11 Burst results for "John Abe"

"john abe" Discussed on All The Kings Men

All The Kings Men

05:54 min | 7 months ago

"john abe" Discussed on All The Kings Men

"When you can make all these plans that sound great on the information you have you know that you could get an email an hour later that just makes you tear those plans operas hard over again. It's got to be pretty tough right. I think it's hard. But i think it will make us better for the future. It will make us euro we. We've learned a lot through through these. We've we've had to adjust to many new things. And and i do believe as an organization will make us better. A lot of people have had to do different roles. I mean we. We lost some people. I mean as you know zach. Some people that weren't any office or longtime people have had to do to three different jobs and work way harder. And but i do believe that will make a stronger for the future. I'm gonna miss seeing john. Abe riyadh on the ice on the ice crew. I think during the games. I was my favorite part. Was he and his skating. Improved throughout the course of the year now is funding all of our ice development. The group doing the ice cream nastier. It was it was You know like you said this is gonna make better. I completely agree with you. And you look at the kind of blank canvas that you have right like. We haven't seen a full crowded staples in eighteen months. And that's a long time and it probably gives the organization opportunity to make some changes maybe reestablished in identity. So you come into the to this season. you'll probably walk into a new different exciting experience without looking for specific details. You know is it gonna look maybe a little bit different for fans when they come this year. First of all our team is would differ. I mean just watching our team in these preseason seem to speed that we're bringing you know it seems like every night on the way we're playing. Todd says we're gonna play more much more pressure than we have the last couple of years. So that's number one in to align new blair's number two. We've done everything we can change the feel the look we understand. We have a very young team common and we need to adjust. What time when that. So yeah there's gonna be much different feel and look at our games which still gonna bring the stuff that we know. We understand what our fans really love. But at the same time i wanna make sure it goes what the team with bill which has got that modern. Feel that young. Look in feel that it's gonna to be. I think our friends are going to really enjoy. Some of the new stuff devoid bring into. What's around a game you obviously. There's the game will one you own the icing on the ice. You could never tweak that or what surrounded it should be entertainment. The people should be come into of never been case game. Say while this was fun this was different really had a good time tonight. Luca recently went down a rabbit hole. there were some jersey talk on twitter and i remember a conversation that i once had the late. Great david courtney about the the new black then the new black white and silver jerseys nineteen eighty eight and he told us a story about how he.

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"john abe" Discussed on The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast

The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"john abe" Discussed on The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast

"This week's guest is john abe stalls vanfleet even one of the game's perennial crushes. He continues to grow and evolve in the game he recently started streaming on twitch and nearly instantly became one of the top stream as in poker. John's always good for some highly actionable wisdom so with that being said let's jump brighton. Joan welcome to the show. Happy to be here. And i wanted to have you back on the show. I'm so much is happening with twitch and with icr just your general success in the pike well we jump into all of that. I'd like to bring up. You know you've been in the poker world for a very long time in the nicest possible way you know. What do you think is allowed to be successful from that stage through still playing the begins now still having success now when no most everyone from the area's arison have moved out of the poco weld. What do you think the difference was. And what set. Jenny bean link. You know there's been a lot of ups and downs in poker in. I've i've fallen in pretty much every that that you can fall into when people ask me why survived when other people. Haven't i think it comes with a lot of things. I think it comes from the fact that i learned in the very beginning to put a system to the game to treat it like a business and to approach studying with a certain kind of intensity and i think that that ability to treat the game like a business is what helped me in the beginning but a lot of people did that right. I think what else helped me was. Just that like men. I like it the the pastor you know. I think that that's another thing i think. I just have a certain kind of stubbornness in increasing this Maybe i know if it's craziness exactly. But i do think to play at the highest stakes. Like i do that. You have to be of a certain kind of temperament yet like you gotta have that will to win and one of the things. You mentioned that which is really interesting from from the errors. Well in polka. Is this you know. I have a passion for studying. I studying like learning. I remember earlier. The beginning of my career at mike applies about ten years now. And when i was back then when i talked to someone who had success in two thousand and fourteen thousand five talking to them about two thousand ten i'll be saying sort of two thousand eleven. What's what's your studying like. And they'll be like no no. I'm a winner. i don't need to study poker. I just win is something that you soul with the community..

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Why Jon Van Fleet Thrives in Poker Where Others Fail

The Mindset Advantage Poker Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Why Jon Van Fleet Thrives in Poker Where Others Fail

"This week's guest is john abe stalls vanfleet even one of the game's perennial crushes. He continues to grow and evolve in the game he recently started streaming on twitch and nearly instantly became one of the top stream as in poker. John's always good for some highly actionable wisdom so with that being said let's jump brighton. Joan welcome to the show. Happy to be here. And i wanted to have you back on the show. I'm so much is happening with twitch and with icr just your general success in the pike well we jump into all of that. I'd like to bring up. You know you've been in the poker world for a very long time in the nicest possible way you know. What do you think is allowed to be successful from that stage through still playing the begins now still having success now when no most everyone from the area's arison have moved out of the poco weld. What do you think the difference was. And what set. Jenny bean link. You know there's been a lot of ups and downs in poker in. I've i've fallen in pretty much every that that you can fall into when people ask me why survived when other people. Haven't i think it comes with a lot of things. I think it comes from the fact that i learned in the very beginning to put a system to the game to treat it like a business and to approach studying with a certain kind of intensity and i think that that ability to treat the game like a business is what helped me in the beginning but a lot of people did that right. I think what else helped me was. Just that like men. I like it the the pastor you know. I think that that's another thing i think. I just have a certain kind of stubbornness in increasing this Maybe i know if it's craziness exactly. But i do think to play at the highest stakes. Like i do that. You have to be of a certain kind of temperament

