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Rep. Kat Cammack: The White House Needs to Hire Mr. Clean

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 15 hrs ago

Rep. Kat Cammack: The White House Needs to Hire Mr. Clean

"Right One representative was talking with Harris faulkner today and mention that how bad this is how bad it looks for the Democrats Listen you and I have had many talks about fema and aid for people in need Last time it was about baby formula this time it's about hurricane Ian Your first thoughts when you heard the vice president of the United States make those comments Well good to see you Harris and honestly at this point I feel like The White House needs to hire mister clean for their spokesperson because clearly all that job entails is cleaning up the mess of the president and the vice president She needs to go back to the salad bar and rework her word salad as she has been known to do Because she is absolutely out of line to suggest that aid after this disastrous once in 5 year storm is going to be based on equity or race or socioeconomic status We are here for all Americans not just Republicans or Democrats all Americans So we're doing what good Americans do We're responding to our friends and neighbors in need And it's just disgusting that they would try to politicize this Just as they tried to do that last Friday when they sent $2 billion of fema money to the border that is ridiculous on the same day that hurricane Ian smacked my home state It's a real shame Harris Yeah She's right by the way I feel like The White House needs to hire mister clean for their spokesperson after she's saying well we should only help the people that look like me That's by the way racism I don't know why it's so hard for people to say it but it's true Clearly the vice president of the United States of America is a racist because when you look at a national disaster a tragedy and talk about the way that she talks about it right And then sits there and is like yeah we're totally fine Talking about this way This is not something that she's embarrassed by

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'Mr. Putin, don't misunderstand what I'm saying': US will protect NATO domain, Biden says

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

'Mr. Putin, don't misunderstand what I'm saying': US will protect NATO domain, Biden says

"Tensions are soaring even higher between Russia and the west over Moscow's war in Ukraine Russian president Vladimir Putin has formalized the illegal annexation of more Ukrainian territory and vowed to protect it forever Vladimir zelensky followed with an accelerated Ukrainian push to join NATO would Putin has long called a red line and a move the U.S. and other allies do not endorse As Moscow and Kyiv continued their fight the U.S. ripped Putin's land grab The sham routine that he put on this morning President Biden says the U.S. is sanctioning anyone who backs Putin's illegitimate move and will support any Ukrainian effort to reclaim its land He's not going to scare us and he doesn't or

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Chris Kohls, AKA Mr. Reagan, Pays Homage to 'Gutsy' Hillary Clinton

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Chris Kohls, AKA Mr. Reagan, Pays Homage to 'Gutsy' Hillary Clinton

"A recent video about C, mister Reagan, tell us about her performance on the view. Why doesn't she just go off and play with her grandchildren or murder somebody else as it is alleged? I mean, seriously. You know, it's funny that you happen to go hang out with the firemen over there in New York because Hillary rodham Clinton also went and hung out with the ladies of the fire department there in New York. I don't know if you're aware of that. I am not. I am not do tell. Yeah, yeah, and because they did this show for, I believe it was for Hulu called gutsy. I don't know, Apple TV, I believe. Called gutsy. Which is not, I'm sorry. Let me just be rude here in misogynistic. Not a good title for a TV show hosted by Hillary Clinton. You concur. I absolutely concur. I bet you've been writing the coattails of Bill Clinton for her entire career, essentially, being essentially gifted political positions her entire adult life. So did you actually watch this show that you said she went to visit some I'm going to, I'm going to watch it. I'm going to have to get drunk or something. I'm not really sure. Get a bottle of aard bag scotch or something and just sit there and watch. But no, so she says on the view. She says that they say, what's the gutsiest thing that you've done? And she says, well, doing the show was really gutsy because, you know, we did all these crazy things. She goes, you know, I learned to tango. I'm like, okay, I don't know if that's gutsy, but all right, what else? She's like, oh, we made acorn soup. Hang on, hang on. No, no. This is a mister pagan satire skit. She didn't say. She didn't say dancing the tango and making acorn soup is gutsy. Are you joshing me? Is it April 1st? If you don't want to watch the actual view episode, watch my take on it. It's hilarious. And

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Mr. Anti Racism Ibram Kendi Thinks Standardized Tests Are Racist

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:18 min | Last month

Mr. Anti Racism Ibram Kendi Thinks Standardized Tests Are Racist

"I want to weigh in on a very interesting skirmish. That is going on between the conservative black linguist, his name is John mcwhorter. And mister anti racism himself, the critical legal theory guru ibram kendi. I first learned about this from kendi not from mcwhorter, but kendi is attacking an article that mcwhorter published in The New York Times. The article is called lower black and Latino pass rates. Don't make a test racist. And ibram candi goes basically when you have a test and the facts are kind of clear. The test that we're talking about is called the association of social work boards test. This is to become basically a social worker. And it turns out that if you administer this test, 84% of whites who take the test pass it. But only 65% of Latinos and 45% of blacks. Now, I should say right at the outset that this pattern of whites doing better, Latinos doing less well, blacks, least well of all, applies to every test. No matter whether you're talking about a math test, given at the 7th grade, or you talk about the LSAT or the G Mac to get into graduate school or the firefighters test or the police sergeants exam. It doesn't matter what the desk was you name the test. If you administer it to a random sample of blacks, whites, Hispanics, and Asians, you will get this result. So this is what has to be explained. Why is it the different groups are doing so unequally? What ibram kendi basically goes is there are two possibilities. Either the test is racist or something is wrong with black people. And ibram kendi goes since we all know that nothing is wrong with black people. Therefore, the test must be racist. This is literally the caliber of reasoning. So ibram kendi is in a sense daring you to say that there is something wrong with black people, otherwise he's forcing you to admit that the problem is not with the test takers, but with the test itself.

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FBI Agent Resigns Over Hunter Biden Scandal

The Officer Tatum Show

01:10 min | Last month

FBI Agent Resigns Over Hunter Biden Scandal

"I want to still talk about this guy named Mr. T bolt. I think I'm saying his name. He's the FBI agent that they ran out of there. Not only was he biased in his investigation into Trump or the information that was provided to ray and the rest of them, Merrick Garland, not only was he biased in the information that was given to them, which is why they got him out of there. He also shut down a Hunter Biden's on Hunter Biden investigation. I don't know if you guys are aware of this, and I know I said it every time I talk. Do y'all understand that Joe Biden's son, while Joe Biden was the vice president of the United States of America, was doing deals in Ukraine. He was doing dirty deals in Ukraine. He was working for burisma. He can't even speak the language there. You see pictures of him snoring Coke off prostitutes. He is not a businessman. And he ain't over there doing business. But they paint a millions of dollars. Because his father was the vice president ladies and gentlemen, they paying to play.

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Sebastian Checks In With 'Mr. War Room' Stephen K. Bannon

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:24 min | 2 months ago

Sebastian Checks In With 'Mr. War Room' Stephen K. Bannon

"War room is with us now, Steve Bannon welcome first. Thank you, doctor gorka, always glad to be here. All right, let's we could speak for hours. You're doing an incredible job on war room. I've got a long list of stuff. I want to ask you my team is asking me to ask you. But first, I need the latest update from you. They are coming after you hard and heavy. How are you doing Steve and how are you feeling about taking your fight to the next level for contempt of Congress or all Americans should be held in contempt of Congress because that's what they deserve. But give us the truth. But look, it's a part of a process. Everybody's under pressure, they're coming after everybody. I mean, Washington Post announced the other day that Justice Department is looking at president Trump. But if you're going to stand up for your country now, when patriots need to stand up, they're going to come for you. They're going to come for you through lawfare. They're going to come through physical violence. I just got swatted a couple of weeks ago, very dangerous situation, hundred officers out front with weapons drawn. And I get threats all the time, but everybody does. If you're going to do this, you got to commit to do it. And like I said, it is what it is. We're all about victory. As you know, when you set out to take Vienna, take Vienna. And that's all I'm focused on. Everything else, everything they're coming at with me is noise. I've got great lawyers, we're obviously going to win on appeal, but it's just part of a process. I appreciate everybody's support.

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Pres. Donald Trump: Why 'Mr. Wonderful' Likes Trump

The Dan Bongino Show

00:45 sec | 4 months ago

Pres. Donald Trump: Why 'Mr. Wonderful' Likes Trump

"Did You were my first guest You got great ratings I was happy about it You never know And that's okay Yeah you deserve royalties You ever watch Shark Tank you know mister wonderful He loves royalties You should win all the ratings you bring in Gosh you could make a fortune He is right He's a great guy You know mister wonderful likes Trump Yeah Well I like this Because he's wonderful He's great You know mister president you know why he likes Trump Let me tell you something 'cause he likes to make money And that's why a lot of people miss Trump right now because a lot of people like money are seeing it get flushed down the toilet with this buffoon in The White House now mister president I mean we miss you we need you back It's terrible then I've never seen anything like it Never seen anything like

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Blue Jays beat Yanks 2-1, end New York's 11-game win streak

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Blue Jays beat Yanks 2-1, end New York's 11-game win streak

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John Solomon and Sebastian Discuss Elon Musk's Twitter Deal

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:00 min | 5 months ago

John Solomon and Sebastian Discuss Elon Musk's Twitter Deal

"Day's a great day with John Solomon, but to analyze the breaking news, not just from Durham, new indictments that you are the expert on, but this news of what was it, 37 minutes ago. So to be honest with you, and I don't get everything right, only 99.9% of the time. Is that what rush used to say? God bless you, rush. I didn't think this was going to happen. At least not happen this quickly, accepting the $43 billion deal. Isn't this, you are a media Maven. This is social media, but isn't this really dropping a massive kitty cat amongst the pigeons of social media? Yeah, listen, it's an unusual deal. I mean, listen, at the end of the day, Elon Musk has the money to do whatever he wants with Twitter. He can make it better. He can make it a vanity play. He can make it what it used to be. And we don't know what his intentions are other than. He says he wants to get rid of the censorship mentality there. So I take him at his word because he usually delivers on what he says. So the idea that Twitter had to be bought in order to get it out of censorship is in and of itself stunning it. It shows you how far we've evolved from two years ago when we used to think that free speech was okay. Now we got Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton. Everybody out there saying, we got to send some more. We're going to censor more and Twitter was the main, one of the main efforts, the great censorship. Now it's going to be taken off the table. That's going to have a tremendous blow to liberals who want to keep exercising their censorship. They're going to lose one of the main high profile tools that that was done. Now, we don't know how the market's going to react, right? One of the things I do know is I've been talking to his team today, president Trump has no intention to go back to Twitter. So Trump nation is not going back to Twitter. But we'll see, do liberals leave it because they want more censorship. I don't know yet. Elon Musk is a brilliant businessman. We'll just have to wait and see what he does with the property.

