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"florida university florida" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:22 min | Last month

"florida university florida" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Creeping into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense, and that's what you're gonna get out of. Great look was that with without Chris Got one as well. Yesterday did not play, so we go back to no weak one. Everybody wants to jump on Tom Brady for throwing those two aunties. Bruce Arian comes on. He says. A couple of things just take it easy. Take it easy. Let Tom will work it out. Well, he wasn't flawless yesterday, but he certainly looked like okay. I'm starting starting to get it. Get it going. This is a marathon, not a sprint. Indeed, In the words of another great quarterback that's playing these days are l a X and you sort of mentioned with Bruce Arians had said I was a little surprised to see what we saw in week one in New Orleans. They didn't give us anything or show us anything. We weren't expecting. Tom was a little rusty Tom put an end to all of the divisiveness. Whatever media device of Mr was by essentially saying him and Dan Orlovsky didn't give love Tio Aaron Rodgers for M V P. Over Josh. You're still talking about that. We're going to talk about that in just a little bit because a lot of our callers are hot on that. I want to remind you if you've got anything you want to talk about. Hit us up 88 say ESPN 88 72937762 don't have to, And I gotta wear a sweater. If you want me to pick another quarterback, go make another one for you. If you want to take another hit us up a today say ESPN 887293776 your thoughts on anything. Oh, quick. Brady's thoughts on what was different this Sunday versus the previous one. Execution was a little bit better. I think we still are a long way from where we need to be so It was with the ability to make plays. I think consistency dependability are going to be things that we really need so Um, I gotta get back to work and the clock's ticking on next week, so Gonna give folks on next week's game and try to be a lot better next week. They will be in Denver next week. How about this quarterback matchup is the Gulf ever been bigger between two quarterbacks likely be Tom Brady and Jeff Driskel Key next Sunday. If you play well, though, he did. Well, that's a good point. Just go knockem. So many lives. Man coming from Florida University, Florida seemed like he had played in, like three different colleges and He's been around for. Wow. No question. We'll see what he could do. And obviously the Denver defense won't have on. That's next for T B 12. Next for us calls your calls 887293776 easier 88 say, ESPN Trevor to the Jets. If that happens, what happens to Sam Darnold and is Josh Alan, really a legit M v P. Kennedy will go all around the league KFC East Next after J has this from odor eaters. Well, no key shot has is giving the kids OK, No hold on one second front foot odor torn you off. You're gay Stick to a winning game plan with odor eaters featuring three advanced soldering wetness fathers. The lineup provides long lasting odor control was more to keep your feet on, OK? Odor eaters via powder provides outstanding, more secure control. Clear. Dry spray is the M V P and preventing athletes foot while insoles work continuously to manage witness while adding a layer of concrete pick up today at Wal Mart Target CVS Dollar General. Other five retailers, odor eaters destroyed foot and odor that's holding defense. Good thing at the top man. Note. Download the draft kings have today in use code K..

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"florida university florida" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

05:24 min | 2 months ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on WEEI

"Want to ask you one or two quick questions. I have a guest here, Cam, But I want Teo really quickly. The Raptor just humiliated the Nets today. That thing's over. They should cancel that game on the weekend. They should cancel for Brooklyn forfeit. Hey, how we doing? Raptor going for the first sweet there, Scotty. This team's doing it all Van fleet with the magical shot Seaq. Um he's just a beast. He's unstoppable. No, this team came to play. If you look at teams in the bubble member of these guys went to North Florida University, Florida Gulf Coast earlier work out they haven't been screwing around. You don't hear stories about these guys that it's like business business and ball all the time in the well coach with Nick Ners. I think they're going to take care of business I don't want the spread is going to be game for what is it? Raptor 21 will probably cover I mean, I'm believable and real quickly. Do you believe that after repetitive incidents that Mike Milbury will finally get fired from doing hockey on NBC with his latest ran about women? I mean, this is the third time he stopped bad about women over the years, and they just keep letting him get away with it This time, he said. There's no women around to distract anybody are finally going to get rid of this guy with his big mouth. Not even his worst comment, But I have more problems with some of the other things he's done before, Scotty even before, remember. Hey, the space needle looks beautiful. Hey, door knob. You're in Toronto. It's not Seattle. Next. What else do you like? Are you kidding me? The guy does a five overtime game. I don't want to get out of here like Are you kidding me like this is the thing man like if you don't If you don't love your job and passion of a five overtime game, get out of there, but the game has passed him by. He's an old analyst. You know, it's it is time for him to leave. We need some other people in there. Mike Milbury's had a good gig for a long time, Scottie, But I'm with you. It's To move on. Uh, the NHL is condemned his comments. I mean, this is just time after time after time after time, I couldn't tell you if I do it, I've said things I've been let go 20 times. Every time I open my mouth, I get fired for something I say. But these guys keep their jobs. It's unbelievable to me and Tom Brennaman is going to keep his job to watch because everybody feels sorry for Tom Tom. So sorry. He's He's a man of faith that he loves God, I got him in a pew. Alright Camel. Christopher Price. Ah, Boston Glove comes in now I believe on coast because how I dress Good, Scotty. How you doing, buddy? It's great to see. Ah, sorry for the delay. I just want to get right into it with you. The Bruins. I want to start with them, frankly and without Rast. What is the truth of what happened? Is there a problem with his daughter? I heard some story about that His daughter was ill or something, and it wasn't about him. Quitting on his teammates are not enjoying the bubble and the and the playoff games didn't seem like playoff games to him once the truth behind to grasp it's a family issue right now, and this is something that's been brewing up here for a long time. You know that the comments. It's stuff to separate the initial comments about Playoff atmosphere or lack of playoff atmosphere in a bubble with what he did, but you do need to separate the two. We're talking about two different things. This is a family situation with him. The Bruins remain behind him, but it's going to be interesting to see if his impact his relationship with the team. Moving forward into 2021. I don't think that's going to be the case, but I think a lot of it, you know, could have something to do with how well Alak performs. You're in the post season. This is a guy really hasn't had a whole lot of postseason experience over the course of his career, especially high level pussies experiences the number one goaltender if he comes out, and he put together a really impressive post season. Again. I'm going to be fascinating to see how all of this plays out for the Bruins. Raskin Alak moving forward. Chrissy. You worry about their chances with him in that against a team in Tampa that I just talked to can Vanik O before you prior to this interview about how they got that monkey off their back of their failures of being swept last year, when they were the best team in the league. Now they're playing like the best team in the league, and they are firing on all cylinders. Even against Carver solid they, I mean, they must have a million shots on goal. They should have won that Siri's sooner, But now that they're done with them, they're coming into Boston against a guy that I don't believe can handle That kind of pressure the way Rask Ann I think with the Bruins now are looking at is a very small margin for error. I think some of the things broke their way. Even with Rask leaving in the middle of that Siri's. Some of the things broke their way. They got a good stories out of a locked. They got some injuries on the other side With Carolina. They played well. Trees personally escorted very big goal with a very important time. This Siri's the margin for starts to shrink a little bit again. You're talking about a guy in a lock doesn't have a whole lot of playoff experience a lot of big time playoff experience. But one thing the Bruins snapped the one thing but one big thing that the Bruins are going to be hoping for. They're gonna get back David Pasternack. They didn't have pasta. For most of that first round series. They get him back. That's a big boost for them. But look bottom line for this team. We see every single year. It's going to be the goaltending and this team is really going to Goa Sfar as a lot Ah, great points, CREss and I and well, but I gotta tell you, they had a lot of heat on super talented hockey players on the Bruins. I think they'll be in the Siri's..

