21 Burst results for "Honor Society"

Unmasking a Killer, Pam Hupp

We Saw the Devil

03:25 min | 4 months ago

Unmasking a Killer, Pam Hupp

"On tuesday december twenty seventh two thousand and eleven russ area called nine one one to report that he had just discovered his wife forty two year. Old betsy farah had killed herself as you just heard. He was in hysterics crying. Unable to breathe he called nine one one expecting police. Ems to come to his aid. What he wasn't expecting was that no one who arrived on scene. That night would believe that. Betsy had committed suicide. They believe that her fifty five stab wounds told a different story and this belief this version of events would lead to more than ten years of absolute hell for rough area. This is quite possibly the craziest case we have ever heard of and apparently agrees because renee zellweger just got cast as the lead in an upcoming film based on this case when we think of evil or manipulative women. A few immediately come to mind. We have jodi arias casey anthony. Eileen worn ose and more recently. Laurie valo by the end of this episode. You'll have another name to add to this list pamela. up pamela. Newman was born on october tenth. Nineteen fifty-eight indulge in missouri in a devout catholic home. Her mom was a schoolteacher working at a local school and her father was a longtime employee for union electric happily backed by the union by all accounts it was an idyllic childhood. Pam was known as being kind vivacious and extremely playful beautiful with long flowing blond hair and an infectious laugh. It was very hard not to like her for high school. She attended riverview gardens in saint louis. She was popular and a member of the cheerleading squad. If you ask any of her former classmates what they remember about pam they almost all say one of three things. She wasn't that great at school but she loved to party and she was one hundred cent boy crazy. Her popularity allowed her to frequently date. She began to go steady with an attractive softspoken boy. Who was a star athlete exceptional student and member of the national honor society. A couple of weeks after going to their senior prom together a pregnancy test confirmed pam spheres most likely due to her stringent catholic upbringing. She knew what had to happen. They had to get married resenting the fact that her friends were enjoying college life pam said at home in a dingy dark apartment with her daughter while her husband were too long hours to provide for their small family. The resentment grew to be far too much in the marriage dissolved. After only six years soon after the divorce pam met markup he was attractive also softspoken and played minor league baseball for the texas rangers. The two became almost immediately enamored with one another and married rather quickly. Mark ended up not being drafted by the major league so he became a carpenter. The pair soon welcomed a baby boy and moved to florida in nineteen eighty nine not finding a great deal of happiness or success in the sunshine state. They moved back to missouri buying a home in the city of o'fallon with marks carpentry skills and plump savings account. The two began to flip homes in the area meaning steady income and a regular paycheck. Pam went to work at a local state farm insurance office. Betsy faira was the very first person who greeted her

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Oluwatosin Olaseinde  Africas Financial Literacy Queen Says Be Careful Who You Trust

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:45 min | 8 months ago

Oluwatosin Olaseinde Africas Financial Literacy Queen Says Be Careful Who You Trust

"Fellow risk-takers. This is your worst podcast host Andrew Stanton. I'm here with featured guests tosin on the say in day tosin. Are you Menu Rock. Yes, I am ready to rock. Let's go. I know you are and I know because I see you rocking it every day on Instagram video. So I've been trying to get you on the show and I'm so happy to have you and let me introduce you to the audience tosin is a professional accountant with over ten years of experience spanning across accounting audit financial management and Taxation. She is the founder and CEO of money Africa and edtech platform that enhances financial literacy and Investments leveraging on technology person is a Washington Mandela fellow. She was a finalist at the future Awards in 2019. She was selected as one of the top 100 women by the leading. Ladies Africa. She was awarded one of the top eight Traders by CNBC Africa and 2012 and is a member of the golden key International. Honour Society post office. Spoken at tedx and It's featured on BBC UK Al jazeera's Guardian as well as others. And of course you can hear her and see her every day on many Africa on a gram but doesn't take a minute and fill any further tidbits about your life. So Monday Africa started as a passion project you just wanted to teach people about money that you got my first degree at age of twenty. And even that was an accountant. I struggled with my money. I was living from hand-to-mouth. So I wanted to change that for other people to didn't have to make the same mistakes. I did so after letting about right and district and speaks and wanted to speak to a Nigerian Market using the same language using the same examples things that you can relate to and that's what we did. So we have over 4,000 subscribers in our platform and we've reached over a hundred thousand people online and offline. I'm really excited about it. That is exciting. I'm curious when you started it. You probably had some Vision wage. But in reality things went a different direction, but we're successful. I'm curious. What did you think you were going to be doing with it versus what you are doing or or was it straight on target to be very honest. It wasn't really just the hobby. So I just opened an Instagram page and I just wanted to share my lessons with people right? I just turned Thirty and I was like gosh, you know, I made so much so many mistakes and when I was younger, I just wanted to teach people and I just said I'd posted and like wildfire 1000 followers then we so 5,000 followers. Then we saw $10,000 then then Instagram had only one that needs to be viewers. You couldn't do more than that, right? So they were like, oh totally what more we want more and then we said we go let's go and let's have horses were being as you know, let's have physical classes. So in all honesty, I did not see any growth this way. It really just happened the markets responded positively and they were responding to them as well and just collect get creating products for them. You know, I I can totally picture that wage. Cuz I mean here I am in little old Bangkok and I really know nothing about Nigeria and certainly about the Nigeria Market. Although I'm learning a lot these days as I was talking about with you before but but I can say is that when I saw you on the video it just you know, it makes you just want to stand up and cheer because you know, you bring so much energy so much passion to what you're doing and you know, sometimes you know, you're just talking about Bank earnings, but you know, you still bring that energy and passion to it. And so I always try to make a comment like whoa. Yes awesome. So I imagine that it's growing because I think you do have a lot of passion and I think you share that with the audience. So that's also one of the reasons why I wanted to get you on the show to share some of that passion with my audience. ATT I'm very excited to be here. Yeah. Well, so let's get started. Well now it's time to show your worst investment ever and since no one ever goes into their worst investment thinking it will be home. Tell us a bit about the circumstances leading up to it and then tell us your story a fantastic. So this was in 2017 and at this time of the year off, right the Bitcoin was gaining so much momentum at the beginning of the year was like $2,000 and it was $3,000 and it kept growing now remember I'm straight account and I only I know about basic things and I know the stock market and all this other thing but click on just sounded very futuristic. It's not a very abstract. I just don't understand it now. He's a friend and he always tells me about his really oh I made so much money this I did that I did that. I wanted a piece of the pie right? So what I was accustomed to I a mutual funds or stocks, I think know I got a job. I do understand it. So I was living on my friends knowledge, right it kept telling me about all his wings and then in the midst of it all it went from two thousand to five thousand. I remember when it hits $10,000 and I can't wait anymore. I need to get it. So I reached out to him and I said listen, I want into some of those pie and was like definitely that's not a problem we can get you in now at this point, but Bitcoin now was about $18,000 way about so I handed over a large sum of money Andrew huge sum of money to this person to help me investigate cause I thoughts because I was so futuristics. I can understand it. I wouldn't know how to navigate it and I needed to actually speak to this person that actually knows how to go about it. And

