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"mike kid" Discussed on Shades of Strong? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

Shades of Strong? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

07:29 min | Last month

"mike kid" Discussed on Shades of Strong? | Shifting the Strong Black Woman Narrative

"All right guys we are back with day twenty four on keeping unmasking at une hiding. You are rocket with sherline. Natty on the shades of strong podcasts where we are working to dismantle the miss and the stereotype of the strong black woman by creating safe and sacred space for black women to on cape unmasking on high so that they can be ever shade or straw that feels rights for another simply means that we define what strong looks like for us. Wayland nevada felt that the how we get down here in the last two episodes. We talked about mary. Jane cake up about her math and we talked about her tonight. Though ninety dollars today would be a good day. The talk about how all that stuff shows up in iowa or or how it's shown by you got all right well year invokes. Its natty going. I i think i said a few things about the whole kryptonite thing yesterday and about having these little light bulb moments about. Oh yeah there have been times where i've behaved that way. Such such some worth. But i will talk a little bit about how the perfectionist thing has shown up in my life because that was pretty much my mass for yikes mo- most of my life. I'm sad to say. I know that we still live in a climate for the most part where perfectionism is seen as a strength and not at as a virtue virtue. I do not see it that way. If you've listened to previous episodes or episode in past seasons you already know that. Because i've already talked about that ny. So i'll just describe a little bit of how being a perfectionist ultimately hurt me caused me a lot of harm. It has everything to do with something mission yesterday. I think it has everything to do with having this unfair and unrealistic standard imposed on oneself. So i had very unfair. Maybe they weren't necessarily unrealistic in certain times but they were definitely very unfair standards. That i will say were imposed upon me and i will also say some of the my impose upon myself. I thought that in order to quote look good in all the different ways and be seen as worthy of fill in the blank. I had to meet these certain standards so for me that meant i had to be the ultimate good student. I had to make all as at all times if i competed anything to win. If i took any kind of tests that i had to a set everything had to be well. Excellent if not perfect excellent right in so the way that harmed me was this. I you know i'm a kid or a teenager or a young adult in there and i'm here and they're going to be times when that doesn't always happen and when they when those things didn't happen it would send me emotionally kind of into a tailspin internally at least not getting into a particular college that i thought i will get into that. I got another allergist. But there you know. I didn't get into every single one that i applied to and that was the thing that i was ashamed of for a long time. I didn't tell anyone but i was. I was shaming you. Do you see how twisted that is. Being a shame that you didn't get into some white man's institution really. I was really ashamed. And i felt like i wasn't smart enough. I wasn't a goodness student. I had worked hard enough all of the stuff in. I carry that around mentally for very long time. I almost came very close to fucking out of school my freshman year. I ended up being put on academic probation. Now i have i guess. Let's excuse those mentally in very very bad bad place To to sexual assault. But i still was very ashamed. That i was like. I've never done this bad academically in my entire life means i should be at the school. I'm not good enough. The phrase good enough ram through my head back and forth for years and years and years decades and i didn't know just how false a standard that was an just how harmful it was until i was close to forty years old so a lot just about everything that i was doing in life was to measure up to the standard. I got married the first time. Because i was and i thought i was going to be a single mom and i was fine with that but when my ex-husband proposed me i was like oh because he is doing that because he actually wants to marry me. We got married and i thought oh. We're gonna make this work and we're gonna have this perfect life. We're going to have this perfect marriage in this perfect kid in perfect everything. Mike kid wasn't even a year old before he left. And so i felt. I felt like a failure. I felt like oh my gosh disney failing at something else. This is major in it. Also means i'm still not good enough all of this stuff. By the time. I got married again. I was still doing the same thing. Let me try and be this good enough. Why the perfect wife is perfect. And i was failing at all of the things as suri says all of the things was failing all of them because mentally and emotionally. I wasn't okay. And i'd been carrying all at this stuff my whole life and i didn't. I had no clue so. I i just wasn't well enough mentally or emotionally to even attempt to measure up to the these these false standards. So yeah that stuff. That's all born of a perfectionist mindset and that is ultimately harmful and i know i can imagine there would be a lot of pushback on that notes dot janata professionals you. You'll do your thing have as you will get done. Yeah i got a ton of stuff done. I accomplished a lot of things. I haven't really talked a lot about the things that i have been able to accomplish on this podcast because first of all. Yeah i am proud of them. But i don't think that needs to be the measure of my worth as a person so i don't talk about those things as much doesn't mean that i'm not proud of them. It doesn't mean that. I'm not proud that i pulled myself out of stuff or i overcame stuff. I did and i understand the power of testimony. But i do not want to give the false idea that you're worth is based on the fact that you were able to do these things you were able to overcome this. You're able to. My worth is literally because i exist on planet earth in so as yours so being able to accomplish everything on your own meaning anyone's help ever being able to to see yourself right in all this because you're a perfectionist. That looks wonderful on paper. And that's gonna probably be inspiring to a lot of people on april. I think those people are in this boat of still trying to live their life up to a certain false standard. I will submit that to you. And i think it's ultimately harmful to you as it was to me mentally and emotionally so..

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"mike kid" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

Good Inside with Dr. Becky

04:07 min | 2 months ago

"mike kid" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky

"You have to listen or do i respond with kind of a boundary and maybe a redirection or stepping in on my child's behalf but before that there's also this fork in the road around assumption of intention negative intention right or positive rates so my assuming that my kid is purposely. Not listening trying to pull one over me doesn't respect me a ton of kind of negative assumptions or am. I assuming my kid is missing. Some skill overwhelmed with something else and doesn't hear me struggles to switch from one task to another struggles to inhibit in urge right. So tell me about that. Yeah so it's funny. One of our like cultural ladies in me cows holidays. Api assume positive intent but we struggle with. It's a. We struggled to embody. And i think also because of generational trauma is hard for people to see. There's no there's no of degree it's either fully understand. You don't understand right. And i think that often times the idea is can understand the words that you're using than they can understand the responsibility behind responding to and that's just not true right interesting. There's a real staying up here in the brain like in cognition. Mike kid knows what the word stop means. As an example my kid are knows what stop means. Yeah right it makes me think about all the time. I know what i need to exercise but like seems not to be working in my favor right. But there's a real you're saying there's a real focus on my kid understands the word cognitively so there should be a direct line into the corresponding behavior. Is that right. Yeah and i think that that can be perfectly summed up in adult vacation. The link win kids are seen as human. They're not seen as children are seen as adults right. Like even thinking about timmy. Arise how was he traveled. He was twelve eighteen. they thought he was eighteen. Right there's a study done on the perception of police officers on children in they Systematically jude black kids at least four years older than they actually were and saw white kids at an average of two years younger than what they actually were. And we've seen that be a reality in our lives. The people will be like. Oh how old is he like three and we're like he's not even two and there's this like i think intense. Skip this weird by. Oh my kids so smart like they like look how advanced they and like i have honestly had the opposite is that i want my kid to be right on par not behind. Not not in front. Because i don't want anyone else to think that they're older what they actually are. And i think that as much as i believe in the way that we're doing this This parenting reality is. I've still internalized in absorbed some of those beliefs because my automatic thinking is. You knew not to do that. We buy i told you try to. You knew exactly what i said. There's something i keep giving the benefit of the doubt like kids get the benefit the doubt but not you right because when you're a soon as you look older than ten you're not going to and so on preparing you for that and then what happens inside your own home inside. Your own home is you. Don't get the benefit of the doubt to prepare you for the world and so one of the things you learn around that when these various struggles you have our kind of assumed with negative intent..

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"mike kid" Discussed on The Latched Mama Podcast

The Latched Mama Podcast

05:30 min | 2 months ago

"mike kid" Discussed on The Latched Mama Podcast

"So i spent all this time like building up like a portfolio. And i'm just going to try and i applied to. Vcu art school and this is after henry was born. This is what this before. And i got in and i i got my acceptance letter. I was so excited. I'm like oh my gosh is. This is what i'm gonna do. I'm gonna. I'm gonna go. I'm going to act at the time i was like do peering bid art school thinking they're going to be like artists like what. What are. They think they're going to be like in terms of like i. Am you know there's a lot of different things. You can do When i went in. I was like okay. I'm just going to dream big. I'm going to be a disney animated. You like you shot for the for the moon and the sad thing is that like i literally got my acceptance letter and i think it was like two weeks later. I'm like i think i might be pregnant. I think that's great. It's so funny though. Because we're going to talk a little bit about that today. About how creativity ebbs and flows a little bit through pregnancy and early motherhood. Yeah and like. I don't know we can we. Can you finish your story though. Oh now then you had henry. Yeah then i had henry well like you know when i found out i was pregnant. I actually my husband was over the moon. But i cried because i'm like i can't go to art school now and you can totally go to art school. There's no reason why you can't go. And i went through for like the first semester and i remember being there and like you know you kind of get that feeling like this is not right like not like that it wasn't like wasn't cooling that i didn't learn a lot of stuff and i remember being like feeling like i know that if i do this i'm going to be like thirty thousand dollars in debt and i just had this feeling like man i i would hate to like in eighteen years. Have mike kid be like mom. I wanna go to art school and half bb. Like i can't afford to send you. Yeah so i actually ended up deciding not to go back. And i was heartbroken about it but Like my husband was always like this doesn't mean that you can't do art and if you change your mind like you can go back so was always encouraging about that. But i remember at the time just being like you know. I don't think this is the right time. So does yes. It is like an amazing amazing gift we got. I don't feel like you originally started you originally start doing art with us it's all such a blur. No it's funny. Like i i remember i found latch on facebook and it was that ad with One who it was almost like dr seuss address. She's like places. You can breastfeed and thinking it was really cute. And so. That's actually i found latch mama and i like bought like my first shirt. I think it was. I think i. I think the first time i bought was like world breastfeeding week. Henry was teeny tiny. He wasn't when i first started working here. It was six months old. How and he came with you. Yep henry yeah. He learned how to like crawl here. Started and i actually have a video. It popped up on my feet the other day..

