18 Burst results for "University Of South Carolina"

"university south carolina" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"I'm just writing now. I'm gonna ask you So what you've another brother. there's three of you. Yes i just heard the podcast. You're like i think it's my brother denny or something. I was like well the fine dean you. There's a third. What's this guy. Do on his second career his first career. Here's a jet pilot in afghanistan and iraq and okay so he has all this classified stuff and he doesn't divulge classified stuff. He's captain in the air force and i watched that movie. What's the movie with tom. Hanks in it's this is my boat. Now captain phillips captain phillips so. I'm watching that. My brothers jet is in the movie and it's the jet that the seals like run out the back of their like raft and nike harris. Shoot out and i said to him. I said i know dean. You can't tell me you can't tell me things 'cause they're classified but in that movie He was like. I was directly involved with that operation. Which means he was flying. That jet some guessing right. He's the youngest. He's the youngest house. Went to hell like my parents got divorced. And they split up. He was like on his own from age fourteen and he was witnessing like the you know when when a couple breaks up. It's it's like if you're a child it's like the most horrific thing to witness because all of the innocence and everything is just gone shattered. Use your parents as humans. All the sawday like moved and my brother dean like illegally went to the school where he grew up like in a district different district across the river ten miles away like figured out how to buy a car figured out how to get it. Registered license drove there from a little eight because he's the youngest so we had all of our lessons. Kc already moved out of the house. I'd already moved out of the house at a time. I'm guessing he not quite not quite not quite two years away from kid and Yeah and so he just had to figure it out so the military was like very intelligent for him because one they paid for college he went to university south carolina and to the structure and then he has that brain he has. He's very blessed he has this. He has the creative brain that we have the casing. I happy also has the structural brain and the system's navigation brain. A wow so like he would go after even after he was in the navy. I'm sorry in the air force. He'd be like. Oh yeah. i just got back from such and such concert at at Madison square garden. And i got front row seats like how it's been sold out for a year. How did you do it. And he was like whoa talk to the gun. The he's got all the ideas and he's got all think anyway. He's a fucking hollywood stuntman now. Oh my god that's his job like he like jumps out of cars and buildings and he gets to do all these cool car training and flipping cars and racing cars and sliding cars and yeah. That's dean whatever whatever your parents did or didn't do to you guys was the perfect amount to raise men..

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"university south carolina" Discussed on Comeback Szn

Comeback Szn

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on Comeback Szn

"Okay so basically zab nolan was like okay. I'm gonna move on the coaching side of things. Shane beamer what we need that name to be. Good zab zilch nolan. We need a good zab. nolan nolan. Being a good quarterback will be fantastic soon grayson mccall's in this world man. We need a good name. Grace terrible my name is ed nolan like viral clip. Every week would be be pretty good thinking about how many captions jack and make up with zaza ebb. Zab love cox start a company. He he's epco. He's all right university. South carolina offensive graduate assistant. All right move mouth so numb so here. We go and i l stuff by the way. This graphic is incredible Kool-aid mackenzie who was whose name is jay. Quincy mckinstry which by itself. Still a good name. He's a freshman five-star different back at alabama. And if i know anything about the history of five-star defensive backs alabama. He's probably going to be star in college. Football pretty good nicknamed kool-aid mckinstry signing ldl with kuwait. Graphic is so cool. It's the cool aid man and cooling mckinstry shaking hands and the old name and then having the the kool aid logo as his name his signature last night. Which okay right. Which brings me to my my next question. Okay this assuming it happened naturally. Okay but i'm gonna go and tell you right now. If i was a five star running back in birmingham alabama i would immediately change nicknamed lamborghini or ferrari. Lambeau lambeau ferrari bmw. I would change my name to something. Really fucking cool. Who's a kid at lsu a few years ago. That had the the coldest ever do it. Because they're still there and still offered you know he hasn't even gotten there yet still in high school. No he's he's there as your freshman there right now. I think he's class at twenty twenty two. She's there's a. You gotta start coming up with nicknames that have brands in two thousand and four cadillac williams at auburn. I'm sure he got plenty of cars from auburn but could have gotten cal. Cal legitimately could have gotten. I'm pretty sure this guy's been known as kool aid for a while. That's fine but that's that's what i'm saying. It's cool open up the door though. No no hundred percent this the big brain move and i don't think it was a mistake that he had alabama changes name to cool eight on the roster a month before the i'll deal started coming in his is cool eight. How does he have that in. The combat didn't even think about that. What's cool aids handle. He may have it for you. That is crazy how he has the cool. Good like integration. Like when you're just like this forty two thirty it's taco bell walker running down the sidelines. Kool-aid has pizza walker. Maybe at the taco bell taco bell. Biggest restaurant tangles walker. Cool eight on twitter. i think You know what just cool as account. No it's not yet. Is they just change the book they tagged kool aid. They tagged quincy mcconnell. They just changed their thing to. They changed their.

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"university south carolina" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast

The Cinematography Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast

"Or maybe seventy seven. I remember the second one. The one that i got nominated for student academy award was nineteen eighty. So this one was seventy nine got it yes longtime ago and but i did that one and it was about this guy who was my roommate at the time i wrote a scoped him and he had this cat that he that he couldn't do anything with because the cabinet he tried to give food and water and milk and all this stuff in the cat looked at me out and so he put it in the microwave oven and in the cat even when he microwave the cat. It's still doing anything to cat. The cats kicks. Kim you in so there was no solution but then the second film. The one that got in the nomination was there was a guy named jasper johns. That grew up like c. Model town of blackmail. Where i grew up ten miles nurse. A town called barn. Which were james brown's born And then fourteen miles into the side of that. Little town allendale. Which is where jasper. Johns was born or not born but where he grew up in jasper johns when i went to the university of south carolina and i went to the main campus the first year. Nineteen seventy four in I came back and went to the regional campus for a couple years in allendale south carolina. Which were jasper grew up. And then back to Columbia after that. And what i learned when i was in allendale because we had an art teacher down there and she was telling us about jasper and the jasper had originally gone to the university south carolina to study art and he went there and they told him he didn't have any talent. Send him away. Hoops any went to new york and became jasper johns jasper john flag and target. And was you know there. With andy warhol in his paintings worth millions of dollars and so they didn't realize what was going on the reason..

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"university south carolina" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

GSMC Basketball Podcast

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast

"Starting center at the moment for the phoenix mercury. I don't know this might be her. Second second olympics once again from wrong Can correct me while side. Jewell loyd stunned starting to guard for the seattle storm now. Jewell loyd fascinates me. Because i i feel that once sue bird retires. Jewell loyd will move into that point guard position though she primarily plays it too. I believe that she would be better suited for the point. Guard position because she has shown the ability to play make but she's a prolific scorer as well bush's awesome amazing defender as well so they heard leads to defend and and put pressure on the posing teams point. Guards will make seattle a much more prolific team on defense event but that will not occur until super retires. But she at this moment she's better suited for to guard position but seattle because she doesn't control the offense. He doesn't control temple the same way. That subaru does at the moment and we also have drawn. Stuart argues top five top three player league. I believe she is a top three player in the league. The best low post players in league to go along with her in like i said a team charles in atlanta Own healthy in candace parker All lindsay whalen sorry named as popular ahead. That's who i was thinking about the point guard that east play for minnesota inc. naked sign. Yes lindsey willing. sorry By digress now from stewart back tour yes one of the better young players than the. It's moment this her first olympics. This'll be here. I still know start. Her second olympics actually sizes their second olympics. we'll said dan it's rosie. This is her sixt- olympics are v. A one a cheap bleaches all timeliness scoring history obstacle in the greatest. Two guards play if not the best two guards. Every play in we round out with asia wilson a former w art. Former w w nbc. From last season most people know her for her amazing accolades from university south carolina but she's currently Top five player in league. Possibly secondly playing for the las vegas aces so that is our wnba roster of run out by head coach on daily She's head coach of university south carolina. So there is a this is extremely talented team you say roster and like i said i wanna start out with them when they played the w nba all stars so let's read off that wnba rosser wnba author team roster. So now's led by candace parker who currently playing for the chicago sky and also connecticut sun for john quote jones. Those are the two biggest names on that rossi. Argue also had two time six woman year in las vegas. Four theresa handy last season's wnba leading score a wings guard. Downswing scarred a a wildly. Most people know her for her Late game heroics during the championship. Game that notre dame a played uconn to along mississippi state and she wasn't on the She's flying for her native country for our country because skin tummy. that also is led by last. Last season's most improved player. A year newark. Liberty wing denise laney also rounding out by dazzling floor saxon volley dream guard atlanta. Guard courtney williams phoenix Jones in chicago sky. Four guards are collegiate. Cooper in also had from not mistaken a court vander sloot whose cargo skies point guard as well.

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"university south carolina" Discussed on Z104

