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"university wisconsin" Discussed on WRVA
"That's right. Bill University, Wisconsin reports. There's a majority of men once they hit 50 60 70 years and up there concerned about erectile quality, or E. Q. As you call it, we know it was a barometer for Our overall cardiovascular function is Dr Stephen Lam, MD. Talks about this in his book You've mentioned at the Hardness Factor and Bill You say there's a queue also relates to nitric oxide. So connect the dots for us here if you will. It's something that keeps working for you. And most of the time. You're you're going to ask. How long does it take a month before it kicked in, But the issue is if you kept using it, this was the study here. On my desk. After six months. It even improved more so it it gets better as you use it, so it's work taking every day And of course, we're after health that long lasting health, abundant health that we want the great health span that we want to achieve. That goes along with our life span. But why don't we all want to be back where we used to be up in the saddle and performing again? Because this is going to work for you, and then we're trying to tell if you're just tuning in. When men just use Argentine that lead to the break through these little pills. But then only 5% of men. We're satisfied you had to take 10 pills of Argenti will now supercharged with this wonderful pine bark extract the branded pick Nagy in all 80 plus percent of men were satisfied with their performance. So, fellas You're the guys in charge. You know, howto analyze this and you can see the performance for yourself Bill in this new performance men's multi from purity, a target the big three areas of men's health. Supporting healthy testosterone, also promoting healthy nitric oxide levels or circulation. Also supporting prostate function. That's indeed the big Three..
"university wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"They will run the economy in two ditch if that's what it takes to be Donald Trump it's what ever they can do to win at this point that's what they're gonna do I'm not saying cove it is fake or I'm not see you know and and that's not my point my point is if they can take the covert situation which is overall getting better and make it look like it's a lot worse they'll do that if they can run the economy down they'll do that if they can undercut this president in any way shape or form they will do that this is very very very simple don't this is the hard core left and I saw it growing up you know I I I grew up kind of on the tail end of the little guy Meanwood sterling hall on the university some of you heard the story so take a nap as I tell it I have only got a minute so we live so close to the university Wisconsin campus that when they blew up sterling hall it shook our whole house that's how close we were and the the lefties and the children of the left and the children of the sixties have now spawned and their children and grand children are.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Is from purity products that's right bill university Wisconsin reports there's a majority of men once they hit fifty sixty seventy years an op they're concerned about erectile quality or EQ is you call it we know EQ is a barometer for our overall cardiovascular function is Dr Steven Lamm MD talks about this in his book you mentioned that the hardness factor in and bill you say this he Q. also relates to nitric oxide so connect the dots for us here if you will it's something that keeps working for you and most of the time you're right you're gonna ask well how long does it take a month before it kicks in but the issue is if you kept using it this was the study here on my desk after six months it even improved more so it it gets better as you use it so it's worth taking every day and of course we're after help that long lasting help the fund that helps that we want the great health span that we want to achieve that goes along with our lifespan but what we all want to be back where we used to be up in the saddle and performing again because this is going to work for you and and we're trying to tell if you're just tuning in when men just use arginine that's led to the breakthrough these little pills well then only five percent of men were satisfied you had to take ten pills of our team will now super charged with this wonderful pine bark extract the branded technology in all eighty plus percent the men were satisfied with their performance so fellas you're the.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"One five says trump wants to go to Milwaukee but today and and pointed out as well and just getting the stories from everywhere I think it was the university Wisconsin Milwaukee they've extended their spring break after an employee at the university tested for coronavirus and they plan to move classes online the same day that the president's like I'm going to Milwaukee I don't care and again what message just trying to be sent there that's what I don't understand about the move to maybe it's just all posturing that's what the president does then when he gets close to see someone else made the decision you know I I wanted to you saw I quoted but in this case I mean the the university there is taking precautions the parades are being shut down everyone thing is being shut down but then we have the leader of the free world who is determined that it's all a hoax I don't know what that means to continue to to want to do rallies maybe it's an overreaction Mike is it overreaction welcome the show but it there's a whole overreaction I think she's the biggest journalist told jurors yes that's our president but I want people live their own lives and I think there's a wise last survey okay okay I'm good to go here there you go there SO open I want to check my family right hello Sir my son's cell but that I know I'm paying now what