20 Burst results for "Mike Kids"

"mike kids" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

04:04 min | 9 months ago

"mike kids" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Once you try these meat sticks you won't be able to get enough. Mike kids and i absolutely love them and i know your family will to try them out today. Now natural solutions for fungal overgrowth anti inflammatory diet. So we've got a really prioritize good healthy diet That's going to include the right types of foods. And so you know consisting of grass-fed organic animal products. Good high-quality vegetables broccoli cauliflower. You know different things like that. All your cruciferous vegetables lemons and limes apple cider vinegar can be beneficial on people. Think apple cider vendors not good for yeast or fungal overgrowth but actually. I found that tends to be quite well quite good. Obviously if you don't react well to it than it may be more of a histamine reaction that you're having if you're not responding well to it but can be very very helpful So you know trying to consume really really good healthy diet nutrient rich lowering carbohydrates high in healthy fats coconut oil which is worn it has got laurich acid as well as Capri in capri prelic. Acid in it really really good for anti fungal has very good antifungal properties. We gotta reduce stress and improve sleep drink filtered water good reverse osmosis water or like a big berkey system or hydrogen water systems. Some sort of really good quality filtered waters importance..

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"mike kids" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

03:35 min | 10 months ago

"mike kids" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"Episode once. You try these mute sticks. You won't be able to get enough. Mike kids and i absolutely love them and i know your family will to try them out today. We know that intermittent fasting helps your body to favor the growth of beneficial bacteria over harmful bacterial species like salmonella. For example one study showed that intermittent fasting increase the gut microbiome diversity enhance antioxidative microbial metabolic pathways and strengthen the immune system of those with multiple sclerosis. Another studies on people with different types of Got issues and one thing that that fasting does is it down regulates primary feeders. We're constantly eating every three or four hours. Whatever it is. We're we're we're feeding what's called primary feeders. Like could be things like salmonella pro b-actor different things like that when we stop doing that. For a period of time. Okay we eat reduce..

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"mike kids" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"mike kids" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I never got into that. I didn't either, but Wow, that's a big deal. This is a huge deal, and it kind of knocked me back on my heels. Because I This was a surprise announcement. There weren't even any hints about this. Kelly Ripa, who was on the show. And Mark and sway lows are rebooting the show they are, They are going to give their going to reboot it. But this is fascinating. And I love this. They are calling it Pine Valley and it is going to prime time. And it is gonna be a drama Syriza executive produced by them. And the son of original All Mike Kids creator Agnes Nixon, Robert Nixon. And it is going to follow a young journalist. This is the line here from the press release, quote. Ah, young journalist with a secret agenda comes to expose the dark and murders history of a town named Pine Valley. On Lee to become entangled in a feud between the Kane family, Erica and the Santos families. Okay? Yeah. So it's a new generation of characters, some full of fan favorites, they said, and they may be coming back as well. Because Santos was the name of Mark Consuelo is his family because they played Hayley and Mateo. So oh, they're giving themselves jobs. I love it themselves drugs, But hey, look, um there is no denying that all my kids. I'm sure a lot of you right now are really happy because that show my mom watched all my Children. Mean loved all my Children and to do it in a in a new way, because obviously, daytime soaps are dying, but to bring it back and prime time for ABC. They need something there was. The networks have to get creative now, after they do, they really do. That's what I thought, too, But it's But I think there's an opportunity I do. I think there's a fan base. I do. There's a built in fan base. I don't know how big that is anymore. The show's been off for a while, but hey, You know, a hit on network TV is now um, you know, 1.52 million people. That's good to hit. Now. I think they can pull that off if it's good. So I think that watch. Yeah, I think it's a great idea. It might. It's going to make the purists mad. You think it would be different, Do you? Think part of the appeal of watching a daytime soap is the Hmm. The just, You know, we've all done it. It's just like the long lingering looks whenever they're facing the camera, you know, looking off into the window and you're like I love the way they end scenes is always cracks me up. It's like they want you to feel the emotion so they'll just focus on one person nodding for way too long for some person squinting. Their eyes are welling up tears and you're like, all right. You got the shot cut away. You know, it's not slick, quick editing. It's like weird and clunky and cheesy, and that kind of a feel is You're not going to be able to capture that. They wanted to look more like a, you know, a slick I'm the I'm assuming Pine Valley is going to be very slick, slickly edited as it should, because there's a different quality standard in prime time than daytime because they have to produce a show every day every day. Yeah, right. And occasionally you might. You might occasionally just see the microphone booms up into the picture just slightly. Just slightly. Well, and we're being You know what? We've been talking about this for two minutes. Obviously. If you're Mark Consuelo Sin you're Kelly Ripa and you're going to bring back all my Children. You have to have Susan Lucci or why do it? Oh, yes. I mean, what do you got? That's what I was thinking. Yeah. You got gonna wanna watch? Yeah, she she has to be there. Again. Please don't laugh at me. It's like doing Dallas without a J. R and they tried that. They did it after Larry died and it didn't work you need you need luch. The lovely Lucci as Regis called her. How old is she? I've got it up now Born all born in 46. So that's doable. She looks great, too. Yeah, that'd be fine. You can't do Look, everybody's replaceable, but there's a bucket full of people that aren't and television and Luci is one of them. Yeah, She's only 73 that be office. Yes. You gotta bring Lola Luci back or just don't do it or you got it. I I don't know. You can't recast her. You can't be. Oh, please don't Because we will be so sad for her is again. Everybody's replaceable, but there is a handful of people that aren't Yeah, I would say Susan Lucci's in that cut. She's in that handful. You can't no one would buy anybody else's Erica Kane. But Luci. Seriously, so I don't know. We're already getting tweets. Daytime.