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Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:44 min | 5 months ago

Biologist Colin Wright Describes His Political Journey

"So have you seen that tweet from Elon Musk that everybody is talking about? Even Ben Shapiro had to play with it, put a box on it and say something about the overton window trying to be very, very, very smart. This is the image that Elon talked about that everybody's misinterpreting. It is a delightful image about my fellow liberals conservatives on one side of a scale in 2008. I got to remember this is radio as well. So we describe it for you. It's a scale. Then in 2012, what happens the left runs away from the center and last year in 2021, the progressives have gone radical left, the center has moved and they've pulled it and little on me is left in the middle, and I'm called a bigot. Why did he repost it? When did he get it from? Well, there's an individual who I reached out to when I saw him very graciously tweet, hey, thanks, Elon, for using my image. He didn't say, hey, dude, where do you steal it from? We're delighted to have Colin Wright biologist with us. He's the founder of reality's last stand. Welcome to America first. Yeah, I appreciate you having me on here. Thank you. So you've been a guest on my buddy's podcast trigonometry. I'm going to post that video guys, watch it. But let's get to this news breaking viral image. A lot of people don't get it. Explain what you meant by that time elapsed graph. Yeah, this really just explains my own political journey, the title for it originally had was my political journey. You know, I've been a lifelong Democrat. I've always voted Democrat in my life, voted Barack Obama two times, voted for Hillary and the first Trump election, and then Tulsi Gabbard in the last one. So Democrat Democrat Democrat. What I'm showing in that cartoon is between 2008. Let's put the image up while Collins talking. Go ahead. Yeah, so what it shows is between 2008 and 2021. I've remained in the same place. I used to be squarely on the left next to my fellow liberals, but over time the people to my left sort of ran out to the left, dragging the political spectrum out with them, and then dragging the center of the political spectrum past me so that I'm now basically on the right now. Even though I've just remained completely stationary and where I've been, my values haven't changed. But now I find myself in this weird position that you are currently finding themselves in, of being called a bigot for holding views that were completely normalized just 5 years

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Agnes Gibboney Describes Her Son's Untimely Death 20 Years Ago

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | 5 months ago

Agnes Gibboney Describes Her Son's Untimely Death 20 Years Ago

"First guest of the day delighted to have somebody I call a personal friend. She's a warrior for the truth. Agnes, angel mother, are you there? I am. How are you, doctor gorka? I'm good. I'm good because it's a Friday. However, I am sad to hear from you that the mainstream media don't want to talk to you lately. You have a very somber anniversary to discuss. Tell us what you wish to remind everybody across this nation of. Well, I wanted to remind everyone that this past Wednesday celebrated my son's 20th anniversary of his murder. And very heartbreaking that in 20 years, nothing has got in our country, but it got worse and disaster at the border. There's going to be more victims like me like my family and our government is doing absolutely nothing about it. It is very heartbreaking. This for some reason was a very, very difficult anniversary. I relive every feeling I had 20 years ago. And to make things worse. Let's remind everybody who hasn't heard you on our show before. And this is a photograph of you and me in front of the capitol when you asked me to speak with some other angel moms. You've got a T-shirt with a photograph of your grown son above it. It says permanently permanent family separation. How are you separated from your son talk to us about your son, tell a millions of lessons across this nation, your tragic story. Sure. My son was shot and killed by a previously deported criminal illegal alien who intended to shoot his friend in the back. And my son noticed somebody coming approaching him from behind in the dark as my son was leaving the driveway. And he fired in my son got Ebola in the arm. And I'm so sad to say this was particularly very difficult because this guy, my son's best friend, Robert, is my hero, or should I say, was my hero because he just passed away this past Monday, two days before Ronald X anniversary. So I'm very heartbroken about his loss. He was my last connection to my

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Embiid hits winning 3 in OT, 76ers beat Raptors for 3-0 lead

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

Embiid hits winning 3 in OT, 76ers beat Raptors for 3-0 lead

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Videos show Patrick Lyoya shot in head by Michigan officer

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Videos show Patrick Lyoya shot in head by Michigan officer

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Executives Have Hijacked Disney, Likely Against Mr. Walt's Wishes

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 6 months ago

Executives Have Hijacked Disney, Likely Against Mr. Walt's Wishes

"Meanwhile back at Disney let me just say this about Disney The corporatists that run Disney now and these employees were demanding that Disney been to its will They have taken an institution and American institution iconic institution and they've hijacked it That's what they've done in our elementary and secondary schools That's what they've done with our media And this is what was promoted This indoctrination and the techniques About a 110 years ago with the early marxists progressives as they called themselves They need to insinuate themselves and secrete themselves into all aspects of the culture And they demand uniformity and conformity That's what they do So they take something that Walt Disney created who was a conservative who was a family man who believed in tradition A man of faith and they took what this man created and all the people around him created And by the way he almost went broke He mortgaged his home to start it all and everything else And they're destroying it Like they destroy everything else on the left They're destroying it

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Average US gas price rises 22% in two weeks to record $4.43

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 7 months ago

Average US gas price rises 22% in two weeks to record $4.43

"The average price for a gallon of regular grade gasoline nationwide has shot up to a record high I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look the new average prices for forty three that's a twenty two percent increase over the past two weeks a whopping seventy nine cents the fuel price analyst trilby Lundberg says diesel is up even more the dollar eighteen per gallon and that diesel hike will further feed inflation the diesel fuel impact on consumers are so extreme the publisher of the Lundberg survey notes oil prices were already going up but Russia's invasion of Ukraine in the sanctions that's prompted especially with the combination of the banned by the US on imports from Russia are driving this price surge because Russia is the second biggest exporter of oil after Saudi Arabia and it follows a sustained period of curtailed global output or some OPEC members unable to keep up with production targets and the decline in US production Mr whether gas prices pause a little ago yet higher Lundberg says the only unlikely thing is for them to grow up right now I'm Ben Thomas

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Klay Thompson scores season-high 38, Warriors top Bucks

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Klay Thompson scores season-high 38, Warriors top Bucks

"Klay Thompson scored a season high thirty eight points in leading the warriors past the defending NBA champion box one twenty two one oh nine Thompson had a second thirty point performance since returning January ninth from a two year absence following knee and Achilles surgeries Milwaukee native Jordan Poole returned a Golden State starting lineup and scored thirty points with five three pointers the warriors scored the first eleven points of the second half to go ahead seventy eight fifty eight yeah Mr tend to Cooper had thirty one points and eight rebounds but the warriors defense held the rest of the box down as Milwaukee ended a six game winning streak on the ferry

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Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:36 min | 7 months ago

Eric and James O'Keefe on What We Can Learn From 'Mr. Jones'

"Welcome back folks. I'm talking to James O'Keefe founder of project veritas, author of the new book American muckraker rethinking journalism for the 21st century. So James, I was just referring to this film mister Jones, which talks about Gareth Jones, a Welsh journalist who sees in Soviet Russia in the Soviet Union in the early 30s. What Stalin is doing, which is evil with a capital E but the other journalists, most notably Walter duranty of The New York Times who won a Pulitzer Prize that's never been rescinded for effectively giving cover to Stalin's genocidal murderous regime. But I thought it's so incredible because what the story of the film shows is how one of these reporters, one of these journalists, Vanessa Kirby's character, initially she's basically said, I believe in this communist utopia. And I'm willing to look the other way for the greater good. She eventually changes. But it struck me that that's where Mary very many American journalists are today. They hate Trump so much or they hate something so much that they're willing to overlook the facts, the story. I mean, the most dramatic example for me was the Hunter Biden laptop. When that story got buried by everybody I thought I just feel like my country is dead. You don't have a country if you don't tell those stories. Well, that's true. And in this book, I write about this idea of in journalism. There's always been a tension between access and autonomy. So what I drew from the movie about Jones movie was a study of the potemkin village, so the guy had access to the Soviet Union, and he was being told these things. And these days, journalists, if not narrative Eric, they tend to relay what they're told by the powerful. They just relay it to you. Okay, here's what The Pentagon says. Here's what Putin is saying. Here's what this guy is saying. Well, that's not really journalism. That's more like public relations. So of course, I can't go to these fraudsters. Hi, I'm James O'Keefe. Tell me all the fraud you're committing. They'll never tell me the truth. So investigative journalism is what you really want. You want, okay, you're told X okay, I'm going to go try to disprove X by finding out why. That's not happening anymore. And the reason is not just politics and narrative, yes, that's some of it. It's also economics. It's expensive and it's difficult to challenge the company line or to challenge the government line. And you burn your access to the government. Right. The Biden administration will punish these

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Biden nominates Jackson, first Black woman, to Supreme Court

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Biden nominates Jackson, first Black woman, to Supreme Court

"President Biden has made his Supreme Court pick my nominee for United States Supreme Court judge cantante jacks she would be the high court's first black woman Jackson is a federal appeals court judge here in Washington in the president's words a proven consensus builder and someone who knows the law must work for the American people she strives to be fair to get it right to do justice standing alongside him in the White House thank you again Mr president for this extraordinary honor if confirmed Jackson would replace justice Stephen Bryer for whom she once clerked as the court waste cases including abortion and voting rights Sager mag ani Washington

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"mr" Discussed on More Content with RJ City

More Content with RJ City

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"mr" Discussed on More Content with RJ City

"Was very distinct and then i remember seventh grade eighth grade. We were at the movies. My friends and i we saw him with his family and i great wonderful seemed like a lovely father and husband and whatever but i was disappointed because just colored in part of him that i didn't want to know because what i had in my head was guy with a pencil behind his ear that just said i guy all the time and they didn't want to think about his home life. I didn't want to know that he does anything else. Except what i know him for. He was a celebrity to me in that so i was very upset about that years. Go by every time. I see friends from elementary school ad for an extended period of time. The conversation will wander towards mr reuter. Sometimes monsieur writer. Oh yeah let me point that out. When he did his french class. You had to call him. Monsieur reiner when he did his gym class. He was mr roy. You could not confuse it too or else you would be corrected. That was serious shit. That was a slap in his face. Know in my in my home you call me one thing in my office. You call me something else. But we are running around doing flaw. You can call me mr roy now but we are when we are in la maison lack. L'ecole you call me monsieur right. That's how good i am at. Franks took me a minute to figure out how to school years. Go by always bring them up. Never left my brain as many of these teachers have not and the joy of remembering their names is that you can look them up online. That's the best madame to rocco seems to be involved in some sort of italian film festival. Now very cool. It's nice to look up. These people got. Oh my god. They're they are so far. I haven't come up on anyone who's died or he's under tragic circumstances which is good makes me happy. It looks up mr roy. Turner who i have friends who are teachers now and they said they saw him at different schools. And you know whatever. So i know he still existed. Meanwhile he always felt like really older to it. His dad like meanwhile he's probably same age. I'm now just people stop wearing khaki pants. Then i looked him up typed in his name. I'm not finding too much. I'm finding there's like a kid from ecuador who has the same name and an instagram. That keeps popping. This is what i'm getting. So i'm very dejected. In that sense my app get nothing. And then i find i click on images because sometimes that's a that's an easier way in visual obviously recognize. The person and i found this beautiful beautiful portrait of mr roy reuter and he's wearing this polo and it's turquoise with like pastels and he standing just in a field. There's grasp behind him. There's a big blue sky and he really. This portrait is incredible. He looks exactly like how i remember him. And that shirt he's wearing is like the perfect kind of mr reuter. If i was going to be mr right for halloween this is how i would want is so i'm reading and of course you know who the hell would be painting portraits of my french slash gym teacher from so long ago and it turns out. It's his father and his father's website and his father was an artist who's now passed away. According to the website and was a classically trained artists and made his living painting. Movie sets and tv sets this stuff with the cbc or was reading his biography which is fascinating like back in the old days. You know those old movie sets that were like incredibly inaccurate but yet still beautiful. It was a reality unto themselves. He did those very very fascinating. And he painted this for his son and the caption says oil on campus. It's forty point six centimeters by thirty point. Four centimeters from two thousand eleven and this is our son a teacher in his spare time sportive comma bird watcher show. Two things are possible here. 'cause i'm hedging. Maybe this guy does not know how to use the common. He's either sportive which he is because he teaches jammies athletic and likes to run long distances and is also bird watcher or he's a competitive burma archer regardless either combination fills me with so much joy and then it says it was gifted meaning. I'm sure he gave it to his son. Why would you paint a picture of you. Sign them and give to somebody else right. I love it it's hi rez. I wanna see if i can make a big print event and put it up or give it to somebody as a gift. It's the one of the most beautiful pictures i've ever seen. Because it's exactly how i remember my childhood. Do you know what i'm saying. I just look at it. And i go. This was what i remember. And i don't want to know the the family man or what he does with his life. Or any disappointments. I want a man in a pastel polo standing in a field. Maybe watching birds. Maybe waiting for kids to show up to run cross country in the heat for three hours. This is mr roy to me. This is monsieur roydon. Today this is my childhood in one beautiful picture. I'm completely completely obsessed with this thing and you know what. Maybe mr ordinary is listening to this. And i you know what if he's listening to this joan contact me. I don't want to know anything about you. You have my love. Thank you for everything. You're amazing do not say another word to me. Because i do not want you to ruin the perfect image of my childhood so with a wistful heart mister and miss ya. I solemnly say. I guy he's been more content with rj city..

