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"university vermont" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

02:20 min | 8 months ago

"university vermont" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Could and and I think that's an important Important factor Talk to me about people working in healthcare. Because I mean obviously you folks around the front line and and There's GonNa be some emotional impact here. Are we seeing increasing instances? I don't know of anxiety and depression among healthcare workers and and and how you're talking to each other. That's a great question. This is a stressful time. You know I think partly. It's just really busy as we get ready to to deal with You know a number of people who are sick that we haven't seen before and so that's that's not only just a lot of work but also I think Distressing for for everybody in town and you know but healthcare workers Show up with emission every day and this caused strongly. You know we we WANNA WE WANNA SAVE IS WE WANNA make people suffer less and so You know this is this kind of call to action is something that also is You know speaks to the deepest part of us. I think the the key thing we're going to have to work on is also taking care of ourself. I'm seeing the people who are really leading this effort and You know taking care of our patients taking care of the people who might have it getting ready working really long hours under high stress conditions and we know this is not a sprint. It's a marathon and so we're going to have to make sure that we take care of each other as a community and I think there are lots of ways we do that. You know partly just being really clear about what the mission is and he knowing that what you do make a difference hearing the word thank you. I think From a special colleague from a patient he had helped his really important and I think most importantly of all I think seeing somebody Walk out of the hospital. Who who was Second feeling miserable to live another day to live another number decades. That's that's the ultimate satisfaction. That's what it is and Sweden of thank you Dr Tim Lee University Vermont Health Network. I WanNa thank you very much for joining the date. Grab show here on. Wd An and this morning. It's really great chocolate with him. Thanks for having and I do believe we have a listener online. Charles from BURLINGTON joins us. Good Morning Charles yes. Good Morning Headed question as regards with the blanket. Cancellations of all the appointments this week. The.

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"university vermont" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