Z104

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on Z104

"Ever make. It's also one of the most emotional Ron Lieber wants to help show a path around these very personal landmines. Ron Lever is a personal finance columnist was written for the Wall Street Journal. And since 2008 has been writing about money for The New York Times, he writes the Your Money column for the Times. His new book is called the Price You Pay for college and entirely new roadmap for the biggest financial decision your family will ever make. I spoke with Ron Lieber about the project. I think the biggest reason I decided to write the book with that might inbox was increasingly filling up each April with sad stories from families, parents who are otherwise extremely sophisticated and smart and successful in their chosen field. We just felt like they had been run over by up steam locomotive when they're first or only kid went through the college application process, and the things that they had missed was that the pricing and the discounting systems for these colleges had changed utterly in a generation and that nobody was talking about it. Well. One of the questions I have written down here is, is the average American family financially savvy enough to navigate the maze of programs they need to go through. You know, I don't think this rocket science exactly and health for better or for worse. We Americans have been trained for complexity in our navigation through the economy, right. Buying a car is not straightforward. Purchasing a cell phone plan is not straightforward and things that should be simple or not, And we're sort of used to complexity. Now. Now this is a sort of higher order of complexity. And it's compounded by the fact that it's not just a bigger dollar amount, but it's probably the most emotional purchase decision you'll ever make. Because it involves your offspring or the kids that you've adopted and their future and trying to, you know, establish some kind of, you know, exit trajectory for them from your household, and you really want to do it right? Is this an industry where people think? Well, the more money I spend, the better The kid is gonna be Well, First of all my compliments to you for describing it is an industry because one of the mind flips I'm trying to get people to engage in is T O think about this. As a consumer decision right that you are an actor in a marketplace that's competitive and you have the right and I would argue, sort of obligation to yourself and your family. Toe. Ask a bunch of very pointed questions about what's going on here. So let's take the average college or university classroom anywhere. USA Look around the room is every student paying the same price? Not at all. I mean, you know, it's probably not all that similar to you know, whatever. The last Delta flight was that she took through Atlanta if you asked people on the plane And you probably would find 30 or 40 different prices and depending on the institution, you know, there's some percentage of people who are painful price, right s So you know, if you go the University of Florida to the flagship campus and in game still there Plenty of people. They're painful price because they haven't qualified for any discounts. But there's basically two tracks of discounting that goes on. Now there is the need this bass track, which depends on how much your family earns and how much your family has. And then there's what's become known as the Merit eight track. Now, you know what many Southern state schools in residence there? Sort of used to the idea that Your grades, and your test scores may earn you some kind of a discount. This is not a new thing at the state universities. But what is new is the sort of competitive weaponry that's being wheeled it by all sorts of private colleges but also from Publix to the University of Alabama, in particular, has been a pioneer here, but the university South Carolina's doing the same thing and Basically, what they're trying to do is thrown money a kids from out of state to make them feel good about themselves to make them feel meritorious sense. The name Eric Aid, um so that they might be willing to spend a little bit more to go out of state because they feel like they have been patted on the head. And when somebody from, you know, a far away land is all up in your kid's in box, telling them how great they are. It is easy for you as a parent to begin to think that you've done something really right here. And there must be some reason why these out of state schools, air throwing money at your kid, and, you know, maybe maybe it would make sense to spend extra five. $10,000 a year to send the kid out of state, and then all the sudden you've got sort of scrambled brains and drum and you're acting on emotion on DNO, not on the basis of pure reason. And so you know, many of these discounts really are kind of head trip in part of what I'm trying to do in the book. It's just explain to people how this works so they can approach this with the clear. Head that the decision and the situation warrants. Well, you do mention this in the book, and I'll ask the question how much of this is driven by guilt? I think guilt is one of the biggest emotional factors that are involved here. And I mean, let's break it down into its surface component parts, right? I mean to take a step back, all right. We always have to remind ourselves that any time a large amount of money is involved with the purchase. You know that purchase is going to draw on any number of emotions or feelings that may or may not be helpful. In this instance, we've really got to be careful because you know we're making decisions with and on behalf of our Children. There is no more emotional decision that you know anybody makes in their life than this one. So we start their money equals feelings. Certainly fear is part of the mix here. Fear that if we do it wrong are our kids will go tumbling down the social class. Flatter there. Maybe snobbery, right? Not sending my kid the community college. We don't like those people in Alabama. We certainly don't like their football team. So you know, why would I send my kids there? Um, you know, some of that goes on but guilt. I think guilt maybe one of the trickiest one. That's why well, Think back to a generation ago, when we went to college, we were able to work our way through and many instances and that may not be the case for our kids now Or maybe our parents stepped up and they were able to take care of the entire thing. But now Right? Yeah. And if your kid is going to a state university full freight there the retail prices they don't qualify for any discounts. That might be 80 $910,110,000 arm or if they don't get out in four years and Just may not be able to do that, right. And if you can't well, you're subject to are vulnerable to guilt, guilt that you're not making enough guilt that you didn't save enough guilt that you haven't taken a second job guilt that your parents did it for you. And you can't do it for your kid guilt that may be coming from Parent or parents who are still alive and are questioning your judgment and your spending in a way that makes you feel badly. Maybe the kid is making you feel guilty because the kid doesn't really understand the context doesn't understand what all these big numbers add up to you. Ondo. So one of the things I'm trying to help people with just to kind of get off this guilt trip that people send themselves on because the system really is different than it was a generation ago, and you've almost certainly done the best that you could. Get your kid. You ready for this moment where they could be eligible for the schools. And, you know, just stop beating yourself up..

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"university south carolina" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

The God and Gigs Show

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on The God and Gigs Show

"Experience that takes us somewhere. B- were sad. We go to happy. We were disconnected too connected. You were On you weren't present your like your in your head and the music choke you to a place where you clarity or that you really in the moment so I have a message to share as a musician and it's not simply I want you to hear me. Play MORE IS NOT. I just need a GIG. It's something related to their needs. Their wants their desires as As a audience. And so what I want to tell you is that you gotta think of. Who's watching who's listening and at light their needs are more important as side musician So that you don't consistently only like you used to. Only the artist needs may have to think of community or the audiences needs. What do they want out of you? What do they need from you? What do they need to to hear as you being a now leader as I said? I'M GONNA post that in the comments as a leader in this space as a musician. You have the capacity to lead. But what are you saying as you begin to enter the space? And here's why I said. This is important for income. Admiral addressed income yet. People went out by your if you do do a CD view do decide to do lies and do donations. If you do decide to teach if you decide to create tracks or whatever kind of five ways you decide to create multiple strains of income they will not be a successful if your audience does not feel. They're getting some type of intrinsic value. What do I mean by intrinsic value? I mean music doesn't pay the bills for them. Music doesn't Fill in need in terms of water food clothing shelter. All those things that we need so much music feels emotional need and so. You're going to have to connect with that emotional. Need if you want your tribe your new audience your people to actually connect with you and want to follow you outside of Your Music. You gotta give them the reason the message. Here's the message behind the music. As I said my message is always going from here to their journey. A can a method of connecting the dots between one eight B My Solos hours like to think about that has got to be a story has gotta go from beginning to resolution. So that's really how I try to form my message to people as a independent musician. Who now has to be space artists and I already was without even more. So so let's get some Bulte do you need have your own website. Probably do do you need to use your social media more or lack of business in less lack. It's personal probably doing most of you probably already do that. but you to be more strategic about it now because now this is our main. We're getting to audiences other than email. Do you have a marketing strategy and your head and mindset. That says I'M GONNA promote these types of things because I need to make sure that my approach to music made clear through my channels and my approach to playing and again you could be doing playing your own music. You'll be playing right now. Something you'll be playing covers along in your room but you gotta think outside the box. That's my main goal of this video. Tell you not to get stuck and the final thing pry jump in and go back to what I've done is that you gotta realize that. Maybe your connection with your audience and your artists. Life's mindset might be bigger than music. So maybe you're next. Branding idea is not playing. The instrument may be. It's you talking about something like I'm doing teaching about art and life and faith and creativity which Ms Nelson do my performance career but it does provide a different income stream John Microwave interview. I'm working with With some other products he's working on is really cool that he's got so much information amblin share it over and over 'cause wherever we can get the best information help us through this time where the sheriff. Mike talked about multiple streams of income. Multiple streams of income are teaching creating stems creating tracks not performance. So I'm saying this to all my Simon Musicians that you have to pivot and get out of the idea that I just gotTa wait until I get called again to play. You GotTa think in your old turns. Most of you as I've said are doing that. Grab this behind me favorite books. Is this one a stabbing? -sition I think there's a Lincoln it got engaged dot com slash. Five books. Were five books. I recommend for all creators with this one specifically for musicians. The savvy musicians read my David Color. Who was a professor at university while he was gone me when I was there? He was a senior and I was a freshman in went on to become a doctor gives doctorate the last. I checked it was at university South Carolina but this book is excellent for talking about nuts and bolts. What you have to do to a living and music especially now. Hopefully this is still in print. She think you can still get it on Amazon. The savvy musician is an excellent resource also. Real artists. Don't start is also on at five books. Those of you who are not big readers. Just grab it in audio book. It's okay just put your ears on listen to headphones You got plenty of time. You could be cleaning the house. You could be doing something else that you can have a headphone listening to a book Highly recommend that you guys listen to stuff like this to kind of get you out of the mindset of thinking. I don't have any skills. Your skills are simply going to be needed in a different way musically speaking of course but also your business sense your sense of yourself your sense of what you have offer your sense being a well rounded person it's GonNa be called upon in these days and you gotta answer the call of just talking to Nicoli Arlene like. She's a professor here in Miami. An amazing vocalist violinist and educator. On top of all of that but we were talking about how some people just not ready to do the hard work. That's GONNA take to change over to a new way of doing things when it comes to this new post corona Economy when it comes to music and art if you don't shift and change or your approach this you're going to be left behind very sad very doom and gloom way to say that. But it's also I think a hundred percent true so you're going to have to look at. How can you change things up so that you can be in a position to be? Nimble to change your coach to be able to create music to be able to create art and maybe create something. Eat outside of our. That will give you the income. You need as a side musician. I hope that encouraged you am blessed you everybody. This is just my heart for everyone. That's been musician and artist and vocalist like I have been supporting artists for so long. It doesn't mean that you're switching things up or that you're trying to become someone that you're not you're actually just accentuating the gifts you already have. And that includes becoming someone that is more of a frontline or and some of that can command attention and command a brand and just means that you being more of yourself as you solve the examples that we've mentioned definitely once again. Go back and check out. Fifty Four Daniel..

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"university south carolina" Discussed on Between the Slides

