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Newt Gingrich: Think About What the FBI Will Do to You

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:42 min | Last week

Newt Gingrich: Think About What the FBI Will Do to You

"Gingrich, one of our great American statesman. I've never heard Newt Gingrich I was watching his interview last night on Fox News. I have never seen him. So angry. I think you remember the sandy Berger incident. He went into the national archives and came out with those documents in his pants and his socks and anywhere he can stick them. Look, there's clearly a double standard. But I think what's even more troubling. And whatever American, whether you're Democrat, Republican, doesn't matter. Liberal conservative, it doesn't matter. If 30 FBI agents can take over the house of a former president of the United States and probable candidate for president, what can they do to you? And when you look at the Democrats who are trying to add 85,000 IRS agents to the already existing 77,000, that would mean a 162,000 IRS agents compared, for example, to 29,000 people that we have on the border trying to control the border. But the purpose of it simple. They want to control you. These raids, the kind of thing you talked about earlier with taking people off an airplane and chains, having people, a guy standing outside at three in the morning in his pajamas. These things are all designed to intimidate if this government can get away with third world tactics of worthy of Venezuela or the East German Stasi or Zimbabwe under Mugabe. If that's the future, then the constitution has a working document has ceased to exist.

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"berger" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

Bitcoin Audible

05:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"berger" Discussed on Bitcoin Audible

"Links and discounts will be in the show notes for all of the above. With that, I want to say one more thing before we jump into today's show and that is happy birthday to my dad. It is his birthday today and funny enough after four years of doing the podcast, he now actually listens to the show. And he will randomly send me a text. Every once in a while and just be like, all this was a really great point, or this was a really cool thing that I didn't know about that he had just listened to, you know, some episode of the show and I just want to say that makes me feel good. And I wanted to wish him a happy birthday. So happy birthday, dad. And I love you. Let's get into today's show. With Jared from mash and Jesse Berger, author of magic Internet money. All right, well shit, let's just go ahead and get into this. Let's jump right in. So guys, welcome to the show. Jesse, did we have, I know we've talked a couple times, but you haven't been on the show yet. Have you? Yeah, we've spoken behind the scenes a couple of times. Okay. Well, welcome officially to the show. I am stoked about this audiobook thing. Finally happening. I feel like this is like the last Game of Thrones book. Are we ever going to be able to get it concluded? But Jesse, welcome to the show. Jared, welcome. We have just met. I'm really interested in what you're building here. This is, this is a neat little thing that is kind of dropped. I had no idea that this was on the way. And this seems like a, well, before nobody knows what I'm talking about yet. But a really cool application for lightning for what's unique about the offering that lightning can provide. But first off, let me just hand it over to you guys. I want you guys to give a little introduction of yourselves for anybody who doesn't know Jesse, why don't you go first? Sure. So I am Jesse Berger. I am the author of magic Internet money, a book about Bitcoin.

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J. Michael Luttig Was Buffoonish, Incoherent During His Testimony

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 2 months ago

J. Michael Luttig Was Buffoonish, Incoherent During His Testimony

"Pence deserves to be treated better than this and Trump deserves to be treated better than this Quite frankly They're both being used really as best as I can tell without their consent By the never trumpers and the Democrats They hate Pence They hate Trump Bill Barr is doing a fan dance for them Because he likes being celebrated rather than being accused of impeachable offenses Jay Michael ludik was somebody explained to me why he was there Why was he there Oh because he's a renowned conservative judge He sounded buffoonish incoherent And self aggrandizing But the long pauses like spit it out Mike as we used to call him Yes he clerked for chief justice Berger Was almost like a son to him Two years in a row when I interned at the court and for burger when I was in law school And we were good friends And we've been good friends Not anymore I tell you these guys and the click lights are on or the pressures on You really that's when you see the test of a person's character They really is It really is

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Kopech, Pollock lead White Sox to 4-0 win over Dodgers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Kopech, Pollock lead White Sox to 4-0 win over Dodgers

"Michael kopech and four relievers combined on a 5 hitter as the White Sox shut out the Dodgers for nothing Went the first 6 innings allowing just one hit with 8 strikeouts picking up the victory while lowering his ERA to 1.94 To be honest I've tried to not look at my stats the entire year My dad was telling me that my stats were good a couple weeks ago and I was like dad listen I know I talk about this So that they respect them and say the same to you Offensively the Sox scored all four of their runs in the 6th frame with former Dodger AJ Pollack coming through with a pinch at two run double before Jake Berger and Reese McGuire had RBI hits In relief Phil bickford suffered the loss for the Dodgers who have dropped three in a row David Schuster Chicago

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How Trump Saved Conservatism, the Constitution, and the Supreme Court

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | 3 months ago

How Trump Saved Conservatism, the Constitution, and the Supreme Court

"Presidencies can be ultimately evaluated in my view as how did they serve the constitution. And you served the constitution by the people you put on the bench. President Nixon's greatest failure is Harry blackman. Lauren Berger was not very good. Lewis Powell was okay in rehnquist was great. Ike's greatest failure was a warrant and William Brennan. Reagan's greatest failure. Though I admire her character, is justice O'Connor and justice Kennedy. H W's greatest failure is David souter. We don't know yet whether W failed when he picked John Roberts over Mike lytic. I don't think he did. I think they're both, they're both friends of mine. And they both listen to the show and so they both should hear me say, I don't think it makes a lick a difference, which one of them was going to be chief justice in the long run, though they have different temperaments. But it is Trump's triumph compared to all those other conservatives to have put on Gorsuch Kavanaugh and ABC, and when someone replaces Matt continental and writes the right in 40 years, I think they're going to hold up as the most constitutionalist person. Donald Trump and having done the most for the constitution understood is the frame of silver around the apple of gold that is the declaration by virtue of the judges and especially by virtue of those three.

