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"university hawaii" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:36 min | 2 months ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"When republicans take over our government. They are going to you what to do with your body. In fact it was one of the top talking points that was always used by left wing activists when visit college campuses. About what the reason to vote for democrats or for liberals now we see the people in charge of corporations our government and even our schools pushing medicine pushing an experimental vaccine on our children and our young people. This is a violation of the promise of america. It's a violation of basic individual sovereignty. And this is happening at a rapid and very concerning pace now at turning point. Usa we have launched a program stand up for students against mandatory. Vaccinations were they are being forced to take a vaccine against their will. This was met with some mockery amongst the smog public health. People saying no one's actually mandating those vaccines that doesn't exist and of course. That was a lie with us. Right now is a young lady who has made a decision to knock it the vaccine. But it's even more complicated than that. It's not even her decision. It is a medical decision and she has to make a decision. I think she already has. That will cost her. Livia sander is with us right now. Olivia welcome to the public for having me. I want to compliment you on your courage as we have a country full of cowards. Yeah and you are not a coward. Your parents generation mostly cowards and they will obey and they will come by. And you're not one of those people introduce yourself you were gonna go to. Byu brigham young university hawaii. Yeah elyssa about yourself. So i am eight years old and from arizona and i've always had the dream chip and byu hawaii. My cousins attended. I have friends that attended and it was seriously my dream. I was so excited to apply to get in. I just read for the best. I really relied on my faith. And i'm like. This is where i was supposed to be. And so i applied and took so long my applications. I tried my best. And i thought that i got in. I had never been more proud of myself. I was so so happy and then on june. Twenty twenty one. Byu hawaii canal saying that they would mandate the new vaccine. And if you wanna get.

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"university hawaii" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:34 min | 4 months ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Coach they can follow you by hitting your Twitter page. Tell us about that. Well, I like doing that Chuck and I do it once in a while. In fact, I tweet out every show we're going to do before and Also about some of the things during the game, so that game should be doing or not doing and coaching changes or Pac 12 changes or anything that just follow me at Kotarba hide. That's at coach Harvey. I'd and I'll try to keep you up to date on everything Now, Chuck, let's move ahead, call another play. We were talking about expansion. You were talking about the possibility of other teams joining the Pac 12. Your thoughts on that, Or do you want to go to Southern California and talk about competition as far as what's being offered not only in Los Angeles but San Francisco? But in Arizona and Los Angeles as far Southern California, where they're two teams approaches in the Bruins. Well, good. I think that's a great look at what the Pac 12 has to do because, frankly, this year when you start looking at the schedules for college football, you know they get out of the blocks a little bit of rear. The pros get a little bit of a break after their three preseason games and, of course, will be 17 regular season games this year. The schedule was just released. USC opens in the call. See him against San Jose State. The Senate, The state has not been AH, team that travels well. They've had a tenant's problems off on their Roman San Jose, but they've coming off really, probably the best program. We see from San Jose back in the days when you coached against them when they were in the PC double A Big West The second week, Stanford comes to play at USC. Now on the other side of town, you silly opens early a week before against University, Hawaii. They come to the Rose Bowl and then a game, which is of national importance, and that's against L S U um versus U C l A and that's enclosure on coming back to Southern California. So You look at it. And you say if that was held that the call, see him at Orgeron coming back a great story line USC you were probably looking at close to a crowd of 70,000 people. If the Rose Bowl, um gets 55. I think that would be a great a great outing. Danford coming down to play A C. Stanford doesn't travel that well. Their stadium is one of the smaller ones in the Pac 12 for reason. Ah, it's a great football game, but it's not going to be in attendance breaker where were used to 135,000. Earlier in the month, beginning at the late part of of August and then in the September preseason football so far, Stadium and now an Inglewood Rams chargers is gonna be a lot of media attention about that. Then the Raiders come down from Vegas to play the Rams and all those Raider fans of Southern California who spend with their pocketbooks. They have the great jerseys. They go, and they support their team. They will be there and then the Chargers host the 40 Niners. There's a large contingent of 40 Niner fans who will make their way down the five freeway. So in Southern California landscape, it's business one on one. Show me the money supply and demand marketing one on one how you come out of the blocks against the NFL. The machine that rolls because the first month The Bears. They're the one of the great franchises storied, with huge amount of Chicago backers and sort of California, then the Dallas Cowboys against the Chargers. We know how many cowboy fans there are. We know they come to Oxnard. Watch the Cowboys train and then Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Coming Rams and then money night, October 4th the Raiders at the Chargers that so far, coach is gonna be very challenging for the Pac 12. Come out of the blocks. So if you were looking to add to that conference, you have to talk about teams like Notre Dame who traveled Oklahoma who travel big name programs because people look at the schedule and they vote with their pocketbook. They brought with their pocketbook. And they have so many choices now, Chuck and that's why the Pac 12 the new commissioner, George K. Is gonna have to look at everything and marketing is going to be so important. And scheduling is gonna be so important. As far as Being able to compete. Not only in Southern California is to just mention for SC and U C. L A, but in Las Vegas with the same thing with you, and I'll be when you have the to bowl games that are in Las Vegas, you have the Raiders playing on Sunday. You've got a great potential here as far as with UNLV now if they can win and get their winning, going to put themselves in a tremendous position. Now in the not West Conference itself. Nothing. He gets a mountain West conference. I think the great Games they had a great associations about West Conference, but they don't really travel. They don't travel, too. Stadium such as, uh, Allegiance Stadium. So you know, and there's a fan base in Las Vegas that's going to require winning. And also it's great to bring a crowd that you know that's gonna want to travel like Iowa State is going to travel this year, the Legion stadium, they'll probably bring 30 30 35,000 people to Las Vegas. So you and all these gotta look at now We gotta step it up. We gotta win. So we have a product in Las Vegas puts in Las Vegas is all about winning. Like to go the knights have done and what they've done, and like the Las Vegas aviators, so I did last year Little all Mighty League baseball as far as in attendance because they win. So UNLV is out of that now in that position in football and basketball, where they have to Produced. They have to win that in order to draw a crowd, but people have Choices. Now they have choices now and then also you and I'll be I would say would directly have to look at, uh, possibly changing conferences. Maybe going to the sun belt. Going to conferences where teams will travel to Ah, Las Vegas that will bring in not only fans, but I wanna come in large groups from Texas. Enough is Houston. Other schools that will come to Las Vegas because the games are in Las Vegas because it's all a part of marketing and again and getting the fan base. So all of these type of things have got to be Discussed at the university level and in Las Vegas as far as on the marketing levels of everything that's going on, and it's a tremendous pressure on everyone. That's plain was. There's only so many dollars, so the top programs We're going to get all the loyalty, so it's exciting. It's all exciting this time of year in this time of century that we're going through with the growth and the marketing and the financial rewards and all the things that are going on and the portal and now they athletes being able to be paid for. Their image and so on in different things. I mean, this is a lot of change going on now in college athletics, and there's a lot to talk about. An expansion is going to be huge Chuck expansion for you and I'll be expansion for the Pac 12. All of the above has got to really be looked at, and there's gonna be a lot of moves going on in the last next two or three years or sooner. Check before we got get into another topic. We got to take a break here again and I Children football report brought to us by the South Point Hotel and Casino in Las.

