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Pete Buttigieg on Joe Biden's New Economic Recovery Plan
"Comes a covert nine tain. Of doing nothing other than predicting virus would disappear or maybe the drank bleach. You may be okay. Trump is simply given up. He's waved the white flag. He's walked away. This failures come with the terrible human cost. And deep economic toll. Time and again working families are paying the price. For this administration's incompetence. There's no other way to say it then incompetence. Speech at a factory in Pennsylvania today, the former vice president of rolled out his seven hundred billion dollar economic recovery plan today. He outlined his build back better plan near his hometown of Scranton Jr also happens to be a battleground state Biden's pitch comes as another one point, three million Americans filed for unemployment just last week as the pandemic continues as he said to take its toll for more, we welcome to our broadcast people to judge author veteran former mayor of South Bend Indiana, and of course, former Democratic presidential candidate. Thank you for coming on Mr Mayor and when you think about it. Infrastructure was always lying out there. Available to this president. It was a layup shot. It was an open net. All He'd had to do was name as he could have put his name on all those your tax dollars at work signs on the interstates. All he had to do was funded Joe Biden today gave it. A name pledged to fund it with fifty million Americans out of work. It's probably a good idea. No. Absolutely Joe Biden's put forward plan to make sure we're investing in American competitiveness investing in American manufacturing, which will do a lot of good in my part of the country, investing workers, research and development, and you're right, you know infrastructure is one of those things that. Frankly I. think mayors on both sides of the aisle. This president might actually deliver since it's very popular good for the economy. We need to do but. Even, this basic idea a. UPGRADING OUR INFRASTRUCTURE DONALD TRUMP campaign don. Didn't bother to actually do it. Joe Biden will because I think he understands the importance of a tour on. It's been something that's needed attention for some time, but now with our economy in shambles. It's also an opportunity to get people back to work. I want to play for you. Something this is. Telephone interview tonight, Sean Hannity Donald. Trump is how donald trump went after Joe Biden today. And he walks onto the stage wearing this massive mask. There's nobody on the stage, and then he takes off. He likes to have it hanging off usually the left ear I think it makes them feel good, frankly if you WanNa know the truth, and I guess that's okay, but you know when there's nobody around a. you don't really have to do that, but he feels. It's good and I'm okay with it if he wants to do that. He's got the largest basket. I think I've ever seen. It covers up you'll. You'll be wearing a mask to walk. feels. He looks good that way. So Mr Mayor? If he's GonNa litigated mask wearing masks size. What ear he hangs it off of in the midst of pandemic with fifty million out of work I'm assuming side. We'll take that fight. We Will Americans are dying is not a fight that we asked for, but and look nothing about district be political or partisan, listening to doctors should not be a partisan issue, and if you look at among the people, most Americans, trust medical scientists way more than they trust. Donald Trump but unfortunately a lot of his political protectors are allowing this to turn into a culture. Joe Biden wore a mask because he's setting an example about how to save lives, because that's what presidents did, and you know in addition to the bad policies in addition to the incompetent management I think the thing that's costing the American people most right now is. We don't have a president who has any? Any concept of the importance to setting an example of calling the American people who are highest valleys i. that's what Joe Biden was talking about from day one back when we were competing for the nomination, where his campaign was built on the left of the soul of the nation of battle, now underway the nation I think the reason you see our party united and a lot of independence in an increasing number of what I like to call future. Former Republicans all coming together to say that we want to lecture by the defeat. Trump is that you don't have to be a die hard rock real down crash to see that we need a better example set by the American presidency. Must be an interesting time for you as a veteran. You've got senator. Duckworth getting called a coward who hates America by a cable news host? You have lieutenant. Colonel Veneman men, putting in his paperwork. And you have this story of bounties being paid by Russia and Russia's President American lives of your brothers and sisters in uniform in Afghanistan and the Defense Secretary for one is a voice. We could probably use to hear right about now you agree. Do and I think that we need answered quickly about exactly what the president did not only his shocking inaction in the time, leading up to the story, came out his silence and inaction about the issue since. Ever, since the story is broken, I've been hearing from friends that I served with and look. This adds up to pack whether it's the way they talk about Senator Doctors who gave? More, to this country. Than just about any critics. Whether, it's the fact that a another were here. Colonel has career derailed fleet. Or the failure to protect troops abroad. It's clear that this administration has no respect for the military, and as one of the reasons why members of the military are looking for different. I think that represents a historic opportunity for my party. Keep reaching out again. It shouldn't be a cars an issue, the shooting way beyond politics, but right now we've got a very clear choice between somebody like Vice President Biden, who whose families military family whose son served. As somebody like Donald Trump, who's you know? Origins include going out of his way to avoid certain taking advantage of his millionaire connections to do it. As young man always rooted today where he just clearly doesn't care about protecting American troops, things like what we've learned that Russia to do. People judge, thank you very much for coming on great to have you on the broadcast tonight. Appreciate it
Robert Fuller: Police Confirm Suicide Death of California Black Man Found Hanging in Tree in Palmdale, Los Angeles County
"Was not a crime. Detectives with the county sheriff's Department say all evidence reveals the man suffered from mental health issues over several years. Sheriff's investigators acknowledge the sensitivity of this investigation. June 10th the black man found hanging I'm a tree in Palmdale in a park. The victim was suspended by his neck from a braided rope tied directly to the tree branches accessible only from up in the tree, indicating that the victim was not hoisted. Commander Chris Mark's talking about the re review of this case. Robert Lee Roy Fuller, he says killed himself. Investigators observed several men EER scars on Mr Fuller's left wrist consistent with suicidal attempt says he had a long history of mental health problems. In February of 2019 Mr Fuller Admitted to a California hospital, reportedly hearing voices to kill himself, He says evidence at the scene reveals no signs of a struggle. The autopsy, no defensive wounds on Fuller's body, Craig Fichtner can extend 70 news radio investigators say they think glee actress Naya Rivera
Police investigation confirms suicide death of Black man found hanging in tree in Palmdale
"Years of documented mental health problems, let a black man to hang himself and that it was not a lynching. It happened. A month in a Palmdale park. It was June 10th Robert Leroy Fuller was found hanging from a tree and Palmdale. It has been ruled a suicide. After a second review by the Sheriff's department. The victim was suspended from a tree branch by his neck from a braided rope. The tree was climb a ble by someone of Mr Fuller's age and physical stature. There were no signs of a struggle. No defensive wounds, observed Commander Chris Marc Silly sheriff's detectives division detectives identified a purchase May 14th 2020 in which a red rose Consistent with one used in the hanging was purchased with the car registered to Mr Fuller. And he says, Since 2014 Fuller had been in and out of state mental health hospitals, claiming that there were voices telling him to kill himself. He had last seen his family about two weeks before his death. Craig figure can extend 70. NewsRadio
CDC director says agency won't rewrite guidelines for reopening schools
"The president is threatening to pull federal funding from school districts that don't offer in person classes this fall. The report from ABC, Stephanie Ramos were very much going to put pressure on Governors and everybody else to open the school's president, Trump tweeting. He disagrees with the CDC on their very tough and expensive guidelines for opening schools, the president said today. We just don't want the guidance to be too tough, though CDC guidelines call for safety measures like masks six feet of spacing between desks, open windows, avoiding the cafeteria and playground equipment if possible. But mixed messages from the White House Corona virus a task force. I want to make it very clear. That was not the intent of CD sees guidelines. Is to be used as a rationale to keep schools closed in Florida. There's heated debate after the state ordered schools to reopen in August. I don't think it's responsible to go back to school at a Tampa school board meeting students, teachers and parents like this, e R doctor are worried, thinking really hard to make a decision. So I can't make that decision as a physician treating covert patients whose come from that space. I'm not sure how their parents can. New Jersey teacher Adam Roth wants back in the classroom. If it's safe, we can have Not much greater impact on our student population if we are with them, just in a state of the country's largest public school system in New York City, unveiling its plan to re opened with a mix of online learning with 2 to 3 days in the classroom, leaving it up to parents, the governor blasting the president, arguing he has no authority over the decision to reopen schools. Vivants has. Don't listen to the CDC. I disagree with them. Really? You know, Mr President, better than your have health experts had to protect the health of students. The president hasn't spelled out how he would cut off funding he would need Congress to cut off the little he controls. Most schools are funded by the state and local levels, but the vice president has suggested the White House could tie Of reopening of schools to Corona virus funding down the line. That's a B C. Stephanie Ramos reporting.
