18 Burst results for "University Of Illinois"

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You were great. The content you're putting together on the Olympians. Hey, Andrea. Ton of tax, please. Laundry. There are no fireworks at Navy Pier just remind. Oh, there's not gonna be fireworks. No Saturday or Sunday. Someone's going to have to invite me over and I'm gonna have to go watch a suburban one. So I'm telling you, it's like this year. You just gotta check. A lot of them are happening. We went through the Tribune's got this awesome list that goes like suburb by suburb town by town and explains what they're doing, so a lot of them are having them just that one's not happening happening in a few others, too. I think Deerfield I saw is not doing it this year. Self good idea to just go to the rooftop and and just look around me. Let's look at every direction. You can do that and like if you're in like a condo built Or something. And you're you know you can't you got a balcony or something? Get out there and and take a look. You'll see something. Oh, yeah. Hey, Today's Is it an important day to day? I think, right. Is that when, uh you are way it is today the day for the vaccination role that kicks in or something, Do you vibe? Yeah. So, no, I'm glad you brought that up, too. Because just this week we have announced that students at the U of I will be required to receive the Covid 19 vaccine upon returning in person for the fall semester. Um, and that move, Vanna. We had talked about this a little bit briefly aired earlier in the week. The move is in line with recommendations by the state. The American College Health Association, um and, of course, affecting mandates introduced that other higher institute institutions, including the PA. Northwestern and University of Chicago. So we're all in line. We do realize, though, that there are students who, for whatever reason might not be vaccinated or might not be able to be vaccinated. And those students will still be required to test twice a week where masks and practice social distancing But the good news, Joanna is that we are over 70% staff students and faculty at the You guys Champaner Banner campus, So we are On our way. We're trending upward and hope to get more than 80 to 90% of our students vaccinated before fall. Yeah, And the other thing, too. We should mention is today that law goes into effect about student athletes and they could start Uh, you know, making money on their name. They can get it. They can get an agent. They can sign up. If that's what they want to do. You can start, you know, hosting a camp. If you want to do that, all kinds of ways to kind of make some extra money on the side, I suppose. Absolutely. Yes. Governor Pritzker used the U. I campus to sign that bill I heard Ryan talking about in the news and debt right now is in effect. July one. Finally here, Andres, You want to ask you that you and I was just honored as a Purple heart university? What does that mean? This is so cool. I'm so glad you brought this up in the, um I was recognised just this week as a Purple Heart university. And it's because we have a veteran center on campus. The shape veterans better and outstanding contributions really to the military student community, and this particular reward honors universities that have a veterans facility on campus. And a purple heart recipient on staff, which we in fact, do that makes you buy the first school in the state of Illinois to get this designation, so it's just wonderful. You know, the school is such a great program for veterans. Veterans could live on campus in this facility and again long school tradition of support for the military and disability community that you would buy and this began all the way back in 1948, and a lot of people don't realize that curb cuts. When you're walking down the street and you see that the curb that is cut was actually you and I was the first campus the first community to instill curb cuts. Wow. Back in the late 19 forties for for the for the streets for the infrastructure. Yeah. How about that So much comes out of the university, Illinois?.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"When I saw you last at the whole thing Classic, I told you I was in love with Brandon Newman. And I still am in love with him. You've got to be so proud of what he's done. You know, He's an outstanding man. I'll tell you a quick story. Always tell my guys going into games a lot of times winner lose. I got to go home and do the dishes just, you know, Put it in perspective, Much is gonna win. So one of game Brandon High scoring games he sent me a snap of this dish is the next morning that close I got to do the dishes. So you know, probably I am on the court. I'm more like the young man off the court. He spectacular and, uh and I wish him the best. And I appreciate you taking time to call me Barrick. It's really great. Very cool man from Valpo. They'd be Crown 10.80 49 tonight. Coach. Good luck next week. Thanks So much for the golf It's great to hear you appreciate all you do for high school sport. You very kind. Thank you very much and hold away from I U P y joining me, Uh, game Where on the Air. Greg? Greg Strong. I said, basically, What we're doing today is sitting here watching two teams run up and down and make baskets And that was a fun wind at the Jags Hand over you. I see this afternoon. Yeah, it was really fun Win. I mean, I told you before the game, I thought it was a bad matchup. Chorus and boy, I was wrong because this bird's got going and J. Woman that got going mark. When Marcus gets going like that, he would generally looks the part of an NBA player offensively mean he Recorded it all three levels and his confidence is just soaring right now, so he doesn't care if you're throwing a boxing one at him. He really just takes on the challenge and kind of put the team on his back today. He did in Greg Ray strolls on hold is gonna call. You can join me here in a few minutes. But we commented that we have not done a game that door recollection where three guys knocked down 70 plus points. Yeah, You don't see very often, and I need to go back and do some homework and see when it last happened. But, yeah, you can't go into games thinking here. You have three guys go for 70 points. Unless it's an NBA game. You're playing 48 minutes and It just doesn't happen at the college level, and and honestly, they just they made shot. I mean, some of the degrees of difficulty on some of the shots they made or just through the roof, So I know a lot of times you I see what she's tipping their back and say, Hey, wait, defended well, and you just made a better shot. When you've got two weapons like that in jail in and Burke and then she goes and gets you, 20 and 10, and that's kind of icing on the cake and a lot of respect. You know what we appreciate the opportunity to have some fun and get paid and watch some ball and talk about it. It's a great life. I'm just telling you I couldn't agree with you more. I mean, it was a blast today, and, uh, it's just fun when you see a team, execute it. And don't don't let it go. I won't let it go without being mentioned. Mike diversion, get 14 assists and type of record and no turnovers and even now gonna take six straight games without too many turnovers from the point guard spot, so That that's that's a rod to put on one guy shoulders to make those other guys go. He's a gamer getting it now The cool thing is, we all get a chance to do it again tomorrow. I know what I'm really intrigued to see how both teams come out because by day's end, obviously I do. I had a lot of energy. He was a little deflated, so I'm really curious to see what the first five Eight minutes of tomorrow's games in the hold, But yeah, I'm excited. Let's give me another fun one tomorrow another fun one tomorrow and we're gonna get a chance to talk about it on the show tomorrow night. E got about a minute or so here Where are we now in the standings. You know, So, uh, the Horizon league obviously need I've talked about this officer is gonna try to go on to a different model. So you get rewarded for road winds and your strength of schedule plays a part so The Jags are still towards the bottom third, but inching upward. Robert Morris gotta win over Oakland tonight. So that helps so So yeah. Produce Fort Wayne lost the game tonight. So so if you get this week tomorrow, I see maybe reaching up to the eight or nine spot. Good. Now we're talking all right, and hold the way you py. Beating university, Illinois Chicago today. 89 69 the final My broadcast partner, Greg Greg, stroke coming up in just a second got more basketball. The talk about they'll be in action tomorrow at the Indian farmers. Coliseum. Uh, at the fairgrounds. We're talking about that more basketball coming upon network. Indiana, Indiana Sports talk. Stay. She.

