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"university florida" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In Florida. And you Tallahassee is a state capital. So you get some economic stability there, right? Yes, we do. We have two big universities four day and M university, Florida state university. We have one of the largest community colleges in the state of Florida here. And then we have all the state government offices, which really gives us, we don't really have the boom and bust type local economic environment. And I think that's a good thing for Tallahassee and the citizens that live here. Florida state, what's the give us the 32nd kind of review of this year in the outlook? It was an incredible year for Florida state seminoles and their fans. The win ten games and come out with that bowl game victory the other day. It's just tremendous Nobel is doing an incredible job. He's a great leader. He's a great life coach for these young players. He reminds me, it's hard to compare him to Bobby bowden, but that's about as close to the guy we can get to Bobby bowden because he really does care about these players is doing excellent job next year. Watch out Ford state. You're going to see them in the top ten quite a lot throughout the nice. That's where that's growing up. That's where they always were. So it's good to see them coming. I grew up in the bowden area. And I loved to watch him coach. Exactly. Absolutely. All right, Brett, great stuff. Appreciate you checking in with us Brett Ewing, chief market strategist, the first Franklin financial services giving us his market outlook, then of course the Florida state seminoles get a little bit of an overview of what's happening on that football program. It looks like it's back here. What's not really back is the market here. I mean, yes and peace still off 1.1%. It's been such an underperformer. I know we just kicked off the year, but European stocks have done so well. If you look at the stock 600, it's down today, but it's been up every other single day this week and for the games are about 4% over the U.S. stocks. It's down to
"university florida" Discussed on Discussions of Truth
"It's hard to really tell. Honestly. Yeah, I mean, some people like to demonize China perhaps. I mean, I certainly think that there's a lot of evidence for China kind of infiltrating our political networks and stuff. So it's possible that there's an element of that, but I think there's something above governments. And I don't know who it is or what it is, but I think we saw governments act in lockstep during the pandemic. We literally heard people giving these scripted responses, right? Politicians, the world over, right? We're doing the exact same thing, saying the exact same words on television, right? I don't remember who it was, but there's some website out there that they have this really good hour long video or something about what's going on. And there's this segment in the middle of it, something like stop world control or something dot com. So they have this three or four minute segment in the middle of this video. Where they show interviews and politicians and news commentators and stuff from like hundreds of channels all over the world, like literally saying the same exact words about the pandemic over and over again. Mockingbird. Yeah, maybe it is. But well, it operation mocking versus CIA. But yeah, I mean, that's basically what's going on. And so who gave them their marching orders, right? That's the question. I mean, maybe the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation maybe WHO. But it's just kind of bizarre, right? That every government was suddenly do the exact same thing. Recommended the exact same thing. Let's all have lockdowns. Let's all vaccinate everyone. The same restrictions all over the world, governments can't agree on anything but they can agree on this. So maybe like you said the World Economic Forum, Klaus Schwab. I mean, perhaps maybe bankers, we don't really know who the bankers are, right? And the Federal Reserve. We don't know. It's a private bank and all the government. All the federal or not federal banks, but all the central banks, right? So who controls the money? So whoever controls the money controls the government and controls the world. So we don't really know who those people are. I don't know. We can certainly look at it. We can speculate, we know who they used to be. So the famous saying by the rothschilds, right, that he who controls the currency controls, I don't know, something like that. He was like, give me control of the currency. I don't care who you are society. Yeah. I'm sure whoever it was that the first of the rothschilds had a famous saying about give me control of the courtesy and if you give me control, I don't care who controls the government. As long as I can control the currency. So people in control of the currency are in control of the world and whoever they are nowadays I don't know who they are. They don't want to be known. I think probably the richest people in the world are unknown. They're not the people who are known. It's generational wealth, but is hiding. It's hidden wealth. And it must be the people who are on the banks because that's the best business in the world because you can steal from people. It's a license to steal it. License to print money is a license to steal. And that's what a bank is. It's just the license to create money out of nothing. There are talking about generational money and power and manipulation of finances. There are a couple of names that recently come my way. And these are out of Italy and one is called the orsini, the house of orsini. The other one is the house of Medici and both of these, both