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"co ed school" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

The Sheepdog Project

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project

"In fact, we've all seen the very famous photo of one of those recruits out on a road March foot March forced March whichever word you wanna utilize for it and not being able to carry their own gear. And it's a famous picture. It's not doctor. It was taken by the observers, and it's got a big circle on where that rucksack should be who's gearing where it's not like I don't care what your race is. I don't care what your faith is. I don't care about any of that stuff. What matters to me is in your ability to do the test. That's put before you. And that should be the only thing that we. Judge anything on right now, we talked earlier about like the uncomfortableness of going to the bathroom and in front of someone. And that's that's a conversation that it's that's a whole other whole different kinds of whole nother conversation that person can meet the standard cool. What we don't need is to lower the standard to achieve some kind of social check like we're like, look how progressive we are. Because the enemy some of which that have been attuned at fighting us since about six hundred AD. They're not checking that block. No. They're finding people of all race. Of all sizes to qualifications. Do you want to kill those guys? And can you kill those guys? And the if you have the desire and demonstrate the ability. Amen, you're there, and you know, and that's. They're not doing. They're not doing the online training. They're not. They're not. They're not getting AK. Oh, Email alerts. They're behind in their whatever training. They're doing what matters. I went to a a small army school called air salt. Most people have done it you've done it. And I've I haven't done this. I've done what the school entails, but I haven't done the school. Well, I in the school. You know, there's there's a standard in we it was a co Ed school, and there were female graduates, they met the standard. They did the road March just like everybody else. Same way, they passed the academic portion they pass the the physical portion be just to get into the school. There was an arduous. Obstacle course. And physical fitness tests that you had to accomplish to get into the school. They met the standard and one was only a couple down for me when we were getting our little aerosol badge pinned on. And I was proud to stand in the line of people that made it sure, you know, there was like should be there's pride in that. And I'm a firm believer that if you meet the standard, I think, and you know, like a lot of people might disagree with me. I think we need more females. In different things because they are good at different things. They're great at intelligence, if they can meet the physical standard to be part of a special forces team, and they can go in and working in indigenous environment, we with the community they bring something to the table that you're scary beard, doesn't and that's a wonderful asset to us. If the stand exactly this isn't the shouldn't be a gender-based statement. This shouldn't be a socially driven statement issued be standard driven force. And like you said if what we do increases the lethality the survivability or the effectiveness of the force. We should absolutely investigate. Yeah. We should embrace. We should embrace it. If it takes away from that. We should probably jettison it yet, and you know, the standard is the standard. You know, I I have a teenage daughter she plays volleyball. I I'm quite proud of her I brag on her all the time. And you know, she was upset that, you know, while she's better at certain things than, you know, some of our peers, you know, she got overlooked on something because you know, she wasn't as good as this one task. And I'm like does that task have standard. Yes. Did you meet it? Barely. Meet the standard. You know? Like, you want you want the reward you want the accolade you want the superlative, whatever it might be meet the standard. Yeah. And we need to like recruit people that meet the standard, we need to recruit people that are willing to put in that effort had the love for the country in stop worrying about how we're going to look on the news because when we start worrying about how we look on the news..

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"co ed school" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:22 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Go back to back. We at T J dillashaw looking to become the double champ. He's got a big fight coming up this weekend. And now we are joined by a quarterback from Notre Dame. And all American a finalist for the Jim Thorpe award. The Notre Dame career leader in pass breakups sixty one tackles thirty one for loss. Three fumble recoveries this season. The two thousand nine hundred NFL draft is coming up April twenty fifth through the twenty seventh. It is in Nashville, Tennessee, we're joined by Julian love joy, and really nice to have you on. How're you? Are you? I'm doing great doing great nice to visit with you. Let me ask you first you had a huge season in Notre Dame. You could come back for another season. So what was the decision making process like for you in all that smelly? What made you decide that? This was the right time to come out. Yeah. I mean, it was extremely tough. You know, I love Notre Dame. I'm from Chicago. I grew up with. Notre Dame fan. I just loved everything about university. And I have the past three years. And then the thing about it in terms of you, my body and the business decision I've played every single game that I've been Dame that's thirty eight total. I started thirty four those and. I had to realize I've had a lot of football. NFL has kind of seeing everything that I have never seen a lot of film. And so I thought it was the right time to prepare for draft. And does really take my chance. Now, Julian log joining us. It's great explanation. Let me take you back a little bit when you were growing up and you are playing flag football for the longhorns outside of Chicago back in the day. What were you like is player at that point? I mean. Similar to how I am. I really just play for fun. You know, I got so many good relationships back then and developed a great bonds with a lot of people a lot of families. I still talk a lot of them today. And I think that's what the game has been for me just to really run around with my best friend every day. And just have fun really announced what it was like back Longhorn Puertas park. And this is how it is. Now, Jillian love joining us at the same time. You really analytical even as a young kid, your father DT talks about how he and your mother knew that you had something special about you when you were eight years old, and you're breaking down film of your rival team the Razorbacks, what do you remember about that? Yeah. So I mean, that's all credit to my mom she recorded every single game. Now just to really keep the memories that I and so should record every type of event that my me, and my brother my sister did. And now that after every game, I would then go plug in the camcorder to TV and really just watch the game over again watch. What's coming up watching? What happened? What I saw. I never really gave me perspective early on to your different line of you something that I could have missed something that you know, I saw this correctly. And I did it because I just watching film really are the young age. And now really is it has game. 'cause I know how to watch Bill because I've been doing this style seven years old talking to join love I'll get back at a minute, but he played high school ball at National Academy. And there's no denying that. You were good. Definitely good. But some power five schools were a little bit cautious about you. Maybe because he had concerns about your size. What was the recruiting process like? Thinking back. You know, it was tough at first I didn't go to school. I went to co Ed school of eight hundred kids, but I'm really not good at football school was and you know, I did. Well, you know, I was on varsity my sophomore year competed, very well. And you know, a lot of schools in the area, which are more mostly big ten schools. Weren't you know, really interested curious on my competition, and I'm playing my size. My speed a lot of things in it really took one school to take the chance and that was the annoy early on to get the ball rolling. Then I was kinda win once they came in and saw me and talk to me. They kind of realize what I was about. And then that's when Moore offers came it was tough. It was really tough. I I you seeing along my friends fly thought I was better than I compete with getting a lot more often than me because I don't know size their speed, and and it was tough early on. But it all her house. I'm happy joined love joining us. It certainly did work out. Now, your father, your father was always a huge huge Notre Dame fan to debate as to whether or not he had any tears in his eyes. When you committed to MD set, the record straight were there, any tears did get dusty for a minute. Offered I commit on the spot, and my mom cried. And I believe my dad did. They're both. They're they're both very emotional was definitely on the record that he cried. All right. So then knowing your history with the school knowing how much it meant you everybody in the family. I've got to know what was it like for you and your family when you ran out of that tunnel in a gold helmet for the first time. It was unbelievable. I mean, everything I would be every single game running out of the tunnel. I took a second to look around to see interiors everyone there, and you know, all the fans and my family, and my friends really supported me. And you know, I mean to this day to my very last game. I really just enjoyed every single moment that there because it's just such a special place in a place that I grew up to love really we're talking to joy in love. He's getting ready for the NFL draft going back notion of you doing Fillmore starting at the age of seven the reoccurring theme from analysts, and coaches and people around you know, that you don't just make plays based on natural ability. Certainly there's that. But on your ability know, what seems like it's going to happen before it actually does happen. So like how does that play out when you're on the field, and you see a formation or a place starting develop that you know, what's going to happen. How's that feel? What's that like? Feels pretty good. You know, when you hear that read is happening. Studied for that. You've been waiting. I like to to about three to five instances of quarterback read, you know, tackle sets up certain things, I know a place coming I was just pick up on a few of them. And I basically, wait and still happen. And I be aggressive part of that is being confident. I think when you're confident anything you do you perform better. I mean, you're willing to take chances. And that's kind of how I have done. Really great. I like that how much of that. For instance, the work that you do in the film how much of it is about looking at big picture stuff like formations, and then how much of that is about looking at little things like tendencies or weight shifts that are receiver might have the tips you off the what he's going to do. I think, you know, college a lot of is focused on the big picture stuff, you know, formations concepts route I, but I then we watch them I'm huge on like, low tendencies and little little things. What's every players? Like, you know, how many times are doing? To take a little things like that is kind of what I get my. That's my bread and butter right there. And I think that's that's my success is really being intentional about the little details in the monitor. So join love is getting ready for the NFL draft. Now, your high school coach at Nazareth academy used to tell you the game is a mouse trap. And all the distractions are cheese is you're getting ready for the NFL draft. What now is the mouse trap? And what's the cheese? How do you go about focusing on things that matter? Yeah. So I think you know, the cheese is, you know, you're focusing on endorsements. You know, you're starting to have a little money in your pocket all the things you could be doing when in essence, oh, a matters is this playing football just training getting your body and its peak shape to compete into show. These coaches kind of what I'm about it. And I think a tough tough mouth Sheffer a lot of guys because as you come out of college where you had no money ever into matter in a month. You know, you'll have more money than you know, what to do with. I think that's a big trap for a lot of guys. I called my high school coach, and you told me put the cheese in the freezer and hold off, right? Until the time is right. That's great. And it is hard because if you've never had really anything, and all of a sudden you have it all at once number one. You can't really have any value for it. Because there's no perspective. But number two, if you're probably telling yourself, I earned this I deserve this. But you've got to be careful with it. So finally, what about combine? How do you approach that? I mean that that is so different than anything you've ever done. Right. Like the biggest job interview ever. But the measuring just numbers. How do you approach that part of the process? Yeah. It's definitely tell how many I'm still trying to get a feel for. But it's essentially a bunch of football players preparing for a track. A track competition physically in terms of our running our sprints a lot of non football related drills in my opinion today than being in a you know, interview business at liking like interviewing for a job. And so it's a lot of things don't ask you really that you have to train for those specific things, you can't just change. Like, all right. You could've football was go out there. And do what you do you really have to train for these events in for the interview process for the medical evaluation. It's a lot thrown at you. And that's supposed to throw you off. But as long as you stay cool, calm collected. Everything should be great on the way, you approach it. You're not going to wing it. And join I think you've got the interview portion down you have to worry about that draft has coming up April twenty fifth through the twenty seven th in Nashville, joy and love my guest chewing. Great to have you on the show. Good luck with that have fun with that. And hope we can talk again, which make it to the NFL. Yes. Of course, they appreciate it. Have a great day. Nice talking to you, man. He is smart is so smooth love. That I answer to how did, you know? It was time. I've played a lot of football. I've done a lot of things. There's a lot of tape. I don't know. What else? I can do. I think they know what they're getting. Let's go out and do this. So Notre Dame was in love with him. Understandably. So I cannot be impressed when we return we've done the interviews. And now, we'll come back one last segment last chance get through anybody been laying out thinking about maybe they wanna call not sure whether or not they should based on the calls. I've had today. How much worse can.

