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"university florida" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

07:04 min | 2 months ago

"university florida" Discussed on The News Junkie

"In Florida. Giving you a recap of the most grown worthy stories. This weekend. I don't have a lot of times. Let's get into it. Let's take a trip around the sunshine state and see some of the craziness that happened in the past few days or so, and they they've done no Florida finally has a shining light upon them. We did some good. Yeah Florida emerges as bright spot in covid nineteen fight. You didn't think we could do it. they say the case and death numbers point to something. Many may find surprising, because we're not as much of a hot spot as New, York California or Michigan and there are fewer cases per capita than other heavily impacted states, such as Louisiana the according to Johns Hopkins University Florida has had a total of one hundred seventy six cases per hundred thousand people compared to Louisiana at six, hundred and forty four, and so as the stuff starts opening up there. They've figured. Figured out who will be the first to open a poker room? which we big when they do. Yeah, I mean a lot of people want to get their gamble on, but that's one of those things where you're. You're touching cards, your elbow to elbow with people, but a Tampa Bay poker room said they are opening next week. They might be one of the first in the country. Do this Derby. Lane announced on its website. Not your cousin. No, no relation to me. Derby Lane said it will restart live greyhound racing on Friday eighth, and the card room will open with limited operations. Monday may eleventh. The Greyhound got shut down. I think this is the last year they can do it, and I they the most of the Greyhound. Facilities were going to be shut down anyway because they couldn't operate during the pandemic. Let's be real here. The greyhound racing make sense. The horse racing makes sense. You don't need people there for that, and you could just watch it and bet on and stuff, but the poker room. That's GonNa be a lot more difficult. There is a professor of management at USF. Told eight on your side over our friends at Wfan. They said the racing side is no problem. They've got plenty of room there, but they said a poker room cannot safely reopen calling it the Petri dish of pandemic, so we'll see how that goes. There is a sheriff. Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony Who's. Having a little bit of issues right now because he's for reelection sheriff and he's had to go on the record after a watchdog news group. Came back and reminded him that. Hey, either way back in nineteen ninety-three. Didn't you kill a guy? Pulled a straight up ceiling on this man, he's been keeping the killing the secret for years, but the sheriff had to go on the record and he spoke to a local. TV Station at the headquarters over there Bso, and he said it was a violent encounter that he and his brother endured, it was may of nineteen ninety-three when and he in self-defense shoot and kill an eighteen year old man that was threatening to shoot him and his brother. That's the same guy who's in the picture where those topless women that we talked about Oh, so he's having multiple issues going stuff going on over in Marion County. There's a man who. Wanted to make awareness of juveniles on dirt bikes, tormenting the neighborhood and you know there's ways you could make awareness. You could call the police. You could put up some signs maybe have. Some some training on how to facebook page not torment the neighborhood a petition. But he didn't go that route instead they say he fired his. A are fifteen multiple times because a group of juveniles on dirt bikes were tormenting. So, Florida. Just making this making awareness, everything's cool. Do you make awareness you raise awareness, he said. He wanted to make it right as A. Normal people that wouldn't fire a gun like that would be just raising awareness, but he was making it and making it hard. Deputies say they were called to a area of southeast, one, seventy, four, who cares street in Ocala Sunday to investigate reports of dirt bikers, driving recklessly as deputy Anthony Esquivel was investigating. The juvenile's told him that forty-five-year-old Derek. Roberts had fired in fifteen. Fifteen toward them Roberts claim to the victim, said threatened to shoot him, and had run their dog off a road a week prior causing the canines or run straight into offense and hurt his rate, so w say Robert admitted to firing six rounds from his glock into his yard after the tenth blanking time they pass by just to make awareness and not necessarily raise it. So He's rested on three counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill have our parents of the Day Harran Saf. And those are in Hillsborough County. Where they say the Hillsborough County School district did not have enough food for students. Because of some greedy individuals, you know how a lot of the schools despite being closed, have been giving out the meals to kids who would normally be on free and reduced lunch, yeah. These parents took those meals and sold the come on. The school district said some people were visiting multiple sites. Receive, free, food, and then selling it for profit. Constituents were coming through the line at multiple schools and taking away food from children in need. This is Superintendent Addison Davis talking. My job is to take care of everyone students. Every single day families could receive one pound of lunch, meat loaf of bread, milk, juice and other snacks, and there were parents that were just showing up to all the different locations than food, trying to flip them online, which is a scum bag thing to do? If you were driving down the interstate and you had a tire blowout. or You thought somebody was shooting at you. You would naturally just call the cops immediately. Probably, the right move would be the right moves Martin if if it was you sean or you Sabrina driving as you normally do. It wasn't a very smart move for this guy. He's from Florida, but we've exported him to Oregon. And he was driving around on interstate five. He thought he'd been shot at, but it was actually a tire blowout, so he called the cops, and they came and found thirty thousand dollars in cash and a whole bunch of weed are so he unfortunately will not be holding onto that and he was arrested on the spot. That's it for this week in. Florida, thank you see lane back in just a moment with your dispatches. What are you thinking about today? What's going on in your world? Let us know search for the news junkie in the APP store. Now those are next stay. Put News Junkie on real radio. Yes. Did you gotTa make mixed drinks? Math lesson real radio..

