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"hundreds kids" Discussed on WTOP
"As he protested the board this was a dad standing up for his daughter governor Glenn Youngkin can speaking on Fox News Sunday and just to remind everyone his daughter had been sexually assaulted in the of a school the student who sexually assaulted her was then moved to a new high school where he sexually assaulted other student the boy was convicted for both attacks the superintendent at the time Scott Ziegler was fired following a grand jury report that said the school system failed at every New this evening is a statement from Loudoun County's Commonwealth's attorney Buddha Bivaraj who is harshly goal of young can pardon grant saying it was an unprecedented and inappropriate intervention into an active legal it's case ten oh six police in Anne Arundel County are investigating two car jackings back back in a one block radius they reportedly both happen on Laurel Fort Meade Road that's route 197 wonders on Wednesday afternoon the second early on Friday morning a weapon was used in both attacks the victim Friday's attack got shot at in a hotel parking lot but was uninjured a police spokesperson says the cases could be related and there are some similarities in the suspect description in both cases more than a hundred kids spent yesterday at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in the district hoping to grab a job more from WTO P Cheyenne Corinne multiple DC agencies came together to host Saturday's youth job fair aimed to keep kids out of trouble and off the streets Britney Silver at EC's Workforce Investment Council spoke to our partners at 7 News what we know is that employment opportunities help one of the organizers was the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services their office is
"hundreds kids" Discussed on Red, Blue, and Brady
"Ideology, because it's about beliefs, traditional because it's really been the dominant set of gender norms in the post World War II era. It's really continued. Although I have evidence that it is changing in some respects in the last decade or so. One of the aggression, you know, one of the gender norms from masculinity is aggression, toughness, dominance, aggression, all of that kind of stuff. So let me talk to you a little bit about how masculinity is developed in boys. Most boys in the United States and this varies somewhat according to other intersections with a person's identity like race, social class, religion, ability status, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. But the themes kind of are cross cutting. So most boys in the United States still as boys, somewhere between the ages of four and 6 are made to feel that conformity to masculine norms is obligatory. They get the message that, if you step too far in line, you will receive punishment and it may be severe. And the way it's defined for boys, it was that way when I was a boy, but it's still that way, which is that you should not walk, talk, throw, or act like a girl. So masculinity, right off his defined as the opposite of femininity. And so voice study girls very carefully and they do the exact opposite of what the girls do. And this creates all kinds of problems because what happens is that any child of any sex is going to have a variety of personality traits. And that child will be unique from another child. And you can give like any personality test, like the big 5 personality test, to a hundred kids, and you'll find lots of variation. This boy will be more extroverted. This boy will be more neurotic, this boy will, you know, it just goes on and on.
"hundreds kids" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Hill on the democratic side. We believe this week. is really the deadline week for us to get the agreement. The basic agreement Done that has been going on for literally months We have so many important issues at stake. Here i i agree with joe mansions Observation we're close to the finish line. the president is engaged. Completely in this. I think we can get it done this week. A hand or do you think you will with the handicap right. Now i'm gonna put can because we're dealing with individuals who need to be Sitting down with others and reaching agreement sitting down with others in reaching agreement we think we can get it done. They're not dealing with the border. And this is the fundamental problem that as we head into the next year and one of the reasons they want to rush. This through is because there isn't election next week in virginia. So they wanna deal this week because they think of the last minute. It could possibly help terry. Mcauliffe is going to be very close election. I mean you're listening. You're really. I would be i at this point. I've been saying it's because to lose it. I'm i'm beginning to think he could lose it but not only could he lose it. He could lose it in such a way. That precludes him at all from having any future credibility within the democratic party and then the democrats themselves that they got they got issues to deal with. He terry mcauliffe if he loses will begin to shape the narrative for democrats headed into twenty twenty two and they know it and so they wanna try to do a deal with revising the social safety net of the country in the name of infrastructure at least try to inspire progressives to go vote for mcauliffe to mitigate any sort of damage that happens that it's not gonna work. It's not gonna work. Y'all voter trying to be locked in the undecideds in virginia or about three or four percent mcauliffe's. Oh desperate he actually. This is one of the that he told a thousand one hundred. Kids were hospitalized with cova. According to terry mcauliffe in virginia he said a thousand one hundred kids were hospitalized with cove. He's going after glenn yung-chen for being opposed to masks in elementary school kids and he's trying to tell parents that glenn young is gonna get.
"hundreds kids" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Have died in the last flu season which only lasts months. Two hundred kids died. This is now the new talking point out there. Anti pfau chief himself said this yesterday so even though relatively speaking compared to an adult they do not get as seriously ill. We have lost more children from saws. Covy to then we ever lose for influenza and we vaccinate children against influenza. That's not actually true. That's not actually true i. I've tried to find this data and the data is not true. Kids are now with the delta. Very getting more sick but the research is there yet. this is from. Abc news Health experts at the research on the impact of delta. Is it solid yet it's possible. The delta varian is so widely transmissible that children are facing repeated exposure. It's also possible that people have grown more careless. Dr edward barons chief of the division of rheumatology at children's hospital of philadelphia says a big issue is the people wrongly. Assume kids were never at risk in the first place. Children are at risk but they tend to actually do better against covert the atlantic or a new york magazine. Actually rather ran a piece on this. The headline the kids are alright. Why now is the time to rethink and safety protocols. The kids are safe. They always have been. It may sound strange given a year..
"hundreds kids" Discussed on Take 2
"How do they come to to get us out in a school so if you have lower than a couple of everyone percent or a smaller school thirty students then they test every directed by the legislature and it's threshold. You just walk in yet quick test. Everybody if you're positive you're out if you're negative you hang out at school like an that. There's a school sought out there. That if you're a symptomatic in your young and young people tend to be a symptomatic that developing those antibodies. because you've been exposed to that virus protects you in the long run and unless you know you're positive and you give it to your buddy and he's not a symptomatic and he has a severe reaction has a lung problem well for those that have co morbidity is or to their parents whom abilities can't that is not true that it's an absolute really. I can tell you tell you. Friend of ours has a fifteen year old child who has recently at home. I know you well enough to know the statistics and you know what komo abilities meantime reaction. Kobe versus those. That don't have it is are significant. Of course there are. There's always exceptions to the rules. There statistic certainties that you can draw from the data you can see. Everybody has a story. But i'm talking about where you're seeing this day impacts really firmly over seventy five years of age. You're in trouble if your if your body mass index is forty percents more. But i'm just saying. But i'm just saying there are categories of vulnerable people and you're not finding them in the in the population. There's like the notre five hundred kids over six hundred thousand deaths four to five hundred children. Not we love four or five hundred kids but out of over six hundred thousand people that have died hit and ignore that only four to five hundred children. Kids are generally getting draw. Some conclusions from this kids are getting sick and staying home. Yeah so anyhow test to stay. I swear react worst than the mon than they do. Covert but whatever probably depends on the kid. I mean i've had flew down out or you just like call for a couple of days or everyone gets it different in my super spreader college he gave it to me. She was fine okay and she gave it to me and last february so different and then sometimes you hear these young people who get sick and die quickly and then i look at my family. I think my husband kind of was just tired of moping around. He says his but hurt. Really bad thing muscles might like bussey until your husband's so happy that you've just expressed his symptoms but the weird thing is is like it's supposed to be a lung disease for me. I had like the headache from hell for days. Like a really bad migraine and my legs hurt. My butt was just fine. No look i was good. That was fifteen. I mean he was kind of tired but still ate like a fifteen year. Old dino's everyone gets it differently. So that's the thing. Hopefully most kids are going to be fine. I guess the good news is with..
"hundreds kids" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Do people recover. I hang. Let's be optimistic But the to be honest dealers. No hawk especially for myself I spent all my life to help people. But you know when i kim out for afghanistan can with a bunch of accumulative terro mom my children my health so i was very pity. I could not talk anything about an imaging about this situation. Dr judy from columbia university a lot. At least i recovered. And i should talk and should be speak. Man of my country saw in my believe idea is no hope for the future. Halibot do not change We already know what they're doing. Unfortunately three hundred kid become more empower compared to to pass and did talking from a power of autorization at the moment and whatever the one big decide that deal is no hope even jazz. The front of media. Okay we will give the woman right at the human rights and other civil rights. But i'm not optimistic for that one of the examples there my my Child so he could not just a basic music is torment and you know. I became aggressive on him. He wanted to play on tuesday which taliban was in the country. And i put it in a safe place how we can trust them. That did the music is something. Give people calm and relaxed so we cannot listen to music or are the woman cannot go out toward so at the moment we the women are at home. They are not going to their war. They are not going to university. What is the reason. There is no excuse for them to keep them at home so they allowed the man to go to work and they already announce everyone can come to their work and resumed their job. But why do not call for women. This is one of the issue and did not respect the human right so we have a big independent commission of human rights. No one is working for that. I am the same time the media and democracy is all these things are collapse at the moment. this is we will get the right and we will support this. But based on their eslami Empire all our own legal but what we want to thank you so much. Dr weiss saudia Of course we'll continue to follow what happens. Dr idea a medical doctor just evacuated from kabul with four children and his wife founder of the nonprofit to bich- which helps marginalized communities coniston as well as youth soldiers recovering from the psychological trauma of war next up. The supreme court has allowed a near total.