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FDA gives Pfizer coronavirus vaccine emergency use authorization

News, Traffic and Weather

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

FDA gives Pfizer coronavirus vaccine emergency use authorization

"Trump says This is one of the greatest scientific accomplishments in history. Visors Corona virus vaccine Granted emergency use authorization Friday by the FDA, FedEx and UPS will handle distribution. ABC is Alex Perez. Is that a five year facility in Portage Portage Michigan Michigan Michigan to to to 2.9 2.9 2.9 million million million doses doses doses that that that are are are gonna gonna gonna be be be part part part of of of that that that first first first batch? batch? batch? They're They're They're already already already all all all prepared. prepared. prepared. All All All in in in vials vials vials are are are stored stored stored in in in Special Special Special freezers freezers freezers here here here at at at the the the facility. facility. facility. Those Those Those freezers freezers freezers keep it at the extremely cold temperatures that it needs to be at now. Those vials in trays will now be placed into boxes. Those boxes are also equipped to keep the vaccine at that cold temperature, and then it's gonna be loaded onto trucks and those trucks. Many of them will be headed out to airports, and so begins the process of distributing this. More than 600 addresses across all 50 states leaders of those states are urging patients is Friday was the deadliest day of the pandemic. In the U. S. There were thirty three hundred nine deaths reported, according to Johns Hopkins University. Illinois

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"university illinois" Discussed on Completely Useless

Completely Useless

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on Completely Useless

"Brad. I guess so. I guess yeah. So why are you people chickens. All we'll actually eighteen six gooding. I would take a class on that of the history of fried chicken chicken. Fuck yeah you can like that. Yeah i would love to take the classroom. Fried chicken like like school. No i mean like a look at my room you can afford to go to. I can barely afford the community. College down the street like nah. No harry causes. They're probably the price for going to college. Has gone up. If i would've known that units were going to be. I think it's like last check. They were like fifty six dollars a unit down at palomar community college. When i first went to college they were twenty five dollars a unit. If i would've known that i would definitely gone to college. Oh you would've finished. I would miss fuck out knowing that how you how much cheaper would have been. Yeah i would've finished out of principle of not paying more. Well you know what. I never even tried going to college. So we'll get to you. Wait not even. You didn't even try going into like a class or you don't know nothing now. I was horrible at school so i was horrible at school. And the education system in this country garbage. So i've been college was out of the college was really going to do anything for media crack unless i decided to become a teacher. Adopter assumptions then. I need a college. But i never felt like there was anything in it for me. You know i was. How good i'm doing did you. Did you go to like community college or did you actually go to state college her half the schools in illinois school too expensive so i left announced me by two half years. Then i went to University illinois chicago. I graduated from there..

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"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"A bad guy just can't visit. Well, that's right. And and the bad guy in this form is robotic. It's not necessarily someone who's hacking you personally, and I think that's a very big misconception that I that I see with that, with regard to Ah, the dreaded windows 10, and I mean well, anything's better than eight, of course, but with 10 that they claim you can control those updates. But if you look a little closer, you can't control the security definition updates unless you are going to make changes to your registry and things like Like that. I wish to be like they were better at doing that without knocking programs off because when you run radio stations, and I have a few of them I wind up sometimes being off the air because of the Windows 10 update. And I know I think that's the unintended consequence. Right? You can never have the perfect scenario. No. And you, you know, and so either you take your lumps. Or, you know, basically, now they're allowing you to delay it for a while now. Not all of it again. Not long. I'm pro everywhere. But even that, not all of it If you look at them unless you found something. I don't know if I could make registered registry changes, or I could, you know, disable the whole thing. But then I've defeated the entire process. But I was I was surprised to see some of those definitions. I don't care how long it delay everything else. They're coming through. Well, that would be the virus definition as opposed to well and and some of those virus they might as well hit control. Alt. Delete. Yeah. Yeah, you know, I mean, I can't be an apologist for them. I wish they did a better job, too. I was recently knocked off line because of enough date patch myself. It happens. Everyone. Yes, I guess that's just kind of our great new world. Yeah, and it but it seems that they do. It was with wanton disregard an alarming regularity and also it's not necessarily the same machine to machine which is a whole other discussion. Of course, but right And you know, so much has changed in the weight stock was developed again. This could be another urine conversation. Tohave the difference. Devil Persons, the old waterfall and running through testing cycles. All right right now, for so much of this software nowadays the user is the tester. Yes, absolutely. But you know is if you go back to Yeah, But if you go back to the 6, 40 K prompt and Borland and things like this, you've you've been a tester for a long time. So it's a It's nothing terribly new. I'm not. I'm not expecting it to be a utility where I turn it on, and it just works. Well, this has been great. And I have to ask you because we do need to talk about covert 19 scams. We didn't even get into him and they are a big problem. So will you join us again? Absolutely is a wonderful conversation enjoyed intimate. Alright, thanks. Jason will talk to you soon. Jason Glasper Kasaba dot And as I was saying, you know, you saw a UFO in 1950. Basically, you kept your mouth shut. Maybe That's also true if your commercial pilot today but for the rest of us now we don't need our UFO abduction insurance to protect us against all the all the mental maligning that will in encounter. It's a fairly open subject, and there actually is a center for U F O Studies, see UFOs dot org's And Mark Rod Iger has been president and scientific director there since 1986 thanks for joining US, Marc on W G N radio. Hey, Good evening. Raleigh. Thanks for the chance to be on and speak with here. Yeah, I'm always fascinated about this. And I think that most most people would agree other than those who are so hard core set against this can't possibly be be reality. And with that in mind if this were prior to Roswell, certainly if If people were to talk about this, there might be a lot of people in the room who were said dead set against it at this point in time. How open is the general public to saying Yeah, I seen a UFO are unaware of them are you know they happen? As you said just a moment ago, much more so than years ago. You know, when I first got involved in the field was before 86. When I volunteered at the center and Dr J. Allen Hynek was still alive and running it. Um, it was much more common to hide. Your interest and certainly not to reveal the fact that you had a sighting with even your family, let alone announced that to the public Well, but nowadays people don't rarely feel ill at ease talking about admitting things about it. And yes, even saying that they've had a sighting. It's It's interesting because you are into B s and astrophysics from IOU in 1975, and I could imagine at that time had this topic been brought up in some of these classes. You would have had professors that we're ready to club you for even discussing this. I actually did because I just volunteered at the center. And I managed to get the university through like the student union to have doctor had to come down to give a lecture. Um and that was you know, you could do. That was so the student union, not the astrophysics department, But of course they found out. You know, I was like behind that and that didn't go over too. Well, I'll bet I would love to see that now. More. Interestingly, after going over to England and studying you got your Emma and PhD from University, Illinois, Chicago in sociology, and you know, you might.

