12 Burst results for "PTA Parent Teacher Association"

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on More Content Talk

More Content Talk

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on More Content Talk

"Obey because that's what helped me right. That's how i got. Were i am just kissing and licking ass. That's how i got. Just just open your mouth in. Put your tongue on their asshole and you'll have millions of dollars in no time. Well not everyone is going to do it. And so what's the point sending these kids right. We've already bid and you've already doomed to a life of mediocrity anyway. What's the point of sending them there so that it can be more mediocre than the other mediocre kids. I don't know. I don't know but it's pretentious and it's it's nonsensical because now we've had promises for both the biden and the trump administration's that these schools would follow protocol that they would protect the teachers at all cost. And what are they doing there. I i see it all the time. They allow these kids. Just come in there. They don't have mask on. You know you hear all kinds of reports from teachers how they had their mask on when they came in the morning than taking them off throughout the day. Not everyone has had vaccines by far. I think the last. I said twenty. Five percent of the nation has vaccinated. What is wrong with you people. It's gonna start another spread community spread. We have community spread in michigan in. It's going to come here to again. It's just arrogance so the teachers are still striking and they're going to continue to strike especially the teachers in the union and the teachers do not have unions are going to quit. And then you're gonna be left with your dick in your hands and you get a little bit of a real fucking asshole. Then you're going to be forced to pay teachers more. And then you really gonna be up shit's creek because you don't have the money to do it your to cheat and pta parent teacher associations. They're not gonna do anything about giving teachers more money. You already lost twenty five percent a quarter of last year's teachers that they've already moved on to other professions including me gone. I'm never going back. And i guarantee there are many many teachers like that. Who have just been so disgusted by the cova pandemic and how they were treated and how they just had to suck it up and be a hero even though when you become a teacher. You're not you're not an athlete. You're not trying to be a hero. You're not a politician. You become a teacher because you want a secure job. They even get the met. You're gonna be left with a very reduced teaching force and remember when when your child your your you know you with your rich ass. You got all this money and you can't find a school that that won't have less than fifty students per class Apart from these very expensive schools that are teaching leg you know christian theocracy would. You can't find that. Don't complain because you brought it on yourself. That is that that should shock and terrify you. Twenty five percent of last year's teachers are gone. Never teach again. What is the future of your student in such a system. And why do you continue to be so selfish. Those are the things that you should ask yourself are at everyone. Thank you so much for joining us here on more content. Talk if you'd like you can go ahead and subscribe to our show you or youtube channel. You can also sponsor us on anchor You can also check us out on instagram. More content to look and you can also follow us on more underscore content p. l. s. on twitter Have a wonderful day evening night. Whatever remember you should really be nicer to teachers. Because if you don't you're screwing over yourself in your kids take it easy..

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"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

Inform Me Podcast

07:48 min | 6 months ago

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

"You'll find has mustard on what we tim. That'd be dull. You drink but not really the door butts now dewitt and take on the stunt. They're not teach them like that. So because back you say these children and a half you meets up with all that children. I will call us. It'd be dodger to me why they know they partake distant. The all our schools. You will help this or that children to meet up. And everybody will come out. Brilliant madonna as as she the expensive. And you know also this item four within is to seek to To for us to consider especially when would implement these Book from the angle of your question your sanity. We graffiti as years go feet due to mature a these things. Work out by a very large scoop. Manny do want to make Three look at right. Now you know as agadi more pinup the secret cecile. Guest was gaddafi beauts bid schools build schools and then then you can give us example of what would only exist for yemen already then eco-tax. 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The mitchell. say no no illegal material philadelphia. Dusko whatever they every hour before school starts before concludes that was quick to make you who scoop admit when illinois bimbo sleep even if nothing can be paris-based wants more budget piji. When i put people are on this group they check so that's all this biblical smoke as book. A mucketty leg with marketing insights. That it would have come to call things. I say tell it. The we just have clashed. We just row rantzau won't be the actual resume the pta parents teachers association. So the goal the go open. Take this money this money to get a give this people who were beef as opposed to a coffee body hip black now. You won't be this package. What are you chop psychosis. Grace bishop executives. The next julia. Most that's not arrow because guests kuwaiti. My city no one's iphone video that distinct com bull the outside now almost those being now they. We may dania markets through everything. Don't buy for the compound for the school compound. Going back of the school solves the classroom. We're blessed are doing dot. Say the new. Yes take on schools democracy going. You're going to be the this mock the gutter for that any day. At digby on show on my brother is see with this seat spoil everywhere you took our communities also get not to because as a community school with your community school. That's a pta meeting with. They do then. It's off the people's most more money will be the p bruins they use them. Warning faints. this compound pulled security for the squad. security levels could not be gathered. Yes sir this they would use onto in maintain is not this is fantasy even when they got this money. Then not pass the manja disappear when you ask them. They'll talk story or this now the money we just want to maintain the school down which before no they gotta on for communities are year for old all the time when community they westwood community. The community leader go mic beauty house. Give any teacher will be this idiot. Today's made out the deal from devolve home re house. Mickey d's teachers fees you talk bugs your own risk the headmaster how this go any challenge again it. Lets us new for the community. They will discuss some. The goal is that they follow up to michelle. See everything they go on with children. Do okay the on shop shop this one. I talked about discussion and then the training for the teachers shop shop. One minute yup. Did you see many many a time. We look at the depress to bed projects. On how would they go about the be digital digitization of education so calling these liquid us they do as specimen you'll discover. I say today good on that original. They monitor all teacher. Would i make you give an ipod. Then denby monitoring for ministry it really.

