4 Burst results for "Historica Canada"

"historica canada" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"historica canada" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The whole thing it is still doing that like they're just I guess we forgot about it now they've been there so long but they still like just just Chillin hope to be reanimated one day I think so still is that still a thing again okay I just keep crickets maybe about believe big deal they said Williams said so long is in some sort of I was born in a freezer right yeah and in Phoenix which okay the irony on the location of the the frozen tundra were Ted Williams's head is the irony is not lost on me that might be the most hilarious part about it if there are keeping a guy ice cold in one of the hottest places in the United States of America makes me laugh every time I think about there is the greatest hitter of all time frozen in a hot hot place waiting to come back Aqaba go here was great about that whole thing it's like they bring you back like a hundred fifty years after you do you did you just like you don't understand anything of the New World nothing is like it is kill me again diode yeah okay we were flying now or flying cars now we do and what you don't have money this year I've all these look at so as of right now that like I just I can't even imagine what it would drone that Williams would say about drones yeah I think about this you you mentioned you you were dead in eighteen seventy reanimated brought back to life today he's he's such a loss he would have a heart attack you have no chance you have you would it would it would it would be death by sensory overload over the back of that yeah your brain just couldn't comprehend everything that your brain is trying to comprehend it would just be too much for it historica Canada he'll be over there with a hundred fifty years a stroke brutal he is a brutal you were making a valid point about the the the NBA Disney bubble and I'm the one that took you on the the other ride I feel bad about that that's okay going on rides with the bring it back to the point about about this you will in Florida I mean it just it it seems that the idea that the players in the NBA work to close consultation on this this Orlando bubble plan the idea that that fabric is tearing away by the day because sure seems like that they didn't no you don't you know it's funny right it's funny you say that because they have such a trust you know what type of baseball's lack of trust they have such a trust that silver has their best interests at heart because he's up there on the same page on financials right that they they you know they're they've they've belief in him now they're such belief in him there like are I will worry about the details when we get up now we have the details and now there's a lot of guys who are unhappy now I don't think so the Yahoo story but there's a significant number of NBA players that are saying that their voice has was not heard at any point in this decision overall to restart the season and there are others that believe that the black players being sequestered to entertain and ease the league's economic burden amid all this racial tension is a bad optics situation for the NBA and this is in in Yahoo right now be right for the show they they came out with that story so right now there's one that by me again moves that you didn't get that yeah I'm still trying to wrap my head around this when I'm alone now yeah they didn't change color in the last sixty days did it well who knows no but they think it looks bad for for the players to be playing well you've got the owners you know of making the most money and and obviously got a lot of racial tension and they have all the players sequestered and they can't go anywhere I mean I I don't know I mean what do you think Rodney it's a it's an interesting story by Yahoo but what's your what's your perspective I I don't get it I I'm I'm I honestly don't get it I don't I don't get it I don't exactly know what part if they wanted to participate in a March or protest they wouldn't be once they got to the bubble and they feel like that's that's taking away their freedom to to be seen and heard in in these very important times for this country the the the idea that it's a bad look that they're playing basketball in enriching white owners that seems to be kind of a stretch to me hello yeah but you know what it's each individual's concert is each individual's concern but to me I had but if that vendor across Mumbai add to that one that one I don't I don't I don't get that one that one that one but I don't have to some of them to sit down to walk me through that one next step by step because I don't I don't I don't I don't I'm not dismissing it I generally don't own them I don't understand the I I just don't even know how you would see that out again to each individual you know it's different so yeah I mean I on its face it's in like a massive stretch to me but I haven't heard him out I don't know exactly I mean it's probably a little more in depth than that and then he noted I would say I don't want to get deep into this because it's Friday or of a good time only continue to do so but I don't I well aid I wanted as rod this because it's a question I have and I'm I'm interested in your answer in your perspective the Longhorns Texas Longhorns are pushing for the elimination