18 Burst results for "Middle School Elementary School"

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:32 min | 11 months ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"As of March twenty fifth and river line regular weekday service with Sunday holiday schedules as of March twenty fifth I'm gonna try to get the less than ten minutes on WCBS now let's check our forecast of a touch of snow on the way here's meteorologist Mike with any mostly cloudy early this morning with rain perhaps mixed with some wet snow towards daybreak low thirty five in the city later today brisk and chilly with rain wet snow and sleet at the onset northwest of two eighty seven could bring a coating to an inch of snow hi forty six Monday night rain ending in the evening otherwise remaining cloudy low forty Tuesday milder with sunshine returning high fifty seven Wednesday cloudy breezy and cooler with rain high forty eight Thursday milder with clouds breaking for some sunshine high near sixty Friday cloudy and mild with a few showers around high sixty two and right now thirty seven degrees cloudy skies W. CBS news time it's twelve twenty the new Rochelle superintendent of schools have now tested positive for corona virus that's good details from the B. C. B. S.'s Christy collision school superintendent Laura Fay ho says she doesn't know how she may have gone the virus but felt symptoms on March twelfth when you go out and he ends hello laptops to students I did not develop symptoms until across sometime on Thursday new Rochelle schools have been closed since the thirteenth the host says she close them after she started feeling sick the same day she visited three schools in the district a middle school elementary school and early childhood center to speak with administrators about the decision so anybody that I'm informing that asks about being tested the only be tested if they develop symptoms those who may have been near her and their families have been asked to self quarantine from March twelfth to the twenty six critically Sheehan WCBS newsradio eight eighty New York state home mandate means all nonessential businesses are closed for now because of the crisis and that includes personal care businesses like barbershops and hair salons Farrakhan slob owns diamond cut to Newark he says even with the dangers some of his regular customers still want to come in again when I wrote it down I said listen you if you think that for twenty five thirty dollars I should wish your life by putting a guy in a cheer for you who have something in the you get in the chair after that what would you respect that you want me to put your.

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Of like well it's politically correct to sit here and talk about education person could yet if your business people you know that a diverse work team has a business advantage right because it brings a different point of view it brings a different way of problem solving some cases that the more diverse the better as assuming the people are well trained and bright and well educated and we also know that we don't have equal access to that education at capability yet and we're better okay that we weren't over certainly better than we order Apollo okay but that that's another area that we really need to work on it again there's a huge opportunity there right to sort of bring people along especially if we can we can if we can use Artemis in this way this is a repair she's been radio programming from one WCS beer from Washington now I think I think that's right and I think the interesting thing is the research is used to show that kids kind of turn away from stem in middle school that's actually been pushed back earlier in elementary school and so this issue of the pipeline and attacking it as a pipeline problem all the way through to how do you keep people in the workforce who are leaving it I I think is really critical and backstage we were talking about how do we create an aerospace stem eco system that I think is critical to making this work I think I think you have the key point those middle school elementary school I was a kid walking around turn my Apollo rocket you know that's that it may sound silly but that is the kind of thing that gets into his store children's minds what they want to do and how they want to engage I think the success of those awesome things that we can go do have an impact on the generation yeah thank well we've learned a lot on the ISS it's not the moon and the moon isn't marks how do we learn enough on Artemis to feel comfortable about making that next.

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST

PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on PUT IT IN THE AIR PODCAST

"Does he do things for you right. Does he buy things that not astle expensive things that resonate you know what i'm saying. How did he talk to you sweet. Nothings crabs affection meat and britney. I need not show affection. I don't even know what to do. I'm not always like rub his ears. I met affectionate. I'm not it happened right. So long as you could do a he knew what you you say you say he come along that initiates okay but your affectionate you got it. I don't talk at all if you're not initiator if you just react to somebody's i don't think that makes you an affectionate and what i mean by that. Is you have the capacity to be affectionate right. I feel like every i feel like everybody brings something out of you right agreeing korea somebody would you be with you can be with and they don't bring certain things. You know that are there. I agree. It's some people who bring stuff out of. You never knew was there agree so i think like if if you met that dude that you like wasn't faking he hit two fifty two fake outdoor attractive and he had to drown out even often though it just wasn't day and then he got the drip drip is so much inspiring your version or your viewpoint of drew still wasn't affectionate done you leave. It doesn't even elevator you got all the requisite requisites now against the affections side but when he sees you every time you see i had to kiss up on you had to touch you. He had to like be away would shoot him as you just beat at law school girl again. I think that that that should come up to you that but i'm still not initiating. It is gonna come. We affectionate through sex. That's what i can say connect. Can i saw that's the only time i'm affectionate like american kids. Who says you let me ask you this. Why is it because beeping a fuck up your cool note because we was exposed and we experienced a whole different type of lifestyle. How and kinda cool was the safest way to go like we learnt how to if you meet some of them. Come from that walker life. Don't even moving in a way that could be questionable. You asked me a what if question i wouldn't. I don't know how that was. A great question is actually answer that carafe traffic on the great debate from both uh-huh guarded gone the fast negro the first no no nigga in this debate debate. We're gonna we're not exactly where i wanted to go. I really i know exactly where i wanted to go. A woman told me recently that she she said it's kind of generalists but she said definitely would women right and what she said was women as they age as they age right they tend to become more act out the thing that a man said to them or did to them earlier in life facts so she gave this example well. She said a woman who nighttime thin is insecure own doesn't like her breasts and once augmentation right a man made a comment do pilot like a middle school elementary school that she kinda pry even liked or whatever was like yo you gotta chest like a boy by a black and it never left her like if she he never really developed developed it never left her so when she gets older and she has the means if they're insecure strong enough she finds herself getting breast implants sure so yeah. I find that to be true that i think that's true even even acting guy you might have met six months ago. I don't even got to be a guy that i'll go and he's you. Women make the changes based off of idiot votto way the person a moment..

