22 Burst results for "Geisel"

"geisel" Discussed on Asian American History 101

Asian American History 101

03:52 min | 2 months ago

"geisel" Discussed on Asian American History 101

"And I meant a lot to me too. So let's touch on some honors over your career, a newbery honor for where the mountain meets the moon, a Theodore geisel honor for a ting, and a caldecott honor for a big mooncake for little star. Then for your career, you were a champion of change for AAPI art and storytelling, and the latest honor was the 2022 children's literature legacy award. Let's start with that. What does it mean to you to get this latest honor? You know, it was a super surprise. And it's such a weird feeling because it's like what I said earlier, when I look back at where I started, I really just don't know my God here. I don't know how I was able to publish a catalog of books, you know, much less a career, much less a quote unquote, legacy. If I think about it, it's very mind boggling. And I think that's probably how it is for everyone when you look back at your life. You don't really think about, you know, you don't really think about you just realize when you're in it, you're just one step at a time, one book at a time, one step at a time. When sentences at a time, one picture at a time when sketch at a time, you know, and you just keep going up, and then it's only when you're like, only when you're like halfway up the stairs and you're like, and you look down and you're like, wow, I traveled a lot of stairs. That's how that, but what's really lovely and beautiful about the legacy is that it did make me look down the stairs. I'd be like, wow, I did, that was a lot of stairs, I climbed. It also showed me how much the world has changed, honestly. And I know there's a lot of bad things going on in the world.

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"geisel" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"geisel" Discussed on WTOP

"Well, it is the home where Dr. Seuss may have typed early drafts of green eggs and ham and cat in the hat, and at home is now for sale Theodore Seuss geisel and his wife Helen built that home on top of mount soledad in San Diego back in 1948, four bedroom four bath home now owned by UC San Diego, the price tag is now 19 $1 million cash offers will be accepted until August 17th. WTO at 6 55 money news at 25 and 55 with Jeff clay ball by the closing bell the Dow was down 58 points. The S&P 500 Index down 18, that was a half percent, the NASDAQ lost a 151 points today. That was a 1% loss. Spirit airlines is passengers are paying about 24% more for tickets now than they were before the pandemic. Spirit still lost money last quarter. It's jet fuel costs have doubled. Economic optimism by small business owners rose modestly in July after hitting a 9 year low in June, homegrown district taco is going nationwide. It'll start franchising. District taco started as a taco truck in Rosalind in 2009, it has grown to 14 locations in 300 employees. District tacos cofounder immigrated to the U.S. from Mexico at the age of 18. Jeff cable WTO needs to stay with us here on WTO pretty good line of storms in the western edge of the WTO listening areas we continue with our hot and humid weather will have the latest on that. And we're also watching the loudoun county little leaguers trying to get to the little league World Series. We'll have the latest on that ahead as well. 6 56. Whether it's the news, the traffic, the weather, or your COVID-19 vaccinations, it's important to stay up to date, sponsored by Pfizer and BioNTech. Are you seeing these readings? This is incredible. Short staffed, Marco's climate research facility is in the eye of the storm. The atmospheric pressure to find more weather specialists is mounting. Man, this is going to be a big job. We're going to need a

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"geisel" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"geisel" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"Up, Hollis to the final furlong. He leads by a length over Greeley and Ben in second. Bob's edge is flying in the center of the racetrack, but he's still two and a half from the front, but he does have momentum. Hollis has the lead. Here's bob's edge trying to go last to first and look at him blue boy. Bob's edge two lane trist bob's edge. Wow. So bob's edge, Larry Jones, back in the graded stakes winner circle scores here from well off the pace he was last early on and he kind of was a little more of a stalker he type last year. Obviously it's smaller fields that sometimes tends to happen more. But it seems like this year, at least his last 5 starts, you know, he's been a little further back at least positionally and comes with that big run and this was another one where, you know, I think that that fact that they kind of stacked up up front. They went 21 and four while they were stacked up, so they were going quickly, but Hollis was covering ground out wide there. You know, three wide into the turn. You heard vik say accurately in the call, like Hollis looked like he wanted to try to get over and then all of a sudden Greeley and Ben slips through and then needing to know slips through and he needed snow was between horses. To me is one of the worst spots to be in when you're between horses and in this case there was one to his inside and two to his outside when he kind of steadied. But when you're between horses and you're a little behind him, I always think that's the worst place. Now, on the turn, I think it gets amplified 'cause on the turn is where everybody kind of wants to try to keep tucking in more, right? Down the back stretch sometimes you'll see geisel. Horses will be three across the track and then you look at the head on and there's two paths between each of them. So yes, there are three across the track, but they're not in the tight quarters that they are going into the turn. And I think it's a much more distressing position to be and when you're just behind and between horses or when you're just behind and you're down on the rail and the other horse is right you're outside. Like to me, it's so rare that horses a, come back through there and be don't end up kind of pulling themselves out of there or just backing up. It's just a tough spot to be in. But Luis ketones and bob's edgy, a big, big close, a telling tryst also came from off the pace, just kind of got outrun in the last 16th there, but ran a very good race. And really Ben was a part of that early mix and was still battle in a way. Just a super game horse greeting in Ben and then Hollis actually ended up fading back to fourth after the somewhat wide journey in my horse faded back to last. But yeah, very cool day at Oakland park, the whitmore I just thought was just kind of a neat event we'll say. Kudos to them for a fun day of racing. I watched a fair bit of Oklahoma, which I hadn't watched a ton this meet again. They kind of run as we're, you know, as we're going and then when we finish, they're still going by the time I get home, it's kind of over. Talk about a couple of the other stakes races going on from around the country over at aqueduct. The cicada stakes it was lady scarlet, Kendrick Carmouche rallying from off the pace to get the win. This was the race I talked about, you know, it looked like there was a fair bit of early speed and then something kind of had to give and lady milagro and maldon, who both showed a lot of speed in previous starts all at mansion, of course, only had. The one start for ray handel, but they ended up going out and kind of going after it a little bit, 22 flat 45 and three, and kinder Carmouche kept lady scarlet just out in the clear, you know, 5 wide and rolled by him and really poured it on down the stretch to score nicely for Mike maker. Ray handel's horse should hold on nicely for second. They were way clearer really, really super strung out field. And, you know, I was going to say two year olds, but they're not. They're three year olds and at this point, but lightly a lightly raced group of three year olds how about that. But Kendrick good to see him get a nice win. I feel like we haven't had kit. We had Kendrick on once and it's been, it's been a few years. Maybe he maybe Kendrick's a guy to add to the guest list here. Down at beautiful Gulfstream park in Florida. I was trying to think if I'm going to be able to get down there once more 'cause I'm going down to the pop for the Gabe versus Pete match race, which is only two weeks from today. April the fourth, I believe it is. But it's going to be on a Monday Tuesday, so no Gulfstream running. We do have a Sunday off the week before Kentucky Derby at Tampa. So I thought maybe I'll go down there, but then I'm going to drive home or back to Oregon to grant's pass like the next week. So do I really want to drive four hours each way to Miami after I did it three weeks before, just to then drive across country? I think that feels like that feels like a lot on the old car. So it might not get down to GP again, but I had a nice day there before Christmas, and then I got COVID. I'm blaming, I'm blaming Miami for giving me COVID back before Christmas because when I was down there, I came back at like two or three days later. Boom. And they said that the only crime was a faster transmitter. So I'm blaming Pete and the team at Gulfstream. Actually Mayo, you were my tour guide there, probably you. No, Ashley's great. Love Ashley. The talk also in part, the Hutchinson stakes, which a lot of people kind of made no to this. And I kind of agreed, you know how, you know, races do this, right? Race is ebb and flow. In terms of their history, their importance and what have you. And the hutcheson was kind of erased that, you know, this used to be a grade two race for a lot of years. And then it became a grade three and now it's listed. And I mean, you go back and look at some of the horses that want it. Okay, Gladiator kings, but he's a nice little sprinter. But the funny bone, captain candyman can, wildcat red,.