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"mike kid" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

07:58 min | 3 months ago

"mike kid" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Of doing their song. That was the big in anytime you have fans. That's been hard earned money to come see you and you're going to tell i'm tired. I'll we don't wanna do that. Then you should leave it alone. I wanna do all my new stuff. you know they. They should leave. Get the business. I think too when we in the audience but you know i'll tell them them just attitude you have get out of business. People spend their hard earned money to cd songs. And you don't want to 'cause you tired them. yeah. I want to use the n. Word plea how of the groups that you guys have inspired especially the seventies onslaught of groups everyone from blue magic. Two boys demand dynamics periods sticking in the seventies but even even well new addition. Well yeah just think no no hang on because the thing is is that i feel like when it's twenty years down the line and it's someone young then you're more willing to accept like influenced them. How did you guys feel like with the onslaught of all the seventies groups that are based on you guys and i mean like all discos the choice for the champions and yeah enchantment right this all those groups that have the same breakdown. A falsetto guy guy. Did you guys feel a certain way or you know. Of course we took it as a compliment. And when you sit. I mean all the way today when i watch bruno mars when he he did the super bowl a couple of years ago i saw three important elements in his show. James row michael jackson the temptation now. He's here in the twenty first century so our influence reach from. Now all the way back then runs the gamut. And when i see somebody doing us as okay i. I like the coast. The temperatures influenced. You can't do take it as a compliment. You guys covered bruno the new record right. Yeah we did one of his own. Yeah uh-huh remember the time right. Yeah remember well remember the time. I tell you when i got the list. And they said oh. Pick out what you want to do for the new album. Mike kid invited me down to the studio when he was recording. Remember the time in him. And i were in His trail token and when they might be ready for you but him and i was sitting in his Talking about days of yo because anti will would bell back mind cause we were talking about. We're in chicago and Jesse jackson had operation push. Yeah and they hit the ten of us on stage so When i guess the girls oh they're getting ready to come off stage. All these women start coming to get on the stage so one of the security guys. What are we gonna do to protect these ten of them. Somebody say get a u-haul truck got a u. haul trump. They put the ten of us in there with security and pitch-black black but my accent whereas oldest. Where's otis somebody. Cut the light on after trump said mike mike. I'm right here. I never forget the look that he had in his eyes of love now you. He didn't ask spiders brothers. He didn't asked about other towns whereas over this. And i said i'm right here right and he looked up and down this little i-love-you looking at so but that was there at the taping of removing the time. So when i saw that. I sell now. We gotta do remember to him because he gave me that kind of remembrance so cool In your in your entire catalogue If you could just what what to you is your three personal quintessential favorites imitations catalog right out the gate my girl so even though you performed it every day of your life. Yeah and that's you that one I'd say proud to be 'cause number about that track to my house because we all lived in detroit. And i said man. The trackers to you know so Anti proud would be second one. I'm a big fan. I could go than three but You could only pick just my imagine nation. Okay what one under the radar song. That i was gonna ask. That never really made it. Like a favorite of yours. That didn't make like when you think that deserves a second look. That didn't get a shot the first now. This is one. I i really enjoy listening at. And it was the guy that worked at motown named steve mckeever and no beats yes. Yeah oh yeah. He said owners. That elevate is as i said really. I said i've always is this. I work at thirty rockets. Hr office well lady. She passed a forensic psychologist and her. And i were talking and she said oh does have you ever heard of the term elevate is i said hell no. I never heard of that and she said well. If you are working in the blue collar field at a young lady walked by now maybe you show. Oh excuse me and continue. She can go to the human resources. Hr yes wow. So we're we're not alone. No there was something that we just made them. What made me really say okay. You're not the only one oprah ahead on forensic psychologist on our show. And after the same. She's a no. I've never i said. I don't feel like buddha fooling in over a ago and i said you know what cathy. I'm alright a song call. Elevate is and Young lady wrote made tex. She said odors. You need to do something with it. Elevate is so. That would be one that. I really and it would kind of be apropos with what's happening with the metoo day because this song tells about how you really should you. You can see ya later. But you don't trespass you just let she looks nice. And what have you peripheral uh-huh but you have to watch that but that one. I told her. I'm gonna steal work that out and find somebody to do it cause lyrics and the track as tight. Now's the time that is my last question. How come you didn't sing more. You know what prominently on the lead. Quest your point because i was the lead singer had when we were the distance Costa billy maya valet. He went on the internet and found Open your heart and today was another song that i did but my thinking was when we got to motown and You know 'cause there wasn't like I couldn't sang lead on. Say i don't care who is saying long as we make this money and it wasn't like wait bro. You getting paid move. 'cause she's saying a oh hell no. I want to say so. It wasn't that guy that everybody got the same. I was wondering about us me. No no everybody got the same pay. But then that's weird because since you are founding member then so melvin regardless if the new guy whatever we all the same where and but tom bell. We did a album with tom. Bail and he recorded and i was just home Tom stopped he said. You don't want. I should be record as a really what you said he said..

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"mike kid" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind

The Alchemical Mind

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"mike kid" Discussed on The Alchemical Mind

"That no object can be both in actual motion potential motion at the same time one precedes the other. He also various stupidly observes that nothing can move itself now. This is when you can begin to see how logic works because you can easily say well. That's not true at all right. If i'm sitting down and i decide to get up. There's nothing forcing me to get up. Right maybe i was a child in sitting in bed watching youtube which my kids love to do of course and i go into the room and say hey get off of youtube. You need to go do the dishes than very. Obviously the observation is. I'm the one causing mike kid to get out of bed and go into motion to perform the task. You say i'm an adult. Nobody's forcing me to do anything. I do whatever i want whenever i want. Hopefully maybe or so you think. And if i want to sit and watch. Tv do nothing else. And all of a sudden. I decide to get up. Nobody's making me get up. There's no actor in acting on me. Their will forcing me to get up. I just decided to get up but of course if you have an understanding of how these things work you know. That's not the case at all because there has to be something enacting for you to turn potential into motion as could be that. Maybe you need to go to the bathroom. So you get up to go to the bathroom or maybe you feel like you decided that you wanted to get up to prove to be that there was no actor to do it but see than on itself. My actions are acting on you to go from potential motion into actual motion. And if we look at this even physiologically there's something going on because you just don't get up and all of a sudden you're standing. There's things going into motion. That caused another thing to go into motion for you to get up..

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"mike kid" Discussed on Snarf Talk

Snarf Talk

02:51 min | 4 months ago

"mike kid" Discussed on Snarf Talk

"I trees dot com runs on amazon really Jeffrey bay he's ots. We used to run on rack. Space sounds like a real racket underground market that you got in a back alley anyway. You want some more. It hasn't stopped the video interrupting. I don't know why. I there's nothing i can do about it. Sorry i don't know maybe it's facebook again. It's a to ray street. It could be their servers chest supporting. Hey look over and try to. I guess could do that. That's a good idea. Let me do that Continue all right vic says Vehicle fix it. Mike kid has been in school for three weeks. Already know mask. I love phoenix schools. But we they were. They've been in school for three weeks. Already it's crazy. It's like july. That's early july. yeah. I don't understand july anyway. I mean we're on august fifth right now. Unfortunately that isn't going to be the case here. So that's not going to be the case here anyway. Bad batch renewed season two coming. Okay apparently disney likey. What it c- lackey. What it sees. I did grow to like bad batch towards the end of the first season. I wasn't crazy about it as someone the other animated star wars stuff but i felt like it was a solid offering. I have not watched. I have not watched more than three episodes so far but it will. It will launch in two thousand twenty two. It'll be back should it. Do you feel like. I should watch the rest of it. I think there's enough that is going to relate to future star wars Movies and tv shows that. I think it would be a good idea again. They're kind of doing the thing where this is going to be ties in tie-ins yeah exactly and there's a lot of easter eggs. So yeah it's it's probably worth the watch for a star wars fan. Would i tell the outside world. That isn't necessarily star wars fan to come in on this now. Okay that makes sense. It didn't catch my attention. The first couple two to three episodes right the third episode. I do remember enjoying a lot better than the first two. But again i just kind of forgot about it and there were so many other things for me to watch. I didn't go back. But now maybe i should We are doing the same thing on youtube. But i don't feel like it says severe but it is way behind where we are at right now. Yeah but i think you could get a better viewing.