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"florida university florida" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

06:56 min | 3 months ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Now the petition has garnered more than 700 signatures and a four day span said after repeated community efforts over decades to change the original time Toms River High School fighting Indians mascot school officials instead retained it while also creating two additional native American inspired mascots at middle and elementary school district. Why don't you do this? What's the problem? Ah! Is there a problem? Not immediately cleared in New Jersey, one on 1.5 on Wednesday. Just win the Seminoles and Warriors mascots were adopted by the respective schools. I don't think these mascots when they were adopted, were adopted. Out of prejudice. I don't think they were adopted out of racism. I know the Redskins. The Washington Redskins were created because the team was moving. The baseball team was moving to Fenway Park and the Redskins owner in Washington wanted to. Ah, Keep the Ah Native American mystique. So he chooses the name Redskins. There are a lot of groups that supported Redskins. Their groups don't support Redskins. I don't recall anybody not buying a season ticket over it. I know that the games are constantly sold out. Was it a sellout to basically used the name now in this situation? The petition, which has collected more than 200 signatures was started by Aaron Lopez, who wrote of the Toms River High School south mascot dubbed Old Indian town by locals. Says here never was he a target for racism toward Native Americans? So then what's the problem? Every vote, wrote this article on Engine 115 dot com. Never Was he a target of racism towards Native Americans? He is a symbol of America. The first people that were here before the pirate Columbus turned them all into slaves. The Indian is a representative of everything good in our country, So why shouldn't they be celebrated with football team? Your thoughts. 1 800 to 831 on 1.5. How do you feel about this whole name? Change thing. Ah, statues. Boxes, pancake boxes, football teams, baseball teams, the Cleveland Indians. They were not changed on the Atlanta Braves said. We're not Indians are going to think about it. The brave said no. We'll talk about the Tomahawk chop, but we are not changing the name. Now here. What I what I gets me about this is you're talking about you know, the Seminoles was a proud Indian tribe. The Florida Florida University, Florida state. What was the Florida University Seminoles? They're very proud of that down there. The Warriors The Golden State Warriors. What's the warrior warrior was a soldier was a brave was a tribute. Growing up. You know, if you're into any of this, I don't know that. Though you know those brave fighting men should be removed. If you're looking at it from the proud tradition of native Americans, and you talk to Native American. What does it mean to be? The warrior doesn't mean to be a warrior. Jim is in North Brunswick under Jersey one on 1.5 Jim Hey, what's happened? I'm good. How are you? I'm good. I'm good. I just think this, uh Just getting carried too far it in a way out of proportion of what it actually is. I agree with you. You know you've got warriors. You've approached him. I mean, what it is every race and country people yet will wipe out all the math now. But what I don't understand is I think it's more of a tribute. I don't think it's something that's meant to be racist or derogatory. I agree with few 1000%. You know, I would be attracted to call the war here or or Trojan. It's Asuman Indian. I mean, Indian soldier, exactly, You know, even in an Indian in Amy, and her good people don't warriors. Never reputation or fierce hunters. Exactly exactly, And that's why when you think about a fighting team exact ice I always saw it is complimentary. I don't understand what the problem is. I know in Florida Ah, the Seminole tribe very much behind Florida State's I'm looking at the medical here, says Florida state's unusual bond with Seminole Tribe. Puts mascot debate in a different light. I can't believe that the NFL is actually changed her name but arrested, said they just you know, the NFL just completely sold out. They will bend. They only know one color. The NFL on that color is green. And here's the story would change the name to the Redskins. The really story which changing the name of the Redskins very, very simple. They want to make a lot of money. We're gonna make a lot of money. First of all, if they change the name, you're going to get $602 million back from FedEx, Pepsi and Nike, who will bend to the pressure and said, We're gonna pull our advertising where you get the money back. Secondly, you're going to get a ll the merchandising sales from the new name is people going out by the jerseys by the helmets by the trash cans by whatever than the logo is on getting your money from that. Thirdly, if you own Redskins merchandise, put it on eBay because now it's gonna be worth something. So the only hero and the only chlorine being really gives an F about here is green, thanks for the call to New Jersey, one on 1.5 Jason Madelon under Jersey 1/1 0.5 j. Hi. How you doing this evening? Good. How are you? I want to come in on two things that you said okay? The first thing with with the Indians if the Indians were so good, and so So such a positive light in this country why the Indians pushed off into dirt lands on reservations where they can't do anything. They're treated like second class citizens there one shade above. One shade above being played in America. But that's not my first. Alright now. Wait, wait. Hold on, Hold on. Hold on now. I didn't get the response to that. What I read was a quote, You know, which was from the petition, which collected more than 200 signatures. Started by Aaron Lopez, who wrote of the Toms River High School south mascot dubbed Old Indian Tom's. Never Was He a target of racism toward the native Americans? He is a symbol of America. The first people that we hear before the pirate Christopher Columbus turned them all into slaves. The Indian is a representative of everything good in our country. Do you agree or disagree with that? I agree. You disagree. You don't think the Indian is a symbol of everything good in our country? No. All right. No mind. There's a reason for okay again. Have you ever had.

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"florida university florida" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Go south go. South University Zia Florida University of Florida University Florida fifty three thousand people. The last one is Michael Thompsons. All modern innocent Minnesota really really yeah yeah number four. They have fifty two thousand students wow so they never would have guessed so. The order is university center for Texas A. and M. Ohio State University. I see Florida University of Minnesota University of Texas. Those are your five fast track all right Albert breer from Monday morning. quarterback says that the Patriots it's deserve to be criticized for even trying to sign Antonio Brown they of course ended up cutting Brown on Friday. Here's what breer wrote over the weekend quote. The Patriots may not have known that Brittany Taylor's lawsuit was coming but they did have an idea of who they were climbing into bed with that much we know because because the rest of the NFL was aware of it to those in charge in Foxborough from Robert Kraft Bill Bell check on down. The line have too much experience with these sorts of things to not be aware of the risk that comes with this type of acquisition. If this were the steelers of the raiders over the last thirteen days we would absolutely be annihilating them for this and just because the Patriots will probably get away with this in the standings doesn't mean they should be exempt from criticism in quote. I actually disagree disagree with the Patriots rolled the dice and it didn't work. They're still probably going to the Super Bowl. They might win it. What did they lose here. They kept Brown as long as they could and when it became too much they cut it. I don't think he's saying they lost Chris Paul perspect- do you think they believe they. You deserve to be criticized for signing him. Yeah I do. Why do I thought he should have been in the Commissioner's exempt list. I thought there was plenty of evidence by the way after that sports illustrated article I I would I would absolutely cut him after that sports illustrated. There's just too much. There are too many different incidents and there's no way I think the league knew more about what was going on with Antonio Brown than anybody let on. I don't think any of this stuff came as a surprise. I I think they were trying to get him in because he's wildly talented and I think that the Patriots have always taking their chances with ethically challenged players there's right and but they win in spite of it they can criticize them. For what do you think they deserve to be criticized no none at the time mm-hmm because it just wasn't enough evidence going into it and then once it actually came out then yes like. I actually think round deserve to be criticized for signing Kareem Hunt after nine audio me toward more than Antonio Brown beans patriots. I've been highly critical the browns for doing that so I guess it depends the fact that they got rid of them. I I think it just became too much to deal with and they cut bait. Yeah I mean all the time in sports anybody the red that sports illustrated piece there was just so much going on with Antonio Brown. Stay with football is what finally I think drove them to cut ties was when Brown tweeted at that woman the woman or or boy sports illustrated article about we're going to go get her. We're going to go out and get out and find some dirt and included a photo of her family right. I just think they they said Oh he doesn't get it no and then fairly craft said if I'm gonNA float phone under the radar after he signed with the Patriots and not responded to any of it. I think he might still be there. I don't think we look at the New England patriots as the most ethical organization in sports the opposite of winning above everything and and their ethics I the Washington Post reported that Amtrak is reinventing its dining service on long distance trains killing the traditional dining card hard to create more flexible and contemporary dining options. The carrier says the change starting this fall is driven by the desire to save money and to lure a younger generation nation of new riders chiefly millennials known to be always on the run glued to their phones not particularly breaking bread with strangers at a communal table. Well what does this say about millennials in their social skills and are there some bygone traditions that you miss first of all what it says about millennials in their social skills. This is just how they communicate. I've been to restaurants. I told the story earlier this year and has a dodger game and is there with my son and another dad and his son and we we sat behind four attractive millennial girls. Yep and they did not stop taking pictures with their phones right entire game. I mean mean like every half inning. They were take two hundred pictures right and that's just how they do things. They're interested in getting stuff to promote their instagram program. So it's just kind of the world. They live in and in terms of traditions. I like I'll I'll tell you my browsing in a library. I burry or a bookstore probably not hey think that was a great experience. You would go books. I would still do it. I don't. I don't even know if there are are still bookstores. There's one there's one in my neighbor bookstores I. I don't even know they're they're. They're they're heading. The way of record stores library was something that was actually really cool experience. I don't think people go to the line. I was thinking about in that regard thinking about how much time you spent in the library when you were in college. Do kids go to the library anymore in colleges absolutely SELENA. UCLA when I was there had eleven libraries down to like one now. I don't even know I've I've a library right down the street from me and it's almost a what would you what you would. You can get anything off Google. Yeah you get any google. You have a kindle that you can get any book that you want off of just type in whatever you want. I there's low interest the research library. There's there is none anymore. I think the so our college campus libraries I I oh I don't know I'm guessing. You don't either no they do. They still exist are those building something else now have to still exist at UCLA. The two biggest libraries were how how library you are L. The University Research Library where you could go and find anything and then they had tons of desk where you could go steady and right and get ready for finals finals. I'm guessing those don't exist anymore. I you know what I can't imagine. I lived in the library. When I was going to get your probably like me you. You didn't pay a lot of attention for seven weeks and when the final came up you need to track and I lived in a fraternity house which was loud all the time you guys libraries of tests. I finally did not and I don't believe in test file a great support. A rule is if you took a test. Ucla you saved the test and then when you got home back to the fraternity. Ask You put it in the test file. So if somebody else had that class in the next quarter I you could say I don't know if they're gonNA use the exact same tests but if they do here it is out. It's called cheating that is called home fielded Van Greg. Do you think that's cheating. I think the professor it's on the professor to change the test test however yes you're cheating. You're the answer is no attacked basically buying exactly if the teacher asks he goes if the teacher said I want this test back. I always gave it back and if he didn't I always put my backpack and putting the somebody else I put in the test flat by you. You have you have some. You've a blind spot on this whole thing like. Did you let people copy off your never copied off of anyone. You let if you would've had to me and said hired yeah. Let me see number seven mile stretch yeah you're you're very slow you down this way and by the way one that argument once when a teacher saw a guy spying on my paper and I came over and he grabbed mine in his because you guys both come with me and he said we're giving him answers. I said I leaned back when he looked over at my paper. I know all those and I can prove it right now. Asked me any question on that test yeah but the other kid add to get busted he did but the teacher okay and he asked me like number fourteen. I read it off. He goes okay. Go Finish Finish and then this you come with me right so I knew the stuff. That's all the teacher cares about this. I even know the material that you are facilitating cheating. I'm helping I'm. I'm not a SNITCH. I'm helping I. I was doing my fellow student services. A test file is cheating. The test file is excellent. We had the best yes while on campus. It's fast track fasttrack in two minutes Mason in Ireland. ESPN LA yeah that's a good idea all right. We're doing some behind the scenes stuff fasttrack rolling on Ireland whilst we've talked in the past about ticket scalping and how a lot of bands would love to stop yes. Did you hear about this Friday night. At the Wilton theaters the black keys yeah all right so the black keys tried to do something about this with very mixed results hundreds of ticket get holding fans were turned away from their first headlining show in five years some after waiting in line for hours when they're electronic tickets were rejected did by scanners at the inside lobby entrance to the Wilton at the band's behest ticketmaster head turned on a system that is is able to differentiate tickets on the original purchasers mobile device from those that had been transferred from one phone to another via third party resellers. There's or for any other reason so statements from the band.

