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"Most without equal for this recipe you will need one each skylark thrush quayle ortolan lapping. Golden plover partridge woodcock. -til guinea hen guinea fowl. Wild duck red pheasant. Wild goose boostered and fake pecker pluck and got the birds then stuff the smallest bird into the next smallest birds cavity and so on until you have one neutron star of bird meet paraphrased from seventeenth century cookbook and you thought her duck in was a new thing. My name's moxy. And this is your brain on facts. Two days after this episode drops. It is thanksgiving in the united states and the supporters at patriot. Dot com slash. Your brain on facts voted to go. Turkey talk today. So let's go through the myths and misconceptions by working our way through a painting an odd choice as this is an audio only medium. Certainly luckily we don't have to pick just one painting. Most paintings depicting the first thanksgiving in giant air quotes of sixteen twenty. One contain the same things about of puritan settlers dressed in austere black clothing. With bright metal buckles gathered around a table laden with food. Maybe the family patriarch is offering a prayer and a small group of native americans can be seen in the background. Maybe one or two in the foreground. If i were to show you jennie. Augusta browns combs. The first thanksgiving or the first thanksgiving by louise jerome farris painted within a year of each other in the early twentieth century. Incidentally you'd say oh. Yeah that was in my history book which year all of them probably. That's how we've been taught to think of historical thanksgiving's but we're not school kids anymore. So it's time to update that image paintings of the first thanksgiving referred to that feast in sixteen twenty one in plymouth massachusetts. What we actually know about the feast. Concretely is very limited. It mostly comes from a single letter. Written by a communist named edward winslow two hundred and twenty years later in eighteen forty one. His letter was published in chronicles. Of the pilgrim fathers by boston writer and publisher alexander young and it was young. Who called the gathering. The first thanksgiving even though the word thanksgiving doesn't appear anywhere in winslow's letter that feast wouldn't have been thanksgiving to the pilgrims. Puritans did observe thanksgiving days after fortunate events like a good harvest. The were religious observances. People spent the day in church often in silent prayer and they fasted rather than feasted. It's almost the polar opposite of the way we celebrate thanksgiving today. So that day wasn't thanksgiving and it wasn't even the first for a few reasons for starters. It didn't happen a second time. Let alone annually. So it can hardly be said to be the first of anything it would take more than two hundred years for an autumn. Feast referred to as thanksgiving too widely proliferate second. It wasn't the first meal shared by europeans and native americans in the new world. A reasonable drive from my home here in. Virginia is the berkeley plantation where a thanksgiving feast was held this one by the europeans alone. Three dozen settlers arrived in the chesapeake bay in sixteen nineteen on a ship. Captain by a man who had survived the winter of sixteen o nine in the jamestown colony a winter referred to as the starving time after a rough two and a half months at sea and another week on inland waterways. They finally arrived at berkeley hundred later called berkeley plantation on december fourth. They disembarked assembled a meal. From what shifts rations. They still had ham and wasters probably and said prayers of thanksgiving. It was declared that their arrival must be yearly and perpetually kept holy as a day of thanksgiving to almighty god end so it was for two whole years in march of sixteen twenty two. The poyton having noticed that the settlers weren't leaving and in fact were expanding their territory and kept trying to convert and civilize them attacked berkeley and other settlements killing over three hundred fair playboys if you ask historians in maine they'll tell you the first. Such meal happened not in sixteen twenty one in massachusetts but in sixteen. O seven in papa main. The popham colony barely lasted a year. Thanks to a fire in their storehouse during the particularly harsh winter and miscalculations like staying in a four right on the shore rather than moving inland where the forest could provide a windbreak. They arrived in the
Teachers' Union will not sign agreement to reopen Washington, DC Public Schools
"To get D C. School kids back in the classroom appear to have hit a road block. The Washington teacher's union has now refused to sign a tenement, a tentative rather agreement to reopen classrooms. And accuses D. C. Public schools have not being transparent. Union leaders also say the deal is not in the best interest of students, teachers or school workers because it does not follow public health guidelines. Union had tentatively agreed to the deal last week, but is now asking the D C Council for legislation that would require the school system to submit a clear, detailed reopening plan. Now
Washington DC schools to open for CARE classes Wednesday
"Now we're the number of coronavirus cases has topped 19,000, even though moderate community spread remains in the nation's capital to school system says it's ready to move ahead with bringing some school kids back to class. Starting this Wednesday, students in 29 schools will learn virtually with a staff member there to help them in what are called cares. Classrooms. Schools Chancellor Dr Lewis Fair be says it will Help students who are having a hard time learning from home. While we believe that we have done to due diligence with health and safety up to 600 students will be able to return on Wednesday. Teachers will not be in the classroom. Meantime,
Philadelphia - New Jersey to curb indoor dining service as COVID-19 cases spike
"Call will come a bit earlier in New Jersey because of the rising number of covert case with a spike in covert 19 cases. New restrictions are on the way, but they won't come close to what we were doing in the spring. This is not a lock down, but this is tweaking. But starting Thursday, restaurants and bars will stop indoor service at 10 o'clock, and the governor says he'll continue to hammer away on the importance of social distancing and wearing a mask. We got to stay on the bullhorn. Keep pleading with folks battle against that fatigue with high hopes that a vaccine will soon be here. This is not forever and always, we got a six month window basically to keep this thing at check. Other restrictions from the governor include no more bar service and banning interstate sports travel for school kids. Al
Fraternal Twins Murder Case: Echos of Cain & Able
"David melfi was a troubled young man who took an active role in the killing of his attorney brother and leaving him to die in his own. Blood michael melfi is twin was found in the basement of the family home in a pool of blood. David was charged and convicted first degree murder in march nineteen ninety five and the connection with the slaying of his brother. Michael david melfi found himself in an unusual role. He was both relatives of the victim. And the convicted killer. David malthus attorney neal's aibo told the genesee county jury. The david malfa horrible terrible judgment but he denied his client. David melfi killed his brother. Michael yet there was no evidence that david tried to help his brother. Michael who was stabbed forty five times. The jury heard the claim. The david malki was guilty of no more than being an accessory after the fact to a murder because he was not directly involved in the killing mel fees trial attorney cast doubt on an alleged accomplice in the brutal murder. His name was patrick again. Kenny who accepted a plea bargain and testified against mouthy at the jury trial in flint michigan. Can he plead to a second degree murder charge. He testified under oath that he and david melfi plan to kill michael melfi and other family members if necessary so they could take their family van and fleet of florida or texas kimmy told flint please detectors that michael malki was lured into the basement where he kenny tried to slid michael malfeasance throat but was unable to win. Michael began to fight back kenny. Then call david melfi to the basement to help him during the struggle. Patrick kennedy testified that the brother david melfi provided a knife and how down his twin brother as ken. Kenny stabbed him repeatedly. Forty five times in all it's a useful exercise to look back at the book of genesis chapter four and the new international version of the bible now able kept flocks and cain worked in the soil. And of course at time cain brought some of the fruits of the soil as an offering to the lord enable also brought an offering fat portions from some of the first born of his. The lord looked with favor unable and is offering but kane but on cain and his offerings in not look with favor so cain was very angry and his face was downcast. Then the lord said to cain. Why are you angry. Why is your face. John kass do what is right. You will not be accepted but if you do do not do. it's right. Sin is crouching at your door. It desires to have you but you must rule over it. Now cain said to his brother abel. Let's go out to the field while they were there in the field kane attacked his brother abel and killed them then the lord said to cain. Where's your brother able. I don't know he replied. And my brother's keeper the lord said what have you done. Listen your brother's blood. Cries out to me from the ground. It is downright spooky that the story of david and michael melfi is nearly identical to the first recorded murder found in the bible like cain. David melfi was jealous of his twin brother who had animosity towards his parents also like kane confronted by his father. Adam about the killing of his brother kane told his dad adam that his brother abel laid on the ground with many wounds kane told his father he was not sure that he inflicted any of wounds especially fatal ones simple terms. Cain denied the obvious and he refused to accept responsibility for the death of his brother abel. This was not just to his father but to god who confronted him and punished him with isolation unfathomable to me donder. Stand that high school. Kids could demonstrate such talapity this new age case of cain and abel still shocks me today
Principals critical of Washington D.C. school system’s plan to reopen elementary schools
"D C school high school principals air speaking out against the city's plan to put 7000 students back in elementary using employees from their schools to make it happen. The principle of McKinley technology High who stands to lose six employees tells the Post quote. I don't want to downplay the dire straits that our elementary school kids were facing. But I don't think taking away resource is for middle and high school kids is the answer.