"hundreds kids" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"The announcement comes despite governor brian. Kim's rolling back such measures in an executive order the universal mask-wearing protocol. We'll start as the new school year begins on august. Fifth factors that the district considered include the rise of the delta airlines variant and the children younger than twelve who were not yet eligible for cova nineteen vaccines why this is a trend nationwide More and more school districts and you know the american academy pediatrics out and saying the same thing I don't think it's wise. I don't think it's wise to do that when you tell people that you got to give the vaccine. And then you've gotta store your mass. That's a problem but then when you tell kids. They've got to wear masks at school. I think that's probably now. Yes we went through last year wearing masks at school but We know that kids if they get coverted are still more likely than not going to be fine. Even with the delta variant The number of children who have died of covert since it it spread across the western world is less than a thousand we're talking millions and millions of people infected in only a few hundred kids even in this country that the numbers is incredibly small. The number of kids who have died of ovid and yet you're gonna tell them they've gotta wear masks in school. I don't think that's a good thing. I really don't And look i'm pro mask. I been in africa to mass. And i know many of you are at odds with me on that because you don't think that the mass work and i think it depends on how you talk about him How you you deal with it and infected person wearing a mask actually can keep other people from getting the vaccine particularly those other people also word maths. It does you no good. If you're uninfected and infected persons is not wearing a mask but you are. But i just don't see why we need our kids to be doing this and i. I suspect oddest goodness. I suspect we are rapidly. Going to get to the point where the education establishment in this country starts clamoring for kids to go back remote. What's that gonna do the to the economy..
"hundreds kids" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"Hey we need. We need to raise a leader in india. Another transplant maybe familiar with Exponentially you know. The story of larry wadham iron them having vision for we've got Like nineteen parking space secondary exact number nineteen parking spaces in their church building. So they're saying we can either worked churches. We need to go to build a bigger building with more parking spaces or we can be what they say not a lake church but a river church and say hey we can only grow to this much so we got to be able to send out people and start new churches and that's kind of what's forcing them to do it but it came out of that mentality if we wanna be a river church and not a lake church But some some ways it was a limited of just even parking spaces that help them get to thinking that way so The love the thinking of it multiplying gatherings. Here's the question. What's the appropriate Are approximate square footage for one hundred kids or hundred adults and kids like our overall square footage. Do you have any any i know. I've seen the numbers. I can't remember them but like square footage for like people to space to gathering space. I do not know. I do know be. Were certainly probably not up to fire code. But no one ever came into that I have no idea it was tight for us. It was fine. Our lobby area was very big but we also the parking lot was for us. Not knowing in office park. was there on sunday. We had the whole parking lots. We used like a tent and stuff. I don't i. I have no idea. What the ideal number would be unfortunately. Yeah i'm i've seen the numbers before. I can't remember them so Sorry we can't to that today. I would say join practical church planting on facebook and ask that question their facebook group or you can email planting at church planting dot net and i can look up the answer So because i know..
"hundreds kids" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience
"Like i had a big dream. Of course it was fucking difficult. Yeah i did that. Go through this great idea that for three years so i will more time for the people in the back there here. How long it that for three years three years get it will be the crazy so i i did. The internship lasted for about six months. And then they came to me. And they're like hey. Do you wanna do this full-time housing. Oh yeah this is okay. Great like i don't have to work at the call center. You cool and i was thinking like a way to get offered at least as much as i get paid at the cost. But it's a charge. They'll like look at so. I literally got offered twenty seven thousand dollars to come work time at this church as a personal assistant and i did it and i did it for like i said three years in A year and a half ago. I got a phone call from boss and he randomly out of nowhere was like hey. Do you want to be our next youth pastor. Which is what i went to school for. It's literally what i was going to school for. Got kicked out of school studying to become you know this guy that could just spend his his time dealing with teenagers in helping kids And now we're actually one of the largest is here in chicago. I have four hundred kids. That i'm responsible for and i was able to see it because i wasn't afraid to go of aidan still watching man. Don't be afraid. don't be afraid out each really proud of you. I admire you jerry. Thank you so much It goes into my my question though. 'cause i mean you when i watch these. I was watching yesterday. I got i got my tm. In my little christmas lights. go on. But when i'm watching you. I hear the the same like questions in and i know that you just get it out there and But i'm one of those people as you can see with the story. I love my nine to five. You know so. I wanna get better at that in so i told her i have four hundred kids alone. Teenagers alone that.
"hundreds kids" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod
"Gambling. That's giving me a lotta money are we. Yes so then reason vs. You'll find that there are. There are great moments in your life where you realize that whatever you done than you thought you brought up a only brought up his tentative child not get what you can sort of question what you tell them to do and in the end i you know i went to cambridge. My son settled into catchy started. I finally on the third third year. I went and took him out to lunch. Look look recent. What i said. Look you working too hard. You really have to spend more. Because he was working so hard what he was there they were starting at seven in the morning and finishing at nine. Not oh do netted bottles of architecture stuff. I said you to do that during your cambridge investigate you have to. You have to now do nothing and lie around or morning to take that second bottle of wine for lunch. If you won't make enough friends to help your the terrible tree house going to build itself you know. That was me myself. And he's turned out he was quite a few hundred kid but a alabama. I say he's in jail now. The person who said to me is houston because he was a is quite a corner is quite different. Kate was was he. He's actually jeremy but but the point is not. My son saw this real. Uh sort of sit.
"hundreds kids" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast
"Pandemic. Of course we will see between sixty and one hundred kids a day. Sixty nine hundred kids day from three thirty to six thirty from four o'clock until seven five days a week. Many of these kids will walk to the library which i worked. We spent fifteen hours sometimes. Sixteen hours of us say. That's a lot of time every week to spin with one another and we did that for eight years. Some of these kids. I've watched go from elementary school to to college now. I i've seen them go from from high school to college graduation. I i've seen some just been on their life's journey and i i'm proud of them. I know for all your people you know. I'm gonna throw some numbers out. Therefore you ever talked about the sixty to one hundred kids. But but what a lotta people wanna hear is like well. What's your was the The highest graduation rate. Let me tell you never had anybody who has been in the program who has been in the academic center consistently for eight years. Since i've been there. And i will not say this may blow your mind but everyone has been there consistently. If you've been there you've been there. This isn't like a one time or two times. No people who they show up. They clock in just like i do. Y'all we've had one hundred percent graduation rate for years high school graduation rate one hundred percent when people talk about teens and when people talk about kids and in the youth and in this generation. I'm looking at my at my kids. Like oh we have one hundred percent graduating in ninety five percents go off to college or to the military or to a trade school but the majority go to college. These are the the kids who are the cream of the crop they graduate. They move on every year. It's tough of see them walk across the stage. Because i know when they walk across the stage our are changing. Our interactions are changing. And so this part of me. It's almost like a parental filling. This part of and like. I'm so proud of you and then there's another part of me is like probably not going to see you as much as what i saw you before. But the parental side of me says you know what that doesn't matter as much. Because i want you to cross that stage and going to.
"hundreds kids" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Well here's the reality of chicago. I'm just as we were talking. I just looked out of. Abc chicago headline eighteen hours ago. Chicago shootings hundred eight. Children's shot sixteen dead so far this year. Shall we say that's the reality of chicago and let's put that picture of lightfoot back up that's the reality and here's what light footage obsessed about rather than the hundred kids getting shot. Let's put that mayor. Lightfoot picture backup rather than one hundred kids getting shot chicago mayor richard to year midway point as mayor. Her spokeswoman says she's grinding one on one interviews only to black or brown journalist so meanwhile black and brown people are getting blown up. Shot killed kids and she saying. I'm not gonna talk to you. So i don't know you're right i mean would they re elect someone like this. It would be kinda sad if it did. But she sort of fits example that i talk about and that my experience in washington is those individuals and they were well known shouted racism racists all the time and They were anxious to paint everybody else. Like now dude. We just read something to said. That trump is You know horrible horrible racist you go on and on but my argument has always been the people i knew and washington to people who shouted the loudest in the most frequent Epitaph is against another person that you raise this racist racist. They themselves were the most racist so i would say that. Her charges I think she qualifies. It's not like we're making this up. But i think most people would Would say this is. This is racist. What do i think a few people have jumped the line and went over and started criticizing her. But you know how long can it go on. And that's why. I have to say well. In order to satisfy yourself on why once again create chaos disruption isra- you know we want disruption and you know they want economic and social injustice. The way cultural marxism works. Anta she may be a hero among the marxist. Yeah maybe we move onto to cruise or oh yeah. This is my nomination for dummy of the week. Let's put up this next picture. We saw this this morning ted cruz. Four months into it biden is crawling in bed with putin in russia. So here's ted cruz republican from texas. What a shame. What a disgrace. But basically what he's doing is he is adopting the russia gate the russia scenario that the democrats misuse and abuse for the entirety of trump's presidency. He's saying well it wasn't then it was you guys. You guys are in in bed with putin. You guys are in bed with russia. It's taking the same ridiculous conspiracy theory and repackaging it and throwing it at the democrats. It's just awful. Of course he said this was just the fact that they haven't fall trump's american first policy that would solve all the problems and i think well Well america first Isn't the worst term in the world. If you if you divide it properly maybe maybe an american. I mind our own business. You know and and work with people and trade with people and that might serve our interest. The most so he's arguing. We need more of this american first off but what he wants he wants. He says he's the champion of american. I but i think he's the champion of empire. I you know whatever fits the empire and then it gets into this whole argument about the pipelines. You know they they Biden closes down now. And then he urges another one Nord stream and and and he's right in in saying that but but the problem is is why are involved in all. Why why should we be deciding. Who who builds a pipeline from russia to germany You know as that to me would be Maybe a move toward peace because Your eastern europeans europeans be more dependent on russia..