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"News talk eight three I can sit back and relax you can follow along a Korea below Twitter Instagram and Facebook there's a there's a topic I think that we absolutely need to be hitting harder with our kids and a lot of times we think okay well when they're sixteen seventeen eighteen that's that's when we start talking to them about money I think it needs to happen much earlier than that middle school elementary school maybe even maybe even when their first grade second grade maybe even kindergarten we start teaching them about money because think budgeting is a huge issue in our country we don't know how to spend we spend too much we spend more than me who would then we make I think I think we should have courses in high school just dedicate and an earlier middle school elementary school dedicated to creating a budget in managing money I mean when your kids how many of you guys got allowance or view or you did chores maybe worked around the house and you earn money and then then you got paid for that how many of you had that right maybe maybe work for something and then you got a little bit money and maybe that was your allowance you did some chores this mom has a great idea I I really like this she has a what she did for her kids so this on buzzfeed this mom had her kids apply for jobs doing chores when they ask for a more allowance so she had them on an allowance and she said no no you guys just you basically you just want more money that's not how that's not how the real world works all right so I'm going to set up jobs you're going to have to apply for them and if I feel you're right for it and then you do the jobs and you do the chores yes then you can earn more money so she's thirty years old she keep the McGregor her kids kept asking her for new phones larger allowance she decided it was time to teach them a lesson on money and budgeting so before kids came home from school McGregor set up a job fair in her house that had job postings application forms and a notice for an in home credit union this is brilliant so on the fridge was this open jobs she posted this it's a sheet of paper to open jobs number one kitchen manager description we'll make sure the kitchen stays clean at all times responsible for making sure everyone washes their own dishes and put them away number two the.

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"Like crap rates, they're learning experience, low when they bring them back like a month later and give them new scenarios that none of them have ever seen group to destroys group one and that's what you want. That's like kind of a theme of the book is when you want people to be able to apply knowledge, whether that's physical or cognitive to situations. They have not encountered before you need to teach them early on in this much broader way. So they build these conceptual constructs, what do you think this bachelor studies are other ones that you've found say about our early education system, and maybe our entire education system of through college says it suggests that we should have more of a liberal arts, broad kind of education or my sense, is that we're moving more towards managing to the test managing to the SAT managing to whatever and away from. Nope. Specific goal in mind. Don't teach to the test type indication. So I very consciously stayed away from making the arguments for a liberal arts education of freeze Hikari has a book that does that and I wanted to stay away from that because I don't necessarily view that as inherently more valuable than a lot. People get a liberal arts education. Don't know anything about science. And I wouldn't consider that a well rounded education. So I think more than about what they should study. It's about how we study the things we study. And by the way, there've been other studies now showing that professor evaluations this may be different for like middle school elementary school. But at the college level, the professor valuations are offering like inversely related to, in, like stem courses, especially how well the students and of doing later on in, I think it is a problem when we incentivize professors and students when they're full incentive, basically, looks like doing as well as they possibly can on short term test than what you get our strategies that produce short term skills, and learning that evaporates when they start facing these more novel situations what you really want is information to stick and to be flexible. It's alternately. You want them to be able to apply it in situations. They've never seen and teaching narrowly and using procedures. Knowledge is basically a way to undermine that. And. So I think there's we need methods to evaluate right? But I think if we are too focused on these narrow sets of tests that can be a big problem Bahia ways to evaluate. You talked a bit about this idea of the Flynn effect in the book, and a free to recount, the idea, they're surprised by show that classic picture. I don't know what it's called the test is called you ask people to identify whether one ball is bigger than the other you could describe what that is. And I was surprised by the kinds of people that make certain choices. So talk through that idea. Yeah, that's called the ebbing house allusion anyway. But that chapter the Flynn effect is the finding that I q scores around the world are going up at a rate of about point three points per year. Three points per decade over that starting in the twentieth century steadily. And it's not just the bottom of the curve moving up, or it's not just the topic or like the whole curve, shifting to the right. And in fact, it's not only that, but it happens where it was least expected on the most abstract portions of tests. So the parts of tests, cognitive tests, that are on things you might learn in school have not moved so much. Much but tests like the ravens progressive matrices is this test. That's totally abstract. This was created to be the test. That's what's called totally culturally reduced. Meaning nothing you learned in life or school matters. You get these abstract designs one's missing. You have to deduce the rules, Martian, tennis and figure out what pattern is missing. And this was the test that if martians landed on earth..

