35 Burst results for "Middle School High School"
Fox News: Michelle Obama's Juice Brand Fails Her Own Health Standards
"And so I'm looking here from Fox News former First Lady Michelle Obama's touted health drink pleasing What does that mean Plessy Oh what do I know What fail the health standards set by the Obama administration to do Bloomberg report found After discussing with 12 independent health professionals and organizations the Bloomberg news organization found that pleasing current flavors released earlier this month would not meet the requirements to be served at elementary middle school Uh oh But do they make money That's the issue These Marxist revolutionaries need to know if they're going to make money off the drinks Please it's not like Kool-Aid you know Remember Jim Jones mister producer drink the Kool-Aid Drink the plessy Under the Obama era school meal regulations currently under review U.S. elementary middle schools may only serve water milk or a 100% fruit or vegetable juice with no added sweeteners And the regulations do permit schools to dilute juices with water and none of pleasing four current flavors meet these criteria According to the experts there are was concern over the non nutritive I feel like I'm being treated other way Non nutritive sweeteners in the drink such as stevia leaf and monk fruit extracts They could still be considered unhealthy The World Health Organization previously published its own report on Monday advising against the use of sweeteners like stevia to control body weight
AP News Radio
Real-life 'The Queen's Gambit': Custodian leads school chess teams in Maine
"The real-life version of Netflix is The Queen's Gambit is being played out in Maine. The Netflix series is about a chess prodigy inspired by a janitor. That was just them copying me. David bishop is a custodian and coached of the reeds Brooke middle school and whether it be elementary school chess teams in hampden Maine, both teams won their state chess tournaments and did well in a national tournament. Eli Marquis says he sees the Netflix connection. The character's coach is a janitor. That's one similarity, but one difference is that he teaches many people and I thought that was cool because we're a team. Bishop notes that the Netflix chess coach is a janitor, he's a custodian. Custodians, they open a locker, a kid needs to open. They jump start a car if that's needed. For any one of the parents, we set up for dances. Bishop says they're just playing chess, but it's like a workout for the brain. I'm Ed Donahue
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Middle Schooler Shamed for Pro-Gender Binary Shirt
"We're still waiting on the video, so I know. So play the audio. Who cares? We got a radio show to get across. I hope people are watching too, but it's at least we get, here we go. And Nichols middle school, I appreciate the opportunity to speak to you today. I never thought that the shirt I wore to school on March 21st would lead me to speak with you today. I'm not Tuesday morning. I was taken out of gym class to sit down with two adults for what turned out to be a very uncomfortable talk. I was sold that people were complaining about the words on my shirt, the mature was making some students feel unsafe. Yes, resident shirt made people feel unsafe. They told me that I wasn't in trouble, pretty sure it felt like I was. I told I was told that I would need to remove my shirt before I could return to class. When I nicely told them that I didn't want to do that, they called my father. Thankfully, my dad supported him. My decisions came to pick me up. One of my shirts say, 5 simple words. There are only two genders. Nothing harmful, nothing threatening, just a statement I believe to be a fact. I have been told to my shirt was targeting a protected class, who is this protected class, or their feelings more important than my rights. I don't complain when I see pride flags and diversity posters hunk throughout the school. Do you know why? Because others have a right to their beliefs, just as I do. No one person staff or student told me that they were bothered by what I was wearing. Actually, just the opposite. Several kids told me that they supported my actions and that they wanted one too.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Denise Quinn: A Dangerous Reality in Portland Schools
"Good friend, she is one of the great host at KY kn and Salem Oregon, Denise Quinn, Denise how's it going to be? Hey Todd, it's going well. And I'm not in Portland. Thank goodness. I am in Salem. So there's that. My word almighty. Oh my God. So how bad is it in the schools? Well, you know, the oregonian story about the middle school is up in Portland. Some of the examples that they cite will curl your hair. I mean, they're terrible. Even down here in Salem, we currently in the Salem Kaiser school district, there's a bunch of teachers that have filed a lawsuit against the district because they've taken school resource officers every disciplinary tool every common sense thing that you would think would be in place to deal with these issues is gone. And it's in there now with let's talk to them. Let's wrap like they used to say in the 70s. Let's have a conversation. And these kids are out of control. And it's not doing them any good and teachers are being injured. Other students are being terrorized in classes because they don't remove the student who's acting out. They remove everybody else. It's.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Brandon Johnson on Crime: 'Sometimes Children Make Silly Decisions'
"Surely even the far left radical progressive mayor elect Brandon Johnson is going to condemn all that violence, right? Think again. Look, demonizing children is wrong. We have to keep them safe as well. Have you ever taught middle school? I have, have you ever raised young people? Do you understand the risk that young people take just because they're young? Do you know that home plate is at the bottom of my stairs? I found it out when my son was sliding down those stairs, trying to score. They're young. Sometimes they make silly decisions. They do. And so we have to make sure that we are investing to make sure that young people know that they are supported. Now, you could say that about the army of shoplifters and thieves and people who are assaulting white and Asian and Hispanic people, Jews are being assaulted in cities like New York, we got to invest in those young people. It's wrong to demonize them. We can't demonize the looters, we can't vilify the criminals, what happened to them in their childhood. They feel disenfranchised.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Gov. Scott Walker: Outreach Efforts by Young America's Foundation
"Was very excited to hear that you guys were even going into the middle school campus is now because this is indoctrination is actually starting in preschool and it's only getting worse as the kids get older, so I like it that you guys are even reaching out to middle schoolers these days. Yeah, we've had two conferences for middle school kids up at the Reagan ranch we're having another one this weekend at the Ronald Reagan boy at home. We'll be having another one in June at our office as a virginian participating in Mount Vernon to learn more about George Washington, the founder of our country and obviously the first American president, but we're going to take even further. We're going to not only help middle school students but eventually even have materials for the parents of fourth and 5th graders because you're right they're starting younger and younger and younger. And we're going to counter it, we've got to do that not only at younger ages, but be even better. We're pleased we're the number one conservative youth organization. For example, when it comes to YouTube, that's the number one way this generation gets their information. We just surpassed 1 million subscribers at the beginning of this year. We had over a quarter of a billion billion with a B, quarter of a billion viewers out there in our videos and social media, just this first quarter, that's the way we do an end round around traditional media corporate media outlets around classrooms around union bosses and left wing professors. We've got to be on campus and in the classroom, but also on their devices in ways that young people are paying attention in college and high school and middle school and younger
AP News Radio
1 dead, hundreds flee wildfire in South Korean seaside city
"A wildfire fueled by strong winds has burned parts of a seaside city on South Korea's eastern coast, killing at least one person and forcing hundreds to flee before being slowed by rain. It took 8 hours in nearly 3000 firefighters to put out the blaze that started on a mountain in a central part of Gangnam, and destroyed around 70 homes and other buildings more than 550 people evacuated to facilities that included an ice skating arena and a middle school gym, the Korea forest services, firefighters eventually extinguished the blaze in the late afternoon, helped by rain. Photos show firefighters spraying water toward burning homes and buildings and large orange flames engulfing a pine forest near a seaside resort hotel. I'm Charles De Ledesma
AP News Radio
High court: Trans girl can run girls track in West Virginia
"The Supreme Court says a transgender girl can run girls track in West Virginia. The Supreme Court will allow a 12 year old transgender girl in West Virginia to continue competing on her girl's sports teams in middle school while a lawsuit over a state band continues. The justices refused to disturb an appeals court order. They made it possible for Becky pepper Jackson to continue playing on her school's track and cross country teams, justices, Samuel Alito and clarence Thomas, would have allowed West Virginia to enforce its law against the girl. I'm Shelley Adler
The Officer Tatum Show
Have We Lost Our Value?