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"honor society" Discussed on Creative Confidence Podcast

Creative Confidence Podcast

04:47 min | 8 months ago

"honor society" Discussed on Creative Confidence Podcast

"So she said okay. So what do you like to do can I said Oh I love my clubs you know I mean everything feels service National Honor Society French club, and I'm running it. I'm President December president that I'd love leading clubs. And to her credit she said to me well, meaning clubs is like running a business. So if you like that you probably like business. And she said like business. But what I heard was running this. Oh. Okay running clubs. So I like running a business I wanNA looked around those who called CEOS and that's when I said fine. I'm going to be a CEO literally I just picked it because I do better when I have goals. When I have goals that I am targeting do better and frankly I was naive and we're good news is I know what that really meant right as also Davis but once it became a goal, then it was fixed. Here's the goal and I'm GonNa go after it. So. When you say how do you do it I think honestly we spend too much time trying to figure out the perfect thing right the perfect thing and honestly it's not perfect. But if you pick something and work toward it at least along the way you are building skills, building capabilities and even if you decide this is what i WanNa do you WanNa do this or you can leverage all that you've done so many people do this because they're trying to well, let me try let me try this. Let me try and then just skied ways right? No pick something. So in many respects. I always encourage people. If you don't know what you WanNa do then take jobs that are in demand build skills that are demand because if you don't know it doesn't matter right it's kind of like an in school right we always take those required courses to be able to get to our major will treat it like a required course. So cool and now, and now you're in a different. Moment in your life bright. But you are always so goal oriented. Running A business to be goal oriented..

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"honor society" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"honor society" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lot on college campuses hello guys are you guys registered to vote here in Arizona yes a deluxe here's this all the time outsider student union at the university of Arizona where she spends most of her time studying that keeps her busy I've always just tried my hardest to do it all like I was a two sport varsity athlete I was a National Honor Society Spanish honor society as officers and all my clubs and that's just how I grew up that's like the entire scope of my life and then the third Gen Mexican American she grew up in a Phoenix neighborhood where she felt safe going for a run her parents and brother still live in the same house she grew up in Georgia dad is a lobbyist for the city of Buckeye a Phoenix suburb while she represents the awareness among young people she also does not have that sense of activism her sense of activism is I'm gonna get educated and I'm going to have a professional career that allows me to help people George doesn't lecture his daughter about the issues affecting her generation she's well aware of the challenges he faces is agency goes far beyond those policies that people typically associate with Latinos right immigration dreamers I kind of think of course those are important it goes way beyond that tell me how I'm going to pay less for college tuition tell me how I can be assured that I'm gonna have a job when I get out of school those kinds of things I did ideas hasn't decided what show user public health degree for when she graduates but she worries about how the current health care system excludes so many people and it's shaping her opinion of the candidates as of now I think Elizabeth Warren.

