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Duchess of Cornwall 'Can't Stop Talking' About Joe Biden's 'Long, Loud' Fart at COP26

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | 2 weeks ago

Duchess of Cornwall 'Can't Stop Talking' About Joe Biden's 'Long, Loud' Fart at COP26

"A lot of people listening right now don't know this, but this is it's been all over the Internet. I love when people say it's been all over the Internet, or the Internet is angry about something. Well, the fact of the matter is that at the G 8 summit or the G 6 summit when they were talking about greenhouse gases and climate change, this is not a joke, folks. This is a sad statement. Our leader Joe Biden, vice President Biden was with Camilla Parker Bowles, the duchess, of Cornwall. The duchess of Cornwall. Now that is, this is the woman that Charles was enamored of during his marriage with Princess Diana. You'll remember this. And then eventually, of course, he married Camilla Parker Bowles, who is now the Dutch as she styled officially as the duchess of Cornwall. Now, if you hear those sirens, I'm in Wichita, Kansas. So I have no idea whether it would be sirens here. It doesn't make any sense. Usually we have science in New York. Anyway, I'm in Wichita. And I want to tell you about where I am and everything. But before I get into all that, I just want to say that there was a royal incident that was reported. It's all over the news this morning. I have put it on Twitter. If you don't follow me on Twitter or on gab or just make sure it's not a tornado siren, right? I don't know what that was happening. I don't know. All I know is I'm in Wichita. They tell me. So it seems that Joe Biden while he was talking to Camilla Parker Bowles, the duchess of Cornwall and the wife of the Prince Charles, he I don't know how to put this. He passed what we would like to call gas, very loudly. And it was a long, low kind of like a boatswain's call. If you've ever been in the navy, actually no, that's high pitched. This was, but it was widely reported. Camilla talked to people about it and it got out. So it's all over the news. And I guess this is what you call breaking news.

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U.S. Preparing for 'Worst Case Scenario' Where 400K Migrants Could Cross Border This Month

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. Preparing for 'Worst Case Scenario' Where 400K Migrants Could Cross Border This Month

"Breaking and just the last couple of minutes. The united states prepares for a worst case scenario in october. We are probably going to see. Four hundred thousand illegals will come across the border if a covert restriction that is blocked most migrants for the last two years has been lifted thursday. Nbc four hundred thousand people to give an idea. That's more people than the entire population of honolulu. Cleveland new orleans tampa wichita kansas in one month that in one month four hundred thousand new illegals will pour into the country

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Kansas priest considered for sainthood is buried in Wichita

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Kansas priest considered for sainthood is buried in Wichita

"The Kansas pres considered for sainthood is buried in Wichita thousands of people filled in arena and what to talk to honor a Kansas priest who died during the Korean War army chaplain a milk upon died in may nineteen fifty one at a POW camp while ministering to fellow prisoners he was awarded the medal of honor in twenty thirteen coupons remains were identified and March and returned to his Kansas family last week in nineteen ninety three the Catholic Church name coupon a servant of god the first step in a lengthy process that could lead to sainthood I'm Walter Ratliff

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Interview With Ellen Wiles, Author of 'Live Literature'

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

02:14 min | 4 months ago

Interview With Ellen Wiles, Author of 'Live Literature'

"Welcome to monaco reads very much. No let's start with a little bit of your background because you've been a barrister and a musician that some way away from way you are. Now it is yes. I've had an interdisciplinary background or checkable trades. You could say yeah. I think having a background in music and also in advocacy is embarrassed as bobby shape the way i think about literature and the relationship between the texted. The voice of before wins. Allston bed into my approach to this new book on life that you now absolutely. Because you've got this wonderful kind of very clean analytical thought going on and i guess that's the barrister side of you but also the lovely rhythm that goes through the book and i'm guessing that's music i think so yeah i'm really interested in rhythms and the sound of words and the sound of voices and the way that those will feed together to affect how we think about about text books about communication meeting so this book live literature. The experience and cultural value of literary performance events from silence to festivals is absolutely fascinating particularly to me because my other job is as a charrette literary events. And you'll very much drilling down into into what live literature is how would you define it. Well i defined as events where literature and abroad senses performed. I'm in this country. Focusing live in person events so what happens when people get in a physical space together. And that's become all the more heightened importance and challenged in this pandemic times when sunday. All these live in person events had to change and that will happen just as as this book was about to come out so it forced me to really thank you. Know what what is the difference between a live in person event in digital abandon. How can we value them differently. But yet It's huge. It's increased so much. This century the tweet festivals loomed all over the world but also other events. And i want to take about the importance of little events in bookshops and miss recitals. Different kinds of ways in wichita can be full audiences.

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"I find that that is how i think through problems and achieve goals and meditate You know. I don't wanna say don't you know. Take a media in but you find that time to listen and and absorb and and had to be still sure. I'm definitely gonna take got advice. Because that is i think i fill pretty much any silence with content. So it's probably not a good thing. So i'll definitely take whether i mean if i'm driving. I'm listening to a podcast if i'm at work. Listen to podcasts on doing the dishes watching youtube video. Listen to podcasts they. I think that's something that a lot of people can apply. I think i'm not alone in kind of overconsumption of media or whatever it is yeah. It's not always easy it sometimes. It's hard But just trying to do a little bit. Each day is helpful for sure. So i have a couple questions These are kind of wichita based So what is your favorite part of. Or what is a hidden. Jim in wichita like well. I recently did a little co lab With my friend vanessa of when delightful life. She has a little wichita blog. And i talk about places that i like to run or bike or paddle to and get treats So i'm kind of like a reward based person lay my siberian husky. Very food and reward motivated So anywhere that. I can go and like have like a really good The smoothie or cookie or that kind of thing so some of my favorite places. I really like j. Raise at newmarket square for like cook. Cookies i like Kogo dolchai i mean. They used to be local. But now. But they just do a really good job of branding. And and i love. I love a quick trip. Ice tea right so these things are. I don't these are food based in tree. Mark has delicious sandwiches. Tangents soup kitchen But the point is is that you. You don't just have to drive. The downtown has gotten so fun of like who can walk. You can bike. You can pack a picnic Central riverside park is glorious and beautiful and huge. And it's always been fun. i mean it. You have to have a little zoo there. And i love the historic structures and i loved the parks Like outdoor amphitheater. So kind of like you know walking tour blink exploring old parks. You know through on In there several books and references out there and that kind of thing so again like i love the history of wichita of the eagle used to do some really great reporting and now and now we have the same people in different areas of town that our resources you know old photos and books and stuff available so i think like finding those kinds of things and reading studying And then you can like once you understand the history of a place. Then you can kind of know like where you're where you're coming from midtown is also super fun. I took a parker on a driving tour of a hidden. Little place up some of these historic houses. The used aba midtown walking tour. I don't think they did with the pandemic but you can go kind of go into these houses. These old victorian different style clean style houses. It's so fun. Because they're right here in wichita their old neighborhoods and you just learned so much and you can kind of connect with the city's history and past which make you more proud and more you understand your sense of place rather than just like randomly hanging out in a suburb That doesn't like anger you to anything. So like owning discovering reading A so i like my hidden. Gems are those kinds of things. I love that. That's very cool Is there anything you wish which had that. it doesn't or what would you improve about..

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

05:11 min | 4 months ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"All right this is land with the wichita podcast. I'm here with jennifer strong mcconnachie. How're you doing today. i'm great. how are you landed. i'm doing well. Can you just introduce yourself to the listeners. A little bit absolutely. I am A lifelong wichita. And i. I did leave a little bit to kind of go to college but i live here. I work here. I have a family here. all about I actually like wichita so much. I kinda wrote a book about it. in a way I have a new book coming out in september. It launches on september twenty eight and it's during pre sales right now so if you hear me talking about it and you're like oh i got buy that you can buy it today. You can order it today. But it officially launches in september And so the book is called go. Far how endurance sports help you win at life and it is Some stories of adventure life. I grew up doing triathlons and running all around the midwest. And then i got into ultra running around..

