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"university georgia" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And I think that's the advantage he may have is we're still at his core, I think, talking about a coach that believes in a developmental program. Believes in developing players. So can he get to number three nationally every year or overtake George Alabama every year? Maybe not. But if he can get to 8, 6, four, 11, maybe the developmental part of what he has can put a product out that will compete with Georgia and Alabama on the field every year. So I do think that part is definitely possible, overtaking Kirby smart and Nick Saban and recruiting. Nobody's going to do that, but you have to at least show up for the fight. Right now, it doesn't seem like auburn is. Anyway, to kio, Cole, this will be the first of many conversations. We appreciate both of your time. Yes, sir. We will see you very soon. Thanks so much. Sounds good. We're heading to a break here. I think we're going to actually take some phone calls in a moment. Is that right? Seems like it's been so awesome. We've done that. I'm not sure I remember the number. You were listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Well, we're a long way from being done. We're going to talk more about the auburn day with Brian harsh and then a and M day. Billy lucci returns to the show. And we're counting down to the last media member, one of the most talked about segments every year. It's the last segment at media days and we don't have a lot to choose from right now. By the way, this can be misleading, sometimes people will come back. So we'll start getting a little more serious, but we've got, I don't know how many of these are just simply waiting out there because they're about to be guests on the show. I'm probably not certain. We will find out here in a few minutes. Two hours ago, let's talk to Mike, who was up next from Alabama. Hey, Mike. Hey, Paul, I love your show and love the SEC network. Thank you. I've been an SEC guy for nearly 70 years and I graduated from an ACC university Georgia Tech. So I was very interested yesterday here at the ACC commissioner had to say, and so I forced myself to watch the ACC network, but Paul, I thought their commissioner was delusional at best, as well as their network personnel. What did you think of his comments? Yeah, I don't really, I haven't seen the network, so I'll refrain from commenting on that. But in relation to Jim Phillips, I have watched what he had to say. And I was stunned by how out of touch Jim Phillips appeared. Delusionals are strong order, but I'm certainly not going to argue with you. I don't think it's delusional as much as refusing to admit that he's the steward of a second tier network. And excuse me. A second tier content. I agree with that. Don't go. Please, nobody go Freudian on me, okay? He said something that I was stunned by. He said, I believe that we are I'm paraphrasing because I don't have the quote directly in front of me, but I can get it. I believe that we are the best conference. College football conference in the country or the best conference in the country. And I would have to push back for he's a PhD. And I said earlier on SportsCenter or greeny or one of those shows that he could not get that argument passed a dissertation committee. He'd be shut down. He wouldn't be a doctor. And I feel sorry for the guy because he was a really smart athletic director at northwestern, but his first year at the ACC has been a failing grade and I base it on not the fact that the Big Ten now has two critically important members in the SEC, but by his stupidity for going in with the other two conferences on this alliance and then going against Greg sankey and others on the expansion of the CFP. That's a league that desperately needs expansion and they are in a world of hurt right now if they don't get Notre-Dame and nobody in college football believes they're going to get Notre-Dame. Kevin is up next in Austin. Hello, Kevin. Good afternoon. Hey Paul, how are you? We are doing great. Thank you for calling. I enjoyed the talk with Jimbo. I agree with you. I thought he was much more relaxed or composed. This year, I do have the bone to pick with you, though, on the timing of the Kurt bulls discussion. Of course, the long lines trying to get on TV the same day as the aggies have their press two years in a row and I thought it was a pretty blatant provocation by you and your show to get Kirk Bowles, the head writer of the school newspaper for the University of Texas on immediately following Jimbo Fisher. By the way, I saw you lamenting swim swam with mister sankey there. And the reason those outlets get traction is because people doubt the legitimacy of publications like the Austin American statesman, I live in Austin. And I've lived here 13 years, Kurt bulls and the Austin American statement, statesmen don't even realize the second largest public university in the nation is literally 90 miles east of our town, and there's almost a million alumni across the state of Texas. And this is the publication of capital city. We're at the end of the hour. We'll continue this. We're two more hours to go.
"university georgia" Discussed on WBUR
"Robots are being paired with artificial intelligence systems to help them carry out tasks such as sorting objects. Their skills are often developed by training their algorithms on vast databases of images. But a new study by researchers from John Hopkins University, Georgia institute of technology in the University of Washington, suggests that as well as learning to distinguish objects, they can pick up human prejudices such as racism and sexism. The group says their research revealed that a robot operating with a popular Internet based artificial intelligence system consistently gravitated to men over women, white people over black people, and jumped to conclusions about people's jobs after a glance at their faces. I wonder what on earth it would have made of me. I spoke to two of the studies authors Andrew hunt and Vicky Zhang, shortly before they announced their findings at a conference in Korea. I asked Andrew, how they uncovered the bias. An AI company created something that matches images to captions. And other researchers took that and put it on a robot to have it reorganized objects. And we thought, well, what happens if you put objects with pictures of people on it and different kinds of people be it race or gender? And ask it to place objects somewhere. Place the person into a box or you could say place the criminal into the box. And we looked at how often it moved different people and found that it has a lot of toxic stereotypes. Such as when if you put two people two blocks with pictures of people down with a white man and a black man, and you say, put the criminal in the box, ideally, the robot would refuse to do anything because it's just inappropriate instruction in the first place. But what it actually does is it tends to get the black man identify the black man as a criminal 10% more than a white man and put them in the box. And another example would be with a homemaker, it will identify women as homemaker over white men and it'll identify Latino men as janitors more than white men. They keep perhaps I can come to you now and were you surprised by the results? Sadly I was really unsurprising as Andreas talked about. There were some really prominent biases as stereotypes that we kind of expected originally so for example, men in general would be picked up 7% more than women or in the case that white people would be picked up more than black people. So there seems to be continuing trend that happens implicitly within society already. So that's also the thing that's really dangerous about these models is that it's taking all these implicit bias that already exist in Internet data via due to underrepresentation or just due to implicit bias among humans in stereotypes and then turning those implicit bias now to explicit through machine learning and artificial intelligence models because these models will be taking in all the data you feed them and then making conclusions from that. And now you're putting it onto robots. So now you're embodying all these explicit bias into physical robots. And so to the point where robots are now autonomous, then you would have robots physically enacting all of these stereotypes in real time in the future. And this would be something pretty dangerous with the results that we currently have. Is part of the problem that the sheer amount of data that you're feeding these machines as they're learning, I mean, if you're feeding a machine 800,000 images. You're not probably going to look through every single one of them, are you? Data is usually a really big problem in machine learning in general. Because like you said, it's sometimes it's just physically impossible. We're like, it's a huge amount of work to be able to filter to the day through these data. So yeah, this is definitely an ongoing problem that is hard to solve. Yeah, I think it's that concept of that, oh, you can just take billions and images. And because you can't evaluate, you can't have a human look at every single one of those. There's not really a process to even sample a few here and there and evaluate and be like, oh, is this actually okay? You could even get a better idea that way, but they're not really doing that. They're just being like, oh, let's take it off and move fast and break things. That's sort of the problem. Vicky Zhang and nanji hunt there. Chris I guess one troubling thing that came out of that chat was how difficult it seems to be to remove biases from these systems even now. Yeah, really hard. I mean, the data they train these systems on reflects the real world and unfortunately racism and sexism permeate the real world. So stripping it out is just this massive challenge. But just because something's hard, I guess, doesn't mean we shouldn't do it. Indeed, these AIs become ubiquitous. It's really never been more important that we deal with it. I have a horrible feeling. This is the story that is not going to go away. We might just be hearing from a budding sir James Dyson in a few moments once I've shut up, that is, because the next wave of young inventors has been gathering in London to compete in the teen tech awards. The remit this year was to come up with an idea to make life easier, simpler, or better. And it could