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"honor society" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"honor society" Discussed on KCRW

"Smokes isn't it ironic that our communication teacher communicates by throwing chairs the one that got us in a most troubled actually was isn't it ironic that we have a celibate priests teaching us about sexual relationships so needless to say we broke in the school at night we put him in the lockers and became the next morning were waiting to see what happens they basically tried to kick us all out of school they desperately wanted us all out fortunately the parents were able to keep us in school and but they stripped us of all over leadership positions took away National Honor Society all that stuff that seems to matter at that age and then I'm you know I submit all my applications to college and I get this note from one of the people is recommending me we're supposed to be recommending many says he said I found it really hard to recommend you to college and I thought to myself then why did you do that so the day he shows up you're sure to get all the letters open I mean no surprise I did not get into Harvard however as I open up all the other lawyers I realized I got you to know colleges zero not so not only did I not get into college in the Harvard I got to know colleges and I thought my dad was going to go ballistic instead he supported me and he stayed with me and he continued to help me find a way to get into a college fast forward ten years after I was rejected I'm standing outside of a building with all my classmates and a master's program in public policy and I leading them into Harvard yard for degree at Harvard and I'm looking over at my dad and he's he rarely smiles but it's really warming nice when he does and then at the end of the night after we had some dinner and we celebrate Terry moments you came up to me to came up and put his hands behind his back like his want to do and I was waiting for this beautiful moment when you look at many said now you must write a book.

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The Honor Student

The Double Shift

08:34 min | 1 year ago

The Honor Student

"Now to start off I just want to restate some of the core tenets of the double shift. The show is not and will never be a show about parenting or kids. We are not here to give you tips and tricks about how to you juggle your busy schedule. And we don't believe there's any way to hack our way out of the enormous problems that mothers facing this country like deeply unequal and unfair family leave policies the astronomical cost of childcare and the fact that the wage gap between men and women is more accurately a wage gap between mothers and everybody else we need to think big about all of this stuff so with all of these social and economic issues facing mothers widely. We want to talk about reimagining. Our personal lives because here at the double shift we believe. The Revolution at work begins with the revolution at home. Women can't advance in society if our relationships are stuck in the past. That families don't have to be conventional to be successful and that support report for parents can come from the most unexpected places and communities can be key to getting us to where we as working mothers hoped to go this season. Then you'll hear conversations about the huge foundry breaking and sometimes uncomfortable changes MOMS have made to reshape their lives. We're going to tackle pickled the mental load. You'll hear from a mother without custody of her kids who believe she's a better mother for it to excitingly unconventional families in Canada and a transgender parent. Who will explode your gender stereotypes and much more? We're going to challenge the pretty strong assumption that the nuclear in your family is the best deal out there for working moms and we're really going to question what we're told Motherhood should beat. This is season two of the double shift. The Revolution begins at home. Today story is about what kind of support and community it can take to you realize your dreams and find your way to a meaningful career when you're already a mom and in spite of huge personal and and Financial Obstacles Meet Maria Ramirez. Hi Katherine how are you. We're going to begin this episode all the way back in two thousand seven. When Maria was seventeen years old she went to a big public high school in Indianapolis known for churning out NBA basketball players? But Maria wasn't a basketball star. She was an academic superstar. She was killing it. Knowledge classes a leader at the school and in the National Honor Society by winter for for senior year. Everything was on track for her. She had a boyfriend but he planned to join. The army and Maria didn't think they'd stay together after graduation. She'd apply I to a bunch of prestigious East Coast colleges including her Dream School Harvard and was just waiting to hear back about two two weeks before everyone started receiving their college acceptance letters. I found out I was pregnant and it was a complete shock to me because because I had no idea of how it could have possibly. I knew how it could've been put on. I didn't think that it would happen to me. And I immediately thought they they all my dreams would be deferred. I didn't see how managed to go away to college. I didn't see how it managed to move to New York or Boston. Or one of these other places says that was a lot more exciting. My favorite teacher. My architectural technology teacher that I had I was like on a first name basis with him him and I was like an unofficial. Ta For his class. I would help great other people's assignments because I was so good at using autocad and He would like rely on me for a lot of things things and he saw potential. He was telling me all the time. You're going to do so great. You're going to beat his shot architect and when I explained to him that I was pregnant. He it just like kind of put his head down on the sesame said not you now that Maria is pregnant and she had to figure out what might be next for her. A bunch of college acceptance letters had already rolled in. Maria had always assumed she'd go to college for four years and then take on the world and her goal is not just any college. She had her heart set on Harvard but when the letter finally came Maria let it just sit on the dining room table. It's funny till this day. I have not open that letter that came from Harvard. I just couldn't bring myself to do it because I knew I couldn't go by. All of my friends around me were like. Oh I'm so excited I'm going to IU which was in Bloomington and about two and a half hours from where we lived at the time. And I knew I just couldn't they move outside of Indianapolis because that's where the support was but the feelings there were so many. I always saw myself as a mom. Because I'm the oldest sibling of five so I always took care of my younger siblings but the feelings at the time were disappointment that it happened at the time that it did and also I felt maybe that I was disappointing people in my family because my mom was also a teen mom and I think that she spent so much of her life struggling l.. Going that she didn't want that for me and I think that she automatically saw that. I would have this life of a single mom and I think she could see the signs that the relationship that was in was not going to last and I didn't want to be a single mom but I also knew I didn't want to be with him so that was like very very challenging for me to navigate as a seventeen year old. So you're getting these acceptance letters and you know that in your heart you you wanna be a mom someday that that was always the plan. was there ever our conversation in your mind like whether you want to have this baby. Yes so honestly the reason why I didn't want to terminate the pregnancy Eh. And it had nothing to do with morality or religion or anything like that. Because I think that's most often the case I think for women that decide not to go there rallies either financial or maybe maybe religious or moral reasons and things that people have told them was right and wrong. I just wanted to challenge and I always assumed that I could do it because I saw my mob do it. I didn't see becoming a mom as like the end of my life as a seventeen year. Old I deci- as maybe a small delay. And I'm getting to where I wanted to go. You're occupying these to sort of really different spheres like you were this superstar academic Percen Percen as one part of your identity and then you were also headed to being a teen mom in this other part of your identity. How did it it feel like the people around you view in these different roles so part of me as a black girl growing up and the community city that grew up in? I always felt like the exception. I was always told that you have to work twice as hard to prove that you're just as capable all as your white peers. So I always had that in the back of my mind as I got straight as as I joined all these committees and councils and things as a teenager that was an exception I was like this different black girl right and the stereotypical team is usually a girl off color. So I felt like me navigating these two different identities. I became a part of this statistic. I became just a regular black girl as opposed to this exceptional one that has this really great. GPA and you know is on first name basis with the principal and things like that. I definitely felt that disappointment from teachers from the principal from you know family members of like you are exception you are. Are you know pride of the family. And now you just become. I'm like the rest of us. One of my favorite people of all time that. I'm super close to my grandmother. My father passed away when I was six years old and she slept in kind of kept the memory of him alive and she came to my high school graduation. She traveled all the way from Florida to be there and I hadn't told her that I was pregnant. 'cause I was honestly it would just nervous and afraid to say anything to her about it and it was still very new still. I was only a few months