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"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

02:19 min | 6 months ago

"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

"And then Netflix <Speech_Male> shows up and he's wearing <Speech_Male> like <Speech_Male> Jean jacket <Speech_Male> shirts and <Speech_Male> like $2000 <Speech_Male> balenciaga shirts, <Speech_Male> so <SpeakerChange> I don't know. <Speech_Male> Well, so <Speech_Male> we had a huge discussion <Speech_Male> about this. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I was talking with Colin <Speech_Male> before <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> Northern Trust, and we came <Speech_Male> up with this idea that <Speech_Male> he should <Speech_Male> wear suit <Speech_Male> to the Northern <Speech_Male> Trust because he was taking the <Silence> ferry over. And I was like, <Speech_Male> man, <Speech_Male> these other sports <Speech_Male> like MBA are <Speech_Male> able to show off their personality <Speech_Male> a little bit more, and I <Speech_Male> know that you guys are golfers, <Speech_Male> but your generation of <Speech_Male> golfers are the ones that <Speech_Male> we like. You guys are regular <Speech_Male> dudes, like you just said, <Speech_Male> you like to just <Speech_Male> chill and put the clubs away <Speech_Male> and you're a real <Speech_Male> person. You're <Speech_Male> not like, you're not the prototypical <Speech_Male> stereotypical <Speech_Male> golfer. And <Speech_Male> he ended up doing it <Speech_Male> mister cut. <SpeakerChange> So <Speech_Male> maybe the idea was bad. <Speech_Male> He did end up doing <Speech_Male> that. I did see that <Speech_Male> actually. So <Speech_Male> I think that there's this <Speech_Male> trend that maybe <Speech_Male> I started and <Speech_Male> I'm not going to I'm not fishing <Speech_Male> for compliments, but <Speech_Male> is that something <Speech_Male> that you would like <SpeakerChange> participate <Speech_Male> in, where it's <Speech_Male> like, I think <Speech_Male> it's weird that you wear <Speech_Male> the same thing <Speech_Male> from your living <Speech_Male> room to the coffee <Speech_Male> shop and then to the first <Speech_Male> tee. <Speech_Male> That's strange. If I <Speech_Male> saw you before you were around on <Speech_Male> Sunday, you're going <SpeakerChange> to be wearing the <Speech_Male> same outfit that I see you on <Speech_Male> TV. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I would be about <Speech_Male> I think I own like <Speech_Male> one suit that I bought <Speech_Male> like 12 years <Speech_Male> ago, so I wouldn't go <Silence> suit, but <SpeakerChange> I'd probably <Speech_Male> go like, <Silence> you know, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> sweater <Speech_Male> and I <Speech_Male> mean, I'm more of a chill, so <Speech_Male> probably like <SpeakerChange> sweater and <Speech_Male> sweatpants before <Speech_Male> they're out. And that would be <Speech_Male> awesome. We'd be like, look at Daniel <Speech_Male> Berger just showing <Speech_Male> up like this <Speech_Male> is just a whole home <Speech_Male> Sunday and then you go out and win <Speech_Male> the fucking golf tournament. <Speech_Male> That'd be amazing. <Speech_Male> And also, you'd actually <Speech_Male> be able to utilize these <Speech_Male> locker rooms that these <Speech_Male> PGA Tour venues <Speech_Male> built for you guys. <Speech_Male> What else is you <Speech_Male> guys going there and what? <Speech_Male> You give each other high <Speech_Male> 5s and you leave. You don't even <Speech_Male> get dressed. <SpeakerChange> There's no locker <Speech_Male> room aspect. Come on. <Speech_Male> The locker room is kind <Speech_Male> of a joke. There's usually <Speech_Male> like golf balls <SpeakerChange> and gloves <Speech_Male> in your locker. That's about <Speech_Male> it. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> We're trying to get this <Speech_Male> culture just <Speech_Male> a little bit more vibrant. <Speech_Male> Come on. <Silence> I like <SpeakerChange> the idea. <Speech_Male> Yeah. <Speech_Male> I like it. <Speech_Male> I think you show a little bit <Speech_Male> more. Frankie, you're trying <Speech_Male> to get this thing spread, <Speech_Male> and I respect <Speech_Male> it. <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> So <Speech_Male> just keep <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> all right, Daniel, well <Speech_Male> look, we appreciate it. We <Speech_Male> appreciate the time, defending <Speech_Male> champ, so <Speech_Male> big week, no pressure out <Speech_Male> there. You've defended <SpeakerChange> before, <Speech_Male> right? FedEx? <Speech_Male> FedEx. <Speech_Male> Won that <Speech_Male> one. So <Speech_Male> that would be a cool <Speech_Male> cool thing to do <Speech_Male> here this week. <Speech_Male> That'd be real cool. Well, <Speech_Male> good luck this week. <Silence> Play well. Thanks, boys. Appreciate it. Thanks, Dan. Thanks, man.

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"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:45 min | 6 months ago

"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

"Like the biggest thing that happens is Patrick Reed taking a bad drop, you know, or stuff like that. You know, there's not there's not like guys going out and getting arrested or taking the shirts off and leaving the golf course, mid round. But you should try that though. Give it a go. I could, I could. What he has planned, and that's why the producers are like, this guy's gonna be a fucking superstar. Dirt off at AT&T. No, I think you know overall though I think golf and this is our buddy Chad was telling us off the records we're gonna give you stories, but you know he was basically saying like, what's gonna make golf change and a lot of people's minds who are big golf fans, hopefully, is like normalizing people that are in people's brains like above being normal, right? And like you said, you fly in, you don't really do anything, you probably pretty normal. Do you like to be out on your boat in Florida, which pretty much everyone on earth likes to be out on a boat, in Florida? I think normalizing people and then all of a sudden you're inside the robes at iconic pebble beach, knocking down flag sticks on the smallest greens in the world. I think that juxtaposition to people with all the other contexts will be really cool. Yeah, I think you nailed it. I think that's what they're going for. And I think it's going to be I think it's going to be amazing for the game and golf. And a lot of people that maybe not haven't been golf fans are going to get into the game because of it, which I think is going to be awesome. What's like the biggest shot at pebble that intimidates you or that you think about it's got to be the 18th two shot. It's just so easy to sit there and hit one and just re T if you started too far left. But actually hit one last year I hit one out of bounds right. So I've done both. I've hit them left and I put them right there. But the hardest part is getting up the next day and hitting one after doing that. Yeah. It's such an awkward tee shot. It's really awkward. It's because like you said, you think the intimidation is on the left, but if you push one a little bit right, there's card path over there. There's OB quickly over there. It's a little dicey as a course with such small greens in the wind going. Do you do anything gearing up for this week or really focus on iron places? This is such a second shot kind of course. Yeah, I mean, I'm always bringing out. I've got this little GC quad. It's called the foresight. It's like a mini trackman that we take out there and all hit a ton of shots out on the golf course with actual practice rounds playing with it just to see how far my ball is going and I think that's made a big difference in the last year or so is being able to know how far I'm hitting it all the time, you know, because with track man it was a little tougher to set up behind the ball. Now you just take the foresight turn it on and put it next to your ball and you go. And I just think knowing how far you're hitting it all the time makes a big difference, especially with the conditions and the cold..