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Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Calls for People to Get Involved Locally

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 5 months ago

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Calls for People to Get Involved Locally

"And, you know, I gave a speech last night and I said, I'm starting to see this awakening. Now in America where people are figuring this out, Mr Secretary, they got their kids textbooks for the first time when they were kept home from school. The champion American values pack, are you I know you kind of hinted at it. But are you going to be getting into some of those local things as well? Or is it going to be primarily House races and Senate races? Because that's where I think we could really? Make a difference with a name like yourself, you know, backing up people at the extreme local level. I mean, you could make them famous overnight. Yeah, I started my political career running for the homeowners Association. For my goodness. This is by the way. Yes, it was all of that traffic. It was. It was every bit of that. Look, I was creativity person. I helped a woman run for City Council back in Wichita, Kansas, right? These are the places where families are most impacted the way crime has handled the way our schools are dealt with. These are the places that matter. An awful lot will get all the headlines from get back when they're being about congressional and Senate races, But Want to make sure that everyone knows that when they say, Mike, what can I do? How can I help? We'll be part of cat back and then go go there Gonna on P t a meeting? Go, go Watch the little league game. Watch What's taking place in your schools and in your precinct that your police stations? Be a poll worker, all the things that are the grist of the greatness of our nation. If you'll just take a little bit of time to go do that alongside raising your family and doing the things in your community. I'm long in America. We're going to be just fine. If people begin to do that, And then I'm encouraged by what you said last night about you're starting to see that energy. I've seen it, too. I'm excited about

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

03:17 min | 7 months ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"A favourite coffee bracket challenge on instagram twitter. After hundreds of oats il primo came out as a winner for both brackets. Checkout il primo. Today today's guest is megan. Reese she is the owner of the five. Firehouse subs in the wichita area. We discuss what led her to open. Firehouse subs what. It's like to operate a franchise business and what it was like to own a restaurant during the pandemic german conversation with megan reese already. I'm here with megan res. How're you doing. I'm doing great. We are glad to have you. I'm excited to hear a little bit about your story. But can you go ahead and just introduce yourself to our listeners. i am a firehouse. Subs franchisee my husband. And i own for wichita area by your house stops and then we also have one in hutchinson kansas. All right cool. So what is your relation to wichita so you obviously have business here. But have you always been in. Wichita story i. I'm actually born and raised in. Wichita went to elementary school and south. Wichita i graduated from derby. High school My my husband is from. he's bill. He went to campus so vocal. Yeah we're both local. And we both graduated from wichita state. Oh very cool..

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NCAA Tournament All-Haiku First-Round NCAA Tournament Preview

Mornings on Maine Street

01:03 min | 9 months ago

NCAA Tournament All-Haiku First-Round NCAA Tournament Preview

"Speaking of reason, along We're breezing straight into March Madness. Aspinall, what's going on in that regard sports service of how our brothers out their power and hardware, So take it to the hoop. Caleb. Thanks, Bill. The NC Double eight tournaments First four Playing games finished last night, Texas Southern Beat Mount ST Mary's 60 to 52. They'll play Michigan on Saturday. Drake beat Wichita State 53 52. They'll take on USC. Norfolk State beat Appalachian State 54 53 to set up a match up with number one ranked Gonzaga U C L. A beat Michigan State in overtime 86 to 80. They'll play BYU next. The first round of the tournament starts today. The first game will be a 12 15. With Florida taking on Virginia Tech. Georgia Tech will play it four o'clock taking on Loyola Chicago, Ed Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The Jackets will be without a cc men's player of the year. Moses right first round will continue tomorrow with games. Also starting at 12 15 and the Georgia Tech Women will also play their first round NC double a tournament game coming up on Sunday. They'll take on Stephen F. Austin at 4, 30 San Antonio. Georgia will play their first round game on Monday of next week. They'll be taking on

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UCLA beats Michigan St 86-80 in overtime in First Four game

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

UCLA beats Michigan St 86-80 in overtime in First Four game

"Hi I'm a hockey has converted a three point play to force overtime and finished with twenty seven points as UCLA outlasted Michigan state eighty six eighty we knew we had to come out so I have a different energy defensive mindset and try to get try to get steals and transition John Walker the third scored a season high nineteen points in Texas southern came back from a thirty twenty halftime deficit to beat mount St Mary's sixty fifty two Drake earned its first NCWTS win since nineteen seventy one it's just a few superfoods scored twenty one points to the fifty three fifty two victory over Wichita state devante Carter made two free throws with eight point six seconds left lifting Norfolk state past Appalachian state fifty four fifty three I'm Dave Ferrie

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Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 bill wins final approval in House

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:58 min | 9 months ago

Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID-19 bill wins final approval in House

"I'm anthony davis congress. Ribbon along party. Lines approved the landmark point nine trillion dollar covert nineteen relief bill on wednesday as president. Joe biden and democrats claimed a major triumph. Phone legislation marshalling. The government spending might against twin pandemic economic crises. The depended a nation. The house gave final congressional approval to the sweeping package by aena party. Line two hundred twenty two hundred and eleven vote precisely seven weeks off to biden into the white house and four days after the senate passed the bill. Republicans in both chambers oppose the legislation unanimously characterizing his bloated crammed with liberal policies and signs the crises are easing most noticeable. Too many americans provision providing up to fourteen hundred dollars in direct payments this year to most adults and extending three hundred dollar weekly. Emergency unemployment benefits into september. The legislation goes far beyond that. The measure addresses democrats campaign promises and biden's top initial priority of a one two punch that i hit the country a year ago since then many americans have been relegated to hermit like lifestyles in their homes to avoid a disease. That killed over five hundred. Twenty five thousand people about the population of wichita kansas and plunged the economy into its deepest depths since the great depression for biden and democrats. The bill is essentially a canvas on which they've painted the core beliefs. That government programs can be a benefit not a bane to millions of people. And that spending huge sums on such efforts can be a cure

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Wichita State holds on to surprise No. 6 Houston 68-63

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 10 months ago

Wichita State holds on to surprise No. 6 Houston 68-63

"Outreach Gilbert and Tyson Etienne each scored sixteen points for Wichita state sixty eight sixty three win over number six Houston Gilbert was three for four from beyond the arc for the shockers who were ten of twenty two from three point range it was a satisfying win for a team I was leading the game let's make history Afghanistan let's make history you know in in the guise file do we did just that so it's an amazing feeling to do that it was Wichita state's first home win over a top sixteen since knocking off number two Louisville in February nineteen sixty seven the shockers moved into first place in the American athletic conference at ninety two percentage points ahead of the eleven and three Cougars Dejan Perot led Houston with sixteen points I'm Dave very

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Bitcoin - The Religion

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:19 min | 10 months ago

Bitcoin - The Religion

"Joe wasn't thaw welcome to the indicator. Thanks for having me sa- joe. We know that bitcoin was created back in two thousand and nine to currency. That doesn't need a centralized authority to give it legitimacy. No government no central bank. It was meant to be a truly peer to peer digital currency but its origins are totally mysterious and enigmatic. So that's seems like the right place to start the analogy between bitcoin and religion. Yeah absolutely i mean. I don't think you can talk about bitcoin at all. Without sort of discussing the fact that it was created by someone who is very profit. Like there's person souto she nakaboto we don't know his real name at all. We do know he created it but there are a lot of things about him that our profit like. We know the fact that at some point he seems to have disappeared or died or departed the earth's he wrote this thing called the white paper which is originally the sort of. I think it's just a ten page document. Essentially outlining how a digital peer to peer money would work and it was this huge problem that people try to work on for a long time and in this paper he just spelled it out exactly how it worked that document that he wrote i original founding spiritual He also wrote other texts for example on message boards. The bitcoin talk message board in might be similar to a tall mud in wichita commentary on the original vision and even today people go back and look at that white paper or look at his comments on the message board to try to divine meeting to try to guide them in terms of the direction that they're taking the movement. Yeah right from jump. You've got a mysterious founder who prematurely left the realm so to speak in which his followers at initially encountered him and he left behind these sacred texts all very much resembling a prophet lots of aspects of him profit like another thing of course that we associate with. Prophets is a certain level of selflessness. Right that they want to do something. That's good for the world that they want to give something. Extraordinary things is that is far as we know he himself or whoever he is here she never a profited. Personally bitcoin the total value them as of right. Now it's close to a trillion dollars. The bitcoin into toshi's wallet which can be seen would make him theoretically one of the richest people in the world. There's never been a coin sold from that but again it's because there is certainly can identify this mystical origin. All these things associated with the prophets toshi are so are surprised. Yeah indefinitely and bitcoins. Early years. there were a lot of what you might call proselytisers apostles saints people just spreading the word when it was still the small fringe like movement. And from what. I understand they even have exactly right so it's not just that there's like this called again. What are some things that we think of in a religion. There's obviously the belief system but then there's also just things that people in the religion do practices rituals absurd and you see that with bitcoin. Dr holidays once every four years the pace of issuance of new. Bitcoin declines in half. They call it the having harvest festival accept. It only takes place for years. There's the day that sort of famous. I think it was twenty eleven. Someone bought a pizza for bitcoin. I think that pizza today would be worth about half a billion dollars or something like that but again people recognize that day every year and this is bitcoin pizza day so again like literal holidays that are on a calendar sanctification of time. Really important and also joe. There have been a lot of bitcoin scandals through the years. A lot of doubters. Who've kind of said you know. Bitcoin will only ever be useful for things like money laundering or other shady things were. It's helpful to use a currency that no central authority is watching. The doubters might end up being proved right about that by the way but the point is that much like religion. It took some time for bitcoin to start gaining a wider more mainstream acceptance to the point where it is now even big wall street. Investors and a few big companies have bought bitcoin with their cash. Who knows if that will last but it took a while to get here. Yeah exactly right and you know. I think the other thing is probably everybody is familiar with somebody in their life. Who like acquired bitcoin and then literally just will never talk about anything else again. And it is sort of this weird like brain virus like somewhat. Suddenly someone will get into it and it's all the tweet about. That's all they talk about. Especially in the early days. I think if you look at them as sort of religious convert suddenly that behavior makes more sense and to that point this sort of the vilification the evilness of central bankers the evilness of fiat. Money the evilness of the fed and bailout and everything like that again. All sort of consistent with the idea of a sort of religious