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on SGGQA Podcast – SomeGadgetGuy

"It's always fun to take us sack. Stop and see how far we've come. I was really excited to fly mom in to help produce video for new egg. The final video is an awesome. Mash up of Tricia Hirsch burger, talking about raising her son with technology, and my mom talking about how things have changed since. I was a kid. A while. We were staging a mother son gaming showdown inbetween setting up cameras in playing rounds of tetris. I thought it would be fun to ask my mom questions about technology and parenting and the new egg ninjas were able to get most of that conversation. So I'm gonna share that now in a short little podcast fair. Warning. We were on wireless mics that got kinda loud whenever we laughed. So the audio quality gets a bit crunchy at times, but I still think it's a fun chat. So here we go the conversation about technology with mom. We do that the same. Logically. I think it's just similar organisms. So terrible way to say that. I got a couple of questions here. Okay. Got to put you on the spot. We're in new eggs. We gotta talk about technology. But I think it's kind of important to check in on something like mothers day because, you know, tech parenting or pretty right? These are conversations people are really having. So we wrote out a couple of questions here. I'm gonna I'm gonna read these out here. What are your thoughts sort of just to start off in general about tech? And being a mom tech. And being a mom. I think that technology in some ways has made parenting easier. Right. You know kids today have cell phones. Like what middle school elementary school coming into elementary school. We have a couple peers that are talking about four and five year olds with technology. Now. That's Yeah. that's. That's it is because on the one hand, it's great. You can keep track of them. You can see what they're doing online all the. But that doesn't mean that your job is easier either. I think in some ways it makes it a lot harder. I didn't have that. You know? I didn't have by kids. Didn't when did the internet come out. With wind. And we we started before the internet came we had right right networking in school in military stuff. And I think even then when the internet first came out, I wasn't worried about you guys accident ending up on places that you shouldn't have been say, it's three clicks in your into porn easily. As a mom. I mean, do you feel like they're still perception of you know, like, mommy, tack is something different. Like that means blenders vacuums not like your refrigerator keeps track of your shopping list. Tell me what's it because you raised the daughter who has a PHD in engineering, not visits, Jerry. I think that. Tech is boy, I don't I'm not sure exactly how I want to progress. I mean, I feel like when I don't feel. I've never felt like there are enough women in stem fields because you know, when when I graduated from school there were like, maybe just a handful of us. It was the most of my classes, there would just be a couple women in causes mostly all men. I don't feel that that's changed enough. But I do think that we've seen a lot of progress. It's great when when you were coming up in just getting out of school. Was there still that stigma that because you're using a keyboard, that's more akin to secretarial, definitely? In fact, I have a great story if you have a second so between some two semesters, I took some time and worked for south western bell. It was a co op they called it. And I was like a student manager..

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Confronting the tech industry's gender gap problem

WBBM Programming

01:21 min | 2 years ago

Confronting the tech industry's gender gap problem

"Are you having just keep pressing it and I'll go back down by the time the girls at Marymount get to eighth grade. They're using more sophisticated circuit boards and writing computer code to create robots with dance move. I love with the part of it that was making stuff in hands on projects that I said I want to do this. So I'm doing this for last my life science favorite subject. I love to create a like inventing things I like playing around with Peter's technology and physics few days near the there's a shortage of women in these fields, which reaction that there's not that many women it makes to change that I'm going to be one of those women. We went to a tech job fair in New York recently. It was a sea of men just about the only women on hand were those recruiting for tech companies that picture hasn't changed in decades. But it might be about to if even one percent of the girls on Kodo occurs per learning. This in middle school elementary school and high school if even one percent of those students decide to major in computer science and university that'll even the the fifty fifty balance among the university's percents. Thinking do it. I think if we look at this in about five ten years the gender gap in university. Computer science will