Between the Slides

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on Between the Slides

"Lot. Good luck to you. All and Godspeed Injure Smith Kohner Revolution. Brazilian Jujitsu in Richmond Virginia. And many other things and we'll get into that as as we talk Andrew. Thank you again for joining us on the show and sharing your story and you know some processes particularly Brazilian Jujitsu another stuff. We'll get into and just help another folks with your perspective to kind of make that progress of thank you. Thank you Kevin. I'm excited to be. I think that what you've done so far has been a really good and I think it's important to break down Particularly the process aspects. You don't really hear very much about that when you're listening to a podcast or learning about Things though the process part in particular is something. That really appeals to me especially as every business been involved with as grown over the years. Yet I for the impetus for this which is really I rebranded. I had another pockets called between the slides and then honestly the more folks. I talked to. What so if you're like when you have to explain it a lot you're let me make it more obvious. But it was largely focused on that for the world that I came from a public safety and incident management special events and then project management. It's super process heavy Sometimes too much sometimes informal and everything in between and in particular as you mentioned eighteen months in was still very new but totally getting into more of the the understanding of how incremental of process that is of like every little roll little thing. Little tweak little move and it's kind of mind blowing even from being so new of how much depth their is. They're part of an episode. Let me do kind of like a book. Report podcast version of of one variation and You know from grappling to the modern Brazilian Jujitsu and the seventy different variations. So I was very interested to see all those different flavors of history and people and you know cross discussions and things and So for you and I and I've looked up some your background and and heard some of this from when I listen to you on on dirty web. What radio which was cool so folks if you haven't listened to that check that out as well But your process in about you. Are you from the rich Mary? I know you've been there forbidden went to vcu. Are you originally from Richmond? Virginia No actually grew up in Columbia South Carolina so about Twenty five years ago. I just wanted sort of a change in a ended up in the Richmond area. Then it's funny I've been enrichment for A little over twenty five years now on. It's still doesn't really feel like I'm from here. You know there's no other place that has ever traveled to where I think it's quite So so Front and center. When you're if you didn't grow up in Richmond. You're not really from here. You know and it feels that way to me still like imposter syndrome or something. It even in the area. It's it's still it's shifted now. I grew up in Chesterfield South side. Now it's kind of the old old area and I remember just a richmond thing of someone at intern. I think I had when I worked for the state And she grew up in Henrico. Which is the place to be so to speak of and and just talking about. Oh you grew up in south side like it was such an old place and it was so different but the economy and the change and everything of all the different areas around Richmond Annex. Pretty NEAT but but yeah it's There's definitely a very kind of Richmond. If you're from there you're kind of all in as well One thing we do share Richmond wise as we both went to vcu I'm a back to school. Use My job building stuff and went to an for you starting That's where you got into judo first-rate. That's right yeah. I wrestled in high school I wasn't amazing but I got a lot better my senior year. I was actually starting to get pretty good but then I graduated high school in there. Just wasn't there wasn't wrestling at the college. I went to which was university South Carolina. Okay you believe it or not. There wasn't a wrestling team there at least in the nineteen nineties and I was really bummed because I sort of fall in love with grappling Wrestling you know Dan so I mean. I wrestled a little bit with the high school kids. After the season you know went to a few freestyle wrestling tournaments but I just wanted more wanted to keep going and there wasn't anything there and I think ironically there was a judo club. But I didn't think much about judo back then When I was in South Carolina and then I moved up to Richmond and in nineteen ninety seven. I started training judo at the judo club and at vcu and it was just. I was hooked right away. It was a special time for for martial arts special time for judo. Insofar as there was a lot of sort things that were coming together at the right place at the right time we know the UFC. We have to go back in time. You have been on on the air since nineteen ninety-three but nobody had seen it like literally. Probably fifty thousand people saw the I see in the There was another one eight months later or something and that's the sort of the way it was so is this sort of a niche underground to a degree but people that were involved with judo They knew about the UFC. They knew about Grappling they were reading. You know Martial arts magazines and stuff like that like black doll magazine was sort of the the leader back then if you were interested in even grappling. Because there wasn't there weren't industry specific magazines out there so I think that communities were a lot more interconnected. You had a lot more sort of a Geek condo type people involved with grappling people. You know judo injury. Jitsu were much more closely related than they sort of art today Which I mean as far as martial arts go. They're very very similar as far as like the way. The Arts are practiced in the culture. It's it's pretty different. Judo is a lot more formal. You just is very very laid back. You know tends to get rid of a lot of aspects of the tradition and so Maybe it's perceived as incompatible to a lot of a lot of people but I was really lucky at vcu It wasn't really like that. There were people coming over from you just schools throughout town and When I started competing in in Jujitsu Before actually started formally training in it. I'd had experience at the Judo Club. Traveling around Training going to seminars stuff like that. But no consistent regular training in. That was possible back then. It was possible because of the particular circumstances that I had to actually do pretty well when I competed in some of those arenas because I had you know. Of course judo Experience Judo Club but also good grappling especially for the time we had people. He wrestled before but also people that were actively training in Brazilian Jujitsu. And I think that was uncommon back. Then so it's sorta how things got started for me. When I moved to the Richmond area was really really lucky. Fell into the right place. You know that's awesome. Yeah that that that mid nineties later nineties thing was the folks that have been around for awhile in kind of senior American wives seems like the kind of groundbreaking piece and I just I went back. Both for the other podcasts. Just Youtube Freak for watching you know my wife's like another Jujitsu video awesome watching like the second one and looking through and even you can see the commentators start to pick up more so they got different commentators at actually knew the moves trained with Gracie's or something like that and you're when you're talking about the the judo how did you find. So did you find yourself combining and other than some of the Judaic did it. Revolution warm ups which is Great. I haven't done just judo before. Did you find from your wrestling? And then the judo that when you competed in Jujitsu before you were training that you kind of mashed together or did you do have more ground as well so you could apply that for the players or how did that go not having started training. Well you know so i. It's really not fair to say that I wasn't training at all in Jujitsu simply because I was very interested in going from Going in participating in classes like we travel out town and go and actually visit academies to train there. We did didn't feel that was a good place to train in the Richmond Area. Back then so You know friends would would travel together and go to places and also go to seminars and things of that nature. Of course we're studying video and books and everything. We get our hands on in terms of the knowledge But judo also had a little bit of a different culture back. Then it's important to understand I think that Not a lot of people understand that judo is if you look at sport. Doodo there's four ways to win and only one of them is throwing the person you know so you can pin the person you can pass their guard basically in keeping flat on their backs you can finish with a choke where you can finish with joint lock and those that. Sorta described as the four ways to win. You know when you're Judas being described to you but what sort of happened in the time that I started doing. Judo is that The IOC International Olympic Committee and various other organizations have sort of Insisted that judo look particular way Listen SORTA features high dynamic throws the gotten rid of being able to grab the legs grabbed the pants and So it's sort of the way. The sport is desired by a certain group of people to look. I mean I think that It's probably fair to say that we've seen some of that Judicial as well over the years but maybe not quite as great of a sort of perverse vacation of the original intent. That we've seen what you do you know. I think that it's almost like a truck to say this but You know the sport has changed so much over the last quarter century. Or so that it's almost it almost doesn't resemble what used to be in a lot of ways. There was a great deal more grappling on the ground. So like for me personally when I started. You assert competing I was I was okay at taking people down throwing people from wrestling in from just having a good base but it was really good at ten people and so that's sort of where I focused initially before it. Kinda realized okay. Will this Judah It's really kind of a good opportunity to test out throws against people understand throws and that's what I started doing. Much Morales and with Brazilian. Jujitsu is kind of like well. This is a predominantly ground art. So I should test out the stuff on the ground but of course initially when he first started competing to win parents. Will I win by throwing people in Jitsu and by being people on the ground in judo really to cut a long story short? So that's why I started doing but yeah there was that mean. That's one of the biggest changes with Judo last you know Slice of time. Since I've been doing it is really took away. A lot of the sort of more effective take downs. I think that didn't end up with like dynamic big powerful looking throws right and there's really no other way to describe it than it's a bias against wrestlers which I really don't like that can't beat somebody. You should figure out how to beat them and not complain about them. A warm whatever but So that that's sort of been the evolution over the years the the idea that Throwing people is the main objectives..

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"university south carolina" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

People, Process, Progress

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on People, Process, Progress

"Lot. Good luck to you. All and Godspeed Injure Smith Kohner Revolution. Brazilian Jujitsu in Richmond Virginia. And many other things and we'll get into that as as we talk Andrew. Thank you again for joining us on the show and sharing your story and you know some processes particularly Brazilian Jujitsu another stuff. We'll get into and just help another folks with your perspective to kind of make that progress of thank you. Thank you Kevin. I'm excited to be. I think that what you've done so far has been a really good and I think it's important to break down Particularly the process aspects. You don't really hear very much about that when you're listening to a podcast or learning about Things though the process part in particular is something that that really appeals to me especially as every business been involved with as grown over the years. Yet I for the impetus for this which is really. I rebranded ahead. Another pockets called between the slides. And then honestly the more folks. I talked to what so if you're like when you have to explain it a lot you're let me make it more obvious. But it was largely focused on that for the world that I came from a public safety and incident management special events and then project management. It's super process heavy Sometimes too much sometimes informal and everything in between and in particular as you mentioned eighteen months in was still very new but totally getting into more of the the understanding of how incremental of process that is of like every little roll little thing. Little tweak little move and it's kind of mind blowing even from being so new of how much depth their is. They're part of an episode. Let me do kind of like a book. Report podcast version of of one variation and You know from grappling to the modern Brazilian Jujitsu and the seventy different variations. So I was very interested to see all those different flavors of history and people and you know cross discussions and things and So for you and I and I've looked up some your background and and heard some of this from when I listen to you on on dirty web. What radio which was cool so folks if you haven't listened to that check that out as well But your process in about you. Are you from the rich Mary? I know you've been there forbidden went to vcu. Are you originally from Richmond? Virginia No actually grew up in Columbia South Carolina so about Twenty five years ago. I just wanted sort of a change in a ended up in the Richmond area. Then it's funny I've been enrichment for A little over twenty five years now on. It's still doesn't really feel like I'm from here. You know there's no other place that has ever traveled to where I think it's quite So so Front and center. When you're if you didn't grow up in Richmond. You're not really from here. You know and it feels that way to me still like imposter syndrome or something. It even in the area. It's it's still it's shifted now. I grew up in Chesterfield South side. Now it's kind of the old old area and I remember just a you know a richmond thing of someone at intern. I think I had when I worked for the state And she grew up in Henrico. Which is the place to be so to speak of and just talking about. Oh you grew up in south side like it was such an old place and it was so different but the economy and the change and everything of all the different areas around Richmond Annex. Pretty NEAT but but yeah it's There's definitely a very kind of Richmond. If you're from there you're kind of all in as well One thing we do share Richmond. Wise as we both went to vcu I went back to school. Use My job building stuff and went to an for you starting That's where you got into judo first-rate. That's right yeah. I wrestled in high school I wasn't amazing but I got a lot better my senior year. I was actually starting to get pretty good but then I graduated high school in there. Just wasn't there wasn't wrestling at the college. I went to which was university South Carolina. Okay you believe it or not. There wasn't a wrestling team there at least in the nineteen nineties and I was really bummed because I sort of fall in love with grappling Wrestling and wrestled a little bit with the high school kids. After the season you know went to a few freestyle wrestling tournaments but I just wanted more wanted to keep going and there wasn't anything there and I think ironically there was a judo club. But I didn't think much about judo back then When I was in South Carolina and then I moved up to Richmond and in nineteen ninety seven. I started training judo at the judo club and at vcu and it was just. I was hooked right away. It was a special time for for martial arts special time for judo. Insofar as there was a lot of sort things that were coming together at the right place at the right time we know the UFC. We have to go back in time. You have been on on the air since nineteen ninety-three but nobody had seen it like literally. Probably fifty thousand people saw the I see in the There was another one eight months later or something and that's the sort of the way it was so is this sort of a niche underground to a degree but people that were involved with judo They knew about the UFC. They knew about Grappling they were reading. You know Martial arts magazines and stuff like that like black doll magazine was sort of the the leader back then if you were interested in even grappling. Because there wasn't there weren't industry specific magazines out there so I think that communities were a lot more interconnected. You had a lot more sort of a Geek condo type people involved with grappling people. You know judo injury. Jitsu were much more closely related than they sort of aren't today Which I mean as far as martial arts go. They're very very similar as far as like the way. The Arts are practiced in the culture. It's it's pretty different. Judo is a lot more formal. You just is very very laid back. You know tends to get rid of a lot of aspects of the tradition and so Maybe it's perceived as incompatible to a lot of a lot of people but I was really lucky at vcu It wasn't really like that. There were people coming over from you just schools throughout town and When I started competing in in Jujitsu Before actually started formally training in it. I'd had experience at the Judo Club. Traveling around Training going to seminars stuff like that. But no consistent regular training in. That was possible back then. It was possible because of the particular circumstances that I had to actually do pretty well when I competed in some of those arenas because I had you know. Of course judo Experience Judo Club but also good grappling especially for the time we had people. He wrestled before but also people that were actively training in Brazilian Jujitsu. And I think that was uncommon back. Then so it's sorta how things got started for me. When I moved to the Richmond area was really really lucky. Fell into the right place. You know that's awesome. Yeah that that that mid nineties later nineties thing was the folks that have been around for awhile and kind of senior American wives seems like the kind of groundbreaking piece and I just I went back. Both for the other podcasts. Just Youtube Freak for watching you know my wife's like another Jujitsu video awesome watching like the second one and looking through and even you can see the commentators start to pick up more so they got different commentators at actually knew the moves trained with Gracie's or something like that and you're when you're talking about the the judo how did you find. So did you find yourself combining and other than some of the Judaic did it. Revolution warm ups which is Great. I haven't done just judo before. Did you find from your wrestling? And then the judo that when you competed in Jujitsu before you were training that you kind of mashed together or did you do have more ground as well so you could apply that for the players or how did that go not having started training. Well you know so i. It's really not fair to say that I wasn't training at all in Jujitsu simply because I was very interested in going from Going in participating in classes like we travel out town and go and actually visit academies to train there. We did didn't feel that was a good place to train in the Richmond Area. Back then so You know friends would would travel together and go to places also go to seminars and things of that nature. Of course we're studying video and books and everything we get our hands on in terms of the knowledge But judo also had a little bit of a different culture back. Then it's important to understand I think that Not a lot of people understand that judo is if you look at sport. Doodo there's four ways to win and only one of them is throwing the person you know so you can pin the person you can pass their guard basically in keeping flat on their backs you can finish with a choke where you can finish joint lock and those that. Sorta described as the four ways to win. You know when you're Judas being described to you but what sort of happened in the time that I started doing. Judo is that The IOC International Olympic Committee and various other organizations have sort of Insisted that judo look particular way Listen SORTA features high dynamic throws the gotten rid of being able to grab the legs grabbed the pants and So it's sort of the way. The sport is desired by a certain group of people to look. I mean I think that It's probably fair to say that we've seen some of that Judicial as well over the years but maybe not quite as great of a sort of perverse vacation of the original intent. That we've seen what you do you know. I think that it's almost like a truck to say this but You know the sport has changed so much over the last quarter century. Or so that it's almost it almost doesn't resemble what used to be in a lot of ways. There was a great deal more grappling on the ground. So like for me personally when I started. You assert competing I was I was okay at taking people down throwing people from wrestling in from just having a good base but it was really good at ten people and so that's sort of where I focused initially before it. Kinda realized okay. Will this Judah It's really kind of a good opportunity to test out throws against people understand throws and that's what I started doing much morales and with Brazilian Jujitsu. Kinda like well. This is a predominantly ground art. So I should test out the stuff on the ground but of course initially when he first started competing to win parents. Will I win by throwing people in Jitsu and by being people on the ground in judo really to cut a long story short? So that's why I started doing but yeah there was that mean. That's one of the biggest changes with Judo last Slice of time. Since I've been doing it is really took away. A lot of the sort of more effective take downs. I think that didn't end up with like dynamic big powerful looking throws right and there's really no other way to describe it than it's a bias against wrestlers which I really don't like that can't beat somebody. You should figure out how to beat them and not complain about them. A warm whatever but So that that's sort of been the evolution over the years the the idea that Throwing people is the main objectives..