"hundreds kids" Discussed on Risky Business with the Coverage Queens
"A seven to ten day does a seven to ten days. You know shotgun fire drill so our board This was great. We put a coalition together here in bloomfield and we went after our board and we said enough is enough. You're not going to continue to keep these kids at home and you're putting them back in school. Offer private schools around us. We lost four hundred kids. Was it to no two hundred kids. We've already lost private schools around us. We have you know. We have an affluent area that could afford bolt on track for another two hundred. Drop this like four million dollars next fall. That's unacceptable in our in. Our private schools have been in all year round. You tell me how they can make it happen. But we can't so we had an amazing coalition we had students parents upwards of a thousand people on the board call and they didn't have a choice so they're putting us back monday. Wow that's fantail. Wow five days now. I am a little concerned. These kids have adapted to this new life for a year. Now some kids haven't stepped into the school dylan has been in school four days a week for three hours. A day comes home eats his launch in does like i said is lovely band in ardent jim at home now. He's going to be doing it all in school again. The same exact schedule. So you're you're going from zero to five hundred real quick and they're going to be eating at lunch. Three three feet apart is what we've decided. So they're not even eating together so we'll see how it works out. I'm excited their game back. I actually liked the program. We have now where you get your core classes and you come home It seems to be a good a good mix for the kids but we need the two million dollars. So we're going back monday. Wow that's amazing. Yeah school or per school district. It gets the two million dollars. I think it's per district but it's yeah it's per district and You know we we were gonna try and go back april sixth. We get back easter spring. Break sorry for us. Ends sunday the force so monday the fifth we are going back full-time so we had a couple of weeks to prepare. Well that that got moved up real fast went to two million dollars. But that's that's fantastic. While we are teachers need teachers while that is incredible and more it you know the thing is is that this is happening all over the country but in all different like times end and some kids aren't going to go back to school this friday this year at all and it's so confusing is just think about these kids like i think about what they think. And how how is your son done. You know not seeing as friends as he is looking forward to seeing his friends more often he looking forward to going back to normal or does he like the schedules on like. What are his thoughts. Well dylan's very active. He plays full-time hockey and baseball. Both travel teams so. We've been hockey..
"hundreds kids" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Actually was sounds like sort of Where if talked about this sort of rainstorm. That not out. Then maybe you're maybe you go back to the policemen right. Guess i travelling on the road on a motorcycle. And at the time i left california only had one hundred seventeen dollars in my pocket. No credit cards just two hundred kid. Hundred seventeen bucks so obviously. That didn't go far. My brother and i had to stop several times to work in a restaurant or coffee shop. Or we worked in carnivals. We'd we'd see a carnival and we pull over and we you can always find a job. And this is the nineteen seventies. When there wasn't a lot of paperwork you know you didn't have to fill out papers to get a job you just said. Do you need help and you go to a drive down a city and you look for a restaurant. That's really packed and you park your motorcycle. You go in you ask for the manager you go. Hey we've worked in restaurants before you look like you're swamped you want us to bus tables. Yes put an apron on go bus tables of and they would give us twenty bucks and they'd feed us and it was enough to to sustain us for another two weeks basic almost in So but the actual thing that solidified for you. That acting was the course. She wanted to pursue what had happened. Is that that that experience in that acting class in california created a desire to do more and we ended up in daytona beach. Florida where our cousins live. A large family called the tafs and Great bunch of people love them dearly in and they let us in and and we slept on their floor for a month or two or whatever and then we got jobs and because it was cold in on a motorcycle then now it's you know late fall into winter so stay in florida work and we got jobs and i had a job at the poolside selling suntan lotion and things. So i had my nights free. So i went over to the daytona playhouse and i just walked in and i said i'm free at night. Do you need any help backstage or something. And this man who i later learned out was. The director of the current player was about mounting. It said have you ever acted before. And i said i got good..
"hundreds kids" Discussed on How'd It Happen Podcast
"Do we value our kids enough to actually make decisions in the best interest of our jets. Every american will say yes. We value our kids absolutely as a country we have said now. All of them and and That's going to be the answer and there's always going to be a segment of our population is not going to be who can become and not be contribute to society in the way they should in in those are two fundamental questions that should be easy to answer in. We answered them appropriately and mis. And because we've done that we've been able to change. The trajectory improves. life outcomes of our kids and therefore we can do it at any school in this country because what we're doing is not rocket science or so difficult that another school can do it. It's certainly not just a resource issue because there's probably no school in the state. Wisconsin net for policy. Reasons have more money coming out of their schools budget. We twelve hundred kids and we received two thousand dollars less per kid than the nps which which is underfunded in comparison to suburban kids. Two point five million dollars. We don't have. We don't have educate our kids. So the lesson here is that you in fact all kids authors in cans who come from poverty need more resources not less But most of all they need a collection of individuals who believe in them and are willing to do a little bit more to support those kids and and that's really the the lesson here in. Are there enough people out there out here. That the you'd think there should be right but are you. You're you're you're close to it. You know a That's a great question. Let me let me try to answer it in two different ways for certain there's enough people out of there..
"hundreds kids" Discussed on Kinky Katie's World
"Finger size. Oh yeah you'll be checking like scoop it out. That is a shrimp fork. Shrimp luge serb scoop. Denial how much easier that would make your experience. I mean you fell jinx cooper. Maybe she's like an orthodox fetching expert. I don't i don't know. I mean you don't wanna waste your seed scoop it out of every orifice. I just noticed that. The ribbons are are like curled on the sides to look like the guys. Curls sites are anyway working out of here. we're getting out of here for the night before. I die scream again. You never know compete. They were both startling experiences. Yes god sometimes. Startling experiences don't have to be covered by another startling experience. sometimes i get twitchy. Yeah no you do. i'm. I'm a very specific person. You are usually you fall down when something like that. How you you're the person who like. Well i'm pretty right here. Doesn't mean you couldn't figure out a way to fall. Alex cracked my head open on the bus. That would be ironic. Carry around six foot vase everywhere we go. Because i think it's cool because it's just a cool asian giant forefoot fucking vase who has giant forefoot as it's cool as shit people say why. What does that like. Why do you. Why do we have the ono. i like it. what are you talking about. I liked it too. And i was like fourteen. Okay it's you know. Everybody has a giant asian base that gold painted foo dogs and drag all hand. Painted enamel hours and it's like a big tattoo. It's pretty rad. Correctly is speaking tattoos. I'm so excited those right out of the eighties. That was a good one marley. Nineteen suggests people talk to the nineteen. Hundreds kids i just watched gleaming. The cube did you. I don't know what the fuck that is. It's a bike movie okay. Dirt bike out by was it. Yeah remember anyway pegs. That was after me. Yeah that was probably ninety s no bell eighties. It totally you sure. Do you know yes. You're very young on. You're not talking into typing at the end of this rich. No you're not fooling me into type. Anybody has a saying about the tattoo now. I had an appointment the third but it got bumped up to the twenty nine. So i'm all excited. I i really. I wasn't even. i was scared though. To be honest. I really was scared but then now i feel a lot better and i'm just i don't even care about the pain. Oh look it's a pretty easy spots. Get a tattoo. Really your outer forearm is. That's that's the spot really. I think yeah you know like less problems. It's it's not super sensitive. You get squishy. it's yeah it really is not that bad. But i mean as a as as i've said before it's weird because certain people seem to say like these places hurt the worst but to me. It's other places other places in the places they say. That are really really painful. Aren't that bad. i mean. Of course they heard because fucking all tattoos her but none of them were fun now. No for the longest time. When i was going i was severely pickled. I like i wanna get my post. The tattoo birthday posts the devil right there. I mean just right and so you. Yeah i could totally see you wanting that totally right. After i shaved my head pierce. I know join a cult. All sounds like you. Just what are you doing. I'm going tomorrow. Why i don't know because i feel the the have to now now now now so. Don't sweat it you'll be fine. Yeah i've got a tattoo by this person. I know it's fucking short. She she doesn't she doesn't like eighty she does find an and she's not very aggressive on things so she's really cute. She's really short. she's a little. She's got petite little spanish girl scouts sleeves anyway but gleaming q. Came out in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine so it's right on the fucking ads there. Okay i thought well whatever. I had forgotten. I thought it was like early eighties but he was still the eighties so i was. I was way too interested in trying to stick my dick into things and in that year harbourside. I could tell you my top. Three things i wanted to do. All involved me sticking my dick into somebody ten. Why wasn't ten. I know you're sixteen. Yeah something like yeah. Yeah definitely i could concentrate gleaming the cube now because you are already like a father fifteen but not here again. I just wanted to put my dick and do people i what. That's a lifelong goal. I can't help was. Oh i was born that way. What do you what if you had a deck. You know you would be sticking it into anybody who would let you. Oh yeah hundred percent. Oh yeah yeah. I feel that way now and it's the same for all of us. Dick were all the same. We just wanna stick sticker. Take into things. I own a bunch of dicks. But they're in boxes in on my dresser and say. Oh we've also gonna start planting the dildo farm slowly get it off of my fucking n. Table based basically. I want my fucking nightstand back. I want to not like l- literally trip over a fuck machine. If i try to pay in the middle of the night you could put it up here and shame in your glory of shame of your sex toy far out there and have the have the fucking ale one that you're like this dangling here it's always 'cause pink fuck machine if you don't if you don't know is like it's a decent size what it's a decent size a little machine and ramrods and it's one of those things that you think like this. Tear somebody up but anyway she has an attachment off. That's it's maybe eight inches long six at six to eight inches long because you had to put it on slide it on the metal part so it's longer than your normal Dildo but it's very it's thin so it's only maybe it's bigger than the size of my thumb just a little bit bigger with a little bulbs on it and anyway when it sits on the fuck machine it she usually has a condom on it and it's like it just flops down like over to the side because it cannot register at all can't support its own weight so it looks a little sad. It's.