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"florida university florida" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Five largest student bodies after the University of Central Florida see if you can name them three strikes and you're out okay. Are they all big time schools. They'll conference schools. I would think that we're we're just talking right Miami. I would think would be one of those I think. Ucla might be one of them. Ucla in Arizona State both have almost forty thousand students. He said sixty six thousand dozen might do it. I think Michigan and Ohio state could be in there yeah matter of fact go by size of the stadium because they both Michigan Supreme Save. Guess conundrums hard to get into. I think Michigan's a pretty safe because what do you think about Michigan. I like Chaigneau for one for one have we have we mentioned one. You mentioned we mentioned think. Miami might be one of them but over. Ucla you think more people go to Miami than UCLA. UCLA doesn't get a lot of people going to the actual games so what he's talking at that moment. UCLA is a public school right. Let's try. UCLA UCLA no all right got forty four thousand students so it's more than that. Can we have hints now since we city city mentioned when we can we mentioned we mentioned Arizona State and we mentioned Miami so Arizona State. I can see the problem. They'll take anybody yeah so you mentioned you mentioned one of the minutes not. Arizona State is not Ohio State. Yes it is okay. Yes all right okay so it's obviously not Miami. Two schools in Texas University diversity of Texas would be one anniversary of Texas number five fifty one thousand students tech. Maybe I think it might be SMU yeah and number two sixty four thousand students so you've got numbers two three and we we don't four and five you need four and five okay what part of the country let's go north. South East or West. Sec most crazy football ball state in the country so am I yeah well. It's got to be maybe Tennessee football career now go south go. South University Zia Florida University of Florida University Florida fifty three thousand people. The last one is Michael Thompsons. All modern innocent Minnesota really really yeah yeah number four. They have fifty two thousand students wow so they never would have guessed so. The order is university center for.

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"florida university florida" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"One in the round of thirty two. Wow. A clean sweep in team. That was favored. That's courtesy. ESPN stats and information eleven of the sixteen games were decided by double digits in other words. Warring? Yeah. Aside from the Duke UCF game. Or is it your see UCF central Florida university? Florida UCF aside from the the US you have see Duke game. There was really no other excitement in the tournament. No. And I think that's sad. Because when there's no excitement than it doesn't capture the imagination like the tournament keep Zion. I know it's Zay on so Duke to me that's game that been eliminated. Yeah. Been eliminated and Zion Ghana wet, it would've been devastating. That would have been way worse for the tournament. And what was interesting is. I missed the free throws. He missed the free throw on the put the big story was I and he's a sixty nine percent free throw shooter he operates mostly in the pain. Obviously. Right. He's always scoring inside. So when he gets the NBA, what do you think teams are going to do is going to need develop a jump shot. Yes. And he I saw him south. I wanna say that since he's come back from his injured. He has he's writing a lot of threes. Zion learns to shoot a three. Oh my goodness. Well, that's just like Jonah's shot forty percent from three in February. And every month it's been a little bit better. If he develops a consistent three, I forget it. He's just impossible to handle. Do you think he's the MVP funding? Yeah. That's that's who I'm voting for to vote. Yup. I got vote where through the. Basketball writers right association. Yeah. Good call. Yeah. Is that what it's called vote through the NBA? Oh, you vote through them at MBA. You actually have are you allowed to say who you voted for. Yeah. I'll tell you. I'm voting for you is you are one of those voting for one or do you vote for five top-five house? I don't know who I'm probably going to be honest one hardened to. I don't know who three four and five will be right interesting. Yeah. I how do I was gonna be Paul George up in the top five, but they've really fallen off a claim they really have. And I am Boston's back in the tank. I mean, you I actually would kind of make an argument that Embiid should be. I think you can as firm be when he's come back now. Philly looks really good. Yup. And he's been great in their biggest games. I think I don't know. I guess you gotta make some kind of a case for Kawai. Yeah. For a lot of games. I guess I have to I have to really crunched numbers on having gotten into it yet. But I don't know Paul Paul was right there, and then Oklahoma city's like fallen off and yeah, they have fallen. Yeah. So all right coming up next Tomi who were talking to because I don't fully know. Oh, okay. This is a woman who was lavar ball's former publicist they originally before everything launched, and she is now written a book about how the rise and fall of the big baller. Awesome. That is coming up next for you. Mason in Ireland Momo in for Johnny SPN LA..