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"honor society" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on Good Life Project

"They saw something in me, and some of my teachers are still, they're like, they've had these incredible careers at this girl school saw before I did. And then being able to do a book event at my school in front of all the fifth through twelfth graders all these young women was fascinating because the fifth and sixth graders were so in it, they were raising their hands. I got to do a workshop with them. There wasn't. Inability to be paralyzed by the insecurity. It was like, I feel it a moving through it by the time I was talking to a lot of the I'd say, ten eleven even twelfth graders, there was this awareness of everything I say, manners, it will have impact and I don't know of I'm ready for that. So it felt like much more of a stretch to get them to. There was psychological buyin but to actually play with the principles. Yeah, I mean, I guess that's the age where you quote fitting in is, is everything, sort of, like. And what's interesting to me, is that that's when it lands innings ODA heels lies and question is does that ever leave for a lot of us? And if so, when and how does that happen because I think a lot of us per that becomes the, the primary determinant of so many decisions we make to either step out or retreat back. For the rest of our lives. He I agree completely. I had the opportunity to speak at my daughter's school, and it was in front of seventh and eighth graders who were being inducted into the national junior Honor Society. And in every single case they read exactly what they were going to say it was incredibly polished, and then my husband had the opportunity to be at the school for a different event in front of the fifth, and sixth graders. And they didn't have notes and they were magical..

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"honor society" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on The Working Experience

"I mean, not all of my students are like us. But I remember last year we had this thing called the cultural proficiency council sort of dress like, you know, some some racial stuff that had been going on, you know, kids using inappropriate language things like that. And this these students were there, and this thing was at I think seven to eight o'clock at night. And then they were talking about these were like national Honor Society students, and they were talking about all the work. They had do. I'm like you're at school at eight. Eight o'clock at night could overed, and you know, the sport some in bed. I'm in bed at eight o'clock. I am literally in bed at eight thirty maybe nine o'clock, maybe, and that's how these kids who have this. And you know, I admire it in a way like they really do. I know some of these kids. They're really good kids. They do a great job. And I'm sure they'd be very successful. But it's like man, I you can see. Well, the reason I thought of it says what's more a recent Pew Research report on the epidemic of youth things. -iety ninety five percent of teens said having a job or career. They enjoy would be extremely or very important to them as an adult this ranked higher than any other priority, including helping other people who are need or getting married finding meaning at work beats family and kindness as the top ambition of today's young people and. We initially said he didn't mention women. But it says work as hat may have started with rich men, but the house is spreading across gender and age in two thousand eighteen paper on elite universities, researchers found that for women most important benefit of attending a selective college isn't higher wages, but more hours at the office and other ones are elite institutions are minting co Ed works, and who does this work for this works for the companies to oh it benefits the corporations. I mean, they're the whole system is designed to create these these little worker bees. And what's what's crazy about it? Is there is you know, I it's it's not like, they're, you know, make the I mean in a sense, you are making more money, but you're doing it for the prestige. You know, you're doing it for the zone. I can tell you. Hey, Matt, you know, I'm a. S V P of blah, blah, blah. And I make these widgets, and I work ninety hours a week..

