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"university montana" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Calm things down, but they're trying to capture that same. This channel. They think he found while Democrats including presidential nominee Jill Biden. Have condemned all violence including the looting and rioting. Banks take some issue with that sentiment. He says, it's a statement, the coast for privilege given the anger. The black communities have felt for decades because he elected leaders have not waited out oppressive policies technology from the university. Montana will provide a big assist to students who are living with disabilities. That is the school year begins. Here's Eric taken off within the Rural Institute for inclusive communities. The MONTEK program of is assistive technology to people across the State Molly Kimmel the program. Director says assistive technology can be any device that makes life easier from glasses too I. Gaze Activated Equipment Montek provides free thirty day loans of its equipment and Kimmel says they've been stocking up in preparation for schools with remote and hybrid learning models. So we just wanted to make sure that we had enough ipads and tablets and tele presence robots and things like that to meet the needs of some of these students who might be viewing school from home instead of person. Timmel knows the issue with some of this technology is the lack of broadband Internet in rural areas. So MONTEK is adding hotspots to its inventory as well this month, and we want to alert you to a correction in a story from New York in Lee Tuesday newscast. It incorrectly stated fares would come back for accessory ride on August thirty. FIRST IN MTA official had not responded to comment before the story and but an MTA spokesperson has contacted meantime to say that those fares are not currently being reinstated. Regret the mistake this is ns. These student Veterans Program at the Oregon Institute of Technology in Klamath falls is finding ways to support the community through its vets helping vets, initiative program director. Isaac, Gilmer says they helped with repairs around the house for veteran battling cancer at a military widow and their beautifying the veterans enrichment center in class with falls he says, the program was in part a response to the covid nineteen pandemic was also something that. We'd kind of been talking about for a while kids is kind of an exciting opportunity and a lot of ways back to what artwork study was originally founded for those volunteers are taking necessary safety precautions to ensure everyone stays healthy during the pandemic as protests continue over systematic racism across the nation many Colorado's reflecting other own biases and looking for information about how to be more sensitive to people of different backgrounds. At Colorado State University. Professor Jenny Cross says she's found ineffective approach in her course social production of Reality Cross says, the goal wasn't a teach students to be less racist or have more empathy. But to examine the ways people interact and define their relationships, every student can tell really details ways that as the result of the class materials day are changing not just their own thoughts and judgments about others but how opening our to really trying to put themselves in the position of other people. Cross points out that each person comes into an interaction with a different set of beliefs. She tells students, they have a choice with every interaction to repeat the scripts they may have grown up with or forge a new path I'm lily bulky and finally or Natty a Ramleh gone reports on a month long virtual series organized by the North Carolina Council of Churches. It aims to inform voters who might feel overwhelmed in an era of misinformation and political polarization reverend is. Vega of the Chapel Hill Mennonite. Fellowship says, Americans have always turned to faith to guide decisions about who they vote for. But faith communities are now bridging the gap to help voters understand how specific policies aligned with their values chapter votes. We ask elected officials to commit to the values that we care about what I would like voters to pay attention to is how people running for office, what they want for society what kind of society do they want four and? For our people, the EGA speaks today as part of an online forum focused on immigrants as community members and neighbors. People can register online other forum topics. This month include voters, rights, racial justice, LGBTQ issues, and climate change. The group did develop a voter reflection guide. It's posted on the North Carolina Council of Churches website. This is Mike Clifford for public news service. We are member Emmy Alicia supported her great radio stations across America and online at public news service thought Orange. Thank you for that welcome back to the Shell rectal with you I know as the first hour concluded I said we have another two hours together I want to remind you that you are free to leave. Those of you who feel trapped by the gravitational pull that is my personality, the entertainment, and on entertainment whatever it is I want WanNa Return Rick off but he won't let me. Assure you you can leave if you'd like. but if you're staying hey, great. Tune, in and out. Remember A. Buddy of mine when we were in Paris in nineteen, eighty five. Wanted to go see the French Open and we were only there for a couple of days and I said. You're both tennis players and. said go ahead and go. And I'll meet you later. Me and my other friend Marcus who's from Germany we WANNA. Do I forgot what we ought to do and he said Oh I don't WanNa go by myself. I'm like why not? No one cares. I got a lot of stuff by myself. Just go check it out. Like come on come with me I. Don't I don't want to go to the French. Open I was nineteen years old. Wanted to I don't know I. Forgot what else we did. We did some mouse. and. To get back to, America. People are like Oh, did you go to Roland Garros and he said Rick Win let me. I wouldn't let you..