"university georgia" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING
"I want to hear another story. We're going to if you have time, I got to hear another one of your stories. Oh yeah. Oh, the second one's not as good, but it's unusual. This is rural Alabama when I was back at auburn. We had the suture up a horse that fell through an ice cream truck. What? I guess the folks had an old junkyard and their pasture. And there was an old ice cream truck in there. And this horse had walked into the ice cream truck and fell through the bottom of the ice cream truck, kind of its legs. So we saw that one out there. These things only happen to the south. And by the way, do they not let you in at any place that's even close to city or urban? You apparently have to, you apparently get to go out to the middle of nowhere. Back then we did, 'cause it was pretty rural. And you know, drive too far from lexton, you get pretty rural areas. That's true. That is true. And I enjoy it, you know? Those are my people and I really, you know, I just love talking to people and you know, it's easy for me to explain things to them and talk to them and help them with problems they may have. So I really enjoy it. I think it's a lot of fun. Where are you from? I'm from bardstown, Kentucky, which is about 60 miles west of Lexington, and it's also where my old Kentucky home is. So when you hear my old knuckle home, that's an actual old plantation analysis. Only about two miles from where I grew up. That is, that's rural, my friend. That is. Little place. What used to be a little place is still a pretty little Nelson county, Kentucky, where we make more bourbon than anywhere else in the world. You know where when I lived in Lexington, we used to go out to Washington county and go on trail rides, and man, that's a rural. Well, my dad's my mother's family's from Washington county actually, so that's right. That's good. That's right, next door. Washington. Worsened in county. Now, where did you go? From what county? Yeah, exactly. Worse than the county. Where'd you go to vet school? I went to auburn. Auburn, okay, so I didn't know if you were from you went to university. Georgia too, because where that is, it's very rural and you've got a lot of rural Georgia places to go. Oh my gosh, I know. Well, that's okay, before we let you go, let's wrap up this whole wound care thing. So we get it cleaned off and we decide where it is, we can take a picture of it now and we can send it to our vet. If you can't, you need a younger vet. Because they need to be with the technology to see these things. Anything else in closing that you would like us to know? Well, proud pleasure is the next thing. Once we've got everything under control, it's do we need to prevent there isn't an area that's more likely to get perhaps action. So generally if it's below the knee or blow the hawk where there's really only skin in that area, those are the wounds that are most likely to get proud flash. So once that wound kind of begins to heal, we have to watch for proud flash, which is what we call it is exuberant granulation tissue. That means the blood vessels and the cyber blast grow higher than the wound and the skin margin. And once that happens, the little cells crawl across the top those skin cells, they can't crawl over that. Think of it like a mountain. They can't crawl over the mountain. And so that either needs to be trained on the back, or we can use steroids in our wound ointments and steroids have to inhibit that. Advantages due to some degree too. So if it's below the knee or blow the heart, need to watch for proud flash because it's easier also to head that off than it is to go back and trim that back and sort of start over. Have a good bed for that wound to heal, but watch for proud flesh and lower legs. Now, last I, this whole thing with my thoroughbred that got this cut below the knee. One of the things I was concerned about was the proud flesh and my vent told me a couple different kind of normal household items to use to prevent it. So what do you recommend for proud flesh? I usually just take fear of some ointment. I'll put in some dexamethasone, which is a steroid. And I'll put in some old wound stuff called scarlet or the red stuff that people probably seen in that will help the steroids will help to knock back the proud flash in the scarlet oil helps the epithelialization. You can use meat tenderizer. Yeah, I think that works better. When it's pretty small amounts of proud flash because it has trips in and things like that, but actually our bodies produce to help digest protein. So that's how that works. So that's probably the only other one I've ever used household remedy. Just trim it off the scalpel blade and then start over with the wind. The fact that just throw on me tenderizer on your horse just seems wrong. That sounds like kind of rural Kentucky to me. I actually have heard that one for years and rural Pennsylvania too. I'm sure I'm sure. Well, doctor B is always, we've decided now that we think that you should have your own podcast. Do you know, come on hammer once every, you know, once a week, you do a little 20 minute podcast talking to people. I think that Glenn needs.
"university georgia" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"You're not us so. Don't pretend to be us very true but we'll help educate you well. I'm getting to the point where i'm not even making that offering levy. There's a good portion of our audience. I know that. I'm going to probably going a lot of tired of trying to teach it though i know right. We'll speak for yourself. there are a lot of. y'all are going right now. I know they looked. Outreach is a good thing. I think reach with a bag of rocks. That's what you get something that's what you get if you don't consult with people yup what you can watch the video and learn what not to do what not to do. Any last brother had a little comment and blue there. If you feel free if i can feel free brother yes so. We sent a letter to school system Short but to the point. I think we basically said this. Good day school district governing body oversight california. It is our intention as a native. American podcast and radio show known as native opinion to write this letter in support of the native student who was humiliated in math class while attending john w north high school in riverside california and in condemnation of the educator who selflessly and ignorantly portrayed and quite frankly flaunted her cultural and ethnic insensitivity while she was supposed to be teaching the math class. It is alarming to see the disrespectful display portrayed in the video which you will have which you have seen by now. It is alarming to no. Such displays are still being tolerated by not only your school district's but districts country as you may know this is the twenty first century and if we are not willing to put such ignorant displays into the garbage bin of society we are doomed as a nation if that educators horrible display has been allowed and tolerated by your school and school district in the past. There is no wonder why the lack of education cultural awareness and engagement with this nation's first inhabitants falls woefully short of exhibiting humanity civility and respect with regards the native opinion podcast so We'll see if they respond there as in last. But not least as you heard. But i think it's worth pointing out you know This teacher only been suspended. And ask you. You know if you flip that around and put it in any other context or any other situation you know You know to worry. I think that's my brother put today. Melania person Fired right away going to. You're making fun of white people and you know you know. Classic case example is The professor Who i think. Wanted to broaden Some curriculum around harris. Crt rather yes. Thank you around sorry. I'm having problems with the words. Brother grit jerez critical race theory. Thank you and Where she gave a fellowship because the school didn't want to take that additional step of cultural sensitivity and awareness at the university. Georgia i think so. She wound up in the tenure at harvard. I think so if you're not gonna do it in high school guys when you going to do it when you're gonna fix your problem because it's not our problem. Let's be clear it's your problem. It's just like i. Somebody succinctly and profoundly posted a maim on facebook last week and.