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"florida university florida" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:00 min | 1 year ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Oh, Mark hall. Homeschooling question. Yeah. What do you think about the notion that people who pay property tax, isn't it decided to home school their kids should be able to use public school facilities have their kids play in public school sports and do other things like drama it felt a school? Absolutely. If you're paying taxes towards your district, then you should be able to utilize those facilities. I mean, I we didn't just because there were other facilities for St.. And we did you know extra? We did the. What's the word? I'm looking for the outside of the school zone. Thank you. Yeah. We did. I mean, we just we you know, we hunkered down. And again, I I wasn't. I wasn't there to really I was there to get my kid through school. And and I gotta tell you though, the conversation I have with my with some of my my my black colleagues around the idea of Ouch Auvers. Okay. And I know, and I bet you Kansas Owens would actually agree with you. You know, if you've got a black family who's who's their middle class? They're working both parents are working. And and why can't they use the funds that would have gotten toward a public school toward a voucher to a private school? Why why can't they to me? That's that. If anything is is segregation at its finest by by their own people by by the democrat party is it's like, no, let's keep them down. Again, victimization is an industry and women have have really kind of pioneered that. And now gun control activists have been like, oh, who's the greatest victim demographic? We can latch onto to push legislation through. To push our agenda through which inevitably affects the entire nation. I mean, you start talking about your second amendment rights your first amendment rights hate crime. We've been talking about hate crime legislation to people get their feelings hurt around everything. Why are you asking that? What do you think? Tim tebow is. Yes, Florida university Florida for the day. John three sixteen on his face super hottie married to a really engaged early pretty girl. Now, if I'm not mistaken, he was home schooled, okay and played public school football. Or at least wanted to catch the Tim tebow act. They're just past the Georgia state Senate and are people pounding and over that like they don't want kids to be able to do that. There is a little bit of conservation about it. But it past we'll see how it doesn't house becomes law. Just curious of other states have that. Well, I think the government school system is is by far the greatest molester of of of our nation at this point in that listen that is not too slight any of you who are public school teachers. I know I had a lot of teachers in my family my friends as well. That is not a slight bit. It is industry. And I believe the government should get out of it. That's just my humble opinion and ask because I I saw the detriment that it was causing my own daughter. Listen, it is it is survival of the fittest in your public school. Have you not noticed that? I mean, I don't care if they're wearing uniforms or not. But it is they're dealing with social media. They're dealing with gun violence. They're dealing with. You know, look at the the high schoolers who took the entire nation hostage in what what this is a prime example. Look, look who align themselves with the the parkland students the women's March, right? It was the women's March dot org. They got behind our kids Marci. So for all of you parents who were like, oh, this is a good thing for our kids to March around the school. Okay. Well, I hope you sent him to school with their pink vagina hat for the day. Because that's who was leading the charge. You have to start paying attention and connecting the dots of it's not just it. Sure that the prevailing the prevailing blanket. Over the nation is a PA. Partisan issue, but it really is an international issue. So I wanna talk to this because I haven't in a lot of people aren't aware. This is curry. We talked about this show a couple of months ago about the big summit that happened in Morocco United Nations summit, and and they basically sent there ITO various. Correct migration speak. That's right. PC migration speech. Okay. And this is so for those of you who are like, why are you in Facebook jail. Dangerous for me. We've got hate-crime-legislation pushing its way through my state and the state of Georgia right now, you probably have to respect with state. Well, I was kind of surprised to see that, you know, all of this started actually with the FBI like right around World War One. Okay. And the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four ushered in kinda this whole, I think there was like one of the largest civil rights cases ever was called my burn. And it was around me, you know, stood for Mississippi burning and is whenever seven men were convicted of conspiring to violate the constitutional rights of the slain civil rights workers. Okay. All these guys are sentenced to prison. But what they did was they align this spirit. This mindset this feeling of hate behind the crime that was perpetuated. And now the stuff is like a it has become a, you know, what started out as listen murders murder. Theft is theft. Right hijacking. Tie 'em. You why do you have to have this undercurrent of? Oh, well, there's an additional offense. There's an additional molestation of someone's rights because you had a strong opinion about it. Or you have a bias toward you know, you like the color blue and Nava color pink. The these things these things are ushered into our school system. They're there, and they and they develop at a very young age in kindergarten little TIMMY, and in Jane and their little books there coloring activities, and before you know, what the middle school, and they're they come home. And you're like who the hell are you like what what happened like what are you talking about right now? And it's because you a as parents, we do not take the time to sit and really treat our children with the dignity and respect that they deserve. In terms of adult conversations around things that are going to affect them. They're rapidly taking our country into the toilet right now. And we all look at each other and go what the heck happened. How did we get here? Hate crime legislation to me is very dangerous right now. I just said in the UN you've got in a you rather you have respective countries that have gone back in and agreed on a non-binding measure. But that they would go back and start monitoring the dialogue of people on social media platforms and anyone who was found guilty of criticizing. I want you to think about that. Who gets to define critical who gets to define the word criticize. This is scary stuff, and it's happening right here. Okay. If you're criticizing mass migration, you're going down. They're coming for you. They're gonna kick you off your social media platform. They're going to find you, and it could alternately land you in jail. All right. So this is what's happening overseas. But it's happening here too. And the overarching agenda of all of this whether it's a Women's Day, mar whatever whatever group chooses to be offended for the day. It it really is a a larger cauldron if you will of for globalization is it that's it. It's just that simple. A central focal point of power of doling out the bread and the soup the soup. They they own the Super Bowls the ladle the pot the fire the gas. You'd everything goes with it. The ingredients in the rest of the world is supposed to stand in line us. Why with blogs that I think is kind of funny because I'm like, you know, Candace Owens is really leading the charge with Blankson. And like, hey, let's leave this plantation of thought that no it has never served us, by the way. But for sure we know it's not serving us. Now, let we are capable of filling out of voter registration card. We are capable of showing up. We're capable of getting a driver's license. We had the president of the United States for two terms in a row who was black in case everyone for God. So we're clearly not a bunch of dodos like we can do this thing. We don't need an HR one catfish with all kinds of female regulations. We're smart people. We can pull this off only differences. If she's having a heck of a time getting people in mass to follow her off the off the planet off the thought plantation, you know, with all kinds of stuff, but but you you look at the the the mass migration of of thought. And you're just like how many people are willing to give up with they've always held onto beliefs.

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Talk 650 KSTE

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Play. Sounds like Omar. I got a homeschooling question. Yeah. What do you think about the notion that people who pay property tax, isn't it decided to home school their kids should be able to use public school facilities? Have the kids play in public school sports and do other things drama, it Celtics absolute if you're paying taxes towards your district, then you should be able to utilize those facilities. I mean, I we didn't just because there were other facilities for us. And we did you know extra? We we did the. What's the word? I'm looking for the outside of the school zone. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. We did. I mean, we we just we, you know, we hunkered down. And again, I I wasn't. I wasn't there to really I was there to get my kid through school. And I gotta tell you though, the conversation I have with my with some of my my my black colleagues around the idea of Algiers. Okay. And I know, and I bet you Kansas Owens would actually agree with you. You know, if you've got a black family who's who's know middle-class, they're working both parents are working. And and why can't they use the funds that would have gotten toward a public school toward a voucher you to a private school? Why why can't they to me? That's that. If anything is is segregation at its finest by by their own people by by the democrat party is like, no, let's keep them down. Again, victimization is an industry and women have have really kind of pioneered that. And now gun control activists have been like, oh, who's the greatest victim demographic? We can latch onto to push legislation through. Due to push our agenda through which inevitably affects the entire nation. I mean, you start talking about your second amendment rights your first amendment rights hate crime. We've been talking about hate crime legislation to, you know, people get their feelings hurt around everything. Why are you asking that? What do you think you tempt Hiba was? Yes. Florida university Florida the day. John three sixteen on his face super hottie married to a really engaged early pretty girl. Now, most he was home schooled. Okay. Played public school football to catch the Tim tebow act. They're just past the Georgia state Senate and are people pounding and over that they don't want kids to be able to do that. There is a little bit of conservation about a better past. We'll see how it doesn't house becomes law. Just curious of other states have that. Well, I think the government school system is is by far the greatest molester of of of our nation at this point in that listen that is not too slight any of you who are public school teachers. I know I had a lot of teachers in my family. My friends is. Well, that is not a slight that it is in industry, and I believe the government should get out of it. That's just my humble opinion and ask because I I saw the detriment that it was causing my own daughter. Listen, it is it is survival of the fittest in your public school. Have you not noticed that? I mean, I don't care if they're wearing uniforms or not. But it is they're dealing with social media. They're dealing with gun violence. They're dealing with. You know, look at the high schoolers who took the entire nation. What what what this is a prime example. Look, look who align themselves with the the parkland students the women's March, right? It was the women's March dot org. They got behind our kids Marci. So for all of you parents who were like, oh, this is a good thing for our kids to March around the school. Okay. Well, I hope you sent him to school with their pink vagina hat for the day. Because that's who was leading the charge. You have to start paying attention and connecting the dots of it's not just it. Sure that the prevailing the prevailing, you know, blanket over the nation as a partisan issue, but it really is an international issue. So I wanna I wanna talk to this because I haven't in a lot of people aren't aware. This is occurring. We talked about this on my show a couple of months ago about the big summit that happened in Morocco United Nations summit, and they basically sent there ITO various. Correct migrations. Right. PC migration speech. Okay. And this is so for those of you who are like, why are you in Facebook jail. See this stuff is going on overseas. But it's happening here too. We're already being silenced. So if you say something about a woman, and hurts her feelings, or, you know, talk about your guns or a man is a man like you can't be Adam. And then you want to be, you know, Cherie five like all that kind of stuff. Right. It's going to get you in trouble. And it's it's not only going to get you in trouble. And it's going to get you dubbed. But here's where it gets dangerous for me. We've got hate crime legislation pushing its way through my state in the state of Georgia right now, you probably have it to your respective state. Well, I was kind of surprised to see that all of this started actually with the FBI like right around World War One. Okay. And the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four, you know, ushered in kinda this whole, I think there was like one of the largest civil rights cases ever was called burn. And it was around me, you know, stiffer Mississippi burning, and I is whenever seven men were convicted of conspiring violate the constitutional rights of the slain civil rights workers. Okay. All these guys are sentenced to prison. But what they did was they align this spirits. This mindset this feeling of hate behind the crime that was perpetuated. And now the stuff is like a it has become a, you know, what started out as listen murders murder. Deftest thefts right hijacking tie. Why you have to have this undercurrent of? Oh, well, there's an additional offense. There's an additional molestation of someone's rights because you had a strong opinion about it. Or you have a bias toward you know, you like the color blue and not the color pink. The these things these things are ushered NPR school system. They're there, and they and they develop at a very young age in kindergarten little TIMMY, and in Jane and their little books there coloring activities, and before you know, it they hit middle school. And they're they come home. And you're like who the hell are you like what what happened like what are you talking about right now? And it's because you a as parents, we do not take the time to sit and really treat our children with the dignity and respect that they deserve. In terms of adult conversations around things are going to affect them. They're rapidly taking our country into the toilet right now. And we all look at each other and go what the heck happened. How did we get here? Hate crime legislation to me is very dangerous right now. I just said in the UN you've got in a you rather you have respective countries that have gone back and agreed on a non-binding measure. But that they would go back and start monitoring the dialogue of people on social media platforms and anyone who was found guilty of criticizing. I want you to think about that. Who gets to define critical who gets to define the word criticize. This is scary stuff, and it's happening right here. Okay. If you're criticizing mass migration, you're going down. They're coming for you. They're gonna kick you off your social media platform. They're going to find you, and it could ultimately land you in jail. All right. So this is what's happening overseas. But it's happening here to an overarching agenda of all of this. Whether it's a Women's Day, mar whatever whatever group chooses to be offended for the day. It it really is a a larger cauldron if you will for globalization is it, and that's it. It's just that simple. A central focal point of power of doling out the bread and the soup the soup. They they own the suit bowls, the ladle, the pot the fire the gas you'd everything that goes with it. The ingredients in the rest of the world is supposed to stand in line as why with blogs that. I think is kind of funny because I'm like, you know, Candace Owens is really leading the charge with Blackson. And like, hey, let's leave this plantation of thought that no it has never served us, by the way. But for sure we know it's not serving us. Now, we are capable of filling out of voter registration card. We are capable of showing up. We're capable of getting a driver's license. We had the president of the United States for two terms in a row who is black and case everyone for God. So we're clearly not a bunch of dodos like we can do this thing. We don't need an HR one catfish with all kinds of female regulations. We're smart people. We can pull this off only differences is she's having a heck of a time getting people in in mass to follow her off the off the plant off the thought plantation, you know, with all kinds of stuff. But, but you know, you look at the the the mass migration of of thought. You're just like how many people are willing to give up what they've always held onto beliefs.

