4 Burst results for "Lily White School"
"lily white school" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Sugar, sugar, sugar, sugar, or fried fried fried fried fried fried fried fried. Anyway, I know it's one 808 four 8 9 two two two let's go to Chris who's calling from New Jersey or turn to be heard he had WABC Chris. That story about Bob Dylan wandering around down in long branch. If I'm not mistaken, I'm on the road, but if I'm not mistaken, he told the police he was looking for there was a little house in long race where Bruce Springsteen supposedly wrote the entire born to run album and that's what he told the police he was doing down there. And then they picked them up and he was about a half mile away from the hotel where he was staying. Now Chris. He believe any of that, Chris. I don't believe that, but I know that's the story that was published in the NJ dot com store ledger. That's when you're doing this wandering around, looking for the house, spring school wrote the entire board to run album on a piano at the house still stands a little bungalow. You know, he was trying to score a nickel and dime bag. He probably had run out of do Genie smoke. I believe that, but that was the story. I remember you were trying, he said, Victorian architecture, but that was what he gave the police. Aha. So they gave him cover. So that he wouldn't get busted for trying to score nickel and dime bag over by the project saying long branch. Exactly. And that's where the bungalow is located. Yeah, I know, I've spent I gave a speech one time in long branch high school in the auditorium, tried to straighten out those young huckleberries, those young men and women. I looked at the young man, they were all like belligerent of listening to you. I said, your problem is that you do all your activity below your navel when really what you ought to be thinking about is the muscle between your ears and they nearly had a riot in the place. And the principle and the guidance counselor asked me, Chris never to come back again to long branch high school. And I said, no problem. Oh, the hell cares. I'm in there to discipline these kids. You're a catering to them. They're running the school they're talking all kinds of trash. And I'm telling them their problem is they spend too much time thinking about the muscle below their navel instead of preparing the muscle between both their ears, their brain. And they gave me, first of all, it's beautiful auditorium. If any of you have gone along in high school, I was in there, I was like, wow. What a great auditorium in that public high school. I know it's one 808 four 8 9 two two two. That's one 808 four 8 WABC. Let's go to Michael in New Jersey. Your turn to be heard here at WABC, Michael. As far as Jimmy Carter, without a doubt, he was one of the worst, worst presidents this country ever had. But I respect him for one reason he was not a hypocrite. That you can say that he was. He was not a hypocrite. He did what he said and he said what he did when he came time for him to come to Washington D.C. to serve as the president, his daughter, Amy went to public school. He didn't ship her off to one of these lily white schools and white land here, the way a certain president did who constantly screened segregate racism racism, racism, and sent his two daughters, which are Sasha and Malika, and if you know the two daughters, you know which president I'm talking about, Obama who sent us two daughters to that lily white high school located in lily white Georgetown. And Jimmy Carter wasn't like that. He sent his daughter to a public school. So for that, I respect him. That is correct. In fact, he sent them to that Quaker school in many presidents have sent it children to very white. Very elite, very detached from any kind of a normal school population, but you are correct. And the school is located where and lily lily white Georgetown. You do not see any minority here, but Obama can't be screened racism, racism, racism. But Obama was a hypocrite. Whereas Jimmy Carter, even though he was allowed, he president was not a hypocrite. Well, remember, was Jimmy Carter who got suckered by Fidel Castro who then decided to open up his mental asylums. His versions and release all those folks he didn't want in the Mario Leto, boat left in 1980. Jimmy Carter was actually right there on the east coast of Florida. Right near Miami. I think it was either in day county or Broward county. He was there with his wife Rosalind at that time, and they were welcoming. Mario Leto what they thought were refugees, most of whom were just criminals. And as I told the story many times, he picks up the phone, Jimmy Carter, and he calls his very dear friend, the up and coming governor of the state of Arkansas, a boy, governor, Bill Clinton. And he says, hey, can you take some of these Mario Leto's and house them at four chafee, which is right outside of lit rock. He said, certainly. And then those Mario Leto's showing gratitude to America which welcomed them. After they got crushed over those 90 miles of shock infested waters and made it to Florida, burned the freaking four down. The voting center in Arkansas took it out on Bill Clinton and Hillary. He ran for reelection as governor and they voted for his adversary, although in that time period there were two years cycle. So he came back two years later. He had the deathbed conversion, all of a sudden he was tough for moderate Democrat and he almost lost his political career because he did a favor for Jimmy Carter. They actually had a very, very good relationship, not as ex-president. Jimmy Carter didn't seem to get along with either Bush 41 Bush 43. Barack Obama