"university montana" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Thank you for having me so this by a I just read. You live on a farm but it sounds like you can live in zoo right. Put the dog to side for a second. All right and talk about these other creatures that you live with. So we have a donkey name Waylon Jennings who we jokingly say is a real ass and Five goats and four chickens who share a pasture. Sure Pastor waylon Jennings Willie Nelson Willy Willy. Nelson is one of our goats. Okay now let's talk about the dog because I said you had five but I think there's been an update to this The dogs are ever-evolving. We have seven rescue dogs at home. Now yes we're types six DACHSHUND DACHSHUND mixes and one large lab mix. So how'd you get any writing done with seven rescue dogs outside dogs or the inside? They're inside dogs. Most of them are senior citizens so they do a lot of napping And as long as we keep them well exercised. They're pretty chill in the house. Remember we'll have some how you walk seven dollars but that's not the topic for today So we're GONNA be talking about The birds and the beasts today a little bit plant sex all these interesting topics Understand your research took you to be school right not to be somebody but my research didn't take me to be school. In fact I went to school before. This book was even a glimmer in my eye and it started because several years ago my husband who is terribly terribly hard to buy a gift for expressed a passing interest in beekeeping. An I glommed onto those just enough. Just enough shooting yourself. Thank shouldn't have so. He got a hive for Christmas and who gets a higher for Christmas? I mean come on my husband okay. They under the tree. I mean the BS I mean. Yeah I've come separate from the bees so you. The hive comes just as a box with the equipment and I gave that to him for Christmas. And then you don't install the bees until the spring so we then had to order. What's called a package of bees in the spring and then you put that package of bees into the hive and so that was to separate pieces so he got this high he got this package of bees and I said this is all your thing. I am terrified. I'm not going outside but I was also fascinated and so he would go out and he would inspect the high. You need to do this regularly to make sure everybody is doing well and I would stand inside the house and he would bring the high frames. Which are those individual pieces that sit inside the box? He would bring them to the window and where I was safely behind the screen and he would show me what was happening and we would talk all about it. The more that we did this the more that we realized we really needed to learn more about how to keep bees because it's really complicated and so Extension Services offer be school and so we went to the county extension office and registered for B. School. Which is an eight week evening? Course where they teach you everything you need to know about keeping bees so that we could better maintain our city recording advent co working and Bill Maher community. We can see the the gleaming buildings of attach in distance. Nobody around here goes to school right. You would be shot. Yeah there are the B schools in Charlotte which offered by many schools in Charlotte offered through Mecklenburg County extension and they almost always sell out so there are people going to school tons of your certificate. I mean you do not get a B. Certificate from be school I then followed up. Cabrera's county extension school. But I want I want to. They don't grade you and be school. They don't everybody's average is that right. That's what they'll have you believe although some people caught onto it more quickly than others. It's it's a difficult. It's a difficult hobby. We're GONNA have a lot of fun on the show today starting with B. School. And but you're also certified journeyman beekeeper. Now right correct so. I realize actually went outside at one time. You get out from behind the glass partition from behind screen and I started working the hive And had gone to school and felt like that was a decent foundation but realized that when you're trying to care for fifty thousand bees in high which is what's average and they're facing all sorts of threats like pesticides and habitat loss and even things like mice will attack beehives that in order to keep them alive. You need to know a lot more than they teach you in B. School. And so I started taking classes through the University. Montana's Continuing Education Department where I became a certified journeyman beekeeper which sounds super fancy but it's the lowest level of certifications. You're kind of a yellow belt when it comes to the black belt series so I gotta ask this question so I've got A. I got a little rescue dog too. If there's an insect buzzing around the house be or whatever she's GonNa try to catch it right. How do these seven rescue dogs do around to be her when we lived in we started keeping bees when we lived in Charlotte and we kept them in our backyard? And so the dog's had access to the hives and trying to convince them at first not to poke their noses in. The hives was a bit of a challenge less so for the smaller ones because the high sit up on tables and the little ones couldn't reach but the lab thought that. I don't know she wanted to make friends with the Bees I. I'm not sure what she was thinking. she got stung several times on one outing and that was the last time she went near the now. The beehives are in the very back pasture. Not near any of the animals. We're talking about protecting pollinators. How to save creatures that feed our world your most recent Nonfiction Book Your and and so. Who are the pollinators a start there? It's a good question so there's a be on the cover of the book. People often think of bees as the only pollinators and certainly they are important pollinators but there are also a pollinating invertebrates and insects. So it's things like bats and hummingbirds and butterflies and moths and all sorts of creepy crawly creatures. We're GonNa talk about the science of how pollination works before it's at because you know most people probably forgotten some of this stuff that we stayed in eighth grade science class but But I I need to figure how. And why did you decide to write about pollinators? It was really a benefit of my work as a journalist so one of the things that I like best about being journalist is the fact that when I want to learn something I have access to all sorts of experts who are willing to answer Nosey questions. Because I'm writing an article and so as I was trying to learn more and more about bees in particular I started writing a lot of stories for places like NPR about what was happening with bees. And I started connecting with more and more experts and Continuing to produce content around bees and an editor at island press. Got In touch with me and said we put out a book in. I believe it was nineteen ninety-seven called the forgotten pollinator and we want to update it because now people are talking about pollinator decline and the this crisis that we're facing and we need to put out a new book and she said I saw your stories and I wondered if you would be interested in. This book came to you so to speak. Yeah that's nice when books come to you right. We're GONNA talk about that later in the show in the last segment but Let's talk about you. Mentioned the word crisis and so I want to understand a little bit about some of the things that are at stake here What is at stake so there are two big things at stake. One is the diversity of our food supply so pollinators are responsible for about one out of every three bites of food that we take and that includes everything from coffee and tea oranges and almonds to you know Broccoli and carrots and chocolate to chocolate absolutely yes. Keila say the tea and Tequila discussion for later in the show. Because that's I mean that would be a good reason for to save pollinators right. I mean I will take any reason that people will go on to save pollinator. Chocolate chocolate is going to get me interested in this subject so anyway. So we're.