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"mike kid" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

07:45 min | 4 months ago

"mike kid" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"I it takes about a minute before you Decided this this is a really. This is a really great guy. And he's a major. Now is a major major now and the courts he Transition there that that unit transition from the c. One thirty one thirties to the c. Seventeen which is a a big chain right and with the humanitarian angle on this year's Air bencher his unit does a lot of humanitarian worked. So it was a real no brainer to pick them to bring us some really interesting equipment. Aboard as part of that overall humanitarian mission of the air force had basically a hospital in a container. That was disease containment unit. Yeah say it again. I think it's an infectious disease containment unit. Okay in the middle of the you know the cargo area the c. seventeen and They they fly a variety of different missions. He described some of them. Some of them to us including You know helping a a baby girl that needed to need transportation on with her family for medical reasons and You know just a a great thing. You know i love it i i got the same kind of thing from the orbis Folks talking to them where where you know you see aviation being used for these wonderful humanitarian purposes. And you can just you can just feel it. In the way the people who are participating in that describe it and what it means to them to be able to provide things for helping other beeping sound like they could die. Happy right now absolutely. Yeah so. I think that that was a is a great theme for one of the themes for for for this year's event you know another thing that i really wasn't aware of was the museum here and a few days ago. We went to the to the ea museum which turns out. That's how big museum midst. It's of hard to I don't think you can see the whole thing in a day. You know if you really really look carefully but Really nice museum interesting aircraft. I think max needs a little more caffeine. So he can take some more in. This whole thing is great. I remember. I remember going on aviation museum when i was little and i remember this. You know this. Always had this envision of a spirit of saint louis on top of a table of lego perez. And i had that growing up and i had that growing up in. I'm like i'm pretty sure that was an oshkosh. But i don't remember but it was four years ago when i went over there museum. It's still there. There's there's the lego paris in the spirit of saint louis is right on top of it. I i walked up to that. And yeah this suspended over and it's sort of like a it's like a silhouette of a three d. of paris and my i was man somebody must spend days and days and days making these little boxes stacking them up to make buildings of sarasin. I look carefully tonight. Say those are legos. Yeah so yeah big surprise but They have some and they're expanding We heard about that this this morning. They're expanding the museum. adding Some some mike kid venture Kinds of things Some stem They're they're putting out. A number of simulate flight simulators. It's going to be a a two story building We got the male as Members asking for to fund it. And i read through. I read through the The information i go this is something for the a. I'm ready whip out my checkbook and support. This is this is the next step. this is great they Two story building first stories basically being a permanent pilot proficiency center for year round of allowing pilots come in and do what they do here in the pilot proficiency center and then upstairs being a kid venture year round and Going through and having stem rooms that are completely flexible to change the program to whatever their needs are for that day. And it's it's just another way as jack pelton would say to get our hoax in the young kids to get them to get them into where they wanna be all right well. I think we should start to wrap this up because We're getting close to start time of the event and we are in the middle of this C- of seats and we are becoming an island surrounded by the people who are here to not not be bothered by us. We ask florida you know. Save seats for us. For like the last two months and with asian podcast. So i think she is mission accomplished. Absolutely are we going to be able to Convince her shame jennifer to To say hello. Yeah we can share her. How you doing hello. I'm good how are you. How are you enjoying i saw. It's been amazing. It's been truly amazing. I knew it was going to be amazing. I mean you can't not know that it's going to be amazing listening to other people but it's kind of more amazing than that you can't you can't understand it until you've come here. They can't someone can try to explain it to you. And i know i've tried to explain it to dozens of people and they look at you and they nod and they're like so it's scenario show. Well they they have to come and see it. Yes so what's going on with you Aviation wise these days. What are you going to me well and still counting at the airport. I moved completely over to the receivable side which means all the billing that happens That's me so everything. From t hangars to cargo landing fees to turn fees to concession these. Are you name it. i'm on it so it's been challenging but you know it's interesting. I've learned a lot. Good ice noticed on twitter. You posted a photo of some ground support equipment. A big fan of the ground people here looking out for stairs trucks for me. Somebody located one where they unfortunately for them left the keys in it so once i leave here avi seeing if i can track that down but you finally were able to six to get a desk with a view of a ramp to my big accomplishment in the last year is I got a new desk. It's by the window. Looks out to the south airfield. So i can see the ramp. I see the runway can. Yes i can still get my work done a lot of question about whether i'd actually do anything once. They got the desk and he asked got the view. All right well. Let's just go around quickly and if you've got a podcast website twitter anything where people can can follow you. Find you harass you. I think the easiest for me is just on twitter at h. One one e one so it's eight the letters h letter. I the number one. So it's h. one e one on twitter. Got it okay. So i'm on instagram at space. Underscore davis in twitter is at space. Underscore underscored davis hi. It's tim you can find me easiest way. Right now is probably instagram. Rv six t a ass. A great as i build my profile on there and logan lynch you can find me on twitter and instagram at pilot. Logan lynch dispatched greg. I'm out on twitter at dx..

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"mike kid" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

Shut Up I Love It

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"mike kid" Discussed on Shut Up I Love It

"Who would genders Mike Kid? It's like. Well, who fucking knows like who cares like? So I could buy something pink or blue. I. Like Yellow Anyway More So. So I don I, it seems like a stupid kind of idea to begin with. But I can see how people who love weightings. Maybe they also love this like they love weddings and the love Bridal showers I feel like people super into that might fall into the category of like look how important I am Oh baby. It's just like to the small party of friends and you had to get together with friends. I remember like my my family cousins uncles aunts all that. We would always get together for holidays like Easter none of us went to church or anything, but we would just we like to do that because we liked being together. Family Joan. That's why you were like a stable person. Yes. But. Takes a village I can get it. I don't think necessarily interested in doing one myself but I'm not against it I. Think they're fine if you even do know a balloon full of. Blue Collar I think really the problem the line in the sand is these explosive devices that people have used. This is actually the second California fire. There was one last year from gender reveal party. There was last year I get out on my research people have been. Hurt by gender reveal bomb. Lady died right from your. You're going you don't need to go that big and I think we're in a culture now where especially with any social media it's like, Hey, I did a gender reveal jumping out of an airplane well now somebody like if you don't do jumping out of an airplane are bigger. You're nothing. Ford it. You WanNA match that or Do, you want to be memorable you WanNa, go viral with your gender reveal, and that's what's causing. I think some of these like explosion. So that's kind of my thoughts on it. I think the line in the sand is when they're deciding to be a so big that they're not thinking about the consequences. All that they're on the table. Now let's hear about. Yeah this little business. Yeah. What's this? And I. DO I do want to? I also. Important point I want to preface this by saying, it's I do subscribe to the belief that these gender reveal parties you know were imposing on this baby, a gender identity that might not be there because you know there's a difference between Saxon Gender and sexist what you're born with but the the the gender is what is true to the individual the these gender reveal parties is this gross imposition of an identity that might not match up and so two to that I say if we're GONNA start there. If we're GONNA start with let's. Let's go all the way. Let's ever GonNa, impose that double down and lean into it. So what I'm saying is, okay, let's start with gender. Let's start there and sell this baby. Here's here's what here's what you are. And then let's proceed what about Let's have a career reveal party. What you were going to be an accountant, you're going to work in an office park in diamond bar artist is. Still Right. There's all before birth. Off before birth and this is all there's balloons I have a whole system, a host of decorative system worked out. Lots of bombs. Okay I, we do on those get into like the these bombs but the concept I'm still like wrestling with an am intrigued by the. So what does it stop their career or what else? What other categories are we talking about that you get? Absolutely not does not stop at career it's going to proceed to marriage reveal. WE'RE GOING TO HAVE A. Marriage. ARRANGED MARRIAGE WITH ANOTHER Fetus so that you don't even you. That's two lives future lives you're extrapolating really. Correct. Yes. Both and I it all worked out of this whole board. You know and I some real cute clip art. I printed out on my dot Matrix Printer and I you know I cut out, clip it out and I've whole whole. Game Mass I. Think we all play mass. You know you're gonNA live in a man and you're gonna live in a shed or It's like that but for life and real unreal because I'm GonNa make sure it happens. I'm enforcing always some twist to your ideas to where I really am on board and then you kind of corkscrew. So I think what you just said it. Was Brilliant in terms of like a social commentary. I think it's a really funny social commentary of Oh gender reveals, Wall how the career reveals and then the spouse reveals and the death reveals are they going to die? But the fact that you're claiming it's real or pushing it as anything real is again where corkscrew out and gets crazy me and I see that you're you're maybe not coming from place of reality. But let's talk a little bit more about this idea. Well, yeah. Because could just interfere because I. I think that it's not the your them on just. Proposing this party, these parties you proposing specific. Way. Of Controlling the party's secondary, right? Yes. Methodology is the. Yeah, you're control like you're suggesting that the parents or society or family. Complete control this unborn or barely like just born individual. It's very aspirational but. It's a long game. Because I gotta stick around to see this through the you're GonNa Force to situations to happen. That's that's what you're doing. What exact 'cause that's the contract is that what I reveal will? Be Truth will happen and I I have to see to it and and like you said, you know we we go through all the steps that we go through the career certainly marriage reveal moving how home ownership reveal later on the children they will have reveal and their genders and absolutely death reveal Absolutely unseens easiest to convey for you maybe. Well. I do have an arsenal of weapons and murdered devices that. Will be implemented. When the time comes and you each child has a different life span. I mean somebody's look. I'm not I'm not a psychopath I'm not like some kind of you know some people will live very long very long wife some will not. Some. Will now. Go ahead, hush no I just like when we say. reveal. Of, Anything Party I imagine you just talking about like selfish people who have the means and thing there's all narcissistic. They just want to reveal anything like I reveal like what the diamond. Diamond on the Ruby in engagement ring, I'm going to reveal like like what's the day of my Enga-, whatever wedding or something like? Just, like kind of petty information putting out there and endangering the world by using explosives or whatever. But you're talking like Oh some completely different society like talking to me on about. Like some. Future. I oversee as the mastermind puppet master I have two big questions before we get into your methodology. Clients D. C. being able to take on. Let's say a year and what are you charging? Per Client or party I should say. GotTa, say the response has been overwhelming really overwhelming. Zero so far. LARGER WELL-MANNERED MONEY JAVER. I was overwhelmed and it wasn't negative. Because I was count because got a project as a as a business person as an entrepreneur. Projections. Thank you. I'M AN ENTREPRENEUR S. And some days when I'm feeling a little flirty. I come up an entrepreneur NASA. I. It's right I blame. Right before the violence shopping. Like zero sign ups I'm just kind just see what the break even is because I can't imagine you can even do that many or else your fulltime job. Becomes you know overseeing these situations. So how much would you charge per party? Let's say I wanted to sign up right now. So,.