of these families have produced multiple poppin figures, popes. Throughout the centuries. So I mean, you know, people that listen to me pretty frequent frequently dimension all roads. If you follow them typically the Roman, I'll mention this as well till you say. So in 1945, the Central Bank of China has created. It's also the same year that the United Nations has created the International Monetary Fund. But more importantly, the bank of international settlements out of Basel seems to be manipulating the central banking system globally. So a month ago, I hosted on the show, Anthony sabatini. He's a representative Florida. And interesting enough, he's 33, he's graduate of university, Florida, law school. And I asked him a similar question, but you've kind of, I didn't even have to ask you, you've offered it. But I asked this, this is Anthony. What do you think about the federal services, the Federal Reserve? Is unconstitutional? And it needs to be repealed. And yeah, this is a sitting representative in the state of Florida and he's running for the federal seat. So as we close down here, site and certainly your profession is in the medical industry. And you've already brought that to the table, but you've painted a very broad picture. So listeners can understand some of the groundwork upon which they're looking at their reality with. Let's talk a little bit of resolution here for a moment. How do you, if you're going to run for president, you become president or if you're a confidant of the person sitting in the Oval Office? How do you counsel? How do you cancel have to act? So that the America rights of course. Right, so I think you can guess my answer is going to be fixed the money, right? So we got to fix the money, first of all, we gotta get back on sound money, which means we need to get back on a gold standard or some kind of sound money standard. You know, it's usually gold. And we need to take get rid of the fed, right? That will start the ball rolling, right? But we also need to kind of like reform the derivatives market, right? So allowing financial Sears to create all these I don't even understand that, but like longing things and shorting things and like derivatives of derivatives. So there's all these financial instruments. And they create these bubbles in these bursts. You know, bubbles and financial markets and then these collapses, right? So markets don't work normally and people lose their shirt and they lose their savings and they can't really predict things properly, right? They're bad for the economy, they're bad for business. So we need to fix our financial system, not just get on sound money, but basically outlaw these kind of like derided derivatives contracts, right? Then create a lot of problems that. Are can be distracting perhaps. Yeah. So that's what I would say. I mean, those are the main things. And then just, you know, encourage there's so many no one's ever asking this question before, but I mean certainly you want to address like the downstream problems, right? Like you want to address poverty, but a lot of those things get fixed automatically when you're on a sound money system. Decreased taxes, probably I would honestly say get rid of taxes, right? Like no tabs. You don't really need taxes. It's only no income tax. No income tax, yeah, absolutely. I mean, maybe like a wealth tax, perhaps like maybe like a flat wealth tax of like 1% or something for everyone in the world. Above a certain level, you have to have some savings. You can't just tax people who have no savings. Or you don't have wealth to begin with, right? So you need to have wealth to have a wealth tax. So there would have to be a cutoff, right? Like somebody has a $100,000 of savings. Then they get a wealth tax, so maybe like a really low wealth tax..
"university florida" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"Or plan on and we were supposed to go to florida this past weekend but we signed to cancel cove. Florida we're supposed to go. My wife went to university florida alabama. Okay playing show this weekend. The game doesn't feel comfortable being around ninety thousand people. Yeah give him another year. Yeah so we're gonna wait We do see when we have coming up. We have a trip in october. For one of my best friends highschools surprise birthday birthday to me island. Okay this releases after you know that right because you know he's a doctor he's he's number fan. He's the second number zero. Pediatric radiologist is literally forty percent of the people. Have this neuropathy. If if this blows his surprise endings means. He's a avid listener. So as a complement to me okay. I'll take that. I know we have some other trips. I'm trying to think what else. I think we're going to do an anniversary trip. We went to kobe but we went to deer valley last our anniversary november. Okay utah deer valley to saint regis resort and we went last year's all seasons. There's no one there that. I think we're gonna go again this year. So y'all still kind of you. Still kind of like look cove is not over. So we're gonna kinda wanna get our needed people on but we're not gonna put ourselves on a stadium for ninety thousand people now now. I mean yeah. We're being careful. Were i mean we're vaccinated. Where masking up. I mean we're willing to travel but we're being very careful you still get out and about but you're still just being cautious. We are and where we're watching it anywhere. We plan to go if it if we see a spike or something going on. I mean we'll probably long book or do something. But i mean yeah keeping up with the news or you know keeping up with vacs. Stand smart about it and don't try to live life to some extent. I mean we're not going crazy..