"university montana" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Seven box a ticket I join me now is a fifteen year vet of the Globetrotters also second all time on the university Montana's assist list scooter Christiansen is my gas scooter gray tabby on man how are you I'm doing well thanks for having me yeah this site whether we have out today I might remind you a little bit of Missoula now if it's a work of this morning if I had a blast biggest a mime visit this is crazy but yeah ma'am but a raise in Vegas so I've I've I don't miss the search I I gotta have their phones and though yeah we we needed to Regis and we haven't had it for a little while I'm if it is fifteen years in the ana how to all get started for you how did you become a globetrotter always happen to be at the right place right time I was actually an assisted video coordinator in a practice player for the Phoenix Suns NBA team around two thousand five and we've had these pick up games on the weekend and it will try to scouts came to one of those pick of games you happen to be looked at another guy in the seeing me and the rest is history are by me to the training camp and be with the team members that what was the one move that you think sealed it for you did you cry like break you do tangles are or will they know Albert all doctors smoking is geared our hit shots gone by and you know pick and rolls the dough good defense you know just just play my game like I normally would do every every weekend that we had and then got it you know did group the Phoenix Suns Gaza they hate Mandy that trust government to give you a call or talk to get your information and at that time I was taking every opportunity that came my way so because the sun we get ready to see me overseas to play pro ball overseas and now we're going to come back to travel this summer to eat yeah wow crazy how things work out sometimes right right right place right time yeah I'm I'm curious how much did you watch them growing up what was kind of your first experience as a fan of the Globetrotters are there for you to use I I've never been to a game is a glow as as a kid we never bits of we'll try to game as a kid but the first time I've ever seen was on the car to the Scooby doo and it was it was curly Neal and cartoon figure stood in the basketball on his head on the snow in a day bowl in the stuff that I I remember that at all and then but then finally getting to the TV didn't realize the impact that it had on people's lives it was just a win win situation for me for sure yeah and I think a lot of us kind of ad that was our first exposure to the Globetrotters because I lived in a rural area we need you know I have the chain gold charms didn't come through our tiny town and I think that was one of the first times that I saw the Globetrotters so I think I Scooby doo made a lot of people of Globetrotters trains you mentioned curly Neal and some of the things that he could do right don't have a user past his records on a couple of those things well you know I don't know if he had used if he has any streaming records but I do hold the Guinness were record of the of the longest your region a spring in about the woman knows for US seven point seven second which is so funny because I remember really DO in a cartoon figures been in a ball on his nose when I'm watching the Scooby doo cartoon and then here I am you know years and years later and I have an opportunity to do that and you know make kids about making feel good stuff was pretty cool your Christians in my gas member of the Harlem Globetrotters who are coming to the Broadmoor world arena with they're pushing the limits world tour on March first extra sports thirteen hundred dot com is where you can start to get your tickets are you are also a television star in your own right scooter you have been on the bachelorette as a not as a contestant as I understand is that is that correct you were on the show but you weren't vying for a young woman's affection right it was me my team is on that show and the whole deal with the obstacle of that day was this was for the camp the contents of that was going for the girl who ever played basketball or will reversal dispute the best one to date with her that night well what they do with us would be my teammates they gave us the street clothes we had our globetrotter uniforms and the neat so and so she goes okay is we're gonna do not play games about five oh five no and season a windy day with me tonight so the contestants you guys go skiing and mark brings you guys the search and that was the key word which he says based search definitely ripped off our street you know clothes and had to go try to uniform on a need in the guys are like okay there's no by women to date with the girl tonight and it was so but it was in California on Venus Venice beach and it would be drew a big crowd and we just needed the Michael watches in general that was what brought that's very cool so I you I want to ask you about your days add on at Montana the O. two season are you guys when the Big Sky conference it did turn to make you go to the NC double a to lead the team in assists that year I'm playing on that stage versus playing on the globe Trotter stage how is it different now is it similar our will totally different because it's far as like a competitive state of mind you know like you know come from a competitive basketball in you know like grown up watching basketball then you know that calm as you see Duke and North Carolina week forced it and they go to these you know these you doubly every year and then here we are the Cinderella team that wins our big star conference tournament and we get the we get a chance to dance and in the big dance so that was unbelievable feeling you know me and it was just our member bring the bar across half court the end scene the NC double laser just had a moment of like this is unbelievable this is we watched it every year and now we're in it you know me and went on and played a game and we were like down by eight at half time which we like but then as we head you're right rude to read this lot now be with the Globetrotters I mean I'm fifteen years I've been the eighty five different countries and and and and this never thought in a million years I have the chance to do that and may you have the opportunity to change people's lives because they go so far and beyond basketball you know that you're making people feel good about themselves making people smile and hope you make memories last a lifetime is what will drugs are all about yeah well send us scooter Christians in my gas last thing before I let you go I'm I I don't know if you're aware of this I think it was on ESPN that I will be a Harlem globetrotter on March first so right teammate globetrotter globetrotter because obviously we hold the same standing in the on the team I'm just some dope that used his radio connections to get on the team by team mates a teammate scooter can you give us a little something for March first what what can we expect you guys continue to reinvent yourselves you continue to add to the repertoire you continue make it bigger better more fun for the family can you give us a little something records were our tours call pushing the limits and that's exactly what we're doing because we added a lot and elements this year handling the ball in the dark this time so the ball is going to be glowing wristband that have been is going to be blown the kids the kids are actually going to love that we're taking live record breaking shot so you might see one of my teammates attempt a full court shot you might see a blind a blindfolded hookshot we got guys against you stand on top of the ramp in a shop on the other side of the court you doing that UFC by excluding the four point my back even further this is our tenth anniversary of the four point margin we excuse me back even further to thirty five feet and we added a fifth quarter this year with a fancy to come out to the court hi feisty creatures and sign autographs so it's not going to be average Bassil again that's for sure but the fans going deaf in one half on there gonna love this man that's for sure well I do a lot of really cool things with my job I think that my job is pretty cool yeah my my kids my kids care about nothing I do except when I was a Harlem globetrotter last year they love it they love it they love it all the Globetrotters getting to meet on the the team was great with the kids not just my kids but all the kids there so I'm really excited to be back out there on March first I know my kids are excited to see you guys again in action scooter thanks so much for the time be safe out there on the roadways and hopefully we get a chance to chat again soon good thank you thank you so much for having me yeah my pleasure scooter Christiansen of the Harlem Globetrotters joining us here on drive time.