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"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:25 min | 6 months ago

"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

"So I would love to see if they ramped spy up into major championship conditions. Yeah. What it would play like. Well, like when they had the open here at what was it 2018 or 19? It plays so different than it does for the pebble beach. Like the fairways are half as wide, the rough is twice as thick. The greens are twice as fast. So, I mean, in that scenario, it's pebble is like really hard. So it just kind of depends on the conditions. Yeah. I remember I think Phil won that year. Phil won the AT&T that year and they asked him, oh, is this a good home and going into and he was like, this is gonna be a completely different golf course come June, so it doesn't matter. Yeah. We've played there a handful of times, which is insane to even say for us like just packs. But I've always gotten defeated by pebble just because of the length and it's more of a mental defeat. I never play my game there. There's something about that place where it's like, it's so long. It looks so daunting. And for us, every sling feels like it's the hardest thing on the planet, even though if you really just take hold by hole like you're saying, there's a lot of room to move it from right to left. You can spray it off the tee a little bit more. For me, it's like I crumble, man. Except for the 8th hole, I've dominate the 8th hole. It is. He made a part. It made like a par one time. Daniel Berger would take in the U.S. open Daniel Berger would take exactly the way I played that whole hundred times out of a hundred and three wood to the edge of the fairway from the back tees. I had a 6 iron because the wind was in my face a little bit off left to right. I fucking nutted the 6 iron way up left. Tell us about your fantasy team. Tell us about your fantasy team real quick. Back of the hole and then all of a sudden the caddy told me that someone jumped off the cliff one day and Christmas and ruined the Bible vacation completely. It did. And it did. And then I missed the birdie but still a four on 8. Or for three. We take that every day. True. Definitely in that three there. Yeah. Yeah, do you get going into it? I mean, you're only gonna play spy once, so do you even, is that weird for you to prepare for three different golf courses? A couple of them are all gonna see. Is that a weird dynamic or again do you just not really care that much? No, it's definitely a challenge. I mean, you have to, you have to manage your time well enough to be able to kind of get the preparation you need in for all the courses. But I think I'll usually walk 9 holes with a wedge and a putter at spy and just kind of see how the conditions are playing, see what it looks like, kind of get a feel for the green speeds. And then pebble is like a shit show. You can't even go out there. Everyone wants to play pal..

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"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:48 min | 6 months ago

"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

"We got the defending champion at the pebble AT&T pro am Daniel Berger, DB straight vibe and hasn't seen the course yet, but actually you guys are gonna get weird talk with key Mitchell. You're supposed to get pretty good weather for pebble week. Yeah, I mean, it's always touch and go here at pebble. Sometimes it's nice. Sometimes it can be sketchy, but I think the forecast is like four sunny days, so hopefully it stays like that. Talk to me about speaking of DB straight vibe and how long have you had the handle DB straight vibe? I don't know. I guess I made Instagram like a while ago, I don't even remember and it's been the same since, but a lot of people like that. I don't know why I was just kind of like a spur of the moment thing, but I think our generation has to deal with that a lot of times when it comes to gamer tags on Xbox or place. And I can feel that. Yeah, like I used to play, I used to play like Call of Duty and stuff like that. So I can see that. Oh, totally. It was like Yang's child, 2000 or something. I'm like, I'm like 26 years old playing Call of Duty with these ridiculous names. No, it does get, it does get ridiculous, but I do think that's like you said, I remember that with the aim, the aim name and then emailed people and you'd have a ridiculous email. I think Trent still has like a Yahoo email that he uses. I do still have a Yahoo email. I've been loyal to them. They've been loyal to me as well, although they get hacked about twice a year and all everybody's information gets taken and it gets put onto some server somewhere that it's going to steal my identity. But I still have a Yahoo email. I like it. I think it works for me. Dude, I remember four years ago I was Call of Duty was going crazy through the office and big cat like recruited me to play a little bit of Call of Duty with him and obviously he had some big names with. So Juliet Edelman would just play when he was injured he would just play in our Call of Duty like crew and his name, I'm not gonna give it exactly, but it was legit like Juul heads like 11 or something. But after every game he'd be like, yo I'm getting all these messages of people we'd be like, dude, you're fucking handle. It's just your name. And he's never changed it from college the whole time. So talk to me about pebble week. It's an interesting week with the amateurs. You've clearly had success. You won last year, how much different is it? Is a weird kind of pace out there with amateurs slapping it around? Yeah, I mean, I think there's good in there bad when it comes to pebble, but I mean, there's more good than that. But yeah, obviously the rounds tend to be a little slower. I mean, luckily that the weather is going to be good, which makes a huge difference. When you get The Rain and you get the wind and you know, the hamsters don't quite have that skill level to be able to play in those conditions. That's when it really, really slows down. But as long as the weathers are, it's cool. And I mean, obviously, you get to see a bunch of people that you see on TV and you know through different places. And so that's pretty cool as well. Yeah, I guess it's one thing I've realized that every week for you guys is kind of different, right?.

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"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:51 min | 6 months ago

"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

"By Cisco. For charity, no less. They are playing on the 17th hole at pebble beach. Ever heard of it? So you think art holds? Tread buried it. Tread burden in real life. It would take place on 7 nope, Cisco is making someone really hit a good golf shot here and we attempted it. And it's very difficult. And if someone, if someone succeeds on this all in one, I mean, it's a 181 185 yards shot into the wind going towards the ocean. Winds coming off the ocean. It's a tough golf shot. At the end of the day, if someone succeeds on this, they deserve $1 million for charity. And that's going to be awesome to watch. I love the fact that we're going to see real golf shots into this tool. Seven's a flip wedge, and anyone can get lucky with that. You're going to need to be a golfer and you need to you're going to need to hit a golf shot to win the $1 million Cisco for charity, hole in one challenge. Is it the 17th or the 7th? 17th, I'm pretty sure. That's what we played on. We attempted on the 17th. So if they gave us 17, and everyone else is on 7, then someone needs to pay because I hit a 150 shots on 17 simulator. And my arms are still reeling from the pain. 17 makes a lot more sense because that is an extremely difficult goal shop. So hard. Extremely difficult golf shot. Hey, tune in to CBS on Saturday. If it's 7, there we go. We're going to get a whole one. If it's 17, it's going to be tough. And also, if it's 7, someone needs to pay for us having to play on 17 for two hours. I don't think it's 7. I just heard you say 7 earlier, so I was confused. 17th hole, most likely. Tune in, 12 p.m. eastern standard time, CBS, February 5th, the $1 million hole in one for charity, presented by Cisco. How we doing?.