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"john abe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"john abe" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Radio. 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 the number of Chris Moore sitting in for Ken Carmen on this Saturday morning. Let's go out to Los Angeles and see if James is still with us on the phones. Hey, James, welcome. Chris. How you doing, man? What's going on with you? I just wanted Tosto future. Get your thoughts about the Raiders. You know, I've been a Raider fan since I saw Jack Tatum. Knock Sammy White into never land back back in the day. I know people don't remember that, you know, but I've been on there. You know when? When HBO used to be on TV and so kind with select TV, so I go back. You know what I'm and just the Raiders man. I mean from from Jack Tatum and Sam reactive nto. Uh, You know, Lester Hayes and Michael hangs. We've always had Great corners and safeties and stuff like that, And I'm just wondering I can't really see the direction that we're going in. We've always done things the way that we wanted to do, and we don't really care what people thought about it on got much. I still love a bottom, but I can't read this one man. I don't know anybody has anything. I mean. We will. If we really want to go after Aaron Rodgers. What are we willing to give up to get that? I think that you know, uh, you know, quarterback plays essential, but then again, You know, Jim Plunkett was it was watched those supposedly and candles and got to ring. So you know. Well, what's the rest of you think we're going in there? Yeah, I think it's a good question, James. Because you know, this is not Al Davis. His team anymore, obviously and And They have been for a while. Just another football team and I don't love like I don't like car When things are bad. He doesn't excite me in that regard. When things are going well. Hey, tends to disappear a little bit. And, um It's hard to To think that they would not be interested in Aaron Rodgers. But again, we're looking at an age consideration here. We're looking at them being in the same division as the Chiefs. Um So That's a consideration as well. You know what can you get past them? And is he going to lead you past them? Because you don't want That kind of contract that kind of money that kind of tie up with your salary cap. If you don't think you can win, I mean, really win. And He has to be the icing on a good cake. On. Do they have a good cake? Right now? You look at the Raiders are they You know, where do they fit? In In the scheme of NFL teams. You know where Where do they fit? I mean, where are they? Right now, because I look at him. As a kind of a middle of the road group. You know the way I look at him right now. There's not enough there that make me that makes me feel Okay. You know, this is what they're going to be. And I just don't think they're close enough yet, But you're right. I do think in general That Team identity is underrated. That knowing who you are? As a team and what you stand for, really did work for them. As anyone can tell you who watched him back in the day They were a feared group. They were a fearsome group. They were fast, always. And they were nasty. Always. And that was who the Raiders were. And I think You know that That is probably where they'd like to get back to being. But again, Al Davis has been out of it a long time. Now. You know, he's been out of the picture a long time now. Um You know, I look at them. With car. And marry Oto backing him up and I don't I just don't You know, obviously, Josh Jacobs is pretty good. I mean, There's there's enough to build around there, and they have some high picks on their defensive football team. You know, including John Abe, Roman and Damon Arnett. And you know that they have some I mean they have invested in their defensive backfield. With high picks, and they just did again. Um So Guess what I'm saying about the Raiders is I don't think they're close enough or that they feel close enough to take on a contract like Aaron Rodgers contract. So to me, it's not about what they'd have to give up its about. Financially what it would cost them. And whether see if you don't if you pick up Aaron Rodgers, and you don't win right away. You really lose. I mean, you lose twice. Because you've set The franchise back a little bit. He's going to get worse, progressively worse, not Albert People's words, but he's going to get worse and you are going to need to replace it. So You're putting off that. Surgery. If that's what you want to call it to your Lineup. Uh, you're putting that off? And that's not a good situation. Let's go to Michael in South Carolina. Next, CBS Sports Radio Hi, Michael. A thanks for taking my call this morning. Sure. Yeah, I'm a frustrated Falcon stand. I grew up in Augusta, Georgia, being a braids and talking, saying I'm not bragging. Uh, but I'm a little concerned about this current this recent draft. No, this carpet from Florida. The tight end is the difference maker. But I'm not sold on that. Ryan and I don't understand why the Falcons didn't consider Getting a replacement for Ryan, because that thing Ryan's used up Um, last couple years. I don't care if he could didn't have the weapons that it should have had or could have had, But I just think Ryan's watched up. I didn't get that draft pick. One guy is not gonna turn that franchise around. So what's your thoughts on that? Yeah. I mean, I think it was. It was a very interesting dynamic that they were facing. Because I think a lot of people We're ready to see them. Draft, the heir apparent, but I think when they look at Matt Ryan, and they look at the NFL, and they grade him on the curve of NFL starting quarterbacks that they still think he's top 10. So We are, You know, it's early for us. I think the Falcons thought it's early for us to be looking at replacing Matt Ryan. We have too many other needs. And Pitts is.