12:29 min | 9 months ago

"university vermont" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"From Radio Vermont. It's the Dave Graham. Show on. Wd Ev. It's your show about the people places and the issues that matter the most to you. Now here's your host Dave Graham Good Morning Vermont. is Thursday march the Twelfth Two Thousand and twenty? I don't know exactly how many days into the plague year we are going to have to go back and read some Daniel Defoe to see if there are any good analogies with that That book that I probably read twenty five years ago about the black plague arrival in Europe. corona virus is sweeping the country ahead of it. They're just all sorts of reactions happening. That would have been frankly are shocking. They would have been shocking weeks. Go they still are shocking. Today are institutions of higher education. Are are moving off campus. They're closing their campuses. Going to remote learning. We're going to be talking about that in just a couple of minutes We are going to be Talking about The efforts the state of Vermont is making to make sure that everyone who needs to be tested or treated etc for Corona virus is going to get the medical care. They need the health department. Put out at advisory about that. Yesterday Mike Fisher from the Vermont. League leads office of Healthcare Advocate. He's going to be joining me in the Second. Half Hour of the program today to Talk about the The Corona virus and it's In the state's efforts to Make sure that folks are not Don't miss out on the treatment. And the and the and the efforts that are going to be made to combat the corona virus. It is a It's really this is we. Are In uncharted territory. Here folks I think is the best way to put it We also are going to be talking a little bit later on in the program this morning. Thursdays are the second hour. Thursday is our regular seeds to society segment. We put together with the help of the Universe University of Vermont's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences in the University of Vermont folks have been really kind with us To help us to get some good topics going today. We're going to be talking about forest fragmentation in the efforts to do what's called conservation design and effectively build a build a network of Of A really a roadmap for wildlife wildlife corridors around the around the state and the The the day Graham show. He's really enjoying. I hope our listeners are as well. This effort were putting weekly with the University of Vermont's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences wanted to get right into our program this morning. I believe we have on. Do we have a some folks from the University Vermont Online with us this morning. And I believe I Gary Dir. An anti Stevens are both With the on the line are you there folks up they are not They have not called in yet. this morning And they were going to talk to us about the announcement yesterday that the University of Vermont put out saying that. They are cancelling On on campus classes effective immediately The students are on spring. Break this week and the students are The students are Away they're not going to be coming back For for all intents and purposes CLA- classes will remain off until next Wednesday when they will resume on an online basis and they are They're going to be Trying to conduct the remainder of the semester Suresh Gary Mellow. The president of the university came out yesterday with a statement on this Joining VM. So far. I don't have a complete list in front of me but I know middlebrook done. This Saint Michael's College I just got a notice this morning that Sterling College. Cranberry common is going to a remote class format to essentially delimit gatherings to try to keep folks who are not Who normally would be gathering in classrooms and having that Nice Nice classroom discussion. You get with everybody sitting right in right together. Not going to be doing that for a while. We're going to be home all these classes to be held online and I wanted to ask Gary Dir. The vice president for operations at public safety at the University of Vermont in Anti Stevens Device pro- pros for student affairs. They they're scheduled to be my guest this morning. GOING TO BE CALLING IN. We hope very shortly They are on the schedule into. We're expecting a call any moment from From the folks at the university and Philippine on you know just how does that work I? What kind of impact do they expect to be? Having on learning what would have happened if this for twenty or twenty five years ago before it was as easy as it is today to conduct classes online university programs. These days are actually conducted almost fully online and so the traditional college campuses already were getting a challenge from online learning. And boy they are getting on board with that in a real hurry here in the in the face of this corona virus. And so it's kind of A. It's a fascinating time. I mean that's just one of the I think one of the really interesting aspects of this challenge that we face as a society now in turned it is unprecedented. We we have this society Really being shaken up by the corona virus. And we're trying to make adaptations to it and it'll be interesting to see the longer term Just how folks are What lessons are learned from Maybe the maybe the way things have been organized. All of this time have been have been not the best. Maybe maybe there are changes that would be imposed by this weird bug that people will stop and notice and say hey you know that there are aspects of this thing which are not a bad idea just one example and this is. I'm I'm just throwing this out there as a possibility and open up the phone lines. I think So for some of this morning and see listeners. WanNa weigh in but one of the One of the aspects here is is telecommuting. Now you know folks have talked about telecommuting for years. it's popular in some places. It's not popular in other employees situations. Obviously some jobs where they are hands on. You gotta be there but There are other jobs where it is possible to work remotely If people start really pushing that will that actually reduce carbon emissions because not as many people are getting into their cars in the mornings and driving home in the afternoons and Cetera All that transportation. It happens back and forth to work on a daily basis might be might be trimmed. There's just one one thought there that could be an people will look at this in five years. And say hey remember. You're in the corona virus. Everybody was telecommuting. A lot of people. Telecommuting Gee Whiz we are in a maybe. We'll learn something from that about the possibilities there and that either mabel learn it doesn't work as well. Productivity goes down or something but We anyway. They're all sorts of ramifications. Here that people have not even really begun to think about that much and I think we are in for a lot of surprises and a lot of challenges and I You know all kind of get get our ores in the water and hopefully we can Try To make sure that we get through this. As best began. It is definitely a society wide challenge for the for the folks and I believe we do have on the phone with us this morning. One of the two guests. Who WERE WE? Were hoping to get from the University of Vermont this morning. Gary the vice president of operations public safety apparently can't be joining us as we were expecting to have but Any Stevens the vice provost for Student Affairs is with us on the telephone and Miss Stevens I thank you very much for joining us. Thank you and So I wanted to check in with you. This obviously is an a really rabbit. Earth-shattering announcement issued by the University of Vermont yesterday although it's you're far from alone. There are many many other institutions of higher learning which have decided they need to essentially not have the traditional on own campus gatherings of classes. And and do things remotely Is there any sense of how long this might be expected to remain the case there? We really don't know where following all the guidance and support from medical authorities To do our part and helping to prevent the spread of the virus and we'll continue to make decisions daily about what is best for our students at our campus community. So it's not a statement from the president's arrest. Garam la yesterday talking about we. We don't have any any real sense of something like commencement which happens to just several weeks from now The obviously you couldn't say today as to whether anybody ought to be making their plans or not for commencement at this point right. That's correct. We really don't have a sense of that quite yet and as soon as we know more we will certainly let folks know so they can make those kind of travel arrangements in Tell me about sporting events at the university. Our athletic events canceled together and Where are we on that? Well we're considering that Right now you know. We have a big game Coming up on Saturday so With our men's basketball also. We'll need to figure that out and and And let the campus and the community. Now this is i. I gather that that anybody who's in senior leadership at university as you are and the team there You SORTA have a A playbook or whatever for various eventualities and I mean. Did you have any kind of a a a manual or plan Going into this. You know before this kind of appeared on the scene to say. Here's what happens when a pandemic comes to town. Yeah so we have a Emergency Operations Group that plans for all kinds of EVENTU- allergies And so we're using those kinds of plans to support us like setting up the website setting up a call center. But you know this is unusual and we're also relying on our work from two thousand eight. When h one n one was happening dusting off those plans and and They're serving US well. And we're we're prepared. Refresh me on. The two thousand and eight case was classes actually cancelled at that time. They weren't they weren't so that's a big shift. But you know we did some planning About you know what if you walk through in those plans all of the all the different scenarios that could and what do we do if if it does right right. And now just in terms of what the what. They're sorta logistics are right now. The University of Vermont is on what was scheduled to be a week long spring. Break this week right correct. So we'll be wrapping up spring break on tomorrow and then classes are canceled for Monday and Tuesday of next week and and that's basically an effort to get folks who need to come back to campus or able to guess gathered their things and make the logistical the tiny little logistical decisions. That individual instructors need to make and students need to make about what dealer etcetera and then they and then they are going to be off campus from Wednesday. Going forward to a time indeterminate. That's those are the basic facts on the ground right now right. That is all correct. will be that those two days. Monday and Tuesday will be Important for transitioning both our students and our faculty to online instruction and remote learning and And then classes will all happen remotely Starting Wednesday now. Here's a real a real practical little. I mean you know. There's so many layers to this thing. You could get very micro or macro in the overall decision making about how to respond to something like this. But let's say I'm a I'm a sophomore. Uvm I've been taking a chemistry class this semester and Maybe I left my book and my Dorm Room. Should it come back to campus to get it so where the University of Vermont is actually very interesting institution and the fact that many of our students are out of state students?.

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"university vermont" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