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"mike kids" Discussed on Pivot Party

Pivot Party

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"mike kids" Discussed on Pivot Party

"Never stops and so i called an exterminator in. It's they said. Oh sounds like you've got squirrels that have eaten their way into your into your roof right but we have a converted as you can see up here. We have like a converted Upstairs there really isn't a like an attic we lived in. Our bedroom is in the attic. Who live up here. And so i thought okay. Great how are we going to get them out so the guy comes in. He's everyone's masked gloved has matt suited up and You know because my son is you know. compromised in From a hospital. I was terrified of letting someone in my house and And he said why. I can't get in to see you need someone to come and cut a hole in your ceiling so i can get in there so i had to call a contractor. The contractor came in. He cut a hole in my bedroom. Ceiling in the guy came back and he poked his head in in about fifteen minutes later. He comes outside. Where with mike kids waiting for believe my house. And he said ma'am you've got a raccoon in she's given birth event in your office of burglary in your ceiling At which point we moved out of the upstairs. Okay yeah so did they also get removed or were they welcomed as pets or so saga. Could week by week continues. They try to get back in the roof in the only. Is this like two foot triangular space above my bedroom ceiling where they're living in so he tries but he can't get his like Equipment up there to grab anyone. Any of the animals in the babies are like so tiny like like furious. Mother is like going at him every time he tries to poke his head up. He's like ma'am. I can't we can't we can't go back up there in it's too. It's too small of a space Gun and these are the conversations. I'm having a weekly basis. Like what else are we do. Not that i wanna kill animals by the have seen Black so they're just oh and he said well we can Cut another hole and try to catch it from both sides so then i have a contractor come back cut another hold. They're trained for both sides. My ceiling And then at one point the raccoon learn how to crawl around the whole part of our upstairs She learned where all of the ceilings connected and started leaving us lovely experimental presence That were running down our walls and i was. We didn't live up here from march so finally in july. Jeez my husband's set like late june. My husband went up on the roof and set a trap.

