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"university ottawa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Welcome. It is is really thrill. I can't even tell you what a thrill it is to introduce Sarah March tonight, I met Sarah before she even started at KU, and it was fortunate to have her in my freshman writing seminar called so you want to be a writer, and it's still going on twenty four years. Twenty four years. Have we have a lot of writers and to have the benefit of her abilities? When she was the seminar assistant for the same class or senior year during those years, I watched Sarah become tenacious tenacious thinker and writer one who is hungry to explore her own world and tell it's truths. She has been doing that ever since. Sara holds an MFA in nonfiction writing from Columbia as well. As degrees in journalism and English from the university of Kansas her previous education involved eight southern Kansas schools from two thousand student highschool to to room prairie schoolhouse Sarah has taught creative writing journalism at Washburn university Columbia University Ottawa university the writing barn in Austin, Texas, and the Lawrence arts center, she has reported on socio economic class politics and public saw public policy for the guardian. The New York Times the New Yorker and Harper's Sarah has filed more than a thousand news stories enter essays and criticism on cultural boundaries have been published by the Texas observer mcsweeney, the baffler and more her essays poor teeth and the first person on Mars were both listed as notables and best American essays. And I'm looking for them in readers in our English classes, pretty soon, I can tell you. She was a recent. Joan Shorenstein fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of government, her debut book, heartland, a memoir of working hard and being broken the richest country on earth is a meditation on the realities of intergenerational, poverty and was recently long listed for the national book award in the nonfiction category. I am honored to introduce Sarah smart..
"university ottawa" Discussed on KGO 810
"On traffic in just a minute. Wait, a little technical fart. My name is a chip and thanks for being here. The phone number for you is eight eight eight one oh Halloween. Of course, there's tonight, and the political correctness monsters are out there, and let me just start by saying that there's there's a difference between political correctness and the guy that dresses kid up his Hitler. Okay. Just so we can all wrap our heads around it. There's a lot of anxiety and angst here in the bay area. That are child goes out and rings on the doorbells to get candy. Addressed appropriately. In other words. I mean, what what again appropriate for a kid and appropriate for adults. When they go to parties is a totally different thing. We had a great party. Here was he yesterday was our Halloween party. It was yesterday. And it Heather was great Heather the naughty. Nurse outfit on and our boss was going around is Michael Myers with the mask on. I mean, all that stuff. It makes sense. The guy that if you missed the story earlier this week a man, and I forget what part of the Kentucky Kentucky man had his son dressed up as off Hitler. And he was dressed up in as as I remember the s s. This is obviously. And then at the end of it. He was blaming liberals at first he apologized, and then people kept porn on him on Twitter. We these are some ways these are fragile times in some ways. These are the same times they were two thousand years ago. I mean, some things changed some things don't change the the question. I guess here is as we look at Halloween and trying to figure out what is appropriate. What's not appropriate? The answer is it's really simple. And you wonder what the answer is just be kind. You know? I mean, if you're going to dress, your kid up is something, you know, has the potential to offend somebody. Don't. Now again, you. But you know, black face you, don't dress up a kid in black-faced them. Go understand that Megan Kelly. If it was just that one incident. I don't think they would have fired or if NBC, but you remember going back, and San Santa Claus was definitely white. And Jesus was definitely white. That's why they fired her it wasn't that one incident where she said, I mean when I was a kid, I didn't know anything about black face. But my mom might knew enough. She would not let me go out. Katelyn in black, and my black friends would have had something to say about it as well. It's just you know, it's just this is something Hillary Clinton said. And I said this about Hillary when Hillary's not running. She actually makes a lot of sense. She was talking about this is where she kind of slipped into the thing about they all look alike. Making fun of people who say that all black people look like she did it. And of course, it was taken out of context, again context is everything. But you know, I guess that we live the term political correctness goes way back, and and it goes back into before Bill Maher co-opted and had a TV show that he was fired for saying something that was not politically incorrect, but dead on you, remember why Bill Maher was fired. He was fired because he said that the terrorists who slam planes into buildings. We're not cowards. Like, we were all calling. He goes cowards are the ones that lob cruise missiles from one thousand miles away killing innocent people and a pill factory. Those are cowards. You can say what you want about the terrorists. They weren't cowards. And he got fired. The the idea that of course, he was on the show called politically. Correct. And incorrect and