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"university tennessee" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:12 min | 2 months ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Get your number one choice. And and that's worked out to florida's favor Dan mullen has that program coming at a high level. And i think you know. Tennessee is where it is because it miss on. Dan mullen in twenty seventeen and i think. There's a pretty sizable gap between those programs. Right now and i think that was reflected on the scoreboard. But i do think. I was surprised that that tennessee was in that game as much as they were. You know through one half on saturday so as much as you you you look for silver silver lining in twenty four point loss. I think it is tennessee. Has missouri this weekend And of course. Many more tough games after that south carolina and ole miss before they Get to alabama a wake. You also wrote about a decision that we've heard about here several times and every time i think about what you wrote about it it becomes even more annoying. I don't want to upstage your column and your thoughts. But it was tennessee's decision to cancel the army game in the future and replace it with akron. It's it seemed like the the spin coming out of big orange country was hey we we were just. We were just cleaning up from what phil former in jeremy pruitt had tried to do but ultimately the new athletic director just signed off on it. But what what have you learned about that. That's correct ball. Is tennessee officials say that this process started under under jeremy proof hill former that they wanted to get out of this this game against army but it was eighty danny whites who signed off on the paperwork to cancel this game And it was eighty danny white Who signed to bring akron in in place of army In that september day. And as i wrote about in in a column This doesn't sit well with me for a number of factors. I think right off the bat. You have the congressional medal of honor society convention occurring in knoxville tennessee that september week next year And the medal of honor is the highest military award for valor. You can receive in our country. There are only sixty nine living medal of honor recipients Right now and i mean these are true american heroes. They were set to be honored in that game against army Mixed september tennessee cancelled. They had a chance to welcome army Into the stadium with army general robert milnes name on its Someone who served in two world wars robert neyland had his head. Coaching career at tennessee twice interrupted by military service. Furthermore tennessee's army. Rotc has a rich history at the university until the nineteen sixties Rotc participation was compulsory at the university of tennessee as it was at many many universities tennessee's and military program rotc program predates any other military program At a state university Nationwide and i think this medal of honor situation you know that. They had a chance to honor medal of honor recipients inside neyland stadium against army with army and the building and they cancelled them. They duck them. They chickened out playing army because they thought they'd lose. They brought in one of the worst teams in sec football or excuse me fbi football akron to replace him in an effort to try to make a bowl game and josh hypol- second season they wanna play armies triple option. They wanna get cut blocks And so they cancelled army And now sure will With tennessee honor those medal of honor recipients against akron. I'm sure they would. But i don't think that's quite the same doing it. A game where we're armies building and blake. I thought of all the things you pointed out. In the medal of honor thing was the clincher for anyone who was on the fence but you ended your column talking about any knowledgeable. Tennessee fan understands to be the the holy grail of tennessee. Football and those are the maximums of general kneeland Finish that part of the story for us. You know you look at g. General kneeland maxims. And they're they're so often quoted around tennessee football. You can't get through a week without hearing someone General new ones maxims well. His seventh maxim states carry the fight to our opponent and keep it there for sixty minutes. Well there was no fight in this decision. I don't think there was any honor In in this decision to the contrary This was tennessee. Chickening out of playing a team that it was worried would beat it Team it thought was worried would give trouble with. Its triple option. Offense insists. Tennessee didn't they didn't want to show any fight in this decision. Or at least it's it's it's administration. I'm not gonna put this on on the players in the program. They had they had nothing to do with this. But in terms of the administration No i don't think they. I don't think they were thinking about the name on the on the stadium. I don't think they were thinking about the maxims. And i don't think they were thinking about the optics That come with canceling a game against army in knoxville tennessee Mean there's nothing. Nobody can add anything to what you've said. I mean this any aspect of that but but for those who are familiar with what blake wrote about the idea blake that living congressional of congressional medal of honor winners would have been celebrated at neilan stadium. I mean it's it's really almost unconscionable to think about what this university did But no need to pile on well said thank you very much boy could so great to have you on the program. Wow you got to read what he wrote. You heard him say but When when you just lays this out the fact that they're meeting in knoxville and we're going to be honored at the.

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"university tennessee" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Music Valley on and on and on. That's one of those, you know, homes, not handcuffs, types that's trying to take over City Hall, according to Matt Mackowiak, with groups say, Boston Now the person is a member of that group homes, not handcuffs. And although this, you know it has not been confirmed, however, Holmes, not handcuffs does say that the city is criminalizing the homelessness by not allowing them to camp wherever they want. Well, that sounded like a rational, productive moment from that person right there, screaming at McKinsey. That was very, very, very productive work, but you know that That's all I got. I just drove past there coming in this morning, looked over or what? I gotta be honest with you. I want to lay on my horn heavy, but I didn't want to start a fight or something. But it right. It's really, really hard to look at. Now, Listen there in the local news. You also hear this story about the Austin Police Motor Unit. That's the motorcycles, which includes motorcycle patrols could be put on hold and well, it will be put on hold it. Part of this budget process. In a statement from the Austin Police Department, says staff reallocations ordered by the council are playing a major role in this, but the Place Association president Qian Cassidy, speaking with cave You says that has more to do with the lack of a cadet class everybody that worked school zones and there won't be anybody left to work the high speed roadway, so that's why we're calling on the governor. In the summertime before we send help, the department says the suspension of the motors units will be temporary. The officers will be reallocate it away for you know, from other departments on down the road if necessary. It's all part of this re imagining of Austin, Texas and public safety. It is 609 time for the Rush Update. The diversity Office university, Tennessee has been on a roll, they told students to avoid religious themed holiday parties like Christmas parties. They told the students to stop using pronouns like he and she so it's not to offend transgendered students. However, few of them there are it seems that nobody could stop the diversity office from enforcing this left wing claptrap. Well, some conservative lawmakers in the state had enough. They offered a bill to strip the diversity office of half a million dollars money without operating funds. University office radicals might get the hint they've gone too far. These conservative lawmakers operated out of intelligence guided by experience. They knew that whenever funds are cut liberals raises think so. As lawmakers cut the $500 million for me Diversity office. They redirected the money into scholarships for minority students. In addition to reining in the out of control Diversity department, these conservative legislators also took care of something else. In recent years, students at the University of held an annual sex week, but you can guess what that's all about, so the bill bans the university from spending any money promoting sex week. By not signing or vetoing legislation. Tennessee's Republican governor bill Hands, Lem allowed the bill to become law last Friday. There's a lesson here for Republicans in Congress use the power of the purse, deny the left the money. It works when you try it. Do you want to invest in cash flowing real estate without all the.