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"mike kids" Discussed on Dad Hard With A Podcast

Dad Hard With A Podcast

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"mike kids" Discussed on Dad Hard With A Podcast

"And I was opening up that helping my dad open up his cookie store. Seven years old in a guy walked into the store. And that's what we're doing. Be Selling cooking's and. Said nigger and cookies. Walked out, I never heard that word before and it. My father didn't explain to them. That was his way of dealing with He. He didn't WANNA. Give it power. So you so you dismissed it. And I never was taught about the racism more. The legs enrolling don't Dante on ninth grade Jewish girl that wrote about an hour. So offer carriage. All these things that came up against I was really plotted. And I feel like it was a good of a disservice by parents did. Not get where. They're coming from and so untorn. You're wanting to To be empowered with knowledge, so they can protect themselves and defend themselves and be aware while at the same time recognizing that they live their world. That's far scarier as former threats in the one I grew up in and and not wind burn them with one more thing so i. you know I it's it's tricky. It's tricky. I wanted my kids to come to the to rally with me. THEY WANNA go. They're scared. They see footage of things you know. Protest turned film answer. Or. They're worried about you know corona virus. Salaries for not wanting to go. You know it's your eleven year. Old Kid or Schwartz, says dot of scared. You go like you got to honor that. Absolutely. I'd like to be raising. Slam my nineteen year olds like Moscow. And so yeah, you pick your battles. Share stories with them. You know they you know. I look for windows in this woman does opportunity, and if I little window on Duchanan. Knowledge on them, but I recognize now I can't be searched. Piss you twenty four seven at this point in time. Have you shared that story that you just told me about about the your data and opening the computer? I've written a lot of stuff Ask you like my whole. Catalog with the my my albums or songs earn. Written in publishing places. It's all sort of A. Living breathing, you know You know Of My life, I Mike Kids serves dig into its there Some of it. They know about other towns. On the no I'm not rushing. Discover whenever it's on. My oldest daughter's been going through her grandmother's things. And sort of like you now looking at topside, family and so wonderful same age where he served WanNa know that. It's funny that you mention that not. It's actually not funny at all those terrible word to use, but it's that you mentioned that that was kind of your first. Experience with you had this experience with your dad when you're seven years old and this guy came in. Making cookies or whatever they got? Because I share the same type of a thing. We were making cookies, but I was also seven years old. My Dad went to go get the bottle apple juice and didn't come back for four and a half hours when he did, he was granted and dirty, because he got all got caught outside with cops came saw thought that he fit the description of somebody robbed grocery store right around the corner, and even despite the owner of the grocery store telling them that. This was the guy I know. This guy like this is not who it is distilled proceeded to to harass an. Rica's Ricky's face enclosing hands up against a gate, and meanwhile his seven-year-old son is sitting in the house. We're only in the corner so I'm. In Manhattan where either New York City, man. A big frigging apple I'm. Probably what ninety two ninety three. It was, and that was my first experience with racism. Also, it's interesting that you say that because I feel like as kids. Kids coming up and also I asked you the question on on how you're. You're dealing with with your kids because I feel like my generation, definitely because I know friends had had similar situations, they had to go through these processes themselves. Their parents didn't give them an education. The way that you're doing with your kids i. feel like that was the way. To Go, you know it was almost like you had to be initiated as a kid into. What Black People and African American? People and people color with in this country. Yourself in order to get that knowledge and understanding before having the conversation with your parents, so at least that was my experience. I seemed like. For you, you know what I mean. They're all getting doctrine. Yeah exactly. Unfortunately. But nobody's fantastic that you're that. You're really taking the time to educate and had these conversations with your kids in this day and age. It's just so important right now. I like wish. My daughter was older that I had so that I could talk to her about it. You know what I mean. She gets there absolutely but no man. This this been fantastic like I, said a million times I. Really appreciate you coming on. We're going to wrap up in a minute, but before I let you go. There are two questions that are asked every single guests that come on a show, so I'm going to throw them both at you. You know again. This is these are these are now selfish questions for me to learn how to be a dad myself. Which is why I talked to on pot, but the first question that I always ask is. What's just big? Your favorite experience as a father and I'm sure you have an interesting I mean definitely have an interesting circle of experiences given your profession and everything like that, but what's been your favorite experience or favorite thing about being a dad?.