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"mr" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"mr" Discussed on RunPod

"I know a lot of people when you go on holiday. They think that's the time to put your to mm-kay away but for me see for me. I mean if we if we get a holiday this summer. My gym k. Is like the first thing in the in the suitcase. Because i just love going abroad and going for run some were whole it gives me a chance to explore but also i just love every morning. Starting by ben it gives me a bit more confidence to kind of wear my bikini as well and just i okay. Feel like have erin the right to be here. I mean i think once you can do when you go on holidays that you can again moderators and said you can take days off. You can go. listen. I'm going to train every monday. Wednesday and friday Today's is when i'm going to not do any activity. That's good because giving your body. Arrest is actually quite good. Because when you do get back into fulltime running what will happen is that you now feel recharge. You've missed it a little bit. It's a bit like if you like steak and have it every day after while it gets boring but if you only have the other day you kind of look forward to if you only have once a week you definitely look for far more On so i do that. All the while intensive treats the way. I treat myself things i like. I have only occasionally and that way look forward to it. Feel like you're kind of like the agony and the academical fitness here as well with mr bush mr motivator come from by the way i mean the name because i mean it's is very good on a well chose name who thought it was a year. I personally think of it first but it's just one day. I was actually in a shopping center during a live. Broadcast and judy finnegan was into studio in the boon and she threw to mention says. I'm going to call it something. Like i'm going to call the motivator when i heard it being. There's a light bulb moment. I'm definitely going to adopt that. And that's what. I did and saw a registered mr motivator an ever since nineteen eighty eight of the mr motivated. You know. that's it any kind of fits in with what i'm about. Yeah absolutely well mr moussavi. If you don't mind if i put a few questions to maybe you could be like at the person that comes up with the solution so many many people have worked hard in the last year. Some of lost weight some of gained weight. Most of us have done booth a seven point. We've all you now. I guess never kind of at the other side looks like you know. There's late at the end of the tunnel and is taken to be disciplined and get into a rhythm with the day's getting longer higher. Can you do that when suddenly you're going back to work. You're going back to the way things used to be. I mean what we've got to remember is unnecessary earlier. It it takes at least twenty one repetitions something become habits so we've got into the habit now of working from home so we're going to have to reteach every recovery train our mind but we have learned so many positive things for the lockdown. The learnt was really important. We've learned that's some of the things that we used to spend a lot of time outside doing. We don't any longer lead to do it with the benefits of a hug. We've learned benefits of actually the common touch. We've learned that. In fact to spending a bit more time when the.

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"mr" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"mr" Discussed on RunPod

"Of what you're about and you know the thing. Is we all work hard. Every single day to strive to get those all important things in our lives but i- richness comes from not the money that we have all those material possessions that we have bolt is all the things up. Money can't buy so the moyer to share the joy of exercise running with your partner with your friend. The better you will feel knows you'll have a body for life because when you're out there i guess what it will stimulate so many different conversations it will take two paces that after you've got to pay a lot of money to go to and also he's just one of those building blocks that makes you a better person in the end so bang on key exercise going never have stop. You see. here is mr motivator. I'm loving this chat already. It can i ask you. When did you start doing exercise. I mean is it just something that you've always done you know. The thing is in terms of me. Person was always things i did which i enjoy doing. I was always into karate and playing basketball. I hated p. I hate running across the fields in shorts. That were so short you can. You can tell exactly religion you had. I just didn't lie that guy. But i like kind of games. We are competitive. And then i. I moved to london back in. Nineteen seventy three when i did. I felt i had to be far more structured. Because i came from the days of boys brigade which paid a very important part of my life which allowed me to all those different activities from gymnastics boss to those things but when it came to london. I was away from the the kind of support mechanism. I had and i had to reestablish new friendships so i started going to the harrow legis center and then going to the harrow. Alleged center ice started running into lots of things. And that's where. I got my first of lightbulb moment when it came to fitness and that was in nineteen ninety-three wilkin into a hole. Where about one hundred hundred and twenty five women were working out to what was then called mobility and there's a different track went on. They do a different move. And and i was transfixed. That was the kind of moment that for me. I saw you know what. I'd love to be doing this full time. And but i didn't know where it would take me and i set up my own classes doing exactly what they were doing. Getting two ladies from that class to teach the classes full man. I learned what they were doing. Then it became derek's classes and and i found i was good at it. People will be traveling twenty miles to come to my classes. I would have on tuesday. I'd have one hundred twenty five people packed in doing classes..

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"mr" Discussed on RunPod

RunPod

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"mr" Discussed on RunPod

"Hello there. Welcome to run poured with me jenni falconer and the whole point of this podcast is where we talk about the feel-good of running and it's to inspire you to get up and go there or perhaps it's to just keep you company on your runs to the just maybe you feel impelled to on a little further or little faster and also run. Port is here for you to if you're struggling to feign you're running more you. If you're looking for something or someone to give you that boost. You know that to just do it so today well could there be anyone more motivating than a man who is synonymous with the word motivation. He knows what to say when to say many of us grew up for. I'm spent our years watching him on the telly in the morning in his brightly colored light up. Please welcome to run to the one. And only mr motivator derek. Halloo their house. The best-looking arrived. I love the euro and run for it. I absolutely because we both words. Gmtv i came in actually just at the end of the time that you had spend their so we kind of passing ships for years. The nineties to me on breakfast tally. Is you doing a worker. You know what is amazing because all the people are running into nowadays all the work i get comes from people who used to be in front of the tv as children The parents usa supplant them in front say get on with it. And you can imagine the view behind the panthers sitting fag in the mouth and the cup of tea does generalizing. But you know what i mean. It's just great because all my work comes from the avenue and those people who remember me funding and thank god. I've never disappeared. I'm still here. I mean presumably with mr motivator as your title presumably. You've done something there and being active already today. Oh listen every single day. Because the determination of every single company out there to china look after the staff has increased more than ever. They're all very conscious of the fact that you know the the pandemic has gone on for long long while and so i get asked to. Do these talks that. I do for about twelve fifty minutes and also do twelve fifteen minutes of movement to music for the whole family and my talks are always focused on. You know looking after yourself feeling good about yourself but the exercise element is critical and it's critical for me. Because i think every day we must stop by doing something active when you walk in running. Oh just doing something in the comfort of your home. Yeah i mean what do you get if it when you're doing exercise high doesn't make you feel. Oh my goodness. That is such list that i could mention on. This is the place. I want to try and get everybody to get to because you know when it comes to any kind of exercise the moment you do it you start getting the happy hormones running around you bought a you feel good if you're outside running. I mean definitely. It's all to do with you know there's a place you go to visit place you arrive at. Which is which is great and i. I don't run long distances. Like my wife. I mean for me. I have to get it over and done with really quickly but i know place takes you to and how you feel. I mean it's it's true. It's not even if you're if you're having a bad day sometimes just getting there and doing something even if it's not for long it will turn your day earned over. Sure i mean you know..

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"mr" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari

Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"mr" Discussed on Urgent Care with Joel Kim Booster and Mitra Jouhari

"I mean you could block the number. I mean that's the obvious one right blocking the numbers just gonna upset a you could plot the number and or just stop responding. Because here's the thing if you stop responding. I think it'll be less fun for them that they'll stop. I know these are not less fun. These are less fun options than spending seven years of your life dealing with this but don't want to spend seven years your life. You've got some options bit. Yeah just don't engage it will. It will feel less fun once. No one's playing the game anymore which is actually true to a. I'm sure if the girls just gave up on their dreams to go to college for swimming or whatever horrid whatever they would've would've stopped to but then there wouldn't have been a show then there wouldn't have been a show. There wouldn't have been a show. The girls didn't fight back and rallied together with their friends. So the best way for you to rally together with your friends is by creating a wall of silence around this girl's attempts to engage this like good luck. We hope you survive reading for you. We really should do that. For the bonus episodes i. I'm down. i'm down. Especially if they're like once we get back to in person down our perfect we should do. A commentary track actually like mystery science theater but with pretty little liars. Little hit our little heads coconut. That'd be really fun. Oh my we have one email out. Should i read it. Yeah okay hi me troll slash jolt tra i. I am have a close group of eight friends. Who've known each other for years one of the couples and are groups getting married this summer because of the covert restrictions and because of the covid restrictions made a small intimate gathering with only family since. This was the case. Me and three other friends made plans to travel on the weekend of their wedding. It turns out they were also planning to travel to the same place for their honeymoon but a few days after we leave and our overlapped together as five of us. It's just a half a day at the destination trying to make the most of the situation. I told my friend who was getting married that we should try to fit her schedule so we could celebrate at the destination together before they went off and headed home..