"I just, you know, I had to make choices when I was a young man. I was getting peer pressured into having sex before marriage and as a young man. I'm talking about middle school. My parents kept my man with my parents at work, man. I was trying to do all kinds of stuff. But I had to make the decision to say, you know what, I really ain't, I really need to avoid doing that. I really need to avoid getting in trouble. That's to me, that's no difference than you saying. I'm gay and I need to avoid living that lifestyle. 'cause it really is not conducive for what I want to do in life. It's added to my mental illness. It's added to my perversion. I need to not do that. And I don't know why people somehow think you should have a an advanced exception for somebody who's gay versus some straight person that struggles with seeing. Everybody, you know, they're seeing that cover up multitude of different perspectives. And all of a sudden, if somebody is challenging a person is saying, look, you should not live a homosexual lifestyle. Somehow you become a bigot. But if you tell a straight person, hey, you shouldn't be having sex out of wedlock. They don't have a term for that. They would never criticize you, they'll never say anything to you. But if you somehow cross the line to go to the LGBTQ side, somehow it's the end of the world if you have something to say about it. You know, I just, I'm incredibly frustrated. This whole thing is just bringing the light. The stupidity that goes on in our country. Now I'm going to make this assumption and I think most people are probably normal. I'm hoping to God most people are normal. I have not experienced a lot of people. I think most people are normal. A lot of people are dumb. at least this is how I feel. Now, God may see you a different way. But I think a lot of people, they're like empty chairs, they literally just exist. They have no value. This is how I see it. Maybe I'm wrong.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Nashville Shooter Sent Texts to Friend Prior to Killing 6 at School
"America, America's heart is hurting. Here we go again with another school shooting, a Christian school in Nashville, the school shooter. It was just revealed moments ago, sent a friend, a chilling suicide note, minutes before slaughtering three little 9 year old angels and three wonderful educators, the 28 year old killer, sent a text message to her former middle school basketball teammate on Instagram, minutes before the shooting, said here's what the shooter wrote basically that post I made on here about you. That was basically a suicide note. I'm planning to die today. This is not a joke. You'll probably hear about me on the news after I die. This is my last goodbye. I love you. See you again in another life. The other person replied you have so much more life to live, I pray God keeps and covers you. And then the killer responded, I know, but I don't want to live. I'm so sorry. I'm not trying to upset you or get attention. I just need to die. I wanted to tell you first because you are the most beautiful person I've ever seen and known all my life. And then that monster proceeded to walk into this school, shooting out the glass doors, which of course contradicted an early report that once again, there was a door left open. There wasn't a door left open.
The Eric Metaxas Show
James Tour and Eric Discuss the 'Primordial Soup Model'
"I ended up writing my book is atheism dead is because when we had that conversation about the origin of life, I was so astonished, I thought nobody talks about this. So let's talk about this. In the restaurant in Houston, New York. No, no, no. This is when we were with my former friend Elizabeth Blake Moore. You started explaining to me because I think all of us in high school were forced. It was on the test. It was always on the test. How did life begin? So what is the standard model since 1952 when people say, you know, to high school students, the costumes, how life began? What do they say? It's not only the standard model high school students, the standard model to college students and standard model to graduate students. It's in all of their textbooks. And from middle school through graduate school. And it is the primordial soup model. There is a pond. There's a body of water, and there are molecules in that body of water. There are some lightning strikes, and the molecules start coming together, and then they assemble into cells. Those cells start coming together, and you get little creatures that start swimming around in that pond. And then those creatures end up coming out of the pond and start populating the earth. That's the primordial model. That's what's taught.
Gov. Glenn Youngkin Has More Work to Do in Virginia
"We're in music class in one of the schools They had a special flag I think it was an LGBTQ+ flag plus the Black Panther fist in the middle of the flag In the music room and then later at a concert I believe And also dispute in another school involving a transitioning young person middle school And the school district and the school told the parents of a little girl that your little girl either goes to the same bathroom as that individual who's a biological boy or they go into an independent quote unquote Bathroom that allows boys and girls Now this is in public school rich In loudoun county Virginia Then I saw an interview of the governor Glenn youngkin he's let breadcrumbs everywhere suggesting he wants to run for president Governor young can you have a lot more work to do here in Virginia my brother
The Eric Metaxas Show
Kids Are So Receptive to Truth
"What is so cool? The good news. That I think is hopeful. Every day, literally 7 days a week. We I and my staff that I never planned to build an organization, but when you get a couple of hundred emails a day, you've got to start hiring people. Kids are so receptive to not only biblical truth, but truth about America. And I'm in front of middle school and high school and college kids that are so enthused about the lord Jesus, so enthused about the United States of America. And I want to say to people, you know, we need to have honest, hard conversations about the ideological battles that we're in the crosshairs of and we certainly are. But let me say to moms and dads, you have more sway and say into the heart of your child than you realize. Let me say to pastors and youth pastors, I plead. I beg of you. Please give your parishioners, especially young people, truth about morality, culture, politics, America. Because see, Eric, pastors and I've passed through two churches, I understand the fine line of diplomacy pastors think they have to walk. Pastored a church in Charlotte, pastored a small church in rural North Carolina, but listen to this. Augustine, in city of God. He said, look, until we're in the city of God, we have an obligation to the city of man. See, pastors, they're like very pious. They're like, oh, Alex, I hear you on the radio, and come to my church, but don't talk about politics, just the love of God.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Bruce Elliot: 23 Baltimore Schools Report Zero Math Proficiency
"I'm doing well and welcome to the show. We've been following this crazy story out of Baltimore and folks, Bruce is one of the top radio host in America, co hosting the morning drive, Casey and Elliott on talk radio 6 80, which is our great affiliate there. Bruce's story about Baltimore county and math proficiency. What's going on there? Well, it's both what we're city and boulevard county, Todd, that the kids are not testing too great to put a very politely story on WBS TV here locally, a couple of days ago, said that 23 schools were checked. Ten high schools, 8 elementary schools, three middle schools are 2000 students took the amount of test and various grade levels and zero students tested proficient in math. These are three schools where zero zero proficiency of these schools for incarcerated youth. We hope that you are for students with disabilities. But those are special schools. The 23 schools that they checked in this particular survey indicated with one or two students at the outside proficient in math and most of the schools had no one proficient in math at their grade level. This is a pretty grim number. And the bulls are counting numbers turned out we just want to say. So something is not working well here.
The Dan Bongino Show
Kyle Seraphin: The FBI Features Educated, Not Smart, People
"How does it make it through the inevitable multiple bureaucratic change of a federal law enforcement agency you want to hire all too familiar with How does it and how does not one single person go this memo saying we should target people in church I don't think we can do that I've heard of it once or twice like the First Amendment or anything I mean the FBI you gotta be pretty smart to get in there You need a degree three years of work experience super competitive job How did this happen Well you've got to be educated I don't know if you got to be smart So we should be good point Good point Folks he just summed up the stupid smart people problem I'm sorry go ahead This is exactly a thing that you and I talked about on the first podcast the first time we sat down As an intelligence agency you got a bunch of people that are stupid smart people That's where they are All right they're educated but they're not necessarily street smart And in my article that I wrote I actually mentioned the fact that the person who wrote this obviously had very high sounding rhetoric and very low experience with human beings particularly people who went to the Latin mass Now I grew up learning Latin and 5th grade and 6th grade I went all the way through high school I went to a cistercian school when I was in middle school I went to Jesuit Catholic high schools when I was in going through high school So you talk about the sort of the people that go to Latin masses They're not white supremacists I don't know if you've ever been around people like me Who they are right It just tells you that you have a low experience with human beings in the world and you probably never went and drove down to one of these Latin masses But Intel analysts are indoor dogs That's what they do They're not like you and me they're not outdoor dogs that are out there meeting human beings and shaking hands and handing out business cards and investigating crimes So they're out there trying to pick the winner and loser in this And the loser is supposed to be people who don't like their position on abortion And their position is obviously much more ideological driven than it ought to be in a place like this
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Dems Play the Race Card for 'Offensive' School Lunches
"New York, the middle school there. Cafeteria, kicking off black history month, and they served the children, chicken and waffles, and a delicious, refreshing watermelon themed dessert. And then all you know what brokers. The principle a guy by the name of David Johnson said he was horrified, and he apologized for the cultural insensitivity displayed by Aramark. That's the food provider. Aramark said the timing of the menu was unfortunate, and the lunch ladies were supposed to serve something else. Now, I just want to say, I don't know what the food is like at nyack middle school, but if it's anything like the food, we were served at hope peace Sullivan elementary school in south haven, Mississippi. It was not good. Except for pizza day when you got that big, big slab of square pizza. That was a good day. The rest of the day is not so much. And I suspect the children would rather feast on chicken and waffles instead of, I don't know, mystery meat and the vegetable medley. Never could handle the vegetable mentally with the peas and the square carrots, very disgusting. So we don't know who complained, but apparently parents and students were horribly offended and triggered by the chicken and waffles. But here's the thing, nobody's ever been able to explain to me. What is racially offensive about chicken and waffles? What is racially insensitive about watermelon? And I would love for someone out there to call into this program and explain to me what is racially offensive about things like cornbread and collard greens and sweet potato pie and fried chicken and watermelon. Why are those dishes now considered to be racially offensive or in some cases racist?