of the eyes of Texas song yeah and I read about it and I guess the song originated in a a minstrel show where they use black face and I guess I think that is a minstrel show actually in nineteen oh three so they want to get rid of the song and I don't know what they're doing we're seeing it all over colleges now they're getting rid of all these buildings and schools that they have races names attached to it slave owner names attached to it and I totally think that's warranted I think get BV anytime you can get rid of that do away with it I'm wondering with this this song because it was in that show I don't know how you feel about blackface and you won't watch troubling tropic thunder it's so funny but yeah I I get it it is sad when is like when when do you is that we take everything on its face and say okay people are offended by this we should look into it and do away with it are there places where you go with that look I get it but this is kind of taken away from the bigger picture of what we're trying to do and it's not it's consequential is this we're going to lose people if we keep you know if we get all the little how do you look at it because I don't know how I should be looking at it because I'm wondering if it's me this doesn't seem like a huge deal but then it doesn't fade it's like it would be offensive to me and I think that's why people would look at like it's not offensive to you are just because you don't encounter racism doesn't mean it doesn't exist and I think that's a lot of just being aware of what's offensive to a vast majority I'm just wondering your thoughts on you know some of the stuff that's you know important but maybe not as important as the main issue or does it all tied together and leaders they don't because they are the biggest okay to me it all ties together the business what I would say specifically about the the the eyes of Texas it's a song is it really that important I'm not saying to you but is it really that important to you university of Texas football fan to keep that song that has a racist its its origin is rooted in racism and it has a racist history a lot of people know about without a doubt was indicted on that myself media most most people use this as an accident it ain't that deep a song in the world the I. the taxes are putting all the live long day and it takes the melody of of I've been working on the railroad which you know it's it's almost like a nursery rhyme even though it's it's not that that's got some trouble some mystery to what it did to me is it.

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"historica canada" Discussed on Safe Space

Safe Space

14:41 min | 2 years ago

"historica canada" Discussed on Safe Space

"Over the weekend. The conservative party try to new message and ended up in a fight with the beloved heritage minutes. So the party posted a parody video which wasn't that funny in my opinion. But it was taking a poke the various ethics scandals that have plagued the liberal government. The party then fielded complaints almost immediately from Historica Canada. The nonpartisan charity that makes the heritage minutes ad and now they've since reposted the ad language. At more clearly marks it as a parody and it pulls some of the branding that similar to the heritage minutes. And they also sorta posted a man culpa to the organization saying that they didn't mean to harm their nonpartisan status as a piece of branding. This didn't seem to work. John. Can you give us a insight into thinking? Maybe give you any insight to what they were thinking ISIS, though. What we can say is that their thought processes were those of members of circle university fraternities in other words, fat boys. This is again common to all war rooms, if you hang around liberal war rooms are conservative war rooms while you tend to find are mostly young men, some young women, but mostly young men. Radically partisan disposition of who have tendency to go one step one step further in one step further. And then I've got it. And then they do something really stupid at that point the adults in the room also known as the leader in the leaders office rain, the men, but it Andhra shears case too often the don't get rained in. Although again, this is not something unique to the conservative party or any opposition party because you always push the envelope. When you're not position, let us not tar any particular party with the brush of being nasty and vindictive. And the other part is being noble because that's just garbage the only party that ever exercises any kind of discipline principles Democratic Party. But that's because it never empower. Well, I mean, I think I want expanded out to some of the branding and messaging receiving from all the parties is now the moment where everyone's going to try out their big ideas. Yeah, I would imagine to a degree. But it's already kinda sorta late. Right. And the reason why I say that is because we're already in an election year. I feel as though the parties have either been tacitly campaigning or openly campaigning for at least the last little bit. Now, particularly on on social media right on like, the promoted tweets or on your on your Facebook feeds or whatever it may be. So yeah. Like now is the time I guess to try bunch of trial and error, and we already know a little bit of what we're going to see from the liberal war room. Of course. Which is