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"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

05:45 min | 11 months ago

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Go to peacock teepee DOT COM download in sought streaming map well. So. Kelly and Elizabeth there in a car and Kelly is She's GonNa be moving to what's called. Think the port streets is that what they called it. And those like fancy fancy neighborhood and is talking about Joe, Lee saying how like? Julius. I'm not all mom. She says like you don't even go to PTO meetings go to the PTO. Meetings where you go and discuss how you have paid time off, right? Yeah. We're not parents I guess that means now that I look at it. A is supposed to be what is supposed to be. What is it? PTA, parent. Teacher Association maybe this PG parent teacher organization or something I. Don't know maybe they've changed it over the years. It sounds very like war in the Middle East. You know one of those things you hear like he was working with the PTO and then they got bombed quit the hell are we talking about here? It could be that too I wouldn't be surprised if Kelly wound up in that organization we're working. I'm not talking about the. The booze. Too. So. They get to the restaurant and they're meeting GINA and Elizabeth Way A. Little. BITs. With Gi was already with her. Okay. So Emily Elizabeth there's so many like white girls from church names in this so I'm getting them confused very easily. So they sit down and he was like, Oh my God you look so different with your head down Elisabeth I mean, you look pretty I mean not that you when your hand was up you weren't pretty. Different like pregnant like attractive like someone be friends with now I mean like not perform but link it looks pretty now only gone home. Just Scorer I I caught some cried hair off another have gray hair. I was told I would get brown back after the divorce which are making tons of money from tons of money from the poor you. What is burnt? Even do like well, can't talk about. A gag order like an actual gag order like if someone to talk to me about. Who that was acting. Thank you very much. But I'll tell you this go to trial. We're go to trial and genius like what do ex well and Kelly. What does he do your eggs and Kelly he's Norwegian. Autoshop Kelly. Moron for someone who can talk about divorce damage she talks about a law shit or get off the pot..

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"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss myths and Mystery Syam, your host Kit crump today, the Bohemian Grove and a little bit about secret societies. Perhaps, you belong to a club some time in your life maybe the girl Scouts or cub scouts I was a cub scout many clubs have rules and regulations that go no further than the halls were the members gather like the elks however organizations like the PTA Parent Teacher Association can affect schools, school districts therefore students the reach and impact of. These organizations are limited and generally they're intent is not secret records of meetings of the scouts, elks in the PTA and many other clubs are available to the public. But there are many secret societies out there Yale's skull and bones founded in eighteen thirty two and has had both bushes Teddy Roosevelt and his cousin Franklin as members but a complete list of members is difficult to acquire and the intent of the club impossible to know Dan there is the barbarian aluminum. An lighten era secret society founded may first seventeen seventy, six. The BILDERBERG group is so secret that is considered by many to be a shadow world most secret societies, clubs and organizations so far flung with headquarters in different cities around the world. But the Bohemian Grove is located on two thousand, seven hundred privately owned acres located in Monte Rio California and established eighteen seventy two security at the grove is year round ex-military hired to keep out the curious high end equipment including thermal night vision cameras, and motion detectors are used. As. Part of the sophisticated detection and alarm system, they have ceremonies with strange names like the yearly cremation of care ceremony. It was revealed by a California judge during a discrimination suit brought against that grow by the California Department of Fair Employment and housing over the club's refusal to hire women when the judge that issued decision in favor of the club's practice of not hiring women stated the club members urinated in the open and that hiring women would alter the members behavior odd ceremonies and members strange conduct aside members like those. Of Yale are rich and powerful pictures of President Reagan and Nixon indicate they were members. Also, the Grove is particularly famous for a Manhattan Project Planning Meeting this took place there in September of Nineteen, forty two, which subsequently led to the atomic bomb those attending this meeting include Ernest, Lawrence j Robert, Altman Heimer, the s one executive committee heads such as presidents of Harvard Yale and Princeton along with representatives of standard, oil general, electric as well as various military officials. All members at the time oppenheimer was not an s one member. Although Lawrence, an open heimer hosted the meetings grow members take particular pride in this of and often relate the story to new attendees. However, other behavior at this famous campground has led to numerous claims and even some parody in popular culture. One such documented example was former president Richard Nixon's comments on May Thirteenth Nineteen seventy-one recording the Bohemian Grove which I attended from time to time. It is the most Fag God damn thing you could ever imagine now that's a quote from Richard, Nixon was recorded may thirteen nine, hundred, seventy one. Author, Brad Meltzer hosted a program for the history channel. It was called history coded. He hosted a team of three and during one episode sent to to infiltrate the Hebron. Grove. With the disastrous result, they were all arrested. Bohemian Grove was produced here at night owl sounds studio and brought to you by Sharon Bauer. Internationally, recognized psychic and medium and author of the Book Life Eternal. Love. Immortal. This chrome. Thanks for listening..