12:21 min | 1 year ago

"university vermont" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"And listen to it whatever you want to hear we have such a wide range of topics and discussions here on the radio show that you can pretty much always find something that'll be of interest to you so it's well worth just checking in and every now and then having to look at the podcast seen what's been on lately maybe you'll find something related to what the fish and wildlife department is up to or we thinking about a segment upcoming in the next week or two about Vermont's booming hemp industry. So if you're interested in what's going on in the world maybe you'll be looking at our podcast list in a couple of weeks and say Oh yeah they were GonNa do something on hand point they so it's it's a good one who it's a good way to get caught up on a wide range of issues here remind him I feel really blessed to have an amazing selection of of experts who by and talk to me about different topics that they delve into lately of course we have this special segment on Thursday the University Vermont College of agriculture and life sciences has been helping me out with this new seeds to society segment and covering a wide range of topics there everything from using sheep to keep the weed growth and grass growth down in a vineyard of Shelbourne vineyards to a number of other agricultural and semi agricultural topics here in Vermont. I think we're going to do it the upcoming show for instance Moose Parasites that's coming up on Thursday in fact the second hour of the Thursday show we're GONNA be talking to folks from the University of Vermont about Moose Genetics and the health of the Vermont third course it's Moose season in Vermont this October and something that that people are thinking about so let's check in our moose population anyway e you know they're they're going to be times when you're maybe more curious some folks have more curious about Moose than they are about maybe the segment we just had about Yom Kippur but folks are more curious about religious holidays might want to check in about the last half hour we just had with a friend Levin Eve Jacobs Carnahan so it so it's as I say it's a wide variety here on the day Graham Show there's something I hope for pretty much every taste go on there that WD radio DOT com follow the Lee thank you to the day Graham show scroll down a bit and check through from time to time the list of our recent podcasts you'll come up with something I bet you'll find interesting and I WANNA thank the Warren store they have been steadfast sponsor of our podcast since its inception and the friendly Funky almost world-famous Warren store there is a good friend of WD vs and they are helping to helping us keep that podcast online so that's a that's a good thing Heo in this hour of the Dave Graham Show we are going to be welcoming Dan Richardson to our air he is An attorney in Montpellier former president of the Bar Association not infrequent guests on a day I'm show I think we just had him last week talking about various legal legal aspects connected with the impeachment inquiry going on in Washington we also like to check in with Dan from time to time about recent court decisions today we are going to be talking about a couple of interesting and and Vermont impactful I should say court decisions one just last Friday from the State Supreme Court in which they said that plaintiffs in this IBI five in immigrant investor scandal up in the north the East kingdom can actually sue the state and and couple of a former state officials for misrepresenting the risks involved Kevin how well protected by the government these investments were going to be turned out not very well protected at all and so this soup for now obviously that is not a That merely in the ballpark it doesn't win the game for you so that's that's how that works but We'll be talking with Dan Richardson about that as well there is recent federal appeals court ruling about net neutrality. Now folks will probably Lee remember that phrase from long running debate now over Internet policy should the Internet be imagined and sort of constructed and operated as something like the interstate highways where your experience of driving down I eighty nine it can differ quite a bit if you are in a beat up old pickup truck versus You know modern sports car it's going to be a different experience for you the Internet obviously he is something that is also a way of kind of transmitting in this case data I suppose and also just experience to people movies and music and business transactions Any number of all of an awful lot of what we do in life these days travels over the Internet and the question about net neutrality is should everything we have pretty much equal access to the Internet and kind of bring their own stuff to it or should companies that operate the Internet Internet and or help big players on the Internet have more control about speeds and about access to the data that you're looking for and so on forth it's the trump administration and the FCC have recently been saying let's get rid of net neutrality and make it a little more the Internet a little more business friendly I suppose in open to computation and to the to the vagaries of capitalism and and and you might just end up situation there where you could pay a little more and get a little bit better Internet service don't Pay Much Lesser Internet service that's the fear especially among consumer groups who have argued that net neutrality is very important thing in terms of the democratizing the Internet and making it accessible to all it with a good strong signal etc so big debate there net neutrality or not a federal appeals court recently ruled that the FCC see can do it's net neutrality rules but this is this is a big asteroid this Vermont comes in and that is that the the state of Vermont actually has a law saying that if you want to do business if you're an Internet service provider of any kind these are the big phone companies and other data providers Internet service providers the that you're supposed to be you're supposed to follow the Obama Administration's Netflix drowsy rules if you want to do business with the state of Vermont and that's the state law hasn't been thoroughly enforced yet because the state was waiting for Federal Court action now we've seen some federal court action question is what happens now Dan Dan Richardson and I will be talking about the net neutrality case in kind of these INS and outs and that pushing police between the state and federal governments on this particular topic and should be should be good conversation Dan is expected rolling here hey I've got a call around the line Fred from Newburgh Good Morning Fred Hey I got a question more of an opinion and Linda here during a presidential election in this country yet there's so much up for grabs is all three houses both houses in Congress in the White House they're all up for grabs Yep I'm beginning to think that a presidential election is the moral equivalent Oh civil war what do you think the moral equivalent of civil war well I I would think that would be immoral for the election to be the willing to civil war actually the moral equivalent of civil white I think it would be immoral that's what I that's what you ask me my opinion I think that I think that would be immoral. us to our election civil wars yeah but that's how we settle problems instead of going to arms we vote we go to the we go to the polls invoked we want to run the country yeah I just I can't follow you there Fred I'll tell you one of the reasons I can't follow you there is it's a pretty much I it doesn't really work out that way we're in a war typically you have a victor and vanquished and to the victory goes the spoils and there's no Woah no sort of continuing check on on whatever the victor was certainly not certainly not from the vanquished the south had very little to say about how the union was gonNA operate the country in the years immediately following the civil war took a long time for the south to get up off the if the Republicans win all three houses or the Democrats would all three houses they got total power yeah I mean I I get what you're saying in a sense still I I think this this idea that we all we use this war metaphor to describe way too much our society and I think it actually is the best language to apply because we don't want war we want peace we want one final thing is why wh- what ball is the other moral equivalent of war New England with New England goes to New York Yeah can they bank wish New York with New York comes to doing we protect you know what I mean yeah I mean and I've seen writing on this before that that basically this is a some kind of a proxy for what would otherwise perhaps be some kind of vicious gang more is between Boston and New York instead of patriots playing the giants you'd have I don't know what but there was a British guys that said that the battles would've the playing field soccer plainfield New England. Yeah no I I've seen that I've seen that metaphor just an awful lot almost to the point where it's kind of Cliche but I I also I think that when people really understand what war is about and oh good military some good foreign correspondents of people who've actually been to battle scenes and so on I remember reading some pieces in the new republic back during the first Gulf War you know the Operation Desert Storm about the road to Baghdad and just the the devastation that would be it would be reached when a whole entire villages burnt to the ground you know the you can have you can have a very tough football game between Ohio estate in Michigan and nobody's burning each other's villages to the ground thank God you know so I think this idea of war is is war ought to be a very discreet and we hope minimize thing is we've continued to revolve as a species on this planet and And and I think that if we talk we talk about war it kind of makes almost makes it too easy if you ask me so I tend to shy away a little bit but Yeah I don't know in in terms of our elections I I actually think that people emphasize this polarization in our country is all tribal and and you know there there are trump supporters in the trump critics and near the twain shall meet and I think that's a sorry state of affairs and it would be much better if we could figure out a way hey to actually have a conversation and try to try to make everybody kind of see at least what the facts are in the same way and when you have one side touting quote unquote alternative facts as in not real facts you are you're you're gotta be careful with this stuff right don't you think but cut the country's lasted for over two hundred twenty five years that's the beauty of it yeah it has his last that long well it'd be minor blips in the civil war when we were two countries but go ahead well yeah that well that was the point we did have a civil law it's over with now rather than have a civil war we have a big local more yeah that's the moral equivalent of a civil war yeah I yeah I I hope it's not a war at all I hope it's just an election it's a democracy Z...