Boston Delays Next Phase Of In-Person Learning Until October 29
"For Boston school Kids with Boston designated as high risk for Cove in Boston public schools is again delaying the next phase of in person learning. The district announced last night that the start of a phase three of in person learning for students in pre Queda third grade will be delayed by one week from October. 22nd 2 October 29th at the earliest. This is the second delay because of Boston's Hi Corona virus infection rate currently at 4.4%. Well,
The Future of E-Sports in Schools
"That's something I want to ask you about is, you know, as we look towards the future of Esports. We're seeing all these college leagues pop up a bunch of high school. He's ventured play versus the high school Esports League electronic gaming Federation has home Cool Esports, how can youth Esports help put gamers in a better environment to then continue their gaming career in high school and even colleges and potentially into some level of of pro play in the future. How do you think the XP league and Youth Sports in general can help prepare the next generation of Esports players. So I think it gives them an opportunity to participate in it and see if it's you know a good fit for them and also develop those skills and this the the positive training habits, especially in a in a in a manner like what we do a text eleague where we have the kids stretch and we make sure they take a water break and and we treat it as if they're athletes, you know, they're e Sports athletes. And so we want them to walk to focus on it as if they were running a marathon or doing any other type of physical activity. And so, you know, you hear about Gamers who are pro level or competitive Gamers who suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome issues or other back problems from poor posture and they move into ergonomics and they started really late. And so when we try to page to show this to them early so that they won't have those issues as they as they develop into you, but also a conversation that I had with some of the folks in in the scholarship world and actually had a, Finish conversation with one of our partners which is aim lab about this this combine program that they're putting together and the difficulties universities suck at finding talent and recruiting. And so I think this helps fill the pipeline into High School Esports, it'll be something that you know, the more kids are playing this in elementary and middle school and and looking at it as a sport. It also gives the parents Buy in and I think that's one of the missing pieces cuz if a high school kid comes home and says, hey Mom and Dad I want to place on the E sports team the parents think well, what do you usually hang out at school a little bit later and play video games with your friends whatever, you know, it's you know, it is what it is go-ahead or or don't or you could be the parents like no, I don't want you doing that cuz I don't want them to focus on your studies. And I want you focusing on on Athletics. Well Studies have shown that the kids who participate in any sports at school actually do better and and you know, there's all these years. Studies that that are coming out now that they have some some data on it we're playing games and competitive Esports helps with cognitive function and and memory and perception and and all that sort of uh, all those sort of benefits. So I think being able to get to the parents when the kids are younger and showing them this positive outcome that can that can be done from this and taking something that the kids want to do and they're going to do anyway, I mean, I think I read seventy percent of Kids 2 216 are playing video games at home of some sort. And so they're going to do it regardless offering it in a manner where it's structured. It is coach LED it is positive, you know, it has a as a finite start-and-stop time that's got a practice schedule. It's not just, you know, get on and play Forever. There's there's all these little pieces of it that make it more digestible for a log. Parents and I think that alone is going to grow the game itself. I mean, I think by having parents you look at it is as something that is healthy and safe and beneficial real opens it up to grow the game going into high school and Collegiate Sports. I think what you'll start seeing is the more parents that buy into it the larger the public programs will be in high school. The larger the programs will be in on the Collegiate side
Sending Sick Kids to School
"Over the weekend we went to my. Brother's gender. reveal. Party. Right like. We saw each other you and I physically saw other. So you knew I was there. Didn't get the gend the gender is Vagina. They're having a baby girl just like you said that differently. But okay, well, I don't I. DON'T PERSONALLY BELIEVE IN GENDER overall parties. It's Kinda like. I don't believe in them. They exist I know they exist I don't know why exist I just kind of feel like it doesn't have to be a thing, but I'm also. We. It wasn't a thing when I was having kids. So I just have to wrap my brain around the fact that. This is this fine. Nineteen back in nineteen twenty one, they didn't even have. Cameras to record write gender I don't think so I get. Nothing. So anyway, so it was it was a very nice party. But of course, you know it was it was a little bit difficult because we were sold that we were coming to this party and it was family only and it turned into at least fifty plus people. And I started to get really aggravated and agitated because we weren't told this and so. You know I made my kids wear masks, my husband and I wore masks but there was literally only one other person at the party who put on on a mask when they saw that we were wearing a mask and everybody else gave like dirty looks and it was a little uncomfortable. And it wasn't everybody. It was a select few people who were like, why are you wearing a mask? This is stupid and it's like I don't know you I, don't know where you've been I don't know your bubble situation. So we're going to just do our part and we're gonNA wear our mask and we actually kind of took the role of being in charge of the food so that we could kind of be inside a little bit away from everybody. And we and everybody in the party was outside. So it wasn't outdoor event, but it's just it's a weird world that we live in right like we like everything weird things become uncomfortable. You have to make a choice like you're and so we did we made our choice and we were masks and did our thing. And then we we get home and of course, your brain is thinking Gosh, you know I hope nobody sneezed on us I hope nobody would ever like we were we were away from people. We were doing things that we were supposed to, but you just never know right like that's the world we live in. I'm not afraid of Covid as people have been saying I'm afraid of on my page I'm living my life I'm not living in fear but. You know there's guidelines in place for a reason you wear a mask for a reason. You stay six feet apart for a reason whatever blah blah blah. So we get a phone call. I get a phone call Wednesday morning. From us. And he says he's whispering. And he come. Pick me up from school. and. I said why Buddy? What's wrong and he said we've all been sent up to the front office were being quarantined. One of the kids in my class tested positive for COVID. And I went you've gotta be kidding me I'm like got to be effing kidding me. So I was like, okay. I'm coming right up so I get up there and One hundred and some odd kids end up having to be quarantined because this one kid test positive and I and the nurse comes out in the nurses trying to talk to all these parents and I said, can I just ask a question? I. Don't. I don't care who the kit is I'm not looking for names I just WanNa know was he symptomatic? Did he come to school sick and like feverish and coughing or was this just like randomly the kid got tested for because of X. Y. and Z. and found that he was as symptomatic and Blah Blah Blah and she says, no, he came to school on Monday and Tuesday with a fever and a cough and I was like wow. Okay. Awesome. Thanks so very much. There's video coming about this I already did it. So I was super perturbed because it was like and the thing is, is this kid is. In High School. So he could have been left home alone to fend for himself. If he was sick, it didn't a babysitter. This wasn't a situation where it was like you have to go to school because we're going to work you can leave your high school kid home right on. So I got really perturbed and aggravated. So I took him directly over for a Rapid test just because we wanted to have like a like a negative or a positive and know what was going on. We got we got swabbed as well just because like even though they said, we didn't have technically with contact tracing. We wanted to do it just so that we would know where you know what cards were holding here. Right, and then they said if you have any symptoms between now and Friday. Come back and retest if you WANNA. Be One hundred percent positive that you're in the clear come back and test. Even. If you don't have symptoms because then you'd know if you were a symptomatic or whatever. So it just I feel really bad for my kid because he's out of school now for fourteen days. and. So are these other hundred and twenty, five, hundred and fifty kids and When people say things like your afraid of covid and you're living in fear it's like I'm trying to normalize our lives. I set my kids back to school and there's no way to find normal right because I could send them back on October twenty first and guess what he can get sent home again for another fourteen days because another kid comes in with it like this. Can continue to happen over and over again. So the hard part is like, how are we actually supposed to find any normal and all of this right? So that's kind of where I'm at you know like I don't I don't understand I don't know what it is that we're supposed to do I don't know I what the the most frustrating thing you know not trying to. Start anything out but I feel like masks have somehow become politicized and that's what makes it frustrate frustrating. It's totally frustrating.
NYC schools welcome back a new wave of students, but rising COVID rates loom over reopening
"Starting tomorrow, middle and high school Kid's head back to class in the city is part of the blended learning plan, which Mayor de Blasio says is going great. As of this morning 870 schools open in New York City with in person learning for the Children. Yes, they went very well. The mayor says they have a situation room that monitors all the schools, covert cases, safety etcetera. He noted that while there is an uptick in certain zip codes that is not translating to an uptick in covert 19 cases in public schools in those areas. As of tomorrow, A total of 1600 schools will be reopened along with 1000 pre K and three K sites.