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"co ed school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:24 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Messages that were given were so so wholesome. I don't know if it had much of an impact, though, very very tough question did all the wonderful. Good values, affirming, America, affirming, superman, and affirming of ethical behavior, and bonanza that all of that have an impact. It's a very very sobering question, bad art can bring you down can make your worst person. But the good art make you better. I have to just answer. It makes the good better. It reinforces. What is there rather than taking a tabula Rosa the blank slate? As the Latin goes and giving it good values. Anyway, that's the stuff. I think about in the shower, I admit I shower to different different thoughts. My wife put up a a waterproof pad in the shower. Did you know that she put up a waterproof pet? There's such a thing a waterproof pencil and a pet. Where you could write on because I think the the whole time in the shower, I think it's just. It's not even deliberate. It just happened. These this is what I'm thinking about big the big issues. It's been since I was a child. It's just it's it's built in. No, it's not a pen the water. It's a waterproof pencil. So the the only thing I ever wrote was you're looking good babes. The parish still has that vestige. I hope you got a barrister. What are you gonna do? If I write by Phillip saw the pet don't we pick the pet out? I'll forget that. They the pet doesn't matter. Hey, the bathrooms for everybody doesn't seem to be working in New York City that is one shock who would have predicted that that anybody could use Starbucks bathroom, and now they're closing them. And they're even defying the national policy from Starbucks and not allowing just anybody into the bathrooms. My column tomorrow is about the one of the ways of understanding left versus right is brain versus mind. The the left is guided by the brain the mind thinks things through the brain reacts, the brain feels see the Hartfield is is nonsense. Obviously, it's it's a metaphor your heart has no feelings, the your brain has feelings. Dog's brain has feelings, but a dog doesn't have a mind to to if the dog keeps barking. And you said, you know, please stop barking, the neighbors are going crazy. It's not gonna work, but it could work with the person because we have a mind the mind will save the brain stop yelling. And that is how the human being can develop through the mind, we have an anti mind set. It is all feelings I feel for the homeless I feel for I feel for I feel for that sufficient, the there has been a war on the mind. You wanna hear a war on the mind? I am about to weed t you a piece that is even for me is astonishing. Let's see where where where is it? I just had it up. And it's this is one of the dilemmas of having too many articles up. So I will put it up in a moment. It is a comes from England. Correct. Yeah. So here it is from the telegraph boys can have periods to children to be taught in latest victory for transgender. Campaigners. School children will be taught that quote, all genders unquote can have periods in new sex education classes and a victory for transgender rights. Campaigners. Why are they called transgender rights? Campaigners. So the transgender right? Has to do with undermining all concept of truth. And the left has the audacity to call the right anti science you liars. All genders can have periods. This is what kids are being taught. If if I could we're in such a school that kid would be out of that school before you could say transgender rights. So it's nothing to do with transgender rights. It has to do with the end of civilization as we know it, which is based upon reality. Vice the teachers was approved by Brighton and Hove city council as they try to tackle stigma around menstruation. They're stigma around menstruation. There's always a cause I told you folks. A cause is to the left because they're empty all leftists summer. Nice summer. Sweet. Some are good friends some take care of their family. I fully but they all have a hole in their core. And it has to be filled like everybody's hole with meaning. Since they don't derive meaning from anything traditional. They have to derive. Meaning from something new each time. Now, this is a new one I have to admit, I always curious what's the next 'cause I- menstruation bullying? Do you recall that I was in co Ed schools the whole time? I don't I never recall that. This is an astonishing. Maybe it's unique to the United Kingdom stigma around menstruate. There's a stigma. The new advice follows a council report which set trans boys and men and number Mary, people may have periods. Transport. So yes, of course, trained for because he's the trans boys biologically a girl. Menstruation must be inclusive of all genders. Bins for menstruation products will be provided in all toilets for children. According to the report. How do you like that? Is there even a boy's room left in in England? Isn't just about every bathroom all gender. Anyway. So. A girl who thinks she's a boy. Yes. She would go. He she. He would go to the boy's bathroom. And then you need a sanitary product. So that's right. So I bring you these things every single day. And then I get letters all the time from people. Why why aren't you in the center? Can you please tell me what the center is on this issue? What is the center? If you say if one side says all genders menstruate. What is the center? Some genders menstruate. I tell you my pity for kids. They will either grow up very very archaic very confused or they will rebel. There are three possibilities. They will just grow up profoundly, confused and devoid of reason and. Eddie sense of order in the universe or they will rebel and overthrow the left which has so manipulated and Beuys them or they will hate the right? That this very very very real possibility. Because after all. People like me are against what they call right? The empty all it's from emptying secularism, plus affluency qu'ils leftism. It is progress theory about life. Secularism alone won't do it. Because if you're secular and poor you have meaning in life. Supporting yourself, and perhaps a family. And if you're religious affluent, you don't have a problem. One eight Prager seven seven six eight seven seven two four three triple seven six. I'm Dennis Prager. The Dennis Prager show from the relief factor pain-free studio. We've.