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"university hawaii" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:56 min | 4 months ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"Yeah, And I don't think people understand that the fame and the lack of an amenity in America. I think people don't understand to how hard it is to be such a great person market how hard it is. Be such a great person because you know, coach. Biggest problem is he couldn't say no to anybody because he wanted to please everybody and the fact that he was so famous in you when you don't live out your dreams in terms of the National Football League when you have the capabilities and the potential of talent. This game once it's over. It's a hard adjustment in life. And, you know, God bless his soul. I know there's so many people in this community had tried to help him and the fact that he's no longer with us. I'm sure there's Lots of tears throughout the Hawaiian islands today, and rightly so, because I remember waking up Rick when Andy Irons died, and it was on the front page of star advertise that no, Andy, but I still cried because he was He was great for the state of wife. Bryant means that much to this state, and I don't think we'll ever see a football player mean more. Of all publications. The New York Post refers to Colt Brennan as legendary and I think that is an appropriate term to use with Colt. Yes. Yeah, again. I mean, you can talk about surfing legend. You can talk about baseball legend. You can talk about basketball legend and obviously we have to and markets and Jessie's a polo and guys like that, you know, to really watch the Forest Buckner. In terms of university, Hawaii and legends. People say Did you play during the coat? Brennan era? Oh, no, I was before quote I was after coat. I mean, this is like a 30 year, saying that people refer to the coat Brennan. Uh, the legend, the era. The status that he you know, uh, invoked in it, I said, this one is going to the Sugar Bowl and I hope I wasn't being prophetic. But will we ever go back? University of white game of that magnitude? I hope we do. But the reason we did go is a lot of it was on the shoulders of that quarterback. Amen. Other rich I can't thank you enough. Our hearts are very sad. Today. There's no doubt and You've helped us helped it to understand exactly the man. The player. But really the iconic symbol. That Colt has left with us and I thank you, brother. I think you saw very much as always. Well, said Rick. I love listening to you and you. It's got to be keep doing a great job. Thanks. Problem all the best. Thank you. I know my goodness. Brother rich me, Otto. Yep. Talk about going back years. I remember about being with Rich's dad when he was done like he member of the birds. Had had his birds..

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"university hawaii" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:53 min | 10 months ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on KTRH

"One of those issues. That never seems to rise to being the top news story because There's always a sex scandal or something going on. There's always some stupid statement by some stupid person and Is good for a few clicks, but one of those issues it's always a 39 40th story. And unless you're a real libertarian, you don't even notice. But it's a problem of encroachments on our liberties, a creep a steady creep. Into our personal liberties. Is the civil asset forfeiture procedures in this country, the taking of that which a person has without due process. And then refusing to give it back or giving it back after a long period of time without any sense of explanation. It's wrong. It's as wrong as it can be. And we have 1/4 amendment for this very purpose. There is an entire piece of American jurisprudence against it well. That leads us to our guest who has a civil forfeiture case. It's currently on a petition for cert to the Supreme Court. Remember a petition for CERT is the Supreme Court issues a rid of Sir Shiori. Which is they will agree to hear a case which, by the way, I keep hearing from folks that the lawsuit by the attorney general of Texas, Ken Paxton, That the Supreme Court is going to hear it. They're not going to hear it. Yet. It's on the docket, which is just an acknowledgment that it has been filed. That it is an official record. They have not granted CERT have not agreed to hear it. I hope they do, but they haven't so our guests name is on you. Did well, not Birdwell on your Bidwell, and she has a case on petition for search the Supreme Court about prompt hearings after property seizures, onions that fair. That's absolutely fair. Hi. How you doing? I'm fine. Why does this What single? Where does the on you come from? It's a Russian name. Oh, I like that. What part of Russia? And former Soviet Union country actually called Kurdistan. So my grandmother's Ukrainian, you know, could you stand cool where you were born? I was born and raised that yes. Okay. How were you when you came here? I came here on the university scholarship when I was 16 years old. And where did you go to university? My undergraduate was actually in a small private college in Hawaii. How I Pacific University, Hawaii Pacific. One of our producers are executive producer. Actually, Chad, not Connie. She is from Hawaii, and he knows everything about Hawaii. Like when the Hawaiian government has a question. They call us and ask him so he'll know it. That is Bidwell, a married name. Yes, it is. What was your maiden name? Um oh, God ready for it. Counselor. Concept for Shared Kostova Cherkasova. You know if you're doing it really well, yeah. My wife's maiden name is vegetation. Wooden Yours is easy in comparison. Absolutely. So do you. So you speak Kurdish, Russian? And what else? I understand Ukrainian. It's actually funny to hear me talk to my aunt. She still lives in Ukraine. So she talks to me in Ukrainian and my response to her in Russian. So it's It's very funny. Yes. So my wife is from India and when one when her father would call or her sister or one of the relatives called from India. Mom goes from being this woman who lives in Texas with the Southeast Texan accent to a very thick Indian English accent, but in Hindi or tell ago depending on which language they're speaking. And we'll be sitting down and having dinner and then she talks very loud because Indians are very loud and boisterous when they talk, especially over the phone like you have to. You know you're talking through a cannon and they're looking go. Mom just becomes a different person. Okay. Can you do me a favor? Can you say in Russian and pause Because really use this later. Can you say you're listening to the Michael Berry show? With Luchese. Michael Better show. Okay. And can you do that in Kurdish now? Um, that's actually I can't do. Why Because I haven't spoken, Uh, Curtis language in something like 20 years to get the Kurdish lessons because we don't have that in our repertoire. We don't have that encourage. We have it in Russian already. Oh, yes, That's true, But I can make you look it up and say so. Why is this case that you're bringing? Why's it? Why should people care? Because this is you know, As you said in the introduction to this segment, this is really about our most fundamental rights as Americans that our property cannot be taken from us without due process of law, and this case at the end of the day is very much about this, and every American should be outraged about the way Gerardo surrounded, was treated when he was when his truck was taken and not given to him. Without any hearing for two years. Okay, So let's talk about the facts of that case. We've got about two minutes before this break, and then we'll keep talking, but lay out the fact pattern in this case. Sure, uh, in 2015 September, 2015 Gerardo was traveling from Kentucky on trying to cross the border. U S Mexico border in Eagle Pass Texas to go see his relative and he hasn't seen them in ages, right? So he was very excited and trying to commemorate it by Videoing the crossing of the border. So the customs and border Protection guards stop him and demanded a password to his phone. He said. I will believe the videos and delete the photos, but I'm not gonna give me give you my password. I'm an American. I know my rights. You can't just force me to give you a password, so they got really annoyed, they said. We're tired of hearing about your rights around here. So they basically forced him out of his brand new asked to pick the truck and started just searching through it. And then after a while one of the customs and border protection agents Yelled out! We got him right? And what they found in the truck were five low caliber bullets and the magazine right? No gun. You also had a concealed carry permit. But they found those low caliber bullets and they call them munitions off war. Right munitions of war, and they took his truck because they said that he was carrying munitions of war. At the end of the day. They didn't even file charges. There was nothing They just took his truck. They forced him to walk home on foot, and two years later, they still were not providing him with a hearing. He said, at least give me hearing to contact the seizure, and they told him that because he asked to see a judge is going to take awhile. So when Toronto got tired of waiting after two years of not having his truck keep files, this very lawsuit that's going to be before discipline Court on petition for certiorari. All right on you Hold with us right there. And we're going to talk about cases like this. Why? This is important. And what President you hope to establish coming up on your Bidwell. Is our guest. This case is on petition before the United States Supreme.