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The Club

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:57 min | 1 year ago

The Club

"Welcome to kiss myths and Mystery Syam, your host Kit crump today, the Bohemian Grove and a little bit about secret societies. Perhaps, you belong to a club some time in your life maybe the girl Scouts or cub scouts I was a cub scout many clubs have rules and regulations that go no further than the halls were the members gather like the elks however organizations like the PTA Parent Teacher Association can affect schools, school districts therefore students the reach and impact of. These organizations are limited and generally they're intent is not secret records of meetings of the scouts, elks in the PTA and many other clubs are available to the public. But there are many secret societies out there Yale's skull and bones founded in eighteen thirty two and has had both bushes Teddy Roosevelt and his cousin Franklin as members but a complete list of members is difficult to acquire and the intent of the club impossible to know Dan there is the barbarian aluminum. An lighten era secret society founded may first seventeen seventy, six. The BILDERBERG group is so secret that is considered by many to be a shadow world most secret societies, clubs and organizations so far flung with headquarters in different cities around the world. But the Bohemian Grove is located on two thousand, seven hundred privately owned acres located in Monte Rio California and established eighteen seventy two security at the grove is year round ex-military hired to keep out the curious high end equipment including thermal night vision cameras, and motion detectors are used. As. Part of the sophisticated detection and alarm system, they have ceremonies with strange names like the yearly cremation of care ceremony. It was revealed by a California judge during a discrimination suit brought against that grow by the California Department of Fair Employment and housing over the club's refusal to hire women when the judge that issued decision in favor of the club's practice of not hiring women stated the club members urinated in the open and that hiring women would alter the members behavior odd ceremonies and members strange conduct aside members like those. Of Yale are rich and powerful pictures of President Reagan and Nixon indicate they were members. Also, the Grove is particularly famous for a Manhattan Project Planning Meeting this took place there in September of Nineteen, forty two, which subsequently led to the atomic bomb those attending this meeting include Ernest, Lawrence j Robert, Altman Heimer, the s one executive committee heads such as presidents of Harvard Yale and Princeton along with representatives of standard, oil general, electric as well as various military officials. All members at the time oppenheimer was not an s one member. Although Lawrence, an open heimer hosted the meetings grow members take particular pride in this of and often relate the story to new attendees. However, other behavior at this famous campground has led to numerous claims and even some parody in popular culture. One such documented example was former president Richard Nixon's comments on May Thirteenth Nineteen seventy-one recording the Bohemian Grove which I attended from time to time. It is the most Fag God damn thing you could ever imagine now that's a quote from Richard, Nixon was recorded may thirteen nine, hundred, seventy one. Author, Brad Meltzer hosted a program for the history channel. It was called history coded. He hosted a team of three and during one episode sent to to infiltrate the Hebron. Grove. With the disastrous result, they were all arrested.

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"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Com. All right because gun talk. About twelve guns ammo opted. Store gun safe out to be a responsible gun over how to shoot well how to yes defend yourself with a firearm which means gun fighting? You know. Term Gun fighting gun is really. Fight. Is the operative word? We'll talk a bit about that in about thirty minutes. We'll be talking with an expert about what was. What should you do if you get into the middle of one of these protests? The drive along somehow you ended up in the middle one of these things people are beaten on your car and trying to smash out your windows. What do you do? How do you go about it? What's the deal? Talk to a real pro about that. We have a lot of other very interesting things going on today. We're GONNA. Be talking about a new APP. It's going to help you perhaps. not, run, a foul of the law as you carry your pocket knife. From state to state. Yeah, no sounds crazy, but. It happens when people get arrested for having a pocket knife of all things. And then we got this crazy story. How gun control groups are invading PTA meetings. Yes. PTA Parent Teacher Association. GOINT. When parents come through these PTA meetings, there's spokesperson there from the MOMS demand. Action. Pretending that they're not. And they're handing out goofy. Little gun locks don't really work. And they're saying with the gun. Fifty people. And then what was really interesting in this one? I'm reading this article. They spokesperson says well. Yes, this actually this. Or they call it the beast smart to program. It was actually created by the MOMS demand action. Bloomberg created gun ban group. But, also we're working in conjunction with. The National Sport Shooting Foundation. Got It wrong. It's national shooting. Sports Foundation which. Would, I saw that wait what since? I sit on the governing board of the national. Shooting Sports Foundation and of course no NSF is not partnering. With the moms demand action or every town for gun, safety or any of the Bloomberg gun ban groups of course not. It was a lie. But what was interesting? Was the messaging. To parents. And what they did at these meetings. At its core, the messaging is how do we shame gun owners? Well We, ask them. Do! You have guns in your house. When our kids may be going over to play at their house. How do you store your guns? And they actually had them practice with each other doing this. Cost play. And they're actually practicing asking each other. Do you have guns? How do you store your guns as though you would have any idea that's safe? This is what's going on. It's going on. It places that you are simply not aware. This is what happens when you have. Billions of dollars to pour into gun, control and gun confiscation gun bans. When you have Bloomberg, it says yeah, here's a hundred Oh. Yeah, here's another one hundred here. Here's another hundred million. And then hire quite frankly some very smart people. And you turn them loose. And they say we will infiltrate the schools. We will be talking to the mothers. We won't be putting programs in the schools to that. Go before the children. To make them understand. That, they need to be frightened of guns. Not Educated about frightened of them, and they really shouldn't hang around with the kids from families who own guns. Gun Shaming. Why would you expect any different? We've got the whole deal going on. Right now and we have. Oh my gosh. The. I. Don't even say protests the riots. The riots going on. In Minneapolis the city council voted unanimously to disband. Not The fun. Disband the police department. But then immediately several of the council members. Hired private firms to do personal security for them using taxpayer dollars, so let's see we get rid of the police who were there to protect everyone and of course city council members, and then immediately because they said well, we've been threatened. Now we're going to hire private security. And let you the taxpayers. Pay For it. Why we're telling you. You can't have police protection anymore. We're doing away with the police. You're utterly. On Your own. But I'm special you see because. I'm on the city council. Understand that I'm important, so I will use your money to protect me, but I'll still hold onto your money all the taxes you paid. Oh, yeah! We're not giving it back to you. We're going to defend the police. We're going to disband the police. We're GONNA keep your money and we're gonNA use that money for me, personally have. Private Security. I think. People are getting to the point where they're gonNA have had. Quite enough. Of this whole thing. Have you reached that point yet. Numbers eight six six tall gun. Let's go talk to Joe. Line four out of St Port Louisiana Hello Joe. What's on your mind, sir? With these great ammo price, we had the last couple of years I really much shooting, but now we're trending back for their almost double. What my? Path so much shooting is getting ready to take a serious brock. And I'm curious. What drills are you? GonNa do with one hundred grounds or two hundred. Eight how're you remember? Yeah. That's a great question. I mean. Here's the deal. ammo is much more expensive. It's fifty percent more if not one hundred percent more than it was six months ago. And harder to get so I I. Get your point. I go back to her back when I was learning to play golf, I was a serious golfer for a while. I don't do that very much anymore. But I remember. The pros and the instructors saying something that really stuck with me. They said never hit a practice shot. That, you don't have a plan for that. There's a reason for hitting that very shot where you get over the ball. What are you trying to do? What are you trying to accomplish with this practice shut? Why don't we apply that to our shooting and rather than go on out there and. May, Be Bank. How about drawn Shit one shot. Or draw and shoot two shots. What am I working on? Am I working hard? Focus on the front sight. Am I working on the trigger press? Maybe swapping out making sure you get a dozen rounds and doing some ball and dummy drills where you're mixing the dummy rounds in with their loaded around and that way when it goes, Click, if that multiple dip slow and right are low in left when you're right handed. That you know that you are flinching. I think Joe. The drill is to simply have a plan for every single shot.