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"mike kid" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"mike kid" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"I'm your host Dan Blewett I'm here remotely we've got an awesome yesterday and of for, of course, all enters my co-host i. Robert Stevens Future Mayor of Chicago is ear our bobby. I'm good. These last two guests are making me question my school background. Yes it's GonNa get even rougher today I think, and then our guest today Barton Smith. Professor from Utah State, university. Barton. How are you? I'm good. Thanks for having me. So if you're new door show, we a fun twitter threat after Al Nathan's episode, which was our previous episode. Barton were chatting a bunch read some of his work in the past about He works in aerodynamics and has a Canon where he's shooting baseball's out all day and testing spin and it's pretty fascinating stops. We were talking about the cutter and got done a pretty long rabbit hole decide. Let's talk about this on the show and I. Think one of the things that unites us is we don't really know what's going with cutters. They're fascinating `Nigma. So Barton, how did you get into baseball aerodynamics? it's funny 'cause it's comfort just this morning that Mike Kid Pitches she was about nine or ten in somebody's talking to him about two cm best balls. And I asked the question which you would think everybody knows the answer to the difference between the two seamen or team and a I've been chasing that stupid question ever. Since we fired A to seamen forcing him out fishing machine and I would encourage everybody to do this. If you have a pitching machine that's at consistent and you'll see that they do the exact same thing. There is no notation between them at all which that. Got Me started and. I've. Gone, back and forth about this many many times since then. But Just like I said, simple questions if think everybody knows the answer to that. You can really find a very deep. So let me talk about that because that kind of broke my brain right off the bat. You saying. Two seamers don't do anything different compared to a four seamers. Correct. Not If you put them in a pitching machine because I, I probably should have made this decision pitching machines are hundred percent efficient and. There's only two machines I know of in the world project on brand new machine coming out of Toronto, which I think everybody's going to hear about soon and I'll give it a shot into this guy's amazing. Sheen can put Giren ball and the Russian state has learned that can do that to. Our use it once. But the that's a very rare commodity anything wheels that you normally see an end, the cannon we have hundred efficient. So seems to the seem effects that cost to seamers to be different. I think happen when you impart a little bit gyro to the ball and when you throw a less than a perfect spinning fastball. So if you drilled a hole and spun a four seamer and you drill the same hole through two seamer, any through them, both they're gonNA go they're gonNa do the same thing. That's really interesting. So basically what we could say that is that two seamers essentially capitalizing on human error in in a good way is at a reasonable with. That is a good way to put it. But if you took that same error including four steam, it wouldn't have the same effect. Yeah. That's true. Yeah. We've. We talking about? Like if you hold it as a four seam griffin and you hold it as a Traditional to seem grip in and throw it in a vacuum. They'll neither one will do anything other than the state straight not vacuum that the the important point is that have here's my to seem all. That is perfectly efficient if I throw it so that this ride stays indicative timmy as it goes in a in a way for me read, t seem enforcing the same. Cuts gyro. Then all bets are off in a lot of things can happen. Okay. So there are so the pitches themselves are different pitches. When pitchers thrown I'm just trying to wrap my head around because I've seen some balls that I care unhittable. pitchers. And I'm trying to. You that what's happening is they do they had puts gyro on it and and and then it's doing something different. So and I think this is all about to become really apparent it's GonNa. Bust Open just telling Dan earlier. Tom. Tango put some data out on twitter this morning or last night late last night. Shows this for my us? and. So I think now that we know how to look at it's going to be really honest. And that's just starting. But the important point is that there was a caveat putting their load, the balls into a pitching machine, and they're going to be the same with that houses lacking into one hundred percent efficiency. Gyro and then the same. So let me back you up a little bit because you've already mentioned at least one word that I'm sure some percentage of my audience doesn't really know what that means which Gyro can you give us a brief overview imagine that I'm a twelve year old and bobbies in eight year old because I think that would represent our are split here. Too early for that Dan. explained the key the key components of what makes baseball's move or not move. Space to do it. So it refer. Now let's not worry about the orientation is seen, but that's not worry about that because those balls fans if if this ball is coming towards unite through it. That's a that's a fastball studying backwards. And that's going to generate force that way because what we come SPEC..

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"mike kid" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"mike kid" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"Quiet riot. Man. Just, give it to me. My father no got it. Then the man very family and aggressively says don't be stubborn. Give it to me. The next part of the story is a bit fuzzy. All remember is being really scared and running down the trial. I remember my mother was crying, and my father was pushing us down the path back to the car refocused. We kept on looking back to see following us, but didn't see him. I was looking all around waiting to see this guy. Just jump in front of us, but eventually we made it to the car. With still no Avocados in the parking lot. We poured into the car and my mother was screaming at my father. My sister was crying and we were all terrified, looking out the windows to see if he was, there ought to see if we could see his flashlight in the woods, but nothing was there. We sped out there and went back to our counselor. My mother was terrified and wanted to leave and go to a hotel, but my father managed to convince her. They were safe and there was no way he could have followed us all the way back to our camps, or which was a good for real four miles away. So. We stayed the neue, but didn't sleep much at all. Needless to say, that was the end of the nighttime overlook adventures. My mom was so traumatized. She didn't go camping for like five years. And she was an avid camper. So, Creepy Mountain Hick less not me again. When I was nineteen, I came home from college to stay with my mom for the summer. She had recently divorced my stepfather and had moved from a house to a ground level apartment. One day, I was sitting on the toilet. Peeing if you wanted to know. And I saw a light coming through the vent on the floor. Looking closer, I sought to Brown, eyes, staring up at me I screamed, threw a towel on the vent and rant. Tell my mom and boyfriend what had happened. They initially thought I was kidding until they realized I was genuinely freaked out. This particular complex had these weird locked crawlspace type access points. The police found that the vents had been pried open, but they never found who did it. I'm assuming a maintenance worker. Needless to say, my mom moved out quickly. After that experience I always to this day. Check fence, floor or ceiling. This happened over twenty years ago, but it's still really creeps me out. Update. I've had a few days to reflect upon this post. You know as creepy as that event was. I had another situation arise a few years ago? In two, thousand, seven, I learned that the prominent psychologist that I worked for Seattle in the early nineties committed suicide after it was discovered, he was filming his clients and employees in the bathroom of his office. He was arrested, lost his license then oft himself. It turns out. He hit his camera and one of those Air Wick. Automatic Air FRESHENER units. The guy was a real ass I quit the job because he was a lecherous condescending ass. This was around nineteen eighty three. and I wonder if there were any tiny cameras back then and if he was filming all the twenty something females whom worked for him. So disturbing. How many awful people there are in this world! The summer after my friends and I graduated high school, we decided to shell out a bit more money, and instead of just camping at the nearby lake, like we usually did rent out the beautiful old log cabin that overlooked the awesome scenery. For few days it had a wraparound porch and no electricity and an outhouse to give you some idea of how it really wasn't a place of luxury. There was a camp ground up the road about half a mile, but other than that. The lake was twenty miles from the nearest town. When I second night at the cabin, it was a full moon, and our Kayak and canoe were calling to be used. My friend Mike had just purchased a newborn puppy and didn't want him out on the lake in the dark, nor to leave him alone in the cabin, so we opted to stay in the cabin alone. Seven of us were out. We went for Grey paddle out to the middle of the lake. It was so quiet and serene that Yuki. Hear US laughing sharing from the shore at any point. When we got back. However Mike seemed a bit timid to open the door when we asked why he explained eagerly. It started when the doorknob to the front door jiggled, but did an open mic, thinking it was one of our parents. Stopping by to check in didn't think much of it. He then heard footsteps making their way to the wraparound porch, slowly making their way from the kitchen screen door, which was also locked around to the front room. Mike Kid Underneath one of the camp tables with his puppy, and spotted a rough, looking man in his late forties, and the large bay windows, overlooking the lake, swaying in attempting to open any of the doors, available to him, and there were many. Apparently when we began laughing out on the lake, the man to suddenly to face the water, and began waving his fist in grumbling, then he started howling repeatedly. Mike was paralyzed in his hiding spot in watched. His are howling. Visitor may one last attempt to get into the cabin and swayed off into the night. Needless to say none of us slept very well that night, listening for hidden intruders. So, this happened back when I was probably a third or fourth grader. I'm a junior in college now. I grew up in a moderately wealthy neighborhood where everyone was pretty friendly to one, another and nothing bad ever really happened. Before this instance, the worst thing that had happened was a rabid Fox was roaming around. In my call Zach all the kids close to my age were boys and my only female neighborhood friend lived about a straightaway. So clearly, she and I had a secret. Hang out spot that the boys weren't allowed him. Particularly the boy that live next door to her because we disliked him. My parents had told me time and time again that we weren't allowed in the woods behind her house without an adult present, because there was a stream back there that got fairly deep in places, and it was just a lot of ways to get hurt. This particular summer my dad was building swing set, so he was outside along with one of his brothers, thus allowing us to be playing in the woods. Teen and I decided to finally show some of the boys where we were closest to our secret. Hang out spot. We're back there playing some foolish childhood game for quite some time when I noticed someone approaching us from the depths of the woods. They weren't really that deep of woods, but my point is that someone was coming from the opposite direction of Our neighborhood and my house. They were too far away to see clearly and I pointed this out to the gathered children. Then I saw something shiny in their hand. At this point they were moving towards rather rapidly and was apparent. It was a male. My friend Keith assumed that it was a neighborhood boy that no one liked and yelled out. Daniel stopped trying to scare us. This didn't halt man one bit. And, suddenly.