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"university hawaii" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:49 min | 10 months ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"That Never seems to rise to being the top news story because there's always a sex scandal or something going on. There's always some stupid statement by some stupid person. It is is good for a few clicks but one of those issues. It's always eighth or ninth or tenth story. Unless you're a real libertarian. You don't even notice but it's a problem encroachments on our liberties. A creep a steady creep into our personal liberties is the civil asset forfeiture procedures in this country. The taking of that which person has without due process and then refusing to give it back or giving back after a long period of time without any sense of explanation. It's wrong it's as wrong as it can be. And we have a fourth amendment for this very purpose. There is an entire piece of american jurisprudence against it. Well that leads us to our guest who has a civil forfeiture case. It's currently on a petition. For cert to the supreme court remember a petition for cert. A supreme court issues. A rid of sir sherie. Which is they will agree to hear a case. Which by the way. I keep hearing from folks that The the lawsuit by the attorney general of texas. Ken paxton That that the supreme court is going to hear it. They're not going to hear it yet. It's on the docket which is just an acknowledgement that it has been Filed that it is an official record. They've not granted cert if he'd here i hope they do. But they haven't so our guest's name is a bidwell not birdwell on your bidwell. And she has a case on petition for cert. The supreme court about prompt hearings property seizures onions that fair. That's absolutely fair. hi how you doing. I'm fine why does this. Where does the anya come from. It's a russian name. oh like what. Part of russia former soviet union country actually called kurdistan. Colonel i clean and you know how cool were you were born. I was born and raised it. Yes were you when you came here. I came here on a university scholarship when i was sixteen years old. And where did you go to university. My undergraduate was actually in a small private college in hawaii. Hawaii university hawaii pacific one of our producers executive produce. Actually chad nakanishi is from hawaii. And he knows everything about hawaii. When the hawaiian government has a question. They call us and ask him so he'll know it is bidwell married name. Yes yes what was your maiden name Oh god ready for it. Casa khansa chad cosso by kosova. You're doing really well. Even my wife's maiden name is van kitchen years prepared absolutely so so you speak kurdish russian. And what else. I understand ukrainian. It's actually funny to hear me talk to my aunt. She still lives in ukraine so she talks to me in ukrainians and i respond to her in russian. Though it's it's very funny. Yep so my wife is from india and win one when her father would call her sister or one of the relatives call from india. Mom goes from being. This woman who lives in texas with the southeast texan accent. A very thick indian english accent but in hindi or telugu depending on which language. They're speaking and we'll be sitting down and having dinner and then she talks very loud because indians are very loud and boisterous over the phone. Like you have to. You know you talk through can't and they'll look and go mom just becomes a different person okay on you. Can you do me a favor. Can you say in russian and pause because winning this later. Can you say you're listening to the michael berry. Show lucy michael berry show. Okay and can you do that in. Kurdish now That actually i do. Because i haven't spoken curtis language in Something like twenty years. So how did he get you some lessons. Because we don't have that in our repertoire. We don't have that encourages. We haven't in russia. Oh yeah that's too bad. I can Maybe look it up and say so. Why is this case that you're bringing. Why is it. Why should people care. Because this is you know as you said in the introduction to this segment dishes is really about our most one-dimensional rights as americans that our property can not be taken from us without due process of law and this case at the end of the day is very much about this and every american should be outraged About the way gerardo surrounded was treated when he was When his truck was taken and not given to him without any hearing for two years okay. So let's talk about the facts of that case we've got about two minutes before this break and then we'll keep talking but lay out the fact pattern in this case sure In two thousand fifteen september. Two thousand fifteen gerardo. was traveling from kentucky And trying to cross the border. Us mexico border in eagle. Pass texas to go see his relatives and he hasn't seen them in ages right so he was very excited. I'm trying to commemorate it by Videoing the crossing of the border so the customs and border protection guards stuck cam and demanded a password found. She said i will delete the videos and did it before. But i'm not gonna give me give you my password. I'm an american You can't just force me to give you a password. So they got really annoyed. They said we're tired of hearing about your rights around here. So they basically forced him out of his brand new f to fifty truck and started just searching through it and then after a while one of the customs and border protection agents yelled out. We got him right and what they found in the truck. Were five low caliber bullets and the magazine right no gun. He also had a concealed carry permit but they found those low caliber bullets. And they call them munitions of war right munitions of war and they took his truck because they said that he was scaring munitions of war at the end of the day. They didn't file charges. There was nothing. They just took his truck. They forced him to walk home on foot and Two years later they were not providing him with hearing. she said at least. Give me a hearing to contest the seizure and they told him that because he asked to see a judge. He's going to take a while so when gerardo got tired of waiting after two years of not having his truck. He filed this very lawsuit. That's going to be before the supreme court on petition for sure. All right on hold with us right there and we're going to talk about cases like this why this is important. And what precedent you hope to establish coming up on. Your bidwell is our guest. This case is on petition. Before.

