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"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:34 min | 10 months ago

"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"She posted video on social media talking about it have to immediately remove him from office. Whether that means that we do it by the 25th amendment or impeachment is a danger and he could do a lot of damage in the next 13 days. So I'm calling on my leadership and the Senate leadership to take immediate action resolution, which lawmakers plan to introduce is in the U. S. House on Monday. Charges Trump with inciting An insurrection. The call for impeachment came after an apparent stalled attempt at getting Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment to remove the president. Ah, former New Jersey governor Chris Christie doesn't see either is a viable path. Whether it's the 25th amendment, which has an appeal process built within it. Even if you could convince the vice president and half the Cabinet to sign off, the president can still appeal it to both houses of Congress. And then I'll see. Impeachment has to go through the house and the Senate, The 25th would require pence to drum up support from the White House Cabinet. The president says he's focused on ensuring a smooth transition of power in an online video. Trump acknowledge that a new administration will soon lead the nation. It's the closest Trump has come to conceding defeat since Election Day, innit. He also condemned violence at the U. S Capitol Wednesday when his supporters stormed the building and interrupted the certification of Biden's electoral win. Trump said his attempts to overturn that Adults were merely efforts to ensure elections are secure. I'm Brian shook in other news that arm or indicators that a new strain of covert 19 is spreading in Colorado. We bring in Keighley News Radio's Chuck Clark to share more on this morning, Marty. Two more people in Colorado have confirmed cases of the new, more contagious, very inter coronavirus, including a staff member at a skilled nursing facility in Aurora, Colorado. Public health officials first confirmed the presence of the new variant known as Be 117 last week who very is believed to be more contagious than previous strange but does not lead to more severe symptoms, and it's believed the vaccines will protect against the variant. But public health experts are concerned that if he knew very it becomes the dominant strain in the state. Could lead to another surge. Chuck Clark away news radio. Thank you, Chuck Lieutenant Governor Diana pre Diane Prima Vera. Has had had her first dose of the covered 19 vaccine. She was given the shot yesterday. You see Healthy University Colorado Hospital in Aurora Prima Vera says her greatest hope is to encourage Colorado's over the age of 72 do the same as soon as they're able. She also reflected on the last 10 months, acknowledging the fortitude of people in the state and what they have shown amid the pandemic. Denver public schools going to be offering free covert testing as students return to the classroom for in classroom learning. The district says it will recommend testing every other week through the school year..

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"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"All right. A summons has been issued to the head of CTU Boulders football operations for taking the team on a hike yesterday up Amounts. Anita's He didn't have a permit, and it's a violation of public health orders. 108 people were in the hiking group and time for more nuggets basketball in the bubble. Good luck to the negatives they take on the Los Angeles Lakers tonight in Game one of the Western Conference finals. Those stories and more coming up to five o'clock with Cathy Walker on K away news radio. Thiss is big Al and Joe Joe. There must be like, Don't wait. Don't Don't Don't Don't. Don't. Don't. Don't Don't need meeting. Don't you see it my way. We're getting down to the nitty gritty of the initials game. By the way, I love our texter Big Alan Jo Jo Texter Nation, 51 39 says Land Grant Land Grant Act of 18 62 created an egg school for each states, Oklahoma State University. Colorado State University can find the initials were OS. Yes, but they're not Kansas State's and at Notre Dame Catholic farmers. It is the initials game. We're getting down to the nitty gritty right now. Our score.

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"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"In the history of our country. President Trump, claiming his campaign has three times more money now than it did going into the last two months of the 2016 election. Joe Biden on the Campaign trail in Michigan today, the Democratic presidential nominee will make a campaign stop in the city of Warren near Detroit, where he'll speak about jobs in manufacturing. When it comes to limiting the spread of covert 19 governor, Pola says technology is our friend. We're announcing our partnership between the state of Colorado and Google and Apple. They've developed an app that allows phones to use Bluetooth to exchange privacy protected tokens. Sarah Teutenberg explains what happens when a person is diagnosed with Corona virus all of those tokens, then send a message back to the phones that they were generated on and give people a little push notification that say. Hey, look, you might have been exposed. Call your local public health agency, the apple become available for android and iPhones toward the end of the month. Other states have been using the same tech for some time. The university. Colorado Athletics Department has a five year deal with a sports betting company, the company's Denver based points bet, which just recently inked a deal with cranky sports. 80 Rick George says points BET will support an important program for see you athletes particularly excited about the support This will provide for our scripts Leadership in Career development program, which we put in place to help ensure that our student athletes are successful. Not just well, let's see you, but long after they're playing days are finished, George says Before the deal was done, the school did consult with the Speaking of sports hard to see what happened of von Miller that's going to do to the Broncos season. We'll talk about it in sports ahead and gas prices in money news. All that coming up in the next five minutes first at 8 37..