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"florida university florida" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Independent in thoughts and punk rock in life. It's the Chad Benson show. Welcome back to the Chadbensonshow. Monica. Nephews got plan for Friday night. What do you do it? You're married. What do you do on Friday night? Quick I could get to bed. Oh, how a single tick. I was seeing how fast I can make it to my tub of ice cream of hawk corn. I'm going to celebrate national Women's Day, or is it international or national. What are we doing allies who's more marginalized international or national or sounded Spain? Telling him that he stepped in and step up. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Here's how it sounds in Madrid. Just next door. Fan. Okay. Those protesters exactly we don't know what they're saying. I heard a couple of choice words in there. Yeah. I fully expect to hear from someone CHAD'S listeners curl, do you know, what they were. So. Yeah. In honor of my of my sisters, my estrogen sisters, I'm finding in this day and age I have very little in common with a lot of women. I'm just telling you even conservative women like we're we're known as being like Pearl. Collectors, right? I'm like, why can't we be cool? It's like the home schoolers again, remember, I think I was just talking about this like you can't like are there normal home schoolers I was normal home schooler like, and it was hard to find normal people. You're either flower children, the government's out to get you monitoring your kids, which they probably are, you know, or we're all yeah. Or all going to hell, and you can't be friends with the heathen neighbors because we all have to be. So I was the cool home schooling. Mom. I was like man take a load off to already. It's not this is okay. Did you spend on that? Well. Well, no. So here's the deal. So my daughter's a self starter, thankfully, and I'm a musician, dude. I mean, that's what I did that like I did he chasing moon and stars. You know, this is the politics for me too. So this was this was before I started paying attention to. Oh. It was really weird about that Obama guys. I'm just doesn't feel right. I was actually writing for politicians, but I was just a political. So I spent a lot of my day. You know, we'd get up do a couple of hours on something. I was the home schooling parent where it was like comprehend everything can become home school. We go to the grocery store. I go gas. We and I was in the music industry. So she went to me during contract negotiations, and gigs, and you know, so she learned how to yes at all that she learned all of that. So and she ended up, you know, listen, that's where I learned that. It's like no child gets head forget this crap about the no child left behind program. That's not true at all. It's no tile gets ahead in the government school system. That's how the administrative state the nanny state or set up. It just it just I lived it. So it's not like, you know, I don't I don't get on the airwaves and parrot a lot that I've heard from pundits. Or you know, or? Yeah. I mean, it's the these are things I've lived I've lived. Through this with my daughter and going to a public school after homeschooling her, and she was three grades ahead in hearing how sorry we can't. Yeah. There's no we can't do that room for her. And so the other thing that this has helped me with is whenever I deal with people who want me to consult politically. And they're really confused about how to reach this, quote, marginalized demographic of people, and I'm like, no, actually, you can't, you know, a quick pandering to that mess. Okay. And I teach people particularly who think that they're poor. There are a lot of benefits to not having cash. I'm just going to tell you because I was a very poor widow. But there were a lot of incentives out there for my daughter because I spent time with her to teacher, I taught her basic things in education and also taught her this is the most important thing any of us can do I taught her that. She's an asset. I don't care where she goes. She's an asset. So my daughter doesn't show up to a job in. My my daughter is is by ethnic, so one of my best friends in the whole world, one of my spiritual. Moms is Dr Alvidi king K and anytime I refer to my daughter's biracial she wants to smack mackney because she's like there's only one race girl. I'm like, I know mom sorry. So, but she, you know, and try try raising a by ethnic child in the south, you know, twenty three years ago that was a rodeo, but, but that's why I take exception to bake the cake ITO, we're going to get out our our legal hammers in in in hammer, you to death for not baking are cake because you have you know, as a sexual affinity America, quote marriage that the supreme court has now dubbed as marriage and in a in a in a Christian Baker like now that doesn't really align with me. Okay. So I'm in the south Twenty-three years ago. I'm area black dude that win over super. Well. So what did I do? I couldn't I wasn't going to fight fighting the system. Where did you find a cake top controversy store, or do you get you get creative? So I found a little white girl, and I've had a black dude. And I'm glued them onto the top of my cake. And we all had a good time. I didn't pound on the doors of my state capital. I didn't file a federal lawsuit. I wasn't light. Yet could've you know. But it's like what who cares? This is by life. These are my choices. I'm not a victim because I chose to love someone doesn't fit the normal narrative of the day. Good guide. So that's why I don't I'm not sucked into this vortex of victim pandering. Which is when I realized you know, I can't align with anything I've left. This goes back to this whole Women's Day thing where I was just saying, I don't really align. With a lot of females particularly in my industry because a lot of females in my industry and talk radio. And I love my girls. Don't get me wrong. But they feel like we have to be one of the guys we sometimes our voices drop lower pay attention sometimes to to females and radio and radio is a very intimate medium K closest aesthetic distance. Right. And so, but I think a lot of women in my industry have also kind of given into this notion that we have to we have to be as hard as the guys that we gotta come with it. Like, the guys we got we got sound like the guys we got to be able to hit as hard as the guys. And I'm like, no, I do hit hard. And I am a mother, and I'm a protector, and I'm a voter. I'm a patriot. Like, I bleed red white and blue like are in my faith is like at the top of my list of my life. And I'm gonna bring it. I'm going to bring it hard. But at the end of the day, I'm a woman and a woman can be a soft place. And I think that's something that we're missing in media were missing. In politics were missing in our boardrooms. We're missing it in in our on our soccer fields for the love of God. I have more crazy women that ideal without a soccer field who can't keep your mouth shut and act like decent. Mothers just because little TIMMY, Dan, get to play. Oh, Mark hall. Yeah. Questions. Yeah. What do you think about the notion that people who pay property taxes and the decided to home school their kids should be able to use public school facilities have their kids play in public school, sports and do other things like drama? It felt absolutely. If you're paying taxes towards your district, then you should be able to utilize those facilities. I mean. But I we didn't just because there were other facilities for St.. And we did you know extra? We we did the. What's the word? I'm looking for the outside of the school zone. Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. We did. I mean, we we just we, you know, we hunkered down. And again, I I wasn't. I wasn't there to really I was there to get my kid through school. And I gotta tell you though, the conversation I have with my with some of my my my black colleagues around the idea of Ouch. Okay. And I know, and I bet you Kansas Owens would actually agree with us. You you know, if you've got a black family who's who's their middle-class? They're working both parents are working an and why can't they use the funds that would have gotten toward a public school toward a voucher to a private school? Why why can't they to me? That's that. If anything is is segregation out his finest by by their own people. By by the democrat party is like, no, let's keep them down. Again, victimization is an industry and women have have really kind of pioneered that. And now gun control activists have been like, oh, who's the greatest victim demographic? We can latch onto to push legislation through to push our agenda through which inevitably affects the entire nation. I mean when you start talking about your second amendment rights your first amendment rights hate crime. We've been talking about hate crime legislation to, you know, people get their feelings hurt around everything. Why are you asking that? What do you think you Tim tebow is yes? Florida university Florida the big John three sixteen on his face super hottie married to a really engaged early pretty girl. Now, if I'm not mistaken, he was home schooled. Okay. Played public school football to the Tim tebow act. They're just past the Georgia state Senate and are people pounding and over that they don't want kids to be able to do that. There is a little bit of conservation about a better past. We'll see how it doesn't house becomes law. Just curious of other states have that. Well, I think the government school system is is by far the greatest molester of of of our nation at this point in that listen that is not too slight any of you who are public school teachers. I know I had a lot of teachers in my family, my friends as well that is not a slight. But it is in industry, and I believe the government should get out of it. That's just my humble opinion and ask because I I saw the detriment that it was causing my own daughter. Listen, it is it is survival of the fittest in your public school. Have you not noticed that? I mean, I don't care if they're wearing uniforms or not. But it is they're dealing with social media. They're dealing with gun violence. They're dealing with. You know, look at the the high schoolers who took the entire nation hostage in what what this is a prime example. Look, look align themselves with the the parkland students the women's March, right? It was the women's March dot org. They.