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How to Home-School Your Kids Like a Pro During Coronavirus

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

09:09 min | 1 year ago

How to Home-School Your Kids Like a Pro During Coronavirus

"We thought we'd do a few short episodes talking about life in these sort of more challenging times is everything is in flux so both. Sarah on iron working from home right now. I mean I always do but Sarah tell us a little bit about your situation and how this has changed with the corona virus epidemic going on. Yeah there's just I mean I'm a hospital. Worker and part of my job is clinical and part of it is more of a leadership role with our residents and everything is really up in the air right now. I'm currently working from home because I have a very mild cough and just in an abundance of caution in our healthcare system has Basically required anybody with any kind of symptoms. That could be anything to stay on out of there which is very smart to protect our patients and protect other caregivers. Because you know if we interact with our colleagues and then spent something around then that could be very bad and there's just so much uncertainty with this. We don't know you know exactly how long most people are contagious for like we don't know You know the the the rate of symptomatic shedding that happens. We don't even know how good kids are as vectors. So there's all these question marks and politics aside. I think we're all in the same boat right now as many of you guys are all working parents and we all have our kids at home. Which many view a few of you not many of you? A few of them might be home school. So that's normal but most of you probably aren't exactly no. It's funny because I've written a couple articles over the years about people who work and also home school and it's more possible in these days than it would have been like you know in the in the past that just would have been like what on earth like that. Those two things. Don't go together. But there are so many ways of working work does not need to be done at a particular time in place necessarily for some people and school actually doesn't have to be done at a particular time and place in many cases With the rise of remote learning options. I'm certainly children. Who are slightly older are able to be quite self directed in terms of their learning. And there's actually a number of like online charter schools for instance and I think you mentioned like Florida has virtual school right for for Housebound children they do like. I've had patients that use it. They haven't deployed it to any of the current students yet but I know that platform does exist. Because I've had some medically complex patients. Like patients. Going through Chemo or who? Otherwise just aren't safe to be in the regular school system Have done school from home. And it's considered actually separate from the homeschool. It's considered an actual public school called Florida virtual school. So I mean I don't know will happen. I do think everyone needs to bre- from minute because it's been like five seconds and then there's been like ninety five elaborate schedules. Maybe I'm guilty. I mean I made one although mine is like super non elaborate so involved a lot of screen time so But like I'm not super worried about my kids like losing a ton of ground. Maybe because my kids are pretty young. Yeah like if we do a couple hours of stuff each day and that can include reading will probably be. Okay yeah well. That's the cool thing. I mean from having studied a lot of home schoolers. Schedules Fun Fun fact here. My senior thesis at Princeton was actually on home schooling. That's how long ago I was interested in this topic but it was it was less common than But it the people who do this. It doesn't take six and a half hours a day. Or whatever your state mandated. Instructional time is for your for your schools. You can a lot of that. Time at school is transitions. It's Things that your kids might be doing anyway like recess or eating lunch. It's things that you might not even consider to be part of school while they are. But you might do them on your own like instrument practice for instance or reading right like having. That's that's part of it too like a elementary school teacher is GonNa have their kids. Read do silent reading for Awhile. And so that's part of it as well. So the actual instructional part can be relatively limited and still be moving forward. Mike Kids depending on age have have somewhere between two hours and fifteen minutes in three hours of stuff that I have assigned per day and an hour of that is independent reading. So we're it's it's not like eight hours a day by by any means but it's actually been kind of fun to try on. Dance Day Day. Three Day three here. Oh right your little bit. You guys were one of the first. We're on the district's too close. So we knew it was coming and we have gotten into it now but Yeah no each. We have a checklist each day which the kids have one hour reading. They have thirty minutes of math practice which we have been doing. Khan Academy in Dream Box. Ruth was creating her own worksheets for a while but then she thought better than we have a thirty minute research project which each day we have a different subject so we. I did science than we did. History today was health related so everyone research to different epidemic and they need to write me up a short report on it. You know based on link sort of based on kid age but So they can get writing practice in. How is how is Alex's report he doesn't have to do this his his He gets stories right. We're reading stories than he does Ten minutes of writing practice just just sort of keep working on the hand coordination and then we've actually been working with him through the bedtime math books which I can highly recommend they are by Laura Who did a couple of these there several of these books? But it's the idea that set up like a bedtime story so you read a short paragraph that sets up a topic and then they have four different levels of math problems associated with the story problems in so you read it to the kids in the figure it out a So we've been doing that with Alex for math cool. Yeah we have like our kids homework. They use a program called. I ready for both reading and math. I think it's a Florida state wide thing so we've just continued their normal cycle of that and we use reflex math for math. Which is more just? It's not really like they. Have I ready? Math for more concept type stuff and reflects is just like animals memorizing timetables and Cameron's trying to learn like four plus three. So we do that and then have them write a story Either like a journal? Entry of what's going on. I think those are GonNa get a little repetitive. But we'll see for Cameron. It's more leg. Tried to write one picture and then I asked him to read either two chapters of a chapter book either. Annabel can read it to cameron or he can read his own to picture books or she can like whatever they want but like two books or chapters. Yeah so sounds good animal would you do? She's like I read genevieve green eggs and Ham. Good I mean. There's so many things you learn by doing that right. I mean I. In addition to the reading practice obviously but reading out loud is itself a skill that I would say. Many adults don't do very well. That's a real presenting. Words to other people is not automatic. And so you're absolutely right about that. She's working on that now. Wait we're actually So the First official virtual Instructional Day starts tomorrow recording this on a Tuesday so the Wednesday. Our teachers are starting to send assignments So we will incorporate that into the schedule. It's mostly Jasper. Who's going to have the more formal remote instruction like his different. Teachers are posting assignments. So he's GonNa start mostly doing that. The other kids. I think it'll be more just reinforced like math practice. And things like that so you know they'll still need a few additional things to keep them busy and we are still having our nanny come because currently I still have a lot of work. Responsibilities headache seven thirty. Am Conference calls every day. And then I have to disseminate that information to the residents and trying to redesign a lot of their education to figure out how to do it remotely which is not that easy apparently now also yeah I feel like I know this is a dilemma for a lot of people but our nanny herself has sort of agreed to isolate Incidentally she has like the same coffee shop. So I'm not worried about transmitting or getting or giving her 'cause that already happened before all of this but yeah. I know. This is sort of a dilemma for some people whether or not. It's even okay to do that. There are a lot of college students that currently have a lot of free time. That might even you know I was thinking about. It might even be willing to live in if you have the space to keep them so they could become a defacto additional family member. If you really need some somebody You know you can pay them. They can earn extra money. And you could get your remote work done without worrying about an infection risk. 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"mike kid" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"mike kid" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"I don't WanNa take time but I appreciate it anyway. Such a great idea. I saw that story and thought you know more people should do this. The the the economic resources that these rivers are they keep getting clogged up and dirty and just what a great way to highlight at doing it. It was a nice way. I knew it wasn't going to be easy questions all the way down to do. It's going to be tough and hard but By the end of it. I think we all realize we're looking at the same issue so well listen. Thank you very much mirror. Good luck to you. Get in the service agreement hammered out. Thank you eric. Thanks for the time. Absolutely that's mayor. Scott Matheson from down in Valdosta organized the the mayor's paddle where he got as many people as he could to paddle down the river with him in Valdosta highlighting the ECO tourism aspect of the need for clean water. You know we've got this issue in middle Georgia. There's a growing issue. It's actually made it to the legislature and a lot of you are going to be hearing about it regardless where you live On the issue of late Juliet and the Georgia power plant there and the issues of of water coal lash and minerals leaching into water. There are a lot of people who have a dirty drinking water now. It's become a health problem issue. The legislature having to deal with some of the problems and it looks like there may need to be some sort of expansion of land purchases from Georgia power. I honestly I've a friend of mine and making US Clark. He's running for C. Council great guy or county commissioner. Their great great guy been highlighted. This issue for me for a while really invested in this issue and I am. I'm not an. I'm not an outdoor sky. Good Lord you people I am. I am a magnet for mosquitoes. Mike Kid and I my oldest is allergic to Mosquitos She goes outside. I like to go outside with her because I'm a magnet for mosquitoes. And they they look at me and they look at her and they go with her so as long as she's around swell and breaking out into high from mosquitoes. I'm totally in touch. The moment she goes inside suddenly. They're on me. I I hate going outside but I love late. Juliette in my Kayak and it's becoming an issue and I'm increasingly mindful that we've got such great resources in the state with the Coney Ultima Ha the the The ARC Mogi the flint. And in we gotta we gotTa do right by all of that even. I'm not a huge environmentalist in environmentalism. It's Ki- I'm I'm much more pro business but obviously if we're polluting everything we got problems and I just come in. Your math is in for thinking outside the box to highlight it. Get people out on the river within the them. Ask Him any questions. They want float down the river. See the natural beauty of it in in Go Take Care of it Take care of the watershed we gotta take care of our watershed middle Georgia and everywhere else in the state needs. Take your there now I WANNA pivot. We gotta get into presidents politics. I have avoided like the plague if we really have to but when we come back there's a local connection to a national story and I want to spend a few minutes on this You know the the lion dog face pony soldier turns out. It was a student for Mercer University here in Georgia. WanNa be on the show. Paul Eric Now at eight seven seven ninety seven Eric. That's eight seven seven nine. Seven three seven four to five. Have you heard the audio of the the line dog face Pony soldier thing? Listen to this audio of the vice president at the forum in New Hampshire Madison. And I'm an ECON student Mercer University and Oh so I'm going to be a little bit mean for a second okay. So he takes his jacket off So you're arguably the candidate with the greatest advantage in this race. You've been the vice president. You weren't burdened down by the impeachment trials. So how notice the crowd reacting as he's been a target of the president during the impeachment trial into participation? So how do you explain the performance in Iowa? And why should the voters believe that? You can win the national election. So good question number one. I was a Democratic Caucus Caucus. No you haven't your line dog face Pony Soldier. You said you were but you. Now you've got to be honest. I'm going to be honest with you. Okay we can stop it there it. Did you hear how he said it in the crowd laughing? He's used this line before number places she. She apparently feels. Victimizes is is all upset. Y'All I gotTa tell Ya I'm I'm having. I've just had enough of the easily offended. He he did not mean it that way you can tell from his voice you can tell from the rest of the crowd reaction and she's apparently not a supporter of his anyway This reminds me of this audio out of the University of Virginia They've got a multicultural space. Now at the University of Virginia Multi Cultural Space Multi multiple many cultures. All are welcome and we get this..