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Learjet, the private plane synonymous with the jet-set, nears end of runway

Airplane Geeks Podcast

05:49 min | 10 months ago

Learjet, the private plane synonymous with the jet-set, nears end of runway

"Very well. Kick it off with an item from cnn says learjet once the goto private plane for celebrities is ending production. How their jetty courses owned by bombard. Aa they say that they will stop production later. This year bombarded said that they will concentrate on the challenger and global aircraft which are more profitable but The company's gotta interesting history David started in one thousand nine hundred sixty two by bill. Lear and i think entry into service was nineteen sixty three for the longest time. It was the ultimate status symbol. Business jet i mean it. It's been shows up in song. Like carly simon song and it was flown by the stars and it looked good. I mean it. it's kind of. It's kind of unfortunate that we're going to lose an aircraft that looked fast and and represented the elite all those years but it. It's been around a long time. Originally goes back to a company that lear formed called swiss american aircraft corporation located in in switzerland but that That didn't last too long and were were moved but i understand that the first learjet was actually adapted from a nineteen fifties swiss ground attack fighter. Aircraft the ffa p sixteen so. I wasn't aware that origin till a little bit of research today. It's a class of aircraft that most as this article points out that most people don't want it's holds five to seven And it you know anybody who wants a fast business jet once more people so there. We're talking about globals and challengers so I guess it's just it's time has come on for and just unfortunate 'cause it's always been one of my favorite aircraft up including my nineteen seventy-two matchbox sky busters earlier jet bright little yellow and white body. So they will be missed. So i'm sure they'll be flying around for a long time well. And there's another factor as well to and you're talking about the five to six place said jet market and that is that the non three hundred of which they've sold about five hundred now is lower price so i think they just got Undercut by the competition also the fbi non one hundred which is even less expensive. So that's part of the changing market Now we've talked on the show years about the restructuring of bombay and they've been selling off in a low performing units. They've had a huge amount of debt to pay down. Which is why they've been selling them off. We talked here about when they sold the series their airliner which was sold off to airbus. And this is going to be Job cuts all over the place in a separate article. I saw that. I think about three hundred people will lose their jobs in wichita allow the production is based another arrest. Seven hundred i think are being lost in either quebec or ontario of because there's some being lost in both provinces i forget which one was the most but one was seven hundred and the other was a one hundred so big impact All the way around it does really make party a instead of the cult conglomerate that it was with all kinds of different things including a railcar business very much a single business entity and we've talked in the past how feel a lot of the business jet companies. They've gotten multiple businesses Textron's a great example And so this is really gonna make them highly subject to the you know the ups and downs of the market and fortunately the markets in an upturn business jets are selling well but boy. This'll be a real challenge for them. The future i think when there's a downturn in the market bill. Lear william powell. Lear was also an interesting guy course. he's He died longtime ago in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy eight. So it's been it's been quite a while and we've mentioned before that he actually invented the eight track Which many of our Younger listeners are not gonna know what that is. Tell us what is that. Because i don't know what an eight track is. I had one of those In my truck. Back in the let's see would have been in the Early seventies but he was a self taught engineer. But you know what. I didn't realize is that he was actually a call. Your trophy winner. But not for the learjet. Do you know what he won the collier trophy for david. No i didn't know he won a collier trophy. He did for the f. five autopilot. The autopilot was for the lear jet. Not for an f five. That was a test david. You passed double checking very good man. So yeah now bombarded says that they're going to continue to to support the aircraft ecorse encouraging and really to be expected But yeah it's kind of sad to see an old name like that disappear all right we have From marketwatch archer aviation gets one billion dollar order from united airlines on the same day announces. A deal to go public Max united airlines united is getting interested in vitale aircraft.

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Former Pro & Collegiate Basketball Player Ron Baker Shares His Leadership Lessons

Dose of Leadership

05:52 min | 11 months ago

Former Pro & Collegiate Basketball Player Ron Baker Shares His Leadership Lessons

"Ron baker on dose of leadership to show my friend richard. Good to be here. I've listened to a couple. Well let's Earlier so big fan so we'll have to get launch and get to know each other a little more. Yeah no this is exciting For me it's great. you know. Thank you for so many. Great years as a wichita state shockers fan you gave me such joy and highlights from watching you guys. You know a few years back so it. It's fun having you on the show. Yeah that's great. Some good memories back back in those days. Glad i could be apart of. Yeah so that's interesting you move. How long have you been back in. Wichita i guess i didn't really realize you were back here in town. How long have you been back here on calling his home again. So i played a season in moscow russia. Back when hit. I believe march cedant is kind of when things really shut down over there. We got back stateside around april first. And i just live with old. Audrey made a mine here in wichita since so not even quite a year. Okay interesting well. That's good so. And i think i knew that you'd you'd gone to play a over in moscow. I can't remember that. But i if from an outsider looking in that seems like that would be kinda lonely. I don't know what is that. What was that like going over. There just would seem like so such a culture shock. I think from yards definitely a culture shock. Not really knowing what it's like over there only thing we see as a kid from kansas is what we see on movies or tv shows right seems like russia's always the intimate right reality. Is you over there in his pretty similar to your city the only differences a lot of people over there don't speak english so there's times where it was tough to communicate up to fit in but there's a lot of things to entertain you over there regardless if you can't eight the yourself which was nice ano- as traveled a lot in the marine corps. And then as you're right the more you travel the more a lot of things as it seems right perceptions but even then it's nice to put things in your perspective right and not what someone feed us forest news and i always found it working to things a little differently. Yeah for sure. And i will also found too that it made me appreciate what we have where we came from right. I mean even when you do that in the states and both coming from kansas when my kids are grown up. And i remember too i wanted to. I'm and can't wait to get out of kansas. And then i lived ten years for the most part in the west coast in southern california loved it and then kind of came back after nine eleven. And we've been here. Ever since. And i remember saying this isn't so bad i mean i think everybody should go out and experience everything else but man. It is nice i think sometimes. Kansas gets a bad rap. You know what i mean. I mean yeah right some excitement as there's nothing to do yeah but in reality there's a ton to do because you have for example new york city. Everything's on top of one another. Don't really have freedom of movement the space to do what you want. And that's kinda wear what you were saying. You come back to kansas and you take for granted we're given year Just in the state alone another thing. Is we really really start to appreciate our freedoms as far as our country allows us to do especially when you go over to those other countries across upon. Things are a lot different over there compared to here. Yeah i remember even just like little things of go into a for example even a grocery store and like here you walk into a super target or super walmart in la you have. Can you get say peanut butter. For example. they'll be ten different brands of peanut butter at the super target. A lot of times he go someplace somewhere else. There's there's one brand or maybe two in in the shelves or somewhat empty. I don't know it's just little things like that. You're right so it makes me appreciate what we do. Have your in the space especially the space in kansas like yards even in southern california's like man. Anyway want to talk about leadership with you right all right and i've always appreciated something about you from an outsider looking in not just barely knowing you knowing you a little bit one thing. I've always appreciated about. You is your level of composure. I talk about on this show. That one of the things of leadership had the foresees compose confident consistent and courageous composers always. I've always loved how you carry yourself on and off the basketball field. How intentional is that for you. I mean if you look back at your role models at your examples. Is that something that just was ingrained in you to something that you're intentional about it. You should level of composers has always stuck out to me yet. Composers a good word when it comes to leadership has when you're a leader seems like everyone's always looking at you no matter when or where Though as a athlete as myself. Regardless of where. I go i always got you know realize. There's people watching me. There's people looking up to me whether it's kids or people my age so it's always important to treat people the correct way be genuine is always kind of on a pedestal. That you're always aware you're being watched.