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"john abe" Discussed on Giddy Up

Giddy Up

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"john abe" Discussed on Giddy Up

"Could be guessing. There's gonna be a lot of alcohol. And now i'm don sigmund because we got to four threes we just gonna fly straight unto deep down undock because basically what. This is a professional way. Technically stolen while i talk to the topic do these the all use of cutting spot but jiji throw up one photo for me if you will that all sorted ready to throw in this segment. Bloody mungo now. Jt normally. dan unday refers to something that happened to a strike of of just going a little bit off australia but off as in the water. A little bit. Tae get you listening year. Round needs the great barrier reef. Jijel side again. The great barrier reef sarney child's charles. Spotty tiny charles. She's a good singer anyway. Tony charles. you can't heaney underwater. And that's exactly what she's going to be jiji she's doing. She's a grammy nominated. Singapore the why joan to do an underwater concert to help save the and that's not decided that she's going under their who underwater so the reform here and then the way for leeds. It's designed that it's to raise awareness a massive big giggles for the great barrier reef. It's awesome that big. Tom superstars like tony. Charles is is going to do that concept. She's gonna head pace might up. John abe bubble and some underwater speak is. It's going to be a cracker and august. Anyone who's going to they y two my country bidder whether it's preserving a bit of the reef whether it's spotty just doing good stuff in our community we love that sort of stuff and that is why we featuring tony doing her greg berry rate concert up nick. Keynes it's going to be a yeah. It's gotta be rich. I take foot d'arme And it's It's part of a three sixty art installation which travelling around australia. And you'll save philippe rachel and a a few listeners. Do leave regionally. Jiji all bike swifty. She's anyway. It's all to support the great barrier reef legacy and the curro back coach. I tell you do love. Karl knelt did. I wasn't sort of being didn't didn't want to be made on bit own..

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"john abe" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"john abe" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To some people. but I am I am also to I'm also stammering a lot here because I don't want to sound like that guy I'm not that guy that isn't an L. G. B. T. Q. supporter now we know you know that guy that makes sense you you don't have it's not a okay well thank you for that because I don't think I'm representing myself very well here well you're not that's why I'm trying to help. a secure some tax will be a sexual identity clause for every person discuss John Abe Lincoln straight Freddie Mercury gave Betsy Ross straight I don't know the answer to that question but she kept referencing Abe Lincoln and I thought okay so the Lincolns dealt with mental health issues and the loss of his child and stuff I didn't know why she kept bringing up the Lincolns is we know about their family I don't know what exactly should on whispers Abraham Lincoln well that's what I thought she was saying I'm like okay let's go is eight games he says no also okay well then what we play we keep talking about him because I think your mind about. John here's my question of the social studies teacher saying here's information about Abraham Lincoln he was heterosexual married to Mary at cetera will that be part of the teaching literally will we discussed the orientation of individuals so we know I don't have an answer to that. a John prior to your interview I had no knowledge of what the new bill meant now that I've listened to our I disagree with that it's odd to bring up historical figures sexual identity in most learning situations and I don't feel in most cases it matters I think that is what my point is of course I'm on the I'm on that side but I I I don't think it's. necessary to tell people that not necessarily to hide it of course but I don't think that it necessarily has to be this is the point has to be part of the curriculum. if we had a social studies class then the gay pride movement there that has take me to pull back the L. G. B. T. Kimmel but of course would be part of a..

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"john abe" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