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"co ed school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Were given were so so wholesome. I don't know if it had much of an impact, though, some very very tough question did all the wonderful. Good values, affirming, America, affirming, superman, and affirming of ethical behavior, and bonanza that all of that have an impact. It's a very very sobering question, bad art can bring you down can make you a worse person. But this good art make you better. And I have to just answer. It makes the good better. It reinforces. What is there rather than taking a tabula Rasa the blank slate? As the Latin goes and giving it good values. Anyway, that's the stuff. I think about in the shower, I admit, I shower two different. Two different thoughts. My wife put up a a waterproof pad in the shower. Did you know that? She put up a waterproof pet. There's such a thing. It's a waterproof pencil and a pad. Where you could write on because I think the whole time in the shower, I think it's just it's not deliberate. It just happened. These this is what I'm thinking about big the big issues. It's been since I was a child that just it's it's built in. No, it's not a pen the water. It's a waterproof pencil. So the only thing I ever wrote was you're looking good babes. Panish still has that message. I hope you got a barrister. What are you gonna do? If I write by Phillip saw the pet the pet out. I'll forget that doesn't matter. Hey, the bathrooms for everybody doesn't seem to be working in New York City that is one shock who would have predicted that that anybody could use a Starbucks bathroom, and now they're closing them. And they're even defying the national policy from Starbucks and not allowing anybody into the bathrooms. My column tomorrow is about the one of the ways of understanding left versus right is brain versus mind. The the left is guided by the brain the mind thinks things through the brain reacts, the brain feels see the Hartfield is is is nonsense. Obviously, it's it's a metaphor your heart has no feelings, the your brain has feelings. Dog's brain has feelings, but it doesn't have a mind to to if the dog keeps barking. And you said, you know, please stop barking, the neighbors are going crazy. It's not gonna work, but it could work with the person because we have a mind the mind will save the brain stop yelling. And that is how the human being can develop through the mind, we have an anti mind set. It is all feelings I feel for the homeless I feel for I feel for I feel for that sufficient, the there has been a war on the mind. You wanna hear a war on the mind? I am about to weed t you a piece that is even for me is astonishing. Let's see where I got where where is it? I just had it up. It's this is one of the dilemmas of having too many articles up. So I will put it up in a moment. It is comes from England. Correct. Yeah. So here it is from the telegraph boys can have periods to children to be taught in latest victory for transgender. Campaigners. School children will be taught that quote, all genders unquote can have periods in new sex education classes and a victory for transgender rights. Campaigners. Why are they called transgender rights? Campaigners. So the transgender rights. The has to do with undermining all concept of truth. And the left has the audacity to call the right anti science you liars. All tenders can have periods. This is what kids are being taught. If my kid we're in such a school that kid would be out of that school before you could say transgender rights because there's nothing to do with transgender rights. It has to do with the end of civilization as we know it, which is based upon reality. The vice to teachers was approved by Brighton and Hove city council as they try to tackle stigma around menstruation. They're stigma around menstruation. There's always a cause I told you folks. 'cause is to the left because they're empty all leftists summer. Nice summer. Sweet. Some are good friends some take care of their family. I fully but they all have a hole in their core. And it has to be filled like everybody's hole with meaning. Since they don't derive meaning from anything traditional. They have to derive. Meaning from something new each time. Now, this is a new one I have to admit, I I'm always curious. What's the next call's menstruation bullying? Do you recall that I was in co Ed schools the whole time? I don't I never recall that. This is an astonishing. Maybe it's unique to the United Kingdom stigma around menstruate. There's a stigma. The new advice follows a council report which said trans boys and men and number Mary, people may have periods. Transport. So yes, of course trained because he's the trans boys biologically a girl. Menstruation must be inclusive of all genders. Bins for menstruation products will be provided in all toilets for children. According to the report. What do you like that? Is there even a boy's room left in in England? Isn't just about every bathroom all gender. Anyway. So. A girl who thinks she's a boy. Yes. She would go. He she. He would go to the boy's bathroom. And then you need a sanitary product. So that's right. So I bring you these things every single day. And then I get letters all the time from people. Why why aren't you in the center? Can you please tell me what the center is on this issue? What is the center? If you say if one side says all genders menstruate. What is the center? Genders menstruate. I tell you my pity for kids. They will either grow up very very archaic very confused or they will rebel. There are three possibilities. They will just grow up profoundly confused, and and devoid of reason and. Eddie sense of order in the universe or they will rebel and overthrow the left which has so manipulated and Beuys them or they will hate the right? That this very very very real possibility. Because after all. People like me are against what they call right? The empty call. It's from emptying secularism. Plus affluence equals leftism. It is progress theory about life. Secularism alone won't do it..

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"co ed school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

08:45 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Messages that were given were so so wholesome. I don't know if it had much of an impact though, that's very very tough question did all the wonderful. Good values of firming, America firming, superman, affirming of ethical behavior in finance did all of that have an impact. It's a very very sobering question, bad art can bring you down can make you a worse person. But this good aren't make you better. And I have to just answer. It makes the good better. It reinforces. What is there rather than taking a tabula Rasa the blank slate? As the Latin goes and giving it good values. Anyway, that's just stuff. I think about in the shower, I admit I shower to different. Two different thoughts. My wife put up a a waterproof pad in the shower. Did you know that she put up a waterproof pet? There's such a thing. It's a waterproof pencil and a pet. Where you could write on. So because I think the whole time in the shower, I think. It's just funny you can deliberate. It just happened. These this is what I'm thinking about big the big issues. It's been since I was a child that just it's it's built in. No, it's not a pen the water. It's a waterproof pencil. So the the only thing I ever wrote was you're looking good babes. The parish still has that message. I hope you got a barrister. What are you gonna do? If I write by thoughts on the pet. Well, let me pick the pet out. I'll forget it. Doesn't matter. Hey, the path room for everybody doesn't seem to be working in New York City that is one shock who would have predicted that that anybody could use your Starbucks bathroom, and now they're closing them. And they're even defying the national policy from Starbucks and not allowing just anybody into the bathrooms. My column tomorrow is about the one of the ways of understanding left versus right is brain versus mind, the the leftist guided by the brain the mind thinks things through the brain reacts, the brain feels she the Hartfield is is nonsense. Obviously, it's a metaphor your heart has no feelings, your brain has feelings. A dog's brain has feelings, but a doctor's never mind to to if the dog keeps barking. And you know, please stop barking with the neighbors are going crazy. It's not gonna work, but it could work with the person because we have a mind the mind will save the brain stopped yelling. And that is how the human being can develop through the mind, we have an anti mind check. It is all feelings I feel for the homeless I feel for I feel for I feel for that sufficient. The there has been a war on the mind. You wanna hear a war on the mind? I am about to read to you a piece that is even for me is astonishing. Let's see where where where is it? I just had it up. And it's this is one of the dilemmas of having too many articles up. So I will put it up in a moment. It is comes from England. Correct. Yeah. So here it is from the telegraph boys can have periods to children to be taught in latest victory for transgender. Campaigners. Children will be caught that quote, all genders unquote can have periods in new sex education classes and a victory for transgender rights. Campaigners. Why are they called transgender rights? Campaigners transgender rights. This has to do with undermining all concept of truth. And the left has the audacity to call the right anti science you liars. All tenders can have periods. This is what kids are being taught. If if I could we're in such a school that kid would be out of that school before you could say transgender rights because there's nothing to do with transgender rights. It has to do with the end of civilization as we know it, which is based upon reality. The vice to teachers was approved by Brighton and Hove city council as they try to tackle stigma around menstruation stigma around menstruation. There's always a cause I told you folks. A causes to the left because they're empty all leftist summer. Nice summer. Sweet. Some are good friends some take care of their family. I fully but they all have a hole in their core. And it has to be filled like everybody's hole with meaning. Since they don't derive meaning from anything traditional. They have to derive. Meaning from something new each time. Now, this is a new one I have to admit, I always curious. What's the next 'cause I mentioned bullying? Do you recall that I was in co Ed schools the whole time? I don't I never recall that. This is an astonishing. Maybe it's unique to the United Kingdom stigma around menstruate. There's a stigma. The new advice follows a council report, which said trans boys and men and non binary people may have periods. Transport. So yes, of course, transport because the trans boys biologically a girl. Menstruation must be inclusive of all genders. Bins for menstruation products will be provided in all toilets for children. According to the report. What do you like that? Is there even a boy's room left in in England? Isn't just about every bathroom old gender. Anyway. So. A girl who thinks she's a boy. Yes. She would go. He she. He would go to the boy's bathroom. And then a sanitary product. So that's right. So I bring you these things every single day. And then I get letters all the time from people. Why why aren't you in the center? Can you please tell me what the center is on this issue? What is the center? If you say if one side says all genders menstruate. What is the center? Some genders menstruate. I tell you my pity for kids. They will either grow up very very inorganic very confused or they will rebel. There are three possibilities. They will just grow up profoundly confused, and and devoid of reason and. Any sense of order in the universe or they will rebel and overthrow the left which has show manipulated and Beuys them or they will hate the right? That this very very very real possibility. Because after all. People like me are what they call right? The empty call. It's from emptying the secularism. Plus affluence equals leftism. It is Prager theory about life. Secularism alone won't do it..

