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    Changes to athletic scholarships considered...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-09-17 10:41:36

    SEC considering most revolutionary change to college sports since Title IX, how it could impact Pac-12 schools.

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    Idaho State Football

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-09-10 02:46:06

    The Bengals are 1-0. The Big Sky team beat Western Colorado of Grand Junction 38-13.

    Virtually no one believes they have a chance to beat the Utes in SLC. I’m going with 48-13. KW was a coach at ISU early in his career. I suspect he’ll not want the Utes to run up the score in this one, while if 48-13 comes to pass, its a drubbing. We may be surprised at how well ISU performs, at least early when adrenaline is running and late when the Utes are coasting.

    Consensus is that Utah has had one eye on USC for weeks. Understandable if true, despite the one week at a time mantra.

    I hope no one gets injured. I want Utah’s OL to continue to protect Huntley, for there to be no turnovers, and for penalties to be at an absolute minimum. It would be ideal if receivers caught all catchable passes, and the secondary racked up interceptions.

    I’d love it if the team came out to play from the get go. Then executed text book well.

    Better the end of the third quarter the second and third string played and stayed in to finish the game. They need game experience.

    Finally, I want our new kicker to attempt two and make both field goals.

    I’m sure the Bengals will have a say.

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    Terrific article in the DN...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-09-09 06:25:57

    Welcome to the QB scramble and how it has changed the game forever.

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    USC’s Freshman QB

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-09-08 02:56:46

    Kedon Slovis.

    ‘Good God, who is this kid?’ How Kedon Slovis came from way off the radar to start at USC.

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    To UteStuckInSeattle...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-09-07 14:02:42

    Massive thank you. I was able to watch the entire game from my inn room in Moreton-in-Marsh in the Cotswolds! Awesome!

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    The New Yorker Article today...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-09-05 09:54:10

    Student Debt Is Transforming The American Family.

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    Talk among yourselves

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-08-31 08:35:05

    56 Yards.

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    I thought this article was a good read...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-07-20 19:29:15

    SLTrib, GM: Utah-BYU game.

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    A few pages back, I posted a link to a new Reuters article on the US economy.

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-07-03 09:53:27

    That post generated a number of questions and responses on US income distribution, more specifically on the growing disparity in income and concentration of wealth to the upper 10% and 1%.

    While the long term trend has been in the concentration of wealth, the truth is we do not have data past 2015-2016. So we do not actually know if the Trump-GOP tax cut has changed that metric.

    See latest from "statista" in US wealth distribution is here, Apri 29, 2019: Wealth distribution in the United States in 2016.

    Also see from "statista": Household income distribution in the United States in 2017.

    US Census data, overall higher income, but the highest income bracket (e.g., holders of capital) is rising very fast, all others are in decline, inflation adjusted:



    We do know that the tax cut benefited disproportionately corporations first and holders of capital in general. The idea around lowering taxes for corporations and the holders of capital comes out of an economic theory called "trickle down economics."

    We do know that wages have risen by a few percent in this tighter labor market.

    We also know that the Fed has its eye on inflation and labor costs are a major factor to that and one the Fed controls with a variable overnight unsecured bank rate (Fed Funds Rate). So perhaps unwittingly the Fed in effect keeps wages from rising.

    The Balance, updated October 2018: Why Trickle Down Economic Works in Theory But Not in Fact — When Trickle-Down Economics Works.

    Media Bias for The Balance is virtually dead center. This article is quite informative.

    Trickle-down economics is a theory that claims benefits for the wealthy trickle down to everyone else. These benefits are tax cuts on businesses, high-income earners, capital gains, and dividends.

    Trickle-down economics assumes investors, savers, and company owners are the real drivers of growth. It promises they’ll use any extra cash from tax cuts to expand businesses. Investors will buy more companies or stocks. Banks will increase lending. Owners will invest in their operations and hire workers. All of this expansion will trickle down to workers. They will spend their wages to drive demand and economic growth.

    Republicans continue to use trickle-down economic theory to guide policy.

    On December 22, 2017, President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. It cut the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 21 percent beginning in 2018. The top individual tax rate drops to 37 percent. Trump's tax plan cuts income tax rates, doubles the standard deduction, and eliminates personal exemptions. The corporate cuts are permanent while the individual changes expire at the end of 2025.