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"university vermont" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"university vermont" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"We're GONNA be speaking I with the new president of the University of Vermont Sushi Gary Mela following him. Colin mine are frequent Monday morning. Guess we'll come in and talk to about some recent developments at Vermont News Column of course is the managing editor of et digger dot org and then the leader of the program. We're going to be speaking with the founding editor an interesting publishing house over in my earlier called Rootstock Publishing Steven McArthur will be joined by the new head of that publishing houses poetry division and we'll be going to be talking with Steven MacArthur and Samantha Kolber about some various projects. They're launching and should have a good conversation there but I wanted when you get right into a conversation I with Suresh Jaramillo the new president of the University of Vermont. I believe he is on the line right. Now and Sir Good Morning Good Morning. Thanks for having me. Thank you very much for joining us. Just wanted to check in with you your two months or so on the job now is the president of the University Vermont started July first and tell us what what you've seen here. Maybe anything unexpected any surprises eve zine in the first couple of months on the job yeah. Thanks thanks a lot dave. It's wonderful to be on your show. I've I've heard you speak of some of your past interviews and the great so I'm still the new guy. I guess I get to I get to say that about myself for a little longer so we've just my family and I've been very touched by the warm welcome. We've received no surprise to you met a lot of people and we're getting a a good sense of the university's attributes resources of course of the city as well but just very impressed with our faculty and our students are programs you know. I guess I feel very lucky that in the very short time I've been engaged here. We've had just great news. coming out all the time including one of our professors was inducted. DOC ID and the National Academy of Sciences as you know we launched a supercomputer that is among the top hundred fastest runs in the country student. Are we having some technical difficulties all of a sudden that how is a serious Karen Mela. The president of Vermont in the line just went dead. Okay well sorry about that folks. I'm not sure what happened there and if we could perhaps get the president of the University of Vermont back with us very shortly. That would be quite helpful. This is a live radio here folks occasionally weird things happened the the president of the Suresh Garam Masala is by the way he is coming to US coming to tuber the University of Vermont. is from the from Purdue University in in Indiana and senior physician there he is his background is in mechanical engineering and he is actually a a native of India and has is a spent most of his career to date at purdue working his way up through the academic ranks there and is coming to the University of Vermont from that at School in Indiana or are we back on the air with the risk Arabella. I'm here so sorry Dave. I'm not sure if we got cut off so I don't know what a well back together gather now so that's great so you were just saying you're sort of initial impressions of a University of remote in Burlington Vermont General and so go ahead and yeah so. I'm not sure how much folks but I'm just very impressed and you know i. I don't want to repeat myself if if our if your listeners I have heard this but there's just been great good news coming out even in the short time I've been here with our launch of supercomputer a you know big grant to fight opioids royds that Senator Leahy helped us get from the Federal Government we we announced recently that are for the fifty eight on the row. We've enrolled classes lasted the highest academic credentials in the university's history record four year graduation rate which I think is critically important. It's a responsibility for us to get our students out on time so I a lot of potential and opportunity yeah. It seems like it does seem like an exciting time for the university in in general the Mark Nelson a was appointed to the National Academy of Sciences. I think you mentioned him as well. We we had him on the program. A couple of weeks probably a month ago or so now in a very interesting conversation with Mark Nelson Newton new indoctrinated the national academy the Sciences. I believe the the first one from the University of Ramaesiri call that's right in fact I one of the first meetings I took was I went to see mark and we had a great conversation then you know part of my conversation with him about you know they seem like there's a lot more pockets of strength at UVM that we need to double down on and tell our story three and mark agrees entirely and I think he and I and others here we'll do our best to continue to make sure we and our faculty and our staff on our students got the recognition that we think UVM deserves you know we've also had great students success as you know are are s J President President of the Student Government Association President Gillians Gillians Canal was awarded a Truman scholarship which is an extremely extremely prestigious scholarships so just great things to celebrate and I I'll do like can't to ensure. I'm the you know chief cheerleader for the university and and make sure that more people understand what a what a gem you. VM Is in in a wonderful city great state. Tell me about any any ideas for for new infrastructure projects. I know we have a new basketball arena underway up there and a lot of a lot of fundraising going on in recent years among a under your predecessor. Tom Sullivan is is this kind of growth and development and fundraising raising building in a continuing in under your leadership yeah so so indeed the campus is beautiful. You know when I came here. Everyone said the weather's yeah. There's always like it was in June so I believe them and I came you know when you are on campus. It's just amazing and you know much has been accomplished to address the university the needs and and make strategic investments so of course would continue assessing where we stand at a dentist priorities and you know figure out where our friends and supporters willing to help us as well but they've I wanna I wanNA emphasize though that to me everything revolves around the success of.

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"university vermont" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"university vermont" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Playing. But the book I had ribbons running around my head, and let them out. Anyway. Thrilled about that. Banging on the table, right? Looking to play drums. Drama and late in the glauca through Google band. Could got my own band on the side. You somehow someway in college sublet an apartment untold in the village and the guy upstairs from you was a good, Ohio boy, just about about an hour north of where we said, from port recovery. Rick derringer right now is your big big break. Crazy thing you know I didn't get the golden kick it I went to college dream kid of being a doctor. Don't know where either dream came from nobody in my family doctor. You know, I will go to college. University, vermont. Between more in tune your ear. I got an opportunity to get into a training program to become an operating room technician in the two month program. And you know how hard it was then probably get into American Medical school. So everybody looking for kind of an advantage. You know, I took a edition needed a place to live in New York City and stuff leading apartment on thirteenth street between first and second avenue. The summer of nineteen sixty nine gun hotbed of iffy. Actively not to down the block. The more. Circuit with a short. So there was a lot of stuff happening and, and being a musician, you know, I started hearing coming from. After about a week. I gotta go up there going on. I don't care on this guy on the door and the door open. Now, recognize him as Gehring. I knew of the McCoy..