Supreme Court issues key rulings on Trump's financial records
"Supreme Court ruling the Manhattan D A can subpoena President Trump's tax returns, but Congress for now, can't a political prosecution. That's what President Trump is calling a key Supreme Court ruling. A on his tax returns and financial records. The Supreme Court in a 7 to 2 ruling said the president cannot block a subpoena for records Song by a New York prosecutor, the president writing on Twitter quote, I won the Mueller Witch Hunt and others, and now we have to keep fighting any politically corrupt New York Mr Trump, adding quote, not fair to this presidency or administration. He continued in a separate tweet, venting that courts in the past have given broad deference to presidents, but not to him. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington,
Trump says he’s a victim of ‘political prosecution’ after Supreme Court rulings
"He's the victim of a political prosecution. House Speaker Pelosi says Supreme Court Action Today shows no president is above the law. In one ruling, the court gave New York City prosecutors the OK to pursue Mr Trump's financial records and a criminal case legal analyst Thane Rosenbaum. This is a terrible blow to the president, especially since the two justices he appointed to the Supreme Court. Norsigian. Cavanaugh voted with the majority, even though Cavanaugh as a young lawyer, once wrote that president should always be immune from prosecution while in office. The court obviously rejected the argument that a president enjoys broad immunity from prosecution then. Still, the records may never make it past the grand jury, and the president's lawyers can make new arguments in a lower court. The other ruling blocked House Democrats from getting Mr Trump's records. Legal analyst Jonathan Turley. If President Trump claims any victory, it will be over time, he succeeded in delaying any disclosure of this information. And these decisions will guarantee that this can just got kicked down the road. Past the next election. The situation only
Supreme Court says New York prosecutor may pursue Trump’s financial records, denies Congress access for now
"Day of a U. S. Supreme Court for two cases involving President Trump's financial records. CBS is Stephen Portnoy in the case involving New York prosecutors in their efforts to obtain the president's business records. The court flatly rejected Mr Trump's arguments. That as president, he is absolutely immune from local grand jury subpoenas. Chief Justice John Roberts. His opinion also says the president can't demand that state prosecutors demonstrate a heightened need for his records. The case has been sent back to a lower court where the president might make other arguments. Separately, the justices rejected an effort by House Democrats to issue their own subpoena for the tax records. In that case, the court sided with the president, ruling that Congress's approach aggravated the separation of powers if it were to stand Roberts. His opinion says Congress could quote a grand eyes itself with the president's expense. Just is the framers feared,
Prosecutors can see Trump taxes, Supreme Court says
"7 30 decisions from the Supreme Court on the president's financial records. Their records were held by the president's longtime accounting firm. Said it would comply with the court order. The court order basically goes to the New York State case involved, looking at some payments, ah, that the president's organization made. When it comes to the Congress. They don't get the records just yet. We're going to get the very latest on this now. Our in depth team coverage at 7 31 CBS News Special Report. The Supreme Court has just ruled against the president in his bid to keep his financial records private as part of a criminal investigation that includes hush money payments to women who claim affairs with Mr Trump White House correspondent Stephen Portnoy. This is a significant defeat for the president. The justices ruled 70 to that New York prosecutors can subpoena Mr Trump's business records. A majority opinion was written by Chief Justice John Roberts, who says the president is quote neither absolutely immune from state criminal subpoenas seeking his private papers, nor entitled to a heightened standard of knee. In a second ruling, the Supreme Court will not allow Democratic led congressional committees to get ahold of the president's financial records. It sent that case back to the lower court's. Unlike past presidents, Mr Trump has steadfastly refused to release details of his finances or taxes. CBS News Special Report. I'm Deborah Rodriguez, 7
About that border wall, Mr. Presidents ... who's paying?
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About that border wall, Mr. Presidents ... who's paying?
"As president he pushes trump has school long districts insisted to bring Mexico students will pay back for this the southern fall border president wall trump is also but payment complaining did about not guidelines seem to be a his focus own public when he health hosted officials Mexico's have offered leader for at a the C. White House free yesterday opening on the the campaign president trail says the CDC's we're going to have the wall guidelines are when impractical I got to pay for the wall candidate and too trump expensive insisted the Mexico president said today would we just don't last want the guidance year to be too tough Sicherheit the vice president out exact says the CDC will now may issue fourth new they guidance are but next Mexico week is a not new set paying of for tools the ongoing aimed at construction keeping kids safe American in taxpayers classrooms are at the same in time their public the events president's yesterday threatening neither to hold leader back federal even mention funding the if wall schools do asked not if re they did open in private New York trump governor spokeswoman Andrew Kaylee Cuomo McEntee says re had opening little is to a state add call that discussion not did the president's not come up when we I was will in open the room the schools Sager make ani if Washington it is safe to open the schools Sager mag ani Washington
Attorney for former Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death files motion to dismiss charges
"The attorney for one of the four former officers accused in the death of George floated. Floyd is trying to get the charges dismissed against him. Thomas Layne was only a few days on the job when he was involved in the May 25th incident. At 38th in Chicago. Lane has since been fired and is now charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder and manslaughter. His attorney is Earl Grey, and he was asked today by WCC Chad Harman why those charges should be dropped. My client is innocent of the crimes charged he did not aid and abet Mr Shoven in committing 1/3 degree assault. Therefore, he wouldn't be guilty of the murder in the second degree, and he did not aid and abet Officer Shoven in culpable negligence, which is the manslaughter charge. So, basically, he's charged in the complaint with aiding and abetting Sheldon. In those two crimes. We don't agree that a crime was committed in the first place. I think once facts come out all of the facts, The public will learn more about what shoving did. But I'm not here to defend, Shove and I'm defending Officer Lane and Officer Lane. Did not eat in a bit of shoving in committing any
Atlanta police release video of person of interest in 8-year-old girl’s shooting death
"A lot of police say they're now looking for a person of interest in the fatal shooting of SKorea Turner He's a black man seen on surveillance video toting a rifle way believe at this point, there's going to be at a minimum of three additional suspects. And of course, as we have time to progressively investigation, that number can change. The eight year old girl was shot while riding in her mother's SUV near the Wendy's on University Avenue last weekend. Investigators say eight shots were fired at the vehicle as it attempted to go around a roadblock set up by an armed group on this was a crime in our humility, Gerald Rose, leader of the activist group, New Order National Human Rights Organization. Is Colin for whoever is responsible for the little girl's death to turn themselves in. When we say black lives matter. We feel that this young lady a year or her live matter is well and we was wondering why there's really no outraged. On this eight year old girl that was murdered here in Atlanta on the same Black. Mr Brooks was murdered as well. If you have information in the case you asked to call the Crimestoppers allowed a hotline at full 45778477 or 577 Tips. There is a $20,000
Mary Kay Letourneau: Teacher who married boy she raped dies at 58
"Kay Letourneau has died. A teacher came in for Mr 1996 for having sex with their sixth grade student. She got pregnant after pleading guilty to child rape. They had a second child. When she got out of prison. She married the boy was an adult by them, but they later separated. Paternal died of cancer.
Trump is a "narcissist," niece claims in scathing new tell-all book
"Now seen hello books from lots of people who worked at the White House at one point or another in his new book team. Vipers Sims, recounts one day help the President on the sharpie and White House stationary compile. An enemies list people who got along with the president and people who didn't what Bolton saw left him deeply disturbed. I don't think he's fit for office I. Think he has the competence to carry out job, but never have. We seen a no-holds-barred perspective from someone who? Who grew up in the trump family? Mary trump the niece of president. Trump has now written a book that the president tried to suit to block, but it's publisher says this book is coming out with a he likes it or not. An ABC news has obtained a copy and these other books from former White House officials. Try to take you inside the president's game plan is leadership style. The message from Mary Trump is there is no game plan. There is no leadership and that she. She says is the danger in the midst of a pandemic heading into an election ABC senior editorial producer. John T was there in the early days of the trump campaign and just kept covering him John Every day. You read this book. What's in it while there's a lot Brad I mean the idea that of member of the first extended family is coming out and saying something about sitting president then and never itself is news worthy of an and what she's doing. This book is doing several. Several things they've had an estranged relationship just to be clear they have seen each other sporadically over the last several years married trump explains quite vivid. Detail a dinner at the white. House she went to an April two thousand seventeen. This was a birthday party for to her aunts that the president hosted. But you know what she talks about in this book is the dynamics beyond the broader family you know. She is the daughter of Fred from junior I had a brother Fred. Great Guy. Best Looking, Guy Best personality much better than mine bridge from dine about. It's the reason Donald. Trump says he personally never touched a drink or smoke a cigarette. He was substantially older and I listened to him, and I respected it, but he would constantly tell me. Don't drink. He'd also add. Don't smoke and Mary Trump says that between Donald, trump and donald trump's bother fred trump senior. They were the ones that destroyed his brother I think Fred would have been very happy if he didn't have to compete, he had to compete. Because of the environment he had to compete and ultimately ended up destroying and with very sad she details in the book instances where they belittled him of four, leaving the family business than when he tried to come back later in life of the abused him further. And pushed him to the brink Mary. Trump said the president's father served to encourage Donald's reckless hyperbole and unearned confidence that hit Donald's pathological weaknesses and insecurities. What's the John is the book the claims in this book more about like. Here's what it's like to grow up trump or are there. Moments shed light into think what the rest of Americans like what voters want to know. How does this affect the president's governing style what he does in the Oval Office is. Are there insights there well? She says that the idea that he is on a narcissist, and no it all I built this empire. And I. Get it by myself. Nobody did it for me. He has votes in their allegedly attributed to the president's eldest sister who happened to be a former federal judge up in New York Jersey area. That says he's a clown Mary. Trump says the president sister retired judge Maryanne trump. Barry told her in two thousand fifteen. She didn't take her brother's presidential campaign. Seriously those things that voters will perhaps find interesting. I mean it's it plays right into the political climate right now with writings book and she says that she you know thought about writing something for years she. Comes clean. You will in admitting that. She was a source to the New York Times Investigation Renee revealed. Never before seen Information Donald Trump's financial specifically tax returns according to The Times in multiple years Mr. trump seems to have lost more money than nearly any other individual taxpayer in the country, and the paper says because of those staggering losses. He paid no federal income taxes for of those ten years. She says that she just couldn't take it anymore. She felt that. If Donald Trump got elected for a second term, it would damage democracy. Donald is not simply week. She writes. His Ego is a fragile thing that must be bolstered every moment because he knows deep down that he has nothing of what he claims to be. Hey, what is the deal with whether? This book can come out or not, because there were questions about whether Simon and Schuster could even publish the it looks like they can, and they will weird as. As Mary trump in her relationship to the family into all this, the main crux of this remember is that this all started or I? Guess married? Trump's ax to grind really came from a after her father died. There was a share in the grandparents estate The cheap should've gone to her and her brother well. When the grandparents died, it turned out. They were cut out of the. and the two of them A. Spot a lawsuit tried to actually get their fair share of what they said was. The trump family is stay and ultimately they settled in a nondisclosure agreement and appellate court rulings freed the publisher from temporary restraining order that is still in effect for Mary trump. The president's brother tried to prevent the books release because the family said it violated a nondisclosure agreement. The I and they were learning more about the presidents character. Obviously, there's been books written about his time governing in the White House but to hear more about Donald Trump the man It is a different portrayal that we've heard from previous books in the white. House is classified. This is a book of fiction. The press secretary Kelly McNamee said yesterday. I haven't seen the book, but it is a work of falsehoods.