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"mr" Discussed on Run That Prank

Run That Prank

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"mr" Discussed on Run That Prank

"Team go back as far as you can and you wait till you hit the balls and then you pick them up and then you get a bucket of balls in each bucket you fill up you get five dollars. In his coach shangen bowls shag involves now happily to they. Hit all the balls out of the bucket because you could go up the pickup all which has happened and you get hit in the head with a ball and you don't get anything if you hit much user jobs that pay five dollars bucket. You get a book. And how many buckets would you get on an average day in day. You got two or three buckets. You go home with fifteen dollars. That's a lot of money. Yeah cheerless allowed dodging ladder off golf. That's all right. Thank you guys coming up next strawberry letter subject. Three years later still friends. We'll get into it right. After this you're listening to harvey morning show. Some cars are comfy on the inside. But don't have power on the outside and some cars of the horsepower but none of the comfort. I used to think there weren't any cars that were the total package. But that all changed when i got my honda. Suv it's rugged and sophisticated and right now. Honda has deals on the entire honda. Suv lineup crv hr v. pilot passport. You name it so if you're looking for a car that's the total package the only place you'll find it is at your local honda dealer. Hurry before they're all gone piece to the planet. Charlemagne god here and you don't wanna miss. Hello somebody with. Senator nina turner on the black effect. Podcast network i love. Hello somebody simply. Because i love nina tournament she's fearless. I mean attorney hell raisin humanitarian sister in the struggle and recovering elected official. Listen to hello. Somebody every thursday on that at heart. Radio app apple podcasts. Or ever you get your podcast..

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"mr" Discussed on Run That Prank

Run That Prank

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"mr" Discussed on Run That Prank

"Dads deserve more than just one day. They deserve to be recognized every day. That's why they have tons of awesome gifts. Dads are gonna love year round from outdoor entertaining to team apparel in assessories to watch baseball. Hats and fur doors to active wear from top brands like nike adidas under armour. You'll find all his favorite things at kohl's so shop now at kohls dot com. It's the perfect way to thank all the dads in your life. Hi i'm phil donahue and marlo thomas. We fell in love and got married over forty years ago. Now on our new podcast. We visit the homes of our favourite long married celebrity couples who talk about enduring love and all its challenges. Listen to double date on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts presented by general motors offering thirty new electric vehicles by twenty twenty five everybody in coming up at the top of the hour right about four minutes after. It's my strawberry letter for today. The is three years later. We're still friends. We'll get into that in just a little bit but right now. The junior junior is here for the view that with today's prank phone. Would you got fourth the junior. Tommy would say like this. But it's mr wiggins mr weakened you got not waking beyond that word mystery none of that. Hello hello hi. My name is george. I'm with greenlawn services. We came out and give you cut your yesterday and we're trying to make sure that you liked everything thoroughly the cut the front the back. We also did your hedges. Put some mulch in the flowerbeds. The weeding in the whole nine yards and we also have an invoice on your doorstep. Would've make sure you got that as well. I want around man. Look down to our charter for that. Who they cut it cert. Yeah we cut it as of yesterday. You actually schedule and we did everything thoroughly. We actually just calling as a follow up on your skills. Are you mr malone at fifty three zero one zimmerman hell and all that wiggins from fifty three. Oh three man you cut the wrong. There's no man. I guess you need to put in wars on they though so so you do not mr malone at fifty three o one zimmerman say man i just tell i'm fifty three hundred three and i missed the ways. You don't cut the wrong. y'all need go a long. How much you ain't got no sir here trying to hold on to second hand. You're saying we cut the wrong. Yeah so i don't know. Hey come over here you go there and talk to get your you cancer. There's no way we can charge mr malone if we haven't cut his yard now let's let's take cutlass malone your arms out sir real young ego cut the right. Yeah and get right. Yeah you got to them. I kind of cook. could you go. there haven't cut his right again. I understand it. Listen i wanna say is We'll go over. And we'll take care of mr maloney's yard. I understand that. We've made a mistake. But i understood i understood. You say that you did like the services so wouldn't it be even right for you to actually go ahead and send the invoice in along with a check since you did like services listening like you can just tell you you cut the rope. You cut the right here and get your money. You ain't got none but practice is you don't understand that we cut the wrong yard sir. I understand that but you got the services and you like to services. I don't wanna have to come out there and get the money from you. We're gonna determine. I got to come over here and get what you said. You like. wouldn't give a five said the mall was going to cut the wrong. You go get your money from the right. Didn't get so. I got you come to get cut role trying to get my money you now you go get your from neither right. No go leader paper over it. I'm coming over there. You want me to start. Hey come on their duo. It'd be charging me no one. Yeah i got me he can help you get do got your cut and we deserve to get our money back to get to what i tell you know tell. Don't make me what this yard you we'll come. I will be over hand in the front yard that just got cut you. Come try to get them out such took. I got one more thing to tell you what you listening now you now you got wrong. I've got one more thing to tell. You is listening. Mr wiggins took this nephew. Time from the steve. Harvey morning show. You just got prime. Hello only yard. You'll bore gary pray i'm hold. Did they cut your yard. They cut the row. Your about to get started out in delhi trump. Let me ask you something. No man what is the baddest radio show in the lane. Steve harvey is mr wiggins weakens weekends. You could say your w in. I've got all my weekends. His own vacation working on his. W that's probably could be flunked out of class. Good jam still tripping off when you said earlier to work in a mental institute. 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"mr" Discussed on Run That Prank

Run That Prank

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"mr" Discussed on Run That Prank

"It but you need to call her and take it is so self. Leave me out this side. Rather not not not look at you owe me live respect and you owed me at least you know whatever i'm asking you to do you. Are you calling me talking about. Call my mama you used to date out you are you talking about. I always respect you crazy. You get my number anyway. You mom joe nup. I bid had joan them and it's not spirit didn't spend thousands and thousands of dollars on lands. I've been hearing. I'm your come down to grad graduation. What i need to come to that. I did my job. I took calculus monitoring take care man. You get off my phone. Okay go by your mama house. i'm gonna go out there and you know what the deal with us today. my damn self. I'm trying to be as respectful as i care. But if i hear back to go about my mother house i'm a with your way i'm gonna whoops. He'll as you go get your ass by somebody with the nba must be asked. I'm a up to fight. He went on my house. I was listening to miss. Read nine yuan or about some off this phone call and ask about some reggie but if i i'm you are i'm going by your mama house because you ain't gonna just break up to six. I've got put the board through school but you get for being a sucker. It sounds like he's a bickering. But you ain't no sucker. You sound like a let me hit you went by. It's going to be proud luna. Be from smoking the city. What about what about jobs job has got to do with this time. You have seen you go by there. He grew up with her. You know jarvis anyway. Because job is called me. He told me to call you. This is nephew. Tommy from the steve harvey show. You just got prank by your boy jarvis how to hold row jarvis told you say weather in college joggers. This is tommy babies. Your job has got me to prank man. He said me and my boyfriend who graduated getting his nba. He said you gotta do it. Mr timing i tell me all about it so i came up with this list or he said oh my god he said man he has mommy's his heart man is as his heart as the icu. With ma'am my grandmother always said don't bang jars. Hey man you gotta give it to me baby. Give it to them. You're right mr m. b. a. You finish your paper in the next week. Or so what is the baddest. And i mean. The bad is radio show in the land in the morning. Show reggie mr ranji car. You let me about my mama. I'm okay thank you smoke in the city by somebody with the nba. A must be. Yeah soccer that was a good one nephew. Hey june what is it. Is june the second second. The second going to going to tamper twenty. Five twenty six twenty seven so tampa. Y'all tight. I'm gonna a makeup phone call. We're going to add a couple more. How about that is getting good out there. Oh yeah i just couldn't good back on stage you don't understand i am back nine leaving ever again. Nephew will thank you for that. Coming up a strawberry letter subject. I married social media. Thought we'll get into it right after this you're listening to harvey morning show..

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"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Find out more about the sponsor packages available and there's a link to that in the show notes, but back to today's conversation with pets McRae. Now as we found out last time he was on Pep's has quite the CV. Are you ready for this one? He's a former fat Strat wage. Teacher and Senior lecturer in mathematics education. He's been a national curriculum advisor for the DFE external examiner at the OU and its author of the wonderful lean lesson planning memorable teaching and now I'm motivated teaching not only that though peps has not one not two but three master's degrees in engineering design educational leadership and educational research and holds Fellowship awards from the University of bread and the young Academy. He is now Dean at the ambition Institute something that we speak about at the start of our conversation and I can also testify that he's a good cook which only adds to my jealousy perhaps last appearance on the show back in November 2017 is in the top three of the most listened to episodes of all time with well over fifteen thousand unique download back then we spoke about making teaching memorable. But this time around we add a key piece to the puzzle of learning in the form of motivation with the release of peps new book motivated teachers. So in a wide-ranging interview, we covered the following things are much more besides firstly why did perhaps want to write about the subject of motivation and Josh? How does he write so concisely what surprise pets during his research into motivation and why is motivation such an important subject for teachers to understand? What is the relationship between intention and motivation? What's the role of fun and rewards in motivating students? And then the big one? What are the five core drivers of motivation and crucially how can teachers harness them in the classroom. Now some sequels are a disappointment. I'm thinking speed two cruise control Matrix Reloaded and of course my girl to God, but I'm pleased to say that the return of paps was certainly not this conversation is jam-packed full of research backed practical advice, and I absolutely love Pepsi's take a motivation wage. That it determines what our students pay attention to and hence why they what they are likely to remember and learn this beautifully complimenting down willingham's insights. That memory is the residue of thought I know how long you'll love this one. Just before we crack on. I wanted to remind you that my new online course with Joe Morgan entitled marvelous math to misconceptions methods and Mastery is now available.