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"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:01 min | 6 months ago

"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

"What are you talking about Tiger Woods? People can go back and watch this on the Cisco WebEx. I was starting to tear up. I don't know why. You just, the way you described how he shapes his shot. Something was going on with my right eye, where it started to well, and I actually let it keep going 'cause I wanted one drop to fall. It would have been phenomenal podcasting. But you have such a way you described it. The imagery was amazing. I was picturing a slight breeze coming in and him going with it. Felt like a Pokémon. It is majestic. Like the way he talks about it is the majestic. You can paint that picture in your head and Tiger just like whistling that shot in there and just the most beautiful form. Keep that picture at you too on 12 stepping up be like, okay, a low cut 7 here we go just like spinning one up into the got it. Oh, I had no chance. I mean, so here's the funny thing. I'm walking off number 11. And he's gone first on every single hole, okay? And I tell Joey the color's like, I'm gonna take this damn tea back from you guys eventually. And so then on 12 he hits that shot, I'm like, yeah, I'm never gonna take this tea back. It's happening like maybe 14. I made birdie. And that was maybe a boogie that Tiger made. And I hit the T and hit never saw teed off first. And Joey's like, congrats on Tia. I wish it didn't happen that way, though. Didn't even give me. He made bogey. He didn't really earn it. You didn't really. Right. Something impressive young, young buck. Wow. Ah, that's awesome. I'm with Frankie, man. I got like, I'm getting the chills and where you're kind of talking about Tiger. No offense. He's the best. He's the best. You've played with Tiger Woods, which is awesome. And then now you're going to you're going to have to face the four man scramble at some point here. We here on this Cisco WebEx. These four faces here that you're seeing, we're a problem when we were put together. And how do you think that you would do in a match against us? We're three you know at all times? Is that what it is? Three O all time against Tor pros? Yeah. Kids Joel and pat. Kids Joel and pat, we absolutely put them to bed. Wow. And those guys are the three best shit talkers on tour. No doubt. And so clearly that's not going to be a factor. It's like against you guys. So the only factor is actually good play, apparently, or maybe is where adviser you'll throw your own self off. So maybe that's the handicap. Is everyone wearing this? I won't be able to hit golf ball. I think we might have to. I like that. I think it's visor for Pfizer. We have to make our own visor, you come in with your adviser, and we just, it's a battle to the death. I was going to say to be fair, pat took us to 18 kids took us to 18 and Joel just didn't have a great day. I don't even remember how far anyone. But it's not like an 80. We thought it was his brother like Dan Damon. Pretty much every single match. So we don't blow people out of the water. I know Frank he's trying to sell to you like we're the evil empire, but we're it comes down to the end usually..

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"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:13 min | 6 months ago

"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

"Eastern, and Frankie tried this. They came extremely close, simulated track, extremely close. How many feet? 5? Yeah, I probably was 5. I think there was something wrong with the simulator. It looked like it was like a foot and a half. But yeah, it was 5. And simulator, it was basically. Yeah, we were doing the gimmes. It was within the give me range. So that's all that matters on the sim. Yeah, so yeah, I'm a real big fan of Cisco. I wonder what Cisco stands for. And I don't know that I think Cisco stands for, or is that just the name? They based out of San Francisco. Oh, headquarters. Wow. I don't know that's correct, but I really like that your brain went that direction. You say that quarter San Jose Frankie? Yeah. You might be onto something. Oh, Jake, just put it in there. Cisco is short for San Francisco, Cisco is short. The city where Stanford computer scientists Leonard bosak and sandy learner founded the company in 1984. That's why Cisco in the early days both second learner insisted on branding products with the lower case Cisco. Wow, trek. Ryan. Good work. That is amazing. It's done. Yeah, they're that brand name that you just know. You know what I mean? And when it comes to their technology, their Silicon Valley, they're very much just they're the reason why these companies take it to the next level. And we are happy to be on Cisco products since Cisco WebEx is a delightful little video terminal, whatever we're going to as an official part of the USGA Cisco created the first ever connected course to keep fans connected and use WebEx by Cisco, which is what we are using to revolutionize how media connect with fans. Again, tune in for the $1 million hole in one for charity, presented by Cisco on Saturday, February 5th, CBS, 12 p.m. eastern standard time. When you played Cyprus, these boys have been able to experience it and we always, that's one of those courses for us. You just look online and you look at the pictures and you can't believe that that place exists. Riggs alerts were lucky enough to play it, but we always hear about that 16th hole of that long par three and everyone talks about how it's like the hardest hole on the planet. And how do you attack that hole? Are you really trying to, you know, is that an important hole for you to get Duncan so iconic? Are you really trying to what club are you using on that? Because I know rig says he could use a driver and still not make it there. Well, I thought about this yesterday, we're on 16. It reminds me of a hoopy where if that was a par four, it would people wouldn't think it was that hard, right? Because you could just hit a 7 iron over the side, chip it up on the green, or you could go for it, and then two plot for birdie. But since it says par three, it's like this is the hardest hole in the world. Because you're using it relative to par. But all you're trying to do is make the low score on the hole. It doesn't matter those apart 6 or 7. You're just trying to make the low score. So that is a great example of what I hope he does so well is that it just takes par out of the equation, right? Just who makes a lot of score. But I'm not saying 16 shouldn't have a par..

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"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:34 min | 6 months ago

"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

"I don't mind going to different places. I mind commercial airline delays and no bags. Yeah. Okay, that is it. The packing. Do you know how big our golf bags are and as much shit as we have to carry around? I mean, it takes forever to pack..