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850 WFTL

09:12 min | 1 year ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Play. Oh, Mark hall. Yeah. Homeschooling. Yeah. What do you think about the notion that people who pay property taxes and the decided to home school their kids should be able to use public school cities have their kids play in public school, sports and do other things drama? It felt a school. Absolutely. If you're paying taxes towards your district, then you should be able to utilize those facilities. I mean, I we didn't just because there were other facilities for us. And we did, you know exit. We did the. What's the word? I'm looking for the outside of the school zone. Thank you. Yeah. We did. I mean, we we just we, you know, we hunkered down. And again, I I wasn't. I wasn't there to really I was there to get my kid through school. And I gotta tell you though, the conversation I have with my with some of my my my black colleagues around the idea of Algiers. Okay. And I know, and I bet you Kansas Owens would actually agree with us to you know, if you've got a black family who's who's their middle class. They're working both parents are working. And and why can't they use the funds that would have gotten toward a public school toward a voucher to a private school? Why can't to me? That's that. If anything is segregation out his finest by by their own people by by the democrat party is it's like, no, let's keep them down. Again, victimization is an industry and women have have really kind of pioneered that. And now gun control activists have been like, oh, who's the greatest victim demographic? We can latch onto to push our legislation through. Due to push our agenda through which inevitably affects the entire nation. I mean, we start talking about your second amendment rights your first amendment rights hate crime. We've been talking about hate crime legislation to people get their feelings hurt around everything. Why are you asking that? What do you think you dilute tempt? Hebrew is. Yes. Florida university Florida the day. John three sixteen on his face super hottie. Really per engaged early pretty girl now most and he was home schooled. Okay. Played public school football too. It's the Tim tebow act. They're just past the Georgia state Senate and are people pounding sand over that. They don't want kids to be able to do that. There was a little bit of conservation about it. But it past we'll see if it how does in the house becomes law. Just curious of other states have that. Well, I think the government school system is by far the greatest molester of of of our nation at this point in that listen that is not too slight any of you who are public school teachers, I know a lot of teachers in my family, my friends as well that is not a slight bit. It is an industry, and I believe the government should get out of it. That's just my humble opinion and ask because I I saw the detriment that it was causing my own daughter. Listen, it is it is survival of the fittest in your public school. Have you not noticed that? I mean, I don't care if they're wearing uniforms or not. But it is they're dealing with social media. They're dealing with gun violence. They're dealing with. You know, look at the highschoolers who took the entire nation hostage in. What what this is a prime example. Look look. Align themselves with the the parkland students the women's March, right? It was the women's March dot org. They got behind our kids Marci. So for all of your parents who were like, oh, this is a good thing for our kids to March around the school. Okay. Well, I hope you send him to school with their pink vagina hat for the day. Because that's who was leading the charge. You have to start paying attention and connecting the dots of it's not just it. Sure that the prevailing the prevailing blanket over the nation as a partisan issue, but it really is an international issue. So I I wanna talk to this because I haven't in a lot of people aren't aware. This is curry. We talked about this on my show a couple of months ago about the big summit that happened in Morocco United Nations summits, and they basically sent their ITO various. Correct. Mike, rations, PC migration speech. Okay. And this is so for those of you who are like, why are you in Facebook jail. See this stuff is going on overseas. But it's happening here too. We're already being silenced. So if you say something about a woman, and hurts her feelings or you talk about your guns or a man is a man like you can't be Adam. And then you want to be, you know, Cherie five like all that kind of stuff. Right. It's going to get you in trouble. And it's it's not only going to get you in trouble. And it's going to get you dubbed. But here's where it gets dangerous for me. We've got hate crime legislation pushing its way through my state and the state of Georgia right now, you probably have it too and your respective state. Well, I was kind of surprised to see that, you know, all of this started actually with the FBI like right around World War One. Okay. And the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four, you know, ushered in kinda this whole, I think there was like one of the largest civil rights cases ever was called burn. And it was around, you know, stiffer Mississippi burning, and I it's whenever seven men were convicted of conspiring to violate the constitutional rights of the slain civil rights workers. Okay. All these guys are sentenced to prison. But what they did was they align this spirit. This mindset this feeling of hate behind the crime that was perpetuated. And now the stuff is like a has become a, you know, what started out as listen murders murder. That does thefts right hijacking tie. You why you have to have this undercurrent of? Oh, well, there's an additional offense. There's an additional molestation of someone's rights because you had a strong opinion about it. Or you have a bias toward you know, you like to color blue and not the color pink. The these things these things are ushered NPR school system. They're there, and they and they develop at a very young age in kindergarten little TIMMY, and in Jane their little books coloring activities, and before you know, what the middle school, and they're they come home. And you're like who the hell are you like what what happened like what are you talking about right now? And it's because you a as parents, we do not take the time to sit and really treat our children with dignity and respect that they deserve. In terms of adult conversations around things that are going to affect them. They're rapidly taking our country into the toilet right now. And we all look at each other and go what the heck happened. How did we get here? Hate crime legislation to me is very dangerous right now. I just said in the UN you've got in a you rather you have respective countries that have gone back in and agreed on a non-binding measure. But that they would go back and start monitoring the dialogue of people on social media platforms and anyone who was found guilty of criticizing. I want you to think about that. Who gets to define critical who gets to define the word. Criticize this scary stuff, and it's happening right here. Okay. If you're criticizing mass migration, you're going down. They're coming for you. They're gonna kick you off your social media platform. They're going to find you, and it could ultimately land you in jail. All right. So this is what's happening overseas. But it's happening here too. And the overarching agenda of all of this whether it's a Women's Day, mar whatever whatever group chooses to be offended for the day. It it really is a larger cauldron if you will for globalization is it that's it. It's just that simple. A central focal point of power of doling out the bread and the soup the soup. They they own the Super Bowls, the ladle, the pot the fire the gas you'd everything that goes with it. The ingredients in the rest of the world is supposed to stand in line as with that. I think is kind of funny because I'm like, you know, Candace Owens is really leading the charge with Blackson. And like, hey, let's leave this plantation of thought that no it has never served us, by the way. But for sure we know it's not serving us. Now, let we are capable of filling out of voter registration card. We are capable of showing up. We're capable of getting a driver's license. We had the president of the United States for two terms in a row who is black and case everyone for God. So we're clearly not a bunch of Dotas like we can do this thing. We don't need an HR one catfish with all kinds of female regulations. We're smart people. We can pull this off only differences is she's having a heck of a time getting people in in mass to follow her off the off the planet off the thought plantation, you know, with all kinds of stuff, but but you you look at the the the mass migration of of thought. You're just like how many people are willing to give up what they've always held onto the.