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"university illinois" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"I'm your host, Bill McKinney. We are fact here in the studio. You know, the last few weeks, we've been doing a combination of solo shows where I have been talking about. The elements of innovation. Innovation programs can also updating some of the content that quite honestly we shared on the show, probably a decade ago, back in the early days. We've also been bringing on guests and experts. And what's important for me is not just to bring in people who have the theory, but it's also about people who've actually done it. They give you a good practical advice. But also to give you the unvarnished truth about what does it really take to take your ideas and turn them into reality, and today is no different for that. We bring on an expert who's been around for many, many years have seen it all and Ah, and it's quite funny. We were talking before the show. But the fact that we haven't really met prior to this Lublin. We start talking about who you know, and experience is that it tends Tio tio across those fast So let me bring on our guest today, Jeff to grab Jeff, Thanks for joining us here today that killed innovations. Well, thanks for having me on Now, if you are, how do you describe yourself? Now? You are a professor at the University of Michigan. You're wearing your Michigan regalia there, right? Okay. I'm a university, Illinois guy here. Gotta be a little. You know, a little careful. You know, if the worst if you said you were ah, Notre Dame, then we'd really have a problem. Yeah. So, yeah, you know, it's interesting. I'm I think I'm the end of the whole line of what professors used to be iced call used to call them practice Demming X. So in the old days, you know you were expected to not only you. No right to have a theory and oven NSF Grant. You are also expected to be in companies. And so when I was brought to Michigan, I was brought there by Robert Quinn who, you know if you know anything about organizational elements seeking Prahlad, the most famous innovation strategist of the 20th century for sure. So so I was around people who did that. It's a little different now. I just leave it that way. But what's your background? I mean, we talked before from the start of the show. About some overlap that we had it back in the early days of Silicon Valley, but yeah, you did You go straight through to get your PhD here, Did you? Yeah, I'm I'm the archetypal You know, I'm from the Midwest. I came to college as a Teamster and a wrestler. It's how I got into college is terrible Student And when I got to college, it just was like a fish in water. Because I don't do well with a lot of rules. You know, I never did. I'm not a very structured person that way. But I'm really motivated person and a very unorthodox so What happened was when I was at Michigan doing my master's degree. I came to study with a guy named Rudolf Arnheim, too. Now to your listeners. If you know anything about history of creativity, it starts at the University of Berlin in 1900, a man named Max for timer has to fry students Kurt Lewin, who creates organizational psychology. Little Fahrenheit. So if you're a design thinker, this is the guy. I'm his last graduate student. And while I'm trying to form my committee, he has a stroke and he can't be in my committee. So I transferred to the University of Wisconsin. And what happened. There was amazing. I worked for a center there that had gotten one of the first three super computers in the country. So I got to work on what are called cognitive inquiry strategies. How to make this this big pile of bolts. Think So I'm 25. When I graduate. I'm a boy. I'm an advisor on what's called Applied Integrated Systems to Apple and Steve Jobs is he's been pushed out. And I took a job that stunned everybody had a job at a job offer at an Ivy League school and a medic guy is you can't make this stuff up. I bet a guy in a hippie bar who worked for a guy who had $20 million pizza company And he said, We're doing really cool stuff. And I must have had beers with him like six or seven times and I finally just said, You know what? This is what I want to do. So what I did was I signed up. This $20 million pizza company became kind. That's right about the title. The dean of innovation built all kinds of stuff. We get into that if you want to, but five years later, and $5 billion later, I sold the company to Mitt Romney was Domino's pizza, right? So you know, it was one of those crazy things you do when you're young and I learned about business by building one. And then And then after that, what was interesting is when they brought me to Michigan. I remember telling Bob Quinn I don't want to teach MBA is their dull, drab and awful. You can hear them, I think, and he laughed and said, That's why we watch here now we got to remember Phil back in the day. You know, there was only my crate, Stanford and and I'm the You know, he's much older than I am. And I was a boy. And, you know, everybody looked a scans. And then what happened was interesting. Then the whole world turns in the nineties. You start getting kids. You know, the Larry pages and all those kids come out of your programs, right? And all of a sudden you're not crazy, But I will say the first five or six years that I was there. People thought I had, you know, three heads and And so I guess even a stopped clock is right. Twice a day. I'm more of a Forrest Gump character that I am. Any sort of grand plan. Talk about the mostly it was the verse of the Accidental Professor startles you stumble into wherever you That's actually true. And I've always had a portfolio life so very early on, I built the innovate tree in labs. People forget this before we were, in fact that some of those people came out and looked at our labs. How we did it. But sometimes called creativity clusters, right where you are. You're doing the work that the organization can't I cross foundry in Michigan is the sex people don't know. This is the second largest research university in the planet behind buckets. Right. It's a very large research place, so the notion is you've got to get those people together in places where somebody's not trying to pick your pocket or there's not some argument over 10 years. So with the Hayworth company I threw in, you know, X amount. They threw an X amount. We acquired the bank across the street toward the front off of it and gave keys to the seven coolest professors. We knew said We're not interested in you old guys. For your kids for your.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And affiliates. It's 6 38 Monday morning House called Time Dr Kevin most chief medical officer at North Western Medicine. Central Page Hospital is on the line. Doc, How you doing today? The judge Bob House after a start. I'm doing great, though. How are you? I'm back. But John Land Decker is filling in hero calm He's on this afternoon. And let's start off with the president's announcement yesterday, President Trump announced Sunday the emergency authorization of convalescent plasma for covert 19 patients. He called it a breakthrough. One of his top health officials said it was promising. Other health experts said. This needs more study before it's celebrated. Do we need more information on this before we before we come in, Doc? Yeah, I would say before we have a rally at a picnic. We certainly need to make sure we do more study and it obviously now we've been using combos and plasma for months now, so this is not anything new and breaking We've used it for numerous numerous patients at Northwestern, and essentially what everyone needs to know about. It is this is taking plasma from an individual who had co bit in the past. So essentially, we go and take their blood. We felt we separated between the red blood cells in their plasma, and then we take that plasma and give it to someone who's actively infected. The reason being is all what we've been talking about. If you think about once you have that infection, you have antibodies and therefore you get protection so we're doing is we're taking the individuals who have the upper body and giving it to the individuals who are sick. To try to get this to slow the illness or stop the illness. It's been, you know, numerous trials across the United States and we had good results. We've actually had really good shape results, which is probably the most important, But now we're looking at the effectiveness of this shorten the duration of the illness doesn't prevent death. It doesn't prevent the advancement to a point of meeting ventilator support. To be continued, I guess. Let's talk about Ah, the university Illinois plan and they seem to be doing everything right down in Champaign. Don't think they do you know? I did my undergrad at University of Kansas but received my MBA from University of Notre Dame and a little disappointing when you see what happened at Notre Dame, and you see what happened at UNC Chapel Hill in the news where you see the large off campus parties, and then next thing you know, hundreds of people have tested positive. You guys taking a great Stan and I'm really very interested to see how this plays out because it could be