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"frank ston" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Now. It's time for the last word with Lawrence, O'Donnell leaving arts Jimmy ritual, and we have. Alice Frank Ston joining US tonight. She is at the moment, the next best thing to marry trump because she is a lifetime friend of Mary trump's and knows very well and spoke to her spent a lot of time with her while Mary Trump was writing the book that was so featured on your show last night, and so she's going to tell us what she knows about how this book came about and what she knows about this This relationship that married trump has with not just her uncle, donald but the rest of the family. And how's that going now? Yeah. That's fascinating I'm so glad you've got her I. Mean we're in this unusual situation? Where Mary Trump's book is in the hands of some journalists, and it's coming out next week, but she herself is still like legally precluded from speaking about what she wrote the book about. You're going to get as close as anybody can get. Ashtray. Princeton is authorized to speak for Mary trump. This is not just a friend raising her hand and saying hey, I, know her I have something to say this is this is a kind of carefully arranged way of doing this at this stage. This is exciting I'm this is I'm I'm riveted. Already. Go Learn. Get home and watch. Thank you ritual. Okay well by. Donald Trump. Has No power to open schools in America none. Let me repeat that. Donald Trump has no power to open schools in America, but he does have the power to read the President's daily brief. And studied the intelligence reports in that brief about all of the threats to Americans and American soldiers that the intelligence community can can find anywhere in the world. Donald Trump's niece has written a book which we will discuss later on this hour. Will Lifetime friend of hers as I just mentioned. And in that book. Donald. Trump's niece explains why the current president of the United States does not care enough. About protecting American lives around the world, including American military lives or the lives of American, School Children Mary Trump's book says that Donald Trump's father was a. High functioning sociopath, and that his mother was quote emotionally and physically absent, and that left Donald Trump quote fundamentally incapable of acknowledging the suffering of others. Donald Trump does not care. That is not news, but the ways in which donald trump does not care become clear whenever new matters of presidential concern emerge in the news. The Donald Trump clearly does not care about. There is no real dispute that Donald. Trump did not care about the children that he was putting in cages at our southern border. Donald Trump wanted his voters to now. That he was putting those kids in cages, and absolutely did not care about those children, and he wanted his voters to know that he felt that way because Donald. Trump believes that that's one of the very big reasons that those voters voted for him. That, he does not care. About anyone. At our southern border. Donald Trump doesn't care about American soldiers who may face a greater threat math Ghanistan, because what Putin is paying to have them killed Donald. Trump doesn't care about anyone currently enrolled in any public school in America Donald Trump doesn't know anyone who attends a public school or works in a public school from where he sits in any one of his homes, Donald Trump has no idea which direction to go to find a public school, but Donald Trump wants all public schools to go back to normal in the coming academic year starting in August. But not private schools. Not The rich kid private schools that his kids have gone to. Donald trump is not pretending. That he will tell private schools what to do just public schools. He threatened today. His typical empty threat way to cut funding for public schools that don't open up and pretend that everything is okay in August and September. That will never happen Donald. Trump will not cut one penny of funding for schools, because of how they deal with the corona virus. I want every school in America to open and get back to normal. As soon as it is safe. Donald Trump wants every school in America to open and get back to normal period. He doesn't care if it's safe and by now Donald. Trump knows if that happened. This August millions of people would get sick very quickly. Students, teachers, parents, and anyone who lives near a student or teacher or parent, which means everyone in America would be no more than one or two degrees of separation from corona virus infection. Donald Trump knows people will die. If that happens, it's not going to happen, but if it did happen. People would die. Students would die. Children would die. Teachers would die. He knows that. Donald Trump knows that he's in the middle of a big bluff right now about being the pro schools president, this is the new Republican game of the week and the Republican governor of Florida is playing it exactly the way. You'd expect Republicans to play this game. Just lying about this news reports indicated that Florida's Governor and the State Education Commissioner have ordered. Ordered all Florida schools to open. That's the headline that ran yesterday. But the fine print in that order shows that it is not an order. It is a hope it is. A sort of suggestion at best because at the bottom of page, two of the so-called water from the state of the Florida. Department of Education. It says quote the day-to-day decision to open or close. A school must always rest locally with the board or executive, most closely associated with a school. This Republican order..
"frank ston" Discussed on Uncommon
"Keep up to date with climbed the same search at uncommon on this show with that being said. Let's get into the episode. My guess this way. Y'All should know by now the role dump previous besides if he died. Then faulk looking the links. But we go. Neil call hat CAA luke. Kidul and Louis spy's gents. This isolation session minded renamed the PODCAST uncommon. We're getting pretty common. Will these guests returning? We're sort of in a bit of a pickle right it's like. What do we do while? We're all restricted. And doing these fucking remind podcast. Do we do new guests and we basically decide. Gone Okay. Let's revisit. What run is doing with their life now? That all the shit's happening in the different industries. But it's working out so far. I guess it's just shit. I think we actually were originally going to do an in person podcast with the four of us. Anyone would walla guy. Yeah longtime ago. Would that new studio you got the background? Looks Real Nice? It's definitely ole changed. Since we lost came in. Yeah we go over to the table so would have just been lot the four of US sitting back on that Wolter Pity bit look. They look better than all of out. Setups even yours right now. Looks better than all of our minds. I've gotTA curtain behind me meals recording in the sun. I'm just blatantly offended because this is my actual podcast set up behind me. Which means it just looks sheet over to you now. Speaking of love has frampton. Louis honestly it's fucking bride. I feel like I'm at home. I'm around people I feed him. It's great it's the Best I'm in ninety on a Franks dinar your enticingly Miguel. Yeah Yeah I just moved out. Twenty six years old. Finally out of MOM's house are moving are moving out moving up moving straight down into Frank Ston and so finally. Your morale is currently as high as the crime rate which is really fucked up. It'd be that happy about living there. Honestly it's it's awesome. I'm surrounded by people ever again ceremony. Good looks of my shirts. I'm like winning when a guy down the local shops. Looks like you lose your shoes. You say them consider. Should I rob this man in daylight? You Got Fox and a good choice when I got these nikes Jesus Christ apart from that Lewis you sick I the last four weeks. You're a bit sick for wall. What has been happening in your life. Man I'm living my best life honestly this isolation Shit Lebron's complaining about arguments. Mark Friends his going out on.
