly farmland they could be impacted by a question so there's a couple different types of rivers we're talking about here let's start first with rivers that flow into lakes messes that vast majority a lot of the rivers and streams they will win and the answer is yes if they are impacted depending on how close you are to the lake shore as the week begins to rise it essentially the term we use is a backwater what it really means is sort of backing up the river that as the river gets closer and closer to the lake its flow will slow down and spread out into more of the flood plain then when water levels are low so the answer is yes but it depends on how far down the review our order the words how far away from lake you are how much of the river gets affected so this is definitely an impact there and and certainly the rivers that connect the lakes are the same Mary's river at the Detroit River the St Clair river that flows through those rivers depends quite literally on the water level of the lake above that river in the water level below and to those big big rivers are also being affected right now this is wacky situation and things are changing at a pace that we did not anticipate no we we use the term glacier click or glacial pace to indicate with the way that things should be moving in terms of you know the big environment and did all those things but it's but things are moving faster than I think as we had ever anticipated here a lot of ways and this this lake levels actuation of try to Great Lakes but in Chicago it is it is quite alarming to people who have to deal with you know the infrastructure of this the city and and then you know people are just wanna use the lake right I mean it's just that it's a totally totally different world last summer was a totally different world and within we have ever seen here on this side lake at least doctor thank you very much I really appreciate you spending some time with us and run wild from university Michigan let's do this check in with the northwestern medicine newsroom Kim Gordon is working her fingers to the bone right now to bring it in is at the top of the hour and then on the other side now Peter reamers gonna be here in the four o'clock hour Greenberg the travel guy used to be on this this radio program at his other location many times great gassed and I wanna ask about this coronavirus story today because the the cruise lines are making determinations in terms of what they can do and as a Japanese because like it's got sixty one cases I'm a corona of coronavirus right now on board what do you do about that oh my god I thought the gist of the food poisoning was gonna be bad back with the news for their a plus for medicine is a mature.
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"By Wayne State University Michigan roads headed to a fix I am not here to play games that's why it's time for plan B. governor Gretchen Witmer announcing in our state of the state address the state will borrow three point five billion dollars to rebuild the roadways and bridges over five years the Republican led legislature had rejected her proposal proposed fuel tax hike last year I will ask the state transportation commission to issue state road bonds so we can start fixing the roads now rebuilding Michigan plan is finance without an increase at the gas pump and it will do three things save time save money and save lives the state road bonds she says one able the state department of transportation to do about twice as much construction on our U. S. and M. numbered roads routes as it is now the funds would not be used to repair local roadways one of the president's lawyers basically saying that anything goes in a reelection effort correspondent Jerry both later has more from Washington one of the president's lawyers basically said that anything goes in a reelection effort during yesterday's lengthy question and answer session Alan Dershowitz said if the president does something that he believes is in the national interest and will help him get reelected it cannot be considered a quid pro quo that results in impeachment Democrats scoffed at that claim one calling it beyond absurd president trump signing the U. S. Mexico Canada trade agreement at an outdoor ceremony at the White House yesterday the president says help for the American auto worker will be strength and the U. S. M. C. H. closes these terrible little balls and include strong provisions to ensure that new cars are fashioned by American hands that's a fancy word of saying built and manufactured with the American labor.