I know of that band right right well thank you sound like you know it is a total reaction tune up is that all correct great thanks Mike thanks for listening I agree I I mean to an extent I want to get into because if we did this yesterday where I start to read some of the numbers and you know it's a it's a it's a hard story because I think that over reaction there's a great story that I saw on Twitter today about the reaction from the south Korean government from public health organizations there and it showed it was all done in science and data and everything but the minute that they realize that they had the corona virus epidemic they jumped into action they didn't think about money then think about sponsorships and think about whether or not they're gonna close over the you know the same Patrick's day parade and what they do than South Korea they just went into action and the curve is much different than you see in China that you see in Italy and that you see in the United States it's much smaller the minute it got to a point where you saw where the south Korean government decided that they were gonna play games they took over they made it a public health crisis it wasn't about Coachella gets the choice right and South Korea is coming out of it now I don't know how much one can come out of a virus epidemic like this but there's something to be said that yes many including leaders in this country have said it's been an over reaction so when some of our leaders are at the beginning of the cycle saying you know what this is just the there's not a thing it's not the flu flu is much worse you know right now we got fifteen it'll be zero hopefully be zero in it and a day instead of that in South Korea they don't have that they don't have that moment where there was a political debate about they just jumped into action and it's a certain point you kind of wish I would be the case now I get it there it's hard hits kind of apples and oranges it is this idea of what is an over reaction and what you see would you call Mike in thanks for the call but would you say what's happening in Italy where they shot the entire country down an over reaction I don't know that's it we live in an unprecedented times and the unknown is very powerful I'm not an alarmist I'm not I I agree in some cases about the overreaction but at the same time you can only look at what's in front I look at the data coming from other parts of the world three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred eight one five said the problem is it spreads too quickly that's the problem faster than influenza and if there's something goes on to talk about you know the trump rallies and that's part of it I mean this posturing is posturing this idea that I'm a tough guy the tough guy and I'm gonna show the world and maybe that's good leadership I'm gonna show you like I mean I'm gonna just I'm gonna drink containing water in flint Michigan right that kind of thing but in doing so you may show strength as you as a leader but you're putting your followers in danger what's to say that somebody comes in there with corona virus and people get sick what your met your message back fires I don't know I don't stand a little point it seems like the risk in that situation may not be towards a president might be towards people are going to the rally seven seven three says back to politics he Joe Biden could pick Barack Obama to be as VP I don't know could you do that I guess you could do that I don't think that there's any rule that says if you were once present you can't be a different can be vice president I believe and I'm not very good with my was very wish blue boy which was my co host this is really good with presidential trivia yeah I said it me and rod rotting Justin afternoons he's really good with presidential trivia and I believe there a couple times in presidential history where that has happened where presidents to become vice presidents in some form seems like that would be funny like a bar trivia alright everybody it's the next categories presidents are I don't know that I I would be more interested Michelle about her name gonna get thrown around a little bit I haven't heard as much but wouldn't that be great I don't know what kind of political experience anytime a vice president but she did spend eight years in the White House and she has extreme experience we could do a whole segment who the vice president's gonna be usually they go what state do I need to win that governor that senator like Hillary Clinton did in twenty sixteen was the team came remember that deliver howl as Democrats it is the Democrats are so excited about the idea of who the vice president was going to be all maybe Clinton should pick Sanders or maybe she should pick up as the forces pick another woman right there that they just we really need to win Virginia so how about how about the senator their Tim Kaine when you're like this is such a mediocre pick so hopefully Joe Biden doesn't do that I like the idea make it make it I get saucy give me something out of there out of the realm give me an Oprah Winfrey right give me a Scotty Pippin I think it's got a tip but I thank the dear jeder der Jeter the stars that are somewhat streaky clean can make their transition all they really did was play sports really well that's what we need is a vice president Joe Biden Biden Jeter ticket really work hi golfer would be good thank three one two ninety one seventy two hundred yeah if you who would you like to see from the pop cultural from outside of politics run for vice president and the same on Donald Trump side if trump was like I'm done with Mike pence good job you did a great job a crowd of Irish throughout I guess what's in there he's like they don't like each other right I think they were they got at each other on Twitter but yeah that that kind of thing would be great I could trump pick up to be the new vice president because