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"university colorado" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

Psychologists Off The Clock

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"university colorado" Discussed on Psychologists Off The Clock

"Looking at it from a heart standpoint, high blood pressure is respect for developing cardiovascular disease, so one of the years that I have is that. Prolonged exposure, prolonged stress in his could also actually not be just honcker for psychological help. What's your cardiovascular health? So again we'll hear more from Dr Chang later in the episode about his experience in the emergency department in New York during Covid nineteen, but now I'm going to move into my interview with doctors. Abby, Beecham and carry may convert all three of us are psychologist with expertise in working with healthcare professionals, abby, can you start us out by telling us a little bit about yourself and your experience in this area? So right now. I am the director of Behavioral Science to the University of Louisville, school of Dentistry which is an unusual position but my area of work, pertaining to what we're talking about. Today is really around her wellbeing and for the past three or so years prior to coming to the school of Dentistry here in Mobile Kentucky. I was at University Colorado School of Medicine, and I was working as a resilience psychologists and I. That really is not a thing but that was my title I developed programming for providers that really was designed to enhance wellbeing and but for against burnout with the other things that I did I did a lot of confidential consultation. Think of it as triage. Helping providers get to mental health services or whatever kinds of programming our services and support they. Needed my research in this area is very new I'm actually health psychologists, but have been doing some research on our programming. Which I'll talk about later on, but really really interested in broadening this area and conversations the last few months with Debbie others in such a knee. To do better in this area, and so that's that's my background, and that's what I'm doing now. Thank, you abby and Kerry. Tell us about yourself. Hi, everybody! I'm Kerry may convert clinical psychologist. Executive coach and right now I'm in private practice in Denver Colorado and before that I was a special matter expert on trauma. Within the Veterans Health Administration and I. Had the opportunity to train. Hundreds of providers on self care, resilience, trauma, sensitive, responding especially within the high pressure, hot low time, high demands of air positions, so I'm thrilled to be here and on a personal no, when I was a clinician. In at the University of California San Francisco I had A. Personal experience with vicarious trauma as well, and it got me very interested kind of early in my career on. How do we do mission driven work that is pools for much of our values as well as our heart. And how do we create a sustaining way to do that? So I feel fortunate that I had that experience early, and then was able to spend about a decade. do my own exploration as there is this emerging science around compassion, mindfulness acceptance, and how we can really fuel ourselves for the work that is deeply meaningful to US crate. Thank you carry glad you're here. podcast listeners know who I am I'm Debbie Sorenson. I'm a psychologist in private practice in Denver. I am also really interested in this area. Partly because I spent twelve years working in a healthcare setting as a psychologist on an interdisciplinary medical team, so was in there with physicians, nurses, physical therapists you name it, and as part of that team I experienced some of the challenges of being a healthcare provider. Myself and I also worked with a lot of teammates who went through some stress and burnout, just some of the challenges of working. Working in a system like that, and so now healthcare provider while being one of my areas of specialty in my private practice in something I really enjoy doing and I feel like I've been on both sides the personal side, and also the the site of provider helping with this issue, so that's where I'm coming from, and I'm hoping we're GONNA have a three way conversation about the today so happy. There's been a lot of research in recent years well before covid nineteen happened about health care provider, stress, burnout, mental health issues. It's even been called a public health crisis. It's that bad. Yes, so you've been working in this area. Can you just give us a sense of what's been going on? And what research tells us about this? We first became aware of burnout and physician and provider, wellbeing and burnout on the heels of coverage of. Physician suicide and specifically medical resident suicide, and so the the bodies that govern medical education said you need to do something about wellbeing for medical residents, and you know those things often drive more research and they started looking at. What can we do to help our residents? What can we do to help students, and that individual impetus of we need help as individuals actually lead to more focus at. At the on the system, and there are a lot of people who feel that if we don't and this is rightly so very accurately. If we don't fix our system, then there's nothing we can do. On an individual level to help make people more resilient to assist them. That is essentially killing them. Now here's where here's where the rub is in the research and in the programming. Some people feel like if we continue to offer individuals, support and individual program. That's actually sort of insulting to the providers themselves saying. Hey, it's your fault. All you have to do as meditate all you have to do yoga and there is a stress about. System. Level kinds of focus areas team within healthcare teams, and with the individual, and so some people are saying. Stop with the individual..

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"university colorado" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"university colorado" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"His motive blues is so packed and so streamlined and the essence of those blues chords there's a of course that we thought it see you up in boulder university Colorado boulder call blues is healer and that courts actually taught by Jonathan Goldman I know you've had on this program and there there's certain blues notes that actually have profound healing effect on on the human body back to the calls east of the Rockies Joe when long island New York K. just gone good guy I know just from that point have a song genesis has said one breathing felt like something new I think people you know want to breeze without a mask but two questions one is you look at some actors okay Donna reed I just sad scene and from here to eternity I didn't know was her so she was able to move the dial so to speak on her acting to where you didn't even know was how are and but should you really what words like kind of make someone like the mayor but you know comic stand up comic you know they could they could range into that by changing that wording on who they are the second thing would be I do think that it you know some of these corporations take advantage of people based on language like they're going to bomb.

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"university colorado" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"university colorado" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And so streamlined and the essence of those blues chords there's a of course that we thought it see you up in boulder university Colorado boulder call blues is healer and that courts actually taught by Jonathan Goldman I know you've had on this program and there there's certain blues notes that actually have profound healing effect on on the human body back to the calls east of the Rockies Joe when long island New York K. just gone good guy I know justice in that plan have a song genesis and it said one breathing felt like something new I think people you know want to breeze without a mask but two questions one is you look at some actors okay Donna reed I just sighed scene and from here to eternity I didn't know was how are so she was able to move the dial so to speak on her acting to where you didn't even know was how are and but should you really what words like kind of make someone like them there but you know a comic a stand up comic you know it could they could range into that by changing that wording on who they are a second thing would be I do think that it you know some of these corporations take advantage of people based on language like they're going to bomb us don't ship the people are given pedals or whatever and yet you know they'll start Danner and they get bolder and then I'll turn it on on the general population though yeah you know now where the flow of grain candidates you know so I think the media also is kind of deteriorated into like a garbage dump basically there's still some good stuff we had to sit through the garbage dump to find if you look at time magazine used to be a good magazine now look at the product and and who they selected as possible persons of the year and you can just see a deterioration of the media into an actual freak show hi I couldn't read more so first Joe thanks thanks for calling L. server the second one first you're listening to the good stuff right now because because they M. it's got the the variety it's it's not censored people can share of the discoveries of the defining the media is no longer objective media propaganda I think we all know that that's we began.