"university montana" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Goals in Largo rockstar spend a lot of money on my brand new okay all here the regiment tend to have a contest write an essay of the legacy of Martin Luther king junior the four winners were white because no black submitted an essay M. university Montana's been attacked as racist for having the contest at all was sponsored by the African American studies department which took down the pictures of the winners because they were white is there anybody listening who does not think that this is frightening hoot hoot even evil you understand that you send your child to college unless they're in the breed in the four years deeply religious studying all the medicine or biology or math the FE are subjected to a a disruption of the conscience colleges are sick I don't know why it is difficult for people to conclude this when this happens every day somewhere I'm still not finished with the vice provost of diversity and inclusion at the Purdue who wrote that idea when I spoke there I said take this to the president of Purdue thank you all of you who wrote him letters all of them were respectful and but the strong why don't you just apologize it's all I want I want him to to retract that the fifth what a big deal I even do you know that I sent him a video of my speech show me where I said the slavery is not bad you have to understand the people on the left when I say the truth is not a left wing value I mean that literally it's a liberal value what's a conservative I shuttle left wing value this man does not wake up and think cool today's another date ally but being on the left he doesn't ask is what I'm saying true that's the difference he asked is what I'm saying effective if he's conservative this speaker Dennis Prager then he must think slavery wasn't bad you will have to make up things that conservatives believe in order to stay on the left very important trait of leftism make up things conservatives believe via I'll be back to the university of Montana moment of the all the Prager you videos the one that receives the most attack is Carol Swain whose former Princeton professor she's black she's brilliant she said that you via racism is not the reason that the South votes Republican which is which to a conservative is completely accurate they do so because they're conservative there a whole host of issues would would would southerners not vote for a conservative Republican over over a Democrat if they're racist right they wouldn't correct they have to believe were racist otherwise there's nothing to fight it gives their meaningless lives meaning meaning is the issue to the big issue in life what gives you meaning they don't believe in America they don't believe in god they don't believe in Judaism or Christianity they better believe in something leftism is a substitute for all the other things people believe the combination of secularism leftism and affluence it is a dangerous brew the four contest winners who started receiving threats as I read critics blasted shameful university officials for holding the contest at all that amazing the African American studies program was denounced for not canceling the competition when the organizes realize the skin color of the six entrance at whose racist who is this Yvette obvious the left is racist what what what do you what do you live in denial because it's too painful yes it is painful for a liberal to understand how bad looking Alan Dershowitz he's he's ended up losing most of his friends Hey is it will become a conservative he just he just wants the truth told about the president one eight Praeger seven seven six is an interesting question from the copy on given for relief factor how much pain is too much pain one but he'll have to decide my opinion if you can get rid of it too much pain is any pain if you can get rid of it life has pain but that's separate is nineteen ninety five too much to spend to see if you can get out of.
"university montana" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"She earned a PHD from the university of south Florida in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in special education and urban education after Glenn do blah is now the longest serving chancellor in the history Virginia's community colleges hired in two thousand and one since then he has led the system of twenty colleges and forty campuses through two successful strategic plans in the third call complete twenty twenty one which aspires to triple the number. Credentials colleges put into Virginia's economy to earn his PHD in higher education administration research and policy from the university, Massachusetts, he holds a masters degree from eastern. Kentucky university bachelor's degree. I'm Atlantic university, and associate of science degree from the state university of New York in Farmingdale. Actress Sandra Han is the president of solut- hootenanny college at tribal college and university TCU located in Montana after serving as vice president of academic affairs. She has more than two decades of experience, working in higher education, both in Montana and California. Dr Honda's in role member of the confederated solution, Kuni tribes of the flat head Indian reservation. She earned her doctorate education and educational leadership from the university of Montana, a masters of education for Montana state university, and a bachelor of arts and sociology from the university Montana again. Welcome to you all. We appreciate all the witness from being here for you all being here. And certainly look forward to your testimony. I just wanted to remind you that we have Reggie written statements, and they will appear in full and the hearing record pursuant into committee. Real seventy in committee.
"university montana" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"So I did with this Pennsylvania guy did a loaded them up, and I called WP as a took it home. And I said, I just found this wounded baby. Dear is it. That cannot be in your possession. You need to. Go put it back. He founded or quickly handed off to someone else. So took care of it for a short period of time and handed it over to a wildlife sanctuary in Hamilton Montana, and as far as I know that deer lived a happy healthy life. I doubt it. Why are you doubt it because I hear I've heard from people that like they have a horrible time dealing with wounded wounded deer. This thing. This thing was heavily can cost like its head was spinning around. Why do you lived happily ever after? Well, I was around the deer for upwards of a week and took it. Yeah. Love it. Not really interesting. Took a spot for now. Yeah, I do I especially after it was like this. This had like a second chance because a year prior. I had. Twit put down this poor little creature that I can't fix your broken legs. You know, this thing didn't have a chance. So I I did I finished off a very wounded deer on the side of the road, and it broke my heart. And then a year later, I was like maybe this one has a chance its legs are not broken. And so it made it through the first week, and as far as I know lived happily ever after in Hamilton Montana at a wildlife sanctuary. Did they name it? No. I named it a little baby road rash because it was scraped up real bad. I've looked at you totally different. The man I like what I'm seeing? Yeah. See him. I look at you. This is a related story. The guy who wrote it in about guy lives in Idaho. And he runs into a guy who is from an out of state or from Ohio who's out wolf on in the guys asking around. He says he's been hunting his took us off as a senior bulls. This guy says well, I'll keep my eyes outlet. You know what I hear? And what I see? And likewise, let me know if you run into any. Okay. So he's hunting felt. Guys, Missouri, not Ohio. So he goes out hunting, elk the local goes out hunting out gets into a bunch of wolves calls a dude from zuri, the do tells may man get out to this area. The guy goes out. Sure enough gets wolf so he's real happy with this local fellow any calls them. And he's saying you're not going to believe this. This is the Missouri guy in Idaho, calling the local fellow you're not going to believe this. But we turned onto a bridge. And there was a big bowl standing on the bridge and this bowl jumped off the bridge. Oh, dang it. Right now is laying down on the rocks wounded with a broken back. So don't get it. Yeah. Well. While later the guy calls the wolf hunter calls the guy back goes, I'm telling you man, we just drove by again. And now, it's dead on the rocks. And he says is a big bowl in the guy. The guy was like from zuri there's probably a rag horn. What do they know about big bowls with him and his buddy who still got L drive over its a three hundred fifty inch? A three fifty goals laying dead under the bridge. And he's had a grueling twenty yard pack out. Tagged at the whole the home. I've seen a video of real visa meat was all good video of somebody driving their car across a bridge. And some rut crazed whitetail comes onto the bridge. And it doesn't know where to go and spills off the side and executes itself pretty promptly when I was going to the university of Montana. I can't remember it was five or seven mule deer got into the parking garage spiraled their way up the ramps to the top of the parking garage. Then all bailed off and we're all in dead into pile below the parking garage paint lemons off their remember at the same round the same time but mountain line killed him. Yu-lian stash it against the mechanical building, very mcgann's. This big rock of intrigue Rockefeller University Montana eight there's two students that have been thoroughly beaten by white tails on campus..