they they throw Nikki Haley's name and some others but if it were just the game to figure out what pop culture superstar he was like like a Tom Brady bill Belichick right trump Bella check good the one sent him to me Bannon Tim always rates and I appreciate it he makes a good point because of code nineteen the NHL as having reporters do postgame interviews outside of the locker room thank that's that's one of the things they were one of those sports that did that but he says however the league continues to be negligent of player conduct that causes concussions good point there's not a big emergency session to talk about the underlying issues of of concussions in sports but virus for sure three one two nine eight one seventy two and I'm there's so many stories that have been brought up in it and it's in some scary stuff I I think at the end of the day when we start talking about corona virus and we we've done a lot on this program and I feel very confident and very I don't know I feel very responsible stuttering word I feel I think we've been there kind of talking about this in a rational way since it started and the one thing that I continue to preach on the program is that the numbers inevitably just basic math the numbers and never W. will go up do not let that scare you it is not because the virus mutated it's not because a government didn't do a good job containing it is the same huge country guys and the population center here's I'm a huge and so the fact that we've only tested five thousand Americans at this point where places like South Korea have done a hundred fifty thousand and China and much more in Italy on its way to that it's just the numbers is a numbers game the reason the number is low right now is because we've only tested five thousand heard Vicks news talking about four million of these tests are gonna come on line at the end of the week that doesn't mean they're gonna be four million tests they're just starting to stockpile is death so physicians are gonna be able to say you know what I think you might have something let's let's test wouldn't now they're not able to do that and that will make the numbers go up and it may I have the hope is from the scientific community in the public health community is that you will see it become more in line with influenza in the mortality rate meaning you'll see that more tests will come online being positive and they won't necessarily lead to death so that death rate will go down that's we had some I am we had a position on that John and John Williams had a guy talk about the same thing a week sold out that's the hope right that you'll start to see that kind of thing but I just I I urge in a cab I respond to somebody said they're scared on tax right here but the urge that it there will be more dom graphics at the front of TV news in the next couple weeks they're gonna be a scorching huge numbers being thrown at you and it's going to play like.
12th US case of coronavirus reported in Wisconsin
"News some news about corona virus in Wisconsin earlier today we were informed of a positive test results of the novel coronavirus and a UW health patient that university Wisconsin health director of infection control Dr nasha soft are a Wisconsin resident who returned from a trip to China last week has been sickened with the virus that originated there that is the first case confirmed case in Wisconsin and the twelfth case in the U. S. gnashing global globally there are about twenty eight thousand of those cases most of them in mainland China the death toll again nearly five hundred and sixty eight in
"university wisconsin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"From purity products all university Wisconsin reports there's a majority of men once they hit fifty sixty seventy years and up they're concerned about erectile quality or EQ as you call it we know EQ as a barometer for our overall cardiovascular function is doctor Stephen Lamm M. D. talks about this in his book you mentioned that the hardest factor in and bill you say this he Q. also relates to nitric oxide so connect the dots for us here if you will it's something that keeps working for you and most of the time you're at you're gonna ask well how long does it take a month before it kicks in but the issue is if he kept using it this was the study here on my desk after six months if even improved more so if it gets better as you use it so it's worth taking every day and of course we're after help that long lasting held the funded health that we want the great health span that we want to achieve that goes along with our lifespan but what we all want to be back where we used to be up in the saddle and performing again because this is going to work for you and and we were trying to tell if you're just tuning in when men just use arginine that led to the breakthrough these little pills well then only five percent of men were satisfied yet to take ten pills of our team will now super charged with this wonderful pine bark extract the branded picked not should all eighty plus percent of men were satisfied with their performance so fell as eight year the guys in charge you know how to analyze this and you can see the performance for yourself bill in this new performance men's multi from purity your target their big three areas of men's health supporting healthy testosterone also promoting healthy nitric oxide levels are circulation also supporting prostate function that that's indeed the big three if you do this all clinically with this one multi so now you don't have to take a multi and this formula so bill and a lot of people tuning in saying what were you guys talking about here talking specially for guys it's recap the top five benefits this formula delivers especially for men in their forties fifties sixties and non up bill well it says what the research shows it is what they did how do you know it's working well they took it away big