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"florida university florida" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:02 min | 1 year ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Sounds like oh, Mark hall. Homeschooling question. Yeah. What do you think about the notion that people who pay property tax, isn't it decided to home school their kids should be able to use public school facilities have their kids play in public school, sports and do other things drama? It felt school. Absolutely. If you're paying taxes towards your district, then you should be able to utilize those facilities. I mean, I we didn't just because there were other facilities for us. And we did you know extra? We we did the. What's the word? I'm looking for the outside of the school zone. Thank you. Yeah. We did. I mean, we we just we, you know, we hunkered down. And again, I I wasn't. I wasn't there to really I was there to get my kid through school. And I gotta tell you though, the conversation I have with my with some of my my my black colleagues around the idea of vouchers. Okay. And I know, and I bet you can't us Owens would actually agree with us to you know, if you've got a black family who's who's their middle class. They're working both parents are working. And and why can't they use the funds that would have gotten toward a public school toward a voucher to a private school? Why why can't they to me? That's that. If anything is segregation at its finest by by their own people by by the democrat party is it's like, no, let's keep them down. Again, victimization is an industry and women have have really kind of pioneered that. And now gun control activists have been like, oh, who's the greatest victim demographic? We can latch onto to push legislation through to push our agenda through which inevitably affects the entire nation. I mean, you start talking about your second amendment rights your first amendment rights hate crime. We've been talking about hate crime legislation to, you know, people get their feelings hurt around everything. Why are you asking that? What do you think you tempt? He Bo is. Yes. Florida university Florida do the John three sixteen on his face super hottie married to a really engaged early pretty girl. Now, if I'm not mistaken, he was home schooled. Okay. In played public school football wanted to catch the Tim tebow act that just passed the Georgia state Senate and are people pounding sand over that. They don't want kids to be able to do that. There was a little bit of conservation about it. But it past we'll see how it doesn't house becomes law. I'm just curious of other states have that. Well, I think the government school system is is by far the greatest molester of of of our nation at this point. I in that listen that is not too slight any of you who are public school teachers. I know I had a lot of teachers in my family my friends as well. That is not a slight. But it isn't industry, and I believe the government should get out of it. That's just my humble opinion. And that's because I I saw the detriment that it was causing my own daughter. Listen, it is it is survival of the fittest in your public school. Have you not noticed that? I mean, I don't care if they're wearing uniforms or not. But it is there. Dealing with social media. They're dealing with gun violence. They're dealing with. You know, look at the high schoolers who took the entire nation hostage in what what this is a prime example. Look, look who align themselves with the the parkland students the women's March, right? It was the women's March dot org. They got behind our kids Marci. So for all of you parents who were like, oh, this is a good thing for our kids to March around the school. Okay. Well, I hope he sent him to school with her pink vagina hat for the day. Because that's who was leading the charge. You have to start paying attention and connecting the dots of it's not just it. Sure that the prevailing the prevailing, you know, blanket over the nation is a partisan issue. But it really is an international issue. So I I wanna talk to this because I haven't in a lot of people aren't aware. This is occurring. We talked about this on my show a couple of months ago about the big summit that happened in Morocco United Nations summit, and they basically since there ITO various. Correct migration. That's right. PC migration speech. Okay. And this. So for those of you who are like, why are you in Facebook jail. See this stuff is going on overseas. But it's happening here too. We're already being silenced. So if you say something about a woman in a hurt their feelings, or you talk about your guns or a man is a man like you can't be Adam. And then you want to be, you know, Cherie five like all that kind of stuff. Right. It's going to get you in trouble. And it's it's not only going to get you in trouble. And it's going to get you dubbed. But here's where it gets dangerous for me. We've got hate crime legislation fishing its way through my state and the state of Georgia right now, you probably have it to respect to state. Well, I was kind of surprised to see that all of this started actually with the FBI like right around World War One. Okay. And the Civil Rights Act of nineteen sixty four ushered in kinda this whole I think there was like one of the largest civil rights cases ever was called Myron. And it was around me, you know, stiffer Mississippi burning, and I is whenever seven men were convicted of conspiring to violate the constitutional rights of the slain civil rights workers. Okay. All these guys are sentenced to prison. But what they did was they align this spirit. This mindset this this feeling of hate behind the crime that was perpetuated. And now the stuff is like a it has become a, you know, what started out as listen murders murder. Baptist thefts right hijacking tie. You why you have to have this undercurrent of? Oh, well, there's an additional offense. There's an additional molestation of someone's rights because you had a strong opinion about it. Or you have a bias toward you know, you like the color blue and not the color pink. The these things these things are ushered NPR school system. They're there in they and they develop a very young age in kindergarten little TIMMY in in Jane, and their little books there coloring activities, and before you know, it the middle school, and they're they come home. And you're like who the hell are you like what what happened like what are you talking about right now? And it's because you a as parents, we do not take the time to sit and really treat our children with the dignity and respect that they deserve. In terms of adult conversations around things that are going to affect them. They're rapidly taking our country into the toilet right now. And we all look at each other and go what the heck happened. How did we get here? Hate crime legislation to me is very dangerous right now. I just sat in the UN. You've got in a you rather you have respective countries that have gone back in and agreed on a non-binding measure. But that they would go back and start monitoring the dialogue of people on social media platforms and anyone who was found guilty of criticizing. I want you to think about that. Who gets to define critical who gets to define the word criticize. This is scary stuff, and it's happening right here. Okay. If you're criticizing mass migration, you're going down. They're coming for you. They're gonna kick you off your social media platform. They're going to find you, and it could ultimately land you in jail. All right. So this is what's happening overseas. But it's happening here too. And the overarching agenda of all of this whether it's a Women's Day, mar whatever whatever group chooses to be offended for the day. It it really is a a larger cauldron if you will for globalization is it, and that's it. It's just that simple. A central focal point of power of doling out the bread and the soup the soup. They they own the Super Bowls, the ladle, the pot the fire the gas you'd everything that goes with it. The ingredients in the rest of the world is supposed to stand in line as why with blogs that. I think is kind of funny because I'm like, you know, Candace Owens is really leading the charge with Blankson. And like, hey, let's leave this plantation of thought that no it has never served us, by the way. But for sure we know it's not serving us. Now, let we are capable of filling out of voter registration card. We are capable of showing up. We're capable of getting a driver's license. We had the president of the United States for two terms in a row who is black and case everyone for God. So we're clearly not about to dodos like we can do this thing. We don't need an HR one catfish with all kinds of female regulations. We're smart people. We can pull this off only differences, and she's having a heck of a time getting people in mass to follow her off the off the planet off the thought plantation, you know, with all kinds of stuff. But, but you know, you look at the the mass migration of of thought. You're just like how many people are willing to give up what they've always held onto belief.