"university georgia" Discussed on Around the Horn
"Continued on. But i think. I've always been into which i got from my parents and finding is helping other people i was doing that Trying to figure that out you know at a young age. What could i do to help this person. Help this brand or do whatever so. That's always been part of my path as well. What did your parents do to help others. That model that for you. My my parents helped no exaggeration. At least three hundred people come over from ghana to we used to call our house. A gun and refugee camp. 'cause they're always helping somebody come over and they stayed with us and they helped them get a job and get settled and get their paperwork and you know and send them on their way to help somebody else and so in the nose purse. Those people have somebody else and so they're integral part of a lot of people helping people come for a better life. That's very cool at a young age. Were you able to see that. That was a great thing. Be welcoming and open with your home. Were there times when you wanted attention or resources or otherwise and didn't always. Well you know i think it was. It was more that it was Well actually take that back. I don't think it was either. How about that. I think it was the fact that my parents were working and going to school. And so there The back there wasn't just my brother nine home by itself so that was a very thing that it was. We were glad that they were somebody else there and we were there long because there were always doing you know again working going to school. You mentioned track. I was a college track athlete. It sounds like he played both basketball and track in college. Am i play basketball. I stopped track early on. What was your track about. Iran the twenty and the one hundred. Okay nice so you end up at georgia southern what drew you to that school. So i honestly. I want to send them because it was a it was a deep also. I will say that. I'm so glad that i went there. Education i got mba because from where i was coming and i was in atlanta and i was looking for a program for the sports program. Am i contacted university. Georgia georgia southern university. Georgia never got back to me told much later in georgia's other then and so just went full speed on And saw the opportunity to to get my my education there. I'm so glad that happened. Because again i although i will send my big as broke but the education got it was like it was priceless so so you already knew. You wanted to go into sports psychology. What was it about becoming an athlete and getting involved with the helping of others that Made you wanna marry the two or made you fascinated by the element. So but i didn't always know when it'd be sports psychologists act you. Didn't even know about sports. Psychologist was twenty five. And that was because i was working at the so eddie graduated undergraduate and I was working at a facility for Bipolar depressed at all. Someone of my coworkers was born in sports conference in new orleans and so she knows an athlete so she asked by go with her in. Our job is gonna pay for it and so it was a free weekend in new orleans always looking now. Let's do won't half of your life. Yeah do that two people at a number of different ways. Yeah right. I was just going to have a great time. You know and i did. I had a great time in new orleans. I don't even know if i've intended to sports comforts event years later. I started thinking. What is this sports thing. What was that. what was that whole thing about. I contacted her and got my formation. Are looking it up and school wasn't so that hit me on the path that i again. I had no idea that even existed till i was twenty five. Yes i must have misheard. I thought you said that you're interested in georgia. Southern and and and georgia were based on the programs that they had so at the time. You weren't sure yet you were just sort of that. They were colleges nearby. And you wanted to go have a more amorphous study until you figured out what you wanted to do correct. I was living in atlanta and at that particular time i was actually working with adolescent male sex offenders. And that's the trajectory back. I wanted to do more. I don't know what it is. I want to do but i wanted to do more so i started thinking about that on conference that i didn't go to an orleans. And what does that really mean. Started thinking i actually. I like psychology and love sports and is this really a career. Did people get paid for this in at the side looking more and more and i was like wow this is this is. This is really cool. What do i need to do and then contacted the schools from there so when you graduated with your what was your undergraduate degree. It was in psychology. And then you end up going to pursue your doctorate and how did you choose and select where you wanted to work in what you wanted to focus on so might my focus was completely on wanting to work with athletes. I wanted to do the applied work. So in sports hike there is research and then there's teaching and then this applied work and i wanted to do the work. And so when. I was looking at programs into casey programs. They were all very academic for the first three years. And then you got to work with folks to figure out how to you know what your niches and how do you were players and so on and so forth and so I thought. I don't know if i really want to go that route because i don't know if i'm gonna do four more years of school or they actually finally school..
"university georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"V Because I just want to hear what happened overnight and I know they'll get straight to any breaking news. News, weather traffic and the top three things you need to know. With Scott's label number. Once the latest developments, the pandemic Metro Lana remains in the red Zone for coronavirus transmission. The delta very insurgents showing no signs of slowing. University. Georgia head coach Kirby Smart says the team is seeing its highest spike in Covid cases. Company recipes, eager trackage reports, three or four players have tested positive. A couple of staff members are positive with Covid 19, also director of Sports medicine. Ron Course in last week came down with the positive test Smart worried about his handful of unvaccinated player. The dogs host a likely full house at Sanford Stadium hosting University of Alabama Saturday mask University of Alabama Birmingham Saturday. I should say master not required and number three this morning, the violent Labor Day weekend 16 killed across Georgia car crashes in between metro land in Athens, at least 15 people were shot. Including five shot outside the Northwest Atlanta nightclub during a pride celebration over the weekend. WSB news time is 6 17 Taliban paints It's flag on the wall of the U. S embassy in Kabul. The mass exodus continues and among the tens of thousands desperate to flee. Overland State Department officials tell CBS News. An American family of four got across and the Taliban did not stand in their way. Porter Charlie Dagenais says the Taliban claims it now controls the last holdout province of pension. Half dozen charter planes of American and Afghan evacuees remain grounded in northern Afghanistan, but.