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Take us back to wherever you want to start in your story, which is an incredible, and inspirational so you can go back as early as you want. But I think that'll be hugely audience kind. Learn about Louis I mean for me growing up I grew up in a small town, Delaware, Ohio out to my house family and was just very insecure as a kid, I really didn't have many friends because it was really challenging for me to read and write to comprehend any schoolwork. And all through middle school elementary school and high school. I cheated on probably ninety percent of my tests homework. I feel like a lot of successful people. Learn to delegate that's what I call it. Yes. By being really, I had amazing vision my whole life, and I think it's played well into sports and also into business where I'm at right now. And unfortunately, the vision that I had was so good at like hiding my eyes and seeing out of the mile is we have scantron test back then number that. So just the and I just got really good at sitting at the right places and having the right vision. So recognizing patterns recognize look once. Copy, exactly. Business. I struggled. My my grades were always in the bottom four of our class. And. Specialties glasses and an elementary school. My mom actually, come into some important shooter in those classes because she knew I needed extra help. Now. It's not really cool to have your mom come in school like being right? So for me, it was even more of an insecure thing just because I got picked on a lot. I have many friends. That was the most challenging for me. I was the youngest four my family or my siblings. They were all these like fee nom prodigies right in school. My brother skipped a couple of grades was one of the top classical violinist country. Now that I'm one jazz violinist in the world. My other sisters were extremely intelligent and had tons of friends. And then it was just me the dumb stupid. No friend youngest son had to mix it up somewhere in there. Right. Exactly. And I think I think. There were many years where I just have to ask myself. Why am I here? I would ask myself. I would get in trouble a lot the principal's office. Like, I don't know why I would say that over and over again, and I don't really talk about this much because it was so young. And I think probably lots of kids said this. But I would say why am I here? I don't wanna be here. I want to be a loss would say that as a second third. Fourth grader a lot. And I think she'd said that now they're probably out much more attention on on what they're saying. But back then people really seem to care that much and. Because people cared. I know people chaired. But because I didn't steal it at a lot of anger and rage built up and over those years Melvin school. I just focused on being the best athlete. I could be I I didn't have friends. So I would play games by myself in the backyard play games in my room. I'm gonna ball and try to throw a ball every corner. Catch it with my good hand with my bad hand. I would do all the different games. Because I was so bored. France. And then I started playing basketball and going to the gym and just working out this free time, and that that anger fueled was a passion to the good at something. Coming together created something magical. But it was also very toxic. It made me one of the greatest athletes in my high school for every sport that I played I was dominant player in the league in the state of all in a report that got me scholarship opportunities. But it left me so one fulfilled. And so. Frustrated still every goal that I would achieve. I still wasn't happy. So I needed a bigger dream and a bigger goal to chase and nothing would filled. The emptiness felt inside the loneliness. I felt inside. And it wasn't until later in my twenty s and when I hit thirty that I realize I kept repeating this pattern over and over like now, I had friends because I was like a talented athletes will people wanted to hang out with me. To have the challenge of having friends anymore. But I was still insecure are still frustrated now still holding onto Inger from childhood. A lot of different things that have happened..

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"Good ratty gentleman dot com. And check that out today, we have no more announcements, and we have no more men's we're going to get right into it. First segment soul food with CK chin CK, welcome back program back. I'm glad we backed you CK was on Rb p fifty six way the fuck back for those of you who have listened to yet. It was a fantastic episode was a there was a heavy contingency of the Rb p gang. They wanted to hear more from you CK. So here you are. You know, I still don't believe that. But, you know, damn, well, it's true. Send you the evidence. Send you the lovely messages. People sent in is true. Yeah. Receipts for days, his true for sure. You and I were talking yesterday about what all we wanted to discuss on the show, and you and I was brought up animals. I was like what we talk about animals a lot. If you have a particular animal, you wanna talk about you. That's funny because I was going to be a vet. I was like what did I obviously you're a restaurant owner of a restaurant or to I didn't I didn't realize vet or being veterinary? Potential out there. You might not have noticed. But I'm also Asian. I have noticed you have. No, I wasn't gonna say anything just in case. I was wrong. Yeah. But so, you know, I come from very old school upbringing kind of Asian upbringing that dislike, you know. You're my parents, my mother was super supportive. You could be whatever you wanted to be as an Asian parents are nicer than white parent as long as it's engineer lawyer doctor. Oh, okay. Anything you want as long as it's incredibly successful. And one of the most difficult paths to take in light. That's correct. It's one of those. Yes. So one of the ones you have to have really good grades for right and actually try and so right away. I think I I kind of lean towards as a child, I think I just really was just fascinated by it for whatever reason. I don't know. I I don't know how you should you should probably be skeptical about any any young toddler. That's you know, very anti animal right enroll this. That's typically. One of the like three things you can look for in a sociopath through serial killer. Whatever like did you fuck animals up when you were a little kid if the answer is yes, probably gonna kill human at some Rex. Yeah. So obviously had just had this fascination for it. And just remember I was just quite literally, you know, in my library in elementary school and middle school just devouring these books he to and just going through and just chewing up, dude. I love animal books when I was a little kid and all of them as had a subscription to zoo books. Yes, dude. I got that shit in the mail. Yeah. That was it a monthly deal. Like, I don't really know. They would just show up in the night to show up. I never we had no concept of time. Then that's the problem. Right. How many sleeps I have been? No, fun inclu. No. I'd like between the ages at ten and twenty. I don't know when things happened. I just know they happened at something threat. Yes. So, you know, and so that that kind of of asleep pivoted towards again, why we were discussing this in middle school elementary school age. Right. As to what you wanted to do. And I think again, that's just it was just a thought process for me that I was going to be event of it. Because that was the if I was going to be a doctor. I would rather be. A doctor for animals, right? Okay. And then you just kind of locked in. I just kind of locked into it. Because you don't really think about it again until you're picking your major in college. It's a good point. You know, everybody asked you when you're like, you know, eight. Yeah..