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"university vermont" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"When the children and grandchildren of George H W Bush uttered their goodbyes at his graveside, George H W Bush is buried at his presidential library at Texas A and M university, Vermont Senator and twenty sixteen presidential contender. Bernie Sanders was on Colbert last night and was asked whether he's going to launch a twenty twenty campaign trying to ascertain quite honestly going beyond ego. A witch candidate has the best chance to beat Trump and be which candidates ideas can boast turn this country around. So that we have a government that works for all of us and not just the people on top. That's what I'm looking at. He also says when you run for president in quote, this ugly political world that we live in right now. It is a very difficult decision. For one's family Sanders, also referred to friends who are considering running for president. One month after the midterm elections. Still hotly. Contested congressional race in North Carolina could be headed for a do over amid allegations of election fraud. CBS's dean Reynolds reports Dan mccready who had conceded the race to GOP opponent is now withdrawing that concession the race between Macree and Republican Mark Harris Harris appeared to win by nine hundred and five votes, but questions continue to arise. Why for instance, did a lopsided share of absentee ballots were counted favor. Mr. Harris while an overwhelming amount of ballots requested but never returned. Are counted came from areas likely favor McCreevy at the center of this is a convicted felon, Leslie McRae Dulles who was a consultant to the Harris campaign Reynolds also reports the chairman of North Carolina's democratic parties to several people admit dollars paid them to harvest absentee ballots and drop them off to him personally. The state elections sport plans to hold a hearing later this month and Kudo. Order a new election. Checking sports the Bruins suffered another setback last night on the road. But it wasn't all bad WBZ's. Adam Kaufman has the details on a three game slide after two games. Sweep in Florida. Thanks to losses to the Panthers and lightning, but maybe a symbolic win with Charlie mcevoy's return to the lineup. The be star defenseman had been sidelined twenty games with a concussion but played twenty one minutes in his first action since mid October. He said he was ready to plays normal game to get to the point be able to play in the first place to kind of feel like I was able to do those things and clear state of mind and confident in where I was that's my game. When I'm playing my best on joining and I'm trying to make offense defense and at the same time plan responsible. And I thought I did that in ways tight, I fear is tough China shakes staff, the is coast and times. Sometimes you can get five ounces, but the second and third I thought I kinda together and started playing my my brand hockey. I came back. Bruins a host the Maple Leafs tomorrow. Adam Kaufman, WBZ sports accidents point down and objects in a row it happens and the best way around it..