"university montana" Discussed on THE BRENDON SHOW
"And I was nineteen year old kid at the time, which is really talk about in the in these words, but for me, it was like mortality motivation, who's like moment as young man or young woman person, you realize that life is precious. And I got that at nineteen. And I think that was my grace bussing most people don't get that until they're thirty forty fifty sixty or their parents pass away in their eighties or something. And then they go. Oh, my prices. Yeah. Somebody wins and next this happens. Most people it's later in life. Mine was very hard very dramatic at nineteen. I've been suicidal up to that point of the car accident because the first woman who I'd ever dated we fell in love. We're gonna married. She cheated I fell apart my life and identity fell apart. So I became suicidal and just thinking about planning it. I was in college at the time, and it was such a horrible visceral. Two years of misery, and then the accident and in the accident. There was a moment when I was standing on a hold of this car. I'd like escaped the car we rolled several times. I skip the car, and I was standing on the hood of the car, and I thought it was going to pass out and what I looked down. And I saw this blood on my body. I literally had this moment as I thought energy was leaving my body. I thought did I matter. And I hated the answer to that. Because a nineteen year old kid. I don't think I'd ever really learn to think outside of myself. You know, they might happy. My sad. We are fighting. She's mean, what's she doing for me? Yeah. Just like yours everything. So New Year's going, and it was that. I didn't have people around me who were giving indications of make a difference in other people's lives like my mom, and my dad were always helping other people. So that was a big inspiration. But I'd never thought like in that higher level of service to humanity or anything like that. It was that I realized at the end of our life. We're going to ask that I matter and I didn't like the answer passed out on who the car short, obviously survived made it through to ruin the story for anyone. But I made it through and just weeks and months later reflecting on that moment, I thought okay. Is that is that a question? I'm gonna ask at the end of my life. And I realize it was so I started asking nineteen. How can I matter? What does that mean to knee? What does it mean to contribute? What does it mean to live with purpose? What does it really mean not from some book and not feel sophomore level? Like, you're standing on the car, you're going to die. And you're thinking did I matter how do you know, the answer is? Yes, like how I've been happy with that moment and obsessed about that for years, and I think that helps so much because I didn't start in this industry at that point. I was nineteen. I didn't start in the industry teaching and training people at high levels for another. Fourteen fifteen years seeds. Yeah. I would learn if you did well was the first thing graduated finished college university Montana what to university Montana at grad school. So organizational communication folks on leadership left. There got a corporate job at Accenture at that time. It was like the world's largest consulting company. I think it was like eighty six thousand employees when I started there, and I'm this country bumpkin kid from Montana moved down to San Francisco and was terrified would never been to a big city like that no idea how to just do it. No, like, all my money went to rent a really crappy apartment because it was like everybody in two thousand. San Francisco Britos or twelve dollars, welcome. It was brutal. And I had no idea. I did. I went down there too. I wanted to be a trainer I just love teaching. I wanted to teach people how to do stuff and had nothing to do with personal development. It was all organizational communication. It was consulting company. Now has over four hundred thousand employees, and what happened is as there is getting bigger and bigger and bigger, and I fell less and less and less of an intimacy to the work. You know, it was like crazy presentation handed somebody they deliver it makes a difference maybe over there, but you never hear about it..
"university montana" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"But the Democrats down there is still concerned that not gonna see these big numbers, two months, Hispanics because so many of them young young voters just don't vote in midterm elections. A quarter of Florida's top elation now is Hispanic that's much higher than national average. And if they don't show up at the polls, that's further problems for the Democrats. In a big way release yesterday from Montana, show democratic Senator Jon tester in the lead Montana, state university billings, poll inducted by telephone for muck Tober. Eighth to thirteenth found tester head forty, seven percent to thirty eight percent against state auditor, Matt Rosen, Dale, but it's a much tighter race in the Montana state university, Montana, television network poll conducted by mail from mid September, early October. In that poll tester has a three point lead forty six to forty three. So Steve, which one of these two, this is a race by the way, President Trump has leaned on very hard visiting Montana, doing a rally. They're a few days ago which of those Posey things closer to the? Yeah, it's we don't see many polls like that. Second one, you just showed there were two thousand respondents. It was conducted over the period of three weeks by mail. So usually the first ones in more traditional telephone pole model, both of them in some way, do sort of mesh with our basic understanding of the race that even though this is a state. Donald Trump carrying by twenty points test to repairs to have some kind of a leader, whether it's only a couple points, whether it's a little bit more substantial in that test or does appear to be a head in this race. Montana has that history despite voting so strongly for Donald Trump has a democratic governor is elected Max Baucus to the Senator for all those years. The other fascinating number out of Montana though in that first poll the one that has test or up by nine points, they also pulled the congressional race, which is the entire state of Montana. One congressional district for the state in remember the Republican incumbent there. Greg, gene forty came to national prominence last year when he body slammed the reporter on the eve of that special election, their poll has Jian forty up by only three points. So this is one of those potential sleeper congressional races. We talk so much about suburban districts were Democrats think they can pick off Republicans in places Clinton did well, here's a place Trump won by twenty points in the Republican congressman fighting for his political life right now. And it may have something to do with the lingering controversy from what happened in the special. Democrats hopes of taking them Senator slim to begin with. It goes without saying, they can't lose John tests, tester absolute must for them. Right. And you got some other polls from the state of Georgia, some congressional polls sort of fold in with the Stacey Abrams Brian Kemp rates governor. Yeah, it was interesting one of these sort of blast from the past year, but you're looking at how close that governor's race is. One of the stories in Georgia is how the state has been changing demographically particularly in Atlanta in immediately around Atlanta. You see the governor's race. There is tied one area. We see almost a spillover effect from that. The sixth district of Georgia. Remember this one Democrats pump thirty million bucks in their last year that Jon Ossoff special election from Tom prices district. They got close knit. They lost that race by four points to carry handle. Well, there you go. Here's a new poll up just the other day handle still only leading by four points. Republicans are nervous enough about this race, the just the other day they put more than a million dollars in nationally to try to shore up Karen Handel because they are seeing these are suburbs that you know, Mitt Romney carried by twenty plus points in. Thousand twelve in this district came all the way down to Trump plus one in twenty-six teams..