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"geisel" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"You know holes or low areas that hold water and so we may need to. You know we may need to haul in some compacted clay and fill in those areas and get that act back down and what would be a flat. Surface boat buddy flat surface with some slow the grains out. And so you know we need to pay also need to pay really close attention by. Were feed bunk sir ad and are you know whether or not we hopefully have a fade apron behind your your boss and you know out on when they're eating but you know sometimes will see that trump out that eight earn as well so we may need the wholesome fly in there and reestablish that we really like to see See that apron be handed. Twelve foot With the box sitting on the edge. And so we've got you know on your own for cattles to stand on neck on predate earned behind the box and it also gives us a opportunity to come in and then scrape that. Hurry audibly that off. Well you know we we. Sometimes you know in that area behind there will even recommend putting down some geo textile fabric screenings or something and adding another book just to get a little more a rome there so we need to pay attention to that when we're re-establishing and also warrior drinkers are at your waters. You know the same thing can happen there so we may need you know all some again some clay and you know we want. We want some really good place where it's pretty sticky. Clay even also has some rock in it as well. And that's you know that works really really good for those ads of areas. But i think that you know the the main thing is to get in and clayton when they're out. Don't disturb that are base if you can get in you know fill in the lower areas and and you know sometimes geisel even You know we're in something that's fairly flat you know. They may even have level laser level or borrow on your career established. Those slopes you know sometimes below lease pans will have a sad basin and then maybe go out onto a grass Vegetative filter area and. That's that is another area. That really needs attention if you do have. That is to make sure that's cleaned out. And so that it's it's ready to go. You may need the wholesome klay back in there and Fill in some areas in half and pay attention to the area underneath underneath offense line Where the water does grain out to you know so you know we oftentimes will see kind of a rich build up for a while so you know you may need to clean that out as well. Some guys will. Have you know east of equipment that they can put on the front of skin steer. That's just a lay. You go longer push that out So that when we do get that runoff van that water can actually leave a lay the pan and not just hit that little many terrorists if you will and sit there and then you know again. We're back to having lower areas so so work on atas well at the same time you know. Just make sure that everything drains out and and you know an end and can lead the pans and that way we can get a pan that doesn't You know we can minimize how. How nastier how d yes. And hopefully prevent that you know that raise four five six inch deep mud in.

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"geisel" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

Lovett or Leave It

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It

"What's really going to happen is that there's ten billion dollars. That's going to go to excavate. The body of dr seuss ted ted geisel and they're gonna parade around the country and kick him well dead down one more time. That's what he thinks. Communist wanna do. That's that's what these centrists far left communist liberal democrats socialist what to do. I gotta let let senator sanders have a moment to get in here. But wh you know look. There was a fight with the moderates they reduced the unemployment insurance from four hundred or three hundred but they made the first ten thousand unemployment benefits tax free for households see fields acceptable compromise senator sanders first of all that mike lindell is saying in protest. I have boycotted not only his mypillow product but also all pillows altogether. I've never really enjoyed pillows. I've spent most of my life sleeping on couches in various faculty offices and union basements. I've slept in the back of a volvo more than familiar with the comforts of a twin. Let alone queen king size. So it's not much for me on a little bit more comfortable. Now state senator i. I sleep a very comfortable caught on the floor of my son an office when i'm in dc. Jane comes over and goes burning. Your look like sh- itchy dumps. Cold ice water on me really. She comes it with cold ice water. Let's just stop. Sultry says hello cold ice water on me. That's how we you know bathing a dog. But i. i am no longer using pillows after watching the insanity. Mike lindell and the mypillow. Let's face it there might bill o. Nazis that they have unleashed on this country. So i'm i'm sleeping like a clinical. Im sleeping like a populist. Left-wing cling on the hard floor. Just to prove that. I don't need a pillow. Let alone the most comfortable pillow that it's author. Think you know you thought about mypillow. It's about our pill at until everybody has the coupling for this to sleep with a shelter and a living wage and yes adequate unemployment. Go fuck yourselves you. Moderate democrats. And i think my pillow was a solution. It's pillow lael. If i could jump in there loyal now go ahead mike. What you heard is taken straight from. Joseph stalin speech. I don't know how you people can hear this cub thing and not start gassing up the takes to make another try at moscow mike. I'm gonna need you to give me some. Let let senator sanders finished. What he's saying. I've offered you the space to come talk here and i need you to give the space senator sands oil. Not lyle never been. Lyons with. Senator sater's city fight. We agree that the music of this country to country music patriotic career was cut short due to an unfortunate hairstyle. Let's put it this way from one six to another six. Let me tell you liar. Eleven if you score big. That's your prerogative. Look obviously we're a little bit of time bobby. Brown was a great friend of mine. And i offers helping bobby. Brown was a great friend of mine. Jesus christ's life theory senator believe me. Senator you're no bobby brown. Listen okay. he's totally off topic..

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"geisel" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on OnEducation