we're so sunny in great and the other guys are super negative. Don't go for the super negative guys. Go for us. But also, by the way, we're also gonna because we have to at some point put out, you know, negative spin on whatever else they're doing. I'm actually really curious as to how the end EP will come out in in this. And what factor the block will actually end up putting out in terms of ads in Quebec anyway. And as. As of the recording of this. It's of course, before the by election in Burnaby south. We're not exactly sure what the fate of Jagmeet Singh as leader of the end EP could be, but I mean, we've seen a bunch of missteps from from his part from calms perspective at least anyway in a policy perspective in the last little bit. So it'll be really interesting to see how the narrative shapes around him in an action. So I I mean, I'm curious about what the particular parties will do in terms of messaging. I want to know how they're actually going to factor in social media. Justin, Trudeau's liberals having much more deft hand at this. But no one seems to have particularly not be able to score any own-goals. Whether it's you know, the short viral video that gets jug meets things even his ally. Saying dude, what were you doing? How did you not know that happening to seventies own goals from Andrew cheers party? For example, this week they had to denounce an out of their own that went out on Google. How are they going to manage the volume of social media? Absolutely. Not to be that question because I'm very. Social media is for me is a dinner party of. But I I wouldn't ask the quail great for your age, John. Well, thank you. One of the questions may be is this the election. In addition, the twenty twenty American lecture, of course, will it become known as the election when social media Pete. But these are only valuable when people don't really fully understand what's happening to them. So they don't understand why something just appeared there Facebook fade saying, hey, Vicky with van tastic if you voted French was sheer today. What I wanna know his women do the post mortem of this election of the twenty twenty election will be discovered that by now people got lies Twaddell is stuff at really good example of a campaign recently that has really taken advantage of digital media was actually the PC is in the last on -tario provincial election, and the example that even the campaign themselves will likely site is bucket beer, which was a kind of silly promise. But a promise nonetheless, and it was geared specifically towards younger males that were likely to vote for but kind of that extra push to get off their butts and off their couch and into the voting booth and what they did was they did a lot advertising on XBox live. And so I think particularly with the conservatives and the liberals and John feel free to correct me if I'm wrong on this. But there is a pretty significant gender split is they're not even now with the with leaning between the parties. I put it this way. Historically, here's what happens historically in. This is true. Not just in Canada. Most countries you will have a gender split between men and women before election campaign with women tending to support the Progressive Party more than the conservative party in the end the opposite with men that split usually goes of way by election day, or it becomes marginal election day. So that you can't say x person one the meal massive supported women, but was defeated by the entrenched opposition of men, usually the gap narrows of in the last thirty in the last couple of weeks, and there's little or no generous differentiation on election day. But it does exist before and therefore you might wanna exploited. Then that's interesting because what I was also gonna say 'cause I perhaps Ramon ously assumed that the conservatives have an edge with men, so they may wanna. Look at you know, how they're gonna use that to their advantage. But in particular, the liberals tend to at least right now have an advantage with millennials and that demographic, and we know that this is gonna be the first election in which they outnumber boomers. So does that mean they're sitting away from Facebook and going more to snap or insta- stories? I certainly don't know the answer to that. But it would be interesting to see how that plays out. And finally, it's time for takeaways. This is the part of the show where we share our bold bad. Opinions are rance are endorsements or whatever else we need to get off our chests supreme why don't you get started? Okay. So let me just I mean. 'cause people can't always see me right now. Let me just say I am six and a half months pregnant, and before I get into my takeaway. I will also preface it by saying, I am very grateful and thankful that the pregnancy thus far has been complication free freedom knocking on wood here. Even though I think it's fake would. And that you know, my husband, and I didn't go through issues with trying to get pregnant and then staying pregnant, so I'm very grateful for that. So let me just put that out there before I get into what horrible bitch. I'm gonna sound like, okay, you've been nice. What's up xactly? Not exactly my brand pregnancy is not a magical time. The next person who says that to me. Oh, it's such a magical time is like getting a punch in the face. Because I don't know why women aren't more honest with other