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"florida university florida" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Or facilities approved by the us association zoos and aquariums the rest live in private breeding facilities backyards even urban apartments man do i don't understand the mentality behind somebody who wants a tiger you know you see all these you know what it is it's the internet this is all the internet's fault because you see the videos online absolutely tiger refu like the little rescues and stuff like that and all these like sweet little oversize kittens no tiger wasn't there a tiger in the hangar remember j paul getty had a tiger what's that tiger tiger i love that oh gosh no but j paul getty had one but he also had like a zookeeper that k and he kept it in this incredible facility and he had a doctor for it and the whole bit was kind of that's the right way to do it i guess if you're gonna be if you're going to have a tagger there's a right way to do it i guess that's it but they say that there is in some states there's no real law against having wild animals like this i know as an insurance professional when were asking people about home insurance when we're doing the questionnaire you know you you have to do an application for people one of the questions is do you haven't he pets at home including wild animals or farm animals that is actually now on most insurance questionnaires when they're asking you about things do you have any wild animals and there are certain companies there certain dogs breeds that they won't they won't beat a lot of insurance companies because of the bite possibilities i'm not worried and it's not the dog that's causing the biting it's it's how the dog is raised the same way i remember we did when i was in florida we i remember doing a story for the newscast they were one town was talking about banning pit bulls and we got to study from the state of florida university florida's matter of fact that the most the dog that caused the most bites was like i want say it was like a terrier or it was one of these little tiny dogs happy dogs are the ones most likely to bite you.

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"florida university florida" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"To keep the rest of us in line twenty i've talked about this in the office all the time i don't want to take too much credit for it in the in the sense that i feel like maybe i i was kind of lazy in college in the sense that i i mean i literally took the path of least resistance i was always sort of a math guy and so it would have been really really hard for me to get a little liberal arts degree i mean that would have been i mean that would've been almost impossible my brain doesn't work that way so i didn't you know when i was twenty years old or even eighteen getting a high school i didn't say hey i want to grow up and be a financial adviser you know things happen i think people can identify with that path of least resistance i wound up with a degree in economics and finance and university of florida university florida right grew up here in florida and then wound up in chicago we're going to the board of trade in new york for a while and bottom line if you spend if you grew up in florida and you spend some time in chicago and then you spend some time in new york you start thinking about moving back to florida so we started this company almost will actually now over twenty years ago so help people with their financial lives all the time especially well actually only when they're nearing and in retirement and a lot of different things happen that help us accumulate wealth maybe it saving investing over the years it could be sometimes an inheritance happens every so often but whether it's an inheritance or an unlikely lottery win you might come into a large sum of money one day it's possible and when you do it's critical that you get professional advice and attorney danielle mayoress gave yahoo finance an example of how that can really pay off there was a case of a huge powerball winner in rhode island who won over two hundred million dollars and she was very smart she created an irrevokable trough paying the taxes took the money in a lump sum payment put all of it into the trust and the trust actually had her visions as to how she could take the money out from the trust and how could use it the reason i wanted to talk about the.

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"florida university florida" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"That the first since 2010 so congratulations on that victory i wish i could provide some sort of odd takes on it but i don't know what to him tang apoe true true basketball and i fatos zero dead to the college basketball this year it's not that much of a college basketball fan yes i know i went to syracuse comes of slack d do you think will i know the answer to this but i wanna ask you is houston eight bandwagon sports town because i see people on my time line who lavigne's seat talk about the cougars back while seen all year can you blame couvert fans are being a little bandwagoning i think a lot of people grew up rooting for texas or texas saying and either they didn't get into those two schools or they couldn't afford to go to those two schools and you go to the university of houston and navy there your secondary team and when they're doing really well which is not that often you root for them join lindsey now hurt yes seeking about that race okay ekapat down although the banderas i i think i think part of it is that the cougars are never anyone's at primary team when you've grown up ruining for somebody else but i think for some people that actually went to the school they did taken on it's a weird dynamic growing up going a high school in the state and then when you get rejected or donen of going to the college that you want to go to like i when i was in florida for high school there's so many people that wanted to go to florida which is the best state school in the in the in the in florida university florida florida state is a club is a distant second and then everything after that is really really below that central florida south florida etcetera and a lot of people that were die hard florida fans got rejected by florida at one to florida state became die hard florida state fans out of spite which i thought was an interesting dynamic but i think when we're talking about cougar fans i think i can understand why when the teams usually aren't that competitive from a basketball or football standpoint over the last twenty years or so you can understand why that's that's the mindset like guy i don't i don't i don't eight.

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"florida university florida" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Had a really solve side his they gave a story was writing science fiction they were those story called her way and do you have that book by any chance at lee road yet it yeah will you be published because i love science fiction we had that in common and actually my publisher heads public it's called letters is the sideboard has my sciencefiction story in it in in the back at least science fiction story per week we have we've got it published i'm so proud of my publisher we're doing that gold letters to the cyborg original work before trim i have it all at skopje worth of sorts since may eleven 63 dr berry servants now i read the book called dr mary's makia had their mom had that was all about using monkey bars now you hear about this mk ultra mind control in all this is what it really is is monkey kidney monkey kid the that's what they used murai the mk of mk ultra and people laugh at you but that's exactly why was from that group mars for mindcontrol in eluded acronym that was huge lacey a but those acronyms could be used other ways yes sir but yeah you really through when at me from the hang on would expect the uh we we're working very hard people say how can you be like that remember i came from florida where i sell those tuning rumbling down deke websites all live close going down to key west dummy we were on the brink of everything and the bay of pigs i had been taught by anticastro friends okay how horrible kennedy was i'd i'd martin kennedy was highschool bit by the time i reach a florida university florida and all these friends were telling me and i dated you know leave with surprised at how much i knew and that's why he and others thought i was in on the secret side i hit the agents for example tony lopez percent with me of cuba's finance minister rupel says for skit you'd had to flee the united states was look it was an american so i came with all kinds of prejudices lucy arca you.

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"florida university florida" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Got training dirty so here we could do something bad so we poured beer over start instead the other thing that i didn't know was lee harvey oswald russe only twenty four years old he's a young kid 23 when netting it was only a few weeks twenty four when he died before save you from a knifewielding suck he with all the home carl's bartels car he was a tough marine and but he had a really solve side his birthday he was doing was writing science fiction the world that story called her way and do you have that book by any chance to lee road you're it yeah we published because i love science fiction we have that in common too and actually my publisher has public it's called letters to decide board has my place fiction stories in it in in the back at least science fiction story her way way we have it we've got it published i'm so proud of my publisher we're doing that call letters to the cyborg original v work before tra i have it in skopje worth a fortune may eleven 63 dr barry schurbon now i read the book called dr mary's monkey i had him on and that was all about using monkey fires now you hear about this mk ultra mind control in all of this it isn't what it really is is monkey kidney monkey kidney and that's what they used murai was the mko of mk ultra and people laugh at you but that's exactly why was groups ars from line control and it was an acronym that was huge but i see a but those acronyms can be used other ways yes sir but yeah you really through let me from the negligible expecting we were working very hard people think how can you be like that remember i came from florida where i sell those tanks rumbling down the key wednesday solid mcnichols going down to key west i mean we were on the brink of everything and the bay of pigs i had been taught by anticastro friends okay how horrible kennedy was i'd i'd martin kennedy what is high school but by the tide leg reach a florida university florida and all these friends were telling me and i gated do you know league would prizes the how much i do and that's why he and others thought i was.

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"florida university florida" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"florida university florida" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Dirty him up so he could do something bad sweet poured beer over started instead of now the other thing that i didn't know was lee harvey oswald was only twenty four years old he's a young kid he's 23 netting it was only a few weeks twenty four when he died we save you for life the ugh homelands carlos bartels car he was a tough marine and but he has a really solve side his figgy was doing was writing science fiction that you wrote a story called her way and do you have that book by any chance that lee road yet yeah we publish it's not night 'cause i love science fiction you see we have that in common too and actually my publisher has published it's called letters to the sideboard has my sciencefiction stories in it it in the back is lease science fiction story for wait we have it we've got it published them so proud of my publisher we're doing that gold letters to the cyborg original we worked for for trim i have it all at skopje worth a fortune may eleven 63 dr barry schurbon now i read the book called dr mary's makia i had him on and that was all about using monkey fires now you hear about this mk ultra mind control in all of this it isn't what it really is is monkey kidney monkey kid they and that's what they used murai was the mk of mk ultra and people laugh at you but that's exactly why it was going to have regrouped admires from mindcontrol and it was an acronym phd can you can be hit away it here today yeah you really that went out me from the nagla expecting we were working very hard people say how can you be like that remember i came from florida where i sell those tanks rumbling down the key wednesday sold missiles going down to key west i mean we were on the brink of everything in the bay of pigs i had been taught by lane anticastro friends okay how horrible kennedy was i admire kennedy what is high school but by the time we reach uh florida's university florida and all these friends were telling me and i gated do you know leave with the life how much i do and that's why he and other start i was in other secret i iis dated.

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