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What Went Wrong With Cyberpunk 2077?

Kinda Funny Games Daily

08:46 min | 11 months ago

What Went Wrong With Cyberpunk 2077?

"Sarah twenty. Seventy seven was twenty. Twenty s hottest. Game in shaping up to be a good enough launch when reviews for the pc version began trickling out a few days before december. Twelve release date but once players got their hands on syrup. Twenty seventy seven especially the. Ps four and xbox one versions excitement turned into frustration as players encountered bugs glitches in more in a report from bloomberg's jason schreier developers. That city project red knew the game was not ready for launch in two thousand twenty according developer quote. They expected the game to you. Ready in twenty twenty. Two based on the progress team was making back in two thousand nineteen beyond just bugs and glitches. Sarah sarah overall performance in playability on consoles like the base. Ps four and xbox one reviled. I gave the concert versions of cyberpunk twenty seventy seven specifically a four in its review. One hurdle was that the developers tried to develop the engine and game simultaneously decision. One developer cyberpunk says was like quote trying to drive a train while the tracks are being laid in front of you at the same time. According to bloomberg. Sarah punk twenty-seven versions not the version have been hammered by players for for glitches and bugs. Some bugs which are game raking and ended up crashing the entire game or sometimes the system is being played on and we'll put a pause there because also acknowledge the pc version does have its fisher. Bugs also but the conservation is definitely have way more issues in the pc version back to the article developers seemingly pushed through challenges by believing they could overcome these obstacles themselves. Similar to the infamous. By where magic but sarah punk twenty seventy seven was developed through periods of intense crunch and a follow up to follow a tweet shire claims that despite promises from management that crunch would not be required. Some managers guilty employees into working more hours by saying other employees will work longer to pick up the slack. Salaries were also reportedly low with one junior programmer. Making around seven hundred dollars a month as for why early previews of cyberpunk twenty seventy seven demo to the public at events like e. three twenty nineteen look better than the final product. That's because the demo was entirely fake. According to the report neither code nor the gameplay was finalized when the demo was made in months spent working on a fake demo took away from developing the full game schrafft's report also references things like cultural challenges caused by language barriers There's this whole double dip release strategy that the studio wanted to go for where The game officers meant to come out in spring The reason why one reason why they wanted to come out. Spring was so that they could release on current. I guess now last gen consoles and then released again on next gen consoles and have that double dip having both those console versions out obviously game got delayed and so that didn't happen happen. The exact way they wanted to even though we still have next inversions coming scheduled later this year and then another thing that stri- report references and the fact that the game was announced in two thousand twelve but apparently full development didn't start until late two thousand sixteen. Tim where do you stand with all this. I mean look at this point. where do i stand with. Like one of the most complicated. Just like there's so many different facets that go into this right like at the end of the day. I stand against the project red and how this all went down like we. How many times do we need to say like this game should not have been released the way that it was just period outing times. Do we need to say that. Like crunch is bad and we need to fix all this stuff. All this is to me. Is we being now in. Twenty twenty one firmly in twenty twenty one developers. Publishers media outlets. Everybody they need to open their eyes to start paying a little bit more attention. Because if you make these mistakes constantly you do not change. You do not fix. Despite the countless flags that have went up for the last decade specifically the last couple of years. Jason is gonna get you. Jason tries to get in there and exposed the living. Fuck out of you and your the entire team and that it hits a point where there is no recovering from that. So it's like that fear alone should probably motivate you to make some changes on top of the you know human decency side of the whole thing right but this is inevitable. Of course shire was going to get in there and of course he was going to talk to people and of course that's going to crap narrative that is extremely not favorable to cd project red. For good reason. They made a lot of very very very poor choices. Yeah now reading this report like a lot of it is not surprising just given the context of how everything's gone down right like seeing the the game delayed multiple times like from this bring into september from september and november and then from november into december. I think that paints a clear picture of okay. Yeah like we know. This thing isn't ready yet but we think we can get there. Okay no like. It's not ready but we we think we can get there with the next delay and that combined with the idea of okay. Yeah no we want to release twice so that we can double dip on consoles And them having to delay into basically the next generation was still have the current gen versions only available. I think that speaks to the fact that they they understood that they weren't ready And it's very much seems like a shit or get off the pot situation for them. All right yeah. We got to put this thing because if we don't like we're not gonna make the money on it and we can't keep people waiting we'll this game everybody be ready. I feel like those questions get asked overall. This feels like a tale of a studio thinking that because they put out a successful project that means that they can't have a fail and that is very evident that specific quote from Jason's article where he talks about. How like people were challenging the timeframe of sarah pumpkin whether or not they could get on time and somebody basically answered back. We'll figure it out along the way because he made the winter three and that is not an acceptable answer right like that shouldn't be cause for complacency. Because you put out incredible project. Five years ago i forget if i mentioned this in the actual article but like there was also the reference of how quickly the team grew after the witcher. Three like basically. The team doubled in size between the wichita. Three and cd project red and they didn't necessarily account for that. And so when you have a team that grows like that. And you don't your your company culture and your pipelines and your processes don't grow alongside that to allow for that For for that ease of growth. Then yeah you're gonna have issues like you can't you can't you can't operate like a big company but also still behave like the small indie company in that. Seems like a lot of what they're what they're doing. Which is unfortunate. Because that's result in sarah twenty seventy seven. Yeah absolutely you know the. I think most shocking thing to come from this are the implications. That three was fake. Like that to be something that i struggled to fully believe or fully. Get behind this on so much. Believe as budgets. Get behind that statement. Because it's like all demos or fake demos to some extent. And i feel like that's this to me is a perfect example of when it rains it pours and it's like when you make dire mistakes you're going to get called out and then you get exposed for every single thing To levels that you wouldn't necessarily be criticized and everything else right you know But anyways like yeah the the each. I definitely want to know more about of him implying. It's fake or not. We do have more context on that. Because adam consider not consistent adam oh no it. Is adam barsky. Yeah from cd project. Red actually responded on twitter. Quote tweeted jason with a whole response. I'm gonna pull from adam. Bankers with adam. Bankers did a good write up on it. From aegean the response goes like this. Adebayo adebayo the steam ahead of cd project. Red has responded to a recent report regarding cyberpunk twenty seventy seven alleged fake three demo and development issues while it's hard for a trade show game demo not to be a test of vision or vertical slice two years before the game ships. But that doesn't mean it's fake but ask you wrote. Compare the demo with the game. Look at the at the other side. They're dum dum dum dum. I'm not sure how that's pronounced. But look at the dumdum seen or the car chase or the many other things with the people reading your article may not know is that games are not made in a linear fashion and start looking like the final product. Only a few months after launch or a few months before launched if you look at that demo now is different. Yes but that's what the work in progress watermark is for. Our final game looks implies way better than than what the demo ever was as for missing features that's part of the creation process features features. Come and go as we see if they worker not also car bush's exist in the final game almost verbatim to what we showed in the in the demo.