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"university florida" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"university florida" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Play. Oh, Mark hall. Yeah. Homeschooling. Yeah. What do you think about the notion that people who pay property taxes and the decided to home school their kids should be able to use public school cities have their kids play in public school, sports and do other things drama? It felt a school. Absolutely. If you're paying taxes towards your district, then you should be able to utilize those facilities. I mean, I we didn't just because there were other facilities for us. And we did, you know exit. We did the. What's the word? I'm looking for the outside of the school zone. Thank you. Yeah. We did. I mean, we we just we, you know, we hunkered down. And again, I I wasn't. I wasn't there to really I was there to get my kid through school. And I gotta tell you though, the conversation I have with my with some of my my my black colleagues around the idea of Algiers. Okay. And I know, and I bet you Kansas Owens would actually agree with us to you know, if you've got a black family who's who's their middle class. They're working both parents are working. And and why can't they use the funds that would have gotten toward a public school toward a voucher to a private school? Why can't to me? That's that. If anything is segregation out his finest by by their own people by by the democrat party is it's like, no, let's keep them down. Again, victimization is an industry and women have have really kind of pioneered that. And now gun control activists have been like, oh, who's the greatest victim demographic? We can latch onto to push our legislation through. Due to push our agenda through which inevitably affects the entire nation. I mean, we start talking about your second amendment rights your first amendment rights hate crime. We've been talking about hate crime legislation to people get their feelings hurt around everything. Why are you asking that? What do you think you dilute tempt? Hebrew is. Yes. Florida university Florida the day. John three sixteen on his face super hottie. Really per engaged early pretty girl now most and he was home schooled. Okay. Played public school football too. It's the Tim tebow act. They're just past the Georgia state Senate and are people pounding sand over that. They don't want kids to be able to do that. There was a little bit of conservation about it. But it past we'll see if it how does in the house becomes law. Just curious of other states have that. Well, I think the government school system is by far the greatest molester of of of our nation at this point in that listen that is not too slight any of you who are public school teachers, I know a lot of teachers in my family, my friends as well that is not a slight bit. It is an industry, and I believe the government should get out of it. That's just my humble opinion and ask because I I saw the detriment that it was causing my own daughter. Listen, it is it is survival of the fittest in your public school. Have you not noticed that? I mean, I don't care if they're wearing uniforms or not. But it is they're dealing with social media. They're dealing with gun violence. They're dealing with. You know, look at the highschoolers who took the entire nation hostage in. What what this is a prime example. Look look. Align themselves with the the parkland students the women's March, right? It was the women's March dot org. They got behind our kids Marci. So for all of your parents who were like, oh, this is a good thing for our kids to March around the school. Okay. Well, I hope you send him to school with their pink vagina hat for the day. Because that's who was leading the charge. You have to start paying attention and connecting the dots of it's not just it. Sure that the prevailing the prevailing blanket over the nation as a partisan issue, but it really is an international issue. So I I wanna talk to this because I haven't in a lot of people aren't aware. This is curry. We talked about this on my show a couple of months ago about the big summit that happened in Morocco United Nations summits, and they basically sent their ITO various. Correct. Mike, rations, PC migration speech. Okay. And this is so for those of you who are like, why are you in Facebook jail. See this stuff is going on overseas. But it's happening here too. We're already being silenced. So if you say something about a woman, and hurts her feelings or you