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"university colorado" Discussed on So, Here's My Story...

So, Here's My Story...

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"university colorado" Discussed on So, Here's My Story...

"We. We have a line of credit with zero ballots. We have some cash reserves. Not Saying I go on forever. But we have some cash reserves and You know my clients because I do a lot of construction Mo. The vast majority of my clients in Maryland are still considered essential businesses. They're operating and so we're down. Our revenues are down but it's not It's not like a lot of people. Are you know where there were really scared but I looked and I ask? Somebody might office charged with responsibility of becoming air. Air Programs are going to every weapon are going to reading everyday every article being top of this because the moment something advantageous to us from a financial point of view becomes available. We're going to apply and the reason I didn't consider the morality of it is because might view is solely that I have. It's not a large company but I have people to protect. I have a different. Who are relying on this income and if I all of a sudden said that I can't pay them you know. I don't know that they'll join bread leads. But they're gonNA. They're gonNA have a problem absolutely. I don't have employees so it shifts the IT shifts that I had employees. I think I would immediately feel very mama bear about it and be absolutely because my obligation is look. I want to protect my family as well but I think we'll be fine. But I have an absolute obligation to protect the people who work for me and if I just turn a blind eye toward that and then what three months pick a number five months down the road or whatever if things don't turn the way I think they will. I think they'll start coming back. But if they don't and I have to follow them in I know and they know that I could have mitigated the effects on them if I had acted sooner. I don't WanNa live with them right into it. Ties back into an interesting conversation. I've seen happen over and over again. Over the years which is one of the most widely accepted through business smart rules. Whatever is apply for that line of credit before you need it. Because that's when you can get it I very I. I see very few people who would argue that point like everyone seems to agree on that wisdom and yet I have had so I've had such interesting reactions to people who who who don't want to follow that advice who won't follow that advice and it feels a tiny bit similar on when somebody says no. I don't I don't want to have that debt like right. You don't have to take the money out you. Just you have the line of credit you can leave it at zero. But it's there if you need it and there are just some weird psychological things that happen for people and I guest over the years and is it that they don't trust them almost like credit card because then suddenly I'll have a twenty five thousand dollar balance and I won't realize I theorized maybe it's trust I've theorized it's just debt fear. There is like There is I had a friend through my thirties. Who would who just who wouldn't ever have any kind of debt ever like even seemingly okay debt. Like she wouldn't take out debt. I do not think student loans great but that wasn't an option. Yeah it's not the worst thing in the world. I mean if you'RE GOING TO PICK UP WE'RE G to to heart by it's not most healthier the most but it with absolutely limiting absolutely got in the way of of what she could do because there could never be any debt leveraged to to to move to the next thing and so it at even even to provide a safety net like having that line of credit which is zero debt if you're not accessing there and she wouldn't do it she wouldn't do it and so I think there are interesting Really interesting thing showing up I was. I've been on a couple of webinars and it's also the other weird thing that I've seen showing up with some of these is so much of this is unfolding as it's happening like they just don't know and really really shines a light on something we're seeing everywhere. I think is people's desperate want for certainty and I was on a Webinar where a bank person this on Wednesdays was the day the second day that new stuff had come out on Thursday. I mean and People were asking these questions. Well how long would it take to get approved? And she'd already said ten times we don't we wouldn't you. Applications aren't even available like the third so we're not sure he's like right but like how long do you think it would be? She's like A we don't know you know the SBA has I thought this was interesting the SBA who's in charge of all these has as many employees nationwide as tiny regional bank. That was doing the thing like. Sba is not a massive institution or not really set up for this and It's a bunch of unknowns and it was written by people who aren't bankers and so there's a bunch of questions and people just kept asking these questions that that are are just going to have to be figured out as we go but they just wanted there to be certain delinquencies discount. She's like I know I don't know I think that's an important point. The the amount of comfort you have with the uncertainty I think really factors. I'll give you an example. That's non-business thing So talking to David who is home now. But he's Been Monitoring University Colorado which has been making noise about not about having online classes having impersonal next semester. All made a decision but they've been making noises about it and of course there's all this talk about the second wave maybe there's a second wave people go back and all. I know is. I'm not paying out of state tuition for online. David says you know I think that regardless of what happens it might be a good idea for me to take a gap semester for me not to go back because you don't know about the second wave you don't know if I go back in an October. They say we're going to online. Whatever now the father in me at first knowing David knowing hell I would have been so opposed to this gap semester. Because I worried that he'd never go back that he'd find a big check find freedom and he'd never go back and so the father in me is like no. You Need Your College degree but I have to start in. A lot of people have started thinking about the uncertainty and. I had to come back and say you know what I think. You're probably right this. This has a lot of ripple effects to make you question all of those other things. I'll never be I'll never take credit well. These are unprecedented times. You maybe you have to go back and the people I find to be successful or those. Who are gaining a certain amount of comfort with the uncertainty absolutely. It's it's funny. I was going to go back through years ago. I posted so I think this kind of years ago I posted this mean that I haven't been able to find and I haven't looked that hard but it. It showed up today in my facebook memories. Just so perfect. Because it's this lovely picture of of I'd have to look so hope. This is right. I think it's like a Buddhist monk. Maybe some sort of Booker monkfish sitting on a rock in this like serenity. Kind of setting and It says relax. Nothing is under control in. It's kind of the point. I mean I I I say this like enormous love because I know laughing telling that story about the bankers. We took markets to universal. The first time you're getting on a ride we've never been on and my daughter like do you think there's going to be like a big drop and I was like I don't know sweetie Like we have never been here. It's like okay. Yeah but like. Do you think there's going to be? I don't know we like Like I've never been here and so I have this enormous enormous place in my heart for anxiety and for anyone who is a control freak. Or even if let's forget control-freak if like there's a continuum of control and you land anywhere above like thirty percent need for control through one hundred fifty Those people are really struggling. And the comfort comfort with uncertainty and adaptability. Are things that for better for worse? Are things that we need to grow into. I think so. That's our story but the discussion doesn't have to end here does not want it to we..

