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"university kansas" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

04:45 min | Last month

"university kansas" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Hello and welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Tracy Wilson and I'm Holly Fine It may not surprised people when I get to the end of this sentence but I have been thinking a lot lately about my maternal grandmother to grew up during the Great Depression after that she went on to raise five children while also working fulltime at the mom and pop furniture store that she and my grandfather started together and before before that really got off the ground she had also graduated from college in Nineteen thirty nine with a degree in home economics. By the time I was in high school a lot of school systems were phasing out their whole at classes and by that point those classes a lot of the time focused mostly on the basics of things like cooking and sewing but home economics is a field was a lot broader than that and for a time the. Us Department of Agriculture had a whole bureau of home economics which was run pretty much by and for women and was also a huge part of the response to crises like the Great Depression and World War. Two so thinking about my grandmother led me to this episode. So we're going to start by talking about the development of home. Economics is a field people who do domestic work whether in their own home or someone else's have always had to learn how to do it but before the middle of the nineteenth century in the United States almost all of that learning was informal. There was just handed down from person to person usually from one woman to another possibly supplemented with things like books and magazines. In General Education for women and girls was limited and often most accessible to white relatively affluent students. So one of the first people to start thinking about homemaking and domestic work as a formal course of study with Catharine beecher she was the sister of Harriet. Beecher beecher was a proponent of Education for women and she also thought that a women's sphere was the home so a lot of her educational ideas were really focused on teaching women domestic skills she started implementing her beecher plan to that end that Milwaukee Normal Institute and high school which was founded in eighteen fifty one more home economics courses came along in the eighteen sixties in conjunction with the Moral Land Grant College Act of eighteen sixty two or an act donating public lands to the several states and territories which may provide colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts. This act granted land to the states with the amount of land based on how many seats the state had in Congress. The states then sold the land and use the proceeds either to fund new colleges or to fund the creation of agriculture and mechanic schools at existing colleges the first formalized home economics programs got their start at land grant colleges including Iowa State College Kansas State Agricultural College and Illinois Industrial University. Today those are now Iowa State University Kansas State University and the University of Illinois at Rabbani. Champagne these programs described what they were teaching using several different names including home ecology human sciences and practical life sciences in addition to Home Economics. Some private women's colleges including Wellesley also dabbled with the idea of home economics programs. But that idea didn't really take off within the realm of private education in general the private women's colleges that were established in the nineteenth century. We're focused on giving women access to the same education. That men had not on teaching women. What was already thought of? As women's work the person who started pulling all of these disparate economies programs into a more cohesive movement was ellen swallow. Richards Richards was the first woman to be admitted at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology which was a land grant. School she also became one of the first women to work. As a professional chemist in the United States Richard is time at. Mit followed a similar trajectory. To other women that we've talked about on the show. She completed coursework but was not granted that degree because Mit did not award doctoral degrees to women because of her gender her first years teaching chemistry were unpaid but she also focused on opening doors for women at MIT including advocating for the establishment of its woman's laboratory which was funded by the Women's Education Association of Boston in Eighteen. Seventy six most of Richard's work as a chemist was focused on water quality but she also studied the chemistry of homemaking and eighteen ninety. She oversaw.

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"university kansas" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:32 min | 6 months ago

"university kansas" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"In nineteen sixty five will chamberlain was traded to the Philadelphia seventy Sixers every started with the Philadelphia warriors by doing some reading on real chamberlain's career you've ever he is from Philadelphia Overbrook high school and he was university Kansas early in because you had to be you know graduate from college of the four years at a at a high school to go to the NBA it inside here the Philadelphia warriors won out to San Francisco the warriors at the same just go with it I'm actually treated will table he was like twenty nine years old email here Philadelphia he won the MVP all three years including a title in nineteen sixty seven I knew my world and known as a player knows what he knows he's averaging fifty in a game scored a hundred all that watch the late enough to watch it watch well six whose details nice job this started out here in the city the Syracuse nationals I do remember that team Costello was on it that was before my time I just want to throw out a name there's a being a follow on it is it is the name and play their last game we getting a chance to play here had a shop lock with his lover on the other and try to the rate mystic talents will go read about the Sixers here Simmons the open for now pass the pass goes astray behind transition the Sixers took over for the eight and that's a big number right now S. net to make them pay for it to Chris points up thirty eight thirty five actually the six seven fifteen to go in the second is the rules of the right side three is your out of my out for free now see the hard drive three No shoes and it rained down hill good Joe Harris three now in Hartford is over three now to the food court three six to three it's all for the rebound in Simmons it'll from well with Alice drives it all fade away maker no good alley comes up with a rebound he's handling in the fourth quarter across from the corner Chandler how to harass the three on the way is you know what I would file maybe later in the game Alan defending it Ben Simmons a little bit that was impressive and he can keep big people he's got a you know I'm right now it was the best anybody they go download Harrison Abel a one time in on the feed from al Horford hello at little tikes pass up old school power hi screen again Matisse walking Tobias Harris order a wide open five down to one forty one forty next five forty eight to go the second I can't do this on the fans for trivia sixty six and one one nine FM WFAN what do a hot sauce and a bank have in common.