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"university vermont" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:47 min | 2 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Seven ten Paul, is calling about the salt deduction. Go, ahead When you're alone with. Josh. Jelenski the financial quarterback thanks for the call Paul. Thank you for everything that. You do for people I really appreciate. Your advice I think I think we've met before. Right I know you right Yeah yeah you're very familiar good glad glad you're calling, the question is I've heard two different things regarding the, salt deduction and I was just curious my state and local taxes property taxes or about eleven thousand and my New York state income taxes for about eighty five hundred which is about nineteen thousand and the. Maximum that I can deduct the for, both? Is ten thousand correct These salt Paul. Is. Asking. About the salt. Deduction in twenty eighteen and the salt deduction is ten thousand that, is the entire cap for state and local property tax, deduction so under the old law and this is sort of what I was talking about previous when I said you know if Democrats want to win they just say we're going to repeal the salt and We're going. To keep taxes lower? Might add? A little bit to the debt but what's interesting here and what is interesting is let's say you have thirty five thousand dollar combined state income tax and property. Tax now let's say your property taxes are twenty and whatever you only have ten grand to deduct so, for you, you wouldn't get twenty grand, right if she'd, only get ten does that make sense Does does that expire at the end of two thousand. Twenty five that's, what I call the IRS hired some mixed stories about it. On the radio station The other morning. So, I called them. And they said that's that's the salt deduction expires December thirty first two thousand twenty five yes salt? Deduction expires two thousand twenty five yes I believe so unless congress does the magic act Yeah But I still get that twenty four thousand. Dollars what's it? Called standard deduction an increased under the Trump tax. Plan if you're, married you get a, twenty four thousand marital, deduction a ten thousand state and local. Deduction but, it's you, know the interesting thing here is that's only if you. Itemize so if you get the twenty, four you don't get the ten if you knew. That so one of the things that were recommending all of our listener friends do is call us for a Trump tax calculator. Review so, we'll we'll do it with you Paul just because you've been so. Kind what is your? Income My taxable income is approximately a. Hundred and fifty something Combined does. Your spouse of income no that's good that's that's total so Paul and. His spouse have one hundred and fifty grand? Of income. Do. You put any money in? A 401K Noam retired okay do. You have any, now this is one piece of takeaway if you retired maybe you become you create a five or business or an FC, business or some type of hobby that you can sell maybe get twenty grand of income and create. A retirement plan, from that to shelter some. Income off but you know if you have no income so the one fifty is at pension or is that Thousands of it is for for many many years so one hundred thousand is a pension what fifty. Thousand and social, security your wife no fifty, thousand comes from a real estate investment that I have And then. I have social security after that, how much. Is social security for you and your wife combined twenty something thousand Exactly twenty something and then do. You have any long term capital gains or qualified dividends? Yes I. Yeah yeah I'm not including any of any of the tax free income that I? Get, from, Morgan, Stanley Okay Total about one hundred ninety two thousand a year and a qualified dividends total about fifteen to seventeen thousand a. Year. Okay so we could certainly show you ways to lower your taxes potentially if you call us at eight eight, eight nine hundred, eight, Josh but assuming nothing. Changes so you have one hundred fifty grand of personal, income twenty grand in social security benefits and fifteen grand in qualified dividends under a long term capital gains and you have no dependence and you take the standard deduction under the previous. Law Now this is not this reflects only the standard deduction so here's what's critical you will would, be in, a, lower, rate this year as. Opposed to last year if you didn't live in a, blue state but with the standard deduction you'd pay about twenty five thousand in federal income tax if you itemize and you can only take off ten thousand in the state and local And do you have. Any charitable contributions or other, itemized deductions yes I do my charitable deductions that's what. I was gonna ask you I have about tug between between chicks gifts to my synagogue Children's Christian fun. Which I contribute to about. One dollars a year? And also? Clothing that I don't? Give. Away, and get. Receipts that total spent sixteen or seventeen. Thousand. A year so great you're nice charitable guy sixteen seventeen thousand? A, year what about other deductions. Mortgage interest no medical medical expenses yes. Yeah medical expenses total about twenty something thousand a year okay What's, it called. AARP United Healthcare physical rehabilitation date twenty. Grand You. Know you're itemization will be about twenty three grand and taxes if you item us now. Mind you before that you used to be? Able to deduct? What was your, combined income, and, property tax Combined come by property tax was about eleven thousand and what your state, income tax state income taxes about nine thousand Okay under under You know you used to be able to deduct. The whole amount so you might have been in a What's interesting, here is I'm, doing the math you're probably, gonna pay, about the same in taxes in the new bills the. Old Bill but my accountant had me Take out from my. Pension and profit sharing plans from the firm. That I was with withhold two thousand eighteen total about thirty something thousand, dollars just to. Be on the safe side Head of the money I get from them which is claiming hundred thousand I don't know your entire situation but based on what I see it's about twenty three thousand right I, just received from the college I went to the, university Vermont a charitable gift annuity where they told me. That if I? Give, them to send me all the forms individually if I gave them a twenty. Thousand dollar donation I could deduct the entire, thing for, two thousand eighteen is that true yeah there there are. Certain things with charitable contributions that we could help you with I wanna look and see what they're giving but yes charitable gift annuities are great way. To give to charity we've found that there are better ways though like charitable remainder trusts. That way you can get an, income and you can get a, massive right off so let's say You say I wanna give two hundred grand to charity or to fifty, to charity over the next twenty years because I'm, just teasing seventeen times something you know some dollar amount. You could give? That, to a travel ROY made your trust and take a large right off now. Reduce some of your taxes on your IRA's, you also, might want to look at increasing your deductions the tax. Law encourages you to get a mortgage on your home so mortgage. Interest debt is still deductible off to a certain amount so you may want to. Hock your home Put that money somewhere else and that mortgage interest restraint off would drive your taxable income lower that's another benefit for, you you, may also want to consider not necessarily tax minimization strategies. But where you place your money matters so that you. Don't, pay income taxes on that money later on. So give us a call eight eight eight nine eight. Josh eight eight nine at eight Josh we would love to meet. With you Paul and help you any other questions on that Paul. Eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh Yep I need eight five six, seven. Four Kennedy, josh Before your one of your assistants will set up? An. Appointment, sure yeah. We have we have dedicated staff standing by live. Right now and what's interesting about this law is for for many of you in. The northeast it'll sort of be a wash because the rates are, coming down but you're not able to deduct, is, much whereas, you know I think there's some clear problems with the law that I would like to, see renovated, but not, you know people talk about getting rid of the Trump. To excellent I like the rates were. There at I, just want, you know I would like a lower marginal rate, for people and I'd like to be able to have the twenty percent pass. Through deduction that means if you own a small business and you make a hundred grand, a year twenty thousand the first, twenty Thousand would not be taxable so we'd. Love to meet, with you, eight nine eight eight five six seven four eight eight eight nine hundred.

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"university vermont" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"At anyone and even disputes that he was drunk a new study from unh and the united states agriculture depar says americans waste nearly one pound of food every day study co author married if neild says that means other valuable resources are being wasted to corral all of the food that is wasted in the united states at the household level each year actually results in about thirty million acres of cropland that's used to grow wasted food and more than four trillion gallons of water used to grow wasted food as well uvm university vermont also helping conduct this study and ohio couple accused of hiding a body in their basement for nearly a month now has a date with judge building's landlord discovered the body wrapped in garbage bags and duct tape harrisburg ohio police say andrew nichols who lives at the home admits he was smoking crack with another person four weeks ago when that person became unconscious and died he hid the body and what his wife angela who was out of town returned home days later she helped him wrap the body and bleach the basement crispy kelly lives in the duplex i was stunned when he heard for basically a month i was living here with a body in the basement of my house the two were charged with tampering with evidence and abuse of a corpse ryan burrow abc news new invention could make prescription sunglasses a thing of the past the fda has now approved the first ever transition contact lenses which get darker while you're out in the sun and their safety us while driving during both day and night the light adaptive contact lenses designed to protect is from uv damage acuvue will start selling.

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Americans waste nearly a pound of food each per day, study finds

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01:38 min | 2 years ago

Americans waste nearly a pound of food each per day, study finds

"At anyone and even disputes that he was drunk a new study from unh and the united states agriculture depar says americans waste nearly one pound of food every day study co author married if neild says that means other valuable resources are being wasted to corral all of the food that is wasted in the united states at the household level each year actually results in about thirty million acres of cropland that's used to grow wasted food and more than four trillion gallons of water used to grow wasted food as well uvm university vermont also helping conduct this study and ohio couple accused of hiding a body in their basement for nearly a month now has a date with judge building's landlord discovered the body wrapped in garbage bags and duct tape harrisburg ohio police say andrew nichols who lives at the home admits he was smoking crack with another person four weeks ago when that person became unconscious and died he hid the body and what his wife angela who was out of town returned home days later she helped him wrap the body and bleach the basement crispy kelly lives in the duplex i was stunned when he heard for basically a month i was living here with a body in the basement of my house the two were charged with tampering with evidence and abuse of a corpse ryan burrow abc news new invention could make prescription sunglasses a thing of the past the fda has now approved the first ever transition contact lenses which get darker while you're out in the sun and their safety us while driving during both day and night the light adaptive contact lenses designed to protect is from uv damage acuvue will start selling.