"middle school high school" Discussed on WTOP
"Gun violence in the city, it's not something we could tolerate, but especially when it's this close, to an elementary school, a middle school high school. Particularly on WTO P news, police are reviewing video and looking for a better description of the car the shooter left the scene in. Ukraine has been requesting them, however, President Biden says he is not considering sending F-16 fighter jets to Ukraine. Ukrainian leaders say the aircraft would provide cover for the armored fighting vehicles that the U.S. and Germany have pledged to send the president was asked about it on The White House south lawn yesterday last week, deputy national security adviser John finer told MSNBC the U.S. would discuss fighter jets very carefully with Ukraine and allies, French president Emmanuel Macron is meeting with the Ukrainian defense minister in Paris today just yesterday Macron said his country has not ruled out sending warplanes to Ukraine, as long as certain conditions are met. The White House says it will officially end the national emergency related to the pandemic in a matter of months. It's been in effect for nearly three years, but President Biden says the emergency declarations addressing COVID-19 will be allowed to sunset in May. They've enabled the government to provide many Americans with COVID tests, treatments and vaccines at no charge, but that would change, meaning your medical insurance would instead cover them. Your CBS medical contributor, doctor David agus. Just like the flu is where it's covered by your insurance company and you get it at a regular cadence that vaccine in the fall. And the therapy is like pax Lola will be there. But again, diagnosis covered by your insurance company. So very different than provided for free from the federal government. The federal coronavirus response would be restructured to treat the virus as an endemic threat to public health that can be managed through agencies normal authorities. It had a long run as the nation's biggest selling drug, but beginning today, humira will have to contend with a near identical version ending two decades of patent protection that helped AbbVie earn more than $135 billion in U.S. sales, AbbVie had fought for years to protect its arthritis therapy, but after settlements were reached with several competitors, AbbVie can't hold off rivals any longer. The competition should eventually drive down prices and save health insurers billions, employers and health plans have been looking forward to this day because a year's supply of humira now lists for about $90,000. Coming up after traffic and weather. The congressional battle over federal spending keeps cranking up. What could it mean for you on Capitol Hill? I'm Mitchell Miller, 9
"middle school high school" Discussed on WTOP
"Travel to and from school. This is D.C. police fourth district commander Carlos Herod. Are you talking about gun violence in the city? It's not something we could tolerate, but especially when it's this close to an elementary school of middle school high school where our children got to go around crime scene tape to get home, we can't accept it and we can't tolerate it. The man was off duty when the shooting happened, police say the shooter fled the scene in a car, several schools in the area were on lockdown as this was unfolding this afternoon. The man is in critical condition tonight. Life in prison is the sentence for a man convicted in a deadly shooting at Tacoma park last year, 21 year old Abraham Douglas of D.C. sentenced this afternoon in Montgomery county circuit court, the shooting happened in April, but they say they found a 23 year old Tacoma park man who had been shot right by the park Richie apartment complex, Douglas was convicted of first degree murder in burglary in that shooting. Hate crimes on the rise of Montgomery county, more than $800,000 now is being put to use to reverse that trend. Today, county leaders announced the 91 nonprofits that will get the money. It'll help those organizations boost on site security. In the last four years, our school have experienced tremendous increase of hate. Ellie looked at her pre-K through 6th grade aleph bet montessori school had two visitors at the last open house, screaming anti semitic messages. She says she's also found items like saws and knives left around campus in North Bethesda. Obviously those haters want to make our school unsafe for children. And that's why they did it. And so we had to institute a walk around the school just to find those elements. There are not supposed to be in a school property. The grant director says more than half of the organizations receiving part of an $800,000 grant have either been targeted or are at risk of a hate crime. In Rockville Megan cloher, a WTO P news. Marilyn governor Wes Moore is showing his commitment to combating climate change, the governor says Maryland will participate in the U.S. climate alliance, committing to a more than $500 million investment in protecting Maryland's environment. By joining the alliance, governor Moore is committing to achieving the Paris agreement's goal of keeping temperature increases below 1.5°C, and reducing collective net greenhouse gas emissions by at least 26 to 28% by 2025 and other goals. A big story in Virginia and involves the rights of transgender students, a bill is moving forward that would require public school kids who are transgender to play on teams based on their biological sex. The purpose of House Bill 1387 is to protect our girls and young women from being forced to compete against biological males. Republican delegate Karen green hall's bill would require students trying out for any level school team to have a doctor indicate the students biological sex. I'd like to know why this is an issue of urgency. I lean filler corn of fairfax county. We have had transgender youth living in the Commonwealth. There's been no takeover of women's sports. If one girl loses her chance to win, that's enough. The bill passed in subcommittee and will be heard again on Wednesday. The law can stain double you TLP news. Yet another local government banning the popular social media and video sharing app TikTok, the Baltimore sun reporting Baltimore employees will be banned from using the app on city networks and devices. It's all because of security concerns with that app, which is owned by ByteDance and as ties to the Chinese government. The federal government and several state governments have already instituted similar bans. The Bannon Baltimore will take effect on February the 15th. 1107 now in Washington, we will check traffic in the forecast coming out
"middle school high school" Discussed on WTOP
"Program that was created to help ensure that kids are safe as they travel to and from school. This is D.C. police fourth district commander, Carlos harad. Anytime we have gun violence in the city, it's not something we could tolerate, but especially when it's this close to an elementary school of middle school high school, where our children got to go around crime scene tape to get home, we can't accept it on can tolerate it. The name was off duty when the shooting happened, police say the shooter fled the car, fled the scene in a car, several schools in the area were on lockdown as this was unfolding this afternoon. The man tonight is in critical condition. Two kids and two adults are in the hospital after being hit by a car in prince George's county. It happened about 7 o'clock this morning as the four were walking at the intersection of buck lodge in Riggs roads in el Delphi. County police say the driver stayed at the scene. One of the adults hit was an employee of Cherokee lane elementary school, one adult in critical condition tonight, the two kids and the other adult are in stable condition. Are one of our big stories tonight that we've been following all day is transgender students in Virginia schools a bill is moving forward that will require public school kids who are transgender to play on teams based on their biological sex. The purpose of House Bill 1387 is to protect our girls and young women from being forced to compete against biological males. Republican delegate Karen Gwen hall's bill would require students trying out for any level school team to have a doctor indicate the students biological sex. I'd like to know why this is an issue of urgency. Eileen filler corn of fairfax county. We have had transgender youth living in the Commonwealth. There's been no takeover of women's sports. If one girl loses her chance to win, that's enough. The bill passed in subcommittee and will be heard again on Wednesday. Hate crimes are on the rise of Montgomery county now more than $800,000 is being put to use to reverse that trend. Today, county leaders announced the 91 profits that will get the money. It will help those organizations boost onsite security. In the last four years, our school have experienced tremendous increase of hate. Ellie looked at her pre-K through 6th grade aleph bet montessori school had two visitors at the last open house, screaming anti semitic messages. She says she's also found items like saws and knives left around campus in North Bethesda. Obviously those haters want to make our school unsafe for children. And that's why they did it. And so we had to institute a walk around the school just to find those elements. There are not supposed to be in a school property. The grant director says more than half of the organizations receiving part of an $800,000 grant have either been targeted or are at risk of a hate crime. In Rockville Megan cloer a WTO news. Marilyn governor Wes Moore is showing his commitment to combating climate change, the governor says Marilyn will participate in the U.S. climate alliance, committing to more than $500 million investment in protecting Maryland's environment by joining the alliance governor Moore is committing to achieving the Paris agreement's goal of keeping temperature increase below 1.5°C and reducing collective net greenhouse emissions by at least 26 to 28% by 2025 and other goals. Coming up after traffic and weather on WTO, if you take the train between Washington and New York, your trip could get faster in the near future
