17 Burst results for "College of Liberal Arts"

"college liberal arts" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

08:17 min | 18 hrs ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Billy billy cleaning cleaning up incredible kelly leave of the year. That's right. I forgot you on this so you got you graduated college. Liberal arts school and you got the vaccine. Yeah so banji. Oh and you quit a job. Yeah i quitted job for a little bit for yeah. Thank you for the opportunity to be liberal. The original sense of the word. Yes yes freedom okay. So what do you accept your award. I guy can't do. i have do a accept it. No part actually. That would make them super. Like i think i. I won't accept this award until everyone had hardship and life gets an award. I shared the award with chris long last year. So what am i do. I might give him this one. Okay i like that. That's also this year you. You beat up. A cuban person who hates cast in is that. Why is that. Why you blocked chris long because you were like trying to beat him in liberty year locked crystal. I forgot you did that. You got so triggered online other liberal. He made a safe-space that you had to make safe-space flake wouldn't keep melting also. What's the lib cuck of year. When we originally might have been the. I think cuck of the year is actually different. Category from from lebron. Yeah yeah not. All libs are wait. Not not all libs but all lives are cooks. Yeah yeah so good job. Good job billy. Congratulations proud when we did when we sponsored. Aoc's our first An i l. athlete. Billy was like oh my god dream come true goals as we said she said on the texture is i. Can i drink her. Bathwater girl boss all right student girl boston. Fuck bill you on that one to know. Hey hey take anyone. You're you're cleaning up today. You're cleaning up today all right next up. Pf t right no issue. It's me i'm all lost i. I can't trust us enough. Jake just alfred my brain so hard by getting up and just changing. Every still don't know what he was doing. I don't either incredible to jake. No i had the p really badly all right thirst trap of the year big award. Lots of people up there for thirst trap of the year. We'll start with us. Everyone in this room. We get their strap of the year for the post of us. Playing demi do finders pool. I think women are still masturbating to that today Next stop we jeffrey toobin. It must not be that good of a picture through still masturbating. Yeah that's true from the get off. Keep looking at my fucking belly. Overlapping like just my belly. Looks like it's choking my bathing. Listen i think we all look good. We looked like real mentioned. Look yeah fancy guys that work out eat correctly. This real guys look like yes. Yes perfect body right. We have ryen russillo for the jumper. That doesn't make any sense where he's floating in the air getting shots up pick at. He was unloading some pictures from his camera. That's true that's a photo dump for people in the world Jeffrey toobin is nominated. We already talked about him. But his thirst trap where he's masturbated on zoom call and then our good friend paul rebel for giving the game ball after a win which doesn't happen often appeal for people out there. That aren't the canons. Worse team in place is springs. Yup yup giving away the game ball in his underwear well. Everyone else had their shorts on and most had shirts on it was very uncomfortable to watch. I didn't write down. Who won this. So let's decided right now. I mean. I think it's gotta go to to paul rebel. Who's the most likely to reach. We all know lamb. We'll paul rebel. If he wins it might not be brand friendly enough. Oh should we give it. Should we tie a tight or soul and rebel. And if you want to win the picture of themselves. Yeah yeah okay. So we'll do a card with paul rebel and ryen russillo and it will say in fine print. I re tweet gets the actual. Yeah i like that okay. So there's trap of the year award is still to determined just shocking that julian almond was not nominated. He put a shirt on. Yeah yes he retired from avalanche topless. Pictures i this is taking history folks. We just didn't give award away and instead we're making a competition. I think we kind of did because only the truth of the year would more people to see that original thirsty. Yeah that's true does true. Okay good good award. The twelfth award of the evening is going to the category of premature celebration. A lot of good nominees this year first nominee is every steelers fan. When they were eleven to know maybe the worst eleven no team in any sport of all time yes but they were letting us know about it at that. Point also nominated is ryan russillo for adopting chris. Paul and making chris paul his son in the second round the playoffs just before chris. Paul fell off the face of the earth. It was after it was it says credit he was after they won the wac western conference final. And i'll give him a little bit of credit that he's he has thrown out there that he thinks game. Four of the finals will probably hurt him more than it hurts chris. Paul like mentally so he's at least taking some ownership but yeah that was. He was looking for his victory lap on chris. Paul i think chris paul cares more than everyone else now. We'll to game for well. Ryan changes tune win. It eventually comes out to chris. Paul was dealing with a wrist. Drew is now going to be like see. I was right about chris. Paul but i didn't know he was hurt. Yeah we will see yes. So the the winner of premature celebration of the year goes to the sunday four. Oh man because he had a moment. Yeah thank you bill yes. He had a moment he became a public figure and as quickly as he came on the scene he left and he came on the scene with like in a ball of fury yes. He announced his presence by beating up that nuggets guy. And it's over. it's over it's over. He's it's nice guy. We had him on. the show. Did a t shirt with him. Wishing the best luck sons and four is over. It's not it's it's never coming back so it was not what a whirlwind he had a moment he'll always you know what he'll always be able to be like. Hey i'm the sons. four guy. Credit two sons in four guys. Well because i saw on his instagram when the sons were down three two he was playing chess. While everyone else is playing checkers he was doing some charity work given meals to homeless before they actually got lost the nba finals. He was getting ahead of it. So i appreciate the ability to see the whole court and if you go back long enough in his history especially on instagram you can see. He's going to be just fine. He's like a big outdoors. Guy probably didn't watch too many live sports. His looked like he hung out on big rocks hiking a lot so i think he's got a good mindset to move on. Yes all right so Grade award grade awards sons and four guy. He will definitely reach tweet this absolutely. He's got nothing else. Left next up. We have the bulk of the year award big year and bonk's the nominees. Jeffrey toobin is still nominated. He's is he not going to win. An award is gonna be sad goes home. always a bridesmaid. Never bribes being nominated for everything Pf is nominated pfc. Had an especially horny year. I think it started with the miley cyrus and it was like a four week. Four months stretch generic off snowballed from there. Don't jack age age negative eight years. You've got a new sense of true energy and hornets frank. Thomas is testosterone pill. Yeah i felt. I felt like i was back in my mid twenties again. Yeah just the ladies. don't complain. All roads lead back to a sex joke. That's okay all right. And then lastly.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