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"mike kid" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"mike kid" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Day Oh yeah because that is the day that Santa Claus drops by for the first time to tell you whether you have been good this year or not. Give you little inkling a little hint and so in the evening. Put your shoes out and then you go to bed and the next morning either Santa Claus or his assistant have given you a hint. If you've been a good child Santa clauses left possibly chocolate or even a little gift in your shoes news if you've been bad there's a lump of coal but do you have time then to make good before Christmas between December. Because I'm going to be the very good child important about that is not only put it out but you have to shine to shows i. Oh you gotta work for that otherwise no feeling and then did you normally have some. I'm good news or bad news and six personally Always made sure would have good. No so I try to be. Before December six of this is one thing that transcends borders kids are are being extorted and frightened into being the good kid knotty or nice and what about music or movies or TV specials in America we have certain you know cherished specials calls In Germany as a child or your kids today well of course. It is the Christmas songs that we expect to sing in church. The Silent Knight that everyone else things of course in any language but in its original oh form and the most common Christmas movie that we watched one of my cherished films. That is a check east. German production of Nineteen seventy-three Cinderella Three Cinderella for and it is one of the most feisty Cinderella's there isn't a thing in the world and the most charge them three and this is produced by Communist East Germany the Anti Socialist. So what is how. How could this be that? The Communist governments would partner and produce a Christmas. Everyone needs fairy tale. Yeah they produce wonderful ones. Did it have an agenda or was it just knowing political agendas. Just look right. It's a very very strong Cinderella. Unlike some of the more Vegas silent ones when it comes to like traditions also music for us. It is important that we sing together. Like it's not just like put on a tape and there's like bing crosby going on now it's like the old traditional songs that we used to sing and we like to sing and when we come home from church to her thing we do is on Christmas Eve we get together and sit in one room just candles tools in hand and we sing as a family together the Christmas song and if we really wanted to witness and Mike Kid Wants to do it we down around Christmas tree. It's kind of weird but it's still lives on. These traditions are still there and this is great to know that lives on. I've been in Nurnberg on a very cold night with a group going from square to square and into the Church courtyard and candlelit singing these songs with Gusto. And it's just beautiful here. The Christmas carols that I grew up with in German Silent Knight was originally in German. I mean Americans probably think it was written in English English translation stealing right Freya.

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Is 'Pokemon Sword and Shield' a Good Game for Kids?

Nintendo Voice Chat

03:39 min | 2 years ago

Is 'Pokemon Sword and Shield' a Good Game for Kids?

"It's for a favorite game question block. So this one is from Eric Daman who wrote into us on NBC AT AEGEAN DOT Com. And it says dear. NBC thank you for the wonderful shows. Happy thanksgiving I have a soon to be six year old son and and he was really into games his favorites Odyssey and Mario Mega on the switch with the holidays approaching he keeps telling me he is into POK. MON WANTS THE NEW POKEMON game. I have never personally played pokemon game and I'm nervous. It might be too hard for him. Any won't enjoy it. What are your thoughts and introducing kids to game might be too challenging for them? And do you think Pokemon Sword and shield could be fun for him. I just want him to enjoy joy. Don't care about him completing it thank you for your time and happy holidays in the entire Aegean team. Very easy answer. How good is reading? Yeah because this is a game without voice voice acting. Yeah and so you have to. You have to read a lot so mike kids played it really early on but my daughter was also much better reading than the boys that's usually S.. And if he reads well enough or you think that it actually helps him with learning to read. Absolutely it's not so complex and it's so smart how it teaches teaches you how to play the game that I think you'll really really like it. Not An answer to the question but I did forget to mention this when we were talking about putting him on. I think it's wack that there's voice acting in the opening. I know but it's like especially like now that it's on console like in the opening thing when the guy walks out into the stadium and he's like doing spiel. It's like wow. How much better would this be voice acting but yeah I put him on his great for kids like I? You know you both started playing when you were really young right. Wait a little bit more complex now. I started with red. No it's definitely like night and day as far what the systems arm iron sulfur it. I also have no context for what a six year olds like so ca. No no short or that that. Remember that a six-year-old. We'll I just repeat the same thing over and over and like there is a he'll probably just level up even if he doesn't know the nuance of all I think you could still get through it. And they're like certain colors and things that indicate when you're doing better or not as far as like for a super effective and affective whenever you're Ballinger Pokemon you've already encountered it tells you like Ryan what works. Yeah so I think if that's something he's good within and be totally by my son at age was able to remember the most useless in great information like long names of dinosaurs and you know like Early mammals and all that stuff he just retained all of that information and so if you sit down with them and walks through the chart and what Pokemon type is strong against what. I'd bet he will remember all of that stuff super fast you can honestly just get him a type chart. Just give it to them. If if you can read like eight when I started playing pokemon and I didn't have a problem with it but I was also a really strong reader. I was one of those kids who volunteered to read in class shocking uh-huh shocking news too. But Yeah I think as long as he can read it'll be fine and you don't really need to know indepth stuff to succeed beat. That game hated reading. When I was really? And by the way Eric if not then it sits around for two years and then two years you can play. Yeah or you can play it. I guess what I was saying with the me not liking reading. I still got through enjoyed it. So there is still something there for him and you can always Her never learned to read. Actually never there are also some game stores that have Really Nice return policies. If you buy at preowned so alive game stories you can buy it and keep it for seven days and then if not being play you can just go bring it back. That's fair

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"mike kid" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"mike kid" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And everyone's looking at me like I punched her because she had a shiner one time, she ran out into boulevard and was like spanker spanking at home. I followed all the rules this one. Now, if I spent this one this one so stubborn and so full of fire. I'd be beating with a stick like opinion. You know, I mean seriously, and I wouldn't she wouldn't give into me unless I broke her spirit. And I don't wanna do that. I wanna rock you said I want. Mike kid too. Like experience that kind of experience like being bullied because I think it makes you tougher. It makes you learn from it. Well, at least I'm assuming that's what you meant. I meant losing disappointment the feeling of una make that person wish they had picked me on their team one day kind of thing. You know, just that just that that anxiety of having to ask somebody out to the prime or to the date, and maybe getting turned down to the prom or to the day. Just all those little life setbacks that we've all experienced that anybody especially someone who's in a band or did stand up comedy. I mean, you had to have many night and many audition and many of episode where someone said pack it up and show business has some of that. Because the whole thing is that you have the drive to prove you want to be a little a little bit more elevated than a drive we're talking about Jimmy. Are there? He got shit can for the first I don't know four or five radio stations. He was on. You know, you don't give up. But that's the whole thing. You get your ass kicked in life and the people that win, and I'm not talking like, it's a competition. But if you wanna win in your own life, you pick yourself back up, and you fucking get in there and keep doing it. Do what you believe by the way one night with ever clear, it's Tober fourteenth at the Pasadena playhouse, and I won't use beverage eight PM. Of course, proceeds go into theatrical diversity project and tickets available at ever clear, online dot com. You can go to ever clear online dot com, by the way, that's our website. Well, I mean, you come from a lot of adversity as.