"hundreds kids" Discussed on Other People's Shoes
"So i just thought i'd share that with you just more of more of a funny every sunday every single sunday and then you probably know this guy. Chris tomlin archerd for a long time saying the song. Good good father. Every single sunday. And i can't stand that song. No disrespect to chris. But i can't stand that song now so anyway it's not originally christie song so good i was gonna sound by. I don't know if you know. Chris or if you have a way to get in touch with them just tell him. I'm sorry that that. If i offended him i don't know if he ever hears this so but going back to this talking about christianity grown up in the church What what things do you think really helped shape your identity and and really who you are the man you are today. oh man. that's too broad. Can you be any more specific. I mean every again. I mean not to. I'm really not trying to obfuscate here. But like every moment of every day is shaping you somehow right well. Yeah i mean is there. Is there a moment in your life that you can pinpoint maybe that really kinda help shape and define who you are. Maybe a moment. Maybe we can narrow down any so broad like you like you. My mom was heavily involved in childcare. My mom's a director of a very large childcare center hundred and fifty to two hundred kids and she did that for twenty seven years twelve hours a day and so growing up with so many kids around me and seeing my mom care for other people's kids a lot of those kids were having their child care paid for by the state of texas so they came from all kinds of backgrounds. That were different from mine My town was overwhelmingly. My side of town was overwhelmingly white and My town was quite overtly racist at times. But i had the rare opportunity of being a white kid with with friends. Who weren't all like me and didn't all come from middle class backgrounds. Like i did.
Samuel Hardy On The Importance Of Faith In Education And Athletics
"We're here today with samuel hardy. The director of athletics camden catholic. High school gambling catholic. High school is a suburban college preparatory day and boarding school and educate young men and women spiritually academically socially and physically in a faith community to develop as lifelong learners and leaders in the global society in the catholic tradition. Sam welcome to the show. Eight may thanks for having me. You got us so. Let's start by talking about you a little bit. How did you get into education. Sure so ever. Since i was a young boy. I have always loved sports and growing up in a very strong catholic family. It was all sports. In god's we're thinking so all through school high school. I played every sport Captain of most of most every team. I play I've sat i. Was i was going to be professional athlete. Growing up growing up through high school. And then you get to college. I went to wilmington university and try to play basketball. And you quickly realize you're not going to the nba. You get out of your little your little bubble and you realize okay reality hip so you're like all right what is it. What do i love. I love sports. I don't abandon it. And i love my faith and i. I love helping people and and reading people. So where does that take me. So i immediately became interested in of the athletic director. I just love business and helping people in sports. And if i can somehow convince myself this is. This is helping people every day then. It's a win win win. So i ended up getting my degree in sports management and in the day and age were in you need. You need an advanced degree. So i ended up going to saint thomas university. I got my mba down. In miami florida in sports administration from there i ended up telling to st john's catholic croats neither assistant athletic director. That's in Maryland so it all happened to real quick and all the sudden. I'm i'm doing kind of what i wanted to do. And then I get the call to come back home to new jersey to take take the role of head director of athletics. Akunin catholic high school. Where i'm from so he's the full certain kind of thing. It'll happen very quick. And i'm just i'm loving what i'm doing right now and i'm so blessed to be a part of this whole this whole process can make catholic right now. It's it's wonderful. Sounds a little like a dream. Come true away and you know like i said i'm blessed and early without my state in each part of this. It doesn't connect so there's no no way around that around that part. Now what do you consider to be the most important part of your role at camden catholic. They so at camden catholic. We'd have around seven hundred kids there and over about twenty two athletic fourteen so a lot of these kids sports with freshmen. Jv and varsity team. These kids are playing sports. So they're all involved in. Athletics was part in one way or another so my is to mentor them to help them become the best the best people they can be And and that that comes from the top Father joe cappella. He's director and when he hired me he he knew i could do the job. He had the education new. I had the experience what he what he really imposed upon me bringing me on. He said sam. I wanna i wanna make these young men and women love the lord as much as they love. Their sport said father. I'm the man for the job. That was my life. Grownups and that is what i consider. My biggest role camden catholic. Now in dealing with all of that you're now having to deal with kofi nineteen. It's been a huge challenge for schools and athletics. What are some of the lessons you've learned from having to deal with the pandemic cogan. What's that right right. Yeah no man like you said you said it's it's unbelievable how this is just taking over and changed everything. We do actually back in march. When when we all had to quarantine. I started up a little a weekly rosary and a lot of athletes joined. And so we kind of stayed in touch through that Zooming zooming all the time. And now that we're back. It's it's like the old saying goes show. God you plan. If you wanna making last well we have plan and half of it gets cancelled. It's it's unbelievable. The amount of postponements cancellations. But let me tell you these kids. These teachers these administrators coaches. They're wonderful through this. They are just going with the flow. They are absolutely adjusting to this better than adult in. You know better than the average person out there so it's very encouraging
Show 41 "Two Funny Guys" Tim Jones/BobSaget - burst 2
"I'm happy now. Native st it'd be be apart really creativity at work right here man. I'm going home. My daughter's going to be some weird. We got this This to side to a baby mobile. That's voice activated. Somebody gave us a gift. Which means you put it in the crib at the baby cries or maxine sound burnt order gas trigger views. It this is kinda weird. He's like addition and she's three years old concert. Thanks thanks the funny thing is maybe one of these big one part of it. they're cool. it really happening revenue. You're looking at another room. If you're slicing dicing with your best dramatic. Play with you mr microlending. You're i don't know overdose attitude right now not just me people because now i so part of the art anywhere you want to be your dead here. Sprinkle one nine shirt and crack lows. Please you got a dollar decided griffin. I hundred kids audience walking around with the communistic room. All my best friend.
I Have Been Waiting Week's For This
"To the COKIE podcast cracking die bitcoin day I'm pretty heavy look as a couple of. I'm shouldn't say pretty well, I I can will mugger it. So me these levels it's being taken that pretty major. Writing on the wall. You know, Bitcoin's weekly candle. How many times you on? About that. I to say break ten, five, we have the level little reading wanted to save break was ten fight we have and the raise ten, five items because it's the high of the weekly candle now if you already on my youtube. Go, ahead, just try to call jump on that check it out a little bit because I'm going to do a video to go with this country. So you can actually see levels in say it is being such important. Level they I think. It'd be good to show to you in a visual sense raw the then then just a podcast is well, I'm doing an interview again. Yes I'm I'm going to be interesting to see of cracking Australia today I'm looking forward to it. I'm Donald for a wall saying what I'll I'll know. A really want to know why. So, many exchanges encrypt top companies at targeting Australia I want to get to the bottom of the reasoning full that and the goal share it with the obviously I'll share the these very much looking forward to that. That's going to be in about an hour. Tom Sorry if you've got any questions, I put him into the podcast comment section on pies and all. Old. Full end this one. So we're only now bitcoin. Well, we account at ten, thousand, six, hundred, seventy, five after yesterday having one of the most solid moves high on the clothes in quite some time we were up three point three percent we close at ten, six, seven, thousand, ten, thousand, six, hundred, seventy, five, closing up around the higher ratings of that can which is a very positive song are lucky with bitcoin. Now, the daily does have a slightly higher low it's not the most clean highlighted as much. It's definitely there it's very clear on the twelve al I little step out saw of rain Jim in quite some vice I step outside of the range full stop. On what would be absolutely wonderful the saints that I would be A. An exclamation mark. Bitcoin to push high bright yesterday's high. Let's see another three or four percent Guinness up around eleven thousand dollar mark. Now, why do I want this to the obvious? You know bitcoin highs better. Reason, that I want this more than anything else is so that it can just wash out some of that bearish sentiment anybody who's still considering. that we're GONNA move up can be taken out of the Y. At that stage. I believe we'll see positive. Attitude Bitcoin, there's that many negative out there but the more positive the mole hot we get in bitcoins process and ten thousand up. It's the level that I wanted to level that we got a lot to say bay that level concerned that level. It's been that level a couple of weeks I WANNA sit just say goodbye and we just go into Totta we're off to fifty K.. Mode. So. Yeah. Pretty pretty basically diet that I was sitting flat on the Diet to die. Of course, we've only just had the market reopen full this day we got a theory. On that weeklies, we'll hasn't broken those hawes yesterday we were up three percent closing at three, seventy, seven, five hour around about three seventy six right now slightly down. An Ex pay on the perpetual contract here or against tether whichever one you want to look at all use of perpetual. Futures and I use the spot. The for this particular pair of tell you right now. The way clay. Could wrought it's just a wonderfully set position. Much. Sign is big bitcoin taking control. Yes. BITCOINS donuts actually closing up what was number yesterday bitcoin dominance was up. Yet point six, four, point, nine audit speak to this. We've got some divergence that was down there at the bottom of spoke to this in my life trading flow skin. And