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A highlight from Learning is a party; make sure to invite your students!
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Like all of a sudden we are saying hello to spooky season, while also waving goodbye to season five and saying hello to season six of Vrain Waves. It's true, and we wanted to open season six with the person who has inspired us in countless ways and actually is responsible for the two of us meeting, which is so fun, right? The author of the book, Powerful Teaching by Patrice Vane. Patrice was one of our keynote speakers for the St. Vrain Powerful Teaching Summit back in 2019. And as a middle school educator, she invited cognitive psychologists into her classroom to do research on learning practices that supported student memory and retention of information for higher level cognitive practices. Now, as a published author, she travels the world sharing the research and practices from her book, Powerful Teaching, that she co -authored with Dr. Pooja Agrawal. So let's do this. So everyone, we are fangirling so hard over here right now. Patrice, you are one of our favorite educational celebrities. Oh, thank you. It's true. True. But for the listeners that are new to the science of learning, can you ground us, can you give us a quick background story on how powerful teaching came to life and how you invited a cognitive scientist into your classroom in the first place? I would love to answer that. So I had been teaching about 12 or 13 years. And one day I just started thinking, why is it that some of my students learn really well, but some don't? It's like, I'm teaching, why does someone get it and some don't? And I already had my master's degree. And that had never really been discussed. And so I also didn't have anywhere to look. So this was around 2005. And anything about learning up to that time, all research had been done in the United States with college students, in laboratories, at universities. And it was written in jargon. I didn't know how to read. What does N mean? You know, I didn't know anything. But I was so curious and it boiled down to simply asking why and how. And I happened to meet Mark McDaniel, who's a cognitive scientist, one of the authors of Make It Stick. And he had come to Washington University in St. Louis to study memory. And we were having this conversation and he's talking about what he wants to investigate. And I'm talking about the way I teach. And it was a total match. And so then he introduced me to Henry Roediger, also an author of Make It Stick, Roddy. And to me, because I was so green, I just thought they were Mark and Roddy. I didn't know how big they were. I had no idea that these guys were like huge. They came over to my desk and we had a bottle of wine and we're just talking about teaching and clueless, absolutely clueless. And so as we were drinking glasses of wine, they said, you know, it is never in the United States been done where we study how kids learn in an authentic classroom. And I just perked right up and I said, well, let's do it. So they wrote a big grant and got it and the rest is history. So in 2006, I believe is when we actually started the research and then another cognitive scientist from Washington University came to work with me in my classroom and that was Prunja Agarwal. And so for the first year, Dr. Agarwal was in my class every single day. How lucky was I? For the first semester, she simply observed me teaching every class every day and getting an idea of what's working. And so then we started devising, you know, how doctors Roediger and McDaniel, I shouldn't call them Mark and Roddy on this. So no, you can't. You just, well, we're very - 100 % can. We're very comfortable here on Brainwaves and I mean, Make It Stick is one of our other, just listeners, FYI, Make It Stick is one of the best books on retrieval as well as Patrice's book, Powerful Teaching. So - Well, thanks. Yeah, it is. It's true. Thanks. So we kind of between Mark, Roddy, Prunja and I decided that we would start with retrieval. And so, gosh, I worked with them for the next, I don't know, 12 years. It was just absolutely amazing. It was such a game changer for me. I saw firsthand how my students were changing and I saw especially my struggling students absolutely blossom. And, you know, the more they succeeded the more they were invested in outcomes and the more involved they were in my class. And, you know, a story I've told so many times, I'll tell it one more. You know how every year come second quarter when the grades would go out, a student would come with so excited, Mrs. Payne, I have an A or I have a B. And so exciting. And I say, I know, but then, you know, they say, but I never get good grades and they would slump a little farther and say, I get D's and F's and they would slump farther and say, I'm not smart. And every year that would get me and I would just get all my enthusiasm and say, but look at you now, the only difference is now, you know how to learn. And I've said this before, but to me, learning is like this huge party. And so many of our struggling students never got the invitation. And as teachers, what we need to do is we need to know about learning so we can issue that invitation to our students. Yes. Oh my gosh. We just had, no one can see the visual reactions we've had to learning as a party. Oh my goodness, that took my breath away, Patrice. But isn't it true? It is, well, and one of the things that we talk about with the teachers in our collaborative is that, you know, the science of learning isn't, it's things that a lot of teachers are already doing, but it's intentional and it's taking away, it's letting students in on the quote unquote secret of how our brains work and how we learn. And why is it a secret? Why? Why is it a secret? It doesn't have to be a secret. It shouldn't be. We need to be inviting everyone to the party. Stop excluding our students from the party, right? Exactly. Like every, every, every first day, every year after I started this research was, welcome to my class. I'm your teacher and I'm gonna teach you how to learn. Because that to me was more important than my curriculum. It was, which of course is important, but nothing beat teaching them how to learn. Oh my goodness. And then through that, they felt incredibly empowered. Yes. Because