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Digital media linked to depression in young adults

Markley and Van Camp

04:31 min | 2 years ago

Digital media linked to depression in young adults

"Want to get to this research about younger adults and depression and mental issues. What is the cause? Is it a number of different things is one thing specific like smartphones. Because all of your social media is on the smartphone. Well, that's their thinking social media. So the percentage of young Americans experiencing certain types of mental health disorders, like significant depression, anxiety has risen significantly over the last ten years there is no corresponding increase in older adults. More adolescents and young adults in late twenty tens versus the mid-2000s experience serious, psychological, distress, major depression, so aside thoughts and more attempted suicide. But you do see that with some studies that have been done just with smartphones. Yes. These trends are weak or non-existent among adults twenty six years in over suggesting a generational shift in mood disorders instead of an overall increase across all ages. So everybody has access to the same type of technology. Right. The difference. They're saying though, is that younger people now particularly people younger than twenty five. Let's just call it. Twenty five grew up with this stuff as just part of life because I'm part of the last. I'm I I'm part of the last generation that didn't grow up with with smartphones or social media. Yeah. You had you know, phones cell phones, but not not smartphones all the apps the ability to get online the ability to I guess there was some kind of I vaguely remember and ability to it was like ten cents a minute. If you wanted to check your Email on the old flip. And of course, it takes you ten minutes to load your Email. Yes. And if you were going to text some people got great at it with the three letters. So I was number that whole thing. Yeah. Somewhat difficult, but you could not do the communication then that you can do now. Oh check so many different things. Not in the least. I mean, I guess if I'm going glory days, though, the good thing is that you didn't have to charge your phone. But once every three days that is true thing lasted forever, and it just ran and ran, but they're saying that the increase in digital media may have had a bigger impact on teens and young adults because older adults social lives are more stable might have changed less than teens digitalize. Our social lives have in the last ten years less face to face interaction. Well, you think about it? Somebody. Even between your age, and my age would say somebody in there in the early forties. Know they've already had the establishment of friendships they grew up with this and certain media is still relatively new. And so as they say in this study, or as they at least suggesting this study people who have grown up with more of the face to face interactions. Social media looks like something extra something kinda cool. Something fun that you can go do right by and large generalization. But if you're talking to a teenager, right now, social media is the way you interact with the world, and it is crazy because picture yourself at the age of sixteen and being able to have a grown man several states away. Maybe on the other side of the world comment on a photo posted creepy creepy. So you've got the dog pile that happens with people just criticized time. Yes. With Twitter and everything else, the one thing, and I don't know if you've seen this, and it's all anecdotal. I don't have this is from Mike kids, some of their friends that I'm hearing more and more of people either taking the break from it a fast from it or like going with the challenge of no smartphone for a year to see what life would be like without it to just do a flip. Whereas someone needs to get a hold of you. They can but you're not tempted to be online and do everything else that a smartphone does because they've realized a missing out on so much. That's going on around me because I'm always into the phone, right? You haven't heard of that at. Stuff. I mean, I I looked at doing it. And then realized that it was not going to save me any money either. And said, okay. Well, I need to. I'd rather save money than I know. I know I think I told you when I was going to get my son the first phone it was cheaper just to put them on the plan and give him an old iphone. Yeah. Not realizing while that's probably a bad idea. It's all those things that you could do over you'd probably do different. But it's a little

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"mike kid" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"mike kid" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"And quotes inquiries by NFL owners about his willingness to switch leagues and become Commissioner of the National Football League, silver did not explicitly confirm that he had been approached by NFL owners. But sources close to the situation told the SPN that several NFL owners have tried to persuade silver to run their league over the course of five years as he has been the NBA Commissioner, I think that's very interesting. We get the the popularity of Roger Goodell is not been all that high. I think he's done a fantastic job from a revenue standpoint. In the National Football League PR is not been the strong suit of the league in their off field issues over the last four to five years. So we'll see where that storyline goes. And commissioners are seldom popular I don't care. Which Commissioner you're talking about? And which sport that is not their job. Their job is not to be popular. Their job is to handle off court off ice off-field situations with the least amount of damage and to be to follow a moral compass that the consumer finds tolerable, and it's also to work for the owners to make more money for the owners, if you're under those two things as an umbrella that is a sensually the job description of being a Commissioner, and to that end Cadel has failed in one side and succeeded in the other he he really has. And we said he has made a ton of money. Just a vote Brinks truck delivery service full of money for the NFL owners. And yet we still question just about every move. He makes with player discipline and social issues and things to that nature. It's just been really tough. And on the other side, we look at him silver, and he just. Seems to have made almost all the right moves when it comes to the NBA and how they deal with their issues. Adam silver is much more. Happily looked upon by us as an audience. And that's why this news comes to be so intriguing to us. All right. So let me shift gears. No, there's no real clean transition from talking about the NBA Commissioner to to the NFL and Jay Glazer. So Jay Glazer yesterday. How a lot of thoughts on what was going to happen in a very active NFL trade market with what he tweeted out a ton of big moves and included the the deal yesterday. It was after flacco was traded to Denver. So he talked about that in his mailbag and tweeted out in some thoughts on the trade market. Apparently, it wasn't received very well from various markets and consumers fans of of teams in the game from around the country. So Jake laser followed with this tweet last night, which about thirty percent of it. Can't read how much is this coming through? I'm excited to hear you try and read this one h weeded out for all you blanks who spewed blanket me. Mike kid, my mom, my mom's kid, my mom's Ma or my kid's mom my head size body size. Intelligent, my mom's intelligence all because I made a prediction about your team today. Save your blanket insults for.

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"mike kid" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"mike kid" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Mike kidding about. What? You're intoxicated. You. That's a giant. Then in the world gets better. She refuses the Breathalyzer so they take her to jail. And she wouldn't take the field sobriety tests. And then she gets real snippy with the guy at the at the holding cell take, do you know, who I am take a listen to this deal. What? My phone's like knickebocker your phone is in a puddle of vomit in your car with. Can I finish which is on the side of the road that you crashed into yes. I didn't hear the first part of that. What did she say? She wants her phone. You basically that's on the side of the road because you crash your car. Your phone isn't a puddle of your vomit in your car. That is on the side of the road that you crash. Wow. Yeah. Because she was named dropping some guy from the sheriff's office that she wanted to call. And now we are listening to that that on the radio that is ugly ugly stuff that you have now on permanent everybody like that is for everybody to see and hear what happened. What does the word for when you like no longer? Get to be a judge is well. Could you how like if? It's disbarred, are you like de judged like what what what happens to you? When you is that a thing. You can be impeached. A judge can be impeached democrat. It doesn't say in the story. So my guess would be yes. Hey, let's just say she's a democrat than that will never happen. That's what I'm saying. Nothing ever happened her. She'll be fine right know, these I mean, it's just the arrogance though. Unreal. Daisy wanted me to do this story. Yeah. I do. She's I'm really pissed off about it. You should have anger on Valentine. Oh, yeah. We can. That's what the holidays all about. No. It's not. She loves this. She loves this day. But I got to tell you this story really pissed me off ahead. Rob assures done your taxes yet. Not yet. I can't hear them in the middle. I put it off to the very last minute bet. That's because you didn't get a refund like this guy from Fox News. It took a little time. But the IRS eventually realized and had a problem after it issued a refund check for nine hundred eighty thousand dollars to afford a man who claimed only eighteen thousand dollars of income for the two thousand sixteen tax. Why took so much time? They have seventy six thousand employees and change my seventy. For load. Maybe it was because of the shutdown. I'm livid about this. Here's okay. So then I started looking I started looking this is because I was like how many people work at the IRS over seventy six thousand employees at the IRS. Okay. And then here's here's some interesting statistics to but IRS eighteen thousand three hundred cases in which I R s employees back taxes themselves. That is insane. Fifteen hundred and eighty cases where employees did not willfully pay their taxes. Okay. The average pay of an IRS employee is seventy three thousand dollars and change. That's actually it's more than that. Usually they make anywhere between forty thousand and one hundred thirty four thousand dollars a year. How they get a MAC. Daddy, pension, all of them. Do. The guy's name was Raymond. Christopher blanche. At twenty nine of Tampa submitted self prepare tax papers in early two thousand seventeen listing himself as a freelancer and included w two forms from jobs such as a nursing home and the sizzling platter restaurant this, okay? This was way before government shutdown stuff. So there's no excuse. But solve the problem is if they we just dissolve the IRS and just had a flat tax. Not solve the whole problem. And I mean, I'm sorry. I know the seventy six thousand people who have jobs there would be out of work. But but there's a whole bunch of jobs right now. Just heard this the other day, there's a whole bunch of jobs right now that are open and not enough people to fill them. So there's plenty of work to go around to this guy, actually, spend the money. Yes. Oh, no. He opened the money market account and bought a Lexus. And then he had to give a back Blanchard allegedly claimed the money was inherited from his deceased father. He claimed that's just like his friend. How'd you get the money for my dad, dad? Oh my God. What's going to happen? Trump was probably gonna go to federal prison. You can't mess with the IRS. You know what? I said he'd be in trouble. I agree. Whole. Why should he be in trouble? He didn't do it. It wasn't his did. Because one of the. Well, one of the forms evolved showed one million dollars of federal object was withheld eighteen grand a year way. So he filed. Yes. One of its forms that he filed showed him having one million dollars in federal income with held from his pay. Okay. So he's the one who actually filed at. Yeah. But nobody looked at this. And goes this dude works at the sizzling platter. Restaurant, like a million bucks. Yeah. No one actually checked the IRS to say, hey, he only makes eighteen grand a year, and he's actually withholding a million dollars. So whoever processed his refund is just a complete idiot. Meanwhile, I'll make crap on my refunding. This is the thing. I mean, I'm telling you, why do we why do we do this? Why do we do any of this? And then there are people out there who are legal that are making refund that are getting refunds this year. We talked about it on our show. There's a big scam right now, we're they're making twenty eight thousand dollars this year, claiming all these people all these other illegal people on their paperwork. This is happening right now. But listen, I'm so glad that they're doing their jobs. All right. We got closer to the Valentine's Day story. Very happy about this. I know neither one of you ever have this problem. But if you're having trouble getting lucky this Valentine's Day. It's Trump's fault. What Dr Susan block, a sex therapist known for HBO appearances bestselling books and appearances on TV networks such as Oprah believes if you're not getting intimate these days, it's all because of the negative vibes. She sees emanating from sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue. Box. News ridiculous all the things to blame him for. This is this is rent reading quotes. This is stretching. Quotes a big impact for some people. Trump's campaign and presidency has created a type of PTSD call post Trump sets disorder. Does she actually paid for this paid people just don't wanna have sex? This would mainly be seen with women. Who are just appalled by how creepy Trump is? How my you've gotta be kidding me fan winner. Okay. Let's let me tell you something men out. There. If women if your wives are blaming not having sex on Trump, then they're lying. They're lying to you. I mean in my right. And they're also they're also back crap. You would actually say that and expect to be a believed or be taken serious. Yeah. It's just as bad as like, I have a headache. It's not that trust me. I've heard some good excuse. Not that. I've never heard of the president. Now. That's just that's ridiculous. You may want to you may want to think about looking into the actual reason. As to why these there could be women that are saying that that means that are really back crap. I totally believe that like I bet there's liberal women out there who are like I just can't bring myself to have sex because Trump maybe they just don't like sex. Well, I think that's probably. Yeah. That's a shame. No. That's not a problem here. The speed round. With transitions we are. So getting our fabulous hair on this year. Aren't we? Yes, ma'am. And I know that there are a lot of folks out there who are seeing more of their hair going down the drain these days and seeing a difference in their hair. It's thinner that bald spot is getting harder to ignore and get it between my autoimmune step menopause. My hair changed dramatically over the past few years, but.