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"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I've seen some wonderful things on facebook and elsewhere about kids visiting through the windows of the nursing home where their mom lives and things like that. Any thoughts about Titties children. That are crossed your desk and these couple of weeks or that kind of thing is to keep them also focused on this greater good. Well when I always loved we had time was table games. My my kids love monopoly. I like scrabble but You Know Table Games. Card Games and just Family Activities I'm sure people watch a lot of television. But in the to the extent that that Parents and kids can engage activities other than sitting on the couch watching television. That's a good thing to my kids have been having fun. Doing zoom calls with their grandparents out. There needs to know how to set up zoom call. Justa hit me up on a help good. Yeah that's a really good idea. I think kids writing notes to their grandparents and and posting them and things like that which I think are wonderful I know you've got a busy day in front of you but before we close. I wanted to just ask you about your recommendations to the women's Listening here because you've been such a great community organizer as well as elected official all these years. Your thoughts on things people can do while. They're at home and social distancing that can further the political and community work. They're doing so. I'm a teacher by profession. A big believer in reading And as all of you who listen to this podcast. Rebecca's the author of voter in which is a great book. The handbook for people who are for women who are looking for an opportunity to serve and I I would recommend Doing a little reading. And you know you can always you can always talk to people on the phone Kinda I I'm encouraging people to keep their networks together. You know talk to your friends talk to your family. We don't want people to be Isolated because they're sheltering in place. I think that's really critical especially for our seniors. We don't want people who are confined to their apartments to be isolated there which means that you can call them. You can text them. You consume them as your children are doing Kelly. It's important that everybody stay in touch and Especially those of us who are who are able bodied. Stay in touch with with those who may be frail or elderly or challenged physically and I saw. I think we're GONNA put those of you listening. We're going to add some links to the end of this Podcast with Tony About resources for you for working at home not only with your family on behalf of your family but doing your community work how you can keep working on behalf of candidates and causes that you care about so do look pretty bad I WanNa just turn to Kelly because some final thoughts she have to ask Tony and then we will close and thank her and ask her to share information from Cook County about where we go to learn more as we need to. Yeah just wondered attorney if you could just you know at a plug for people might not be thinking about running for office right now in this moment during a crisis but I you know I think we're we're going to eventually someday be out of this moment in need to be thinking about getting people into office who who can help in these sorts of crises but also just stay today a so if you could encourage the women who are listening. I in the idea of a running for office especially executive office. Well you know I always tell people if you think you're interested in politics. Pick a candidate and work in a campaign you know. Every campaign is looking for volunteers May Not necessarily be glamorous work but you'll get to see from the inside. You know what? Campaigning is like and while it's different being a candidate staffer. You really do get a sense of campaigns. If you work in them taught I encourage anybody. Who's interested in public office to work in a campaign for a candidate believing it's It's eliminating and it's it's it's critical. Dr Democracy that that folks step up and support candidates they believe in so. That's the first thing second thing is I mean don't Don't count out your experience. I mean a lot of women are leaders in their their PTA parent teacher association or their leaders in their church or their they. They've organized a Park Advisory Council you know all of those kind of activities are good preparation for public service. Sometimes I think we think that you know what it takes to be. An effective elected officials having gone to Law School. But in my view in my view you know what's more important is being part of a grassroots organization. That's working to make change in your neighborhood. So you know and lots of ways as I said to to do that. School Church Religious Institution Just community activities. Those kinds of experiences are really really helpful. When you'RE GONNA run for office first of all they put you in touch with a network of folks who share your convictions and your beliefs and secondly you know they give you an opportunity to take on leadership roles and in ways that are beneficial to your community. So I you know I. I encourage people first of all the work in political campaigns and secondly to get involved in their in their neighborhoods in one way or another. No lots of ways. As I suggested to do that thank you so much for sharing needs minutes with us today. before we close as I said is there any For further information given the fact that we're in the.