talk about your guns or a man is a man like you can't be Adam. And then you want to be, you know, Cherie five like all that kind of stuff. Right. It's going to get you in trouble. And it's it's not only going to get you in trouble. And it's going to get you dubbed. But here's where it gets dangerous for me. We've got hate crime legislation pushing its way through my state and the state of Georgia right now, you probably have it too and your respective state. Well, I was kind of surprised to see that, you know, all of this started actually with the FBI like right around World War One. Okay. And the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four, you know, ushered in kinda this whole, I think there was like one of the largest civil rights cases ever was called burn. And it was around, you know, stiffer Mississippi burning, and I it's whenever seven men were convicted of conspiring to violate the constitutional rights of the slain civil rights workers. Okay. All these guys are sentenced to prison. But what they did was they align this spirit. This mindset this feeling of hate behind the crime that was perpetuated. And now the stuff is like a has become a, you know, what started out as listen murders murder. That does thefts right hijacking tie. You why you have to have this undercurrent of? Oh, well, there's an additional offense. There's an additional molestation of someone's rights because you had a strong opinion about it. Or you have a bias toward you know, you like to color blue and not the color pink. The these things these things are ushered NPR school system. They're there, and they and they develop at a very young age in kindergarten little TIMMY, and in Jane their little books coloring activities, and before you know, what the middle school, and they're they come home. And you're like who the hell are you like what what happened like what are you talking about right now? And it's because you a as parents, we do not take the time to sit and really treat our children with dignity and respect that they deserve. In terms of adult conversations around things that are going to affect them. They're rapidly taking our country into the toilet right now. And we all look at each other and go what the heck happened. How did we get here? Hate crime legislation to me is very dangerous right now. I just said in the UN you've got in a you rather you have respective countries that have gone back in and agreed on a non-binding measure. But that they would go back and start monitoring the dialogue of people on social media platforms and anyone who was found guilty of criticizing. I want you to think about that. Who gets to define critical who gets to define the word. Criticize this scary stuff, and it's happening right here. Okay. If you're criticizing mass migration, you're going down. They're coming for you. They're gonna kick you off your social media platform. They're going to find you, and it could ultimately land you in jail. All right. So this is what's happening overseas. But it's happening here too. And the overarching agenda of all of this whether it's a Women's Day, mar whatever whatever group chooses to be offended for the day. It it really is a larger cauldron if you will for globalization is it that's it. It's just that simple. A central focal point of power of doling out the bread and the soup the soup. They they own the Super Bowls, the ladle, the pot the fire the gas you'd everything that goes with it. The ingredients in the rest of the world is supposed to stand in line as with that. I think is kind of funny because I'm like, you know, Candace Owens is really leading the charge with Blackson. And like, hey, let's leave this plantation of thought that no it has never served us, by the way. But for sure we know it's not serving us. Now, let we are capable of filling out of voter registration card. We are capable of showing up. We're capable of getting a driver's license. We had the president of the United States for two terms in a row who is black and case everyone for God. So we're clearly not a bunch of Dotas like we can do this thing. We don't need an HR one catfish with all kinds of female regulations. We're smart people. We can pull this off only differences is she's having a heck of a time getting people in in mass to follow her off the off the planet off the thought plantation, you know, with all kinds of stuff, but but you you look at the the the mass migration of of thought. You're just like how many people are willing to give up what they've always held onto the.