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"honor society" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Brentwood, herbals show and seven sixty talk and breaking news and all the stuff that we today so far is absolutely fair game. But I have a feeling this is going to set some people to think John this a big story here. New Jersey student claims he was rejected from the national Honor Society because he supports Trump. Could be. Yeah. New Jersey high school student claims he was rejected as an applicant from his schools national Honor Society because of his vocal support for President Donald Trump. The superintendent of the school insists that the school administration does not discriminate on politics. They shouldn't Boris Kazan co up Russian collusion. Boris Kaz Anco sixteen is a junior at holmdale highschool in holmdale New Jersey in an interview with a New Jersey radio station. He said that while he had met the criteria to be inducted into the national Honor Society. He thinks he was ultimately rejected because of conflicts with school administrators over his backing of Trump on social media Kazan go the former class president ran on a campaign promise to make holmdale great again. And he lost the race. He also claimed he had a conflict with his class adviser as they rejected his idea to host a paint ball fundraiser at the school Kazan told the station he asked his principal for a second opinion and was reprimanded. The student also said that while he served as class president. He posted a quote from Trump on the classes Instagram account, which read quote, if you're going to be thinking anything it might as well be big. He claimed that also got him a reprimand. Zenko claim that administrators took down his post removed his administrative privileges. He appealed the administration's decision and received a conduct or this guy. Sounds like a troublemaker a little bit Donnie Kazan told the station. He's rejected from the national Honor Society because he had a quote character issue. According to a school. Well, if you get reprimanded. I mean, that's sort of a character issue. But it sounds like they they kept ringing him up. The superintendent told the Asbury park press, he's unable to disclose a student's personal information including their GPA, but he did state. The politics would not be a factor in selecting a national Honor Society member. Since nineteen twenty one. The NHS recognizes young people have shown dedication in areas of scholarship service leadership and character on top of having a GPA of three point zero or higher. Members are expected to volunteer. Their time in the community service leaders in their school and despite good character. Letting him in. He has a four point. Oh GPA. Wow. Right, whatever we'll show AM seven, sixty talk. Breaking news, Jim Sharpe. Headline in orange Glen high school teacher makes his first court appearance today after being arrested earlier this week for sex crimes against teenagers will have the latest next AM seven sixty K F M B shift.

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"honor society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Loved her didn't think anything of it. At gouge ecology. She will bring them up a lot. She wore her PHI beta Kappa Honor Society key from her. And then she would explain to strangers what it was holiday dinners. If one of brought somebody new around she would work gouge your into the conversation. But also, I swear I remember her bringing it up with cashiers at the grocery store on green spring avenue and with nurses and hospital, which I know makes her sound like a crank or something. The real issue was not well, she talked about it because that was the only positive thing she had to talk about that that thank you berry. That's what I was trying to say do you feel like that? Do you think that was one of the happiest times or maybe the happiest time of her life when she was a couch? You're. Yes, I do which say probably. There's a page in her gouge afoul that I guess was filled out when she first entered the school typed on an old manual typewriter list. Her name. Childhood address her age, which is seventeen. Seventeen. I stared at that number for a long while like, okay when this was written down that number was accurate. She was seventeen at honestly like I never pictured her at seventeen before this. The kid. Pretty skin acne treatment apparently worked like a charm. Looking forward to so many things. I knew her in her last twenty years for the first twenty. It's comforting to think that she got those two that was just.

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"honor society" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on This American Life

"Gotcha college. She would bring them up a lot. She working five beta Kappa Honor Society key from Cowher and then to explain to strangers what it was at holiday dinners. If one of us brought somebody new around she would work gouge your into the conversation. But also, I su- I remember her bringing it up with cashiers at the grocery store on green spring avenue and with nurses and hospital, which I know makes her sound like a crank or something. Really? She was not she talked about it because that was the only positive thing. She talk about that. That's thank you, very. That's what I was trying to say do you feel like that? Do you think that was one of the happiest times may be the happiest time for life when she was a couch? You're. Yes. I do. I would say probably. There's a page in her gouge afoul that gets was filled out when she first entered the school typed on an old manual typewriter. It was her name childhood address her age, which is seventeen. Seventeen. I stared at that number for a long while like, okay when this was written down that number was accurate. She was seventeen at honestly like I never pictured her at seventeen before this kid, but pretty skin acne treatment, apparently work like charm. Looking forward to so many things I knew her in her last twenty years, but a I twenty. I don't know. It's comforting to that. She got those too. But that was just as real part of her life is the part that I know. I think it's easy to decide that what's happening right now. Right. This second is the most important thing. But in fact, the moments before just as real as the moments right now, I'll look so much more complicated. If you take them into account. I show we have stories like the moment, that's documented in my grandma feed is college file before things went to hell, we have two very different stories in one pound Titians, nearly south something today is so deeply unsolved that we have shut down our government over it in the other post divorce. Time travel's for ninety minutes into pre-divorce. WBZ Chicago glass, stay with us..

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"honor society" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on This American Life

"Gotcha college. She would bring them up a lot. She working five beta Kappa Honor Society key from Cowher and then to explain to strangers what it was at holiday dinners. If one of us brought somebody new around she would work gouge your into the conversation. But also, I su- I remember her bringing it up with cashiers at the grocery store on green spring avenue and with nurses and hospital, which I know makes her sound like a crank or something. Really? She was not she talked about it because that was the only positive thing. She talk about that. That's thank you, very. That's what I was trying to say do you feel like that? Do you think that was one of the happiest times may be the happiest time for life when she was a couch? You're. Yes. I do. I would say probably. There's a page in her gouge afoul that gets was filled out when she first entered the school typed on an old manual typewriter. It was her name childhood address her age, which is seventeen. Seventeen. I stared at that number for a long while like, okay when this was written down that number was accurate. She was seventeen at honestly like I never pictured her at seventeen before this kid, but pretty skin acne treatment, apparently work like charm. Looking forward to so many things I knew her in her last twenty years, but a I twenty. I don't know. It's comforting to that. She got those too. But that was just as real part of her life is the part that I know. I think it's easy to decide that what's happening right now. Right. This second is the most important thing. But in fact, the moments before just as real as the moments right now, I'll look so much more complicated. If you take them into account. I show we have stories like the moment, that's documented in my grandma feed is college file before things went to hell, we have two very different stories in one pound Titians, nearly south something today is so deeply unsolved that we have shut down our government over it in the other post divorce. Time travel's for ninety minutes into pre-divorce. WBZ Chicago glass, stay with us..