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"university hawaii" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

07:49 min | 10 months ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"One of those issues that never seems to rise to being the top news story because there's always a sex scandal or something going on. There's always some stupid statement by some stupid person. It is is good for a few clicks but one of those issues. It's always eighth or ninth or tenth story. Unless you're a real libertarian. You don't even notice. But it's a a problem of encroachments on our liberties. A creep a steady creep into our personal liberties is the civil asset forfeiture procedures in this country. The taking of that which a person has without due process and then refusing to give it back or giving it back after a long period of time without any sense of explanation. It's wrong it's as wrong as it can be. And we have a fourth amendment for this very purpose. There is an entire piece of american jurisprudence against it. Well that leads us to our guest who has a civil forfeiture case. It's currently on a petition. For cert to the supreme court remember a petition for cert is a supreme court issues. A rid of surgery. Which is they will agree to hear a case. Which by the way. I keep hearing from folks that The the lawsuit by the attorney general of texas. Ken paxton That that the supreme court is going to hear it. They're not going to hear it yet. It's on the docket which is just an acknowledgement that it has been Filed that it is an official record. They've not granted. Cert have not agreed to hear. I hope they do. But they haven't so our guest's name is anya bidwill not birdwell on your bidwell and she has a case on petition for cert supreme court about prompt hearings after property seizures. Onions that fair. That's absolutely fair. hi how you doing. Why does this where does the anya come from Its russian name. Oh what. Part of russia former soviet union country actually called kurdistan. I'll my grandmother's ukraine kurdistan. How cool were you were born. I was born and raised that. Yes when you came here. I came here On a university. Scholarship when i was sixteen years old. And where did you go to university. My undergrad was actually a small private college in hawaii. Hawaii university hawaii pacific one of our producers executive produce. Actually head nakanishi is from hawaii and he knows everything about hawaii like when the hawaiian government has a question. They call us and ask him so he'll know it bidwell married name. Yes it is. What was your maiden name Oh god ready for it. Consta- chad kossovo. You're doing it's really well. My wife's maiden name is vancouver. Yours prepared absolutely so so you speak kurdish russian and what else. I understand ukrainian. It's actually funny. If you hear me talk to my aunt. She still lives in ukraine so she talks to me in ukrainian and my response to her in russian. Though it's very funny yet so my wife is from india and when one when her father would call her sister or one of the relatives call from india. Mom goes from being. This woman who lives in texas with the southeast texan accent. A very thick indian english accent but in hindi or telugu depending on which language they're speaking and and we'll be sitting down and having dinner and then she talks very loud because indians are very loud and boisterous utah especially over the phone. Like you have to. You know you talk through can and they'll look and go to mom just becomes a different person. Okay on you. Can you do me a favor. Can you say in russian and pause because we use this later. Can you say you're listening to the michael berry. Show the michael berry show. Okay can you do that in. Kurdish now That actually i do. Because i haven't spoken i- curtis language in Something like twenty years. So it's kurdish lessons because we don't have that in our repertoire. We don't have that encourage we have in russia already. Yes that's too bad. I can maybe look it up and say so. Why is this case that you're bringing wise. Why should people care because this is you know as you said in the introduction to this segment this is really about our most a mental rights as americans that our property can be taken from us without due process of law and this case at the end of the day is very much about this and every american should be outraged About the way gerardo surrounded was treated when he was When his truck was taken and not given to him without any tearing for two years okay. So let's talk about the facts of that case we've got about two minutes before this break and then we'll keep talking but lay out the fact pattern in this case in two thousand fifteen september. Two thousand fifteen gerardo was traveling from kentucky And trying to cross the border. Us mexico border in eagle. Pass texas to go see his relatives and he hasn't seen them in ages right so he was very excited and trying to commemorate it by Videoing the crossing the border so the customs and border protection guards stuck him and demanded a password. She found she said. I will delete the videos and delivered boroughs. But i'm not gonna give me give you my password. I'm an american. I know my rights You can't just force me to give you a password. So i got really annoyed. They said we're tired of hearing about your rights around here. So they basically forced him out of his brand new f to fifty truck and started searching through it and then after a while one of the customs and border protection agents yelled out. We got them right and what they found in. The truck were five low caliber bullets and a magazine right. No gun he also had a concealed carry permit but they found those look horrible. And they call them munitions of war right munitions of war and they took kiss truck because they said that he was carrying munitions work at the end of the day. They didn't even file charges. There was nothing. They just took his truck. They forced him to walk home on foot and Two years later they still were not providing him with a hearing. She said at least give me a hearing to contest the seizure and they told him that because he asked to see a judge is going to take a while so when gerardo got tired of waiting after two years of not having his truck. He filed this lawsuit. That's going to be before Net the supreme court on petition theory. All right on your hold with us right there and we're gonna talk about cases like this why this is important. And what precedent you hope to establish coming up on. Your bidwill is our guest. This case is on petition. Before.

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"university hawaii" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

Patriots Dynasty Podcast

05:16 min | 11 months ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on Patriots Dynasty Podcast

"Of University Hawaii fame for their quarterback? Yup. There they have this huge budget which they're saying like double anybody else in the league just for. Like entertainment purposes. So they're like everyone's like we're doing this like the coaches going into the air promise and we're GonNa win the championship the arena. Bowl. And and not to give a spoiler, I can't imagine anybody actually to watch this all. Basically, they started out decently well, and then just dive bomb for like eight episodes of cities and just watching these people self-destruct in front of your eyes. Was So entertaining. To in Arena football league eighty, two, forty. Oh. Yeah. The scores Raiders like sixty three to twelve, and then some of these things. Ridiculous. For like. Yeah, we've been to a couple of. Arena football games. And it's usually pretty high scoring like to see both scores in the fifties is not uncommon to see a team scoring twelve points is. Less. Comment..

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"university hawaii" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

"Only look at it in that Lens but I can just tell you what had happened was that I was a teenager that. Didn't fit in anywhere. I mean I did really well, I was quite popular. I got I got all sorts of you know. Things going for me and I you know did all kinds of stuff did voice acting did all sorts of fun things? But. As I got into. The college era I was in my second long-term. Unhappy Relationship. there were all your relationships with the opposite gender at this time. No I going all over the place with with seeing if I was just gay. Of you know we're all kind of stuff it just didn't work. And then we get into to college, which is the only you know this had actually goes. Oh which is you know Went to College University of Hawaii. University Hawaii. Made you go to Hawaii from Texas. Oh, actually at that point was living in Oregon I was living in Portland. Oregon. And I WANNA go to Hawaii because I had aspirations to be Nick eulogised. Excel studies fish mom I really like sharks. Until I. wanted to work with sharks and so I. Wanted To be a Marine biologist nick theologists to stop them much the same way that I had seen on all the. Shock Kustow when all that kind of stuff Shark Week. SORT. Sharks ploy tation films that had their way of getting in with that I would not call. Shark Week a very good representative of anything. By That's kind of just the y'all kind of a shock jock. Deal doesn't represent the animals at all. The But now like I actually won the work with real animals and and get the get the none of my have affinity for him, I still do. Marvin diving with them. Several times another wonderful but But yeah. You just wanted to kind of be a part of that and I wanted to study you know medical things. There was a myth at the time that sharks don't get cancer. It's not true. They get cancer. but you know there's there's all kinds of stuff that. The Cure for autism the actually it's funny that the Bologna. That was made as the kind of grain of truth of a movie deeply see you know all them was based around the you know curing mental disease. Through Shark. Brain I don't know but anyway Craziness aside. What it had built up into the I thought, I could help my on. My autistic. Stephen. I wanted to help him and I wanted to try to study sharks to find the cure that I was reading in medical journals and things like that. Those complete Baloney made up by one guy that wanted to get us name in the paper so. But you know but while I was there and doing that kind of stuff.