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"university vermont" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The possum keep it up to draw land the fane no would have would him say is i would argue that went to members when the bruins goalie you're probably too young to remember the last time they went on and the county he didn't want to go to the white house him thomas and he was battered from pillar to post for that now i i've i had tim thomas in the shown a totally different subject very smart guy think he went to university vermont but he was a goaltender angolese can be a little different okay i was goaltender in high school and a little bit in college at he got he got crawl quote the save the the golden state warriors decided in mass they did not go to they didn't accept a visit an invitation from the white house and they played in washington last week and they went i think some wearing went to schools which is great don't want to go to the white house that's no problem but you can't criticize tim thomas or you can criticise brady for having a a make america great hat in his walker and then not crews my attitude is look leblanc lebron james wants to say what he wants to say great let him say whatever he wants to save whoever that's fine but on in terms of a movie and awards presentation night i mean this would be like if you're watching the world series and they they do an interview with one of the managers in the dugout and the manager in the dugout when the when the the the guy in the booth to say hey look you down three to nothing you you you've left you starter in the japanese thought to pull in when the bases loaded no he pitch well through it all and by the way uh i i hope all of my life you know the teams finns vote for donald trump a vote against donald trump was that up to watch the world series yeah i couldn't agree with you more abby the analogy out a bit you he brought upon perfect point earlier like we all go to the.

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"university vermont" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Org i do we have time for one more if not to more university vermont what's going on the be blocked traffic a this this seems to be happening on a regular basis now i guess they blocked traffic or something and there were there were there were blocking ambulances from getting through rushhour was a mess because of the university of vermont what's the what's the deal here so they were the black student union similar students there were various that they made a list of demands to their quit school president they're calling for mandatory diversity training for all students faculty on campus they were calling for any student accused of hagar convicted of a hate crime on campus to be expelled immediately there are other requirements that they were demanding and present and occupan to them and so the students said were blocked traffic all around campus until you meet with us two or three hours they held up traffic there's medical medical they are they said there was an average of fifteen minute delay for ambulances are trying to get to the hospital and the students refused an is many times protesters will say why you treating us like children well it's because if you notice things like this you will lay down in a street in say we're not going to meet until you ballot alan to our demands in its is not the way of doing things and again they complain about not being taken seriously and then you look at the methods of their protests and the demands that they are giving is no room for compromise it and you really cannot work with people weren't willing to compromise while i be but there's there's history of this war documentary cuba throwing temper tantrum genetics look at what happened at the university of missouri system were the the president of the big guy vote vote war with the chairman lord travel we're we're the borderline was the guy was pushed out because he was in a parade and refused well in the parade to talk to black lives matter or something so the works that's why they keep on.

"university vermont" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Pastor friend david their wonderful guy wonderful folks i've been teaching credentials university vermont years and so um he's been a part of our streets ship summit for the last i guess probably since the beginning yep um on that uh it's what four years old now now that we've been doing that with some of the major pastors out there and i just a grey gasol motive ordering with those guys hanging out and hadn't back that way good stuff all right let's jump into the phones carrie leigh is whether she is in portland maine high carrie leigh your question for chris brown to me yes hi how are you better than ours are in calling um because my husband and i followed um some done your bandwagon like forty years ago and we paid off all of our outstanding debt except for our mortgage um and so we're down to seventy thousand on our mortgage and we can't wait to pay it off our goal it will we should have it paid off in about two years wonderful and yes so we're very excited and were young i'm 34 he's thirty six so amazing to be debt free no car payments no credit card debt but my question for you is somebody gave us the advice that i know you really want to pay off your mortgage but you shouldn't do it in case you get sued then like they can take your house but if you have like a small home equity even if it's the a one hundred dollars then they can't take your house because you technically still a one that somebody's an idiot my brother said you would say my brother with you see all the time to you know he's probably listening right now the do the.

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"university vermont" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"We got the lots to talk about at this hour the university vermont published a study this week that suggest that consumption of hot red chili peppers is associated with the thirteen percent reduction in total mortality that's an interesting finding we've been using a chilly product for weight loss comes to his from japan the company that makes a protocol cap e8 kept seeing the teuro is a directive of chile studies actually show that people who consume chilly 10 to burn fat more efficiently and in animal studies uh there's a real demonstration that you can cheap wait laws by feeding chile to the animals but there's a limit to that because i'm a dj chile can you consume i accidentally put some of the chile's seeds the into recipe always making the other day and it turns out the seeds are much more pungent much spicier much hotter than the chilly itself and so i took his little tiny chile and put it into a big part of that laws making full use it chicken with green sauce and i ended up pepper and he says 'let me up so next time i'm take some of the deadly seeds and just get rid of them before the chile to the dish but it turns out if you like spicy food you might live longer according to researchers they sunday thirty percent reduction in total mortality so they studied uh consumers of chile found by the way consumers of hot red chili peppers tend to have a lot of health risks they often smoke cigarettes uh many year mexicanamerican the drink alcohol consume of more vegetables which is a good thing uh but also more meets the head lower hdl cholesterol which is not a good thing when it comes to cardiovascular risk nonetheless they found that the big consumers of chile's had a lower risk of dying and that's the great finding and suggest with spicy foods once again can exert a protective effect it's something that we've.