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"honor society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We loved her didn't think anything of it. Years at gouge ecology. You bring them up a lot. She worker PHI beta Kappa Honor Society key from Cowher. And then she would explain to strangers what it was holiday dinners. If one of us brought somebody new around she would work out your into the conversation. But also, I su- I remember her bringing it up with cashiers at the grocery store on green spring avenue and with nurses and hospital, which I know makes her sound like a crank or something. Really? She was not. Well, she talked about it because that was the only positive thing. All she had to talk about that. That's thank you, very. That's what I was trying to say do you feel like that? Do you think that was one of the happiest times may be the happiest time of her life when she was a couch? You're. Yes. I do. I would say probably. There's a page in her gouge avow that I guess was filled out when she first entered the school typed on an old manual typewriter. It was her name. Childhood address her age, which is seventeen. Seventeen. I stared at that number for a long while like, okay when this was written down that number was accurate. She was seventeen at honestly like I never pictured her at seventeen before this. Kid, pretty skin Daphne treatment apparently worked like a charm. Looking forward to so many things. I knew her her last twenty years for the first twenty. It's comforting to think that she got those two that was.

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"honor society" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Insurance with signs, and there's balloons and you follow to the back parking lot there, and you could donate the pasta and sauce. They have a big drop off location. You don't have to come in. If you don't have time if you had to come in you come watch the show because we're going to be here. Tim's going to be here until ten o'clock tonight now so KFI's big event gets bigger. And better every year. We want to thank everybody that's been a part of this. Pastathon dot com is the website to find out more about how to bid or how to drop off of the pasta sauce right now, Jane Welch, he's helping us out as got a little group of students. Yeah. This is the second year in a row, and they're gonna make it an annual thing from the Alameda intermediate Honor Society, and with me as their adviser, Dan Westlake, and how many kids what you do this year compared to last year. Oh, goodness. We got all of our nj chess and our ESPN involved and all eight hundred and some of our students involved, and we beat last year's record. Last year's record. And what did you bring in? We had last year we had eight hundred over eight hundred and some and this year. How many did we bring in brianna? Nine hundred fifty three items. Wow. And pasta and tomato sauce and how so how many pounds is all they said thirteen hundred when we pulled out goodness brianna Creech. Oh, you are the president of the Honor Society. So why do you guys you're thirteen years old you guys, by the way? Look like your kids are getting they look like eight ten every every one of them is almost as tall as you. Well, I'm taller than the adviser. Why do you guys do this? We wanted to give back to our local community and with this pastathon. We knew that one hundred percent of our profits would go back to them. How many students do you think took part in getting this altogether today? Probably all of as being olive nj chess. Around sixty people. Oh my gosh. All right, guys. Just brought the stuff you're just now. And just unloaded it. Yes. It's a whole school effort the whole school gets behind it. And like I said we're hoping to do it every year and beat our record every year. Congratulations. West Lake and the kids at Alameda intermediate school Honor Society. Sweat.

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"honor society" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"She lost laureate, twelve state took her away, and so she went and got healed. You know, she had a life of touting guns and taking knives to mannequin. She lived the life that her mother taught her, and then she rejected that life. And now she is trying to be healed by being therapist and embracing love. And it seems to be a characterization that the film doesn't have a lot of love for. We are to think that she is very naive and deserves the wrath of Michael Myers because she hasn't protected her family from what is known threat. I don't know why the granddaughter Alison is so in wanting to connect with lorry. That was the kind of strange thing to me was. Why does she feel like she wants her there? She's going to an Honor Society of that night and she wants to make sure grandmother is invited even though her mother is clearly kept grandmother away, and Laurie is a bit of an agoraphobia. I think there's some truth to the fact that she probably doesn't leave her complex that often for awards dinners. But what is it about the youngest generation that wants to disobey her mother and go back to grandmother? Doesn't every generation want to disobey their mother at that age? Yeah, but I guess for me it's weird because I didn't have strong connection to my grandparents and my parents live remotely from them. So if I didn't see my grandparents, I didn't think about them. I was wondering if there was something in her character that made her more like Lori than Karen. I don't think we get that from the film. I think what makes her more like Lori than Karen if she's going to live lorries day of October, thirtieth and thirty first. Now in twenty eighteen. She's going to go to class and hear a lecture about fate, just. Laurie strode did and look out the window and see a creepy person standing there stalking them only this time. It's Laurie instead of Michael. And you know what, if my mom gave me nothing but shit and lies, and my grandmother was giving me three thousand dollars to go on a cruise. I paying out with grandma at more true at already. Did you pick up that she was sitting in the exact same seat? Is Jamie Lee? Curtis when she saw Michael Myers through the window all his years before? Exactly the same classroom? Exactly the same seat in the exact same shop. Save subject matter. We've had problems with that. I mean, this can go too far. We are all in the record. I think with Star Trek into darkness as saying when you ride that too heavy becomes the taste like an injury. That isn't funny here. I think it's the point of the movie. The reason why I actually really like it is because to think that the victim has become in some ways..