"university florida" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"For power. Now we talked about this briefly yesterday. I don't expect my politicians to be these really, really kind souls sitting up there thinking about others. I understand. They're all a bunch of sociopaths that there's not a real care inside of really any of them for the people they represent. I get that. But how? Deep down the monster hold the have to go. When you just decide I'm going to hurt the people I represent, and I'm going to hurt them. On purpose. So I can have even more power. Do you think very curious about this? 8773774373 or Jesse at Jesse Kelly show dot com. Be honest. Try to be as non biased as you can. Do you think Do you think any of them have even a moment? Not a big moment And certainly not a moment in public. Do you think any of them have a moment? Where they look in the mirror or they're sitting on the couch at night. Maybe I got a glass of bourbon a cup of tea in your hand. You think any of these people what do these monsters have a moment where they think to themselves? Oh, man, I turned out to be a really bad person. Do you think they ever had these moments? I I'm not sure that they do. I guess it's probably wishful thinking that they do. I know I've done so many bad things in my life. And I've had so many periods of time in my life. When I was consistently doing terrible things things people shouldn't be doing. And I would have those moments, though I would have those moments where, you know, I said night. Maybe your baby just laying down maybe had one too many beers and I would say to myself, okay? Maybe. Maybe you're not a very good person right now. Maybe you should make some adjustments. I don't know. All right. The great Daniel Turner with power. The future is going to be joining us next Daniel Turner. He's pays very close attention. He pays very close attention to Joe Biden and climate policies. He's all over it. He joins us in a second. Hang on. BBC news, traffic and weather top and bottom of every hour radio tell you, F L A and I heart radio station reported Covid cases in the state since Friday just over 33,000 woman died after he dump truck rolled over on the Toyota. She was driving Monday afternoon, and Darryl the Dural Police department partially closed the area near city Place. Miami Dade Police Department traffic homicide detectives are investigating cause of the crash. For the first time ever, U. S News and World report says the University of Florida ranked in the top five minutes list of public universities Florida Speaker Chris Sprouse on the honor. It is such a great day to be a Florida gator to be alumni to be remembered the staff the board of trustees, the board of Governors and a rising tide lifts all boats. Not only will the University of Florida be a top five university that they are today But that there is no limit to the future of this university. The rankings are determined by nine factors, including graduation and retention, faculty resources and alumni giving with Florida's news. I'm Kimber Tyler from the Florida Central Credit Union Auto Loans Traffic Center on North Bong 75 in Pasco County. As you get off at state Road, 54. That off ramp partially blocked on the right side of the roadway with an accidental plan to be careful getting around that crossing over the westbound side of the Howard Franklin section of 2 75 getting reports that on the ST Pete side, the fourth Street North off ramp will be closed down for.
"university florida" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"His colleagues warned that he will face impeachment proceedings if he doesn't resign. Now. The university has defended his right to freedom of speech even when it is offensive to others, citing a recent Supreme Court ruling on students speech, but has not stated whether it will halt impeachment proceedings. Or overturn his removal. Letting the impeachment process play out could prove costly for the public University, Florida State University paid nearly $100,000 this spring. Settle lawsuits stemming from its refusal to overturn the student governments, removal of its Senate president Jack Denton for sharing Catholic beliefs and a private group chat. But other than potential litigation, University of North Alabama Has to worry about blowback from state lawmakers. The Alabama House Republican caucus issued a resolution this week. Posted on yellow Hammer news. Strongly opposing any efforts. To impeach remover apply political pressure intended to force stadium to resign. It denounced the dangerous cancel culture atmosphere that predominates on college campuses. And seeks to punish those who continue to adhere to traditional values, especially those rooted in fundamental religious teachings. So House Majority leader Nathaniel Ledbetter The top caucus official didn't respond to queries about what actions he wants the U. N A authorities to take this University of North Alabama the student Government Association gave stadium until June 30th to resign or else And he obviously did in the formal impeachment process will begin in our first full meeting. Of the fall semester. August 26th, So I guess they're going to impeachment. Stadium rejected the demand and a message to the SDA that sites as constitutional rights. He says the student government has a unique opportunity to be an example to others on how people with differing beliefs can and should work together. Let's take this just for a second what he says. He says that gays and lesbians need to be born again. That's his religious belief. I guess gays and lesbians have found that offensive. But what if gays and lesbians say that Trump supporters are going to hell? Well, that's fine. That's just fine. So you can besmirch Trump supporters. But