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"university tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:03 min | 7 months ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Use cracker crumbs instead of Ah flower. This is not the first time of her district but no, No, no, don't don't. No, no. Why can't you do here's the deal. You're making notes on this, Do you? A skillet? Just do a couple pieces like that and try. This is your tryout tonight anyway. Saltine crackers. Yes, sir. Okay. Yeah. Just go get you a box of saltines and break him up yourself. How small. In a little bitty crimes. It doesn't matter. I mean, I wouldn't make it out her butt. You know, smaller pieces, but a little bigger than, uh, You know you don't want to the finest flower. And it just makes it a lot more crispy. I'm gonna do you play the fiddle. But then you play a little doesn't know how to play the fiddle. No, sir. I just work there this weekend. Oh, did you really Did well, there you go. See Fiddle Festival this weekend House, the world famous site Orange hosts the bass masters. You know, the national bass tournament happens in Orange, Texas, that what didn't happen when I was growing up? Mm. One other little bit of Orange, Texas trivia because Tracy birds from bottle which is still Orange County, so he gets to be from orange. Is Bill Dance. Only ever had three people on his show. It was the bill dance Show. It wasn't Bill dance. And guess it was the bill Dance show you got his university, Tennessee baseball cap and him fishing and talking. That and promote lures. It was the bill dance show, not anybody else He only ever had three guests on their one almost Tracy Byrd. Take that to the bank. Yeah, That's lifestyles of the not so rich and famous Jason in Magnolia. Go ahead bubble, no recipe and I'll try to get through this without getting choked up. But I'm not doing too good so far, but In 1965, My dad who passed away three months ago uprooted the family. I wasn't born yet from Barker Road and 45 know where that is, and moved him to cut shoot. And my brother got a job. Tinsley's If you remember 10, please. Do you say this Jason? I was literally during that last call when he was talking about nice, chunky, crispy. Fried chicken. Was literally going to tell that the best fried chicken I ever had in my life was when tens lease came toe orange and right off the circle for people that know it right off the circle. Whatever that road is that you come into the circle if you come in from From Coming from Mac Lewis and in Orangeville in that area, right there, across from the old Sussex Manor Apartments. Which is where Wade Phillips live. When he coached there. There was there was basking Robbins and which became a Mazzola insurance and across the street. From that there was a little strip center and there was a king Savor that my brother worked at And I think there's now a console A. But in there there was a standalone building and tens. Lee's brought a fried chicken restaurant in there. It was the best butter rolls I've ever eaten in my life piping hot and they're chicken was the best chicken, and I think they only have the one in Huntsville left. But apparently at one point and I'll let you tell your story. We were talking about Tinsley's one time several years ago, Apparently at one point, the owner had a little twin prop. He would fly around because they had quite a few locations 11 and he would fly around to his locations in his little twin prop, and it had the Tinsley's bird on the side of that was a good bird. That was a good fried chicken. But anyway, your dad went to work there. Go ahead. Did you put him now? He hit his mute button. Oh, my God. His dad would be so disappointed his whole career being discussed and thought about that I'm still here. Yeah. You hit the mute button, didn't you? Yeah, my cheek. Come get it on the phone, anyway. Brother goes to work to tend to leave. Comes home one day and says Dad. Who had been a cook in the Navy. We could do this, and so Dad became chicken Westley, and he opened four locations. He had one and Livingston one in Cleveland, one importer. And one and Granger land if you can believe that, and they were called Westley's fried chicken And that I was born during that era. So I was raised in the back of the chicken restaurant. They had little chicken box with a blanket in it. That was my crib, and I grew up just literally weaned on fried chicken and Yeah, those Kinsley's role They're so good, Michael. We used to take those and send them to Hawaii to my brother, who was over there serving this two year mission for the LDS Church. You would need Daddy's gotta have some Tinsley's rolls and we box them up and ship them to Hawaii. We're Mormons making fried chicken. Yeah, we had fascinated beverages in the soda fountain. That's right, huh? Oh, my God will smite that joint. I know. I know. Anyway. Enjoy yourself. Thank you, Michael. You got it with that? That's a good story. Ryan in silly. What makes your special go ahead, but Yes,.

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"university tennessee" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

Scoops with Danny Mac

06:35 min | 7 months ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac

"That he brought to a jackson state university tennessee state followed up with with eddie george and I think bring a lot of positive attention. It is really good. Football at these You colleges so. I think it's a situation exactly how you said I think marshall is trying to figure out if this is a you know a move that he could swallow no he had some conversations with my marks. He told me last night that he intends to talk to coach meal and some of his former or a college coaches. But you know. And i told him. I'd say hey you're just gonna have to you know commit yourself to it and that's the way marshall is anything he does. He commits himself. So i think he's weighing his options right now seeing that big If he put the golf clubs down. And i always joke with him because that's another situation where he was the worst opera ever seen in my life and he didn't like them he committed. Now he's one of the better golfers out there so if he decides this is something he wants to do he'll be good. I think you know. And i saw your your post. You talk about him. Being you know football guy. He's he's probably one of the more knowledgeable football guys. I've ever been allowed yet. I have no doubt and we all joke about having to give up golf but to your point. Here's a guy who had a stutter. Who became rochester. Who jerry clinton. I think made fun of his golf game and then marched At pissed off bought clubs and got really good if he does this I don't think he's gonna half asset. I think he's going to be intense Think he's got a lot to give to. I think the kids would. I think he'd be good at it. I don't know if he wants to do it. I got this feeling if he does it because he always had a great take on everything. And as i said no frigging tell you his opinion. He'll tell me how wrong. I am not wrong. You are but i think he might be good at. I think he look. I think in a he has equality to evaluate talent better than most. I mean i personally. I think that you know he'd be perfect to run an nfl team. Because i think he's got some really good qualities as far as evaluating talent. Which is you know really. I would say sixty to seventy five percent of the nfl if you do a really good job of evaluating talent in new. Can you know hit more picks than you miss on and you'll some of the right. Coaching staff I think that's that's the successful team. But i think with marshes ability to evaluate guys. I think he'd be perfect because it's a lot easier to coach a kid. That's a good. That's a good player than than the opposite than then the contrary so a lot of these teams you know say. Hey this coaches this coaches The best coach in. Nfl coach is not good. I think it starts with the talent. Those because i think you could coach a bunch of the guys that played for rams when they had the greatest. Your s now. To knock on mike martz dick meal. But it's just a lot easier to put guys in situation to be successful. You have better players. And i think that's the situation with alabama. I have a lot of respect. The nick sabin but he signs more five star guys than any other universities so think he showed win national championships at the pacers. When aren't final thought. Give me a draft a memory where you felt like everybody's wrong about your guy. They didn't take early enough. Maybe slipped into the middle rounds or you ever have draft day like man. Everybody's gonna regret skip it on my guy or they're all pass not on. They're going to eat it later. I think it was the sandy. Marsha was drafted in the first round We had a receiver that lately with marshall at san diego state. Darnay scott I was thinking. Darnay would be mid first round pick in at work cincinnati so hard to big marshall with the first fit I didn't realize they were watching more film on his team at san diego state than a bid on him because they had already made up their mind on dan wilkinson so i would say it's dr night. He didn't go in the first round. He wound up being the first in the second round to cincinnati in a had a really really good career with them. So i would think that's one One of my members a saint louis. Kit will franklin's uncle. If i'm not mistaken darnay snap i think number a great career. Over four hundred receptions of the bengals will rocky good to catch up. Good luck jomar chase. Maybe we'll catch up with him after draft and enjoy the night cleveland. Thank you always a pleasure man. Well i really loved. Hearing those stories about the stephen jackson pick Also the fact. That marshall faulk goes to the colts number two overall and they had no clue that they were taking him that the agent and the player had no clue. The team was about to make that pick. I don't think that happens anymore. With all the social media and the amount of coverage might have pre-draft coverage that takes place but fascinating story. And i am also intrigued by this marshall possibly becoming a football coach and gets back in the game who knows maybe ends up back in an nfl front office. I'm not sure if it will happen to put the clubs down. I joked about it rocky. Joked about it He loves to golf and doesn't need to do it but i think it might be a challenge. He's a guy who likes a challenge so it will keep close tabs on that as well kilcoyne conversation. You can always find at scoops. With danny mac dot com. All of a regular segments are posted on dan. mclachlan's website but also make sure you subscribe spotify. I tunes wherever you get your podcast. 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"university tennessee" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Today about 1000 suppliers have come to Tennessee. So we've had a serious of Republican and Democratic governors who worked together handed off opportunities and states family incomes have gone straight up as a result of the arrival of the auto industry. You said being governors like Moses being a senator's like parade coordinators. So what is it like being a Cabinet? Secretary Education secretary. That's a good question. Hurry air she's paying radio programming from Friday. Really depends on your president. I haven't haven't really good. I mean, George H. W. Bush. Bob Teeter, who was his campaign manager, once said he may have been the only person ever elected president. Because he was nice, but he was also modest and courageous. And so he allowed me to develop what we called America 2000. When he called me to take the job. I was President of University, Tennessee. So I have to president two questions. Mr President, 1. May I develop a plan to implement your education program subject to your approval? He said. Yes. So then may I recruit a team to implement the plan? Subject to your approval? He said Yes. And that way, I was able to circumvent the political operation of the White House who recruit whom I wanted. So I got David Kearns, former head of Xerox to be the deputy press secretary, Deputy education secretary. And so President Bush was great toe work for because he gave me a lot of latitude. He delegated very well. And he and Barbara both participated in the things we were doing. Which role did have you liked the best? All the governor, you answered that very quickly. Well, I did. Most people will have had that. Privilege I like you. Can you can you can see the results? I mean, if you recruit in these time plant it shows up or if you create a governor School for teachers of writing, which I did at University of Tennessee, I can talk with the teachers. And if you have three big road programs, and you persuade Republican legislators all the vote for the tax increase So you'll have zero debt. You could drive on the roads so you can see the impact now. That doesn't diminish any of these other opportunities I've had. I mean, it's senator. I can work on bigger issues. I mean, fixing no child left behind effects. 15 million Children in 100,000 public schools, and this year, this remarkable vaccine development that we've seen in our country. I think we Take it for granted. We're doing an eight months what usually takes eight years? Ah, lot of the work on our 21st century cures helped with that who have been your political mentors over the years? And why? Well, my parents to start with who taught me to respect public service. My dad took me to the courthouse to meet our congressman when I was 10. And I, I thought I'd probably met the most respected man I was ever likely to meet other than my dad and the pressure. But the three others were Judge John Minor wisdom in New Orleans of Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals judge who had ordered James MEREDITH to be admitted. Oh, Miss. I learned a lot from him. He had a Republican politician in Louisiana. One time he carried a gun to go against Huey long and necessary, So I learned from him. To Howard Baker, whose campaign volunteered for 1966. And he taught me so so much about Being an eloquent listener. I heard his father in law, Senator Dirksen say to him. After his two long maiden speech on the Senate floor, he said Howard occasionally you might enjoy the luxury of an unexpressed thought. So that's good advice. So I learned and then third, Bryce Harlow, who singlehandedly gave lie being a good name, and he was President Eisenhower's favorite staff member. He was in charge of congressional relations. Then he was President Nixon's first appointee, and I was lucky enough to be his executive assistant, really aid Sitting there with him listening to him, take phone calls from congressmen and senators and watching how he did it and how they reacted and so, judge wisdom. Howard Baker Bryce Harlow gave me a P H. D. Government in politics. How? What? You're on your last example..