women, and I'm actually quite grateful. There are two women that I work with sandy Salerno teenager Janney who have been extremely honest with the try. And tribulations that come with each with each trimester. Because it's all different. But in general going to let you guys know hemorrhoids increase vaginal, discharge weight gain. Extra gase nece hurt burn. None of these things are good. And like, yeah. Is it really cool. The first time your baby actually kicks you. And you know, it's a kick. And it's not like, oh was that gas or was it just something else shirt is? But we talked about this in the context of women need to come clean with how hard you know, they deal with post baby issues, so like postpartum depression. Now, I would say for the first time in ten years something that women openly talk about we should be openly talking about how miserable actual pregnancy can be just on a day-to-day. But I mean, the human the human condition is horrifying the condition for women is like doubly horrifying, and then you had a baby into that mix, and it just sounds awful awful awful, an apologies to John for mentioning vaginal discharge the first time. It's been mentioned on the show. Oh, that's nice for us as a record. All right. John. What's your that was quite the rant real at? All. What do you have this week? I've got a public policy compliments to as he is concerned. This this is just be flogging book. And what would you expect Darrell Bricker, and I are the authors of empty planet which was which went on sale this week anti planet is a new book that argues that the growth population is not going to top eleven Videon people like United nation says it is by the of the century. It's in fact, going to get not much above nine billion people by the middle of the century. And then start to go down, and the reason for that is that around the world not just in the developed world. But in the developing world, women are increasing the acquiring the education that they need in order to take control of their lives and take control of their bodies. And once women in any country any in any culture anywhere on the planet. Without exception has any control over many. Any children she's going to have she invaded chooses to have fewer for reasons outlined earlier, it's a nightmare. So so we sing in the developing world like as in India China at elsewhere just cratering decline in fertility rates at this is going to lead to a world in which every year. There are fewer people were the before which will be good in some ways bad another ways. How will be good? How bad it's on sale. Now, I have to ask John I've been reading the book, and I have a question for you. Which is what is the case for wanting more people in the world. The there isn't obvious in the environment of sets the only case for wanting more people the world is in Konami. There is a huge advantage to having more young workers than old workers because the workers a provide the taxes needed to sustain the healthcare and pensions consumed by her dot workers by old people and ya. Young people as well. A buy things of from cars to houses to babies shoulders, and it is buying things that drives an economy consumption. So there there is an economic case for the fact that if you have fewer people every year, the had the foreign any particular society, that means by definition, you have fewer young people than you had the before in that society, which means we have consumers taxpayers, and that can be crop can't get to now. I mean, I personally would prefer fewer people. But I I have a specific list of who that people should be. All right. So it's a it's my turn for a to go. I actually I wanna give shout out to this year's black history month, which has just been black excellence in that white people have gone crazy. So we're a week into black history month and already the the democratic governor for Virginia was found with a photo of him in black face in his yearbook. The next candidate for governor a black man who everyone thought like this is the black renaissance in the Democratic Party. He's now been accused of sexual assault. The governor the attorney general who's next in line out of nowhere decided to convince the black face which no one asked for. But there we are Liam Niessen admitted to wandering around ready to commit a hate crime against a black, man. I'm just if every single black history month includes one new confession from a white person about something crazy. This is a this is not the evolution the forebears wanted it to be. But it's making me. So so happy, do you know, what I find so satisfying about this is that we've heard so long from boomers that millennials are gonna be ruined from social media. And because we have so many embarrassing pictures of ourselves in, you know, from like University, College, whatever. On our social media pages that are gonna come back to haunt us. Nobody actually thought that any of these photos of people implant face or in like a hood clan or in front of a confederate flag. Like, the pictures are pictures receipts are absolutely it's a very old fashioned principle. I've been in business thirty years in a one of the first things they taught us of their years ago was whatever anything happens get to the high school of the person involved as even get the yearbook man can't we should also ban books, but that's a subject. Well, that's it for the show this week. Thank you so much to our guests super aware can people keep up with you and your work even follow me on Twitter aghast at supreme divinity. Good luck, spelling it. Okay. And John is there anything you wanna plug eagerly Jones building at John Goodson at Twitter. Also, I have a public Facebook page Johnny Benson. 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"historica canada" Discussed on Safe Space