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"Joe Jack vino play those tunes good morning to Joe good morning Jerry good morning it is going to be crazy I tell you we got to go to Columbus tonight my son actually gets to play in the NHL ice tonight which I'm absolutely stoked about the Saint Xavier hockey team was invited up to Columbus to play Saint Xavier Cincinnati on now so we're going to see the devil's in the blue jackets play tonight well may be gay Steuben for those in hockey circles no one talking about and a former Misha university Michigan player and then my son never said no last night after the game and they called the ice of dreams deals what they do you bring both schools up and then after the game is over you get the ice for an hour and the two teams play game for now which is about the time that it takes to play his level of and we're set to watch how it's from the two thousand fifteen game and I'm like dude you know you're gonna show the ice always all stars right that's were finally some game with them because of work you would go to Nashville a Mike let's just stop so long story short that that aside we have to I was what keep an eye on the weather because we have to drive to Columbus yes as soon as I leave out here today hopefully the wind will be the high yes and I dad CMOS initially my concern was the rain but now it looks like my concern should be the wit and so as we head up there and then pull it up temperatures are gonna drop I mean the bottom is going to fall out so the party to be over so full so to every time you use the call by the way what does things I guess if if you I weird since it's going to be so cold if you had taken the hoses off your your spec it's there you might want to give that a shot to synapse loosely in in any other you know course the pats you've got to remember them because you could leave literally mid day today that's right leave your home and then all of a sudden come back to fifteen to twenty degree weather that's right a night so that's right Gerry because we we haven't had to do know what this time your I think this is the coldest it's gotten all year and as we're talking a week now that said it's going to get warmer as we move into next week but I has met Milosevic this off the air because he's good at long term forecasting yeah because we had all that warm weather it's set up like it did just a few years ago when that that cold air mass slid over our way you'll could we see this arctic cold again yeah let us learn from the past all right you know we live in the Ohio River valley yes hang around fifteen minutes weather will absolutely so what did Max say what he he wasn't willing to go all in on the whole it's going to get cold later thing I think he's kind of waiting to see what things are going to do so I was like alright that was a definite I I didn't get a definite yes it's gonna get freezing cold so I think we're good there I would be really surprised if we don't get a dose of winter here in the next couple weeks agreed yeah generally does not go this long with without some form of the other nature governess a kiss yeah absolutely all right Gerry thanks so much terrible working hard in the news room.
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"Platform to do that and to push our workout to the public but gatekeepers in these publishing companies that make it a challenge. And that's maybe we do all this self publishing but I'm Kinda you know we can have a conversation off line about how about that but Not Pulling on it but as a writer there are a lot of things that writes that you're kind of giving up and just your treatment of you as the author is just highly problematic. But he had to deal with the distribution which is very much now as part of the road for you because in addition to being a professor in which now you are formally family retired from. Yes but that doesn't mean that you are done doing this work so you give these lectures all over the place all over the country all over the world and then tab that you decided I'm going to be a content advisor and certified instructional designer which to me. I'm like we're that come from and so so what was the pathway that you decided to take and how how how you show up in these spaces as a person as a black woman doing the stuff having the pat pedigree that you have in your background but then entering this terrain that I can only imagine as highly gendered. It's highly gendered so I was on a editing eighteen when I moved back to Washington. DC from Ann Arbor Michigan when I left University Michigan and the editing team was comprised of me as a main editor and then a bunch of instructional designer and I got their work product. We redesigned training for Department of Transportation. And it was training mandated by the White House. Believe leave it or not and I can't even remember what the issue was but I looked at their work product and I said Oh they do exactly what we do every day as professors for a fraction of the cost. How do I get in on this? That's that little entrepreneurial slash Detroit all day every day we ought to hustle and I saw the invoices semester. Oh my goodness look at how much of these people for designing training using adult learning theory which you and I know as professors. We intuit wait what we know it either. By trial and error or formally educated. We have to learn learn adult learning theory and particularly if you leave by research one schools in tier one schools and you're suddenly teaching a to a population. It's really really diverse. In terms of their learning style. Always tell people you don't really have to know how to teach at Ivy League or research one or at your once school but you drop down