16:14 min | 2 years ago

"john abe" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We're going to talk about the teaching of LGBTQ history it's talk to somebody who knows a little bit more about this state representative Anna molars on a phone line Anna this is John you're on WGN radio how are you I'm doing well how are you John thank you so much for helping me yeah thank you for your time and thank you for this conversation so tell me a little bit about this bill on where it is it's the law now right has it not yet it was signed correct it was yes governor Krister sinus last Friday and so what does it say I I read the the law read the bill I guess it's the lawn now but it seems to be a little vague in exactly what will happen in the classrooms sure well so so why don't you think. is that it requires that any state funding for textbooks. he can only be is and text books that are non discriminatory. and and and for training. people from all classes that are protected under that Helen I human right back. the second thing that it does is it requires. when school districts are teaching history they include the contributions of LGBT people in the curriculum she and that. incorporating them within the curriculum at insuring that we are not ignoring or cleaning out the contribution but if they can't people throughout history she said that we have a greater understanding of people who have come before us and check the society in which we live. the film is not required a special class sure if you touch on the subject matter sure it does not require a certain amount of time and and and the subject matter she lives school district maximum flexibility in how they introduced the subject but but it does require that school no longer ignore the fact that we've had LGBT people throughout history who done incredible things that you know it shaped our society. so that's basically what they told us so I guess what one school teachers could be radically different than the way another school with teachers. I mean what evidence right now let's check teaching of history and and and and. instead of shapes our society you are going to be very ation right now between the way one teacher teacher you know where to versus how other teacher might approach the subject matter we anticipate this will be the same. this subject matter but there are resources that will be made available to teachers when they are trying to incorporate sh history and their curriculum and their lesson plans Chicago I look at legacy project the local organization in Chicago she has an extensive academic. research and has materials that will be made available to school you want to talk about the contributions of L. G. B. T. individual trash history like Jane Adams. the founder of whole house in Chicago. yeah thank god mother of social work and in the United States. and alley right he was a very famous after that first one and answer and stay all of these different individuals and and many more who do you think students should learn about any down understand their identity is. so that people understand that there have been G. B. T. individuals registry to have done. incredible things for our society I wonder how that would have would have literally wonder like. how that would read and what a quiz would look like on that and would it be something that would just be touched on over the course of one day when the teacher was talking or with a pepper the conversation all semester long with and by the way Sally ride was gay or Casimir Pulaski was gay or something like that and I just wondering how they integrate that show again this will be up to the school districts are in this book on how they how they rate the material but as I said there will be resources made available sure but we can't collect the plans that I'm teachers can use I understand that my guess is that maybe down state where maybe this whole notion doesn't play that well you know some history teacher may say by the way Sally ride she was gay okay two and and they're done with that and this and and made there's no need to our ability to monitor that the it is what it is I don't know if you just comment on that that some might give a short shift in others might. you know spend plenty of time on it sure sure we would hope that they wouldn't get it sure sure that they would understand the intention behind hello. and the fact that this act understanding in knowing about this history at the benefit all students. you know it it creates a more comprehensive understanding of history and people and events that have shaped our societies act not the way that it has on it. and and and the groups that advocate that equality online and the state school alliance. working with the state board of education and hello my teacher federation educational to talk about implementing. curriculum so that it is manage. a thoughtful and meaningful way in the schools throughout the state we understand that implementation is going to be very important but at the same time yeah my husband is a history teacher he teaches eighth grade history I know the way that you. and you know how it down but down the hall from him every teacher has their own yeah well let me read you a couple of the texts that are coming in now John why do we need to know historical people's sexuality it should not define their accomplishments we don't maybe if we come far enough we don't have to know or care that Sally ride's orientation was this or that I don't know if you want a moment on that sure. it was a common question that I that I had from colleagues and you know certainly during this one though is introduced my response. we we we don't realize that but understanding who a historical figure was who their family life Hey girl and important to understanding back her stand and why and how they were able to accomplish what they said. Abraham Lincoln we learn about his family Marie chided his children it's part of who she was and influence to see what went well. it was are you saying that Abraham Lincoln was gay. now I'm not saying we we know we know that hysterically when you're learning about that day. an individual in history who they're gay. portion of his or her life. or we acted it has been a stigma attached to being they are less. figures his orientation we don't know but but it's debated and I I just right. the waters the waters are still murky about people's orientation then and door now and then I think the other thing is okay so Sally ride was this very successful famous astronaut this tragedy involved we know her we should and we should know of her and have her orientation is part of that fine but I think that that sort of data point if you will about her is one