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"co ed school" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

"Throw their arms out. And then you're like that's cool to do to do it. Yeah. That's kind of how it was in in high school when I time I got to college odor, a being myself more than who I had to be totally cut a situations. I never know same way. But I never went to all boys school. So that's right. Joe to open to my does. Does. Yeah. Yeah. Jeering year. There was nobody would be cool for. There wasn't anybody. It'd be cool for you know, about time. I hit my seventeen or whatever. I mean, it just wasn't natural. So I just I was just trying to be myself, which eventually if what she should always be. So when he came down to it. I just try to stick to the basic. You know what I'm saying? Because I didn't have anything else really made me come off sites wide outer on other cool stuff, and why would come home and activate them, my mom. You know, what I'm saying kept you check. You know, my mom's still woke me. I came home with any type of lean go or I come in and try to speak a certain type of ways, she Baio not in his house. I you know, what I'm saying. I wasn't. I wasn't allowed to be cool. I was able to take care of myself. That's basically why here's shame set. Super cool. How did you guys meet girls girls in high school girlfriend either for real I mean by the time, I hit at Saint Joe's, you basically this sounds so weird. But it's not you basically put the thought of women outside your head. My mom for one wasn't. She said, you can't have a girlfriend because you don't have no money to have a girlfriend. I'm not paying for that was for sure. So I'll say that's the point. Then I had to come. I either hoop go right home. So I have like room and just go over like, I don't know now. So like, they just were not in your mind. You didn't even have. How's it going to get their take the bus today? High car saying. I'm saying so then when it came down to it. I I didn't have my cell phone or anything. So when it broken down or whatever, they're anti, Tom. I jimmy. You're hit went co. Ed, I was held a hike to go co Helen, nervous outside them. I haven't noticed. No Roe spirits, and then light when it came down to it. It's just like Halloween put too much since it just took me back to like. Now, you go to make a mixer like a school. Whatever they took you back to my standing against the wall type of thing. So, you know, back then I was I was real. I'm saying that. How the and stuff in a sense around people. I didn't know when people are hype about that. I was like oh gosh. Now, I gotta deal with this shit. You would never guess. But but once I started like getting comfortable with with any new situation, tastes me, a while to warm up, and she may very well know, so by the time, I hit my mind junior year, like all my senior year, I got a girlfriend, but I've still so focused on my my mom and everybody was like heavy focus on reaching my goes going to college, and I really wanted to hit the league and all that stuff. So you're gonna have you know, all my time taking them a basketball in school and stuff. So I didn't really have time or once again money or I was taking a bus in Chicago girl lives wherever you know, what I'm saying that's a two hour bus ride from 'cause I really like her that much. So through. Mostly focus on getting into. I really wanted to make today. NBA? So I didn't mind not. Yeah. For sure. And then back then I was emotional Bill women to exact opposite. I was gonna say I really. Eighty. Crazy. Never been really girl. Crazy. I just I went to a co Ed school for freshman and sophomore year, and you get caught up in that dramatics of it. This group only missed this group, and these these guy, and it was tough for me as well. Because I was just playing a you the entire summer where all the kids. I'm going to school would be hanging out doing the cross camp or football camp or basketball camp, whatever it may be and I would never be there to do that..

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"co ed school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Best tight end by texting the number one hundred text the number one hundred at four one four seven nine nine one six twenty four one four seven nine nine one six twenty after the news here at the bottom of the hour. We're going to dive into the uproar the Fuhrer and the fury over whether or not Scott Walker and the Republicans Robin Voss, Scott FitzGerald are going to limit the power that twenty Everts. The governor elect will have when he takes office early next year. Of course, governor Walker losing Tony Everts couple of weeks ago. Now, this is let's be honest. It is a lame duck session. And there are still some things on the table. I think there's some things more important than others that this Republicans controlled state legislature. And for the time being governor's mansion there are some things that are important. And there are some things that are just well there, we say petty. I don't know that's where I going to get your thoughts. You've had a few days now. And that's what I love about the weekend show. You've had a few days to mull over some of the. These proposals some of these ideas, and I'll tell you what Robin Voss Scott Walker got some national headlines. Even obviously big news around these parts, but national headlines this week on the topic of whether or not Republicans will work to limit some powers that the governor will have in the new term. And of course, the new governor is a democrat also some tips or a big tip. I should say for those of you who still cannot get over the fact that Tony Everts beat Scott Walker and the last time we talked we were doing predictions and whatnot. And. Maybe I was naive. We knew it would be close. Maybe I was naive to think that Scott Walker would be able to be pulled wh would be able to pull it out. Despite the fact that all the indications where it was going to be a big big democratic turnout. It was, but as we now know after all the numbers have been counted in the statistics and all the information has been processed by people a heck of a lot smarter than me. We now know just how epic the turnout was endangered county and in Milwaukee county, and those were just hills too big for even Scott Walker and all his political clout to cover nonetheless tip share with you when we come back. And then once you to start thinking about it. What is your thoughts on if it is a good idea or not? That's the big question. Is it a good idea or not? Four Republicans for Walker Voss FitzGerald for the leadership in Madison still controlled by Republicans to limit some power wants Tony gets into that same chair in a couple of months four one four seven nine nine one six twenty on the academe mortgage, talk and text line. We'll dive into that next. But first dive into some news headlines over to the WTMJ breaking news center, here's Greg. Well, thank you, Scott again in Wisconsin politics, the race for Wisconsin's attorney general isn't over yet. The Wisconsin elections commission announced Friday that based on canvas vote totals jazz. Call got seventeen thousand one hundred and ninety more votes than incumbent branch civil that is within the one percentage point margin that would allow for a recount, but Schimmel would have to pay for it. He does have until Wednesday to make a decision on a recount. But in an announcement is expected on Monday. Wisconsin's unemployment rate continues to remain around historic lows. The State Department of workforce development saying was at. Three percent in October third straight month at this level in the ninth straight at or below it. The state did lose sixteen hundred private sector jobs between September and October. But it is up thirty two thousand from the same month last year and beloved cardinal Stritch university. President and chancellor Camille Khalib has passed away at age ninety five sister Camille joined the university more than sixty years ago. She was an integral integral part of the university's expansion and transition to a co Ed school as well as an overseer of new developments, including. Hey,.