the model going forward for those who you don't know what you have eyes doing. What they're doing is every student at U of I will be tested to times a week. Now you say Wait a second. We have enough study material and supplies to do this. They're using their new study that you have I actually developed, which was very similar to the Yale of Ah, Test, which is a saliva test, So it's not taking anything out of the public's use of testing, so we're not going to diminish that at all. But they will test every student twice a week. When they do identify them. They will isolate Minister on in campus housing have 400 quarantine rooms where they put the individuals. If they're on off campus housing. They will be quarantined with whoever there with in their housing, and those individuals will be tested every day. They could do 10,000 tests today, So if you think about our goal Of identifying asymptomatic people early as possible and isolating them boy getting tested twice a week. If you think we did that across the country, so you guys really, I think done a great job. You would hope that the students there take up the pride of knowing that they could be the leaders and really watch what they do with their off campus behavior. We Sprinkle in a few questions that were emailed to us or texted to us. Ah mean doctor most I'm a teacher returning to in person learning, And my question is, Is it better to have windows open or closed? We do have a good H vac system with quality airflow. Yes, white. Still, I say this time of the year day like today, obviously 2090 something you know If I'd talk to your engineers and see how many times you get recirculated air through the through the H vac system, But for the most part, the best thing would be to have teachers with the system running so that they're circulating air as well as having those windows open. We know that the amount of delusion that air Khun do just from open windows will certainly be very beneficial and we need to do that early, because obviously, as we get in deeper into the year, the ability to keep those windows open, it's going to diminish quickly. Very few schools. They're going open live right now. So those that too We will be watching them very closely to see how the H Vac systems work as well as the open air, and hopefully they're really tracking and monitoring that because it will be very powerful information for the spring when we see more schools going backto live classes and we're told that the question to ask now is is thie is the system. There's a system have a Merv 13 filter. That's the Magic number and the magic filter, isn't it? Yeah, You know, those are going to be the filters that you want are essentially going to be the ones that take out the finest particles that you possibly can. Obviously, viruses are very small, but you're starting to see more and more technology that can allow these systems to run the heir to the filters that will eliminate it. Talk about N 95, Mass similar to that, where 95% of the particulate. They're going to be blocked and being inhaled, So that's what we're really looking at. In all the circulatory systems for all the major building south. We got an email here from Christine, who says she has to take her first road test in years of the D M V. They indicate they will place plastic in my car. But the front seat of a car is tiny and too close, isn't it? What can you do? Just I would assume, just make sure you and the other person that car both wearing a mask, right? Absolutely. They will all have massed on there would be no, it's possibly clean as possible on dimes. Sure that these tests are going to be short. Remember, we look at an exposure were saying, 15 minutes. Within 6 ft. To say, Boy, if I test is longer than that that again is without masks. Soapy are both wearing a mask. And you're in that car for a short period of time and again, this would be home. What? We just talked about the students. Open up the windows to the car. Of the air circulating. Now it's a very short period of time. When we look at safety will also look after looking to safety on the road. So the importance of doing these tests is still very, very important that we have safe drivers out there as well. So I think they're going to take every precaution and you can as well Keep those windows down. Keep the mass on and I'm sure that the driver test is gonna be a fairly short these days. Hang on doctor most after a quick break, among other things, I want to talk to you about vaccines right now. Let's talk about the weather, which is going to be hot for a few days. Steve. Yeah, we're talking mid nineties hot, maybe 95 by Wednesday and.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Work and start practicing, and I started practicing Andalucian into videos and them, Tio debate like Make some again, Kennedy. You know how it their approach. Who was that? How? How ended. If you know how to start listening to that you're gonna develop a sense the most people who have all the sense they don't have. So all of this keeping what I already know. I'm sorry I didn't. I didn't also just deep in what I already have. Yes. And But you know what if I need to evaluate someone a sense off feelings? Oh, our family line to me. I wouldn't. I wouldn't go more for the words they used in the body language they use because when we were kids, how many's can't happen to you? That For example, your father said, um, that you're both calling. Then ifyou're okay, don't tell him I'm barbecue. Tell him I'm sick. So don't tell your dad that we went to the mall are going to get you MacDonald. So when happening we have learned with time to control our emotions and control our body. But nobody tell has tell us how to control the words. Teo. I would say that if you keep practicing and you can believe in and you can have a lot of audio books talking about these and you talk, and you can get out of books about taming analysis ofthe forensic analyses, you can develop a way to the terminus. Somebody's deceiving you or these honest with you by only the words on the tongue. So I would just keep working on that because you're going to develop a high sense ofthe understanding in anybody else around you. Okay? Alright, Mark. Thanks for the call. Here's a quick call from Seu Ahn wg and go ahead. Hi. Hi. Good morning. Thank you particular call. Yeah. I just mention that I'm a friend of mine. She's been blind since birth, and ah That Again. Well, since we cannot look into each other's eyes like we were like I was still just idiocy. We have a new entry into the knucklehead theater category. And, yes, our old friend Thom Brennaman is going to make it make his way in. We gonna play this for you? If you have not heard it. It really is something. We do that in just a few minutes because it's um he's Tom has just announced that Tom just lost his football gig now. With Fox Sports. He has been indefinitely suspended from his play by play activities there. Well, I don't know we'll play it. I think there are multiple infractions here, the first of the initial infraction of what he said. And it was a hot mic moment and he didn't know he was saying it. And it was a dumb thing for him to say. Is this a cancel able offense? I'll let you decide that. But I'll say this about it. How he about fast head head some hair on it as well. So we will. We'll play all of that for you. Also coming on the program to the five o'clock news. We have got Robert Jones, chancellor of the University of Illinois. He is going to tell us about this really? Amazing breakthrough that Illinois has made. In the fight against Cove it they have a new test. It's a saliva test. We're going to be giving it to the students and the faculty as arriving on campus in champagne Havana, telling you, man. This could be one of the other great contributions University Illinois has given to humanity. I think the computer was a pretty good one. This one might be pretty good, too. So we'll talk to him coming up the top of the five o'clock hour. Also, it's Thursdays with Terry Terry Savage will be here. And well, you know, she likes to show up on Thursdays and help you count your money and find your money if you're missing your money, and there's a lot to talk about their today as well. And then Mr Richard Robert's gonna be here in the six o'clock hour movie theaters are open. Today. And some other movie The AMC is open today. They started Then there's going to be a couple of other that are going to be jumping into the fray this weekend. It's all about it. But first let's check in with Mary Van Pelt. What's happening The traffic in the weather, Sunny and 83 degrees. Clear, comfortable tonight. Low 65 for Friday sunny and warm with a high of 89 traffic sponsored by sleep number and traffic troubles all over the place on the outbound side of the Kennedy. It's slow up to Nagel in about an accident. Washington has just been cleared about 32. Heading in from O'Hare. Eisenhower's up to an hour and five minutes out 23 90 very tight out to Harlem 50 minutes coming in from 3 90, also on the Steven said an accident about 55 at 83. Still our five in from 3 55 inbound side of the Ryan Nah. Pad slow on Lake Shore Drive south and in Chicago Avenue Outbound bishop for the Dalton accident there..