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"university kansas" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:41 min | 6 months ago

"university kansas" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Then wrote later on that I was forty five minutes late to the debate when in fact I was forty five minutes early but here is his introduction of Mr Coakley at this time we'd like to introduce our second debate and brother Stephen Coakley is a natural is a nationally renowned artist activist researcher lecturer with an unrelenting focus on the enemies of the global African community brother Coakley call click skews me as a former special assistant to the mayor Chicago and has served on numerous the board of numerous organizations including the Chicago NEC P. he's been a featured lecturer at the university of Minnesota university Kansas UCLA university L. noise our university campus university Morgan state American Georgetown and Notre Dame universe name a few by the Coakley has appeared on CNN crossfire Sunday morning with Charles Kuralt make nearly a report Morton Downey show amongst others he has research and lectured a wide spectrum of topics such a secret society the New World orders political assassination centralization a world power and crisis on black leadership would like to introduce you to live an uncensored brother Steve called some reaction and the reaction I received.

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"university kansas" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"university kansas" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Capital One venture card the card that takes you there. What's in your wallet? Went back USAA. Weekdays at three eight three. Oh, W C C O. I make sure that you're listening here in about fifteen minutes at the top of the hour. There's a gentleman that we're going to talk to Bill predit- someone who you might have seen the story in the pioneer press earlier today in regards to the potholes. Everybody gets frustrated about potholes. Well, he he got sick and tired of potholes in his particular neighborhood. So so we're gonna talk to him about what he did a little bit about his story here coming up at the top of the hour. So you don't wanna miss that. But one of the things that I wanted to discuss and talk about right now is for the last ten days there's been somebody in the world of sports set. And look I was a fan of his when it comes to watching them play basketball NBA champion. Paul pierce? Phenomenal basketball player went to the university, Kansas. I'm a fan. All right. He's a future hall of Famer. Clearly an outstanding player and he cracks me up when he does. Analysis for ESPN. And I love the ESPN analysis. Some of my favorite guys are part of that network. When it comes to college basketball. I'm a big Jay Bilas fan. I'm a big Jay Williams fan. And then when it comes the NBA, I love Chauncey Billips love Jalen rose, Paul Pierce, though. His predictions in all that. Way off in the reason why his predictions are. So off is because.

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"university kansas" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"university kansas" Discussed on KNSS