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"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:42 min | 6 months ago

"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

"By Cisco, Saturday, February 5th on CBS speaking of Cisco. Here's our good friend Keith Mitchell. We got about an hour with him, we got 30 or 40 minutes with Daniel Berger, enjoyed the show. Wow. I didn't tighten mine. Oh, no one could tell him that you didn't take yours. I mean, it looks like a helmet. Thank you. Riggs looks like when the pitchers in baseball, where those extra big hats, they got on the fucking Philly's used to do that, I feel like it was a couple of years ago. It was like experimenting a helmet helmet hat and it was just so ridiculous. It's just going to fall down over his eyes and walk into a wall. It's like you just go, baby? Adviser guy? Would you become a visor guy? Actually, I've always been adviser guy. And it was until Nike when they made a really shitty visor that I had to wear the big ass flat Bill because I have such a big head. So once I didn't have to wear that anymore, I decided to get back to the game. What percentage of people you guys think where advisers more than you think? I'm going, I'm going 15, 15% of golfers where visors you think? Yeah. Sounds about right. 15 feels like a good number. It's slower. Yeah. I'm gonna go like this. Are we talking about all golfers? I'm the only adviser guy in my whole group of friends, I think. Yeah, lurch. One year, alerts are captain he got his visors as a squad, and we all looked absolutely ridiculous. But everybody. About every two years we probably to sell visors in the store and we sell none of them. What store talking about? Barstool sports store. Like online or like in New York because this is a southern thing. Online, it might be a little more southern. That's probably a good point. And y'all are, I mean, what's your demographic? You gotta be like 75% northern, right? We're getting a little more national. We're starting to believe that. You need a certain type of certain type of head structure. You need a big head. You need to be able to because it looks good on you. I don't know if it looks good on your own used to you wearing it. Like Laura, I'm used to him wearing it. Riggs looks like he needs to go to the hospital. And I look like I'm just doing I absolutely have a tea time on the LPGA. I can give you looks like it gets wired. It's a woman. That's fine. I have a feminine face. I definitely look like a female right now. There's no doubt about it. I mean, it's unbelievable. Every time he pops up on the screen talking, I just started dying laughing. It's not a good fit, man. We only do. I'll try to do this buffet of bits. We're fucking doing here with the Cisco thing. There's so much space dude over here. All right. We got Keith Mitchell. We're in the middle of the interview, by the way. Where are you at? Where are you coming at from? I'm literally a pebble beach. We're in the midst of it. And..

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"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:37 min | 6 months ago

"berger" Discussed on Fore Play

"Foreplay, presented by barstool sports, we have two guests on this show two great interviews with golfers, PGA Tour winners. We have Keith Mitchell first, and then we have Daniel Berger who's the defending champion at pebble beach this week. So boom, we're just cranking interviews lately to be honest with you. I think coming up very soon next week, we're gonna have a expert, a doctor in the art of basically the yips and neurological issues that translate to sports, which I don't know why we would have that on. I don't know if that's relevant. To anyone or anything here, but point as we get too big interviews here, colt was awesome on Tuesday's show. If you haven't seen that, go check it out. And then we got Keith Mitchell and Daniel Berger on this show, interview interview interview. Reminder to go subscribe to our YouTube channel. We're putting all of our hard work, our sweat, our tears, we got ebook, Jake bass, working really hard. Everybody's working really hard, putting these videos together, putting them out, putting them on YouTube, so if you subscribe, please subscribe to our YouTube channel for play golf, and then you're gonna get hit all the time with really cool videos that you're going to enjoy. Yeah, and something happened with the last one where it didn't get into the algorithm. It was like a copyright claim because of some sort of language that I use or something. I don't know. I think I said something about squirting and it stopped basically the final episode. The algorithm stream got stopped for a second. There was like a claim on the video and now it's been cleared. So now it's back into wherever it goes on YouTube. YouTube algorithm is a fucking crazy place. I don't know how it works. I don't know how it operates, but if you fuck it up for one second, you lose your stream. We're at like a 100,000 views. That video at band and dunes should have 400,000 views. That's how good of a match it is. That's how good of a golf course it is. Go watch it. If you haven't seen it pop up on your next suggested videos that's because something happened to the video. It happens every now and again. And then again, I'm going to plug the Disney episode is a fantastic fantastic episode. Wholesome. It's just wholesome. It's funny. It's great. It's us off the golf, of course, it's stuff that we want to start doing more. When we do the travel series, we want to start doing more stuff off the golf course and incorporate all the things you can do in the towns and the cities and we're starting to do that a lot. Disney was like everything encapsulated with that. So yeah, the YouTube page is in a good place and then keep an eye open Trent and I have not forgotten about it. We've been traveling a lot. We are going to do the hole in one challenge on PGA Tour two K. We're going to need all the money that goes into the super chat on YouTube..

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Joint Chiefs chairman and Marine Corps chief have COVID-19

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Joint Chiefs chairman and Marine Corps chief have COVID-19

"Two two of of the the nation's nation's top top military military officers officers have have tested tested positive positive for for covert covert nineteen nineteen a a spokesman spokesman says says joint joint chiefs chiefs chairman chairman mark mark Emily Emily is is experiencing experiencing very very mild mild symptoms symptoms after after a a positive positive test test yesterday yesterday and and that that he's he's working working in in isolation isolation his his most most recent recent contact contact with with president president Biden Biden came came Wednesday Wednesday at at a a funeral funeral Millie Millie spokesman spokesman says says six six of of the the other other seven seven joint joint chiefs chiefs members members tested tested negative negative the the marine marine corps corps says says comma comma dot dot David David Berger Berger tested tested positive positive without without giving giving other other details details defense defense secretary secretary Lloyd Lloyd Austin Austin said said earlier earlier this this month month he he too too tested tested positive positive and and quarantined quarantined at at home home Sager Sager made made Ghani Ghani Washington Washington

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"berger" Discussed on The One You Feed