The Dan Bongino Show
Kyle Seraphin: Intel Officials Leave for Tech, Keep Ties to Agencies
"You and I were both feds We saw it from the inside One of the things I noticed and you kind of segue nicely into my next is going to be Twitter and Tucker Carlson segment on Twitter hiring all these former Intel community people that it's not it doesn't have to be some kind of formal cigar smoking man from the X files you know back alley meeting to coordinate Kyle You and I both know this Retired guys they'll keep contact with active guys in the bureau the CIA and elsewhere And it can be as little as a guy inside of Twitter is now retired from the bureau where the CIA or whatever calling up his former buddy and saying hey you're never going to believe what they're talking about over here We got to look at some DMs and this guy's politicians talking to that guy and all of a sudden it starts making its way through the FBI This stuff happens in the real world These people are on the human and that's why we need these controls built into this A 100% I mean you look at somebody like baker who is kind of jumped up in the mentions and people are worried about him I mean he first went to the Jim Bakker He first started with the DoJ in 1990 you know I was in middle school And he first got his Intel job where he was doing the office of intelligence policy This is all post open-source stuff But 1996 I'm in high school at that point And so my whole adult life this guy was working for the DoJ and working with the FBI and doing these kind of things But that's all he knows too 30 years is a long time to spend at federal service So their reputation is intrinsically tied to the reputation of the government agencies and moreover all their contacts and all the networks they work through That's who they're talking to That's who their buddies are with two small exceptions I think two years out of that 30 he worked in private industry and then rolled into Twitter conveniently in June of 2020 just to put a hundred Biden laptop story He's in a great spot to be able to do whatever it is that his buddies are asking him And nobody has to ask twice because that's what the rep is tied to It's a 100% who they are at that point
AP News Radio
10 Los Angeles middle schoolers treated for suspected overdoses
"To know if cannabis edibles were behind the overdoses of several LA students, I'm Lisa dwyer. Ten Los Angeles students appear to have overdosed on edible cannabis products at their middle school in the San Fernando valley. The Los Angeles fire department says the students between 13 and 14 years old experienced mild to moderate distress at the van nuys middle school, fire department captain Eric Scott says the overdoses were possibly from edible cannabis products and investigators want to know if it all came from the same source. That would be a possibility that there was all from the same bunch, but that has to be conclusively determined. The important information here is that this is not fentanyl related
Kinda Funny Games Daily
"middle school high school" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"Think about the amount of platforms it's on. That number is so astronomical compared to any video game sales number that we're ever talking about. We talk about some of the biggest successes of all time. Things like Mario kart, right? Which is how many that thing is sold. And that's in which I'm a 40 million. And that is one of the most crazy, success stories ever. 165 million. It's still going to keep rising. Guess what, next year, we're going to check in. It's going to be even higher. We're so Greg. Sorry, Tim, I'm so used to hosting McGregor forgive me. Let me ask you this, Tim. What's behind that number? What is it about GTA 5 that has put up? A number that. Obviously, we all know it's a great game, right? Everyone loves GTA 5. But there's a bunch of great games there. What is it about this one that has put it so astronomically beyond every other game in terms of sales? I mean, I think it's the online, right? They really achieved the dream that we all had. I remember being a middle school high school aged kid during the trilogy from GTA three Vice City and San Andreas. And that was an annual event where it was like the equivalent to the hype going into endgame, one of those type of marvel movies in the 2020s. Had the same type of effect back then when it was just the new GTA release. Like, three set the world on fire. It changed video games. And then every year, it's like, what are we going to get? And when they followed up with my CD followed up with San Andreas, and then the hype leading into four, there was that moment where things shifted from being on the PS two and Xbox and GameCube era to the next gen of 360 PS3, which was really when online gaming kind of found its foothold. Like, sure, halo two and all that kind of ushered it in with Xbox Live on the first Xbox generation. But Call of Duty Modern Warfare really revolutionized and normalized that when you're talking about video games, there is a high percentage you're talking about playing an online first person shooter with your Friends, right? And I think that it was during that era that we were starting to get GTA four and people were talking like, can you imagine a GTA online? Can you imagine just being in this sandbox world that was revolutionized on the PS two era with GTA three? But with your Friends, it's not just you single player running around in a tank, blowing things up. It's you and your friends doing it together. And GTA 5 kind of knocked it out of the park when it came to just the single player portion of the game. It launched with online that didn't really work and everyone's kind of like, all right, well, that was a fail. And then after a year, they fixed all those problems and then just kept doubling down tripling down, adding more game modes and GTL 9 is just kind of expanded to be way wilder than my imagination back playing San Andreas of what GT online could have ever been. That's why the success is there is they achieved the dream. It's crazy because it's not like GTA online is without its problems, right? It's had issues like people complain about the load times of typically bad. There is a lot there is a lot of toxicity, particularly on the PC side, you've got hackers, you have all kinds of other problems. It's not, it's not without its problems. And yet, there's so much to do, right? It is this incredible sandbox. And rockstar is supported. It's such an incredible degree. There's still recently there was that big story DLC. They just keep building out and building out and building out that experience. It's amazing. What I'm hoping is as we go into GTA 6 and the next evolution of GTA online is that rockstar can push the online experience closer to what is being done in the mod community with the role playing servers, the no pixel stuff where people are fully voicing their characters, they're fully inhabiting that world. They're building their own social structures and ecosystems and it really is becoming almost more like a Second Life, almost like a metaverse type experience where Los Angeles is just a backdrop for you to do anything you want to do. I would love to see the game become like more immersive and take it to that next level. But clearly what they're doing right now is working for them. Again, people complain and bitch and moan about rockstar and GTA online all the time. Sometimes with a lot of validity and the load times and some of the toxicity, there's issues there. And yet the clearly you look at the numbers at the game is put up over the years. Yes, the rereleases or the game is now straddled basically what three different generations, right? GTA 5 was originally a PS3 and a 360 game. We're now in the PS5 Series X generation and it just rereleased again and they just get a rebooted GTA online again. So it still is fresh as it ever was. There is something about there's some secret sauce there that, again, talk about, okay, 35, 40 million for Mario kart animal crossing, these games are putting out astronomical numbers, but it's not like GTA 5 is just a little bit above those. It's like orders of magnitude above those. So there is something they tapped into something. That has taken this to a completely other level. And of course, it bodes very well for GTA 6 and where they go next because they're building off of such a phenomenally strong foundation. I think the only game that has the potential I think it will take years to do it. Again, it took three generations to get to these kind of numbers. But the only game that has, I think, the potential to take that crown from GTA 5 over the next ten, 15 years will be GTA 6. Yeah, and I think that that is not a silly thing to say. I mean, it's wild to think that next year is going to be a decade of GTA 5. That is. So get ready for that anniversary, special rerelease edition as well. Exactly. Yeah, let's get pump up those numbers. But, you know, speaking of just the success of rockstar where it's not just Grand Theft Auto, right?.