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"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Where you try to get deeper into a number of the issues that we discussed on the show we also have full social coverage on virtually all social channels that you could imagine at and why C. B. D. official including our you tube station so take a look if you'd like on you too all right let's move the first segment of our show cannabis in the tri state plus one and let's begin in New York last Tuesday I headed up to great Barrington Massachusetts and went to visit scenery wellness a marijuana dispensary located in the Berkshires as many of you know I had a house in the upstate and I happen to love great Barrington so I kind of went up there just to kind of see how things were going when I arrived at the dispensary there was already a line out the door we'll have a day that was a thirty in the morning yes in a lot of them by the way I think I think they're off and running out of cannabis by one o'clock in the afternoon damn the legal dispensaries about forty five minute drive from Albany and six miles from the border all of New York a quick glance at the license plates in the parking lot on this particular day showed that just about every customer had come from New York where cannabis as you all know remains illegal for adult gives I talked with Michael Lawton who makes the drive here about once a month from Schenectady he says he has been using cannabis as a replacement for the sleeping meds his doctor has recommended I would say forty percent of our customers are coming from New York or Connecticut said one of the sales folks at the dispensary this is apparently building since it opened a year ago even with a twenty percent tax there in the last year they've done roughly forty million dollars in volume out of a single dispensary right just on the recreational side alone now when I say the recreational side in Massachusetts there dispensaries that can be medicinal only or medicinal plus recreational so we're just talking about the recreational side alone let me put that in perspective a typical dispensary in an adult you state call that Colorado Michigan Oregon etcetera does roughly eight to twelve million dollars annually right in adults sales so here's an operation that's doing three to four times that that includes about two hundred thousand unique customers from all over the globe as well as virtually every state to come through there adding to the Massachusetts cannabis control commission last year the first full year of legal marijuana sales for which data was available dispensaries did four hundred and thirty million dollars in business resulting in about a seventy one million dollar incremental tax revenue for the Commonwealth that number is expected to grow higher in the coming years and New York estimates about three hundred million per year if it was legalized in the empire state because that's gonna disappoint all those people in great Barrington and a few of the other cities that are out there right on the border because all this volume of coming across the state line might actually come to an end in two thousand and fifteen New York approved a medical marijuana program but it was very controlled the program does not allow the drug to be smoked at all which is the most common form of ingesting it that is why Lawton said he won't and roll when he would repeat that he won't and role in new York's program in the state comes to Massachusetts with all the problems with vape pens and everything in the past few months I'm really reluctant to try anything that is manufactured because you're really don't know what's in it he said I want to go to Jeremy from in on this and just get his perspective you're gonna hear quite a bit more from him as we progress the show but Jeremy what are your thoughts on this gentleman who literally is going across the state line to get flowered cannabis because he's concerned about buying it New York because they don't allow flower purchases your thoughts I think he has a great point I would support him in his trip all right governor Andrew Cuomo said this another from slips I don't know how many of you have listened every show but we don't think every week it's hard not to because after all is the governor of New York where the show was out of and my friend here is constantly providing that wonderful reinforced so when he goes to the voting booth this year I also know what you're about to say which is really make the way in how do you know what I'm about to say have you read my mind I've read the prop you've read the prep that's astounding right after thirty eight weeks you're finally reach out I'm so excited to hear that all right so let's go back to the governor Andrew Cuomo said this week if marijuana doesn't get legalized in the budget due April one he doesn't think it will get done at all as is or both the Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart cousins says she believe its prospects of getting done this year are about as good as last year's when lawmakers couldn't come up to terms and the issue fell off the table but that doesn't sound very good to me I don't know New York seems to keep struggling on this issue it's really quite surprising since all the states around us are rapidly moving towards adult use state senator Peter Parker of Democrat from Westchester county said the marketplace has spoken so it's time we tax this and could put the money to social good Mister Harkin was one of several democratic senators who last year were reluctant to embrace cannabis legislation in recent months Mister Markham said he too had travel to Massachusetts where marijuana is sold in retail stores and found Hey guess what quote the sky is not falling close quote all right let's move on despite a recent Siena college research institute poll which showed support for legalizing marijuana was it hovering around sixty percent in New York the New York state PTA parent teachers association which represents schools parents of course all over the state said quote we're in the middle of the vaping an opioid epidemic and to add another drug makes no sense at all to us close quote so obviously the battle lines are being drawn and they've been drawn for some time so we'll just have to wait and see where this thing ends up all right let's move on to New Jersey another interesting politically bound situation medical cannabis patients roles continue to grow to more than sixty seven thousand patients in New Jersey the state has reduced the mandated number of doctor visits from.