03:14 min | 2 d ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Month soccer episode. It's like oh where's the football. Where's the hockey too much soccer. And then i'll do all bunch on hockey and then the football fans will be crying out and so the good news and the bad news is. That's good because people are like okay. I you know they're saying what they want. But the the it this is an equal opportunity storytelling vehicle. I think in. And there's so many great stories in around all this stuff and you know if there's a sport or a team or league that we haven't gotten to yet hang tight because we'll get there because there's just plenty of it's still yet to be explored you know and i kind of goes back to the point made earlier about telling stories that are out of the mainstream episode on nothing. Was the national bowling league like world. You're going to hear a story about that from your show. I mean i can't really think of who else would really do something like that argue. Why would anybody want to do that. But it's fascinating to me. I mean i you know. I didn't know about it right and i. I don't know how i discovered it but to know that there was a team based format in bowling. And frankly what that to me did was okay. Well that sounds odd but out. What's scratch the surface of that a little bit. What it did was. It opened up the door to this other sort of box about pro bowling and what it was going through. And what it was like in the late fifties early sixties and frankly the origins of the pbs the professional bowlers association which has sort of waxed and waned in opulent especially with television. I mean it was literally this national. Bowling league was in direct competition with this tour based individual centric crow. Bowlers association ultimately. Pb one out as the ada go to market in some senses. It's almost like tennis. World team tennyson seventies was one manner by which the pro game came into its own in the seventies but people don't sort of remember that there was this thing called world championship. Tennis was started by lamar hanta. There was also the beginnings of what was a tour based scenario to in the world ten association and in the women's tennis association so If golf had the same thing we haven't gotten to it yet but golf's headache club. A team centric league approaches. Well right so to me this fascinating stuff. Most people vast majority people's even sports fans don't even know that stuff and to me. That's i don't know why. But to me that just fascinating and i wanna be given given that knowledge that you have. I mean i know you say you. Don't think of yourself as an expert Even topics that up teams follow. But would you at the very despite this point. Consider yourself a sports historian. Armchair Is gonna be the description there. I i you know amateur. Whatever other adjective you wanna throw in there No i by no means i mean i studied a fair bit of history in college liberal arts and stuff i i'm fascinated by the history generally non fiction but but look i think sports.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:42 min | 2 months ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"They light it on fire. Yes i don find sugar human there and then they laid it on put it in a teaspoon or something. That's fun. I was fine. It's called green fairy. I didn't notice it made me feel any different now. Taken that out of it the opium or whatever fun was in known. That's tequila hadn't mescaline in it some alcohol i think maybe had mescaline and it may be early. Sounds mess cow misconduct. I don't. I'm not a big fan of mess cau- or hallucinating from alcohol. No i do not think. I would have been up for that but that was out of your comfort zone. Did bill lawrence go to sarah lawrence college. No he did not know. You went to william and mary college of lehman mary. That's weird feels very competing. Sarah lawrence william and mary. These are colleges named for people. I that's your lawrence was a girl school. I don't know. It sounds like because of sarah sarah lawrence college liberal arts college. Let's see who's our nudity. No there's lots of women in this pitcher. Let's see originally a woman. Oh k came coeducational and nineteen sixty eight. Nineteen sixty eight. Yes so it was a forty nine years into its infancy would be weird to say. If you're a guy can see be hard to go like. I played football for sarah. Lawrence doesn't them. i want them to. But i'm also sympathetic to those. Who are like a starting quarterback where sarah sympathetic. They chose it you think they didn't i don't know it sounds like saying it's a liberal arts college s notre dame hope not. Let's hope so. Let's hope so. What parish louisiana steven seagal sheriff in boy. This whole oh. Gosh did we find out if he oh. Please tell me did. Is he friends with putin. Look okay there. Were so many claims about him. I don't care about one really. If he's living in russia well hold on. I start first things first. Okay all right. Jefferson parish louisiana because it was a show steven seagal lawman Reality tv show jefferson parish for two decades twenty years. i've been working as an officer. In jefferson jefferson pairs for two decades under most people's radar. This is how it's on it that was in the The the beginnings of ownership down version perish for two decades on.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:23 min | 6 months ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Perfect heart back. Black darkness up. Fucking Barton Park Aluminum Burton Bus Tonight is a genius Crazy. A Russian rocket Marvin Waters Trapped bowl. Told that you cursed like a sailor is usually not a compliment that scientists who have studied swearing for decades say that about language is actually beneficial. Really? Numerous studies have found that using taboo words may be a sign of intelligence, honesty and creativity. Okay well, Although swearing has been deemed language of poverty, researchers found well educated people are better and coming up with curse words and those with a smaller vocabulary. As if people were they When well educated people don't swear or curse. I've heard that you've heard it. Profanity They just saying is also been linked to honesty and creativity. As people choose such powerful words. To express their emotions and then when doing so, in an era of The right brain is activated, which is known as the creative brain. Timothy J. Is professor Of psychology, the Massachusetts Massachusetts College Liberal arts. What do you think of liberal arts? Well, he studied swearing from worth than 40 years. The benefits of swearing is have just emerged in the last two decades as a result of a lot of research on brain and emotional and with much better technology to study brain anatomy. And he has conducted a number of studies into the artist swearing and believes that there is an evolutionary advantage to using such lingo, or we would not have evolved into it. There's been a myth that such language is the poverty vocabulary. But 2015 study J put his idea to arrest This idea to rest. I should say the word tested participants ability to generate words based on a given letter, the results show that those who formulated the most words along with animal names What Off is the most where words already that again. The results show that those who formulated the most words Based on a given letter. Along with animal names also used The most swear words. J. And his team also found taboo words positively correlated with the big Five personality traits. Neuroticism open this negativity. Correlated with agreeableness. And conscientious, conscientious business is business nous nous. Yeah, I must be a genius study in 2017 conducted an international combined international team found the profanity is typically used to express the person's genuine feelings. The team determined that those were square. Are honest at an individual level with integrity, and this is in a at a society level. Mason. This says that people that see those who swears being more honesty being more honest because truth tellers get right to the point. Do not think about what they're going to say. Look it come on. You know, I've always I don't believe this at all. But when I'm I'm no scientist. I'm not J, the scientist here. No, I'm just a talk show host. But I've always respected people like Jerry Seinfeld and people who Could be funny. Without cursing. I never really think that cursing and well, maybe in certain circumstances, I can see where a mine add to a story or whatever, but so many times. It just doesn't If you listen to like Sirius or XM, Sirius XM Radio. Some of these shows, I mean, it's just They're so base. They're just everything is Based on Ah! Blue humor, cursing. As if the cursing is making the content funnier, which really just my opinion, and it is not. But according to this research, liars, we're liars use more brainpower to formulate their stories. And are very meticulous about their word usage. Although these studies look at the abilities, it says in the actions participants other work has been pointing were swearing appears in the brain. And it does so on the right side, known as they created by even if they said, even if the FCC said, you know what No problem. No problem. You can swear I still wouldn't do it. I wouldn't do it on the air. Now. I'm not saying that I've never swear it's worn But even off the air Kendall like even if I want to do these Facebook lives like my post show get togethers on Facebook live. There are times a little glass of wine. Maybe a shot of whiskey or something on there were having a good time. We're playing records. I have no FCC regulations..