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"university hawaii" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"So you applied. It took eleven business days. Is that correct? Eleven calendar dates really only about six six business days. Okay and I'M NOT GONNA ask how much money you were for funded but did you receive two and a half times your monthly payroll absolutely. We did okay and so is does that. Take a little bit of the edge off where he does that. Feel good to finally see the money in the account definitely at were able to breathe and we know that we're not going to have to be laying people off now. I'm GonNa read you. A controversial excerpt from this controversial document called the constitution. I'm GonNa read it to you and I'd like to see if you could tell me what this means from your perspective. Okay now you're smart lady you got you and your husband met at college in Hawaii. I believe right in both attending Brigham Young. Yeah Yep. We're at Brigham Young University Hawaii when we met. And I'm not expecting you to be a constitutional scholar but you are a business owner so I'm GonNa read you. This controversial excerpt from the constitution which reads the First Amendment. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press or the right of the people to peaceably assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances. Some read this excerpt to you says. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment every of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. Were you guys allowed to go to Church for Easter Sunday? We were not on the first time in our entire lives. Does that sound constitutional just as you break it down as you listened to the first constitution. Does it sound like you're right to peaceably. Assemble may have been violated. Absolutely it does so when president trump did you watch his press conference last night will. He was talking last night about how he wants to open the country. Backup for business. America was not designed to be shut down and a lot of these snarky. Reporters are unaware of this thing called the constitution. We're asking stuff like well sir. Authorities do you have to make people be open for business. What appears to me. When the president becomes the president he takes the oath to uphold the constitution. So in your mind is is it not is it in in constitutional. Is it to shut down your right to go to church. Or how do you process that when you get told that you can't go to church is not right? You know we have that right to. I mean that was one of the very first things that our country was founded on this freedom of religion and to gather and to be able to work and provide for ourselves in the American dream and all of these things are being. We're being told that we can't do them and it is very Contradictory to the First Amendment for sure. Now there's two kinds of crazy out there there's man crazy there's husband crazy and there's mom crazy there's mom crazy husband crazy husband. Crazy is when the kids are in the back of the car. And they're touching each other data. Say Stop It. And it's done mom crazy sometimes where mom might hold back the frustration for maybe two to three years at a time but when mon polls over it's a scorched earth approach to discipline and all of a sudden those three years of delayed discipline begins to manifest itself. Perhaps you've ever done that but I've seen mom crazy verifiable thing it's a phenomenon. Can you create the so mom crazies? Like on a scale of one to ten where you're like a fourteen mad on a scale of one to ten with fourteen being mom crazy and one being like it's no big deal. How much did it bother you to see your constitutional rights violated on Easter Sunday About twenty because my kids are still learning. They're eight and under your belt. Whenever they drive me to mom crazy they have a little bit of grace there but our leaders our state and local leaders. They know better. They know what the Constitution means? So if our show is listened to buy a lot of people within Washington people who are lawmakers now I want to remind listeners. President trump never shut the country down. It's your state governor. It's your local mayors who've shut the country down it is not president trump. It is your local governors. Your state governors your local mayors all the local officials. The state level officials are the ones who've decided to shut down your state. What would you say if we had? Maybe the governor of our state listening to the show today or the lieutenant governor or people who are in charge of your city. What would you say to them as it relates to opening the country? Backup to business now that we know that. Oh by the way the report that said two point two million people were projected to die is now been dial down to fifty seven thousand sixty one thousand and by the way the guy who made the report is not an American. His name is Neil Ferguson. What would you say to your local and state officials? I would say that the need to open up for business is I mean. Really great that. That doesn't It's not a very good know verbiage. For how I feel I feel like the amount of people who are unable to work versus the amount of deaths from Cova. Nineteen is so drastically different. You know these effects of unemployment go on for for so long and the freedom that America is known for that the that the country is founded on that so many people have died for to protect is a matter of days. Weeks has been ripped away from us. That is just not right. That is not America. That's not what this country was founded on and that's not what our founding fathers would want that would just. They are probably rolling in their graves and so we need to open our states back up especially in areas where you know like especially in Oklahoma we have not been impacted thankfully As much as other places and so the need to work as so so great so that families can survive. I can't even imagine not being able to feed my children because I couldn't work and so I just think of all all the kids out there whose parents can't work and can't provide for them. I mean it just makes me almost teary thinking about not being able to provide for my kids. Their basic needs so we just. It's gotta get opened up really really soon and I'm not asking you to go crazy town with me but I will go there for just a second. Let's say that I were to read the Constitution and I were Somebody who was I duNNo. Literal literal the way I read the Constitution it says Congress shall make no law respecting an and establishing an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof even if there's virus or abridging the freedom of speech even if there's virus or of the press or of the right of the people peaceably assemble even if there's virus and to petition the government for a redress of grievances even if there's the chronic virus so as I read it even if I was in Manhattan right now. We're the corona virus is by the way been falsely reported to have killed a lot of people. Because now they're finding out. Oh by the way. We have been falsely reporting how we determine if people died from the crowbars. I'm GonNa play this audio. This is from a doctor in Minnesota. He's Dr Scott Janssen. He's a senator and a doctor. Listen to this audio and see if you can. I would like to get your take on this hearing this for the first time this is Dr Scott Jennings a senator from Minnesota here. We only play run in Minnesota as a physician. I received an email last week from the Department of Health. Coaching me on to fill out death certificates and I'm never really received coaching from the vital statistics agency in terms of how to do a death ticket but basically I felt like they were saying you know you don't have to have a confirmed laboratory test for cove. Nineteen in order to make the death certificate a covert nineteen searches right. I mean ruptured that. What you said I think is critically important. Can you repeat what you just said please? Well last Friday. I received a seven page document. That sort of told me that if I had an eighty six year old patient that had pneumonia but was never tested for covert nineteen but sometimes after she came down with the Monja. We learned that she had been exposed to her son who had no symptoms but later on was identified with Kobe. Nineteen there would be appropriate to diagnose on the desert to begin cove in nineteen now. We've not done that if someone has the pneumonia after in the middle of flu epidemic and I don't have a test on influenza diagnose influence on the death certificate I will say this elderly Pacer died a Monja. I don't mean to Rub shoe but I. My heart is sinking right now. As you're telling me this your doctor. Why in the world would they be sending you out information to fill out certificates where the person's been diagnosed with Cova nineteen or not but then to say in the desert to be this person's death was caused by Kobe? Nineteen Bat does not sound right to me. I went to the person in our office. Who does most of the death certificate is over the last ten twenty years and I said. Does this sound right ahead. Look at the documents that I printed off. And she's been what we've always been told that you always put down just facts. You don't put down any probabilities. You don't put any presumptions down. It's just what you Nell and so this is concerning what. How do you process that as a mother and a business owner when you hear that people can now sort of massage the death certificates and pick or choose what they believe? People are dying from? Well I have a few thoughts but one of them is there. They should be glad that I'm not there. Because I would go beyond mom crazy I'm not a conspiracy theorist by any means but honestly sounds like something is either trying to be covered up. I e they overreacted and now need to justify you know what has happened by inflating the numbers so that they can like sealy right or I don't know but it just I don't stand for dishonesty in any form and so this really drives me nuts. I've got one more sound for you. I have not played this for you. This is going to really blow your mind. I'm really excited to watch you. Go to a fourteen here at platinum pest when people hire you guys to come kill bugs you guys make a profit right absolutely in hospitals. They make their money off of Seeing patients listen to this audio. Let me click ahead here. This is. This is Dr Again this is Dr the same doctor the Minnesota senator. He is explaining Dr Scott Johnson. How hospitals get paid from the corona virus and try to keep ahead from exploding here. We go German Kobe. Nineteen admission to the hospital. You'll get paid thirteen thousand dollars if that Kuban. Nineteen patient Nozawa Van. Later you get thirty nine.