"To run. This was all a ploy. He could never win that they have to go back, and salvage any hope of their reputation that could remain intact. And so they continue to not talk about the success of this mystery, whether it's the president being in Hanoi to try and denuclearized Korean peninsula, and physically and finally end the Korean war half of the media said that was a failure. Because you didn't get the deal done the other half complained that he was going. Cave to easily. And now when it comes to trade, they don't wanna talk about the fact that this president's holding other countries accountable because they've taken advantage of us for too long. It doesn't fit their narrative and this president has to do everything from devise a plan to execute the plan to talk about the success of the plan. So looking forward to twenty twenty what do you see what's your prediction? And I know you know, you with him on the original campaign looking forward to two thousand twenty what's your prediction? I predict that this president is going to get reelected by a larger electoral margin than he was elected the first time, meaning not only going to win all the states that he won. I think he has the opportunity to win the Hampshire in Nevada in Minnesota just to say a few extras, and look he has delivered for the American people. And when you ask yourself, a very simple question is my life better today than it was three years ago by every demographic every economic indicator every demonstrative. Measure the answer is. Yes, that's what will help ensure his reelection. So the last question, I know you've got ahead. You got fly tomorrow morning. How come and this is what really has frustrated me. He's done so many things for so many Americans not just Republicans. How come we're not hearing that how come we're not hearing black unemployment, Hispanic, unemployment, these are factors. Even those who he's helping who may reluctantly, but they won't admit it. Why is that because they want to they want to position is present is a racist as misogynist as as everything that he isn't this president is to people's color to their gender to their age to everything. Look he does he does what he thinks is right for everybody. And he didn't it doesn't matter. If you're green or purple or white or black or orange. He does it for everybody. It doesn't matter. If you're a woman or a man doesn't matter if you're a heterosexual or gay doesn't care. He does what he thinks is right for everybody. And the media doesn't want to give him that attention. Look he forced through congress, the largest criminal Justice reform in thirty years. That was aimed at helping people that Barack Obama refused to help. And he got no credit for that whatsoever. Well, thank you very much for taking your time. Preciado travel safely. That's a good point. I'm glad he made it at the end there about the criminal Justice reform, but you really have to look at you. Yes. Some people may not like his Twitter account and some people may wish he'd stick to the talking points. Heck, I wish sometimes he'd stay off social media. But you cannot deny the good things that the president has done, and it's just unfortunate that so many of the mainstream media, and even some in our own Republican party won't give him the credit where Credit's due. But again, I want to thank the team at the chamber Kansas businesses and tax payers have no better ally than the team at the chamber. And I gotta tell you one of the highlights from the night was hearing some of the inside stories from the two thousand sixteen campaign. Many of those stories are included in Mr. Lindau skis book. So he's got a new book. It's called Trump's enemies. How the deep state is undermining the presidency we've got a signed copy of the book here, and we're going to give it away to the caller who. Can answer our Republican party trivia question. See we're not gonna make you you have to earn it here. We're not just going to give it away. We don't do free. You gotta earn. A you got a bootstrap yourself. So we're going to know. So what year was the modern Republican party founded, if you know, the answer give us a call if you think, you know, the answer three one six eight six nine thirteen thirty and we'll we'll give it away. You can come by the studio pick it up. In the meantime Andrews on the line, Andrew, thanks for joining us. You're on the John Whitmer show circuit evening. How are you, sir? Your your opening remarks, you'd talked about the the lunacy over in Iowa. I think you've gone a little too far looking for your lunacy. What you think there's to seek Costa whole closer to home? Yeah. I'm gonna go ahead. This is a news story from the Associated Press the Kansas City star. Now, both of those are very questionable in terms of their journalistic integrity, I understand. So so, you know, this report, please take it with a little caution here, but they reported on on the. I the university of Kansas is expanding care for transgender students said its campus hosts size saw that Kansas City star reports the transgender students will now be able to start and continue hormone therapy through university. Student hills center Watkin tell services transgender students seeking services related to gender transition. Previously had been limited had limited healthcare options at the school often having to leave the campus for the evaluation and lab work needed to begin the process, dude and Senate president, Noah Reese, or ES rights. Res says the students looking to start hormone therapy were forced to take buses find rights to Kansas City for doctors appointments, apparently if you're doing that kind of thing, you don't know the core. Yes, apparently what what constrictor die saw that story university. Student health insurance plans. Will now cover services performed at the health center. And they won't be coordinating treatment with. Stamp isn't it isn't it so fortunate that the university Kansas has enough money that they can afford the weight and how they don't they're going to ask the taxpayers to pay for this. This is part of the problem that we have is is there spending money. They don't have asked him the tax payers to foot that Bill. Andrew I'm coming up on a hard break. But thank you for. Thank you for calling in. That's a good point. I'm glad he brought that up coming up after the break. We're going to have former secretary of state crisco Bach is going to be listening with excuse me. 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"university kansas" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"university kansas" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Our first window on the world. A lot of people scratch your heads councilman. Jeff Griffith was on the on the show. They scratch your heads in. I'm going to throw this out in answer it, and then I'll let you finish up. I get a lot of questions about why in the world. Do we have what we have in Amarillo for Texas Tech in El Paso with his dental school with the nursing and pharmaceutical Amarillo a wine the world is event school need to be done in Amarillo in Maremane is always there only so many political bulls out there, and if you want a wide net you've got to be able to carry that wide net. So we wanna bet school in Amarillo. The city Lubbock has backed the vet school in Amarillo till listeners. Why that that school shouldn't be in Lubbock in y you as a council if you can speak for the council are backing that that school being in Amarillo and thanks for bringing this up. This is this was another autumn on our legislative agenda that the city. The council of Lubbock supports the Texas. Tech bet school being placed in Amarillo, and yeah that may be a head scratcher for some. I'd like to quote, paraphrase should say former chancellor Bob Dunkin, current chancellor, Ted Mitchell, both have explained to me that. Amarillo is the epicenter for cattle. So ranching is north of us. We're right in the middle. If you think about west, Texas, obviously right in the middle of largest cotton field, and then Millo desert of the south of us, of course, with all and gas, but we really emerald is very is far as logistics great site for this vet school, and we've had other institutions that have been schools being Colorado state university Kansas state university in Oklahoma state university. All back it being an Amarillo all recommending being memorable. Because it's the epicenter cattle industry ranching industry, and it has you know, we as west Texas worked together now. People need to know that in not we're not fighting thirty five east, but we don't have the population that they do J. So we need to ban together and work together for the betterment of west, Texas. You talk about this a lot on this show. And that's my answer anything else. People need to know that's going on to city. We again are our council. We brought up already reluctance say one more time or city council meetings have changed to Tuesdays instead of Thursday's. So our first Tuesday meeting this year, of course, will be this coming Tuesday. January twenty second will start at four thirty. Public comment. It starts at five. And we hope that makes it easier for folks to come that wanna come to council. We're gonna be working very hard this year to improve Lubbock. We've got lots of priorities. Would we spoke on some today? Appreciate you having me here and hope everybody has a great weekend. And let's keep moving Lubbock forward. All right there. You got it city councilman Jif Griffith here on the program in a pretty. Think for the informant. Four the Texas standard freesheet them having me on and for councilman Jeff Griffith. Gotta get home gonna get home. Great family above average dinner waiting for me, except I say that a lot, but my wife is on a high school friends trip in Phoenix. So I am Mr. mom this weekend. So the dinner's going to be below average this time around until next time Ravon buddies Ravon, we'll see next edition right here on other side of Texas. It's.