The One You Feed

03:38 min | 9 months ago

"berger" Discussed on The One You Feed

"Our guest on this episode is Jonah Berger, a professor at the Wharton school at the University of Pennsylvania. He's an international bestselling author and a world renowned expert on word of mouth, social influence, consumer behavior, and how products, ideas and behaviors catch on. Today Jonah and Eric discuss his book, the catalyst, how to change anyone's mind. Hi Jonah, welcome to the show. Thanks so much for having me. It is a pleasure to have you on. We are going to be discussing your book the catalyst how to change anyone's mind, and we might even get into a little of your previous book invisible influence because there's some great things in there also. But we'll start like we always do with the parable. There's a grandfather who's talking with his grandson. He said in life there are two wolves inside of us that are always a battle. One is a good wolf, which represents things like kindness and bravery and love, and the other is a bad wolf, which represents things like greed and hatred and fear. And the grandson stops, and he thinks about it for a second. He looks up at his grandfather he says, well, grandfather, which one wins? And the grandfather says the one you feed. So I'd like to start off by asking you what that parable means to you in your life and in the work that you do. I like this pair of a lot. I think we always have a choice about how to spend our time. What we spend at doing who we spend it with and how we use the limited amount of time we have every day and every week. And I think the more we spend time in good areas of our life, as I think the parable sort of says, we feed that aspect. It becomes more focal to us more central to us. It becomes what we think about. And where we devote more attention. At the same time, the more we feed that other side of us, whether it's greed per se or other other aspects, the more it becomes focal, the more it becomes what we think about and the more it becomes the way we orient ourselves..

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Americans win Ryder Cup in a rout, send Europe a message

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 11 months ago

Americans win Ryder Cup in a rout, send Europe a message

"The United States team has secured a record breaking winning the Ryder Cup the U. S. one seven of the twelve individual matches and tied two others to finish with a record total of nineteen points which in turn produced another record the ten point winning margin the largest ever against Europe Kolubara Congress secured the win by tying the fifth match of the day Daniel Berger secure the record nineteen point in the last match of the tournament Dustin Johnson at thirty seven the oldest American team member won all five of his matches to be the standout player of the event I'm grand like us

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"berger" Discussed on The Green Insider Powered by eRENEWABLE

The Green Insider Powered by eRENEWABLE

05:08 min | 11 months ago

"berger" Discussed on The Green Insider Powered by eRENEWABLE

"Commodities trading companies in the world. The contact information for these members can be found on the emma's website. That's up for now. We look forward to giving another update soon. Thanks for making too much of that. Mr steve sheppard and of course all that available on their website as well. Over at named dot com. That's namer dot com all right. Let's get right down to it. The moment we've all been waiting for the conversation with mr john berger. Ceo and founder of senova talking again about his entrepreneurial roots kind of what sonoma's role is in improving the energy transition as well as kind of their role in the energy infrastructure. Not to mention we'll get into a little bit about what they plan to do. Moving forward with not just the becoming the go to for all things residential solar but residential power as well plus what it means for. Ev charging and their plans for that. It is a fascinating interview with one of the premier minds and all things renewable energy..

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Dozens Dead, Several Injured in Stampede at Israeli Festival

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Dozens Dead, Several Injured in Stampede at Israeli Festival

"People have been killed in a stampede in northern Israel. CBS News correspondent Robert Berger reports from Jerusalem. More than 100,000 people attended an annual religious event in northern Israel. But when they headed for the exit disaster struck dozens of People who crowded into a narrow passageway were trampled to death in a stampede. It was one of the deadliest civilian disasters in Israel's history. Robert Berger, CBS NEWS Jerusalem Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called this a great tragedy and says he's praying for the victims

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What’s considered ‘high’ blood pressure may be different for women and men, new research reveals

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

What’s considered ‘high’ blood pressure may be different for women and men, new research reveals

"You may be used to hearing that a so called normal blood pressure is lower than 1 20/80. But a new study looking at 30 years of data show Those that may not be the case for women really have to look at men and women differently. Dr. Rachel Burger is a cardiologists, with Virginia Heart talking about findings from the Smith Heart Institute at Cedars Sinai while men had a correlation. Between high blood pressure and heart disease at a higher number, like 1, 20 or 1, 40 women had increased risk of heart disease, even with the blood pressure is low is 100 or 110. Berger says. Women What you need to do is know your numbers, knowing what your blood pressure is. And speaking to your physician and finding out if that's inappropriate blood pressure for you for seeking w T o P news.

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95-year-old Tennessee man who was Nazi guard gets deported to Germany

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

95-year-old Tennessee man who was Nazi guard gets deported to Germany

"A 95 year old former Nazi concentration camp guard was deported from the United States and is now in his native Germany, where he's being held by police for questioning. I'm Julie Walker, a 95 year old former Nazi concentration camp guard was deported from the United States and is now in his native Germany, where he's being held by police. Frederick called. Berger arrived Saturday, according to German authorities. Until then, he'd been living in Tennessee. The U. S Justice Department says Berger admitted to being a guarded a Nazi concentration sub camp and is still receiving a pension for his work. In recent years. German prosecutors have successfully argued that by helping a death camp or concentration camp function Guards can be found guilty of accessory to murder. The Justice Department says Burger is the 70 ith Nazi persecutor removed from the United States. I'm Julie Walker.

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US deports former Nazi concentration camp guard to Germany

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

US deports former Nazi concentration camp guard to Germany

"I'm Julie Walker a ninety five year old former **** concentration camp guard was deported from the United States and is now in his native Germany where he's being held by police Frederick call burger arrived Saturday according to German authorities until then he'd been living in Tennessee the US justice department says Berger admitted to being a guard at a **** concentration subcamp and is still receiving a pension for his work in recent years German prosecutors have successfully argued that by helping a death camp or concentration camp function guards can be found guilty of accessory to murder the justice department says Berger is the seventieth **** persecutors removed from the United States I'm Julie Walker

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Ex-Nazi concentration camp guard living in Tennessee deported to Germany

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-Nazi concentration camp guard living in Tennessee deported to Germany

"Police have custody of a man with ties to the Holocaust, sent back from the U. S. After living here for more than 60 years. Former Nazi concentration Camp guard was deported to Germany after living in the United States since 1959 Friedrich Karl Berger is now 95. He's being held by police. In Frankfurt,

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U.S. Deports Nazi Concentration Camp Guard To Germany

Bloomberg Law

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. Deports Nazi Concentration Camp Guard To Germany

"Former Nazi concentration camp guard who had been living in Tennessee is being deported back to Germany. 95 year old Fredrik Carl Burger would be deported after finding he helped Nazi sponsored persecution. Investigators found Burger was an armed guard in the new ngam concentration camp, Berger told The Washington Post. He had been 19 at the time and was forced to work at the camp. He said After 75 years you're forcing me out of my home.