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"mike kids" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

Trailer Junkies Podcast

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"mike kids" Discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast

"Him. I still do the things that need to be done to keep my son free knowing that if if your son made a mistake do leg jail for the mistake delaying do you know what do you. What do you do? Do you choose you choose justice over your flesh and blood you know your flesh and blood made a mistake maybe mistake. It's that great is beautiful. Gray area is explored this piece so it's legal versus ethical right in a lot of ways and and I thought the same as how he said you know. I needed to take off one hat for the other hat and I do that all the time and I tell people the same thing I take off my school psychologist had put on the Dad hat and I start screaming at my kids if I had the psychologist hat on. I would scream at them. But who has the patience for that? I felt like I go to work. I White Knuckled Day and then I get home and I could finally scream at people. You know. It's like I gotTa let loose so I completely understand what he's talking about. I mean it's it I mean I think the trump the trailer does a tremendous job setting the tone setting the presents. Were places you within the the the story. Lots of great actors. It looks amazing. I think for me. It's a little bit too heavy to sit and watch. I mean I. I can't I couldn't do it. It's too heavy too much. You know you either have kids who are grown or you. Don't have kids but when the kids are the age of your kids in this wheelhouse you know like I. I can't do it. I'm sorry I can't do it. It's too much to is to. It's too close to the realm of possibility. It's like yeah in your son daughter Mike Kids. You know my two boys. They could be riding their bikes in the neighborhood. And I mean anything can happen right anything. Yes yes and if all that's there is their word in a dead body. I mean you're hoping they're telling the truth and they very well may be telling the truth and they could be completely innocent and it could be anything that happened but who knows man like I just. I can't I couldn't go down this path. It would I would have the weirdest dreams after watching this and that was that.

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

Best of Both Worlds Podcast

09:09 min | 2 years 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. Especially if they're willing to to stay with

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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 kids" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"mike kids" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"He doesn't care about. Do you think your 'cause we have boys that are the same age? You think your son? What do you think they're looking at hardcore porn today, hardcore? Hardcore. I don't my son feels like he's seven. He just turned thirteen doesn't have any of that, in my daughter, God knows what she's. A weird sort of innocence about him, that I'm sure he's going to turn into an animal the next sixteen months. But for right now he doesn't. He's all kid doesn't not interested in girls. He's not interested in it's like personal parents sports stats stats. But here's I guess the question would be. What will that mean to them, like you're looking at through, Mr. skins thirteen year old is? Yes, there is our anything whenever whatever, like who cares. Like you think about it. Now, you're even when now that you can go on your phone, and look at whatever pornography, you want versus even when you had a DVD or something like it was a much bigger Cajun yak, then, like even at the ripe old age of fifty five like I'm sorta like so what it's too easy. It's, it's the relationship you have with eating out the fucking grub hub and the amount of times. Mike kids, eat out as ruined eating out like they don't care. It's a Tuesday. Remember was it big again because I know a little about your family history. But I tell my kids all the time I was never on a plane till I was in eighth grade. My kids have been all over the world now but it's also with eating out. We never ate out. It was. Such a big deal when the family went to a restaurant on Tuesday night, I'm paying the Bill. You gotta be kidding me. This is this is tonight's what we're paying for dinner tonight. It is different, but I think it's also socioeconomic, too. I would think I get it. But what I'm saying is isn't kind of joke on them in that nothing is special anymore. Like we used to have it was a big deal. Somebody's birthday, where eating out the last game of the peewee football season. And we're going to McDonald's, Mr Gallagher's vying coming. Imagine that being a major deal to my kids like going to McDonald's will the irony of it. All is all born out of love. You know what I mean? Like -ironically you want the best for your kids, you want to show them. Look. They want take them out to dinner to vacations whatever it is on the plane, and it's not it ends up being not special because it's, it's coming place. Yeah, as I said, fine. I think I could walk through. Any parking lot of any, any Costco, any place in the country, and I could tell you the cars that somebody paid for and saved up and bought themselves versus ones for their stepdad bottom the car because they'll be the trash, ius inside and outside, and that's sort of our relationship with stuff. It's not about the stuff. That's how we get stuff. All right. Let's not get too philosophic. Yeah. The book have you ever been approached by a celebrity and as to take it down, or knock it off? I know we've talked about this. I live in Chicago. So I'm not approached by many celebrities. Yeah. I mean we get emails, it's funny. I. We've always maintained this real positive vibe, like we don't cheek. Yeah. And it's like it's only stuff today. It's a database of nudity that actresses willingly appeared in. We don't hide in a tree, and take pictures and post them, I would never take someone's cell phone pics and post them at the website..