"frank ston" Discussed on Lace Out AFL Podcast
"And Jesus. Christ what's what's what's a Gulf. Nate Chipping Chipping Net and little pizza places. Well what's so you just basically setting yourself up inside now in my garage will be a driving range. It'll be it'll be able to measure distances of mullins a you issue. You should have some youtube channels gone. I could but it'd be the you wouldn't want to take any more tips well mop. I'm like do you do a video on setting up an indoor setting up an indoor range in the garage could do that Is a lot of Nawaz good as gone? You and the Gulf Hassard could get in cahoots on wall Gulf House Dot Gov House Hesse Gulf. What's drums Vega drama in Gulf the Gulf bloc's? Wc would stuff to lose you. Use the one near Neil what's that one code the golf club off the Gulf? Just just nuts. It's a it's a shop and it's just sort of off the off oils. Golf. I do little videos. Mc Hooks up. Now let's let's get into the food and it's only tightness third and a half minutes to get to the point. Where do you want to stop because you write some notes? Dan and Jane is so you'll treacle things. What do you WanNa Guy Beaming? Okay so let's let's start with. Let's start with the news. This week was around. What do we do with the VFL? So Craig Jennings. Who spent some time with North Essendon Western and currently with North Melbourne in the system? And I F- I'll system believes that the COMPASSI relevant and will not be necessary beyond twenty twenty Due to the costings and how basically that The game is becoming. Afl is one level of AFL as another level and it basically no longer lawn locked that once. Where if we look at it. Very recent example northbound The Northern Blues Gone That Count Partnership is gone. That's been split up and then you've got a bunch of standalone clubs Melbourne Williamstown Franks Opole Melvin. Yep sorry pulled Albany to just say Melvin could could collapse under this with no fans coming into watch them Tickets now be silent Knight. Food styles These standalone clubs currently they could collapse so we have a very very small via foul In the twenty in in Twenty. Twenty one doesn't have relevance anymore pips does via fell having relevant. I felony the problem with the F. L. IS EXACTLY. I think it's Nine Bay with me when away. The when we think the value fell it was twelve. It was the twelve teams twelve Victorian teams all the eleven victorian teams and in the CD once that was the AFL. Then it transpires in the I felt when they brought the mean a lot of those small Outside clubs that were part of the original. They disappeared you. Franken's disappeared. Preston disappeared although abroad into brought into the fall by the club's Novum bylanes selflessly being pressed him abroad. Ing Box Hill box hill were inbreeding as the whole affiliate where be was still a williamstown was still the but it lost. It's lost its original. Feel if it might also you gotta remember the AF. I used to play sixteen aside so there was a difference in the way that I played football as well so when it all sort of merged into one it lost. It's lost. Its feel and now that the with what's happened with this whole grain of ours thing it's GonNa make it massively tough because clubs are going to go. Well you know it's not just the AFL or you know what's GonNa go with the Women's League yet. Look at that as well on on a done. Think it'll go because I'd be quite surprised but a wouldn't be surprised if it disappeared but I don't think it's going to run at the Y. That will always love it to sort of put self away from the if the I fell teams and back to their own. Comp I just I think you're gonna see that anymore and so I'd be really disappointed. These are I remember. I remember a God. I used to play with standardized. Kill Gary Sheldon. He won a medal. He also played in the non eighteen. Nine Coburg Premiership team and I'M GONNA mcdonagh. That guy was a windy hill and that was one of the best experiences. Remember from football solder things and because it wasn't did it do another applies couldn't care less but it was a different type of football. It was that was that was more professional than your local leagues. But it was just on that fell so it was. It was a completely different experience. What cute it was a when they when they first got rid of the AFL per sale or the reserves competition and neons all these gun kids and all these implies back into the local leagues push play pay a plight payments went completely through the roof and so what was almost that the the local lakes took over from what was originally designed to do. And then when you say clubs going out on their own we'll then you club seating they again. Well what do we do if you're the northern blades per se who've been around for goodness knows how many years Preston getting to know the bullets and then completely completely Chine Jr? What do you do your lanes? You're going to have to fall in line. Look it's it's really. It's really disappointing. It's really disappointing. Looks at a wood-based prostate complete. Because that's it's. It's a huge history a long long history and it's jarring on its history. What do you mean a happy you will you go? You've got the you've got the Vega Fi and the AFL which really only started back in nineteen ninety. So you've only really got. What's that twenty thirty Thirties a history on talking before talking before the bath towel. I'm going back to verify history. I'm talking about it via fi sort of things don't VfL be well. Let ask you this. Hips let me ask you this. Quick look through the list of metal windows in the twenties I can get about five or six. I L lists of the winners of the medals really out of all of us twenty years. What's The relevance these was the relevance of this is actually making to the NFL? Hell of a lot off is to let me just cannot control of some roll offs implies Gary Ablett Senior Vice. Just Huma Theory Gary Ablett. Sonia robot. Flour Bob Skilton Tony Lockett you. Probably Take Tony out if you see where I'm going with this and let's pick a couple more Nathan Buckley now. None of those guys WanNa Premiership but would you say that they would not good place. Because I played in the Flag Way. Molem pick it has. What's the purpose of the AFL CLUBS? It's gotta be it's it should be to fall and this is where this is where the waters of ninety because it used to be a bit of a feeding ground for place to get drafted. Mckay but now what's happened is is that if you have a look at those lists you got what your value game or a via Feldstein. You've got twenty two and I have a twenty third main American half half to three quarters of the people in that. Vfl Vive sorry via the AFL EAST. So the whole purpose of it where it was more of a breeding ground to get people in doesn't make much sense because basically joe team. Yeah now when you say from a listen. Medal perspective legal. I agree with you but there are some fantastic plays that have come out of the vehicle that would never got a chance to get and I'll put this a perfect example is if you haven't already had to listen to it. I had a chance to sit down and have a conversation with Sean Smith last week. We know he played Melvin took arguably the mcenery plight at North Melbourne as well when he goes into all these concussions in the state of the game and the skills of the game and number of other things people may or may not know is that he finished up at North Melbourne. Inau nineteen ninety. I think it was three could be wrong. Played it wherever he and third in the list of middle fifty one goals picked up Melbourne that next year. What was a year for that though? Ninety four ninety five ninety five and that was his first year Melbourne and then he had a downside to that and they fall for hobbies injuries to his tall but the trying to make is that he went back to a system which was outside and he could flourish again and he was given that opportunity and there are a number of. I'll put it this way. By fritzie placement Melvin he came through the VfL system. Channon is another one who's come through that via system mile and pick it has come through From over in the waffle basically fuel saying close the AFL. What waffles. No good a sign that the samples shot decide that the Northern Territory League the Quavo? The New South Wales will shut the mold in well. They're in a different position. What position because they're not aligned clubs such as the Such as Vfl a different or do we need to look at maybe a restructuring where clubs. I just have no association whatsoever potentially on either Port Adelaide had done that with the MEG. Positive Sandoval yet So we had players playing on different clubs would villain clubs and we had to get that association but what? I'm talking about going forward. Twenty twenty. Let's go back to when you told me Sean Smith that happened fifteen years ago when the NFL was just a notch below the AFL level. Yep now at almost seems locked the AFL is created because the next that is the EPA. You might think it's like a lot. Isn't it it? Just it's it's just assignment every play. Who talks coming into the fell system? Says that it is literally like it's it's if they afoul is is is a one. Iflb's at ten. This everything is different about speed. The scales the structures. Everything is different yet. So what I'm saying is going forward. Can Clubs afford to carry a competition that may not be necessary to help them improve the think? The issue is what you've just said een should clubs beyond now if they weren't aligned. I'll be odd before wholeheartedly. Because it is an alternative used to remember when the pliers used to go down to Williamstown or go to where it will go to whichever club and all five of them agree with that but this whole thing has muddied. The waters look at clubs. Who Stand alone you? You'd have to look at what Paul Melbourne couple easy with one of I WANNA VfL As a stand alone club. Yup that's that's massive. You consider you. Playing against clubs have got huge. Bank balances facilities. You could only dream of and they were clubbed down pull Melba Barra. Who are able to do something that that is. They're the ones that are really fearful that one williamstown. Where'RE BE Franks into full? Because they have literally Frank Frank Ston Yet. Nothing yet ahead. Fulton Avenue Bancroft Blossom B. B..