Safe Space

14:41 min | 2 years ago

"historica canada" Discussed on Safe Space

"Over the weekend. The conservative party try to new message and ended up in a fight with the beloved heritage minutes. So the party posted a parody video which wasn't that funny in my opinion. But it was taking a poke the various ethics scandals that have plagued the liberal government. The party then fielded complaints almost immediately from Historica Canada. The nonpartisan charity that makes the heritage minutes ad and now they've since reposted the ad language. At more clearly marks it as a parody and it pulls some of the branding that similar to the heritage minutes. And they also sorta posted a man culpa to the organization saying that they didn't mean to harm their nonpartisan status as a piece of branding. This didn't seem to work. John. Can you give us a insight into thinking? Maybe give you any insight to what they were thinking ISIS, though. What we can say is that their thought processes were those of members of circle university fraternities in other words, fat boys. This is again common to all war rooms, if you hang around liberal war rooms are conservative war rooms while you tend to find are mostly young men, some young women, but mostly young men. Radically partisan disposition of who have tendency to go one step one step further in one step further. And then I've got it. And then they do something really stupid at that point the adults in the room also known as the leader in the leaders office rain, the men, but it Andhra shears case too often the don't get rained in. Although again, this is not something unique to the conservative party or any opposition party because you always push the envelope. When you're not position, let us not tar any particular party with the brush of being nasty and vindictive. And the other part is being noble because that's just garbage the only party that ever exercises any kind of discipline principles Democratic Party. But that's because it never empower. Well, I mean, I think I want expanded out to some of the branding and messaging receiving from all the parties is now the moment where everyone's going to try out their big ideas. Yeah, I would imagine to a degree. But it's already kinda sorta late. Right. And the reason why I say that is because we're already in an election year. I feel as though the parties have either been tacitly campaigning or openly campaigning for at least the last little bit. Now, particularly on on social media right on like, the promoted tweets or on your on your Facebook feeds or whatever it may be. So yeah. Like now is the time I guess to try bunch of trial and error, and we already know a little bit of what we're going to see from the liberal war room. Of course. Which is we're so sunny in great and the other guys are super negative. Don't go for the super negative guys. Go for us. But also, by the way, we're also gonna because we have to at some point put out, you know, negative spin on whatever else they're doing. I'm actually really curious as to how the end EP will come out in in this. And what factor the block will actually end up putting out in terms of ads in Quebec anyway. And as. As of the recording of this. It's of course, before the by election in Burnaby south. We're not exactly sure what the fate of Jagmeet Singh as leader of the end EP could be, but I mean, we've seen a bunch of missteps from from his part from calms perspective at least anyway in a policy perspective in the last little bit. So it'll be really interesting to see how the narrative shapes around him in an action. So I I mean, I'm curious about what the particular parties will do in terms of messaging. I want to know how they're actually going to factor in social media. Justin, Trudeau's liberals having much more deft hand at this. But no one seems to have particularly not be able to score any own-goals. Whether it's you know, the short viral video that gets jug meets things even his ally. Saying dude, what were you doing? How did you not know that happening to seventies own goals from Andrew cheers party? For example, this week they had to denounce an out of their own that went out on Google. How are they going to manage the volume of social media? Absolutely. Not to be that question because I'm very. Social media is for me is a dinner party of. But I I wouldn't ask the quail great for your age, John. Well, thank you. One of the questions may be is this the election. In addition, the twenty twenty American lecture, of course, will it become known as the election when social media Pete. But these are only valuable when people don't really fully understand what's happening to them. So they don't understand why something just appeared there Facebook fade saying, hey, Vicky with van tastic if you voted French was sheer today. What I wanna know his women do the post mortem of this election of the twenty twenty election will be discovered that by now people got lies Twaddell is stuff at