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"university kansas" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

10:33 min | 1 year ago

"university kansas" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"It's like a monster. At that time. I mean, he was six four six five it which looked like Charles David clearly the biggest guy on the ice the toughest guy and also had elite offensive skills. I I would go with or the French way. Way to you. Canadians canadian. Yes, is that way? That's the French smelling. Yep. Exactly. And then goal I make a case for for Hossack. You can also make a case for Ken Dryden. I'm the only one six cops in eight years. But again, he played with he had the team the team that Canadians team in the seventies had half. They're team were hall of famers future hall of famers. In fact, they ruined my childhood because they want like the Cup every year and the Bruins were really good. And the Canadians always beat them. You couldn't beat the Canadians. I still maintain the seventy five through seventy nine Canadians. The greatest team I've ever seen in any sport for a four year period. They never went to a seventh game, and they went four straight Stanley Cups. Very cool. Uniforms, maybe the second best uniforms in hockey, buying the Blackhawks the Bruins like the Bruins ruins. I've always liked their logo the most in professional sport right now. It is a cool logo. Absolutely. I wanted to end the show today because you did a great having you here in the last three days. Thanks. I really enjoyed. We're going to have you in from time to time. I know next week. Come in for even the second hour of the show one of the days out and check some places out here because we like to eat last night. We went out to Jimmy stare house up in Saugus, which is one of my favorite restaurants because great prime rib. Great deal there. You get a prime rib. I got the rice with the spinach, which is to die for and then a salad, and it's reasonably priced in the food's great. We we ordered up to bigger prime rib than at broken glass, and they didn't. Absolutely. Yeah. Pretty cool. Right. And I like seventeen diet cokes and all that stuff in it. It worked out well prime rib yet twenty two ounce prime rib pretty good. So we we enjoy that. But I kinda wanted an things this week. You love golf in fact last night, you're watching golf on on the screen Gary woodland, the can't former Kansas university Kansas player who's a huge Kansas basketball fan of good friend who builds from. So you like so you get out to golf a lot. I mean, obviously, not now moving here in January. Yeah. In the summer. I do. Yeah. Yeah. A couple of times a week few times a week in. Played a used to be just playing these scrambles play a few times a year. And I was just got off. My father was a good golfer. My grandfather was a good golfer. They chat a hole in one. And they both my father shot a seventy five when he had his whole in one. My grandfather shot I think seventy six when he had his own one. I was having a particularly bad day in nineteen ninety seven and I cooked another tee shot on a par three. And it looked like it was going into the woods, except it hit the Bank and took a right turn was raised about one hundred fifty miles an hour on the upper tier, and it's slam the stick really hard and dropped in turn the three women. I was playing with counts. Right. It was that data shot. That's great. And the whole before that I said one of the ladies said. Gee, I hope we can get the rounding looks like starting to get dark already. Would we need to play next? Holy. So you can see me get a hold on. Have you had one? I said, no, my father, my grandfather. And then I had one now again, my grandfather shot seventy six my father seventy five when they had their whole shoot. I'm gonna let you have one guess ninety eight hundred and eleven while and it was on August eleventh. There were six you did ones. You're lucky you got all in one that would have been six or whatever trae normal five. It would. Yeah. It would have been a one fifteen at one fifteen one four good. But then that got me hooked on golf. Once you do that. I played for one summer. I was got off. We would play only nine holes because I'd like lose interest after nine holes in one time I shot a fifty which would translate to one hundred. I said that's as good as I'm going to get. I had a temper on the golf course as also drinking back then. So I was like not this. I'm not good at this. I love. Yes. I rather play tennis. It's more of a war. Ten much much more fun for me. I like the sport better. But as a sports writer, you know, you run into a lot of different people ought to great stories. And, you know, just talk about some of the different celebrities, athletes coaches, whatever it may be that you've played golf with Bill self is someone that you covered for several years out of Kansas. I played with him once and then six holes in scramble, but the one time I played with him. He hits the ball longer than three hundred yards is good athlete. He was a starting point card guy right days. But. Six three big go big guy, not heavy, but a big guy really crushes the ball cross-handed putter, which I don't like. But there are some guys on tour who do it? But a good putter and an intense competitor. He ever walked away from coaching. It would be to go on the golf course loves it that much I think he would love it that much, but he to into his job to play that much in when he plays the only place the best courses in the world pretty much because Kansas alums will say, hey, do you wanna come up and play Bandon dunes in Oregon? Do you want to come here and play this pine hills? And you know, in you know, whatever courses he plays just about other than his home course are all time great courses in just a great guy to play golf with. That's the most important thing. Yeah. I had some friends that I after playing with them like six or seven times like I don't wanna go out these guys again. And then the other guys that were they knew I wasn't very good. They were better than I was. And they would still encourage me other guys would be like, oh my God this. I'm like, okay. I got that good so deal with it. That's why I stopped going out there. Because if we play tennis I'd whipped their butts off, but tennis is frustrating because you're playing against someone who's golf you playing against the course, which a different type of frustration absolutely fell in the great thing about golf is you walk off the green and the eighteenth hole. No matter whether you had a great day or an awful day, you're convinced and you really believe it that the next time you play you're going to play better. Oh, absolutely. Yeah. So that's what makes it cool. I played with emails cabal and a scramble Cabello Astro. Wow. Yeah. And he was came up in the Orioles organization. So I had seen him play in Rochester. So that was cool to play golfer. I don't remember being great. But a great guy just a super guy his brother-in-law's Eddie Murray. I don't think Eddie golfs, but I got to know Eddie. Yeah. Yeah. Definitely a great great baseball player mental age is what did it for him? There were more impressive physical talents. But mentally nobody was better than it's kind of a serious guy. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Introverted guy, very introverted. And I think I liked him. I as some of the media didn't understand. Yeah. Kinda thought he was standoffish. But there's a difference between just being introverted. Right. You know, standoff I happen to like him. Yeah. And then I played with Kurt bevaqua want. And he wouldn't remember. But years later when everybody does one thing well in life, right? I eat that's my thing. Or when I drank drank. Well, mine is. Or not. So well. And the people around me having so much. So I can put five or six pieces of bubble gum in and blow gigantic bubbles that can cover up my entire huge. Can you is this because this is pretty cool. Well, I what I did do was I took a selfie of it and posted it on Kirpa vodkas page because he was the bubble gum blowing champion baseball. In jogo airs Yola would always make a big deal out of it on TV and provocative very impressed and said we should have a challenge a challenge to see who can blow a bigger bubble. So that was the ultimate cap met there. I thought that ever happened. It hasn't happened yet. And despite what timing Lasorda said about him. He couldn't hit flutter if he fell out of a boat. He was much better hitter in the major leagues that I was in the in in the little leagues. Okay. But the only time I played with three times I have played with PGA tour. Golfers one was Chris DeMarco, and it was in the Buick Classic. When I was doing radio in the early two thousand hadn't played in a while. I probably shot one forty five or something on a impossible. Course was that those intimidating because I was bad. You're also playing with right. Great golfer, one of the twenty five best golf world. But the thing is let's say I had my best round ever, which was an eighty. It's not like that's going to impress him. One forty five. It is. I mean, it was embarrassing is what was missing. So this is like Jim Carrey in the cable guy. Yes. He was approachable. But. He talked a lot about as material possessions about a boat. This any told there was a Buick rep plane with us, and he told him I once won a Buick such and such whatever the brand was or the model for making a home run in this tournament. But look excellent years. What does the young guy like me with that car? So rude. Yes. And he took the he told me took the money then I played with Billy Android who. I believe is from New England, right? Yes. Rhode Island neighbor. Yup. Rhode island. Maybe the nicest, and he wouldn't remember play with me. I hope not anyway 'cause I was in the thirty s getting better. But try play one of their coach was I mean, it's impossible. Joe shoot a two hundred. Yeah, I'd probably start on clubs into the water. They think every Balesteros at that point. And he was just as nice a guy is you could possibly imagine. So I'll always be grateful to Billy Android for not laughing. Yeah. That was horrible. Well, you know, the thing is it. But let's say that they came on radio, and we do radio in the not good at it. At some point. You kind of looking maybe look at each other and say, well, this guy's not very good on radio. But you're not going to belittle them in front of them. Right. Unless you want to go in that direction, and you wanna be Howard Stern and go there doesn't generally happen. In sports, you know, generally kind of put up with someone and try to prod them along the right say some things who's the third person..