Yeah interesting to see what happens he Knows embraced I. Because all of that in some of the videos that you can get on Youtube bitcoin cash right now you know it's not done much yesterday look it was opposite. It was up yesterday too. So I won't point six percent closing at two twenty, four spot on fog or to twenty-six flat right now faucets up on the day still very so I wasn't. BITCOIN cash no interest they really for May Simon Lot coin its down point four, three, eight, forty, eight, Dole's ninety one yesterday we pushed higher getting a high forty nine Dole. Sixty seven didn't crack that fifty amok was up two percent on the clothes yesterday moving from there on a BS v very little move up point four percent yesterday based they one of the better wake. Pays really it's it's looking pretty average pretty average in datum up looking for show. So I haven't got a short on go to anything on rotten now it's just a pretty average looking chop sitting there at one sixty three spots tonight pretty much flat on the died cod I was up one point six, six, percent closing at nine point six, six cents of told you I wanNA say above ten dollars will wow I wanna say about ten sides before I got interested in bed just yet bonds at a wall diocese today our full. So only point four percent closing at thirty point eight full. It's a downside went six percent right now sitting just on thirty dollars after very, very strong run-up brought secretive back at the moment ails continues to walk sideways horrible looking shot Diana out point to closing toodle seventy, three, hundred kids. It is a mess linked very much science sort of bite with resistance thirteen dollars twenty, six yesterday out point seven percent with close to twelve. Dollars and fourteen cents twelve dollars and ten cents a guy not much going on their
How To Have Difficult Conversations
"So. You're sitting in a movie theater. This is a little scenario, the people sitting behind you or yacking it up i. want you to answer this. Honestly, what would you really do say excuse me could you please stop? You would would. Before Anybody here would smolder and say nothing you say nothing I'd probably tough it out you tough it out. Yeah. Okay. Who would turn around and give a dirty look Boy Bold with silent. Okay, here's another question you want to invite friends over for dinner. They asked if they can bring their kids along. And you really want this to be adults only and they have your you laughing because you've done that. They're right there. How did tell this frontier? Stand up over their. Had to visit a New Year's Eve dinner party. and. had to tell this friend right here. Okay. That her three toddler boys could join us. Because that's exactly what I was going to say three toddler boys angels. But we're we're very dear friends. So we can say that she can say, oh no, no, no. I don't I don't think I have a babysitter the twelve hour should I bring my kids and put him in the basement or just not? But let me help you find a babysitter. Very good. I think she's bringing her three kids. Chicago she calls you and what do I do, and this is the first heard about. It's adult evening my husband will die if you bring your three kids. So it took you twenty four hours to get the courage. To tell him okay how many of you would cave in and say, of course, bring them along? Three toddler boys your New Year's Eve Party? Yeah. One more thing we were all spending a fortune because we're having lobsters that we'd had phone in and we had waiters there and everyone else had babysitters because there would have been hundred kids if everyone wanted one of their kids they're. Also just kind of started. Was this big a deal. I even really heard about it. Through the common out there like Oh my gosh. I still don't have or what am I going to do was more like a conversation. I have a lot of options still going I was just kinda throwing it out I never really envisioned bringing my kids there. And I never ever done that never. A pattern of this. Okay. Now. What these scenarios show us is how a lot of people you were just saying how a lot of people she would have. Let the children come. You're saying, took you twenty four hours to get up the courage to say don't bring your kids So she didn't know it was that big a deal. She didn't know that taking you twenty four hours to figure out how to say it. And you had a babysitter. Okay. So what we're talking about is how we attend to avoid confrontation, they can range from big things like saying I want a divorce. It might be tough. Anybody had to do that. Yes. Ma'am was that tough? Yes. It was a little hard to do how long did you think about how you were GonNa say it. Probably three months three months, three months. So those are those are tough issues with met that. So today we're GONNA learn how specifically to stop avoiding and how to have some of those difficult conversations because I know for a lot of you. It's like me you don't. You don't know the words to say you don't know how to even begin to say it this is. Jan Farris and she's a psychologist who works with women who have an illness I had this illness at one time I the disease to please it really is like a sickness. I don't think it's in our genes, but I think it's the way women have been raised in this country to be pleasers the major symptom it's often incredibly difficult even painful to say the word know. How many of you have that as an issue women? Really. Oh, really some of you too old to have this disease. It's still hard for me sometimes, but it's gotten a lot better. But we're GonNa talk about difficult conversations. I know for the past ten years. Jan. Farris has led countless workshops just like this on the goal to teach women to speak up for themselves especially when the conversation gets tough. Basically, a difficult conversation is any conversation that you don't want to have you feel anxious about having and that you really sort of avoided. But thirty two year old lorry that needs any conversation where she might have to say. No. What's really difficult for me is to say no. I don't have time to do that. I can't do that assertiveness tends to be more of a problem for women than men, and that's because of the way we're socialized brought up to be sweet to help learn to just to say, no suggests role playing. Can you made me said my son. Tamar. Can you watch my son tonight? No. Tonight. No when you asked me to watch your son. I feel stressed and I need time to myself. Great I was great. It was very good. Catherine Dang's problem is also typical. She can't express anger I have a problem of expressing how I feel. Just watch how difficult Catherine find her session. She plays a patient with an unhelpful doctor. Dr Me It's okay. What's the emotion I feel Angry. I feel. Angry and I want you to take me seriously. After several hours of hard work, Catherine and Laurie are starting to speak out and Jan says, they've learned the most important lesson about difficult conversations world fall apart if you're really honest with your feelings and you put a boundary up with your feeling.
Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America
"Hey everyone. This show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. This game is still working from home for the time being because of Kobe Ninety today, Clare, Babbit. No fonteneau joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is the CEO of feeding America. The nation's largest domestic hunger relief organization feeding America provides more than four billion meals to more than forty million people across the country Clare Thank you so much for joining us today. Welcome to skin from the couch what thank you so much for having me. We are. You've a fascinating stories. WE'RE GONNA get into it, but I gotta ask you what we ask all guests on the show skim, your resume for us. So I have a high school in my. To griped way Harrington graduate from high school. So everything I'm going to say a list of I. So I have an undergraduate degree I've that an limb in accession I'm a lawyer by training I worked in government in big for accounting in a major law firm or one that would be Walmart in northwest Arkansas and it's now Mike to be the CEO of feeding America as you just mentioned. something that we can't Google about you. that. Had My druthers by real fantasy would've been to sing background vocals for Luther Vandross. Do. You have a good voice. No. Not, really though my kids I think they seem like it but they not. So. We're GONNA talk about how you grew up and when we usually talk about people's professional story you know obviously, we're all shaped by how he grew up in our family dynamic and you know only children verses having siblings versus just different family structures, Daniela each have one sibling, and we talk a lot about that dynamic. You have more than one sibling and I would love for you. To to share a little bit worried about that. Boy Do I. Have More than one of laying. In fact unusually, ladies will use this to warm up audience what speech I'll ask them. To sue you have they never guessed one hundred and seven dams I. Say that one more time one, hundred and seven I thought it was a Typo as we were doing prep for this one, hundred seven. So your listeners will quickly say biology must not be the only thing involved fares. At birth adoption, Bostick theorem one of one hundred kids and I love that you early on asked that question because I do think it informs everything that matters about me was shaped by that fats. That is a lot of people and I cannot imagine saying that amount. If you bar blood in my family, let alone my siblings, I really want to understand. Like what that dynamic, wise and like your parents sound like extraordinary people that were able to give to so many individuals to really provide a home for so many children I mean literally just walk us through the very tactical how many people lived in the house like how many of your siblings names do you now? Okay I'm sure I, know all by siblings. Can and it's probably the reason that I remember he'll stories more than their names now because I used of all capacity. Sensitive, it's all that I've ever known. So my parents learned of two little kids neighboring town who were suffering for mcglasson abuse. My Dad was at work in bag. My mom was working from home and she got him in the Aren Ima. Ronald. So I'd never known anything this. It's through the ice of brands that I came to realize how bizarre was. So there were never more than sixteen Abbas several living at home at the same time but there were many times when there were six of us living at home at the same and what was something really unique about our family. Of course, the numbers are big but the other thing is that I love the way you talk about family because I. I've always had a sense of what it means to be family. That feel a little different than maybe some of the conventional thoughts around what it means to be family. So family for us in order mentally we were not biologically connected. So that's not what brother or sister in our household I had a lot more brothers and sisters I have a lot more. Than I have sisters. I was rough and tumble with my brothers and my sisters we engage the Lai in activities together. And often they were outside.