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"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Blah Blah and would not get and Yoyo very modest. She don't like big south don't have a problem with that with me. Becomes quite difficult to speak the session. So instead because it's such an important topic and I'm UNIM- fascinated about how you've taken to to teaching key states weeks. No, no. You A big into key stage four and I know you're apprehensive about less than and having watched you'll session tonight. I thought was absolutely remains on I've got loads of follow up questions as well. So you're gonNA come back on the show to talk purely about Keith at teaching key stage three. So that's why we're not going to be talking about mounts aloft today a my advice to be listening will be to watch Joe Session that she did on not in preparation for the follow up podcast, and if you've got any extra questions Joe just dropped either meal Joe a message on twitter and I'll build those into to the running order from. A couple of over announcements. So this was I think the furthest month's conference I've ever attended where I haven't done a session. That's not funny. Dramatic reason it's only the I missed the deadline on this. It was always in my head to do an hour just poorly organized so warm reason or another, and so I was going to talk about the seven ways that you can use the ultimate scheme of work, which is a series of quizzes that I wrote on diagnostic questions all completely free. So instead of recorded that as a standalone calls free calls. A pulling tonight in the show a few hundred people already it. But if you were interested in what I was going to be talking about again, this misconceptions that but also how to use diagnostic questions in this age that we live in now where the teachers props stoke the front of the classroom and how'd you assassin units the standing and get them thinking deeper and stuff and please check that out. So that's several ways your Schema work could change your life or something not and one of the podcast announcement Joe you're going to be loving this right you're a fan of Colin Foster. Calling us we know as is in charge of the mathematics center, the University of lift breath. So I was thinking of ways to kind of take the bus to the next level. Now, picture this Joe What about a mini series of episodes forget you kind of Netflix Gritty drama mini series what about a maths research podcast special miniseries where I interview each each collins colleagues between six or eight of them while in each episode on a tell us about an area of must education that research in why their research and what they found out what surprises that being a what impact they believe it might have in the classroom would you listen to? Nothing that would be fascinating I. always Wondering Waltz Baby Such I. Kind of have it in my head. Basically, there's mixed attainments is being researched night. What else I I? Really I really feel like I'm I don't know what the current of recession results and also I'm the same rep been gathering ideas from night. Tom, front come. Yeah. I'm fascinated to see what comes out of that and I was very excited to put for my own ideas on things. I was kind of like also on you know I'd like to know I'd like to know what does the research say about these things that the I think about say yes, I thing. I love to hear these. These many episodes on on what people are doing research just need the alliterative title and then go masters holder by or porn muscles hold me back. So awesome listeners anything to if you've got look for in the math research that within your title to go at right just before we dive some comfort. I wanted to get your take on I'll share my take on something that's been kicking off on Switzer at this week. So we're recording this on the of October twenty twenty, and this has been the week of twitter of decimal point gate. Now, if you didn't see this tweets I'm it was can you I've forgotten the name of the person who pull the tweets out of upholding? You'll. You'll really good name I. Am I think? I'm not gonNA check it. It's Jonathan. Pain something. Let me check. Yeah. I leave. Will they aren't? GonNa admit. I have been so busy at what I never been because being assistant principal of the school during times is des- destroying. I haven't seen huge amounts of it. So you're GonNa have to fill me in on what why why was a controversy with his tweet while this is brilliant mess. So Jonathan Pain you're absolutely right. He pulls his is Dr Pema on twitter and puts out and this is a quote. The tweets regular reminded that moving the decimal point is fine and he Shows a little automation here of multiplying three point one full one by hundred and he does it by shifting the decimal point, two places to the rice. He got three engine fourteen point long just jokes out tweets into makes I'm then it all kicks off. So again, people can follow the threat. I'll put a link to its in the show notes. You've got primary expert at saying no, it isn't. It really isn't. You've got people asking what mathematically speaking to students on the stunned by this method, you've got loads of gifts just shop facie got one Gif of Saudi, throwing up as a result of West and then you came out to kick off as a result now does. Pedagogy cle- I'm the I. Think there's a really useful to be to be had here about this weather we teach our kids. What's potentially a trick of multiplying at of moving the decimal point? Whether it is. mathematically, more accurate to say the point stays wary taste but the numbers move along questioned whether the numbers, the digits actually. We the point you made the numbers you may even something that. Yeah it being. Found and probably not really moving anything. Yeah that was definitely my tv if you if you think hard about this, Jonathan's anything's moving and indeed, and what was really interesting was Jonathan..

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Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"mr" Discussed on Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

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Mr Barton Maths Podcast

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Old. Never about that and it was. This as law. If you watch for the listeners to watch nights, he didn't just transformations. with something I down. It's really interesting. Stuff in his session. Is a gradient websites I definitely need explore subject goes up as nice being to the gold. Watch the sessions incident we fly be. This is good. This is yeah this enjoying this enjoying the track well session sue. I would see Jonathan Home Because I. didn't catch him in Manchester, but we will lasted. Ashby behaving mathematically in Johnson on the podcast fairly since of our best code. Siemian options. Saw Saudis what he's talking about that? And he went. You will fish Joe I? Believe we do missile ready at Fox's multiples of prides on all talk in that because you have a Fox symbols for prime note. I think that's a really complex topic. I mean it would be an also word for me to and I thought I would probably faxes on his eyes. Need to get get cracking on each get. About it so if you can. Well someday tomorrow used got outsold so that we can, we can go into, so went went deep into this. And now he's he's a finger. Why is? That we have in common, says what we've every. And that. right. Where pretty pretty pretty potted. We often get criticized for this. Yeah, we! We've what we've will prizes up, but we don't use them now. Jonathan Yes told from US spotlight side, but also is very much into that kind of tough physical walls. He's prime factor tiles US I I've seen him talk about it onto. It's about my as. I'm a bold with these things now now. Of course we always have the hassle had been amount, and all that kind of thing. Honestly Watch this session. Because the way he brought to life the relationships between questions so see giving his players. So he fit. He did what I would consider to be intelligent practice question, so you do like the prime For example. The kids work out. And, then he says well. What would the three hundred bay in the kids all start from scratch? Forget what they were before. When he expresses its tiles as opposed to times three times, whatever h really easy for the kids to see on you just took it on the two into the mix. It was really powerful because we were different colours contrast. It was really powerful for them. So then what did he start introducing? Really interesting question so I've got what here you don't have to I won't put Sensor so find the smallest integer you can multiply two hundred and fifty by to make a squad the smallest. Tiffany bites bikes. Now what was Nice about? This is literally problem when you tune in. He's appropriate to private faxes. Do factor tiles yet a what you can do that. She can break it into two separate groups, and you know you know. A square number is unknown bubbles. kyw By self, you essentially look into talk one of the groups to make it exactly like the group, if that makes sense so what what falls out and yet is a visual represent representation makes it far less abstract. It makes it a real easy for the kids to see exactly what's going on, and then you can say what's and what genie's most Watson fifty. Bucks acheived nine your bright, these fats atolls into three groups, and so yeah I was really really impressed with this this visualization of. Those just just the Jonathan could go really deep with factors, multiples imprimes probably even. Allow the stem things more than I would be able to. With my way because I didn't I have this visual to available so when I think of questions on Buryatia Theory about privacy compensation facts the multiples, but now I think if I was going through them again with a class item Jonathan's musk's sides, and I would express this facts tiles as well as the traditional prime factors to really bring out the kids so I think he'd be a bull Joe when you look at. Be snuffed yourself with subsidies to tell. Off a great based. On the phone the flu can go, though the the August is a crime is to just also outlet might teach you to practice was just back to tree that let's crackled pederson. You even scratching the surface. Is Great stuff and now. So Look Jonathan, session now session free I to look after Isaac's go twenty fifth. Session three, so what I did sessions I watch Mr boats allow by sessions and I couldn't tell you about him less US playing basketball. It was all kicking off that. And what have you deception three unless this is a good thing because I haven't really gone about him. Because I was meant to be done to avions and I'm Internet didn't Hook. Rural Scotland and I sold actual bottle twitter. I think it's really because I was excited. She was gonNA. Eat Pie town of. She does on twitter is amazing on Ashi is so cool. She really is awesome in everything. She does a so. It was really because we will always you then you could tell she was trying to get on. 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Mr Barton Maths Podcast

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Selfishly while hundreds Next year. Running. that. Was it so we went to see Rob East. Y abend sparked magical math leaders called now before I, ask you your tight one thing obviously fuming. Robie, attempt to do depression will be the hell was that. Could you more? Accent I'm but I didn't recognize it as your overnights correct. But then the blessed, he said I recognizes the style of the what you just said, so I kind of. Funny to media, everyone because. For you might funded for the jets for. The. Hell Vase, anyway, so put a dummy on. That's not your terrible up with him. Not WanNA. Read the review I don't know what he was gonNA. Read out accident. So anyway. So he's about medical boss and let me ask you question Fisher FROGGATT. You'll take on this so fisa this approach of using. Magic in a much who? Why did you use this? What what what you works for models? See here is. My people saying Oh you mustn't say what magic is. We don't want students to think that masters magic. Jacob, Boba and the thing is. Much acid ministry precious about in. Yes, I shouldn't say a when I do this. The without magic, hopelessly not. I'm I haven't seen stuff on by end enrolled and. In the past I am I? I do some of it is likely it little side check. Before Christmas or I started in tricks either end and they. Think some kind of awesome mathematician, magic genius, and it's great if your students think that you've got I. Cool stuff the. And and so I, think I think the mice inches they was saying was about. Intensive upon in the classroom was about stagecraft. which will how? That's where the office? A. They have these kinda tricks they do, and then they kind of ads this. They add this one the to it presenting it. As his magic vicious. Go some interesting massenet us by saying I mean. Is there any value me thinking about stagecraft in Maya in my lessons, but? For example, he said, misdirection is the opposite of what teaches China Miss Star Max from what's going on and teachers should be making clear. What was going on, yes. I mean a few things in that which. ADDS to the I've seen some of full. united nine saying. Well known and well known to I've been, mascot before. Monaco didn't want and. Seeing it as long as things when you see it a second time, it just really helps like this you tonight. I tried that before, and it just didn't go. So it was boring. They were taking forever to do to your. Against died I thought actually seeing can time really housing someone else for some. Sense it really helps. It makes me think asks how I should have done it in this really white. Ida about was one of two big takeaways. The one was yeah a lot of things familiar to me, but you can tell the Bannon rob they know what to do. presented right, and it's one thing knowing a trick so to speak Cornell tonight eight or I really liked the the flights and the highest. And again this. Is All things like that, but it's knowing it's one thing knowing them knowing how to Seattle get them biggest bang feeble concerns. The custom I thought was great. The second thing to reflect on the mountain was when magic can go wrong focus was really interesting. Some ways an IB guilty this before you got this kind of tricking your mind and you WanNa. Tell the kids really quickly how to how to do it how it's. A before it had time to digest Hungary. Yourself of the flip side of that is that magic can be used as a power thing. It can be read it straight into the case like this teaching us how to do it, but I don't know how to do. You can imagine that's quite for straighten, and there's almost like a sweet spot where you want kids struggling for the right amount tied whether having to think hard about it, not streaming too long. They just found tools. This just something you know. Yes, my league all. But sometimes ben show me things the full like sometimes I'll be sitting ben in a bar and it was signed me a trick and then Austin. He's actually his actually got magic I I. At the end for example when they didn't extend that while and I have no. Markley, walk. The one I showed my students at Christmas on is calculated trek, and it's one of those ones when I can guess a number on the calculator screen. They do stuff they have a number. They re dot Org. At League, one hour humble, the is because it's diversity. And a nice thing about losses, Achtung visibility laws, and in some of them, outside on a might say already not hated that. Miss announced say why don't you go look at what? He does come back in so many. Young that little clue. She helps about it that mass of the innocent. It's just it's just another thing kind of Nice Essential Teaching but it is nice winger students. As do you think this needs to see The thing on that I mean people need to watch the session to Don't tell the jokes I go completely wrong. Song could be more. That he had great animation an I'd made the animation since to make this work, and then He. And then the way they explained the Powell tiny row, on oldest today's vote. My students and I thought that was. That's one of the best things I've seen the to sign anything I love everything they day, but that's that was because that is so usable without students and it. Like it is a straightforward pathetic just blew my mind tightly amazing. Those. pass in the thousand nine times table because it's not something. that. You know you go shooting news lesson whether patients in someone's finish. Nine Times site Wednesday what you saw. I mean I. Don't do enough. Patton spotting were. Off! They shared his in that session. Negative dice trick, which was which again one I understood how it was. You know Straits wire ran downstairs and on my kids, and my I think Mommy's match. I disliked I understood that one's off. The locker can easily recognize us. I have a plan because way David. One live less than a fortnight at my school and I'm in charge of a mass. Lonzo said he wants two weeks Hoagie. Join and I have to do the one on the last day of Tub, so the lost the whole school year I'm doing the night Nessin and. during. I think I'M GONNA do some tricks look. Out of course, the beauty of this is hopefully. We've teased enough about people. Desperate melting so that will be a great session. So well presented any no, isn't it unfolded? The mass incarceration show online via tens. Aspirin again. That's TSITSI. Hopefully never been too long before. Just like that have been self. Yeah, absolutely stuff. And what do you central teacher I like to see an sedate pays. SMASHED ALL You'll bit of Boston is yeah. He's really a youth. Good this the Whitewater I'm I spend a bit of time trying to get to chat on finding distracted. He was came out principles and procedures in Joma Trie. And he was, he was talking about how students like stages and not endless ovum shed some really interesting examples that I tell you the main thing I want to talk to you about this session. It is on transformations and some stuff. I just hadn't sold to that for Newsday. he translates at. We forgot transacting tonight's yet suicide, full three or something we would move the whole shape and he's at this. It's still.