you can't say anything negative about gays and lesbians. Well, there's your double standard. The thing is Outside of threatening somebody. The Constitution says You can pretty much say anything you want about somebody else as long as you're not defaming them or threatening them. And that should be the case here. Phil does it matter whether he's a college president or whatever? No, it doesn't matter at all. I mean, this is a political office, isn't he ran on what he's gonna do as class president or school president. Whatever it is, he is. And so it seems to me you can run on all sorts of platforms that are political. Well, this is another political issue. He thinks he gays and lesbians should be born again. You're gonna you're going to eject him for that. So the alliance defending Freedom, which represented Denton and his lawsuit against Florida State. Told just the news. It was not involved in stadiums dispute. It's not clear whether the 24 hour image posted June 21st by stadium, a rainbow T shirt with a message born this way. You must be born again was intended to criticize sexual orientation or simply call on homosexuals to become Christians. Another student preserved it on Facebook and commenters promised to file complaints with the SDA and various University of North Alabama Alabama officers. I've talked to some officials, and they aren't happy. One student wrote, blaming low voter turnout for stadiums election this spring. Lots of meetings are planned and they're planning a possible open forum for LGBT Q students to voice their complaints well, they had their chance to complaint to complain when they voted. Didn't like the dude. Don't blame him. But you can't be anti G BLT Phil. Why not? Well, but it just marginalizes people all like being anti conservative. Hello. Welcome to the real world. This is this is weird. This is one of those life lesson moments. This is one of those teaching moments or teachable moments. Where the school officials need to say this is how it is in the grown up world..
"university florida" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore
"All you gotta learn to love them and care for them. They got to know you're being honest to them. And so yes and you know. It's wonderful i will even today. I have Kids doing an evening. High school would drive up in their truck and roll the window down and say mr cam. Oh i want you to meet my girlfriend. So you know you built that relationship. And wanting kids grow and learn and then i went on to do the same thing for adult scouting Bayden powell and nineteen nineteen started a program Which is an eagle project. Go equivalent for adults wood badge and i began teaching. That course i took it. And then t told it and became the the cost director. Both my sons-in-law are eagle scouts. Wonderful congressional yeah. So i am not needed for tying knots or starting fires that they've got that covered. Yeah yeah. I was very fortunate. Because of what i did. I did. Get the The silver beaver award which is is toward locally and then the silver antelope which is the highest award. Volunteers get within the boy scouts. So and then there's another one. It's called god and country service to church which was my faith has been very critical part of my life and was very honored to get the saint. George ward for service to youth with my shirt okay. Well let's talk about that for a second. You were a founding member of saint peter's cathedral correct right we Left the fiscal church to file form. The anglican church of north america and saint peter's is now the cathedral for this area and so that entity is what we help start and Been very involved with that program. It's a wonderful thing and You know it's been a major part of my life. And i'm so of the church too. When you say we re talking about latino i my wife who's been you know. I was very blessed to meet her. She's from pensacola florida. Six generation floridian which is a rare breed and She helped me change from being this. Stodgy englishman to more. Like you know being an american way you share feelings and you care a moat and so forth easy transition for it. Took me a while. She was very rigorous at making sure that i made that transition. She got very involved with a community activities. We did a lot of that together. one of the interesting things we did together that We had been involved with the british olympic team. And and then We also did the Managing a nascar team right. I started Cam group internationally. Nineteen ninety-six relief. So that i could facilitate my activities in sports and have kept it. Going for consulting services over the is obviously. It's become important more times. And then today i have it very active. And that's really my. That's the company. I work for today. Okay all right. Were you brought up sports. And that's where. I wanna go next because that's a big area of interest for me. I read that in one thousand nine hundred four. You developed a web site for the british olympic team before we get to that website. Because let me do the premise. We tina worked Was vice president of the chamber and We had the sports authority. The goal of the sports authority was to bring major sports events. We're talking about tallahassee tallahassee right and we'd bring major sports event from economic development because obviously what we did was tourism and if you brought Whenever you had a big sporting event you have about two point five to three people that come to town and hotel rooms etc etc so we had been doing that and Then the nineteen ninety. Six games. In atlanta the centennial games looming up. And so i'll goal was to get at least one team to train for the ninety six game. Why was that important. Because the games were being held a loss week in july