discontinued it and of course the effect hate it and then they gave it back and then the guys were back in gear again so they can really say this just wasn't by chance this is what really did it and okay and so we're talking about these effects not stating it as long as you're taking it and that it kicks in right away and gets better as we go on so it supports male performance it promotes healthy testosterone levels and stamina and circulation and we want that blood circulation to the top we do it by promoting a little transient gas in our bloodstream that's called nitric oxide and when it does that the circulation are hardness factor goes up and that's what doctor Steven lamb in his book the hardest factors talking about is that this can be done any talking of course about this wonderful combination we're sharing with you of technology in all the pine bark extract and arginine together and let me say it again because somebody or just drive around in the car and.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on KGO 810
"From purity products that's right bill university Wisconsin reports there's a majority of men once they hit fifty sixty seventy years and up they're concerned about erectile quality or EQ as you call it we know EQ as a barometer for our overall cardiovascular function is doctor Stephen Lamm M. D. talks about this in his book you mentioned that the hardest factor in and bill you say this he Q. also relates to nitric oxide so connect the dots for us here if you will it's something that keeps working for you and most of the time you're at you're gonna ask ball how long does it take a month before it kicks in but the issue is if you kept using it this was the study here on my desk after six months it even improved more so if it gets better as you use it so it's worth taking every day and of course we're after health that long lasting helps the funded health that we want the great health span that we want to achieve that goes along with our lifespan but what we all want to be back where we used to be up in the saddle and performing again because this is going to work for you and and we are trying to tell if you're just tuning in when men just use arginine that led to the breakthrough these little pills well then only five percent of men were satisfied yet to take ten pills of arginine will now super charged with this wonderful pine bark extract the branded pick knowledge in all eighty plus percent of men were satisfied with their performance so fellas you're the guys in charge you know how to analyze this and you can see the performance for yourself the mill in this new performance men's multi for purity your target day big three areas of men's health is supporting healthy testosterone also promoting healthy nitric oxide levels are circulation also supporting prostate function that that's indeed the big three you could do this all clinically with this one multi so now you don't have to take a multi end this formula so bill I know a lot of people tuning in saying what what you guys talking about here talking specially for guys it's recap the top five benefits this formula delivers especially for men in their forties fifties sixties and non up bill well I tell you it's so what the research shows it is what they did how do you know it's working they took it away big discontinued it for and of course the effect feed it and then they gave it back and then the guys were back in gear again so they can really say this just wasn't by chance this is what really did it and okay and so we're talking about these effects not stating it as long as you're taking it and it kicks in right away and gets better as we go on so it supports male performance it promotes healthy testosterone levels and stamina and circulation and we want that blood circulation to be topped we do it by promoting a little transient gas in our bloodstream that's called nitric oxide and when it does that the circulation are hardness factor goes up and that's what doctor Steven lamb in his book the hardest factors talking about is that this can be done any talking of course about this wonderful combination we're sharing with you of technology in all the pine bark extract and Archie need together and let me say it again to somebody or just drive around in the car and not get the story completely we don't want to miss that with arginine five.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"From purity products that's right bill university Wisconsin reports there's a majority of men once they hit fifty sixty seventy years an op they're concerned about erectile quality or EQ as you call it we know each Q. as a barometer for our overall cardiovascular function is doctor Stephen Lamm M. D. talks about this in his book you mentioned that the hardest factor in and bill you say this he Q. also relates to nitric oxide so connect the dots for us here if you will it's something that keeps working for you and most of the time you're right you're gonna ask well how long does it take a month before it kicks in but the issue is if he kept using it this was the study here on my desk after six months it even improved more so if it gets better as you use it so it's worth taking every day and of course we're after health that long lasting helps the funded health that we want the great health span that we want to achieve that goes along with our lifespan but we all want to be back where we used to be up in the saddle and performing again because this is going to work for you and we're trying to tell if you're just tuning in when men just use arginine that led to the breakthrough these little pills well then only five percent of men were satisfied yet to take ten pills of our team will now super charged with this wonderful pine bark extract the branded pick knowledge in all eighty plus percent of men were satisfied with their performance so fellas that year the guys in charge you know how to analyze.