they connected to their learning. They understood what was going on. They were, they were the ones driving their own learning rather than you, as we know, encoding, right? Pushing information out. They were the ones that were then driving it. Yes. And I think one of the big secrets, well, here we go with secrets again. It is no secret. Right. Revealing everything. Revealing all the secrets on this episode. Oh shoot, no, I forgot what the secret was. It'll come back to me. Let us move on. You just let us know. Okay, I will. And so we know that you've been working over a decade with these cognitive psychologists and these cognitive scientists, and we know that retrieval practice is so much more than learning and memorizing facts while we're waiting for your secret to come back. Will you explain to our audience about how retrieval practice supports that critical thinking and deeper learning? It's going further than that define and identify stage. Absolutely. Too often retrieval gets a bad rap that it's just memorizing facts. It's just regurgitating facts. And that is not true. What happens is we need to have a base knowledge before we can put the puzzle pieces together. And when so we retrieve it goes our goal is to get it into long -term memory for our students and then build these little roadmaps that the schemata the schema to to have it go to places where they can pull this information and that information and my students who were 11 years old would write the most incredible essays like I taught World History and it was the first time in my district's curriculum. So I had all these beautiful blank slates and they would write things like you know, how did the lives of working people change as a result of revolutions and they would write an essay on that or one of my favorites at the end of the year after we had taught after we had learned all about various histories of countries in the world historical backgrounds religious backgrounds all these things they would answer an essay question. And again, I'm talking every student regardless if they were in a gifted program or in special ed classes. They could all answer this question given the historical and religious background of Country A and B and I would just randomly choose ones we'd studied. What are the ramifications if either one or both had nuclear power capabilities? Eleven -year -olds answered that and why because I had used retrieval where they learned what the history was I used spacing which allowed them to go back and kind of cement that learning and I used interleaving which allowed them to compare and contrast. So okay, here's the lives of the working people in the Russian Revolution and here's in the Industrial Revolution and here's in the American Revolution. So they they had those places in their long -term memory due to retrieval and spacing and then thanks to interleaving they could compare and contrast and bring all of that together. And then of course, my last is metacognition. We owe it to our students to be able to give them opportunities to see if they know or don't know the information way before they ever get to a test and retrieval whether it's little mini quizzes or you know a turn and talk or or whatever, you know, I just remembered my secret. Oh, yeah.
Kash Patel Joins Charlie to Mourn America As It Once Was
"Joining us now is cash Patel. Cash Patel is a great American. I think he sees this the way I do cash, your thoughts. I love the fire this morning. I think, you know, you said it on your show first. We do not utilize the state attorney general system the way it needs to be in this country. Why is no state attorney general prosecuting George Soros? Are you telling me his money to every political campaign? He's ever participated in his crystal clean and forget that their playbook is they don't care about the rule of law. And I'm not saying we should discard the rule of law. But why aren't we using it and why aren't we going on offense? Every state attorney general should be listed by name every district. And if you're not up to it, if you're not up to it, get out of the way. Get out of the way. And so here's a good example, cash. What is the big relic of the left? Their religious organization. BLM. BLM got donors from every state. They are an outright from based on what we understand. Fraudulent charitable organization. Where are the perp walks for Patrice colors? Do something. Show some action. Show some action that, okay, you indict Trump, BLM is going to get indicted in Louisiana and Arkansas. We need action. We need perp walks. We need handcuffs. We need sentencing. We investigations. I don't like talking this way, but they're laughing at us because they say, oh, we get to indict you and you guys send press releases. Exactly. But done are the days where, you know, this is what I've been calling on for this Congress. Stop sending letters. The January 6th committee showed us the powerful congressional subpoena. Don't issue 5. Issue 500 and issue them to Alvin Bragg. Don't give him a letter that allows him to a podium on the national stage to be like, you guys are buffoons. Alvin Bragg is basically admitted he used federal funds to bring this case against Donald Trump. There's your hook and there's no more powerful subpoena right now than a congressional one because the DA's and state attorneys aren't acting. So those guys in leadership positions in Congress have to go after Alvin Bragg and say, we want all of your evidence, all of your records, all of your finances, and you have to sit in the hot seat for days on end under oath. You can not avoid a congressional
NHL-best Bruins clinch Atlantic with 2-1 win over Tampa Bay
"The bruins have formally clinched the Atlantic division title with a two one decision over the lightning. Boston's 56th victory. The bruins are 6 away from tying the NHL single season record for wins with ten games remaining. Bee's newcomer garnered Hathaway scored a tie breaking goal in the second period. We've been looking forward to this. To a team that's in the playoffs, going to be in the playoffs and we potentially could see a team that's battling right now. Patrice bears are on had a power play goal for the bruins and lean is all Mark stopped 26 shots. Victor hedman had a shorthanded goal for the lightning. And Andrei vasilevskiy made 32 saves. I'm Dave ferry.