"Had slashed about my credentials. Were they were talking dollars. Not in the millions and billions but trillions in regard to micro credential so this is not going away. Walmart is doing this internally for their employees. They just wrapped pilot Earlier this spring with ninety stores and they are claiming that in the next year and a half it's going to roll out to every store and every job level from entry all the way up to general manager. And so you know we. We are in the very near future going to be in a place where pretty much six degrees of kevin bacon. You know you're going to yourself or be within a degree of separation from someone who is earning digital badge credentials and killed education talking about them. Now you're if you saw the news last week that target is now going to be providing college education plus books for all of their employees that is through guild inside this is not going away and it is going to be ubiquitous. It's just a matter of what it looks like. And and if it's you know exclusively through the lens of of better you know. More effectively and efficiently matching cogs to the industry wheels or if it is more human centered in really valuing the learners at the center of things. So yes i'm in. I'm already you know this about me. So i i remember. It was probably a while ago. That i had you on my show and we my old show and we talked about this and like we talked about just the potential disruption to what we think of higher education that that microfinancial and could do. But i want to. I want to zoom back in. Because i feel like we're we're talking about a thousand feet right now and like mike said. I don't know how often this has actually been really really dived into on on education. So just like in a brief primer like what is micro credentialing in your eyes because i feel like the definition has changed over time anyways but so like right now currently in august of two thousand twenty one what is elevator pitch micro rentals. It is recognition and story telling and so you know just like we have certificates achievement. Diplomas name a boy scout badges. You know it is powerful recognition. But you know what is transformative about digital badge credentials is not just you can take that certificate and make digital and you make it verifiable right. It's not just something that you have now. You can touch what you want. On the consumer side you know future employer college admissions. They can click on it and actually verify that it was issued by who you say. It was issued by so. That's a level of trust that that goes beyond something. That's from the registrar's office. You know offense to where i worked but you know with with a rubber stamp on the envelope with a piece of scotch tape over it rightly. These are secure their portable. They're owned by the learner. Once their issued to them. I think that's really powerful. But in addition to that there's also this whole story telling you know mechanism through the meta data and so not. Just here's this recognition. We can actually bake into that. Here's a description of what went on in this program. Here's the criteria that the learner had to meet and when we issue it. We have the opportunity you know that. Hopefully everybody's ceases to attach evidence to show how that learner met that criteria. And so you start to go to a place where anybody who's thinking is that kind of your portfolio folio kind of world and a. Yeah kind of is right if you pitcher. Here's a credential doubles portfolio for you know. Yes we trust issue. Boulder brand and we can still vattel a date for ourselves. Yeah we can verify. We click on and see the evidence that the learner provide in order to meet the criteria that program. And i guess one thing that you did point out on micro credentials a lot of spaces. The two words micro credential digital batch credentials are going to be used interchangeably. One thing. i have noticed over. The last nine months in my job is that there are in higher. Ed space the pattern in trend on picking up on his micro credential is being termed as more of a programmatic term. So you propose micro credential urine sushi. It gets approved. Learners declare or enroll in micro credential program and digital badge credentials are issued. The can't tell the story of the learning achieving that happened as part of micro credential almost might be analogous to you know. A digital badges to a micro credential diploma is to a degree interesting so like so. That's the that's the twenty twenty one view. And i know i've talked to you about this before and i think that's probably changed over time but i have to wonder i mean we. We have gone through obviously tremendously transformative period in the last two years. Almost almost two years. Now as we've gone through the pandemic and everything else and all these people who maybe weren't online learners or never wanted to be online learners got thrown into a space that we all suddenly had no choice right. So has that caused in your experience. And what you've been dealing with in the front lines of all this has that caused an explosion in micro credentials. Is that just like a beautiful like primordial soup where so much can rise out of it like what is that. What has what is the intersection of those things for you. Yeah that's a good question. I say that there probably have been certain amplification as certain folks who might not have been predisposed to things digital you move more digital. I think that that's you probably more of a byproduct than something. That was focused on. I think the one thing that we'd be naive not to consider his in certain places. This is about revenue you know this is about how do we you recognize market forces where people are seeking credentials in certain skills or competencies because employers are looking for those right and that is gaming. Guys i you. You're you're no stranger to epic games and unreal engine and you know in case you know unreal engines. It's amazing tool. People can use it to create their own video games. You can also use it for really powerful three rendering outside the space of games and so you have people going on unreal engine earning digital badge credentials for skills with that tool. Who are working for your bmw. Who are working for games. Were architecture lockheed martin sending stuff into the to the space station and so you know the we'd be naive to think that there's folks were recognizing there is a market demand for credentials in these high-demand skills and so we're going to spin up micro intial programs so we can sell as way of in. This era of budget cuts a thriving right now compared to where they were two years ago. And so you know there is certainly kind of explosion on that front because of the revenue. But i think that it doesn't have to be this kind of evil corp sort of a lens to it. There's definitely plenty of that. That yes there's revenue and this is good for humans at the same time. I think that there's also you know just over that same. Two years equity coincided with also just your digital badges turned ten last summer and the spring actually. And so you know as a result. You're just went from. What is this too. Oh i think i've heard of this too. Oh i've seen this had these myself and so it's it's also just in the maturation psycho. The last two years kind of fell to a place where a lot more people were in a place of in you know comfortable with wrapping their minds around it and insane. This is not necessarily a threat to mine. Golden calf. And i might be really excited on board with this. As a way to change the world awesome so we you know the the unfortunate byproduct of not having spoken to you on the podcast. While is that. We haven't done a dictator ditch it in quite some time and brad is dying to dig ditches so i don't i don't know if everybody even knows this but like i was actually supposed to host alive digger digit at that summit like a summer and a half ago like before..

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"geisel" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on OnEducation

"These divers interconnected phases help. I mean as far off to understand empathize and day block arch in our schools. That's your hydac. Weather's a facilitator. Within the teach the global goals community on participate. The community is home to hundreds of resources courses and educators around the world collaborating on how to bring the united nations seventeenth sustainable development goals into the classroom without what is doing unethical. Lactic to be a powerful force to achieve the vision of a more peaceful healthy and equitable world. We'll hear more later in the episode from another community facilitator on why you should get involved all right. Welcome back to the podcast. Everyone our guest. Today is no stranger to the podcast easily. The record holder for number of appearances has that has that market dominated But he is the micro credentials program manager at the university of colorado boulder And a great friend of the podcast. Noah guys will welcome welcome welcome. It's been a hot minute friend. yes so awesome. Be here great to join you with a co host. Brad and Yeah you have a job now. I'm not just a consultant and adjunct actually have a boss so so tell us about the job because obviously Working at participate. I was pretty interested in in what we were doing with badging credentialing and definitely talked about it constantly at the company An were really fascinated with You going to work for a university system in a role that literally had the word micro credentials in the title. Which is i'm not super heard of still So so tell us what you do in there and and the scope and i'd love to hear all about it because it sounds awesome. It is so Some thanks so much for asking. Yeah we There's only a handful of folks that i've found in higher ed around the country that have something like that in their job title where it's not just an add onto their already overflowing plates and so. I feel super fortunate. I i've learned that superbowl there was going to have the job posting and said that's my world when that comes out let me know all amplify you know and and get the word out in the badge and community and then i saw the job post and i can show to my wife. I said i think. I need to apply for this. This looks like i had written my own job description. And so i applied was fortunate to get the job. I have an amazing boss. I i'm house in the office of the registrar chiba older sco buffs and for folks. Who don't know me. I live in denver. Colorado sits right in my backyard. I didn't have to move for the job or anything and it's really cool. What we're doing. I think we're going to change the world and it's not a chain do it at a pretty big stage an r. one kind of top fifty school and superstitious and there's a lot of executive level championship and word is spreading. Just really quickly. You know. I i don't have time to do too much marketing and selling internally for everybody you know come with good micro credentials. Ai my daughter has been banged down. Virtually day in day out with with folks in. Hey can we do this. Why would this be a good micro and it is just one of the most exciting privileged places. I've been in in my already really exciting in privilege career. So are you. Are you helping professors at micro credentials to their courses or are you helping the school at Professional development micro credentialing or like what is the what are the lines like the pathways of credentialing. That you're kind of working in. I'm i'm super interested yemen. We are just in this amazing place of naval craft and also big at the same time so we are very much that image of building the plane while we're flying it and that's really scary but so far things are going really well and so to answer your question. We have opened to say any unit on campus k. Can propose a new micro credential so that could be professors out of their school but it could also be a infrastructure and sustainability is an example and the non-academic side where they approached the stadium. We do all this training for frontline service employees. And you might we be able to credential. They're learning for and bus drivers around. You know basic computer literacy. That helps them level up their readiness to do their job well for us but also you know probably helps you know. Advance their professional growth in the next job that they're gonna apply for us going to say. I suspect for upskilling 'cause obviously universities offer degree programs and master's degrees in graduate programs but a lot of schools. A lot of university programs are certificates where people go just to take like this one course this one thing and they're doing their job they're not enrolled in a program necessarily they're just look they some even get sent by their company or whatever to detect management or whatever course and and having that credential means you know that it's persistent like we we actually i don't think have talked enough about credentialing on the podcast because you know. I definitely think you know especially working at participate in mark and julie. I'm definitely drinking the kool aid for sure at this point. But i mean you know having having those artifacts of learning that they can then take and like you said show what they've learned you know in the in the real world as opposed to just like you know you know well. I enjoyed the value of points and achievements and like badges in terms of like gaming and stuff like that. This this actually means something right. Yeah and you know. I think that that gamification pieces definitely inherent in anything where you're making progress monitoring goal setting visible learners right so i certainly wouldn't want to discount that. I think that what's really unique of our. The space is going. I is a really finely tuned. Focus on the credentialing of the credentials. And so you know really moving way yes. This is powerful recognition. And we're also thinking really intentionally about who's the audience for this recognition right that this is not just for me and you know my mom's digital refrigerator on which you can display my digital badge israeli. We're really thinking about an audience like a hiring committee right and you know for any listeners. Out there who are still in a place of kind of wrapping their heads around. What is this or is this a fad. Is this going to be one more flavor of the week. I invite you to consider the possibility that. I'm not making that up when i tell you. This is going to very quickly sooner than you realize. It'd be ubiquitous earlier. Just last week at arizona state know gsa conference. There were slides from corsair talking about this being the future. There were slides from google cloud. The weren't even in presentations about micro credentials..