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"mike kids" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mike kids" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Round trip. When EBay shops, three days a week and picks up and by the time, yes, because I care of the babies and Mike kids is John lift food city, and the valley of the sun United way hope to continue the grocery access program beyond September first. Peter say more KTAR news is on the economy debate on the Republican proposed twenty twenty budget continues at the state capital, this week, valley, political expert, and former state Representative STAN Barnes tells KTAR be eleven point nine billion dollar budget has a chance of going all. The way with the Republicans are doing for the moment at least is trying to make it an all Republican budget. And that makes it even more difficult because any one Republican has a great Neil leverage over the other Lauren says there's a chance, this budget will pass as late as Saturday, a Phoenix. Police officers being recognized for going out of her way to help a woman whose car was burglarized, Phoenix police officer. Veronica Lumpkin says she didn't think twice about helping Darlene Anaya someone had taken her car's battery which Anaya had just bought for two hundred dollars. I thought from moment to myself, and I said, well, I got paid today, and if I pack my lunch for a couple of three weeks, then I can cover this battery Lumpkin drove to a nearby auto zone. Bought the battery and an employee helped her install it on. I assess she's very grateful that was one of the greatest things that ever happened to me, Griselda Tino, KTAR news and this morning. The Phoenix police foundation recognized Lumpkin with an outstanding community service award. All right. Time now for a check on the traffic..

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"mike kids" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"mike kids" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"All right. But anyway, I don't need the number. I just wanna parents, pissing me off. It's talk about parents, parents, basically, we're talking about sleep earlier. It's just a fact. Everything super good way or super negative way. So just like you should work on your sleep. We should work as a society quality of sleep quality apparent it's a good thing all the rise all the stuff. We talk about, including the crime and the bad schools. And the whatever Mike kids school is good because they have everyone has good. Parents in the school is good. The fucking box that they go to is the same as any other box any other kids Goto. It's a box with a fence around it. So fucking box with a fence around it in a bike, rack and a basketball court, it's the same as every other God damn school. The difference between the good versions of that. And the bad verse. Versions of that is I live in neighborhood with a bunch of intact families, and good mamas and good daddies, who take care of their kids and their kids. Don't do a lot of punching other kids, that don't do a lot of littering. They don't do all the stuff you don't want kids to do at school. Bullying other kids and all that kind of stuff. My son's friends. Don't get beat on by their dads. They have good dads. They have relationships with their dads. They don't have their dads. They don't live in fucking, Florida and never see them thus my son's friends are well mannered, and they treat each other nicely, and they treat adults nice, and they treat their classmates strangers nicely because they have intact family. The school itself a bunch of fucking stucco with a flat roof and offense. So what can we get the fuck over what the school is? We need more money. He has a shitty Dasgupta fucking library, and basketball is the same shit. I had has the same shit everybody has. And yes, eventually, you'll start getting better teachers to those schools because they don't wanna get stabbed in the neck with the fucking number two pencil, so they'll end up over there. But there's still a bunch of people that are willing to work for forty seven thousand. Dollars a year and tapped out of private industry, and they're not betting on themselves fine. And they have the same stupid ideas that my teachers had, it's the kids, but it's the parents, the parents are what create the kids, and then the schools have to teach in tain. The kids also by virtue of being good parents, they're involved in the school raising or helping our or whatever, whatever the school, you could give the school more money. It's not going to hurt, but fundamentally what you're dealing with the IRS population of kids that were traumatized that the bad schools, because of the fucking broken families, and kids, that aren't traumatize and how they interact. How trauma survivors interact with one another Vinnie difference, especially when you're eleven and you can't really control your impulses. Okay. Do I have to think of everything or somebody else, fucking Wade into the school with me and start discussing it here, twenty four th candidate for president to just get free lunch? All the traumatize kids, so that.