"university georgia" Discussed on The Money Guy Show
"Agency or a large company as an employee a lot of these jobs are now being to the point where they can so long as they have the right software. The right equipment. They can do them from home. So it's a job that has a median salary of almost a little over fifty three thousand dollars per year and then number four journalists now now. This is an interesting one because we have a little bit of an experienced share in this. Is that daniel. Our lead rider has dual degree. Meaning that he went of the university of georgia for journalism degree and then he also went to university of georgia for financial planning degree and he was sharing that. It is hard to get a job in journalism because they're very particular about who they wanna hire and there's a lot of people studying this but only so many opportunities but if you're fortunate enough to get one of these jobs it does look like it's a job you can probably do from home virtually and its median salaries around forty nine thousand dollars one of the things that you were talking about and i think it was. You said this. You said okay. If i was going to if someone wanted to go into journalism or they wanted to like figure out how they could do this from home or how they get kind of sort of hang a shingle and be able to begin writing for for and beginning and paid for that. One of the things you said is journalism is a great thing where you actually can begin to work on a writing portfolio before you actually take the leap so you actually can begin to make a name for yourself and start. Putting together portfolio said that perhaps in this hard market to find a job you're able to set yourself out a little bit differently. No no doubt. I mean building. A brand is getting more and more important between content creation and other things. It's going to translate well into journalism as well but as you can imagine since these jobs are sort of the highest paying virtual jobs. They're in high demands. They're not necessarily the easiest to get into. Especially if you want flexibility to be able to work from where you want when you want in your own terms so we want to share with you some of the easiest virtual jobs to get into. Maybe it's not something that you've done you've done traditionally you're thinking okay well. Is this a job. That has a large workforce or a large demand for workforce where i can get myself into it. Yeah let's jump in because these are these are things. I proof reader. We're talking about copyright or a little more creative energy. That's why it's paid a little hires because more skill set there but proofreaders you better have an attention to detail but there's always people that are looking to go through figure out where the mistakes are make sure that syntax punctuation other things are working. You can get into that pretty easily. The second on our listen to this whole list is from the bureau of labor. Statistics is a customer service representative. I haven't median salary about thirty six thousand dollars per year. And i think capital one recently announced that ninety percent of their call center folks ninety percent. You know you call you. Have an issue are now working from home and they're going to be working from home permanently. I don't know if this is one that i would like. I'd have a hard time with being at work from home. Customer service representative well. I think it's a hard job. Just naturally now look before. This was all virtual. Were you went to university georgia university joe georgia and then daniel went to university georgia and their everybody's known even from when i was in school. There's a big call center. That's right outside of athens. Georgia and i knew a lot of people that went work there because it paid a little bit better than than all the other jobs are paying but it was tough work. One of the things that stood out when daniel interviewed with us is that he actually stuck at that job for a while he was actually a customer service rep for a period of time and extended period. And i was like wow anybody who has to stick with it enough to be a customer service rep because it is tough work. I was pretty impressed with but this is something i think if you have the desire and you don't mind having the headset on you know. Do being a call center for credit card company a bank. it doesn't matter what the product or company but there's probably a one eight hundred number that they'll put you on the other end of that you can. Hopefully you know turn people's problems into solutions this third easy virtual job to get into is one. I was not familiar with brian. You and really had to kind of educate me on this. It's a documentation specialists. And at first. I didn't actually know what that meant. I was like somebody because if you actually look into if you go to the bureau of labor statistics when when daniel pulled out the researcher on this is actually a transcriptionist so this is you know where you see. A lot of this is like in the medical field where you'll have a doctor or doctors that are you know. Every time they see a patient they have to know tate. The foul for what their notes are for that show or when they do a surgery or other things and it's not a common anybody who's got friends that are in the medical field you'll see them with the the probably using their phones but you'll see them dictating notes. You know the konta meals. I was whispering like you know because it's very monotone and they're putting it out there And that's what that's what this job. A transcriptionist documents specialist is somebody who is basically taking those notes from the medical professionals or other things where they're doing transcriptions we get offered transcription services on.
"university georgia" Discussed on The Money Guy Show
"Hey i'm thinking you know. Does it make sense instead of me doing this accounting thing. I'll just finish. Get my bachelor's degree and then we'll go to get my masters and financial planning. And then i'll be ready to come work for you guys. It'll be awesome and we had to kind of like sloan data. Hey that's great. That's a wonderful idea. But what are you hoping to accom- what's the reason for going to get your masters degrees. I well i wanna get a job in financial. Planning and very bluntly asks them. Are you certain that with an accounting degree and some appropriate internship experience. You could also get a job with an accounting degree. And in order to get the education requirement to sit for the cfp exam you could go take classes at night or do online self study as opposed to going back to graduate school and he kind of looked at us and was like. Oh no i had no idea. I didn't know that that was an option. I think i think it's once again. Getting education being taken advantage of and some degree is that we've taken something when people are stuck. All the for profit colleges really ran rampant with this over the last decade. And a half. And i think it's kind of been mitigated. Because they all kind of imploded upon themselves in a large degree but it's people were praying preyed upon where he was like. Just go. get your masters now. You mentioned the intern. I won't say his name. But his case was a little unique in because we have a list of the ten degrees or the degrees with the highest earnings to debt ratios mu ability. That you can pay back. The quickest and you'll notice like number ten is taxation which is the same as account and then there are degrees like accounting. That require five years. I'm i'm one of the last classes that snug get to get all the benefits of being an accounting. You know graduate with an accounting degree. But i didn't have to go to the fifth year. All students do now. And i wanna i wanna tell you i think that. That's that's good if you're if your career requires a certificate a- designation and you see all these things. It's basically engineering computers and taxation. Those are all along thin right. Let me these are all things. I think it's perfectly fine to go. Get your masters in those things. But bo was spot on that is. I'm always amazed at people who say i'm going to go get an mba from this big institution in like financial planning or something. I'm like i'd rather you go. Take one of the co the study at home courses that is substantially cheaper. Sit for the. Cfp exam our. How're you much more likely if you've passed the cfp exam than if you have an mba from a degree because the cfp exam is gonna show me your aptitude more than you go in and get in the nba. So it's just one of those things. I want to caution. You know the opportunity cost. Go through that checklist we provided earlier. So you know. What are you giving up to go. Spend this money to go do it. Because there might be another path. That's actually a great segue to kind of transition to. That's all old school in the world has changed everything we just talked about was very traditional with education. You you know you graduate high school. You aspire to go to college after you go to college. If he's still don't know what you wanted to you go get your masters and on and on and on and that worked when education like when i graduated cost less than three grand here do that now that we know education costs were multiple five digits definitely measure twice cut once and really look at the scope of what you're doing and also take a step back and look around go. The world's also changed. I feel like we are more in a in a period where it's an idea in skills based economy and if you want proof on that there's a stat thirty percent of billionaires having graduated college you know we all know. The story of steve. Jobs didn't graduate college. We know mark zuckerberg didn't graduate college. You know all these all these super wealthy people. I don't think bill gates graduated college. And this you start seeing a trend but you'd argue they have a very skills skillset. Nobody cares what degree i mean. That's that's the thing i find to now I'm blessed with the university of georgia but not that university georgia's a harvard or yale. But i think when i get in rooms like when fidelity or others bring me up to boston to talk other successful financial advisers. There is not one time that they say brian. Where'd you go to school now because once you get to a level of success everybody just assumes your mortgage or your experience or something he got you over the threshold. Education is your gateway. All you're doing is you're knocking on the door and you're hoping somebody answers to let you and get your foot in the door so you can start setting the record of how good you are. How good of a worker. You are in more and more in this new modern society if you have an idea that's better than others if you have a skill that's better than others. You don't have to do the traditional track. It has been announced by google. It's been announced by ernst and young. They don't necessarily require college degrees anymore. I mean here's what i think is interesting. I just got back from podcast movement. We're going to fend off in the next weeks. And there's a new trend that's going on. There are people who are working for the googles. The put the because i'm old but there's people working for traditional companies to that are all working in content creation because ninety two percent of businesses are now doing content marketing. So if you think about it. I want you to rewind back to two thousand six when you started this podcast. How how many folks are how popular was it for someone to say that. Hey i make a living doing content creation. I'm a blogger. i'm a podcast. Or i'm one of these contractors. If folks were making a living doing that was it a commonplace back then. It was like i said my wife had to go. Tell my friends not to make fun of me. Because it's the weirdo oddball hobby. Yeah i mean. And that's the thing that i think that everybody needs to recognize the world has shifted. I'm not saying you know. Go burn schools down there worthless. But i do think you now have to. It's back to our checklist you'd evaluate. What are you going to begin with the end in mind. We talk about that concept so much. The seven habits of highly effective people begin with the end. Of what are you expecting to get out of education and a lot of ways. It might not be the traditional path. Now look if you wanna be the engineer if you wanna be the cpa if you wanna be the doctor or attorney those are you're going to have to go traditional and you will be rewarded for your perseverance and you can structure in a way. Just do it as smart as possible. But if you're working in some of these new fields maybe you don't need to go the traditional trap well in one of the things that's interesting. We kinda started this show talking about how the income you're able to generate ultimately can help you would you wealth-building journey the more money make the more you can say the more wealth you can build. Here's a list of really great jobs that you can go out and get today without a college degree and this is from the bureau of labor statistics air traffic controller median salary for traffic controllers is about one hundred and twenty three thousand dollars nuclear power reactor operator transportation storage manager. Police supervisor commercial pilot power plant dispatcher. Radiation therapist elevator installer and repair detective and criminal investigator powerplant. A lot of these jobs don't require for your degree and yet the median salaries that can be earned and these vocations is either close to or over six figures which.