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"university florida" Discussed on She Who Persisted

She Who Persisted

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on She Who Persisted

"And I don't want to speak for everyone. But I don't know if I've ever seen a lifetime movie, featuring the countless missing women and girls from the purse people communities. Yeah. So according to statistics gathered by energy moat. I'm sure I'm pronouncing that wrong, but that's just you know, I can't pronounce people's names, but he's from the Radford university Florida Gulf Coast university serial killer database, while we typically associate Syria photos with white men statistics on US serial killers by race indicate that on average forty percent of serial killers are black and in two thousand ten it was fifty nine percent. Four percent of the world serial killers can be found in the United States. Twenty five percent of US serial killer victims are black seven percent, Hispanic one point eight percent are Asian point five two percent are native. But this is from serial killers. We know and this is and this is only from serial killers. This isn't violence, and this isn't just playing murder victims. According to two thousand sixteen FBI statistics fifty two percent of murder victims in the US are black. Seven percent are black women. Forty four percent are black men and more black men were victims of murder in the United States in two thousand sixteen than all white victims combined. And I don't care if someone is murdered in a in a shooting in their neighborhood if it's a random shooting. I I don't care if I don't care what the circumstances are the fact that the only shows that we see on TV are primarily of white women, overcoming. Any sort of murderer or or featuring white women being murdered doesn't jive with the statistics that we have that fifty two percent of murder victims in the United States are black. So let me give a further example while we've been so focused on the Golden State killer in part because Michelle McNamara book. But also because he was recently caught. I haven't seen nearly the focus on the grim creeper who was arrested in twenty ten who is the grim creeper or grim sleeper. At grew the I know that Grimsley, I I know the conflict Krim, honestly, I've heard that. Yeah. Sorry. Yeah. Know, it's grim sleeper. Okay. He terrorized south central Los Angeles for almost two duck in the murderer targeted the communities. Most vulnerable women impoverished black sex worker, too he presumed that no one would miss. So he picked victims that know what that he thought. Nobody was going to report were missing from nineteen thousand hundred five to two thousand six these murders were largely ignored by the Los Angeles Police Department until a female crime reporter took an interest in the unsolved crimes in two thousand six. She started covering the city's disregard for these victims in in LA weekly local newspaper, and she exposed how the crimes were brushed under the rug health community organizations were not notified about the Ciller serial killer operating in their area. And how many of the victims families were kept in the dark, and let's compare this to the Golden State killer there. So much media attention even in the seventies and eighties about the Golden State killer. Now, it was just I in a lot of different areas. This was centralize. This was a community that the Los Angeles Police Department did not even notified that they had a serial killer. So while we know a handful of his victims, he kept photos and videos of women who hate we have yet to identify investigators found over a thousand photos and several hundred hours video in its home. The images show mainly black women of a wide age range from teenagers to middle aged to older often nude the photos a lot of the photos were released to the public in an effort to identify women. But only about fourteen of these twelve of these women are known, and I don't wanna get into a pissing conscious about the number of murders committed because every murder victim is important. And I get the at that the grim sleeper was arrested in twenty ten so it's an older story..

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"university florida" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"To keep the rest of us in line twenty i've talked about this in the office all the time i don't want to take too much credit for it in the in the sense that i feel like maybe i i was kind of lazy in college in the sense that i i mean i literally took the path of least resistance i was always sort of a math guy and so it would have been really really hard for me to get a little liberal arts degree i mean that would have been i mean that would've been almost impossible my brain doesn't work that way so i didn't you know when i was twenty years old or even eighteen getting a high school i didn't say hey i want to grow up and be a financial adviser you know things happen i think people can identify with that path of least resistance i wound up with a degree in economics and finance and university of florida university florida right grew up here in florida and then wound up in chicago we're going to the board of trade in new york for a while and bottom line if you spend if you grew up in florida and you spend some time in chicago and then you spend some time in new york you start thinking about moving back to florida so we started this company almost will actually now over twenty years ago so help people with their financial lives all the time especially well actually only when they're nearing and in retirement and a lot of different things happen that help us accumulate wealth maybe it saving investing over the years it could be sometimes an inheritance happens every so often but whether it's an inheritance or an unlikely lottery win you might come into a large sum of money one day it's possible and when you do it's critical that you get professional advice and attorney danielle mayoress gave yahoo finance an example of how that can really pay off there was a case of a huge powerball winner in rhode island who won over two hundred million dollars and she was very smart she created an irrevokable trough paying the taxes took the money in a lump sum payment put all of it into the trust and the trust actually had her visions as to how she could take the money out from the trust and how could use it the reason i wanted to talk about the.

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"university florida" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on WLOB

"In miami which is reporting several deaths no numbers confirmed yet fox's grenell scott has more live this bridge meant to connect the university florida international university and the nearby town of sweetwater was only in place since this past saturday when it was swung into place nine hundred fifty tonnes structure as you said not open to the public but was over a busy roadway with people and cars passing underneath it and possibly construction workers on it are fox miami affiliate reports several deaths with cars crushed the university says in a statement is still a rescue situation florida governor rick scott has reportedly been briefed and will be continually updated on this situation leads thanks colonel that statement from the university also says they are shocked and saddened calling this tragic event russia gets punished for election meddling as part of new us sanctions over militias cyber attacks the sanctions target nineteen individuals and five entities some recently indicted in the russia probe this as the u us joins france germany and the uk blaming moscow for the poisoning of a former russian spy in britain averse said situation it certainly looks like the russians were behind it something that should never ever happen an and trump says the us is taking it very seriously russia denies involvement in the kremlin is reportedly repairing to retaliate for both the us sanctions and britain's expulsion of russian diplomats over the poisoning fox news fair and balanced gotomeeting is the collaborative meeting tool trusted by over eighteen million monthly users but how do we make the concept of eighteen million more real for you well if you wanted to travel eighteen million miles you could go to the moon and back thirty six times and still have a few miles leftover for a detour eighteen million dollars could buy you four point five million nonfat isolates which would keep you caffeinated from now until the end of your career or if you took eighteen million standing desks breaks well you'd probably be in great shape visit gotomeeting dot com to learn why so many people trust us doubt them get work done are we ready to open next month i think so.