"middle school high school" Discussed on Solvable
"It's very, very visible when you go to events. When we're at home and we're doing our thing, it's fine, but we're going to go out and interact with people and when we're at gaming events. It's painfully obvious and that's sort of helps me what helps me is draw parallels with my childhood where I grew up in the Middle East and I was very, very aware of being a girl and I was constantly told I shouldn't do this or shouldn't do that, or I couldn't do this or that. And what has really helped me in the last almost a decade is the really strong community and sisterhood that we do have with the 20% of women that we do. And that's kind of what we're building at girls make games when these kids come in. They see each other year after year. We have very high retention nearly 70 to 80%, retention rate, so kids once they sign up, they keep coming back. These are people that are going to be part of their journeys and they'll keep in touch and they'll go to college and eventually get jobs and that's really the best thing you can hope for because nobody can make it on their own. We all need to support system and if it doesn't exist, we gotta create it for ourselves. So with the 70 to 80% retention rate, how are new people getting into this camp? It seems like the spots are going to seem a little competitive here. How do you get new people? So the nice thing about our camps is that every year, once we have our registrations, and we can kind of show up to our partners, which is basically the whole games industry and say, hey, here are the kids who want to make games. Can you support us? And they've always said yes. So it really, we have room for everyone. And we, while we charge tuition, we also offer a 100% scholarships. So cost has never been an issue if your family can't afford it. We will offer up to 100% financial aid. Leila, there are billions of gamers about 2.8 billion, 45% are women. I play a lot of games online, and I know it can be a rough space. I mean, there's racism, misogyny, it's all over the place. How do you approach solving that? And how do you help other women stay hopeful that it will be solved eventually? When young women kind of come to terms with hate, this is probably going to be a rough career path for me or hey, is this even going to be possible for me because people don't want me here or something. It's really a matter of time because when we end up, like I said, building that community and we have enough numbers, it's just going to go down. With online communities, I mean, this problem exists outside of gaming to online anonymity is just it's just what it is. It's ugly. But at the same time, if you can kind of create an alternate space. So I will never believe that the world is going to be a perfect place for anyone. I think as long as we've humans, we're going to have cruelty, we're going to have. We're going to have evil. Let's just put it up that. But creating alternate spaces. And I think that's where we need to make our investments. We need to be able to combat that with saying, hey, this sucks, but you have this other option that's great. A lot of women play mobile games, not playing online or on consoles. And they don't identify as gamers. They'll just say, oh yeah, I play on my apps. You know, I don't really play games. I play apps. And I'm like, that's the same thing. Yeah. So how do we solve people being mean to people? It's a really hard problem. Do you think that the solution is having an alternate safe space? Do you think that's a viable long-term solution? As a black person I know. Yeah, let's make this safe space somewhere, but it doesn't actually get to the root of the problem, which is that there's inherently misogyny here. Both in the creating of the games and then in the playing of the game. Yeah. Yeah, and so that's the thing that we have to think about when we implement those safe spaces. As a 35 year old woman, do I need a safe space now? I feel like I don't because I needed it ten, 15 years ago when I was much younger and I really was a vulnerable and I needed that support and I needed to feel confident in the choices that I was making. Now that I've made those choices and I've done well with them, I feel like I can walk into any room and make any conversation happen. If you go back and study how all girls schools influence confidence in girls, why does that work at the middle school high school age? And why does it not really matter if you have a whole workplace full of women? You know, it doesn't really work at that. So you really have to implement it when it's needed. So early in your career early in your teens, when you're not sure of who you are and if you should be making the choices or the decisions or if you have, if you have the right knowledge or even the potential to succeed somewhere. That's where you need the support. It's funny, because as you were talking, I was thinking two things. One, what you're describing is a greenhouse, which is a great idea. Yeah, exactly. Before you take the plants out, and then the second thing is, as soon as you said that I started to think about all of my friends who went to HBCUs and the ways in which they view themselves as black people in the world versus people like myself and others who went to PWI who have a quite different experience. I think there's some truth in what you're saying. Can you tell me what does this look like when it's solved for you? In 5 to ten years looking ahead, how would you want this problem to look? If I could talk to a young girl about gaming and ask her, would you consider working in games and her answer is not because I think video games are for boys or because I don't know any of the girls who play games or any of those things. If it's really because I'm not interested because I want to do X, I want to do this other thing that I'm more interested in. The self selection that happens because of the environment. I think that's a problem that we need to solve. We don't have to worry about people not choosing gaming because they're not interested in it. We have to worry about people not choosing gaming because of fear or because of negative stereotypes or because they just have these misconceptions about it. So as long as we can tackle those things, as long as people have real choice, they're choosing because they want X or white. And they're not leaning one way or the other because if their environment, I think that would be what I would consider a success. And in that case, girls.
Chasing Poker Greatness
"middle school high school" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"Do all the right things and it just doesn't matter. Yeah. And with poker too, you could do all the right things over the period of time and nothing goes your way. And that's when it's just tough to stay mentally focused because you feel like, you know, the decks are after you. You know, you get that bad mode deal going. I'm superstitious too, right? So I'll do certain things like change my shirt or take my hat off and especially before I got into the CPG community. I was one of those coca players. I'm like, I just don't run good. I'm just not one of those lucky players and I think that's one of the things that I really appreciated working with you in the courses and CPG communities just understanding that variance is a real thing and, you know, depending on your sample size, you know, sometimes things don't go your way, but over time, if you're making the right positive EV decision, you know, you're gonna make money off those decisions in the world. Yeah, that's the other side of the coin, right? Like not only can you do all the right things and it go poorly, you can do all the wrong things and it go well for a period of time too, which is just disorienting. Tell me about being superstitious. I didn't know this about you. Where does that come from you know what's funny is actually came from middle school high school and actually came up until I played college sports and I really knowing what talking about fundamentals like not really knowing what you call it smart work, what it was to work smart, right? Whether it was working on your craft daily, putting in the effort, putting in the practice to become competent and mastery of skill set. I think growing up because I was naturally gifted enough, I didn't necessarily always have to practice as hard to be good and then you never had a bad game or so forth. I wasn't relying going back to working on the technique in the fundamentals. It was more like, oh man, you know, tie my shoe on the wrong days. You know, I put my put on a different shirt. So I was relying on things that I guess I would I would take failure and put it on things I couldn't control and that's where the superstition came from and then I guess growing up, you realize that you just have to put it in the effort to get better at your craft. And when things don't go your way, we're going to need more so when you face adversity, that's when you have to fall back on the fundamentals even working on when I didn't listen to have that foundation I was using superstition as an excuse. And when did when did you learn that lesson about superstition? I'm assuming that college ball is probably a lot different than high school ball. Yeah. Yeah. It's definitely an adjustment. I mean the speed of the game. Play D three, which house is not the same level as the V one. But what I've noticed like the skill set is the same as just the size and strength of the I believe different. But when I came in as a freshman, I didn't play, and I just wasn't, you know, the difference is like, when you're recruited, the coaches are always your best friend, telling you how great you are. This and that. When you're on the team, you know, if you're not playing, you don't get a lot of communication with the head coach a lot of times. You know, it's very it's always kind of going through the assistant coaches. So there's just a level of not feeling the same way you did before and not feeling appreciated and wanted. You got to earn your you got to earn your key. And that's really the difference from being a kid in high school to college becoming an adult. You had to really, you know, you had to kind of take your lumps in order to improve you had to work at it. You know, so I started going to the gym early before practice. Seeing after practice, working on my skills, the jump shot, and then over time, which took a couple of months, then you started to see, you know, your skill set become better and then the code just starts to trust you a little more and then you start the current and playing time. But so where did that desire to show up early before practice come from? Was it just you wanted to play? Like you knew that if you, if you didn't do that, you probably weren't going to play as much as you wanted to. So you had a lot of incentive to show up early. I would say that it came from just like I think one thing I've wondered about myself, I'm just highly highly determined. I just don't necessarily even picture myself feeling it at something. Which is funny, the struggle with poker, where am I playing? That's probably the one Booker and golf and two things that I have had, you know, I have struggled and have failed and that challenge is figuring out how to become better. But I think it was just, I just didn't want to be that guy not playing, right? So I just determined to become successful and I just kind of knew that I had to do something different. And I had to do something that I had to work harder than the other people on the team to put myself in the position of play. And I think that's kind of where it came from. Makes sense. Makes sense. So you graduate college and where did you find poker? Like at what point in your life did you discover poker? Yeah, so it's funny because I worked in high school work that a golf course person ever played poker was the summer after graduating high school and I was working a job, I was working in the food and beverage department of a private golf club. And I got lucky a neighbor of mine. Their daughter referred me into this golf club. But it's a very property Jones golf club, which is in Lincoln as Virginia. It's definitely a prestigious golf course. They've had a few PGA events there and just for context, like when Michael Jordan was the president of the Washington Wizards, he was a member at Robert and Joe's golf club. So it's one of those one of those type of gloves. I was working in as basically a waiter in the restaurants. And you got paid good money. So this is back in 99, 2000. No, this is in 2001. And I remember it was making $11 an hour as a kid going into college, so at that time it was a lot of good money. So you didn't get tips, tips were not allowed, but every once in a while, they had these bigger parties. And so when he did get tamp, like you're getting, you know, you're getting a scene of every once in a while, right? So it was like getting the summer and having this huge member party and their members are getting drunk and so forth. And again, generous or giving us tips. I think all of us had maybe two to $300 of tips, because there's maybe 5 or 6 of us and someone said you guys want to play poker after at the end of the night. I didn't know how to play. So I'm getting a crash course on what beats what. And I remember the game lasted ten minutes. Not knowing how to play, but I gotta deal aces two times in a row. So the first hand, I remember I wanna decent pilot, 300 bucks. I couldn't believe it. And then the second, the second hand was really after that. The zolder guy was a bartender, kind of blow me off aces after the flop. I remember that. And before I knew it, there was like another $500 in the pot. I take it down. So I got like $800 in front of me, which is the most cash I've ever had, probably seen in my life..