really good example of a campaign recently that has really taken advantage of digital media was actually the PC is in the last on -tario provincial election, and the example that even the campaign themselves will likely site is bucket beer, which was a kind of silly promise. But a promise nonetheless, and it was geared specifically towards younger males that were likely to vote for but kind of that extra push to get off their butts and off their couch and into the voting booth and what they did was they did a lot advertising on XBox live. And so I think particularly with the conservatives and the liberals and John feel free to correct me if I'm wrong on this. But there is a pretty significant gender split is they're not even now with the with leaning between the parties. I put it this way. Historically, here's what happens historically in. This is true. Not just in Canada. Most countries you will have a gender split between men and women before election campaign with women tending to support the Progressive Party more than the conservative party in the end the opposite with men that split usually goes of way by election day, or it becomes marginal election day. So that you can't say x person one the meal massive supported women, but was defeated by the entrenched opposition of men, usually the gap narrows of in the last thirty in the last couple of weeks, and there's little or no generous differentiation on election day. But it does exist before and therefore you might wanna exploited. Then that's interesting because what I was also gonna say 'cause I perhaps Ramon ously assumed that the conservatives have an edge with men, so they may wanna. Look at you know, how they're gonna use that to their advantage. But in particular, the liberals tend to at least right now have an advantage with millennials and that demographic, and we know that this is gonna be the first election in which they outnumber boomers. So does that mean they're sitting away from Facebook and going more to snap or insta- stories? I certainly don't know the answer to that. But it would be interesting to see how that plays out. And finally, it's time for takeaways. This is the part of the show where we share our bold bad. Opinions are rance are endorsements or whatever else we need to get off our chests supreme why don't you get started? Okay. So let me just I mean. 'cause people can't always see me right now. Let me just say I am six and a half months pregnant, and before I get into my takeaway. I will also preface it by saying, I am very grateful and thankful that the pregnancy thus far has been complication free freedom knocking on wood here. Even though I think it's fake would. And that you know, my husband, and I didn't go through issues with trying to get pregnant and then staying pregnant, so I'm very grateful for that. So let me just put that out there before I get into what horrible bitch. I'm gonna sound like, okay, you've been nice. What's up xactly? Not exactly my brand pregnancy is not a magical time. The next person who says that to me. Oh, it's such a magical time is like getting a punch in the face. Because I don't know why women aren't more honest with other women, and I'm actually quite grateful. There are two women that I work with sandy Salerno teenager Janney who have been extremely honest with the try. And tribulations that come with each with each trimester. Because it's all different. But in general going to let you guys know hemorrhoids increase vaginal, discharge weight gain. Extra gase nece hurt burn. None of these things are good. And like, yeah. Is it really cool. The first time your baby actually kicks you. And you know, it's a kick. And it's not like, oh was that gas or was it just something else shirt is? But we talked about this in the context of women need to come clean with how hard you know, they deal with post baby issues, so like postpartum depression. Now, I would say for the first time in ten years something that women openly talk about we should be openly talking about how miserable actual pregnancy can be just on a day-to-day. But I mean, the human the human condition is horrifying the condition for women is like doubly horrifying, and then you had a baby into that mix, and it just sounds awful awful awful, an apologies to John for mentioning vaginal discharge the first time. It's been mentioned on the show. Oh, that's nice for us as a record. All right. John. What's your that was quite the rant real at? All. What do you have this week? I've got a public policy compliments to as he is concerned. This this is just be flogging book. And what would you expect Darrell Bricker, and I are the authors of empty planet which was which went on sale this week anti planet is a new book that argues that the growth population is not going to top eleven Videon people like United nation says it is by the of the century. It's in fact, going to get not much above nine billion people by the middle of the century. And then start to go down, and the reason for that is that around the world not just in the developed world. But in the developing world, women are increasing the acquiring the education that they need in order to take control of their lives and take control of their bodies. And once women in any country any in any culture anywhere on the planet. Without exception has any control over many. Any children she's going to have she invaded