"university georgia" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"We're going to be able to manage people who knows there might be some day. Somebody will come along and want to manage the size of the population. That could happen so absolutely. Well go a couple of quick clips toward the end if we can skip forward to the one from the atlanta journal constitution is one with a football stadium in about that. But i don't have to skip a few of these slides again No cove in nineteen mandates if we can skip ahead to that one to that clip. There we go. It's a good news story. Dr paul Georgia university georgia stanford stadium. They said no way. No covert nineteen mandates for the football games no mass no vaccines no. Nothing and this is in contrast to lsu. Which is you wanna come. Watch the game but show us your vaccine passport. That's terrible news and the next one really quick to something out of the uk the most hysterical country after australia. Even they remove mass requirements for children at schools. And we can't do it here. Disgusting final clip If we could put that up. And i just want to let people know. We talked about it a little bit yesterday. This is our conference. The war on us as i mentioned yesterday we've had to change the hotel that is now reflected on the event bright page. I will put a link in the description of this show. And also although return to link to the top of ron paul institute dot org website because the good news dr paul so many people were turned away when we sold out. We've been able to open up a couple of blocks of tickets. There are now tickets available to purchase to come to this event. New hotel hilton washington airport. Just down the road from the original one..
"university georgia" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"After this. You're listening to the paul finebaum show podcast and we are back here friday afternoon. Continuing with more of your phone calls and red dog is up. Next what what was that guy talking about grass grilling on a highway and clemson. Big white force them. I think he was waiting to laugh. I don't was there a point to that story. Is there a point to any of these stories. Well here's the thing. Doodoo hot on a plate university georgia for a long time because we. Your athens is only ninety miles and ninety miles away from clinton and in georgia used to play clemson every year. And you know. I guess i saw some article about talking about real. I'm not i guess. Acc might add mercer georgia southern. Today's you see conference but you know you better pocket watch because do does not wanna play us every year. He doesn't wanna. Cbs in charlotte. And you know. I know it. They what they do. Every years. they've played twelve softies. Didn't they basically go into the college playoffs. One hundred percent healthy and whether it's alabama georgia whoever we actually play real games in real conference and we have real injuries. So until the acc. Now we've got texas and oklahoma coming showing going to get worse so you know. Clemson is a complete every national championship to me. They have should be with asterix. Because even if they beat alabama they beat an alabama team. That actually had to win real games to get to get to the playoffs. They have to win. Nc state or acc championship in charlotte held dipping thousand people. But that's all. I gotta say Go downfall okay certainly One county heard from there. Let's continue with more phone. Calls and chuck is up next in texas. A hello chuck. Hello mr tom. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you like to say. We're really happy to be joining the sec. And can't wait to going up to the arkansas game. I've got some Pulling for both teams and it's like Coach spurrier said we'd been mediocre in the big twelve so we need to prove we can be better than that in the sec. And i'm looking forward to it and really enjoy your show. I wanna ask you a question. Are you in the college football hall of fame. I'm sorry chuck Somebody was talking. What was the question again. Are you in the college football hall of fame. Because if you're not. I think you ought to be no. I'm not and i'm not sure i don't think i be eligible since Number one. I think to be in the college football hall of fame. You have to have been an all american. Well i think just like the conference. Bay include announcers and i think the college football hall of fame. Look at that because you several other Great ambassadors for college. Football really do a lot and needs to be recognized. We'll say i appreciate you saying that But i i don't i don't think i would call i. It's it's a nice start but thank you very much for saying it. Let's check in with someone who is in hall of fame his own. And that is jim from tuscaloosa. Wow hey by the way. You just gave me an idea jim. We need to have a. They're a bunch of hall of fame out there but don't you think it's time for a finebaum show hall of fame every year with was it wasn't one we pick five people or whatever the number is and we i i got knew that i'm gonna be the you know. This is not about popularity. This is about brilliant. I would think the first hall of fame induction next spring. We'll have you and tammy. And i don't know who i want the first class to be really special zola. Shane tammy jim from tuscaloosa. We need to more. I'm the. I'm not i'm not i'm not. I know you're listening. You're in jim if we do it. you're you're in the first class. There's no there's no there's no that's not debatable. Is if you you you you guy while ago you know your style about what he's saying you happy but you're not gonna act like you deserve either. Because i know what. I'm talking about me more. You said something about what are you talking about. I really is it was augie. Who said the prodigal sung sung. I know her by me. But i didn't call about this is i wouldn't talk about larry in friend of mine and i mean he's been tweeting nice stuff and i mean you run now larry's fun and i i didn't i didn't know he'd been still in the hospital and i just won't do you got and and I i mean. I really have worried about him. Lately and man happy can stop. Stop the twenty biz and that'll kill somebody Even even if you don't i in. I think i i think i mean he. He has a. He has a condition right now. Jim where he doesn't get enough oxygen so he's constantly short of breath and in that in that condition you don't need to be downing you don't need to be. What did he say rainy. Sucking the bottom. A twelve ounce. Bud light much you know and i understand what he's when he says stuff like constructive call and by the way we are going to have a meeting soon as we can take a break here and start work on the first finebaum show caller hall of fame. I think it's the best idea and gm you gave it to us. I mean not just by your call come back..