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The winter weather is it a macho thing did they forget to check the forecast on their way in from warmer. Climes are they simply trying to prove their mothers wrong after years of being told put a coat on. You'll catch cold Wall Street Journal men's fashion reporter Jacob Gallagher track down, some of these guys to find out what their beef is with proper outerwear. Jacob Butch look at a guy. Pay is new idea. A man who are inadequately vascular winter. This was saying that kind of sparked conversations we've been having around the office of getting on the train each December January and seeing you guys that are basically wearing shorts and t shirts even plops ran hovering around for you. And we thought religion a bit absurd. Clearly, something that, you know, a good number of guys are doing and why do they do this? And so I kind of set out the find the answer to that. All right. So what kind of responses did you get? Got everything from I just don't get cold. I don't feel cold to you know, I'd like to be more comfortable and you guys comfort met now wearing a constricting coat. Down to the same thing all year round. And I don't ever want to to change your winner. And I don't care if I'm cold. Guy. He was such an interesting range of in most guys were you know, it wasn't like I spoke with anyone. And they said we're gonna do you mean? It's. Where it goes. You guys didn't realize that it was more to wear code was, you know, more of the norm that you would wear a coat, but this is personal preference and know more power to hey, get cold. I love that. Edges of the guys it wasn't. But I got one thing that I was thinking about is. It does come down to stubbornness. For better for worse. Sometimes people don't want to be told what to do not. They're not going to work out. How the one guy's wife pretty much disowns him in public, right? And she said I. She was embarrassed around him. He was a recent transplant. LA who moved to the mid midwest. You want to put on news running errands or something? Wait used to being in Los Angeles. Not quite the same. Where he was based. Yeah, it's funny. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, men's fashion reporter Jacob Gallagher. Got a funny piece entitled what's up with men who don't wear coats in winter? So to your point about all of these reasons. One of the guys you have pictured here at the top of your story is a guy he's walking across the street and like blizzard conditions in Denver. He's wearing sneakers ankle socks cargo shorts. Of course, a hoodie. Butts other guys might say, hey, what's with the hat and gloves with your hoodie? I know. That guy. Exactly what. I think sometimes it just works. Germany's your legs. It would be really hard to be specific case of, you know, why did you guys? Good. Her neighbors that that that are saying, hey, you know, this guy was about seventy article. I said I've done this forever. I just make other people are doing it. I don't want to have to change the cleaning. And I thought go. Uh-huh. Wonderful. And this is something I guess they've always done like because I know like my son. You know and fellow teenage boys in highschool, no jackets. Yes. That was one thing that really talked about it that a lot of guys that the starting in high school that they started doing it in college. And yeah, I think there's other probably went back even further than that. Starting when you're in middle school elementary school in your mom or your dad 'cause code on say, I don't to. You don't want to be told what to do something, psychologically? I think does happen. You know? Sort of person perhaps I would have done a larger study on it figured out. No. When we begin. About it being a holdover from being told what to do and not wanting to listen to that Wall Street Journal, men's fashion. Reporter Jacob Gallagher is twelve minutes now in front.