A man covered his face with tattoos and turned his eyes black. He says it cost him his kindergarten teaching job
"And friend says tattoos cost him kindergarten teaching job. So this schoolteacher whose body face and tongue are covered in tattoos, and you have the whites of his eyes. Surgically turned, Black said he was prevented from teaching after a parent complained he scared their child. This's not like high school kids or anything that's a kindergarten kids. But the teacher still teaches Children from the age of six up and said that after an initial shock when they see him for the first time, his pupils he passed his appearance. All my students and their parents were always cool with me because they basically knew me. It's only when people see me from far away that they assumed the worst. I put myself in the category of assuming the worst if I saw a guy with it turn his eyes black turned the whites of his eyes Black. Why would you do something like that? I don't know, but he's mad. He lost his job. It's It's very strange, By the way, guys,
Another Shortage (MM #3477)
"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. No, I wouldn't say I'm obsessed with covid-19. But I do pay a lot of attention to things like shortages during covid-19. Now some of them makes sense the cleaning supplies products that had Factory closures during the early part of covid-19 is a new shortage another shortage that I'll be honest with you makes a ton of sense to me and it's relatively new because the kids are going back to school and people are finding out that they're going to be working from home possibly permanently. And that's a shortage of affordable desks desks for school kids and he for people who work from home now, they're a lot of expensive desk fill out there. But who wants to spend six seven eight hundred dollars during a pandemic for a desk, especially for a child, especially if you're not sure if you're going to be working from home forever or not. A lot of kids are having the same problems and they don't necessarily have a lot of space. So people are getting creative because you can't find an inexpensive or even cheap desk online right now. Ikea doesn't have them Walmart doesn't have them. They're just hard to find and getting harder by the day somehow sadly. This doesn't surprise.
Spirit Week (MM #3475)
"The Maison with Kevin Nation back in my much younger day. We used to have Spirit Week in high school. It was usually around football homecoming or maybe when this whole team went to the state tournament, but these days I've noticed something and I see it through my Facebook timeline that grade school kids are celebrating their own versions of spirit week. I just kind of shake my head and I noticed it a lot the last couple of weeks are in Facebook. Now, I realized covid-19 has changed everything. But if we're just this year, I wouldn't think anything about it. But I've seen it over the last few years. I saw a picture of one of my friends kids who were maybe seven eight years old. I think they're in first or second grade. It was spirit week and they were dressed in their favorite decade the eighties, you know, the one that ended thirty years ago and started forty years ago. I'm thinking of myself. What does a seven or eight-year-old child know about the 1980s? Okay, maybe mom was born in the a teenage Mom dressed him up that way but why are kids celebrating Spirit Week in grade school now, maybe if I had kids would understand and I don't have any problem with them doing it. It just doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me. It's really strange to me. I got to admit dead.
St. Charles, Libertyville near Chicago to host school board meetings to discuss in-person learning
"Who want in person learning hope to be heard at tonight's school board meetings in Libertyville and ST Charles. Kevin Williamson hopes to be one of the 35 people giving public comment before the Libertyville District 70 board the father of the first graders disappointed with new plans to move from all remote toe hybrid. October 26th. Five weeks away from now on, But that would be the earliest we could have AH, Child in classroom. I just don't think it's good enough in ST Charles District. 303 parents, like Kathleen Gran's IQ are getting a front row seat to their high school kids classes because they're all at home. Now we're watching our kids social and emotional and educational health. Deteriorate in in the same house. At the same time. She and other parents who plan to rally before the board meeting hope to hear a more aggressive plan for returning students to the high schools next month.
How I Built Resilience: Sandra Oh Lin of KiwiCo
"On these episodes, we talk with entrepreneurs and other business leaders about how they're coping during this very challenging time and today we're gonNA hear from Sandra. Olen, the founder and CEO of Kiko Kiko makes arts and science projects for kids and ships them out in monthly subscription boxes or crates in March when students began learning from home Sandra's company a spike in orders, and it's now shipped over twenty million boxes around the world I spoke with. Sandra from her home. In the bay area is trying to keep up with demand. Tell us a little bit more about Kiwi Co for people who don't know what what you do tell us about your your company. Yeah. So we design and deliver hands on experiences for kids, kids of all ages. So we have different experiences and products that we develop for Newborns and infants alway through to kids at heart. So teens and even grown ups and these hands on experiences they range. So science experiments, games, kids making play projects that encourage imaginative play. And they're all center around this idea of how can we encourage kids to see themselves as makers And I. Think the the best known as the Kiwi crate and inside like you get pipe cleaners and different OV- like Styrofoam balls and I think that's probably the best known product that you guys make. Right the Kiwi crate. Yeah. Yeah. I mean that's our flagship line. So qe crate is geared for early elementary age kids. So five to eight and it's very project base for Kiwi crate. There are at least two different projects and it's usually one that's a science and engineering focused project and one. That's more be more of an art in creativity designed focus project. So let's say one project overall. It's about arcades and one project might be you create a mechanical arcade cloth that you can actually grab things with and the other side of the crate might be a project where you're making your own yarn pom Pom Creatures, and then you're actually taking your claw, you're trying to grab those creatures as well as whatever else is around your house too. So it's a combination of discoveries along with hopefully A. Little Bit of delight and a whole bunch of fun which I love and tell me I i. know that you launched this in twenty eleven and at the time I guess you were like you were in charge of the fashion portfolio. For Ebay. How did the idea come to you? So it was born mainly out of personal needs. So my my career has spanned consumer products and technology mostly ECOMMERCE. So it started my career in India proctor and gamble and then had been at pay pal at. Ebay but when we started the company, so two thousand eleven, my kids, my oldest two kids were almost three and almost five and I really want to give them especially the hands on activities. It was a way for them to really see themselves as producers and not just a passive consumers as kids who could actually kind of problem solve and make something, and so I started to pull together different and inspiration and I was like, Oh, my gosh, is taking a long time like I need to. Amortize. My effort and so I would invite friends and their kids, and one of the MOMS actually said, you should start a business around this and it was one of those things where I think long story short is that we found that there are a lot of parents who are well intentioned very busy. They want enriching activities for their kids and if it can come. To them in a convenient format from a trusted brand, and that's something that actually really resonates and then if you think about it from a business perspective, if you can get a subscription service to work, it works really well right and so if you consider all the elements of subscription service or you're considering lifetime value if you're able to drive down their cost of Acquisition then you're able to provide something that is not only valuable to the customer, but ends up being something that works really well all the business side to I I imagine when the Middlesex business for a moment I mean I imagine that when it became clear that the pandemic was GonNa shut down huge parts of the economy like most business owners you probably. Anticipated a downturn for Your Business and first of all, how did you prepare for that possibility? Well, to be completely frank, it was a little bit of madness say kind of the beginning. So we were a little bit ahead of the curve and having folks work remotely. But then as people started to shelter in place was definitely a scramble you know we had to see. What the impact would be to the business, and so we've definitely became more conservative. So very quickly we decided to basically pull back or remain conservative on marketing spend. We were looking at things like hiring and figuring out what we wanted to do that. So we held on hiring but then we're also tracking the business and what we actually started to see pretty. Quickly is a pretty decent uptick in the business. I think the combination of parents being home needing something to engage kids we happen to be a good solution, and so we started to see an uptick in the business and then accordingly had managed to the business based on that demand at a pretty dramatic to I think, right? Yeah. So I think you had mentioned. I kind of in the beginning that we shipped out over twenty million crates now, and so if you look at the first ten million crates, we hit that Mark Actually in January twenty nineteen, and then in the next eighteen months or so we actually shipped out another ten million crates and you can imagine kind of the celebration of the business and some of that. Is Because of acceleration that we saw on the business given the pandemic and the demand that was their I'm not surprised spoke with the CEO of dream box who told us that they have seen a doubling of on boarding on onto their platform it's a math platform for elementary school kids. I spoke to Sal Khan a few days ago of founder, the Khan Academy. I mean, they're seeing record numbers of students on their platform I mean as you have seen this kind of surge in demand, how have you been able to meet that demand? I mean, for example, have you had any challenges sourcing supplies? Yeah. So we've definitely had different challenges associated with with meeting the demand I. Think the great thing is that our team has been incredibly responsive and making sure that we shoring supply chain putting in the appropriate orders to make sure that we had the inventory available and I think when it's kind of regular times. To a certain extent, it's almost like your utilities or you know you expect the water to be there in the electricity work and similarly expect that you're going to have product to ship, and so we had to be very proactive about making sure that some of these things that we may have