"university montana" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Green produces the show longoria. These stoic eskimo on the other side of the takeout window your pal in mine. Low T Chuck screens your calls. No t got a math. I mean, I'm not even this is not purposely Chuck this is legit. We have a massive show tonight. Second hour of the program, you know, movie Monday Academy Award winner. Louis Gossett junior in studio to talk about his amazing career. I am I'm on pins and needles about that love what an amazing career that do tad. He's in town. He was honored with an award today in the city of Atlanta. So the second hour Louis Gossett junior in town. We're gonna run the first hour of the show. I'll tell you about that. A second quick Rick weekend recap. Deborah green. The show. How's your weekend, buddy, everything? Good to bad couple of concerts. A lot of bad movies, ate some bad food concerts. I went to nine inch nails. And it went to Frankie Valli me. Ask you a question. So friday. Oh, that's awesome. That's a great combo. Combo Friday night. I'm driving by the FOX theater, and there's oh, yeah. Okay. And there's hundreds of people lined up sitting in chairs outside the FOX wasn't that widespread panic? I think they're waiting for tickets. Okay. They weren't waiting to get in nine inch nails now that was waiting to get into a concert waiting for tickets go on sale. Okay. Fair enough and Frankie Valli where was he playing at the Cobb energy center. What happened to the four seasons the four seasons are there. But they're all new seasons. Oh, I got you no longer autumn winter fall summer. Longoria. Good weekend. Everything. Good kid dressed in fantasy football. You did. Well, yeah. That was the highlight of my that's my guy gets sixty points tonight. Quarterback from the bears got sixty points. But. Good for you. But I was close benched a couple people that should have. And I probably would have been right. That's right at aside from that. How anything big this off Thursday and Friday, and so I had four days right with the girls. All right. Good. So Chuck good weekend killing the no. Oh, you went to the Georgia game heard. I heard the pre-game was better than the actual game. The most of it was he was partying it like some some. Yeah. Yeah. It was nice. Was that your first Georgia game you ever been to? Yeah. Wow. When would you think? Okay. Hot gas. Yeah. Look, I I get I'm not a big SEC football fan. Everybody has down here. I prefer the smaller venues why go. Twenty thousand is opposed one hundred is to meet people mountain west mountain west Fisher, Montana. Just I just don't like being around mean. What's the big college football team in Montana? You have one university Montana. What's their mascot the grizzlies? Oh, that's right. Yeah. Yeah. Stadium has twenty four thousand buddy Montana. I can handle who we call Montana because he went to the Versi about ten and he's from Georgia. Once I got in and sat down it was, okay. Yeah. But that's fun. We're going to fall when it's a little better. Randy from the digital desk Georgia since studio. How's your weekend, buddy? Fantastic. I enjoyed it. I enjoyed every bit of any highlights just have a little fun dates or whatever. Wow. Multiple. Love connection or unfortunately. No. But lots of great food that was the highlight of my weekend. Best friends in from out of town. I'm actually my godson was in town. They brought their three kids in and it was great seeing them and went to two restaurants. I'd never been to before. And a highly recommend both of them Friday night. We're joined by the FOX went to the gun show. Have you heard a gun show in eastern? No, no. If you heard of we haven't been Texas. It's no different different now. Yeah. This is it's Kevin Gillespie. I guess the chef owns it. And there's like five chefs there, and it's kind of like American dim-sum dim, son. They bring carts of like dumplings around in the hey, but this is like they bring plates the chefs make these plates. So like the first guy came up with. He's like, hey, I've got this crab role. You know, like, lobster crab, and he's like do you guys want? How many do you want for the table on five, you know? And then they Mark it on your menu like all right five of this. So, you know, all the dishes in advance, and they just could cut the chefs coming around with food today. I've got I don't know Chuck a hanger state. And you go. Yeah. On a hanger steak. It's it's really cool experience and the cocktails are poked and to cocktails then I'm like, what is my name. I was I was very good highly recommend it the gun show. And then Kimball house on Saturday indicator you've been there. No, very good spot too. So I brought my food horizons and got see my godson, which is very good. All right. So here's what a kick off my show. Obviously, the FBI is looking into judge Kavanagh's background or whatever. And a lot of this is centering around his high school years, and what was in his high school yearbook. So what I wanna do preemptively because we all know one day, I will be on the supreme court. I y combed through my high school yearbook, and I wanted to find anything that might be incriminating from my high school yearbook. So we're going to go through we're going to role play and Deb. Randy, and Chuck are gonna read some of the inscriptions people made in my yearbook to see if anything will prevent me from becoming a supreme court Justice. So you've got scripts they all your names should be labeled on their we'll go through page by page. We'll start off though. So under my name. You see the first pages there's more Jewish mullet right there. So this is where I right stuff under my name. And you know, like having a wrote ING or whatever the devil's triangle like they're saying that that's nefarious stuff. So GD, h that's probably bad thing. That's short for God damn Hudek. So that's my buddy. So that's probably not a good thing hair. I don't know what that is pill is my buddy peel. Jackson Hudek chunky Zeke the pass. All right. That will get me in trouble that was our code for having sex Zeke the pass. So if I get called in front of Grassley and Feinstein, if they ask me Zeke, the past means that means having sex, which ironically, I didn't do a lot of in college in high school more than cabinet that Mullah than. Being ramirez. Two girls in California friends of mine, bony that was the guy told you on that card store. Antique store in ice cream shop on one Steve pasternack that's actually referenced. Now, I'm not gonna say that. But I can tell you what that's referencing. Joe mugunga? That's actually, a swear word and Korean. So that's probably a bad thing. No, no now. Yeah. If you're if you're.