"frank ston" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"In the US or canada remember the old days of computers they talked about something called a killer app up remember that the killer app f- the first killer app i'm gonna think i'm thinking was on the apple two was called visit calc to remember that the first spreadsheet affect i want is it CAS this year ran into bob franken who is one of the two guys dan brooklyn i think did the wrote the software bob frank ston designed at thought up the idea ran the business bob still around great guy and you know he's just wandering around kind of unrecognized ES i said to my wife who was a finance person i at least at least a career you know pop franks who's that said lisa if it weren't for bob frank ston your life would be a lot harder he invented ended the spreadsheet bob who's very self-sufficient whether dan brickland really wrote the software i said bob take credit visit calc that was the first killer app that sold apple twos like craziest first time anybody used apple twos in business because they suddenly they could do this thing spreadsheet which prior to visit calc the way people did it was a piece of paper and pencil with an eraser and they it'd make table they'd write down all the numbers and then they race and.
"frank ston" Discussed on The Flow Artists Podcast
"Let's get onto the conversation with emily. May breath well emily. Thanks so much for coming in meeting with us today so good too heavy here picture. We could just start with lou bit of your background where you grew up shorts. I'm melvin born and bred grew up in the eastern suburbs of melbourne. I have lived in my whole. Life traveled a lot but of always lived in what brought. UT so that's a really interesting question. I got into yoga about nine years ago and it was a friend of mine came home from london and she was is really getting into yoga and she said we should give it a you know let's go into a class and it was actually save and i mean you're are different now. There's a studio in every corner but edano years ago. There wasn't so i looked up found one unease abe was hard time to find one and found one in glen waverley places and we went. I really liked it. I used to do calisthenics l. cynics when i was younger and i only like this so i after that costs i then found the studio close to harm and did it and i just loved it and within within a couple of months. I'm like i need to learn how to teach this so i did it for a year and then the next year i did a teacher training but one of the reasons why really resonated with me not only because i did calisthenics but uh when i was younger i was actually quite sick. I had unfortunately was misdiagnosed by some doctors in had a little pain in my knees and it's a long story short but i often in a wheelchair was unable to walk and so lots of doctors surgeons with us and some others. That's the worst problem we've ever saying. I was gonna have a couple of neo perations and my dad said nori because i was too young and at the time was little bit frustrated but was actually really grateful and then it was just one it was at my mum's cousin's house in mount martha and she had been diabetic and she had been trying some treatments with this lady whose energy hilo she's like you should try what sort of helped her with her and so on and so i was like so i seek obtain sick. I'm like sure so in a few weeks later. I went down to the frank ston and saw this lady and as soon as she saw me struggling out of the car and try to walk up the stairs. She's like how's your back. Emily nothing wrong with my back combine. She let me on the table and i was completely crooked and she's like you have a problem. You actually have a back problem. The pain is referred from your knees and still to this day. Remember saying to her so does that mean i need to go and have my spine fused and she said i'll help heal your help trait you and within a couple of days days i was walking and my thing that i wanted was that some of my favorite band podium and all i wanted to do he's got to stand up at that concert and left guard that constantly out of stand up and six weeks later i was standing up and ideas and i song came on and i was in tears because i was just if often not stand up my alex would fall underneath me and it didn't happen so so i guess you're fan of the song evenflo. I have heard that same jama. I am a lot. I've heard that song about fifty times so yes..
"frank ston" Discussed on From the Files
"He relocated to Australia where he's articles have featured fating many of the country's major publications Hayes covered a number of high profile criminal cases including the Clem on serial killings which way away touting episode dirty of Case Fall in this episode of from the falls team speaks with us about the long history of the clam on investigation and explains the latest updates from a recent pretrial hearing and what to expect from the upcoming trial before we start our interview with Tim here era of the latest case updates for this month the previous episode of from the files faded and update relating to episode twenty three the Frank Ston a serial killer specifically health and financial struggles of Brian and Combo Russell who facing the likelihood of having to sell that family home of over two two decades the couple's property phages upon trade. I planted in Nineteen ninety-three which stands as a living memorial to their seventeen year old daughter Natalie Italy following her motor on July thirty of that year. The local community has rallied around the Russel's with their grandson. Ben Naught launching a Gofundme Fund me campaign that has raised almost forty thousand five hundred dollars tonight China Non television program a current affair has recently reported the couples homestead was purchased loss month binding Vesta who is happy to allow Brian and Comal to remain..
"frank ston" Discussed on Deadly Discussions
"I'm your host Isaac Harrison before we get started like to acknowledge. The traditional landon is on the land who recorded that will run DRI people of the Kulin nation so my guests today is poll Paul Hughes <hes> who specializes says and a few different things but notably being part of a successful software company that works in the H._r.. spicing correct me if I'm wrong pool and now working it <hes> culture I am doing great things there <hes> but that's more than what polls really up to and we'd like to hear about his add on man adventure and if you're the stories is that he has from working in corporate Australia and some of the challenges faced <hes> Chana teach people to do the right thing <hes> and the sometimes <hes>. I'm not so good situation so welcome to the show Paul. Thank you exacted so now that's x amount so glad that you came on. I know we met it's on the recently a couple a month ago. I think it is at an event that I was invited to to speak at at and since then we've stayed in touch and and built a bit of a <hes> a friendship it's <hes> saying been also my pretty short period of time. It's been <hes> it's been great man. Yeah it's excellent so do you want to start off with a little bit of <hes> sort of how you got up to working unite and Melvin <hes> this today and what you've done. I've lost a couple of years and so you'll you'll business all your upbringing as well. You can even tie that into yeah for sure and you know I <hes> I've grown up in Australia by Glasgow Scotland and <hes> six years old we came to dry. They're pretty much growing up and all the way to turn by technology and computing and match and stuff at school <hes> was that why oriented so I I had this real passion to want to get into <hes> doing in computer programming and just spending my career <hes> building software and that was kind of like the really exciting thing for me and it was interesting 'cause ah so how did all the usual stuff with that a study computer science company programming and one of the things like explicitly say back in those days it was a nickel WANNA get into management ladyship description. Just it was <hes> I was adamant about that was like would you want for doing that and they're like about three years. In I suddenly find myself collectively in this issue <hes> like like leading projects annual it was that was actually really tough too because we were a startup Yanni and there was a you know that we have ups and downs and and it felt like the whole white and success of the company was resting on my team the next version of the software so I went went through those I knew a couple of ship water stress <hes> I noticed waking up every not just <hes> very anxious about about how to deal with things on Bryce my pain but it really took its toll and I lost my health in a pretty big way. Having someone who's into into a physical stuff is worldwide could be cloudy and a bunch of things kid but I told me look like a couple of years and had idea twenty fatigue syndrome and yeah it was that was a real bad one. I still Kinda push it in front of the way through it but I get to the point where I had to really pull who back a little bit and and also confidence in my in my really shipping various things that aren't so tough place thinking what about refund funding for the thing and I want to do engineering leadership and he sort of did a whole bunch of things started happening before the poll and let's take it back to so. Where did you <hes> so? What was your schooling homeschooling so school was in Franklin School? Go Jump From College Yeah Dan this would have the by their in say from Seaford some very familiar with Frank Ston yeah and then so it'll state university and University of Monash in quite yeah okay and so when you you're enrolled at Monash would have any idea what you actually I'm going to do it. SORTA came about organically. 