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"university illinois" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"That that's a way to kind of, you know, shore up that that that attack point by the Trump campaign, so that's going to play. Well, I think in this hot long summer of 2020 I agree, And you mentioned that that Harris could sure of black support. But that point that you just mentioned is also something that skeptics African American skeptics of Kamala Harris had said, has turned her off from them. So that's definitely something that the Trump campaign he can use to cut away from biting support at the margins, which, as we know, this is probably going to turn into a margins game. The closer we get to November Well, she probably will excite the African American vote that didn't come out for Hillary Clinton in Detroit that didn't come out for Hillary Clinton in Milwaukee that didn't come out for Hillary Clinton in Urban, Pennsylvania, Philly and Pittsburgh and other areas. So in that in that, that category, she's probably just a great great choice to turn out that vote. Well, thank you. Much appreciated Maya. Nice making your acquaintance and we'll read more at politico dot com. Absolutely. Thanks for having me take care. Dick Simpson believes advocates for the governor's bill to have progressive income tax face a riel tough task tougher than those opposing it because it requires an affirmative vote you're asking will to say Sure, I trust Illinois and I want them to have more of my money will start there with Dick Simpson Get his take on Biden's VP pick. And other items of interest and the mayor's troubles and how she's faring. Dick Simpson University, Illinois Chicago professor head of the school's political science department author, filmmaker Former Chicago alderman joins us Next on Double D. L S.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"How did that information get relate to you? And then personally? What was that feeling like having to make that announcement? Yeah, I knew I was instantly going to be the bad guy on Wednesday because we had two games Wednesday night playing games for Thursday, and during each game they had decided. I think our way into the first game that Thursday through Sunday they were gonna continue the tournament. They thought that they weren't gonna have fans. And so there are some reps from the Big 10 who were in my ear saying, Hey, we're gonna have some four year shortly. And literally a guy handed a laptop over my right hand shoulder and I said it in front of me, and I read it. And of course, there was more than a smattering of boos. Yeah, yeah, but you don't shoot the messenger, and so I had to read that a few times each game And then Thursday, we all thought, Well, maybe we're going to get some games and even though there aren't fans and we were preparing Teams are on the court warming up. We just had a meeting with the officials back underneath the stadium there and, um actually, the person who is doing the national anthem was standing in front of me. We're about two minutes away from the anthem. When all of a sudden that cleared the court and again handed me a laptop over my shoulder and said, Read this on and I read it and everybody left. The rest is history. Tim Timpson. Claire's The Voice for the Pacers. Just got a few minutes left. I don't know what you're you're family situation is Tim. I don't know how you feel about going down to Orlando for what looks to be a couple of months. What? How do you feel about being away from home? Where do you live? How far you're gonna have to travel on DH? How do you feel about being quarantined away from everybody? I live in Champagne, Illinois, So I'm about an hour and 45 minutes away. They're from from Indy, but I do a lot of work here with University, Illinois and in Chicago as well for various events. I'm divorced, but I do have two boys and so I sat down with them on father say. And said, Look here. Here's the opportunity in front of us. What do you think they're huge MBA fans and no no, none of us like not seeing each other for a while. I think everybody is aware that it's the opportunity of a lifetime. That's sort of Ah, one time saying that hopefully will never, ever happen again. And so we're all on the same page of Hey, let's go. Let's do this. When I come back, we'll have opportunities both in the sports world and and otherwise to do a lot of fun stuff together, So that is easily the downside. The safety side, though, man they call this the happiest the happiest place on earth. And I truly believe that for those three months, it's gonna be the cleanest place on Earth to the N B. A is doing everything they can to make sure you know it's way more risky for me to go to Walmart than there is for me to go there right now. So I'm not worried about that at all. How many pairs of underpants Japan planet packed him, You know that. That's a great question, actually, because Right. And I don't have the low down on the laundry situation. I want to figure that out before you get down there. Yeah, Yeah. If I bring, like for a lot more than four, and I'm gonna be there for at least five weeks. Probably not enough. Timpson, Claire Voice for the Pacers heading down to the bubble in Orlando. Teo be the voice for the MBA. Hey, 10. Best of luck. Stay safe. It will talk to you again soon, man. Thanks, guys. Anytime. Happy weekend Mash 93. I don't understand why we don't have a proactive plan. This is what's happening. Downtown businesses air still boarded up getting city back on its feet. Rotavirus restrictions hampering business. Very latest Obamacare, Donald Trump infused and his senses crusade against health coverage, frequent updates. Democrats saying defund the police the birth of a new movement in our country at the top and bottom. The virus has not gone anywhere. Can't wish it away. 93 w E B C Mobile news Hello there. Terry Stacey here with the WNBC neighbor to Neighbor.