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"university hawaii" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"That if I I haven't I'm distracting let me get back on target so Bernard Shaw asks your carcass I have a very good question governor regardless I want you to imagine that your wife Kitty is assaulted and raped by a sexual predator all what would you recommend what would your reaction be what we're using the penalty should be the father and he dealt with that as though it were an intellectual exercise will Bernard tonight I think we need to be concerned with the rights of all people who are heroes the rights of the accused or something we need to be very very concerned with in this country and so many people are falsely and nobody could believe you've just been asked what would happen to a guy who rape your wife when you're dealing with it like you're in a think tank and then to try to overcome that some other stuff he went out and got in an army tank wearing a helmet he looked like beetle Bailey cartoon character they ended up becoming a joke we even we even have musical accompaniment for imaginary Dukakis campaign meetings and so forth while he's back and he went out to Hawaii after he lost he was a professor university Hawaii doing stuff goes right a bunch of leftists are and he would admit that he loves polisario policy Bernard I love process that's what we liberals do I carry briefcases around we get to the office and we start shuffling their policy papers a position paper that's what we love Bernard with these really was it's great stuff especially like today what they found it Neil Cavuto I found the carcass parts business network this afternoon I don't know where to caucus is I guess is walking along the street and somebody record Hey would you like to be on the fox business network this after I don't why else would Dukakis be there Seoul kabuto several so what do you think of Joe Biden right now governor Dukakis and all these people not coalescing around Biden as an alternative to Bernie Sanders I'm seeing a very different Joe Biden Neil in the last four or five days I don't know what it is about some Carolina who or what happened there but he's more relaxed these he's funnier he's more confident and obviously what happened yesterday and those endorsements very important so what I think we got a new job but I don't right to be a Democrat you can be around for forty years you can be a plagiarist you can be a failure can run for office a bunch of times and lose and then overnight you can become brand new overnight you can become funnier you can become more confident you go I got more endorsements and you.

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"university hawaii" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS

"Native editing needed here. Is that what your sales meetings feel like. Or is it a little more dialed down or you know minus a couple of F. Words and we're about okay now. Okay now I wanted wanted to look here. 'cause I'm on I'm on aligns. Add using the Internet. That Al Gore's credit for US go. Thank you and I want to ask you where you're getting where you're recruiting your people and how much you pay these people. So do you get them from Brigham Young University Hawaii. Do you get them from Brigham Young University Idaho or Brigham Young University Provo or from somewhere else. Where do you find your sales people you know? All of the above I was attending Brigham Young University. Idaho where you really started this job were you is see I have. I have a client of mine. They told me that. If there's a great door to door guy. He has to be a storm in Mormon slot and he goes listen. I'm a storm in Mormon. That's why do door to door. I've done missions. I afraid baby is that true. It's it's very true. I mean a lot of these companies are based out of there and now it's super interesting because 'cause we recruit from colleges all over the nation at this point but that's kind of where we started can you. Can you teach a non Mormon to sell. Well suppose one hundred percent so where do you. What do you pay these people to start like? I Say I'm listening right now. And I have a pest control business and I'm in Iowa pest control business in Texas what do I need to pay door-to-door guidance to make it work we pay our guys incredibly while and it's on a pay scale that the more they sell the higher commission they hit. It's all based on that four months Summer Dahmer. So they're starting in a twenty five percent commission but our big hitters are making upwards of sixty percent for every cell commissioner Poland in two hundred two hundred fifty fifty dollars per sale. Is it just distract commissioners or any hourly based to. There's no hourly base hundred percent you do know base. Yep No base just all Trabelsi no big traveler who okay now. You come across as very very proactive guy. I mean a very motivated automated guy. How do you motivate your people? What do you what do you do? Do you do you as the daily meetings. Because I feel like your system wouldn't work if you didn't take that half hour to an hour every everyday to train your people. Do you agree that it wouldn't work without that daily reset or do you think you can do your systems without Doing Daily Training Meeting I. I would agree with you one hundred percent and I think it's been so fascinating the watch kind of how my leadership style has changed and how I've tried to train my leaders but there are lots of ways to do it. You just have to make sure that there's an energy in those morning meeting some people get that by Hooton and Holler and others by you know motivational stories or or by just incredible training. I think you've got to have good training every single day. But you've got to find a way to create energy. I mean I'll have teams where they're struggling and they're putting up at five. Ten accounts is a whole team. And I'll go out and be able to create some of that energy when I'm traveling around in that you know. Ten account team will jump up to a fifty or sixty account team mm-hmm and so those morning meetings are crucial to finding a way to get your guys motivated now Z.. Dj Connection Dot com well aware and we had daily meetings six. I'm telling you the daily meetings that company wouldn't work for that business you know why because their entire business was made by cold calling and cold calling people just they lose the faith Z.. They lose the faith. They don't lose the faith. We start off the morning by seeing and George Michael's faith and by about noon. They kind of forget the tune a little bit. He but this they still know the chorus they. Just forget kind of verbiage. Give us a little chandler. Okay you got a meeting right now. Okay and you're GONNA fire up some guys that have been low. Low Producers Produce take a deep breath here. Shane Kinda get Kinda. Get kinda shaky Alabam gave you a little background like racial music air. Okay get you in the mood. Nice get you the moon. I want you to preach a little bit now. You gotTA team here. There's been underperforming. Yeah pump fluid. They flew in the big the big hitter. You're the big hitter. Okay and now you got them all sitting in a room there at a Holiday Inn resort or you know Clothing to keep the room the room. There you know right by the Nixon Ramada. Yeah Mexican remind okay. Yeah now.