Swayman stops 26 shots in Bruins' 7-0 rout of Sabres
"The bruins continued to take aim in a pair of NHL records with a 7 zero pounding of the sabers. Jeremy swab and picked up his second straight shutout, stopping 27 shots in the bruins third straight win. It wouldn't be possible without the guys taking initiative in the defensive zone. And blocking big shots all the way to the end. You know, it's special to see with a group like this. David pasternak tied a career high with his 48th goal for the bruins who scored on three of their first 7 shots. Patrice bergeron scored just 15 seconds in and had to assist. Jake had a goal and three assists in the route. I'm Dave ferry.
Pastrnak, Ullmark lead Bruins past Wild 5-2
"David pasternak continued his march toward 50 goals by netting his 47th in the bruins 5 one victory at Minnesota. Pasternak has 6 goals and 7 assists in his past 8 games. He second in the league and goals after helping the bees are in their second straight win since a rare two game losing streak. Pasta naka Patrice bergeron each had a goal and an assist. Brad Marshawn set up three scores and Lena su Mark stopped 29 shots. It was Minnesota's first regulation loss since February 15th as it battles the stars in avalanche for the central division title. I'm Dave ferry.
"patrice" Discussed on AP News
"Through the zones, trying to get in the ozone. And I think we were able to wear them down a little bit tonight. That was just getting the goal for the line was just kind of cherry on top. Detroit actually led to nothing until hampus lindholm and Patrice bergeron scored 88 seconds apart in the second period. Lina soul Mark stopped 30 shots and the bees 11th victory in 12 games. I'm Dave fairy. Liverpool's one zero loss to Bournemouth leaves the red 6 points behind Tottenham for the final Champions League birth. Philip billing scored in the 28th minute after being teed up in the box by dango katera. Liverpool had a golden chance to tie it, but most Salah badly missed a penalty in the 70th, sailing at way wide of the left post. This was the same team the reds destroyed 9 zero earlier this season. The lost follows a 7 zero blowout of Manchester United and Anne's Liverpool's 5 game unbeaten string. The reds are one point ahead of new castle. I'm Dave ferry. Manchester City pulled out a one zero win at Crystal Palace to keep pressure on arsenal for first place in the Premier League. Erling Holland provided the goal on a penalty kick after a foul inside the box. Holland's league high 28th goal in 27 games came after a corner kick that produced a clumsy collision in the box. Palace failed to respond and has now gone three straight games without a shot on target. City is now two points behind arsenal after running its point streak to 6 games, but the Gunners take on full on Sunday. I'm Dave ferry. Demonstrators took to the streets of Paris on Saturday to protest against French president Emmanuel Macron's plan to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64. In the new round of protests determination remains high, although crowds were smaller than in the past, police clashed with troublemakers and several cities that especially in Paris, where some intruders set fires to piles of trash along the march route, prompting fire brigades to come and extinguish the flames. Public housing employee, gerardine carbonell told the AP. 64 years for retirement for everyone is unfair. We're not all equal in as far as the jobs we're doing are concerned. 64 years whether you're a worker or an executive, it's not the same. The protest marches coincided with the Senate debate on the government's pension reform Bill where the clock was ticking to meet a vote deadline before the legislation moves to the next step in a complex process. I'm Karen Chammas. Educators around the country are expressing concerns for their school kids who are no longer getting free lunches as food prices are soaring. The food research and action center says the number of meals served in schools at the end of last year. When everyone was back from the pandemic, jumped dramatically. But now a federal program providing free lunches has ended, and there are new concerns about hungry children who will struggle trying to learn. The government says more than 9 million children in the U.S.