"university montana" Discussed on Ambition Today
"Feely herbs, nervous as hell. Woke up one thirty with images of the match and one batch at a time. Everybody's got the deck's stacked against us, but you know what? We're the small country for million and what will match the time. We've made it to top four and my goals. We can go all the way, so nice. Let's jump into the episodes in their backpacks, speaking of Croatia, where are you from? So yeah, I am Gratien in grownup. I've had kind of a unique childhood. I grew up between Chicago area and creches kid going back and forth till I was thirteen and then decide to play a very cruel joke and retired in Montana. So he's a big game, hunter, Fisher. So. So having this very diverse fund childhood beaches, Cratia to a fairly big city in all of a sudden now ending up in the town of two thousand people in Corvallis Montana. So while it was a culture shock from hell and I was the Yugoslav the commie is they used to call me back then and got a lotta shit for it was it was actually great experience. You know, it's something that still love going back and seeing family today and really enjoy it. But there till graduated from high school and college university Montana, moved out to sea out. It's nice. Nice. We'll just because I grew up about by group a little bit on the outskirts, and it's interesting anytime I meet someone who's experienced lived both rural life and city life here in New York. Now, obviously, for years. What sort of balanced do you think that brings to you that other people just kind of like, fuck the other side or like I don't understand the Trump people understand the city people, the Hillary people like there's just like people look past each other, but I feel like you have probably very good common understanding of. To react. Absolutely. It's funny, a lot of people look at my Facebook and they wonder what the hell because I have a bunch of make America great friends on their that are Trumpers always. And then I have the far left that are fucked Trump and you know, one of the things that's taught me as with being growing up between Cratia Takagi, Montana, Seattle here, you know that people have different experiences. They come from different walks of life in. The biggest thing for me is I've always had this childlike mindset were always asked why and still haven't grown out of it. I mean partner and gives me shit about it because I know more about his mother than he does, but I love to learn about people and it really understand where they come from, and I think that's one of the things is, you know, that's really set me in the different tone set of being stuck in the ground with, here's my opinion, fuck you. If you don't like it to work actually see the other side and collaboration pragmatism really pops in mind, and I love it. I mean, I still like some of my friends and like the fuck you thinking. But at the same time I love him to death. You know, I can separate politics, religion, beliefs from who they are as an individ-. Everyone. Everyone's a person into the SUV. Anyone university of Tanna micro biology? Yeah. Interesting because you ended up in finance, so you know why micro arousing time, but we thinking did to use it. How's it stay with you again? It's funny actually use it more now than before, mainly from the concepts and how you go about approaching things. But long story short while we wanna be Dr ER physician. So sixteen I was in the t eighteen. I was a paramedic, youngest medic in the state of Montana. Paramedic, one eleven. I was the very first swat medic in the state. They actually sent me to Detroit and then to Bethesda for training. So as what we call say, there's committed, there's crazy, and then there's Croatian and for me, it was something that was over committed and I was in the army reserves, the flight medic as well. So by the time I graduate and was off to med school, I was burnt out every yard..
"university montana" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Only enough grit to tame and unforgiving frontier outlooks on tv right dr quinn was a horseback riding medicine woman not a researcher tucked away in some east coast university but we're women in the real life wild west similarly empowered and if so as empowerment had a lasting effect on present day politics tiffany shut just may be on to something last august the maricopa county board of supervisors picked geraldine peden fill an empty seat in the state house of representatives it meant that the arizona legislature with forty percent of the seats now filled by women surpassed vada another western state to claim the most female representation of any state house in the nation and while democrats nationally account for more women in state government arizona which is controlled at every level by republicans as a long history of electing women is this the legacy of a historical trend that is put western frontier states way ahead of the curve there is an argument to be made that the basis for female participation has term cultural implications that we see play out but there are contradictions to that that's laura ward with ni professor of history and the executive vice president and provost for idaho state university montana has the first female federal office holder and ginette rankin who elected to the us house in nineteen sixteen but montana hasn't sent another woman to the us congress since nineteen sixty so it's a complex story about local politics as well as federal politics but taken as a whole it's clear that women's participation in politics is broader in these western states when i talked with her about this intersection she explained the complicated history of why so many frontier states pave the way for the night nineteenth amendment which gave women across the country the right to vote in nineteen twenty this is one of the great stories of the suffrage movement and it really begins in wyoming in eighteen sixty nine which becomes the first state to grant full suffrage to women of followed by colorado idaho and utah and these are efforts that are really driven by local politics focus on granting women the right to vote with some idea that women would vote in the same way as their husbands can you give an example of where women having the right to vote actually increased in some policy way.
"university montana" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Sure the american west stirs the imagination of voting images of roughened humbled pioneers armed with only enough grit to tame and unforgiving frontier i mean that's how it looks on tv right dr quinn was a horseback ride and medicine woman not a researcher tucked away in some east coast university but women in the real life wild west similarly empowered and if so has that empowerment had a lasting effect on present day politics tiffany shut just may be on to something last august america county board of supervisors picked geraldine peden fill an empty seat in the state house of representatives it meant that the arizona legislature with forty percent of the seats now filled by women surpassed nevada another western state the claim the most female representation of any state house in the nation and while democrats nationally account for more women in state government arizona which is controlled at every level by republicans as a long history of electing women is this the legacy of a historical trend that is put western frontier states way ahead of the curve there is an argument to be made that the basis for fema participation has long term cultural implications that we see play out but there are contradictions to that that's lured with ni professor of history and the executive vice president and provost for idaho state university montana has the first female federal officeholder engine it rankin who was elected to the us house in nineteen sixteen but montana hasn't sent another woman to the us congress since nineteen sixty so it's a complex story about local politics as well as federal politics but taken as a whole it's clear that women's participation in politics is broader in these western states when i talked with her about this intersection she explained the complicated history of why so many frontier states pave the way for the nineteenth amendment which gave women across the country the right to vote in one thousand nine hundred twenty.