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"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"K. yeah unfortunately cancellations are in the air this time across the pond is yesterday morning Wimbledon was canceled for the first time since World War two because of corona virus that had been set to take place in London June twenty ninth to July twelfth also canceled the British open golf tournament which is set to start a few days after Wimbledon ended three hours east of London at royal Saint Georges in sandwich England and like the tennis tournament the open has it been canceled since World War two either yesterday university Colorado athletic director Rick George held a conference call with local media and while he seems resigned to think football team won't have a spring game he is hopeful the NCAA will adjust its rules to allow its coaches and players to spend more time together in the summer assuming they are able to get back on campus if the Kobe crisis dies down I'd love to say that we're gonna have a spring game I don't know that that will happen but I do think there will be some modifications to the current legislation well if in fact we don't have any contact with student athletes expectation till June you'll probably see some modification of what those rules look like the last spring game was supposed to take place April twenty fifth at Folsom field and member yesterday when I told you a bunch of NBA stars including Kevin Durant we're gonna play the NBA two K. video game in the tournament to be broadcast thirty tomorrow on ESPN well nuggets forward Michael Porter junior is one of the sixteen players set to participate will square off against Phoenix Suns all star guard Devin Booker in the opening round that's sports number increased all in Keighley news radio when the Broncos bus rocky scary news time eight sixteen right now on Colorado's morning news governor pollicis Colorado and secured personal protective gear for frontline medical workers sweep issued purchase orders for two and.

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"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Daily money expats seven fourteen sports time as we have live out to rein in the we understand B. K. is standing by how's the weather right now well it's nice and dry in the Indiana convention center and the quarterbacks are talking including Joe burrow the Heisman Trophy winner national chapter malice you who's the likely top pick in the draft and I'll bring you a borough click here in one second I'll see both wide receiver Tony brown talking as we speak I got a little bit of video of him that we're going to put up on Twitter but to his teammates from university Colorado discussion not Steven Montez we'll talk a little bit later in about forty five minutes right now though it is all about Joe burrows is bigger crowd as I've ever seen here at the combine and moments ago borough let us know that he would not work out here at the combine and said it this week's pretty simple form you know this process is all about talking ball and you know the physical stuff they can see on film but everyone wants to get to know you as a person and as a player as far as the mental side and I feel like I'm really good at that I enjoyed talking ball with coaches so I've I've enjoyed the interview so far but talking to a lot of teams but everyone expects the bangles will take the Heisman winner with that number one pick him up in April's draft Vic Fangio John Elway both set to speak later today fans you'll kick off the coach GM availability portion of the afternoon or of the day at nine o'clock mountain time and both those guys invent your expected to join login and Louis later this morning as well yesterday university Colorado reduce called relish the twenty seven football coach in program history former bus system join big al and Jo Jo and told them even though he may not have been everyone's first choice he's glad that he was the final choice I know that there's a number of former boss that that were obviously legitimate candidates as well and and I you know obviously would would love to have been on the on the on the onset of this whole discussion but I'm glad it ended the way derails bus start their spring practice at the end of March the nuggets look the make it a second straight win tonight when they host the Detroit Pistons they welcome to Pepsi center tip off seven o'clock live from Indianapolis that supports embryonic crystalline Kaylee home of the Broncos bus.

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"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"One pick he might be able to before his trip to space are the number one pick in the NFL draft so we'll see if he ends up hanging out with the space adventures there but he's gonna talk to the media here in about fifteen minutes C. wide receiver Tony brown also gonna talk in that window a little later this morning Leviticus at all Steven Montez are gonna talk coming up in the eight o'clock hour mountain time Vic Fangio and John I will both speak later today fed you're kicking off the coaches GM portion of the press availability right at nine o'clock mountain time it but Fangio couple weeks ago talked about his coaching staff taking some time off before they evaluated their team's past season it was good you know couple the coaches alluded to that when we were doing the evaluations that a couple of them said you know how I thought this but after watching the cut ups and everything has a whole again they really want one nice wasn't what I thought both to the good or the bad you know Fangio and I'll weigh both set to join login and Louis later this morning the university Colorado energies called real yesterday's schools twenty seventh head football coach in the former bus assistant joined big Alan Jo Jo in the afternoon and told them boulder is what sealed the deal for him taking the job there's not many jobs that I was really anticipating to leave the NFL for I moved back here a couple years ago because this is where I want to want to be with when I when I'm starting to wind down my career and we already planned that move you know already have our house here you know this was just the icing on the cake the bus start their spring football practice at the end of March the nuggets look to make it two wins in a row tonight as they welcome the Detroit Pistons the Pepsi center tip off seven o'clock live in Indianapolis that supports number in crystalline Kaylee home of the Broncos bus and rocky.