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"university hawaii" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

Bytemarks Cafe

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe

"Sustain and grow its locally produced talk shows Mahalo to contributors Pacific Database chaminade university and Hastings and plead well a communication in company. Welcome back this is bite marks. Cafe I'm Bert Lung. And if you're just joining us so we're talking to east sorry. must've he's in the studio and raw fish calling in from somewhere somewhere on the east coast. I think is where it's cold and we're talking about the I Tripoli or the Institute for Electrical Electronic Engineers and of course how they a support the engineering community in Hawaii and of course the you know what we wanted to do was talk a little bit about some of the events that are coming up because you know part of again again. I mentioned I triple E.. been a long time Organization all the students in engineering know about it and I think they foster a good good Sort of relationship and a pathway upon which students can continue some of their learning. But you know the actual conferences that that come up are also a great way to learn about some of the state of the state of the art things that are happening and and rob you've been involved with the planning of this conference coming coming up in December called Globe cop so maybe tell us a little bit about that well go up. com is From produced by the I Tripoli Communication Society any one of 'em forty-six sightings and councils within I Tripoli Communication Society is the largest Volunteer Society for Communications Communications and networking technology in the world. And we hold once a year. A conference called GROW COM or Global Communications Conference. It goes this all around the world and this year in December Starting on the Nice December in Waco on the Big Island We're going to be holding. Glow calm here in Hawaii right and it's going to be five days of events Industry advanced research events keynote speakers education and tutorials. So this is a great chance to see the global best in communications Right you're right here in Hawaii and who are you expecting as participants or attendees at at Glow Com well Glaucoma usually attracts a couple of thousand people every year and They'll be technologists and Industry people from around the world. Really who you know. Whatever they do in December they always come to calm and also? We're going to be cooperating with the University Hawaii at Hilo who are going to be bringing some of their students over and The students will be participating in the events as well. So it's a great opportunity both for the local Technology community as well as the global community. Just sort of get together and talk about the latest issues in Communications and networking really cutting edge. Research is the key elements of of glow common. That's what you'll expect to hear their no Isar as a as a PhD As you know in terms of the work you do in in electrical engineering the and you know this is sort of the cutting edge Worked at Nulla..

"university hawaii" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on WDRC

"These days is human progress dot ORG, because I think it's chock full of really great data. I don't have any other tied to it than that. But I can remember all the way back to high school. When people would talk about the predictions of Thomas Malthus, who famously said or predicted that human food production would never be able to keep up with the growth of a human population. And of course, beyond the question of food is other resources we need water. We need energy. We need we need food, and we need materials to be able to support a growing population. Well, of course, high school was along. Time ago. And it was a long time before we got to today's population of around seven and a half. Almost eight billion people on planet earth Marian is editor of human progress, and a senior policy analyst at the center for global liberty and prosperity some Marian. What about these predictions that are being made most often by politicians who say, we won't be able to have enough resources to support our population. In fact, some of them say, we're already well beyond the carrying capacity earth. What should we say to that? Thank you very much for having me. Say to them to look at the data, which is exactly what I did to get a whiz by Cole. Brigham Young University Hawaii. And did. We'll look at basic commodities ranging from metals to food to energy and we looked at a time period between nineteen eighty and two thousand eighteen so close to forty years and found that commodity prices have fallen on average. Two percents relative to income which is to say. The price of these commodities, and then you look at the increase in. Every person what you find is that. Has become seventy two percent. Now that means. One unit in our basket of commodities in nineteen eighty the same efforts. Close to four units. Commodities. I guess you could look at it another way Marian if back in nineteen eighty you said, I got by on a foul dollars a month. And that's what it took to buy the things I needed to get by that same thousand dollars a month. You would you the cost of all those things that you bought food energy, things like that would have dropped to two hundred eighty dollars today if they were in constant dollars. Now the interesting thing is. People assume that more people to the world. Will become scarce. The population increased by seventy one percents and commodities by seventy two percents now that means that. Every additional human being born on our planet seems to have made. Proportionately more plentiful for the rest of us. And then he's quite an assumption Clayton. Without you. That mattress ultimately in human life is innovation and innovative nece and human being who comes to the world doesn't come only an empty stomach, but also with. And also with the brain and all those people to get a can. New and different ways of using the resources that we have in a more efficient way. And. Even though we have more people in the most abundant and the most prosperous time in the history of our species. And here's the question. I have Marian and maybe you can come up with a unified field theory for this. But you know what Moore's laws you've heard of that? For people listening, Moore's law, essentially said that as technology, especially computer technology gets better every eighteen months. If you bought one unit of calm of computing, parasite, badeah, a very fast, computer, the in, in today that eighteen months from now I'll be able to buy that same computer for about half the cost or I'll be able to buy double the computing capability at, at, at the same cost that I paid for a much smaller amount of computing, capability eighteen months before, and then the next eighteen months, you would do that, again that you would see their dramatic drop in buying the same kind of computer or you'd see a dramatic increase in what a computer bought for say a thousand dollars would do. And at one point Marion, I ran into a man during a conference..