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Sure as you're sitting there. I have numerous other countries in that region there going to be signing very soon. Also, you will have peace in the Middle East. And this is without war and without losing, and I'm talking about But easing are great. Did you guys watch the town hall last night? Because I didn't. I've done enough town hall so I don't have to watch another damn town hall for the rest of my ever loving life. I paid the cost to be the boss. Hi. I'm Dana Lash. Welcome to the show. Dale LaShawn parlor. Find me on Facebook find me everywhere else. No, I didn't watch it because I was still working. If you send it for the newsletter, you get stuff on that. It's what happens when you don't have you Don't Ah, Hire companies have made manager stuff for you. So you do it all yourself. So I was working quite late, and I just didn't have time to watch it and I was already tired and I just was like I'm not because I know what I knew what it was going to be. Is anyone shocked that it was an ambush? Is anyone shot if I wanted to watch and spend my life watching that Yesterday evening. You know what I would have done. I would have gone outside and sat one of my garbage cans on fire and then just taking my laptop and live tweeted it. It's the same thing because it was a raging ambush. Dumpster fire. I think Trump would find. I think he answered the questions. Fine. I think everyone was just all geared up to see if they could throw him off or or make him stumble and some of the questioners I get it. People get off on trying to think that they can just challenge a politician and Be as rude as possible. When talking to the president of the United States. I get it. You have a fetish for it. I don't think the sicknesses of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. But I don't handle it. Well, I thought it went well, and that's all I'm going to say about that. Although we do have some clips and stuff to play, because it was just it was it was and why bring up Mattis? That was weird. But here you have the this historic event yesterday historic Let me just put this in perspective for you. I remember when I was in junior high. And I would have Ah, my girlfriends over and we would stay up late. Burning cookies and watching and TV. Back when MTV was actually music television and the music didn't suck out loud. It wasn't awful, and people could actually play their instruments and could sing without auto tune. So cyber. I know every generation says that that the next generation's music socks no. Yours truly does is awful. It's re V ahs. And anybody who like disco in the generation before mines is bad. Right back to the main topic. But I remember This horrible Horrible video. And it was one of those where everyone seems the same thing. And then they just record everybody singing the same thing. And then they piece it together. And they made a little music video I can't remember was like Yoko Ono that road or whatever. I mean, you know, good for everybody doing your artistic expression. Don't get your britches in a twist. I'm not sitting here with Reggie of your first Amendment, right? Oh, my God. The What I am saying is that it was bad, and I just heard it all summer. Every single time we turn on MTV o we are say, mean skinned piece a chance since innocuous enough, right? Like why aren't people giving peace the chance? Give us the chance. Why is no one doing that? It's like no one at any moment in human history. Thought to stop beating each other's a double snakes and go. You know what? This song raises a good point. A step blood in you right now and when we give peace a chance. See, That's the problem with the whole piece in the Middle East aspect of it because I was told growing up that there was just not peace over there. Nobody really knew why they were just It just wasn't You could have peace elsewhere. And then it's like, why are you singing it to us here in the United States? Like work. I don't seem to be warring with anyone here. Why are we not? I mean, just, you know, give we're not the ones you aren't giving peace a chance. We gave peace. So many chances River many chances. We gave peace in World War two. To the point where, like other countries were throwing shade at us because we were kind of like hesitating. Remember that? Yeah, well, you don't remember it. But you do read history because you're educated, Unlike Nat Geo, who has no idea what the hell happened with the French Revolution, and that's a later topic. But I just remember thinking it's not me. It's not giving a piece of chance will then fast forward to when I'm old enough to read newspapers that aren't censored by my teacher, and I'm actually looking at the Weber Nets, and I'm reading everything coming in and because in college, it was all like, well, Israel's kind of bad. Seriously. I went to a liberal arts college liberal arts. I mean, for crying out loud. They had a whole women's studies department. A whole studies about winning. So Later, I learned that the only people who are not giving P chants are the terrorists who won't stop lobbing rockets off the top of schools. And whenever there is, you know some kind of treaty or ceasefire or anything like that. There's just this and I don't know what it is, but like Hamas, and these and they are designated terror groups. They just have this cannot physically prevent themselves from grabbing rockets and loading them in and firing them off. It's just like, what are we going to do today? I don't know. Throw launch rockets? No, we're supposed to be giving peace a chance. What is peace? So.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on Capital Allocators

Capital Allocators

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on Capital Allocators

"Absolute had grit see to what why don't we start as I? Always love to do with your background. Had you first get interested? In the best thing? I grew up the son of teachers and the grandson and teachers, so education was really important. First real exposure to stocks was in in high school, had a math teacher, freshman and senior year great guy and he made us do the stock market game so freshman year. We thought we were really smart. We're going by the most expensive stocks possible turns out. That was Berkshire and capitalism, so I just wish I had bought them and held them, but by senior year we realized that the game was driven by percent gains, and so back then tick was. Was An eight, and so if you bought a stock trade for seventy five cents, one tick overnight would affect me one by or moved presented Gitanes, so we sort of started gaming it then, and that was the beginning I went to College Liberal Arts School Washington Lee University a long way from where I grew up in California culturally and otherwise, but from there was lucky had an alum that reached down and interviewed a couple of kids and joined Wolfensohn. Investment you take and then in the late nineties. I wanted to move from banking into investing, and there was a firm called Tau Post that was running a search and this all you probably haven't heard of them. They have about a billion dollars and. Turns out the PM gives you a call for your introductory half hour