and the first week in august heat and humidity is a primary issue for these temperate climate countries. Right and so. Fortunately i was asked to be on economic program Communications group to go with. At and t. To england right about that time. And i had the pleasure of meeting up with the british olympic association and the british track and field organizations. That typically don't get on too well because track and field in europe is a big deal for okay and Fortunately we put together a package and we convince them that To consider tallahassee rather than georgia and so they put a bid out For athens georgia chapel hill Raleigh area dharam and tallahassee. Those are the final three and they brought in a team and we showed them all on all kinds of crazy things. But the key thing that we did. I did a evaluation of the Temperature and weather conditions for the last ten years before that and we could deliver the same conditions as those two weeks. August september four earlier for nine months out of the year. And so what i slogan warmly. That's not a big selling point but the thing is really important to understand. Is that in tallahassee. We have the finest heat and humidity in the south and they bought it and they came and we got twenty one of twenty four teams that they took to atlanta thanks. We built the facilities. Put together the facilities. We blessed to have a fantastic relationship with florida state. University florida am all the local communities the biking communities the wrestling communities boxing communities and then the other aspect was Massage therapy which was a big deal in in olympic sports right so they came and they trained for four years and we had an incredible number of athletes. For how long for four years they we. They selected us in ninety four years. Voyeurs of training off and on for that opened on the teams with coming they. As we got closer to the games they came more and more and that formula is very important Four what we did. We were fortunate to be able to contact buckingham palace and princess. Anne made a decision to come and the night and the day before the game started in atlanta. She was flown in on a private jet. And i to spend the day with Taking a to all the venues making meeting the players the dow athlete very exciting. Very exciting time so getting back to the website. You'd sell right The idea was to be able to sell branded material clothing right well for most people that don't realize that the olympic rings look the same and they are the same in every single country but not allowed to sell any kind of olympic gail in america other american olympic gale was got a waiver. We had a good relationship with the american olympic association and so when we open that they agreed to a let us to sell british olympic Branded montero's on that website and That was very significant are so in addition to the olympic the work with the olympics. You also We're involved in managing marketing and sponsorships for a nascar team. So how did you get involved with nascar. I had a friend that i went to chapel hill with. And he was the lawyer for a team and asheville north carolina and they had They had a team but never really got better than seventeenth position in nascar. The difference between first place and forty the forty fourth call is seconds not a lot of time and he asked me to come up and help them with the sponsorship. And so t nigh Took on the opportunity to use our knowledge that we had learned from the olympics to help them with their sponsorship along the way Having worked with all these athletes just little things that we could help them with. That would make a huge difference for instance. Whenever you jump you always jump off the same foot. Okay well when you go over the wall to change a tire you're talking seconds for and if you go to the wall on the wrong foot the body will change and put you on the right foot. You now lost a second. Every second is one position back as you go back on the track. How do you. Max minimize the time. It takes the train to change tires and get the 'cause ready we help them get the sponsorship. We we did that want. We thought we had got a major Victory and tnt spent a lot of time cultivating And we really felt that we had convinced Pepsi dispenser our teams. We had team Number was one and they wanted the number one and the vice president call. Tina and said i gotta tell you we can't go through the deal but when you hear what we have you'll understand and she hung up very disappointed and she told me i said well. There's only one person that would make that difference. And i said jeff gordon and he was a coca cola sponsor and yes. They had convinced him to move from coca cola to pepsi. That was exciting. I mean it's such a tremendous you fly into the the different venues and you inside that area you're working with the teams and just a wonderful experience. But it's not conducive to raising three kids. So that's where we left that industry. Yeah hey everybody just a quick reminder that this episode is brought to you by fiori communications just like people every business has a story to tell and we've been helping our clients. Tell their story since two thousand one because who you are as a company is just as important as what you do to learn more about. How telling your story can make a difference in your business visit. Fury communications dot com. Thanks again for listening now. Back to the show now we get to one of the most interesting parts for me is a huge sports fan especially football fan You were and are still a member of the tallahassee quarterback club and i believe you founded the foundation to Tell me about the origins of the bullet nicole award. And how all that happened as a great question and i thoroughly