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"university kansas" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"university kansas" Discussed on KTOK

"Glenn beck. US bishops have delayed action to address the sexual abuse in the church at the request of the Vatican. Why what part what part of the message of Christ as the pope not understand. Thing about you know. Anybody hurts a child, you know, millstone big body of water. What what part of that? Don't you get what are they waiting for? Are they still waiting? How recent is this? This is a current accusation. Yeah. No, they're they're want to delay the sexual abuse in the church. All of the stuff that's been the that's been going on and been revealed lately. But we gotta wait. Why? Somethings. Guess not nothing a good a good run. I'll say that. No. Getting people these organizations in every organization needs to notice if you're not an investigative organization shouldn't be investigating things colleges when you have people who come and make accusations of sexual assault. Not your gig to come up with a court and solve the case. Authorities but university of Kansas just was there. What was the dining the dining Commissioner, the dining commission that exposed that. That was a bogus racist charge. I think we all understand there's an exception to this rule. It's the Kansas state dining commission. We are under as long. Okay. I mean, it's secret service, you know, its military intelligence and the Kansas university Kansas state of Kansas City, dining kenniston, Kansas state, dining commission has those. They're hard asses. Oh, yeah. They're real hard asses. All right. See you tomorrow. God bless. Glenn beck. Mercury..