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"university tennessee" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On the right. A 93 W Weekend. Masha with chicks on. Hopefully, you heard in an earlier segment from a couple of segments ago. Our guest Alvin Louie, talking about his reasoning for coming from California to Indiana. Four schools, hoping to avoid this indoctrination that's happening across the country with our young kids, and we've got another example of the kind of indoctrination that's taking place at the university level, and it comes straight from right here in Indianapolis at Butler University, because now at Butler, incoming and future students coming into Butler University have to take a social justice and diversity. Class. It is now part of the core curriculum, and it is a requirement. Can you even? Yeah. I mean, I believe this. It's infiltrating all the schools, right? And I don't see how. I don't see why butler. Any of the universities around here would be an exception. Right? Just you hope that they will. I mean, listen, if somebody wants to take it, whatever be my guest requirements other's private right? Yeah, yeah. I mean, this is crazy, and we have university Butler University language professor Terri Kearney to thank for this nonsense. Terry proposed the idea of this being a requirement. Back in 2015. It was rejected by their counsel at the time. She tried again two years later in 2017, and this time it was accepted, And since then the faculty's been planning out how they're going to implement it. And so now it's happening. And so that so what You learn in your required Social justice class is you will learn first of all, to recognize multiple and intersecting dimensions of identity and inequity through the study of critical scholarship on the historical, cultural, political and or social experiences of marginalized communities. Okay, so there is AH BU College Republicans, remember why it I think it's a Brummett. He said. This is a bad addition to the existing list of required courses. This is a direct quote. I came to this university to get a college education not to be forced to listen to people talk about social justice and diversity. But by all means, If there is someone genuinely interested in the subject, then they should have it available to the absolute But to make it required is his crap. It is crapping especially because the second thing that you're going to learn if you if you're forced to take the class, which you will be if you didn't. If you attend Butler, you will identify and explain. The causes and impact of privilege, power and oppression and cultivate tools for overcoming conflict and promoting equality. And you will recognize and critique local, national and global conditions that enable perpetuate and challenge social injustice and inequities. Total indoctrination. Of course it'd do you remember when I would You remember this too? And we both went to college and you went to university, Kansas? I went to university, Tennessee for undergrad. I don't remember having to do any required anything except for what was in my course of study. Well, they're prerequisites right before a major, but the actual hard top, But those were like algebra, algebra exam, like in clash and stuff like that. I mean, they were this It just But then you got to take, you know, just you just had to take required coursework. That was coursework that was relevant to your course of study. That's it. I mean, and then you paid for that. But the fact that like people have to take this and they have to pay for it. I'm assuming yeah. That is. You can't take other stuff without taking this. Yeah, this I mean, that socks head sucks. Yeah, And then just like I'm embarrassed for Butler. Yeah, I am too. Is that Wow And I'm sure that they're not anywhere near to being alone. I'm sure lots and lots of colleges and universities are making this a requirement. They're gonna follow suit. This is going to become the thing now. What a waste. What a waste of a of a of a class period that you could take learning something of actual value only and pen parents and you know, students wonder why universities are so damn expensive now. This is one of the reason jaw because somebody has to teach this His eminence diversity staff. They have departments for it Now. You don't think that cost money? Well in a lot of times, the administrators that air diversity are inclusion. Administrators make more money than anybody else, right? It's raising its crazy as so unnecessary and such a bunch of bull crap. Yeah, and I'm sure it's incredibly one sided to because you can't have a social justice class that presents a conservative conservative you not R. That's just that's not even a thing. Not at all weekend.