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"co ed school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Reaction mostly against the reason that he was hissed embarrassed is in this is an example of the trouble. You get yourself into with no process, and no planning y'all went coed without any additional dormitory space for men or women the ratio in the first year of education was roughly eight to one five hundred and seventy six women and just over four thousand men, but you need dormitory space you need bathrooms. Absolutely. And I guess that hadn't been thought through entirely hadn't been through at all. Because there had been so little process and planning a lack of planning brought on by Princeton. When the New Jersey Ivy commissioned a report in September nineteen sixty eight that recommended admitting women to that campus rooster leveraged. Competitive spirit, and rob pragmatism to persuade the Yale corporation to act Alice young was in that first class of women. So in our entry way, for example, they took out the urinals, but they didn't adjust the mirrors or the showers or anything else. So since I'm not a really tall person. I literally had to jump up and down to see myself in the mirror in the morning. What did it feel like in nineteen sixty nine when you arrived at Yale? So it was kind of a culture shock for me as a woman I was used to being in co Ed school. So I knew that it was the first classified, but it felt a little. Odd. We were in a goldfish bowl when you say we were in a gold fish bowl. You mean the women? Yes, we were an oddity on campus. And obviously there'd been a tremendous amount of publicity about are showing up. The media showed up didn't it. Oh, yes. We were followed around. And then of course, there were the men on campus. The men were used to having women only on the weekends. So to see us around the campus during the week was a little different for them. And for some perhaps a little intimidating. Professor. Nancy Malki will says faculty mostly complicated matters faculty members, a lot of them were welcoming. But a lot of them didn't help a new woman. Student went to the chair of the history department and asked whether the history department would consider giving a course in women's history. And he looked at her and he said that would be like teaching. The history of dogs. I asked Dallas young who was also one of only four Asian women on campus. If given all of the obstacles, she felt like a pioneer I have to confess. Yes. I was a pioneer back then I continued to pioneer throughout my career. But I think we also did a tremendous service to Yale in that we provided diversity of thinking diversity of culture. I think that suddenly these preppy boys saw that. There was all this other experience that they didn't have on that was valuable in thinking about what we wanted in the world. Young went on to Harvard Law School and a successful international law practice. She's generally grateful for the education she received at Yale and the doors that open for her as an Asian school kid from Hawaii. But. Then I asked her about Brad Kavanagh who was accused during his bid for a spot on the US court of sexual misconduct by multiple women, including one of his Yale classmates allegations, he fiercely denied, what are your thoughts about what did you feel rather than what you thought when you heard those allegations unfold and watched the hearings certainly at schools like yell. There was a very privileged of empowered group of males. Who felt that they were smarter than everyone else better than everyone else could get what they want. For me during that era. I think because we were the first it was everything was very delicately treated we were handled with kid gloves. I, you know, I think that we as sturdy women as they said when they were recruiting women for Yale. We had to be very aware of our environment. And sadly, I think that is still the case young says admitting women is one thing changing a culture takes much longer. We really need to teach our young people how to get along with each other and signal better, and listen better it ascends to have a more civil discourse overall that education. She says has to happen. Not just at storied institutions once close to women, but throughout our.

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"co ed school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coming to you until we know more about a variety of preferences. Among. The women we desire to admit it. What was the male student reaction mostly against the reason that he was his an embarrassed is in this is an example of the trouble. You get yourself into with no process and planning y'all went coed without any additional dormitory space for men or women the ratio in the first year of coach occasion was roughly eight to one five hundred and seventy six women and just over four thousand men, but you need dormitory space you need bathrooms. Absolutely. And I guess that hadn't been thought through entirely hadn't been thought through at all because there had been so little process and planning a lack of planning brought on by Princeton. When the New Jersey Ivy commissioned a report in September, nineteen sixty eight that recommended admitting women to that campus rooster leverage. Competitive spirit, and rob pragmatism to persuade the Yale corporation to act Alice Yong was in that first class of women. So in our entry way, for example, they took out the urinals, but they didn't adjust the mirrors or the showers or anything else. So since I'm not a really tall person. I literally had to jump up and down to see myself in the mirror in the morning. What did it feel like in nineteen sixty nine when you arrived at Yale? So it was kind of a culture shock for me as a woman I was used to being in co Ed school. So I knew that it was the first class of women, but it felt a little. Odd. We were in a goldfish bowl when you say we were in a gold fish bowl. You mean the women? Yes, we were an oddity on campus. And obviously there'd been a tremendous amount of publicity about are showing up. The media showed up didn't it. Oh, yes. We were followed around. And then of course, there were the men on campus. The men were used to having women only on the weekends. So to see us around the campus during the week was a little different for them. And for some perhaps a little intimidating. Professor. Nancy Malki will says faculty mostly complicated matters faculty members, a lot of them were welcoming. But a lot of them didn't help a new woman. Student went to the chair of the history department and asked whether the history department would consider giving a course in women's history. And he looked at her and he said that would be like teaching. The history of dogs. I asked Dallas young who was also one of only four Asian women on campus. If given all of the obstacles, she felt like a pioneer I have to confess. Yes. I was pioneer back. Then I continued to pioneer throughout my career. But I think we also did a tremendous service to Yale in that we provided diversity of thinking diversity of culture. I think that suddenly these preppy boys saw that. There was all this other experience that they didn't have on that was valuable in thinking about what we wanted in the world. Young went on to Harvard Law School and a successful international law practice. She's generally grateful for the education she received at Yale and the doors open for her as an Asian school kit from Hawaii, but. Then I asked her about Brad Kavanagh who was accused during his bid for a spot on the US supreme court of sexual misconduct by multiple women, including one of his Yale classmates allegations, he fiercely denied, what are your thoughts about what did you feel rather than what you thought when you heard those allegations unfold and watched the hearings certainly at schools like yell. There was a very privileged of empowered group of males. Who felt that they were smarter than everyone else better than everyone else could get what they want. For me during that era. I think because we were the first it was everything was very delicately treated we were handled with kid gloves. You know, I think that we as sturdy women as they said when they were recruiting women for Yale. We had to be very aware of our environment. And sadly, I think that is still the case young says admitting women is one thing changing a culture takes much longer. We really need to teach our young people how to get along with each other and signal better and. Listen better, it ascends to have a more civil discourse overall that education. She says has to happen. Not just at storied institutions once close to women, but throughout our.