taken for granted and pass were there available to us that we could actually serve the community fulfillment was definitely another area that we had to really shore. Up and make sure that we have the capacity and then customer care I. Mean Obviously we WanNa do an excellent job of serving the customer and making sure that their questions are answered etc and so there was a certain amount of capacity that we were planning for in March April Etcetera May June, and so we had actually scaled add up pretty significantly. Let's go to some questions we're getting in from folks watching system cows, Zimmer he asks via twitter. How do you develop your kids and how do you test them with kids? Yeah. So we have interestingly to product design and development teams. So we have a physical product design and development team, and then we have a digital. So the digital is creating ecommerce platform or content platform. So the software and then our physical product design team is really comprised of folks with mechanical engineering backgrounds, industrial design. We have someone who actually worked on space satellite system. This is, and so these are the folks who are accepting the different projects that could to the kids prototyping testing, etc, and a big part of what we've done at Kiko even since you started it in my garage actually is that we are always testing but children. So in every office that we've had, we have a sizable room and four to eight times a week kids are coming in to test the products at various stages and that is. Something that is absolutely critical for us. We may assume that a project may be engaging. It may not. We may assume that a material is something that is malleable enough for preschoolers hands, but it may not be, and so it's just a critical step in. So as we've actually been working remotely, that was a big challenge to figure out, and so it's been pretty amazing. We quickly decided to actually purchase three D. Printers, laser cutters, etc that we. Then distributed to different product designers, and then on the testing side, we ended up actually either shipping or having a hand off locations for kids to pick up and test materials, and then do them via video conference and so we actually ask for different camera angles to see what the kids are doing because depending on the age of the kid it's not so much that they're going to tell you what's going on you actually have to observe. What's going on in? So that's definitely been an area where we've had to figure out how to get things
New York City Moving Forward With First Day Of School, But Teachers Union May Vote To Strike
"September 10th the first day of school in the city, or is it the teachers union? They voted eight authorize a strike to avoid that lasted for over one million school kids are supposed to start a a week week from from Thursday, Thursday, but but the the union union representing representing school school teachers teachers may may vote vote as as early early as as Tuesday Tuesday to to authorize authorize a a strike. strike. UFT UFT Executive Executive board board did did authorize authorize further further negotiations negotiations with the city for a school reopening plan that meets the safety criteria set forth by independent medical experts. If that fails, then the board will vote to authorize a strike you FT President Michael Mulgrew says. We can't afford to send students and staff back until everything is done to make sure they're safe. Teacher strikes are illegal in New York. The last one occurred during the 1975 fiscal
Return To School 'Whatever', Report Nation's Angsty Teens
"Schools across the country are cautiously reopening their doors to allow students back into the classrooms but how our kids reacting to the new social distancing and safety guidelines according to the nation's Angsty high-schoolers. The return to school so far has been quote whatever for more I'm joined by OPR's non pedophile education reporter Marcy Hammons. You can just say education reporter Lesley Marcy, I think it's important to assuage any concerns. Our listeners may have your specifically reporting on schools and young students, and frankly it's kind of creepy anyway tell us how. These kids are you are definitely not molesting or doing well, I spoke to a lot of high school kids going through what I can only assume as a temporary melancholic phase. Now, the majority of them just shrugged and told me to go fuck myself but fifteen year old Jessie Vance who started his freshman year at North Pole High School in Atlanta Georgia did sit down with me for ten bucks. So Jesse, how are you adjusting to the new school measures being put in place to prevent the spread of? Corona. Virus. Okay do you want to expand on that? Are you worried about catching coronavirus at school? Will is there anything you do want to tell me about not really
Boston To Start School Year Remotely, Move To Hybrid Model In October
"Boston Mayor Marty Walsh revealing what the start of the new school year will look like for Boston's school kids, and there are a lot of moving parts to it. Boston public schools will begin to school year remotely on September 21st. That's a Monday before then, moving on to a hybrid model on Thursday, October 1st Boston's positive test rate for Cove. It must be below 4% in order for the hybrid model to take place right now. That rate sits at 2.8% in the city of Boston. Mayor Walsh also says the plan is flexible and that things could change. If Kobe 19 case load increases every step along the way. We're going to continue Youto listen to the people that work in the building. We're going to continue to follow the science and the public health data that we've been following for the last five months here and by the way, is also an often planned parents who don't feel safe to send their kids into the classroom can opt for remote on ly learning. A week ago, Boston parents were surveyed on their preference on remote or hybrid
"high school kid" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Asked for what borrowed a pencil? Pestle high school kid. Bring a calculator. Everybody has fancy while. Yeah. Right. I have like the cheap twenty dollar one the ones that you use in high school when you're learning how to do the things that you're supposed to do. Okay. So then you go. And how many people are in the room like auditorium room? No these separate you by last name. Okay. Whatever it is, like you know what? I'm the polygraph. Yeah. Anybody say to you, like, what are you doing? No. Because I don't know. I, I also made I contact with the teacher the person who's monitoring the whole thing and his younger than you probably. Point. But she's just like staring at me. I'm looking at her, and she's probably so confused. I went to the bathroom twice you get to breaks and like the security Seren at me probably. Thou. It's possible that they were like well Pauline is here because we have been talking about this. Dull taking SAT for the longest time. Who is this old as lady taking that? Eighteen takes six hours to do it. No. So three hours for the essay. So ha ha. I was the only available test left to for the year. Yes. Would have been a rap. That's right. We don't need to. So how does it work? You sit down and do math. I or you do like language I down. They're really strict. And I really do think that they've upped the security on this because a really strict with they may have up the security. I don't think the test is got an easier. Well as you speculate about that. So like they do is, basically make you felt the bubbles together, I whole front page. You got the bubbles together. Then you have to read everything carefully and she goes no questions. So I say, you can ask questions it's really strict. So then after that we did reading I then writing than math math. Okay. So reading and writing were you feeling like I'm killing this a bachelor's degree? I hope to God them killing. Shabby read like a paragraph, and then you'd have to recall, like, you'd have to answer questions about what you just read, what would be the theme of this or something like, okay? They highlight a word, and they would say, like what does the author mean by this, and it would be like I, I can't say it synonym? Okay. All right. Rocket right? Like this is I'm gonna get a sixteen hundred or whatever the perfect score is now still sixteen hundred or higher six hundred. So you're like, I'm crushing this right now. Then, then the math came and walk out because they know what to do. There was it was so difficult. And they were formulas on the page to sort of helps you but my do formulas like it's been such a long time. Exactly. Okay. Well, that's the one thing with his math. But then they also ask questions like what's twenty percent of your at a restaurant with your friends, or something random, and your Bill is I don't know seventy nine dollars. What's twenty percent tip? Like I do that. Every day that was on something along those lines. Yeah, it wasn't that bad, which was like, what's the percentage of that? What do you what your guess what do you think your score is going to be good? I think it's going to be like middle. What's middle thousand thousand would be poor? You call the didn't you. Solid, Dow thousand I sent under thousand I think the math is gonna. I don't think there's any reason why, why would you remember how to do some of that location? I haven't done entice cool. So I know how to do now. Well hundred twelve hundred parents, the parents of listeners, you don't like the kids, their parents listening in paulie gets, like a thirteen hundred and their kid to take the SAT. It's like a ten fifty. Yeah..
"high school kid" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A high school kid who once said to his dad at breakfast one morning. Dad? I'm getting married. What his father said what are you talking about? Are you in love absolutely said the sun? So his father looked at me. He says, well, how do you know for sure? So the kids said well last night, I was kissing my girlfriend, Megan. And her dog bit me on the ankle. And I had no clue that he had actually broken the skin, and I was bleeding all over the place till I got home. And so his dad's. I understand now. Although I doubt it perhaps this kid was thinking about this reading that. We hear proclaimed at mass all across the world from Saint Paul's first letter to the Corinthians. That love never fails that endures all things. It is the reading as you know, that's often read at wedding masses and ceremonies and. Love is obviously so important. In our lives in the life of every single human being. So we need to think about it deeply needs to think about it. Frequently that is. Each of us each of us is called to be a person of love to be a presence of love in the world. Loving should be at the heart of our lives. But there are some things that can prevent us from extending our love to others. And one of these things is fear. Simply put. We're offering a free to give of our love because of the consequences. As I'm sure you've discovered love can cost you dearly. Lufkin open us up to being hurt by others. Who might reject us or criticize us or judge us or try to possess us. Or just plain ignore us. And when someone we loved is. It just rips apart. Love indoors all things. Love never fails. It is loved that animates our families that ties together our parishes. And the church itself. We'll be right back after this. Brief message our.