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"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"One wearing a yellow surgical mask. I had made sign on his back reading. Caution I have the corona spray. Lysol helping the the items clothing and produce Juliet police say Walmart estimates seventy three hundred dollars worth of produce was lost. The cleanup was more than twenty four hundred ends dollar. I saw according to these customers confronted the men still. They got away and were last seen leaving the parking lot and a white GMC Yukon Authority. Already say they don't believe anyone at the Walmart was exposed to the coronal boxes. So I just you know it really got me. Was this image image of him with a tape. Don't sign I have grown a virus. It's like look at this. You didn't even know that the help rank process behind that. They think it's funny before they leave the house like it's so lame as the thing. Yeah did they record it because they must have been for you too. Yeah must've been as the prank. You still spraying everything with Lysol. It doesn't that's already like an issue before doing the corona virus stuff. I think the problem. What is Li- saw as an anti infective entertaining so yeah so you're not supposed to eat that on apples for thick so The promise that you got these these really dumb people that Wanna put videos news on Youtube. They're just so dumb they don't know about idea man. That's you know that's to me. That's one of the saddest things where like obviously these guys like that was so fucking dumb. And it's pathetic. I just I feel bad that anyone would. I just makes such a pathetic decision like they must I mean I think you can really unpack unpack. That they must have their loved. Yeah have to be in love to go into a grocery store and do that radio did you do that. Ah I can't get over the interview with that guy again. Yes there's phases so dead so he's watching wearing a beanie but yes oh shut up to him. I resent that it seems like he probably enjoys this in some way though. Yeah and he has talked about it. I love how he goes. I may have like. He's trying to be all legal bro. It's the aftermath aftermath. What Potok says look at supposed to be really hard for a fight from province I might have said this is is the capital. The lawyer said I don't feel too. Well what made you WanNa do that. Well it was It was really just to create a viral video. Think he's confessing so it's weird forthcoming. It seems like a whole rescue. He's confessing to the police or something. It was a separate interview before this one. I think it was that night where he's in his hotel. Hal Room and very briefly. I think he's like Dad. Opens the door and clear and he says like off camera like they just came in as in like the media's just in here that's why I'm talking talking to them it's like no you let them be happy because alleged so many people just don't have the long term thought process for some of this this shit say what do you expect. The long haul is going to be for you here. You know. You're the corona virus prank. There's your week of notoriety. There was there was one Youtubers youtubers who did a plane prank. That went all wrong. But what did they do. That's when they beat the guy up on American United Airlines so that was not them but there it was related to some What he's calling bomb or something? He's an Arab dude. He was doing a terrorist prank. And then and didn't wait until he was trying to pass it off like he didn't say anything he was just kicked off the flight. Ride on video. What I like is world talking about it and it took a second to even remember? Remember what he did. I don't remember that it's not worth it actually is a somewhat famous youtuber although I don't remember his name he has his the kid who doesn't look dot young like to do something so stupid. Can you imagine being that his dad you just like. What have I wear aware have gone wrong everywhere? Trying to talk to him and he's going. I realized I was just trying to make a viral video. Giving you the PR answers. I dad supposedly I have Show love for you So here's another one. I don't know if you've got saw this. I love of this. I don't know what this one. Oh good so this Pta Parent Teacher Association meeting. And he's complaining about his Saen John Facing bullying and racism a Mexican man to says that is a Mexican man. Okay well observed Yeah Stereo sound.

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"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:41 min | 2 years ago