interview, and so you had a phone call Carmen. Then and ended up going up to Boston, having the most interesting three and a half hour interview of my life, and I walked out and said to my girlfriend at the time. I'm not getting this job, but man I learned more than I ever have I guess. I did well enough to get one more shot had another conversation and learn about things like Dutch auctions, and Polish holding companies and all kinds of great stuff, so I joined by post. And proceeded to spend a decade. They're effectively going from a billion dollars to twelve billion dollars, but that was a period where we started by calling European companies up and asking them to mail us. The annual report and translating English says sort of there was a window of advantage. That's very very different than there is now. But that was kind of the beginning of my investing journey, and so as you've got towards the end of that period of time. What was on your mind when you decided to leave? Seth set a great example of how to engage the community, and think about being more than just sitting at a desk and making money for yourself, and for your investors, and so I had begun reading works of emery Lavin's than others. There really had me thinking about. How does the world function with ten billion people on how to deal with kind of a more sustainable future and sat with a choice sitting, staying where I was and being able to probably give money to causes or jumping in, and so I rolled up. My sleeves left effectively in the first. First two months of two thousand eight, not knowing what was around the corner, but really feeling like the question and opportunity of figuring that out was rooted in the capital markets you needed capital markets to solve transportation and power, and these big chunky industries that were at the heart of our resource constraints, and so I began a journey of of spending all of my time working on those questions, and how did that evolve from your first step away? And what did you do at that point? So everything is incremental in terms of actually having the time to learn. How this functions the good and bad of being an investment generalists, as you know a lot about a little until you need to know a lot about something specific, and so instead of taking that framework, it was time to dive in on a whole bunch of systems in situations that I hadn't spent a lot of time thinking about I knew there were problems, but I then worked closely with a handful of profits they were always eager to engage with someone who wanted to learn more and and work with them so I. Spend time doing that and investing a bit from my own balance, sheet and diving in with a number. Number of emerging companies and startups spent four years as I put it getting smart and ultimately began to see more opportunities that weren't just interesting intellectually, or felt like they could make change, but that were compelling investments aligned with this transformation and transition, and that really started lighting up our inboxes in two thousand eleven two thousand twelve, so she circle back to that initial period of time after you left. What are the core skills that you had that transferred over when you started looking at these more nascent developing companies, the frameworks that mattered were hardest that right sort of nascent companies are tricky. That universe is all about management. Management, teams that are able to scale and grow and build something that may not be there yet kind of creative future, whereas particular investing. By the time you've gone public, the something is there and so I think part of it was learning how those people dynamics work. There are commonalities in finding inefficiency between being a devalue investor and being a venture capitalist, but the ways and methods to realizing outcomes is completely different, and so spent a bunch of time learning about the difference, and also learning about the things that I'm good at it and I'm not as good at where finding the thing that could be amazing is the opposite. Opposite of making sure you don't lose money. Right sort of venture capital portfolios in value investing portfolios have the opposite skews. I grew up learning that you'll do well if you never lose any money, and if you take that approach to venture, you definitely won't succeed. And so it came to a point in two thousand twelve, where there was about the question of what are you good at? And then also what does the world need? And it seemed at that point that you needed one of two things. You either need a deep technology and you needed scientists, and I would credit Bill Gates and the breakthrough and energy his. His venture capital firm that he started around that period time saying look, we can make these big Harry scientific bets, and they've hired some of the best scientists in the country, or you can now deploy and scale things that aren't suddenly in the money and make sense to build and grow, and just need to roll your sleeves, and do the work and figure out through structure and other things how to make the investments Pencil, and that obviously tie back to my background and what I spent my time doing. And so. You rule through a few years of doing this on your own. In that process of discovery, what you enjoy and where the skill set is, you mentioned having capital and scale. So, what point in time did you decide? That you wanted to go past, just investing and working with nonprofit on your own, that was sort of a major decision in life in many ways right going back to managing money for others is a very different undertaking than what I would call self exploration. But the process had led to finding fellow travelers and particularly had been working with the capone investment. Group which is Jeff, schools, family office and then Jeremy Grantham and his foundation, and what was clear is that none of the three of us have the scale to pursue the things that we see, and we had a high level of alignment on what the investment opportunity looked like and how best to pursue it that really catalyzed coming together and establishing vision Ridge in the way that it is now so I had to people with me in my office, but brought over the person who ran real assets a capricorn. He joined Vision Ridge, and we kind of. Of accelerated from what was then a three person team to the thirteen investment professionals and kind of fully established firm that we are today. So, what was that framework that you set upon that three entities together? Coming together would pursue, so we set up our first vehicle. We call it a sustainable asset fund, and the key aspects of how we approach the world is saying that sustainable assets or the same thing as real assets that there's sort of a fundamental architecture of infrastructure that delivers Trista delivers transportation. It gives us food and gives us our water, but the big shift that was taking place. was that this sort of a secular structural tailwind that? is going to really cause transition over time, and so our basic shirt philosophy was that you had the opportunity to buy real assets and physical tangible things that provided real principle, protection and.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