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Brazil's Environmentalists Worry Fire Season Will Worsen Amazon's Deforestation

Environment: NPR

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Brazil's Environmentalists Worry Fire Season Will Worsen Amazon's Deforestation

"A year ago, there was an international outcry over his surge in the number of fires in the Brazilian Amazon. Now, as fire season gets underway there, the rainforest is facing the threat of even more destruction in the first ten days of this month more than ten thousand fires were detected NPR's Philip. Reeve says that number's up from last year? Fosse's in the Amazon is off to a terrible start. Brazil's environmentalists worried it's president is not thoroughfares starting. Yard Four. Judah. Story that Amazon is going up in flames is alive says Boston. We must combat this with true numbers. He says, the numbers that Boston auto dismisses the Lai come from satellite data collected by Brazil's space research agency. These show fires in the first ten days of this month are up on the same time last year by seventeen percent. There's also plenty of evidence on the ground them European neo a scenario. Dave. Dave still being. Bunch English Niche Flavio Terracini lives in Porta value a city in the Amazon state of from Bonia he teaches biology local university Tennessee on his porch when NPR reaches him by WHATSAPP, all signal and the key advice you fall off came on the forest, the Muslim. He says, he's holding pieces of burned leaves in his hand drifted in from the forest. He can see a lot of smoke on the horizon. He says, it's making the some red here in on a pool. There are fires all around us ash is falling in our homes or Richard Doug, every year Jane Dwyer is an American born Catholic nun who's taken Brazilian nationality. On Apu is a small town in the forest by a river that eventually flows into the Amazon. She's been there for decades helping impoverished farmers protect their land rights. Sister Dwyer says, the fires there haven't yet reached frightening levels but what is frightening is that the forest is coming now she's talking about illegal loggers even pandemic that cutting down trees dwyer says, she can hear them. We can hear it. We live where where the road is they take down in during the day and at night, the trucks are going every single night last August was the worst month for five is in the Brazilian Amazon in nearly a decade. Many of these are deliberately set by farmers clearing already deforested land for cattle. Deforestation rose in the twelve months to July third on the year before. So this Moorland to burn. International pressure on both NATO is growing foreign investors a threatening to pull funds from Brazil unless he does a far better job of protecting the forest most scenario is defending his government's performance Nasi you. And? We're doing a tremendous amount. He says. He punched to the fact that deforestation dipped for the month of July in May Boston narrow sent thousands of troops to the forest to help police it. It's too soon to save. That's making a difference since taking office Bolsonaro has weakened government environmental protection agencies. And the Alan Carr of the Amazon Environmental Research Institute believes the army lacks the expertise to protect the Amazon. We have institutions that have been dealing with the have a strategy to that. So when you give that job to another institution, it seems like it has to start everything again with the willed focused on the corona virus pandemic environmentalists fair the destruction in the Amazon won't get the attention. It deserves sister Jane thinks in her part of the forest this year it'll be even worse areas where there's more far coming down this year than last. So the fires will be worse put breeze NPR news reddish

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Ram, Salisbury clinch men's doubles title in Melbourne

The Tennis Podcast

03:21 min | 1 year ago

Ram, Salisbury clinch men's doubles title in Melbourne

"The doubles final. Men's doubles final. Won by Britain's Joe Salisbury and America's Ranchi Ram and. It was their first. Is the first ever slam for Joe Spur. Who played brilliantly today? And Reggie Fram. I didn't realize this. She study five years of age. He'd never want amendable slam either. He'd WanNa mixed doubles slam last year. What a moment for him? It was something like his fifty eighth. Men's Grand Slam tournament something like that fifty six or fifty eight thirty fine. He got his first one and for it's one of those partnerships switch has massively worked out for both of them. I mean Joe Souls you know not many people knew about each other souls bree eighteen months ago and now he's a grand slam champion. Ram has helped him get over the line and they were. I mean they were the seeded team. They're up against a inexperience this path and they showed their class in that in that match. They were the number of points they created in men's doubles where served dominates was extraordinary. They were so good on. Return and Joe Salisbury. In particular felt like the best buy on the call he was. He was fantastic and he's now put himself in a position to about the Olympics to to be at the Olympics and choice the partner. He's this puts him up to four in in the world and if he's top ten executive Olympics he gets to select his partner and he was asked by by Russell Fuller on the BBC explicitly. They would you like to play with Andy Murray and he said Yeah. I thought it'd be super cool and I'd love that which I mean tough on for Jamie. Murray very tough on but I mean amazing for diesels breed and Rajiv Ram mm-hmm island today used to be coached by Australian tournament director. Craig toilet would you believe I'm you this because when when when he said that unquote that it reminded me. I remember being in the tournament in Qatar in two thousand two when I met Craig Tully Abner Mason. Before he was an aid. Come over I think to sort of run. Some some sort of Kemp's training camps and I got into and I actually Santamaria Good Company. Really really good start to way before his tennis Australia days and he he used to be the head coach or captain of the Illinois University Tennessee he was. He was doing that for about ten years and he ran the whole program at telenor. University and on his team was Rajiv. Ram Delic remember him and he told me about those two and it was one of those where you know somebody tells you about players whose or coming up poor. Who's a college? I remember writing these down on a piece of Bay right. I'm going to look out for these guys you know and see what like What he's like? Mike is a man with a served. That's a carbon copy. If Pete Sampras yes I love it when that happened down to what he does is with his left foot ticks. Yeah it's extraordinary

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"university tennessee" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"Has Cassettes on credible watch unfold over the years. Yeah it's amazing and Looking forward talking about that. We'll spend a lot of time talking about that today but I wanted to start with with this question. I I always I find the answer to this question fascinating For military guys and can west start with you and we talked about this before we did a podcast by two years ago. Now we had a lot of these conversations conversations but Give us your history a little bit and then you know through that. What motivated you to go into military really devote yourself to a life of service to our country? Roger Wells very simple My Dad was a corporal United States arm in World War Two He was a logistician there because they weren't allowing blacks to be in combat unit at the time but he started out in North Africa. Sicily in Italy was wounded there in Italy. My older brother was a marine. And Charlie I twenty six their case on wounded he was a combat infantryman and at the age of fifteen. My Dad challenged me to be the first officer concern our family and That was an incredible thing because him being a corporal nodar brother being a lance corporal and he just believed that there was no great honor than to wear the a uniform the United States of America and that came from a man that at the time where he wore the uniform. This country didn't afford him all the same rights and privileges and just a a a a true measure of his godly humility. His character and his honor they here would say that to to his middle son. Yeah so I went through high school junior. ROTC there in Atlanta and then went to university. Tennessee and was commissioned thirty one July nineteen eighty two. And there he was on my right shoulder. My mom on my left shoulder. Mom was a civilian employee for the Sixth Marine Corps district headquarters in Atlanta so I almost became marine. Also a lot. aww.