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On Thursday November seventh can you on my discussion of by the school board meeting Ellie school board is going to meet next Tuesday and it looks like it's gonna reject the first ever plan to rate schools all I yell and even though the state gathered as gathered lots of data on attendance and our school records on grades suspensions disciplinary action all of that a socio economic levels of students the school board says now we're not going to rate schools because look at all the data you already have their except the data cannot be understood I mean it's so wonky it takes a statistician to go through it and they're saying that's that you know that's enough for you to do it well you've got other school board members even though that so it's it's going to be rejected saying wait a minute we have to rate schools and we have to let people know from a one to a fiber one to attend that in fact the school that they're choosing the school that their kids going into is a good bad indifferent school I'll tell you why because one of the things that schools now demand your request is that parents get involved in used to I mean there was a PTA parent teacher association that when I was a kid parents would go to but it was literally about cupcakes sales so they could raise money for after school programs today parents are heavily involved in schools and here's the problem as you rate schools the more parents are involved in schools the better the school that is usually well in lower set socio economic areas ethnic areas parents aren't as involved in schools as in white areas we've talked about this before or in areas where the it's there's a lot of money in the school system is doing very very well parishes get involved and so is it fair to rate schools all depends on the numbers that you use okay if you're talking about for example students to go to college do you rate that well that's not fair to ethnic lower socio economic schools because far fewer of those students go to college well how bout absenteeism well that's not fair because how many kids actually in here's one that's a heartbreaker have to take care of their brothers and sisters because of the broken home thank you find that in lower socioeconomic areas far more how many kids have tutors that help right to get a great point up well that's the rich sections where you can hire tutors so there used to be a rating system when my kids were just little tiny kids and they just were starting school and it was one two thousand and part of our a big part of it is how much the school improved in testing scores no math English and they would test the kids every year and we'll see how much improvement so there was a school down the street from us elementary school probably one of the best schools I would say in the country a free school and the reason was is that right it was all Korean kids the vast majority of those kids were Korean now Korean kids this is a culture it's just that simple it's the culture of the brighter than everybody else now do they do for hours of homework a night and then spend five hours to piano practice yes they do the parents demand it and the parents all get very heavily involved in the school and they demanded that kind of excellence in the teachers basically gave it to them because you're dealing with extraordinarily motivated our eyes yeah kids who are just doing everything they can to get his highest scores in the highest level of education they can't here's the problem right and I lived in that neighborhood and it was a school that we had the a what with the kids were about to start we and two kids out of there they were going to compete with that I mean they just work it's not the same culture so here's what happened with the grading and dot that's cool how that school did the grading it and now he is grade point average not as high because the the excellence was beyond what they expected a C. student would have gotten in AT any place else by the way there were no see students if I had to work an extra six hours on weekends they would okay so that one up in the air I then you're talking about the testing right in the testing math and English cetera was considered at one point I the improvement in testing was deemed a critical part of the rating system the ranking system of the school and so first year when they started this it was they were good this call went crazy nine eighty nine sixty out of a thousand I mean they do they these because goals record with some of the best prep schools in the United States this particular school LA unified one school the next year the number collapsed and you know why because schools that had a score of a hundred and then went to one fifty which is still miserable had a fifty percent increase this school that my kids did not go to because I wouldn't let them where do you go from nine sixty so they had no improvement therefore since the improvement grade was so high it actually the it dropped hundreds of points because there was no improvement and that's the problem how do you grade school what do you use one of the factors you use right the median income level right the E. R. how how much the parents are involved in the school let's say inner city hi teachers who have any kind of seniority don't want to teach there so you get the book the hit the newbies who don't have the experience and are not as good simply because they don't have as much time invested in it I mean just go on and on and on and up comes a very difficult choice to make what's worse than coming up with some kind of a yelp system coming up with nothing so the parents have no idea what kind of school is involved or how high up the food chain the school is I can tell you it's a mess it is a mess so right now California is offering a dashboard actually and we can find out how schools are doing in test scores absenteeism and suspensions and the demographics of the school but what do you what do you get out of that well you it's it's a lot of work diving into that and it's not easy to understand all right coming up let's move over delivery drones right they're just starting their drones are here to deliver I at this point I think it's pharmaceuticals only so what happens when that huge jar of aspirin tablets falls on your head who do you sue least you have aspirin there to deal with a headache but let's talk a little bit about what the future's going to bring in now and no one really knows this is KFI AM six forty let's check in with Monica the man known as Hollywood Superman has died Christopher Dennis was known for dressing up as Superman on Hollywood Boulevard the Ellie pieces Dennis was found Saturday at his home in van Nuys he was fifty two years old Texas has executed a white supremacist gang member convicted of strangling a woman in two thousand two Justin hall was later charged with a second murder we apologize to both families just minutes before he was pronounced dead by lethal injection and the U. S. Senate has passed a bill making certain types of animal cruelty a federal felony the state unanimously passed the preventing animal cruelty and torture act is now headed to the president's desk we've got problems on the one on one next.

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"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:37 min | 2 years ago

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You on my discussion of by the school board meeting Ellie school board is are going to meet next Tuesday and it looks like it's gonna reject the first ever plan to rate schools all I yell and even though the state gathered as gathered lots of data on attendance and high school records on grades suspensions disciplinary action Aug all of that a socio economic levels of students the school board says now we're not going to rate schools because look at all the data you already have their except the data cannot be understood I mean it's so wonky it takes a statistician to go through it and they're saying that's that you know that's enough for you to do it well you've got other school board members even though that so it's it's going to be rejected saying wait a minute we have to rate schools and we have to let people know from a one to a fiber one to attend that in fact the school that they're choosing the school that their kids going into is a good bad indifferent school I'll tell you why because one of the things that schools now demand your request is that parents get involved in used to I mean there was a PTA parent teacher association that when I was a kid parents will go to but it was literally about cupcakes sales so they could raise money for after school programs today parents are heavily involved in schools and here's the problem as you rate schools the more parents are involved in schools the better the school that is usually well in lower set socioeconomic areas ethnic areas parents are as involved in schools as in white areas we've talked about this before or in areas where the it's there's a lot of money in the school system is doing very very well parishes get involved and so is it fair to rate schools all depends on the numbers that you use okay if you're talking about for example students to go to college do you rate that well that's not fair to ethnic lower socio economic schools because far fewer of those students go to college well how bout absenteeism well that's not fair because how many kids actually in here's one that's a heartbreaker have to take care of their brothers and sisters because of the broken home thank you find that in lower socio economic areas far more how many kids have tutors that help right to get a great point out well that's the rich sections where you can hire tutors so there used to be a rating system when my kids were just little tiny kids and they just were starting school and it was one two thousand and part of our a big part of it is how much the school improved in testing scores no math English and they would test the kids every year and we'll see how much improvement so there was a school down the street from us elementary school probably one of the best schools I would say in the country free school and the reason why is is that right it was all Korean kids the vast majority of those kids were Korean now Korean kids this is a culture it's just that simple it's the culture of the brighter than everybody else now do they do for hours of homework a night and then spend five hours a piano practice yes they do the parents demand it and the parents all get very heavily involved in the school and they demanded that kind of excellence in the teachers basically gave it to them because you're dealing with extraordinarily motivated our eyes yeah kids who are just doing everything they can to get his highest scores in the highest level of education they can't here's the problem right and I lived in that neighborhood and it was a school that we had the a what with the kids were about to start reading to kids out of there they were going to compete with that I mean they just work it's not the same culture so here's what happened with the grading and dot that's cool how that school did the grading it and now he is grade point average not as high because the the excellence was beyond what they expected a C. student would have gotten in AT any place else by the way there were no see students if they had to work an extra six hours on weekends they would okay so that one up in the air I then you're talking about the testing right in the testing math and English cetera was considered at one point I the improvement in testing was deemed a critical part of the rating system the ranking system of the school and so first year when they started this it was they were good this call went crazy nine eighty nine sixty out of a thousand I mean they do they these because goals record with some of the best prep schools in the United States this particular school LA unified one school the next year the number collapsed and you know why because schools that had a score of a hundred and then went to one fifty which is still miserable had a fifty percent increase the school that my kids did not go to because I wouldn't let them where do you go from nine sixty so they had no improvement therefore since the improvement grade was so high it actually the it dropped hundreds of points because there was no improvement and that's the problem how do you grade school what do you use one of the factors you use right the median income level right the E. R. the how how much the parents are involved in the school let's say inner city hi teachers who have any kind of seniority don't want to teach there so you get the book do you get the newbies who don't have the experience and are not as good simply because they don't have as much time invested in it I mean just go on and on and on and up comes a very difficult choice to make what's worse than coming up with some kind of a yelp system coming up with nothing so the parents have no idea what kind of school is involved or how high up the food chain the school is I can tell you it's a mess it is a mess so right now California is offering a dashboard actually and we can find out how schools are doing in test scores absenteeism and suspensions and the demographics of the school but what do you what do you get out of that well you it's it's a lot of work diving into that and it's not easy to understand all right coming up let's move over delivery drones right they're just starting their drones are here to deliver I at this point I think it's pharmaceuticals only so what happens when that huge jar of aspirin tablets falls on your head do you still a least you have aspirin there to deal with a headache but let's talk a little bit about what the future's going to bring in that no one really knows this is KFI AM six forty let's check in with Monica the man known as Hollywood Superman has died Christopher Dennis was known for dressing up as Superman on Hollywood Boulevard the alley pieces Dennis was found Saturday at his home in van Nuys he was fifty two years old Texas has executed a white supremacist gang member convicted of strangling a woman in two thousand two Justin hall was later charged with a second murder we apologize to both families just minutes before he was pronounced dead by lethal injection and the U. S. Senate has passed a bill making certain types of animal cruelty a federal felony the state unanimously passed the preventing animal cruelty toward tract is now headed to the president's desk we've got problems.