enjoyed talking about it but bottom line over the years From my time in high school where we played football. I had a tremendous interested college football and football in general and i was watching Charlie ward get his heisman For those don't know. Hollywood was at florida state university in one the heisman and he suddenly could to me as i listened to him getting the award and having listened to the college football award show three days before having looked at the the sport and understanding that there was no ward for the for the wide receivers. As i said there's Seven positions in college football. And indeed. As i look through the history From very posit. Occurred between dot muffin. yale and eighteen. Eighty seven of quarterback was falling and screw the ball and It was caught and went for touchdown and then the ref said well there's no rule against it and that's how the nobody had thought to throw the ball. Nobody thought right. And so it wasn't outlawed Then side then looked at two things. Who would you give the award to. So i the research on who had the best to statistics in college football and as you go through and look at the history up until that date nineteen ninety four ninety-three that time period. It came to be evident that fred. Belinda cough who was from airy pennsylvania very successful athlete at lettered in five sports in high in high school and he played for florida state university and his assistants With very best at the time. That's how i eventually Decided that would be the person that we would name the award after. We also had a great Pro career with the raiders. Right and that's what. I want being a marketing person. That was one aspect that's a great observation on your part is that i didn't pick up on that. And so after we created the ward. I called him and got to know my head to talk to the raiders organization to allow them to talk to him. Yes he had had a very successful pro-career but so then you had to create a trophy and if you look at each of the seven positions. There's a pacific stance that depict if you look at a quarterback where they stand the quarterback award. Looks like that. I look at the running back and the key. Position for receive always a sideline pause and so we created that a war the figurine to look that way and it was kind of interesting is that we had nobody the did Figurines tallahassee the only person. I could do to get to do. It was a world renown duck decoy person. That did decoys for ducks and he did. The i mode. Obviously it had some issues but we had a a very fortunate that we one of the people in town that did trophies and they were able to get the clay model to the company in chicago. louis does all the emmys oscars an mtv awards and so forth and they do all those things and so that model was then sent to chicago and then we wanted a blank to really stand out and so we have philippine immobile which is the finest marble in the world. And that's the blank that goes in the blit knockoff..
"university florida" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Hit the big time college game. Yeah i mean. I think it was a time where i really enjoy just playing and and if i wanted to compete. Continue playing This was the path that i had to take. Because i was i was short of that To point out So i had to not to make sure. I was really good in school. But i think my freshman year i had to come up so much to to to reach To get a get eligible. I was working hard and just missed having gone long syracuse and all these other big schools that was recruited me out out of high school but Junior college was really and truly a stepping stone for me It really helped me develop my game and me as a person As a student as a player. All of those things that i had to accomplish to get to the next level i can remember art. University of arkansas was was really on me. And i i went to a An arkansas game they were playing fly. Slamma jamma and Logic one and clyde drexler and these guys came out They came out. And i'm looking at these guys. And i say there is no way i can play division one basketball right now because i played four in the five and high school. And i'm saying i would have to go up against allows you want so. I needed that time and judy collins to really kind of developed my car skills and i had a great coach in dana. Hallman who coaches are oregon right now. Who every day you know. We worked on my ball handling work on my jump shot. We worked on all the skiers that was done. Make my transition much. He changed my shot over summer on. It took me about three or four months to kind of really kinda. Get it down But that was the steady you stole from me that i had to grow and so many areas to get to the next level. How did you end up. A case state then what taste and there was a lot of schools after me and Lon kruger a great coach. That i had opportunity to play with our to play for No just came into that. I have you know. Oklahoma university of florida Mel and all these schools after me and and coach prove of candidates say. Hey this is opportunity for you to come step right in and we're gonna build a whole program around you. You're not gonna go to a program at that time university. Florida had the moten boys. He said you're not gonna go into a situation where they already got their players. We're going to build everything around you. You're gonna be our guy now we're gonna put the players around you. And how can i turn that down. You know coming from junior college and probably would thank you another year to kind of get developing someone system. And then you're senior. You have time time to jail But this time. I was stepping in and they were tweaking everything to my abilities and and i couldn't turn it down mitch. Richmond is with us on