"university montana" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley
"Uh you know uh the majority of people who live out in the countryside in south america are subsistence farmers right you know they live off of what they grow if they don't grow anything their family does the and so things like droughts and heatwaves highstakes yeah there are a matter of life and death really and so when i came back i realized you know i wanna work on something that can help actually the majority of the world that are so tied to the environment they as a matter of life and death and so so i came back and i decided i wanted to study yet climate related issues equality in college e related issues and so yeah at university montana actually i studied a forest ecology and ecological modeling and ecological modeling just means taking like an ecological system like a forest turn it into mathematical equations and then turning those equations into a computer model that he can use to it newsworthy cool things at nasa does it's like you know is the data collection and then you need then using the scientific community to turn data into knowledge but gathering that data it's not just from you know satellite by space telescope's there's a lot of data collection on the ground in people always tend to think of you know the larger climate the big picture mother earth perspective but a lot of that data's used for agriculture up even right here in the united states yes it's like it's crucial information for you know human disaster response you know you got a know how the earth is reacting you just pay that data that nasa collects pays dividends for all kinds of groups down the road yeah yeah that's right and that's that's nasr's job right to understand.
"university montana" Discussed on AP News
"Sunday all the russia talk is overblown neither kushner nor anybody else tied to the president did anything wrong private lashed time that he has to talk about russia the president tweeted sunday he has complete power to pardon leaving open the suggestion he could pardon himself or others as the russia probes continue the maine senator susan collins tell cbs's face the nation he should keep quiet while they continue i know it's hard but he needs to step back saga magayani washington and on twitter president trump tweeted if republicans don't repeal and replace the disastrous obama care the reprecussions will be far are greater than any of them understand a key boat is expected in the senate this week it's still not clear if it will be simply to repeal or repeal and replace the obama affordable care act james bradley jr appears in court today in san antonio texas he was driving a tractor trailer filled with people investigators call it an immigrant smuggling can't gone wrong these people were not true without any signs at any type of water so you looking a lot of heat stroke lot of dehydration san antonio fire chief charles hood says at least thirty eight were in the truck found parked outside a walmart store at least nine people are dead nearly twenty others were taken to hospitals with lifethreatening injuries university montana student guthrie mclean has been freed after being detained for a week in china he was accused of entering a taxi driver who was wrapping up his mother during a dispute over fair this is ap radio news.
"university montana" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Because they're not allowed to reintroduce grizzly bears they're not allowed to as a private organization of the fish and wildlife service would have to do this and fish and wildlife service doesn't actually even the public lands that are there are not managed by the us fish and wildlife service and good luck getting cooperation from people montana they're still stinging from the wolves being introduced at the yellowstone in the dead decimation of the elk population and all the other livestock issues they've had their now so they argue at least down in and when i was the last few years i was in montana and this was about ten years after the wolves had been recovered we had about seventeen gray wolves in montana are in the northern rockies actually by about twenty twelve or so and so the hunters in montana were up in arms sort of the way these whitetail hunters in south carolina now are up in arms over coyotes the hunters montanaro up in arms because it wasn't so easy to get an elk anymore and they blamed it on wolves and someone from the university montana did a study of a ticket heard that had been singled out as one that was just being harassed by wolves in on it was impossible to kill bull there anymore and concluded that ashley most of the predation would that was taking place on that occurred was from mountain lions and not the wolves that had been reintroduced but it's become the for the hunting community the sport hunting community which is head of course a century now of getting to hunt.
"university montana" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And away from the air punts robert smeets with atmosphere chemistry bob you'll closer roberts is a research can missed with the national oshie yannick and have a spirited ministry should joeckel sent his with the university montana and together they want to explain why this is so important you'll close and starts there's three main things in effect the composition of the atmosphere one is natural chemicals from plants think of the smell enough for store a flower another is human caused chemicals exhaust from cars or industry we called answer be jannik and then by mass burning fires on the plane or of smoke you know cool since as we know the least about smoke but the chemicals from fires are doing to be goes on layer atmosphere and one of those particles doing junior lungs and one of the doing to the whole pointed years that information is relevant now more than ever while fires are becoming more prevalent the burning longer and larger an increasingly at the us for service is considering letting some of those fires bart under no structures are people threatened wild fire can be healthy for of forest and by letting a small one burn clearing outdid treason brush there's a less fuel for the next one to make that decision roberts says really need good science can with details about what that's most does the answer because you wouldn't let a fire burn if you knew that the veteran tayshaun it was burning and put up smoking chemical sever especially dangerous to humans are bad for the atmosphere which brings us back to the research itself the burning room is now open cake with smoke abigail cost a graduate student from the university of colorado tracks data coming in on a computer in ended joining room something that fire here she's using is super sensitive spectrum of listening it's like on it that can identify individual compounds in a some of the red is for now the high we to maybe familiar with nice finally.
"university montana" Discussed on Politically Re-Active
"Arm at university montana and i'm one of the only among the only american indians on campus and i and i that was when i started to figure stuff out like a had had guys lived on hall from me they called me chief all the time and early understand that you know and and i also figured out the like white people don't laugh very much like earth at the era and i was like man or one of these guys is so miserable again i said our and i've had that at our show the standard comedians all but i think it might be different reasons but yet the key summarized some of the major points of the article in also needed tells little bit of of how this relates to dapple to know dapple the this stood articles a a summation of stuff that i've been talking about with my other either native friends for the past like three four five years we know when the when the mascot debate really hit it big like we were actually taking at that moment in time like right when it blew up like i was i was in a i was in a trouble sovereignty course and so all we were talking about was like trouble sovereignty and we just can't we would just sit around and go like wise why is this issue not being connected this something more than racism so i mean if i though that would be now that the article to me is relic how is with me trying to find some way to connect woohoo to these issues of travel sovereignty which are so significant in any country but never get any airtime and come in on earned and speaking of the like the dakota access pipeline a i don't know if it's like this for african americans but like there's like there's like facebook and then there's like indian facebook area you all of these say so there's like this whole conversation that happens on facebook it's only almost exclusively between american indian people and so like i don't know if anybody else he knows what's going on at standing rock right now i mean it's because the the us media's has covered the stuff so poorly but you know yesterday that yesterday removed forcibly removed all those water protectors from our blocking that a pipeline route.