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"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Due in court next week coming up we'll talk to our friends the program about the economy just ahead of the state of the union address tonight day trader Jay Ratliff straight ahead first let's see was straight ahead of you well I know it's snowing out there on the road about the ice and cold good morning John Morrison Hey good morning able yet temperatures are hovering ten eleven twelve degrees so yeah it is definitely an icy drive coming out of your neighborhood a lot of the streets the main streets like Sheridan like university Colorado they're going to be a pretty still packed as well and then you get to the highways and is sometimes it still packs sometimes you can see what lane urine but that's false sense of security once you hit a bit of a stretch of highway where it's nice and clear wed but clear you start to pick up speed and then you get into trouble when he gets snowy again we've got medical respond is now being called out to a crash on eastbound six they have you in federal court facing the wrong direction that whole six that you drive a slower than normal your whole drive this morning across metro area is slower than normal I seventy year I twenty five drive north but I twenty five at Evans at crash C. dot reported clear it may still be over on the shoulder all your slow all the way through the tech center out past Evans and into downtown you're really not going to find a good drive on the west side of town deep personal on the west side of town and down toward the south as often is the case that's making it a very slick driving chain loss of traction was going up I seventy and two eighty five from C. for seventy out to the airport this morning venue Boulevard speeds are down but the road is fairly in decent shape us a fairly because no road is absolutely good this morning this report is sponsored by nature valley sweet and salty bars if you love nature valley sweet salty bars you'll love the new sweet and salty minis it's all the indulgence savory goodness you know now the smaller size and it one hundred calorie snacking has never been so sweet new nature valley sweet and salty minis next update in ten minutes okay wait eight fifty a a ninety four one of them as Colorado weather changes know what to expect with fox thirty one point weathered and frequent traffic reports before during and after the storm.

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"university colorado" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"university colorado" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Wow hard to believe that the I'm talking to my friend Max McLean who has produced a number of extraordinary dramas with theater we're talking now about ball talking about all of them the new one is Paradise Lost which opens tomorrow Jenny fifteenth here in New York City and closes on February twenty third so you need to get that occur near for the so many others Max I was mentioning Tampa Charlotte fort Lauderdale Washington DC Santa Barbara palm springs Birmingham Pittsburgh St Louis Dallas Houston northwest university Colorado springs university Michigan Tulsa records university in Kansas city you are everywhere and that's just between now and April fourth with all these different things I'm I'm just in awe of what you've done you're talking about adapting these things Paradise Lost is premiering I guess is it not yeah it's a what it's a it is a world premiere it's this this script has never been produced before it's very accessible it's and this is tomorrow starts tomorrow what time is it at seven o'clock theater row forty second and nine maybe I can go to Mars premier probably don't have any seats left but I did it just dawned are usually do that this is like you know one of these things so Wednesday the fifteenth of January is the world premiere of Paradise Lost is funny whenever I think of Paradise Lost and I think of CS Lewis and all this different stuff out one of my favorite books in the world is peril land right and I've often thought that that ought to be made into a film or to a theater production it's very similar to Paradise Lost are there other works of C. S. Lewis is that you've been tempted to put on the stage well I do this is I I I did the the most reluctant convert which tells his conversion story from his mother's death to the motorcycle ride nineteen thirty one I that doesn't really explain Lewis you know how he became who is he was okay I I'd like to to to take the second half of that story but it's much more challenging because it's not as the the conflict is not as clear so anyway that I'm working on that one of the reasons I I wanted to do paradise losses because I read Lewis's practice to Paradise Lost which was just it really open up the story for me and of course I read peril andra and and that is a retelling of the story where she doesn't fall was it's amazing I mean I have the mind of Lewis if he had not done nothing but write fiction he would be famous you can forget about all the apologetics and all that I mean lander is is extraordinary and who would think that an essay that's a preface the Paradise Lost would itself be brilliant I mean that it isn't worth reading it's really the the the character develop the character studies of of Lucifer of say ten of of his henchmen Belisle Malik Beelzebub what he says about Adam and eve really help to tell the story and and these actors have just delved into it you know what's good about theater is it's not pedantic it's not preachy it's telling old story I mean my sense is what I when I watch the rehearsal yesterday is that this story is so archetypal glee Arkan typically deep that that people are going to kind of be stunned by it because it's you know we've grown up with the story but we've grown up with it in a kind of a distillate of a distant well yeah you you're going to experience the actual what happens what was the mindset when she goes to what is she pushes back no yes no yes kind of a show piece choice moment and we and and seeing it and then we ask ourselves well if we were in that same you went when eve goes to reach for the fruit right yeah we now we know it wasn't necessarily an apple a lot of scholars believe it was a ten year low just kidding no but it's interesting that we yeah we heard of it so much that to see it in the moment and what level to it over to the and what led up to it right you know the the the heart of the idea plant its head in in there it and then of course the you know the the the genesis story doesn't give us much of a backstory right Milton spends a lot of time exploring Lucifer's motivation and quite a bit in eve's motivation so to take that information and articulated theatrically in an experience away not a pedantic preachy way I think opens it up in a huge way from for most people well and and of course Milton past losses not scripture but he he goes out of his way to think biblically that's the beauty of a mind like Milton's is that he's really trying to figure this out this isn't for him just a poem this is he's trying to turn into poetry what is yeah three what there's a there's a line somewhere that what was his intent was to I don't have it but you know his his his purpose was to explain the ways of god to to it was an apologetic that that's the famous line yes we should remember this to justify the ways of god that same man that's what he wanted to yeah but what he ended up doing was any time you have a picture of Satan Lucifer yeah Mephistopheles Screwtape it's largely planted more for Milton than from any other source now that I didn't know and I'm glad to hear that because I think we forget that a lot of the things that we assume come from scripture don't and we have to be very careful because ideas just get fixed and we know we know something and then you realize well no I I I I shouldn't know that because it's not necessarily true well I think that was the visual representation and and the the coming at second that yeah I mean obviously scripture speaks a lot about this dark power well there's no doubt of that act we're gonna go to break here we're gonna return with a discussion of Satan come to the air in taxes so don't go away we'll be here Max McLean is my guest this website quick F. 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"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"university colorado" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"There there's a reason you end up there I said that to one of our coaches your fears ago he looked at me and said you know I was a junior college I said well case in point medics ended up there because a little bit like like a direct way thing we hadn't developed right point were years now it's still a little bit different story but what a break it my guess is his learning curve is gonna be pretty quick I think so yeah he and he's you know he's made some mistakes these first three games but Matix what I love about him is he has a short memory and he's you again he looks in the eye he understands what you're trying to communicate but he doesn't let his mistakes get him down and and to me that's a sign of maturity and and Matix being a junior college player you expect a little more maturity do as a freshman but he did not go to junior college because he wasn't smart he went there because he was under developed to kind of overlooked in and then he got a little chip on his shoulder he worked hard and here's the university Colorado and then we're glad to have him he's a guy that he can miss eleven shots in a row he thinks twelve one's going in and that's what you have to do is a shooter are you gonna let a missile entrance in a row if they're good shots if they're bad shots were I'm gonna have to get my arms around our shot selection juror pretty quickly and in this next game will be a good opportunity for me to do that because you know it's one thing to be talk and as a coach but then when you're when you're talk is not backed up by your actions from you lose you know you can lose your team and that that's not gonna happen I can promise just so if you see a bad shot on the on Sunday see I come out.