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"honor society" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"The I k, I wanna see something really interesting please. So I went through twelve grades four years of college and endless reading assignments. And I think it's very important for everyone to know that I got by and I only did I swear on my life. I read one of those books and one of those readings which which book I only read was a curious incident of the dog in the middle of the night because like I don't know the picture of a dog on it, and I just felt like reading it. Oh, and that was the summer. I went to Seneca and like all my friends in my bunk, went to my school teams like they were reading it. So I was like, okay, I'll read it to, but that was the only time in college reading assignment. I never did one reading assignment even for the midterm. I never read and. Guess I wasn't like a straight Honor Society student, but I made it out alive and I'm fine. And you're more than buying your procedures morning show. Right. So I think it's important to know for anyone who's like watching this in the library, like stopped me in the reading, like someone were to summary of it. Online reading is useless. I'm done with reading. I never really started, but I'm done. I think it's so interesting. I've never ever ever read a book that I was signed in school like hamlet, like I know what it's about. He wanted to fuck his mom, but I never read it Romeo and Juliet. Never read, but like I know much the epaulettes you know what I mean? Yeah. Isn't that crazy? That is really, I've never read it important piece of literature because I just didn't want to in school, but I know all about it. Summer night stream hamlet, the Iliad and odyssey of, I don't know. I didn't have the readings probably because that's really all during heard. No, because I'm a slow fucking actually fast reader from reading gossip girl. I'll read it in twenty minutes. If I'm reading the Iliad and odyssey, like I can't even get through paragraph, what is that?.

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"honor society" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on KTRH

"Forty KTAR seven twenty four time I, gave, a, winner the day Award today the postal little leaguers who are going. To go onto the Little League World series yes. They are representing the south, west region here's a loser, the day award I think that kind of dovetails nicely in our last conversation about. What constitutes hate speech and what What is, why in this case. I think. That the reason at least some people uses an excuse, for people like Louis Farrakhan the is you can't you, can't. Really. It's okay to heat on white people or it's okay to to to if you believe in. Something. Like white privilege it's okay to be, you can't you can't be prejudiced. Against somebody like that because they they have white privilege and they have all the advantages. Right okay In this case evidently this young woman is bought into the idea. Of white privilege and she's white herself really, well she tried to. Use it. To get out of a drunk driving situation she's in, South Carolina by the way her partner she's thirty two. Years. Old You would like to think that she's old enough to know better right is not an eighteen year old she's she got stopped she'd had too much wine to drink it or birthday celebration, and she had marijuana in the, car loops so. The police. Say we're sorry but you just blew? A point one eight and we're gonna have to take you in which case she started making some. Statements to the police about why she shouldn't be going to jail including. That she's quoted very clean thoroughbred white, girl oh. Goodness is that a thorough She comes. From a good start Okay What stood was responsible for? You That's what I wanna know she also told the. Cops that she. Was a cheerleader I was. Cheerleader. I was in a sorority okay She basically also said people like. Me don't belong in jail because those. Those other undesirable people are. The ones that are in jail you should be taking. Me there she. Also says she got good. Grades And this is to get out of a drunk driving. Didn't think I didn't think they. Checked your GPA before they charge you Good grades was a, member of the national Honor Society in graduate from a high accredited university Didn't do much. Good no so for those who believe the. White privilege exists it didn't. Work out for her I can tell you that seven twenty six you're a.

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"honor society" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

Jesse, Jordan, GO!

02:56 min | 3 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on Jesse, Jordan, GO!

"So I just grabbed the first bottle opened it, poured it into eliminate for myself and drank lemonade and vodka for the whole movie by myself with the large group of friends over who didn't drink and the movie ends, and we're all talking in my friends are like, you are so drunk. How did this happen? Because it was just a party with like nice kids who didn't drink. So they like took me and I burst into tears immediately. It was like I didn't make the national Honor Society. So I'm gonna drink now and bed kid. Yeah, and I drink vodka and Tang. Oh, did it out the cannon house around the key. You know the can that Tang. The Costco-sized. We like poured the vodka and mix it up and just passed around like some fucking scumbags just like, oh, I had a lot of, yeah, I had actually, my friend is in town tonight and she was she was supposed to come in and listen to this, and you know, would have shared a bears stories about me. But as I've said, I can various myself on my own. But yeah, she was the first person that I got drunk with an. I think she, she got me drunk for the first time, and I think second and third and she was like like, she's really smart and trustworthy to my parents always really trusted her, but they didn't know how often we got. Really? Yeah. And I remember there's a lot of like fruit punch and such, and and I do remember like a lot of malt liquor in college. Probably the most disgusting thing was I remember my college boyfriend being like, we need to move beyond, you know, Mike's lemonade and those things need to be sophisticated and and he was he was totally like a like would carried a briefcase to school, not not like a Republican, but, but you know, like we were, we were the kind who would like, you know, make out to Paul Simon song. We we were talking. I remember and he was like, he was like, I think I know something that would be good for you, and he gave me Jameson and cranberry juice. Okay. Those typically go, but they tell her, but I thought it was really good because it just tasted like like a like a cranberry juice slightly different undertones. And then after we broke up, I tried to order it at a bar and the bartender, you know, like who is this missing and creator? Who is this? Who is this? Like? You know, like like the east village, hipster bartender. You know, with his beard and everything was like, excuse me, I think personally insulted, right? So yeah. So actually, let's grab our. I can down here. Let's grab this. This is this is the Henry's hard, sparkling, water. Let's see. So let's see. So eighty eight calories with this. No sugar. So I think what this is trying to do is this is trying to be like the this is trying to be the like spiked LaCroix. This is I think, capitalizing off the sparkling water trend and Ford for trunks prefer people who have a nice LaCroix in wonder why it's not getting them fucked up. Okay. I have a lot of friends who like recently become sober..