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"university tennessee" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:30 min | 2 years ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"IBC on October third at the Indiana Historical Society. back at at three o'clock this afternoon the Democrats are ready for. maybe we'll get into it ninety three. these arise things were tearing ourselves apart. she was on a whole bunch of morning shows this morning because I caught over there. with with on fox and friends. and I noticed she was on and and okay baseball player red Sox secure member's name. Damon. no no I can't remember his name he wasn't Johnny was Johnny Damon and out and ride rob Gronkowski was on the show. and I thought Gronkowski was trying to audition Tony Katz Tony Katz today. eight three three got Tony Facebook Tony Katz radio Twitter Instagram twenty cats follow me there are like me there I appreciate it I really did I thought that's what he was auditioning for. but she was on the show was Condoleezza Rice former secretary of state. worried that we're tearing about ourselves. now what she referred to as the four horsemen of the apocalypse in American foreign policy populism nativism isolationism and protectionism. well that was that was very very clearly about president trump. I would argue and I would say this to secretary rice. is it a you know. if you were here. I don't see the isolationism. at all. I would argue that populism Israel. I would have a debate on protectionism and I'd like a definition on native is. right there are things we agree with things we disagree with and places for for I just making sure we have an understanding of each other. on these things. but it's interesting this idea of tearing ourselves apart. because I discussing this yesterday that when I'm. what I'm seeing you know I I used to say you know what we see is the topline what we see in terms of the anger the vigils people on social media but it's not really with your neighbor it's a little with her neighbor these days. it's absolutely unless it's total madness not gonna help anybody your life is a better because everybody so angry all the time. and it's why when things like the university of Tennessee story come up that people so gravitate to it. the university of Tennessee story I'm paraphrasing this here so correct me if I'm wrong. there's a kid in Florida. who was going to school in your search for your favorite college team sure something like that and he didn't have a university of Tennessee shirts so we design one himself like a middle schooler think yes it is not only he drew it on a piece of paper than like like to was are insured I didn't have a shirt so I made my own. in some kids maybe older kids whatever made fun of bullied him as they say I don't think was specifically bullying but neither here nor there. the teacher took some photos and posted on Facebook well off its bread and spread to the university of Tennessee where they sought they said well that's cool they sent the kid a whole bunch of people send all over sent sent Emma swag university Tennessee swag university Tennessee said that logo we're using it and they created that logo as officially licensed merchandise for the university of Tennessee they sold sixteen thousand shirts we sold out. they don't have it all up in places people have drawn this logo is kidding you in tea and then scribbled inside of it and it it's actually pretty cool. it really is pretty cool looking. and dive ma'am I'm sure we're going to hear about this can get a you know he has the grades a free ride university Tennessee whatever the case may be people have jumped on the story why. because they want to be part of something better than themselves. they want to be a part of something bigger than themselves I'd spoken about this a little bit earlier. on my morning show and I thought it interesting and then on Twitter. Laura Buckner. on Twitter quoted me people want to be part of something uplifting they don't want to be against something and she continued by saying nonprofit communications one a one on my way to work courtesy of Tony cats. I was like yeah I guess. what I'm saying is is anything new. I don't think I invented something what when I said it just it just happens to be true. people want to be part of something they don't want to know what your games they want to know what your for. what I do show. I only hope that I'm putting forth what I'm for which is about you being able to live in me being able to live life as we see fit I've often described capitals. capitalism is a for one man's definition regardless of that it's it's a monetary system whatever however you inscribe. capitalism is the opportunity to live your life. as you see fit to the moment of your happiness without the concept of acceptance. the idea of of of of of a life well lived as I see it is you being able to do what it is you want to do where you don't hurt other people and success is based on your values and your desires somebody out there wants to be the CEO of a bio medical company and someone out there wants to teach ski lessons who am I to decide which one is more successful if one is the CEO and one teaches the ski lessons if one has the nine bedroom seventeen thousand square foot house and the other lives in a studio in Vail. my to make this call. I don't want to make this call and I don't want to call made for me without the concept of acceptance refers to the basic idea that the choices and the decisions are yours and what other people feel the way they want to feel. that isn't about creating a lawless society and it isn't about creating a society without standards and values standards and values matter. right well you should choose to do with your life I don't think other people should get in the way. I don't think other people should be able to to bother you for. but when you live in a world that is as negative as weeks seem to be in. it's it's a minute maybe it is just that maybe it is just a basic reminder. so in that in that kind of spirit it is not lost on me. that today is world suicide prevention day in its suicide prevention month I mention this because as I've mentioned before you may not know this I Spens mom the most part of my twenties I take that back I spent the entirety of my twenties in different levels of depression and suicidal. it's just what happens. I didn't I didn't plan for it I didn't want it I didn't ask for. but it was it's clear and as I go back in my own history my teenage days it was clear was there too. and it was clear that it was there in my thirties but I was aware of it and slow we worked my way out of it. the constant. however of anger and hatred and vitriol and let me just say it's not just a question of a person a person it is the idea of topics it's it's the people who ARE woke are truly all four there's a reason they should be pushed aside because there's never anything that's good everything is evil the foundation of the country is evil the people who founded the country are evil this is Bernie Sanders at a rally just this past week wondering who's I want to.

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"university tennessee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"To the business we're showing we've been talking it's not about the small business when I was a smart way to say it thank you the lord have mercy yes bless your heart one thing one thing I did want talk about which I try to talk about all this segment along with that only I don't mind cast sometimes it's you're a little bit of rope well in our agreement hi I make more under Hey Donna paper no see what's written on there not the door just lose a panel of the a contractor I will talk about business failures there were always talking about how often they fail and and different things and there's there's a new study that was come out in his got to be probably the closest thing to be in the truth there will ever be because it comes from university Tennessee how long it's a study yeah within the first year fifty percent of small businesses fail within five years ninety five percent ninety five percent of of course it's been a I'm sure they probably you know Poland and did the study in the last you know five years in the last five years there's been some tough tough years yeah I'm sure there's like other things that go into that whole yeah I was mad because you want to log in or not it takes everything with twenty or less employees without like this because a lot of times you know the government standards is small business with the government is five million annual gross sales a year are far less which I think small business first place and but it was there instead of the twenty or less employees thirty seven percent.

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"university tennessee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Little bit of rope well in our agreement hi I make more Hey Donna paper and I'll see what's written on it not the Georgia southern boy I was very awesome closer lose a panel of the contractor I didn't want to talk about business failures there were always talking about how often they fail and and different things and there's there's a new study that has come out in his got to be probably the closest thing to be in the cruise I will ever be because it comes from university Tennessee how long it's a study that they did within the first year fifty percent of small businesses fail within five years ninety five percent ninety five percent of because it's been a I'm sure they probably took this you know Poland and did the study in the last you know five years at the last five years there's been some tough tough years yeah I'm sure there's like other things that go into that whole yeah I was mad because you want to log in or not it takes everything with twenty or less employees without like this because a lot of times you know the government standards is small business with the government five million annual gross sales a year or less which I think small business was placed and there there's still a twenty or less employees thirty seven percent have a survival rate in four years and nine percent have a survival rate in ten years that's interesting it's real interesting there really is so it looks like to me that is a little bit better rate with a small small business is what I'm reading so but some of the ones they really talk about in here with I will give you some examples because of one family restaurants and of course everybody you know lessons everywhere right and you know it's ones we like to go to and and eat because I usually have the best no you know usually the best for you but then also you know that the court everything is you know it's it's you know.