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Starting a BJJ Revolution with Andrew Smith

Between the Slides

07:04 min | 2 years ago

Starting a BJJ Revolution with Andrew Smith

"Andrew. Thank you again for joining us on the show and sharing your story and you know some processes particularly Brazilian Jujitsu another stuff. We'll get into and just help another folks with your perspective to kind of make that progress of thank you. Thank you Kevin. I'm excited to be. I think that what you've done so far has been a really good and I think it's important to break down Particularly the process aspects. You don't really hear very much about that when you're listening to a podcast or learning about Things though the process part in particular is something. That really appeals to me especially as every business been involved with as grown over the years. Yet I for the impetus for this which is really I rebranded. I had another pockets called between the slides and then honestly the more folks. I talked to. What so if you're like when you have to explain it a lot you're let me make it more obvious. But it was largely focused on that for the world that I came from a public safety and incident management special events and then project management. It's super process heavy Sometimes too much sometimes informal and everything in between and in particular as you mentioned eighteen months in was still very new but totally getting into more of the the understanding of how incremental of process that is of like every little roll little thing. Little tweak little move and it's kind of mind blowing even from being so new of how much depth their is. They're part of an episode. Let me do kind of like a book. Report podcast version of of one variation and You know from grappling to the modern Brazilian Jujitsu and the seventy different variations. So I was very interested to see all those different flavors of history and people and you know cross discussions and things and So for you and I and I've looked up some your background and and heard some of this from when I listen to you on on dirty web. What radio which was cool so folks if you haven't listened to that check that out as well But your process in about you. Are you from the rich Mary? I know you've been there forbidden went to vcu. Are you originally from Richmond? Virginia No actually grew up in Columbia South Carolina so about Twenty five years ago. I just wanted sort of a change in a ended up in the Richmond area. Then it's funny I've been enrichment for A little over twenty five years now on. It's still doesn't really feel like I'm from here. You know there's no other place that has ever traveled to where I think it's quite So so Front and center. When you're if you didn't grow up in Richmond. You're not really from here. You know and it feels that way to me still like imposter syndrome or something. It even in the area. It's it's still it's shifted now. I grew up in Chesterfield South side. Now it's kind of the old old area and I remember just a richmond thing of someone at intern. I think I had when I worked for the state And she grew up in Henrico. Which is the place to be so to speak of and and just talking about. Oh you grew up in south side like it was such an old place and it was so different but the economy and the change and everything of all the different areas around Richmond Annex. Pretty NEAT but but yeah it's There's definitely a very kind of Richmond. If you're from there you're kind of all in as well One thing we do share Richmond wise as we both went to vcu I'm a back to school. Use My job building stuff and went to an for you starting That's where you got into judo first-rate. That's right yeah. I wrestled in high school I wasn't amazing but I got a lot better my senior year. I was actually starting to get pretty good but then I graduated high school in there. Just wasn't there wasn't wrestling at the college. I went to which was university South Carolina. Okay you believe it or not. There wasn't a wrestling team there at least in the nineteen nineties and I was really bummed because I sort of fall in love with grappling Wrestling you know Dan so I mean. I wrestled a little bit with the high school kids. After the season you know went to a few freestyle wrestling tournaments but I just wanted more wanted to keep going and there wasn't anything there and I think ironically there was a judo club. But I didn't think much about judo back then When I was in South Carolina and then I moved up to Richmond and in nineteen ninety seven. I started training judo at the judo club and at vcu and it was just. I was hooked right away. It was a special time for for martial arts special time for judo. Insofar as there was a lot of sort things that were coming together at the right place at the right time we know the UFC. We have to go back in time. You have been on on the air since nineteen ninety-three but nobody had seen it like literally. Probably fifty thousand people saw the I see in the There was another one eight months later or something and that's the sort of the way it was so is this sort of a niche underground to a degree but people that were involved with judo They knew about the UFC. They knew about Grappling they were reading. You know Martial arts magazines and stuff like that like black doll magazine was sort of the the leader back then if you were interested in even grappling. Because there wasn't there weren't industry specific magazines out there so I think that communities were a lot more interconnected. You had a lot more sort of a Geek condo type people involved with grappling people. You know judo injury. Jitsu were much more closely related than they sort of art today Which I mean as far as martial arts go. They're very very similar as far as like the way. The Arts are practiced in the culture. It's it's pretty different. Judo is a lot more formal. You just is very very laid back. You know tends to get rid of a lot of aspects of the tradition and so Maybe it's perceived as incompatible to a lot of a lot of people but I was really lucky at vcu It wasn't really like that. There were people coming over from you just schools throughout town and When I started competing in in Jujitsu Before actually started formally training in it. I'd had experience at the Judo Club. Traveling around Training going to seminars stuff like that. But no consistent regular training in. That was possible back then. It was possible because of the particular circumstances that I had to actually do pretty well when I competed in some of those arenas because I had you know. Of course judo Experience Judo Club but also good grappling especially for the time we had people. He wrestled before but also people that were actively training in Brazilian Jujitsu. And I think that was uncommon back. Then so it's sorta how things got started for me. When I moved to the Richmond area was really really lucky. Fell into the right

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"university south carolina" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of shutting down the Russian consulate began under Barack Obama okay I want to spend a few minutes with you if I can by talking about of Nevada which will tomorrow have carcasses well let me give you the poll numbers our first from Keighley S. T. V. Emerson College this polls taken February nineteenth and twentieth Bernie Sanders thirty percent seventeen percent Joe Biden sixty percent all of the foreign twelve percent any closure eleven percent Tom's tire ten percent Tulsi Gabbard two percent now the Las Vegas review journal published their bowl which was taken February eleven to thirteen Bernie Sanders twenty five percent Joe Biden eighteen percent Elizabeth Warren thirteen percent Tom's tire eleven percent mayor Pete ten percent Amy Klobuchar ten percent all this is interesting because Bernie Sanders is now projected to win the Nevada caucuses what make a difference and now let's talk about what will happen in a week looking ahead to South Carolina a critical state for Joe Biden and he needs to win there the Winthrop university South Carolina democratic primary poll taken between February nine in nineteen this is interesting Joe Biden twenty four percent Bernie Sanders nineteen percent Tom sire fifteen percent mayor Pete seven percent Elizabeth Warren six percent enclosure five percent another poll the university of Massachusetts Lowell South Carolina has buy new twenty three percent Bernie Sanders a twenty one percent Tom's tire thirteen percent Peter L. Levin percent Elizabeth Warren eleven percent in the quarter short nine percent in Tulsi Gabbard four percent fellow ABC also took a national poll between February fourteen and seventeen this is interesting Bernie Sanders at thirty two percent Joe Biden at sixteen percent Michael Bloomberg at fourteen percent Elizabeth Warren at twelve percent mayor Pete at eight percent any club Machar's seven percent Tom sire at two percent L. I can go on all these polls they all basically come to the same conclusion and we don't know what's going to happen but I'm interested does any of this polling data influence you and the most interesting thing for me is where's my Bloomberg a Bloomberg isn't anywhere because he's saving everything for super Tuesday which is March third what do you think is going to happen in Nevada what do you think will.