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"university vermont" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on WCHS

"We needed to power plants that energy solutions consortium has been planning for what a year over year and one as i said is in brooklyn already have a location ford it's near a is near the pennsylvania border a reclaimed mine site that's now wilderness area menaj teen or 28 for that uh there's that's on site it's been forgiven one is in harrison county but i tell you more about that in a in a few minutes because i think it is important to uh gget as much as we can about this and again we should learn more one would job back from china tomorrow veterans j but we're not gonna be on the air tomorrow the show we want to talk about it today with howard hebron howard hibbard as us army veteran he's a decorated veteran from his service in vietnam he's one of the guys know where people were going to the college to get out of the military he quit college too good a vietnam he joins us on metronews talkline howard good morning how are you sir good morning anchor heavy on his young thanks for coming on sir one really damaging statistic as we go into veteran's day that the suicide rate for veterans is what twenty percent higher for veterans in his for the application that eighteen percent of all suicides our veterans what's going on here howard welded the new veteran scottie meant to twotonne sixteen find twenty veterans are of committing suicide you begin to cover the cost of other veterans who are in hospital fruits overdoses drug abuse and underemployment and now as the va dropping the ball here or is this a tragic fact of life of service what is it what would it would not be intelligent instituted brown university there's an article by annan's dogged kgb on february two thousand seventeen but a us military veterans difficult transition back to civilian life now we put for approval for my story i i wasn't college he has a software university vermont and then i could have stayed there but i was struck by lightning or stupidity whenever i went out and bought a gi joe cowering buck half a bourbon some denny's crayons we've back the fraternity got drunk covering the pictures and i i quit school and join the army i did bc training at the answer training kennedy school and end up on the cambodian border with the twice the over.

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"university vermont" Discussed on Froning and Friends

Froning and Friends

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on Froning and Friends

"In order to be a baseball player than i wanted to be a firefighter so honor the great thing around the end of high school i realize like i'm good at math and i can't read as like a needle fear yeah it's actually yet the the guidance counsellors like you ever thought of engineering us no no but i will i do that what kind you have your degree in mechanical engineering wow and we're you go school uh university vermont restore nor what's what's the mascot un rishard sean in a little button that even not really not really now the big in hockey golf yeah i think hockey university vermont best i have got up you hey we have gugel fact check jack that's what he should event what is it a lack checker what what you should be effect that should be raised official title fact jack looser fact checker you should from now on you should have a computer setup for anything that ellie says i bring lots of great facts i freely you could be like the dan that's on the dan patrick show dre the dinner fact checker yep university of vermont's burlington uh acceptance rate of sixty nine point three percent your lyles which is the cat amounts the kadam unless a cat relics yell kenema colours dana golda cata amount cat amount it's a it's like a body get yeah like out i did nine on the admiral who who else is the cat amounts of the school north carolina to can amount dangerous.

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"university vermont" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"I read in he said ryan ordinarily i would do this hour you i know what you wanted over here i all you know i'm running a barham twenty two can't really rubbed who nickels together and right let's just get this thing they're gonna aggregate agree with these credits man or you get these credit so we worked on long form projects and actually took way more work who had been easier to stick a class arrun tire thesis i'm talking like almost one hundred pages on the voting habits of of northern and southern ron serious it was one of the most extensive things i've ever done what was the biggest take away from that it that noone mussa nor the ramadhan that's why they're voting records are very similar the that's a good number i have never forgotten that now yeah no one else cares and i'm talking about art much more important stuff gets you here with an an vulnerable to a responding to everything that we've been doing last year's they sent us up to remarks were doing that from dr pepper they're covering this deal thank you dr pepper live brogdon at the red square university vermont homecoming college football playoff trophy presented by dr pepper the one vans grave well wasn't a playoff cameras national championship for cam noon with auburn and he comes out yesterday and makes these remarks to jordan rodrigue a female reporter from the charlotte observer as she ask him a question of our routes near cevers frame lau godbolt a theory embrace party routes will ingles i came here early in the cultural as funny to hear female talk about routes lay.

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"university vermont" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on WCHS

"So the 38 jobber sports years car wiggs scouted morning good morning london i've football dominant effort by the detroit lions they improve due to an el couple of touchdown passes for matthew staffer they also got a big special teams play there it is the rookie agnew back natural rockett agf who backs up and makes the boy he had to catch that come down to the abc news let me help me god five wow look at rocky how big is that called on wjr radio jamal agnew that 88 yard putt return highlighting detroit's 24 ten win over the giants the lines or two ago new york felt to owen to the struggles continue a kansas third coach david beatty just ran 24 overall one in an teen in big 12 conference play this year the wanted to jay hawkes of lost backtoback games to mid america conference teams central michigan and ohio university no we went through to russia learned on our video we make sure that we talk got proof of each other so we know how we can get brings corrective remind fed is is worn that tunnel tunnel led bar seniors you know and arguing here that have been here for a while ago room yup door gone wrong dan wise booker criminal got rid of it for a long time they simply won't allow working to go in the other direction or not that supplement we really feel good about kansas has won just one conference game and the first two seasons under beatty in the mountaineers will visit they're coming up on saturday for noon kickoff that's the big 12 opener poor bowl schools high school football fare monsignor beat rodel bridgeport for the second straight time and now perhaps comes a bigger test against aaa caught up a one university vermont senior coach nick bart's it got a second huge challenge in as many waving a wart or yard your george crying and bigger madam here and now in there could be battle your company baker you are your cured choi it and god you're paid a course rep working don't panic they report updated metro news power rankings for high school football the route now the ss easy playoff rankings will be updated later today find them at the website as well milwaukee beat the.

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"university vermont" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"university vermont" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Stay tuned for sixty seconds of ap news headlines right after this podcast last golfer phone calls what are you watch tonight there's college owing on yet college board that it's taped from to allocate don't tell me out in along luca di novi the college bowling yeah i knew a guy who is on ohio states bowling tickets that's not a is that a scholarship sport i'm not being facetious i don't know if it is but other a the bowling to have you on medicaid who got a college partial scholarship for snowboarding to a school in colorado thought i i can see that i think vermont university vermont part of their curriculum you get to go ski what a deal no grave do they have costs yossif yet for east sports yeah they do uh robert morris in pittsburgh i think i remember reading about them these sports is no they they're packing buildings there there there's something to it that's a whole different generate a generation or two removed from it go to the staples center and watch a kid play video games but they put it up on the monitor on all my i wanted to know all its leroy jangkeun ali rijeka and that's what i do isn't lee roy jenkins like ten years old he's wanted ten years ago jake where the guy is strategy there what was the gaelic world war crafter mortal combat and all of a sudden this guy is that he does yells out janet lee leroy.

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