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"mike kids" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"mike kids" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"It comes to fifty five point nine percent forty six point nine percent are on free lunch. So you know with Kelly. You know, if we have have as a society, collectively sort of decided that schools need to be a place where kids can get lunch, then stop making them pay for just just provided. Yeah. Just just provide or go there. I always say stop providing for your own lunch. Celtel tell pair that you are responsible for kids have some food. I don't think that will fly a lot of you. Never crap. They call these days. I don't know. You know, people get all upset by that. So I think you know, I think I can safely to say that as a society we have collectively decided that it is that we want kids to have a meal at school. So just give it to them. Stop with this. You know, Alicarte crap. Mike kids racked up hundreds of dollars in school lunches because I had no idea. My and my wife had no idea that they had all of these crazy Alicarte options that you go, and you just wipe a card and it's adding to the balance so they're getting these gourmet muffins. Trees and lots of eighties and all this nonsense. I'm like what the hell is this doing in the school? This is no plate. They got a food court in there with all of these different options. Until I learned then realize that I didn't my kids were out there spending money like crazy. I don't think any of this is very every every day at public school. The lunch should be public. Just you bring in bring in all the food all table, everybody lying to take what you want. Everybody has to bring in a big big ever gonna bring a cavern. You gotta bring a casserole or anything worse than a potluck. Yo. Yeah. There's a lot of things. Pretty awful. I'm not a big fan of potluck cancer, definitely worse than all, right? Relatively speaking relatively about bringing a bunch of different foods. Is it always seems like a very pinkies up affair where everybody's trying to outdo. What another and and it just everything's. A question Mark on every dish. He's out gatherings. On the list, very.

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"mike kids" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:24 min | 3 years ago

"mike kids" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Some of the testimonials I've heard on some of your programs have sounded almost miraculous too. Good to be true. We're talking major diseases like hepatitis C cancer. I mean, really big huge things, and these wonderful people are claiming that balance of nature has actually helped them. I think it's important to note. And this was this is something that took me a long time to get. And when people there's lots of instances out there when someone has something horrible, and they have. Surgery or they or drag or something or you know, it they say, oh, Dr thank you, you cured me. And I just love this man because he cured me. But we need to remember the actually nothing cures anything except the body, and we can assist the body at doctor can remove the tumor a person can put in proper nutrition someone can get decent exercise. Whatever you can do all that. But if the end of the day is always the body that cures itself, always people who call into the office all calls recorded, and we just ask their permission to share it. That's where the success stories come from nothing. Nothing that we've solicited. I'd love to hear from some people who have ordered it taken it and seen results in their lives. Phil are you there? Yes. I I. Hi, how you doing this the Howard's? Yeah. This is Suzie. Dr howard. How are you? Doc, I doing great. Hi there. Phil, we're so glad you called in today to tell us how balance of nature has changed your life. Oh, yes. It's really, I'm a firm believer. He was saying to one of the girls that I'm farm believe it at God for us on this earth would only needed to keep us healthy and wealthy and all of that. And and to me, it's it's in the air. You know, the fruit and vegetables, and somehow we got away from that. And the fall Masud ical Culver and now back to fruit and vegetables again. And I think it's the best thing in the world. What are some of the the good positive side effects? Have you experienced from taking balance of nature? Well, I feel good. And you know, I just I put forty is in New York City fight apartment, and I didn't expect to make it past sixty and I just turned seventy nine in September. So taken balance of nature for a while. Before that as the take these smoothies. Mike kids said me take any smoothies, and they were good, you know. But I try to balance of nature's sounds and the people you have on that give testimonials they're very sincere. You can tell they're, you know, their it's really helped them a lot. And like, I say, I'm Jim three times a week and. And I say healthy my dog keeps me keep me up near you sleepy right now. Yeah. It's I just feel relatively you know, for my age in forty is FDA did take its toll. They can tell you that. But I try to go to the gym three times a week. And I take the balance of nature faithfully and so far so good. I would live long enough to see my two, great, grandchildren. Wow. That's. I survived nine eleven well and. I got I got. Lung cancer from nine eleven from ground zero down f- seven months that was west street commander, and they took it out in two thousand ten and you know, it should be by now. So everything is good. Everything's gravy. Now. Dr Howard, do you think that there is any correlation between the fact that Phil is eighty years old? He's a cancer survivor. He's taking..