Interview With Mayor John Gates On Partial Reopening
"Com by really mayor John Gates Mayor Gates welcome back to the show. Good to be with you good morning to you. I certainly appreciate your taking the time and there's a lot going on. As Greeley of course, as other cities across the state, indeed across the nation, enjoying a return to some semblance of normalcy. Tell us what that looks like. Well you're right. There is some sense normalcy the fact that where we get the restaurants back open. At least to an extent, you know pretty pretty well, said all along that the two entities that have really suffered from the Kobe closures are restaurants and churches. And the church is still are suffering, unfortunately, due to the fifty person rule, but My wife and I've been out several times since we've been able to sit down and Dine I. Guess It's the small things you appreciate because that surely has been nice. It's kind of fascinating when you think about it because we were talking about this just last week, the fact that going out to a restaurant is like. Taking a world cruise or taking a trip to the moon. Again it is a return to the small things that makes such a difference in in our lives. If there's any good, take away from all this. Maybe that's that. Makes, you appreciate the small things never did. I think I would miss. so much being able to go, sit down, have a cup of coffee with somebody or better yet a meal and while we certainly a lot of carry out. It's not the same as going to sit in a restaurant and catching up on the day and getting warm food versus the. Wolf lukewarm food when the carry out outcome, so that's where they've been great and. I were phone boxes here. Exactly, the Styrofoam box and we're starting to get things open back up the city to the degree that we can which is good. There's a slow rollout occurring today with our fixed up transit buses We're opening municipal court backup today. we've got some Other departments opening drive through or by appointment only so slowly, but surely not quite yet on the cool. The REC centers part of the problem with the pool. and. Even the REC centers is that we've got that fifty person maximum. And we talked a great wink at our city council meeting last night about specifically centennial pool and the to dilemmas. We have one is that we saw that is that at the beginning of this laid off all her stuff seasonal swig. We can obviously get some of them back. To run the pool, but our parks and REC. Director colors that we get. During Summer Day especially these that have been so warm three to four hundred kids centennial pool every day, so if we can only it fifty. That's problematic so while I understand the reason for that in an area that says large as as much square footage of centennial pool. I hope the governor loosens that fairly soon to allow us to adapt at number to a more appropriate number which folks we might be having using them so. Now. We're looking forward to. If I'm not mistaken here under this amended safer at home order, a swimming pools again allowed to reopen. Once those draft guidelines are improved. Final draft of those guidelines will be available on Thursday. Is that what you're hearing is absolutely what I'm hearing. Yeah, so. we're. We're kind of sitting at the ready waiting for some of those. Things to happen I've been A number of local pastors have reached out to me and we feel for them from the standpoint that I spoke to a pastor yesterday. WHO said you know I have eight hundred people in my congregation and I can easily socially distance and keep everybody safe by allowing four hundred in, but the current rules only allow fifty, so they're looking at some things like outside and. And they're really getting the short end right now at a time when people may be more than ever need to services of their church and their pastor, so we're. We're getting there. probably not as quite as quickly as I'd like. We are starting to make some open or Kobe. Numbers really leveled out that we're really happy about that. And what about Jay BS? Swift the meat processing plant in Greeley. What are you hearing about that up? Not very much they're not, they're not yet at full capacity of I'm hearing they've not had any deaths and knock on wood in a couple of weeks. I don't know to what degree they have employs out sick, but. It was certainly tragic. Losing the workers they did and I hope everybody's. Certainly getting better and have not heard anything to the contrary. Now back to restaurants, and again we've talked about this to a great extent, because our return to daily life and living space to lot upon our confidence level, so I'm curious as you've been eating out at restaurants. Are you seen? folks coming to restaurants and being comfortable enjoying the opportunity to just get out and dine again. I I absolutely have The restaurants that that I've been to certainly the restaurants who are following the rules doing everything right there, socially distancing their staffs. Geared up with the appropriate PP HE I. Know People personally and I've seen some commentary from others that said. There's just no way we're ready to go out right now and that that's totally fine. It's the person ought to be able to make some personal choices in life, and for those that aren't comfortable going out that's certainly a decision that they or their families should make I my family is comfortable, going out while adhering to. safety guidelines, but they've not been packed. Of course. The law would know rats that the restaurants that I've been to have certainly had decent amount of people and The restaurant tours is really doing a great job complying with. What they've been asked to comply with so very pleased at this point. What about expansion not only patio dining. Using additional space around restaurants if it indeed is available that seems to be a point of some conversation and debate. It does end up. Council fully supports. A business whether they're downtown or another parts of Greeley the opportunity to expand their turning footprint. It's a what easier for them to do. Downtown because the city owns the real estate Some of the restaurants that aren't downtown are going to have to seek permission from whoever owns the property to expand out, but that doesn't fact gives them the opportunity. To seat more, we've been working closely with the downtown restaurant tours to expand their footprint which would involve alcohol service and be able to get more customers. Be Able to make Starts get back on our feet again financially. And there's. An ordinance pending that would allow the areas on the ninth street plazas to be open container areas. Temporary so. Something I think the council doesn't WANNA do year round Norwood, the restaurant tours in the middle of winter want people to be sitting outside, but it is perhaps not an opportunity for the period from about now until Labor.
Tennessee - Williamson County receiving 500 coronavirus test kits a day for first responders
"Said Williamson county's total cove in nineteen cases could be much higher but a lack of test kits has made it nearly impossible to tell now though Gravelle says five hundred kids every day you're being delivered to the county this first round of test kits that we've just received are being used for first responders those first responders about a quarantine in the event of possible exposure but Gravelle says the new kids have a rapid turnaround time meaning they can get back into the field much
Pence warns of deficit as demand for coronavirus testing kits rises
"Now ice president Mike pence stopped by three AM where they make protective masks as head of the corona virus task force he's charged with making test for the virus more readily available we don't have enough test today to me what we anticipate will be the demand pence does believe they have enough test for the present we additionally this week have distributed fifteen hundred kids with a roughly five hundred tests each how experts J. A. B. C. news
Interview with Anya Taylor-Joy from 'Emma'
"You were mentioning before about being eight years old and not doing one thing but your background is really interesting and unique. It's complicated right. Yeah you're like raised in Argentina. Born in Miami yes move to Argentina. Yes then go to London but before you got to London. You didn't speak any English. No so explain that. Let me in the states because my youngest to siblings isn't the ones closest to me. They were born in the states and they didn't want me to not have the passport because that would have been traveling with six kids one of them. Having a different passport was just like a nightmare so they didn't want to do that but pretty much instantly. After I was born I went over to Argentina where I spoke got these I know for the whole of my life and then we moved to England when the political situation got quite frightening and then I refuse to learn English because I wanted to go home and in my six seven year old fray. Now's like if I can't speak the same language as these people may be like. My parents are definitely going to take me home So that didn't work out and I was very lonely so I learnt so I know talking to you needed to make friends so I started I actually learned to speak English by reading the Harry Potter books. So now you're in London. Where does it come to you that you say you know which is also a Russian name by the way? Yeah so in this study. I do want to clarify so I in America people find it very hard to say my name. It's and yet. I'd say like aneurysm. I'm trying to find a nice. So it's on. Yeah yeah it's everybody at home. There will be a quiz. I've been so anxious about correcting people in eventually. I'm like that's not my name. I'm not going to respond to you unless I'm yeah prevent. Yes so it will be for me forever way. That's where it's going to be but what happens I head? Did you started acting? Did you start with modeling? What was the first thing you did? I can't ever remember performing being something that I became aware of. I was just always doing it and then got started watching genuinely and when I started watching like nine thousand nine hundred kids classics that had animals in them. I was like I wanna be the kid the rights the whale like. That's a job and I want that job. Like this is unbelievable Kirsten Dunst Jumanji. I just I wanted to be part of all of those adventures and then I got scouted for modeling which was never something I thought I could do but I did think it was an in to acting and then on a photo shoot. I recited some poetry to an actor. He put me in touch with his agent. And then the witch see. That's all you need to do. People is recites poetry. No I had I had read somewhere which is probably Apocryphal. And maybe it didn't happen but that you felt when you were discovered to be modeled you were being stalked by the why it was terrifying. I was wearing high heels I had a party the next day and I'd never worn heels before and so I was working moms high heels and I was walking with my dog and this car kept sort of edging around me and I would pick up my pace and the car would pick up pace so eventually I picked up my dog and I just liked it because I was terrified and this guy stuck his head out the window went. If you stop. You won't regret it. An idiot stopped. I have no idea like if anybody tell me that scenario. I'm like no if you keep running like that's what you do. Yeah but it was. It was the head of storm. Model Management Are Ducasse. And she was like a never stop again and be coming to see me at the agency tomorrow. 'cause 'cause we thank you have a future with never stuff again but be this is a good piece is good wounded. Yeah it's a good thing to say if anybody is being followed by a car. Please don't stop running because I'm definitely. I'm definitely the anomaly in this situation. Everybody else run run the way that was put. You won't regret regret that I didn't. So wow that takes me back to your m night. Challah movies where you could wind up captive by psycho not changed back. Well he isn't. He's a lovely man. So you do stopping and you get this job. Yeah it was. It was unbelievable and honestly going back to sort of my upbringing and the way that I still am. Transient you know. I'm pretty nomadic. But the first day that I stepped onto the set of the witch was the first day I ever really felt like I belonged anywhere like I just felt this feeling of I'm here. I'm where I'm supposed to be and the people around me. We're all speaking the same language and we're interested in the same stuff that I was into and I just I. I grew my first family there. And we're GonNa make a movie together again Starting in March and I just can't wait to go home. I heard about that. That's going to be no no. This is the north men over what's happening with Knows fraud is not. We have another movie to make. I I this vacation I keep seeing for us never going to happen. I don't know I'm yeah. I keep their random moments. I'm just like I need a break and then I'm just like I know you're doing everything you've ever wanted to do. Just get extra night's sleep and wake up and keep going. How old is your family? Relate to what you're doing. Are they all happy for you? They're all very all of my siblings. I have no idea what I do. They're just like okay. Did you have fun cool? And then just sort of quit but my parents are very very proud of me but they should be look at all. This is happening thanks. You know and you did a movie that I totally loved called thoroughbreds. Thank you well. It was really amazed you and Olivia Cook. She seemed more disturbed initially and then as we go along we see you not being afraid at all playing somebody who might have jobs some peculiar abilities but this is this is what I find very interesting between characters like lily and Emma because my way into the characters so different for each of them when I was playing lily I defended her every single day on set so members of the crew would come up to me and go lily such a bad person and I would react as if they told me that they hated my sister. Something I was just like. You can't speak about her that way. You have no idea what she's coming from she's going through a really hard time Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah and then the movie ended and it was almost like this veil was lifted from from my eyes. And I was like. I am praying psychopath for like a month and Oh that was tough. I couldn't keep any of her jewelry. I had to take it all off at the time I had to defend her and with Emma. We are both so I was so close to her. Initially but that didn't mean that there weren't days that I showed up on set and I was like I really don't like I'm I'm as behaving terribly. She's being brought. I don't WanNa do this. Don't WanNa be doing right now but it helped in the scene. I guess