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"university tennessee" Discussed on GradBlogger

GradBlogger

13:03 min | 2 years ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on GradBlogger

"Podcast for helping you build an online business built a side Hustle Bill the research company build your brand in space that you want to the thorny and so that you can change the world with your work with your research with the power of that business. You're building so I'm your host Dr Chris Cloney antennas up so we have our repeat guests back on Dr Melni Bruce. We're talking about when and how to rebrand your online business not only appreciate you taking the time to come back on the show again and and talk through this process with the listeners absolutely great less left us says happy back and sharing my life with everybody you got it so we e-last Melania on the show on episode sixteen which is only two episodes ago when we were talking about using instagram a lot of great tips about how to use it what the different structure in processes are and really good interview so releasing these in the future. I'd encourage you to go back and check that out. We shared a little bit of Dr Bruce's story in there but this is actually sharing more story. I think we're talking about how when and how to rebrand your online business so that are just tuning in Dr Melanie Bruce <unk> as a p._H._d.. In consumer behavior from Southern Cross University in Australia she was a system professor of Marketing University Tennessee's. He's now moving down to Mississippi or up to Mississippi Canadian so U._S.. Geography is not that Good Speaker Small Business Marketing consultant and she started blogging as part of <unk> a core she was teaching at the professors dot com. She then moved that into a into a business that she was monetize and use it to Greg consulting gigs and speaking gigs but just in the process just recently checks rebranded to the leveraged P._H._d.. Dot Com and it's not that often that you get a big website the re brands like that we did it with my my business about a year ago. WanNa get the inside scoop on what that looks like those that are considering moving from from one brand to another so with that that is a great place to start is what led you to to wanting to rebrand your online presence. There's actually a couple of reasons why I needed felt like I needed to rebrand and the I was at my blog had really shifted in what I in the content that I was creating and the content that was the most popular resonating with people I started wellbeing about how to organize travel studies because I came to the United States and found that students he didn't travel very much in that travel study was a big pot of the college experience they have and I have a love travel and I wanted to help other academics particularly within the United States where this model is really popular however over time I realized that I was posting mole content about how to get a job in the United States as an academic because that's what people wanted to ask me while you got your degree in Australia. You grew up in Australia. How do I get a a tenure track position in America so it's not creating content around that and around personal branding and I realized that I wasn't really posting content anymore about travel L. Study and being a professor out there in the world traveling around the same time? I realized that with this new shift I now had had a direct competitor. I'm doing <unk> because they don't really competitive just somebody that's in the same sort of area in helping people in the same way that I wanted to help people and when I started to rank on her brand names when Google started sending people to my site instead of hose I decided that it was time for a change because I was encroaching on her brand that she had developed quite some time before I had so I felt like I was in her space rather than it being my own space so I wanted to create my own space and it listed wanted to change the name of my brand to be aligned aligned with what I was now now doing which was helping p._H._D.'s to leverage the hence the name the Leverage Pitch Day. I love it and I mean that's along the lines of with what we're doing and it's important message important topic of helping people with P._H._D.'s. You know get to the next level. Whatever that is for them? It's finding a <hes> an academic physician. If its findings outside of academia building a research company that's brick and mortar building online business or building a personal brand. It's aw it's all important and I do want to. I do want to comment on the competitor thing because there's so many people there so many pizzas and need help and so many so few the Roxie providing and help that I do think that it's just like you said it's not really that were competitors. I'm not the person you were talking about if I made it sound like that but it's just more of that for yourself I think the brand names quite similar so they're just leads a little bit of confusion right. Absolutely I mean marketing we talk about creating brand and you don't WanNa have confusion of love who they're talking about what the talking about and it is just so close you know she's the professor is in and I was the professor is out at the to close it was I'm GonNa be a strong brand in the future and I wanted to have a strong brand. It was important to me was what I was trying to help other people do I couldn't have for myself. It makes a lot of sense and I would encourage the the listeners to go check out. The professor is in as well. It's a she does great work on her website and on her platform platform as well but I could see that just having three letters changed the two letters could could cause some brand clashing brandon fusion so is a great kind of choice was any other reasons. That was a natural time for you. Besides you know your your focus was shifting wanted to look at a new brand that made sense to move on anything else there no particularly particularly I did have well. I guess there is actually I had a life change. I had my first child and because of that I was traveling a little bit less. <hes> no Chris recently had a a child. A load of academics have children and we do have to change up Ou- priorities in life and I was traveling a little less before I had my first child I was doing at least three trips a year with students in addition to another three or four tricks personal trips so travel is a huge part of my life. It definitely is still a big pot of my life took a small break when my son was first born but have since continued continued to but I'm just not doing six or ten trips a year anymore so I didn't have the content as well to to put out there and I do want to Isaiah missed might come up light up. Just say don't think rebranding isn't as hot as people might think it is and don't get scared to get started because you think oh what if my brand's already taken what if I figure out that I'm GonNa Change my direction in the future because you can always change it light on you can enjoy it. I'm an example of that Gregory's an example of that so yeah listen on unless let's do this together yeah and I agree. My first blog was my dust dust explosion research dot com which is a terrible name. It's hard to say it's hard to remember and changed does safety sciences now where my my industrial social safety companies that we've expanded and now we have crowd blogger which is obviously this platform. You can always change it. Don't let me say don't let stop stop you from getting started and if you are so donald bringing started carry on for a while under your first brand if you're GONNA do that don't like change six times a year. That's not gonNa January but if it's time if can tell it's time they don't wait either because it's never going to get easier to rebrand. If you wait a year or two years or whatever you may find that you're doing for other reasons. You don't want to accept that new thing to your life that you're trying to grow into and you're kind of depressing issue so that's that's the psychological allows logical side of Well my goal is to help people who are working four or who have a p._H._d.. To use the <unk> to their full potential increasingly bracingly I'm seeing that people with P._H._D.'s cont get hired that this traditional route of going into academia isn't possible because there's just too many p._H._D.'s. It's too competitive. You can have a great list of publications. You can be researching really well. You can be a fantastic teacher doing all this service and you still can't get a position so my goal is to help P._H._D.'s Eva get an academic position edition or if they already have academic position sell that book that they're riding or be booked and paid to speak to consult bolt so p._H._D.'s are experts. We have a really bad name. We we don't have a good brand we we aren't seen as people that can do industry research well oil that can do consulting because we've seen Israeli theoretical and so by building your brand you can build your authority and become known as the experts in a particular area and I think Chris you're really great example of this. We look at your desk seclusion business and your wall gang and how you've you've created yourself as authority in that field in a field that type of thing didn't really exist before so on my blog I have heaps of Free Resources Mrs on establishing and developing pesto brand. I do a lot on social media because that is I believe it's a great way for you to build your your authority new brand. It's a very cheap way of doing it. It's take some time and you can definitely be strategic about that. So I have things is on there about what type of Hashtags you can use a what platform that you should be on end also have a coal so for those people who really want to invest Aston themselves there is I do have content that you can obviously pay for but I really WanNa help as many people as possible so lots of free content on my blog or you can leverage average P._H._d.. Use It to the full extent and that can be from when you starting your H._d.. When you still in school still studying to even if you're you've been out fat ten or twenty years you can still <unk> your I love it and it's obvious the <unk> success you've had through the you know your career with with starting outing with professors out the other busy? Doing we talked a bit about this and in episode sixteen but consulting speaking some sort of passive income models courses nurses on leverage P._H._d.. I mean there's a lot of steps involved. I guess in one on one hand but in my mind it's so open and available to to ninety five percent of P.. C. The students if you're like me chances are you're an obtuse area of the world. Minus is not even all explosions and Industry the only ones containing small particulate matter and mostly William notion what that means but let's sugar duster coal dust or whatever but if you're really obtuse you're probably going to be the first <unk> person ever to write about it. Online say you're probably going to be the first person to write about it online ever what an opportunity if you're willing to put yourself <unk> out there and start to grow personal brandon and things like leverage p._H._d.. And other groups. I'm ready to help lift those people up because there's there's some scary steps. None are particularly higher but a lot of them are are really scary and riddled with usher syndrome but this one encourage people you can do it and say yeah. I definitely check with the leverage P._H._d.. To help you get down along the <music> as well Chris. I also want to encourage people who think that they're on the opposite end of the spectrum as well because I'm in marketing if you go online and look for a marketing marketing expert there's a lot of us because we know how to market ourselves and so I have. I don't talk a lot about it too much. I try to just just to give examples but I don't want to talk about myself too much on my on my side but I have a business I consult with companies in marketing and I've established my personal brand as a marketing expert as well particularly looking and helping eco-businesses Stott up there and launching their products and and so you can do it if you <hes> extremely juice and detailed and ride in some area that you think nobody else is doing right now amazing opportunities but but even if there is already a lot of people out there doing this you can leverage you have a p._H._d.. which a lot of people in your area don't have very very very few? It'd be my be my guess now. It's really great point so the kind of goal here was a see saw I rebranded from my desperation. Research Dot com slash safety science dot Com <hes> dosage science dot Com rebranded from the professors out to the leverage P._H._d...