chooses to have fewer for reasons outlined earlier, it's a nightmare. So so we sing in the developing world like as in India China at elsewhere just cratering decline in fertility rates at this is going to lead to a world in which every year. There are fewer people were the before which will be good in some ways bad another ways. How will be good? How bad it's on sale. Now, I have to ask John I've been reading the book, and I have a question for you. Which is what is the case for wanting more people in the world. The there isn't obvious in the environment of sets the only case for wanting more people the world is in Konami. There is a huge advantage to having more young workers than old workers because the workers a provide the taxes needed to sustain the healthcare and pensions consumed by her dot workers by old people and ya. Young people as well. A buy things of from cars to houses to babies shoulders, and it is buying things that drives an economy consumption. So there there is an economic case for the fact that if you have fewer people every year, the had the foreign any particular society, that means by definition, you have fewer young people than you had the before in that society, which means we have consumers taxpayers, and that can be crop can't get to now. I mean, I personally would prefer fewer people. But I I have a specific list of who that people should be. All right. So it's a it's my turn for a to go. I actually I wanna give shout out to this year's black history month, which has just been black excellence in that white people have gone crazy. So we're a week into black history month and already the the democratic governor for Virginia was found with a photo of him in black face in his yearbook. The next candidate for governor a black man who everyone thought like this is the black renaissance in the Democratic Party. He's now been accused of sexual assault. The governor the attorney general who's next in line out of nowhere decided to convince the black face which no one asked for. But there we are Liam Niessen admitted to wandering around ready to commit a hate crime against a black, man. I'm just if every single black history month includes one new confession from a white person about something crazy. This is a this is not the evolution the forebears wanted it to be. But it's making me. So so happy, do you know, what I find so satisfying about this is that we've heard so long from boomers that millennials are gonna be ruined from social media. And because we have so many embarrassing pictures of ourselves in, you know, from like University, College, whatever. On our social media pages that are gonna come back to haunt us. Nobody actually thought that any of these photos of people implant face or in like a hood clan or in front of a confederate flag. Like, the pictures are pictures receipts are absolutely it's a very old fashioned principle. I've been in business thirty years in a one of the first things they taught us of their years ago was whatever anything happens get to the high school of the person involved as even get the yearbook man can't we should also ban books, but that's a subject. Well, that's it for the show this week. Thank you so much to our guests super aware can people keep up with you and your work even follow me on Twitter aghast at supreme divinity. Good luck, spelling it. Okay. And John is there anything you wanna plug eagerly Jones building at John Goodson at Twitter. Also, I have a public Facebook page Johnny Benson. 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"historica canada" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

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"historica canada" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Cereals was a fleeting moment of rather elevated pause. The heritage minute first broadcast in nineteen Ninety-one and produced by the historic Canada. Charitable foundation was envisioned as a history lesson miniature sixty seconds from start to finish profiling prominent person, a significant place or notable episode in Canadian history. Created to be the same length as a television advertisement. The goal was to promote lesser known chapters of Canada's, passed, including often more obscure Canadian contributions to the world to an exclusively Canadian audience. And in the early days, they were pervasive presence not only during the commercials on TV, but also on the big screen during the movie trailers screen to head of the blockbuster film release of the day at cinemas across the country and also in school classrooms from coast to coast, Historica Canada. Estimates third of Canadian teaches us the heritage minutes in some form or another in their classrooms to illustrate that curriculums between two and five new minutes or released each year, the subject of each being a closely guarded secret ahead of its release and the ninety episodes of the heritage minute to have been broadcast date have covered an eclectic array of subjects from a profile of James Naismith of Ontario who invented basket. Born eighteen ninety one the story of Cheney when Jack a twelve year old first nations boy who died while escaping Canada's notorious residential school. System in nineteen sixty six to Joe Shuster the Toronto born comic book, Liz straighter who in nineteen thirty-one created super..

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