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"university florida" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In the two thousand sixteen election now more on our top story reports have fatalities following the collapse of a pedestrian bridge at a university outside of miami here's w f o rt reporter rick full bomb with the latest tragic story involving the collapse of a brand new pedestrian bridge on the campus of f i you cbs four news has now confirmed that several people have been killed in this accident against several people are dead as a result of a brand new pedestrian bridge collapsing this is a bridge that went across south west eighth street on the campus of fau and it literally just opened within the last several days and today now a terrible tragedy taking place exactly how we have no idea but again this is on the campus of i you in west miami dave and you can see the span of that bridge virtually the entire span of it has collapsed onto itself there are a number of cars that are still trapped underneath the debris of what was this pedestrian bridge we have also seen in these live pictures people being treated for injuries on the side of the road in some cases in the middle of the highway south west eighth street where first responders set up a bit of a triage center on the medium there on that stretch in between the two the the lanes on that highway again we have been able to confirm several people have been killed in this accident and of course this is a terrible tragedy but the fact that it comes just days after having been open to the public is is is another added layer of interest in this story that is w f o rtd reported rick full bomb in miami with the latest on the bridge collapsed pedestrian bridge collapse at florida university international university florida international university and of course jeff brown and laurie kirby we'll have more on this story throughout the afternoon so keep it right here wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time to fifty two catholic and jewish leaders in poland are trying to strengthen their ties after a polish is really dispute sparked anger on both sides now there were bad feelings boiling up in late january over a new polish law that makes blaming poland for germany's holocaust holocaust crimes of a criminal offence or this week the polish bishops conference described antisemitism as contradictory to the principles of christian love we.

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"university florida" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"That the first since 2010 so congratulations on that victory i wish i could provide some sort of odd takes on it but i don't know what to him tang apoe true true basketball and i fatos zero dead to the college basketball this year it's not that much of a college basketball fan yes i know i went to syracuse comes of slack d do you think will i know the answer to this but i wanna ask you is houston eight bandwagon sports town because i see people on my time line who lavigne's seat talk about the cougars back while seen all year can you blame couvert fans are being a little bandwagoning i think a lot of people grew up rooting for texas or texas saying and either they didn't get into those two schools or they couldn't afford to go to those two schools and you go to the university of houston and navy there your secondary team and when they're doing really well which is not that often you root for them join lindsey now hurt yes seeking about that race okay ekapat down although the banderas i i think i think part of it is that the cougars are never anyone's at primary team when you've grown up ruining for somebody else but i think for some people that actually went to the school they did taken on it's a weird dynamic growing up going a high school in the state and then when you get rejected or donen of going to the college that you want to go to like i when i was in florida for high school there's so many people that wanted to go to florida which is the best state school in the in the in the in florida university florida florida state is a club is a distant second and then everything after that is really really below that central florida south florida etcetera and a lot of people that were die hard florida fans got rejected by florida at one to florida state became die hard florida state fans out of spite which i thought was an interesting dynamic but i think when we're talking about cougar fans i think i can understand why when the teams usually aren't that competitive from a basketball or football standpoint over the last twenty years or so you can understand why that's that's the mindset like guy i don't i don't i don't eight.

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"university florida" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"Prevent the floor in me i take a probiotic every day that get your immune system working really well makes you musa some look a much younger person um i get my vitamin d blood levels above forty and i swish green tea rim mouth twice a day close on contract green tea weakens flu viruses it weakens many viruses what it does it robs them of the enzyme that they need to infect humans it's called a neuro minute dacians zone i mean there are drugs that duties like roland zone tamiflu but dare starting to become less effective the flu saarc certain stroot flew stranger becoming resistant to them their drugs that if you start to get the flu you pop these little capsules in this like puncture mechanism and you breathe in you win held a powder and that we can to flow on contact but they're not working as effectively green tea is still working and it's very effective it weakens the same enzyme and the flu viruses that reluctance and tamiflu weaken the norm in shot and there's a lotta great data including for university florida gainesville including from insure and french onshore bone that green tea helps protect people from the floor green tea helps protect people from the full so i do my green tea yes studies on green tea for the us from french for japan a and australia strong supporting a triple did we.