Israel announces successful launch of new spy satellite
"Now says it's launched a new tool to bolster its ability to monitor security threats in the Middle East. At 4 a.m. Local time, Israel's Defense Ministry says it successfully launched a new spy satellite into orbit. The effects, 16 is described as an electro optical reconnaissance satellite with advanced capabilities defense. Mr. General Bennigan's called it a quote extraordinary achievement on one that is essential to Israel's security. The spy satellite launch comes as a new report blames Israel for planting a bomb that exploded at Iran's Natanz nuclear facility last week. Giordano Miller ABC News Jerusalem, Let's go. The apse
A Developer's Summer, with Underscore David Smith
"Hello everyone this is David sparks joined by my fellow co-hosts Mr. Stephen Hackett I Stephen Hey David. How are you good I feel like this week is kind of putting the capper on our W. WDC coverage. Finished up last week, we were able to talk about quite a bit during the during ww see, and then we talked about our Betas last week this week. We thought we bring in somebody who has a unique and interesting perspective on it. Welcome back to the show David Smith. You it's A. It's a pleasure to be here I mean I was? It's an honor to be on power users so I'm glad to be able to kind of come in gas lend a developer perspective to all the announcements that we just had. Thinking that you'd be the perfect guest for it by pay, we just had him on and then I looked twenty seventeen, so. I don't know what happened there in my head, but The you know David you were telling me before the show started. How many wwe cs have you participated in a believe? This is number twelve for me and my first one is in two thousand and nine, and I've been essentially attended in some form ever ever since so it's been like this regular fixture in my family that as far as like in which. That's longer than my children have. Our old, so like from their perspective, daddy always disappears for a week in June like that's just a part of a part of life that I'm sure they expect happens to every father in the world. They just June is when they go to California, but that's. It was a very unusual year to just actually just stay at home and be here, but sort of not here. kind of station in the basement to a just a after shift myself to California time, and then also just there's so much to do. But generally speaking, it was definitely a different year than all the others that I've had the privilege of experiencing. As, someone who's been W. DC with you? I think we one year we stay together and the relay Commun-. The but I feel like you are somebody that really always. My observation takes advantage of WBZ. You're always hustling to get to meetings and and get the content and I feel like you are in my mind for lack of a better term, a lunch pail developer just show up and you get the work done, and I've always appreciate that about you. So, let's talk, you know. You watched it from home this year I guess That was that. It was different I. Mean on the one hand. It was kind of Nice to be able to like my wife set next to me on the Sofa and we questioned on our TV, and it was. It was kind of Nice to share that with her. Because while we sometimes, we'll do that for things like phone announcements, or you know other apple events throughout the year when I'm not in California You know she's heard me talk about WDC many times and WC announcements are the ones that I like kind of lose my mind and be super excited, and like it's in a way that is unusual that it's not. As to you know with an iphone announcement because a cool new camera that's kind of clear and accessible, but like I'm losing my mind over some minor thing that they just mentioned and she has no idea and it was kind of a fun thing. I think for us to be to share that But it was definitely a bit odd to. Then just like just like. I watched the Hino, and then I go and sit at my at my regular, my regular office and I can download all the Betas, and like get started right away rather than like frantically trying to eat like an awful box lunch in between the keynote in the state of the Union and then like sometime later somehow try and get the. Betas installed over Chino potentially and not so reliable Wi fi, and so like it was definitely a very different Monday for WGC than I'm used to though I kind of liked it like it was kind of Nice I felt like I was super productive like in a very intense way which? Definitely took the weekend to recover from, but it was. It was different, but in a good way I, think is the best summary for how serve the General Rafeal if WGC was for me. The general take wagon talking to developer friends. It's like it was a more more is week easier to get information easier to manage Betas and find out what exactly what's going on. You're not kind of in the thick of it. But it was less useful of direct access to apple engineers. Maybe I'd say from my experience like they had labs this year. Which is alive that typically WGC they have these big sessions where apple engineers are available to attendees who go into, ask your questions, which is the one time of year typically where you're able to interact with an apple engineer, because typically they're locked. Locked away in Cupertino and can talk about anything related to what they're working on, but this one week they get let out in are allowed to do that. And I was very curious to see what they did for. The labs experience this year and worked well like I think I attended five or six lives, and they were just kind of like voice. Conference calls I could share I could share my screen to to the call if I had some code I needed to show them or something. I wanted them to kind of look at and by and large. That process was actually very efficient, and from the kind of likes to the way they structured. It is I mean they were available to anyone who had a pay developer account so I. Don't Know How many people that is in the world, but it is almost certainly. Probably millions if not. Like tens of millions and it was just kind of you signed up. You submitted a question, and they had of reviewed them the day before and assigned to a lab based on as like, do you? Did you actually see Mike? You had a reason a question. That's useful and. Effective to answer, and it was to the asking esque, the right lab, or the right place and feuded, both those things like I was able to get my labs, and got my questions answered, and so that was actually kind of cool. I think only part. I missed was really like. You're talking about the sexting at the the relay commune. Having that kind of that sense of community and being around other people. Like the idea. Of being on site in San Jose was something that I certainly missed this year, and that's a tricky thing to quantify 'cause i. think in most other ways. The Co like the conference was better for being virtual like the session videos were better, and they were more accessible in the sense that they are available immediately to everybody they all have full transcripts that are searchable and so are accessible, just both from an ex. A accessibility perspective of perse people for people for whom listening to video is difficult. They have the transcript immediately available, and they can do. Watch close captioning as Equally accessible to everybody irrespective, if you have the means and the resources and the ability to go to saint, say or not you just if you have an Internet connection, you have exactly the same connection, and then like all the content was super polished
Archbishop of Canterbury says Church needs to reconsider portraying Jesus as white
"I WANNA. Do a follow up a little bit on. Something that we've talked about. A couple of weeks now on the show or at least come up and then we kind of really addressed it. And that's the idea of like white Jesus right why Jesus Jesus so this is an ongoing saga. of people rightfully pointing out the fact that the European and North American version of Jesus is. Racist. Wrong. It's wrong, and it's an an and it's. Definitely leads to sort of this white supremacy sort of thing right because like. Devoid surpremacy leading-edge. Yeah absolutely well. As? The arch. Bitch Bishop of Canterbury one Mr Justin Welby He's the head of the Church of England of course He was on the BBC. BBC Radio Four. And he was asked about what he thought about the Western image of Jesus, and maybe if it should be reimagined. And goes sure, yes, of course, it does right. And he, which I guess probably is not all that surprising. When you know a few things about you know Church of England, but he goes on. He says that he has seen Jesus portrayed in different countries during his travels. You go into their churches, and you don't see a white Jesus you see a black Jesus or Chinese, Jesus or Middle Eastern Jesus, which is of course, the most accurate. you see Jian Jesus you see Jesus portrayed as many ways as there are cultures languages. An understanding's is what he says. Okay, and so I've never seen a Figi Jesus. Will. Have you ever been to Fiji? I have a feeling he might have been. Sure why not but nonetheless the? This caused a little bit of a stir in the UK, you know. People are going to disagree with any sort of thing. Anyway. He was denounced by all sorts of types I'm sure they're conservative types, or whatever right, but one of the things. That I think this raises. Is. It kind of a question of if you know. If you can create your God basically in your own image, right? Right like what? What does it matter? Doesn't that just backup the whole thing that you are creating your God own image? Always you're. You're like like right, so it's just made manifest this thing that people already already do and it's just so just so happens it. It's little problematic. Extra problematic perhaps with white people. Really to think we're the best you know. It's just so funny it's just like I. If you are unwilling to just go with the historical guy that you're pretending is, the is the reason for your whole religion like there's this. That you're super into. He's your, do yeah. If. You can't just go with him right. then. You're making it up. You're admitting that you're making it up. So I think you got a bit of a problem there. Guys let him be Middle Eastern what's the problem? You know what he looked like. We all know if you if I showed you twenty two pictures of. dudes from different parts of the world, said point to the guys that might be Middle Eastern. You're probably going to get it right. Yeah as four you know. Which one of these do you think Jesus actually looked like? ooh, that's. Why is that so hard? That, why is that so hard?