"high school kid" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In deadspin writer, Laura Wagner, called out the apologetic by name informing them not only were they wrong in their judgments about what they saw in the additional footage, but they were apologists for the evil apparatus that maga- represents quote. I don't see how you could watch this and think otherwise unless you're willing to gaslight yourself and others in the service of granting undeserved sympathy to the privileged vox brought in author an education professor, Adam Howard, who has written a book about privilege and affluent education, and who evidently can divine intention. And motivation from facial expressions. The maga- kids Smirke said, quote, communicates, I'm better than you. I don't even have enough respect for you to even say anything to communicate. But I will communicate everything I need through my body language on such evidence. Seventeenth century. Salem, women were hanged as witches. Maybe most startling was a slate. Peace beneath the headline declaring that the mega kids quote aren't innocent victims following a rigorous examination of the ambulance. Video evidence Ruth Graham concludes that we mustn't quote, let the complexities of the scene at the Lincoln Memorial dissuade us from telling the truth about who Trump is and exactly what he stands for. I'm sorry isn't the truth about Trump pretty well documented every single day without pinning it on a bunch of high school kids. Meanwhile, the whole episode absolutely obscured the realities of Trumpism and instead. Open to the press up to charges of bias and even vigilantism in the mind of your average reporter in Washington these kids are from a different country less than that. Actually, they're from a hostile country a place, we must subdue for own safety. And there's some there there. It's as if the press in those first few crucial hours were not just feeding on Twitter, but turning into Twitter, which is to say reflexive emotional careless and shallow, which as I noted at the outset is a bad place for this episode to leave us because in journalism there is time together evidence there is time for reflection. There is space for context and nuance. Hot takes last week left behind a hot mess. Look, it's entirely possible. That the Covington.
"high school kid" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In deadspin writer, Laura Wagner, called out the apologetic by name informing them not only were they wrong in their judgments about what they saw in the additional footage, but they were apologists for the evil apparatus that maga- represents quote. I don't see how you could watch this and think otherwise unless you're willing to gaslight yourself and others in the service of granting undeserved sympathy to the privileged vox brought in author an education professor, Adam Howard, who has written a book about privilege and affluent education, and who evidently can divine intention. And motivation from facial expressions. The mega kids Smirke said, quote, communicates, I'm better than you. I don't even have enough respect for you to even say anything to communicate. But I will communicate everything I need through my body language on such evidence. Seventeenth century. Salem, women were hanged as witches. Maybe most startling was a slate. Peace beneath a headline declaring that the mega kids, quote aren't innocent victims following a rigorous examination of the biggest video evidence Ruth Graham concludes that we mustn't quote, let the complexities of the scene at the Lincoln Memorial dissuade us from telling the truth about who Trump is and exactly what he stands for. I'm sorry isn't the truth about Trump pretty well documented every single day without pinning it on a bunch of high school kids. Meanwhile, the whole episode absolutely obscured the realities of Trumpism and instead. Open to the press up to charges of bias and even vigilantism in the mind of your average reporter in Washington these kids are from a different country less than that. Actually, they're from a hostile country a place where you must subdue for our own safety. And there's some there there. It's as if the press in those first few crucial hours were not just feeding on Twitter, but turning into Twitter, which is to say reflexive emotional careless and shallow, which as I noted at the outset is a bad place for this episode to leave us because in journalism there is time together evidence there is time for reflection. There is space for context and nuance hotcakes last week left behind a hot mess. Look, it's entirely possible. That the Covington Catholic high school boys are as lonesome as advertised. But no matter what we assume we simply do not know. Yes. The society is. Poisoned with an injustice. Yes. Three reeks of abused privilege impunity and oppression. But journalism must take care of how and where it imposes that narrative rounding up ganging up on conveniently smirking suspects.
"high school kid" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Condemn this high school kid, then took off and people were Doxa him and sending threats that he's a child. But but but wait, I mean, all the time you see these viral videos, and then you come to find out something different. Or not exactly how it is framed. I think it's a lesson for everyone for all of us because. Everyone. Wait, wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. I'm so sorry. Let me just I I don't mean to be disrespectful here. But I think it's a lesson for everyone all of us. No, it's not it's a lesson for you CNN. It's a lesson for you. Left wing haters of anyone who supports President Trump. It's a lesson for you that your biases that your bigotry. That your preconceived notions based on appearance. Are not ever right and shouldn't be leapt upon without facts without truth. Your the journalist here. I think it's a lesson for everyone for all of us know. Don't sit there from your high and mighty purchase CNN. And that's all well mistakes were made. I think this is a lesson for all of us. How 'bout you? Learn the lesson how many people have gotten stories wrong at CNN about this president, and how many hate crime stories if we've seen about racial slurs painted on the side of church, swastikas graffitied in a school gym racial attack against a woman wearing a head scarf and lo and behold, it turns out that it's a it's a fake. Don't tell me what lessons need to be a lesson for everyone for all of us because your the journalists. It's not supposed to be a lesson that you learn after the fact the definition some of the prime directives of journalism is get the truth. Get the facts get it, right? Not jump out with your hot taking your analysis and your false headlines to fulfill your own fevered, anti-trump anti-conservative anti-trump voter pipe dream that they're all racists. And look they're raising a generation of racist children. And by the way, you still have the story wrong. Because now we've learned. This man is not a Vietnam war veteran. How many times did they repeat this over and over and over again, Vietnam war veteran? Vietnam war veteran. Vietnam war veteran. Well, Washington Post now corrects a kind of important part of the story about this guy. He's not a Vietnam war veteran. Correction earlier versions of this story incorrectly. Said that native American activists Nathan Phillips fought in the Vietnam war Kirch liquor on partly to talk about this yesterday because it didn't add up in the things he was he described himself as a marine recon ranger. That's a that's that's problematic terminology. Phillips served in the us marines from nine hundred seventy two to nineteen seventy six, but was never deployed to Vietnam. Now that may make him able to run for Senator in Connecticut. But it's a key part of the narrative that we were drummed. If I may say drummed that was drummed down our throat by the media, despicable how horrible how deplorable this young man is. Well, I want to know how you feel about this young man's behavior. And how you would want your children to behave in the same situation. Triple eight six hundred w get your calls in a moment. And now you're dying to get in here. If you didn't hear our conversation yesterday this happened around four forty I think during yesterday's program. I had to call. It was a gentleman from the district calling. And listen Earl go ahead. You're on wwl. Are you doing? Say you have a seventeen year old son. Right. Well, I have a fourteen year old son. I have a seventeen year old daughter. You live Wayland that if they wanted to why not. If they wanted to. I would absolutely. Yeah. I'm being on. I think the most of dotes away those hats trying to encourage a youngster the way. Earl you're changing the dynamic. You just said encourage you said encourage your child to do it. I don't tell my kids what have to wear and what not to wear unless there's a profanity. I got I got a cab. I don't I don't see. Oh, I do. All right. I see a lot of kids wearing those hats, especially I talked about it on the air. When you go to mount Vernon you go to some of the other tourist spots around Washington DC, and you see these eighth graders ninth graders tenth graders who were here on their school trips that every kid takes around the country. My own fourteen year old will be taking the trip this spring from California, it'd be visiting DC. And and you see, especially if their schools in the south of the midwest, they're wearing Trump shirts. They're the kids are the boys are wearing gained some of the girls who wearing make America. Great again hats on it. Well, what would what would you do if your kid wanted to do that? Would you would you say you don't want any trouble don't wear that hat? People are going to get in your face. You tell me triple eight six thirty w we'll start with how about Amy. Amy and Potomac your first up on wwl. Hey, try can you hear me? I can go for it. Okay. I have so much to say on this. And I won't like go crazy. But there's the hypocrisy is at like ten thousand with all of these people so two things one to touch on the point as a mom, I've got a twelve year old and a nine year old, and I'm really scared for what's sort of happening in this country. You know with the expectations were not even expectations that the. I'm sorry. I'm like all tongue tied. But is there a predate preconceived notions of what white men are supposed to be or what they are? It's like the last allowed prejudice. That's one thing. And this is exactly it's bigotry, it is prejudice, isn't it Amy because they they decided exactly who this kid was what he believed what his attitude was what all of it based on his skin color. The look on his face in the hat. He was wearing right and on Facebook. I have like a ton of these liberal friends, and it's like they had this voice face. And like Brad Kavanagh stays in like what you know who who's gonna be what in about thirty years. It's it's so ridiculous. It's so sad. It's so pathetic. And as a mom, I am scared, as you know, I don't know what to tell my boys because you know, I'm raising them to be great, boys. Just like, I think people are raising girls and boys to be great kids. And it's just a really scary thing to this guy's like getting in the face. This