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Wall Street Journal, men's fashion reporter Jacob Gallagher tracked down some of these guys to find out what their beef is with proper outerwear. Jacob Butch look at. Say is the idea of man who are inadequately for the winter. And this was saying that kind of sparked conversation, but we've been having around the office of getting on the train each December for January and seeing you guys that are basically wearing shorts and t shirts. Ran it's hovering around from your day. And we thought the listen a bit absurd. Clearly, something that, you know, a good number of guys are doing and why do they do this? And so I kind of set out to find the answer to that. All right. So what kind of responses did you get? Got everything from I just don't get cold. I don't feel cold to I like to be more comfortable and these guys come now wearing a contributing. Down to I read the same thing all year round. And I don't ever want to change your winner at I don't care if I'm cold. Guy. He was such an interesting range of answers in most guys were you know, it wasn't like I spoke with anyone. And they said, what do you mean? That I don't wear a good. I mean. You guys didn't realize that it was more normal to wear code more than you would wear a coat, but this is personal preference and more power to it. It does get cold. I love that. Edges of those guys. It wasn't. But I got you know, one thing that I was thinking about it. But it does come down to is stubbornness. For better for worse. Sometimes people don't want to be told what to do and they're not going to work out. How about the one guy's wife pretty much disowns him in public, right? And she said I said that she he embarrassed to be around in. He was moved to the mid west. When he was running errands or something. Would really wait used to being Los Angeles. Not quite the same. When you're over there in Minnesota. Where he was base. Yeah. It's funny. We're speaking with Wall Street Journal, men's fashion reporter Jacob Gallagher. Got a funny piece entitled what's up with men who don't wear coats in winter? So to your point about all of these reasons. One of the guys you have pictured here at the top of your story is the guy is like he's walking across the street like blizzard conditions in Denver. He's wearing sneakers ankle socks cargo shorts. Of course, a hoodie butts. Butts other guys might say, hey, what's with the hat and gloves with your hoodie? I know I thought that guy. Exactly what. I think sometimes it just your extremities cold. For your legs. It would be really hard. Specific case of you know, why these guys know white each doesn't do it. Have you been hurt numerous that? They're saying, hey, you know, this guy. About the article said I've done this forever. I just. Validation. Other people are doing it. I don't want to have to change and I bought. Wonderful. And this is something I guess they've always done. I like because I know like my son, you know, and fellow teenage boys in highschool jackets. Yes. Yes. That was one thing that really talked about it. And that a lot of guys did mention that big starting in high school that they started doing it in college. I think there's other than probably went back even further than that. You know, starting when we were in middle school elementary school in your says, hey, your mom your dad code on. You think I don't wanna you don't want to be told what to do something, psychologically? They're I think does happen. You know? If I was a good sort of person, I would have done a study on it figured out. When this begins. About it being a holdover from being told what to do and not wanting to listen to that Wall Street Journal, men's fashion reporter Jacob Gallagher. It is twelve minutes now in front of.

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"So my first question was how did you. You get my phone number. He said, Washington Post, has your telephone number and your address because they have written a couple of article and they had done that. They had interviewed me couple of articles. He said, I got it from there and named person that I spoken with me from Washington Post. So I, I was trying to verify that I'm speaking with a legitimate person of, so I spoke with him and I gave him my pots and what I felt, and what I thought. This was taking place on one side on the personal and private side was that after that statement where we would go. Indefatigably my children's families, their friends families with small children. Birthday parties, get togethers, and I would be invited and we would go line. I would go and people knew that are practiced law in I, I know little bit about the constitution as well, and so they would bring their children, middle school elementary school, high school children say will ask, ask on con- if we are going to be thrown out of hair. And so these kids middle school kits, they would reach out, is this true? But we're going to be thrown out of here because when we go to school, we're bullied little girls. The kids bother us and this you will be thrown out of fear while you do your homework. Why are you studying so hard? Once he becomes the president, we are going to throw all of you out and all of this, and these are not kids. These are just regular, but they look different little brownish little, not so white, and so I would heart on them. I would hug them. I would heart him them and I would tell them, no, this is not true US constitution for TNT amendment, and I'll narrate equal protection of lock close to them. And I said, this is just because of the politics and all of this. So we would hardening these kids and I would then ask you days later, call their parents day, doing their homework. They going back to school. Most of them would say, no, they don't even eat well. And what did they are not sleeping well, and they have taken this. To their heart. And so I would speak with them. Let me talk to their order phone and I'll try to heart on them. And this is this is taking place when I'm speaking with James king. And James king publishes that article and democratic national conventions committee picks up that article, and I see a call that. We are preparing for a semi annual convention or conference in Minneapolis, and we've issued to pay tribute to captain Hawaiian con- do you have any objection? I said, no. So they prepare a two minutes tribute to captain him. I in con- where Hillary Clinton narrates part of the words that I had uttered about then candidate and his threats and. So we'd see what link few days later that this is the tribute that we have prepared. You have any objection, no objection. At all. Few weeks later, we receive a call that we have invited other goal star families to the convention. Would you like to come. And something we have not been political. We have voted, but we have not been making speeches or supporting candidates are other things we have had over favorite politician presidents and and other all in one party or another party. No, all in looking back after Ronald Reagan, we have been in on the side of Democrats because their values and their their programs and platforms mashed over values and. So so I said, could we think what a day? Yeah. Okay. Let let us know day after tomorrow. And so I talked to allies said I got this call and they're saying that if we would like to come when they pay tribute, they're paying tribute to other Goldstar members and their families are present. And she said, really have not been part of the noise and all of this, you think we should. I, let's talk to over kids. We talk to them and they said, no, this is not your Cup of tea. Do not go, please your reputation, your piece, your comfort, everything will be maligned. This is advice from other two sons in Charlottesville. I taught there being over protective. Let me talk to some of the folks that are a little more savvy in this business. They said exactly..

