2 Burst results for "Candace York"
"candace york" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"From childhood where do I start? I've told a few on here. Patrick Walsh's fag and comes to mind the girl sitting I watch saying that's the that's what everyone called me for. Oh, that's how it spelled on the thing. Okay. Sorry, girl sitting on my back, and forcing me to eat gravel at recess while. Everyone watched first day of kindergarten guy. Slicing my Thia with a broken piece of glass. At folks, this was the teacher. Force to eat worms by one Ronald Clifton. I could go on and on. There's a lot of embarrassing moments in my life. Childhood to the present, frankly, Candace York that asks who would you most want to throw cold spaghetti at? Such a long list for me. Mariah Carey's way up there. Not wouldn't make my top million. She just there was a time where she irritated the shit outta made like, but she's not like a holier than thou type. That's what you wanna hit with spaghetti times have changed. I just I used to have a bit about that. I would want to throw something Mariah Carey. It was during the Nick cannon years when they were showing people how they have like a candy store in their house red. But yeah, I guess she's kind of fallen off the list. Man. I gotta tell you fall off the list I and a lot of stages. I have really grown to dislike Molly ringwald. I think it really fucking sucks that she is toss in Hughes under the bus in every interview chance she gets an acting like she wasn't there on the set making these movies too. And that like it wasn't a different time. And that everybody was a little blind this shit back then because that's how progress works. She bugs me, man. She bugs me, I think that was a really cheap move. I feel like you actually hitting fifty year old woman with spaghetti though. You're not gonna feel great once you've done it probably know, and it would probably. Show the times have changed. Yeah. All right. Let me pick a man. I know who I would definitely throw it out. It's a real life person. I can't say his name on the podcast. Oh, yeah. I'm not even thinking normal. Oh christ. I know a lot of people that I could just go do it right now too. I have a number one so strong that I can't even really think about joke answers because I'm so focused on actually throwing spaghetti Adam. Now now that you say that I got a number one real that strong to who lives right in this city that mine does too. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. Okay. All right. Take it back about Molly ringwald. All right. Will you John went as will you consider coming to Madison? Wisconsin to do the live pod. Brought Zin beers are on me was going to say no until we got to that second part. Yes. We'll consider it always consider. It's a matter of supply and demand if we can make the show work there, we we will come to do it Madison's a great town..
"candace york" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"We're talking class with a college professor helped me to think more outside of the box than in the box jeff to use like experience or common knowledge to solve these problems 10th greater ray i'd yassin digs the challenge he keeps telling himself do your work is going to pay off sunday dual enrollment classes do have a payoff students are more likely to graduate high school go onto college and earn more credits than others according to a recent study from columbia university and that's something districts are willing to bet big on you can listen to the whole peace at marketplaceorg a number of you reached out with your thoughts and stories about dual enrollment in an email david k's wrote i am agean faculty teaching history and religion at a small community college that relies on high school students for over fifty percent of its enrollment as i go into my third year i'm amazed at the quality immaturity of several of the students i get to work with i am also disappointed at the large number of students who are not prepared for college course work speaking for parents candace york road on facebook it's not for everyone but the payoff can be huge one of our daughters graduated high school with her first semester of college already done free another daughter graduated high school with a whole first year of college done free which means that her normally fiveyear degree will be done in four years or less jacqueline swope offered a student's perspective my high school in michigan offered one tool enrollment course in math it allowed me to skip over that requirement mi liberal arts university when i got there but i was crestfallen to discover that my friends from washington were coming in with several tool enrollment credits so many that they were practically transfer students i was upset that i didn't have the opportunity to have these extra credits which allowed them more freedom to take classes they were interested in and place them higher in the line to both sign up for courses during registration periods and to sign up for housing options on facebook michelin maynard added this i.