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"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"pta parent teacher association" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"New York state is mistake that says we will not cooperate with is there a bunch of thugs. He politicized. Is there a bunch of thugs? We said we will sue them. Yes, Sean is Andrew Cuomo defender of MS thirteen and gang bangers against the long arms of ice is giving his state of state address up in Albany. You know, it'd be nice if he actually continues to call them thugs his state of the state address just listen to that. I mean, he's we're we're the problem for having a problem with MS thirteen focusing on and not let me give you the update. Juliet Huddy not far from where you live in Huntington. Stop saying village. Yes. And a school it became infamous Jackie rooms because back in twenty ten it was closed. The only public school ever be closed because of violence, which is now not an act of violence in the in the school. Right. It was outside. It was the neighborhood. Right. The individ- battles between the bloods, the Crips the MS thirteen and eighteenth street, and they panicked and they closed the school and they invited the guardian angels in because he couldn't get a grip on thankfully. They were able to reopen the school. So last night was the monthly PTA meeting. Right. Normally thirty people show up. Yeah. That's pretty good for some PTA some PTA parent teacher association you like maybe five people show up unless you have free food. Right. Three hundred people showed up two of my local guardian angels showed up, and they will are these the guys that are going to be cruising. Not your house. So I'd like to spell they were inviting him by the PTA. I wanna thank the PTA and the superintendent of schools in the area. I think makes about three hundred thousand dollars a year Polanski, the parents were there about MS thirteen that was why there were three hundred people there. Right. He wouldn't once acknowledge MS thirteen gang violence. He wouldn't even use sort of other lines and any illusions to it. So what was the point of having the meeting? It was it was the monthly meeting, but they didn't allow that the parents to talk. They didn't let him bring up MS. Wow. Now think about that. Ladies and gentlemen. How does how does the superintendent becomes the superintendent appointed or here is of course, it's all political magin you make three hundred. I mean overpriced. And obviously he could have been very helpful at this meeting, but he completely denied the theory shape problem. Well. Deny it. We know that that those kids were were going Huntington high school didn't bring it up. And that's why three hundred parents were there and not thirty when's the next PTA meeting because you know, what be outrageous, but I'll give you updates 'cause I have guardian angels there with boots on the ground, but they're not going outside of your house. Julia well know when they're not at the actual meeting. I'm happy to have them. Coffee. I'd be happy to serve them to assign them to the nearby dive strip or the carriage tariff with a picture of your husband and make sure that he's not going inside. Not going to be going inside and outside. They by the way, he used to go there. He did tell me this. When I go. Yesterday. Curvy friends, but not any show knows have bottles of MS thirteen aware that he was going. I'm a little confused by that that's a whole other topic. Let me have a conversation with him shakedown. Well, I'll straight you told me what he would say. If you ask them to go to the carousel. I wish I was in the west wing of the White House yesterday. Although I'm not a Clemson fan. National football champions, destroyed Alabama. Yell at me. I feel it already. The president got them all fast food, they had to be foot spur, wait when we come back. Not Juliet and not a lot of other critics of the president. But I the news headlines and update..

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