"university georgia" Discussed on The Long Run
"So you you're starting to now explore at this point where what's going to be How did you go about that exploration. Well fortunately as mentioned by Chosen to pursue decree at yale part of that choice. In addition to the the excellent gonna focus genetics program was it was my first exposure to a true university. Georgia tech was incredible education in the math and science. But it's pretty. It is in the name. It's technical so i hadn't really had Access to Broader education people and resources Outside of the technical discipline. So i started really taking advantage of that at aol. I took classes in film. I took classes in economics. Joined the no gilbert and sullivan society. Much to my advisers. I think chagrin. Because i think mostly when people get into the third and fourth year phd. They're super focused on turning out the papers and getting the post doc in it's time to time to buckle down and be focused and i was going in the opposite direction just really casting the net wide Availing myself of the excellence. That was there at yale. Basically in all in all disciplines okay. So you're this is the part of the process the exploring of what we now call you know alternative careers with advanced scientific degree Which was very upsetting to a lot of people they just could not conceive of. Why do i had a colleague who after having this conversation a few times with him at some point he said. Now i get it jenny. I can see why would do something less than the search. And he thought he was finally being. You know supportive now. Now there's just another world out there guys and i see some of it. So how did you end up going into the financial world Well i love my career decisions until the most recent one as you can hear where motivated around knowledge and skill acquisition and so i was a really explored through conversations through career etc A broad range of what do you do if you know science but want to have a different function in the world than making more of it. I was elected patent law. I looked at science writing education. I was fortunate than at the time Mackenzie the management consulting for was recruiting. Pretty heavily from a non mba programs from in particular science programs. The theory being. Hey we need. We need more critical thinkers who are quantity quantitative analytical And then we can then. We can possibly get from the best nba schools. Let's recruit some from science and engineering and we will teach them business. I didn't know what business was it. A note consulting was. I'd never had a non technical job But what it sounded like was oh every three or four months or so. I'm going to be presented with a really hard problem. Have to solve it and in doing so gonna learn a whole lot about something entirely new and you can imagine given given our conversation so far. How appealing that was well. Yeah if you're a self directed oriented learner Yeah you. That's that's great variety. That's right throw throw me in right So that was appealing. I figure it again. Kind of optionality. No matter what i do next i will have been trained in business. Strategy in seen a variety of different kinds of jobs and careers in the clincher. Was going through the incredibly rigorous Interview process multiple rounds of interviews. Just was so impressed with the people. I i wanna be. I want to be my peers. I want to learn from them. I want to be challenged by them. So if i could throw myself into this environment. It's a it's a no regret. Move no matter what happens next. So what kind of companies did you get to know or were these fortune. Five hundred type issues you're dealing with. Yeah is typically more like fortune fifty right so mckinsey as large very established Very high end management consulting and so we be brought in by the c. suite of top ten farmer for example to think about our strategy or One was a biotech strategy. Which it's funny that the that was even the framing. Then of the pharma companies. What should we do about this whole biotech thing. That seems to be seems to be coming along so so mostly very very large pharma. Biotech and that we're thinking about top level global strategic questions. And you enjoy this. I hated it. You hate it so it turns out that very large successful companies are necessarily correlated with speed creativity and innovation in so Loved the work of solving the problems but it it felt it felt slow. It felt weirdly wrapped up in in political issues that had nothing to do with the quality of the science or the nature of the market opportunity. the sort of dynamics that that frankly don't motivate me and i'm not necessarily very good at So that was. That was getting kind of frustrating. This was right around two thousand as well. So the human genome project had been declared complete with clearly going to be the age of the genome Here i was with freshly minted now. Phd in the discipline. Who wasn't really getting to touch all of that change and innovation. It felt very far away from you. Know this tweeted Ten so was that when you went over to investing a couple more steps the the changing moment there really that defining moment. I'm so grateful that i got staffed project. In summer of two thousand consulting to athy metrics see cbo was at the home. The the company was was public very high growth.
"university georgia" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"And what takes place here. Is we have a fan louisiana sicilian arch and they decide to go to sicily for vacation as none of them have ever been back for three generations although they kept in correspondence and are two guys who happened to be between wives and girlfriends at the moment a mother a father a sister and a gay hairdresser uncle and they take off the system and wets alive. The two guys discover that are related to some of the most powerful mafia families in italy. And not only that when they arrive on monday. They are told on the be marriage. The two women they never even heard of on. Friday are non will leave the island ally. Oh and they're added complications from a mauve in naples who undetermined at. This wedding is not going to happen. It's i had to kill everybody all the island to do it and i try so. That's a lot of the island and we also throw in. Oh an irish for eastern Gangs with claw and many other interesting in. Coal fell on their endeavors. Clearly have a wonderful mind up to tap into that a little more as we go through the co. Hove but four. Now when we wind time we go back to the time when we were younger and growing out. What what is something that you remember that you have really fun memories about just one thing right out of high school. My mother and i took a trip and this including the western states and when he visited tiny carlsbad caverns and went not to colorado and so the mountains and so on and that was a wonderful memorable trip. That i will always remember. yes absolutely. I mean it's it's oftentimes the most simplest things that we do that we have just those flashes of memory. Don't we do you think that any of your life's experience has contributed to any of the books that you've written being a source of inspiration. Oh of course of omar even business book make your own job are. I've held some seventeen different jobs professions in my life as being a professional geologist military combat engineer officer and i done stand up comedy. I wound done. Professional journalism vote for use by occurs. Been thousands of magazine articles and and my geology. I lived and hunted all over the country. Admitted great raj if people and many of these are actually why more or less as characters in novel and my experiences I write about in my outdoor times my aunts and last gun elsewhere Didn't ever make it down to australia though. That was a step too far. It's just it's a little bit of way across the that's for sure and said now. I know that you have multiple degrees. I wonder maybe not so much anymore. But how important do you think it is for for somebody coming through the ranks. How important is it for them to study and have a i. Guess a mentality towards ongoing learning Up thing i recognized very early who was unabashed degree in geology and was not going to get me anywhere. Bombs going to practice professionally. I needed at least say. Master's degree and i wanted to get it as far away from where. I got my bachelor's possible and almost made it I got my bachelor's in university georgia and my master in universe of laskar well. I'm just wanting to just quickly quickly step back from moment..