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"honor society" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Good morning usa yoyo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo yo angelini she's outta town charlemagne the gap the planet is friday today is four twenty four twenty everybody waking and baking those who waking bake every day this is just another day right for other people this is where they like to sometimes step outside the box of smoke a little on his special holidays is actually a great day for four twenty because it's a friday that is a really really indulge you probably eat the edible you didn't want to eat 'cause you know edibles affect people in different ways to eat edibles because i don't know how high i'm gonna get with his friday you ain't got nothing else to do after work god damn edible mail why not and also want to salute everyone out there who lives in the city where april twentieth weather actually feels like april twentieth weather because everywhere i go to whether sucks all right l a was kinda chilly yes in new york is still freehold don't make no goddamn man that's gonna be brick for the next week to his co i i don't see the sun coming out i don't see anyone you know the temperature of the new york new jersey dead ass that the temperature when somebody has to say dead ass as it is freezing out now shout to my daughter last night she was in her school if you have a or more in six semesters you are in the national it depends on what what language you take him whether it's french weather's latin whether spanish so she's in the national spanish society honor society so she made that yesterday so yesterday she got her diploma and congratulations to drop a bomb for give a round of applause i want to drop a bomb for sheeting because y'all really spanish on the low but you don't claim your spanish heritage for whatever you claim to be a light skinned black person when you really afro latino body knows you dominican mall not kidding cuban bro yup no i'm not spanish at all my momma black my daddy black this it it's worked for you all these years.

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16-year-old arrested in murder of Bradley University student from Chicago

The Steve Dahl Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

16-year-old arrested in murder of Bradley University student from Chicago

"Shot and wounded a young man who was holding a woman at gunpoint during an apparent break in police responding wednesday evening to an apartment in the city's west town neighborhood found the year old woman being held officers approached the man and one of the officers fired wounding the nineteen year old in the lower body he was taken to a hospital in stable condition police say that a shot from the man's gun wounded the woman in the arm she's in good condition in the hospital the shooting now under investigation firefighters battled a massive blaze at a historic home in west suburban hinz dale yesterday afternoon emergency crews responded to the scene of the three hundred block of east sixth street the home built in eighteen ninety nine the homes owners out of town the cause of the fire is ongoing it caused the fire is now under investigation a sixteen year old boy has been arrested in the double murder of a bradley university freshman from chicago and a man killed early sunday in an off campus shooting npr more on that story from our kathy volmer eighteen year old nausea murray and the male victim were shot and killed at an off campus party and a woman suffered nonlifethreatening injuries the teen suspect was arrested wednesday night murray's devastated family thought she'd be safer away from chicago southside her cousin april hill telling abc seven thing to her mother and her biggest concern about how children you know she thinks about oh chicago's message does not safe as as going to college great things to have this communist stop us in the face like that this surreal murray graduated from king college prep high school where she was a member of the band and national honor society she was studying biomedical science at bradley and wanted to be a doctor kathy volmer wls am eight ninety news the mastercard foundation says it will stop supporting programs with michigan state university as the school deals with fallout from a former sports doctor convicted of molesting athletes one forty five million dollar program funds the education of students from sub saharan africa another thirty.

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"honor society" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"honor society" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"And so they had all their dreams a bigger their dreams have bigger disappointments the when they finish their homework they get bad grades other kids are getting into the honor society they're not girls are going out with the winners not the losers they think that they're a loser so they begin to be treated they begin to withdraw and then they withdraw into social media and particularly for boys into video games video games are extremely healthy until they get to the addictive level which is about thirteen hours or more and thirteen hours is the average amount is the average amount of time that boy spend with video games per week and and that becomes on the addictive level and then the boy gets a little older the girls don't wanna go out with losers so he turns to porn and the porn degrades the brain stimulates dopamine for risky behavior the girls feel that he does get together the real life girls and he gets together with feel like they're treated like objects they withdraw from him which convinces him that the video game he has to go back to porn and has few friends with social media and video game addiction and and you see the story the boy crisis written by two great authors one hair now dr warren farrell the other one is dr john gray author of men are from mars women women from venus and all i can say to us doctor it's been a fabulous interview thanks for coming on the show and i think we're warning the american people realize that unless we change public and private policies in dr warren farrell thanks again for coming on the bill cunningham show and you're a great american thank you thank you and we need to clone you know cutting i'm not sure people would like that people need it god bless you and god bless america thank you thank you let's continue billy cunningham the great american live with you every sunday night this jack from banyan hill you like freedom i do you like money i do too if you like freedom and money then you're going to love freedom checks you see over the next few months an estimated.

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