American Civil Liberties Union, Director And New York discussed on News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff
"Advocates for migrant parents and children separated at the border say there's a horrible sense of deja vu in the continued disruption of families even after a court injunction the American civil liberties union says more than nine hundred kids were taken from their parents in the year after the judge ordered it be curtailed the director of the unaccompanied minors program for the archdiocese of New York's Catholic charities services says the government doesn't seem to care about the judge's
Inside the border's migrant detention center in Clint, Texas
"Although president trump was forced by the courts a year ago to end his administration's rations policy of separating migrant children from their parents at the U._S.. Mexico border recent reports from the border have described hundreds of children teens and toddlers being held in squalid conditions at a border patrol station in Clint Texas. Our guest today is New York Times immigration reporter Caitlyn Dickerson who's been reporting on the overcrowded and unsanitary conditions at these migrant detention facilities last year Dickerson was among the first to reveal that the trump administration had instituted attitude policy of separating families at the border. She recently reported for The New York Times T._v.. Show the weekly on a four month old boy who was taken from his father Caitlyn Dickerson joined the New York Times in twenty sixteen before that she it was an investigative reporter for N._P._R.. Where her work was honored with a peabody award and an Edward R Murrow award in today's Times Dickerson reported that officials from Ice Immigration and Customs Enforcement told her they planned to begin deportation tation raids this Sunday targeting I at least two thousand migrants who recently entered the country but didn't show up for court hearings well Caitlyn Dickerson welcome to fresh air? Let's start with the conditions in the border station at Clint Texas X.'s. How do we know what conditions were like? They're so we originally learned about the conditions in the border patrol station in Clint Texas from a group of lawyers who were given access to the facility not to do an inspection but to meet with children who were being housed there they got access under an ongoing federal lawsuit that sets the standards for how children can be held in immigration detention being interviewed about sixty kids and then this kid's described a lot of sub standard conditions beginning with the fact. They said they were malnourished. Every child that the lawyers interviewed said that they had gone hungry at at least some point during their stay there they were basically given three small meals a day. <hes> regardless of their age the youngest child the lawyer saw was five months old. The oldest was seventeen and then the children also said that the sanitation was very bad that many of them hadn't showered at all all since they crossed the border weeks earlier they were wearing the same clothing they weren't allowed to brush their teeth and not only that but there were infants who are being cared for by other children so the infants in the facility had either been separated raided from family members they'd cross the border with or they were there with their teenage mothers and the separated infants had to be taken care of by somebody so they were being taken care of by other children so we originally learned about the conditions from these lawyers we reported those stories but then short after <hes> Inspector General reports from the Department of Homeland Security that had been prepared even prior to the lawyers visit to clint started to come out and they documented the exact same thing so at that point we had the inspector general reports to corroborate the conditions and then finally <hes> just last week the Times embarked on a big investigative reporting effort where we talked to border patrol agents who worked at Clinton and they to describe these conditions for us now this ended up in court. There's a famous bit of tape at a this is U._S.. Appeals Court <hes> you want to just describe what was happening here. How this got there sure so the now famous exchange in court had to do with something called the floor as settlement settlement? That's the federal lawsuit I described that sets the standard for immigration detention of children. It's a lawsuit that was filed in the late nineteen eighties and settled in the nineties but has been litigated in an ongoing way ever since because the judge determined in that case that the Department of Homeland Security and the health and Human Services Department had to maintain a certain set of standards in taking care of children and the judge also gave the lawyers in the case the plaintiff's lawyers the ability ready to check in on the government and make sure that they were holding up their end of the deal and so- periodically all these lawyers end up back in court because the plaintiffs will say that the federal government hasn't been maintaining the standards is that the judge required and so in one of those hearings that took place in June you heard federal government lawyers arguing that the government should not have to provide things like soap or toothbrushes in temporary holding facilities like the Border Patrol station in Clint Texas. The government lawyers justification was that these are temporary facilities kids are only going to be there for a few days and so therefore it's not necessarily required wired in order to maintain you know what the judge asked for which was safe and sanitary conditions that the government gives soap or toothbrushes in those temporary places as opposed to longer term facilities those weren't in dispute the three judge panel who was listening to the arguments very openly balked at the lawyer's argument and really seemed to openly struggle to wrap their minds around how the government lawyer could possibly think that something like Sopra toothbrushes refreshes when be required in order to keep these facilities safe and sanitary and this sort of back and forth between the lawyers and the judges went viral so let's listen to a bit of the sound. This is from a hearing the Ninth U._S.. Circuit Court of Appeals <hes> the judge judge will hear from speaking as a wallace to Shema in. It's interesting that he is addressing this issue because he himself was interred in a Japanese internment camp in World War Two. Let's listen it's within everybody's common understanding that you know if you don't have a toothbrush if you don't have so if you don't have a blanket it's not safe and wouldn't everybody agreed to that you. Do you agree to that well. I think it's I think those are there's fair reason to find and those things may be part of our apart. What do you say maybe there are circumstances? Where person does need to have a toothbrush toothpaste until for days? Well I think in custody there's free. It's frequently intended to be much shorter term so it may be that first order terms day and see B._p.. Custody that some of those things may not be required. I don't think that was the situation of course confronted I mean. It wasn't as though those people were there for twelve hours then moved onto the Hilton hotel knowing they were there for a very fairly sustained period and at least according to the evidence that the judge believed they weren't getting these things for a fairly sustained period so Caitlyn Dickerson has this resulted in judicial orders or is there ongoing litigation around the conditions in Clint. There is ongoing litigation so we're still waiting for an order order over the exchange that we just heard around specifically toothbrushes and so in these border patrol stations that act as temporary detention facilities but it was pretty clear it seems based on the reaction of the three judges in court court that they will in fact aside those are items that the government needs to provide with regard to clint when the lawyers who were involved in this flora's lawsuit left Clint they went back to their home states and they started working up a new motion which which they filed it was a temporary restraining order that they requested hoping to get access to all the facilities where customs and Border Protection Federal Agency at issue here houses children and to make sure that that all of those facilities are maintaining flora's standards and if they're not to immediately bring them up to standards that temporary restraining order was granted and a judge ordered that a mediator go in inspect all of the facilities and make sure at that they are indeed maintaining safe and sanitary conditions and so that process is underway right now. I think it's quite possible that in the next few weeks we may see even more litigation because there's so much attention and right now being focused on the facilities that customs and Border Protection runs especially those that house children and the Inspector General reports that I mentioned earlier suggests that the conditions in Clint were not unique that a lot of the same same issues are popping up in border patrol stations across the southwest border and so I think it's likely that you'll see the floor as lawyers continue to to fight those conditions in court and try to get them addressed right. I mean the the government responded by moving a lot of the kids out of Clint and is it. Do we even know where they went so yes so at the time there were about three hundred kids in clint when the lawyers went to visit within a few days the government had transferred about about two hundred fifty of them into the care of the health and Human Services Department. That's the federal agency that's responsible for housing children long-term and is in general more equipped to do so some of the kids who are in Clint. We don't know the exact number bird but it's a handful were sent to a different border patrol station. It's a newer one it's called El Paso station one or rather its new expanded and has newer facilities that are designed to house children and families and so thinking was conditions. There would be better but it's worth noting that El Paso station one came up in those inspector general reports and again you know issues with health and safety issues with basic sanitation were prominent and and the other important thing is that <hes> though the majority of kids were moved out of Clint in the aftermath of this sort of backlash against the conditions there the government almost immediately started moving other children into clint. They emptied the facility and then started filling it back up very quickly after and again you know it's very difficult for us to get access to the facility to understand how much it's improved. We think that the population count is lower that it may not be as far above capacity as it once was is but beyond that we're left to request information from the government and hope they give it to us. It's probably worth going back to what this facility was built for. In the first place it was never intended for keeping families long-term right Lord. No this is a border patrol station that was intended to house at maximum one hundred adults and the population that the government had in mind when they built the station was was adult men <hes> this is a population of border-crossers of your if you will I mean <hes> for for decades historically. The vast majority of people who cross the border were adult men on their own who were looking for work and who were trying to cross the border illegally Wrigley so their best hope was to sneak pass border patrol agents get into the country get a job and start sending money very often back home to family either in Mexico and Central America.