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"geisel" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on OnEducation

"Than you burn like you gain weight. It's a pretty simple calculus you know and and all these fad diets and all these things about. Oh a low carb diet okay. Yeah that works because carbs generally speaking wait to calorie ratio are significantly higher than pretty much. Anything else so like it works. Because if i avoid potatoes and bread i can eat as many vegetables as i want and as much as i want to eat vegetables i will never hit two thousand calories a day like i could just. I could just take in zucchini all day every day. I've just constantly every second of my day. I could eat zucchini. And i would never get to two thousand calories like it just wouldn't happen so yeah okay. Cool locate low carb. Whatever but and that's what it is. It's like when you realize we start counting calories. It's it's a little terrifying how much we intake everyday especially with the guy under the guise of thinking. You're being healthy like orange juice orange juice. No right it's a rookie move on sunday. You don't touch. Orange juice humor moses. You just you just do the champagne weight loss. That was over talking about it. But yeah 'cause because the orange juice is probably unhealthier than the champagne You know it's it's the things that we under the guise of being healthy. That's that's the thing that i'm thinking about. You know the most So today i had squashed noodles with my spaghetti yummy alex squash noodle squash news or good if they're cooked right they're fine fine. Need to figure out how to cook from raking. Yeah i'll hook you up. I got some can can't dose enough spaghetti sauce on squash noodles to make a taste good at the moment So there's that So i mean i i would like to e the things i like to eat again But i do need to spend this time learning a little bit more about balancing. And what is good and not good I'm so i'm looking. I'm looking at a lot of labels. and and and that kind of stuff aids for me. It's it's you know it's been an educational experience Not all of it has been. I've been fairly grumpy going to the grocery store as you walk by the chips in the in the in the In the beer and the you know the candy and stuff like that you and your candyman like it's it's there's there's probably candy within reach of you right now. It's not now talk gone. it's all gone. No there's a bottle of water right here and that is good for you. I will say hashtag not an ad again but you know my fitness pal is what got me through it man like because it's it forces you that awareness of going okay. Well if i want to eat these three crackers oh crap. that's one hundred and fifty calories. I could eat seven squash for one. Hundred and fifty calories will probably be more full office seven squash than these three crackers. I should probably do that like it's you know it makes you. It makes you think about all this choices and to this day. I mean it's been years since i've effectively calorie counted but that math in my head like i can. I can look at what i've eaten today and go i too much. I shouldn't have done that. And i'm gonna pay for it later but you know it is what it is. It is what it is friends. We had an amazing chat with our friend. Noah geisel and n. As as noah said on twitter the takes were taken So enjoy enjoy our conversation coming up nex with noah guys like five with.

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"geisel" Discussed on OnEducation

OnEducation

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on OnEducation

"Friends. We have an awesome pod for you. Today we talk about the new jobs for mike. And i some more changes the future of the pod and our guest. This week is the one and only master dig it. Noah geisel i dig. Dig noah geisel i. I'm all dig. On noah geisel so we took two weeks. We took two weeks off in. It's funny we always joke that when you take too much time off so much shit happens that you gotta spend the first twenty minutes of the podcast catching up on everything. That's happened over the last two weeks. So that's exactly what we get to do right now And there's an actor some big things. Big things have happened So obviously i'm just to to. To address a glenn has has left on education as a co host You can go and check out his his tweet on the twitter for why. Because i have no desire to speak for him at all or put words in his mother or anything like that And you know obviously we had some amazing times together. It was two hundred ish episodes Tons of work Tons of you know Busy nights you know. And and i appreciate Glenn in all of the time he invested in in this am. I think you know his legacy on the podcast is is strong and so we wish we wish glenn all the all the best he was a great host. It was. I mean you. You all know amy. Anyone that has listened to the last few episodes. I've been on like i'm was so excited to come join this team to be a part of it and and join mike and glenn i. I've been fortunate enough to hang out with them. Both in person and get to sort of get to know both of them as as friends over the last few years and so you know. i'm. I'm certainly sad to see glenn go but it it's like you said not gonna put words in his mouth sad to see him go. Glad he's making the best choice for him and Excited for For what we can do you know. Yeah so i mean. I guess i could also spend a couple seconds and just say that you know brandon. I are talking all the time Learn frankly to the clinton. I talked about the podcast on its direction and talked a lot about the future and You know we. We have a sponsorship deal with our friends at participate. We have that until the end of november So i i can promise you that you're going to continue to hear from us Every week between now and the end of november for sure But you know brandon. I and we're gonna talk about in just a minute. We're really really really busy. Be two of the busiest people that you folks out there listening. No and so with that being said i mean I am editing. The podcast now. Which is not. I have never i ended. You're an og listener the podcast. You know that. I ended the the beta episode of the podcast. And that's it. That is my on education editing career and last you added in the last episode except for the last episode And so i am editing. The podcast. I have not enough time to do it. I am anticipating it being Full of mistakes. But we're gonna get through that brad. And i will continue to talk about how it's going how we feel how the future might look and and frankly make make a decision. Probably around the end of october but what to do Going forward I i think there are some ways to continue it. We've talked about those. And i think i think that there is a good possibility that we end the the run as well. I would put in a fifty fifty But we're gonna we have some great episodes coming up tons of amazing interviews We have a whole series of itchy related interviews coming up with tons of great books that were starting to get in the mail. now And and we're really excited to talk to those authors Who some of them. We've had on the podcast before in our writing their next books which is also great so don't go anywhere. We're not going anywhere either. At least for a little while and we still got some great conversations including no it was going to say we got an episode with no coming up. I think we have thoroughly proven tonight. That not only will you continue to get episodes at least until november. They're probably going to get longer. Because mike and i both don't know how to shut up. Maybe that's why clinton couldn't take it and it's like wait. We brought brad onto. He talks as much as mike. So today was my first day. I i'm exhausted by the way. My eyes are watering. I'm like yawning and muting my mic. Well in mid yon constantly during the last hour that we've been talking and it's because today's my first day at paper paper dot co. You're doing this today. 'cause we talk all the time like you said i've kind of intentionally not asked you about how today has gone because i knew we were gonna record and i wanted to be able to get like i takes on air so like how was it. What what what was your day like. What is this new role. Look like for you like what's going on in the title is director of community. Paper is very quickly growing They added twenty people today like today's today's on boarding was twenty people and they've been adding you know ten to fifteen people every two weeks for the last couple months growing very quickly. They do an amazing thing. Brad and and i honestly i can't believe that no one's done it before and and cracked this. This model which is delivering tutoring at the district level. So selling a platform tutoring platform to the school districts. So not selling it to parents. Because the problem with tutoring the problem with any sort of educational support service is that typically only the rich kids could get something like that and those are typically also the kids. Ironically that needed the lease You know Kids the tutoring in the past have been also the kids that have been capable of advocating for themselves In telling people what they need and then getting it and expecting to get it and With paper what you get is an army of tutors That are normally university graduates or high level. You know even supply teachers You know You know offering tutoring in everything from math to computer science. Basically any almost any subject. There's a whole list on the website and And selling it to the district so that every single student in the district can just go online to to paper right now and and talk to someone about what..