    The Tax Policy Center found that those earning in the top 1 percent would receive a larger tax cut percentage than those in lower income levels. By 2027, those in the lowest 20 percent income levels would pay higher taxes.

    Important: Though Trump said it would boost growth enough to make up for the debt increase, the Joint Committee on Taxation reported that the Act would add $1 trillion even after including the tax cut's impact on economic growth. It wouldn't spur growth enough to offset the cuts' loss in revenue.

    The article goes into the source for the theory of trickle down economics and uses examples from Reagan to Bush on its success or lack of it. Note, while the GOP adheres tightly to this theory, it is well known among economists that it is being wildly misapplied in the US model. If you want to know why, please read the short article and follow up with its embedded links.

    But given this massive tax cut in the name of trickle down economics, do you believe it will be different this time? Yes, it is true, we do not yet have data covering the sitting president's administration. But directionally, given history, do you believe income distribution will narrow now?

    I don't.

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    Trickle down...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-07-02 09:44:16

    The U.S. economy, Reuters, July 1, 2109: Rich get richer, everyone else not so much in record U.S. expansion.

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    Rivals link to top Utah FB prep prospects...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-06-28 11:09:50

    Honestly, I have not heard a word about any of them except Noah Sewell. All five shown in this view are undecided on college.

    Top Utah FB Players.

    Any thoughts from the gallery on chances for Utah to get some of these guys? One shows Utah as where he will end up. The other 4 are projected to go out of state.

    Sewell (ILB ) is projected to go to Oregon.

    Carlton (SDE) is projected to go to Nebraska.

    Fillinger (SDE) is projected to go to Texas or Michigan.

    Harrison (OT) is projected to go to Utah.

    Ritchie (S) is projected to go to UCLA or Stanford.

    Here is Scouts list: Top Utah Recruits.

    Here is 247Sports list of top Utah HS prospects (highly BYU oriented): 0 2020 Prospects In Utah That You Need To Watch This Season.

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    Excellent summary of Utah basketball...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-06-28 09:59:26

    ...as far as returning players, incoming recruits, and targets for the next recruiting class.

    247Sports: Roster Update: A look at the current state of the Runnin' Utes.

    Most of us have been puzzled by recent departures of key pieces to Utah's basketball team. I was anyway, not expecting Jace Johnson or Donny Tillman to so decidedly and quickly seek to play elsewhere. Utah needed those guys, even if it does have great talent coming in.

    Of course, we all look to the staff, the head coach in particular, when weird stuff happens. And the turnover now is as terrible as it ever was under Rick Majerus. I know the transfer portal makes it easier and the team may be better off with a player who no longer wants to be a Ute. Yet that fact raises red flags.

    At any rate, this summary is superior and it gives us reason to be optimistic.

    It seems that K3 always out performs expectations, so what do you expect for the upcoming season?

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    A dose of encouraging news for humanity...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-06-28 08:54:53

    What would you do?

    NYT: Would You Return This Lost Wallet?

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    Of possible interest...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-06-26 13:14:03

    Bloomberg Businessweek: The Polygamist Accused of Scamming the U.S. Out of $500 Million.

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    Great article...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-06-19 17:29:03

    Why You Can’t Trust Yourself: Even when you think you know for sure, think again.

    Bertrand Russell famously said, “The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are so certain of themselves and wiser people so full of doubts.”

    Over the years, I’ve hammered on the importance of becoming comfortable with uncertainty and ambiguity, in questioning all of your most cherished beliefs and dreams, on practicing skepticism, and doubting everything, most importantly yourself. Throughout these posts, I’ve hinted at the fact that our brains are fundamentally unreliable, that we really have no clue what we’re talking about, even when we think we do, and so on.

    Being a question everything kinda guy, this appealed to me at a core level and I thought a few of you would be interested. Got to say, Bertrand Russell nailed it. Know what I mean...

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    Amazon...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-06-16 09:37:17

    Fascinating read: The Ruthless Reality of Amazon's One-Day Shipping.

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    Interesting...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-06-10 08:17:51

    NPR, June 6, 2019: Microplastics Have Invaded The Deep Ocean — And The Food Chain.

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    A week or so back, I posted some articles about high speed trains...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-06-09 10:58:03

    Parking Has Eaten American Cities – A study documents the huge amount of space taken up by parking, and the astronomical costs it represents, in five U.S. cities.