got fired for that is is not lost on a lot of people today. Halloween is a strange event, we dress our children up. Sometimes we dress up we go to parties and people. People. They call it politically incorrect or wrong because there's only two types of way of the ways of doing this. There's decent human beings. And there's people that are doing it to hurt. Other people. I'm talking about the costumes. I mean dressing up as a Nazi is intended to hurt people. Give me some examples. Eight oh, eight one. Oh, I'll give you the answer. Call me up and tell me some some costumes that you you're saying, I don't know that really. And I'll tell you the answer you want. The reason I bring this up is because I remember when I was in college, I had a professor this is years ago, obviously. So who talked about this, and he was confident as I am right now, and he was dead on long before we even talked about political correctness and very early eighties. This guy nailed it kinda wish I could remember his name at the top of my head right now. But the cultural they call it cultural appropriation is turning Halloween into a nightmare. Jonathan Turley wrote a piece today and the hill and guy in this guy's no idea what he's talking about it. He goes across the United States. A prospect of frightening images have some pledging to skip the holiday or closely shield their children. It's not the scary decorations, costumes, cultural appropriation that has triggered a tradition of recrimination and anger colleges. Universities have warned students not addresses Indian chiefs are Mexican bandits or allow their children addresses Black Panther or who's Mona M O A N A. I don't know. But my point. This is it why do you have to trust your kid is an Indian chief? If you realize there are people here that are still part of the native American tribes that were either. Whether it's a Cherokee that were removed from North Carolina to Oklahoma and thousands died. I mean, you don't have to do that. And it's not politically, correct. It's called being a decent human being and not having address your kid as some sort of extension of your weirdness or your hate or your bigotry. If you're just any kid up tonight as a. This is the funny part and people go, well, what about what about as a cowboy? Well, that's fine. I mean, that's the cowboy if you dress them up as a cowboy and he's holding Indian scalp. Yeah. So you go down this list again of of getting they had Mexican food night at university Ottawa. I'm excuse me. It was a comes in university. They called it Mexican food night. And so, and it was a lot of pushback, they say, you know, you're being because they had traditional Mexican fair. There's nothing wrong with that. Unless of course, you have a history of saying things about Hispanics like this president. But if you again, it's context if you don't have a history of this and you want to, but if you want to just your kid up as frito Bandido you understand why that's insulting. You get it. Because if you don't I'm here to help. I'm here to help you. It's not Jonathan Turley, by the way is kind of nutty, right? Win guy. You see him on FOX all the time. And he's an opinion contributor for the hill. The hill has a lot of people on it. I give the hill dot com credit. They must have a lot of patience. Against Syracuse university was in the news a few years ago on Halloween, and they they threatened fears going to have the campus police force students to remove offensive costumes. Look all I'm saying is is that if you're wearing a costume that is. Cruel sign against the law. Nobody's going to arrest you, you're just being a huge d. DAS by to tell you. Well, then you're two of them. I phone number's eight oh eight oh, eight one you tell me the costume. And I'll tell you if it's okay to where how that I'll be the guy that does that I'll take the burden on..
"university ottawa" Discussed on WARRIOR WEALTH
"Lost all my teeth i've gone through what crazy shit and inside of those experience hold none of those surgeries that i ever get panic that i was going to die even when dogs were looking me like you're in a fucking dials a okay i was a much warnings i didn't really give a shit i was kinda like didn't really believe anything they were saying anyways to me how super him so i go into surgery last summer tell mike kiwis operate on song and it's a big deal but it's not a big deal it we're just closing up a wound and fixing some shit inside malate trust in my doctor of his guy then jim before done the other operations not a big deal and i remember walking around that morning with my family sitting in the hotel i had flown the salt lake city your job is just remind surgeon ones and as were sitting there and i go for a walk in the marches walking talking of doing my stack and i'm doing my my core foreign in the morning animal overcome with all of this motion on just in tears on the sort of walking taft just like weeping and mixed with this weird sense of fear because for the first time ever in my life was working but laporte there was working the most was my wife and my children all three of them my strained son from my first relationship an eye in connection my son is committed to me during the break to come live with me this summer and worked for me this summer inside of where he comments on all the warriors videos he's on all he just follows now unease at collagen it took him going to college and university ottawa to actually realise that i am a person of power in his life and i can actually be there is his brother friend mentor and father even though we went to just parker garrett terms because i was putting way too much fucking pressure on.