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"university kansas" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"university kansas" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"You can request your time date, and we can get back to you real quickly on that. So after all of that information, I sent out there. I want to have a guest on here. We talked earlier when I said we'd like to have guests on that are related to the real estate market here in Santa Fe, and we're very fortunate. We have Kelly mcreynolds from guardian mortgage at first national eighteen. Seventy in Santa Fe. First National Bank been doing this a long long relationship, very deep standing with all connections as an institution they're based here in Santa Fe since eighteen seventy. We'll have Kellyanne here. Kelly mcreynolds is a mortgage loan originator. How you doing today Kelly doing, well, how are you? Jeff. It's good to talk to you. Yeah. I'm remote today. And you're in the studio I am. Very cool. Yeah. We've got a. Yeah. Yeah. It is fun. It's a good opportunity to to sit down and just promote your business as simple as it is. And I promote that all the time saying give me a call. We'll get you on rape host, my friend is so these did that to me several years ago, and we just kind of steamrolled into this race it. Hey wanted to have your own show. I said mailing a lot of people that I could have on. And and folks over guardian mortgage at first nationals perfect. How cool. So you're a latest fan fan. I am in could you tell us a little bit about your background before you got into banking? Yeah. So born and raised in Santa Fe lived here, all my life. As a lot of people say, but I did go away to college in university Kansas and Morris, so I did get out for a little bit after college. I graduated in two thousand nine so it wasn't exactly a booming job market move back to town. And I I got my degree in political science. But I ended up working in customer service and found that I was actually really good at it. I love helping people in any way I can. And I realized really quickly one of the most important points of customer services, just listening to people and trying to really get an idea of what they want and what they're. Goals are so I did retail actually for about five or six years at I worked in the restaurant industry and then happened into mortgage. I always say it's so funny because I I really wanted to get out of customer service. And I was like I'm done with sales ended up in the ultimate customer service job, helping purchase homes. So you know, I I was not going to lie. I was a little intimidated by the banking world and mortgage, but I found that like customer service. It's just about listening and problem solving and helping people work through what can be kind of adopting process financing there a home purchase. So whether it's their first home or their ten every time, especially if somebody hasn't purchased a home in quite some time, there's always changes to regulations and to the process, so it's my job and what I really. We pride ourselves on at guardian mortgage is it's our job to help guide people through what can be kind of a complicated process as I'm sure, you know. Yeah. Yeah. That's amazing that you've made the correlation of being in in customer service you coming into this industry because it is exactly. Right. The ultimate as I say, it's such an emotional process that it's so good when you can sit and listen to it first and find their needs. And it kind of talk about here in just a couple of minutes after we come back from breaking about a minute and about the different products that you guys offer. It's not just a loan for someone. You guys really have almost tailor made products for people in the hall purchasing business. Don't you? Yes. We do. We have we really have something that will fit pretty much everyone's needs because everybody's situation is a little different every property is different. And so certain products don't fit for every single person. We don't I don't like to approach things with a one-size-fits-all attitude. It's really important to kind of take a step back, and and really help people. Determine what's the best product for them? Because I would never want anyone, you know. It's a big decision. Purchasing a home. It's you know, it's. It's the largest purchase most people making their entire lives. And it's a very big deal. And so I my goal is always to make sure that it's done thoughtfully. And in the best interest of the client. What you did on the head? When you said that about everybody has a different name, but it's a similar, and and I would say that about home inspections every home is the same every sections different. That's how we treat it, you know, and that's the part of customer service. And then reaching out that they understand that they are getting the need from you. And I know for all the years I heard dirty and mortgage at first national here in Santa Fe on the radio with Ray post. It's the same every month. Red at the end here. We're going to get to a break Kelly. If somebody wanted to get a hold you will be a good number to call you.

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"university kansas" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

The Minimalists Podcast

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"university kansas" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast

"Yeah at a certain level young people want what's best but young people often compromise what is best for them by prioritizing fitting in prioritizing you know not making a ruckus not standing out not being alienated and parents are subject to the same temptations so we can't we can't fool ourselves into thinking that parents make decisions about their children's lives from this emotionally detached state where they experienced insecurities about what other people are gonna think of them and they're just doing economic calculations about costs and benefits for their children because their children do also reflection on a their performance as parents yes and you better believe it if your son billy i know you don't have a son and billy but if your son billy nothing no of if you're some billy says that i don't wanna go to university kansas i wanna go do this apprenticeship thing where i wanna start my own business your your friends are going to talk with you and you'll be like hey how's your daughter katie okayed he's doing good she starting college you know you know you know this august and she's really excited house billy doing oh abilities doing good he he's going to be starting a business and stuff like that okay is he going to college no no he he's got this entrepreneur ship thing that you know that he wants to do and now here comes all the questions that no other eighteen year olds going to get well what kind of entrepreneurship thing by the way i think this is so funny every other week i see some eighteen year old on facebook announcing that they got accepted into college and all you see are like fifty to one hundred comments of just congratulations.