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"university tennessee" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

"Which is huge and Winston we had we known this ever since we first got married, when we first picked out our first thing of furniture like we agree. We disagree on a lot of things. That's like our dial and stuff is so good. So, like, for us, it's not a big deal, like we dislike we've, I mean, it really has it some people, it's like, oh, they want to Kelly these conversations. That's right. Yes. Yes. How long have you guys been together? We start dating college. Oh key. It's university. Tennessee go balls. Of. So it'll be ten years in December. Oh, that's so nice. It's crazy. Oh, that's great married young to this fine. Now is great. Oh, yeah. So I'm going to have kids already, right? Yes. So we, we got those out fest, I have two girls. Yes. A four year old and a two year old baby. Boy, boy, I know thought my gosh. I thought it was another girl Caitlin, which was I was great because all right? Everyone kids, whatever happens. It's great. Of course. Now's like Disney princesses. It's just gonna be our thing like we're going to be differences family and like late. We're gonna have all girls. And so they don't. Oh, that is so exciting. So floored so yes, so he'll come in October. So they're all about two years apart. So we're and then we're done and all right. Is it we got it? Three kids sounds so I mean I used to always want five. Oh, yeah, but, you know, I'm, I'm going to be thirty four next month and I would have to be getting to work quick here. But three to me just sounds so a lot of work. I'm sure no. Yeah, but sounds so nine oh we'll like the two girls. I don't know this. Unwired. I'm like they're great. And it's fun. But I was like Winston it just feels. So like predictable are I just like an element of crazy and was like code alert kid, just like adds to it. And I'm like, that's kind of what I want a great mindset. Just off with the fact that we work in travel, and like do all of it. So we're trying to lot I do for my job. Yeah. I mean not a ton. I cut back. Once I had the first the first baby. Okay. So I'm always looking for more ways to give vegetables into my diet. I know a lot of people make green smoothies, but only putting vegetables.

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"university tennessee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Are you putting judging the success or failure program? Well, I think for me the program has already been successful. And I'm going to tell you why for the last year. The little town of starts in California has been central in discussion about the economic floor for folks in in this country, and that's huge. I think the past year really dug in we've challenge some assumptions that I used to hold actually until talking to people doing the work ideas about dignity having to be tied to work when I realized that by folks like migrant workers working overtime with no protections. Are folks were driving lift Uber endured Ashli they how these dignified about working fourteen hours a day and being stressed and still not be able to afford necessity dignified that stress well that's anxious and that should be I'm antiquated. I think the conversation we've been having about a more inclusive economy when so much work that women that women do in our society rewarded with paychecks in terms of caregiving, etc. A basic income helps kind of soft for that. I. So. We see folks sooner Harris has for lift every American act, which is five hundred dollars a month for families who who are who are working government knew something about expanding the earned income tax credit for so I think we've actually been having four we've been creating a new realm of possibility about what our magin around kind of what kind of country when a in but chance your question, we have researchers from UPN and university, Tennessee and everybody measuring three things. I'm the first thing is how many spent the second thing is what impact does have on financial volatility. And the third thing is how does it affect health, but also connection to community because ideas that in robbery starts by his book common ground that part of the score the amazing in our society. Currently is that we're losing this idea of the comments that there's things we have in common as Americans and the idea as Mary gain. You're you're you're guaranteed not a ceiling but a floor. So you could actually pull yourself up. I think it's a concept that could get by by by parson in. And why aren't you support? And I like, I myself have always let me say one thing. My press guy's gonna kill me. Okay. It's not using tax payer.

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"university tennessee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Putting judging the success or failure if this program? Well, I think for me the program has already been successful. And I'm gonna tell you why for the last year the little town of starts in California has been central in discussion about the economic floor for folks in this country. And that's huge. I think the past year, we really dug in we've talented some substance that I used to hold actually until talking to people in doing the work ideas about dignity tied to work when I realized that my folks were migrant workers working in overtime with no protections. Are folks were driving lift Uber, endured Ashli they all these the dignify working fourteen hours a day and being stressed and still not be able to afford necessity. It's identified that stress. Well, that's anxious and that should be I'm antiquated. I think the conversation we've been having about a more inclusive, fitness and Konami when so much work that women that women do in our society isn't rewarded with paychecks, caregiving, etc. A basic I'm helps kind of for that. I. We see folks sooner Harris aspirin lift every American act, which is five hundred dollars a month for families who who are who are working government news. I'm talking about expanding the earned income tax credit for so I think we've actually been having four we've been creating a new realm of possibility about what our nation around kind of what kind of country when to live, but to your question, we have researchers from UPN university, Tennessee and everybody measuring three things. The first thing is how the money spent. The second thing is what impact does it have on financial volatility. And the third thing is how does it affect health, but also connection to community because ideas that in robberies talks about his book common ground that part of the score the amazing in our society? Currently is that we're losing this idea of the comments that there's some things we have in common as Americans and the idea as Mary game. You're you're you. You're guaranteed not a ceiling but a floor. So you could actually pull yourself up. I think is a concept that could get by by by. Bipartisan support. I like, I myself have always let me say one thing. My press guy's gonna kill me. Okay. It's not using taxpayer.

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"university tennessee" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Say I go to a game. And there's rap music there. I'm seventy six years old, Paul. I don't need to lick. And they'll come on. You're you're telling me, you're seventy six and you don't want. You don't like rap music college football game. Absolutely not. No. I want to hear something like to hear the band play the band's good. They're outstanding. You know, whatever whatever we can do. But Paul getting to the broader subject other than just the whole game day experience. The big one of the biggest things number one is to have a winning team. If people don't a lot of people don't go to games because they don't have a witty team. You're right. That's his own does as time. The people want to want to be entertained, and if your team is lousy it will definitely cut down on your attendance. And then the other thing course, if you're selling a product one thing, you want to look into is scheduling, if you scheduling the sisters of the poor, you know, they're not gonna come to the game to see it because it's not going to be competitive game. So that's another thing they need to consider in. In there. And then the on the tailgating thing, I may not go to the games and the students are all leaving. Well, they're all half Omer drunk. They're going away instead of coming into the game. And that is ridiculous Paul. And the only last thing I wanted to say Paul is. I hate to say, but I'm gonna say ESPN, I think is has a lot to do with what's going on. Because like when I go to the game. I'm there three and a half four hours warmer there all the time because of all the commercials all the well, listen, I agree with you. And I I have brought this out count constantly, and I here officials from this league. And every other week talk about how they're working hard on it. But the game still are four hours and there's only so much patience. Someone has television is a big part of it. But it's not I don't I'm not defending television. But it's up to the the the conferences to move their games along. And maybe they need to change the rules in college football and make them more like profile. Ball. So the clock doesn't stop as much. Yeah. And the the other thing Paul my legs, come it would be I really I really think it's bad for college is to have games on Friday night. Well, you know, one thing you the Friday the Friday night debate has been raging on for thirty years. And there are there are some leagues that will not do it. The SEC will not play on a Friday night in different to the great high school football, the big ten put up a battle. I think they they wanted to do it. I don't know if they do it or not now. State refuses it. Yeah. I mean, I I I would not I would not allow my college to play on Friday night and one thing about Friday night. It's a pure television play the games have seriously diminished. I think in recent years you end up getting a a lot of west coast games. You get I mean, even Thursday night games. I think the SEC does the opening weekend. And that may be it schools for a long time. You would see sporadic SEC game on Thursday night. I don't blame. I mean outside of the first weekend of the year when it's Labor Day weekend. And it's you can start the weekend. Earlier Saturdays day for college football. Thank you, very very much for the call. Really do. Appreciate it. Larkin is in Sarasota, Florida. Hello larkin. Yeah. I just want to call in here. You. In two years ago had been married for seventy years. What did you say? You're a Hooker. University Tennessee, and that Israel care Paul that. Well, you're a Larkin you're talking to me, I'm Paul and let me go over this. Again, you're a hundred and two years old and you've been married for seventy years. My rock dob company does go you were married for seventy years. That is not alumni. I've hours I didn't graduate. But I went up there and four to six..