to tier two or you go to a community college and it's a whole different ball all you have to know how to teach. I tried to rebrand myself and get jobs and I can never get jobs instructional designers I went back to Grad school as forget it. I'll go back to Grad school. I'll get credentials in instructional fractional design and as soon as I got those credentials I went out on the market and got all kinds of offers a couple of with my background as university professor the credentials. PhD The instructional design. Everything just opened up. And I feel 'cause daily people trying to bring me on project. I'm selective in the projects that I tell you a choose projects that like your projects that'll further whatever. My professional goal is like right now. I really really adobe captivate certified special which means I use adobe captivate software to design Online training and learning. I really WANNA master that so now. I'm just looking for our proud projects that allow me to use adobe captivate and really really learn it. She'll be certified as one one thing. Applying it on a daily basis. A whole different ballgame. Would that's interesting in and of itself in terms of just that pivot and the lack of fear that you had going in Dan as a university professor from University of Michigan to even Howard and then to say you know what. I'm GonNa do this other thing because has there are certain parallels to your point right where it's like. I have skills. That are transferable and that I think that is African descendants. We are pretty amendable and flexible in entrepreneurial too often times by You know it's just by reality right where you're going to instance where you have have to Kinda like okay I need to have. This is my main but I have these other thing on that. I'm interested in and that I need to do as part of my hustle but somehow still you dabble in the other spaces as well so that you're passionate around writing and your passion for traveling. Still you can still ignite those. Yeah I can But you know what I have to also give Kudos to my dad because the entrepreneur spirit comes from my father. Although my father had his undergraduate degree is in accounting and he was in graduate school for Masters Taxation. My father's main career was as a logistician and he was a top logistician for the Department of army until he retired but my father hit a point in his career where he got his career was going to become stagnant and he wasn't going to get promoted. So what is my father do started a trucking company because he had it on the accounting. Thank side he had a client wanted to start a trucking company with my father ran the numbers in tow the client. You really can't afford this so let me get the trucks and we'll either. I think they partnership and and so. My Dad ran a trucking company for years. His trucking company hop stale. I was just bookkeeper. Thank you talk on bookkeeping background to here. I am eleven twelve years old. I'm keeping in his book sin. I I started off just by sorting receipts and then. He taught me bookkeeper bound. So yeah so that comes from my father he was until my father moved to Metro of. DC my father always had multiple streams of revenue can see where you got your hustle thing. 'cause he's just like and then also of the time when your mom is a stay at home But then she's also the the captain of this ship right yes he also has a different type of responsibility and then still being able to be as a provider but then entrepreneurial right in being very selective in terms of the kinds of opportunities that he's GonNa take on that helps to support the family too and and you are still very close with your dad too so yeah. He's just such an inspiration in terms of lessons that you learned along the way failures that she experience in. How did you turn things around? And what continues to motivate you and doing the work that you're doing well. My first. Academic failure was in the eleventh grade because I got caught skipping school. He's I school to go to the library for probably about three weeks. Four weeks maybe the whole first half of the semester. So I I was having a little boyfriend and I knew better than a go get caught any place without because that was unacceptable so always told him meet me at the library and we will meet at the library. The Troy Public Library main aimed library on Woodward in the map section because it was quiet there and he would do his homework and I would do my homework and he would go to school and I sit there. You know. It's interesting that never called a truant officers on me because I was sick and then reliable the day. Wow well something happened that my father found out and although I had good grades because I will go to school to take my exams. My father told them to fail me in my three core courses for the first semester Chris. Connor Murphy so I got kicked off the team because of that wow. I was devastated devastating. I never felt like that again. I never did that Agai- and but my mother's proposal was since I was sixteen. Her proposal was allowed me to take the entrance exam going off to college for early. Admission and my father told me no I had to stay in highschool received a high school diploma but my mother realized that I was board was time for me to just go on to college so that was my first failure. It was a valuable lesson because I think when you're young and you're high academic achiever you need to fail at something because failure or if the part of life that you're not gonNA cheat all your goals and if you fail young you know how to recoup think if you fail when you're older after having had a lifetime of successes yes you don't necessarily rebound this easily do when you're younger.