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"university kansas" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"university kansas" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Rideshare giant announced it will begin annual criminal background checks on its drivers they will also add a nine one one button inside the uber app and also easier ways for riders to share their location with family and friends well strawberries topped the list for most pesticide residues a study by the environmental working group finds it a third of all strawberry samples had at least ten pesticides spinach was number two with ninety seven percent of samples containing pesticides rounding out the top five nectarines apples and grapes organic food buyers will soon know more about what they're eating starting this summer additional labels will be added to organic foods with details like if it was grown in soil inspectors will certify the details and farms will be adding the labels ever notice it serious chronic pain in your neck well that smartphone may be the blame more and more patients are now being treated for what's come to be known as text neck cynthia newsom has more for years this is the way brendan buyer looked at his cell phone head down sometimes reading for hours and it cost him started filling a lot of tense ness in my neck dole kind of pain up in the top of my neck right below the skull and it's really stiff give really hard to move my neck like back and forth this is his mother and father are chiropractors when my dad was starting to adjust me and he gave me different types of exercises tenderness right there steph steph up here as well now he's getting checked at cleveland university kansas city health center for a condition commonly called text neck bending your neck too far for too long when you go to thirty degrees you're putting about forty pounds of force on the upper back and you can say just jumps up quite a bit at sixty degrees you're putting sixty pounds of force on the upper back sixty pounds is like putting three twenty pound bowling ball's on your neck triggering neck pain back pain and headaches so dr pepper said the first thing we need to be concerned about is our posture make sure we're sitting up straight and instead of looking down at your cell phone and he did definitely hold it up and just have a.

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Cynthia Newsom, Cleveland University Kansas City Health Center and Brendan discussed on Jay Sekulow

Jay Sekulow

02:12 min | 2 years ago

Cynthia Newsom, Cleveland University Kansas City Health Center and Brendan discussed on Jay Sekulow

"Rideshare giant announced it will begin annual criminal background checks on its drivers they will also add a nine one one button inside the uber app and also easier ways for riders to share their location with family and friends well strawberries topped the list for most pesticide residues a study by the environmental working group finds it a third of all strawberry samples had at least ten pesticides spinach was number two with ninety seven percent of samples containing pesticides rounding out the top five nectarines apples and grapes organic food buyers will soon know more about what they're eating starting this summer additional labels will be added to organic foods with details like if it was grown in soil inspectors will certify the details and farms will be adding the labels ever notice it serious chronic pain in your neck well that smartphone may be the blame more and more patients are now being treated for what's come to be known as text neck cynthia newsom has more for years this is the way brendan buyer looked at his cell phone head down sometimes reading for hours and it cost him started filling a lot of tense ness in my neck dole kind of pain up in the top of my neck right below the skull and it's really stiff give really hard to move my neck like back and forth this is his mother and father are chiropractors when my dad was starting to adjust me and he gave me different types of exercises tenderness right there steph steph up here as well now he's getting checked at cleveland university kansas city health center for a condition commonly called text neck bending your neck too far for too long when you go to thirty degrees you're putting about forty pounds of force on the upper back and you can say just jumps up quite a bit at sixty degrees you're putting sixty pounds of force on the upper back sixty pounds is like putting three twenty pound bowling ball's on your neck triggering neck pain back pain and headaches so dr pepper said the first thing we need to be concerned about is our posture make sure we're sitting up straight and instead of looking down at your cell phone and he did definitely hold it up and just have a.

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"university kansas" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"university kansas" Discussed on First Things First

"And when you think of the front line in spelman pascal as well as the most outstanding player though villanova's not going anywhere they have a coach now who has to be in the same category listen here's more titles than izzo behind and bill self and coach cal and coach cal he's next to get that hall of fame speech ready because he has earned that right with what he has done with two and three years when we were talking josh rosen for we were talking millennials and you gotta know who you're recruiting right everyone you're recruiting in college basketball was born in the year two thousand or later cruising seventeen and eighteen year olds in their in their lifetimes only duke carolina that's on more championships ucla's got millions of term blue bloods but for the millennial they'll know what balloons i mean this one one of the epic blue bloods university kansas they've won two titles in the last sixty years villanova's one thousand last three years like so while jay right might not be always going after williamson de'andre and top recruits in the class you've got a bunch of sixteen year olds who say what's the best program i know i don't know do because it carolina is villanova nova there now in that discussion with the second time and they have pros that you can turn to say look they came they worked and look where they are now kyle doing pretty well for him so they have guys that have come into the system one big but also able to go taste their dreams and not long ago we were talking about jay wright villanova not being able to gather the first weekend they surpassed that they've won two national championships that got the monkey out their back and college basketball better be on watch because these are not going anywhere they're here to stay.

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"university kansas" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"university kansas" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You very very much a now i i know that i know that he could be a prickly fella and you heard a lot of people cheering in the background they are in boston for the what people who were left they're they're doing it after the game for whatever reason they should or dennard at halftime before the game or god knows what goes again with us news or more that coming up in a moment but the guy did have its jersey retired by the celtics that's a hell of an honor he's got his number jersey where he's got his number in jersey retired by the university kansas closer are two the kansas basketball impulse to celtic best board through the biggest nature of the sport he is a champion he's a 10time allstar he's going to be a hall of famer what am i miss a why do people hate him i i've i've seen some really nasty players it wasn't like he didn't have the talent to back it up he added talent back it up he's not the greatest ever i don't think i'd put him in the top would you put them in the top fifty stu movies in this up fifty probably not yetay probably not probably one of the key to 75 carries one of the better players in the generation dave mcmenamin of espn did highlight a response or a back and forth with reporter that lebrun head after the game where they did beat the brakes off boston earlier on sunday afternoon reporter says you had a long rivalry with paul pierce was this one last chance to get a word in lebrun no no the reporter was especially hit a win on a night that paul pierce was being uttered in this building lebrun we just want to way games it was great to get a win i know that there might be some bad blood between the two impartially that's let's be serious and honest about this it's because paul pierce they get the better on abroad at times he's one of those guys that were able to get a finger in there the sean stevenson tried laurent one give him the time of day you other players of trial lebrun just he didn't carry just 'cause you're not in the.