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"university tennessee" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Relish, not making any friends with the new administration, man. Listen, billy. I know you're upset and listen the defense the spring game did draw dozens upon dozens of people each year that are that are probably going to get let down. They claimed that they drew like seventeen thousand fourteen thousand they aflaid at the numbers. It's just like yum center. Yeah. But you know, what let let me translate their seventy thousands of of in attendance, dozens upon dozens of people enjoy the spring game. Really over exaggerate now. Billy, wouldn't you agree that every spring game it rains anyway. I mean, it's something that is kind of going with the times less and less people came to each spring game for Louisville. But like I said, this is more an indictment of Louisville than it is the fan base in the changing of the times, Ohio state's not gonna cancel there's some of these top programs are not going to get rid of theirs. So why Louisville getting rid of theirs because they're not one of these elite level programs that can sustain football in the spring. Like, most can can we all agree though, that Lobo fans? Just don't care quite as much as Kentucky fans. Alabama fans. It's a different type fan base. I would say that the university of Louisville fan base is more of a social party fan base. There's nothing wrong with that. Listen, I used to love going to U of l football games. Just for one thing and one thing or two things the girls and the party. But it's not the case when you get Clemson at Ohio State. But so are you seriously? Bombed about this Billy. Yes, I am seriously bombed, and it's not because I am going to be missing out on it. I'm not going to be going. But just think about the generations of kids that will not be able to experience that people are grown up on these spring games. You get closer to the program. You get to see who's who who's going to be your top guys for next year. And I I think this is something that a lot of people are gonna miss and a lot of kids will not be able to experience the same way that we got to in the past. Oh, I see. I totally agree with you. And when you talk about the party aspect of it if you talk to coach Satterfield right now, he's Scott, whatever his name. Brunel Saturday lost because that's all he's going to experience next year is a bunch of losses. And that's the whole problem is that it is a party environment. They all go up to that big patio up at the top and drink beer, if I'm a recruit, and I go see there's nobody sitting in the stands are all drinking beer. I'm not going to you. Oh, good point. Hey, Billy, say this, man. Yeah. Go ahead. In my opinion. Yeah. Knock it out of the park again halls. Great great Billy's bowl job, Billy. You didn't really sugarcoat it. But that's why I love you. I never do. Thanks, guys. Team Billy right here. So so they are going to have at least one practice open to the public. I guess. You work out that is their spring gag. That's an embarrassment as far as I'm concerned. Billy Rutledge knocks it ala park every time. And then when we're talking about I call a red bird stadium something called cardinal stadium. And one thing I do know about that is when the football program wasn't cardinal stadium. Boy was that a tail gating time. Nobody could tell gate like you tailgated at cardinal stadium. And then when they moved it over to Papa John's cardinal stadium. I remember the day they announced, hey, it's going to be a designated parking spots. How are you gonna tell you see that work out to me as far as I'm concerned because if you want to sit next to your buddies, and you got to talk to you. Hey, we wanna park next feature. Listen, let's let's this is one thing, Shannon. I talked about on Justice it this morning. You gotta admire what Howard Schnellenberger did. Yeah. Because he recruited players not just players but great players to come play at a baseball field and succeeded at it. I even brought university Tennessee to play a game here. Totally sold out. I can't believe you did that. Hey, drew, speaking of cardinal stadium, or as me and Michael Bennett care to call it red bird stadium. Drew, do you have a favorite memory of cardinal stadium? I do. A couple of them. And I just want to be on the Dwight and the dude show now. I. I say I do want to say four roses just sent over some more Berber or. Yeah. Hold on let me sip this one here. I cannot I can't promise what the seven o'clock. I'll be like. But it's going to be more like Dwight. Shuki put in talk to talked about oh cardinal stadium. I really enjoy going to play with.

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"university tennessee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"university tennessee" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I've got the audio soundbites coming up don't worry about it. Folks. We're going to hours here and there couple other things coming up that I might want to delve into today. One of them is. Some of the president's interview with Chris Wallace being called combat him. The president. Also, apparently somebody has decided that one of the ways going forward for the president to. Win election and reach reelection in twenty twenty and two maybe. Steal an issue from the Democrats. Is prison reform Mary's a new prison reform Bill, and I. I don't know I've got mixed in no probably prison reform. Don't miss but as a mechanism. To steal things away from the Democrats. I don't want to think about this dawn, how many people you talk to the course of a day week month to start complaining about prisons to you. Zilch zero NADA me too. But then of course, you and I are not from the prison community. I mean, I don't know anybody in prison to you you ever been to prison. Well, yeah. Me for depositions. But if you've never been sentenced to prison, right? Neither have I. So what the issue is? In part. Not TOTO is a mechanism whereby it is thought that Republicans can take African American votes away from Democrats. And believe me, I am all for that. I just don't know that that is the primary road needs to be traveled. We're gonna talk about switching if we're gonna talk about appealing to various groups of people. To leave liberalism. Socialism are trying to convince people that they're destroying the country and their own families by supporting various, leftists and Democrats. Yes, don't know the prison reform in the way to do it. But. It might be. I mean, it's the left wants the felon vote. They just got it in Florida. For some reason, a left thinks all convex are Democrats. I wonder why the left thinks that why does the left think that all prisoners are Liberal Democrats are will vote for liberal? Why do they think that? But there's even if we got all the felon vote. That's not that. I know that's not what this is about. But the reason I'm not crazy about it. Some of the lingo, the president himself as using is left wing lingo in this thing and some of the things that he's acknowledging about prisons and the criminal Justice system. Sounds a lot like certain things that certain Democrats say about it. Look, I understand the need to get democrat votes. And I understand the need to get crossover votes. I understand the need to appeal to a broader cross section, and I understand the the temptation of being able to steal ten to fifteen maybe twenty percent of the African American vote from the Democrats it would be crippling. So we'll we'll get into that. Also, Glenn Harlan Reynolds, who's a friend and a law professor at university. Tennessee has a column out today in USA today saying that Trump has got defeated forget prison or anything else. If Trump doesn't get a handle on the monopoly is that exist now Facebook Google. Net flicks..

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