Stop Losing Your Data with Brian Gill
"Thanks for coming on the show so I am I am interested in talking to you today because we really haven't had a guest talk about some of the topics that we're going to talk about today but why don't we start off a little bit with who you are and what you do yeah sure so without going into full back story. well I basically have surround myself with a bunch of really quality humans and together for the last sixteen years my primary mission has been to help the people out of data related disasters whether that's bad guys infiltrating network or data being stolen or a server crashing or making mistake and accidentally deleting all the pictures of their wedding or baby photos we are a bunch of Tech nerds who do everything we can to to help people out of those crises and also once they've kind of experienced those crises we help them either back up or sometimes they'll hire us as if they got hacked they'll hire us as we call it a part time see so or come in and do Kinda monthly risk assessments to help them prevent the next attack so you know it's just helping people out of Disasters Gotcha yeah well I mean as as somebody who has lost all of his photos and music for all of our music was in the cloud on a streaming service I can definitely level with that like after that happened to me I made sure to get an external hard drive live and of course today I have like a time machine on my Mac and back blaze and Nass and just like lots of things 'cause I I've been in that situation what I haven't been in is A well what my company or my clients knock on wood haven't really been involved in stuff like data-breach so it sounds like you do some of the more personal personal computing problems right data loss and recovery the recovery side of our business we founded back in two thousand four and we that's the data recovery company and that company it's a mix you know maybe forty percent of our clients are just normal people consumers who lost their personal data on a laptop or they dropped their phone toilet or you know that kind of stuff maybe thirty percent are small business owners with maybe one to fifty employees had a server crash or a chief executive ever accounting professional had a laptop hard drive crash or an SSD go bad and then the other third is large corporate America the government you know we've done recoveries for almost eighty percents of the Federal Bureau so it's pretty much everybody loses data on the data brief side of things we almost would I don't WanNa say never our average size client who got data breached is probably a hundred to five hundred employees may sometimes even larger for the for the micro sized businesses who get breached they're less likely to need an army of nerds to come in in an address that situation you know yeah yeah absolutely so so you you serve all sorts of people doing all sorts of things but I wanna get I wanna get back to the basics a little bit in your intro here so I also I have my degree in computer science I have a masters in software engineering and I went the web development path I when I was in college in Highschool I read like Kevin Mitnick's books and I thought man I really want to do that but ah I decided to go the other route what made you want to get into this particular field yeah I mean in general I got my computer science degree from University Wisconsin and that was like right before the first big tech bubble the first day web one point no and I jumped on a plane a and went out to the Silicon Valley and really wanted to play the startup game and joined a couple of startups one of them's still around that were you know involved with ECOMMERCE and that kind of stuff and you know I was primarily on the back end development style database design and things of that nature and a lot of back end programming I my four was not my forte was not the kind of user experience all of that's kind of changed over the years when that whole economy just imploded and all the valley was horrible place I mean I would say eighty percent of my friends were out of work I had a job but it wasn't star was in a bank so I had a job but it wasn't the type the job that I moved out there for so I kind of tucked my tail between my legs and say well I'm GonNa work at a bank I might as well do it in Wisconsin from from immoral my family is my brother had just had a couple of kids and I wanted to be there for that and I just wipe the three thousand dollars often read so I I talked tail between my legs Humpback Wisconsin and was just doing some consulting some really boring but wonderful companies like insurance companies and cheese manufacturers and all kinds of words and I really wanted to start a company right but the Donovan was in the crapper there was zero percent chance of getting any kind of bank loan so I knew I needed to do something that I could bootstrap uh with like the fifty grand that had saved up you know so whatever I was going to do I needed to be able to get to revenue within my within my budget right because it's just I wasn't going to get an angel financing I wasn't GonNa Fifty Thousand Dollars Angel Financing for a new idea they were going to take if your business back then it was just a horrible time to be an entrepreneur so my brother tyler younger brother Tyler was going to school at University Wisconsin ucf degree he's about nine years younger than me and he had a hard drive crash so he was trying to figure out how do I get my stuff back and he found two companies in the whole us that advertised for it and both of them wanted like three thousand dollars and that was like again exactly you know turns out it's pretty hard but we had the right circle of friends we had one of my buddies was an electrical engineer ear one of my buddies was a mechanical engineer I had the computer science and kind of ECOMMERCE background and we kind of had all the pieces of the the kind of academic puzzle so the next question is okay so there's very few competitors in the two that are out there that we could find were very prohibitively expensive so could we start a company for less than fifty grand learn enough about how to do this that we could serve underserved part of the market right and get it off the ground and and that's kind of where it came from and turns out we could that's fantastic I love that I have I have a similar story of how I got into web development you know essentially my church came to me and they said we want a website and I said I don't know how to do that and then we'll pay you and Mike are okay sweet money's yeah