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"university illinois" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"Get up. Yeah but yeah, so life is coming back. That's the that's the important thing we can go outside. We can go indoors. We can use the restroom life as we used to know it. has restarted must start an APP of a restroom APP. Finder the most cleanline- your radio public restroom. You know if you're anywhere in a city, pull it up. This is where you can use the restroom free. Feel like it would be convenient. Now. I don't know how you. MONETIZE that but I'm sure there's a way just collect data. Tracking people just meet trapping everybody exactly well. We have on the show the rest of the week. We have guests on Friday We have a guest on Friday, but it's confirmed so not going to give you a name. but we do have. We've got things in the in the hopper we've got. We do hitching talk Currently who's committed journeys that Clark Liam, Bowen. Yes, we're GONNA have a pitching talk. Zach Clark Race scowls on the show earlier this year Liam. Villain NBC head coach also on the show Ryan Copeland University Illinois Springfield super, smart pitching, Guy, they're all gonna be in maybe another all star squad bride's moderate. That's GONNA. Be Fun that's in the works, also the cage match between Jefferson and Richard, I suppose. we do have a couple of other people that haven't been yet I. Still Not Allen Nathan on the show. eventually get around to him. and then some of the people who are back in Major League baseball would. PROBABLY MISSED OUR WINDOW But You know so be. will be will be taping showed Sim Murray He was he was co broadcaster with Adam. Bowl. We just had on a recent episode, but now works for. Westwood One. He's out in DC. I think I believe. He hosts once called the daily line. sports gambling show every morning. I WANNA say it's one could be wrong about that. NBC Sports Radio. Maybe we'll. We'll get usually wrong, so that sounds that sounds right Yep. I will thanks for being here. This was the morning brushback. I'm Dan Blewett your bobby Stevens camp. What is what sign up oh? But one last thing before we go, you're actually listening. Leave us a review on itunes. It's mandatory. Thank you your consideration. Now it's mandatory. Thank you for your consideration. Goodbye!.

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"university illinois" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"Get up. Yeah but yeah, so life is coming back. That's the that's the important thing we can go outside. We can go indoors. We can use the restroom life as we used to know it. has restarted must start an APP of a restroom APP. Finder the most cleanline- your radio public restroom. You know if you're anywhere in a city, pull it up. This is where you can use the restroom free. Feel like it would be convenient. Now. I don't know how you. MONETIZE that but I'm sure there's a way just collect data. Tracking people just meet trapping everybody exactly well. We have on the show the rest of the week. We have guests on Friday We have a guest on Friday, but it's confirmed so not going to give you a name. but we do have. We've got things in the in the hopper we've got. We do hitching talk Currently who's committed journeys that Clark Liam, Bowen. Yes, we're GONNA have a pitching talk. Zach Clark Race scowls on the show earlier this year Liam. Villain NBC head coach also on the show Ryan Copeland University Illinois Springfield super, smart pitching, Guy, they're all gonna be in maybe another all star squad bride's moderate. That's GONNA. Be Fun that's in the works, also the cage match between Jefferson and Richard, I suppose. we do have a couple of other people that haven't been yet I. Still Not Allen Nathan on the show. eventually get around to him. and then some of the people who are back in Major League baseball would. PROBABLY MISSED OUR WINDOW But You know so be. will be will be taping showed Sim Murray He was he was co broadcaster with Adam. Bowl. We just had on a recent episode, but now works for. Westwood One. He's out in DC. I think I believe. He hosts once called the daily line. sports gambling show every morning. I WANNA say it's one could be wrong about that. NBC Sports Radio. Maybe we'll. We'll get usually wrong, so that sounds that sounds right Yep. I will thanks for being here. This was the morning brushback. I'm Dan Blewett your bobby Stevens camp. What is what sign up oh? But one last thing before we go, you're actually listening. Leave us a review on itunes. It's mandatory. Thank you your consideration. Now it's mandatory. Thank you for your consideration. Goodbye!.

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"university illinois" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"One thousand on the all Chicago at on ESPN one thousand seven to see the passing of Landon Sonny **** knows about icons in sports definitely lead instantly **** with that king basketball team for generations you raise a kid is reading about his team to going to some of those king simi on games are back in the day former king coach who won three state titles and father in three games passed away is reading Paul solvents piece in the Tribune of regarding our land in city **** what eight eighty great coach and for those that are not into high school basketball as it was you know twenty thirty years ago tell you something there was something about those games were Landon Sonny **** when his kings teams came into the gym it was just it was a different temperature when they would come in because you knew you're gonna see something special our consequences nineteen nineteen thirty eight took over the king program in nineteen eighty one I compiled again five hundred three wins in twenty years it just it just amazing Robert Smith this should be our coach says that **** the coaching mentor and you think about Sonny **** is someone at the what I remember going to those king simi on games is how well dressed he was three piece suits always had jewelry always with the best watch but he also had disdain for the media at times that two things the media and referees downstate because when you had a jolly Selby Oliver is Robinson a Leon Smith Amari Sawyer Thomas Hamilton when you saw those players being in a position to win one thing for sure Davis is that he had to Spain for those downstate rough because the way it was called the public league was not called down there downstate in Peoria and so then he was not a big fan sometimes a very tempting to cover that the high school beat in the Tribune EDM number after I was a really big win for king about that was for you Ted Ginn that's for you and you just love to be able to just point the camera so I just remember how great he was and his type of music you know use a jazz player of the user accomplished jazz musician so I'll remember that you need to talk about late eighties early nineties he was that when it comes to high school basketball the display is still to this day speak very fondly of them I have a opportunity to have a relation were Rashard Griffith and he has a training academy he still speaks fondly of the principles and everything that was established with sun Sonny **** with him a king and Jamie Brandon was another great player Marcus liberty that ended up a university Illinois on a great fight align a team in the final four so absolutely a ton of talent came through this man and he hist they all turned out to be great man Leon Smith I think was the only one of battle with some things when he was drafted to the NBA player most of that that went through his program ended up being very good man yeah so you know that you know you talk about you know talk about the the thunder on forty fourth street you know over there thank you he had some great teams and some great battles in the publicly we'll talk more about him long form tomorrow but just want to make sure that we said something about him tonight about are the longtime king coach Landon **** who passed away who was spectacular with his teams and really churned out some great talent how that king program or if your wrestling fan nor one tell them to come to listen to advice because we have got Tuesday wrestling Tuesday coming up next six hundred one of the Chicago school for.