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"geisel" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

08:42 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Own up to it. Yeah i'll work to improve That is called a guy who seems to want to get better and easy to root for easy to root for because he didn't waltz out in the post make make well it's been travel coming out of a covert year. I'm trying to get back into. He's just talking about mechanics. Is game and i love a guy who can do that. Not only as a refreshing but you get better quicker because you understand your weaknesses. You don't have to have somebody telling excuse maker suck okay. They they just do and he understands the next too much. We'll come back into scots have teen. Mc will all chime in on owed arisen as mechanics. Now listen we said today. There's no way he can't be starting rotation postseason but postseason start today and he mentioned to get a couple of months to get it right. The urgency will be there and it's an uphill climb specially when you're mechanics struggle. But he's an easy guy to root for because we didn't have to tell them what it looked like. He knew sports. Talk seven hundred. Let's listen to sean. Pulse berry. Holstered john salisbury. Ninety your home. I suppose baseball down one heavy. Tmc sean this is and several three two one two five seven. Ninety here on a thursday throwback thursday get great music all day gradient said. Hey just as passionate is. We are in a win win. Great thanks happen. We gotta be just as passionate loss. Try to find some good things but be critical because good teams are critical of themselves. Okay just like we talk about getting booed. Bad teams. don't get booed when they go into opposing teams buildings. Why because fifty two thousand people don't care about bad teams. They care about good teams. Which is okay back to mechanics. If you don't think mechanics are that important. Go ask our us. Men's four by one hundred relay team. They'll prove to you. That mechanics are important because they can't do the elementary that you and your sixth grade school can do is get a handoff and they don't qualify for the olympic final so and three of the five fastest guys in the worlders six fast geisel world running on your olympic four by one hundred team and can't execute something you've done with your eyes closed in your sleep since you were like eight is a sprinter. And they're not they don't even get to compete the mechanics matter and Ad mentioned his eye. Robotics are one thing. I cannot stand a robot in life. And i can't stand a robot when it comes to sports. Maybe you want a robot on the golf course. It just back and forth with a swings. I mean we're it's perfection and has no personality but even then i think we prefer a little bit of personality so mechanics and robotics are different and the mechanics that odor rizzi struggle through one thing. Go back and look at the guy that plays quarterback new england the greatest mechanic sky. In my opinion we've ever had it. The position that matches his success is go go over the years and super mechanics. Just don't break down in bad times. Look at great pitchers. Max was looked like his macaques for sound. When we had garrett cole here you wanna talk about the least amount of wasted motion and as good a mechanics. You'll get no wasted motion between not over exertion of energy. No fallen off the mound. No fallen off side great balance all the things. I can walk you through if i was sitting. You're teaching you to play quarterback it matters and everything that balance on the golf course. You don't hit good shots balance in the batter's box. Good pitchers will destroy. You and bad balance on the mound. Hard to throw strikes hard to get command. I don't care if you throw one ten mc if it's flat you and me are hidden it well maybe you get my point to receive the guy that sits there in the in the low to mid nineties. And we've heard steve sparks talk about it before one of the things that when he's going right is that his fastball. The hitters looks like it's it's rising on them because the way that he he doesn't push released when he goes back he keeps it in which is odd. But i you know and i'm glad that he's able to our. I'm glad moving carts. Mc you notice that the end he snapping he flies out of there with that last part of the snap on his motion and do it it. Just it it it it. If you're not in perfect sake it sets up for bad balance and doing something he has to you. Know how like. Jim furic if you're takes away outside on his golf swing and brings it back inside the square the club. It's the same old. I mean older is he doesn't exactly look like you know garrett cole on the mound when it comes to mechanics as of your point is well. Yeah i mean he's just You know he. He's he's. I'm glad that he's able to admit when he stinks. Which aims and everything but at the end of the day. I don't really care that much because they just needed to be better than this. I'm not asking him to go out and be the ace. I never once had that thought. Mind when they went and acquired him they got him for a specific reason because they had an issue with their starting rotation at the time when the loss of frahm look who's gonna be all all season thing they got that gift back but he's just going to have to be better and you know maybe we've seen him once it was and look you go look through his game logs. Most of his great work essay great compared to last night the the work that is great. Because he's never been more than six guy at any point this season it's been against the bad teams and we saw that specifically one of the outings where he was a reliever out of the bullpen. You know this team could use a little bit of length out of their bullpen. So hopefully owes air keady because they are not doing anything. We haven't heard anything you know. He's not even on a rehab yet. Yep there's no talent and they're doing that on purpose. They're they're they're slow poi- him because you don't want to rush him back because this happened twice now this season and i get it but getting him back and maybe pushing into that bullpen type role would be good now go to raise probably set up now where he's going to have unless he goes out and completely screwed it up. Some good starts over the next month because the schedule lightens up against the bunch of opponents. You should beat but i still think the ultimate play is that he's gonna end up in that bullpen before gapped owner gets here. And here's the issue with that. And what you're saying validates where i'm coming from his and i think he even admitted tyler didn't he in that say about two times this year. He's felt like him kind of same is here and so. And if a couple of those against bad teams now that doesn't mean he's not good pitcher but it goes back to my point also of the mechanics under pressure you can get by with some auto mechanics against teams at the you. You could be eighty percent against some teams in major league baseball on a on a once in a while based not on a regular because these guys are good. The bad teams got good players. Is you can get by with it and still feel good and if your mechanics are kind of locked in will mine mccain being the mere mortals mechanics are always better against when things are going smoothly. It's the and the fact that jake could admit that he's mechanics. Need work but you can see it. And the statistics bear that out verse. Good bad teams as opposed to somebody who mechanics the hyper hyper awareness. Your mechanics against outstanding teams toward. They're not breaking down her pressure. Listen a breakdown in a pressures. Most of us do when it comes to sports. I mean the it's the different cat that ramp it up and his better in big moment so he's got to get better and like i said i admit that we're you hit. You can easy to like. We can't cut guy slack because he's not pitching well just because he's a good guy. He's trying to work it out. He knows that he's not looking. I don't think for any sympathy and there's not a whole lot of time to give it to them and if this is a good month to get right because the schedule. But he's got to get to the point is he gets through these mechanics. Verse rosters and hitting orders. That aren't exactly dominant to be prepared to have himself a chance to get it against teams and opposing pitchers that are hard gig easy for us to save from ear. But don't use we saw. Why the dodgers are going to hang around. And and why you go get max scherzer and why you got all these great bats and your lineup and we saw the lance mccullers on tuesday. I looked like a sledgehammer ace. And then you saw jayco to try to stay in starting rotation and you can't give max scherzer that much leeway and it's difficult enough to pitch against these great hitters mechanics are good and jake's going to try and work through the question is candy and if it can't be as the starter which more than likely won't be when this season ends If it's any or two here and there they're not asking much like you said don't need a stuff but needs stuff to make sure that it's not a oh here. We go again situation when the postseason starts to roll around you split with. The dodgers ain't no shame in that.