12:18 min | 1 year ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"I barely start doing probably shouldn't done it second time I was. I'm young for him. Pro that's really grown up thing you don't want to get gas in terms of classes. I take like one class. I wasn't too wasn't mature enough to pretend that could jump into someone's ass on a different universe I just wasn't there Yay clown Dick not yet but I soon I was able to really really take down. Thank God I find that center myself but but seriously though do you think that first moment where she talked you into it and you got through it and you got on the Improv thing I I think I did poorly in her friend. Her name was Tina and her friends name was Katie and Katie was on the improved right. And she's like she went to bat for you she might have and she probably helped or maybe by the way. oftentimes I'll come out of an audition. Fuck sucked in in the elevator. I'll do this if nobody's in the elevator out go over my lines over over and over again on the entirely on the on the way down from the elevator. Let's say condition and I go into the element in this is if I wasn't happy with replay it being like what no this is how I should you you know. Yeah Yeah I hear it in my head. Yeah because oftentimes also when you audition. It's the first time you're doing it with somebody. I D ever go back and go. Hey sorry I got it. This is the wasn't audition for a big thing. I did once where I did it once and I realized I wasn't I wasn't GonNa be chosen but I really wanted to be in the movies right. Hey can I get one more. I'm so sorry. Yeah and it did it again. I and I could see that their faces. They're so nice but I wasn't going to get it. Yeah one more. And he's like so nice like okay bed one more and then I was like they knew you they I think they knew of me. Okay so nobody knows me so so your second year College College went to Union College Liberal Arts School in upstate. New York in Schenectady New York. I notice it's connected. Oh Nice Yeah my My one of my roommates from college came from Schenectady. Did he go to school there no he went to school in Schenectady used to be called the electric city because Ge came there and brought an influx of money and then GE slowly sucked the money from the city and the left. But isn't it insane. They still it's still had the nickname electric city. Even though that was one of those so many great cities up in Troy Albany. Schenectady Troy is another kind of beat up city but there's Such beautiful history there and beautiful buildings. I A show in Troy in a concert hall from the eighteen. Hundreds that had sticks and it was crazy. Yeah they still had the racks racks on the back of the chairs for top hats. I Love Shit like that. It was amazing. I have a typewriter. I love using a typewriter and sending out letters. I love using things. They were back in the day. Sure take time travel. Yes yeah it really connect with it. So that when the audition for that initial improv thing was incredibly nervous but the thing that started gaining the confidence was doing doing the rehearsals and having people laugh. And that's what slowly having an audience and having someone validate right. I'm right someone that had been doing it for a little bit saying that I was funny was very very big. Deal to your group of friends so you kind of knew you could land this shit right. Yeah but you know how many of us are fucking funny to our group knowing a wonder a Yes some people problems. Sure I feel like you to like and I'm I'm pretty easily annoyed but for some reason you don't annoy me but I think you could be annoying. Okay you know just like depends who you are like for some reason like get like there's people who are very funny and you're very quick and but there's a there's a confidence there that would generally get under my skin but it doesn't. I'm happy about that because I feel like I'm not maybe I think there's a fundamental thing in there. I don't know if it's Ju- The thing I think it's like you may be confident. But you're still neurotic. Yes Vo very much confidently neurotic. Do you know what also I find. Very helpful is I it was a psych anthro. Major I didn't think I was GonNa do this so I didn't like the first time I started said that twice. You didn't think you're really did you. But what did you think you were going to do with the psych anthro major. You're absolutely correct. I don't even know what my we're going to do this. I'm sorry to interrupt you but you're GonNa say you didn't think you were going to do this. I didn't think I was going to do this. Oh I didn't think I was going to do this. My my whole background didn't involve researching movies or TV or comedy side like got my education or whatever version of that education was so when I came into acting later it it was like so fresh and new and all that stuff and I came in with the experience of being a those things in researching those things. What the psych and Anthony? I met a bunch of people people and I've met people who've been acting since they've been like five and their incredible But then people have been accidents five and they have a different kind of flow to them because their life has been consumed by entertainment retainment. That's true and I think that it's like a fairly. I mean there are people that love things like I love movies and stuff but like there's a generation younger than me that you like. Your you guys are younger where you actually the information about show business had broken open enough that the process of getting into it was fairly. You know well documented documented for when I was a kid thirteen or fourteen and the first season of. SNL was on it was just. There was no way for me sitting in my living room. Staying up too late. Could even even figure out how one gets there of course but over time because of like access and you know the the breaking open of media in general there are people that are like studied. We did I knew how he got in. I knew this guy got in the whole system and you know I. There was a path that I could at least try to take. Yes that that that seemed to. It's possible I think so. I think also the thing that came out I when I was coming up youtube just came out of college humor all these things so I also none of that. We had known that we have stations nations and and comedy clubs. Yup there was no outlet for you to be seen by more than like when we do Improv shows for at the beginning. Nobody the only the people that would know us the people that came to that Improv show but then slowly I saw that things on the Internet so you had to. I had to learn how to make videos and who to hook up with. I Work I. That is one thing that I've because my parents worked hard every single day. So right but you've worked in a way that you served your talents. You didn't just sort of spin. Yes but I also did anything anything I could so like. There was a freelance job at toy fair magazine so I wrote for anybody that would let me right. I freelance exactly. It's a magazine that would highlight toys. That are coming out or wizard which I was probably twenty one. Let's go back to real quick. So anthro and psychology now. These like like you majored in anthropology undergraduate degree. I did a dual major. It's called an interdepartmental major sawas anthro okay. And was that a common thing. You'd you decided that I you know what you did it. I found in college that I would just keep taking classes with teachers. I liked and the teachers were in psychology. I did that too. And then you kind of cobbled together a major. That's literally sitting going like when I can. I can have a film studies minor Yup through the art history department with one other class. Fuck great because who knows what they're going to do who in college I had no idea I mean most people just wasted time but I think some people I mean I think given like you brought up some really to me if you have supportive. Parents parents want you to learn like there's a certain premium put on education. Certainly would jus. It's just a traditional thing. You better be smart when they come to get us. You can fit in some technique for sure for sure about that. I'm necessary or else through there. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA great down. Yes have skills that quickly. That's that's right that's right. Yeah where did you can't. They'll they'll just put you in. The ground was not even a thing to debate. There was it was always gonNA talmudical thing I it is like it is always well. Yeah but All right so but like I was encouraged. Do whatever I in some ways. I wish I had more focused but I did appreciate the General Liberal Liberal Arts Education Yep but what were you like anthropology to me like I could. I think that would be very interesting. I mean what was. I think you'd love it by the way so for my senior thesis. This George Donaldson Sharon Komo anthropology. Teachers talk name name and they they every year they would do a term abroad. I never left if the country. My parents don't really would go abroad. That's exactly correct and we can do that. fucking crackle series too if you want. But it's so we went to Ireland. I never have been any of it. I I've been there three times. I love the fuck is with us. Man where did you stay dude. I've been obsessed with Ireland for year. It's gorge and I I know but like if fuel it deeply and I'm like I'm not Irish Maju wisest happen. Yeah but they're heavy. Hearted people the reflective poetic people. And they take in some shit it but we just went The person downstairs in myself the wonderful personnel. She's the best best director lady. She's so We went to kilkenny okay so out out of nowhere. What compelled you to go to work compelled? I love it a lot the exorcist and if you can use any like word of the day Shit you have please compels grip compelled you to go to Ireland awesome. It's because my one my favorite teacher George which was doing a Melges Yep then I could do my senior thesis year early. He said he'd duty early. He says what your thesis and and we came up that Sports as a microcosm of society because over there they have hurling and Gaelic football and they all do amateur. They don't get paid realistic football. Yeah I believe I believe that's what's going okay. Hurling was the big one that I did hurling almost at field hockey stay. Yeah Yeah exactly. Or you hit it. The fastest strongman. Dan Games where they throw the lumber. What is that you know where they're running history? Yeah Yeah I've been sold schools Viking bear. I think it was a fast but I I I interviewed sixty amateur Irish athletes because and then interviewed athletes here and so the difference was in culture and stuff like that. What did you find? I've found that there. They do it for like the true love of what it is because they don't get paid they're kind of like heroes but they all have real jobs. Yeah and here you. There's two things about what here going through big decision. If you talk the professionals yeah it seems that they lose the love a little bit right. Yeah but also the there's a huge social aspect. When I was in Ireland I joined a saint? Thank Saint Patrick's Cathedral basketball team. Because I wanted to immerse myself in it whatever I was the only Jewish person ever in Ireland yes and no joke a draws merger ever in Ireland in in the Basketball League here and no joke a kid came up to me not being trying to be mean. Of course we would take him in and asked if I had horns felt your head. No no I know I've had. I never had had that before until that and I was like. Oh anti-semitism is I've been my dad also said when we're picking colleges. He's like you know he'd been in a lot of cities that are predominantly Julia. Just so you know like you know when you go to of these other places but keep a low profile yes people smoke at halftime. People would have pints right after anytime we played. We'd go to a bar pints like we all talk and then in America oftentimes when I play basketball people you go you work out and you. That's it people and I thought it's such a cultural social fun thing thing there and here oftentimes it's to get a sweat is to work out to deceive people for like an hour and then it also. Yeah why a lot of stuff in America has become more about self realization. The group realization or community realization seems like the momentum is around you know self embracing the self. Yeah I what do I you know the team thing. Is You know. It's kind of falling to the wayside with ambition in the culture of Narcissism and social social media and whatnot. I think that's why I xe much with Improv. Because it's team yes I I could get that. Yeah I I mean. I've I've learned to work with people I mean you have have to. SORTA trust was mostly improvised. No all improvised. Yes so you and you were working with John Bass most your stuff. No yeah me. I've done I've done three. I did three seasons of Swan. Burg's easy I mean I I yeah I can do that thing. It's in my wheelhouse and it's real. I improvised it's where it's it but even on sort of trust. I you know the issue was like I don't come from improvising. So I'm not going to. You can't give me a hat and I become a guy you know what I mean. It's sort of like now. I'm going to repeal Eh. Was this guy. I'd love to meet him. Name his name Mr Habibie all dude. I'm sure I could do it. You do. It's it's not my thing so now I'm working with Michaela and John Tell us in their brew..