"patrice" Discussed on AP News
"Through the zones, trying to get in the ozone. And I think we were able to wear them down a little bit tonight. That was just getting the goal for the line was just kind of cherry on top. Detroit actually led to nothing until hemp is Lynn home and Patrice bergeron scored 88 seconds apart in the second period. Lina soul Mark stopped 30 shots and the bees 11th victory in 12 games. I'm Dave ferry. Liverpool's one zero loss to Bournemouth leaves the red 6 points behind Tottenham for the final Champions League birth. Philip billing scored in the 28th minute after being teed up in the box by dango katera. Liverpool had a golden chance to tie it, but most salad badly missed a penalty in the 70th, sailing at way wide of the left post. This was the same team the reds destroyed 9 zero earlier this season. The lost follows a 7 zero blowout of Manchester United and Anne's Liverpool's 5 game unbeaten string. The reds are one point ahead of new castle. I'm Dave ferry. Manchester City pulled out a one zero win at Crystal Palace to keep pressure on arsenal for first place in the Premier League. Erling Holland provided the goal on a penalty kick after a foul inside the box. Holland's league high 28th goal in 27 games came after a corner kick that produced a clumsy collision in the box. Palace failed to respond and has now gone three straight games without a shot on target. City is now two points behind arsenal after running its point streak to 6 games, but the Gunners take on full on Sunday. I'm Dave ferry. Demonstrators took to the streets of Paris on Saturday to protest against French president Emmanuel Macron's plan to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64. In
Bruins fastest to 50 wins in NHL history, beat Red Wings 3-2
"The bruins are the fastest team to 50 wins after knocking off the red wings three two. Boston newcomer garnet Hathaway scored in the third period to break a two all deadlock in the bruins 64th game. Detroit actually led to nothing until hampus lindholm and Patrice bergeron scored 88 seconds apart in the second period. Linus Omar stopped 30 shots and the bees 11th victory in 12 games. Magnus helberg made 35 saves for the wings who continued to fade out of the playoff picture with their 7th loss in 8 games. I'm Dave fairy.
"patrice" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Four to two to the Boston Bruins were 49 and 8 right now they're on pace for 64 or more wins. That isn't NHL single season record. Alexis la vernier, he showed up, he had only goals for the rangers four different bruins laid it up for Boston. You can look at Patrice bergeron, David pastrnak, Charlie Coyle. They all got into it. Ranger still an impressive 18 and 8 on the road. Islanders took them a while. They got going though as they rolled around scoring all four of their goals in the third period at home to beat visiting Detroit, Andrew Lee, he had a pair, Kyle palmieri and Zach parisi with goals as well. Both the islanders, along with the rangers and even the Devils all looking at the postseason right now. Then again, so we're both NBA teams, nicks and nets. They were off on Saturday nets a host of hornets 6 o'clock on Sunday, the Knicks are in Boston at 7 30 trying to complete the weekend sweep of the Big Apple in bean town as well. And that's they took down the Celtics by ten on Friday night. College basketball St. John's nearly did it. They fell by two at number 6 marquette 96, 94 seat and hall's best game of the year a stunning number 20 Providence on the road by 24, 82 to 58 ray Davis in 24 points. Spring training, Yankees. They lost a big one 14 to ten to Tampa Bay a ton of offense in this one, Luis severino quality outing though in a start. That's meanwhile, they won 15 to four over the Marlins and Sarasota, Justin Verlander three innings he allowed an earned run. Second baseman Mark vientos Homer twice drove in 5. On the pitch, the Red Bulls, they finished tide with Nashville, New York FC finishes tide with Chicago golf Kurt kitty on the Arnold Palmer invitational after the third round has a one stroke lead over Scottie scheffler and NASCAR driver chase Elliott injures his leg snowboarding. He's going to miss the race Sunday in Vegas with your Bloomberg sports update. I'm rob buska. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Move over mini golf, video arcades, and Broadway shows because a growing number of hotel chains are crossing into luxury cruise lines. With jazz musicians, art collections, floor to ceiling windows and shops with $30,000 birkin bags instead. For some of these super high end ships, people say it's for a customer that doesn't want to deal with the hassle of having to own their own ships. And deal with all the nuances and noise that comes with that and rather somebody take care of it for them. And they'll pay a lot of money for that privilege. Patrick skulls, senior lodging and leisure analyst at truest security says chains like Marriott's Ritz Carlton, along with the four seasons, and among resorts sea luxury cruises as brand extension. It's fantastic. And wow, they got a cruise ship and you know what? I can get my Marriott points for that or maybe I could even cash in my Marriott points to do that. It was the best of both worlds. All this is the luxury cruise industry grows faster and leaves the overall cruise industry in its wake. Denise Pellegrini Bloomberg radio. Hi, everyone. Hi, I'm Danica