The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"middle school high school" Discussed on The Unmistakable Creative Podcast
"I grew up in apartments my whole life too so i was very much into the idea of a quintessential american life and i didn't have that and on top of that. I i'm indian. I'm brown so i was just like moving around just was another like no matter where i moved that sense of isolation followed me and when i moved to india We actually moved to india because my mother got a divorce from her second husband and we really felt like we just needed to escape. We needed to get away. And that's when we moved in with my grandparents and that was i remember the first day of school they had. I went to a k through twelve school. And which is very different than americans school which is like elementary middle school high school and i remember being so small i was nine and seeing all these big kids around me and i freaked out like i've gone from being this kid who loved school being the kid like clinging to their mothers clothes and screaming in front of everyone else like a very easy going child and i took a complete one eighty and i remember saying. Please make me go there. Please don't make me go in there and What i went in there my life my life changed and the way i saw myself also changed forever. I really i think. That's when a lot of like self-doubt anxiety started to form in my life And then when i when i turned fourteen my mother got remarried and for the third time in the last time. Maybe who knows but my stepdad is an amazing human being And he was living in memphis at the time. So that's what. We moved from. India to memphis and and i was in chennai india which is in the south of and memphis was really interesting because i while in india i really just missed america like i missed the comfort of america and i say that because you know india's very different there's a lot of people the government is just like work so differently You know the way communities. Form is just so different to than in america. And i constantly felt like i was everyone was watching each other and i would watch all these high school. Tv shows again. You know that kind. Of reminder of the quintessential american life. That i didn't have and i would always. Oh i can't wait to go back to america. So i can like go to high school and have a locker and have a boyfriend and like all these like very arbitrary things that i associated with like normal but when i moved back to the states like i went to a school that was like eighty five percent black i had never seen. Tv show with characters that were like all black. So it's like what i thought was. America had completely shifted into like this again. Another cultural shock of like. Wow this is america's very different than what i had in my head This is another side of it. That i wasn't seeing and going to school in memphis taught me. I mean that was one. I think i also started really solidifying. Like who i was as an american but then also like my place in the indian community because the indian american community i was in was very much like model minority. Like all of our kids like all the parents were like. All our kids are gonna go to ivy league. Schools are going to play to. And i was like i..
Further Together the ORAU Podcast
"middle school high school" Discussed on Further Together the ORAU Podcast
"So let's take a step back because your work is pretty specialized. How does one get from you. Know say middle school high school. Maybe someone with an interest in science to becoming in evaluation specialists might my path through the stem workforce development pipeline was I always loved. Science in offing. Stem have been fascinated growing up in the in the country next to a state park. I was very enamored with nature and So so those kinds of all the science classes are things that stood out to me. I ended up being president of my math and science club in high school when it continued to have those interests. But but i had so many many interests. I didn't know what i wanted to do. I went into college Undecided major and took a little bit of all kinds of sciences astronomy oceanography and But i what i found is. I loved all of the social sciences. The most and took a hit anthropology and sociology but ultimately settled on psychology. 'cause i'm fascinated with human behavior and so i got my bachelor's in psychology general psychology and then decided that i really liked all areas of psychology. So very much like. I wasn't science. It was very hard for me to narrow it down so i did a master's degree in psychology. After that so that. I'd have a little bit more time to figure out what branch of psychology i wanted to ultimately specialize in and i was thinking clinical would be the way i'd go but i ultimately discovered through Some of my research experiences in graduate school program evaluation. I didn't i always thought that everything psychology had to be either experimental or clinical and. I did not realize that. There's this whole other side of things where i could do. Program evaluation it uses all the measurement and data collection methods. That i was familiar with. And so i applied to a doctoral program in applied experimental psychology. And i did a year there then. My adviser took a job at university of tennessee. And you know when you're grad student. You follow the funding. So i came to transfer as doctoral student after my first year into their educational psychology in counseling department in educational psychology in research Phd program focusing on evaluation and assessment and ultimately. That's what i got my doctorate in I had been focusing on evaluating the variety of public health programs and stem related education programs..
The Long and The Short Of It
"middle school high school" Discussed on The Long and The Short Of It
"So this is in calabasas california. This is where he grew up. That's correct yes. Did i say it. Right calabasas yes which is pretty. I don't know if i should say famous or infamous at this point for being the home of the kardashians. But when i was growing up there it was a much more normal place. So yeah like. I'm curious about that. What was it like at school. What was it. Like growing up in calabasas. What was it like growing up in his place. That i've never heard of never being to in los angeles california. Tell me about well for some context. The closest city that people really know is malibu. I mean obviously los angeles but shares a border with malibu. So people know malibu. We are mountains. Malibu and growing up there. It was a wonderful place to grow up. It was very safe very intellectually stimulating. Incredible schools great kids and it was also very berry homogeneous. It was very white very jewish berry middle upper middle class not a lot of diversity. It was interesting in that. I really really really felt. I belonged in that space but it was very shocking for me to learn that jewish wasn't the majority of religion states which honestly i did not learn until i was like going to college. Yeah that's wild or didn't understand. I guess because of your lived experience which makes total sense and so what were you like at school other than doing dances. That were disqualified for being too good. What would you lock at junior school. Middle school high school. I've actually been thinking about this a lot. Recently because of a book. I read called social chemistry by marissa king and talks about the different kinds of social networks. That people build and i realized that based on her framework kind of social network. I have as an adult is very similar to the kind that i created for myself as a kid. I had friends in all the different. Social groups Even though i was a theater kid. I loved doing the musicals and i was a dancer. And all that had friends who were cheerleaders. My high school boyfriend was on the football team. I had friends who on debate. My best friend in high school was a concert pianist. I mean there are just so many different kinds of people. It's just interesting to me. Because you know the stereotype. Is that when you're in high school. You're in a click and you're in a group of people who are all kind of just vibe ing exactly like you and that was just not. My experience was an equal opportunity friend. What's wild to hear from my perspective to having only known known you for four years..
The Coachable Podcast
"middle school high school" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast
"It takes courage to. I think to go there within yourself and a lot of emotional maturity to acknowledge You know your your role in that dynamic especially as a twenty year old guy. I mean most twenty-three-year-old guys. That i i knew when i was that age weren't participating in this type of discussion with other people much less themselves was. Where do you feel like you picked up your ability to be introspective in self like reflective. Is that something. That's been a while. Yeah i think it's been with me for a long. I mean. I remember even when i was nine years old city in my room alone really thinking about like existence and like i. It's it's interesting. But i will say that everyone i believe has the capacity for that thought and some people get lost in. I know when i was younger i would get so lost and sort of existential thought that i would feel very heavy most of the time you know. I lost the lightness of life. And that really dragged me down. Either through sport or throw academics. You know but i really. I think have my family to thank you for for all they are and are they all they. Aren't you know they have healthy. Qualities unhealthy qualities Grandfather grandmother mother. They really encouraged me to keep looking for answers. You know raised very religious catholic. But then i left that faith when i was i kind of got into middle school high school because i kept questioning it and they were they. Were really open to me. Reading books about buddhism or taoism or you know The koran or like any sort of religious texas. Because i was like searching for sort of more meaning you know and just christianity alone wasn't providing for me and so i was like humans have had all these things throughout yawns. We used to believe in multiple gods. We used to believe in no gaza. We were gods and then we just kept looking at all these things..