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"university illinois" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:21 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And I went to college together then that that almost influenced all of the bumpers I was going to play tonight I almost played like eldest brother's and combo audio and and Adrian Ballou and some of the other hot tax but when we heard the university Illinois Champaign Urbana so I didn't as it turns out but partly because I think it's so much more interesting if these reflections about all the different ways we talk about the brain and we talk about the mind and the ways in which we both escape into it and away from it and I think a copy see this is what makes us our self awareness is part of how we define that level of mental acuity which is sort of a hallmark of of homo sapiens that we are for better or for worse you know where we can meet navel gazers more than other animal species are who don't spend a lot of time reflecting on existentialist use like we do but that's where this book bring defense you really hit on a couple of these and that's what I'm looking forward to getting some more comments on the phones but why give the number up early your one of the things that people have been mentioning is that in fact the PTSD piece of this and it how it is not that you wrote about it here in this case but that we are there are environmental issues there's a guy named toxic Reverend who who post things on my Twitter feed and he's very interested and contamination of water and how it is that the some of those issues we were we're just beginning to understand much like when we first learned about you know Led death and the effect that it had on the brain you know fifty sixty years ago before they stopped having lead paint but there are other environmental issues out there we haven't even begun to to codify yet you're absolutely right I mean we may be and years down the road long term effects from people who were drinking the water in flint Michigan for example right you're right that there are all sorts of toxins that definitely have an effect in our brains and probably even more vulnerable are our children as we discussed in the last segment about you know who are strangers to developing and can be compromised by by all sorts of taxes right muscles soften the eleven year old by the way that some you're descending into such a fun faith but so here's a guy named Tony who on Twitter by the way if you want to follow me on Twitter it's at Deakin pundit would you ask your guest if there's a correlation between insanity and the stories of people gaining these near superhero like powers when something tragic happens and I think okay you know I haven't really thought about that is there's almost like I mean if there is a cat it seems almost like a correlation I kind of temporary insanity where we suspend our own disbelief that we could lift up a car if it had fallen on somebody we're certainly theoretically who have no business touching up cars are certainly doing that because their mind says you have to do that in order to save somebody you're right so why couldn't speak directly to inspect the link of insanity to to those sorts of acts when I think of them as you mentioned people are capable of extraordinary things under extraordinary circumstances right I mean that's this this notion of of heroism this is so fascinating to me about how people are able to pull from within themselves right untapped strength both physical and mental to overcome all sorts of all sorts of challenges and and and and tragedies I mean you know the money it is this is as much as we know about it and I've interviewed many neuroscientists over the years a lot of them will still claim ignorance of of of the brain and in so many ways I mean we have these technological capabilities that are really stunning down which we can see in real time the play is working how it is reacted right yet still if it remains you know much a mystery to us you know I I like in that a little bit to no we have a we have a film of the Kennedy assassination and we still don't know exactly what happened and it's on film yeah you know I mean this is sherry this sometimes it's just the angle or what's just out of frame as it were there was something you mentioned in the book that I wanted to probe for you before we go any further and that's that that idea of glucose around it this particular assist for Herbert Weinstein which again the the central story in the brain defense how what what is that glucose which I'm just assuming it's just sugar in in some form within the bloodstream but how is it that sugar would be some sort of indicator of his ability to function or or to perpetrate a crime so we're not getting into the weeds but it's a very interesting so what to referring to is called glucose metabolism our brains are hungry and so when our brains in order for our brains to function the process will close it's it's it's it's the states to function and so when our brains are functioning properly there metabolizing glucose and so that is what you can see through a pet scan is what they're seeing is glucose metabolism it's an area of the brain is lacking post metabolism it is not functioning it's fast it's almost it's like fuel it's like a car if the brain is not fed properly certain areas of our brain they're not functioning well it's a what a pet scan will show it is a complicated process involving injecting a a real active isotope actually into the bloodstream that can help detect this glucose metabolism so that's basically what that glucose metabolism shows I was interested when you were talking to all of these newer neuro scientist one of my favorite interviews on coast to coast from probably a decade ago was a neuroscientist named Andrew Newberg who is a professor emeritus at I think at Penn state although he may be an active professor also at another school but it made it was at least at one point I think he was a research fellow at the university of of Pennsylvania which has this like minded religion and ethics concentration and he did his work was as a neuroscientist who studied the relationship between brain function and mental states and something which he was pioneering called neuro theology and what he was determining was that doing brain scans of people in prayer and meditation any type of ritual even if it's a nominal the leaf like it doesn't they don't have to be zealots but the brain functions at a higher level in some sort of meditative or prayerful state and I thought okay that's just the I tunes I like I keep coming back to that is such a fascinating little thing because it's like taking nothing away from the skepticism of atheists we live a reason to be skeptical of a lot of things but this there was even a story as recent as this week about how our brains do both of the people who are believers even at a very basic level in a kind of divinity it could be even just divinity as we understand it from like a twelve step program right it doesn't have to be some sort of complicated orthodoxy but even at that level our health improves and we are less likely to do things like self harm or if we're less likely to get certain diseases and it's like that K. that's just it it's only related to the brain and how the brain in forms and leads the rest of the body your thought on that absolutely that's that's so interesting so there's brain scans now are done through something called MRI which is functional magnetic resonance imaging which is this real time brain scanning and so the phone number and you have just described is something that that researchers are doing more and more now so they're about putting people in in in in scanners and having them meditate there having them look at pictures there doing all sorts of things in the brain scan which is different from the pet scan which that summer right shows how where blood is flowing in our brain and we're blood is being oxygenated insult whether someone is involved in meditation or prayer or stressed or whatever these real time you know images are showing what parts of our brains for lack of a better word this is the way of describing it lighting up the brain of course doesn't light up but the brain each of each of each of each of these parts of the brain are receiving more blood flow when we're engaged in particular thoughts were activities and so you can see this phenomenon which is which is really interesting yeah about that of course is that you know we give billions of neurons and you know she has some pretty good idea of you know what's happening in different parts of the brain what they relate to but again you know if it's not an exact science no in that regard but we got a first time caller line by the way has a corona virus you doing OK this Chicago called Canada science first time caller line Chris is in Springfield Missouri on coast to coast for author Kevin Davis the brain defense Chris thank you for taking my call with little nervous here so please excuse me seven screwed up yet you're doing great I appreciate the actress I I am a retired mental health professional I'm also a court appointed guardian my career has been focused on working with hi res forensic clients adult males wow and I I can tell you that when it comes to mental illness and and the court system in particular the criminal justice system when you have mental illness that in and of itself is not a mitigating factor unless you have a sub group and the subgroup being veterans or juveniles when you take into into account the subgroup yes the courts are very willing to work with them and they will forgive him for a lot of things but if you don't have that subgroup the courts use your mental illness against you to where you in prison well I don't believe that our legal system is up to par where it where it should be I think Kevin you have a thought on that I I do I'm Chris thanks for your call for your free time and you're absolutely correct our criminal justice system is still.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So we'll hear of some more next next hour with us so young lady from of yeah tune in tomorrow night at five hello as the fighting Illini take on Penn state university Illinois basketball as a new home right here and double the L. S. A. M. A. ninety pre game tomorrow at five well the mayor says poverty is killing all of us all of us here in Chicago and she pledges to end generational poverty I saw this blog called Chicago dot org it was written by heather Sharon Shira writes for the daily line she's a man in managing editor and city hall reporter and a returning guest here and double the soul poverty is killing all of us hi all well it is in the room all of the problems afflicting Chicago crime violence and the declining population if you believe mayor Laurie life before we go to her remedies for this who's to put the blame on so she blames squarely generations of political leaders who came before her and that essentially the the structure of our society and the government with that's up to basically keep black and Latino Chicagoans mired in poverty by directing resources and attention well see predominantly white parts of the city I am not to read nor listen to all of our comments to the city club of Chicago but she said approximately twenty two percent of Chicagoans fall below the federal crime and poverty level which is on annual income of twenty six thousand for a family of four and this crushing economic reality for our neighbors is affected essentially has remained unchanged for the last twenty years does she blame anybody by name a manual Richard M. Richard J. she did not and she specifically declined you sell when asked by reporters after the speech but I think her implication works pretty clear and she said that she spoke at that particular calling to address this issue because she grew up in a poor Ohio town which you know Sir suffered from economic problems after the nearby steel mill closed and she said you know if it's not gonna be need to address these issues through the committee and she said that she's really cold act not only by her oath of office but really her Christian faith let me read to come more quotes from her speech for talking with other Sharon from the daily line here how do we do this well we did this historically by using government as a tool to create and enforce race based discrimination they killed the crust and systematically reduce the lives of too many over generations the whole infrastructure perfected over time and savagely in force for centuries which at its core embraced an ethos that black and brown Asian and indigenous lives do not matter period close quote boy that sounds way over the top sinister to my ears does it it was a it did take my breath away a little bit it's not very often that your your left this old beak about those issues in front of a cloud of really what was Chicago's business elite I think you're going to with the couple engine you know this is the who's who you know of Chicago with big firms represented and you know not that would probably not a message that they had ever heard from a Chicago mayor before we'll see continues to be surprising another quote government and we the people created this monstrous problem and we the people must solid cart heather what is she propose well she said she's going to focus on and portable housing issues and she mentioned one measure it that way to limit landmark with bill each with six people without cars so if you don't pay you rent you'll create back one thing but if the landlord warm rented somebody else perhaps for more or if he wants to sell the property people who lived in these apartments would get a little bit more time than the thirty day notice that they now have the other thing that she wants to do it follow from the county in which now has an ordinance in place that prohibits landlords from not renting to people who have a criminal record sh and she said that that will help ease the homelessness issue for people returning from prison to Chicago which make a mix up a good chunk of Chicago's homeless population is that the just housing ordinance that's correct so the design of the soul for like forgets her way and people who are our current tenants in neighborhoods that are becoming more profitable or more affluent what have you they would get more time to move or is she talking about subsidized housing no she's not talking about subsidized housing she's talking about giving them more time to me because she said it that there's this corrective life event should lose your apartment within a month it is therefore current make sure that they can line up a similar place to live make sure they can get their kid to the right school you know to take time off work if necessary but you just give them a little bit more time to navigate that that transition I'm gonna have to go back and and read her remarks in their entirety because this seems like a very explicit terms on laying the blame at a lot of the power structure here in Chicago rightly or wrongly over generations and big mandate to change things I would take me a big heavy left no doubt about that it sure would be these are big issues he's talking about hello before we cut you loose and thanks for your time here I want to discount plan to block called Chicago dot org I know you publish a lot of your material over there they had a feature on a guy in Bridgeport who literally turned his home into a castle to honor his late wife I saw them last week we reached out to his name is Alex Rico but he did not want to be on the radio to talk about this and that's fine I respect that but wow what a what a what a renovation great I mean I I I've been married for almost fifteen years I don't think my husband would date you know turn our house into that sort of capital that's for sure but it's really a sign of what great work they're doing over at Wachovia cargo really covering the neighborhood in if you don't subscribe you said you should also subscribe to the daily wine you know that I would I admired his handy work Mr Rico but I wonder if all of his neighbor's love living next to a castle isn't that the question that you know what what what happens with the block party in the summer they had some pointed questions about you know perhaps additional renovations you've got planned make an arrest the guys in a really pretty bad yes that's very true all right thank you have to present day happy presidents day who's your favorite president I'm obligated to say ever handling reporter I think that we I think we signed on the dotted line somewhere along the line when I would say that's a that's a pretty good guess that says you're going to go in and around Lincoln thank you either thank you care it's gonna Robert who joins us now to three one two five nine one eighty nine hundred go head Robert happy new year Sir happy new year happy presidents day Sir and to you as well I want before I make my comment I want to compliment you you you as well as my body I grew up with during our twenty year reunion got me smoking cigars again I'm off that's a good thing or bad well I've I've actually eased up on those because I found that I was smoking one on my way downtown and smoking my way on a one on my way home and their ten dollars a stick so I ended up spending a hundred Bucks the weekend cigars the other thing is is that you know permeates everything you wear obviously it'd ruin my answer in my car and in addition all that it gives you the birth of a thousand goats well I did I'm keep in mind just at at the leisure time right now but I'm gonna course that's going to be an okay on the lower light foot a lorry light but for me I mean obviously it's a it's just so frustrating that politicians always want to react to problems you know let's have affordable housing instead wanted to encourage companies to come in come to Chicago by lowering cat is encourage good union jobs they always make lab like I called you about GMOs an organic and all that stuff what makes me as we sit here and we tried it when we try to give medicines to alleviate problems why don't we just go to the source I think too much in American society we react to problems especially in the political arena and I I'm not you know I mean the old saying you know now for the prevention yeah and that's miss and blame you can look through you can't look back through contemporary goggles and historical events and at that point you got to say what makes the environment the best in town for every bloody history get your finger on the scale and making other than they have seen and that's what we're trying to do you know but my both sides of my family I'm Sicilian and Polish winning get here from nineteen oh three in nineteen oh seven and I love how people talk to me about slavery you know what I you know what I say to them you don't talk about the slavery that's going on in China because it's two thousand miles away and I asked them where do you get your shoes in Polish that's going to be a volatile thanksgiving table well it I'll be honest with you it's a my family is brutally honest with bugs decillion but okay this much nobody must with me my brother growing up and nobody messes with our family that's not that were like top guys it's just that brutal honesty seems to keep keep trouble way I I would love to see a little bit more but in politics but hi I can corral Ryan she dated a beautiful Sicilian a woman a number of years ago and our parents still spoke Italian in the house and and she she was very very successful woman but I found a I found her to be somewhat volatile once in a while I mean that's the best way we will all be like gold as long as your honor us thank you Sir anything but some are worse things in the world take care Robert thanks for the warning Prestatyn are coming the next if you thought I'll was a mass wait till this Saturday details coming up next WLS traffic.