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"university florida" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Had a really solve side his they gave a story was writing science fiction they were those story called her way and do you have that book by any chance at lee road yet it yeah will you be published because i love science fiction we had that in common and actually my publisher heads public it's called letters is the sideboard has my sciencefiction story in it in in the back at least science fiction story per week we have we've got it published i'm so proud of my publisher we're doing that gold letters to the cyborg original work before trim i have it all at skopje worth of sorts since may eleven 63 dr berry servants now i read the book called dr mary's makia had their mom had that was all about using monkey bars now you hear about this mk ultra mind control in all this is what it really is is monkey kidney monkey kid the that's what they used murai the mk of mk ultra and people laugh at you but that's exactly why was from that group mars for mindcontrol in eluded acronym that was huge lacey a but those acronyms could be used other ways yes sir but yeah you really through when at me from the hang on would expect the uh we we're working very hard people say how can you be like that remember i came from florida where i sell those tuning rumbling down deke websites all live close going down to key west dummy we were on the brink of everything and the bay of pigs i had been taught by anticastro friends okay how horrible kennedy was i'd i'd martin kennedy was highschool bit by the time i reach a florida university florida and all these friends were telling me and i dated you know leave with surprised at how much i knew and that's why he and others thought i was in on the secret side i hit the agents for example tony lopez percent with me of cuba's finance minister rupel says for skit you'd had to flee the united states was look it was an american so i came with all kinds of prejudices lucy arca you.

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"university florida" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A half before it's actually due to take effect january one and as a consequence of there's very little time for the irs to recover an issue guidance in advance of the effectiveness of the tax bill you know the irs what's the morale there are these days well the morale is i think by and large pretty bad of the irs has suffered since two thousand and turn a twenty percent reduction in our budgetary resources as a consequence the irs has been doing each year as the commissioner says doing more with less and that's a real challenge for the irs ira civil servants have some be way in interpreting this legislation how much well they have a fair amount of leeway there are two types of interpretation some is just trying to figure out what an ambiguous word means and others are forms of interpretive guidance or help is when the congress delegates to the irs to fill in gaps in the statute are there's a lot of o forms of guidance at the irs will need to tackle in the near term of course there's also guidance that will be needed that will be outside of the hands of the irs though require the congress to revisit two additional legislation the fix the problems that may have a and as a consequence of this sort of fast paced and opaque process a lot of work ahead dan that steve rosenthal senior fellow at the urban brookings tax policy center thank you so much you're welcome tomorrow on morning edition free speech and hate speech this year far right provocateurs attempted to speak and rally at places like berkeley and the university florida and in doing so they made college campuses a testing ground for what's protected expression and what counts as hate speech when does the first amendment give way when's should it that's the subject of a conversation tomorrow on morning edition listen by asking your smart speaker to play npr by now you better have your holiday shopping done maybe you did more of it online this year easy for you but bad for your local mall brick.

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"university florida" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To take effect january one and as a consequence of there's very little time for the irs to recover an issue guidance in advance of the effectiveness of the tax bill you know the irs what's the morale are these days well the morale is i think by and large pretty bad of the irs has suffered since two thousand and turn a twenty percent reduction in our budgetary resources as a consequence the irs has been doing each year you're as the commissioner says doing more with less and that's a real challenge for the irs ira civil servants have some leeway in interpreting this legislation how much well they have a fair amount of leeway there are two types of interpretation some is just trying to figure out what an ambiguous word means and others are forms of interpretive guidance or help is when the congress delegates to the irs to fill in gaps in the statute are there's a lot of o forms of guidance at the ice will need to tackle in the near term of course there's also guidance that will be needed that will be outside of the hands of the irs though require the congress to revisit do additional legislation to fix the problems that may have arisen as a consequence of this sort of fast paced and op process a lot of work ahead dan that steve rosenthal senior fellow at the urban brookings tax policy center thank you so much you're welcome tomorrow on morning edition free speech and hate speech this year far right provocateurs attempted to speak and rally at places like berkeley university florida and in doing so they made college campuses a testing ground for what's protected expression and what counts as hate speech when does the first amendment give way when should it that's the subject of a conversation tomorrow on morning edition listening listen by asking your smart speaker to play npr by now you better have your holiday shopping done maybe you did more of it online this year easy for you but that for your local mall brick.