Washington Fox, Rachel Sutherland And Fox discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal
"News most of the three hundred kids held at a border patrol station in clint taxes are now at another facility attorneys who visited save those children were dirty and underfed with older kids trying to take care of the babies and toddlers meantime as a house bill being considered to provide more assistance for migrants at the border live in washington fox's rachel sutherland chris president trump is threatening to veto a four point five billion dollar border funding bill because it doesn't include money for more detention beds or for the border wall acting immigration and customs enforcement director mark morgan told fox and friends we need congress to step up and give us the funding to address this entire crisis the president's put off a planned is round up of illegal immigrants giving congress two weeks to come up with an immigration bill the clock is ticking congress lease for july fourth recess at the end of
Study: Video Games Don't Hurt Boys' Social Skills
"Okay. Have you seen? This new study about video games. It's pretty interesting to study says video games affect girls more than boys. According to study video games are more harmful to the girls than boys. The study involved nine hundred kids between the ages of six and twelve and found that gaming didn't affect the boys social development at all. Now, the other hand the girls who are heavy gamers. Yeah. Had weeks social skills over time, and we're prone to being more isolated. Yeah. The study also came to the conclusion that kids who struggle socially played more video games as as
Women fear being asked for sex in exchange for Ebola vaccine
"Being told that the bowl of vaccine was offered in exchange for sex. Okay. Bowl has killed nearly one hundred kids so far. This is the second. Worst outbreak. We've seen Bola almost one hundred kids one hundred eighty I've been orphaned by the disease. And we're being told that is part of the vaccination program. There were claims that women in order to get the vaccine or being asked for
Donald Trump, Union And Senate discussed on Richard Eeds
"In places that have high numbers of federal employees that are some of those businesses are going to go under and some of those contractors not only are getting paid. Now, they might never get back pay because their private company isn't going to give them back pay for work that was never done usually the federal government. In fact, I think every time there's been a shutdown. The federal government has always done back pay. But that doesn't get you through this month. Right. Some of these people may lose their security clearance because of the financial hardship. If you get behind. Lot of security clearances, you know, take they take finances into account, and they're beat maybe people losing security clearance and can't go back to their job. And there will be some people who lose their health care right now. Because if you don't have your healthcare payments going in this part of your paycheck for more than a month. There are some health insurance companies that will cut you off and all because of what in your eyes. Well, so let's put this exactly where it blames the blame belongs, and that's on the White House it, it's absolutely insane. You can have a genuine policy disagreement about the wall or border security or drones or these in Forsman. There are a lot of things that get baited every day in Washington DC. What makes this the fault of the president is that he agreed to keep the government open. There was a one hundred nothing vote in the Senate. I guarantee you there's not one hundred nothing vote in the Senate without Donald Trump saying, yes, I'm signing this, and then frankly, Ann Coulter. Taunted him on TV, and that was enough for him to change his mind. One of the many flaws of this president is in this this affects you whether you're a Republican up on the hill or democrat or no matter how far right or left. You are. He's not trustworthy. He enters into deals. He did it with DACA before for the dreamers. He did it in this case he came to an agreement about keeping the government open through February and the Senate approved at one hundred to nothing and he backed out of it. And to the substance of the wall issue, and I again, there certainly are a number of viewpoints that have a lot of validity. Nobody's absolutely wrong or right about any of this. It's a complicated issue. But he had two years of Republican control of both chambers where he could have made this a priority to fund this and Republicans didn't want his vision of it. Now, we all want border security, but the idea that you're to put up a big slab of concrete or big slab steel for twenty one hundred miles is first of all it's not the most effective way to spend money on border security at all. And Secondly, there all kinds of other problems with land use and ranchers, including a lot of hardcore conservatives along the Rio Grande valley, real fond of imminent domain. No. They don't want the government to take over their land and take away what would end up being thousands of square miles of of land. So there are a lot of problems with this. He had control of both chambers. And it only became. National emergency wants Nancy Pelosi became speaker. So this is his being petulant Patty trying to rile up the base getting ready for twenty twenty where he can make it you know, sort of a race war election because he thinks that's how he can win. What are the odds are that, you know, he was he was pushing Pelosi up against the wall. And now today he had no no choice. Really? But to say, you're disinvited for the state of the union in the house. Now, the White House is saying, well, we're gonna we're gonna deliver. We're looking for other venues, what are the odds he uses his hotel in Washington DC? That's a great call. I hadn't even thought of that. I was thinking red square in Moscow would be a good place. We can talk about some of that stuff too. But he. The Trump you don't want. Yeah. You don't want the location of the state of the union to overwhelm the real news. Which is that there's almost a million workers who are really going to go without soon without homes and food. If this doesn't get resolved soon, and that we've got fifteen hundred kids separated from their parents in American jails it private jails, by the way, all along the border. It is just outlandish that we have these kids suffering. Their parents were just trying to make a better life for them. We can't let the site of the state of the union overshadow those. Although I mean, look, it's it's entertaining. It's it's a little tit for tat. And of course, Trump never can be proportional. His punishment to speaker Pelosi was to endanger her life and the life not only of her, but of the other members of the delegation who are going to go and of our servicemen and women and of the military or the by revealing details at travel exactly and and so even in a little sort of petty spat about where the state of the Union's can take place, and whether it's appropriate to do it while the government is shutdown Donald Trump decides that he's gonna take it to another level and put people's lives in danger. And this guy is a disaster. He is by far the worst president we've ever had bar none. And we really have to get our act together. And make sure that we stand behind one candidate. No matter who it is. If it's Bernie, Joel Stein herself could get the nomination of the Democratic Party next time around. I'd be our biggest supporter we have. We have to stand behind one candidate. And I think we're having a lot of good ones to choose from. And get rid of this guy next dot in November of two thousand twenty asked me international political action Representative in New Mexico Carter Bundy along with gust Bundy, they're both in studio will come back, and we'll talk about some state issues
U.S. separated 'thousands' more immigrant children than known: watchdog
"From a government watchdog agency about the administration's policy of separating migrant families at the southern border. The report says many more children were taken from their parents than was previously known. We're going to find out more about this from NPR's John Burnett who's with us from Austin. Hi, john. Hey, all right. You've been covering the separation of immigrant children from their parents from the beginning. What is new in? This report is it just the numbers will it's sort of a bombshell. But the numbers are really important. This report it's the first time federal officials have acknowledged the government is using family separation to deter illegal immigration nearly a year before they made the policy official immigration agents separated thousands more children than we were aware of the report is from the office of inspector general of the department of health and human services, which is responsible for caring for these kids. Everybody's been focused on this group of about twenty seven hundred kids who. Were separated from their parents beginning in may of last year that was the subject of a lawsuit that eventually forced the administration to reunite the families. And I and a lot of journalists had been reporting that immigration agents had been separated families before last may today, they confirmed it and the numbers are far greater than anybody. Imagined the administration described this as a zero tolerance policy at the at the border. Give us some background and remind us what went into that policy. Right. Will in may of last year. Remember attorney general Jeff Sessions announced the government would observe this zero tolerance policy for all immigrant families who crossed the border without papers. And the way it worked was the parent was prosecuted for illegal entry and then their child, even if they were a baby was separated input into US custody. Then we started hearing reports of these wrenching scenes inside border patrol holding sales agents, physically removing the child sometimes the parent and the and the infant weeping hysterically. So for the three months that zero tolerance was in effect. From may to June. We know the government detained twenty seven hundred kids, but is the inspector general told us this morning. This number doesn't represent the full scope of family separations. Here's an Maxwell on a teleconference with reporters. She's assistant inspector general at health and human services found that more children over a longer period of time. We're separated by immigration authorities and referred to HHS for care that is commonly discussed in the public debate. How many more children were separated is unknown. What boggles belief is that HHS? Didn't can't say exactly how many kids were putting their care before zero tolerance. They said the estimated thousands. Well, then the question is what happened to these thousands of migrant kids who are separated from their parents, right? Almost all the miners before and after zero tolerance have been reunited with their parents or released to relatives already living in the US, certainly not all but most and they can stay with these sponsors while they wait to see an immigration. Judge tells about the reaction that we've seen to this today. Well, homeland security whose agents were separating the families has been on the defensive a spokesperson repeated what they've been saying all along they had to remove the children because their parents were facing criminal charges, and you couldn't jail them together. And they say that's always been the case even before zero-tolerance, but immigrant defenders are saying the government lied to them about how early the family separation policy was launched way before zero tolerance. This is nanjiani. She's legal director for group that helps immigrants call Justice in motion. I'm not surprised at all members of our human rights defender network in Guatemala started learning about separations at the southern border or in early two thousand eighteen families were receiving frantic song calls from children who were detained. And so they didn't know where their fathers were. And I should add that now the Democrats are control of the US house with this ORG report, we may be seeing hearings on Trump's families seperation policy NPR's, John Burnett,
What is the impact of screen time on kids?
"Three hundred million dollar research project that's going to be taking some forty five hundred kids in studying their brain scanning their brains over an extended period of time. Now, they've already been doing this for a little while. But they don't have a ton of data yet enough though that they felt it was necessary to get this information out to people parents in particular who have concerns about the amount of time their kids are spending in front of a screen because they know it just doesn't feel right? It might be easy. But it just doesn't feel right. What is it doing to our children? Well, I know this is on the high end. But when you're adding cell phones with pads with laptops with televisions with computer screens at school screen time, just in general kids who spend seven hours or more smartphones, tablets. It's starting to thin the brain cortex what? Yeah. Take a listen to this. That's typically thought to be a maturation process. What we would expect to see later. It's happening a little bit earlier should parents be concerned by that. We don't know if it's being caused by the screen time. We don't know yet. If it's a bad thing, it won't be until we follow them over time that we will see if there are outcomes that are associated with the the differences that we're seeing in single snapshot, maybe the frustrating or the scary part may be for parents is we don't know the full effects until we have maybe another decade or so of day. Data bind, it sure, but you're getting some correlation maybe not causation, but you're starting to see some correlation in many ways, the concern that investigators have is that we're sort of in the midst of a natural kind of uncontrolled experiment on the next generation of children. I mean, do you want your kid to be a Guinea pig is really what this is getting out to be? And you've got the research is not just the doctors who are taking a look at this. But the researchers there's a guy from Google one of their researchers who was one of the first to come out and say, parents, you gotta be aware of this. This is something that that is not like it was when you were growing up. There are some major differences you need to understand parents understand the complexities of what their kids are dealing with. No. And I think this is really important because there's a narrative that I guess they're just doing this like we used to gossip on the phone. But what this MRs that your telephone in the nineteen seventies didn't have a thousand engineers and the other side of the. Telephone who are redesigning it to work with other telephones. And then updating the way your telephone work every day to be more and more persuasive, more and more persuasive, more and more addictive. Now, he didn't use the word addictive. I will at the end of this research. They're going to be able to tell if in fact, this technology is addictive. There's a whole playbook of techniques that get used to get you using the product for as long as possible Harris is a former Google manager. Who is one of the first Silicon Valley insiders to publicly acknowledge that phones and apps are being designed to capture and keep kids attention. This is about the war for attention, and where that's taking society, and we're that's taking technology. Whether it's taking our kids. I there is something to be said for that. And it's not
NHL, NIH And Director discussed on The KFBK Morning News
"Games are physically changing, the brains of kids ending the brain cortex, which is the outermost layer the processes information from the physical world, the national institutes of health study is the largest ongoing study and currently is tracking eleven thousand nine the ten year old brain scans from forty five hundred kids are the early results. According to the NHL NIH director who says the children will be tracked for ten years to see if there are outcomes associated with the brain structure changes. They just don't know yet for sure another early result kids who spend more than two hours of daily screen time score lower on thinking and language tests makes you wonder what adults are what's happening to adults that spend their entire day on computers undoubtedly has changing our brains somehow. Yeah. Well, it is