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:54 min | 2 years ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Based public policy institute, fighting poverty, and restoring dignity through message of faith freedom and personal responsibility that responsibility. Hey, high star. How are you? Yeah. The responsibility, you know. Okay. So they don't show up in court nothing happened. I just we got a ticket for being on my cell phone. No. Oh, wait, wait. It gets worse to just pay it and say, well, all the time, I didn't get caught on my cell phone driving in my car. But instead, they're forced me to go to court. I go show up do you think I should go? Maybe go. Do they know who you are? Are you a targeted possibly? All my cellphone, the guy saw me any, so you're they won't let you pay it. This is like a first time infraction. Oh, you've never gotten a ticket from no, they don't unless it's a unique situation. Maybe your callers let you know if everybody has to go court. You have you got a ticket for being on your phone? There's no fine. There's a go to court and find that is that DC Virginia or where was it there? It's happening. I know you're coastal, okay? That's where. Dr. Too bad. Dr. I can go to LA. So you're saying that now they're saying that record number ninety percent. I heard you say, don't show up with their court dates during if I just don't show up for my court date. What, what should I just pretend I'm a legal and I guess, work? Well, that's very interesting. We keep hearing to the courts are clogged the reason that they can combat the but they're gonna make you go to court to defend you're talking on a cell phone. Now, of course, I would never talk at a cell phone while driving your honor. Well, I have a hands free device. The person that. Speaker carpet, couldn't hear me and it's just like he was older. Good here. Murderers, rapists run free. They're monitoring star Parker's use of the cellphone, when you're doing the nation in the Lord's worker at the same time. So let's talk more about what you're working right now, this is linked over at information that poor people's campaign dot org. This. This is thing that you're working on debunking, and exposing what's up with us because. Yeah, people poor people wanna help poor people. Well, I would really wanna be bunker, exposed that they're starting to grow and around the country. Now, they're descending on Washington DC next week. So they have the attention of the policy makers, including the congress. So now we have to try to at least come up with statement against them before it gets out of control and they start stomping down, like two year olds and trying to counter that because of misinformed damn misinformation. Well what it is. Exactly new campaign of an old idea from Dr Martin Luther King junior, we prior to when he was assassinated that they thought, well, now we should develop at this poor people's campaign to really help those that are suffering result of Jim crow, but fast for fifty years, we've have a war, poverty, we put down a lot of initiatives and try many things to try to alleviate poverty, if you will. And none of them have worked the welfare state now is about twenty two trillion dollars invested in the war on poverty about nine hundred billion a year. It's a, it's a quarter of our annual budget in as a country in over about four trillion dollar economy, animals trillion of been these anti-poverty programs spread out over every place. You can imagine Indy, thanks to the president. He's streamlining and trying to find all of it so that we can stamp it out and drain it. But, but this poor people's campaign they've been going around the country for the last couple years. Try. Trying to instigate trouble on these issues. They call party issues. Of course, they have even environmental stuff in there. All the LGBTQ up in there and everything else, but is about Harvey. And now after a few years of making a lot of noise and local communities across the country getting arrested every place. Now, it's growing to where a couple thousand or going to descend Washington next week. So we want to address it and, and make sure that people understand that the answer. The poverty is creed them impersonal spots ability, it's not an expansion of a welfare. Well, you know that firsthand. So anytime you get up there star Parker unit start brokers the head of Senator Ferber, new litigation star perk dot com. But when you tell your story it boggles minds of these so-called political experts can't refute that, but at the same time, these people know they're looking at optics, and they don't wanna seem like they're insensitive. So if you have something called the what is it again? The poor people's campaign. Yeah. That comes in there and, and there's a whole lot of same old, same old. They don't wanna look like they're against that because they'd be against the poor. Well, that's. The congressional caucuses instigated and beating them to Washington to get some type of hearing to make them the next baton carriers of, of revenue shock, then I suppose, and they're very aggressive and, and, and it is the same Ritter. It's the same thing that we've heard over and over again that America's stacked against those that are poor that the judicial judicial system stacked against the poor that the systemic racism is in voter and voters suppression is within every community and just list, as long snap needs to be expanded that Medicaid needs to be forced on every state, etc. Etc. But this time come into DC, they're getting a platform, and one of the things that we're thinking about is conservatives should be thinking about is this aspect of their campaign, that calls Christianity national, they call it Christian nationalism. So what they're trying to do is undermine that you Christian heritage of the country by. Bed in western colonialism, if you will. And so those are the things that if left unchecked, this whole social Justice movement, if left unchecked, it doesn't take root, and then and then at dinner millennials, and then it's because we have not melted, a campaign against also there on the university campuses. It's just as frequent as running water and how tell me how you got banned recently from from a Christian university. I mean good. Good grief and good Lord capital. I've known you for what twenty five plus years. This is the most absurd thing what happened here. Well, I had to speak into it because they said they went on the internet about that. I just wasn't acceptable to come to college because of too radical. And I was gonna leave it alone 'cause they're private Christian. Wait a minute. Really which, which university we talking about here star one insane Paul, the Northwestern University north west hall is a Christian one, and they are a small college liberal arts college, but they, but they tried to ban, the little, yes club. One of the young arcusfoundation student. Yeah. Young America's foundation dot org. So one of the Christmas students decided, you know what I came to this college to support my Christian worldview, you know, she came from a Christian conservative home, and when she didn't find it there. She decided open a chapter. Yeah. So they can have the discussion of the cultural war, and different things that everybody is talking about the kitchen, table and Christians of all should be talking about these things. Well, they approved the club, but they didn't approve me did get out of control outta hand stachel story in for people like you know, I already have the left breathing down that I'm a hater and on all the label that goes on. So the door shut for you. So Christian start doing it. The next on pushed out of the public swear. So that's why fought back. I don't want to be pushed out of the public square discussions, but that must be had in our society, and I'm going to lead them in the spaces that I can whether and because we're instances hurting me even on this people poor people campaign come into DC because of I'm considered police. It's hard to get hearing in front of the congress on why they should not consider these demands of this hardcore left wing organization, look at the list that you think test list, or indivisible this long, and, and radical and extreme you look at this list for people campaign, and they've got some everybody that's American domestic terrorists. They are and well supported by the same over the rest of this going on our country may wanna see more. What's going on, and understand the rest of the story? Go to star Parker's website as star, Parker dot com. Thanks star. Appreciate it. Stay safe. And, and let me know works out in court. Your seal on clog. Up the courts with your cellphone a hand held cellphone citation now, based on what you reported that you don't have to show up. What you're talking about back there. You could see what just give us a full report takes their star. Parker dot com. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news, apparently Biden's going to be speaking sometime in the next hour to after criticism from Trump. And we have more of the Trump impromptu press conference out on the south lawn. The White House moments ago, coming up in, in, in bite size nuggets your AM seven sixty talk and breaking news, San Diego aerospace, museum, and Balboa park is the place to go. Well to get out of the heat for one thing. 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"college liberal arts" Discussed on The View