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"lily white school" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"So if you believe it, hey, that's good for you. So anyway, give us a call 8 four four 747 88 68. What do you think Joe Biden is going to say tonight? 8 four four 747 88 68. Now I want to say something about Joe Biden. Yesterday, Biden was giving a series of speeches and it's very clear the mental decline is severe in this man. Cut number one, please. If anybody think if we're doing it for the first time now in the 20th, 21st century going into the 26th from the 20th century going into the second quarter of the 21st century, that we'd say 12 years is enough. I think 12 years enough in the going into 2030, 40, 50. That's just terrible. The man doesn't even know what year it is. He also went on to say that he attended a historically black college in Delaware. He said that he attended Delaware state university we've got that audio. Let's take a listen. It's great to be in Florida memorial university, one of the nation's great HBCUs. I'm a big fan of HBCUs. I got my start at one of those other HBCUs. Delaware state university. Okay, guys, pretty good, man. What? No, was it corn pop was this roommate? No, that's not true. He went to the university of Delaware. Not Delaware state university. He went to a lily white school. And then sadly, and again, and I want to preface this. The tragedy around his son Beau is just awful. We're not making fun of this. But Biden, once again, claimed that his son died in Iraq. And they talk about inflation. You know, we're dealing with a whole segment inflation is a worldwide problem right now. Because of a war in Iraq and the impact on oil and which Russia is doing. I mean, there's going to be more in Ukraine. And I think in Iraq, because that's what my son died. No, it's not. No, his son died years later of brain cancer on American soil. He was not in Iraq. Folks, this is just, it's really a tragedy. What they're putting Biden through. And again, whatever Biden says tonight, that's not coming from his mouth that's coming from somebody else's. He's just mumbling the words on the teleprompter. Speaking of mumbling, cut number 19. Promised he promised to have an infrastructure week. For four years, he promised infrastructure. Well, guess what? What? What? What? What? Guess what? We don't even know what you're saying, sir. This is all on doctor misses, First Lady Joe Biden. The woman who craves power and craves The White House so much, she was willing to commit senior abuse to gain office. I mean, that's what this is all about. So anyway, the guy is just completely off of his rocker. He is forgetting things. There are a couple of days ago, Kamala Harris had to literally stop the man from walking off the edge of a stage. And I'm not sure why she even did that because that is honestly to her benefit for him to just walk right off into the darkness..
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Joe Biden Displays His Mental Decline Once Again
"Very clear the mental decline is severe in this man. Cut number one, please. If anybody think if we're doing it for the first time now in the 20th, 21st century going into the 26th from the 20th century going into the second quarter of the 21st century, that we'd say 12 years is enough. I think 12 years enough in the going into 2030, 40, 50. That's just terrible. The man doesn't even know what year it is. He also went on to say that he attended a historically black college in Delaware. He said that he attended Delaware state university we've got that audio. Let's take a listen. It's great to be in Florida memorial university, one of the nation's great HBCUs. I'm a big fan of HBCUs. I got my start at one of those other HBCUs. Delaware state university. Okay, guys, pretty good, man. What? No, was it corn pop was this roommate? No, that's not true. He went to the university of Delaware. Not Delaware state university. He went to a lily white school. And then sadly, and again, and I want to preface this. The tragedy around his son Beau is just awful. We're not making fun of this. But Biden, once again, claimed that his son died in Iraq. And they talk about inflation. You know, we're dealing with a whole segment inflation is a worldwide problem right now. Because of a war in Iraq and the impact on oil and which Russia is doing. I mean, there's going to be more in Ukraine. And I think in Iraq, because that's what my son died. No, it's not. No, his son died years later of brain cancer
Good Life Project
"lily white school" Discussed on Good Life Project
"Was like, ugh, and now in hindsight, I'm like, wow, like the amount of effort it took to make me appreciate what we do have at home that we have food at home. And that there are people who need things that I might want, but that I don't necessarily need and that what that person needs supersedes what I want, even as a kid, just genius. So anyway, that was kind of the environment I grew up in. And of course I came out the way that I have come out because there was so much intention that went into it. But going back to Chelsea with the voice for the boys list thing, there was a point in middle school where I spoke to a group of middle schoolers today, actually. And they were like, Blair, you're so cool. And I was like, that's wild that you think so, because I didn't have any friends. I was always sitting by myself. I actually used to eat lunch. As fast as possible and then go sit in the library and read the Guinness Book of World Records and then try to memorize all the words in the dictionary. And when Chelsea, who's two years younger than me, started going to middle school with me, I noticed that she would stay out on the playground and not care if people didn't invite her. And I was like, oh, like, wow, you know, I had this kind of ableist infantilization of Chelsea at that time where I was like, wow, she just bought not noticed that she's not being included. And at one point