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"co ed school" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

Slate's Culture Gabfest

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest

"It's not about mean bad things, it is ultimately about, you know, kids learning to kind of live with their bodies and be nice to each other. But along the way it has so many filthy jokes like it's packed with Raj every single second. And and I asked my daughter about it, and you know, not into judgy way. I. Said I've got to watch big mouth for the gabfest. And I noticed that you watched some what did you think of it? And she was not that bond of it. She said that her friend told her to watch it because it was his favorite show. And and that she started what she said, she said, she agreed. It was incredibly dirty. She said, I didn't really get a lot of the Joe. Oh. I don't think even grownups talk that way. And assured her that, in fact, adulthood is not just nonstop filthy humor every single second. But yeah, the fact that it looks appealingly cartoony and it just pops right up when you look on net flicks. And doesn't have any. I don't know what they would do. But like have some kind of warning or buried under adult shows or something. I don't know. I mean, it just seems like there must be a lot of kids that are saying, hey, a new cartoon on Netflix. And then they're watching like, I mean, I'm not gonna get it eastern even friendly for this podcast to get into like how dirty the show is. Let me give you the possible counterpoint to that. Which is that having now had two girls go through puberty at a co Ed school, and I I hate to over gender this. But the boys are on the internet. They are on virtually unrestricted or unrestricted internet, and they're finding a lot of this language in contexts that are utterly demeaning, and especially demeaning to the girl classmates to women in general, which they then bring into the classroom and use to. To essentially degrade or humiliate or whatever their their female classmates that you can use this language in a completely different way in a way, maybe even defendant, but bring it into the context of human kindness, which is the general tone, and and message of the show, which is understanding and understanding that everyone's going through this. But also a progressive politics in feminist politics, especially when it comes to reproductive rights, and and and gender norms and a quality. I think that's really really healthy because they're finding this language anyway and to find it here is so much much Bank. That is a great point. And it crawl has. He's even said that he kind of wants thirteen year olds to watch it. I am not the parent of thirteen year old. And yet I surprised myself by feeling like I kind of want twins to watch the show for the exact reasons that you laid out I would take for example, the head push episode. I don't know if you guys saw that. But there is one. Road where there is a sort of there's a high school theater kid party that these two that these hapless sort of, you know, preteens somehow find themselves that and a bunch of hilarious adventures and misadventures ensue. But there's this one scene that is very funny, but it's also somewhat fundamental Ernest where there's a teen girl, and she is like making out with her douchebag feeder kid crush, and he starts to push her head down, and that becomes a kind of a coinage like oh the head push. He's known as head pusher. And for me, something like that. Which was when I was growing up the idea of the head push was a total joke that didn't even register as a sexual infraction. It was just something kind of worth I rolling over to see that articulated in the language of consent. Imas totally self-aware hilarious way. That again doesn't play as corrective even though it is one that made me think, you know, if all of this this sort of very subtle messaging wrapped up in this boisterous. Profane package seemed really novel ineffective to counterpoint. I didn't see the head Bush. That sounds interesting..

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"co ed school" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

The Adam Buxton Podcast

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on The Adam Buxton Podcast

"I'm going to sit a fire a few things that you have memory blasts, and you can respond on is you see fit. I really enjoyed your book, by the way do. Well. Thanks, which I I picked up when it came out, which is two thousand nine. Yeah. Yeah. And all I did then was scan it for references to mayo. And I found a very passing reference to Joe and to us as I think you describe this as like teddy teddy bear nineteen teddy teddybears because of low toy movies to make them. Yeah. Yeah. But then I read it properly recently, and it was really fun. It's funny. And one of the things that I really was intrigued by was your references to sex and relationships early guilt at your first, childhood sexual fumblings. Yeah. And quite well described like early forays into you know, reaching up someone sweater. Which she doesn't think about too much like after certain point, especially when you're married. I don't know why I don't know why felt guilty of the touching her boobs. But you feel really guilty and he did. And I don't know why. And I think it was because it was quite. After touching her boob. It was a friend of mine, I was still in touch actually nickname her Meredith cuts us in the book. But yeah, we were on. I see I feel very young very very young and barely kind of pubic Ellenbogen and an after his I, you know, because it was the first pair of girls boobs that doesn't sound right. The first breast I'd touched. And kissed actually. And so it was kind of felt like quite a radical sex act. I think about thirteen and I was riding back up the hill on my Griffin. And there was the sign for speed bumps. Generally, listen to God. What have I done? Yeah. I think it was just taking a step into a different world, right? Instead of a loss of innocence. Yeah. But then maybe it's because I was quite young as you do do you. Remember, your first sort of? Yeah. I mean, not not not including, you know, very young kind of messing around the nurses stuff. I mean when you doing it for the for the sake of. Yeah. Yeah. Yet leisure. I went to a co Ed school when all that was happening around between about sex. Back in those days. It was just amazingly fun and exciting and nice. And there was a snogging competition. I wrote getting I remember going to parties in like, they would just devolve into kind of you know, safe oggi's. Yeah. Everybody was slugging in silence. I had the record for the longest snug at school. And we would have it was a prep school on the weekends. They would do movie showings, in the gym, and that would be a big social occasion, and they turn the lights off. And they'd be a lot of snogging from the old children and the end of term film one year was hawk the slayer. Oh, yeah. So I snuck a very only movie. Well, I don't know because I've never seen it. I've heard it. But we started snogging me and Alison at the beginning of hawk the slayer. I close my eyes in an F. She kept her. But we smelled. There was some French kissing, and it was pretty drew and we smoked for the length of the so I mean ninety minutes. Wow. You could probably check that out on IMDB for an exact timing. Yeah. And then it came on TV a few years afterwards. And it was such a straight as I wasn't watching. It was on in the background. Did you have low vian? I think it was a time the original it was pre- bonus Ville. So it was peer it was also very boring. We would literally just our all the passionate gone out of it was pure that..

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"co ed school" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