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"university south carolina" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

11:02 min | 2 years ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You by George urology on your host doctor Bruce Feinberg and we gonna have fun today we have five of the newest doctors at George urology so we've got the guys were fresh at a training new to the practice we want to find out what did docs think who have are starting their career how are they picking the city they want to live in the practice they're going to possibly spend their rested their remaining professional careers in how did they find what suits them and how do they really address the daunting task of for the first time being outside kind of the confines of their academic institution being on the line saying that patient for the first time and having to tell them them being the source that you've got prostate cancer then being the source that we have this procedure is going to require a major surgery I would understand what goes through the minds of the young doctor and I want understand more about how they make their decisions why they chose your draw Gee why they chose Atlanta really get a sense of how these young docks come into their professional careers what's on their minds and where did they drop their confidence from and how little they think about all the old doctors who were still practicing we're going to hear a lot about this from the docks as we introduce you to five today and I'm gonna have them give their own intro those because five is way too many for me to try to master so we're gonna start with Kevin Yang thanks Chris are you so I'm one of the new urologist starting out in the face hi down in the southwest state pod it by day okay so you're all like fish and so it really sure how many pods are there so I think we have at least five I believe there's northern or southern Cephei is part of southern part right in just a few more these are just geographic collections of doctors correct so that you're the ones who share call with each other absolutely right so if there for five hospitals that make up that southern group yeah Todd correct and you're the guys you're gonna be set the only not only with the different offices in that region but also going to the hospitals in that region absolutely all right so I Kevin and I shall get back to you as well as a good start all right so we will do shoe for us next shoe first day she wrote yet she read a half your day I was I'm from Atlanta originally I did my training out in in Dallas and in Nashville I'm actually kind of unique among the the never quit class someone of the pediatric urologists I deal exclusively with children and your joining what seven others seven others right and and you're doing pediatrics for the entire state essentially we have a large catchment area including pretty much a part of the other states in the southeast hi and because of the specialized nature of what you do to all those patients come to a single institution where there are like three or four hospitals across the state managing those patients well we are associate with children's healthcare of Atlanta that's what we do our our surgeries on that we have a closer look and good working relationship with and so we see them in our clinics and if they need surgery though either come to Eggleston or Scottish Rite or at the very service centers that we operate at okay all right next let's see west Ludwig I'm west Ludwig I am originally from Atlanta as well I grew up in the Roswell area did my training in Washington DC and Baltimore and just move back this past June and I am practicing up in the canton area in the Jasper area right because you hike a lot you wanted to be in the mountains are exactly it's a beautiful place to work in their in their growing areas of Atlanta that have a a big need for for your ology there and so and how far from your your parents some of twenty five minutes so what was the furthest you could have possibly been from your parents home which office would have taken you know I I could have been if I was were Kevin is Kevin Yang I could be about an hour away I can see is what's happening soon hi race so we only have room for four to be on my braces gonna jumping quickly and we're gonna be switching out a little bit so brace tell me a little bit where you you know where you came from and how he ended up here sure I thought Bryce white and from Warner robins Georgia originally I went to university Georgia and they're called Georgia and then on that university South Carolina Charleston well you never been more than a hundred miles away now I love the south southeast what do you do for your like sports affiliations I'm gonna docks okay projected himself there must be is dog nation all right good for you hi guys so it's great to have you all here I I think yeah for me this a lot of fun so it's it's difficult to because I've got one missing somebody I can right about my name is Joseph song thanks so much for having us today Bruce so I am out in the Gwinnett pod I am guessing sensing a pattern here I'm also from the Atlanta area actually grew up in the loose and Snellville and down backing Gwinnett's and happy to be here and very excited to to be you know back in the Atlanta area so it's fascinating to me because I can't decide if I want to meet all your parents given the fact that what they did right to keep you all get it you want to come back home or do I want to figure out what's wrong with you I'd like you to do that so but it it's fun for me might my youngest is thirty four so I I've got like and I I see young guys come to practice in both as somebody who ran a large practice and did a lot of recruiting as well as now the position when I look at my god you're like my kids and like figure out like you know it's pretty awesome what you're doing and that you're here now and it's for real and starting so I want to get into that and to what extent was it for the three of you who are from Georgia there's back getting back home verse is everything that I wanted in a practice or that I wanted in my professional career I could get by coming to George ology would you want to go yeah I am a bill talk about that a little bit so it there was a big impetus for us to be close to family but in addition to that I knew I wanted to be in a larger group some place that would have the expertise in the support to really support you know to to help a E. on urologist starting off and judge urology is one of the largest groups in the country but at the same time interviewing with I felt like it was a group of guys who were very close with each other who you know loved what he did and have the same kind of philosophy and and and and goals as I did I seven just a reminder to everyone to silence their phones of all right so I I find that interesting because of our it's kind of interesting that you talk about your going to pot so you've got this tight working relationship it kind of almost like a smaller group environment but the pot is part of something much bigger absolutely and and so I think that is the best of both worlds Schumer you're going to be after your holiday ever really unique situation is almost all pediatric urology is academic it is so that's kind of we have a working real relationship with some talk of Atlanta and because we also train resins we haven't and every appointment as well but it you know Atlanta was another it's a big geographic job because my parents my wife's families also I'm from Atlanta I'm always an OBGYN in the city as well so that the job first you did yeah so just just another clue guy's head nodding doesn't work really yeah you really do have to use your voice are so anyway so so you you got the job and but she was all gung ho to come back here as well yeah it's it we have you know two small kids and being your family is is priceless free babysitting so how many how many you're married you can show hands I think all of us are all your all right and then how many of you have any have kids I think well do you all do really I interesting man but I'm not done yet how many wives are professionals I got three all right now I think I think it's a growing trend I I think it's it's somewhat of the the rigor of the medical training in the medical like this I think that's often end up bonding with them you know yes I think you have been looking at night to go to the disco my dealer I don't think whatever but I I think that is is more more common I I've been amazed by how me the docks I hired in the last years and I was running George cancer with how may they were coming as a professional couple and I think it's more and more the trend and it is it's I think it's a difficult life to understand and then how you manage that because with the schedules of both which brings back again the need for family and really good nannies so how many of you already have nannies I've got one ninety I've got two nannies all right so for those listening who are working within the ninety field know someone who is there's a real opportunity here with this group yeah is this the entire rookie class or other more he did make it today this is us yeah through the internet okay class fascinating all right now beyond the one specialization that we had in pediatric urology is anyone else specialized and I don't mean that dozens of be like fellowship specialized but to what extent are you general urologist or you really have a particular area of focus in on him now I think I am specialize in robotic surgery I did a one year fellowship at Temple University in Philadelphia after my training that was one of the biggest draw down here the fate pod they were looking for another robotically trend urologist replace someone who left is it possible to do surgery that robots today absolutely absolutely is it's not no I mean you like see like a hundred and thirty that hospitals opening I got three robots and you just wonder like you know it is like you know I've got a you know getting right now I will see three three I just I I just interesting how much robotics have taken over any I think in your generation the literature of course was very mixed in a has starkly been because you have doctors not reared on robots who got into robots late and so you know the question is are you how much more skilled are you a robot or thank you I did open not you can't do both but I think that when you're trained a certain way it is a different generational phenomena yeah so you all do robots but you're specifically fellowship trained ribbons contrite cardiologists outlets that yes that's right figured good I can imagine training program tech imagine who they would attract but if there wasn't robotic training within the program yeah that's really become kind of an arm in urology right here to do a moat a lot of our surgeries right you know robotically laparoscopic when you give your be critical about that we could talk a ton about engines all the that they don't have to do no I go I can see the smiles like I hit a nerve on that one all right so we're we're going to break and when we come back from break we're gonna get get into more about and had the daunting task of starting your career.