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"geisel" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"They come in on the airlines who. What's the preferred modality. we do. We do see. Some people bringing in check bags drugs opposite. People wanna carried on the person on a plane but the most common is vehicle couriers in all these guys are using Complex compartments inside cars hydraulically appear traps. Is what we call on. So do you know sano. Da's job g. d. as mission is really not to go after the street level users distributors. But do you know through experience. What they Percentage the purity level is the street level. Heroin that people are actually using in detroit. It's crazy we talked to some actual users to to get some more information on this and they've told us that they will not by heroin period unless it has in it in. This is the craziest thing i've ever heard. If if a addict dies of an overdose other people will seek out the dealer. That served that hot dose. Kill that person to get the same product that killed that person because people believe that potent like they want that potency that it can almost kill you. So gosh in. That's these geisel shoot together in a group and they'll have one guy and they call them the designated driver in they'll give him The nar can Knows puff then you know. If a guy in a group you know turns blue drops out that designated driver will bring them back to life narcan for the net listeners. That aren't familiar with that. Explain what narcan is narcan is a chemical that it amelie shuts your brain receptors. Also that it won't progress the effects of heroine or feno pinto basically bring you back from the point of death when you're when you're overdosing do and so are the heroin users are they're not using needles snorting or what's the preferred method. We still we still mostly needle us really. Yeah that's that's unusual man. I remember some arrests. You start to search the person. And i'd see these long sleeves and the first thing i'd do is i'd roll up the sleeves and then you start seeing stuff like that and it's like Yeah i don't even want to touch those arms. And then then i as a little farm way started learning what they started shooting between their toes or other places like that they'd run out of good veins to or the necker singers and just horrible fiction a man. And now now. We're adding all the opioids onto it like say you're talking about and now this is like i. I don't think people realize how bad things are with that as well too. I mean when we talk fit and all we're talking about now the amount of fat and all that you could put onto your little finger could kill an entire room of people in in a lotta guys are. They're buying one hundred grams. Offend all through the mail or if the china or the dark web in they'll get this hundred grams of on an though. Mix it with the adult rents and create a couple keys of spending all that i mean obviously kilo sells for fifty grand so it was just the the markup is exponential of just starting from that small amount of along but it's for just just expand a little bit more on what morgan said there and because you know we as law enforcement or former law enforcement want to get this out his widely worldwide as we.

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"geisel" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

The Deep Dive Podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on The Deep Dive Podcast

"Thousand fingers of dr t recently. There have been some controversy along with a lot of overwrought. Hand wringing over several works of legendary children's author and illustrator theodor. Seuss geisel or dr seuss on march. Second twenty twenty one. Dr seuss enterprises which is a part of random house. Children's books released a statement on.

"geisel" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on No Agenda

"Them nice list to go with a lung. Donations fifty dollars. Web scott says happy birthday to theodore guy. Geisel was celebrated a march second. Gen ed amoco. Birthday was on march. Third todd webster. Turn forty two thirds all yesterday. Grabs scott celebrates today himself. Congratulations thanks for all your courage. Joseph bell thirty three today. Stephen few percents happy birthday to was handsome boyfriend. Kirk who needs grinder when you got no agenda today. Vinnie says happy. Birthday was smoking hot cunning and stunning wife. Sinead celebrating today drew. Sample is Aka sir bubba. Tap returns thirty six today. Rick gibbs says happy birthday to his brother jeff who turns fifty three dc girl and all the friends on no agenda social. Say happy birthday to professor were. He'll be celebrating tomorrow as my baby. Sister willow perry. I'm not going to tell you how old she is going to be. Catherine sutton happy birthday. J. d. forty six and jennifer lee's birthday to just a new. We say happy birthday from everybody here at the in the universe. Pom pom pom. One one one night one dame. I got a blade that one the ceremonial blade. Jericho and todd webster. Hello both of you. Thank you very much for your support. The no agenda show and the amount of one thousand dollars or more that means you get a spot here at the roundtable of the no agenda knights of names and i am proud to pronounce the k. d. j. pretender the pandas and surf farmer. Todd of the upper dot dot for you got hudson blow rent boys and chardonnay. I got some pennsylvania. Ri- with a heaping serving of mutton as necessary along with ginger ale gerbils hits and bourbon. Jason sock age.

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"geisel" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on No Agenda

"Everybody jobs jobs. You've got them nice list to go with a lung. Donations fifty dollars. Web scott says happy birthday to theodore geisel who celebrated a march second gen. Ed amoco birthday was on march. Third todd webster. Turn forty two thirds all yesterday. Grabs scott celebrates today himself. Congratulations thanks for all your courage. Joseph bell thirty three today. Stephen few percents happy birthday to was handsome boyfriend. Kirk who needs grinder when you got no agenda today. Vinnie says happy. Birthday was smoking hot cunning and stunning wife. Sinead celebrating today. Drew sample is Aka sir bubba. Tap returns thirty six today. Rick gibbs says happy birthday to his brother jeff who turns fifty three dc girl and all the friends on no agenda social. Say happy birthday to professor were. He'll be celebrating tomorrow as my baby. Sister willow perry. I'm not going to tell you how old she is going to be. Catherine sutton happy birthday. J. d. forty six and jennifer lee's birthday to just a new. We say happy birthday from everybody here at the in the universe. Pom pom pom. One one one night one dame. I got a blade that one the ceremonial blade. I like jericho and todd webster. Hello both of you. Thank you very much for your support. The no agenda show and the amount of one thousand dollars or more that means you get a spot here at the roundtable of the no agenda knights of names and i am proud to pronounce the k. d. j. pretender the pandas and surf farmer. Todd of the upper dot dot for you got hudson blow rent boys and chardonnay. We've got some pennsylvania ri- with a heaping serving of mutton as necessary along with ginger ale gerbils hits and bourbon. Jason sock age.