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"mike kid" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"mike kid" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"You can reach me, and I do read everything, and you can also Email the show Larry show at WM AL dot com. This is the note that I received via Twitter, I want to reach out and let you know something that just happened. I think you'd find it interesting, and I did that's sharing it with you. Taking an online sociology of immigration class. And yesterday we had to create an introductory post. Talking about the immigration issues that face the US today. I mentioned illegal immigration and used the term illegal immigrant today. I received a message from the professor telling me that I am not allowed to use the term illegal immigrant and should. Instead it used the term unauthorized immigrant if I were to continue to use the term illegal immigrant. He said, my work would not be accepted. This is the first time for me that I felt as though my free speech on campus has been limited. I don't really know how to proceed as I don't want to get a bad grade. And I am mmediately thought of Mike kid is a freshman in college as you know. And if knowing how much I'm paying for that college education, and knowing how you know, I think important it is. For my child to get back college education and do as well as she candidate classics. I'm paying for these classes, I wanna make sure she does. Well. If she had asked me what to do in this situation. Well, I gotta say I it's a mixed bag because part of me wants to raise a child who will stand up for themselves and push back against this kind of thing and be a bit of a warrior and stand up for themselves yet at the same time. I think it's an important lesson to know that you know, in a. In a hierarchical situation and environment and the professor to student relationship is. Inherently hierarchical sometimes you've got to bite your tongue. To get along. And sometimes you have to meet a standard. Even if you don't agree with that standard. To be able to be most effective now. This happens to all of us in the workplace. Right. If there's something that we disagree with at our boss or our supervisor or the ownership of our business dictates that we must do and it here too as long as it's not immoral. A lot of us say well, all right. I disagree with it. I would do it differently. I don't think that that's right or for that matter accurate, but it's my job, and I'm going to do my job. And I think there's a lesson there too. But, but, but of course, part of me is angry about this. Because the fact of the matter is a. A student from the left or with a liberal perspective. And it's not even I'm sorry. Even got caught in this trap. You're gonna have to be conservative to use the accurate legal term illegal immigrant. In fact, the accurate legal term is legal alien. Illegal immigrant is frankly, I think granting a little bit more. To the the situation a little soft pedaling a bit. I mean, the the actual legal term is illegal alien. So it's not a conservative liberal thing. But I'm just saying that the person who can you imagine a teacher chastising a student who uses the term undocumented worker and a professor saying, no, no, no, no, no. That is undocumented worker is meaningless. This is a legal question. The person has broken the laws they are an alien in this country illegally. They're an illegal alien used that term. Do you have any doubt that that student who's told that they must use the term illegal alien instead of undocumented worker that that student would raise a ruckus started protests, be lionized in cheered and celebrated end up on CNN and broadcast news. And the professor would be canned. We have no doubt that that's the case. So part of me is righteously indignant for this student vet. She's even in this position. So what do you do as a parent? What do you say to your kid if they came to you with this dilemma? Eight eight eight six three zero nine sixty five triple eight six thirty wwl Zack in the district. Zach you're on wwl. Hi, thank you for taking my call. You know, I I heard I tuned into your your show. I guess as you want break, and it hurts you referred to the situation as a as a violation of somebody's freedom speech. And you know, I simply calling just to be really clear this is not a violation of anybody's freedom of speech violation of freedom of speech would be if this person were to suffer a consequence relates the law. For using this term. What's happening is the professors, creating a standard. I leaving a credit that literally just says you received credit or a diploma from this specific institution that represents these ideals and beliefs. Yeah. So you have a right as an individual to apply to go to any of these institutions, and whatever your political leanings are can inform those decisions, but when you frame this as the freedom of speech issue. It's either irresponsible ignorance or manipulative. And it concerns me when I heard that was a thanks thanks for the challenge and lab respond first of all the student who reached out to me said an quote, again, this is the first time for me that I felt as though my free speech here on campus has been limited. And let's just flush this out for a moment. Because in many respects, I agree with you. But just for a moment walk down this path with me can the government dictate to you. What kind of? Words you can and cannot use. I mean, obviously other than. The relevant questions to this question of a student. Oh, executive it's it's a very relevant question because I will because this school is a state school. So that employees is a government employee, and this school is operating on behalf of the state government. Okay. So they're saving money, and I can understand that makes a difference doesn't it? Institution different television. I would I would argue that, you know, who are you really protecting the situation. I, but I would argue in obviously, there's a real how about academic freedom. Well, how about how about the press people? And you know, I think there's a real obviously this conversation. So do you think the using the term legal immigrant is hurtful to oppressed? People. Well, I think asking the students to use language that instead of a legal immigrant is unauthorized immigrant ask them.

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"mike kid" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"mike kid" Discussed on All About Android

"You can listen to podcasts serious or whatever. Like, exactly, yeah. Go on Shraga. And at the end of the day. It's what I always say. It's like with this you capture the moment. Whereas sometimes. When you're on your smartphone. Your bigger phone? You talk about the moment. Like, you take a pitcher immediately. You're like I got put it on Instagram. Now, suddenly, you're five exactly. And then all of a sudden you're like oh that ad. Oh that pitcher, oh, the Mogollon kindergarten where this it's like, you know, we made it kind of voice. I so in reality take a pitcher, and then it syncs up with Google photos to your phone, and when you get back to your phone, you could just posted or your big phone right about later us, all your editing. Yeah. But it's the end of the day. Like all the different use cases. It comes down to just being connected but not consume. But like having that there when you need it if route I can call Uber. But like, I'm not playing games. You know what I mean? Like, I convince you or whatever. Acities of the connected world because it's become well, yeah. It's become a mean, it's a privilege for a lot. But it's become a necessity for a lot to you in that sense. Like, I need to have my phone to be able to track my hike or if I'm alone. I wanna be able to call somebody in case or I want to at least they'll be able to be tracked. And so and and it's and it's funny because it's like for a while. I spent a long time being really disciplined about not like someone asked me handy chains document, my great when I get back to my desk lock data for you. But now with Google docs, and sheets on my phone, and my, you know, my one plus sixteen large screen, I can edit a spreadsheet on my phone. I find myself hating the doing it because. -cation and it's hard to ignore it. It's just miserable. I mean granted. I mean, you look at my body. And you're like, how do you get this body? And it's it's a steady diet of DIKO and gummy bears, and I call them live your life. So I don't use my palm as a workout device. But for me in the mornings, I purposely do not have slack on here. I do not have a meals on. Yeah. So in the mornings, I ride Bart. And it's like I listened to my audio books or my podcast. And it's like I put my iphone in my bag. And it's it is my moments part time. It's just like my moments unwinded me time in like I'm going into work now anxious because I'm not looking at what's Moscow's as who. I got. I'm just like, oh, this is like right now. I'm listening to Trevor knows book. And I'm like, oh, this is like, I'm I'm just going outside of my brain. And listen to it. Yeah. Listen to it. When you're also answering Email, we'll see but what you're talking about. There is a requirement of his social component around this to right. Like, if if what you're talking about is now, I want to change things I wanna change my life. So that when I'm in these kind of a transition periods. I'm not accessible to work. I'm not accessible to be being distracted. That's a great decision for me to make about myself. F-? But how does that fit into a society that expects certain things things are changing in that regard? Like, I know that there's an awareness right now around technology overuse and addiction is a word that you hear a lot of times right now. So is there enough of a pushback now where people are starting to kind of understand? Okay. I get it. You want to use the palm phone as one example. So that you aren't one hundred percent accessible, and that's okay. Is that? Okay. Right. It's not our goal is not to not be accessible like I if I'm out with David in. We're like watching a game or something and Mike kid goes urging care my wife tried to call me like I want to be. The goal is not about being in excess per unaccessible. It's about literally like if I'm at the game with David it's about putting the damn phone down. And watching the game or like having a conversation. Don't watch the game. Like like. Yeah. Like, it's just like. Yeah. In short, like even with like, a smaller device, you're still gonna use it..

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