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And when you talk about who is the audience for this movie, he is a surrogate for the white audience that needs to see this movie. Now it's true thought about like that for me, the thing that I was kind of exp- I would expect in a movie like this is too for there to be some scene at the end where he's like almost congratulated little bit for like getting it now and that kind of didn't happen, which which I appreciate. Although it seemed like it mostly didn't happen because of time. I. Wrapping plotlines. That would have been the thing that would have made it a problem for me, but like it just it's hard to come back from like a real legit. I don't see color monologue. That for me is when things went off the rails. Like when he said, I don't see color, and then she was like, but I'm black. And then he just like, I see you and then they kiss. I was like, wait. Wiz way we. Yeah. And we please, that was the only place where I thought failed young people to me, it's still sold the idea of like, love conquers, all our love makes it so that you can. You can see each other clearly and like I really wish that there had been a little bit more tension in their relationship that had played out that would have made it to me feel a little bit more realistic. I have never had the experience of dating interracially, but like having had friends, family members, lots of people close to me in my life who have. I think that like a big thing that I don't necessarily see enough of played-out is actually like the daily education misunderstandings on learning that plays out. And I felt like that was a little bit too neat for me and like I understood like they wanted to have some moments of romance and humor, whatever that makes sense. That's what you want in a teen movie. But I just felt like I wished they'd been a little bit more realistic with that one. I definitely felt like he was supposed to. L. look ignorant when he said I don't do color, and that was a good thing. I don't think that was supposed to be something that she would easily overlook, but I agree with you. What I would have preferred was to have that play out over a couple of scenes. That of kind of all in one thing. That's all he has to say, and it kind of undoes this ignorant thing he just spent. Yeah, because then he was also just then he was running through the streets? Yes, Fremont, yeah. This is one of the ways in which it's a little tidy is the sort of the quick resolution of him like figuring out that he has to sort of be involved in be with her, and he can't just kind of be like, I don't understand what this has to do with anything. The the story of her and her friend at school, her whiten friend at school data, some brutal stuff in some places. I thought it was really good that they showed a young white girl being terrible. Yeah, like not actually coming to her senses, not changing her mind. Not like, you know, having any sort of redemption ark. It was just like, she's terrible. She's gonna stay terrible, which for me was a lot closer to the reality of my high school, middle school elementary school experiences. It was nicely and people push back in the moment to life. The final scene I guess is like the end of their relationship. When it finally kinda hits a button was one that like the mainland sambergen and SARS character in the film was like was doing that work of kind of the pushback. You always wish you could say in the moment. Had tumbler when I was a teenager coming out. Exactly. In that final moment I thought that was that was really nice because you rarely just see NFL taken to that extreme, you know. But I mean, that's important. Those climaxes, those fights really do happen. And so it was strangely refreshing seeing that. Like in that spot, letting them actually go there. I can't believe I consistently underestimate how much it's going to affect me seeing a young black female character as a protagonist in like a teenage story. And I just hope to see more of that..

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Student achievement is having a person in front of students who does not engage students in their learning. Now if this plan is approved it could take affect next year. The K through formal Gavin additional to students, and then the rest of the students could have four more kids in the classroom, and they're gonna save about. Well, they'll be able to get rid of one hundred and fifty four classrooms that doesn't seem like like an amount. This really changed the learning experience that much I know about it depends on which tour in the class. Well, that's true. Now, if it is such a situation where you bring in people that are going to distract and and take more of the teachers attention away. Then you gotta situation, but other than that if people are paying attention could be business as usual. I don't know how this affects the classroom. I mean, I mean only teachers can say that I love to hear from a teacher space high school middle school elementary school. What do you think about this? If you have concerns is this a problem at all Matthew good morning. Mathew good morning, Vietnam. And I have a comment on one subject and y'all is talking about another one that makes me want to talk about that one too. Two dollars. I'm gonna tell you right now. It's the school ever had the call me over something. My daughter was wearing my myself as a parent I fail my daughters. Do not own any clothing provocative now with that being said spaghetti straps that kind of stuff. I really can't comment on that. But I'm gonna tell you right now. They're trying their reasoning behind telling girl where you know, spaghetti strap at school because distracting how did we have how we our entire life with that girl, the girls in my you know, my day anyway. Not long ago when I was in high school. I mean, yeah, don't real came around the short skirts and overall and stuff that was provocative. Yeah. I have. Man, man, you're you're aware overalls or provocative. That's weird. Well. The access.