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"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Doing simplified quarterback surgeon rationalising denominators an inhalable. There's nothing new with the fact that call wounds go now. Kids about calculates the whole thing so it's a live show that questions but a lot of the phone said. Yeah yeah so so far it. Suddenly I'll just falls out into neat numbers just over because only ever really enjoyable by hand in another sense. We'd always exactly right but like band's fun if you suddenly go. Oh it's five. Oh it's I got a calculated bolts the team. You're perfectly something along so that question right. We say before how we don't dive into the COMA STOPPING OFF. So here's one. I don't dive into the east of golf so I have impression. They're quite formulate questions so never bothered but in Atlanta shots go right so joe. Sheridan shed another website save by exams. Dot Co Dot U. K. Across this saves Meg's UK. So it's all sorts of topics so Joklik till thirds Juan Fair. And this absolutely break questioned. Because they in the Jesus. They have the calculator so they have to. They've got to assess solve this so they've got to try it so now they have lots of show that so. I'll give you a question here. Oh aww areas so yet so let me give you. I'm saying not variables. They do variables. So he got given that as a positive integer show that its highest reach three brackets re twelve plus a route. Three is horrible school. Three you get lots of proof facings which you've got account later. But he has not me. Which is or so again if you're looking for that that which does obsessed with bobby out into the Jesus violence websites. Just give you them again. Saved MATES COACH K. Could be a good source. Vehicle questions was a big Pharma that go back to the notes. Here we go. She had Fiso Pat an old textbook again. She called resist. So I'll show you these questions find find the values off so if I said to you. Cube roots of negative twenty seven hundred sixty four cube roots point zero zero walled cube roots of a quarter to the power three. All these cues recorded par threes. Nice Nice isn't it so all these things that just enable you to go that bit deeper? Which again I? I won't show once like I introduce said that. Quit qubit a simplify in bitter rationalize Tommy brackets again if he could find the time to go deeper. It's all we save you. Time In. The long road is also a lot of strategy stuff like even for example that cute of Native Zero Point Zero One yes develop Israel. She's like what if we read it as a fraction strategy. They can use the places exactly right and then I'll end with this Joe. Albi water that I'll build up to the end. So Joe Shad. Mix The tricks on you so completely free. Pdf about dodgy ways of doing maths which bright down. So here's what we ever heard of this one to simplify surge using the jailbreak method. You're GONNA love rival. So pitcher rotates aid. Say if you split route seen in say essentially square roots of three times three times. Take Yeah okay. Here's the rule so the square root side is a prison. Thieves are trying to break out the prison. You can only bright so breaking breakout. Pass the which I guess like cotton. The bar of It's free to three zero the way out one of the dies. So what three bakes he left with three routes. I need saw. I like a good story for very funny. Good so yes. The jury wasn't advising this method is just interesting. Another some of the stuff next attracting see laugh. They're just trying to picture. These made in the book means all the people who wrote the book and Deford. Yeah after seeing this place. Teenagers on over the states being told this is so funny about is just mad is great. I gather before it tickled me. Now is the fact that is all of the flaws nature of it like you can only break out. A path is on the way out. But I've had the final on a tweet to this hour and it was a bit wild Switzer. So if you haven't seen this one. She Joe tweeted a problem on. Just describe. Bahir simplify route. One-time drew two hundred three hundred four all the way up to route ten. So simplify re three two hundred three two hundred five blah blah blah up to retire. I'm it's thinking tactically about what Mr Patsy gatherings sell on it. It's it's a beautiful problem so if you are in the mood for more Serbs in depth hopefully I will be recording. The video the Tas- hopefully sometime after Easter fingers crossed. So Quinn not brings those two period three went to plus you. I went to Joe. Varick session on maximizing effectiveness of examples. So is Toronto. Things that I've thought about Lada knows and Joe trails. A lot of it was inspired by reading your first book as well. We should say Joe is what he's like in second year just finished as I know this is where the nineteen ninety seven thing comes from while he's so I would. I think the thing I mean you. You probably like in your second year teaching doing some pre sophisticated thing. The other stuff that was beginning to come out came out around the time. Like teach like a champion. I read at the end of my peeves. My mind with its up time. It was like still like nobody really knew what this book was was unheard of and stuff. I think there's Barton maths resources websites and thus like easing things on your website member this one whereas like you have a mind. Mapping the kids approximate misstep long. Now that I enjoyed does that was that she had to be able to remember things. Released checking the remembering. They were doing so. I've never really liked that. But that's the beginning of a member of my colleagues theorize about how to get kids to remember suffered a feeling re things talk about. Excuse beginning to bubble up and that would have been around twenty ten twenty seven twenty twelve. Things are so different now. There's lots of really great stuff in the ATM. Which is around how to make things richer and more interesting than that of the existed for years and they've always been wonderful at that but how to get kids to remember stuff that kind of thing or how to build inefficiency. That kind of thing was reading. It was sort of on top and so does it mean from what the pressure vote got. Today's Joseph's been thinking about that. Very deeply seems extremely hard working Which has just how much he's consumed and thought about and tried and rigorously explored his classes. And it did make me He wasn't saying that the way the sounds but he's saying he read your book. Thought this answer to all my problems and then I realize no really lovely is where he spent more time and some of the stuff. Linda summarize quickly because he was then he's spent time at the end explaining how he'd tracked different classes and things he tried and he's trying to do control and stuff and I mean that's all cut to the chase and that he was satisfied the what he's trying to classes that all things being equal as they can possibly be we'll have enough impact Rambam. Their confidence is so on some saying that bit now to say why I think it also. I think chose is interesting. So He's trying to do is talk about things like look at things. Like example problem pairs look things like reflect. Expect I think. How can those things put together? So He's trying to do is instead of just worked examples. How supercharged works? Plus where he'd say he'd have the example that be the question that kids are going to do but actually the three and there's a middle Columbus reflection which is I mean. He made us some quicker examples. First SCIENTISTS ON HIT LOT PAUSES. Sabz teacher being get to one that you explore much more deeply that you're affecting on what method we use. Why did we pick that method? And you recording those reflections. Salsa he was showing it with animations because he had the big heels the other big screening how to just click. We saying he'd always have it. Be Blind and that other than the questions so they can see being annotated together that govern the gathering those reflections record in them before they go onto the example themselves. Those a really nice way of marine the idea of a strong bond example problem hair but also strong about reflecting and expecting and it also allows them to instead of 'cause he's talking about one of the weaknesses with example pairs as children mimicking a method for the not learning to memorize or not even more memorize to internalize the reflections on the noticing the attending and just even kind of the emotional journey of like. I don't know what to do. Oh try this is okay. Try this all. I know. It's okay to try this that kind of thing news recording that together also like his way to those reflections monitoring and I thought that was really interesting so see something like Example Problem Perez can feel very cold. Because if you're trying to be efficient you trying to get into have high success really fast but can feel like you're manufacturing success mean it's better than we talked before about. You can manufacturers officials success by making things easier than an observer might realize but evenings Compare can do that really well but actually can feel a bit cold but bringing in this reflection stage happening in the middle means that you're also showing how much what they think matters and how they're engaging with it really matters so I thought that was really powerful. Both for the pedagogy of generalizing Basher but also their thought process monitoring and even going right on the board. This is what show said. This is Craig said showing how powerfully their reflections matter to you and to the whole classes and other guys like all of us. What Joe Said? Oh He is Craig to help me tackle this on those levels. He's good for differentiation. As if you've got a kid who can do the example problem powerpoint the waste of the time but if they're thinking hard about reflections even thinking about thinking how much we talked in saint how much the class of two feel like their community with obligations to each other that is creation the kid by E C. It's fantastic. I'm so glad you gotTa want you to think about is what's the thing you notice because I'll see bright kids you'll say you know what I mean kids Marzi. You'll say how do you know they'll say brain told me which is true? The rain did just helped him because they're able to compress let's accepts. That chunk is chunking really effectively. Which brilliant but actually need failed to unpick it the same way that we become more fluent through been forced to unpick his teachers. Giving THEM A clarity. 'cause CENTRAL SAY. Oh if you teach someone else you'll be better at it. But a lot of time with their teaching to their partners so open ended or they're really just telling their partner what to do but it was in the refresh stage where it's not at all about the numbers involved. The calculation voltage. Just how did you know that is forcing them to be much more reflective as well as their Meta learning wishes essence of your obligations now or to the whole class and for them to get their brains? Just tell them what to do. I really liked thinking about how that's also broader character thing that's can be brought in either for real being really pregnancy we know from any executives re pool and the kids questions can go through. The woman's awesome to describe discuss explain and this is perfect collaborates cases. Can You articulate can put into words why why you do is brilliant? So he talked about the. He's trying to he's trying to like keep on seeing. What else can I pry.