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The Articles of Impeachment against Trump Is About To Be Implemented

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

The Articles of Impeachment against Trump Is About To Be Implemented

"Are underway in Washington right now to impeach the President. President Trump's phone call the Georgia secretary State could be part of impeachment evidence. The impeachment push make it a boost from secretary of State Grand Rapids Burger, who believes the president was trying to intimidate him in the call. I think it was obviously a veiled threat, maybe a direct threat. Speaking to CBS 60 minutes. Rapids. Berger says he showed courage by not backing down Georgia voting implementation manager gave Sterling has asked what it's like to push back against the president of the United States. Just like having a shovel in your hand and tried empty the ocean Rapids burgers name is specifically mentioned in the initial draft of the impeachment articles.

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Democrats take control of US Senate

All In with Chris Hayes

02:51 min | 1 year ago

Democrats take control of US Senate

"Forgiven if you don't remember it now. But the week began with the revelation that trump had called georgia's secretary state and pressured him over an hour to just recalculate the presidential vote in his favor to find the votes. Just one more than the margin to flip the state and on tuesday we had the georgia senate runoff which resulted in the improbable. Victories by democrat. Jon ossoff n raphael warnock today. Republican produce actually conceded the closer those two races and congratulated also on his. The two wins in georgia. Mean that senator mitch. Mcconnell will lose his job as majority leader because the senate will be split fifty fifty an incoming president kamala harris will hold the tiebreaker. So that's a bummer. For mitch. now there's a pretty urging question given the possibility of a second impeachment trial and generally about the agenda for the biden administration confirming cabinet members as well of when warnock ossoff. We'll be seated. After all the point of impeaching. The president isn't just impeachment. Second time to get him out of office requires two thirds of the senate to vote to convict which is tall order. Dangle thinks they wouldn't even take it up but two democratic senators were certainly helped the cause georgia counties until january fifteenth. One week from today to certify the election results after that the sector state. Brad robbins burger has another week until the twenty second to certify statewide and then finally the two incoming democratic centers can be sworn it now robbins. Berger says he's aiming to have the certified by joe biden's inauguration on january twentieth. That's no short thing. No matter what happens. Democrats will not have the senate majority in the senate until after the inauguration because again the vice president holds a tiebreaker. For what it's worth. If mike pence somehow becomes president in the next days he gets to choose new. Vp that spot does not automatically go to nancy. Pelosi or anyone else now. House democrats are looking to vote on articles of impeachment next week. If they passed by majority they would then good senate remember. Trump's last senate impeachment. Trial lasted four weeks so it seems unlikely we would see a senate vote anyway before january twentieth. There is a twist here. Which is that trump could potentially still be. Impeached leaves office. There's some legal debate on that question. Impeachment conviction doesn't just remove a president could also bar him from holding office in the future. What duke reports. Democrats believe that possibility could senate republicans some of whom are eyeing a twenty twenty four bid themselves matter what happens. The reality is that as bad as the week has been for the country and it's been one of the worst i've seen. We lost another almost four thousand people to the coronavirus. Today it's also been a disastrous week for the republican party. The dust clears democrats are about to take full control. The government house senate presidency and they have their work cut out for them

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It’s Over: President Trump’s Legal Team Dismisses Georgia Election Contests

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

It’s Over: President Trump’s Legal Team Dismisses Georgia Election Contests

"Dropping four election lawsuits they filed against Georgia's secretary of state. We have the update now from Sarah Bartlett, secretary Broad Rapids. Berger says Trump's team voluntarily dismissed their election contests to avoid submitting their evidence to court. He said the president's legal team is falsely characterizing the dismissal as an out of court settlement agreement. Happens. Berger added that the Trump campaign wisely decided to dismiss their frivolous cases. Sarah

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Trump uses Georgia rally to pressure GOP on Electoral College challenge

Common Sense with Bill O'Reilly

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Trump uses Georgia rally to pressure GOP on Electoral College challenge

"Given 80 minutes speeches I reported last night in Georgia. I thought it was pretty effective in rallying Republicans. Do you disagree? I think Donald Trump has reached what we call market saturation. And that means you have so many individuals who have made up their mind not only about President Trump But also about everyone else. The last poll credible poll that came out about undecided voters had Georgia undecided voters who are likely to vote in the runoff at 3%. You have a very small margin here to actually influence but When an election is closed. 3% is the difference between night and day. I don't think he moved the needle. I think people were going to vote for Senator Leffler as well. A senator for do are still going to vote for them. I'm not sure he's actually increasing the vote Total and the phone call to a light Republican. Rapids. Berger and his dissension with a light Republican governor Brian Kip has not helped the Georgia Republican voter make their minds up any quicker. But that's that's for

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Trump warns Cotton after senator says he won't object to Biden certification

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Trump warns Cotton after senator says he won't object to Biden certification

"Official indicates he was pressured into taking a call with President Trump and once on the call, there was more pressure for him to find votes to overturn the election results in the state. Georgia Secretary of state Brad Rapids. Burger talked about that phone call with a B C's Good Morning America. I never believed it was appropriate to speak to the president, but he pushed out. I guess he had a staff push us. They wanted to call the challenge that we have. First of all, we're not litigation mode with the president's team against the state of Georgia, and so I just preferred not to talk to someone number and dedication. We let the lawyers family During the one hour call, President Trump floated a number of what Raph Ensberg characterized as debunked. Conspiracy theories. Ravan's Berger says he did most of the talking. We did most of the listening, and he added that the president's data is just plain wrong. Ravan's burger is a Republican. Then, he says local prosecutors are now interested in reviewing that call with the president. Meantime,

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 Trump Pressures Georgia Official to 'Find' Votes, Claims Crime Committed  in Atlanta

John Williams

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Pressures Georgia Official to 'Find' Votes, Claims Crime Committed in Atlanta

"Secretary of State, Ben Reference, Berger. President Trump claims the vote Total in Georgia was wrong. We believe what we didn't have an accident election. No, No, you don't. No, no. You know you don't have you don't have not even. Plus You got your off by hundreds of thousands of us. Washington Post got ahold of audio from the call in which Trump also suggested a crime was committed in relation to ballots from the Atlanta area. The president has filed a lawsuit against the Georgia secretary of state for releasing the call. The