Venerable Robina Courtin: Understanding the Buddhas Teachings for Ourselves
"Myself to the huge whether I'm traveling in an aeroplane among place, so cancel the airplanes cost, but I'm still doing the teaching artists three feet into the computer, so it's quite handy, and it's been very nice. It's been very good I mean pulled in Oregon some very kind of giving their apartment, not very much cheaper, and sometimes they're an I'm sitting here doing my job. This very good I'm quite content and how you finding teaching over the Internet. Yeah, I mean really released prized by. Having the people on the screen you know because you can get twenty five people so first of all. Because it's people, the welcome coming, he would never go to a teaching considering Timbuktu somewhere. They can join so it's been very moving against experienced. I was really surprised by that having people's faith and win of course, a President I mean twenty five people on the computer screen, and then you fix, patient pays and see who's there and those who don't won't faced on habits. Once you start asking questions. They come up strong, and it's been very moving and people to said that, but it's really quite preston quite direct and quite intense. Intense, so I, really really really enjoying it I have to say it's kind of a an odd thing to say straight. Curious. Yeah, do you think you'll do more of it? When you can travel you get back on the planes and travel around the world I think eventually when I'm very very old. When I'm very old now my probably do that, but I don't mind driving around and don't have a home right now, so I can't keep in the other. People's. I mean this is a flash. Some sleep around is okay very well. Traveling on airplanes, sweeping around seats means gave up running the prison. Project is based in California. State, sort of fully since ninety, four, ninety, five, ninety, five, ninety, four, then rush out of the prison. We started the prison project about ninety six, and then again that up. Two thousand nine so since I've been teaching full time. So I'll go knowle's cinches. You know people invite me not Dubai schedule go so the last ten years I haven't had a hundred. I had one small bag. One St of robes, companies, a shoes by a few things ultra. Six me really I must have been. What do you call one of those nine really suit. My nature I have to say that I really does and I always think. Lewis people that go your houses when I die. Nothing no to team. Up because. You've got an easy exit. One of the things one of the questions I. wanted to ask you is that you know you travel around? The World Teaching Dhamma around the world I'm wondering what it is that you find about the Dhamma that resonates with people. What is what are some of the things that you go to? You know no matter where you land was gonNA engage able. Well, you know this is where. I mean it just seems to me clearly, we want to summarize what Buddha is a bad. It's not a joke starting to be a clever, he has issued. Say you need to learn to be around Serapis? I think we're really do on pack. We get beyond the. Indian amazing culture for centuries enough and the frame welcome to mention framework of things and like. Really with it, you start to get to the essence, and clearly the essence has to be the mind, so you're not putting Greek for God's sake, but it is not a psychologist on anything. That's exactly I mean. Everything comes down to the mind, even the fuel. It's it's amazing. Sufficient. Brilliant worldview of the Buddha's is observed to be true. That is a law natural law that runs a unit us. And what does it run is law within which minds and lives of sentient beings run, so there's Buddhist psychology which is a how the mind works and that trump's from is genius. Indians are with. His Holiness. He says it was amazing Indians more than three thousand years ago. Who wants to begin the investigation tonight? Yourself I mean we clip Judeo Christian. European SORTA was Mr Freud didn't do. It was arrogance so physical Buddha commanders incredible system. What do they do? They met the mind they met. The mind to yield is four thousand distinct mental illnesses, which summarize into three is an incredibly sophisticated map of the mind I mean
"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
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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. 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She just couldn't get and then kind of session jolt. Of People did today. And that's something you can't do in an asteroid, Australia. Sessions so yeah I went into a little bit successions, but I'm afraid of inside, right? Because I was. Really upset. Of Minced Guy, Dick Simon now ends as kits for awhile I would move view of it is. We can revisit those calling..
"mr" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Guy Do some plugs in a second what I WANNA do. What I want is to say that I don't know if this will come up in the after show but I feel like it's very important. That is something to news in topics in the dock. Max If you WANNA look at this. Oh It's in the doc the DOC okay I've hold on. I've closed the DOC. The DOC A bit bit. Okay I'm going on click now. No she finished until you say fuck now. I'm clicking. I've added someone to news and topics called Parachutes Centaurs in the physics of standing trump. And what I would like to do is do a dive on a bit. It's a little tired but I think needs some Mexican can style. And perhaps some Alex Marlins Star. We address Some updates on the way. The trump family stands and in particular. We want to address the issue of Mr Trump looking like Mr trump's are looking like the front half of a Centaur I spent easily six minutes. Did you see so? He he visited the mask factory. Yes I just tweeted a video. Did the mask factory. Not Wearing a mask they played on the PA system. The saw goggles cool goggles did on the system. The Song Live and let die. Dude and trump does a very. He does a very sort of farcical like he enters from the left frame of the screen and he just sort of or the left edge of the frame and he just sort of staggers into the frame and he's just sort of keeling over he always looks like like I said he always looks like he's about to fall into a Koi. He's got a real sort of drug. Charlie Chaplin Stagger duties. Yeah Yeah so anyway. Gigi ready maximum of thirty you to do your bit about the after show so. I would like to talk about this. We have all had a good laugh about how he looks like the front. Half of a Centaur I think we probably will most definitely be discussing the work of Of David Roth the best writer working today and his observation. That trump who was the trump looks like when he stands. He looks like he's I think something like he looks like he's hanging from parishes strengthen a tree we're gonna be talking about that and and you know we're going to be getting on Don Jr. and Eric and talk about how they stand and where people be able to listen to the after. Show Max well as you know. I don't know I don't know but we have on this program do by Friday. We record this podcast for you and you're probably wondering how do they afford to do that? Because there's no ads. We don't sell your mattress. We don't sell you underpants We don't sell you..
"mr" Discussed on Do By Friday
"The Harry Potter series. Who IN THE SEVENTH BOOK SAYS DON'T BE HAS NO MASTER? Dhabi as a free Dhabi has come to say how he potter and his friends. There's a lot of mixed reactions in that crowd. You've got to see the you know what as I'm watching it. It's occurring to me. It's like the visual helps to see. Yeah she's a really funny looking lady. It has big parks and REC ENERGY. Yes yes except for TURNIP TURNIP. She kind of pounds or chest at the end away. Put it in the show notes. Go Watch treat yourself to the video. Listen have a little video as a treat. You've earned it. I talked about this with with my friend. Damn Benjamin on Tuesday but and I don't want to go too far into it. There's there's a character that I'm calling Phillip W. Battery because they refused to say his name in invoke flying monkeys but Phillip W. Batteries having a hell of a week and let's just say this there was a time and not shaming no shame I'm not shaming here but should happen. No no no no no. It's not it's not a safe place for me. This used to be your problematic boyfriend And he's having what appears to be a pretty serious we. All Boy I am. I am ready. Phillip W. Battery is having a big week. I am ready to hear all about this because I see it sort of out there and I've kind of been screening out and I could use the whole explainer on the old. We need the explainer. Alex explainer please what is happening with. Phillip W. Battery all right Philip W battery co-creator kind of a pay pal but also real quick. Sorry sorry in in the game. Allegedly we will also need a name for his baby. Mama I'M GONNA I'M GONNA suggest much w battery has a famous. Why are we not saying they? Are we not saying? Have you ever invoked the name of Philip W battery or his company on Twitter? I understand yes I have not come in. I guess you haven't because you would know if you had. Yeah Yeah even ingest like roof. I've I've never done the star celebrities or at what you know what? I mean censor- celebrities names. They don't see it. We'll look what happened to poor Arco Sh- Mormon when he mentioned or Arco hate to see it Alex gave some. Give me some context. What are we talking about here? Mr Battery is a multimillionaire who owns companies and founded companies like SPACEX and is it. What's the name of the company? Did the car company is called battery. And I'm sorry I sp- spaceship extreme cold rocket cock okay rocket cock and then the the zoom zooming battery car O and you also also is one of the CO founders of using areas money assistance. It was it was it was purchased by Auction. It was purchased by auction site. Imagine if you add some sort of transaction friend yeah exactly. What what if you? What if you had a bitcoin but that much of a fan not so much he's GonNa he's GonNa be taking some fees. He's got one of the money you make and go through your bitcoin boy. All right with all of that established yeah. I think people probably know exactly what we're talking about now. Okay so so Mr Battery and smudge have been in on on and off relationship since twenty eighteen previously. I was in a relationship with Mr smudge. That he may or may have not known about because. I am a little bit obsessed with the BLEEP bloop cars. Because I don't like the dinosaur cars because they smell weird and the cars. Go bleep bloop and not very room. What the fuck are you talking about? I'm now I'm now now I lost. I Bet I bet you are okay. I'll I'M GONNA I'M GONNA type in this channel and then I'm GONNA throw my computer up a window. Oh my God okay. So good Mr Battery and smudge had a baby. Apparently wild smudge was in labor. Mr Battery was having a full mental breakdown on twitter. Where not only is he reopened the country? He he's he's so he's so mad a mask is a muzzle and he's so mad he was having fathers psychosis prefer he says pre father. Yeah and as he does a lot of stress when you're a billionaire. Yup Yup I this is like these are all like terrible dangerous ideas to say on twitter especially when you're a billionaire but I can see myself. Jusque going full manic on twitter. If I or saw my partner was in labor and you talked to Mr Pipeline yesterday on your program we're like. There's no way that I would ever do this. Did you hear? Did you hear that on on? Torque the back is that her. Yeah and I was like Okay Marlin. I understand that during Labor. All of your focus was on your wife at the situation that was happening. But you forget that you're a good person weird flex Mer. Oh family can I can I can I? Can I just give a little tiny bit more salt and pepper of context here? All right are it'll be real quick. It'll be real quick. But the there's the context for this is that he had these outbursts for a long time and they have gotten him in trouble with the board with shareholders and I think one of his meltdowns from a year or two ago got him a pretty hefty fine. Because he's a pretty crazy stuff. Well not just that the stock of Tesla or I'm sorry believe company and the Space Cock up company like plummets. Literally every time he tweets even if it's just like a re tweet of look at. I like this car. It's almost like you. WanNa have a leader with. I don't know good judgment or so. He's been on this tear for some time. Now and he's really been on the forefront of the whole like this is insane. We've got to reopen the economy I don't have this right in front of me right now but there is a place that builds battery cars near here. That's their primary battery car building place and it's been some pretty contentious relationships with the community and especially with the people who work there. This is included things like a big fire that came out in those this crazy fire there last year. There's huge labor problems with the people that work there and I feel like I'll try to find this for notes but I believe a war part of the the context behind the context is that the Philip Battery was ready or getting already demand. Look you're going to bring your ass back to the battery room and you're going to make some fucking cars because we need to make these cars and so that makes it a little clearer or rational anyway to understand like why. Why is he acting like while he wants to sell