11:47 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Hello to people like Patrick and Larry had to have the presence of lots of interesting exciting people who are interested in exciting. And they're also interested in excited about what we're doing here on the DJ V program with Jennifer horn, Victoria, Keven, schilling, Victoria, has this half hours lead. So lead away lady. Well, we're on our way to Missouri for this story police do not know the whereabouts of nearly get this thirteen hundred registered sex offenders in the state of Missouri. They are missing, and including hundreds of them who actually fall into the most dangerous categories. So this is a according to a new state audit that spin released Missouri law requires convicted sex offenders to register their names, addresses and other info with their county law enforcement and most sheriff's departments run this this register. But apparently somehow the public database has not been up to date and people have been moving around. They did not notify law enforcement where and when they moved and so now they have a thirteen hundred unaccounted for registered sex offenders who may or may not even be in Missouri anymore. So if they're no no longer up to date in Missouri. And they moved to another state. There's obviously there's no way to track them. And so they're off this the city of Saint Louis is working on this. Now, they said, they're dealing with fourteen counties. That have had these registers are just the list is not accurate, and they don't really know. What happened a lot of people kind of going? I don't know what happened, but it's pretty awful. Well, but here it is again once again, the public sector falls apart falls down on the job doesn't do its job. And we just sit here scratching our head thinking. Well, why is that we have people who are responsible for this? So why are they still in their jobs? Why are they fired? Why aren't the new people there? Trying to figure out how to do this better now. But this. Yeah. The state auditor is a woman named Nicole Galloway, and she was quoted as saying that the findings are disturbing an alarming and she said as it stands the sex offender registry really provides a false sense of security. So that's great. Yeah. Yeah. That's a good way. That's a good way to cap it. All right. Here's something in the food for thought department as we have youngsters in school. Now, what about a month schools been banging says about a month? Right. And the the teachers unions are trying to figure out how students respond to whom and to what do they respond and one of the things that has come out. It's really very interesting. Reality is I look at this thing and the research of the national teachers union, I believe has found that students. There are more white women teaching school still than anything else. Students see teachers who are different than they are different gender, different color skin. And so the question was does that matter, and according to a significant amount of information in this research students tend to benefit from having teachers who look like them, especially if they are not white the homo genus, how do you pronounce that word homo? Yeah. My janie. Probably one homogeneous. So this is one of the the the the the mix up of the homo homos. Same hetero is mix. So this is homo Janati. That's what she said. That's how to pronounce homogeneity is the first time. I think I've ever seen that word anyway. So the sameness of teachers that's how we translate that probably one of the contributors to the stubborn gender and race gaps in student achievement in American public schools overall girls outperform boys, with an exception in math in certain places, the country and white students outperform those who are black or Hispanic because in this circumstance. And there are more white people teaching women teaching than anything else. So my question to you ladies is this an excuse is this reality, and how do we fix it? Victoria. What do you think? I think back on your days in school who did you respond? This is the the question really year is in your experience to whom did you respond better whether elementary middle school high school, who did you respond better all think back about all the teacher that you had? I don't think I ever had teachers than male teachers when I was in a co Ed school. I think I pry my favorite teachers were a few of the female teachers, then I went to an all girls high school, and my favorite teachers were all the male teacher. So I don't know if that is just coincidental or in same-sex environment. If peop- if you react differently to to a different gendered teacher. I'm not sure, but it may have just been the schools that I went to. So I don't know. About personality types. I had women teachers I had male teacher. I have more women teachers probably than I did male teachers, but I had some great men teachers, and I'd still love so much, and I still keep touch with it keep in touch with that Facebook. It's all about for me, someone who just talks to kids like a person, I think when teachers tried to to teach above the heads of their students. That's when I think they lost a lot of people. I loved it. When a teacher could make something relevant with something that was either going on in our lives in our school. Maybe something we had heard about in the news when teachers make things relevant and told us why they were important. Those are always the ones. Skin, religion or any of that stuff? What about you? Yeah. I'm trying to think back, and I feel like kind of agreeing with Jen, my favorite, teachers and classes now their first of all based on the subject. So I was probably never going to like a teacher. If it was a subject that I really disliked or wasn't great at I think teachers can always do a better job at getting kids invested in those subjects that they're not interested in, but they're never going to be my favorite teachers, and the teachers I did really love really went above and beyond to try and relate to the students and make things exciting and make them understand it and make it make them want to be involved in it in a way that was just beyond. Like, oh, well, this is history of the. I don't know European kings and stuff like that. Like, they have to make it personal to you. And I I'm sure that there's way more to this. When it comes to what students do well, and what students do bad what district it's in how much money those kids have at home, whether their parents are at home reading with them. So I think it's a much more complex issue. I think the teacher thing is interesting. But I think it's important that we just encourage more and more people to go into teaching because I think we're kind of at a place where there's not a lot of money to be offered. It's a lot of hours, you're working with people and kids who are not necessarily in great places and don't necessarily respect you. So I think a lot of people aren't going into teaching. And I think we need to figure out a way to get more and more people in detecting. That's the solution observation. Yeah. All right back to you. And your days in school to whom did you? Well, that's what I'm saying is it's not I don't have a specific. I'm not like, oh, only white women. I mean, one of my. Name or a class or a year. School one of my favorite. Teachers was my sign language teacher. She was a white woman, but it was a very immersive experience. So we were not allowed to talk at all in that class. We were only doing silently which and I feel like I learned some of the most important like I I learned so much in that class and take the class. Why thought it was interesting. My one of my older sisters had taken the class a few times. And she minored in-depth studies when she was in college. And so, you know, me being the youngest sister. I'm always kind of interested in what my older sister dead, and I took it, and it was so fun. I'm much more of a visual learner, and I learned by doing things, and so I had taken French for years. I was never super great at it. Because we just kind of went through a vocabulary list, and that was not fun to me. But when you're in a class, and you're using your hands and you're communicating that way that was really fun. And I thought the teacher taught it and a great way she was a white woman. I don't know if that influenced at all I think it was her personality in the way, she chose to teach it, but then I had a lot of male teachers for. English and history and math, and I really liked them as well. So I I don't really see it as a gender divide. Unfortunately, a lot of my teachers were white. I didn't have a lot of teachers who weren't white. So I can't really speak on that. In college. You didn't college professors are usually a much more diverse group. Yeah, I'm trying to think there where you are. Maybe I just didn't really love any of my college classes that much. None of them are really coming to mind, my favorite teachers. We're still high school ones. I'm thinking about it. You said that my favorite I had three or four profs in college that I really liked and we're friends with when I was there, and and one of them I didn't wasn't able to keep up with because he was killed. He was in Iraqi named Mouhedin hot tour, and he taught political science at every course that he offered he was a man. Moslem guy came to this country went to north western got a doctorate there ended up at Heidelberg in the middle of nowhere in Ohio. Mary do a southern Baptist. Most interesting. I was just amazing and he went back to fight against Saddam Hussein and was killed. But he was his family. He came from the era before Hussein the era of of kings, and queens and princes. And and he was the son of a prince, and man, that's how he was able to get out of Iraq and go to north western to get an education, and he just stayed here. And then this country became such a messy went back to try to work under if you will under the guise of some other he he went back to teach. So he said, but he didn't really go back to teach. He went back to try to disrupt what Saddam was doing. And he was not successful. But that's a name and a face in an experience. I never met him Moslem before in my life, for God's sakes. I'm from framingham. Massachusetts where Moslem within one hundred miles a year when I was a kid growing up plenty of now. But then no the school that I went to was supposedly. Based on Christian tradition. And was affiliated with the United church of Christ the more exposure to different people in different thinking, they healthier your mind is going to be that's the way. I look at it. So true same just breeds in. It's like inbreeding. Yeah. You never you're having a baby with your sister or something. It's kind of crazy is not not productive interesting way to put it. Jennifer. Nothing if I'm not interesting forty six past the hour on the DJ show. With your Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, I'm Vivian Williams. Gentlemen. Listen up if.

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"co ed school" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Water no electricity and no food to men on the property arrested three women detained but they. Were later, released gunmen killed one police. Officer wounded another during an overnight search operation for suspects linked to the torching of nearly a dozen schools in northern Pakistan, suspected militants sent, fire to eleven girls are co Ed schools Friday a government spokesman says the schools would be restored before classes resume the last week of August. Gunman today also opened fire on the vehicle of a judge who was heading to the funeral of the slain police officer the judge was not hurt Pakistan has struggled, to combat religious extremism in the, nearly two decades since the September eleventh attack, and the us led invasion a west bend Wisconsin man is recovering in the. Hospital after losing his limbs after getting an infection from a dog that led to. A rare blood infection reporter Stephanie Buffum Bustamante reports this case as many in Wisconsin wondering could it happen to them Amen typhoid lost both his hands and legs Dr same. Entitles infection was. Caused after contact with bacteria found in dog's saliva at the Silver Spring animal wellness center Dr p Veras has gone several calls in the last few. Days. From concerned. Pet owners and people do not. Need to get rid of their ads absolutely no way this is a, very, rare event you can get infected with contact through, animal's saliva in her open wounds Novak Tirias common, in the mountains. Of dogs and cats but most people who are in contact with pets won't, get sick those at risk to be. Infected or people who don't have a splaine abuse. Alcohol have cancer or low immune. System Kamlesh news time six fifty four.