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"university colorado" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"university colorado" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Welcome back your back back down the middle of our number two and start our number three I've got Michael McCann coming up the top the next hour and we'll talk about the legal ramifications involving Antonio brown also unbelievable come from behind victory for Colorado over Nebraska I know that was absolutely soul crushing to Nebraska fans Colorado coming back they trailed seventeen nothing in the first half and they come all the way back to beat Nebraska no T. their head coach Mel Tucker is going to be joining us momentarily. when the very least we are effort in him right now. got the gym a podcast coming up after the program will push that out later on today former MLB great Michael young joins me then. one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six in the National League the Dodgers wrap up the NL west again. Milwaukee dealt a really bad below MVP candidate Christian yellowish. felt a ball off his knee cap. and we're talking baseball get into that but as promised we're joined right now by the head football coach at university Colorado he's in his first season with buffalos he was named head coach back in December Colorado beat number twenty five Nebraska thirty four thirty one in T. on Saturday on believable come from behind win for them Colorado is how quickly there to annul their home against Air Force on Saturday their head coach is Mel Tucker he joins us right now Mel nice to have you on how are you but on the older Roman how are you good good good to talk to you see start the year off to a no you get that win over Colorado state you got that huge comeback win Melbourne a Brasco I know you're not going to rest on your laurels but what's the vibe like around your football team right now. there's no time to rest with with the team by your force come in a you know with the triple option of fruit because a lot of challenges but we've got a very positive Bob here in boulder everyone's energized everyone likes to wear to the direction the program's going our players all balled in our culture is doing a great job and we're just working really really hard every day to get to get better so I know you're looking ahead noble when you look back on that game Nebraska jumps out to a seventeen nothing lead it would've been easy for anybody to be down at halftime but it does not seem like that was the case what was your message to your players when they got back to the locker room. the message was a that we thought about Nebraska at a given off their best shot in the.

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"university colorado" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"university colorado" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"When the very least we are effort in him right now. got the gym a podcast coming up after the program will push that out later on today former MLB great Michael young joins me then. one eight hundred six three six eight six eight six in the National League the Dodgers wrap up the NL west again. Milwaukee dealt a really bad below MVP candidate Christian yellowish. found a ball off his knee cap. and we're talking baseball get into that but as promised we're joined right now by the head football coach at university Colorado he's in his first season with buffalos he was named head coach back in December Colorado beat number twenty five Nebraska thirty four thirty one in T. on Saturday on believable come from behind win for them Colorado is how quickly there to annul their home against Air Force on Saturday their head coach is Mel Tucker he joins us right now Mel nice to have you on how are you but on the older Roman how are you good good good to talk to you see start the year off to a no you get that win over Colorado state you got that huge comeback win Melbourne a Brasco I know you're not going to rest on your laurels but what's the vibe like around your football team right now. there's no time to rest with with the team by your force come in a you know with the triple option of fruit preserves a lot of challenges but we've got a very positive Barker in boulder everyone's energized everyone likes to wear to the direction the program's going players all balled in our culture is doing a great job and we're just working really really hard every day to get to get better hi so I know you're looking ahead noble when you look back on that game Nebraska jumps out with seventeen nothing lead it would've been easy for anybody to be down at halftime but it does not seem like that was the case what was your message to your players when they got back to the locker room..