Chelsea was like, we were talking about a party that she didn't get invited to. And I was like, oh, that's so messed up. Like, I'll talk to her to make sure that she invites you and tells me he's like, well, why would I want to go if she has to be told to invite me? Like, why would I want to go somewhere where people don't want me there? And I was like, wow. And so Chelsea taught me so much about self advocacy and being okay with not being included because why would you want to be somewhere where people don't want to have you and learning to love myself and then also like Chelsea would if push came to shove Chelsea would like to defend herself with arms with hands and it was just one of those things where it was very deeply formative for me because I had such a, I think, different outlook. I felt connected to somebody at all times. I knew going into the workforce that I will be taking care of Chelsea, our entire lives, you know? That's just a fact. And so when I make a life decision, even moving away from home, like I knew I would have to move home eventually. And it's funny because when I first moved back home talking about shifting dynamics, I was like trying to take care of like ten to Chelsea in the same way I did as a kid. And Chelsea is extremely independent and doesn't need me as much anymore. And so Alex said in her bedroom and she's like Blair, are you bored? Do you need something to do? You can leave. And so it's just been a journey and experience, but she's intensely private. She does not like being on my social media and I respect that. And it's been really cool to grow together and to see a whole community grow together the last thing I'll say, because I know I've been talking forever here, but is that one of the girls that Chelsea was very close friends with is now a teacher in Atlanta and she primarily teaches black students who have developmental disabilities cognitive disabilities. And I just remember the drama and the politics of this very lily white school very wealthy school and us being there and them having amazing resources, but like the kids that would invite Chelsea and include Chelsea and the ones that wouldn't and how a lot of those kids that did include Chelsea ended up working in helping professions or like joining TFA and it's just been really beautiful to see and I think with Mackenzie shout out to Mackenzie like living those values in her current career. It's really cool to see how we can treat difference in marginalize it or we can embrace difference and allow ourselves to see and experience a full breadth of the human experience instead of one narrow normative aspect. And allow ourselves to be changed by it also and not sort of say like, well, I'm quote normal and they're not or like this is the way that we're supposed to be and but actually just allow ourselves to just kind of like all the human beings existing as we are and to change and be changed by the experience of relationship no matter who that relationship is with. So when you grow up in that environment and then you head off to LSU, clearly you're not just going to leave behind this advocates impulse. This is a part. This is like a part of your DNA at that point in your life. So rather than just say, I'm going to go all in on my school work and nothing else. You're like, yes and okay, so I'm going to study history. I'm going to go deep into the areas that I care deeply about. And at the same time, there are things happening in the world around me even local right here on campus that I care about. And I can't not step into some sort of leadership and activism and advocacy role. And that sounds like it really, it becomes a central part of that experience for you at the same time. Oh, 100%. I had such a liberal arts college. I thought that all schools were liberal arts colleges. And so I went to LSU, which is very much like a down home, southern folks would have gun racks, locked up on their cars. You'd have folks who would go mudding. You had folks who went noodling, which is when you stick your arm into and get catfished to eat your arm, then you pull it out and you fish, which I experience to the stuff of that too, crawfish and not to say that's the only thing going on, but it was a stark contrast from what I had experienced where and I'm so glad I went through it because, you know, kind of in that the experiences I had had, whenever you have a shift in worldview, you have to reckon with the fact that for a big part of it because of confirmation bias, you think what you've gone through is the best way to live. And then you have a different way of life, and you're like, oh, and I think because of this West Coast coastal, the coastal elite thing, like when I was growing up, there was High School Musical, and I was like, oh, this is just like my school. And that was kind of exported other places where it didn't match folks. We had one person who was a teen who was pregnant at the school, and it was like a whole to do. And I had folks at LSU who had their kids who were bringing to class because child care wasn't I mean, they do have more child care now since I've left, but it was just a stark contrast where that was really common or folks dropping out to go work on oil refinery because they, like it was a better opportunity for them than to finish a degree. It was just a different understanding. I also had a lot of class privilege where somebody's house in the neighborhood got occupied during occupy Wall Street because they were executive for Wells Fargo. And so a lot of the folks here didn't experience job loss or their complete lives being upended during the financial collapse, whereas at LSU, you had folks who experienced Hurricane Katrina, and then the financial collapse. And so it was a different level of oppression that didn't always go across racial lines..