thing what will I think be upsetting to a lot of other people is if we try to. well got I got to pick my words carefully here passing judgment if it is that I think there's an audience out there that feels that yes well for one thing some people think it's sinful obviously we're talk about public schools it's not my view but I'm just thinking of all of the different views out there and how squishy people get about this and how upsetting to a lot of parents it's going to be if their kids instead of learning reading writing arithmetic or coming home learning. something like this do you know what I'm saying. I know that wider if you get rid of that negative. hi good role model to students. students who may be okay he and feeling isolated and feeling like they don't have a role model that they can look human history or in IT. important for street children from low that there were extraordinary LGBT people in history. and and with the negative eighty. hill will be challenged that is exactly why that was introduced in my. change the perception and. hi. you know it's also about the LGBT community it very powerful when children have role models that they can work jail and know that you know okay the main thing yeah they were gay yeah they were right and. yeah eight that's something that can be life changing for children six three oh said oh my god teach kids how to read first why do we have to mention a person's sexuality and their accomplishments this is ridiculous the next text says you have some seriously conservative districts in southern Illinois they won't touch this topic John says six threo so child can graduate eighth grade and even high school not knowing basic geography and yet they need to know L. G. B. T. history before they can graduate eighth grade. is it true that I mean. yeah. rating local glow. that's a great cast an LGBT history before they can crash right in the ballpark they have to have a have to pass. and the other one aspect of history but they have to. if you should take a constitution right okay so they have to pass history this will be part of the curriculum they could failed the quiz on this if you will and still pass class right right now. planting knowledge of geometry or math the LGBT history. incorporated in her name programming that already offered in school it's basically think topic during the fact that there have been. people who were on giudici in history. so the whole life. be honest but we have people life and not have using. have you seen with their curricula guidelines will look like like you said there's materials that are available. is that stuff that I wasn't able to find that you've seen that too we know exactly what will be put forward in front of the teachers. it'll be up to the teachers to develop their own lesson plans around it will be they'll be there you don't have to you the lesson from the legacy project will be has available for them but you know but they'll be made accessible in. one school ready incorporating that's history I have a. a good friend she lives in my community. she already incorporates. this information in her curriculum because you want now. you know the whole history of people who impacted well. a lot of teaching ready doing well really lot of. teaching history will if the person they're talking about was LGBT Q. was somewhere in one of those letters they'll point that particular fact out. yes yeah that's already being done on a lot of because as as they yeah I gave him like an example we talk a lot about his family we talked about Martin Luther king and his. family talk about you know. women leaders. shaped are we talked about their families. the same thing this has nothing to do it. sexuality it has everything to do with identity and. are as real slow. that's really interesting all right so what next what is would be next fall is that when this will actually be implemented them yes yes but the twenty twenty yes animal on your time. you start gathering research the. the other material that they can they can you. help. Anna is the forty third district representative a former city council member in Elgin is that we make your home these days and yes. I appreciate your time this may be a conversation that will have to get down the road but I sure appreciate you giving us the highlights so far today. thank you I truly appreciate your entrance might be happy. animal is a Democrat from the forty third is it important to know that Sally ride was gay I guess it was I think it's going to be controversial or upsetting for some people that's not a reason to not do it progress is always upsetting to some people. but I am I am also it's I'm also stammering a lot here because I don't want to sound like that guy I'm not that guy that isn't an L. G. B. T. Q. supporter no we know you know that guy that makes sense you you don't have it's not a okay well thank you for that because I don't think I'm representing myself very well here well you're not that's why I'm trying to help. let's see here some tax will be a sexual identity clause for every person discuss John Abe Lincoln straight Freddie Mercury gave Betsy Ross straight I don't know the answer to that question but she kept referencing Abe Lincoln and I thought okay so the Lincolns dealt with mental health issues and the loss of his child and stuff I didn't know why she kept bringing up the Lincolns is we know about their family I don't know what exactly should turn whispers Abraham Lincoln well that's what I thought you were saying I'm like okay let's go is eight games she says no awful okay well then what will play we keep talking about him because I think it might abound. John here's my question of the social studies teacher saying here's information about Abraham Lincoln he was heterosexual married to Mary at cetera will that be part of the teaching literally will we discuss the orientation of individuals so we know I don't have an answer to that. a John prior to your interview I had no knowledge of what the new bill meant now that I've listened to our I disagree with it it's odd to bring up historical figures sexual identity and most learning situations and I don't feel in most cases it matters I think that is what my point is of course I'm on the I'm on that side but I I I don't think it's. necessary to tell people that not necessarily to hide it of course but I don't think that it necessarily has to be this is the point has to be part of the curriculum. if we have a social studies class then the gay pride movement there the has take me to buy the L. G. B. T. Kimmel but of course would be part of a. curriculum that talks about the twenty first century I mean yeah but I I'm not sure that it needs to be plugged into..