"university wisconsin" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"For Germany's entry in a fifteen hundred kilometer race in nineteen thirty eight along Germany's autobahn it was technically a Volkswagen but was designed by Ferdinand Porsche and became the first car to bear the Porsche name Sotheby's will auction off the type sixty four this Saturday in California and April Porsche historian and restore says the value of the car as an historic object is almost unfathomable in the end he says it'll be worth whatever someone's willing to pay for it a Lisa Z. NBC news radio where to send the kids to school there's a California college on a list that parents might not be too happy about a new ranking shows the university of California Santa Barbara the students there apparently like to party the Princeton review S. students across the country quote how widely is hard liquor used at your school UCSB came in number one what's it when it comes to beer university Wisconsin Madison came in first place so hard liquor CAS serving all right we'll JD Salinger's books they they're going digital the authors classic novel catcher in the rye as well as three other novels by the late writer will be published as ebook for the first time it's part of a push I found your son to bring his work to a wider audience Matt Salinger said well there are a few things his father loved more than the tactile experience of reading a printed book he changed his mind because many readers using a box exclusively and some people with disabilities can only use the box I don't know why I am always fascinated by this but I've babies names and the trends I I always read it it's like all that okay I want to know what's hot I want to know what's right Seoul babies names what's out Antoinette Napoleon Olga the pope I didn't I didn't know that was in him maybe way back in the day it was here's what's hot now Oakland spelled oh eight K. L. Y. N. N. okay cashed in with the K. okay and Amberley Amberley I like that this do you I do get my husband's a teacher back they start school today in his district and it's amazing he said they'll be certain years that there he has like seven Ashley's right or you know like fifteen Jake ups right all right I could see that trend and and when you name your children how much input did he have or did you call that I a I named the first and he named the second goal really is that how you guys I don't know I mean I I had my suggestions but I hear over world well I mean listen she was doing a lot of the work there right right right wise man thank you why is that all right they were talking I guns in Iowa over the weekend the Democrats running for president and their proposals for more gun control and background checks that's in our next half hour this is you trust Christine them and on the same chain on news.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on Pros and Joes with Frank Kaminsky
"What is the same we read a lot of the mentions on twitter and everything be getting while you're at your door set could it become an instagram star while he was in college exactly video of it being in his dorm room taking dumps in a microwave shit and people could in people eating it up and loved it and you could have become a huge comedian shit that thing that is nice and see me i wanted to do something in college creating video and profiting off of it i would not been able to play i would've would've been suspended from playing sports because i made a video to profit off put me better context i use university of illinois to help me university wisconsin used you to help wisconsin it was it was definitely mutual but they benefited a lot we both benefited a lot from it yes i got to the nba and i use the wisconsin platform in the coaches and everything to get to what the end goal was but that was never certain no that was never a certainty for me like nobody knew who i was until i started playing well yeah and it was never a guaranteed yeah obviously it was never a guarantee that i was going to get to the nba never once did anyone say look at me and that's an nba basketball player right there my first two years in wisconsin we literally knew the moment that you were going to play in the nba true when you beat arizona to go to the final four the first the first year that's what was like he's playing in the nba who knows who knows what worries me drafted but he will play in the nba and there's no saying i couldn't profited right then and there the what you gonna major stopping me i was i don't wanna toot my own horn or anything but thank you thrill you cover of sports illustrated three times in less than a year and a half your sconsin team was one of those fishing offices in the history of college basketball none of us have been on the cover of switzerland straighted didn't get paid for that photo shoot did you because they had you out in the snow in your jersey right nope.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of the two thousand sixteen us eventual election more than half of the sponsors of those infamous ads have little no public paper trails i want sick of those advise winning to russia and this is according to a new study from the university of wisconsin madison larry such as examined five million ads that ran from september to november of twenty six joining me now from dc the study's lead author professor young me kim of university wisconsin madison talk to us about who actually was running these sorts of ads what what actually made you realize that they were in some way suspicious so we examined the fire five million page as facebook they're exposed to nearly ten thousand volunteered users who represent the voting age population in the united states we track the sources and his sponsors behind this political ads we realized that most of the groups who who ran this device your campaigns are anonymous meaning that on identifiable on tractable sauce spacious groups dot have ignored public footprint or nonprofits who did not fight a report to the episode federal election commission's you're more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloomberg dot com and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings global news twenty four hours a day at bloomberg dot com the bloomberg mobile app and talk on twitter this is a bloomberg.