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"berger" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"berger" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast

"We're back with another exciting guests. This is going to be all you marketing gurus out there. His name is David Berger on I've had a chance to connect with them as a super nice guy really knows what marketing they'd take care of everything. You could possibly imagine including podcasts at he. So everybody welcome David to the podcast David are you there. Yes. I'm here awesome David. I'm doing good. Awesome, and so let's dig right in. I'm excited to talk to you. Can you start by telling me a little bit about yourself? While I started my business twenty seven years ago. I started because I wanted to try him. Made, sure that I connected to the clients that was working with that we had. Had A personal connection and didn't just leave them. Going through the motions ally the agencies tend to. Pass you along from one person to the next to the next and it doesn't always work so well. So I wanted to make sure that I really worked with my clients to help them and move them forward. Twenty seven years, David. That's a long time to be in business might run that. Probably Been Journey Yes drugs are a lot of twists and turns, but my family. Was Entrepreneur, stew. So I watched both my mom and my dad starting. Run businesses of their own. So I it's wasn't my first rodeo going through watching it. Will I'm curious David where did you come up with the name invision by design. Success question. It. Just Kinda. Hit Me. I mean it encapsulated what I was trying to do So when I think about design, it's generally what I'm doing which I joke with people about it mccray of mine region. I designed what's in somebody else's head. So in order to do that though I have to get that same picture in my head. So envision by design just sorta made sense to me. It. Makes it fits your business I can see it. Well, there's a lot of marketing companies out there that do what you do. Obviously, there is some competition. Yes. Oh, why should with envisioned by design and not someone else? we. Give personal attention We concentrate on making you standout. We concentrate on making.

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"berger" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

Overthrowing Education

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"berger" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

"We do in advisory once a month or every two weeks for twenty minutes and it's got twenty years. It's really like an extended homeroom. Yep. But never do forty five minutes a day. In a small group of a dozen kids every single day there's no way because we have to focus on academics. And my feeling is. These districts often have an average of sixty to seventy five percent graduation rate, and for first generation kids very small percentage of kids going on the college and I'm saying, is it not worth forty five minutes a day when when these schools are getting ninety eight percent of kids to graduate on time in one hundred percent of the college what a school four if not that covering a little bit more content is not the right trade off now for making sure every kid feels that they are valued. And that their cultural identity and personal identity gender identity and sexual orientation respected that people believe in them that people know them well that they care about them and that they're going to be held accountable to do well that they if they start slipping, they're gonNA have other kids pushing them to get back up and get going again like it's I. I don't know why. So many of us are feeling so rushed that we can't take the time to have part of every day as a calibration of how're doing an end can. We be better absolutely I just don't understand that whole attitude, but I also don't understand the attitude of breadth over depth to me. This idea of coverage you know cover everything a little bit that nobody gets and you know test on it and spit it back and forget it. I don't understand that at all I'm definitely into let's dive as deep as we possibly can go as deep as the students want to go, and then we'll move on is when they've mastered what they need to master and feel good about it. We move on. So I don't know why I wouldn't take that time. It's so important and it sets up success in every single way I'm just shaking my head you can't see it but I'm shaking A. Really Yeah it's it's tough man but you know what things are going to change and I've seen so many changes or people kind of. Things since the this pandemic started. So if people WANNA do crew and they're like, yes, I'm GONNA do crew but we're on zoom right now. What do I do or were you know? So. Can, can it translate in the same way? Do you see maybe even some benefits to it? Do you see the challenges? What can you tell us? Well, there's no magic fix for the fact that we're all separated right now it's just awful. Right now, all of us to be physically separated not with the people we care about in are working in learning with together to do it on a computer is sad substitute no matter what we're doing. But given that I think our schools, the schools that I am fortunate to partner with would have been lost without crew. So imagine your art of high school that shuts down as all of our schools shut down this year.

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"berger" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

Overthrowing Education

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"berger" Discussed on Overthrowing Education

"I never dreamed that I would have so many incredible guests who would speak with me about all of the topics that I am so passionate about some are people that I already knew about and some were people that I met on this journey that I really connected with or admire but there was this one person who was my Dream guest someone whose work words and just ways of walking in this world have had such a profound effect on me and countless of other educators and that's Ron Berger I didn't WanNa ask him until my show is established and so recently I reached out and was so excited and honored that he agreed as you will hear. Ron Shares so much wisdom warmth and humility. As we talk about his new book, his vision for improving education and just so much more. I also want to point out that today's fomer show is a parody of an iconic commercial from the east coast in the seventies and eighties, and that was like a little way for me to celebrate all the commercial parodies that I've had this past year. They are such a blast to put together and if you haven't heard them all yet, please give a listen and of course, defer the interviews that follow each of the foam officials. and. Now on with the show. I am beyond excited and so grateful to have Ron Berger as my guest today he is one of my all time education heroes and to here's a little bit of why. Ron.

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"berger" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"berger" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Purity adviser sandy Berger yeah he was the one shoving documents down his pants and said he would be in sloppy he stole classified information lied to investigators then the David Petraeus case he talks about I'm with all due respect don't ever compare general Flynn to sandy Berger sandy Berger caught stealing top secret nine eleven documents from the National Archives what did he do he shoved them down his underwear he shoved diminished socks he stopped the man is on to where he was working for Bill Clinton at the time helping Clinton prepare for his testimony before the nine eleven commission in other words he was helping Clinton get rid of damning information about nine eleven so he wouldn't get caught so we get caught in any major lice everyone's at all he's just been sloppy yeah we all are sloppy we'll show of papers down our crotch and you know a buyer backside in in our socks that sloppy now never bought that either I quick break when we come back news roundup information overload our straight ahead patriot software come in payroll you can't hear serial entrepreneur sometimes we small business owners receive the ugly phone call mine came in my fourth your business Hey Mike it's Charlie you're pretty press operator I was drying or printing press rigs the laundromat in there's been an accident the laundromat is on fire I'm in a rescue squad truck heading to the hospital the police said it's our fault and you have to come here right away I hung up the phone sick to my stomach poor Charlie poor me I was certain my business was over but.

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