'cause I'm thinking about computer science what years what would spend in you know he's ninety three Fisher Union and actually one of the high school I did this. <hes> this test that you answer multiple choice question was meant to tell you what the best career if he would be this tip and it said <hes> chemical engineer I was GonNa Kohler that off and <hes> a winston this weekend but I suppose still high school and I was on the chemical engineering track for the whole weekend and spent the entire torpoint wishing. I was on the computer songs with cable programming in the West that weekend and I'm like what are you doing like. I was passionate about competing competing and so like you know I'm GonNa go to that Yup yeah well and so that's that's what you signed up for. When you finish yeah excellent and so what's the the practical examples of what you'll be doing for your practice and what sort of things should be studying back in the early nineties in Iran computer you too science yeah the whole mixture of things like <hes>? Some of the stuff is in the early stages 'cause doing projects on that <hes> like Sweetie computer graphics is a big passion of mine just around the time and <hes> the picks starting toy story yeah and so they're always yeah. It was like riding one treasure like render. which is you know take some definition of <hes> same intensity into the actually winded graphics <hes> <hes> yeah and I was actually thinking of heading down that also maybe computer gaming was another thing that was interesting as <hes> but yeah <hes> what I did I finished my my only and did my follow presentation and in the audience was a go I grabbed it would seem their because they be engineering for the subway company and <hes> he came up with the pledge me and said do you WanNa have a chat and <hes> and I had this <hes> I had I two job offers that were given to the Union was for a Game Company building playstation games the only other words to come as self development to this company cooled self associates yeah and it was really interesting because part of me was computer games and it might have seen booking no-brainer to get of course has his pool towards the other one and I couldn't really describe it like couldn't explain why was getting live with it otherwise about saying that's the pop and <hes> and took the job then we'll you know been more ginny but that set in motion a really long interesting popping AH company will and when I look back on that season is like <hes> I'm really glad I made the decision? I did too so much yeah yeah yeah. Can I can definitely sympathize and understand that as many times in my life you actually end up in renewables was decision to stay on the tools at let me try it as a as a glazier which was set fixed income enough certainty their We start off and <HES> and I'm sorry grateful that I took that leap of faith back then and it was the same thing it was a poll. It was a a leading way okay. You dislike everything else on the surface says to do a but for some reason that you can't quantify it says to do be and and <hes> many people out I may be gone to be successful in their lives have all talked about this on quantify bull gut feeling or <hes> you know leading that you dislike into what I know where to go so now that's excellent so then you go so you say yes to this job yeah and then you you sign up. Even then what happens then yeah and there's interesting you know company. This company had been the Australian Software Development Group for hedge each pay building some really interesting things will will building in the tech industry there though building like a an actual programming language and the whole ecosystem that time competitive job us always really competing kind of stuff and that pay pay at the time shut down a whole bunch of their software webs around the world this group of people in in the early ninety seven themselves out of out of work and they were they were at the pub after but that won't happen and one of the engineers said you know we could keep going and and do something with with this thing will be working on and Kinda rally people once that those those employees about fifteen or so of them essentially started their own company and they you know they H- H P sold them intellectual property pretty for one dollar transaction and he's provided them <hes> some office space and hardware and so this kind of start up form that was that this previously probably company and <hes> and then number year so we're all joins actually just got to the point where the company was back to. I fooled salaries to people who whole bunch of in that was a real struggle and it really did have his family feel because it really was those people who put their heart and soul into this believed in and it was openness and transparency and and a will to get us that was <hes> was really great. That's amazing what you said about the one Dollah I've I pay nominal sent from H._p.. Why was it one dollars is something they like look? It's not gonNa work and this whole thing you've been working on isn't got a future so yes sure you can have it for one dollar like what was sort of the reasoning behind that. What are your thoughts nothing? There's a time probably doesn't really know but this is the sense I got from. It was <hes> well has been able to make this decision worldwide like the <hes> I think the local <hes> local ladyship really sort of promise in the paper when the stuff they're doing whatever they could do to help them so we'll r._p._M.. What am I gonNA charge you a dollar for help you? We'll still embed tons. What kind of stuff even though we probably can't do it so the real no cutting goodwill by being I think yeah that's that's excellent? I love that hearing that sort of stuff because you do you wish you probably wish people the best list and then when you saw those good things vine often in time they come back to in Amman opie overnight and not be transactional things straight away but it comes back around you know those sorts of relationships at time and time again so you're joining paying salaries well. That's a good thing <hes> things are starting to take off and so what what happens <hes> from there what happens with the growth happens with the taking on the via projects that biting off more than you can choose. It's sort of the next step in the process for this company or what happens at yeah so you know the workings the vote if assist us and <hes> and really <hes> enjoying them doing some really good things things and yeah we were we continue to grow the company were we went from being employee owned effectively to taking on venture capital funding Asia Australia and then would would go on to take <hes> to live up to the <hes> a U._S..
"frank ston" Discussed on Conversations
"Spirit of young people particularly kids who don't fit the traditional academic mold. It's called foundation for young Australians or F. Y.. A. IN CONNECTING WITH YOUNG PEOPLE JAN draws on her own experience growing up up of having lots to offer and at the same time of causing a fair bit of trouble for the adults around her Harjanne Hi Sarah Tell me that you are in very first moneymaking enterprise as a kid well. I had a couple really early. I my first enterprise was the classic <hes> really lemonade. Stand really it's no other way of saying it where I grew up out side of Kenmore and Pinjarra hills else and in those days literally two cars went by a day one was my dad and so I sold one glass of lemonade every day to my debt on his way home from work so it was it was an early venture I would call it an early filed venture lots of learning but Dan I got a bit smarter and this is what's great about entrepreneurship. You need to actually find out where is the market and so my dad worked at the University of Queensland and and he found out that actually now the power of the university which is the veterinary surgeries veterinary school they were you know they actually they still might do it today and I it's not even great talking about it but they do dissections on rats and mice but also toes because as everybody in Queens Line knows toads <hes> endemic and even an epidemic and so we found out that they were desperate for toad so <hes> with my three brothers I think I was about ten and my three brothers are all younger than me. We set up kind of Toads Inc.. I was the CEO and that involved every night going out into Al into our property and catching toads and the head feet alive have which was even worse I mean how did you disgusting well. I didn't catch them. I stood with a tour as the as CEO just instructing and my brothers would take ice cream you know kind of containers and how you catch Toda's you put the big container on top and you slide the lid underneath and then they poke holes in it so the toad doesn't die because happier live and yeah and so we did really well so did each of those toads have to get transport it in its own contain then we put them in a massive teen rubbish Bin and all night that would jump hitting the top of the been like you would just lie awake at night hearing these Porto's like longing for release the liberation and then we put them into a sack and my poor mother would drive them to the university with them jumping in the second Becker Bell Station Wagon. It was quite there were lots of people involved in toting. I think about my mother go any any compensation either. which is do you remember what you got paid for a sack load of fifty cents a toad which is not bad? You know twenty five years ago whatever or more than that and yeah I took of course the most it was my dear I was AC- and my brother's got enough to get musk sticks or something. Did you spend your profits was always obsessed with music and when I was a kiss always always just wanting to get the next big pays of music usually a single bit of vinyl says it very retro now great sort of <hes> currency of how many toads for for for for a single and I- Quyen was coming coming out so <hes> so awesome to see that movie right now behavior up city that yes so it was great. It was really good. Do you think Jen that <hes> Fakih is now making a life that they want. Is that harder than when when you were