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Transitioning From Airforce To Airline Pilot With Diane Klein

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

03:23 min | 1 year ago

Transitioning From Airforce To Airline Pilot With Diane Klein

"Those mitchell's show. Tell me about getting in airline job so that was always the end goal. I i remember debt talking to my dad and my dad's friends in high school. I wanted the airlines to airline career. But i wanted to serve my country. I wanted to do both. And that's when we came up with the plan for me to pursue the reserve. If i still had that burning desire to serve my country which i did in college So then after that I was building my flight. China is flying on active duty orders during operation iraqi and enduring freedom and building my flight time and several airlines started to crack the doors open on hiring instill i was able to throw my application in and of fortunately i. I got a bite and part of that. A big part of that was in college during one of my summers. Instead of going home and goofing offer getting a summer job. I did an internship with a major legacy airline and i i kept up with those contacts and kept him informed of what i was doing and When the door cracked open at major legacy airline of they highly encouraged me to put my application in so that resulted in an interview. I was hired in august of two thousand seven And it has been a blast. It's been thirteen years now. Just hard to fathom. I was hired onto the set of thirty seven. Spent nine years flying. Second thirty seven newark new jersey houston texas And then i upgraded to the seven eighty seven seven eighty seven out of la and san francisco. And i've loved every single second. I have zero regrets. I've met some of those wonderful people and the best life on friends ever through the airlines. Show you were with. I assume you were living in las vegas at the time. Is that true or we we were. I was a commuter for many many years muslim. Majority of my thirteen because mark was active duty. So i commuted from alessia commuted from wichita falls texas. And then i commuted from a field. Ohio enough sixteen or to you than i commuted from Some surfer and columbia south carolina and a little bit of charlotte in there couldn't sometimes at a drive to charlotte and then when he went to korea for a year i moved to houston texas and I was actually hired into a management position. A management position in in the chief pilots office and so i moved to take that position and mark was in korea. And i did that for about two years. I spent a year as a seven thirty seven instructor and alligator which was really great. Uh-huh houston and then. I went back into the pilots office on the management role as well then after that we marcus was finished with his your career and he spent a year out here in las vegas we go bachelor bachelorette for about a year. And then he went to the reserves and was able to move back to houston with me and he was hired at a different legacy airline and was based in atlanta and so was flying back and forth to atlanta and houston and las vegas and so we collectively decided. Hey let's move out to the west coast because we both could be based in los angeles fire respective legacy airlines and We decided to for cost of living to live in las vegas and

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College Basketballs Uncertain Return to the Court

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

07:54 min | 1 year ago

College Basketballs Uncertain Return to the Court

"I on thursday. Tupper beat six rate. Kansas ninety awesome performance and then on friday afternoon mark to the gonzaga coach. Confirm that the zags beat auburn on friday morning. Nine hundred sixty seven after a player believed to be julian straw. They're tested positive for covid. Nineteen so norlander. We're gonna get into next credible opening week on the court second. But let's start here where you surprise in an auburn still played on friday after a gonzaga player test positive. I was surprised because my opinion is that if other teams and i'm not saying all other teams but many other teams were in that situation. The game would not have been played in my opinion. If gonzaga ran into the issues it ran into and it was playing in belleville. gonzaga would not have played. It's game on friday. Gonzaga might not have even played a game against kansas or fill in the other opponent again. If you put it in. And i'm i'm speaking from what i'm seeing here and the protocols and everything that goes into place to even holding this in the state of connecticut okay. Gonzaga had a member of its travel party test positive on thursday gonzaga took two different planes to the event specific and has taken two different buses. It's it's doing specifically to guard against this. But obviously there is no full on guarding against this so we played kansas. And we'll get but then you know at least one player as positive another believed to be The players roommate is kept out as a precautionary reason. And the game goes off because and you can speak to a gp. Frankly we'll we'll get to virginia san francisco the minute but i was i was. I was watching that game. So i didn't hear fuse press conference. I've seen some of what he said. They're the relying on the florida health officials as being the ones that were to clear it and the health officials down there made that determination and it might wind up that that determination is going to be okay in the end. But i've received four text messages from coaches to heads to assistance. All of them basically asking why in the hell is gonzaga in auburn. Being allowed to play right now one of them saying if this was us there is no shot in hell that we would have been able to play and so this this is certainly captured. A little bit of attention around the college basketball world understandably so gonzaga's looked awesome. But you can make an easy argument that it that it should not have a have played the game. What are your thoughts. And then what can you share for the listeners. That might not have seen a about what few said in his postgame. Zoom press conference. Okay so mark was clearly asked about it and he said he kept it very simple. He's did we followed turns guidelines not we tournament guidelines were were in place and established. We had this positive test. And then we follow the guidelines and then the florida health officials came in and they contact tracing how they contact tracing. They told us we were okay. We were cleared to play and we play. He kept it. He didn't really expand anymore than that but listen. They didn't do anything illegal. They possibly did something irresponsible but didn't do anything illegal. They didn't act in defiance of the tournament or florida. Health officials noted that florida as a state hasn't taken covid nineteen that seriously to begin with. So what florida. Health officials were okay. Where quite clearly would be the same thing that said california. Health officials are okay. Wis lucky if they wanted to play the game. They're lucky they were in florida as opposed to to somewhere else. And you're exactly right. It's bubble ville or in south dakota. I don't believe this game would have been played. Wichita state got sent home from south dakota because they had maybe a couple of people in the travel and party test positive. They were like okay. Get outta here. You're not playing today. you're not playing tomorrow. you're not playing it off. So i don't know that this game would have been played if it were a tournament. Where you're at or in south dakota but because this was sort of a thing they put together in fort myers as long. Auburn was cool to play and gonzaga wanted to play. they were allowed to pluck. I though was surprised that the game went off. Because i mean we've seen baseball teams. Get shut down over one positive test during the major league baseball season the world series if it would have if the dodgers did not win the game justin turner had to be removed because they got a positive test back of the game so they take justin turner around. They complete that game. The understanding was that game. Seven of the world series would not have been the following night. They would not have played until everybody can test test test for a few days and they make sure it's safe to play and so yes. I was surprised that they played the game. And hopefully nothing comes from it that it doesn't end up being a quote unquote superspreader of it. Because if we an outbreak now at gonzaga because by the way gonzaga tweet video from the locker room after the victory over kansas and they're all celebrating no mask jewish authors in front of mark. Few right in the middle of the celebration. He is believed to be the one who test positive. So hopefully nothing comes of this but if we have a subsequent outbreak at gonzaga or subsequent at auburn gonzaga is going to become the biggest story in college basketball. And it's not going to be a sports story anymore. It won't be because jalen suggs looks. Incredible it'll be because they knew they positive test in their locker room and they played less than twenty four hours putting their players at risk and the auburn players at risk. I hope it doesn't come to that. But if it comes to that this becomes a bigger story than just to college basketball story. It becomes something that's on. Cbs evening news. Yeah we'll wait and see if that does happen. I mean auburn's gotta be you know held equally responsible and all of this because it opted to play the game regardless you know there was no self imposed penalty here. Handed down by bruce pearl. That was not in play on friday and so inherently like. You know the chances. Go up that you're going to potentially be infected. We don't know but it's clearly out there. I mean there are. There are no shortage of schools and athletic directors coaches. Just straight up would not play the game. So we'll wait arizona. State would not play baylor because the baylor coach tested positive. Not even a player who was who was gonna who was on the court with other players twenty four hours earlier right and that came from that even came from above. Bobby's hurley's bobby hurley's had which is the case in a lot of these instances but frankly what gonzaga auburn decided to do it. Just flies in the face of convention in college sports in professional sports that we've seen and we'll will you know we're recording this on friday afternoon. We'll wait and see what's going to happen here. Gonzaga's got some high profile games ahead and we're really enough one of them's blade baylor like if there's if there's one team that's actually going to be good with this like it's baylor. They might just play the game regardless. But we'll wait and see if either of these teams are now forced because if it gets another positive one after that like they have no choice. They're going to have to shut down for two weeks and then ask themselves if playing against auburn was really worth it you know. Was it worth it. Because now you're gonna lose these other games

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"One thing that i learned how to do When i was in college at some point i think is that if i was ever liked distracted Especially about sitting somewhere. I would just stop 'em mike write down what was in like what was whatever was distracting from focusing. I would stop in just like literally like word. Vomit in does do a screen with cut stream of consciousness on the paper and get it out. And then i just keep going. Yeah i will have to try that. Do you journal other than that. Oh yeah like. Sometimes i do think journals this past month. I did like a gratitude journal but unlike cool cool questions not like name three things. You're great right as i think of that. So like you know like name name up person that makes you feel safe or like something cold that noticeable and you came up with all that no i was gonna say more impressive all right so just a couple of which are questions. So what is your favorite part of wichita. Or what's a hidden gem in wichita that people might not know about yes That's a great question. A hidden gem in wichita Probably we probably the library. I'm a nerd. Like every every place i've ever been I've always had a library card. Because i just love being there. I actually ended up being like friends with the With in austin. Just because i ended up at the library And i think that there's always just like cool stuff you can find there but here like.