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Digital media linked to depression in young adults

Markley and Van Camp

04:31 min | 3 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 kids" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:15 min | 3 years ago

"mike kids" 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 kids" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"mike kids" Discussed on The Working Experience

"If you have store if you want career advice, if you have stories about a really a bad commute a terrible, boss. We'd love to hear him. We'd love to talk about them on air. You could either just Email us the story or you could. Record the story on your voice memo or similar voice recording device app on your injured phone and just send them into us and give us your name and your location, and we will read them on the air. And also if you could kindly share this podcast with all your friends on social media if you enjoy it. So you help to us to get the word out and spread the love of the working experience in were actually in the process of making up some tee shirts. Is that correct? Matt. Oh, you're my all. Yeah. I are stylish t-shirts shirts. Let me tie. When I ordered the myself. Well, I am on my fifth mortgage of my house, and I'm going to going to buy maybe a hundred thousand t shirts. These things are gonna sell like good cake. This is your only way out of the financial hole that he dug for yourself. Pull I'm Mike kids unload. She shirts from the from the trucks and be like, I'm going to be like aid. You know, there's no pressure or anything. But. If daddy doesn't sell these t shirts, you're not going to college not while have them. Bring him to school in solemn at school. You know, really wanna be I just want to be completely transparent about the entire process while this is this is about your your family who's probably falling into a pit of despair. This is about your seventh seventh moneymaking scheme, maybe eight. No, we're we're well into the double digits of the seventh. We are deep genie deep deep. Jimmy. This is the one. This is the one t shirts, and she's weeping into the so. Just this ridiculous design. No the truck pulls up. Everybody loves t shirts. What are you talking about way look around now, but he can wear a t shirt. I know you said you didn't wanna hear the word refinance again. Ellen Talon you are right. It's an example. It's not a gamble. It's shirt. Is this is a sure thing it's you know, it's funny because the guy in who've talked about in Ray Kroc in that movie, the McDonald's movie the founder, yes, he was really like that, you know. And I guess he had to endure some ridicule and things like that. And and that is you know, the real kind of difference between people like him who will put it out there for five six twelve times. And you know, they have a thick skin. And you know, people wanna make fun of you and whatnot when you're trying something happens to, you know, to everybody like I was reading about Newt Gingrich who great book called red and blue America as it goes back into the seventies. And then tries to hit that point where we. We really became very tribal Listrik in terms of politics, -ociety, red and blue America. And it'd be pinpoints with Newt Gingrich and new Gingrich was like just ridiculed laughed at in disrespected by all of his colleagues when he first arrived in congress. And then it became speaker of the house, and it was like all the sudden people had, you know, sit up and take notice. Yeah. It is those people who are willing to go out there and make the t shirts and promote their podcast Duan. I'm gonna use that that Newt Gingrich story with my wife definitely managers going to the hammer down. You are Niagara JR. You tell I am that Gingrich. That's that's exactly we gotta we gotta focus met focus on. Right. The. So let me have a little let me get a little shoutout to the the places called Susie S U S. I got a little more information from them. But they're the people are doing the t shirts and die a little shop and brain noon, and there for a very long time, and they also do art and things like that. So we'll do a little profile on them. But we were going to talk about these I guess businesses. And this is what they must hire business consultants for is to kinda come up with the optimal workspace. So their workers are happy productive..