"university michigan" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"The fourth and the they adopted this girl crane in twenty ten mmhm they were told at the time that she had a form of dwarfism that I'm not even gonna try to pronounce because it is impossible then that she was eight years old but then in twenty twelve they say that she realized the adoption they realized it out from the scam I got the girls aged legally changed to twenty two in the Indiana court system and what was the couple the the time frame where to go I just had it she was forty three the woman the mom. about the new baby in the in the upper twenty two can't they just send it back into the like may call they told her that she looks young that's why that she can get away with this no no I mean once you find out Hey I I adopted a baby is any of the off if you just send her back he turned was we will then after five year investigation the couple was charged last week with two counts of neglect of a dependent because what happened was in twenty thirteen the couple set the girl up in an apartment and then moved to Canada with their two other sons fell out for cheese legally an adult no the assessors unanimously. Hey claim within the court said that they've heard the collecting a dependent and it is it because the girls condition it has been difficult for doctors to determine her age and twenty ten a doctor estimate her age is eight third about aeration in twenty twelve so the girls about eleven which would which would make sense with the progression of time and she's a dwarf so they say and the parents with dopey yeah it was just it was just a wild all around they tried right over your head me the one of joker's of dons with dopey right now. yes I watch a lot of seven a snow white nowadays that you knew what it was well after. in miles no. okay guys this is a great video that I found of a back hoe cherry for radio yeah aisles exact video the I can I can describe it to you if at least okay there's a there's a back hoe challenge event in Pennsylvania of all places where they so they get the back hoes many try to do all these different classes tasks including filling wine glasses from bottle hooked to the teeth of the back was well so they do all these weird **** things where they just try to you know do these companies a little bottle with the T. the drivers to you and then. I mean they probably could it's not that hard to do and they try to you know just used tobacco to do random tasks because that's what people do in Pennsylvania for entertainment there's a there's a place down in South Jersey that my gold digger land and it's where my my mood brother in law and sister in law took my kids were little you go down and it's all these bad call you get the play and all the big construction equipment and I could see maybe they'll be like a nice little exhibit for it can be entertaining it is there's nothing like teen nights of so that I get all the young adult life millennial life that's totally kids all while as with the back yeah keep you off drugs go play with a back hoe yeah I'd be better of productive wise moving on did you see there's a new movie coming out called uncut gems did you hear about this yeah friend says is in it if you want to get yourself as the little a little tingling sensation if you are a New York sports fan and you know who Mike Francis it is if you watch this trailer which actually seems like a pretty good movie about RGM laying and stuff yeah my friend says to drop an F. bomb in it okay and it is just so incredible because it comes out of no where you just see you just seen Mike's face just in those that is a is a like a dumb is different than I've ever heard that's the dumbest thing that I've ever heard Daniel Jones drop an F.. says it rose and every drop an F. bomb what happened in New York. one free you know. yeah I know you'll get fired if you do it but yet here he is he decided no I'm gonna get away with it was going to do a movie with Anna could be a pretty good movie. did you drink a lot of milk growing of Steve as a child in now really make kids to DC because apparently there's a story on our website from Jenner so that you know there's guidelines on the type of beverages children from birth to five years old should be drinking to get on the right path to nutrition that baby's age birth ages birth to six months should only be drinking breast milk that's it no regular mail or as well but from from twelve to fourteen months is when that's when they start drinking whole milk that's where the real important stuff came in a lot of diets that say don't don't drink milk did you lose weight then this after a certain age no more milk and yet here I am being raised by everyone drink milk if you want to have strong bones grow big and strong Jim Harbaugh the coach of university Michigan drinks milk all the time saying that's what he had to wait origin and role in the strong man we're gonna mission been doing the job currently milk is just a sham it's all a fraud in here and you know what I mean it looks pretty good. you have a nice piece of cake what it's going off that's not bad either and then the wrap things up on our website here just a really sad story the one that just is a real real world wind of a doozy accused killer friend made me beat his dad with a bat could use help doesn't make sense to me because the idea of this it's on our websites engine one a one five dot com these two knew each other from correctional school right there in both in correctional institution and they become friends and the the one with the kid makes his friend beat his own father to death with a baseball bat the guy was fifty four years old from not mistaken and he held them at gun point and made him beat the guy to death may be his dad to his dad not the the the guy hold against it the guys holding the guns that you know he made and beat him to death but now my thing is if your the guy with the bad and your being you gotta you gotta figure there one sure done once you've killed the guy he's got to kill you yeah I mean I what made him do that and at the to the something about this doesn't ring true to me it's a good what do you do in your own great and then let him live so now I will thanks a lot one you know your when you really are my pal that doesn't make sense I don't know that there's something about that whole story I got a story for you yeah but I got a sorry for your story telling you ever hit a deer you know I had a possum once driving back from your house but every possible yeah I thought the clearing between if my car was enough to get over the possum I was wrong and the possum wasn't really playing dead he was dead sitting in middle county line road I'm like I got enough space to clear this man. I killed the box you sure eagle he may have walked away if you left but yeah it rattled against the bottom of my car but Simms wait for talking about dear here at possums like to play dead because I. opossum in my house once I. the possum on the floor and we came we went to look up what happens to the possum and possum marsupial likes to play dead we go back in the room is gone and we had to call the cops shot by a pasta we had to get animal control over only reason I got it all right. the commander house got outsmarted by a small brained mammals will stick around I'm gonna tell ya I got outsmarted by a freak in Jersey dear have you ever run over or Jersey dear have you ever hit a deer one eight hundred two eight three eight one a one point five stick around that I got a story for you his best traffic..