The View

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on The View

"Bye. So let's pick up a little bit where we left off. First of all, when you were here one time you came here and you said he's going to win just like you're saying today, but you were on this show saying something like that said he was gonna win, Michigan, Wisconsin, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. And didn't you say in the movie that was like two votes in each state of Michigan? A Hilary lost by only two votes per precinct too. That's that's it. It's all it would've taken if people come out. Also the Democratic Party had recognized that we still have this vestige from the slave. Here we created the electoral college to appease the slave states to get them to join the company we, but they didn't pay attention to that. And in part of it is because you know, liberals, you know, they, they go to college liberal arts education. They're very good at math. None of us are really right. He just done the math and thought about this. We could. We could have won those states. She only lost by seventy seven thousand votes crossed out of a nation of three hundred twenty five million come on electoral college will never get gone. We won't be gone by the next needed. They would need an amendment to get rid of it when they, yes, but there's also called the national popular vote where number of states have passed a law now saying that our state's electors go to ever wins the popular vote across the whole country. And that's a great idea. One of those states behind that long, do you call him the last president? That's ominous. Everything he says is against democracy. He's he does not respect the rule of law. We are. We are in deep, deep danger here, you know, democracy is not just a given. It's not a permanent thing, like your soul. It's it's, it's, it's, it's a very tenuous thing and it can go. And we've seen throughout history. It can go just like that. But I don't talk about about the twenty twenty election. The election. The only election that matters whether or not we're going to keep this country the way that we want it is though vendor six right now in fifty three. That's it. I believe it's very possible that there could be a soon NAMI of voters showing up making this the largest mid-term election ever. And I think that women are going to go to the polls in such large numbers. I would the film is fantastic. And what I was struck by as you said the third party or the hundred million voters didn't show up largest political the one hundred million non voters and on voters, and it also film you drove parallels to the rise of Trump with the rise of Hitler in nineteen thirty Germany, wrong going too far. No, it's it's. I read a book back in the eighties called friendly fascism and and he grows said the fascism of the twenty first century will not come with concentration camps and swastikas. It will come with a TV show and a smiley face that that in the next century, there won't be a lot of bullets fired when those who believe in autocracy who wanna dicta to'real style of management, which by the way, let's just. Give Trump has do. He's a CEO and billionaire. I don't. I don't know any CEO that runs their business like a democracy there. They're not big fans of democracy and they believe me the billionaires hate the fact that it's still one person. One vote because there's a whole lot more of us than there are of them. That's really got a scare the crap out of them on some level when so that's why they have to put all that money in by-elections do the things they do. It's it's. The point in the movie that Hitler only actually had thirty percent of the vote to, yes, he warned he won the liberal party's, got the got the popular vote, but he got he got the most votes and became the leader at that point. The point I want to make about the difference between us in Germany of the thirties, please understand the Germany then was one of the smartest countries on our..

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Their engineering programs tesla is partnering with Nevada schools on advanced manufacturing. Curriculum and fisheries in Louisiana they have created, courses for students to train for jobs in sustainability so this renewed popularity of so-called career education. Marxist shift away from the idea that everybody's supposed. To go to college liberal arts education nationally the number of. High school kids concentrating in. This, these, careers has, risen twenty two percent over the past decade I think that's just terrific, now I you know I like everybody. Up, following what's going on in. California with these fires. But apparently among other things like, this The station, that it's Rica wrecking or it's working nobody knows exactly how to pronounce. That at this early in the morning what apparently it's. Hurting, the wind energy, business, out there to believe it or not it is it is wreaking havoc there thank you smoke blowing from the fires is dimming output from solar farms I. Shouldn't say it's wreaking havoc. But they are saying they're seeing a dip in production for solar especially they. Operate more, than two gigawatts, of solar, farms in the state that's equivalent to about two. Nuclear reactors they say they have seen production. Dip it installations near the fires now they say the slumps been minimal at. This point something quivalent to a cloud passing over the sun but. It's still impact this is smoke people in, this thick enough that it's showing up in solar production it's amazing I mean it really is. And I drove by my favorite gas station this. Morning and the price of a gallon of gasoline here is. Two dollars and sixty two. Cents, which, is fairly, low here compared to the last month and a half but I guess, oil prices are are heading down down Down, in Turkey may be the reason. Why Turkey is one reason yeah economic strife there sparked, concerns about you know emerging markets and the global, economic health but also. OPEC published its monthly report and that shows the group's output increased in July and. Baker Hughes. Reports the, number of working, oil rigs here in the US rose by ten last week to the highest level since March of. Twenty fifteen so oil is out there and, oil this morning is down about four tenths percent twenty eight cents a. Barrel to sixty seven dollars thirty six cents a barrel You know I think if I did offer myself on an IPO the street would say bye bye bye I would say that how would. They. Spell. That For Monday you're. On it I like it Futures this morning of. Just turned IRA SNP up a quarter. Point NASDAQ of twelve from the Bloomberg newsroom I'm. Patrice Sikora on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"For the love of and the privilege of one's own above others cannot be wished away or legislated away he's talking about have increasingly among the left is a feeling that borders are immoral there should be a free flow of people to go anywhere they want on the planet doesn't surprise me and and and he started knitting it he's a he's a lefty guy he said he said he says the human nature though is to love and and take care of your own over the other in other words your own tribe actually caused them tribes and he goes you're not gonna be able to wish that desire away because as part of human nature you're not gonna be legislated away it's part of human nature people in america are going to want to care for and protect americans i and illegal immigrants is down the list and that's true of every country and every people every nationality ethnicity tribe however you want to describe a group of people with a common background common interests common culture they want to enjoy their culture that's what part of being humanise you connect with the people like you and it doesn't mean you abuser discriminate against others but it does mean that you want your culture your way of life respected and that you don't want changes forced on you which are detrimental to what you wanna love and protect about this is the problem in germany right now with uproar over the chancellor and the million people that have come in they think it's kind of changing what what the country looks like an axe like germany is a great example i'm glad it happened they let it a million migrants it's caused complete chaos the government is now going to collapse and you've got eighty six percent of the country saying and this so that's always going to be the result so these leftists with their silly theories that they got in their college liberal arts programs have are going to have to accept this one day there because this is the reality of human nature just let people be don't force things complete rundown on the latest stories concerning the homeless and by the way we're still.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"They want to have a migrant camp or at least have open borders they have control of the media they don't have control of the majority of americans see that's the thing we're living in a skewed world it's like a hassle mirrors what you see on television is not what most people are thinking it's not their value system that's the value system of far left wing producers and reporters or writers in the newspapers far left wing people are by definition not mainstream not regular middle class suburban people and so they have a skewed view of the world and what they project in their writings and their broadcasts is the way they think the world should be the rest of us are living in the world as it is and we don't like what we're seeing and so it's it's better not even to watch a lot of this coverage because it is pure incendiary hysterical propaganda from people who've been brainwashed from their college liberal arts programs to believe in this world citizen nonsense well it's like the mexican president you know he's preaching this this new mexican president that we're going to get who said it's a human right everyone on the north american continent has a human rights to come to the usa that's what he's shouting about ed these leftists you know at cnn believe it that's that's what they think it's a human rights for everybody to come where the riches are so that's that and that's been drilled into them in high school and college now there's been a slow process beneath the surface that i think a lot of people weren't aware of but there is heavy propaganda going on in high schools and colleges and a lot of the younger people absorb this for many years and believe it and they haven't at yet that that's why over forty people are saying no because you have to live a while i poohpoohed older voters a lot of people do zolt people it's like no they have more wisdom and they have more knowledge they've gone through a lot of experience plus over forty is not old over forty or seventy or eighty yeah yeah but but but the older you are the more experience you have the more nology have more wisdom you have somebody who's twenty five who just came out of the ten years of propaganda you don't know poop right when we come back trump fights back today what he did was he trotted out the angel families who are the angel families to illegal immigrants people who shouldn't be in the country and because they were thanks to a circumstances of open borders they took the lives of their family members more coming up john and ken show kfi debra mark has news man in kansas has been charged with the shooting deaths of two sheriff's deputies in kansas city the man allegedly overpowered the deputies last week as they were taking him from jail to a courthouse one deputy was killed immediately the other died at the hospital state health officials in new york state employees at the belmont racetrack died from a rare virus found in rodent droppings the employee was found unconscious ju i out side the backstretch housing unit with a person live they say he died later at the hospital l a civic leader john mack has died he was president of the l a urban league from nineteen sixty nine until retiring in two thousand five that same year he was named president of the board of the lapd police commission mac died last night in la he was eighty one we'll check the ten next it's spring it's getting warmer and pretty soon your air additional is going to start clicking on and we all know what that's going to do to.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on Here & Now