kid is scared. I mean, I can see it. It's like, I don't understand why CNN and and that's NBC. They don't bring these body. You know, you know. Body language experts to sort of fine with this kid is doing but to me, he's absolutely scared. He's terrified he's standing there. He doesn't know what to do. And as far as like wearing the maga- hat. You know, it's like telling girls they shouldn't wear short skirts because they're asking for it. Are they asking for it with the maga-? Amy. Well, said thank you very much. That's I think that's needs to be flipped around on people who are making that argument. Well, what they think was going to happen when they were those hats what she was going to happen when she wore that mini skirt. Wow. What do you think was going to happen when she went back to the hotel room with Chris Brown? Well, I think we do know. He had a very good idea of what was going to happen. That doesn't mean it's her fault under saying Chris Brown. Thank you, Amy. Well, said Robert in Virginia, Robert you're on wwl. Hey, larry. Hey, my boy would still be wearing that hat. If an expression of speech speech doesn't have to be sad as an expression of speech, just like a check of era hat. I'm trying to remember. Listen Milano is the one that came out and made the comment about, you know, me being there the March for life wearing that hat and some kind of comment that equated to eight or or whatever. And it was a very important point that she was making Robert because I he was concerned all those hundreds of thousands of people who are marching on behalf of an unborn child and that precious life that they're oppressing women and they're haters. And so they're all they're all big. Hilarie. That's my point. If I could say one more thing, you know, they they weaponized. Is a racism sexism, they've weaponized to try, and it it seems to me like people down because you know, that young kid and a couple of years he's got to be going for a job. And when somebody googles him, the first thing that's going to pop up twenty news stations saying that he's racist day of certainly weaponized, you know, racism, sexism and things of that nature. They have they've tried Robert. They certainly have thank you for the call. Robert. I do think though that it's become an Andrew Breitbart made this point years ago that it's just it's at this point. They've dumbed down the term so much if you wear your hat if you wear that hat, you're racist. Psych the hat says make America great again. So so wanting to make America great again makes you a racist the equivalent of a hood, it's equivalent of the N word once everything is racist, and everyone is racist than the term racist is rendered meaningless, which is sad because I despise. Racism and racist should be called a racist. And actually means something. All right. So what do you what do you say to your kid? Would you let your kid where the hat number one? And number two. Are you proud of the way this shot? If this were your child, would you be proud? I think I would be I would be proud of my child if this is how he conducted themselves. How about a Barbara Hyattsville, Barbara you are next up on wwl Eric? Hi. I watched those videos from various angles, and it was clear from the various video that the native American group for the aggressors. And if you watched enough in the videos, you could see some that were very close up where the native Americans were actually raping the voice. Man, Mr. Phillips. Up to the young man mister Sandman in the red hat and stood there banged drum in his face. Yup. And there was no reason he couldn't moved, but you can tell if you watched it long enough that he was doing it on purpose. So he was trying to provoke the boy. And then he spins it around that. He's the victim. Yeah. Crazy because it's a trial these children. Adults are the provocateurs. The kids off Robert it's a great point every single individual who is guilty of bad behavior in this. Entire scenario are adults the adult African black Hebrew Israelites. The the adults native Americans the adults on social media and in mainstream media on television, and in print all the adults are the ones who were despicable. It was the teenagers who actually conducted themselves pretty stoically. Right. I thought that they did an enormously. Good job of avoiding being dragged into any of the the top by the African American Israeli- Israelites, right? And the native American group. I mean, I'm really amazed. None of them picked a fight over that. They all just kind of stood back. So, you know, those boys. In a normal sleep. Good job. And if they were my sons, I'm very probably all right? Go ahead. And the fact that their diet..
"high school kid" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Today. Exactly, what is peripheral artery disease peripheral artery disease is otherwise known as peripheral vascular disease atherosclerosis and called hardening of the arteries, this is very similar to the process that occurs in the heart arteries, which leads to heart attacks. When plaque builds up the blood flow to the legs. And when the blood flow gets low enough people can get cramping in the legs with walking. And if this progresses can lead to pain at rest in the feet and sometimes to gangrene and loss of the leg. What are some of the symptoms of the earliest symptom that people usually notice we'll be cramping in the calf muscle when they walked the then goes away with rest people in developed resting pain in their feet, particularly at night when they put their foot up to go to bed get burning pain in the toes with that that goes away within dangling the foot off the bed, then this can progress gangrene and tissue us. I was diagnosed the easiest way to diagnose is just have your doctor examined your feet, if you have pulses in the foot that can be felt by your doctor, then chances are very good that you do not have if you have typical symptoms and no pulses in the feet is definitely there. How do you treat one? It's it's been diagnosed the earliest treatment for this is medical treatment and a walking program. So when people with PD walk and get that cramping in their legs that actually encourages the body to grow blood vessels around the blockage. People often think that the pain that they get from walking with PD is bad, and that they should stop walking in that couldn't be further from the truth. The more walking you do the better. It is truly a case of no pain. No gain after Russell. Thanks so much for being with us today. Find a doctor who is right for you by visiting freighter dot com slash. Or calling one eight hundred doctors. Six fifty eight at WTMJ coming up later on in the show. You're going to hear from an Jacobs from the Jewish Federation near Milwaukee. We're going to be discussing the story out of Baraboo. That's gone international photo, some fifty high school kids on the steps of the county courthouse giving what looks to be a Nazi salute the ziegfeld thing, we'll get her reaction of that and talk about white supremacy in general, especially in the wake of the midterm election. That'll be at seven fifty one here on WTMJ pants dreams. Come true short stack ended while you're assuming a lot aren't you? You just assume that every Friday, I call somebody, and it's all going to be.
"high school kid" Discussed on The Full 48
"All of a sudden there's some footage of a high school kid hitting a three from three quarter court, and that's my son, and he played at river does a lefty and two years in a row. He's at trinity high school in Manhattan, playing against him. He hits a half court shot to beat them at the plaza, and I wasn't there. My wife was she screaming the next year I was there. He hits a three quarter court shot at the buzzer to be the same team on the road. So I put that shot in man. That's what you're entitled to the. Oh, yeah, man. You kidding? That's awesome. That's been before. So I have one more, but what's the one that I should've asked you that was coupled with the when did you fall in love with? I pretend to be who you are. I think you already alluded to Bradley Bradley, so that was your guy Bradley Barry Kramer. And then I, I like to play rough. You know. You know, I was the elevator, man, a guy named George Thomson two years ahead of me. I went to Lincoln. He was at a Rasmusen played at Marquette, played in the ABA for a long time and he could hang and he was tough and small man. So you know, I like to throw guys in a fence double-pump, put my shoulder in the chin all the time, and. But I never got on the court with you. Okay. So this, this is the last one playing off of one of your other questions, and there's a one of my favorite little vignettes here that I have seen. We'd put the question to a bunch of people when you finally win it all, is that joy or relief and you have this great series of people answering in rapid fire, whether it was joy or relief. So you just finished this, this passion project, this this thing is consumed. I don't know how many hours of your life for the last five years or more is a joy or relief. It's both because on Thursday night when we premed at bam, and it was a big benefit for the Wrens and for the foundation there about seven hundred and fifty people fifteen hall of famers governor Adam Silva Paul, Simon, it was so well received that I felt a lot of joy lot of joy, but it's also a relief because I have not had a good experience with. Some people on the business. And it's actually been a miserable experience and I don't understand it, but it's kept me up all the time, you know, and it's been unfair. So so I will be glad when it's over. And I will feel good about the work that I've done. And I hope people feel the same way except the writer in Chicago, he's not going to, but you know. And that's it. But I did feel a lot of a lot of joy I really did. And so did my family which was really important, you know, real really important. So and you know, whatever. I do man like my buddies from Brooklyn. They come to Sundance with me and you know, we, we're like, we're like seventy year old guys from entourage. There's no one ever going to look at us. And we can't have one drink night. But like we got a ball, so they're all they all come to everything. Man, they would have Thursday night like some college will the players it was great. Now that was a fun night. It was. I was again honored and happy to be part of that to see the premiere folks. It's called basketball, a love story. And I say this with all of my journalistic cynicism thrown out the window, the love story, part of it is the most important part of this is a project. This is a series of films that is just full of emotion. It's passion you will laugh. You'll cry, it's so touching in parts, hilarious, and parts. Everybody you ever cared about who is in the game of basketball, no matter what generation you are. You'll enjoy this. I promise it's fantastic. And if you only wanna see just the pieces you wanna see in ten minute little short stories. It's all on ESPN dot com. But the full thing will be rolling out on ESPN very soon. Make sure to Tober October nine just in time to compete with the Red Sox Yankees in game four baseball. Glorious. Thank you so much for joining us. Sankara our phenomenal. Thank you.