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"university south carolina" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Take or use Promo code take at checkout now Darius Leonard Innovating completely different okay we now welcome on a very special guest. It is Indianapolis Colts linebacker. Kirker pro bowler dairies. Leonard thank you for coming by appreciate it. We have to start because I see. You're wearing clemson hat now. We're sitting here in New Orleans. We're getting away from national championship. Your brother went to Clemson. But you didn't get except you didn't get recruited by Clemson and I thought that was like a piece. He's a little chip on your shoulder that you've used to drive you to be great in the NFL. But now you're rooting for Clemson Well like you said a brother wouldn't close in Grew up watch. It's a club in clubs India recruit just in. It was partly my fault because I became very tiscornia qualified and it came two weeks after signed on a day. They said they had scholarships left. So you know we're in the South Carolina State Play they're still. I mean those homegrown so I still have a love for clemson stitch. Okay that's a fair fair answer. I just state. Yeah you you you strike me as from in reading everything about you you strike me as is a. There's been an underdog story to your career and people doubting you and I thought maybe you were like holding onto the doubt. pull up every day that you didn't you didn't go to Clemson. I'm just can make me stronger and stronger. But you're being you're being a nice brother and being like I'll root for Clemson today Yeah I mean they use that as a chip of my shoulder not being able to play in Play with Clemson but you know You know just growing up being billy clubs started rooting for them. So when I was maybe seven eight years old I mean as that's all I knew I mean it was loved Clemson. Hey Hey South Carolina and that's what I mean I still today's same thing and You Know Cheer Cheer for Clinton ends up so if University South Carolina was in the National Championship. Just that's a funny thing imagine. We'll must champ coaching authority game. It just like bizarro world. If he was here right now you would not be running. You'll be rooting against a ruling against South Carolina. Okay I like Shane by the I like both. What did you say? Three first. Round management first round management. Yes Sir what does that my agent agency. Yeah so okay. Oh it's a gift. That's kind of Shit till they put their own name on the gift we actually. We actually get like similar things. It's just like a week. I got a Mug in a tote bag kind of like the chain. Yeah I guess I mean it's cool I mean have I mean has some nice but then you know they gotta supportive they gotta ask. You should get money for advertising. Yeah good now. If you join our agency It agency yeah. We're going to give you a free. PMT Tattoo on your head right. So we'll make sure that you get compensated for everything anything including free publicity for your agency will offer. That's not enough that that was officially not enough to be fair. Though it is Shane how would you. I was probably where if somebody gave me that you just. I had no idea what was F. R. M. D. Big cat. That sucks and if it looked like that I'd wear it every day absolutely. I don't care you were in the. NFL's top one hundred list this year. Did you pay attention that when I was coming out where you like watching to make sure that you were going to be on that list. Of course I mean you know playing a game you know you WANNA be bad so You know being in the top one hundred. It's something that you want to check off on your list Just being a professional football player so I was a competitor. I wanted to compete. Definitely made that list. What so so you still have the headline the bleacher report headline on your phone I do has it got so for? You don't know this is why I thought you were a chip on shoulder guy because this is the the ultimate shoulder move bleacher report after Leonard was drafted had headlines at various Leonard worst pick in the draft wow and keeps it as a photo in his phone so that you can pull it up every now and then in be like. Yeah Remember these idiots I actually. I'm pretty sure that I said it was a fantastic pick at the time because his. I'm a noted draft nick for the Indianapolis Colts. Yeah we do six tracks every year I had actually had going. Yeah we had in the first round to indy. So you have this who you pull it up like every now and then just look at it. Do they also had when Russell Wilson got drafted. They gave that an F.. Yeah that's tough wasted a third round pick on Russell Wilson credibility taking Dr. We've just throw ball. That's credibility gone. So you still use that kind of stuff to motivate of eight you. Even though you're already in Europe roller you made the top one hundred. All that stuff has happened. How do you stay like motivated? You know I love in and later so I was do plenty of time to go to twitter I type in my name and I just see like all the negative things that people say like him you know. Just use that as motivation. 'cause coming with us you know that sometimes you can be placing so still talking trash or saying you can't do something judges kind of use that as motivation as well we gotta start typing. It was having you searches after games. Do you have there to report. Darius Leonard to colts drafts worse picks Kevin Hickey April. Thirty two two thousand eighteen one idiot bad take what an idiot awful take. I love it. I love that so you actually want him. You go you name. Search yourself after every game. It'll just to see what people are saying. And if it's too much positive stuff do you get a little bit upset because you're like hey there's no There's no motivational fuel for me here. No I I mean there's that game and you know especially after a loss you know you get the point and so you know you definitely go there and see our are who says so I mean I used to say okay. Well I need to do this right here or I'm GONNA go wrong. I had some guys say that Hours abandon covers this year that I wasn't a good run stopper by all the line. That's pretty crazy with over one hundred tacos. Yeah do you Do name search for misspellings. ellings of your name too because usually the dumbest stuff is ruined by people. That won't be able to spell your name right. Yeah that that is a true statement. I never never did that. One time I said Leon John Bell were like Levy on smell and he found it and he liked it. He searched for an alternate spelling of his own so he does like four different combinations of letters and he just gets all his motivation twitter that way. Yeah that's that's pretty. I I definitely do some well. I'll just take my name. Man has tried to see all outback communist and I can take us this view you. So why would that be frustrated in practice. I know that when you played with Andrew Luck. He's famous for complementing guys after they hit him. Have you obviously. You weren't allowed to sack Andrew in practice. He had a big Red Jersey on or whatever But did you ever make a play against him and then he gave a big compliment. You're like man I wish it would be meaner now the My first time actually Preston India picked him off and I came to say a great play and it was pretty weird coming. Now's a rookie. And you know it was his first time being back on the field so it was definitely kind of Kinda weird kind of getting that a couple of them already got one. Oh Darius Lynyrd hard so no oh and there there is Darius Leonard WanNa Howl. I liked him but now he's a bitch simply retreat it.

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"university south carolina" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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08:01 min | 2 years ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Thank you my over there to get out with you taking into twenty twenty the with the on the ground winnable show will start at three o'clock we've been talking and we spent a lot of time this year talking about our crazy colleges right from students to teachers and I know colleges have been a bit of a wacky place especially certain colleges like Berkeley for a while now but I think this decade you saw a lot of these colleges go completely off the rails completely off the rails so in honor of the end of the year in the last day of twenty nineteen I thought it would be appropriate to look back at some of the most bizarre classes they were taught on American campuses in twenty nineteen okay so you may remember these I didn't remember most of these when I went through so these again these are some of the most memorable empezar classes from twenty nineteen so university Kentucky that's where we're gonna start university of Kentucky offered a course that met the humanities course requirements okay so if you were doing you know like everybody needs to take a math and English and science or whatever you need to take a humanities so you could take this and it would refer real would fulfill your requirements and the course was called angry white male students this course explore the deeper sources sources of this emotional state while evaluating reset manifestations of male white anger somehow this angry white masculinity course connected to feminism racism homosexuality in transgenderism so that was the course description one of the tie all of those in angry white male studies but it ten college they offered a course that Eric I think you may did you major in this course of college it was this is Penn college I know you would city college but yeah querying god you clearing god clearing god major I saw your diploma was in the da office clearing god I think it was a rude revenue was related to that I I do believe I took that course though yeah okay you remember clearing got so to dress the Bible through both the specialist and queer perspective the Bible through that yeah yes the Bible everybody knows by okay sure do do you little but you've got a like a remix of the Bible you know you look at it from a different perspective and interpretation yeah Bible yeah so a feminist okay okay in a clear perspective and while also looked you remember this of course I'm just reminding you at god's gender identity okay so you are you know you think your gods mail that's probably what you're thinking right now if you listen we need to look at it a little differently so the professor when Kessler questions whether god is masculine or feminine by examining different feminist and queer centered writings key themes of the class included stretches the women the stretches the limits of generating and sexing the divine always have trouble reading these because I don't quite quite know if these are sentences if I'm allowed to say this key themes of the class include quote stretches the limits of gender ring and sexing the divine the school offers a similar course titled and again this is Penn college clearing the Bible now you can get to take that one I believe you wanted to write it didn't you took wearing god but clearing the Bible that follow up would have been great great did the next level you just couldn't you couldn't really complete clearing god because bad yeah it's a lot to take in here now well those challenges a lot of what your preconceived notions you know you go in with certain understanding so school clearing the Bible focus more heavily on biblical readings of course university of South Carolina no this is an interesting story because the state of South Carolina requires all colleges to teach the constitution course now that seems relevant right we often talk about something the kids lack here is is history right I would imagine a not a lot of kids go about the constitution need to learn that lack of knowledge part of the understanding but the president of South Carolina university and the university of South Carolina said that students already learned enough about the constitution through voluntary courses offered to the required course shouldn't be offered they basically know all there is to know about the constitution okay I thought it was gonna be Milik maybe clearing the constitution no no no come on sorry clearing the constitution that's absurd I'm sorry you can only clear the Bible okay I apologize yeah it's the constitution Eric I get it yeah so these kids at university South Carolina they knew all there is to know that the class got the constitution boss I got it all down teacher we're all good so despite the state requirement the university of South Carolina said nope not gonna go by don't need it didn't require however they added a course grade it's not required but instead of that course kids could take during the consultation no no no no no those college that is so cool okay sorry you could take beginners belly dancing now with that constant Welsh would that count for the constitution class instead of yeah you don't need to take that anymore but you know you know you need somebody solitary classes so instead yeah we're not gonna teach the constitution you could soon learn how to belly dance yeah you've always asked you know Hey how do I you know how to do this or do that after that was it beginner belly dancing last one let me see here yet another course at the university of South Carolina so this is the same school South Carolina shows the offer well you nor in the state required of founding documents course is one on anime writing students can take media writing advanced mac them man got in anime okay so the university of South Carolina they can not offer the required constitution course because of lack of funding calling the requirement K. okay so the constitution okay a bit of a throwback right yeah how many years old I don't even under you know you look at the constitution it's in it's in cursive I can barely read that for okay is okay a I don't get it old news okay figures probably honestly at this point but you know anime belly dancing these are things we need to learn right now fundamental cornerstones really you could take your next work anywhere in the future and all these courses and all these schools across over forty thousand dollars to go home every one eight hundred seven sixty five three sixty two is the tuition cost for the schools and I'm just so perfectly thousand dollars a year and that is what they're learning at those schools just some of the worst or best or however you look at it and I'm sure we'll have another great list next year as well Jim bat what's going on over there keeping things safe this new year's eve it's all hands on deck at law enforcement agencies around the county tonight the story next clearing the Bible focuses more heavily on biblical readings I am seven sixty Duncan breaking news AM seven sixty talk and breaking news president data rates may apply guys got hair loss I know what you're thinking should I shave my head Coleman.

"university south carolina" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Yeah a little bit of a follow up to that question and an earlier one but so you said that the Jefferson didn't like contention but he was a great politician and maybe and all of the second question as well but what do you think about that illustrates how great a politician you was says first question second question just in terms of the unruly nests and on seriousness I guess of the students at William and Mary and at U. VA in the eighteen twenties how does that contrast to the northern universities that you mention those students at two very good questions first of all Jefferson being right politician one yes he manages to engineer an opposition party that comes to power and displaces of a very formidable first party that essentially founded the federal institutions of the country the fabulous that's that's a tough accomplishment he pulled it off and then he consolidated the the power of his party the so called Republicans not the same Republican Party of Lincoln or later but the Jeffersonian Republicans he consolidated their power and basically destroyed the federalists so there's that accomplishment and they need to use things like the Louisiana Purchase where he has to set aside is constitutional scruples and and do something that's not in the constitution he was a strict constructionist of the constitution until it didn't service purposes at which point the constitution becomes more of an accordion but it's a you know it's a great accomplishment for the country saved it from a real crisis at that time and then on the local level to get no three thousand dollars is he like a lot of money now but three thousand dollars to get out of the state of Virginia for higher education is an extraordinary accomplishment because nobody's ever done that before and Jefferson's very proud of it he played a game of chicken with the with the state legislators which is they wanted him to open up one half of the buildings were built just just getting going Mrs no if I do that they won't find the other half of the building so I'm just gonna play chicken with them and tell them news on student coming in here until it's done any logical filled out the last billing the rotunda was not completed at the time they open the doors but he pulled this off and then he gave at of indiscreet interview not with a cross member but with a visitor came to it describing just how cleverly he had manipulated the state legislature to get all of this money and get the university built and unfortunately this guy who didn't go Jefferson that well when published a story and it's in the Richmond and Jefferson is just leave the about this is that I never did any of those things of course he done all those things but he didn't want to live to be shown on over his taking kind of a victory tour in explaining how we've done all of this he realized he'd been in discrete yes it was the other question the students okay unruly students everywhere okay but it's they are the worst in the south and in the north they're worse were southerners are the most numerous which is Princeton the trouble in the north is mostly over food service which is terrible and students end up basically having food fights in riots over this there are other issues but that's the number one thing in the south it's a young man trying to show that nobody can control and it's confronting faculty members is stealing their horses knocking down sensors hooting and hollering just showing that you are in control and stuff the fact it's much more violent this so I'm in this is true the university Georgia universe North Carolina university South Carolina you tend to you via high and there's other three were actually founded their older universities have found it seventeen eighties and nineties and early early as nineteen century Alan Taylor discussing the founder of the university of Virginia Thomas Jefferson yeah two questions one completely off the wall you pointed out at Jefferson made a choice.