sports byline played fourteen years in the nba with the warriors drafted him sacramento washington and also the lakers. He was the rookie of the year in the nba. And when we come back we'll talk a little bit more about his college career and then his transfer into the nba where he was a fifth overall. Pick in that first round. We do that as we continue across the country and around the world. We've got you on america's sports talk show. Most of us like to be out in the sun. That's my sunscreen and other safety measures are key to protect your skin from aging and cancer. The fda recommends using sunscreen with a sun protection factor or s. A fifteen or higher also look for broad spectrum on the label that means both harmful ultraviolet a and b rays of blocked. uv rays age skin. You being raised burn and both cause cancer but the perfect sunscreen doesn't county use it wrong. Don't need sunscreen on a cloudy day wrong. Eighty percent of uv. rays still get through the hades. Only use sunscreen. Have each no anytime you're outside. You be raised attack the skin so you need protection. And you have to reapply sunscreen every two hours remember. 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"university florida" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast
"It was hard sometimes to to kind of keep finding things to talk about if you went also sometimes the notes provided about the story lines stuff we kind of and it's in spanish. Obviously so you kind of having to piece stuff together but again you skill so what you learn during that is essentially how to fill time how to talk nonsense. You keep the entry going when not much is going on when you know tightly. She'll what is happening. And so you just kind of learned that professionalism to Still sound like your income of the of the broadcast and find something interesting today in. That helps you out later because if fuel everyone does it if you're a commentator than sometimes you might be helpful imagine the sole e robot to say like flies out of your head and use your mind suddenly guys blank but always got something then. You can always just kind of out worse as the play by play commentator you can you. Can you know you kind of think of forgotten what i was about to say i can just reverted to actually describing the action in front of me while i think that brilliant point i was about to make you so you can kind of back and forth. But that's a skill is a skill and you learn from. I learned it from during damaged like a hundred hours of see amila Aaa new japan biter as well which was awesome. Yeah but to do a lot of that stuff in in post production sometimes only sometimes with With it helps. It really helps you live stuff as well because you have to learn out to keep going even when you've got really nothing to say. Oc at the back of that. You took a break because obviously you're doing your masters degree in florida. More memory says how was living in florida. Was that like wicked. Was it completely american. College culture these sales xabi. That's why i wanted. But i had. It's twenty eight then. I still haven't quite grown out of american college. Tv show well as i. I wanna live like that while. I'm still vaguely young. So i went into when degree i went to a big university florida. Which is one of the big southern universities. Huge american football team plays in stadium with ninety thousand fans. Every man i loved it it was just like it was the academic stuff was bit boring but like the the experience of being out there and believing that lifestyle for awhile was just was really. Yeah it was really cool. I will say that the florida climate is not really suited to a white english boy. Because i was just like why would find is hobbies incredibly humid. You'd find i. Would you know volcano a house. Party say that was two blocks from where i lived. I would show up. And i'll be sorry dripping sweat just from like a five minute. Walk to someone's house. Will everyone else least radio by droid raining. Outside ignores you're stupid weather is humid out of their vertu..
Florida coronavirus cases show little sign of slowing as state surpasses New York
"Florida now has more confirmed cove nineteen cases than New York state by Tara Law. The number of covid nineteen cases recorded in Florida has now passed New York leaving the Sunshine State with the second most corona virus cases in the nation trailing only California as of yesterday more than four hundred fourteen thousand people have been diagnosed with covid nineteen in Florida according to a tracker maintained by researchers at Johns Hopkins University Florida's number passes the four hundred eleven. Thousand cases recorded so far in New York. California, the nation's most. Most populous state has had the most corona virus cases since last week as of Saturday had more than four hundred forty six thousand cases. While Cova nineteen cases surged in the northeast early this spring. Florida appeared to have missed the worst impact of the pandemic. However, the state's fortunes appeared to shift after the state rapidly entered his lockdown in May. These grim milestones reflect the shift of the epicenter of the pandemic to the sun belt. While the spread of the virus in New York and New Jersey dropped in May, and have remained low. The virus has spread rapidly in places like California Arizona and Texas. As cases have surged in Florida. Communities across the state have been forced to roll back some reopening measures to curb the spread of the virus, ordering beaches to close again and imposing mandatory face, covering policies although Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's faced criticism for failing to impose more restrictive measures such as a statewide mask requirement.