his fucking cars but then then as so often happens and maybe it's because he's listening to the Doobie brothers if you know what I mean but even he just he gets a little? It gets a little silly sometimes so within a period of WanNa say just a few hours. He declared that his own stock in the company was over priced at which led to a ten percent. Drop in day He also said that he would be selling almost all of his belongings. Remove some of the other things that he said. Let me pull this up on twitter. But it was quite a it was quite a tear in. It really sounded like I mean you know like he was I don't I don't hate to say it. I don't want trigger anybody. But it sounds like he was hurt himself or something he was like. This was a full-on like I don't think it was a suicide thing. It was like I am going. Full Manic I've muted all these words on twitter. So could someone just like I don't know I mean I don't know what can we do? Just tell me what the fuck happened because I was. Yeah so he tweeted last week. Tesla's stock price is too high. I am Oh now give people back their freedom. Okay we're hang on one second is he wasn't one. Isn't there a situation where he's not supposed to tweet about the Tesla's stock anymore? Because like I think that's correct. I think if whether or not that's like a legal thing I think it's definitely a I think he's gotten read the riot act by people. Okay so then. He goes into basically has a tweet thread. That appears to be the lyrics to the Star spangled banner over a series of tweets. What I thought that I was going crazy at that point. Then he then. He pivots to the wonderful Welsh poet Dylan Thomas by saying he. Paraphrase is The late Mr Thomas by saying rage rage against the dying of the light of consciousness which is very Christopher. I'm selling almost all physical possessions will own no house. My girlfriend smudge is mad at me. Oh you forgot after the will own know-how Z. Says just one stipulation sale. I own gene. Wilder old house may not be turned down or lose any. It's just one stipulation. Okay Buddy yeah okay all right good for you good for you guitar so I don't know I just want to know if there are they okay. Are they talking to people? Are PEOPLE CHECKING. Listen listen if you have an old person or a libertarian. In your family it might be both. Please check checking on them. Just make sure that they're OK. Well we haven't even gotten to the name of the child's we sure haven't somewhere in here. I think I have a link. Yes so basically then. There was an article. I believe they'll do. Let's understand this all in the context of a grown man. Who'S A billionaire? Whose girlfriend famous girlfriend is about to have a baby. This is all happening within a basically a couple of days before that a couple three days and then he According to an article I can find for notes on on gate he He did list two of his houses. So in the in the seventy two hours his trial will be coming into the world. He made sure to put two of his houses on the market. That doesn't sound. I mean it sounds crazy but not unfeasible because you text somebody and the assistant does it. Merlin. You're you're the only one of us has had a kid as far as I know. Yeah what what what. What is there? Is it possible that there some psychology happening here? I I don't I'm not I'M NOT ENTIRELY SURE. You know in some ways this sort of dovetails with what we talked about last week. We we're talking about agency and like why are people trying to act sunlight into their lungs and it's because they wanna have some they want to not just have something to do. They want to do something they don't know what else to fucking do right now. There's so many things that none of us control right now including the billionaires and I wonder if part of it is like Alex is sort of implying a kind of a as we used to say manic energy. It's just that housing security for example is is the thing that I would not be. It would not be my top forty five things that I would be fucking with before my wife goes into Labor because you know go. Great is another thing. Oh boy they do not not a lot not a lot of people know this but it can be pretty tricky and it's a Lotta work for the lady and a lot of the times you you as a as a man like an actual man like in the old. I'm sense of the word. It's your job to be there and shut the fuck up and just take care of Shit. It's like you are you. No one needs any of your opinions right now. If you're you know what I'm saying I'm not I'm not something that's for everybody. This is the thing I went into this with like. I'm going to try and beat so eager about this. I'm going to be there. I'M GONNA take photos. I'm GonNa like I'm just going to be there to be the assistant to these human beings. The one who's here now and the one who God Willing. We'll be here soon. My job is to fucking show up and do whatever needs to be done not not asked for a thank you ask for apology. But for somebody like me pretty conceded. That was a lot of work I don't think he's gone through that particular process. It feels like maybe he's great. Maybe behind the scenes. He's like Oh. Can I bring you a generator or a capsule things that I'm interested and I haven't slept since less June? I'm wondering if well obviously there's some projection going on here and it's by no means like jealousy but it's I I don't know. Do you have some sort of code for like the job of the person as is the the the the man who is bringing the Ice Chips. I I don't know why. Why do you go the the ice code the code as you don't know these humans and you don't know their situations and honestly if I can?.
"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
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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.
"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"To test students on the standing of premature as circumference of the circle or if equation of a straight line graph. All whether it is one of these spaced repetition algorithms built into something that schools already have light whether it be my muffs. Agassi diagnostic questions or whatever that for me is the real power of technology. It's to help things stay in. The teacher gets in there. Technology helps it stay in there and of course then map flags up and issues that we talked about with easy ways where you've got D E. Don't want lessons where kids essentially just glued to a screen all working on their own. You want that kind of whole class dynamic. You want not teach bringing it together. Delve into misconceptions and so on. But when she didn't outside of the classroom will may be dedicated periods in that it does make sense for students to essentially be be studying the thing that's most appropriate and relevant for them. The thing that they need to practice the thing that they need to retrieve and that's not going to be the same for two students let alone. Is it going to be the same for twenty five thirty students? So that for me is there is the real power of F. Technology and that's personalized learning personalized. Learning isn't kids a choice. Well what do you WANNA learn now? Personalized learning is okay. You've all been taught. Something in theory have all been taught the same things but you've all grasped it at different depths. Evil Evil got different weaknesses different strength. So now the personalization kicks in in terms of that retrieval process which brings me to the final thing which is is diagnostic questions and Ed am now again. The one of one of the reasons while many reasons. I've been excited to speak today's awesome. I'm just fascinating. I always learn something but also over the last few years. I've obviously hot. I on experiences of the wonderful world of attack and daisies right. It is full of these books. buzzwords if you go to something like bats and the the the exhibition conference I'll tell you why if you if you wanted to come away from the Drank too much one way to do. Is you play. Where every time you see the phrase or personalize learning you do a shelter. Something say what you will last seven minutes. You'd be absolutely coma toes on the floor because every product is buying machine learning personal all this kind of stuff as they decide. It's not a shared vocabulary. People got so many different different interpretations at this. So that's been fascinating for me to get an insight into the world of Ad Tech Diagnostic questions and I think we try and do what what he's talking about here. We certainly don't try and replace the teacher I. I don't think that'll ever happen. I don't think that's not a good thing to to do. But what we try to do is come in both at the start and at the end so we come in at the start so be before before. A teacher teaches a new idea to a class and if students have been answering questions on diagnostic questions or an e. We've got a pretty good idea of where their strengths and weaknesses lie. I'm in terms that prerequisite knowledge so if you're about to teach a class how to add to fractions together. The kids need to know what a fraction is. How to simplify a Fraction House? Finding lowest common multiple. All these kind of things but we can tell teachers out but not only that we can say okay. This child doesn't quite understand lowest common multiple and this is the nature of their specific misconception. You not having to gas is not a case of this child on the stumps thirty percents. Whatever the hell that means off this particular mathematical idea because of the nature of diagnostic questions. Where each answer reveals a specific mistake or misconception. Then if we if we can inform teaches which students have chosen which hunt says we give teaches that window into the nature of those misconceptions. Which hopefully help any interventional support? The teacher gives me a lot more effective. So that's where I think. Diagnostic questions and comments. Apply at the start and then the teacher teaches and using their experience using the wonderful world of resources that are out there and so on and then diagnostic questions and comments the end into into two ways so the first is an immediate assessment. So after something's been taught how much of it is in there now that for me if if you assess something immediately after it's been taught perhaps a topic specific homework props even just like an in class. Quiz Awesome. Think that's not tested astounding. That's more a way of kind of checking to see if if any misconceptions of that as anything amiss has to use Bjork's distinction that's performance our kids performing well. Can they replicate? What what they've been doing in the lesson. Keiko come they do our other any holes because if he's not in there to begin with is not going to stay in there and if it's if there are problems initially there were going to be problems long term. So that's not initial check and if you use these schemes of work on eighty. You'll know that sooner students finish a topic. They're immediately given this this mini assessments. But that is what happens later. What's been retained so then three weeks later students were given another assessment nor the quiz on that topic that they did three weeks previously. And what's fascinating there is? If you compare the results do kids do better or do they do worse than they did. Immediately after being taught sometimes they do better because kids have gone away some extra work on it. Sometimes they do worse and do worse is problematic because it suggests that are I? It was in there in that moment but now it's gone. They were performing what they had learned. And as we go further we want to build more into the space repetition algorithm so students are just having these two opportunities to revisited. Is constantly being dripped fat into them? That like Hanky that it's flagging up there. Propsal my phone or whatever right. You need to have a go at that this. This is a really good time ago at this question which will be different for another students in that same plas. They'll need a different question a different time and so on so. I'm super excited about that. I'm super excited and I think I think for me. That's the right balance of teacher and tack. It's the tack to support the teacher but more specific than that. It's the tech to do. The retaining bed is the tech to do the testing that? And it's the teacher to help make sure that what is being tested is fairly secure in there in the first place. I'll not make sense anyway so to find out more about diagnostic questions or just hop home to diagnostic questions. Dot Com or DOT COM. And you'll find that all drop one of our team alliance. Hallo at Edu dot co Dot U. K. I`Ma put links to a lot in the show notes. But anyway all that remains for me to do is once again. Thank Daisy Christodoulou. I opie it's not too long till she buying zone on the boat. Just so I've got an excuse to to get back the show if you ever if you ever a recent chat or anything like that go and check and I say this is a big big claim. I'd say that daisy and also becky island are two of the people that I I've never listened to them not come away with my head posing with ideas. Aw had something presented that thought I knew about but actually there's actually a completely different way of thinking about this. If you have an opportunity to speak to to see daisy all becky and my advice would be to definitely go for it. And so thank you. 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"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.