running toting. I actually think it's easier because genuinely when I was that kid number one my my family thought that I was kind of crazy <hes> and also cited my school my teachers ages. I mean really I remember hearing the Word Entrepreneur Way way later in life like in my late twenties I met <hes> <hes> the woman who set up the body shop and it was profound I just I met this woman. She was also doing entrepreneurship for good so she would go and work in a whole lot of different communities around the world and actually give women economic empowerment through having their products buying the person listen. I just thought this is unbelievable. You could be an entrepreneur and you could use it for good but I hadn't heard the word entrepreneur. I grew up in an academic family school. There was nothing in school about entrepreneurship and if that people who went into business was a bit like so you know where it was the second or third cousin because you couldn't get a profession so kids now if they're gotten idea. If there's something that I want to start. How do they make that happen differently than the lemonade stand at the the bottom of the driveway? He'll the codes well they. I mean fortunately now. We're thinking a lot more about enterprise education and learning and certainly at if I with you know we're running one of the biggest programs in Australia. We've got thirty thousand the students involved in a program called twenty boss about that what happened well for one term. <hes> yeah <hes> year seven eight nine ten mostly across the country get twenty dollars a real twenty dollars and in that term you've got to set up a business people planet purpose prophet and you can pull your twenty dollars which lots of students do and in that what would credit curriculum really with teaches across tech or science or economics or English somehow all using this curriculum them to teach and then in that process students are setting up business. What kind of businesses have kids come up what kinds of visiting two and a half thousand businesses set up in the last three years by fifteen year olds in this country but there's lots lots and lots of focus on ups up <hes> cycling recycling so you know one of my favorites is the young students who were in you know Frank Stern where you know you really hang onto your money and Frank Ston? It's not enough splashing it around and they <hes> collected offcuts of wood from all around the community just literally walked picked up bits of would turn these pieces of wood into amazingly beautiful artisan kind of wood craftsmanship and then sold them they pulled their money right at the end and went to market and they sold them at the markets and made a martyr. I went to visit the school and came home with twenty bread boards for everybody on you for Christmas but you know from that through to kind of tech platforms through to the <hes> one of my favorites is the the boys from centrality and high in <hes> intake which is not an A._B._C. Program. That's a real name of his school and they actually look down the school so the teachers are looking at it on the chubs decide and set up a boot camp and basically great sorry grant Graham Hill to the teachers into boot camp the teachers were liberated and relieved at the end of term and they took that business out of school so the fifteen year olds running bootcamp going to school and obviously doing a bit of sport because I need people people who do sport would come up with the idea but you know we've just seen thousands of these and the idea and the international research says if you practice this kind of failing and learning and failing over and over again and we encourage people join different thing every year a different business every year you learn and you build a lot of resilience and you learn a lot about failure so it's not just about business. It's about the skills and capabilities that again make much more flexible and much more adaptive in. Changing work environment and he's your thinking Janet kids are a lot of kids anyway have those skills they just don't have the chance to give lease to them. In in regular schooling yeah our research said that something like forty eight or fifty percent of students who participated saying twenty dollar the boss said it had never occurred to them ever that they could run something but they were now vitally deeply interested in that idea and for a country where you know small business is very important to our economy <hes> to solve business. This is very important in a changing world of work where we know that people are going to go through transitions so it's not that you're going to do that your whole life but you might offer some of your life and then there's just a group of young people who just need the opportunity like I did but it wasn't there to be entrepreneurial in the environment and also to have that <hes> credential is in some ways so you know I met a young woman. Yesterday I was up in the northern rivers of New South Wales talking about youth on in under employment was a fifteen eighteen year old young woman they echoed Holly Some of Oh not who set up her first business and she was also about eight and she's an out to a third or fourth but you know she talks about it as the learning around how to work with others how to collaborate but also <hes> empathy you know some of it businesses of Bain around providing services differently to people and she just talks eloquently about this learning in this way of learning and I think entrepreneurship enterprise education is also a way of Villeneuve very immersive its hands on. It's using tech. It's it's much more suited to where we're going. In this kind of immersive world where you've got to do not just write about things or write an essay you need to get experience in terms of your own growing up Jan besides the toads and the lemonade. What was a typical day like for you? What was happening in your life on a weekend or afternoon after school well I was? I had to kind of really I feel like sometimes I kind of had a split personality. That's probably you know help. That could be for this these days but I was I I was kind of complex. I think in the sense that I had a quarter religious family and I was kind of went with that some of the time not with with all the Times I was sort of a Sunday school later on Sundays and then an absolute you know rebel rebel running away from home crawling out my bedroom window on Saturday night and then turn up and sing in the choir on Sunday morning I was I was that kid. I was just basically pushing every single boundary. All the time I very very much didn't relate to school well. I was we were talking about this before. I was kind of obsessed with the future from the get go and that meant running fast at everything so I ran fast at everything including. I couldn't wait to get to the next stage so I couldn't wait to get out of school. I couldn't couldn't wait to get involved in kind of politics. I couldn't wait to be involved in thinking about how to make the world a better place. I was just always my parents used to say you know they warned my husband which was really mean. I said you might not WanNa marry her because you know she's very restless and she's in a hurry so you grew up <hes> with nature all around out in the Bush at me and you you grew with the love of the natural world not really but we sent you aromas. We roamed named and I think that's what's fantastic about anybody who lives out or grows up in any wasn't regional it was just out of Brisbane and it's probably in a Brisbane now but you know anybody who lives <hes> in a context of bit bit out of the urban environment just is gets access to space and space. I think probably is something that we value more now than ever. Certainly when I was young then I mean I think back to my my parents would probably though code conservationists back then they weren't exactly exactly China themselves to trays but they were naturally connected to nature though a naturally interested in kind of the ecosystem of nature and how it worked there was kind of a an wasn't politicized it..
"frank ston" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Okay. Okay. Frank beard. Born this day in nineteen forty nine. Seventy years old. In Frank Ston Texas. The cool thing about Z top. As big as they got. I don't think there's ever been a band. Get that big and still be light regular guys. I mean yeah they're Rockstars. But. They run in local races show, up and local bars. Eat it vocal restaurants, and they don't act, any different they're very identifiable because of the beards and I mean, I know lots of people who have interactions with them. Did I ever take time? I'm Billy Gibbons. He gave me his business card. You know what it says? Billy Gibbons friend of Eric Clapton. That's his title friend of Eric Clapton, Frank beard. Seventy years young today on this day in nineteen seventy six wild cherry releases play that funky music. On this day in nineteen and sixty nine. What news edition? Starred opposite John Wayne in the movie, true grit, his role of Texas ranger. La buff is played by Matt Damon in the two thousand ten remake what was that fellas? Name. In on this day in what year American idol premiers on the FOX network? Les singing competition, judged by three hosts, and becomes one of the most popular network reality shows, and launches a number of careers with many contestants and not just winners, becoming stars. Ramon do you know who was in nineteen sixty nine you know that was only because you saw it. No. Don't play song yet don't play his song yet. We will get to that. On this day I need you to play this for me on this day in two thousand eight. On. Good Morning America. ABC news predicted that within seven years by two thousand fifteen this is the environmental fear mongering and mind, you this was four years ago and it didn't happen. But in two thousand eight ABC news predicted that New York City would be water. I two thousand fifteen..