The BBQ Central Show
"middle school high school" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Is it widely. You and people aren't talking. I don't know if i knew that there was an m. s. g. alternative that acted and did more or less the same. There's a lot more. He's like hydrolysed proteins in yeast extracts all like hydrolysed colin proteins. That old just flavorful ingredients. So it's it's other ways to boost your mommy and just general sort of flavors And i mean sold in a similar way in that it opens your taste receptors to be able to to be enhanced flavor so i plus g does that to most good fajitas seasonings will have some kind of msg in them but you know it is important to a lot of people to have that sort of cleaner label so we went with an alternative point. Is i've been really excited about it. Everyone received i know you have to. I don't know if you had a chance to cook with it. Yes everybody has had phenomenal feedback. Which is really exciting. Because there's something quite special about sharing. Like hey i really like this and i want you to try it and then someone else going. Ooh i really like it too. You know it's it's very gratifying. So i'm not a huge at home mexican food maker and i am going to. Maybe not share everything. I do from a mexican thing for fear of ungodly backlogged. But look where i'm grown up at. I mean upstate. New york by and large moved to cleveland Middle school high school years. And i mean. Cleveland not necessarily known as the mexican food hotbed as many people will attest to that. Of course. so like for instance you sign it to me and then i think the next couple of days we browns some ground beef and where we would typically break out the el paso talk. Oh kids let the crunchy taco shell. Slander occur and the emails command. Nothing wrong with that i said. Hey after this. Let's go ahead and try this stuff and so we just kinda seasoned to taste and it was so there was some familiar things going on with it but then there were upgrades in the taste as well and it was a much easier process as well. We used some decent ground beef. And everybody but i love the way you described it. I like that it's like it's got the full leather interior. It's got the electric sunroof you know. It's got the dropdown running boards. And that's what you wanted to rob seasoning. You want the upgrades. And i just wanna make sure that i'm using it. So there i mean what have we come to realize about rupp's they might be made with some intent however it is widely recommended that you let that freak flag fly when it comes to trying it on other stuff like what else have you tried it on. That might be a little outside of the box. That works usually. I'm all for that. In this case you did exactly what i intended which is get rid of that foil. Packet taco seasoning and use this instead some of the times those can be quite old and we know that spices lose a lot of their pungency and also a as with anything. we do. Use more expensive spices and you can taste the difference. So i used a lot on asada. Just which is a fancy way of saying. Put it on some good steaks and then grill them and then cut them into small pieces and put them in a taco your choice crispy soft doesn't matter you're right to taco and giradi choose and Fajitas and tacos would be the main thing. I think you can do really easy dips especially if we come into. Tell the gate season so like a cream cheese and sour cream with some of the tex-mex and you've got a taco dip essentially. You could throw some ground beef in their you wanted to. I just saw up a recipe for a case. Oh that that includes it as well. Which is that beautiful tex-mex cheese dip so but broke the internet furious. That one for this one's better because it's got tex-mex isn't it we've had discussions before about how cognisant you are of the brand that you won't just release stuff to release it and certainly I'm not breaking any news by saying this isn't the only text may seasoning. That's out on the market. So as you're looking at all the other stuff that would be technically competing just because it might have a similar branding or name. How do you differentiate yours from the rest. That's another great question. Obviously they pay you the big bucks for a reason but they so they do so. It's interesting because i started this thinking. Oh i'm just gonna have one or two and that's it because this is what i want to put out that. Want to put something quite different out there. And i do stand by all the seasonings being very unique but what happens. Is you know hot. Accountable has its own dedicated following and including me at home. And it's like well i. Why am i using these another brand. Like an old el paso for for a fajita makes or a taco makes even stuff that are brought him for mexico. When i should be using my own. Can i make it. Can i make it tastes better so what. We've been pivoting to do what i've tried to do. Now is like i said with this tex-mex is i use this. Can i do a version of it. That's going to be better than what's out there. Now because i know that how carnival fans will also have coal for it too. So that's sort of how we're moving forward now with with the new fibres. Are you familiar with the mexican. Dish called shourie poile. I'm not but i guess. I have to play this song. Because i spent story. I apologize for Many mexico tomorrow. I tell you that. No oh okay. I'm not gonna say oh by the way happy anniversary. Thank you how many how many years is one to to to. But if you learned being over two years. I'm not gonna win. Every is that what you went into thinking. You were gonna win every argument. Because i'm usually very convincing yes Where are you going in mexico. Like some place. You've been before autumn. Not asking you to give the specific place. But is there someplace you've done before or are you branching out. No so i'm going to oaxaca. And i'm i'm very excited about it because this is pot of sort of what feeds me as a as a cook and and just lover of food so i'm going to explore new flavors and just be inspired and eat at the markets and take lots of pepys melges incomes so tori polio is of course you could surmise the chicken part of it. But it's also as you might be able to surmise theresa sauce. And it's santa. Put those together so and then it served it dish side of the mexican rice side of the beans and got you know where i'm at. They only give you three of the soft tortillas wrapped in aluminum foil. I don't know why it's three. They give you enough for at least double that then. I gotta look like a fat f. When i say can i have airtime more please in there but it's delicious but when i was originally bringing this up to sam the cooking guy who lives in san diego and boy. Do you really think that they're mexican food experts over there because they're so close to tijuana. I said i mentioned this. He's like chore polio. Any less golfed at me. And he said no self-respecting mexican restaurant would ever serve that in fact they're laughing at you in the back when you order it because it's not even a real thing.
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"middle school high school" Discussed on The Model Health Show
"So again. These are very foundational tenants. And when you talk more about this in a moment but i wanna also reiterate the fact that these very vital tenants of health and human performance are not getting attention that the thing that is the most important thing that is the most important is not getting attention in these major media outlets that are keeping inundated with or do you think that's an accident as the most important thing not getting any attention them inundating public with fear and anxiety and being funded by the way billions of dollars every year. The pharmaceutical industries funding our major media. Networks mean conflict of interests at minimum nefarious. In it's truest sense of the word for my perspective because again this is not about education. This is not about service. What they're doing is entertainment. It's not the news anymore. it's not news. It's it's it's scripted entertainment. Now they're getting more spicy personalities to do the entertainment report and talk about nothing except things for you to be afraid of right. It's taken honestly. The news now is just take it from the sports center. Model there sportscenter with lake crime and death is is using. They got the they got. The you know the the social degreasers constantly facing off against each other shot to the outsiders. Right anybody read that in middle school high school. I'm talking about a. It's all about the fight. Twenty four seven you versus them in a battle to the death. Don't let them take control. Asti and control. We got you. But they're not talking about the things that are most important so in his conversation about the immune system for example your immune cells your t lymphocytes neutrophils b. cells. Your natural killer cells. The list goes on and on. So incredible hyper intelligent amazing amazing immune system that we have our immune cells are literally made from blue. It's made from food whispering in your ear right now. So you really hear me. Your immune system is made from booed. How important is.
Chasing Poker Greatness
"middle school high school" Discussed on Chasing Poker Greatness
"I just wasn't quite talented enough. That i didn't quite work record enough to like. Make up the gap But i really think. Like if i would have just committed more time to getting better i could have probably made the jump but i just wasn't naturally taunted enough and i got to distracted and college dump me your tell me about. How did it feel when that you know your dream of soccer died and then what things look like after that it was it was it was like an identity crisis for sure i mean for. I played since. I was this long as i can remember by three or four. I've been a student athlete. For as long as i can remember through middle school high school college and then all of a sudden there's it was done they felt i felt like by you know whole identity at dislike him crashing down on me and i'd no idea what i wanted to do so i. This was a graduated. If you wanna go pro you grab you try to graduate number because the mls drops in march and so it allows you to finish your degree then still play whereas if you graduate in. May you have to leave a semester early. The like you're out window make up the semester. Later so i graduated december. A was traveling around in his combines trying to grow and i didn't get drafted didn't sign now living. My parents come april and it was just like what the hell do i do. You know i. I was pretty lost and At the time. I was playing poker. And so i just kind of fuel like all of that negative energy into just like play the grinding. Like trying to figure out something you know as i was definitely a mess for a while there but i just tried to like channel that that energy into you know something else because i didn't have to train anymore you know i'd i'd spent infinite hours practicing soccer..