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"A great university wisconsin system and of course the the flagship i think in most people's minds as the university wisconsinmadison was part of the notion of better relationship between men and women they started a programme in january called the men's project and it was designed to explore masculinity and the problems these are their words accompanied by a simplified definitions of it and to create a sense of security involving her ability among its male students i mean that's all education speak but really they're trying to dumb down the macho characteristics of men and the hyper masculinity of man as relates the violence against women that i guess that was the goal and it was a six weeks prosects week program and it was the the prevent future violence through talking about unhealthy ways that masculinity plays out in the relationship between men and women and genderbased violence and i think we can all agree that there's some validity to that thing on most violence against women is carried out by man that that say they can understandable concept but to have a a college program or in some cases they were they were there's some people say they were moving towards course work in this area is controversial and i i noticed this week now that they have abandoned that program and they're not real clear on why they a man abandoned but these university spokesperson john lucas confirmed monday that uw mass and no longer has an active chapter of the men's project and he did he denied you went on to say he denied that that would be ever be a course record democratic anti decline in answer any other questions related to wire the program was cancelled or why they even decided to offered in the first place so my question for the audiences really his masculinity in its pure essence a problem to be a man to have male characteristics certainly i would never advocate for violence by one secs over the other in this case men against women but is masculinity the problem to be in male is that a problem and so far that a campus the largest campus in the state decided to set up a program related to masculinity and how people deal with and how students deal with it to be honest there's problems on on many campuses across this country with issues between young men in.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"People who are in academe ee who understand profoundly not just a culture war that is being waged but a civil war that is being waged for the purposes of redefining the very concept of virtue in morality in american culture have a listen to these he just had a my my my madison show yesterday see may hear some references to madison but had a listen to professor do pass he's a professor of english literature at the university wisconsin ash cash and is currently being a cute news of being transit phobic and bigoted because he dare thought he should teach cs lewis from the perspective of the author himself i'm not even kidding you but here he is professor ducassi university wisconsin ash cash dick passed from university wisconsin ash cash how're you doing i well vicky how're are you well i'm all right eight but people do need an explanation for this because i think if they understand how deep how come i mean how he just like tentacles this this institutional thought process actually is then maybe we can kickstart some action on getting something done addressing education an and the campus problem well to be completely honest not new it goes all the way back to the tower of babel for good i mean you could point to at all the major points in intersections of human history you can point to times in civilization horizon fall where this kind of phenomenon begin i know mr friend pointed back imprinted french theorists people like mark hughes to go back to the communist manifesto and mark them lenin but i think honestly them most easy way to explain it all right george orwell and if you know anything about 1984 george orwell coined the phrase double speak right it's the idea that when politic becomes everything when we get rid of theology when.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"And that you think that you have the discipline to do so is almost always going to be fools aaron and that the the best that is just to remove the phone or whatever that devices that's connecting into the world literally from from your site altogether um we came across research that showed that simply having a phone on the table even if it was turned off in isn't yours interferes with your ability to think clearly to be creative to problem solved because you're just looking at it might clear when can i look at it yes totally he i i mean your mind like literally they practice like your brain if there's a foam there has like part of it it's like processing like phone their fall mayor like expect ring expect buzz even if it's not euro yet it's still you'll you'll have things like fanta brings where you feel you know your phone vibrate and then you go down to check your phone and you don't have it in your pocket bright i have wearing like a garmin watch in its bluetooth connected my phone in every once in a while like vibrates but sometimes i imagine it's vibrating yet that anything like that i felt like it was not in i can i look at elland just like impulsively like look at it and i'm like this insanity snatches new i i i wanna say media i have to look at the book to to to be sure but i think researchers from university wisconsin madison found that phantom vibrations like the majority of college students now feel them really what i had no idea that was the thing that i thought are being oversensitive or something like brain adapting the habit rain youth the like that vibration so it will.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on KNSS
"Students at university wisconsin madison you know what that is it's a quarter of stupidity the man free college for african americans alright when we redone again black student should be offered free to wear show housing at the university wisconsin medicine because black's were legally bart for education from slavery and universe remains out of reach from black students today the student government said wednesday listening to missed you see what happens when you let idiots and the college you don't have the capacity to be a university because they can i keep up with the other students in academic areas what they do as they go into militants say and they think it that's up stew's for chemistry miller can see is not there quick lindor engineering and then i start to listen to their already wreck and because the college administrators or afraid of them yeah you know moron this is that they talk about diversity inclusion free college for african americans when i think about that should've been limited to poor african americans or all african americans should've been limited to african americans who have a good let us a good you know good academic background or any on no background good to be thought was from ferguson misery will burnt down a seven eleven maybe given free to wishing as well with a major in beating up people one oh one answer for comment on the resolution mike mickelson eight to stay center steven nassau republican responded by saying that this is a waste of student fees the listen to them can you believe this what's going on in your college is what happens here oh by the way they want you know eliminate greats too no tests they want black's to get him with a test optional admissions policy i'm not i'm in that he make up the words test optional you listening to this how does this tampa goal that is that that i found join those savages make sure call no eight five four hundred.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM