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"john abe" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

15:53 min | 2 years ago

"john abe" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We're going to talk about the teaching of LGBTQ history it's talk to somebody who knows a little bit more about the state representative Anna molars on a phone line and it this is John you're on WGN radio how are you I'm doing well how are you John thank you so much for helping me yeah thank you for your time and thank you for this conversation so tell me a little bit about this bill and where it is it's the law now right has it not yet it was signed correct it was yes governor fixtures minus last Friday and so what does it say I I read the the law I read the bill I guess it's the lawn now but it seems to me a little vague in exactly what will happen in the classrooms sure also so why don't you think is that it requires any state funding for textbooks sh will be can only be used in text books that are non discriminatory and and and for training people from all classes that are protected under the island I human right back the second thing that it does is it requires when school districts are teaching history they include the contributions of L. G. B. T. in the curriculum she and that rating them within the curriculum at insuring that we are not ignoring or cleaning out a contribution if they can people throughout history sh are that we have a greater understanding of people who have come before us and shake the society in which we live the film is not required a special class sh you touch on the subject matter sure it does not require a certain amount of time and on the subject matter of school district maximum flexibility in how they introduced the subject but but it does require that schools no longer ignore the fact that we've had LGBT people throughout history who done incredible things that you know it shaped our society so that's basically what they told us so I guess what one school teachers could be radically different than the way another school with teachers I mean what evidence right now let's check teaching of history and and and and instead of shapes our society you are going to be very efficient right now between the way one teacher teacher you know where to versus how their teacher might approach the subject matter we anticipate this will be the same this subject matter but there are resources that will be made available to teachers when they are trying to incorporate sh history and their curriculum and their lesson plans Chicago I look at legacy project the local organization in Chicago that has an extensive academic research and has materials that will be made available to school you want to talk about the contributions of L. G. B. T. individual trash history like Jane Adams the founder of whole house in Chicago yeah thank god mother of social work and in the United States the end Kelly right he was a very famous astronaut first one and astronaut in space all of these different individuals and and many more who do you think students should learn about and don't understand their identity is so that people understand that there have been how do you beat she individual chat history who have done incredible things for our society I wonder how that would have would have literally wonder like how that would read and what a quiz would look like on that and would it be something that would just be touched on over the course of one day when the teacher was talking or with a pepper the conversation all semester long with and by the way Sally ride was Gator Casimir Pulaski was gay or something like that and I just wanna make how they integrate that sh well again this will be up to the school districts and in this book on how they how they rate the material but as I said there will be resources made available sure understandable lesson plans and teachers can use I understand that my guess is that maybe down state where maybe this whole notion doesn't play that well you know some history teacher may say by the way Sally ride she was gay okay two and and they're done with that and this and and made there's no need to our ability to monitor that the it is what it is I don't know if you just comment on that that some might give a short shift in others might get spent plenty of time on it sure sure we would hope that they would get it sure sure that they would understand the intention behind hello and the fact that this act understanding in knowing about this history as a benefit all students you know it it creates a more comprehensive understanding of history and people and events that have shaped our societies but we would hope not the way that it has on it and and and the groups that advocate that equality on on me and the state school alliance working with the state board of education and hello my teacher federation recalling I educational to talk about implementing curriculum so that it is manage not full and meaningful way in the schools throughout the state we we understand that implementation is going to be very important but at the same time yeah my husband is a history teacher he teaches eighth grade history I know the way that he and you know how a down down the hall from him every teacher has their own yeah well let me read you a couple of the texts that are coming in now John why do we need to know historical people's sexuality it should not define their accomplishments we don't maybe if we come far enough we don't have to know or care that Sally ride's orientation was this or that and I don't know if you want to come in on that sure it was a common question that I that I had from Cali and you know certainly during this one though is introduced and my response we we we don't realize that but understanding who a historical figure was their family life an important to understanding back her stand and why and how they were able to accomplish what they said and when we learned about Abraham Lincoln we learn about his family merry chided his children it it's part of who she was an influence to see what went well it was are you saying that Abraham Lincoln was gay now I'm not saying we we know we know that his family when you're learning about the game an individual in history who they're NJ his or her life is or we get access it has been a stigma attached to being there are lots of historical figures whose orientation we don't know but it but it's debated and I I just right that the waters the waters are still murky about people's orientation then and or now and then I think the other thing is okay so Sally ride was this very successful famous astronaut this tragedy involve but we know her we should and we should know of her and if orientation is part of that fine but I think that that sort of data point if you will about her is one thing what will I think be upsetting to a lot of other people is if we try to well got I got to pick my words carefully here passing judgment if it is that I think there's an audience out there that feels that yes well for one thing some people think it's sinful obviously we're talk about public schools it's not my view but I'm just thinking of all of the different views out there and how squishy people get about this and how upsetting to a lot of parents it's going to be if their kids instead of learning reading writing arithmetic or coming home learning something like this do you know what I'm saying I know what you're saying that the correctly why the teachers if you get rid of that negative the Sherman act all models student students who may be okay he and feeling isolated and feeling like they don't have the role model that they can look human history or in IT for street children from low fat there were extraordinary LGBT people in history and and then I get it eight hill will be challenged that this is exactly why that was introduced in life from Burton it's just change the perception and the market is hi you know something about the LGBT community it very powerful when children have role models that they can work jail and know that you know okay the main thing they were gay and they were right and you know eight one thing that can be life changing for children six three oh said oh my god teach kids how to read first why do we have to mention a person's sexuality and their accomplishments this is ridiculous the next text says you have some seriously conservative districts in southern Illinois they won't touch this topic John says six threo so child can graduate eighth grade and even high school not knowing basic geography and yet they need to know L. G. B. T. history before they can graduate eighth grade is it true that I mean yeah rating local glow that's a great cast an L. G. B. T. extremely critical crash right in the heart they have to have a have to pass and you know this is one aspect of history but they have to if you should take a complication right okay so they have to pass history this will be part of the curriculum they could failed the quiz on this if you will and still pass the class right right now it's the planting knowledge of geometry or math LGBT history incorporated and programming that's already offered in school it's basically think topic during the fact that there have been hill or giudici and history and so the whole life be honest in people's lives or not have you seen have you seen what their curricular guidelines will look like like you said there's materials that are available is that stuff that about I wasn't able to find that you've seen that do we know exactly what will be put forward in front of the teachers it'll be up to the teachers to develop their own lesson plans around in there will be they'll be there you don't have to you the lesson from the legacy project he has available for them but you know but they'll be made accessible in one school ready incorporating that's history I have a a good friend she lives in my community she already incorporate this this information in her curriculum because she wants now you know the whole history of people who impacted Welsh a lot of teaching ready doing well really lot of teaching history will if the person they're talking about was LGBT Q. was somewhere in one of those letters they'll point that particular fact out yes yeah that's already being done on a lot of because as as they gave him like an example we talk a lot about his family we talked about Martin Luther king and his family talk about you know women leaders shaped we talked about their their family the same thing this has nothing to do it sexuality it has everything to do with identity and to keep are as real slow that's really interesting all right so what next what is would be next fall is that when this will actually be implemented them yes yes the twenty twenty animal you start gathering research the yeah other material that they can they can you help Anna is the forty third district representative a former city council member in Elgin is that where you make your home these days and yes I appreciate your time this may be a conversation that will have to get down the road but I sure appreciate you giving us the highlights so far today thank you I I truly appreciate your entrance I'd be happy animal is a Democrat from the forty third is it important to know the Sally ride was gay I guess it was I think it's going to be controversial or upsetting for some people that's not a reason to not do it progress is always upsetting to some people but I am I am also to I'm also stammering a lot here because I don't want to sound like that guy I'm not that guy that isn't an L. G. B. T. Q. supporter now we know you know that guy that makes sense you you don't have it's not a okay well thank you for that because I don't think I'm representing myself very well here well you're not that's why I'm trying to help let's see here some tax will be a sexual identity clause for every person discuss John Abe Lincoln straight Freddie Mercury gave Betsy Ross straight I don't know the answer to that question but she kept referencing Abe Lincoln and I thought okay so the Lincolns dealt with mental health issues and the loss of his child and stuff I didn't know why she kept bringing up the Lincolns is we know about their family I don't know what exactly should have done whispers that Abraham Lincoln well that's what I thought she was saying I'm like okay let's go is eight gain she says no also okay well then what we play we keep talking about him because I think it might about John here's my question of the social studies teacher saying here's information about Abraham Lincoln he was heterosexual married to Mary at cetera will that be part of the teaching literally will we discussed the orientation of individuals so we know I don't have an answer to that a John prior to your interview I had no knowledge of what the new bill meant now that I've listened to our I disagree with that it's odd to bring up historical figures sexual identity in most learning situations and I don't feel in most cases it matters I think that is what my point is of course I'm on the I'm on that side but I I I don't think it's necessary to tell people that not necessarily to hide it of course but I don't think that it necessarily has to be this is the point has to be.