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"geisel" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

08:39 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"True. I love you wanted to talk to John about yesterday Show, please. I'm connected with John setting. Thank you. John, you have a call on line two. Yes, John Settings office. But how many? How many assists you Hello, John, This is Jack. Are you going, Jack? Thank you for the call. Doing Well, thank you. Yes. I want to talk to you about your reaction with the Dr Seuss story yesterday. Yes. And in what way? Did I react that you would like to discuss? Well, you had you had. I don't know Somewhat of in every action to the story about his his stepping out on his wife during her terminal illness. Yeah, well, I don't know if I called an odd reaction. I mean, I think most people are disgusted by the fact to learn You know that somebody who you held in high regard as a child. I was cheating on his dying wife, and then she killed herself. And then he's still married. The mistress a short time after you know, I thought my reaction was pretty warranted. I did not say honest that AB but sorry. It's that did not come across correctly. Um, I wanted to appeal to your empathy in that situation. I have had to take care of a spouse as they were dying. And it's a horrible thing on it doesn't change the fact that you still have physical needs. I did not have to step out on my wife. But there were days when it felt like a reasonable things that keeps it up. Can I interject? I'm sorry. No, I'm not supposed to be tapping this line. Let me go. Let me go ahead and let me go ahead. And BP and jurors a little conference call with this guy. Hello, Justin Intruding in the liner. By the way, you should be able to do something called an emergency breakthrough. You'd call the officer. If you would call someone the operator you'd call somebody in their line would be busy. You could call the operator and say you you wanted to do an emergency breakthrough. What? I swear to you, I swear to you, this was a thing. Like, Let's say you're calling your friends that he'd right and it's just busy. Busy, busy, busy. Busy. They're supposed to go to the movies in an hour. You try for 20 minutes in this busy you could hit zero. And you could go. Operator. Could you please do an emergency break in And, uh and it would cost you like a buck or five bucks or something. And and so he would get a message while he's on the phone. Hi. This is the operator. I have an emergency brake in from Droog. Arabo. Will you accept that? And he could either go? Yeah, I know. We're sort of that was the thing, please. Someone back me up on that Anyway, sir. Did you cheat on your dying wife, or did you not? Did not okay, but there were doing that. Please just answer the question. I asked you so the fact that you did not Says to me that it while you certainly any man is going to have desires whether or not his wife is dying. Those desires can be kept in check if you have enough respect. And or love for, said dying wife and the fact that Dr Theodore Geisel did not, and that he stepped out on her, not with some random hussy. What a good friend of hers, causing her to overdose on barbiturates when she found out I think John is fully justified in his reaction of indignation. Once he found out about this deal, and you're trying to make it sound clinical. You're making it try. You know you're making it sound like a man has needs if you've got those needs, and I don't even agree with this, But go get them handled in a clinical like fashion, whether you pay for that, whether that's you know the old rub and tug, but You know, falling in love with a friend of the family banging her while your wife is still alive and then marrying her shortly after she kills herself because you cheated on her. That's just it's gonna be hard to argue that person's moral character in my opinion. Yeah, a lot of the things that happened afterwards. We're not part of The original issue. He stepped out that that happened. She found out She had a bad reaction. She killed herself, and that's the sad and horrible thing. I don't know. Sad and horrible things set in motion by his derelict and wrists and irresponsible and selfish actions. Sir, I respectfully disagree with you. Don't you agree with it? Why didn't you cheat on me on your wife when she was dying? I'll take your silence to mean that you have a high moral character and that you had respect for, um Yeah, maybe high moral character. Maybe it was too much work to try and and danced around things. Maybe I was just too exhausted to try and go make something happen. I don't know. There were a lot of complications. Okay, well, guess what? Dr. Seuss didn't care so much about these complications. He only cared about his own selfish desires. And he was so damn morally scumbag ish that he did it with a friend of hers, knowing full well that when she found out she would have a bad reaction. Yeah. I don't know that. He knew that she would find out you are making all of these assumptions, sir. And you just got your ass handed to you in this argument. The only thing you could do now is retreat. With some dignity intact. You were wrong on this one. All right, then I will retreat through. Yes as well. You should have a lovely day. Go get your shine box, bitch. Whoa! 77 57 900 to 5. Thanks for listening. Sorry. To go step too far. You gotta live alone. Who are you? That was up to try. Hey, what's up, man? How you doing? Good. How you guys doing today? Really Good. Thank you. What can we do for you? Jemma Jemma hustle like a preteen hustle. I had to Preteen also was my one. Woz, my sister. She's two years younger, so I would get her to do it. I go with her, and we would go out the day after Halloween and tell people that they didn't want to get fat so we would take their leftover candy. And then we would sell that in school. So you did like the fake out the fake candy. Give back program where you would take the candy. The people would give back to you and then sell it at school. How does that? How does that you know? Go in the front door. What do you say to someone you actually say? You don't want to get fat. Give me your extra candy. My sister was little and kind of cute, though she would go up there they Hey, we're just going around door to door. Any leftover candy You want to get rid of that? You didn't get back like we do, actually. And if you came around to my place, you get a bunch of milk duds and and sugar babies. If you remember those and sugar daddies I do I do. I'm 44 man. Remember all that old nasty stuff? Thank you, dude. 77 579 wanted to five. Ah, lot of the preteen hustle. I bet centered around candy. Yeah, I I didn't know. Maybe this. Is this a regional thing? Because I don't remember. I don't. I never did it and I also don't remember people just selling candy. Yeah, we There was at least one kid in every school that I went to who had a candy hustle? Because you go to the candy, you know, Stop the snack bar. Whatever. Buy yourself a Hershey bar for like a buck. When some kid selling it for like 35 cents. Don't need to know where that hurts. You could borrow came from Yeah, all of the food. I remember being sold, I think was on the up and up is part of you know different different things where people were selling. Do you remember those? Those suckers? The circular globe suckers that had a million different flavors? Yeah, like an everlasting Gobstopper. Well, I don't know what they were exactly, but they were just like weird flavors, and there would be hundreds of them and People were selling those in school. I remember that's the only thing it was above board, though you gotta live below. What sort of guys is Carl? Um, always wanna call real quick and, uh, that's actually my step daughter goes to Coleman. She's in the same grade and as a class with that girl that Got found with it. I just find it funny, though, because that kind of stuff that we sold when we were in middle school was like it was kind of dorky like those little key chain things where you got to keep folding one piece over the other. Next piece over the other, and it kind of like, makes like a like a long key chain and people buy those from us, and I think part of it has to do is like, I guess just parents not monitoring at all. What Kids were doing on the Internet cause I mean, if if some people let their have their credit card on Amazon, and you could just order whatever they got so many packages coming to the house, they don't really keep track of it. But That's probably well, what was going on there, But, yeah, I was kind of creepy..