    I like the idea frankly for high speed trains. This article shows one more facet of why its a good idea. If cities are the engine of ingenuity, why hamper them?

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    Come fly with me...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-06-03 21:20:24

    NYT: Boeing Built Deadly Assumptions Into 737 Max, Blind to a Late Design Change.

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    Why No High Speed Rail In The US

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-06-02 08:29:13

    Trains

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    Who do you believe here, the Navy or some other dud?

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-05-28 16:55:57

    Navy guys, please comment.

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    Terrific article in the Guardian about repairing you own stuff...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-05-10 19:11:54

    Sidestepping Apple: the third-party tinkerers fighting for your right to repair.

    Of course, we know manufacturers will always do the right thing by us consumers. You believe that, right?

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    Interesting podcast on capitalism...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-04-27 18:29:14

    WBUR.ORG: Why Capitalism Is In Trouble — According To Billionaires.

    This 43 minute podcast is from OnPoint and NPR. The first speaker is Ray Dalio, billionaire and master investment guru for Bridgewater Associates.

    You hear a sense of urgency that is unexpected from billionaires.

    Ray Dalio has a compelling essay on LinkedIn (Why and How Capitalism Needs to Be Reformed (Parts 1 & 2).). To get to the meat of the podcast, you need to get half way in.

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    Basketball sport news of note...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-04-26 20:55:11

    Virginia Basketball Team Declines Invitation to WH.

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    In an interview Taz did on ESPN700...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-04-15 16:21:44

    ...he was going to commit about now. See this 247Sports page on him: JC SG from Texas, Tajzmel Sherman.

    The top 3 are listed as SMU, West Virginia, and Utah.

    As Ute_In_Texas noted a page back, West Virginia just picked up a commit from high scoring JUCO SG Sean McNeil.

    Anyone heard or read anything new?

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    The Day, No The Hour Dinosaurs Died...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-04-15 00:22:35

    The New Yorker: A young paleontologist may have discovered a record of the most significant event in the history of life on Earth.

    If, on a certain evening about sixty-­six million years ago, you had stood somewhere in North America and looked up at the sky, you would have soon made out what appeared to be a star. If you watched for an hour or two, the star would have seemed to grow in brightness, although it barely moved. That’s because it was not a star but an asteroid, and it was headed directly for Earth at about forty-five thousand miles an hour. Sixty hours later, the asteroid hit. The air in front was compressed and violently heated, and it blasted a hole through the atmosphere, generating a supersonic shock wave. The asteroid struck a shallow sea where the Yucatán peninsula is today. In that moment, the Cretaceous period ended and the Paleogene period began.

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    Stockpiling the most precious of NFL commodities: young, talented quarterbacks...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-04-08 10:08:27

    The Arizona Cardinals May Have Stumbled Into a Revolutionary Idea.

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    Yesterday on ESPN700 was a short podcast interview with Tajzmel Sherman...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-03-28 16:28:14

    Find it on the website for the station.

    The Houston kid visited Utah last weekend, a JC guard at Collin College is north and northeast of Dallas. Taz has done well this season. He’s averaging 27.4 points per game, aided by 88-percent FT shooting.

    Here is a newspaper article that mentions him.

    Huggins has eyes on several 2019 prospects.

    As he noted in the interview, he will make a decision in mid-April.

    He is one of five other guards Utah is recruiting. The question is who goes?

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    Anyone else rooting for UCF?

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-03-24 17:20:34

    Barn burner of a game.

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    Of course, corporatations will always do what is right for the consuming public...

    by UtahFanSir
    2019-03-18 18:06:03

    ...like always. And a government too eager to give the Titans of Commerce a free ride...and to limit what We The People can do about it...

    From Boeing's hometown newspaper: Flawed analysis, failed oversight: How Boeing, FAA certified the suspect 737 MAX flight control system.

    I'll say it again. Regulations are always reactive. Tell me specifically which ones are useless.

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    The uploaded image below is about the birth of the Utes. You figure out the rest.

    Californian by birth into a military family. But I became a Ute in 1969 when I accepted a track scholarship. Have both undergraduate and graduate degrees from Utah.

    Basketball, which I did not play, has been a passion since the season of 1969-1970. That season I ran the court at halftime for the Ute games to make sure it was dry and dusted. Jocks had their privileges.

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