"high school kid" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Right like my little brother I, still no phone number My cell phone, almost? His whole life right, because that's just the generation Had to do that so we can from, a generation where we live. The first part of our lives. Without it and now we had it so we get to high school people are putting, this kind of stuff out there into the. Ethos into the Twitter sphere and now it's coming back to bite you like we're going to have a president in the next two terms who had a my space who we're gonna, have to go back. To when they were eighth grade and we'll say look at. The crap this person. Was putting out when, they were in eighth grade so I don't know at, what point you you start punishing people for things they did and said that's kind. Of with you where where's going before we will. Take calls on this you. Want to chime in eight away came, bureau we. Can put you on you can? Speak your piece on this but right what's. How do you kinda right I don't either pretending that I. Know either I'm not gonna pretend I was the same person, at fourteen I knew what was harmful and hurtful at fourteen. And, seventeen but I still wouldn't want to be held responsible for that look there's a, fine line between like holding somebody, accountable in the sense that you know should it cost you? Your job or should you associate them with just being an outward racist I would say, you need to take it on a case by case basis. Like? Anything but it also speak Thanks to. The way they were, raised and it speaks to their mentality and look my, parents instilled in me early on you know we're equals okay it's not so you. Ever have to worry Lindsey like this I don't. Ever have to worry you. Go ahead and stroll as far down, my Twitter. Timeline as you like you might? Find some bad jokes you might find something. You think oh that's not funny or oh I wouldn't have. Posted that maybe that's a little TMI but you know what, you won't find racism homophobia sexism you know why because that's. Not, who I am and I would never have to worry about tweeting anything like that, because I don't get down like, that so the the people that need to worry about that? Kind of stuff or are the people that have have been conditioned to think that kind, of behavior is okay Spot on baseball's kind of that tricky one of. The African-American player because there's a, lot, of white privilege quote, unquote, associated with it I think. That stuff in in probably, in areas other than? Where we live here. In, the, bay area because? That kind of stuff doesn't fly, you think Josh Hader when he heard the first place they were playing on the road with San Francisco. He was probably this is not good in in rightfully so he deserves to be booed I mean the fact that they gave the kid a standing ovation I mean Dan quote. Unquote what, what's the standing ovation for I don't know you endorsing. The behavior Wars somebody for doing what, they're supposed, to okay, I, did a standing ovation for not? Being a racist. Brick today you know I just doesn't make any sense to me cope how. Far. Back can you go on someone's Twitter account like for I think, he began Adam and eve man there's, no kata, as, far as I get all. Up there somewhere remember right after Jimmy g. sign the. Contract remember Murph said the thing about he's like. Man I was obsessed with this I went back and? Read every? Tweet Jimmy ever sent Yeah yeah yeah Quoting tweets from Jimmy g. from like when he was in high school tweet and stuff like Tom Brady's got ice, in his veins. Which is cool and so there's been a lot of jokes that. Have come out people are going back, on, Mike trout's Twitter finding high school and, insane stuff, like you know Pizza Hut. At. One, AM, yum I wasn't happening with everybody well thing is some of, us were aware of, it some of us work about whether or not this was, going to follow you. Around for the rest of your life but you said it right is that people, who? Feel, comfortable putting stuff out or her in or, endorsed or encouraged. By this or what I said when you think you're just saying to your friends who agree with you that's where you get into trouble when, you tweet out. Paulie here's here's the deal when you tweet out the only people. That get the your tweet or your, followers, right so and if you're not a, quote unquote, public somebody re tweets it, though That's what opens it up but that's what I'm saying like so if, you're you're a high school kid you're Josh Hader okay you're in highschool wherever the hell, he, grew up, and you've. Got a couple. Of hundred Twitter followers and they're all your buddies and even if there are a few people that you might offend quote unquote by by tweet some of that stuff out you know the consequences would be minute and you know you probably don't really care and you're young that's fine if you're old enough, to, have a social media account and, again. This goes back. To, your. Parents and the. Way. You were raised if you're old enough. To have a social media. Account, and you're old enough to put this stuff out. In the world I think it's up to your parents or whoever's raising you to impute to you that hey this, stuff it's forever tweets are? Forever you can't unring that bell ASCA asked the president asking anybody who's gotten burned on Twitter because? I think we've all had a moment on social media where we've maybe, on Facebook or Twitter, actually put out a spoiler one time on a TV show, got Tony heath where. Was breaking bad as he goes hey you know what we're gonna do right I, did? It, okay fine and so raking exactly, and people, were just up. In arms But you know you learn. A lesson you're like okay so that's that's the and. That's probably my biggest social. Media transgression but you learn okay. Fine but there's a fine line between tweet, not breaking bad. Spoiler. Inadvertently in tweeting out something racist. Or homophobic and if this stuff comes back and bites you in the house well you made. Your bed man lion I don't know that I disagree I think it's a pretty tricky terrain, and and kind of territory, we're getting, involved in here which is the whole era, that we're in I think cope is right, I think. You're going to see more of this but I think. One of, the questions should be is how do you handle this how do. You I mean I think education has got to be part of it I don't disagree with what you said Kobe by, the way about your parents I think a lot of this stuff starts with your parents, and, how you're, raised and. I vividly remember. My parents teaching me certain things about like what's okay what's not okay these are words I don't ever want to hear I'm going to tell you why these words are ugly and they did that at an early age with me I remember being a little kid right and listening to my parents talk, about, those kinds of things so I, do. Think it starts. In, the. Home we'll talk. About. This on the other side as well All your calls, are coming, up at? Eight. Away kmby or you have any thoughts you wanna. Share about homophobic tweets racist tweets when they're digging this stuff up from years past how do you handle it. Going four is should there be, some? Kind of a reprimand should there be some kind of training. Involved we'll talk about it on the other side. On kmby are.
"high school kid" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"You could probably throw a rock and hit somebody who has a new hit song on soundcloud it is the sharing forum or you can put your own music up there and stuff and if you don't know how to do youtube and you don't wanna shape show a video and i'll let you just throw it up there and you know when you get to auditions for shackles i'm sure you've had a few people come and say hey you hear my song it's so a high school kid in new jersey is now facing them to ten years in prison for a song he posted on soundcloud and no it's not because he stole somebody else's music local authorities believe this song was a credible school shooting threats remember he's a high school kid and he claims the song was a parody he posted there's no yeah yeah good luck with that argument he posted the song and it was like a ten days after the shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school in florida he listed his own high school j c h s ten for james called the high school in the title of the track and the track includes lyrics like can't read that part you're going to get cracked on the head like an egg pull my gun kill your effing head now you're dead go to sleep to add to the controversy his profile picture shows in pointing a gun at the camera so another one of his students saw the tweet race promoting new song slim jesus south soundcloud profile picture showed the song to their mother and the mother called school authorities and the administrators call they called the initiatives and measures called the authorities he was subsequently arrested on the charge of creating a false public alarm which creates which carries a five to ten year prison sentence in new jersey which he won't get i don't know but he was released in jail he's currently under house arrest and he's awaiting a potential grand jury trial and.
"high school kid" Discussed on WJOL Will County 1340
"With the public attitudes the team high school kids college kids anyone who ever few hours it's sparrow wants earn some dole remy no age is discriminated against longwood applying for the job they encourage customers to come by meet and talk with the management team and learn about the nascar car washing why they are different refreshments will be there giveaways and a raffle i'm saying it's your car wash you guys with me i'm good with it doesn't cost me anything they're gonna come in and say some guy on the radio said it so he'd get a year's car wash so there you go it's the nascar car wash mass car update alrighty boys well last week there's another face that made its way into gainer a victory lane who is it a navien give you a guess it wasn't a blue oval and been some one hundred trips before he made it back to he was happy fellow you listen to you it i was listening on the radio i did not and he was he was pretty happy at the end of the race he is one clint boyer the fourteen back in victory lane where does the word deserves to be he had a big old twenty four outside in his hand when i saw the interview pc where were you and i talking about this post show or on the on a show that's what that's what we need we don't need the scripted guys get now with nothing against coca cola but they're doing an interview with a coke in her hand never take a drink and set it down it's after and you know it's just all the scripted stuff and happens in happens in indycar and every every one of them but he got out and look for a nice colbert and through the gatorade around and did that he couldn't find one right away so we went up to the grand canyon or the spectators through went over the fence i'd like to see that more so like you say putting the right hat on.