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Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"mr" Discussed on Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

"Issue boy back at your game. Real talk missed anonymous. I'm back with you on this lab. podcast man we we are to give again We're giving you all this real row. Best Damn thirty minutes of your life men on back at your game and I know y'all been waiting on this show. I'm coming to give back to give it back to you man. I just had to give them a thousand together About how wanted to this show on them and do some a little different than I normally do. Go Go ahead. I'M GONNA come in scripted today. I didn't write down anything I got an idea of what I want to say in how I WANNA talk about it and I want to be genuine. I wanted to be. I want to come from the heart. You know what I mean. I didn't want anything to Be in Dow where. I'm kind of going off script As I normally do I just wanted to be raw uncut and real and that's what I'm giving you out a day again as always best them thirty minutes of Your Life Real Mr anonymous this man I want to first of all thank you everybody for love and support that I mean giving me shots air big shots everybody for the support. Man Y'all mess meow Rachael me heavy. Do you miss meat alone way. Appreciate the comments. I appreciate the follows. I appreciate it all. You can find me on instagram at real tall. Mr Nana Thomas you can also find me On twitter a Roy Thomas Anonymous You can get my PODCAST is available. Alabama on items non Mus on spotify on Google play U2 everywhere everywhere man iheartradio any. Well whatever podcast you can find a real top Mr Mann again. I preach all all your love and support and we just gotTa keep it moving and keep going and keep on. Keep on pumping out that that the real role content As our no. I don't shower from any topics I go at it. All you know I I go I go Mama Bin Talal Leone at all. You understand what I'm saying so I'm always give you all that raw real in right and that's just how I'm always gonNA rock witchy Today like I say I really really right on the usually have a sort of a treatment for what I want to say and I know I don't want to say again. I wanted to just come from the heart. You know me as we all know. Kobe Bryant died in the plane crash in not a plane crashing the helicopter crash along with his lovely and beautiful daughter and three other Young ladies died also To parents and another mom mom also died in the plane crash. Total of nine people such a sad tragedy man. Also we're GONNA talk about that Bullshit Ass Super Bowl yesterday my services Never Cisco Ford anonymous. We went down yesterday in the Blazel. Smoke up by ten points. May I say and still lost that ballgame couple are remnants of NBA A trade deadline coming up talking about Clinton compel again traded the warriors at a says some some some reminiscent of the Angelo Russell. Mike get get move So yeah man we always gotta give you out at that entrepreneur inspiration and give you a little bit of relationship ship advice. You know our relationship. You know what I mean gotta give you gotTa get people what they won't So maybe I ought really by this address an address in the Kobe Bryant man it was such a such a sad and horrific events. That happen I'm in no matter if you know him or not. A lot of people say well. You don't know him well. You don't happen. No a person to feel remorse. Feel sorry for them. since we've been saying this man life as sports fans we Saudis male. I play out over the last twenty years on the court from when he was eighteen up until now as everybody said. We don't see Kobe Bryant with every kind of emotion. We don't see them cry. We've seen him with the with the with the Momma Tatler face We don't see them with the smiles when he retired. Send Him coaching to go. So we've seen a little bit of everything from this man so quite naturally we watched him grow up you know He. He grew up for front of our eyes. And I think people and celebrities that grew up in front of your eyes That you admire or some people out alive or whatever it may be. I think we have an affinity for those type of people and I think it hits home for US especially For a lot of us that are you. You Know Girls Dad Homer Girls Dad. You know what I mean. I got two girls so is devastating to to even comprehend those last moments as devastating devastating to comprehend WH- what is going through. Your mind is just a devastating event that We didn't see coming in shock shock beheld. I think out of all of us When it happened but it also on the flip side of shows so many things in life that we take for granted we take Waking up every morning we take that for granted we take spinning at that time with our kids are are girls we take that as men sometime we take it for granted because we always feel like. We're we're GONNA always be here to take care of him or they're always be there in. That is so far from the truth as we now know it and when we see somebody like Kobe Bryant and happen the him and we didn't expect him to die until he got old. You know we expect him to see him on the sidelines. That laker games sixty seventy years old LAKER games games. That's what we expect from Kobe. Bryant he was it was somewhat like we did see him somewhat as a as a superhero from everything he came back from. Achilles needs. Fingers are all setbacks that he had in life and he was able to overcome them. We just saw something that we didn't think doc could happen in so surreal Again it's.

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"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

15:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"And when you meet someone and they say my brothers sisters mother Blah Blah Blah and you have to work by looking at the group while the relationship is Mrs Refund Simple deductive logic but more than that. I've learned something I didn't know that is kind of blows your mind that these supposedly it known these days non developed community has actually have these amazingly sophisticated rules that see much more sophisticated than what we have nice. That's interesting and find ways puzzles from and it turns out it comes. From the North American in Computational Linguistics Olympiad which is this competition and has a parallel one in the UK the UK linguistics. Olympia anyway is linguistics. Olympiad the AD is this kind of brotherhood of people essentially academic linguists who are trying to encourage. GCC enable table kids to maybe go study languages by running these competitions and our Math Olympiad as physics. Olympia the chemistry Olympiads. The only Olympia there is it is for subjects. That isn't told his linguistics is okay which means that always questions achieve no knowledge. So it's perfect for someone. Who is my age just different nothing about acerbic dipping into it and most of them are really mathematical? It's all a bag kind of deciphering codes bills deciphering code where you think. I'm learning a language at the same time so I've had this kind of diversion. I feel quite low. Following now have digs puzzle. Every two weeks I kind of know what people the people that like. I just feel that my readers can really joy these puzzles because what you get I try and do my books. Say even with the puzzle. Nobody puzzle books. I know just his puzzle he's not the public's not the puzzle it's more hundred years. This mathematician did such and such and then he came up with this puzzle which ended ended up by someone else. And then this other thing happened so you can read them a bit like a story. I'm hoping to tell. That's the story of the dislodgement of Hieroglyphics Hieroglyph of canal. which is the first ever a script that exists festival numbers natural numbers does the disarmament of Meyer? Wiener the Myers interesting at base twenty system. So it's kind of math but seeing through kind of culture and I'm a ride the beginning of the research of that. I'm just reading everything that I can so I'm not really writing anything. I'm just reading as much like hands. That is what's what's I look forward to June tomorrow today. Why did is getting up to a couple of the kids than Brady from number file? It showed up a couple of Eddie Hayes him. Then I went to the golden achieve live in London went went to the Emanuel Center and had to give a talk to six hundred. UCSC thoughts of massive action. which is kind of their charity? Not Not read. It's kind of educational thing where they have a day where they have a whole bunch of math speakers. Oh yes and I was one of them. mouse scruggs who does choked dust with another one of them. Anyway is kind of amazing rocus. Tonight is the best of the worst loss they'd be there for day. Six hundred kids in this kind of church areas. It's almost in the round you're on the stage so this big thrown and the stained gloves and they're I just kind of Gedeon hysterical and I had to give a talk and it was. It was funny. One of the puzzles to sit in in my book is an old classic traffic puzzle. My talk a bit about the history. It comes for one the festive magic books. which is the handcuffs puzzle? Just so you've got a rope and you Utah ripped one person's rest than the other risks as it's kind of tightly pointed wrist. Yes and he another rope and the other person and then you into look the ropes so they kind of get yes. How do you unlock yourselves? What I did I got full ropes? I will I got two boys and two girls components. Here's the boys and the girls and they were both connected and they were trying to disconnect themselves it was it was crazy it was like big into kind of boxing match meeting and sharing the stage was like a bit too big. They were either side side when I was looking at one and trying to explain what they were doing what the problem was the other teams. And we've done it and I was like I don't believe you is absolute chaos. I mean it was a lot of fun. The the kids have a good time but most sure told them enough about to pull it as I wanted to teach their hats on it fun so I came back and I was exhausted and actually my wife's been kissed abandoned. I'm talking to you so I have very very different days question. Fine thank you I want to ask you now. It's a question is go. Ask all the guests and again. It's a teacher. I asked listen terms of an lesson but you can interpret this however you want. I'm always interested in in favourite failures so something that didn't go according to plan mothers. Talk whether it's some form of writing you did but crucially what. What did you learn from the experience? Do you have any favorite failures Alex. So I've given many any talks. The died without the I have died. I remember 'cause will no interest. May I'm not a teacher. Maybe in another life I would have been a teacher. And there's a lot of kind of teaching I do in tens of imparting information but I'd have a PG see. I haven't ever stood in a class and told people so I don't want to fail but people have to teach you have any ideas about hesitate. And why did no. I know I can make math fun and lively and I people can somehow response that night and spot them however they're going to do it but qualify. Do that not by talking about the master by talking about the context and sometimes I've gone to talks that talk about the context and people have just been almost Disgusted Bridge Wales. This is this is this is just idiotic this this is maths and which I say I guess you rise and the end has made me make sure I know exactly who's really clearly the mathematical level of the audience. What they want? What our ages? So we say we such that a lot more clearly Failures I have had books that failed and and the mind the has done. The worst is puzzle Ninja and actually was one of my favorite books. The Puzzle Ninja is a book of Japanese Puzzles. And I felt because everyone run people love to dig it. Yes in General Evans Takeaways. People didn't love it wiser in Ed. Almost every magazine wanted to get every news agent that there are hundreds of books the thing his about it gets boring quickly because you work on the strategies. Then we're doing the same old strategies and it's it's it's not actually the interesting Whereas in Japan they've invented hundreds of Mush more interesting grid logic puzzles so I went to Japan to find Aubenas community? They make them by hand meaning Vats they generate the my computer. They got the the idea they fill in a complete grid. Then they work backwards in order to give the solver the my stance tiny way to the solution so they they will make you pass really interesting patterns. They'll do things that look like a difficult. The easy it's a complaint is is is beautiful engineer bolt from these these people to do that puzzles. It came out and said in Japan. The way they do Japanese books they often do is the size of a hardback. It's actually a paperback with flaps and with unbeatable everything Japan. You know this. This is that they do come. Small things really nine it kind of refined way. So we had this beautiful kind of minimalist design and came at and it just didn't sell and I think one of the reasons why didn't sell is that the whole idea of the book was kind of basically flawed correct You walked into a bookstore and he sold the on the puzzle shelf. The Sherlock look homes puzzle book. The Penguin Puzzle Book. The oldies olden survey puzzle book. What people seem to like in that puzzle? There's something very clearly says what it is and as a kind of almost victorian traditional British highly brand. Why would you want to buy this puzzle? Ninja ZSA threatening. It just didn't work actually now thinking about it. I've a a similar thing about failure. which is something? I've also learned. I did the picture books coloring books with advertise and we didn't because there was a full five years gathers it's amazing booming coloring books and I thought it was wanted to do something visual and mathematical. I met Edmond and he was the gods date with and I just had to my agent. I said if his BOOB for coloring books maybe publicly interested in a masculine work and Yes yes to do as fast as possible so Edmonton I. We did in like two months or something a lot and what we thought was messages was images for maths Mathis Saints Turnoff by many people complicated difficult so we need to as a title position. It like all the lovely kind of nature kind of coloring books so we ended up cooling. It snowflake seashell star is nicer literature. That it's kind of tasteful. Because you know that the star on the snowflake in the show I kind of mathematical in the negative way and came out in the UK and and just kind of did read it did did nothing did nothing. In America they were interested and publisher that Snowflake Lexi. She'll start what we WANNA call. It happens on the universe this amass coloring book really. There's there's like no we want to basically say exactly is completely unashamed of sayings maths and they were totally rise. It became the best seller in the US and did nothing to in the UK and that made me realize that. Actually be proud of what it is. Don't try and pretend that it's something else. 'cause she snowflake seashells thought what it did. It just blended in with everything else. It's not that special whereas you should actually go out and say this is the mass thing and people respond to that and actually there's a lot of people out there that now you're saying I won the mass. I think yes because I think I'm curious so I think the I learned that it's just a bit more proud that Oscar. AH The risk of taking down the tangents here. Alex with the alright say the US changed the name. Was Alex is a vegetarian number on the has a different name in the US us yes as well that does not and as a constant pain because the age of the Internet. If things on the same sums bye bye. People said. You didn't tell me exactly. The same book story is came up with the idea. Alex is mentioned number land and we were like well with with but my headset. We will celebrity pleased with really nice. Charming America in America. Were like GonNa look. Who's Alex I think? I think that's the whole point like I'm Alex. Adly nine and I think what it is is that alice it was before the Johnny only debt movie rally. They know what it is but it's not a cherished and as part of culture as Alice in wonderland rise in the UK. Hey where it's probably the most cherished Victorian yes child Story so coming up with other ideas and then I came up. Put tongue his looking at euclid. It's very rich very good. Thank you which they was good and also they got it sir. Twenty people who don't get it. It's obviously because his looking at you kid is the line Humphrey Bogart's Casablanca and will you and I came. Came up with this and I do know what this is actually better own. Maybe I should get back to the UK people and say say what you think and I did and they said as kind of testing on a few friends I made you said his euclid and then I realized this is why American English and British English. It's you know with with with few nations separated by common language. That is is very very different. Michael really interested in this thing about why Euclid is. He's known by every American and I will some friends of mine Americans and in Brandon Americans and I would say his euclid and they will. Oh yeah that's funny. I said Gee have you for this Risen the UK. I'd say he's Euclid As you've never heard of you Clinton and then and I was thinking well. Why is this the case so in New York you could avenue is a subway? Stop so if you're in New York you're going to actually at least know the word that maybe not yours geography. Is that if you there are places in America Euclid. Actually there are loads of street names around Medical Euclid and then this is my theory. I might be wrong with his Nice theory. And it's that the founding fathers in America are Mason's Mason's all very close ties masonic lodges obviously the Masons the symbol of the masons is the compass and straight edge all bad this kind of logical thinking in King.