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"university florida" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Dirty him up so he could do something bad sweet poured beer over started instead of now the other thing that i didn't know was lee harvey oswald was only twenty four years old he's a young kid he's 23 netting it was only a few weeks twenty four when he died we save you for life the ugh homelands carlos bartels car he was a tough marine and but he has a really solve side his figgy was doing was writing science fiction that you wrote a story called her way and do you have that book by any chance that lee road yet yeah we publish it's not night 'cause i love science fiction you see we have that in common too and actually my publisher has published it's called letters to the sideboard has my sciencefiction stories in it it in the back is lease science fiction story for wait we have it we've got it published them so proud of my publisher we're doing that gold letters to the cyborg original we worked for for trim i have it all at skopje worth a fortune may eleven 63 dr barry schurbon now i read the book called dr mary's makia i had him on and that was all about using monkey fires now you hear about this mk ultra mind control in all of this it isn't what it really is is monkey kidney monkey kid they and that's what they used murai was the mk of mk ultra and people laugh at you but that's exactly why it was going to have regrouped admires from mindcontrol and it was an acronym phd can you can be hit away it here today yeah you really that went out me from the nagla expecting we were working very hard people say how can you be like that remember i came from florida where i sell those tanks rumbling down the key wednesday sold missiles going down to key west i mean we were on the brink of everything in the bay of pigs i had been taught by lane anticastro friends okay how horrible kennedy was i admire kennedy what is high school but by the time we reach uh florida's university florida and all these friends were telling me and i gated do you know leave with the life how much i do and that's why he and other start i was in other secret i iis dated.

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"university florida" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on Championship Drive

"In place for the acc championship i don't think he buys going to go to go back to the arkansas state hurricane game and say that should costume sultan now i will say this there is some news about rescheduled football games florida state now has rescheduled their game with louisiana monroe and that was a game they weren't going to reschedule but now because of a season that has gone further south than anyone could have predicted now i want to reschedule again because of trying to become bowl ills record wants the practices he didn't care about the mode didn't care thing about it and and that's something that riot aerobic activity exactly right he added can clearly they need to practice right but so so that's above all the games that were murderers' row that's that's the most wanted and i have it it's it's some it doesn't surprise me they try to reschedule is just surprise me is this late in the year and that they're in this position i wonder and i meant to look this up and i just forgot your would monroe i guess monroe would not have gotten paid because the game was canceled so their motivation to go to get their paycheck right florida state's motivation is to get the ball practices uh and they may need that i mean it's it's very possible that that that would be their sixth victory it's uh it's amazing work this in the situation but that's where there aren't any chance monroe winced that game yeah well that wasn't that'd be it if data rescheduled a game for was december second so it's a championship saturday but i'll tell you this too and this is something it might not mean so much to jumbo but certainly means a lot to the university florida state hasn't missed balsas nights and eighty one.

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"university florida" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"He's improves self is miti guy that the media and that's part of it is well you with he likes it or not he is the face of this organisation is also a face of one of the stars in the national football league there's a when you gotta go about helm this stuff is involved in the community a public service doubts and it has never been on the wrong side of a news story may be a million people monitoring with the not a problem he's better than this and he knows it and it would hurts me is when i watch him about this komo cam to come on you don't need to do this this becomes a talking point for us we don't want to talk about this we want to talk about you plan we were talking about the carolina panthers witting that's what this things about it's not about you haven't bad press conference winning and losing noted that that drives your behold organization feels better after w and it of course you in a leadership position is quarterback you set the tone cult hit coach has go to press comes to answering questions part of the job description and you play to win the game by the way when this week it in the press prescott got a lot better always a pleasure thank you now jim mcilwaine and the question of exactly what does he talking about when the university florida had football coach talks of receiving death threats and then neither reports to law enforcement nor provides any details to his university first it's worth about a minute or so of our time here to see how this was handled by mcilwaine on monday at his press conference after saturday's lost to texas anm the second consecutive loss for the gators the drop them down to three and three.