"high school kid" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Oh high school kid nineteen twenty and collars people know you but don't really know you to just a few years later 'paparazzi following reggie bush around 'paparazzi interested in your private life that's a big how did you handle that and again i look at all these athletes on durant's level and all this just think it's so much focus and so much attention guys are going to start melting the way i see kevin durant or is it goes goes to your character right like how do you handle those tough times how do you handle those things that go on in your life the private life how do you handle and for me the best way i could handle it was just a real lean on the people closest to meet right so whether it was my mom or my dad and my brothers and my best friend and and just trying to make sure of one our circle was small and to that always always always at least had a no man around me instead of a lot of these guys they have a lot of yes men around him right so because of who they are because they got a lot of money because they're at the top of their game but i always try to make sure had at least one noman around me to always keep me in line you know what the game changer is though and you hit on it's really a stupid point i struggled to make it as a professional just as it was but social media i would have crumbled under the pressure the criticism the constant negatively like if i was somebody talking to kevin durant i would say you have got to insulate verner counts i would stay away from twitter altogether why and i think you're seeing it and i think you know it's easy for us to sit here especially for me i didn't play in the social media to say these guys are soft they gotta be able to handle criticism but it is constant when i was playing you could turn off the tv or you could throw the newspaper the side you didn't have to read it now you're getting notifications your boys are texas saying i can't believe.
"high school kid" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show
"Consigned to a high school kid or middlecore middle school kid a goes to a camper a college kid leasehold for the first time and i think that's what's going on the reality is that you you did miss the family and now you have a chance to actually be a husband and a father fulltime and i love that you love your job so you're doing work that you enjoy your still behind the wheel it sounds like but you're in a new place and you've got to develop some new friends and you've got to develop some things that you enjoy to do now that you have more time at the house so this is where i'd like to see you start to get more involved in some a hobby type passions where you really enjoy reading nor you really enjoy learning or you enjoy participating in something that a gives you terrific energy and and it's a real benefit to what is already a great situation and i think with tripling your uh salary i think you start to go kay how can i be intentional and i'm not blow and all that and i'm going to put some of that away with a with a good solid budget and i'm going to take some trips back and see some of those some of those folks are missing or maybe i have i plan a guys weekend in were some of your pals come up and you guys go exploring in north dakota or something like that i think you just have to to really focus on your priorities and they're just seasons of life like this where you've got some change that has hit you and there's a lot of positive to this change but there are some negatives too.
"high school kid" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Bill of goods with with neil aquino he's a point guard he's the point guard of the future he's going to run the teams are now united shooting guard will who who made that decision are you might think she's a better shooting guard with what shot you know he needs to give me the remedies kid is nineteen guy gets stronger he's got to get range on his jump shot he's gotta learn to drive who let me if the european game as opposed to the american game everybody's shooting threes with some point you got dr loop if you're if you're a point guard you have to drive to loop if i take it a high school kid and put them in a you know it goes guys when fright right from high school right to the pros you really going to turn of a high school point guard into your running your offense not really big guy you might put in the game kevin garnett guys the race 611 yeah put them in but it's going to be a you know it's going to be rough for the rest of this year because it's going to be a learning experience then you help you could take a learning experience in the beginning of next year but unless you've got to number ones coming in or you've been pierce is signing a free asia and the number one is going to be a long year next year also the hope it may be you know we can stay close the 500 and impositions come back and gives us over the top who know who knows what kind of shape he said have been one is the imply but i want you know if if it means he doesn't come back till the end of march next year and so be it and if that happens we will be prepared for another long season and dole in dhaka do nothing yields it's you know he you're a feeling look they're not going to fire everybody and bringing somebody else's a medical staff at least not now they got people what they have with let's face it perry and and and mills a just getting started and they know they they get a pass on the draft because that was that was fills thing so now let's see what they do with the upcoming drafter they get the again a player i don't care us from europe or this country they get to they.
"high school kid" Discussed on WEEI
"Cicr successful you are he's a high school kid he's christian high school kids go to the nba high school kids go to the nba eventual at high school kid us with his kills have you ever watch the game i watch two games i did it because he's in he's in this area they put it together with all the bad place but i also saw the video them put together of always good place and everything you read about yeah other people that scout all the high school kids they say this kid has yes he is he's got a shaman albina i'm albina opio manziel rafter my could see the lakers if they getting some bad situation which they seem like they won't be able to get themselves out of all the delay in the bar no no no but i'm saying like seoul of our bosses have both my kids gonna play for lakers if you're magic johnson if you're showtime any need some more attention because your team sucks i can easily seem very you know it firm on a fourweek put on a for a couple of weeks taking somebody else's spot let's see they can all fit let's see would cause all you see the lakers suck they pup their games just as much as they did bostoncleveland other taken heat right now the the lakers are are imploding right now they're imploding they have major problems there a day of infighting and some of the stuff is probably created with lonzo ball and to an extent lepore are mess right now in a lou brought this up off the air and a nikki's right the might get so bad in los angeles right now where they are they are the worst team in the league by 4 them and so therefore you've gotta you gotta you've got to hope that the pingpong balls go the letter be a big big night iin because if they're one two three wherever they finish of their one you need them the slide back i mean you've whose o f the what you see from jayson tatum uturn marquel faults in the jason tatum and the number two or three pick in the draft unbelievable the.
"high school kid" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"I believe onen no not rome is that out sirchia mitt romney air hacked how does she played a high school kid house up you will buy it from the get the picture some that opens her mouth he's great that merle hay i'm not supposed to like that movie brooklyn a move on to great what not a great guests global yes wrapped the movie i you will be on a crackling loving her and brooklyn yup you will be afghanica what he did with a character and crap and act like any you thought here but bike in brooklyn the woman if by cramped yes yes so for ethnic here you have acne and she got like a barbed punk hair guy got it get that little ankle quarrelled errol biking lowpaying and you've believer like i said from the moment he opens her mouth at warri capital most of it now edward van are on the road and it com but who is really a great actor um hear deliver it kept a halfbaked deporting performance and your mom everybody in this movie in great it perfectly written a perfectly executed i if if if one of those maybe it great on every level it funny it it meaningful it'll ring true to anyone going to daughter or other or assad or other echoed great if monaco is this going to be an oscarnominated movie for biso epo okay as it is it is it this year's moonlight in your mind.
"high school kid" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Nano third not not in high school kid not even a it will now they're trying to emulate you congrats so far and a first place jaguars uh he's leonard fornet number seven or you can call them button as well thank you leonard good to talk to you again they're so thankful avalanche gets leonard fornet very punctual as well called in early button yeah i don't know of button sounds as intimidating sevens pretty good though it's his number the apple he grow up not watching any football like you it's not like he didn't watch much and didn't have a hero and never watch them outside where she from see from louisiana net dini have his brother play on the team as well and lsu i'll tell you when they're critic on even his brother denial yet all they've what am i think he can play tennis and he would go scholarship he from new orleans louisiana always okay and did his brother does his brother have a name for staying this very similar to his i know they are giving you will scholars lazard yeah so they're slow harrison leonard and low nord all rise for the premier league mornings on nbc s in english football's two most successful clubs meet bali do you know the two most successful clubs in history and that's what it says here i would say manchester united and liverpool dad said saturday 730 eastern on nbc and sent back with more of your phone calls after this on the dam patrick show support for the dam patrick show comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans they understand that a home plays a big role in your life and family that's why they created rocket mortgage rocket more you give you the common and she need when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan it's simple allow you the fully understand all the details to be competent you're getting the right mortgage for you.
"high school kid" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"And back when the game when you go to line you got three to make to imagine the best players in the world they got three free throws to make to i always thought i can high school kids need that none in the pros but the continuation unless you cite an example forming in the two best players usually get that continuation yossi but there are moments i mean there was the one i think it was steph last night that had one from half korea is that it had a core and got foued richard jesse throws he just throw light like that and then they have put them there for three m he was a half court nam nam give give credit to staff who knew he was going to be fouled so he could be a shooting let's see larry in arizona high larry hongkong phnom i bet the work or a weekend is our our when although in his twogoal haul we react madrid to a factor bag champion we crops were trophy and it begs the question for me who right now back we'd on her greek pottery rinaldo lebron james you saying bull well i wouldn't put rinaldo is one of the great athletes womb now now wouldn't you put messy adam anyway it's a it's a coin flip over the past couple of years messy may have peaked two to four years ago i think you have somebody who's gonna be decorated more decorated rinaldo is more decorated than messy does that mean he's a better soccer player i think i think he is at worst the second best soccer on earth and has more soccer players and there are of course i have the sport given i see are so many guy you wanna talk about an like an athlete like a pure athlete i got fifty guys that i can pick out of the nba or the nfl right now i don't think he processing like more athletic but who is at the best in their sport is there anyone lebrun james nobody's better than lebrun in his sport.