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"co ed school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Redwing for your dress shoes you. Can drop a big dime they even have handmade shoes Cut red God That's old I barely remember that Seven seven, three area. Code says moon boots Moon boots Like boots that look like you're on, the moon Like in the winter the people that kind. Of wear, that kind. Of stuff in the winter like boo big boots do your feet don't fall off in the ice Because you, know that happens all the time Dan your feet fall off in the. Ice and, guess those. Stories you hear every winter people's feet falling off Zack says you, ever see those robbers for. Men, what's going on with that remember when that was that was a couple of years ago right Dan yeah Last year? Was it last year when people started when the idiot started. Wearing? That? Yep That's not a good look? Dudes All right here's some of the faux, pas, that men make that women, hey we mentioned socks and sandals which I think universally people have all I. Think we all agree not good How 'bout accessory overload This is another one that women women hate. That men make mistakes we completely disagree with the fact that some say Julia is jewelry is made better is. Made just for women, men can wear jewelry, but in both cases less is. More wearing a necktie ten bracelets are watching a pinkie ring will convince people that you're just trying to replace Johnny Depp in the next pirates of the Caribbean movie as. Much. As we love Johnny that's not. Necessarily a good thing Yeah I don't wear any I used to wear watch that. Was as far as I got when I was married I had war ring but I never I never wore. My class ring when, I was in high, school because we got our class. Rings we got our classrooms early we got to wear them during her senior year because most people get them after they graduate right we got ours junior year did you. Oh. Yeah we got our yeah okay But. We. Got to wear like during, his senior? Year when, it when it, was. Appropriate You know No it was a tradition when I don't know if this was If this, was something that they did not you went to. You went to. You did? Not, go to a co Ed school that is correct so people You didn't, have like co Ed dating going out in your. In your school. We did And if you. Were dating a girl was dating guy she wore his ring with yarn wrapped around it do you? Remember that Okay okay now. You order you would wear you would wear. Your boyfriend's class people don't, remember this I mean listen. I graduated in nineteen Eighty-three so maybe that was. A thing back then Graduated high school in eighty three so you d. Like the girl would. Get the, guys, the guys ring and you. Would ramp yarn around the bottom of it So the. Bottom of the ring okay and you would for for two reasons one it would be a little decorative and to the ring would fit okay that makes sense. So he put yarn around because it's obviously a lot of the, lot of the guys had, bigger. Fingers than the girls. Did in the rings would fall off so they would wrap yarn or the girls would wrap yarn run and. This was a thing man this was a thing like if. You were dating someone you had that class ring with. The yarn wrapped around the inside of it I don't, know if this, was just specific to Luther north I'm not really sure I think it was more, than. Just my school I'm..

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"co ed school" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Was as far as i got married i had a war ring but i never i never wore my class ring when i was in high school because we got our classrooms we got our classrooms early we got to wear them during her senior year because most people get them after they graduate right we got ours junior year oh yeah we got our yeah okay but we got to wear ours like during his senior year when it when it was appropriate you know no it was a tradition when i don't know if this was if this was something that they did not you went to you went to you did not go to a co ed school that is correct so people you didn't have like co ed dating going on in your in your school we did at luther north and if you were dating a girl was dating a guy she wore his ring with yarn wrapped around it do you remember that okay you now in order you would wear you would wear your boyfriend's class people don't remember this i mean listen i graduated in nineteen eightythree so maybe that was a thing back then graduated high school in eighty three so you would like the girl would get guys the guys ring and you would wrap yarn around the bottom of it so the bottom of the ring okay and for for two reasons one it would be a little decorative and to the ring would fit okay that makes sense so you put yarn around because it's something a lot of the lot of the guys had bigger fingers than the girls did and the rings would fall off so they would wrap yarn or the girls would wrap yarn around and this was a thing man this was a thing like if you were dating someone you had that class ring with the yarn wrapped around the inside of it i don't know if this was just specific to luther north i'm not really sure i think it was more than just my school i'm pretty sure that was the thing that was happening now i don't know if it was time specific so you know because dan i'm like what am i ten years older than you something like that i'm ten years older than ten years older than no way no no you're a much older than that yeah wait you're eighteen i'm eighteen years older than you right i was thinking about when i graduated high school i was eight it was yeah okay 'cause yeah so that i graduated high school the same year that you were born right no you were born in eighty one as morella was born in eighty three okay so anyway i'm old so maybe it wasn't a thing when you went to high school i mean obviously there's different dan because you went to an all boys high school so you know but yeah that was that's what people did when you were if you were a girlfriend you had his ring and you wore yarn around it i don't know if anybody was the letterman jacket thing letterman was the thing football jersey where the football jersey of your boyfriend yep yeah the lettermans jacket was a thing but football jerseys and but this ring thing was i'm not kidding the class ring thing is a real maybe we'll get some confirmation from people who makes sense i just thought it was leg oh but the yarn makes sense now because the ring will fit right right that makes sense yeah i thought it was just like a fast louis fashion statement we're just hey you know what's really cool putting yarn around a ring that's really cool man that's the latest trend yeah so i i didn't i didn't.

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"co ed school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The six eighty news time three minutes past and dino cloth baltimore city is poised to pay nine million dollars to a man who spent twenty years in prison on a wrongful murder conviction it's the largest settlement from the city and the case involving alleged police misconduct dna evidence clear james owens of the crime about a decade ago governor hogan has appointed a former delegate to the vacant baltimore's state senate seat that were surrendered by former senator nathaniel oaks jill carter will fill the seat formerly held by oaks who've resigned as part of a guilty plea in the federal corruption and bribery case the archdiocese of baltimore is planning to build its first new catholic school in the city and more than fifty years the school will serve students from pre k through eighth grade and will be built on the site of the former lexington terrorists elementary public school the archdiocese has raised about thirteen million dollars of its roughly eighteen point five million dollar goal for creation of the co ed school telsim university is invested getting a possible antisemitic hate crime the two victims were walking to a house on egg birth road when two suspects followed them shouting f the jews and calling them at ethnic slur the two victims are members of the jewish fraternity alpha epsilon pi i'll look at sports in just a moment your home is your most valuable investment make sure it's protected from its worst enemy termites john huff here with regional pest management.

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James Owens, Governor Hogan and Baltimore discussed on The Bruce Elliot Show

The Bruce Elliot Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

James Owens, Governor Hogan and Baltimore discussed on The Bruce Elliot Show

"The six eighty news time three minutes past and dino cloth baltimore city is poised to pay nine million dollars to a man who spent twenty years in prison on a wrongful murder conviction it's the largest settlement from the city and the case involving alleged police misconduct dna evidence clear james owens of the crime about a decade ago governor hogan has appointed a former delegate to the vacant baltimore's state senate seat that were surrendered by former senator nathaniel oaks jill carter will fill the seat formerly held by oaks who've resigned as part of a guilty plea in the federal corruption and bribery case the archdiocese of baltimore is planning to build its first new catholic school in the city and more than fifty years the school will serve students from pre k through eighth grade and will be built on the site of the former lexington terrorists elementary public school the archdiocese has raised about thirteen million dollars of its roughly eighteen point five million dollar goal for creation of the co ed school telsim university is invested getting a possible antisemitic hate crime the two victims were walking to a house on egg birth road when two suspects followed them shouting f the jews and calling them at ethnic slur the two victims are members of the jewish fraternity alpha epsilon pi i'll look at sports in just a moment your home is your most valuable investment make sure it's protected from its worst enemy termites john huff here with regional pest management.

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"co ed school" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"co ed school" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Oh well i tell us students always since i don't tax i don't do all the fancy things i have enough to read my email when i came home last night i had so many of them but finished on the twitter's and all the facebook this morning no i don't have a twitter i think someone put one on there gotcha you referenced it you joined the two schools bars correct you've been with the school sixty one correct yes i was at underline college which was the all women's college and our while yours tom brady in our property adjoined and then then young women decided that they would like to go to a co ed school many of them had been a catholic highschool school girls and so we weren't able to make it any more i should say affiliated with lyell and that is one of the best affiliations i believe in the country so it worked out fine everything's going well and you referenced it earlier sister the sixty three victory over cincinnati it came close to get that rematch here in the sweet sixteen bearcats against loyola chicago but what about that sixty three victory for lola chicago great team another sister and i watch that because then with delayed and of course we had no for email so we didn't even know we had one game and we watched it on the little black and white eleven inch tv and then all of a sudden we heard as we saw this that they won the young men from loyola in to run the line and got me on and they walked down sheridan road midnight yelling we weren me one and we really had a great time rated that for years and we celebrate the gold anniversary and brought the young man a little older now who played on the team back to chicago and we also played their school also i mean it's an unbelievable run for loyola chicago and we're hoping that it continues it's going to be a great match up against nevada in the sweet sixteen sister thank you for spending a couple of minutes was this house this morning good luck with those scouting reports for coach so much a pleasure to talk to you what a wonderful woman she's eight years of age chaplain for loyola chicago sister jean getting a getting up early for us and giving us a vibe feel.

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