"mr" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries
"On the fourth of July hodges in the kids made it to Prince George. They celebrated with some firecrackers until the police showed up and then stayed in a youth hostel. That night Ramona flew home. She was pregnant with their daughter and had to return for a test as well as for work. Mr Hodges assumed Advan duty and the next day the group pivoted south they would follow the Frazier River all the way to the Canadian border. Those last days in Canada sailed along smoothly. According to Mr Hodges Meticulous Gillis records they enjoyed partly cloudy skies a mix of tailwinds and headwinds Moseley headwinds repaired six flat tires and only gotten six rex. Their final five days. NBC almost got struck by lightning. You want to know how your mom almost got electrocuted. Yes that story. After after a break support for the dairies comes from the good people at Patagonia. Their latest Book Release Still Sideways tells the story of Devon rainy ten years ago Devon hit his head while surfing and lost eighty five percent of his eyesight. Instead of retreating into a life made smaller but things he could no longer do Devon committed to the same passions that had defined and sustained him. Today Devon still serves snowboards and skates. Although are we take a different approach in often has help from his friends to learn more. Find the book to Patagonia Dot Com additional support for the. Diaries comes from kicking horse coffee. Dreams don't come true. Unless the dreamers wake up week up and kick ass with kicking horse coffee coffee it's good coffee for good people available at Amazon or kicking horse coffee DOT COM dream. Then do go make him kicking horse coffee. It's more it comes from Kuwait racks. When the temperature drops this guy starts to drop those fluffy flakes of snow? Time to throw a grip the roof of your car and head. For the slopes the slide out tray makes loading and unloading easy and with two sizes can hold up to six sets of skis four snowboards. The grip makes heading to the mountain a party coup. Because you love your gear. Okay here. We are bike riding and bird just to maybe twenty miles away from the Washington border. Her started storming and here. I am driving the van and the roads perfectly straight eight and I can see the group of kids including your mom maybe ten students in a group and this bolt of lightning hit right in the middle title of the students while they were biking and I said Oh shit this is not good. I saw all the kids stop so I drove up. Am I said what happened. And of course they were all very. They were very excited. It was like an adventure. They said this bolt of lightning came down. Hit the road and it didn't hit any of the students and this bolt of lightning partly hit the road and traveled on the surface. They could see the lightning affect pass underneath them and dissipate just in case. They hadn't had enough excitement for one day. Mr Hodges sped ahead in the van to prepare a special special kind of border-crossing for the kids I wanted to stage a fake inspection. The border guards would be frisking. The students inch the border guards. Were compliant Mr Hodges snap photos and chuckled. Assist students were halted and searched and then later on that day after we were camping in the United States. One of the kids came up to me and said Mister Hodges That wasn't such a good idea. One of the kids. It had something that he shouldn't have and we'll leave it at that Nothing happened but it could have gone sour. Once they crossed the border on July tenth the group pedaled into Washington. They camped outside of Bellingham biked South unjustice of Seattle sticking to lane highways and back roads. The climbed over a long pass near Mount Rainier. By that point. The kids were in such good shape that they rocketed uphill. The trouble came on the downhill and we were having water bottle. Flights there were four of us. I was the last person with water in my water. Author bottle and Song is chasing after me and who's definitely faster. And so he was reaching for my water bottle in the cage and our handlebars on the BUYSC linked and we just flew head over heels. We were going downhill not steep very casual day. No traffic nice weather and and Then I got a notice from one of the students. Hey you better go back. We had an accident. I broke my wrist and scratched up my face bad and he broke his cheekbone. They had to go to the emergency room and get treated and cleaned up. Mr Hodge's offered that Sean and Linda could stay on the trip and ride in the van or fly home so we flew home. I was very very sad. I didn't didn't want to but Hodges talked to my dad and they chose that I would fly them. So Sean in solidarity went home.
"mr" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries
"Back then. Of course there there were no cellphones. Parents had a vague idea of what their children were up to for the weekend. And where you were just unplugged you were unconnected connected. And there's a certain liberation to that that we had a pretty young age it was just a big adventure a big adventure the whole time. More kids boys and girls began joining the club. When the founding group graduated from Hoover in nineteen seventy three they renamed the club? The Hoover Lincoln by club so that they could still participate in. We can rides as high schoolers by Nineteen seventy-five. Mr Hodges had over forty forty middle school and high school kids in his squad we all sort of came together in this bike group and really did become kind of an auxiliary auxiliary family for many of us. It's shifted my life. You know I was sort of a quiet shy kid but come seventh grade eight eighth grade. I sorta broke out of my shell and found how strong I was. I'd never been pushed before San Jose public schools in the nineteen nineteen seventies hosted kids from an array of backgrounds. Racially Hoover was a diverse. Mix of Caucasians Latinos Asians. Many schools had recently closed does do to earthquake safety regulations. So kids from all over the city were bused to hoover of the kids who joined Mr Hodges by club about half white and half Hispanic some kids came from more affluent families others came from modest backgrounds regardless they all dug up bikes and hit the roads with their cutoffs sneakers. The kind of irreverence. You'd be hard pressed to find anywhere besides a raucous goggle of teenage kids.
"mr" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries
"Ed Hodges or Mr Hodges Hodges or Haji Haji as his students no him wasn't your typical nineteen seventies public schoolteacher. In his classroom at Hoover. Junior high students would have to be prepared to roll up their sleeves. If they want to learn he made them take their thumbs to their poems for forty eight hours to teach a lesson about opposable digits. He said a pulley system on a tree outside to prove that one on kid could overpower ten and to demonstrate the effects of surface area. He had one student lie down with a huge flat rock on their chest while another wall up the rock with a sledgehammer just very enthusiastic and kind of eccentric. He was fun. This is one of my mom's classmates Linda Ferson. He could relate to US kids. He gets right down to our level and I don't think he ever progress pass that Mr Hodges had a unique way of engaging kids in class but it was his presence outside the classroom. That really caught doc kids attention. He rode his bike to school every day. Mr Hodges pedaled in on his schwinn continental which the students nicknamed the tank for its hefty frame and formidable command of the city streets rain or shine the tank and its rider inspired a lot of mystique over the years so so much that my mom and her girlfriends who also were their bikes to hoover every day requested that hodges sponsor a school bike club so that they could go on rides together..
"mr" Discussed on The Dirtbag Diaries
"Cordelia hello and ready for a pop quiz. How God favorite teacher from going up? Go Mrs Berbie she. She was the best ever she was so spunky and every time she'd read aloud to us she just had the most incredible voices and she's the kind of teacher that pushed us really hard. But you as a student you never realized you're being pushed. If that makes sense it was always fun. I'm pretty sure I would have gone to school on the weekends. If she'd offered it I I loved her so much. But what about you or your favorite teachers Mine are Mr Greco. Miss Jones. An arm to think about it. It's comes on muscle quick. They both made me believe that. Not Not only could I be a writer but that I would probably be good at it if I worked really hard and applied myself All right next question for you. Did you like school. I mean yeah I feel like you should know. I'm kind of a nerd by now but I also struggled with that. I mean I remember being in middle school and staring out the window on the Most Immaculate Bluebird Dad ever seen in my life and just wanting to scream I feel like I learned so much from moving and the land and people and sometimes sometimes being stuck inside a classroom just felt completely wrong. But what about you I would say aspects of it I mean I was. I was good at school. I but I definitely definitely did not love it. I had this feeling that there was so much that you couldn't learn just from a book about people about relationships about community about success and ultimately really about myself Well do you feel like you lost faith in traditional school. Earning no but Funny Funny Story. I remember the first time I dropped off at school. I'm driving there. He's got his lunch box and the new backpack and he's like totally excited and I'm trying to be positive sort of but out of like nowhere. Pink Floyd's another brick in the wall comes on in my head like it just turns on and I'm like hey teacher leave those kids alone you know and I'm like walk in and take a minute like meanwhile I'm just like all in all know rick in the wall. Yeah but teachers. They are incredible. So I guess I have faith in it I just think it's one type of learning for a particular setting. I guess I don't really think it's totally reflective of what happens when you leave the walls of the school and you start exploring the world. Well today. We wanted to bring you a story about one very incredible teacher epic bike trip in the summer of nineteen seventy five and the lessons learned outside died the walls of the classroom. There are a lot of ways to learn in life. I'm fiscal hall and I'm Cordelia Czars. And you're listening to the dirtbags the.