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"middle school high school" Discussed on Digital Conversations with Billy Bateman
"Evil village So a lot of the key words that we talked to you know in in business is just so different from what the high volume keepers. People are searching for So it was just interesting so with that. I am also resident meaning like inpatient resident or not necessarily a resident of multifamily building. And that's where we were looking to to target you know so. We switched our strategy from resident to tenant because when i put in tenant that was more so of condo condo tenants how to you know how to make tenants happy How to communicate attendant so it's just like that was the line and and again is just like breaking those assumptions and i mean. Are you familiar with resident evil. I don't even know what that is. Actually i'm i'm the age that Resident evil was like a pretty big video. Game back when i was probably. I wanna say middle school high school. My friends played resident evil. I remember saddam game by remember right And then i actually spent some time in commercial real estate. So i know a real estate speak is. It's china it's not resident. You know So that would make sense to mass for. Let's say yes so. Commercial real estate as tenants but then for residential is it. What is it you know. Do you call your. I think it all depends on where where you are but for the big family. It's it's generally they talk about them as tenants at least internally you know when the manager through talking so yeah no thank you for that insight like i love. I love hearing that with your background you know. I didn't realize that you had a background in that too so that that's really cool. I think when i was a kid i was more like mario kart. And mortal kombat sneak. Playing on. nai brother wasn't around. I actually we had mortal combat. When i was really young. Funny story is my mom did not want us to have that game. I bought it from at school in the play at recess owes like Again scrammed body from the business. Yeah and then we. We hit it from. My mom would only play when she was gone We had a younger brother. Who's about seven years younger than me..
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"middle school high school" Discussed on Thyme 4 Tea with Mikita
"So you can go from beginner to expert in three months. Welcome christina johnson. Thank you for having his pleasure. It is a pleasure for you to be here with me because that's a huge topic on stark marketing strategy. Something i think when it relates to self care women forget that finances are so important and to we get ready to retire. We don't have anything they're true. Yes so share your story. Tell us about your program in everything that you do okay. Well i'm just a little bit about me. And i would tell. Try not to bore you guys. But i am probably just like many people out there on. I started off as a just a regular in visual having dreaming ago. I never was just kind of simple minded that the threat of my life if you will has always been faith and just self geology. Such as State staying true to myself as i can In just having faith among that being said i've lived in a very small town why won't say very small but a small town. We're the resources That you and i now know about as adults. I had no clue. My parents had no these resources. Nine essential resources and that nature was just not abundant in. It was really just scarce in our area so that being said going to middle school high school. I was just normal unbe by the time i did enter college rule how far behind i was actually. How much on financial literacy did not have as with my other counterparts. They did because they learnt that when they was in high school. They learn how to how to budget whale how to utilize the stock market to benefit and pay for their own education. They learn how to utilize stocks to have a stock now for example facebook imagine given facebook back then do now being adult so good. These were tools that they have readily available to the My counterparts in college. I did not and so just coming in as a young ago with blinders on. Try to take him off..
"middle school high school" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"And In academia, whether it's middle school, high school or whatever. Is, um It is. I don't even know what to call it an absurd, but it's also denying the reality that race doesn't matter. In in this society. I think that one of the things that George Floyd's murder Highlighted was the reality of white supremacy globally. And that for us to act as if race does not matter in this society and globally and forced to not teach. About race and in our classrooms is to deny Our history. And once again to perpetrate. This is live on miss of the melting pot. This idea. He's rhetoric of America that liberty and justice for all those banks s. So I think that that that is certainly part of this discussion, And I think that Certainly that that George Flood murder as highlighted, and emphasized fact that race is is the central element and it should be taught the realities of race and the discrepancies of race have to be taught. In our schools. All right. Thank you very much for your comments. When you have a guest talk about. I also want to just point out that this is actually we're going to continue our discussion here this hour, talking a little bit about how to talk with kids about race with another guest in a few minutes, But I'd love to hear Thoughts of both of our guests right now about this, Dr Henderson. Our friends. The cholera is absolutely right. As you see, it's not by coincidence that all over the country state legislators are trying to pass field That's a big school from teaching race. About racism in this country. That's deliberate. We understand what that means when people understand what is behind all of these issues and American policing in American culture in general, and we have to understand that the police Are an expression of American culture and when they express violence is an expression of a culture that attempt to denigrate individuals who may not be a part of the majority persuasion. Racist central to these conversations, and we cannot reform police and we could not move this country forward until we understand the role of race in America. Brandon. Absolutely agree The fact that HP 39 79, which is a bill that would deny the ability of critical race theory and raised to be a central conversation within our education system has passed here in Texas. Is once again indicative of people not seeing the whole problem. How can you say that? You want to, um memorialize and honor the life of George Floyd with not without having the conversation of race. Means something that can happen within our education system. It once again contribute to the devaluation of black people by not talking about how race have been constructed in this country and how it has definitely had a central impact. Indian equities that we see being pervasive and continuing to be pervasive within our country and our society. And as I said, we're going to dig in a little more on that in just a few minutes. Dr Henderson, How would you characterize the significance? Of the outcome of the show Vin trial, was it Was it A Ah landmark moment. Was it just a moment, Was it Ah, small step along the way towards something larger or, in the end, not much at all. I think it was an important sentinel event. It marks a point in time was we were able to see for the first time in her life. A police officer convicted of murder on I think that's important because society need to be able to see police officers held responsible and accountable for misconduct. Very important. Brandon, if it is that one very important landmark, but just one what is the next one? The next one is that we continue to see police being held accountable that we see police officers holding each other accountable and also that we start to see police talking about how are they going to Increase accountability measures and rebuilding that public trust. Dr Henderson in terms of that accountability, and this is something that was talking with Serena Tate and pastor right about a little bit earlier. Would it be fair to say that may be the single biggest shift that has started to move? This all forward is video evidence? How has The fact that we are seeing was some of these incidents happening sometimes as they're happening. How does that change the dialog surrounding racial injustice and police reform, among other things? It's huge. You think about George floors being The case. In which we were able to see for one of our first time's almost in real time. And individual die unnecessarily right way, likely quake doors floor with the Emmett till of the 21st century, and people were able to see that a person was dying at the hands of police unnecessarily. I think it's important for us to see that you take the city of Houston. The mayor has now it's friendship. Body camera footage will be released in 30 days. That's huge. I think the community needs to be able to see what's happening with their dollars and I think that's a move in the right direction. Brandon. One other thing I wanted to make sure we we touched on was the impact of the pandemic. Do you think racial disparities that came to light in terms of The impact the pandemic has had here in Houston across the country has that played a role in how our conversation about racial justice may be changing, or at least should it? It definitely has had an impact. And the reason is because we've all been Forced to kind of stop the normal operations of life. It brought light even more than equities that we have because no one had the ability to look away. As professor Anderson mentioned the fact that we have footage makes it harder for people to look away in a way that they could look away back in those years of Emma till and too many black people who have been lynched because there wasn't that kind of documented. Footage of what was going on, even though we had photos, but people could look away from those explanations. Now, With this pandemic, people cannot look away that there are structural and systemic issues that Disproportionately impact like people. Reminder of the town square will offer you another chance to share your thoughts and observations about what's happened in the years since George Floyd's murder earning the noose will host that discussion today at three o'clock on news, 88 7..
"middle school high school" Discussed on KOMO
"Brian Calvert colonias. We should find out sometime this week who the next group of people will be to receive the Koven 19 vaccine in Washington. Right now, the state is busily vaccinating health care workers and people who live and work in long term care facilities. School districts across the state are making plans to return more students to classrooms this month and next, But very few are talking about older students Middle School high school Como's Carleen Johnson talked today with the state superintendent Chris Raped all the Auburn school District hosts a board work session this evening on its reopening plans. The public is welcome via a zoom link. But like most districts, that plan is not expected to include older students in middle and high school. Hell these For now, kids are much more like adults in terms of their mobility, their likelihood Transmitted and get it s O. They want us to start with elementary kids, And then when we do, it's successful our posturings keep building. State Superintendent Chris Ragdoll is encouraging District's to host athletics outdoors when possible and says guidance from the state is not a band aid each district can evaluate for themselves when they'll bring back more students. He says. He's well aware jeans. They're anxious to get back and grades and emotional health are suffering. In the meantime, I need to be around each other, and they need to do it safely. But we gotta keep pressing. Carleen Johnson, Come on, is someone whose time 12 04. It's time for an update on coming traffic from the Newman Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Marina Rocking chair. Well, Good afternoon, Taylor in Tukwila, North out I five itself Center. We do have the right lane blocked. We have stopped no traffic. From one 88th to that scene now because it's been dumping rain. We have quite a bit of standing water in many areas, some flooding and others in fact, West Snoqualmie River Road between 24th and told Hill Road is closed right now due to water over the roadway. We also have there was the temporary temporary re opening of one lane of state Route two of three between Stillwater Hill Road. Northeast 88th on bear is going to be a detour sign in that area as well. You're next. Come on. Traffic.