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"john abe" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:57 min | 3 years ago

"john abe" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And all you need to do is save your smart speaker play Mensing rascals podcast so just tell your smart speaker play the mincing rascals podcast from WGN and then it'll talk back to the next thing you know you're listening to the latest episode so thanks again to our guests just a moment ago we visited with Anna Moeller who is Democrat lawmaker it was one of the people behind that bill which is now going to say that next fall your kids will be but history is they have in the past but the curriculum has to include I don't even know what has to include I just did the whole interview and I read the bill and I'm still not exactly sure what it's going to include but it will include LGBT Q. history and I just am not on board and I I hate to say that because I in some way I ways I think it Tom is it important to know that Sally ride was gay I guess it was I think it's going to be controversial or upsetting for some people that's not a reason to not do it progress is always upsetting to some people but I am I am also it's I'm also stammering a lot here because I don't want to sound like that guy I'm not that guy that isn't an L. G. B. T. Q. supporter now we know you're not the guy that makes sense you you don't have it's not a okay well thank you for that because I don't think I'm representing myself very well here well you're not that's why I'm trying to help let's see here some tax will be a sexual identity clause for every person discuss John Abe Lincoln straight Freddie Mercury gave Betsy Ross straight I don't know the answer to that question but she kept referencing Abe Lincoln and I thought okay so the Lincolns dealt with mental health issues and the loss of his child and stuff I didn't know why she kept bringing up the Lincolns as we know about their family I don't know what exactly should have done whispers Abraham Lincoln well that's what I thought she was saying I'm like okay let's go is eight gay and she says no also okay well then what will play we keep talking about him because I think it might about John here's my question of the social studies teacher saying here's information about Abraham Lincoln he was heterosexual married to Mary at cetera will that be part of the teaching literally will we discussed the orientation of individuals so we know I don't have an answer to that hi John prior to your interview I had no knowledge of what the new bill meant now that I've listened to our I disagree with it it's odd to bring up historical figures sexual identity in most learning situations and I don't feel in most cases it matters I think that is what my point is of course I'm on the I'm on that side but I I I don't think it's necessary to tell people that not necessarily to hide it of course but I don't think that it necessarily has to be this is the point has to be part of the curriculum if we had a social studies class then the gay pride movement via the has take me to buy the L. G. B. T. Kimmel but of course would be part of the curriculum that talks about the twenty first century I mean yeah but I I'm not sure that it needs to be plugged into some of these other lessons J. three one seven kudos John my brother in law's gay I Harkin and respect his struggles as well as many in the L. G. B. T. community but this bill was not well thought out at all and the sponsor of it just proved it on your show I'm an educator and I do as much positive teaching around what is a very difficult topic in the classroom I appreciate the time you spent on this very helpful I don't think I helped at all looking for the language of the law itself here it is in public schools only the teaching of history shall include a study of the roles and contributions of lesbian gay bisexual and transgender people in the history of this country in this state the teaching of history shall also include a study of the role of labor unions and their interaction with government and achieving the goals of a mixed free enterprise system no pupils Shelby graduated from the eighth grade of any public school unless he or she is receive such instruction in the history of the United States and gives evidence of having a comprehensive knowledge there of now that's crazy I think so do you need thing is clearly just political I don't know why that's the next sentence that makes no sense because there's no connection between the gays in the unions or the L. G. B. T. giving in the organized labor for your big democratic donors and in the unions are under attack all the meeting of history so also include a study of the role of labor unions and their interaction with government in achieving the goals of a free enterprise system no I'm I'm all ears are good I'm pretty much for unions that for the most part but in that's crazy other language that preceded this says the teaching of history still include a study of the role and contributions of African Americans and other ethnic groups including but not restricted to the Polish the Lithuanians Germans Hungarians Irish Bohemians Russians Albanians Italians who says close Slovaks you were the Italians are gonna get a cell not a bit not a chance somebody a French Scott's Hispanics Asian Americans it cetera who did they not name I know what if you were just and it's funny too because he's well there's the it cetera isn't that funny and you have to teach all of these groups plus the et cetera is where the etcetera is in the history of this country and state the contributions of all of these people I'll tell you what the wording of that sentence is just it's a textbook on the politics of getting things in curriculum curricula the teaching of history shall include a study of the role of the contributions of African Americans and other ethnic groups right African Americans up front make sure we get that box checked you guys want to get in that room to okay come on who's coming in and then they just started to Albanians live manias Germans Hungarians Irish Bohemians Bohemians you a W. and the young and so the LGBTQ community said well we're not on there we don't we're not even in the etcetera is so now they're in there too so good luck to you have Hey good luck to you if your history teacher props to you man because if your history teacher and you're listening to me right now in trying to find someone from Lichtenstein whose contributed to Illinois history now I think south of I eighty this is gonna be problematic I'm a little surprised I got the bill passed I mean you think about it aren't there is well I guess most of the legislators you know the acres are red but the people are blue in Illinois so I guess most of the lawmakers or from the city in the immediate surrounding suburbs and so you don't really have to care what they think about this in Effingham because there aren't that many people and having him okay look at that on my phone line to ring in what what they want to talk about we're all set to welcome the Houston Astros to this their plans to Tuesday double header the first pitch for game one is at three forty three three oh five who immediately following going into the evening thunderous applause for awaits a double header seven twenty W. 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"john abe" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"john abe" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Wednesday's hearing defended the US relationship with the Saudi kingdom is difficult to imagine a successful US effort to undercut cine extremism or keep Iran and check without engaging and partnering with the kingdom this is not to say that I'm unaware of the challenges facing the US Saudi partnership today. Warren Yemen, the senseless killing of Jamal kashogi G riffs in the Gulf alliance. Alleged abuses of innocent people to include an American citizen and female activists all present immediate challenges yet in the long run. We need a strong and mature partnership with Saudi Arabia during the Senate hearing Republican Senator Marco Rubio directly attacked Saudi Crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman. Balance all of this with this important regional strategic partnership because this guy's making it harder. He's gone full gangster. And it's difficult to work with a guy. Like that. No matter how important the relationship is. Senator Marco Rubio to talk more about the US alliance with Saudi Arabia and the nomination of General John Zayd, we're joined by two guests in Washington. DC retired. Colonel Vietnam war vet Andrew base vici. Recently wrote a piece for lemonde diplomatic headlined ABI Zayd of Arabia. He's the author of several books including twilight of the American century, professor emeritus of international relations and history of Boston University. And here in New York William part Tung, director of the armed security project at the center for international policy. We welcome you both to democracy now, and your basic, which let's begin with you this hearing yesterday and again for the first time in two years, the possibility of having a US ambassador to Saudi Arabia, your Cessna of John be Sade. Well, first of all we have in had an ambassador for two years. I think suggest how important it is to have ambassadors. They don't make policy general Abbas aid won't make policy US policy toward Saudi Arabia is made in Washington more. Specifically, it's made in the White House more specifically still lit appears to be made by the president's son-in-law. So Abbas aid had a very successful career as US army officer finishing up four star general commanded central command. I think the highlight of his tenure as commander of central command occurred soon after he was appointed to the position this is summer of two thousand and three after the fall of Baghdad just as resistance to US ocupation is beginning to form and the line offered by secretary of defense Rumsfeld at that time was that the resistance was of no consequence. It was a few dead enders. There's and things were on track and Abbas aid to his credit ahead to courage to say, no, we are facing the beginnings of an insurgency, which was a correct assessment. The problem is that over the remaining course of his tenure as commander of central command little of what he did resulted in an effective response to that insurgency things. Just kept getting worse. So kudos to him for a moment of honesty. But if we judge him against the great captains of of history. He doesn't rate very high. And then you are assessing of say his record and Trump's decision to to nominate him as the next embassador to Saudi Arabia. I think the fact that he was head of central command during the height of the Iraq intervention alone should disqualify him from being investor is Andrew base of it said, it's not. A powerful post it doesn't make policy, but I think it's the wrong signal puts a military face on a US foreign posits already over militarized. And I think his testimony where he called things like the Yemen war and the murder of Shoji challenges those challenges those were crimes, and I think the fact that he's already soft peddling that doesn't bode well for how he would serve as ambassador I like to go back to two thousand three when then President Bush stood on aircraft carrier onto a giant mission accomplished banner and declared the end of the war in Iraq. My fellow Americans. Major combat operations in Iraq have ended in the battle of Iraq, the United States and our allies have prevailed. That's Bush's so called mission accomplished speech in may of two thousand three just weeks after the US invaded Iraq Andrew base, which in your recent piece for Lamont diplomatic headlined Zeh the Arabia you point out that the following year in two thousand four John Abe's eight coined.