"Students at university wisconsin madison you know what that is it's a quarter of stupidity the man free college trafford americans alright when we redone again black student should be offered free to we're sure housing at the university wisconsin medicine because black's were legally bart for education during slavery and universe remains out of reach for black's them so they the student government said wednesday you listening to mesh you see what happens when you let idiots into college you don't have the capacity to be a university the course they can i keep up with the other students in academic areas what they do as they go into militants see and they think good that's up stew's for chemistry miller can see is not the equivalent of engineering and then they start to listen to their alright eric and because the college administrators or afraid of them yeah you know more on this is that they talk about diversity inclusion free college for african americans when i think about that should've been limited to poor african americans or all african americans should've been limited to african americans who have a good let us a good you know good academic background or any on no background good to be suggs from ferguson misery will burnt down a seven eleven maybe given free to wishing as well with a major in beating up people one oh one and for coming up tone the resolution mike mickelson eight to stay senator steve in nassau republican responded by saying that this is a waste of student fees the listen to them and you believe this what's going on in your college is what happens here oh by the way they want you to eliminate greats through no tests they want black's to get him with the test optional admissions policy i'm not i'm in that he make up the words test optional you listening to this how does there's the girl that you just never got that i found and join those so which they should call no eight five four hundred seventy eight five four hundred seven to eight two seven.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on KNTH 1070 AM
"There are so many many many people but it probably a hundred nine and i i mean it it's that many a very big jump of the country who identify as white who see themselves is white but you do not but leave it in this not sure is concept of white privilege why don't they believe in a because i haven't lived it and that it and then you're supposed to be getting from these academic courses like the white privilege one oh one being offered by the universe who wisconsin's multi cultural students center i mean you really the the idea that people are supposed to feel kardashian i never really realize before that i really had it so easy some of those white people go to university wisconsin madison and other schools our kids a single mother and by the way r is everyone aware there's a bad one out of four white kids in america is raise by single mother and no they're not i would stars in etc etc at a people aware that the mid shore t of recipients of welfare benefits our white people now the majority of people basically get into trouble of all kinds are white people and yes it it's a well black people are over represented they like people of suffered more and they've experience flavor all true and i'm not here trying to make a case of competitive victim is a shame because that's stupid but what i am trying to say is that for those on the left to are very very determined two make white people he'll guilty because we had so and everybody and so we're doing has a good but it ain't going to work because it's not the truth it's not believed experience of most white people in this country mike in colorado springs colorado you're on the michel men bench okay mike and then how you doing on the well you know i'm one they are going to the radio and heard it and that leaves okay and in the league if the you've been break and you feel lesson learned that i'm made a good judgment quite could be with white group merger well the you did really well the his wife but would've two years and the and the here we go are follows.
"university wisconsin" Discussed on KNTH 1070 AM
"Here for example university wisconsin at madison is currently taking applications for its men's project a six week program that aims to help through the alleged harmful affects of societies mask gil it he paradigm is i love that parent i make great and rushers paradigm some pressures and empower participants to promote gender equity so the colleges are now producing a feminist man right now use that term absolutely just as i would be use mask utilize women their producing both and this is the feminist thing that is always been the feminist a varies or been the present memphis of patriarch the at mascot limit the and stations between the sexes let alone many roles three man sexist so there's been a tremendous success the problem is the victims are are all amongst rush like fisher dear woman who is now trying to find a man and the pool of man who are desirable to women hash won't even though women claim especially if there but each these that this is exactly the type of man that they want right i will admit and this will drive for some of you crazy and i don't mean to drive you crazy but i will acknowledge that i have always been suspicious man who do find themselves a feminist if a man believes that men and women should be treated equally he is just a decent human being he's not a feminist at any decent human being james but the they missed treatment of women despicable they also fined by the way the mystery men despicable just say so i'd before there's decent people find despicable treatment of people despicable but at least things are not are never heard on campus is we're man our told to take the best one of the best features of being the man mascot women being and to feel guilty about it and two instead promoted gender equity man project this is from the university of wisconsin at madison we're few have some you should do warming elite find out of fusion role from this program man project creates think space for critical so for flexion and dialogue about what it means to be a man memento mask you live the impacts awesome those around the experience focus is only examination of societal images expectation ten messages around rescue limit the to empower meant to better understand themselves promote the advancement of gender equity and reach consciousness in their community.