"frank ston" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Z Z, top is born in Frank Ston, Texas, what is his name. Don't call just say it out. You are, Bob. You're on the Michael berry show. Go ahead, sir. Good morning. Of comments for you. I don't think it's a good idea for people being tobacco because it's got nicotine in it. Okay. Understanding is numerous children die each year from picket cigarette butts out of the ashtray eating. Okay. Now I got my dictionary, right here, Michael, and it says nicotine is poisonous water soluble, alkaloids found in tobacco. Lease and used ordinarily, an aqueous solution has an insecticide. I don't think we should be seeding children, A-contra, backhoe, our personal experience as a young child. I got into some chewing tobacco about dates and on made me very sick later on one line friends role in high school with me, and they were all different. Koken Hagan and doing all the cigarettes. I had no use for it. I was burned out. I didn't want anything to do with tobacco. Also also third things. Cigarette smoke is radioactive. Okay. Give you cancer. It's the radio activity gives you cancer, not necessarily the nicotine and other stuff that cigarette smoking is of itself is radioactive. Okay. Remember the old radon scares back in the eighties with all the houses that had high rate on levels. They were never will be found out to be smokers heavy smokers living there. Okay. So anyway, that's my traumat-. Please don't feed your children, a pack of cigarettes and make them eat it. I think it's very doesn't kill them. Kilowatt got worms that the worms though, too, probably. What about polio? Probably not nothing with polio. Okay. No, no. Thank God folios gone pretty much. But yeah, I know when I was about thirty years old, I was playing pool one night, a little place in. So I was drinking Miller lite auto a little bottle, and somebody was spitting in a little Miller bottle similar to minds Copenhagen or whatever in it. And I took a big slug out of that one thing that it was my beer. Ooh. Boy, I got very sick for two days to gut south. Not good. No, that's a cigarette industry's influence on America. You know, the original reason, we call somebody from when they turn after they turned twelve the term, we got was a shortened form of nicotine. They call this nicotine's and now they call them teens. That was the cigarette industry because that was too psychologically. Teach us that after you turn after the next birthday after you were twelve it was time to start smoking. So they came that came from nicotine. Short team. Jim go ahead. Against the law. Primarily. I just don't fake else for the cops to worry about trying to enforce the can't respond to recall. So why you want the dealing with an eighteen year old smoking cigarettes. Eighteen year old. Living. Why spoken? Anyway. Well, the point Jim is to have enough laws, most of which we never enforce, but that if you want to put a criminal record on every single American. You can. You know, I it is it is shocking to know. So we run the background on every employees. I run the background on most anybody ever do business with it is shocking to find out how many people have what we used to would have called a criminal record. It's mind blowing and you say to yourself, we are a nation of jailers, that's hunter s Thompson's, quote, not mine. But most everybody's got a criminal record. And so what people will say is. Oh, it. But, you know, they don't really enforce that I know. Johny homes longtime and very popular district. Attorney here in Harris County had a saying that if you want to get rid of a really bad law strictly, enforce it vigorously, enforce it because if, if people had to come on, if we actually set up a DWI task force at every street corner, it wouldn't take long to. We would put more than half the drivers after ten o'clock away, and then we'd start saying, well, but here's the video, he looked perfectly fine. He had a few beers in a row. He just he's a smaller guy and he's accustomed to drinking at that level. He was no threat. Then you get the person that comes along seventeen year old girl, she's hundred pounds and she's lit out of her mind. She's never had a drink before, and she's been in some house party, and she blows into the building and kills everybody. Doug Stanhope got a whole. On the on the deal. But we have created a series of laws that make it so that the only reason most people don't have a criminal record is not because they're law-abiding, that's because they're not getting caught because there aren't cops on every street corner in your neighborhood, because it's a high crime area. But if they wanted to they and here's the worst part, it's not you anymore that you should be worried about it's your kids. So what happens now what happens when a nineteen year old kid when this passes when a nineteen year old kid is stopped because he's smoking gives the cops another reason to stop a kid. All right. So he's nineteen and he gets pulled over and he gets tagged for that. How many other problems does he have because now the cops are, are stopping him because he's potentially a smoker. So what people will tell me is we're not really going to enforce that. I mean, we're not we're well, why aren't we? Why are we passing laws that we know we don't want to enforce? Why do we want to put a criminal record on somebody who's nineteen years old who smoking a cigarette? See y'all think of it as well. If you make it illegal, people won't do it. So that's what we do. Every, so why don't we make it illegal to have premarital sex? Why don't we make it illegal for teenagers to have unprotected sex if they don't mean to procreate, let's make daddy legal. Yeah. That way, nobody, you know, they won't have all these pregnancies and stuff. Well, why don't you? It's the same logic only wanna hear somebody say that's a great idea because then I'll know we're done. Doing it. On the Michael berry show. One thousand nine hundred eighty x now than us. Our top story. The NTSB is looking for answers about the of yesterday's helicopter crash Rene, Manhattan, high rise ABC's,.