"mr" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Dr do that. TV We have new streaming show. They're asked Dr drew and we'll send you a blast going to be a part of it and interact it's two hours of streaming on multiple forms. Also of course after dark. Your Mom's house Avenue whole series coming Robert Paul Champagne. Those of you who are after dark fans it is my distinct pleasure to welcome back. The one and only chief six SEC -secutive officer Mr Skin Mister asking himself. Hey Matt how're you acted your. Thanks for having me man. You Bet it's the end of the air. It's time for a top ten right. Yeah you know every year Ah Now for. This was my twentieth time. I've done this as I recap the top ten nude scenes female nude scenes of the year. And I just come on now it discriminatory tell you well Mr man over there. We have a top ten but it's not my area of expertise but I do want to say that it's changed a lot because back in nineteen ninety nine there were only nineteen television. Shows that had nude scenes believe it or not In Two thousand nine there were twenty six shows that had a female nude scenes and today in two thousand and nineteen. There are a hundred and forty nine shows across thirty platforms which is pretty incredible. I just changed over twenty twenty years. That's just TV. That's not even counting Movies Com God really is not just by the way. You brought up discriminate discriminating against men The male nudity television shows in two thousand nineteen one hundred and forty forty. Four active television shows with male nudity. If anyone watch watchmen this weekend. They'll know what I'm talking about. It's crazy it's not just female nudity. Every kind of nudity. There's just so many different places to to watch it. Sounds like there's a lot of walking out walking out of bed. Ed Your clothes on like. HBO has nine televisions. Active television shows with nudity. Right now showtime time has seven net flicks has forty five. It's like it's amazing. So needless to say my crack staff is very a busy. How do you categorize like Amazon? Because it's old second they have. Fourteen television shows goes with nudity Active right now female. Nudity Mazel has nudity. I love that show by the way to the very first episode. Rachel Brosnahan is the hand Naked I'll be at a kind of a dark scene but Wait a minute you must not have seen the third season that I'm watching right now. I don't know that's what I'm saying I was saying. That's what I'm talking about in the third season Rachel Bresnahan was naked and It was Just Kinda cool that even though it was kind of a dark seen in that very first episode of the third season it was still a new team from her and Pretty awesome which he gets up out of bed right. Yep Yeah Right now. It's a great. It's really great show but I find it You know I got a separate what I do which is critical every nude scene in In the history of movies and television and trying to just watch television Too because I still enjoy watching great shows like the Marvelous Mrs Mazel and you know whatever it is. I love the crown. There's a there's a lot of shows I love that. Maybe don't have a ton of nudity but boy trying to keep track of Trying to choose what shows to watch easy. 'cause there's so much good television not counting the nudity. I'm talking about just great television nudity. Which is a nice has has the back when you were first in the Chicago Mercantile Exchange when we call it the pits until yeah yeah and the pets and you became this novelty lunchtime novelty right after work? Novelty were. You had this encyclopedic knowledge of people really slips on television. Essentially is what they were just almost nude scenes was it. Who is there anything more intense for young males to be tantalized like that is is the quality of what we're looking at change? You Talk to young people who are using your site about what they're getting out of it and you've ever about how this has changed over time. I think when I first started doing this in the nineties before the Internet hit and you know what I was going on radio shows shows like ninety seven. Ninety eight ninety nine and people weren't used to the Internet it. I think it was way cooler because I was the only game in town like you had to ask me to figure it out. I think today obviously if you search an actress name Nude you could probably find it and while I'm on the subject I get a lot of that you know if I'm at a party eighty or something guys will be like. How could you have a website where you charge people? You know subscriber when there's all that free stuff on the Internet but I think what I I started the conversation with you when we were talking about. There's just so much out there right now and listen. There's certain people that are willing to pay a fee a monthly fee for us to do other work to chronicle all this stuff so it's kind of a one stop shop to see everything and It it's funny. There's so much content out there that there's an there's really there truly is a a you know a service. We provide for people in tracking every nude scene every day. That happens in television Asian and movies for our subscribers. So it's funny even though there is a lot of free stuff on the Internet a subscription site site like still thrives because has There's just so much out there and it's like a one stop shop to see it all. I'm just so I get that but I'm so curious how the relationship with these as images I mean there was mostly young males that were sort of tantalized by your knowledge and your pedia and it is. I'm sure now as well but what in a world where this pornography at their fingertips and stuff what what are they getting from this. Well first of all celebrity is. I've always said this and I think I've even talked activated private. Is that like I to a guy. I think celebrity is more titillating to see a celebrity. Liberty naked is more titillating than to see someone doing porn naked and the reason is celebrity. You could kinda equate it to you know I've always I've always said that it's mark citing. If I told you that you know that that girl down at the coffee shop you see every day when you get your coffee. That's beautiful if I told you she had done a nude scene. You'd you'd probably a Guy Wanna see that versus some anonymous girl girl you see in a porn and there's there's that that feeling with celebrity where you know them You you see him on television all the time we know from talk shows magazines or whatever it is and it makes you feel like they're kind of like a friend or girl you know and it's always more exciting exciting to see the girl at work. The girl that you see on a regular basis nude than it is someone you have no idea who it is in a porn movie. And it's just it's just the the lure of celebrity and that's always going to be that way. Let's keep going down the top ten. Yes well we I we just launched this at the front page Mr Skin Dot Com. which is the top ten nude scenes of two thousand and nineteen and As you can imagine it's not easy to narrow it down to just ten but that's what I do for a living and at some point I gotta say enough's enough. Here's the ten and I'll start with one you probably know which maisy Mazey Williams. And Game of thrones. She plays Arias Stark or played area stark in the very final season she finally did a nude scene and it was kind of controversial show from the standpoint of a lot of fans of the show were taken aback. By the fact that you know this girl that we had seen grow up during the show did a nude seems so kind of tough but the producers of the show were pretty clear that say look first of all she's twenty two years old and real life secondly she's playing an eighteen year old. Who was heading into the ultimate battle to save the world? You know she. She was heading into this battle and she wanted to experience sex before she went and It was kind kind of a it was pretty cool and I gotta say of all the nude scenes on my list. This might be the most well-known of the nude scenes in two thousand nineteen because it came. Came from game of thrones. Yeah now number. Nine on the list is Emma stone in the favorite and Dr Drew. You're talking asking me about celebrities and what's Leur well when an actress. That's famous does her first nude scene. That's even more exciting than just You know your fifth or Sixth Knutson and Emma Stone who who had a breakout role in two thousand seven super bad and then one and ask her for la La land. A few years ago is been pretty popular actress and I would get a lot of inquiries or skin queries from people wanting to know. Has Emma stone ever been nude and I have to say no. It just hasn't happened yet but she did this movie. The favorite which is set in Eighteenth Century Greenland. And she's in bed with the Livia Coleman a Queen Anne They're in a secret lesbian relationship. and It's really hot hot hat stuff here. And I didn't know all this was going on in eighteenth century England but at the hour and one minute mark we see stone. Neko which was pretty awesome number nine still still talking about human beings. Yes exactly did not have Mr Skin but they were still. Yeah no for sure. Hey it's Sex X has been going on forever. It's just That that movie was was actually a lot of fun and usually eighteenth century England. Movies are maybe we most guys cup of tea. But I think he'd enjoy that it's a really good movie Number Eight on the list of the best nude scenes of two thousand and nineteen is lady Gaga in in a star is born. And you probably know this that they've done a bunch of rations of this movie the first one Star Janet gain or back in nineteen thirty seven than they had. Judy Garland in the nineteen fifty. Four and a star is born and Barbra streisand a famous one. When we were growing up on the seventies but This movie kicks him asset that you know oh in. The theaters did great and playboy spread associated with it right. Yes and Unfortunately it wasn't Barbara streisand completely new. You'll have to see the Japanese LASERDISC version of the island the PUSSYCAT for that. But no two sear topless but What Lady Gaga got it reminds me a lot of Madonna in the fact that she's a famous singer who is just not afraid to be naked? She was full-frontal. A very briefly in a star is born but that came in at number number eight on the best celebrity nudes seems the year.
"mr" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"You do when you put that fuck okay there then you can have your camera angle backing me over here. It's done welcome to the smoke. Entire podcast cast episode of a double header. I'm doing today. I got another show at three o'clock noon which is cool? It's all I'm doing today. The last two the days have been actually exactly the same as each other except for the car I drove it was wake up very early transport myself I self to a press launch that other people flew in for and then drive a car all day and then come back down here and podcast and by the time I got home my brain was fucking jellied. Hello James Guy men. Welcome Sir thank you. Thanks for visiting US. Oh man it's been in the studio. I've obviously seen it times online line but I've never I feel to be satin in the throne normally only see in Europe. Yeah the vented or right SP J.. It was pretty cool. The first time I met you was actually in. La We grow up. We grabbed coffee down the road right house. This is going back so that was a while logo years. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah I was just starting out then I was like really just sixteen. Maybe I think so. Yeah this is some time. I'm back now. So yeah and here you are. You are successful now. SKIN MR J. WW On instagram. Come on screen. There we go all right man. You're fucking smoking me right now to ninety nine or so close so close men go fucking James get them into three hundred. Appreciate that hundred hundred K.. You're one of those like British supercar people that is good looking and where he leather jackets you know. I always want to be like a fucking in British supercar people in there fucking accents and they're fucking supercars.
"mr" Discussed on The Mysterious Mr. Epstein
"In March of two thousand five financier Jeffrey Epstein is at a charity benefit in New York City Wall Street Titans are in attendance. Rod Stewart is booked perform in a photo taken that night and and Epstein has his arm around a woman pulling her head toward his that his smirking Lips Grazer Temple Epstein is Tan and relaxed and he looks like he he doesn't have a care in the world on that same day twelve hundred miles south a fourteen year old girl in Palm Beach Florida gives a statement the police that will launch an investigation but maybe epsteins right not to be worried. Nobody cared what these women had to say. Their insights insights were ignored as the the feds and then the state made this case go away it would take more than a decade for Epstein to face justice for his actions. A wealthy money manager is accused of sex trafficking and molesting underage girls today. He's one of the most notorious criminals of our time but for most host of his life he was an enigma phrase by past and future presidents princes and Nobel Prize winners a charming guy somebody that people people wishing to and respect it in adored. He owned mansions and private islands. He believed could buy whatever he wanted. Social Status Academe it respect sex even justice. Mr Epstein should have been looking at potential sentence of three hundred and sixty years at a minimum. That's not what happened because there was a power dynamic care wasn't there the reason charges against Jeffrey Epstein have brought down a cabinet minute member and tarnish the reputations of billionaires and elite universities. Here's a group of people and I gotta say mostly men who talk a great deal about changing the world but are fundamentally functioning as a cartel a very simple question who is Jeffrey Epstein is Jeffrey Epstein who is in his inner circle mystery of Jeffrey Epstein's wealth has never been he started out as adult and teacher teacher at the private school in Manhattan from wondering the company behind dirty John and the shrink next door comes the mysterious Mr Epstein a six episode series into the past of the wealthy financier accused of financial and sexual crimes to manage to elude justice from his first days as a young man on Wall Street until the very end. I'm Lindsey Graham host of American history tellers and American scandal mysterious Mr Epstein from years on October first on apple podcast a spotify or wherever you're listening right now there's a lot still to be learned a lot still to be investigated integrated and anybody who thinks stories over with his insane.