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"university florida" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Overwhelming presence here i think allowed that although clearly never people were scare well it's pretty clear that breitbart day you not bliss and stephen bannon and david horowitz in and these right wing provocatus choose from berkeley for the obvious reason that is sort of a liberal bastion and of course they've costing university californiaberkeley an awful lot of money and you said the uc system michael universities public universities is strap tissue mention but on your campus norman goda professor of the caucus studies at the centre for jewish studies and pull ortiz the director of the semi a proxy propped up all history program also at university florida gainesville they have made the point that the reason why span said than american nazi chose you'll campus was simply because there are a number of of jewish and latino students so that seems to be proof not that we really need it that all of this what this is all about is provoking trouble publicity by insulting minority groups and being in their face and that's that's the imo and i don't know how how can we police this going forward in terms of of the first amendment sir i don't i mean i don't think force know that there is an answer to that question uh y y you out of the first amendment anti generally a very good thing uh one of a kind of the collateral damage to the first amendment is that uh we have to tolerate intolerance each of all their some certainly isn't that a provocateurs the button pusher uh white you as you can chefs have a large jewish population the well here on campus the jewish student organization has a larger countries uh alerts uh latin population latino population harris well obviously without for a uh so i guess i i think she disease university strategically ups he'd already shows omission can state filed a lawsuit a michigan state uh pennsylvania state university the largest uh public university more on that pennsylvania uh had denied him access so he might coupon state uh you know apiculture speaking tour uh and again i don't think they're very on service uh but a part of it is either giving knock it any of the satisfaction of disrupting normal activities that comes at huge cost but the law enforcement presence but up no i don't again i don't think there's more sharp fortunately on this case i really wish there or.

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"university florida" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on WCTC

"The bipartisan and lamar alexander's working on it very hard for marsa and if something can happen that's five but i won't do anything to enrich the insurance companies the president had initially signalled support for the deal trump has moved to end billions of dollars in federal subsidies to insurance companies under obamacare the subsidies were aimed in helping lower income people afford health insurance puerto rico governor ricardo rosset so is visiting the white house today some local officials in puerto rico have been critical of the government's response to hurricane maria which devastated that island territory the university of florida ease ramping up security before tonight speech by white nationalist richard spencer hundreds of florida state troopers providing security at the university florida as well as other county and gainesville a law enforcement officers governor rick scott has even declared a state of emergency ahead of the event because richard spencer speeches and other states have led to protest counterprotest violence and numerous arrests spencer was one of the organizers of the august rally in charlottesville virginia which ended with the death of a counter protester lisa carter nbc news radio the white house is disputing claims that president trump was disrespectful in a phone call to a grieving military widow this week trump allegedly told the pregnant woman her husband must have known what he signed up for the white house press secretary sarah sanders called that assertion of polling and disgusting today is the deadline for getting amazon second headquarters to your city bidding for.

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"university florida" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"university florida" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"Car and tell us about that well you when you say selling factory um what's what's the model there so the model of gray question so there's there are incubators accelerators a co working spaces all over the place there several in in gainesville even but what i found his that's very few if any of these facilities provide sales support marketing support training and really helping companies grow special may have a market reading products or service so uh that that was the inspiration behind me window to start to selling factory i was able to super cure a beautiful 5000 square foot facility right across the street from the university florida campus and has just one giant open room with beautiful tables and chairs and dry race boards everywhere and that was the selling environment that i wanted to create a really healthy startups and it entrepreneurs come in and be able to grow andi mean other than the facility what do you do amateur you mustn't give some coaching is absolutelyaccra guys over yesso what we do as we like to say we have a learning side of the house and we have a doing side of the house the learning side of the housei've written sales training curriculums i've written uh i have a sixweek sowing boot camp that we just launched that entrepreneurs and sales professionals and students can go through that ipacelle attain here we also holds of what we call selling blitz session of what that is in every but once every two weeks i invite in 10 to twelve startup ceos entrepreneurs and sales reps from a myriad of different companies to come in to the selling factory where we spend in our on a coach of particular sales topic they all stand up and talk about their companies and then for a two hour session and i put a countdown time round the huge of projection screen that i have in here i put it to our countdown cyber clock starts everybody who's in the room starts alba calling current former prospective clients of theirs for their for their respective businesses and then after that two hour session is over we all huddle around it we collaborate we talk about what works what did it word successes we had failures that we had and it really becomes an amazing collaborative experience so that's the that's the learning side of the housethe doing side of the house what we do.

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