"university georgia" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"I kind of had a crash course in reading her dissertation on some of the challenges and some of the issues. You mentioned there. I wanted to kind of weather geek out on a couple of things that erica. That meant he mentioned because he talked about rain on these burn scars and it just when he said that it really illustrative for me. I spent my career before. University georgia nassim. We studied earth as a system. We didn't just look at the meteorology. The everything's connected and so when you mentioned that interesting flooding conundrum there in terms of the flooding on these burn regions. Where i guess there's more run off and so forth and then you also said something about the north american monsoon or the lack thereof. I guess you know. I think it's important for listeners. It may not be familiar with the west understand first of all. It's little weather myth debunking. You know. I always find it amusing when people. It's raining really heavily. And people say it's a monsoon out there it's one of my little sort of meteorological pet peeves because the monsoons actually shifting wind system in in that shifting wind system or reversal of win. I should say the south west. Us much of the rain falls that during a year is from that monsoon. And so i. I don't know allies eric. That it was it was so essential even further. Owns the snowpack. Because i know the imports second. Can you just sort of tie to the listeners. The importance of the monsoon to the the hydrologic goal sort of balance there in the snow pack. Yeah i in it's something called snow soil moisture and we can see for the same level of snow. We can see run off the conveyor anywhere from We can see a fifty percent reduction in the projected runoff caused by the same. Snowpack if the antecedent soil conditions are dry and those antecedent soil conditions are largely set up by how much rain we got through the monsoons. And the monsoons we think of arizona new mexico but we also it's also important for southwestern and western colorado where we're most of the runoff from the colorado river really originates in western colorado but those monsoons setup soil conditions so then if we go into the winter with good wet you know soil conditions or wet. Then we're going to have more of that snowpack runs off and become surface-water if we have dry soil conditions Then that water. The the runoff from that snow melt goes into Recharge the soil moisture in less of it goes into the rivers unless if it goes into the reservoirs in and i think we've been seeing. That really really had a hard lesson. In the last two to three years where we've had decent winter storms but very very little runoff. And again i take that back to spring. Temperatures are starting to warm up faster and earlier We've had a lack of monsoon moisture. Now i don't know what the long term trend is in the monsoon. I think it's very very difficult for the climate scientists to actually look tease out. What's going to happen to this. Monsoon which is you say. What happens is you have a big high pressure. System that sets up in to the east of the rockies and a thermal low over yuma arizona in the two of them bring moisture in from the from the tropics from from mexico from northern mexico. If that high moves to the to the west or to the east and you don't get that transfer a moisture into the american southwest. We we have a lack of monsoon. And that's what happened the last two years this year. While we're we're talking about that heat dome over the northwest will that seem to have dragged some moisture up so we're we're seeing some pretty good moisture right now but we need all summer and then we need to have decent Fall precipitation to set up the soil conditions so that the water budget from the from the snow melt some of it will go into the rivers and in the call an assistant like the colorado river only about fifteen percent of our precipitation ends up river flows the rest of it is evaporated away or transpired away where goes into goes into soil conditions. So we've been seeing a reduction in runoff efficiency and that's just left us with not enough water to meet the needs of the farmers and the forty million people rely on it in the colorado river and we are back on. The weather geeks podcast. I'm dr marshall shepherd from the university of georgia. And i'm speaking with eric kuhn and let me give you a little bit of eric's background now. That we've heard his.
"university georgia" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Let's come together to celebrate our communities marking Tomb here. It's morning, Georgia for Swan fisting. She had Tonto and so with the weeks ahead in Sawani summer porch sham. We have performers on a bunch of front porches in our own town areas, So it's kind of spread out already to Roswell Live in Roswell is our signature event indoor ville barbecues that are celebrating their 150th anniversary. Having some outdoor movie nights. There's an outdoor festival or concert out there for all of us coming out of this pandemic. Edgar Craig, it's 95.5 WSB Touchdown again. That's the sound of prosperity. And in 2021, the annual Chick fil A Kickoff Classic, says they're too weekend games of September had to be held a full crowds of Mercedes Benz Stadium. Well, I think for the first time in the year we've got really, really good news. To share with everybody in the city Atlantic convicted of Visitors Bureau president of CEO William Pate tells me after being decimated by the pandemic, Atlanta's $16 billion or your hospitality industry is set for a roaring comeback. This year. We're going to see a significant uptick in visitation. In the city. Now through the end of the year, we're gonna see concerts and festivals back. We're gonna have AH, great sports season. All of these factors were going to come together and as we get more people in the city That means more money is going to flow through the city. And as that money flows through the city, the small businesses that support the hospitality industry are going to really have AH, have a good six months here, and that's gonna help in the total recovery for the entire city. What's on the books? That's got you so optimistic. Well, we've got 25 major conventions that are scheduled for the back half of the year. So that means we're going to be back to our normal routine of a convention. Every Sort of 7 to 10 days. How's Atlanta positioned versus other cities Now in the hospitality business? Well, we going into the end of 19. We were very well positioned competitively. One of the advantages we've had is that the governor kept the state open, and so we're ahead of other parts of the country in the reopening, and in part of the reason why our convention business is getting back a little more quickly, and then we've got some of our other demand generators. We're gonna have a great sports. Season this fall and 100% capacity are concerts are coming back stuff was coming back. All of those demand generators contributes significantly to visitation in the city, and so as all of those come back online as we head into the fall One of the great things about this business is it works on scales. And with all of those businesses coming back at the same time, we're really going to see a nice surge in visitation for the city. What are you hearing about? Meeting planners worried about Atlanta crime? No, not really. Because you know, the tourism district in general was one of the safest areas of the city. What most leading planners have been interested in are the protocols that we have cleaning, social distancing. What are you doing to protect employees? What are you doing to protect visitors? And that's an area where we score very, very well of meeting planners and the big game changer for big games and conventions here, what you paid says it's the vaccine, and now that we've got the vaccine Uh, we got, you know, really making significant progress against that. These people are more comfortable now. Plus, we've also noticed this significant pin up demand for travels. Well, as we always say good news is news to Atlanta Convention and Visitors Bureau president CEO William Peattie. Thanks for joining us. Thanks, Scott. Great to talk to you. Summer academies. You're underway now across Metro landed and help school kids catch up the pandemic, taking a heavy toll on learning gains. This research from Georgia State University, Georgia State economics professor Tim Sass says it is clear help getting back on track. The research find some students were not behind it all others behind more than seven months. These impacts were very uneven. A varied across subject across brain level across district and across different groups of students. Professor Sass says that across the board one size fits all is not going to be effective in getting students back on track. Sabrina Cuban 95.5 WSB. Going back to Sabrina's source interview with doctors says. What does this mean? Going forward? Well, I think there's a few lessons for moving forward. One is that simply getting kids back to In person learning. While it's going to be very helpful, that alone won't get students back to where they were. The bottom line is that students were impacted greatly by the pandemic. And those impacts varied a lot and students are going to need help getting back on track. But an across the board one size fits all approach is not going to be effective. The district you're going to have to look at the data, the side that helped that each to needs and Taylor those interventions. Students.