"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Hello. Contain the ball podcast with me garden show. I usually interview people from the world of education, who interest inspiring boats if you read the title this, so you will know that this is yet another of the conference take way at this moment, where I am rookie off to attend. One of the wonderful education, conferences, the happen around the UK. And I sit down with Flo delegates at the end of the day to discuss some sessions that we've seen, and I am back with favorites the most appearances ever on the nest of much podcast with Mr. mortgage origin and can we have a situation with the this is the end of, and we've been to the conference, and I had the mind. Yeah. There was some kind of blood alcohol tests. Doing this Kostia would not I'm not about it's been a very long for me. But I've, I've had a couple of lessons. -fession nine not..
"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Eighty people who interest, I'm inspired me from the wonderful world of education, this time around I spoke to Michael Persian. Now, Michael may well be named. It's not overly familiar with, with you carelessness in particular, but that needs to change. Michael is a teacher of mathematics in New York City. Yes, we are going logo with this episode of the Mr Barton maths podcast. Although budget restrictions of meant that I still record in my end of the conversation in the city that always sleeps, although is known as Blackbird Michael is one of my all time. Favorite bloggers is the crater of the wom- fall rush lex freshens math mistakes, and teaching with problems. I am always inspired and challenged by Michael's writing, and of wanting to get him on the show for absolutely ages. And I'm absolutely delighted to report. That it was well worth the wait. This is an absolute belter of an episode. So in a wide ranging, challenging fascinating conversation. Michael discuss the following things, and plenty more. Besides just why he's changing school so hard and what role does the expectation of students play and then for the remainder of the first half of the conversation after successfully, overcoming, our mutual language barrier? Michael describes his process for planning a sequence of lessons, on subtraction, and it is fascinating stuff. But would just getting warmed up them. Because then comes the big bombshell, what the Michaels example problem has look like now spoiler alert. They are different to mine, which has got my head spinning then how soon into the process of introducing a concept would Michael include an incorrect example. How does Michael provide whole class feedback a Michael art? News that many problem solving strategies have descriptive, but not prescriptive validity. What exactly using mean by this now I'm gonna make a big claim here, and I know I'm always doing these trust me on this one. I think the second half of this conversation when we really dive into the nature and presentation of words examples is one of my favorites of all time, our reflect on this a much more besides in my take way at the end of the episode. But needless to say it's got me, thinking, really, really hard about my own approach just before we dig into the interview, the usual, plucks my book, how I wish I taught maths is still available from old. Good and all evil bit bookshops. And if you're listening in the US, then there's a fancy US version of it with a sparkley color on a wonderful brand new forward by Dylan William, and if you wish the sponsor, an episode of this podcast and drop me, an Email, at Mr. bottom.
"mr" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"So then what we do is. We say to them. Okay. Okay. Tell me what you've tried to do this. So we're going to illicit from them. They're the invented stretching on the kid says. So we'll I'd it was blah, blah, blah, tell you their invented stretchy. Now, it's become the Norman it in good schools is become the knoll to win a kid. Tell the invented stretchy is complete nonsense. Become the known to say, hey, well done, Johnny. That's a real good. Try aunt you mov is fantastic. Give them all his price a surreal helpful to do. So they give us this gives the invented stretchy. And this is what the teacher must do. If you want the benefits from bridging instruction, which falsely improves fall transfer to the kids hells, you this thing, and it's just nonsense. So the teacher now says. That is not correct. And I am now going to tell you the correct way of days. Now, the reason we're doing that is exactly the same. I would suggest as the hypoc correction affect they do have this invented stretchy. They did believe it. They did think it whether you go out with them or not it was there in the hat. What we've done here with taking a moment to elicit from them. And then with created an emotional shock. If created this emotional shock such that, they are sensitized to I really listen to what he says now because the way you do that was days, and that's not the right way. Now, this guy's going to tell me how to do it. I need to give it all of my tension. All of my old, my focus, and this is something nine as bridging instruction visitor invented strategies, tell them that correct? And then instruct them correctly. What we know? It does is it breaks down deeply held misconception by creating this. This on. Emotional shock moment. So I just come. I just I break Br I've been thinking about this load since I heard you say this, I think black holes the first time I hate to speak out bridge in eight don't sit right with me market. It's all this. And I'll tell you why. And I, you know, I love the hyper crush if I'm the world's biggest fan of the hypercritical facts. But the me I've got two issues with with bridge in one is the offering is going to take a while. So it's your Pythagoras example and getting kids playing around with this and then collecting in kind of all their ideas. Even if we're kind of shut in each of them down them straight away. It's the still a time factor again every decision a teacher makes an opportunity Costa's time. It could be spent doing something else. So that's my first issue. The second issue is I very much much in this being quite for straighten possibly demoralizing fit for the students who were kind of scrambling around without the knowledge by definition to solve the problem. So it's just a fruitless. And none of them are going to come up with Pythagoras these theories or very rare. If they did isn't it just more efficient and better for morale. Just to say, look, I'm this. This is today's I'm going to tell you how to do this. Now, what's the arguments against them? Arguments against us. We'd know at least stronger fell transfer. That's really interested. It doesn't damage around. It doesn't take long time. Dear right. You have to build the contract. You have to build a relationship. You have to say to them. Of course. She don't. She don't that's fine session. I have a play with it. You do new gossip stuff the mullet. You'll suggesting is that you just instruct them. We'll happens. If just instruct him is whether you'd like it all not those inventive strategies are in their head. They do believe those things they do have these misconceptions. And what you're doing is. You'll saying we'll I'm telling you. This is true. I'm giving you my method. We'll happens with that. Is they still have their inventive street in their head held as truth. So later on when you come to a problem in the in the future, which is why preaching improves for transfer because they still have that misconception in the head enough that invented stretched in the head, and they have your lay it on stress. She there was a conflict between which for so Mr. bond told me doing it, but I know another wave digging whereas what we're doing here with Richie is is just saying. No, no. It's not right. And this argument that eight yes. Some of the things I've seen schools. That it that it is kind or this kind of is more compassionate to say, which holiday tells you something wrong. Hey, well done, Johnny. That's right. That's kind is fish really not kind to tell the child well-done for being grown being wrong is not gonna help. Not go on. I agree. I agree with you on things. So I with your mouth home percents. I agree with you on the telling the kid who's wrong that right trying to almost took off talks about rounding place. I oh, I know what you're saying. You're saying this and the kid definitely isn't saying that, and it's all a big column a hundred percent with your, and I'm also think I'm with you like the idea of bridging where the the the raw misconceptions that you could you could imagine kids having so say, for example, adding fractions, you could well imagine kids over generalizing how they've always added to numbers together. And I've been numerate decide denominators I could see I could see that. I could imagine that would be a useful thing to get out in the open illegal shut it down. And then show them show them the way to do it. But to take python chrissakes, maybe kids have never considered how to how to calculate the length of a high pollen, you saw to take something like fat, tracing Quadra sake. Maybe kids never considered how to put. Things into into to put a quarter of your expression into into two brackets. It just seems a little Fatou to to expect them to just kind of play around fruitlessly with with with something. When you've got you've got the knowledge to to show them. How to do it does does that make sense?
"mr" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"Mr yeah yeah okay that's supposed to say what name mr winky oh those is the jerk to put it simply i expect his voice like you hear him being talked about and he's just like the swap and then the minute he opens his mouth he's like i do so yes i do those really good that was good yeah he is what's good board for him he's a he's a weasel bad kind of slithering what's i am not in bishop's calling yeah well i mean ambitious in a way that like he wants to get like the most his actions like he he lies in court to get killed if i said the bad kind of slithering i'm sorry i'm a slither in defender i don't want anybody bed to be in my house all my friends especially friends shout out to them if you know you're listening always case about being a bad person because of like come on up in case fund you all the time yeah but you also always wanna put bad guys in my house everybody always wants to put bad guys in my house peter pedigrees bad guy he's not a slower in just saying and he's like the worst he is the worst name abed hopeful ohi that's what i thought pulled on kind of all time that make fun of harry the governor fire there patty you're kind of reminds me of mr winky though oh my he's kind of he's kind of a rat right i mean he's just he's braved taking on that huge task of trying to pull this off to get towed put in jail yeah that's conning but it's also kind of brave just saying so i put mr winkle griffin dourthouse welcome to our new segment characters getting sorted into hogwarts house debt should totally be a segment totally be like okay oh my god this is now part of characters completely on board with okay good so far rat is a raven claw yeah oh yeah sure mr winky i vote griffin nor because i don't wanna put him in slovenia mood stall you know he could be between the two mr toad slither in a mole puff puff puff badger i'm thinking raven clauses clue i yeah you know he's doing that accounting i don't think any other house can do that why do all those numbers so poor okay so speaking of badger now poor badger has to do all of these bills for toad who is just so reckless doesn't care about this damage to the like animation of mr toad just riding along knocking stuff over break in stuff in like more bills you know more bills are coming towards badger like poor badger he's trying to help his name like actual angus mc badger mic badgering and he has scottish accent so you know make sense has very starring typical langa sled yep every time i hear the word angus i just think of merida's horse how she goes i guess whenever he likes throws her we are all over the phantom world now that's disney i know but it's very foreign future yes we are it's fine alrighty katrina you skipped iba oh right he's important not know his name is his name bubbles is that it coban crane can we go back and talk about all the horse going guy forgot about he think i am most like i think so back to hug towels i think ciro could be griffin door here but also could be a hustle puff sort of a middle a griffin puff that's what you are right i'm a hustle door oh hustled door yeah that's right there's a difference whichever one year more is the first one exactly yeah i liked him he was funny and he really looked like paco's role rend helix pickles bills horse to me yeah he does yeah yeah he was a true front who just like all right you wanna up to it i'm with you no matter what you know he's gonna break out of jail on your okay that my gosh the ball and chain like of in the great in a granny i actually like everything that we've watched up till this point i think that the towed segment has been my favorite i'm not kidding out of everything or just package films no everything we've watched up until now i'm not gonna say it's better than cinderella or anything because that's coming next but up till right now in this moment i think that the wind in the willow short is just it's holier he is just so bizarre like what where do these ideas.