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"mike kids" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"mike kids" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"You know, we hate previews around here. We don't do very much in the way of prediction radio. Even when the football games are big. So I don't love this question on highly questionable, which is a force because we have to make content to talk about the games, which on would you rather have this weekend McVeigh or Payton as a great question, man. Head is. So a question. I mean, I mean can you to just the baseline that is not intellectually stimulating. I gonna make what now this. You don't think that's a great question? Aiden? No. You gotta go there. Dan's mind. Let me try this. And otherwise, Dan who you got. You got. Got that. Amine doesn't taste the difference between frozen yogurt and soft serve he thinks they're the same. He can't tell Billy had the controversial opinion earlier this week that frozen yogurt is better Royal, thank you, Billy. I'm so tempted to kick you out on just no, no, I'm not going to do it because I'm overdoing that we're short handed. I'm overdoing that. But why can't you tell the difference between frozen yogurt and ice cream? It gets even worse than that, Mike kids. I've just taught them that. It's all ice cream. I take to the froyo place and say, we get an ice cream. Why are you lying to them? Because it just doesn't make sense. The kind of first of all I fear that I would tell them. It's frozen yogurt. They won't like it for you. What kind of Fatah are you, man? You don't need to know, the difference to be honest with you like, you don't need to know the difference. I didn't know the difference for a long time when I'm fine. I'm perfectly normal person. And I didn't know the difference. The thing that I wanted to talk to you guys about because I thought that would go somewhere, but it kind of died on Billy's lap was the fire festival. Oh, okay. So not what you got. It didn't die on your lap billing. Now, let's talk about the fire festival. Fire fest. Go ahead and go ahead and carry it, again, even though I believe it to be a parachute that has sunk into the seat sort of gathering water and that parachute. Get back up in the air. Go ahead and see if you can get that back in the air frozen yogurt and ice cream while soft serve I'm assuming you're talking about the machine dispenses the ice cream. Yeah. So what is the difference? That's not realize scream. Well, what realize stuff Stuff. you You scoop? scoop meta the bulls. I mean every going the thing, and they got that you can get free samples because they got there all over the place of free samples at the at the froyo place. I'm not a fan of samples people abuse that I should not a fan of free sample. I'm not a fan of the abuse of free samples. I'm here waiting. I know what I want. Listen. It's the same thing.

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"mike kids" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"mike kids" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"You know, we hate previews around here. We don't do very much in the way of prediction radio. Even when the football games are big. So I don't love this question on highly questionable, which is a force because we have to make content to talk about the games, which Sean would you rather have this weekend McVeigh or Peyton a great, quite man? Head is. So a question. I mean, I mean, can you do just the baseline that is not intellectually stimulating. I go make what no no this. You don't think? That's a great question. Hayden. No. You gotta go there before Dan's mind. Let me try this another way, Dan who you got. You got. Got that. Amine doesn't taste the difference between frozen yogurt and soft serve he thinks they're the same. He can't tell Billy had the controversial opinion earlier this week that frozen yogurt is better Royal, thank you billing. I'm still tempted to kick you out on just no, no, I'm not going to do it because I'm overdoing that we're short handed. I'm overdoing that. But why can't you tell the difference between frozen yogurt and ice cream? It gets even worse than that, Mike kids. I've just taught them that it's all ice cream. I take them to the froyo place and say, we get an ice cream. Why are you lying to them? Because it just doesn't make sense. The kind of first of all I fear that tell them. It's frozen yogurt. They won't like it for you. What kind of Fatah? Are you man? You don't need to know, the difference to be honest with you like, you don't need to know the difference. I didn't know the difference for a long time. And I'm fine. I'm a perfectly normal person. And I didn't know the difference. The thing that I wanted to talk to you guys about because I thought that would go somewhere, but it kind of died on Billy's lap was the fire festival. Oh, okay. So not what you got. It didn't die on your lap billing. Now, let's talk about the fire festival. Fire fest. Go ahead and go ahead and carry it, again, even though I believe it to be a parachute that has sunk into the seats gathering water and that parachute. Get back up in the air. Go ahead and see if you can get that back in the air f- frozen yogurt, and I scream while soft serve I'm assuming you're talking about the machine dispenses the ice cream. Right. Yeah. So what is the difference? That's not realize scream what realize stuff you scoop, meta the bowls. I mean, like every going the thing, and they got that you can get free samples because they got there all over the place if we samples at the at the froyo place. I'm not a fan of samples people abuse that I should not a fan of free sample. I'm not a fan of the abusive free samples. I'm here waiting. I know what I want. Listen. It's the same thing.

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"mike kids" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:49 min | 3 years ago

"mike kids" 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 kids" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"mike kids" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

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