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6 Dr. Seuss books will stop being published due to racist images

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

01:28 min | 1 year ago

6 Dr. Seuss books will stop being published due to racist images

"With a report that six Dr Seuss books won't be published for races, images, and those books include and to think that I saw it on Mulberry Street. And if I ran the zoo, so those books will stop being published because of racist and insensitive imagery right that she's so out of control. That is Joe Biden's decision. He's a guy that came out yesterday and said, Basically, we are canceling Theodor Geisel. That was Biden. Well, I'm just looking at the AP right now. This just came across a little while ago that they're ceasing production. Now of these six books. I know they've been saying it that they wanted a I know that Virginia school district. Bandit because it said it was racist. They banned Dr Seuss Day and then I saw that President Biden also said that yesterday But now I'm reading that they're kind of jumping on the bandwagon, and they're getting their ceasing production of six of their books. It's a crazy, crazy world we live in now, when it's getting worse every day, and I can't think of anything more crazy than this Various presidents. This is Kim to this book burning essentially, is what it is. It's a book, but they did that in Nazi Germany. And we see all the signs of totalitarianism and fascism on the left from these a socialists, and this is just the latest manifestation. You know how many kids Dr Seuss books helped read. Oh, teach them to read. Yes, I think May I think I

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"geisel" Discussed on Relatable Stories with Rylan Banis

Relatable Stories with Rylan Banis

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on Relatable Stories with Rylan Banis

"Without any further do saw anxious and so stress are. I just wanted to get up. I just couldn't stay in the please. This mall box individual. He is a little off. My spent just as less than connect. Brian the lubin. Not brian. those just hope as a guy who lake oil they just dump right and and in the olympic. Dr is a stops of geisel lobby back in the late metro north. And then i'm like as you was rest customers visas which absolutely wouldn't like i love my leg very much and was like model that our time and i think i dispatching the things. I'm sensing the begotten an shopping or just ended night. I give the and wasn't stuff we go and then stop and then i go home and they were happy with right is speeds. I have never again having gone lives after that tense. Look everything that. I'm i gone. Breathless declined the sporting influence for the rest of the day when i was visiting. But they didn't use and donate back. Have you was by will be higher. You coordinate. John's is you know other people. I have someone to cry. And you're getting stuck in a group of getting. You know what. I mean right so joey learn experience. I was a bonding experience. Here's my body experience share and and yeah it was it was right it is it is. It is always your this day. You're like all these things happen. You know want do governor but sometimes leading this option. I think i will happen either. I mean of course. I have useless but i never knew liberal. Stop and go incident. It happened so this is one of the things that i don't know most of you listening of elevators. And you're like what you we're to be afraid of snakes as big dying to you need to the this house so you don't even need to get off so i hope hearing the point you make. I know that you love this one. I know that you want to hear exciting juicier buried by stories for this is exactly what you have a playlist of all missiles season link down in the description and i promise you love all the episodes that have just for you and be said. There's a.

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"geisel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"geisel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Ah, Maggie Gyllenhaal, this sibling in his American actor who's known for roles in his films such as Idiocracy Old School and the Royal Tenant Bombs. Um Mm. I don't know which guy it is. Luke Wilson or Owen Wilson. Uh, Luke, this celebrity sibling is an American actor who appeared alongside his brother, who starred and co wrote the film Good will hunting. Ben Affleck's brother. Big, Big, Big, Big Pippa. Babe. Can't remember. He's a pretty good actor. That guy that athletic that Affleck Hey, is he? Yes, This sucks. Sorry, Donna, but you did not win today. Congratulations, Tracy And Steve. You got all three, right? Casey Affleck was the last one Good job, and Jake Gyllenhaal. Luke Wilson. Geisel's were great. We have One tiebreak. Weight was a Jake heard Mager. Maggie. Excuse me. Look, maybe you're right. You're right. I apologize. I got excited. I'm excited about my audio clue here for the final one. And Tracy. We would like you to play with us along here. So if you know who this Going to play a clip and I want you to name this guy's brother. That's it so named this guy's brother. All right, if you know it, say it out loud. I'm the dude. So that's what you have Bridges Beau Bridges, bridges. Nice job, dude, nous or dude or or, you know el do to Reno. If you're not into the whole brevity,.

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Today is Read Across America Day.

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Today is Read Across America Day.

"Today is a read across America day the nation's biggest celebration of reading aims to encourage children and teenagers to read the national education association launched read across America day nineteen ninety eight when I focused on Dr Seuss books but it kinda now promotes a wide array of books the NEA says it wants to create more readers writers and people who understand the world is far richer than just their experiences alone the man known as Dr Seuss Theodor Seuss Geisel was born

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Was The Lorax Really A Monkey?

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Was The Lorax Really A Monkey?

"Short Orange and moustachioed he famously speaks for the trees. He's the law wrecks on of Dr Seuss's most beloved characters known for his environmental. Activism he might also have been based on a real life creature. That's the premise of one study which proposes that this sort of a man described as shortish and oldish and Brownish and Mossy could've urban inspired by the Patas monkey in one thousand nine hundred seventy Dr Seuss real name Theodor Geisel took a trip to Kenya there he likely observed some primates who are orange stand donor hind legs and yes have a mustache. Mustache these potus monkeys even have arrested call that might remind you of the Laura Axes Sawdust e sneeze the studies researchers took this comparison one step further using facial recognition software to compare the florax to possible real life inspirations though results the lurex looks an awful lot like a blue monkey or Pout US monkey was also interesting is that potus monkeys get their food from whistling thorn cases. which resemble some old trophy trees in the books illustrations in the story the trump bula trees need the law rex to protect them but maybe like the PAS monkeys living off the cases? The Laura eggs needs tributaries to so this could mean that the Laura had a symbiotic relationship with the trump bula trees the study says if so the LUREX is less and environmental activists and more a creature of a threatened habitat.

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Never-before released Dr. Seuss book coming this fall

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

03:08 min | 4 years ago

Never-before released Dr. Seuss book coming this fall

"New Dr Seuss book coming out this fall? It's going to be in bookstores on September third. It's the finished manuscript by the late children's author, and it's the basis for Dr Seuss's horse museum random house's children's books announced the illustrator Andrew joiner completed the text which has a look that's very Susie as they say and wholly his own the book features horse art work by Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock among others and includes cameos from such Seuss favorites as the Grinch and the cat in the hat member. Dr Seuss whose real name was Theodor Geisel died in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. There was another release in two thousand fifteen what PECH get which was a. Best seller so fair or foul. I guess I'd have to really see the book to see if it was a fair attempt. But in historically, those things don't work out. Very well retry to finish geniuses work for them after they pass away. I don't know. It looks pretty good to me though. It looks good. But I it is weird. He's he's he's gone. So they're taking of this finished manuscript. I'm going to be a wait and see to. I can't really I'm not going to be fair foul until I see it. But I've seen clips of it. And it looks. It looks pretty good is what I'll say. I think it looks pretty good. But I don't know I agree with you. I what's it called the jury's out. It is called. Oh, the horse. Just say, I don't even know. I can't even remember Dr Seuss is Dr Suess. Horse. Museum. I think it's such a fine line behind like honoring somebody who's passed away. And then just riding on their coattails published book and make some money. Like, I mean. For example, like prince like after he passed away his family or whoever was in charge of his state did a bunch of things that he was vocal about not doing. I did it. Anyway. They charged for the ticket, of course, because they're making money on it right now, if this was like, a big charity foundation where they're gonna donate these books to like schools around the country or something like I would be one hundred percent on board whether or not it was a good project. But I'm sure that they're just a I'm actually you know, what I'm just going to go with foul. Wow. You just changed your mind. Go with foul. I'm on the fence. I wanna see it. I I'm going to see

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Theodor Geisel, Dr Seuss And Executive Producer discussed on Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity

00:14 sec | 4 years ago

Theodor Geisel, Dr Seuss And Executive Producer discussed on Sean Hannity

"Is over Audrey Geisel. The widow of Theodor Geisel otherwise known as children's author Dr Seuss is dead at the age of ninety seven missiles Geisel recently served as an executive producer on the new animated adaption of the Dr Seuss classic. The Grinch Theodor Geisel died in

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