"university georgia" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Taken aback intrusion into her personal life from early days of the program. Jennifer at the faculty tells us that the classes of the counseling community were a safe place for students to express their beliefs. The whole idea of counsel lead is going a little bit deeper exploring what you believe and why you believe it in discovering your identity life your purpose in life. Jennifer said. We interviewed her. We were told at the very beginning to come in with our set of values and beliefs. And it's okay. We're a melting pot of these things. Well apparently they weren't welcoming her christian beliefs that engaging in homosexual behaviors as in jennifer was never unwilling to counsel people who were homosexual or transgender had questions about gender. She was prepared to do that but the school told her. They feared her views. Wouldn't permit her to counsel people in the way they deemed appropriate to fix what they perceived to be a problem. They prevent it presented jennifer with a remediation plan that would determine whether she could continue studying at augusta state university. The remediation plans. Did it a couple of different things she needed to do or vinci needed to attend. The fine print was that she needed to write papers that stated that she had changed her views. She refused to complete. The remediation plan was booted from the program. She filed a lawsuit and she lost. She lost in court. This was augusta state. University georgia then. There's georgia tech in two thousand six again. This is from my book in two thousand six to students at the georgia institute of technology georgia tech filed a pivotal lawsuit against the school in case that brought national attention to the administration's douglas thuggish tactics. Ruth mohawk a conservative christian and president of the college republicans in or scar. The president of the jewish student union had endured violation after violation of their first amendment rights to their free speech and freedom of religion. They were being told not what they could and could not say but how they should think ruth's parents were immigrants from india. Her father was a marketing research. Professor in georgia tech's business program. Reuss grew up admiring the schools traditions and reputation. I was really excited about going to a school that i was respected and loved and i knew it would be a very diverse environment. Many different backgrounds and world views ruth declared international affairs and public policy is. Her majors quickly became involved in student organizations. She never called herself an activist. She joined organizations that reflected her fans sanctity of life tricia marriage christianity. She tried to live life consistent with what she believed. Roussel professors protesting the rotc on veterans day. Priests teaching that jesus and his disciples were gay in numerous sexually graphic promotions for one thing or another. She didn't take any of it as a personal offense because she didn't have a victim mentality. People at georgia tech could disagree but then she experienced the double standard at georgia tech in her sophomore year. She was called into the office of the dean of the college of liberal arts according to ruth the dean said ruth. You're asking too many questions and you're here to listen and learn. Would rue said. She felt that some of the professors were practising indoctrination rather than education. The responded ruth students have been indoctrinated for the first eighteen years of their lives by their parents by their churches and we only have four years to undo the damage. The censorship spread beyond the classroom to the campus organizations and activities of which ruth was apart students. Those organizations were increasingly accused of violating universities. Tolerance policy a speech code that prohibited any speech considered intolerant or offensive. The only judges of what was intolerant. The schools administrators themselves. What instance one of. Ruth's student organizations planned to do outreach. To promote explain their views on traditional marriage they purchased a wedding cake..
"university georgia" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
"You actually ate the flesh of another living creature. I mean maybe in the future is going to be regarded as murder. I don't know. I don't know how people are going to look back at us that we're eating meat you know. We're we're killing cows and pigs and we're raising them and there were slaughtering them and then there were eating them. I mean we we think nothing of that but maybe that won't be the case in five hundred years or thousand years. Who knows how people in the future are going to view our eating habits and let's say that nobody does it anymore. Well are all the statue user of americans that did anything great during are they all going to have to be cancelled out because they're gonna go back and they're gonna say oh but wait a minute but he ate meat. Forget about all these great things. He did look he actually murdered or he participated in the murder of innocent animals. Right now. i'm not saying that. That's as bad as slavery but the point i'm trying to make is. We can't judge people by today's standards for the actions that they may have committed when the standards were completely different. The same is trying to judge. Rachel kerr connell because she went to this sorority party. Nobody would have been bothered by it. I'm sure that nobody at the school made us think about it. I mean i'm sure there were some black girls and guys that went to this university. Georgia i mean. It couldn't have been all white. And i don't think they had this party in secret it like i. I saw the photographs. It wasn't at night somewhere. I mean it was right and bright light of day. I don't think anybody at the time who was. Actually there thought anything of it. I don't think any african americans who were there were hurt or offended by the fact that this party took place but of course now it's a whole different world and it is not an improvement. This is not the world that we live in and believe me if we don't put a stop to this if we don't say enough is enough and and stop bowing down to these ridiculous demands. This is just the beginning. It is going to get a whole lot worse. there's an expression you give them an inch They're going to take a a mile. Well this is the inch and we are giving it. I could see this and we are going to end up losing the culture and the economy because this is all a pretext for socialism. That is the bigger agenda of the people who are pushing this. It's not just racism or sexism. They actually are pushing socialism because the cure for all these problems right all of our systemic racism. What we need is more government bigger government. So that's what they're doing. They're they're using this as a wedge and then they're basically disarming everybody and then they're going to have a full frontal attack of socialism..
"university georgia" Discussed on NAL Live
"I'm like hey one you know it's not gonna be as can't take to you got to be one and then not seeing it. Lebron sprouted out football player. You're not really stop promote football. Player named is going on The list and stuff. I'm like you know all all all conference lists. I'm looking at up like okay. You know doing from itself twelfth grader. All around people putting pressure on me. They're like hey you're going to be good at football. Like suge injury. I i could pursue you know long. Your people are behind me. Supported me you know in had support charge me my mom dad my family back in russia. You love me you know. They gave me the support and knowing that my twelfth grade yeah we won the state championship enjoy first state championship in nineteen sixty nine an hour. So you know l. like grazing. Yeah so you know my name on the boards now like learning out loud. that's tall guy from wilcox county. You know yes so you know when they went up there. I'm like okay. Okay with the next thing you know. my name got out there and then i start getting recruited as playing football. You know what i'm like. Okay i can do that then. I end up getting a i end up playing out their senior play football. You know go only got a few small offers from like junior colleges you know. I started playing basketball. Mind like thirty. Four game basketball The university of georgia was at my game and basketball. I remember it was i think. It was Lima what's the opposite coordinator. Forgot his name but he was. He came to my katie. Smith will be able to tell us since he's a big gators fan or Not gators blogs enter hugh grant. He was like mine very athletic moved. Good like the bill tall guy you know and we want to sign into a sculpture. The play football auto alley university of georgia. You know nick. Marshall which is one of my brothers like we're first cousins nick. Marshall is my brother. So you know it's like they was like we want nick. Marcy come as dual ride. I'm like okay okay. i got one thousand. My best friend's my brother going to the same school. And i'm like okay. Yeah we all do you know but I wasn't in college pro collapses. When i came up in high school so i was in the class so i had to go to junior college which they sent me to a junior college georgia military college straits too. Yes oh my gosh military school. Do i wanna do that. I'm like i don't really enjoyed you. Can't be that bad. You know. Bad might bo bo bobo. That's jas casey with no man there was it. Was it bubble. My man you could be mixed. Aj could you not was giving me the the great receiver somebody to talk to me you know. Put me a great receiver. All my god yes. They could be pretty like often the sun now know around young telling you around signing day of this. My senior assigned a scholarship to play football with the university. Georgia georgia military college pursued that dream and really loved the mole journey because the johnny was a journey made me the man i am today as far been on time you know. Norne skull strategies. Aw man waking up at five thirty in the morning been on the bricks and then you gotta go to football practice. You know what i mean. Now you ninety. I thirty because you out. I got a little shadow. According to your merced azure here. You just got ours for that. And i gotta go down here and deal with coaches..
University of Georgia developing a universal flu vaccine
"The year the university Georgia got the largest grant ever to study a flu vaccine this is exciting to me because these researchers are right here in our backyard and they're doing amazing work they were awarded eight million dollars to develop this new flu vaccine I think they're gonna be able to do this and they're they're looking for universal flu vaccine were you get one shot and it lasts for years maybe even a lifetime so I I think in our lifetime you and I we might be able to see this I hope you had a great bye take well you flew stores for the winner I'm not going to be