"frank ston" Discussed on KTRH
"This day in nineteen forty nine an original member. Of Z Z, top is born in Frank Ston, Texas, what is his name. Don't call just say it out wherever you are, Bob. You're on the Michael berry show. Go ahead, sir. Yes, sir. Comments for you. I don't think it's a good idea for people being tobacco because it's got nicotine in it. Okay. Understanding is numerous children die each year from picking cigarette butts out of the ashtray eating. Okay. Now I got my dictionary, right here, Michael, and it says nicotine is poisonous floor or soluble, alkaloids sound in tobacco leaves and used ordinarily in aqueous solution as an insecticide. So I don't think we should be seen children anytime tobacco and I got personal experience as a young child. When I got into some chewing tobacco about age nine made me very sick. Later on one line friends role in high school with me. They're all different folks. Hagan and doing all the cigarettes. I had no use for it. I was burned out. I didn't want anything to do with tobacco. Okay. Also also third things. Cigarette smoke is radioactive. Okay. Give you cancer. It's radio activity gives you cancer, not necessarily the nicotine and other stuff. But cigarette smoke India's of itself is radioactive. Okay. Remember the old rate right on scares back in the eighties with all the houses that had high rate on levels. They were inevitably found out to be smokers heavy smokers living there. Okay. So anyway, that's my comment. Please don't feed your children. A pack of cigarettes are making need it. I think there's not very good. Thank them kilowatt. They got worms. Kill the worms though, too. Probably. What about polio? Probably not nothing with polio. Okay. No. Well, thank God folios gone pretty much, but yeah, I know when I was about, oh, thirty years old. I was playing pool one night, a little place. And so I was drinking Miller lite auto a little bottle, and somebody was spitting in a little Miller bottle. Similar to mine didn't Copenhagen or whatever in it, and I'll take a big slug out of that one thing that it was my beer. Oh boy. I got very sick for two days to guts out. Not good. No, that's a cigarette industry's influence on America. You know, the original reason, we call somebody from when they turn after they turned twelve the term, we got was a shortened form of nicotine. They call this call them nicotine's and now they call them teens. That was the cigarette industry because that was too psychologically. Teach us that after you turn after the next birthday after you twelve it was time to start smoking. So they came that came from nicotine. Okay. Short team Jim go ahead. Against the law. Primarily. I just don't think you need something else for the cops to worry about trying to enforce. They respond to burglary call. So why you wanted to dealing with an eighteen year old smoking cigarettes. Eighteen year olds making a living. Why what about smoking anyway? Well, the point Jim is to have enough laws, most of which we never enforce, but that if you want to put a criminal record on every single American. You can. You know, I it is it is shocking to know. So we run the background on every employees. I run the background on most anybody ever do business with it is shocking to find out how many people have what we used to would have called a criminal record. It's mind blowing and you say to yourself, we are a nation of jailers, that's hunter s Thompson's, quote, not mine. But most everybody's got a criminal record. And so what people will say is. Oh, it. But, you know, they don't really enforce that I know. Johny homes longtime and very popular district. Attorney here in Harris County had a saying that if you want to get rid of a really bad law strictly, enforce it vigorously, enforce it because if, if people had to come on, if we actually set up a DWI task force at every street corner, it wouldn't take long to. We would put more than half the drivers after ten o'clock away, and then we'd start saying, well, but here's the video, he looked perfectly fine. He had a few beers in a row. He just he's a smaller guy and he's accustomed to drinking at that level. He was no threat. Then you get the person that comes along seventeen year old girl, she's hundred pounds and she's lit out of her mind. She's never had a drink before, and she's been at some house party, and she blows into the building and kills everybody. Doug Stanhope got a whole. Bit on the on the deal, but we have created a series of laws that make it so that the only reason most people don't have a criminal record is not because they're law abiding, that's because they're not getting caught because there aren't cops on every street corner in your neighborhood, because it's a high crime area. But if they wanted to they and here's the worst part, it's not you anymore that you should be worried about it's your kids. So what happens now what happens when a nineteen year old kid when this passes when a nineteen year old kid is stopped because he's smoking gives the cops another reason to stop a kid. All right. So he's nineteen and he gets pulled over and he gets tagged for that. How many other problems does he have because now the cops are, are stopping him because he's potentially a smoker. So what people will tell me is we're not really going to enforce that. I mean, we're not we're well, why aren't we? Why are we passing laws that we know we don't want to enforce? Why do we want to put a criminal record on somebody who's nineteen years old, who's smoking a cigarette? See y'all think of it as well. If you make it illegal, people won't do it. So that's what we do. Every, so why don't we make it illegal to have premarital sex? Why don't we make it illegal for teenagers to have unprotected sex if they don't mean to procreate, let's make daddy legal. Yeah, that way, nobody will they won't have all these pregnancies and stuff. Well, why don't you? It's the same logic. I want to hear some somebody say that's a great idea because then I'll know we're done. You are doing it. The Michael berry show at bluecross blueshield, our companies take what we learned from covering one in three Americans.
"frank ston" Discussed on Latest In Tech News
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"Apple announces pluses on everything and more coming up on today's episode of the latest in tech news. A gadget here. You're just in time. For the latest episode world's only three and one show on tech gadgets, and gaming news. Right is is the latest intact news. My name is Taylor American. If you knew here tapper click subscribe button right now. So that you don't miss a single episode. But before you do that make sure that you enjoy the content. I see goal here is to make news talk about news, and gaming gadgets stuff that you like. So obviously if you like it hit the like button hit this scribe for more. So if it doesn't, you know, yell at your friend for bad suggestion. But I don't tell them that. I told you to say that and don't tell me I sent jet kazaa been blown chunks to pass a couple of days. Okay. That's about as far as I'm gonna get. Apparently the tweet I had sent out mid week. Yes. Mid week last week was my first born getting the flu for. The very first time and everything that went along with and now isn't fun at all. So that turned into me not being able to do the show like I had planned to do and taking care of sick baby in helping wife and everything else. And then immediately the day following both of us got sick. And it was one of those twenty four hour flus where you just feel miserable for complete twenty four hours, and then it will Saturday, and I'm like. Boot you transistor is torment or if only to somebody else somebody from up above who could come down Tim apple I mean, Tim cook Steve jolts somebody due to show for me. Why encoding over your barely even doing anything stupid colder might? But I think I'm just going to be lazy today. I don't wanna do anything. So I hope you guys had a good weekend. I know it's back to Monday blunt will get through this week. Just fine. Got some news lined up for you today in. No, no, it's not all apple news. So let's dive right on in before we do. Let's head on over to trivia. All right last episode. I asked a question that was what is the best selling call of duty game and the answers I got well. I forgot the double check who. So excuse me, while I check the stats really quick here. And. Yes walkout. Log me out. Locked back into supposed to log in. No. Just like I figured I I go to Twitter to make sure didn't get any answers. But the answer to the question I asked you guys is what is the best selling colony game was modern warfare three released in twenty eleven that game. Looking at thirty point seven one million units sold most successful franchise history. No games. Even never come close so area are so that was last time trivia, we got trivia right now that you you're watching. You're listening right now that you can partake in if you're one of the listeners tuning in from sixty five countries from around the world. Yes, you can play. How can you play? You ask submit your answer on Twitter by replying to the tweet with the question for today's trivia linked to this tweet will also be listed in our show notes for this episode. The first correct answer will be announced in the next episode. Along with your Twitter using. So if you want bragging rights on planning on eventually doing a t shirt giveaway. I haven't even designed a t shirt or or another giveaway item to go along with that weekly seen as whoever gets the most guesses right wins know, let me know your suggestions. What would you like to win? What would you like to get? I know at tech news. Gadget on Twitter is the best way to do that the question. I have for you guys. If you're ready is why are LCD screens. So flat post your answers now on Twitter will tune in next episode to find out who the winner is could be you move on. All right before we can head into today's tech news. The always have to take a look back today in tech history. Being today is March twenty fifth twenty nineteen on this day in history in nineteen ninety six the movie twister becomes the first featured film, put on DVD. So if you guys really did he not gonna go anywhere man Betamax away? Well, drifter was the first one on DVD. And then it went guys took it out. I found really good thrown found right? You can get that on Betamax. Can you stupid stereo speakers? Anyways, also on this day in history in nineteen ninety two excel four point -o spreadsheet software was released Microsoft Corporation releases. Its excel spreadsheet program. Excel was one in a long line of practical applications that Microsoft and other companies developed for personal computers, making them more appealing to home. Home and office users their earliest commercialized computerized spreadsheet was visit calc written by Ed Frank Ston. And Dan Brooklyn and released for the apple two personal computer in nineteen seventy nine so from nineteen seventy nine to nineteen ninety two. They goodness. We finally got a good piece of spreadsheet software because I think we would have flipped Arlit if we had to do any more with that. So with that out of the way, let's head on over to today's tech news.