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"university south carolina" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:17 min | 3 years ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Sitting here watching the greatest sport on the planet and when I don't know what the second best borders we got a month ago we probably have three to four teams that are you we say Hey we're gonna get the number one seed and that's the New Orleans Saints at the New England Patriots of the Baltimore Ravens that's the forty Niners maybe after tomorrow night it's going to be the Seattle Seahawks so the competitiveness of our game is authentically the common thread of what makes our sports so incredible is if you think about it you know when you talk about basketball to be lebron James like there's always a handful of teams that have no chance and what we're seeing here we have so many different teams are have a great chance of winning but right now it's hard to say that Lamar Jackson's not the best player in the NFL on the best team what's so interesting about that story it is if you go back two years ago the she got all the crane the world be drafted in the first round but he wasn't there first first round pick he even Hearst Hey then university South Carolina former minor league baseball player who transferred in play for will Muschamp at South Carolina was their first first round pick so it's really amazing that all of us myself included missile mark Jackson including the Baltimore Ravens but to their credit the tree back into the first round with the Philadelphia Eagles with the thirty second selection they took Lamar Jackson probably today the league's MVP on the team that may have the first seed depending on how nice game between the patriots in the Houston Texans go right so mark Jackson rushes for over a hundred yards in a victory over the forty Niners twenty to seventeen let's go back to something you just said though you you were in the dolphins war room an opportunity maybe take a large Jackson are you guys at Ryan Tannehill's me not looking for a quarterback at that spot but why did so many teams miss on Lamar Jackson in the first round I think because the common thread was don't really know how his games going to translate to a more prototypical NFL offense and there were some inconsistencies in his you'll passing offense at Louisville so there's a great expression I really think rings true as we talk about Lamar Jackson which is the tapes of so for meeting your baseline counts as the floor but the character says the ceiling really without talks about the control of some life into the which is when you work hard and your selfless and you have a growth mindset you commit when you're wrong and you know what you have to work on the sky's the limit and when you watch the mark Jackson play he's getting better he is getting better now look is actually today was an ideal but neither was doing op lows but mark Jackson is a better thrower today better passer today than it was when came out Louisville and that speaks of three things his characters characters character and that word and involves a lot of things in talking about work ethic and and being around great coaching and taking to the coaching I'm sure people like Greg Roman are incredibly energized to be around him every day when they see their life's work being manifested by a player that's very talented but cares deeply again Ruth Lamar Jackson another big victory for the ravens is Mike noted if he's won a in the MVP discussion Russell Wilson likely one be in Russell Wilson the Seahawks late tomorrow night they hosted the Vikings without being in the war room I'm not really asking your fair question because again you weren't in that room but walk us through what may have happened with the ravens because you you brought up a great point it Aiden Hearst was there first they're not Lamar Jackson's why pass on the more that's what men trade up to get on yeah because the draft is you're playing chess with thirty one teams and the way that works is you you have to save yourself we are building a team Anthony what's the heights of issues of are incredibly finite resources like we have very few ways to improve our team draft capsules by far your own the most premium part of that so if we feel like we get player X. in round two let's get player action round two and that's kind of one of the factors and then I'm sure they felt like well look yeah we got past the first pick we got ten that we really wanted and if the price is reasonable let's just check the box get the player and not you don't take a chance and he will be there in second round that's former NFL general manager Mike Tannenbaum a Methodist alter this is football friends and he has been ready which is.

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"university south carolina" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Broadcast on Sunday during the game and I want to thank you Sir for giving a description of the uniforms of each team I have been blind all my life but it helped me visualize big gamer culture I met you back in ninety nine and the family shop and we we talk football and I do appreciate you very much and thank you Sir it helped the college game they help the baseball game yeah and lance all of me if they give me a description of what I'm listening to and I wanna thank you Sir they're all the negative all the negative about the Broncos lifting brought those being a brothel in the way of life we love the Broncos win lose or draw those of our forces if we they never win a race thank you Sir thank thank you drew does and I so we thank you for your service absolutely so there is a big big breakfast in South Carolina that's that's a new low yeah I would think we see Broncos fans everywhere we go I would think everybody in South Carolina after South Carolina beat Florida beat Georgia at Georgia would be South Carolina fans as well got to be pretty excited right there's no big city in South Carolina either is there I don't think there's a Charleston major market there Kassian trying think one Charleston South Carolina where where is trying to think where is South Carolina university South Carolina Columbia right right correct I think that is corrupt Birmingham Alabama how big of a market is that football's big down there too so you have to have a big market tell football team they well you even I mean do you have a certain size market because you want to be your first day in Portland's I am well portents been talked about over the years it has been be I'm in there the they love their sports team in Portland right yeah I mean they're very supportive of college basketball I mean they love their teams there about the charges moved to Oakland they go how would that be talk about a bunch of confuse not sick California team moving up to the the change Heller should think almost whacked jobs in the last right blue right it just somehow that makes sense John Lewis bill is next on KO eight morning John the England the English Chargers got a good ring to it in London charger they want to put a team in la to fly there for a game well awhile they well I mean if spike rich people do it for the occasion what a deal job I think it happens in two ways team in Canada before London now history one it doesn't have to be at the same as that I have here worse off it could be right John thank you according to the ESPN the NFL wants to have a franchise in London by twenty twenty two I think that's gonna be Jacksonville well that's what they talked about Jacksonville the interesting thing about that and maybe it'll happen but that schedule you you've got it you've got to come over here I think can play a couple of consecutive road games because that would be brutally not that you're not gonna make the trans Atlantic track like ten times a year are you what a what if they put him in it one of the Eastern divisions AFC or NFC where they're playing New York New England Baltimore but but how long does that flight like five hours six hours since so it's pretty long to reset it won't be on a seven hour time change right team in Hawaii I've got to play the play back they'll come over on a two game trip the house in somewhere it'll be two weeks they'll play you know in New York and Baltimore then fly back play for two weeks there so they'll tell me they'll try to cut the road travel in half so instead of the top ten trips you're making five trips why use make the first aid away and you just pay the first aid in the United States in the last eight seems a bit unfair one the Chargers now one in seven and well out of the playoffs now you think you think English fans would pay me they they they you know they they I'm empat ball in the late Pat Bowlen was really instrumental in in getting that the you know getting NFL football into England but you think English fans really with the like the NFL game enough to be staunch supporters we can we can we can from week to week you would know better than me you've called a couple games over there my right yes at least one yeah and how did it feel over there was there a lot of enthusiasm for the game I mean a little bit I mean it's it's some of it is forced enthusiasm right there because I think there's some people that understand the game or other people that are just there for sort of a spectacle they don't really I mean maybe they could learn the game what about Hawaii I can you put a team and I'll talk to Rick a place here but which team that whole white ball against the teams here it's brutal another spot that they were talking about was Mexico City possibly maybe that's a big city I thank you city I don't know and it's not talker big time yeah all the game down there to the near Mexico City yeah I did and how was that well the stadium was full what about Japan they're celebrating two is to in Tokyo and one in Australia right yeah I'm not trying to have been in a full team in Tokyo I seventeen hours yeah that's no ads twenty some hours as well ten twenty five is our time Dave wrecking Kathy will figure this out this is Kayla.