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"Boyfriend. And i just cried like no. They have the same concept. Like i can't even. I shouldn't do it but i ended up talking to the guy who ran and Yet like it's a little bit similar but it's different and there's a good market like a good network. Yeah absolutely yeah. It's it's just cool to hear about other like it's awesome to hear your story and toss them to hear about their story and is really cool. Do you have anything else. You'd like to cover with the podcast. I know that's i think we got to the heart of it. I i really do though. I hope that people listen to it. And listen to to kind of connect with other people's experiences here in the city I think that each story is so different. One thing that i wanted to do with this season specifically since it's the first one is defined people that live in the different parts of wichita like if you if you grow up here you know that like if you live on the west side you never go to the east side live on the east side go anywhere else really so right and so like it can be so easy to get caught up in your neighborhood into get away in a way and never really find people from different places here even though it's only like twelve it's i don't outside interrupt. Yeah i was just telling somebody else's thing. I love about which i was like. You can get to the other side of town in fifteen minutes but i never go to the other side of town so right and what's funny enough. I grew up on the north side. But now i live all the way out west Because i moved out here for my first job. When i was working at an elementary school and like this is the most i've ever travelled throughout wichita like like when you leave and you come back you learn like i can explore more places than just where i live. I just want people to to do that. In learn about the people live around them and really make our city. Some place they want. Be even if it's not a place they wanna be forever.

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"In wichita in vega grant funds from the knight foundation in the wichita community foundation. So that's where those wilga and they donate it will donate but they gave grant money to three three projects to kind of build up and create community or go to a caused in wichita for my project was selected for one of those There's also to more Like i was talking about be seen was a instill is Kind of like a campaign for asian americans out in and make their presence known here in the city and in the political arena. Sure our camera for the commons which is led by hugo. Saladdin raul ramirez. They and he is actually creating Bike these large camera obscures. And i think he wants to play some of them throughout the city so that people can experience their neighborhoods from a different viewpoint Each of them has really awesome projects. Awesome i'm going to have to get all these names commu. There's been a lot of name. Droughts war and things and projects that i would love to help share and get more audiences to see. What have you learned through making a podcast. What advice would you give to somebody else. That would make a podcast um i. I think that you could probably attest to this in creating a pie The first set of of advice. I'd give is don't be afraid to just let it flow. You know like we all start with like my podcast is going to be good. And this is the only thing it's gonna be an. This is how i wanted to look. I don't want it kinda bad. Sometimes we get so to the first idea and from sounds you just have to let that flow happen and see what works. What doesn't and my just kind of like execute your ideas and you can see what they look like. That's something that kind of stifled me. At the beginning. I was like. I don't know how to do this. So there's definitely a learning curve for that yeah Something i was interested in. So this was a wichita specific podcast but the naming convention kendall leads it to. It could be beyond austin or anything like that. Have you thought anything. They're down that road yes. I'm so glad that conveys own what i originally thought for like long term plan. I wanted to start in wichita because there is. There's this idea that if you come from a place like wichita the only cool people you can find. Don't live here they like when i was growing up anyway I grew up in. I mean i was in my teenage years in the early to late. two thousands and I look to youtube defined people like me. And i didn't find those people in my city so i wanted to start in wichita and show that like in lesser known cities. There are people that are like you or people that have you know struggles or stories. And so i came up with it was beyond which sought was like. But lemme lemme make this like our city. Because maybe i could move to different cities you know not move like find people in different cities. I have a friend who lives in hearn. Nobody has heard of heartaches not and he hates it there but it made me think you know like he's such an awesome person and he lives there. There must be people like that who had want that needs to be. You know one hundred percent for sure has just recording and producing all this up. Has it been a struggle with covid like meet. some people. Don't want me in person or anything like that. That's recording actually. Hasn't been difficult album. I have been using this website called in caster. So i've just been using zoom because it's easy but i'm after. Try to hurt other people. Talk rousing caster..

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"Keeps them rooted here and you know initially my my idea was to collect stories about why people didn't wanna live here sure. Along those people settled right. I was like. I don't wanna be here. I wanna see why everybody else has this idea. Why are people leaving And what's interesting. Is that in this first season of stories. I actually found out you know why certain people stay in why certain people came back in what he is. That routes them here. That makes them feel like this place is home to them right. And so yeah. That's that's the backstory behind the star. How did you fall on the name beyond wichita and that's the full name right. Yes okay cool. I love that question. At first the title. I settled on was wichita watcher story. That's like too many words. Yeah yeah a little bit awful right. And so i had been recording another podcast with my best friend. She used to live here and she moved to She is she's been like so many cities in california abilene right now season La like the la area sorta sure And she literally just did. She put like wichita into a random name generator online and was like ooh one of them i got was beyond wichita falls like what beyond wichita falls like that is i. Yeah that's cool. Yeah that's breaking dope. I'm taking that so you so you're doing a podcast with her at the time yes So i m usually always on at least at least three things at the same time. So we have a podcast just kinda conversational podcast long your long distance conversations okay. Yeah and it's just because we've always lived in different cities since high school in the web. Keep up with each other. Is you know having these really awesome conversations but that one hasn't come yet No no problem. I'm just interested because not a lot of people podcast and it can be kind of hard to get started..

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"And what's interesting. Is that in this season of stories. I actually found out you know why certain people stay in why certain people came back in. What is that routes than here. That makes them feel like this place is home to them. If you make it in new york you could make it anywhere like that city kinda sheets you in mold you. I think that wichitas the opposite. Wichita is a place where you can shape the city rally. Come back to another episode of the witch podcast. My name's landon today. Sponsor is il. Primo espresso cafe il. Primo is the oldest coffee shop in town and one of my favorites is really love. Their black coffee or america's but all of their drinks are incredible. Try to il primo today. Today's guest is paris. Jane perez is a curator at the kansas african american museum. Here in wichita and has a new podcast called beyond. Wichita the can find wherever you listen to podcasts. We talk all about her story. What brought her back to wichita and her passion for storytelling. That created beyond wichita government conversation with paris. Jane all right. I'm here at pairs jane. How're you doing. I am doing pretty good..

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"You don't have that with What do they call legacy news outlets. That's the new term. If you've heard this year i ever that yeah. So the legacy news outlets. They don't because they are selling a particular product. And you know with this with any podcast medium in my opinion or any conversation with human beings. Everyone that you had with your friends. We sat down and had not selling anything you truly selling humanity and the ability to communicate and beat together. We go you know what. I sacrificed my time to be with my little girl to be with this person right and so i better get some darned good out of it exactly. Does that make sense. Well i love the wichita life. It's a it's a. It's a cool. It's a cool podcast. And i love how you you started it very organically because Which it's on needs somebody to to to take them through it the way you are. And you're you're taking people. Through which i in a way make you and i think there's there's plenty of room for like people might see. Oh there's to. Wichita podcasters the ict. Podcast in wichita podcast. And there's been others. The saunders and cash podcasts. Avoid saunders worked on we're not competitors like we're building up building up wichita so And i think there's just there's too many stories that even just week ital- there could be ten more of these in it probably be fine yet no question about it and i. You know it's funny. I don't even consider that land. It doesn't and you know. Ict to me was i. This is the the premise as to why we started this. I would read the wichita business journal. And i would read the wichita eagle honestly can't even remember what the name of the papers. But it's the wichita eagle and these stories. They were of great people or no story whatsoever. They have an agenda and they interview. Somebody and i talked to many of these people that they interviewed. And they say they called and we talked for twenty minutes and they used.

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Gregg Marshall has resigned from Wichita State and will be paid $7.75 million to do so

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Gregg Marshall has resigned from Wichita State and will be paid $7.75 million to do so

"On tuesday. Morning greg marshall in wichita state announced jointly that marshall would be resigning from the university effective immediately in for doing so. The university will pay him almost eight million

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More Connection and Less Stress for the Holidays with Marie Fiebach