"And are some of the best and largest schools in the country are involved yale johns hopkins and many of the university of california campuses they're goal in rural fifty thousand more of these students by twenty twentyfive often if you're a first generation family no one's gone to college you're thinking that it's just not for you that's rebecca blank the chancellor of the university of wisconsin madison in february the school started offering free tuition for instate students with family incomes below fifty six thousand dollars it's partly money but it's also just really making clear that we are affordable to low income and moderate income families social says michigan is doing it to free tuition if your family makes less than sixty five thousand dollars the families in my state or below that level and to me attracting students from that part of the socioeconomic spectrum is part of diversity on campus doing this in partnership with other schools guess them talking sharing information what works wchs and what's backfired we'll learn the most effective things and the most impactful things on an ongoing basis from each other that's michael drake the president of the higher state university he got a great idea for michigan to follow up on recruitment letters and emails with phone calls and invitations to visit campus that seem to be very effective and more effective than just sending a letter so issue is trying it out we hope to help by sharing information and success stories as well as failures that's betty martin the president of amherst college liberal arts school in massachusetts because of their small size and large endowment they've been able to lead the way in serving low income students maybe the most important thing we're doing is trying to identify what i call opportunity gaps so it's not just paying for tuition it's funding unpaid internships or travel with professors she says amherst and all these other schools they have a lot of rethinking to do i think the institutions have to.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on KGO 810

"And then there's a slum in the caption is hard times create strong people strong people create good times good times create week people week people create hard times such is the cycle of civilizations i don't you know used to bother me more than a dozen now i think it's just a reality the ambitious sing it's one of those like like gravity now what do you mean matic gravity i think he could minimize the damage so it's worth you know trying to stand up for principle one and you know save souls when you can in all but yeah we're an affluent society were obsessed with our feelings were not minding the store and you know for instance were were spending the under means by trillions of dollars in settling our children with the debt and the interest which is an obscenity i mentioned earlier we spend twice as much on phnom on interest on the debt as we do on veterans benefits which has effing inexcusable but yasser get this china runs these confucius institutes chinese governmentfunded educational institutions that teach and this autumn to quotes would teach chinese language culture and history they confucius institute would quote helps students be better equipped to succeed in an increasingly globalised world says nancy guitars university of north carolina charlotte's dean of college liberal arts and sciences blah blah blah and it would quote broadening universities outreach and support for language instruction and cultural opportunities in the charlotte community all of which is true these confucius institutes gave you a bunch of teachers a boatload of money and a continuing commitment to give you a bunch of money to fund them and then they teach all sorts of china stuff for your university his any decent university these days has a but moved branch of.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on Very Bad Words

Very Bad Words

02:29 min | 4 years ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on Very Bad Words

"Though laugh study we did we found this with one in two year old route really as soon as the kids could talk in daycare settings when they were away from their parents now we heard the anthony s word linguist and cognitive psychologist dr timothy j i m professor timothy j in the department of psychology at massachusetts college liberal arts and i may scholar of the science of swearing at think there's plenty of evidence that before kids go out to score these preschoolers they probably have a macabbi larry of 30 or 40 kabir words so these kids are learning language at the rate of nine word that day and they're like level language back him cleaners and any time they hear emotional language they are attracted to it so it's i'd that we maintain this bale of chastity with with regard to language that we're actually protecting children when they already most kids already know these words certainly by the time they're in grade school they know what these words are so what we're protecting them from his is kind of a mystery so according to doctor j kitt learn to use bad language eto really young age but why what's the purpose of it when you watch children express anger my preschool children infant expressed their anger in very physical ways you send your two and three year old drafted daycare and they come back with scratches on their faces and bite marks net pretty common way to express anger when you're two or three years old and then as you learn more language and you learn a little better ways to cope you start using language to express your anger so mommy i hate you things you know things like the hat or g or using swear words that you're not supposed youth so can't make the connection between whatever the you know whenever the arbitrary word is when they're angry that they used their mom uses are their siblings use of that to the powerful word i mean that's the one thing kids are going to learn when they see the other people swears ike wow that's a powerful word and you can attack at away or when you need it you know like normal ammunition.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Now you know so much about max so i thought of defined further review when i started although trains is all that i drafted i'd rather be really cool since suffer sightings shows so we give our low listeners a mini max brito's interview hole while he is this like a birthday present i will be interviewing you guys were in on this max but at the loss so maximiliano i actually not bad at all then i can't that i hold on but at those than a as your name that's correct i say that i think dad had a couple of when he was can we repeat that maximiliano battle then i can't that leghold lay on but it does today is online are you may run out of characters on twitter but go ahead and tweet that out there you guys already know me a lot that i that i so hey out bid has gone through on my first middle name i looked for him on on on in the internet and apparently did nothing easy you just like don quixote did nothing we carry on i so what were you also pointed or he bore i was born in oberlin ohio in ohio over how it's a where one mother was going to school uh overling college liberal arts school for dance music your parent eric but go lots actors went their parents are goes inning credibly smart people yeah yeah hey it's skip the generators design of cuban exiles right yes my parents came over on the battle plan plane lift when they were kids so they made a huge sacrifice to come over to this country they got separated from their parents in cuba i can only man i can't imagine what that was like that was pretty crazy wow so they had to fend for themselves in the states and they didn't eventually went to get to university and get educated and my mom's going to school and that's rows popped out so you're pensions gonul hiault at three popped out put you actually have a pretty crazy upbringing what you've lived in australia.

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"college liberal arts" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"college liberal arts" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Fanta i have four times but it was he when i was just assault proprietor and received w twos and ten and united seems like the irs had a real hard time with that did i guess at the red flag these self employed disorganized person this was in a lotta people were does manage it i am not disorganized i am i really i keep bomber receipts in a bucket i you do all god i make you yeah i i hate that part of being a young comic and having to do when people tell you what you gotta do you keep more my why in like i do like a week of below just kinda drifted into a bag of things and then to survive fucking frog georgia's picking number single and they come after me and that i have i'm doing a commencement speech my alma mater you are at the university of minnesota college liberal arts and i just want to talk about money with it like that's all i wanted to which is so awful but then i was like that that is the one very important thing that has been about work is an much can pay me when once it can happen in the name of the speech that schools good school i i hope so i mean us i wanna say that it is because of course how how us would they rigorous i graduated from there yeah i took six years to graduate from different universities were to beats beats college than what university of and bruins scotland from becoming scottish near other in the degree was unavailable it was a winner joined to them i want to become scott.

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