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"university hawaii" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on High and Mighty

"I should probably signed up. It's got a week free trial. A few bucks a month after that. And it's all we also original content all the videos committed weaker early. And then there's there's a bunch of series in addition. So we'll talk about total forgiveness really fun idea. Yeah. And grant O'Brien. Yes. And so they both have crazy student debt, and they pitched his show to us which was what if you guys put up a bunch of money against our debt, and we do crazy challenges. Basically the theories we combine what would be decades of pain from this debt into like a few awful months for your entertainment. There is a real element of the money put seventy thousand dollars towards their debts. And every episode is challenge to do something for a certain amount of money. It goes up every episode. And if they succeed in the challenge, they get the money if they fail the person who challenged them gets it. So somebody could double up every episode. Oh, wow. And they're like they do real close buds. So the challenge a real personal to each other. And they like know each other get them real good. It's. And it's insane. Like there's going to be when when this series jobs. There's going to be a think piece about how true TV has paid off. I do not think the student loan debt is an issue because now we're like creating television entertainment. It's a serious issue. We try to take it really seriously. Like, we people talk about money and debt, very often and granted allier super transparent upfront and talk again, it feels shitty to be the broke one. When I have this debt, and my friends are going out job. Yeah. By working the internet TV. Like, it's this thing that you don't talk about. And they're, you know, say so many people everybody, you know, student loan debt is like near universal. It's like this awful thing, and it's fucking wild. Yeah. And the own and like, it's people who have student debt still telling people you need to get student and a college education to get to work here with me. Cycle. It feels like it's just getting us sustainable, the prices of college are going up so much and it's just like, yeah. Asking seventeen year old to sign on for one hundred and fifty two hundred thousand dollars worth they don't know. What that means? It's not right. I have I had. No, I didn't wanna go. I don't want to answer. I don't wanna talk to my mom and all when I was seventeen when my mom's like, you should go to this college. I was like, okay, fine angry, and you shouldn't make a floor life decision in that way. Mom, wasn't like you have to go to community college or military school run. At least where she sent me was like a liberal arts party school at the same time. I was like I was just like fine. Yeah. Okay. It's like the worst time of your life to make a decision that monumental really aren't equipped to really understand the ramifications of it's unfair. Also, I think to involve the parents so much decision. Because part of me did want to go far away to a beach. Like, I thought I was beach bomb. I was like, oh, I should go. School in California or or go to school in Florida. Like, my buddy, my you schoolfriend was going to university of Miami. Like not graduate from there. Be so dope to be in Miami for college. And then I'm going northwards colder, and but. I wish I would have made that I would have went to the university Hawaii. If someone was like, if my mom was not involved in the decision. I'll be like going Hawaii operated there. Come home only for the summer..

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"university hawaii" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The first time in forty years that we have a spacecraft designed for humans to fly and fly to stay safe was supposed to do. But he got home safe. Jason sounds SpaceX and Boeing or both under contract with NASA to transport astronauts, SpaceX could make that first trip this summer boxes. Evan brown. This is Fox News. Trending now on NewsRadio. Eight thirty K H VH Julian Norton Dennis Argosy university. Hawaii is expecting to abruptly shut down today leaving about eight hundred graduate and undergraduate students with few options midway through the semester students and alumni visited the downtown office yesterday to get their records and try to figure out where they could transfer to finish up their degrees. Argosy Hawaii catered mostly to adult students and offered a variety of degrees in fields such as business information technology, criminal Justice and clinical psychology. Obviously universities, owner dream center, education holdings, l l c was put into receivership January eighteenth in US district court in Ohio after being sued for failing to meet its financial obligations new university held the transfer fair yesterday to help students navigate their way forward other institutions reaching out to Argosy university. Students include the university of Hawaii Chaminade university Hawaii Pacific university as well as online schools, the White House of representatives is advancing a Bill that would decriminalize marijuana. The measure passed the house yesterday. It would apply to any adult found to be in possession of three grams or less offenders would be fine two hundred dollars instead of charged with a criminal offence. Anyone with more than three grams would still face the current punishment? It's a petty misdemeanor punishable by up to thirty days in jail as well as a possible fine of one thousand dollars. Civil engineers are not impressed by Hawaii's infrastructure, the American society of civil engineers. So what you -ception gave the state's infrastructure a deep plus reading in its inaugural report released yesterday. It looked at eleven categories roads. Schools in water were reported to be in poor condition from the NewsRadio eight thirty page news center. Much more at cage, VH radio dot com. Seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities improving access for the health of.

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"university hawaii" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"All right so there has been some research that suggest that potted and processed meats might increase the risk of cancer yes the fda still says no no it's fine bright there's two as in five is big year for that was at the university hawaii study yeah and they found that sixty seven percent a year sixty seven percent more likely develop a pancreatic cancer if you consume large amounts of processed meats right and the reason why is because that sodium nitrate that's what they think sodia well this is this is why they think it with some correlated right sodium nitrate itself is not a court a carcinogen that that preservative that they put in yet um but if you combined nitrite with an means in an means are found in meat um when they combine in their metabolize and they combine they form nitrosamines nitrosamines yeah yeah man i wish i would've said the right the first time those are carson agent most of them are um uh i can't remember who did it but somebody's sampled three hundred m nitrosamines in ninety percent of them were carcinogenic menam so we can make as as far as people think m nitrite into nitric nitrosamines so if we're eating cured meat were converting it into a carson jin in our body that's the fear cured meter process process cured meat but okay anything that has um sodium nitrate in it brett bacon cooking bacon make the curse energetic by under this logic right right right so there isn't like a direct causal link which is why the fda not doing anything press surprised but.

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"university hawaii" Discussed on CFR On the Record

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02:15 min | 4 years ago

"university hawaii" Discussed on CFR On the Record

"They learned hindi first and then go to in country for their immersion they comebacks huge difference in in that so i would say a i agree ah 100 percent with you being overseas there's nothing like it in every programme we have it involves and overseas stint but getting initial language acquisition by good teachers really helps and then when us want to add to that i just to say it also speaks for having more people when they do stay abroad go to more countries because forty percent now forty percent of americans go to four countries they go to the uk france germany and italy which is suzy's fences which is fine but we need to have more people going to more countries ciragan have they indepth immersion to our perfect promised unity hi my name is out of mckay and i run actually run a language school here in dc and one of my concerns is related to technology and the future and the future demand for language we talked about the language emerge emergency but to what extent can technology solve that and ten years out can we talk as our phone and had simultaneous translations in any language well let me say that we've been anticipating this for quite some time we actually establish a language technology center uh we put out an rfp your request for proposals from universities university hawaii when that award and they are now a center looking at how they can use technology to enhance already good language instruction that's very important that i say that because there's all kinds of uses for language technology lotta people do do lingo i actually do it because i like the challenge every day of making sure i don't lose the you know the progression to various different languages just do it um and it's also a thing about habit building technology but what we're trying to do in the the flagship technology innovation center out in hawaii in its available on the websites a wonderful website if you haven't seen it check it out what we're trying to do there is asked the question how can we take already really good language instruction.

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