"university south carolina" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

12:38 min | 3 years ago

"university south carolina" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"It is. thank you so much thank you thank you six one five seven three seven nine nine eight six. seven three seven W. the beauty and a federal judge ruled this week that Harvard university's consideration of an application or an applicant's rains. during the admissions process does not discriminate against Asian Americans it's a case of experts they could end up with the Supreme Court. so here's what happened Harvard's application process being challenged by an advocacy group students were feared mission. as I say I got some kind acronym. S. F. F. A. so often and I anyway they've claim for years of the school unfairly penalizes applicants of Asian descent. they base the foundation is case on a twenty thirteen internal study conducted by Harvard itself show the of applicants recess based on academic records alone forty three percent of the admitted class would be made up of Asian American students. we can't have that oh my gosh. but other factors go the percentage of Asian American students the nineteen percent. so your goal the trump administration jumped on board to back the plaintiffs in the case arguing in court filings of the evidence shows Harvard's uses of a subjective personal rating allows applicants of white black and Hispanic descent a greater advantage in gaining acceptance in Asian Americans here's my deal with this. why don't you accept the best applicants if forty three percent of men of being Asian so be it. can have that. so yesterday US district judge Alison burrows sided with hardwood writing in her decision. although the school's admissions process is not perfect there is no evidence of any racial animus whatsoever really. so before you put in this personal raining forty three percent of the applicants were gonna be Asian American after you put in this personal rating nineteen percent were you cut him in less than half. or more than half. Edward bloom present of S. F. F. any issued a statement following the court's decision saying students were feared missions is disappointed the court has upheld Harvard discriminatory admissions policies. we believe that the documents emails data analysis and depositions presented a trial compellingly revere Harvard's systematic discrimination against Asian American applicants. according to politico S. F. A. A. FAA is almost certain to appeal the case widely expected to end up before the Supreme Court which is upheld affirmative action in college admissions multiple times but now may be less likely to green like the practice again with the more conservative majority created by president Donald Trump. affirmative action this seems to be anti affirmative action on. you've got Asians. who have earned their seat at the table Harvard at forty three percent we're gonna cut him down to nineteen percent why. now I'm not home keys black folks and Hispanics that make a lot of sense to me why don't we just take the see this is when people talk about Phil aren't don't you care about diversity I don't give a rants romp about diversity what I care about is excellence. and I want good people surrounding me I don't care where they're all black or all Asian or all Martian. I want good people around me doing good things and that's what it should be on it should be on merit not based on some all we got a look like this or that or the other because if that were the case sixty percent of the NBA would be white. how boring would that be. that you know sports is the last frontier. for excellence it really is it's the it's really the only playing so far that has not been invaded the. by political correctness now your hands when you talk about the NFL and Colin Capranica kneeling in the but I'm talking about as far as who gets to play. who's gonna be quarterback who's the best quarterback. who's gonna be playing running back who's the best running back. wide receiver best wide receiver. we're not trying to make the the team look like America we're trying to win championships and when you do that you put the best people in the year and as it so happens the majority of the folks in the NFL and the NBA or black. I have no problem with that. I don't want to see a mediocre team or a mediocre Liga they just because we're trying to make it look like America I wanna see excellence. don't you. well that goes for anything. you want to try to make the NHL look like America. it in the middle it looks like Canada. for crying out. so if we're gonna do that what are we gonna make twelve percent of the NHL black fourteen person the NHL Hispanic by the way if we if how many of these Asians are actually making it into the NBA not many. not many I hate the stereo type. but Asians am to lug a a large degree Hispanics. are not. built for basketball. and so that's just the way shakes out. if they're built for Harvard why not let them go and the numbers were they were. actually accepted should've been accepted forty three percent I can't imagine see why is it that we get discriminated against Asians. you don't get discriminated against Hispanics or blacks doesn't make any sense to me. all Asians tend to be over achievers don't bring. anybody wondered why we have so many Jews that are doctors and lawyers and in the entertainment business what are we gonna you know they saying. Jews make up one percent of the population to percent so we're gonna make your hospital look like America so we got to get rid of the Jewish doctors the only. well that would be stupid. I don't even know what percentage your average hospital has a Jewish doctors but I think it's probably about one percent of the doctors. but we want the best doctors don't wing. so what do we care if they're Jewish or black or white or Hispanic we want the best when you're going to have heart surgery. do you wanna Fuhrman of action and you want the best surgeon do you care whether it's a man or a woman or a black or what I was listening to an interview with but I've been Carson. today interesting guy this guy. grew up in abject poverty in Detroit. but he was on was Stuart Varney today and it was asking for money says you know I've known you for twenty years and I know your story of success but I mean in thirty seconds if you know tell the folks wanted was that made you so successful Hey said it was my mother that made us so successful. a said she would make us me and my brother. write a book report twice a week on books we checked out from the public library in Detroit. here's the irony he didn't know this for years she could marine. they would bring her the book reports and she would act like she was reading over. and she couldn't even rain. but she made sure the church kids would have a better life than her so one of them becomes a world class surgeon in the other literally is a rocket scientist. because you had a ten of parents who made sure that their kids were headed to excellence has nothing do with affirmative action. it has to do well the affirmative action is it the the affirmative action of the parent is in the. I don't ever professed to be a perfect parent Susan I've talked about this all we could have done this better we could have done that we should have pushed him to do this because you know. at some point you just go we've done all we can do when you're on your own. but you know. you do you do what you can do when you do with the best that you can do and then you see how the the chips fall where they may. but there are some folks have been they don't give a rat's rump about the kids and then there are other parents who do and it's not a racial thing. it's not even really an economic thing you got plenty of poor parents who are desperate to get their kids out of their situation and so they push them to be better than they were when they were coming up or cheat more than the cheap and then you got some rich folks appearance you know we got a latch key kids they don't give a rat's rumble and do whatever they want to they end up on drugs within the being sorry or than a you know whatever. but when it comes to getting in the Hopwood. it seems to me that this should be one of those things that you work hard and if you work hard enough. you get into an elite school like Harvard and it shouldn't matter whether you're black or white or Asian or Hispanic it shouldn't matter whether you actually. meet the criteria to be in the school. I think the admission should be color blind I think it should be done actually with a computer if you will my personal opinion on this you put all the applicants in the amulet by the way. what do you volunteer to the homeless shelter should mean anything as far as I'm concerned. but they look at stuff like that here's something else they still look at all of these places is if you had a relative who went there. I tell my kids you talk about something that is. I think completely absolutely unfair it shouldn't matter if you had a relative who went to the school what if you don't have any relatives Windsor what if you're the first in your family ever go to college you're naturally at a disadvantage what should it matter if you had a relative who went to this school that school or whatever. but on every at a college education that I've seen do you have a relative this ever return attended this university what is the matter. what if you start putting in of fake names. yeah uncle Bob when their gratitude graduated magna **** laude. laying a leg up I again I am sitting across the desk from a program director many years ago he's on the phone so I'm just sitting there waiting for him to get off the phone and I start you know picking up stuff on his desk in a pick up his resume. he gets off the phone and I said wow I didn't know your game **** Hey Sir what. I said I know your game **** is that what you're talking about I said you went to university South Carolina the setting of the university of South Carolina. I thought was right here on your resume he said all I just put that on there to get a job I never went to college. true story. people never check it to do put on their graduated for I'm could be could put all sorts of stuff graduated with honors from the universe he could have done you know you could you could then Harvard. it shouldn't matter who you know folks I'm just telling him and if you're Asian and I don't I. this is bound to the Supreme Court overturned and see the liberals are probably going to side with the with the ruling for some strange reason why is we get discriminated stations out again Justin you're up next Justin what's up. much others double bunking about this loan deal with the Democrats use but if I'm really do in page from you likely won't take a chance on allowing drunk debated the only president in history we encourage them then be reelected well you can't though that's the thing we look this up if you get impeached you can't hold office again. but here's something to think about the think about this and I was having a conversation with her came mark about this today and I don't know the answer Hey says throw this out to you people out there today. let's say this thing drags on through next year. and he's impeached by the house and it goes to the Senate and it goes to trial and come August they convict them and thrown out of office. what happens.

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"university south carolina" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Are running against the president will resonate with the current Republican Party voters at this point I mean he the president currently has a significant amount of support among among the GOP voter base and I mean. Do you think it's too late to turn that message around well up. Put it this way AH politics or comparative their relative there is no perfect candidate out there as encapsulation of every every ideals that you might hold that I might hold and so if the simple question for most South Carolina Republicans using them as a litmus test is is it is it donald trump or Bernie Sanders. I will predict with about ninety percent certainty which is about where his numbers fall that that most Republicans in South Carolina would say. I'm going with Donald Trump. If however you have a a real choice between some other folks that have very backgrounds I mean Bill Weld is from the northeast and Joe is from the Midwest and I'm a southern guy with different political pedigrees in different voting records then you're going to see some things planner because I went to university South Carolina football game a week ago and it was amazing to to me and that solid trump territory. I mean very solid trump territory the number of people who came up. I said Hey I just heard about the election became so i. I can't believe that I want want to build have my voice. I want a choice. I WANNA be a part of this debate. I do think you're going to see those numbers. Diminish a a a snapshot. I POL is simply a snapshot in time and the Snapshot was taken. I don't think is reflective of what we see. As we go a couple of months into this thing. Why do you think president trump should not be elected in two thousand twenty for a host of reasons but but I would begin at the most basic level in that Milton Friedman once said that the ultimate measure of government is what it spends now. That's not the only measure but it's an important barometer and so traditionally the Republicans stood for financial sanity not getting ahead of your skis on spending financial prudence if you look at polling and data out out there says that traditionally folks trusted Republican Party on on pocketbook issues I think he's shown the pocketbook and the wallet out the door and if you look at his spending it's well beyond and above President Obama's. You look at deficits are projected to be over trillion dollars a year over the next ten years you look at the data to record numbers and I think he's taking us over the cliff. He said I'm the King of debt well. He always had his dad there to bail amount at at critical moments that would've killed out most brilliant autumn. Noor's as they were getting started. He didn't get killed because his dad was there. We're not so lucky as American the taxpayers and so I think the debt spending issues big. I think that where he's taken us in trade as a mistake I think we're he's taken us with regard to respect and trust I institutions that have been part of the glue that held our system together for more than two hundred years as a is in the wrong direction and I think is telling us off and I saw that right here in this congressional district that I used to represent wherein millennials working women stay at home moms in droves turned out against him as a proxy and as a result for the first time in about fifty years. This Republican district went Democrat Governor Sanford while you were serving as governor governor in two thousand and nine you made headlines. For essentially disappearing for about a week on your members of your staff were concerned about your whereabouts and eventually eventually that led to being revealed that you were having an extramarital affair Do you think voters can trust you now. Particularly voters that remember that scandal the you know I I think the two key elements there one is are you sorry for what you did in contrast to the president who said there's nothing in life that he sorry for you know. If you talk to voters down here you'll hear of an apology tour. You're here of a lot out of conversation. I had was folks saying I'm I'm very sorry for letting you down and and and in the wake of all those conversations you can have a level of humility level of empathy as a result of a failure. I mean I think at the end of day we all have feta clay and there's there's some some chapter of lives that we wish we could redo but that's not how life works and what's interesting about that is in the wake of that finished out my term as governor there but a couple of years later this congressional seat on the coast came open and I was elected to it and so people back home said you know I don't like Mike how you handle that chapter life. You made a mistake but we know you and we trust. You and we're going to send you to be our emissary to Washington as a member of Congress. That's a very humbling journey to go one so I'd say one Did you learn from it or is it just sort of the way you roll. The other thing I think is interesting is I think it's important in life not to judge people based on their best day anymore to judge someone their worst day and do you see a pattern here and that's why again again. I think a lot of folks back home said No. We know who you are and this is not consistent with who you are that twelve. We can send you back to comes. Mark Sanford is the former governor of South Carolina and a two thousand twenty Republican candidate for President Governor Sanford. Thanks for being with us on the takeaway. Pleasure lows tonight down into the eighties low nineties. Ridge dorm drop to three feet of snow in the mountains is leading up now still some lingering light snow showers now as we take look at tonight. It's looking great. We're in the eighties now eighty seven at six PM eighty two at eight sound familiar local TV weather broadcasters or some of the most trusted people all in media we rely on them during hurricanes and snowstorms but also to tell us if we need an umbrella before heading to the office or what the weekend weather has in store but as the effects of climate change grow in our weather becomes more extreme some local weather forecasts are also sounding more like this we are talking about the warmest temperatures in the spring seasons getting warmer and warmer by the year in fact this is the latest from climate central and analyze the data since nineteen seventy and a warming. I mean by as much as five and a half degrees climate change is real folks and is being caused by the increase in carbon dioxide and methane in our atmosphere that was Amber Sullivan's lands chief meteorologist for ABC Fifteen News and Phoenix and Mike Nelson chief meteorologist at Denver seven and they're part of a small but growing number of meteorologists were addressing climate change during their local weather broadcasts an amber. Mike join me now. Welcome to the takeaway. Thank you. Thank you nice to be with you so amber. Let's start with you. When did you first start talking about climate change during your weather forecasts. It was back in twenty thirteen. it was right after I had my daughter my second child and I was seeing the changes that were happening in my hometown of Phoenix and just becoming more sensitive to what life would look like in the decades ahead from my kids and Mike what about you similar story except a I'm a little older than amber so it was with the birth of my first grandchild in two thousand twelve and Mike Mike what are some of the ways that you incorporate climate change into what can sometimes be a short spot during the news that is one of the challenges we have is oftentimes. Sometimes you get a two and a half to three minute window to talk about everything. So how do you slide. Climate Change in. There and it's actually not as difficult as you might think. If you know that your producer has a story leading into whether that may be as about the.

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