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

03:53 min | 1 year ago

More Connection and Less Stress for the Holidays with Marie Fiebach

"Last year in 2019. I realized that I needed to get on top of the holidays myself. I have been a last-minute person more times than I want to admit and I kind of created my holiday planning guide for myself and started sharing it with the world because there are so many micro decisions that happen when you are dead. Think for the holidays and you don't even realize it and they can creep up on you. But my holiday planning guide is 30 pages of an ebook that helps people look at what the decision they have to make and make them intentionally rather than have them creep up on them. And then I have all sorts of bonuses because especially this year. It's 2020 and the holidays are going to look a little different than a lot of us. And so I have things to tackle that as well and I live in Wichita Kansas in a house that is a half a mile from my parents and a half a mile from the school and church that I grew up calling to I swore I would never go back and it's kind of funny that I ended up full circle, but I love it. I love where I'm at and family is so important to me. Yeah, I love that. So and we see you live in a pretty small town with a family feel as well. Yeah, we live in a smallish town, but we don't have any of our extended family near us, but now off. My adult kids are growing up. One of my daughters lives a little less than two hours away one of my little kids. So that's nice and we definitely are planning holidays around them being near and whatever else can make it. So we have a a family tradition where now that everybody sort of dispersed a little bit that every odd year is our families and every even year if they have in-laws they go to their in-laws or if they want to go to France or something. So everybody goes on the even years they can be with us or they can be elsewhere. But then on the odd years everybody comes home that we have one holiday where we're all together. So that's that's the biggest talking about decisions. You know, this is simplifying things for everybody. Well, I love that and I love that their in-laws are buying into that with you as well. I am very very lucky that my parents and my in-laws get along really. Well, we always do Christmas Eve at my parents house dog. Christmas Day sometimes it is at my in-laws house. And sometimes we do it the day after Christmas depending upon what's happening with my husband's siblings. Yes. So the name of the game is flexibility. Yes, which I don't love when it comes to holidays. I I actually am a definite holiday planner. My biggest stumbling block is the gifts. I I don't like shopping. So Marie, how do you see covid-19 pack Ting families as we plan and prepare there. There are so many things that are going to affect the holidays. Let's just start by your own idea and talk about gifts because shopping is going to be a different Beast this year when we shop usually we kind of rely on shipping dates when we're online shopping. I have already done some research Amazon Prime is not guaranteeing two day delivery for all items. They have not done that since the pandemic started. There's so many items that they're not guaranteed two-day delivery. So if you're counting on that, you want to shop a head UPS and FedEx are having earlier shipping date requirements for the least expensive shipping options. UPS has is as early as Thursday December 13th. So if you are planning on online shopping and do not want to pay extra fees anyone will get it to you the 24th, but you are going to be paying through the nose for your shipping. So if you want your shipping to be less expensive than you are going to want to shop for gifts early. Another

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U.S. sees record surge in coronavirus cases

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

06:10 min | 1 year ago

U.S. sees record surge in coronavirus cases

"Today. We have had what is the largest number of new cove infections in this country on any single day? Since the pandemic hit, we just hit a new record. This is the screaming headline right now the Washington Post America hits highest daily number of coronavirus cases since pandemic began nation is poised to enter its worst stretch yet of the pandemic with hospitalizations rising in thirty eight states. Wanted. To show you those statements tonight from Caldo Doshi in the ICU nurse and emily caps the. In part because of where they're from. Mr Dotion is an ICU nurse working at what is now converted into a full Cova D- unit in Duluth. MINNESOTA. But Emily Cops, the CNA she's in, as I said, a town called Quinta Kansas. Quinta Kansas is population one thousand. That's Work Winter Kansas's. It's four hours, drive north west of Wichita. If you're trying to find it on the map, it is as rural as rural America gets. That's what's happening. Now, that's what's driving this in the country. The last time we had case numbers anywhere near this Hai literally, most of the cases in the country at that time were from a handful of large population states for Florida and California and Texas and Arizona now, it's a handful of states it's everywhere. And there's something else I want to point out about where we are right now. Can we can we? Put the national graph back up there for a second. Look at look at where we've been not just where we are right now. But where we've been that I peek that we got in early April of terrible right when up to like thirty thousand cases day just atrocious thousands of Americans died hundred thousand people dead by the end of May because of that peak in new cases that we saw in early April. But? Look. How we got to that peak, we got to that peak from here on the graph look at the baseline we built up from in that case, right? We got to that I we were starting at zero it was a new virus, the no, the novel coronavirus we started with basically zero cases in this country in January February, and we went in that first peak from zero cases up to thirty thousand cases today. But then after that I peak and we started to come back down we didn't come all the way back down. We didn't go all the way back down to zero. We never actually got below an average of about twenty thousand new cases every day so that we started to surge again, we were searching from a higher point. There was tons more virus circulating in the country at a baseline level, and so because we were building on a bigger base line. When we had a second surge while there was higher amounts of virus circulating out there every day our second peak ended up being that much higher. Our second peak ended up being twice as I in terms of the peak rate of new infections because our baseline started higher. Right and in that second peak. Tens of thousands of people died right that's when we hit that second peak in high summer. All those cases stacked up with a high summer. We ended up with two hundred thousand Americans dead by the third. Week of September. After we saw that huge pecan cases in the high summer. But now, here's our problem right now because after that second scary second peak in the high summer when we drop back down again, not only do we not go down to zero wouldn't even go back down to where we we're. We're our baseline had previously been. When we drop down after that second peak, our new baseline didn't spend much time low forty, thousand new cases a day. and. Now that huge high baseline number is where we are climbing up from. So how high are we going to get this time I? Mean our peak number of infections keeps getting higher with each subsequent surge because with each subsequent surge, we're building on an increasingly large baseline. An increasingly large baseline of virus circulating in the country and that is happening over time as time moves from left to right on this graph, you can see our country increasingly failing overtime. And getting worse and worse and worse at stopping the spread of the virus, which is why peaks keep going up. If we can't get our baseline down ever if each new baseline between these surges is higher than each. Peak is going to be higher to and that many more Americans are going to die with each search. So, right now, we never got low right right now, this new search that we've got right now is coming out of a baseline. Of Forty thousand cases a day with a ton of virus circulating in the country. And where we are right now heading back up to a new peak, who knows how high it's going to be we've got a forty percent rise on hospitalizations in this country in the past month. In. The past week at least fourteen states have set hospitalization records. And we're just getting worse and worse and worse than even trying to contain it in some places yesterday in one county in. Idaho. Regional Health Board meeting they heard from their regional epidemiologist that the hospitals in that region of northern. Idaho. We're hitting capacity that they're major local hospital had the previous day hit ninety nine percent capacity even after doubling up patients in rooms and buying more physical hospital beds to try to put patients in them the local health board responded to that news from their epidemiologist by voting at that meeting. To repeal the local mask. mandate. They got told their hospitals or at capacity there's nowhere to put patients anymore in their response was to get rid of the local mass mandate. That's northern Idaho. One County over from where president trump recently tweeted in support of a local anti mask rally. Yeah take off the masks open everything up. And now here's what you get. Soaring covid nineteen infection rates in. 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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"Welcome to this week's Wichita weekly update name's Leeann. Today is Monday August twenty. First up for some news, the Wichita Public School Board of Education voted last week on the twenty, twenty school year would start to look like parents have the choice for onsite or online learning for pre K. through fifth grade, and it'll be completely online learning for grades six through twelve the first nine weeks of school starting after, Labor? Day. Parents have until August twenty eight to make the decision for elementary school kids and this model. Again, we'll take place for the first nine weeks. As, part of the previously mentioned Wichita School Board Vote Fall Sports have been canceled. This is despite must've the suburbs including Andover Derby Maze and more that are still painting play. This has led to protests from students, athletes, coaches, and community members, and currently as we speak on Monday night, the school board is meeting to address some of these concerns have their typical meeting. After the announcement from the school board last week the Wichita Sports, Forum has decided to start their own high school volleyball, Sabre, League The management had then spoke to Katia who asked them to stand down and allow them time to work with USC to five nine. But they did state that if you propose USD to five, nine plan of cancelling fall sports moves forward the Sports Boreham will fan to move forward with their only. Keep an eye out for a scam on leaked in. That is from the city of Wichitas Mayor's office that is looking to hire specific individuals at Maze Scam. Wednesday August twenty six at Tabernacle. Bible. Church December county mobile team will be offering mobile. Kobe testing in. Today's fun fact is that many people are aware that one of the greatest running backs of all time Barry Sanders was born and raised in Wichita. But did you know that another all-time great running back with also born in Wichita although he moved and played high school ball in Omaha before going to play Kansas Gale Sayers was born in Wichita and they moved to Omaha Nebraska Played Aka and then eventually played for the Chicago bears where he made his mark. Here's a quick rundown of a few events this week on Thursday August twenty.