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"university illinois" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on The Bacon Podcast | Brian Basilico - Marketing Strategy Expert Interviews to CURE Your Marketing

"Hey peeps I am excited to have another great guest and again. It's twenty twenty. We've already gone through the foresight. Now are actually really into the actual work that we have to do now. And so what I've been doing is interviewing some people who are running their own companies but Ojos but but also have experienced helping other companies be successful and I'm hoping through the interviews that we're going to be. I hoping let me get this. I'm hoping through the interviews. Were going to be able to basically pull some knowledge out of their heads and put it into not yours to help you get a better idea of what you need to do. In Twenty Twenty to be successful today we are going to be interviewing a bud and a very very smart dude. His name is mark. James Ease with performance advisors group and He is somebody that I met a long mm time ago but first off let me ask you how you doing mark I am well Being here and happy New Year. Why thank you sir? I appreciate it so I met you a long time ago matter of fact back when I met you think you were passing out green stamps. ETEs grocery store in hinged Illinois if I'm not mistaken or was it hillside or something like that no no. That's not necessarily true. You were working with the green stamps people but you were not passing out little books with those old stamps at Hewlett and put in there to do from working in green stamps. To what what you're doing well in those days alike you we were both about five inches taller Early earlier in our careers But Yeah I did not pass out green stance but I work for the incentive and motivation division of s and Age Green Scams called S. H. motivation. And that's when we met and in those days I was doing sales. The marketing for them and my primary responsibility was Helping companies primarily in the beat obese face with incentive and motivation programs for their constituent audiences salespeople employees customers and so on So that's when we met a prior to that my career goes back to the oil business. This is actually I. I've college at University Illinois. I've spent nine and a half years in the oil businesses and sales and marketing job so re throughout my whole career. I've cut my teeth on being in business. And being around the sales marketing aspects of businesses. I grew up in a small retail family. My parents owned and operated a jewelry store retail jewelry store fifty four years. If there's one piece of advice I I give young people a day when they bother to ask a guy like me at some point in your life you should experience retail And being on the inside of the counter serving the public because it's the best way to understand how the wheels of commerce ultimately turn and how it impacts Everybody 'cause you can understand how to do stuff retail the rest of Bizet's is easier to understand to comprehend the. I thoroughly concur with that. Because is I mean I started out. Actually one of my first gigs. I was a shoe salesman. You know. That's how I started out in business in kind of grew from narrow over the years. So let me ask you one quick question. Is You know when you say motivation. Okay you know. Today I think of motivation is hey. Hey you sell ten thousand dollars worth of widgets. We're going to give you a company de Shirt and we even have this catalog that you can go into and pick out your own. In things. Is that what motivation was back then to is basically giving away gifts. Oh yeah that was the traditional beginnings of the incentive kind of industry and it's a relatively small industry was based upon Yeah you You do certain good things on on the job you sell more widgets than then you'd be yesterday. Here's a catalog go pick out some merchandise for yourself And of course Travel worked into as well You know top salespeople. Those people are going to get to go to Hawaii for awake. Bring your spouse along so I know that business very well What people don't understand? Is that when you look look at using incentives and there's definitely a place for incentives in business you need to understand that they're not a strategy strategy they are a tactic and it's all about capturing capturing mindshare and It's one tool of many that you can use to modify or ultra behavior but it's not necessarily the end all. Oh be on. Because what's more important in the long run especially with employees or is to bution channel people were ultimately even customers is. What can you do to connect a personal meaning going to What individual does to What you want them to do? Or what their their role in organization is and you can do. That necessarily not happen to us does so. They have their place but they're not. They're not a magic bullet not an beal got him so in today's as marketplace You know a lot of CEO's. I mean they're always looking for ways to grow their business grow. Their sales increased their marketing reckoning. I mean I've I've seen so many different tactics and ideas and things of that nature in one of the places in the sandbox. Is I play in his the social media space of the online online marketing space. And you know what I see. A lot of times is consultants to come in and say hey you know what you need to do. You need to be take talk. No you need to be on facebook you need to be doing. Re Targeting ads delinked end. Because that's where your audience is like. Hey you know what you really really need is do videos Coz and get those up there and Ed Smith show and throw it in Google and list with exactly the engagement that you'll get and most of these you guys in. CEO guys are just kind of talking to each other in the CU was. Okay go for it go away. But that's not really a tactic. Take to grow sales. This is I call that the shiny key syndrome and you see so much of that and and You know in a larger sense. One of the things. I've observed when working with a whole different set of clients in multiple industries with different kinds of products the services services at the end of the day after doing this for forty years. And when I in over the time now five inches shorter but I've learned number different things. A one of the things I've learned is that If you look at organizations and how they approach their marketing you can kind of distill down to five common Tom and mistakes that organizations make when they set out to market or to generate demand or acquire business and those those five mistakes include. The one. You're talking about is what I call the key syndrome And I actually developed a a An anagram that describes a Five things you can do to eliminate these These common mistakes and I'll government quickly but the five common mistakes are doing marketing as a series of one off tactics with no strategy connecting them. That's what you just described as but I call the Kief Syndrome. The second is is winging it. Let's try let's try and see what we we get another one is. This is a big one expecting overnight results particularly in the BBC World. That's very temptation EXP- expectation to be to be sure her but expecting overnight results can be the death of marketing and a lot of people. Promise that I saw this all the time especially in the social media world online on Lincoln on facebook and they say hey this one linked in strategy got me twenty high ticket clients in less than a week. How many times have we seen that? We both at right you. That's what it is. That's what it is and when you see that be be suspect asked lots of questions you know. Four fourth one is Is is understanding that trial and error is a good part of a good marketing strategy. But not if it's done blindly so there's a lot of trial and error out there that that's not based in any sort of Facts or a logical approach and the last a common mistake that organizations make is at their their marketing and their messaging are all about them and not the customer. It's almost like the pushy salesmen. It says you get calls a prospect and the phone is that hey you don't know us but I WANNA be your new best friend. The same thing happens to marketing. You can't read approach marketing that way so given that I I and I have seen those mistakes timeless occurrences throughout my entire career. I know you have to one. The last one that you're talking about is is what I talk in the in the website world and in the email marketing world and I call it they tend to we we all over a week and we do this and we we are the best we've had that's going on we've been in business for sixty five years we re you know anyways so start with number so I developed upped. Here's the way to think about these five. I call them repair before failure marketing principles. In fact I I actually can do this as a workshop organizations and I've done it at number different different times at different events networking events around Chicago but here are the five repair before failure marking frigates principles. If you get these right you're going to eliminate those mistakes. I talked about an and think about them in terms of this Anagram h. p. p. d. r. the stands for the ability to think holistically. About what how you doing that is think about the whole of what you're doing. Don't think in one offs think big picture I and think tactics and second the second the I P after. HP is have a plan and stick to it. Winging it doesn't work you've got to have a plan Again you've got to start with the end in mind when you have when you have a plan and work backward to the beginning point the second P. H. P. P. is exercise patience and that goes to that expecting overnights written overnight. The results of a mistake that I made the thing to think about with marketing is in. Its Anita. Think about marketing as journey. It's not necessarily a sprint. You can have. Sprints sprints as a tactical element within an overall marketing strategy but overall you're marketing is a journey and the other thing to keep in mind. Marketing is a combination of common incense with a purpose a method and quite often the purpose may be there in the methods. Certainly everybody understands and tries to go after the methods but yet a step back and and also make sure you're applying common sense to what you're doing one of the biggest problems with the patient side of things is people attach themselves to something and and they don't go and update modify based on things so for example I'll give you a real straightforward thing is in. I developed a website three years ago from a business snus and I paid somebody good money. You know to design and somebody good money to write the content a good web developer. Who didn't we all love me But then I went into the website and I had to look at it at with a critical eye this year. I say you know. Wait a minute I don't do do them anymore. That's not really my customer. That's not a value that I give customers the way I used to and I really need to focus on this value because this is better so one of the things. I think that people have to have in that patients in creating that content is the ability to look at it from objective standpoint and sometimes it does not hurt Kurt to pay somebody to come in and stand next you will. This is what I see. Do you see the same thing you know. It's almost like a Rohrschack test if you look at your own website long enough and looks perfect. uh-huh.

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"university illinois" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"For you as a radio news. on Wall Street the Dow was down three hundred forty four points the S. and P. down thirty six and the nasdaq down ninety one you're listening to USA radio news with the recession ending if you've been putting off building your business now is the time to act general steel will meet or beat any price on a pre engineered steel building of the same size and specifications act now before still prices go up so call us today for free information call eight hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five twelve ninety eight hundred nine six five one two nine zero artificial intelligence already touches the lives of almost every American what does the future hold for this powerful computing tool hundreds of experts from across government academia and industry are gathering in Chicago this week for the US department of energy's innovation X. lab summit on artificial intelligence the host of the summit department of energy secretary Rick Perry is focusing on effective ways that a I can be harnessed to make life better for all Americans by combining the power of a I with the capabilities of our super computers including four of the fastest in the world we can speed scientific discovery increased energy efficiency and improve environmental sustainable palm currency director of nearby Argonne national laboratory says that Chicago is the perfect location for the summit Chicago is the place for an artificial intelligence I told the argon and from the lab to the department of energy's national laboratories we also have a host of major research universities the university Chicago Northwestern University Illinois Chicago I IT Chicago is a technology hub it's a place of major innovation three Dr our research and artificial intelligence the department of energy is redefining what's possible in supercomputing and artificial intelligence energy dot gov. learn more you don't have to wait for the top of the hour you can listen to the news any time by logging on to USA radio dot com. Jake was in big trouble with the IRS the how much ninety two thousand dollars out the IRS left no room for Jake to breed they put a lien on my house took all the money out of my bank account took money out of my paychecks so it was a nightmare he needed help.

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"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"university illinois" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It was too easy. man you nail that. I am the regulations you're gonna take call on this their suit what's your jacket size mark. everyone mark you still with me other year mark what what's your jacket size. fifty to sixty two I'm a big man you're a Big Boy what's your waist size. while a size forty two forty two mark played for the bears wow man I hope they have it in your size. they don't we sense a bit overalls your wife remarried. absolutely okay Mabel since a bit overalls over there. all right. do the bears went on Sunday by the way the Packers lost tonight. yeah Aaron Rodgers intercepted in the end zone with like twelve seconds left. it was a wonderful day you know what my wife's a Packer fan when we left we were arguing. it's gonna be a first place there at the break I'm sorry there's going to be in first and look at this back there you go we will will be tied with the Packers have we can hold our own on Sunday against the Vikings. three twenty five start mark can you tell I'm excited. all right all right buddy hold on the line okay all right thank grab his information I don't think they get fifty to check in that's. yes can a big. yeah fifty two there is one big boy on the Amiga bread right here Hey Brad. yes Sir let me give you some more questions we Lunel nineties pizza to get away. and test it. okay. I like it bears who's a who's talking in the background what's going on there. hold on sorry about that Sir that's all right who do the Chicago Bears drafting the first round and number eighteen overall in the eighty three NFL college draft was it Willie Gault Todd Blackledge Bennie blades are Randall McDaniel. really cool Willie Gault is absolutely correct that is right. Willie Gault hold on you're not going to win with just one. which university hosted the Chicago Bears home games in two thousand two. was it the university of Illinois university of Chicago ball state or northwestern. university of Illinois university Illinois is correct. remember them I was just as in ticket holder and we didn't go to one game in Champaign was going to drive down the champagne from Chicago to see the bears they were a mediocre team that but if you only season ticket holder you had to pay your money. you don't want to lose you season tickets. right and then when the bears came back they said Hey we got a new stadium by the way yet to pay this this thing it's called the PSL on your seat if you want to keep your tickets and you gotta cough up fifteen hundred Bucks a seat. a personal seat licenses wow came up with that idea. punish the people who were legacy ticket holders I know it didn't seem fair I understand if what we already had tickets in the old stadium why did we have to pay the PSL a new stadium. yeah I forgot all about that that was you know eighteen years ago and I'm still upset about it yeah yeah let me give you one more what uniform number did Chicago great Dan Hampton where was it twenty three thirty four ninety nine or seventy three take your time. ninety nine of course it was.

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