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"university colorado" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:07 min | 2 years ago

"university colorado" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Very much. Appreciate it. Chris. What would you say Dallas, Alison, thank you for being here? Obviously, a smart articulate gal the school is doing. Well. And and what should you do while you're doing it is engage in that dialogue engage here. Hear people talk. Go back and forth. Express your opinions boy, you express them. Well, let me let me comment on two different things one the environment and the second health because those are those are two huge things. I grew up in Colorado. And when I was your weight your age, I went to campus middle school and at that time. So this is late seventies. The air and Colorado was dramatically dirtier than it is today. In fact, the very common thing was the Brown cloud. I lived fifteen miles for the mountains and probably a third of the days. We could not see the mountains we had a day like that a couple of days ago. It's terrible. He got an errand version and the population is more than doubled since I was a kid, but those are rare. And we really mad when we see them today. They were all the time when I was a kid. So I'm incredibly proud that forty years later, I'm a lot older than you. You know, the air in Colorado, and there's an is dramatically cleaner. And I'm actually pretty confident that when you have kids the air here will be dramatically cleaner yet that has been the trend in fact in London the air is cleaner now than it's been in over three centuries. So let me talk about. The EPA. And you also said, I don't know if I should trust or believe Joshua said, do you believe we shouldn't make opinions based on believe when you're judging a character? Maybe so, but I'm things like this. I don't want you to believe me. I want to I want you to look at the data and the numbers and see how we're actually doing the Clean Air Act listed six particularly six named pollutants as the sixth greatest risk to human health. It came out. I was I was in elementary school when it came out or junior high and they've dropped seventy three percent since then the population of the country's grown massively were wealthier. There's way more cars is way. More people you're gotten simply dramatically cleaner, and on in the other thing that matters a lot for human health, if you travel, and I and you will you'll be such an awesome learner when you travel to other countries, you'll see how they live, and you almost get to see how our ancestors lived the people that don't. Willing gas and they cook with in huts. Three million people die every year just from cooking fuel because they don't have natural gas. I took cook cleanly on and it's mostly women and children that die because they're the ones over the stoves cooking. The other thing that matters the ability to get the hospital, the buy medicines, and all that is sort of wealth, and for low income people energy prices matter massively, so back to the comment about OPEC. I went to the Middle East. I was asked and I went over there to year or so ago to talk about the shell revolution. They're terrified of it. Oil was one hundred dollars now wheels fifty dollars. It's the thing on the most proud of Chris. But let me let me the world. Chris hold on a second. Chris hold on. Because I I think that Allison was also getting at something else that that people her age and millennials have also been concerned about which is that whatever it is that we do. Now, they will have to clean up and one of the other impacts. We haven't really discussed is climate change. So even if air quality. Even if the particular and here, you totally on particular matter in the air, you are correct in saying that there are parts of the world that rely much more on coal that have tremendous particular battering the year and all kinds of terrible pollution. However, climate change is also an issue, and that has to do with more than just particles in the air, and Alison and her generation are going to have to live with the climate that we leave behind is your industry prepared to leave her a better planet. Then we have right now with regards to climate change one hundred percent. How would I? Yeah. I appreciate that. And they are a distinction Alison asked you a direct question. She wants to know how her generation is going to protect its health from the impacts of oil and gas how the continuing evolution from cleaner. Fuels would is the dirtiest of all we still have over a billion people that live burning wood. If we switch them from would too. Liquid petroleum gas which has already happened to a billion people that dramatically reduces both CO two emissions and pollutants. The largest driver of the US reduction on in CO two emissions. The largest driver is what we do is shale gas displacing coal from victims larger than wind solar and energy efficiency combined. So what the what the energy industry is doing? Now is it sounds like you're saying is actually in Allison's best interest in terms of reducing overall pollutes hundred percent hundred percent. Daniel from Fort Collins, what's on your mind. Yeah. I had a question regarding the chemical makeup of the fluids that are used in hydraulic fracturing. And I was just wondering if the if the exact chemical makeup was public knowledge. And if so what what is that exact chemical makeup? Good question. Chris you bet. So it is public knowledge. And that's another rule that was passed in Colorado in twenty eleven if I had my way it would have been way before then, but there's a site called frac focus, and you can look up every well and get the complete list of every chemical pumped in that. Well, we should have done that twenty years ago. We're not great at PR, but up very happy that that thing is is fully is fully public. Obviously dominantly what we pump is water and sand the next biggest ingredient puppies a thing called guar, which is what they used to make ice cream a thickening agent. You can buy it at whole foods. We pump vise Zine the equivalent of Zine that link that takes those guar beans and links. Mm together to make a more viscous fluid. I could go on and on we used to be. But we we use chemicals that are using reservoirs to clean water to kill micro organisms that go down hole. We use. Sometimes we use to to move water faster with less friction. We use a chemical called polyacrylamide also known as bowling balls. Those are the biggest by volume chemicals, we use. But as he said, we everything we pump underground I can buy a whole foods before let's respond. Chris are those chemicals safe to leave in the earth? They are great question. These are shoe. I if I was living here, and there were drilled wells, and my property, I would have all of these. What the hell's going on? What are you doing? Where's it moving? So we have a great thing that university Colorado state university, I want to bad mouth not bad mouth. But shout out another university has an awesome water monitoring network around weld county, and in fact now to get a permit you've got to monitor groundwater quality before you drill your wells. And then you've got to monitor it afterwards. And having this continuous, but has a large continuous monitoring network. So we can see what's in there. But when we pump this stuff in the ground, so the the oil here's about one and a half miles underground and there's a ton of natural gas in it CO two bubbles that are in your soda. Can they've been down there for one hundred million years because there's so many impermeable layers that have allowed one hundred million years. The bubbles can't even get out. So yes down hole is incredibly isolated. In fact. It's an idea we. A while ago with Greenpeace's assent to dispose of drill cuttings in oilfield waste, the safest place to put it things is a mile and a half underground landfills work, but it's less than a quarter inch of plastic. They work, but when you inject something underground, it is virtually impossible for it to migrate to groundwater. Go ahead to just a brief comment. You would like that. Sometimes I think the industry, but like me when I explain this to people there's a big difference between frac fluid and flow back. You can't drink the fact fluid, you shouldn't that's probably not a good idea. But you could so frac fluid is the chemicals they put in the province in the slickens in with the little tiny particles, a San that keep the fishers open. So it'd be a similar let's say you go get pizza in your drinking suicides in you get sick. And you know, probably wasn't a good idea to drink all those chemicals. But then you throw up now, you're not going to be able to readjust your throw up. That's a good way of thinking of it. That is. As the flow back that should not end up anywhere. Would you drink it Chris now, which one are we talking about this fluid? You said it was safe to drink. What are you drinking? Sure. I mean, it wouldn't taste good. I wouldn't I wouldn't know wouldn't have it as a regular drink. But what I drink at one hundred dollars. Oh, sure. One hundred percent. Post a video to Twitter in the next seven days. Otherwise, you're making a one hundred dollars donation to my station. You gotta Josh book that blew my. I wonder if you could just for folks who are listening to this debate for the very first time. This is clearly something that inspires a lot of passion. But this is kind of an existential crisis for Colorado right now like this. This is kind of a fight for what Colorado is going to be in the future. This isn't just about oil companies or even air quality, this feels like it's bigger than even that the population of where we're sitting right now the the area we're sitting in right now is expected to double by twenty fifty. And this problem is extremely personal to full. This is a topic in an issue just from covering it. And hearing from folks, it is one of the most personal issues that I've covered as a reporter for folks. And for good reason, it's it's ingrained in our daily lives here. One last word for everyone else in the panel. Madam. Speaker Chris and Therese there's been a great deal of divergent opinion about what oil and gas mean for Colorado, and what its future should be anything. We agree on in terms of what the energy future of Colorado, should look like are there any points where the three of you are on the same page today with regards to this issue? Find something. I think a lot is changing in the energy sector in this state across the nation and across the world. There's very few things in Colorado that have more support than a transition to renewable energy because people see it as a low cost fuel that doesn't have an ongoing cost just maintenance of wind turbines transmission lines etcetera. I think it's something Colorado has to prepare for I don't think well and gas is going to be pushed out anytime soon. And I also think it's actually as Chris was mentioning earlier natural gas that has actually led to a decreasing coal and a transition to renewable energy. I think this conversation we're having right now is just a part of this larger conversation of how energy is changing statewide and nationally. I think both of us have an all of us have respect for the people who work in the industry, and who have this as a lifeline. And I think at the state we're going to continue to think about how our Connie how our energy sector is transitioning. So if you wanna be a part of that conversation, I am open to it. This is one piece of the puzzle. That people are saying we're adding inflection point we have to do this better. I think we can. And I do think that oil and gas as. Productive part of our economy and a more thoughtful approach to development in communities are compatible and will be compatible. And I think what we're doing is not going to be devastating for the industry. Chris, right. Where do we agree today? I would think we all agree that we want more energy available for people, affordable, energy and clean energy. I would suspect we all want that on this panel might my only my only plea is that when we do changes in things we gotta think about low income people the people that come to debate Senator and Senate sin in universities, and all that they're not the makeup of the majority of the population, but clean, affordable energy and more opportunity for people born less lucky than the three of us. I think we all agree on that. And Therese last word where do we all agree right now, if an ideal agree with Chris that we have to have clean energy? I believe that this fracking, processes brilliant. You went to MIT or the smartest went up here. I have a real belief in that engineering will get us better solutions. But in the meantime, I wanna remind everyone a clean environment. Just as a.