"university ottawa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Do anything heavy those guys for academic fraud well the the thing about it is i i i think they looked at it and said oh my god this has gone on for so long where the how would we even institute the penalties do you know what i'm saying like this wasn't hey last year not a single player ever want to class now got fake greats okay last year but when when you have decades of just fraud what what 1993 to two thousand eleven thirty one hundred instances of this what it does is if you're a graduate of north carolina you ought to be like what the hell is my school you know this is much more he be withheld my school doing our school is doing is make sure that the college basketball athletes don't have to worry about that pesky gone buyers and getting grades thing and they can worry about going after playing basketball and winning championships seven championships if he wants to 93 four up a bunch of them the the thing that makes me angry though we started the fake university ottawa what utter what people on our side of the street trying to do the same thing i mean you know we we never do credit for all the brass that we put out on a daily basis we just don't get you know what it is bob is is you're black this is precisely what it is it's a racial thing baby and let me say the same thing dirt teeter said i am and my two rico joe kinnear all said there was a joke in there with joe was at sea i liked the way our friday started right it's the i told you a let me let me let me be semi series or sick here because you know we know you know we're raising money for although the bay area fire victims every like that everybody text in camby are to the appropriate numbers than we for raizner but everything okay and they that the rod brooks fiefdom that's that's the thing i want to we are not and have not been for the past couple of days thankfully in any immediate it danger okay we are chateau de brooks or just on high alert um but there are people who are much higher luther we are who've had to with their homes we know of a.
"university ottawa" Discussed on KGO 810
"Whole idea of smoking kinda led the vape being and people said it's better for you which is like saying that it's better to fall from six stories than five i mean the sevenstorey in to me it's all your bringing seventy your lungs it's not good for you and then you know then the whole idea of of what the cigarette company has done over the years given you menthol cigarettes the whole point behind that being that somehow you know it's it's going to taste better and be better for you in that doesn't fly out either i san francisco here has the they've they've decided to ban sales of these vape being flavors and menthol cigarette you don't they still sell in the city they sell candy cigarettes now should that be banned candy secret little kids are some pretend like they're smoking that think it's a novelty thing you're not gonna see in seven eleven when when i was a kid they were everywhere yep wrong guest look into and it's to me it's one of those kind of things that when you will you ask yourself what's what's the right way to go with something like that i mean i don't i think cigarettes should be ban if i mean they cost their exp their expensive to our country i mean a tens of thousands of people die each year actually hundreds of thousands of people are relate smokingrelated deaths in oh and attacks going up on them is great recently we in greece the tax on cigarettes which makes them a lot it's actually working allow more expensive and i think that's great yet again as you know am i gather you're paying the price but in a so a pay that price social engineering though i that's a good question david sweaters with a series and address professor faculty of law up in auto at the university ottawa and he's a tobacco harm reduction expert you know that's a lot of words david for just like why can't we just y k people just learned these are horrible for them relieve the because of the most addictive product on the planet woah we look to the united states you've got to millions of people who still smoking cigarettes you know more than half a.
"university ottawa" Discussed on WCHS
"Six zero one six nine a law firm the represents a woman is so she was sexually assaulting by three football players says purdue university has expect all the athletes from says action was taken after produce administrative board investigated relatives of the minnesota man accused of participating in a world war two massacre continue to insist he was actually ukrainian freedom fighter who thought against the germans michael car cock son not andre speaking out in minneapolis after officials and poland issued a warrant accusing the father of commanding nazis responsible for the re we publicly call on center there any call bashar and senator al frank and top personally intervene and my father skaters on legal and we ran a tear in ground relative say the ninety eight year old man living in assisted living facility has health problems considering whether the amount of complaints gets heavier this canadian university ottawa says it's following a growing trend by getting rid of this gayles it's part of the movement to help students develop positive body images regardless of their size and then acknowledgement that the number on the scale is a poor indicator of a person's health but students don't see it that way and it out of the honest and he's a my naked alex no carlton administrator say they may reconsider it complaints keep coming in them yeah after pelley abc news toronto's is abc news hockey my attorney tax if you're in trouble with the i our as a now at least ten thousand them back taxes.
"university ottawa" Discussed on WTVN
"Three six zero one six nine a law firm the represents a woman who says she was sexually assaulting by three football players says purdue university has expand all the athletes from says action was taken after produce administrative board investigated relatives of the minnesota man accused of participating in a world war two massacre continue to insist he was actually ukrainian freedom fighter before against the germans michael car cock son not andre speaking out and minneapolis after officials and poland he should all warrant accusing the father of commanding nazis responsible for the re we publicly call on center there any cole bashar and senator al frank can tell personally intervene and my father skaters on legal and we ran a terry grown to say the ninety eight year old man living in an assisted living facility has health problems considering whether the amount of complaints gets heavier this canadian university ottawa says it's following a growing trend by getting rid of the scales it's part of the movement to help students develop positive body images regardless of their size and then acknowledgement that the number on the scale is a poor indicator of a person's health but students don't see it that way and he's other than is that he's a minor because it's not carlton administrator say they may reconsider if complaints keep coming in then yup compelling abc news toronto says abc news brought to you by attorney tax if you're in trouble with the i our as a now at least ten thousand then back taxes p_i.