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"Welcome everyone to the first ever Wichita weekly update where I give you a rundown of the recent local news some fun facts about. Wichita. An upcoming events over the next week today is Monday August third, I'm your host. Landon. To get started here are a few of the top news stories from the past week or so. On Wednesday July twenty ninth majority owner of the Wichita Windsor Lucia Westheimer passed away from Cova complications. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family and the Windsor. Family. Thank you for bringing baseball back. To Wichita we look forward to seeing your vision from the life. The. Kobe counts if you haven't seen the Cedric County cove nineteen dashboard, check it out on the link in our show notes it shows the number of cases positive cases in much more. The last few days have shown a rate that has been slowly decreasing as of today the fourteen day rolling average has decreased from a high of thirteen point eight percent to eleven point nine percent positive test rate. Last Thursday the Wichita School. Board approved the purchase of three hundred twenty desktop stations for sports and the enrollment of five high schools in east. Sports Leagues Those High Schools include south-southeast West northwest and education imagine. Most schools in the which area including USD to five nine or the which are schools and over and more are delaying the start of class until September eighth, which is after Labor Day. What school will actually look like still up in the air and changing day to day, but we will continue to monitor updates. In Aerospace News Spirit announced on Friday that they will be laying off and additional four hundred and fifty people as part of an overall cut of eleven. Hundred people issued. This isn't a wake of being the Boeing seven thirty-seven Max in covid nineteen spirit is down to nine thousand person local workforce after beginning twenty twenty with close dead thirteen, thousand, five, hundred people. In the tech job sector Wichita looking to take another step forward and technology key centric is a healthcare software company adding sixteen jobs to their workforce while Johnson controls is planning on hiring three hundred skill positions in wichita including assemblers, material handlers for good operators, steel press operators. And Now for this week's fun fact, maybe for the classic story of the Three Billy goat gruff where they tried across the bridge, there's under the bridge will which ties. It's true true which attends the location of the troll. But if you've never come across it, it is a messy to find the troll loafer a big gray close to the sidewalk on the east side of the Kansas River south of the keeping if you go take a picture tag at Wichita. If you're having trouble. We have a map on our website at Wichita life ICT dot com slash Wichita Dash Tro. And now for the event round up for the next week, we have several fun events. The eighty sixth annual NBC world. Series is taking place from today until next Monday at Wichita state, and also in Hutchison chicken pickle has several musicians playing some live music. We have live music with pats Adam caps, Harrison steel for exact times check out their website chicken and dot com at the starlight drive in there's to double features. There's Kung Fu panda and Madagascar and screen one in ghostbusters and karate kid onscreen to. Bert Kreischer is. A comedian tour stand up tour at the starlight drive in next Monday and Tuesday, and lastly the Saturday, the capital federal amphitheater in handover is having a family movie night. Seven PM, they are showing space jam to Saturday. That's it for this week's Wichita weekly update I hope you'll have a great week. Let me know if you enjoy.

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"In I'm a West sider so I have to say I. I love the neighborhood we live in It's kind of on the west of town and and maybe it's one thing I love about which is. I think we have so many great things here and so many so many things to do and but might my little neighborhood Kinda feels like that small town. That I grew up in and so I kind of have this nice little. It's kind of a peaceful place to retreat to but I have so much of fingertips to donate four. So that's one thing I really enjoy definitely off. That is one thing I'm GonNa have to disagree with you on Group on Andover and I'm still in East sider, probably be an eastside or till I die. Together in you love, which regardless if? He ciders our website. Is there anything you wish. Wichita had that. It doesn't or what would you improve about what UTAH? You know I I.

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"To Wichita, so she can imagine that was great. and. Then in February, we were able to host the. Sea. All Star game, so so we did have a couple of those big events happen early in the. in yeah, when you know kind of those first cases of Covid You know made their way to Wichita. Obviously big events you know was one of the the first you started to hear the cancellations and in definitely it's. It's been tough. that hospitality industry was. One of the burst industries to to feel that impact manion impacted and and it might be one of the the last to recover round with knowing that big events are You know one of the last things that that are gonNA. Come back, so in for us. That's the thing you know sporting events, meetings, meetings and conventions. Those, are those are the things that drive people to which tie and in into our hotels so so you know immediately we started to. Really. We just wanted to local. When when all of that happened? We wanted to make sure that we were communicating to. Our partners so that being you know hotels, restaurants, attractions museums We just wanted to make sure we were communicating. Resources that we were doing our part to communicate. You know by putting information on our website. Trying to keep things as up to date as possible an things started to as as those phases happen, and things started to reopen. Just trying to make sure that we were communicating that you know on our website and. Trying to keep on top of events as they were either canceled or postponed, you know in the good news is a lot of things were postponed so You know so you know we will see those again but maybe not. When we originally had thought we would so sure and that's kind of where where we are now. Is really were just trying to make sure that anyone who is potentially the coming to Wichita? But they have that information in no What's happening in which time in what what things are in place and what they would need to know as a visitor? In order to to come here, yeah, so their expectations are set in their not missing out on something. That may be closed right now. That isn't normally and yeah. Yes, yeah, so one of the things you guys are doing right now. Kind of making the best of the situation and also just kind of a big milestone is the hundred and fiftieth birthday, for which saw which is July twenty first. Can you talk a little bit about that campaign? You guys are running with all the different things..

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"Today's guest is Jessica so Wakowski Jessica. Is the PR manager visit Wichita. We talk about what visit which is what they do how it works and how the Hundred Fiftieth Birthday Campaign for wichitas going. Conversation with Jessica, Swat Sqi around I'm here with Jessica Swat Ski. How're you doing? I'm doing great. How are you? I'm doing well? Can you just tell the listeners a little bit about yourself? Sure so like you said I'm just ski. Am I'm the PR manager at visit which Ta I'm I've been in this role for about four years now and A lifelong Kansan so I I've always Born and raised here, but I grew up a little bit west of which in a small town called Havelland I. May Or may not know where that's at and then now went to high school in a Pratt so. West, of which taught and You know, which was always to us. you know the place where we went to shop and go out to eat? You know we didn't have. You know all the fast, food restaurant. And so it's always been You know the place to go to to do things. I have a lot of fond memories of coming over riding the bus and going on field trips. And so now I've I've lived here. I had to think about when I moved here in two thousand and four so I. Offer sixteen years now it's. School. Have you taken on a different perspective of Wichita since you took on this role in visit Wichita. Yeah I. You know I always thought that I knew which saw pretty well. I always felt like as which attend I I knew my way around the city and knew quite a bit, and then you know I got in this role and immediately so as a PR manager. One of the things that I do is I host when we have traveled journalists and travel media coming into which. I take them on tours and and host them and take them places based on what it is that they're gonna be writing about so. I immediately started going to places that I'd never been to our..

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"For important. What is a habit that you've developed over the past few years that's most improved your life a have that I saw Other than flowing down when I load the dishwasher because my husband says that I absolutely do not know how to loaded dishwashers. Go back I I don't know if it counts as a habit or not but for many many years I've been working out regularly and that's Partly because I have I was born with a back condition. That's that's meant that you know if I don't if I don't eat working at strengthening muscles and working on my coordination and all that there's a chance that that could just degrade to the point that I would lose it so So it's it's it's important that made you know even though it hurt you keep working out. Yeah that makes sense. You're cutting out just a little bit better. Yep you're good so now I just have a couple more questions and these are just kind of about Wichita so work having lived here for a little while you probably get answers What is your favorite part of Wichita? Or what is a a hidden? Gem would recommend to people. Oh Boy My favorite part of Wichita is that we are a well kept secret. You know it's like we're we're pretty good sized city that the other parts of the country discount. But you know it's like the cost of living here is really reasonable enough sophistication. We're just about anybody and It's It's it's kind of Nice that the rest of the world thinks we're Hick because they're not. They're not clamoring to here. Like I said I used to live in Colorado Clamor. To get everything is way too expensive and too many people so yeah so just just right and There's there's a little French restaurant on central called Georgia's fabulous. You know it. It looked at the food grade and Freddie. It feels like you're you're on a sidewalk cafe in peril. Sure my my brother and his girlfriend. They got done travelling the world for a year and She's actually from France and so they went there and kind of had a big three course meal and everything and they both said that's one of the best restaurants they've been to in any of the world so really yeah. It's one of our favorites. There's a there's a boutique that I admit that I am just a sucker for It's called Kaelin. It's on the west side and so I'm in there at least once a month. 'cause I'M A sucker for their loyalty program and the Daf they're one and I love clothes and my husband says I have too many of them but you know how can no I never have enough to where fuck GONNA help tonight. That's how it goes sometimes. Is there anything that you wish which had that? It doesn't or what would you improve about which you could if we were a better draw for performing arts you know. I think that her with interesting arena But sometimes we to get passed over by performing artists. That might you know it'd make it really.

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"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

Wichita Life Podcast

07:38 min | 2 years ago

"wichita" Discussed on Wichita Life Podcast

"The organization's perception of wichita is the reason why we're here right it's it's because of where this place is going to go and where it's already been where the dawn of a new era you know it's going to be what it's going to mean to be a widget welcome back to another episode with her podcast my name is wayne today's guest is bob millette bob.

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