"university michigan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The two centers as out she said now as a positive territory which is our but it's six all six four but the three months ten year which some people say is the one you really serving attention is still negative it's gotten better right now but it's still negative should we be concerned about that as a recession indicator yeah the fed has done a lot of good research on this we we've done some out of those indicators to the ten year three months bad they've shown is is a bit of a better indicator they have something that they call their their forward spread which is in it looking at four three month yields minus the spot three month field both of those remain deeply inverted I would add to that we looked at consumer confidence and if you look at the gap between the university Michigan and the conference board it's actually very highly correlated with the two ten spread so that is a measure from consumer confidence that is also flashing a little bit in terms of receptionist rising present contact at the fed yet again saying we should get our interest rates down to zero or less than we should start to refinance our debt interest costs could be brought way down is not in the cards I mean literally like what we have to see to get interest rates into zero or negative territory in with that actually be a good thing so I think it would be a response to a recessionary type scenario but more extreme than in sort of a slowing growth scenario marching and sinus center our baseline is a slowing growth scenario with the fed cuts by one percentage point more you get some resolution on trade but not a big trade deal that's enough to put a floor on growth and then eventually see growth pick up late next year further escalation you know they're getting to zero is a a recessionary type scenario and in the U. S. at least that officials have looked like they're not interested are willing to move into negative rates at this point.
"university michigan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Dot com we're actually winning right now we are the falls coming up we want students to be ready to succeed and I have to worry about you know make it to which in and out of the payment so we're ready and this is going to be available to students at sixty five Midwest schools right that is correct yeah including Northwestern University Michigan Ann Arbor and university of Illinois at Chicago all right awesome thank you Jeffrey we you are our most valuable person on the planet thank you so much I appreciate it you'll have a great day to walk around and just tell everybody that all day long that's what I would do I would get a T. shirt the whole thing thanks for being with us this morning thank you at the front with a M. money that's awesome I love that yeah we had an inefficiency in the market we're also going to help you going to school I'm gonna make some though you're going to go to school you're gonna pay me back when when I like the financial wheels turning in your brain there I you must have gotten an a plus in economics yeah right the financial wheels are turning but not be a plus a minus be minus C. plus in economics did not occur you get an a in my bank thank street Christian that in the student on a few years so this what batting under this too long conversation this in verse once one or two stories about students who will be paying off their debt for like another one hundred years that's me I just calculated mine I think I'm gonna pay mine off at age sixty seven everybody and wouldn't throw a big big party was just it's just wrong to me however harbors got a what a seventy billion dollar endowment it costs seventy thousand dollars to go there for undergrad your your your pricing out so many people it's just that's why people want to become doctors anymore well it's it's also the student loans right and it's also the reason why people are buying homes they're not settling down that's the impact real impact on the economy as well and the population right QuickTime else gets a news in two minutes seven twenty WGN historians of anti semitism have long argued that anti semitism it begins with the Jews but.
Michigan AG to investigate gymnastics coach with ties to Nassar
"The latest on an investigation at Michigan State University. Michigan attorney general Dana Nessel is talking about the latest developments in the investigation into Michigan State University, and they're handling of the allegations against former Dr Larry Nassar, Nestle says she hopes Michigan. State officials will continue their cooperation looking into the matter. Now, I would say it's time for Michigan State University to do the right thing. I won't here is to help provide Justice and also to provide a sense of security, and that's something like this will never never happen again