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Children as of paramount importance you know if i have to watch another diane i know there was one today and they did the one at publix and i understand that there are young people who are very concerned for their safety within the public schools of america today but the the idea of a random shooter coming in to a school high school a middle school elementary school as horrific as it is it is a rare occurrence on the other hand what's becoming more and more of a sort of regular occurrence are these ms thirteen gang members inside of schools and when you hear the story about about william were middle school in maryland it's gonna make your hair hurt it made mine i mean i i am so stressed out about this story because i see it coming to a middle school near you near me and it and it really is particularly i think is particularly powerful story for people like me who have hispanic heritage for people like my producer who are hispanic for us we know intimately we know personally how gang behavior resonates in the community and when you hear this particular story you know they describe the ms thirteen threats in a middle school in maryland as a ticking time bomb and teachers parents and students are living under this so if you think that you're scared to go to your high school in carl's springs or you know name the community weston parkland imagine what it is to know that you're walking into a a gang land you know scenario in middle school you know i've got a grandson in middle school starts middle school this year you know he's a baby he doesn't know how to protect himself from gang gang members this is absolutely one of the most frightening stories i'm ever going to share with you so don't move stay right where you are did you just get an unexpected bill did you find out your wife.

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on WRVA

"You really tore open wound here i'm sorry all right i just why this reason why i'm calling i was bullied until i was a junior in high school and i had the opportunity to fight back and put my belief in place but i've sixty five now my kids are grown and i have been very very intimate relationship with school systems of all in the east coast of regina for my wife's entire career might these bullies are all over the school system and if it's not fully it's people who were bullied and they perpetuate the system by not allowing kids back they says come see me come do come to that let's talk about it that doesn't do any good and these bullies keep going the hot the allowed to happen in the schools this guy was a popular football player or a star student or good looking or all of the things that we like and they are perfect kenan barbie world so you know we don't we don't want to upset the perfect student let let the one who has zits or is a little pudgy or is on the chess team that's okay for them to get beat up because they're not our star football player i was assigned cupcake and that happened and just following the pattern but why why are they not allowing kids to fight back in schools stop this stuff defying our entire population it's terrible that's all i have to say about that i i wish i wish they would let the kids take care of it themselves fightback fight their ballots when they're young and they won't grew up this way i'm sorry that you were bullied jerry i truly truly am i have to share with you i told you earlier in the three o'clock hour that i was bullied horribly from middle school all the way through high school i thought it was i would never end not even middle school elementary school probably the third grade is when it started and i changed schools and it continued even when i changed schools and it was just horrific i dreaded going to school every single day one of the things that i was picked on was because i.

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Startup Financial News

Startup Financial News

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Startup Financial News

"Theranos even as our big brothers and sisters in this world which we try to navigate colts startups specifically tech start ups and our big siblings folks continue to let us down continue to prove that they are the worst possible role models that we could ask for and on that note i just want to thank google and facebook and snapchat and thrown ose i want to thank all you guys for being the shittiest big siblings ever thank you for being piss poor role models to the next generation of tech entrepreneurs thank you for showing us incest than evil and cruelty can build your behemoth corporations thank you for tainting the game for the next generation thank you seriously thank you guys so much we really appreciate it we're going to move on before i get too crazy to this because now i'm fired up you know folks this this shell comes from just the place of passion if you've known me since childhood if you know anything about me you know that really my only hobby my only actively in this world that i so see it myself with his entrepreneurship us anybody at went to high school middle school elementary school with that's all they know about me yeah i do other things i go snowboarding i play the guitar whatever but my hobby well touch preneurs ship my life entrepreneurship my career entrepreneurship i love this game this is all i know i have traded girlfriends i have traded family i've traded friends.

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"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Startup Financial News

Startup Financial News

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"middle school elementary school" Discussed on Startup Financial News

"Theranos even as our big brothers and sisters in this world which we try to navigate colts startups specifically tech start ups and our big siblings folks continue to let us down continue to prove that they are the worst possible role models that we could ask for and on that note i just want to thank google and facebook and snapchat and thrown ose i want to thank all you guys for being the shittiest big siblings ever thank you for being piss poor role models to the next generation of tech entrepreneurs thank you for showing us incest than evil and cruelty can build your behemoth corporations thank you for tainting the game for the next generation thank you seriously thank you guys so much we really appreciate it we're going to move on before i get too crazy to this because now i'm fired up you know folks this this shell comes from just the place of passion if you've known me since childhood if you know anything about me you know that really my only hobby my only actively in this world that i so see it myself with his entrepreneurship us anybody at went to high school middle school elementary school with that's all they know about me yeah i do other things i go snowboarding i play the guitar whatever but my hobby well touch preneurs ship my life entrepreneurship my career entrepreneurship i love this game this is all i know i have traded girlfriends i have traded family i've traded friends.

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