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"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

15:06 min | 3 years ago

"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"The episodes by following the links in the shadows or just Google inside exams. podcast cast all just search Ravi Gate. You get your podcast from anyway without further ado let me introduce Alex balance as I say the Saudis a little bit weird. Did you to the headset. But actually he's not too bad. I might do all lanes of us just sat about my blue followed me. Laws Housing Future. I really hope you enjoy this one. I know you will on House et. I'll see you on the So Alex we stop as we always do on the podcast with maths. Speed dating questions so questionable. Watts is your favorite number and why this is easy for me hundred ten and I say that because I actually don't have a favorite number and date of number on discovering the lots of people do I survey. I snap poll to try and find. The world's favorite number forty four thousand people entered it and which was a mazing thousand different numbers with submitted the lowest hull number to get new point to get no votes one hundred written ten so I felt that Sewri sad number needs someone to love. It needs some love so I saw that comes my favorite. Lastly great I I look out flick it at all tastic second question Alex. And what was your favorite topic in Masters Students. This can be any age right. Okay so most excited about when I was at university and I was the philosophy of math. I studied maths and philosophy as really excited Ted by this holiday that you can get two different types of infinity and this kind of logical analysis of kind of Meta problems of things like whereas knowledge was infinity. How can you all kind of things? But that's sort of Then but I think all the way through Studying mass probably from the PYTHAGOREAN theorem though. Just bits Why it kind of? It was a new step in each time I go into the new stat and sort of the view different. I kind of enjoyed that. I'm sure there was any particular thing that you and the third question. We'd want to be perfectly honest here. I'm not too sure. What your job as dig? Moore's where we get into it but if you were to do something completely different than what would it debate because the question is what would you do. If you're in education must thinking I I wanted to not kind of our not and now I've kind of got the job. I would sort of really like what to do anyway but in the spirit of the question I think I'm the sort of person that always liked. CEO CEO Genoa's. That's a good idea. If I was doing something else I'd want to sort of Of crazy ideas kind of mad inventor type person I was. I think that would be really fun but actually it probably is lots of time just bookkeeping say she wouldn't be that much fun over a mankind idea of because as a as a journalist as a righty constantly coming up with ideas for stories by. We'll just say I came up with my day for a way to mango things like that. Little it wouldn't it. Wouldn't it be fun to take it to market or like In fact I designed invented this new type of pool table within a shape lips and if it would be really fun to markets and become this inventor takes a toy fairs and trade shows but actually very very soon you get bogged down with different types of wood and sort of an annoying carpenters and stuff like that. Let you know what I l.. Having an idea I really like the bureaucracy life. How did you get with the pool table? Did you get a model made so yes. So why did I have this idea. The idea was was kind of that before. In fact in nineteen sixties. A guy in America may a pool table. which wasn't a lips and they lips has two focal points to five as pilots and you have no pockets around the cushion? You have a black dot on one focus point and you have the whole on the other fuck opined and so what this means in the lips Is that if you put the fool on the black dot I on one explained hits it. It should revert rebounds should always go in the hope and I felt this would be really fun thing to do. Actually what you do you realize that it would go in the hole if you hit a exactly the right speed with zero spin and there was no drag and actually is up in the perfect mass land go in then real physics world as this Damn Pagan friction. The average distance that kind of gets in the way a sweater. I had this idea and I. How could I make this bill table? And so Google makes pool tables and I find these amazing is is in Essex Antenna. The Wo- The best in the world making pool tables that may pool tables of different shapes and sizes for people all over the world. While the handmaid's I said how much would it cost you to make this this observable table and they said well it's GonNa be by Sukkur twelve and fifteen thousand pounds. Wow and I I K- I forwarded secondly I was living in a top floor flat at the time I would. We'll be able to get it off the status and then I had this sort of brainwave which was I recently? Met a billionaire and Dan. This billionaire. I've met him because he's David harding. Who essentially funded the Science Museum Mass Gallery and also used to his companies could winton? Didn't they used to fund the Royal Society Book Prize which by being nominated for so he was a kind of a figure who is circulating likes to go to these things and likes to to put money back into the promotion of signs and amazing. He'd give me his car so I just sent him an email and said I've got this idea Bush. Tate's too expensive for me. I can't get my flats said this is this. Is the proposal you again to buy elliptical pool table it costs fifty thousand pads and you office will be the coolest office in the world. And it does what you like cremation signs signs It's a kind of public objects that it's not just for the hell of it. It's it's because it's in the embodiment of somebody interesting mathematical mathematical idea. And all the credit for that. And it's fun. You'll start for love you at all. I want is kind of sort of some kind of moral the ownership of it so if I want to take it to schools you can let me take it to school if I want to. Have someone come and play leads to your office. Plants and I think within a few hours I guess this this is the mind of a belief as few hours. I got the email. Yeah Yeah Brilliant talked to my charity guy and it was linked. I think he was slightly going on a date with some actually. It was fine and it took several the months and I went to Essex several times and it was really fun developing and it's been grateful. I'm thinking today at now. I've done it in for a while. I could say I wasn't inventor and I was invited to a conference influence which I've never been before was very exciting And then you know I I would get. I've had maybe thousand emails from around the world. People want to the by one. Because I've been on the number file channel a few times and one of the most watched video clips they have is the second most watched clip is how the next seven or eight million views is of me presenting the pool table. So those people they see anything I want one of those. Hey fifteen grand and they had I been neither ever. Hey from an ever again. I have so to all the guy. I've got to sales guy one from a mysterious man in Australia. I like to think of some kind of James Bowen Person Villain. Probably you got his own room with table and the I think the University of Waterloo in Canada them as department because they felt it would be great. Contain to to have so. I'll see you could just talk all night. I've not ruled out saw we'll see. How does the game work because it just like one ball just to get the whole? Yes so this is right say is the table and that table is GonNa be very boring. If all you're doing is trying to share the bull in the Puckett's just by with anyone bowl on the table Time Mike a pool game and so a friend of mine. We went to winton and we will playing Randall in West. We started with Alexa bowls and then we realized what was happening with gradually. If you didn't get the Bulls in the centrifuge goofballs they started to land slightly on the edges. Close to the cushion and clog things up it was is not fun so what was most fun was to just with three bulls. Oh sorry. Football's your cable and then three It's a black and and one one on one read and it was kind of rapid fire game that you start off by naming the color that you one and a half day when you break you have to have that color ads. Then it's if it's fun with her only two other bills table because it's quite easy to cats which way to hit the ball in the Cubal- not that you want to hit because obviously Wherever you are they're always exactly full ways to hit something in the pocket because of the cemeteries so sometimes three balls on the table to those will be blocked but you always have one possible way of getting to it whereas when there are too many people's dislike is a little bit messy and maybe maybe if you really scoop allotted you can introduce won't bills that we've thought it's quite fun and there was that excitement assignment of having fast game? Sometimes the Games would last two or three shots. Sometimes they off up to fifteen minutes and unpredictability. It was fun and it was quite satisfying. It was it was almost like any kind of table tennis or something. The Best Snooker I but in the short shorts around times he okay best to ten and I would add to take you off an hour or something. I think this has gone potential list. I'm seeing this break. This kind of twenty twenty cricket this is this is the kind of pool breakout. Maybe the Olympics. I totally agree totally with you. I'm totally with the problem. Is You have to find a way of producing that table. Yeah we'll say two thousand pounds months and the only way you're GonNa do that is if it's sort of factory is doing it with economies of scale etc and. I couldn't find it odd actually speak to these factories and I never managed to Ah. I said several emails to the big factories expected to those of some people in Hong Kong. He wanted it for the pool table and the club and was saying ass with right by China we could get it cheaper in China and then it just becomes something else and you took stuff that's been anyone is listening. He wants to spend their time trying to work out. A way to produce these tables full up to two thousand pounds. Then go Fred Fred. Well Hussy we'll see five well. I broke the record for the longest speed data. Yeah this could be a twenty four hour. called fantastic. Well I bet we got onto your career them because as I say I I. I've got vague ideas. But let me just takes on a journey for valid all started for you and and how you've got to where you are today. Okay so I'll take logically trying to as fast as possible I. I am sauce thing quite good at maths when I was young and a five six every enjoyed that was very good adventurous medic and also that there was something like my mum's Hungarian and Hungarian really proud of being Than anyone else at mathematics isolated lieutenant too hot so I kind of felt this my vacation and I absolutely love Mathis does. My best subject is losing to study at university but back then maths was ghetto. I've wanted to talk about high ideas. Images of Masters Change. But when I was growing up in the seventies in Scotland it was really on Koa close And I kind of wanted to hang out with the cool kids so I was also quite into writing in other subjects and art and stuff like that and I was always his complete gossips. I was the school newspaper and then school magazine than state Sunday mass influx tapes. I could have one foot in both the writing and the maths but I ended up spending most of my time not studying but doing the university newspaper which I edited and Quite well I could probably have carried on and academia my dad's academic Do what he's done it. All my friends a journalist I ended up becoming a trainee journalist had the Brian Evening August up from regional. Press the National Press I got jealous. A news reporter at the Guardian My mid twenty s and in my late twenties sized get to South America and was made the correspondent for the garden and observe in South America America. I ended up writing a book on Brazil. Seem through convertibles. It's supposed presentable but really it was using football to write about Brazil. Did that quite well. I came back to the UK. W What I was going to do because I can buy Brazil being that I didn't want to get back. The Gods.

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