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"john abe" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"john abe" Discussed on Best of Both Worlds Podcast

"PM eight pm is not an ideal time day, but I'd like to make better use of that time. I think we did do an episode on evenings at some point in the very early on. If you go to Laura vendor, Cam dot com website. There's. Sort of the the start here Laura's favorites or something one of one of the best of things I have on there. There's ways to spend the evening hours with little kids, which is a it's just something that doesn't happen to us now because our school age kids have evening activities. So it's like the evening's over before we even know it I feel a lot of the time. But when they were really little that was not the case, especially when I had a two year old who never slapped he was not into sleeping at all in his soul has but he's eleven now can entertain himself there were long evenings. So it was a lot of time which are not always gonna feel precious now. It's okay. It's okay. If they don't feel pressured like take that pressure off yourself. It's just time. It's time like getting up just because you are working parent doesn't mean you never see your kids like so get that thought out of your head right now, you're probably spending quite a bit of time with your children. So you don't. Actually have to think of every half hour, as you know, some miracle yet because it's not gonna feel like a miracle big chunks of the time. But it doesn't matter. It's all good anyway. So I think, you know, having a plan was always helpful for me like, you know, especially when I lived in New York who might go get in the stroller and go for an evening walk. Right. That would be something we could do, you know, if you're in a place that doesn't have sidewalks or lights that might be less feasible. But you know, there might be a building playroom that we had in our apartment that we went there. But it could be that you wanna do certain puzzle with your kids or you want to play a certain game. Maybe you're not excited about every game in the world. But you could get excited about one. And then you because you are in charge. You can force them to play that. Yeah. What he said. Yeah. I feel like having sort of a time template that really works for you. Like, you know. Okay. I mean, number one, I will also say what I'm not on call trying to that is to stash my phone. On this little dish month from her old house dish on and not have that eruption that is gonna put a wrench in any kind of bonding that might occur in the for me. Not always so precious time, but still it's time, but kind of knowing like, okay, we like to try to play from this time into this time we led to do bath. And then we like to do this in just I'm sure this is self explanatory. Most of your plan rituals. We're really thinking like what works. What doesn't I actually don't have dinner with the kids Muslims? I'm so they're fed already. So we can kind of just about that time to okay, just play. And then usually, you know, for me, I do bedtime with John Abe's, that's kind of a quiet nice ritual. And I let my kids have beautiful precious ritual of watching TV show while. Yeah. Exactly shipped over to mice time with the big kids. And for me, what makes that time feel like it's worthy of being savored is snuggling on the couch with the book like choosing one that that I like in China just making that up. A a ritual for us. So, you know, I don't tend to do a lot of outings. I mean, I can imagine a walk when it's still light out, but general generally just sort of following our template, but inserting elements that I might enjoy into whether that the game that I go to a puzzle together or just even using the right kind of books to read together. Wine wine is good too that the winds are in bath time. I in that time or wind during that dinner white is watching show rate before you start time. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly or money..

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