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"university kansas" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"university kansas" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"We're pleased to welcome from the mighty eight they were forced world war to be 17 pilot clayton not he year clayton welcome to the world of aviation walker i you know your last name i remember when we first started talking a you said it was french and you'd itching used over the years and not ninety eight and not eat here now i put out but now air gnat a year well the mass the way i'm going to pronounce it because of you pronounce of that way thus going to be the right way a listless let's go back we're boss did you grow up clayton i grew up in newark central dancers con guardia were a clown at the about thirty miles from than nebraska border and hasn't fifty miles are so much adult i love what you did you are graduating from high school i graduated at nine nine concorded in in 1940s oil a year laura less than a year before the the bombing of pearl harbor we're we're we're you enough rural harvard was bombed well i had been awarded in the band to date in a university kansas state ghali's nose day and blending glamorgan airing in that member of of 1941 and it happened with many people i was walking down the street and grow and grow their friend of mine uh sunday afternoon and i ran into a culinary need that did you hear about pearl harbor being bombed.

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"university kansas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"university kansas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The asian but maybe i gotta think the second you show up on the roster and you play in the probowl or you're on the roster you let's play may get to make the trip did you see gang is something rang are those that you get there have you had a pro bowl bunga probowl radio any like trickled on down to us oh i d i would add diaby askine rate if like it went like dave logan and rick lewis and then and candidate couldn't go and so then they went like mandy mike rosen they couldn't go and april busy april's busy marty land seized when he started jeopardy case busy and yet are you say that former csu ram mardi lunn is going to be the about that how we need a little more is the issue representation on this station so i'm build a heavy in the building in general were getting it little by little you ryan edwin edwards on now march here um yes yeah shearer's waving her hand over there are you am i like that go here's where i so what we have people in the building that did not go to see you but grew up loving see you because their family went there right was there can i am with university of texas but my family with you t but i proudly went to the university kansas and that's my my school right there's a lot of see you love for folks did not well they sell arms so i mean that that did not know who will is on our sunny she talked about fans ship on the talking about business i'm saying i know people that work here that for whatever ages claimed the lives that they claim the bubble right they were on the roster when they won the national championship in 1990 okay they can be wrong that sorry and the wrong.

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"university kansas" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"university kansas" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Good story because what you're doing is perfectly natural it's a human nature move to want to break the ice and and bond with the people in the room find some connection so that's right be gotta good soviet a story because he weather iced you late please do you her when the issues that oreal i'm robert auditioning for the port of duisburg number three hi ramp and so hey proper you from again can't city a hot and how telling you six two or six three depending on the shoes can you tell us your i kohler end your hair color play i could argue different people to overthrow the source of them's green sometimes blew out it was a vase all it and my here's brown a a hunger hero and and so irap where did you studied did you steady world yes did with different places really but you know comedy was at the upper its citizens brigade theater have went out here and there but it was that the money is sort of pay for rain yeah you do in till you get good enough yeah without levels again they have well they have three levels and i did all three so and then eventually made a house team so yeah and then and then you know i studied university kansas i was a theater phil major there would you consider getting a care as the character thought i mean i'm to you yes sir what's i would do that i don't i i wanna i wanna to warn anybody.

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"university kansas" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"university kansas" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I mean that clear for me setting my fight on academy at fourteen i've always care deeply about all the i'm a conservative consider that the best people that means a lot of my family did not agree with me they come out of uh more of a a liberal background so enough sent them to concert of black sheep but i i where i stand on these issues and i know why i stand on these issues tech while i was on active duty while i've made a law school was really been deeply concerned okware thanks took back then over a decade ago cost the fianlly a lot of these policies that i disagreed with were coming out of legal circles and almost like uh the terminator movies do you have to sit in the terminator to take out a terminator well that's how you a lot of these policies in an attorney so i jumped dan i will do that in turn the law review within a university kansas school of law wide it's a law review but what i point out the people was i jumped right in both the uh to the concert of policy pie chart president of the christian legal society where i was an officer with the federal society which is a conservative we organization that stand by the principles of limit the government i was also uh a blackstone fellow with the allies pending freedom which is a christian conservative legalisation that takes an unapologetic stand in defence of the unborn the sanctity of life your religious liberty right at the university of kansas these were not popular position some people were you know coin out to me that i might have a difficult time securing employment because of taking these dan but that's why went that's where i stood and they were the right argument to make and i stand by that today fastforward i'm working in the middle east were poised to martyrs i think i'm going to do that for the rest of my life but in the runup to the presidential campaign and in the ugly that set in after donald trump was elected uh i it became clear to me that our country is in a.

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