"frank ston" Discussed on Conversations
"Music, and when I was a kiss always always wanting to get the next big piece of music, usually a single bit of vinyl, very retro. Now. Great sort of currency of how many toads for for for for a single and Quyen was coming out. So awesome to say that movie right now, but he up city that. Yes. So it was great. It was really good. Do you think that Fakih is now making a life that they want is that harder than when you were running toting? I think it's easier because genuinely when I was that kid number one. My my family thought that I was kind of crazy and also sorted my school, my teachers, I mean, I really I remember hearing the would entrepeneurship way way later in life like in my late twenties. I met. The woman who set up the body shop, and it was profound. I just I met this woman. She was also doing entrepeneurship for good. So she would go and work in a whole lot of different communities around the world. And actually give women economic empowerment through having their products buying the person. I just thought this is unbelievable. You could be an entrepreneur, and you could use it for good. But I hadn't heard the word entrepreneur I grew up in an academic family school. There was nothing in school about entrepreneurship. And if that people went into business was a bit light going to Taif with it was the second or third cousin because you couldn't get a profession so kids now, if they're got Nigeria of something that I want to start how do they make that happen differently than the lemonade stand at the the bottom of the driveway will the codes? Well, they I mean fortunately now with thinking a lot more about Interprise education. And learning and certainly at if I with where running one of the biggest programs in a stray with thirty thousand students involved in a program called twenty boss about that. What happened well for one term? Yup. Use seven eight nine ten mostly across the country. Get twenty dollars a real twenty dollars, and in that term, you've got to set up a business with people planet, purpose prophet, and you can pull your twenty dollars, which lots of students do and in that what we've credit curriculum really teaches across tech or science or economics or English somehow all using this curriculum to teach and then in that process, June setting up business, what kind of businesses have kids come up cons of two and a half thousand businesses set up in the last three is by fifteen year olds in this country. But there's lots lots and lots of focus on ups up cycling race cycling. So, you know, one of my favorites is the young students who were in. Frank Ston where you know, you really hang onto your money and Frank Ston. It's not not splashing it around. And they click did offcuts of wood from all around the community. Just literally walked on picked up its of would turn these into a maze. Ingley beautiful Ottesen kind of would cross manship. And then sold them. They pulled their money right at the end and went to market, and they sold them at the markets and made a Matza. I went to visit the school and kind with twenty bread boards for everybody on you for Christmas. But from that street to kind of tech platforms through to the one of my favorites is the boys from Centralia and high in into which is not an ABC program. That's a real name of school, and they actually looked around the school. So the teachers are looking at it on the decide and set up a boot camp, and basically great you'll to the teachers into the teachers were liberated and relieved at the end of term, and they took that business out of school. So they're fifty. Eighteen year olds running bootcamp going to school and obviously doing a bit of sport. Because only people who do sport would come up with a book put you. But you know, we've just seen thousands of these and the idea and the international research says if you practice this kind of filing and learning and failing over and over again, and we encourage people to join different thing every year a different business every year, you learn and you build a lot of resilience. And you learn a lot about failure. So it's not just about business. It's about the skills and capabilities that again might you much more flexible and much more depth even changing work environment. And you'll thinking.
"frank ston" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
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"frank ston" Discussed on Science Friction
"Hey. Tesha Mitchell joining you this week for another science friction live from the floor of the Melbourne museum. So we're told that learning maths and science matters a whole heap for the careers of the future and not just for those who go on and become scientists or mathematicians all sorts of jobs. I mean, Netflix even employs mathematical minds as days, it's part of the history of knowledge. It's pot of mankind's like appreciation for the wealth. But it's also very part of the inquiry process pot of what really drives us to be this way. What really drives us to live in the well this way, and I think that's just really cool. You don't have to go on to become a Nobel laureate or a racer or a science teacher. But you do need to have in the win the world around you so studying science and Mets not only raises your awareness of the world around you. But also gets you to think in an open way, you use your critical thinking skills easier problem solving skills, and it takes a lot of hard work as well. I think maybe a bit of the work ethic aspect in combination with the creativity. I'm expected to exhibit Mamie just realize that science is something that is not only beautiful that is not only useful. But it's also something that is fundamentally a pot of us. And yet so many kids more and more than a running a mile from science and math subjects at school. Something's really going astray. What exactly and can we stem the tide? The if Betty Chung speaking there, who's finishing you twelve at the Methodist ladies college, she's founder of the Victorian student science scored which links up Hough school students around science events. You also heard from Sola banish alone time science teacher, president of the science teaches association, Victoria, and director of quantum Victoria, which develop a whole lot of science programs for school students imitators across Victoria. Also on the show is Eddie. Woo. Who's causing a big stir? We've he's Chubu channel. He was a top ten finalist in last year's global teacher prize, and is author of a new book wonderful world of maths. He's hit Mets teacher at cherry brook technology high school in Weston CBI. Paid a coke kill has taught in schools from rural Maryvale to Frank Ston to Brunei he's founding principle of the John Monash science school Victoria's first specialist science high school and was principal of the year in the state in two thousand sixteen. When you started out you loved history and English at school, not maths. Thank mats. He didn't feel about good Abed was definitely humanities buff. And I still I still love stories and characters and and the tension when you try to work out what's happening in a mystery. But when I looked at mass, it was sort of characterize myself this way, all those sills adults that I now race through as I could see them as a student memorize them for just enough time to get through that damn put a number in get a number out cross my fingers, really hot. And the monks were good enough that I could say, yeah, I can do but do not have much of a fundamental grasp of why are we learning calculus? I can draw an in Jerusalem, really neatly. But I don't really know what the point of it is. And for me. There was a very rich lack of appreciation of what was crafted. Why did fractions lead to algebra which led to treat an almond tree which led to? There was actually a story on that. I was told us at all. I mean, I say that a lot I'm now wondering if I was told and I just didn't listen lesson. Just like everyone else. But for me that watershed moment was to be able to get to university with the full intent to become an English and history and to say to find out actually that there was this critical shortage of mathematics and science. Teachers particularly physics, and this is what it was like fifteen years ago. It's still true today. And I had a professor push me and say, this is this is where there's need would you consider going this direction rather than that? And so that was kind of what sent me done this rabbit hole. Pay to-. What is this conversation matter for you? And how would you respond to the third annual who says amid gonna use these why do I need to learn about maths what do logo rhythms have to do with anything?.
"frank ston" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I wonder what that and then they was rough arts herenton this time i got here a the non on let's see see how about oh jeez eighteen was repeatedly slash mma head with a semi sold in a heart attack oh laura huxley as mister five of what happened at three am on saturday morning and while she recovers in hospital suspected attackers free on bail it was i was almost i conscious there was so much blood from head to toe the eighteen year old have been drinking with friends at frank ston apartment which she says one man grant about a back of the net push it to the floor last out with two blades police the last twenty two year old harry hood is responsible grad samurai swords slash before times in the head then stabbed me with a kitchen knife twice rest and once in the elbow selling i was gonna get off me what are you doing this is called for he was just calling me a bitch just weighing screaming in my face resident emma miller says he heard screaming walked out to see what was happening girl running towards the covered in blood and i panicked the freaked out it was like hard seen another residence that she's bleeding everywhere just gushing couldn't even see what a cuss were because she had there were bits of hair and she had to all around her it was a riff missile is now waiting for surgery for scans were broken bone her back who was arrested and charged with intentionally recklessly causing injury assault with a weapon and possessing a prohibited weapon but he's already free on bail right what the fuck anyway guys that's the news from australia right along y'all need better so allows we'll talk the are tomorrow.