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"university colorado" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"university colorado" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Eight seven seven zero OCD A L I. So the one thing I love to do is take an app I love naps. I get sleepy. On the weekend. Maybe about. Nothing's happening till six seven at night. Two in the afternoon. I don't feel like working. I do a lot of work on the weekends. I just don't feel like doing paperwork. I'm kind of tired, and I just want to take an out. Maybe I had a big brunch. Makes me sleepy. And so I could go and take a nap my naps last about three hours long spur that I wake up at five take a shower. Get dressed I go out for the night. And yeah. Had a kid sometime. The cats take an app the sheets are a little cool. I don't understand why in the middle of the day, but sometimes the sheets little cool the cats because I sleep during the day, and they're up at night, the cats, you know, that are in my bad. So then I could hear the rumbling the purring the or the, I don't know whatever. What? Sleep next to her. But she does is just as he sounds, and then I got the dog and Lucy. You know when you snooze you lose. And so, you know, he then comes Friday snoozing. When you lose you lose so Lucy does her little St. Lucie. Let me goes leave. Then I go sleep physical. See the cats. Go see naptime is wonderful. I sometimes just fantasize about my nap. You know? On the weekend. Get all cuddly Tibet and have a nice good juicy. Log naff. Maybe it's because you know, my kids are starting to get older now. So I can take naps and I don't get bothered. It's really nice. Well, now, we're being told from the university Colorado boulder that if you do use your weekends to catch up on your naps. It's bad. It's not healthy. Why because you gain more weight, and you have the clydes an insulin sensitivity compared to those who get a regular good night's sleep. Now. This isn't the first heard about this a couple of years ago. There was a study that came out saying if you take naps on the weekends. You're more prone to diabetes. And I'm like, what are you talking about? I Mike if I have to stay up to a two pm on a Saturday. And then eat to keep up the energy or I'll drink a Coca Cola to get the to get the caffeine. How is that better to prevent diabetes? And by just you know, what I'm not gonna eat. I'm going to go and take an app sleep it off. Well, this study was published yesterday the peer review journal called current biology. And the study featured thirty six adults asked to stay at a research center for two weeks on the.

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