Bertuzzi sets up goal in Bruins' 4-2 win over Rangers
"The Boston Bruins scored once in the first, added a shorthanded goal in the second, and added two more in the third for a four two win over the New York rangers. Charlie Coyle started the scoring for Boston in the first, and then assisted on the bruins second goal. Everyone's calm, everyone knows what the task is and if things aren't working, we just, you play a simple style and play the right way and usually that works out for us. So I think it's just not always being perfect. Only you can be perfect, but just no one. What it takes is that given time and we've been doing that. Both Patrice bergeron and David pasternak added a goal each for the bruins and the third, while in
DeBrusk returns, scores to power Bruins past Islanders 6-2
"Jake debrusk scored two minutes into his first game in 6 weeks before the bruins closed out a 6 two win over the islanders. The brusque was back after missing 17 games with hand and leg injury suffered in the winter classic. He scored a power play goal on his second shift, Trent Frederick scored twice for the bees, who also received goals from Nick foligno, Patrice bergeron and Pavel zacha. Lina soul Mark stopped 26 shots at Boston's fourth win in 5 games. Kyle Palmer and Matt Barton scored for the islanders who've dropped four or 5. I'm Dave ferry.
Sebastian Welcomes Julie Hartman to the Show
"Judy Hartman, welcome back to America first. Thank you. It's great to be back. The last time I was on, you talked about my essay that I wrote at Harvard about Patrice lumumba's assassination. And I sent it to you. Did you read it? Of course I did. I have used it as wallpaper in my man cave. You will see it if you are ever allowed into the man cave at the gorka compound, but we're not here to discuss your paper on Patrice lumumba, although we can do that at another point. We are here because it has been so long since we chatted to you. I think we chatted about 90 minutes ago. And you mentioned something really interesting about your generation. I just wanted to peak an interest for me. And we have a few minutes to discuss before Dennis comes on the line. Right now, subscribe to her podcast timeless with Julie Hartman. Julie, you said something interesting about and I think it's the focus of what you're interested in is what's happened to youth in America. And you use the word hobbies. What's the situation with hobbies and young people in the United States? Well, it's a great that it's great that I'm a warm up for Dennis because actually getting to know Dennis made me realize that people my age don't have a lot of hobbies. Dennis is the complete opposite of that. He probably has too many hobbies. He loves photography. He loves fountain pens. He buys very expensive audio equipment. His life is a series of hobbies. It really is. And getting to know him just made me realize, my gosh, I don't think I know anyone my age, who has anything comparable to that. And by the way, I'm not wagging my finger. I don't have hobbies. And it made me think why is that? And there are a few reasons that I've come up with. First, certainly for the people who I went to college with, we were so obsessed with getting into an elite university and then once we were at that elite university landing, a job at an elite firm that we didn't have time to have hobbies.
D.C. Area Schools Refuse to Listen to Parents on Trans Issues
"I mentioned earlier I'm the morning show host on wmma in Washington D.C. I've got two great co hosts Julie gunlock and Patrice on wicca they both work with independent women's forum We focus a lot on parenting issues We focus a lot on issues that women care about Actually as well because it's a morning show And a lot of times it's mom getting ready And getting the kids to school And as the public schools in the Virginia Maryland D.C. area had been adopting these transgender rights Rules Policies The conversation always seems to go the same way And that is as soon as parents start to object And when parents say hold on a year to tell me that a boy identifying as a girl is allowed to go into the girl's locker room go into the girls restroom my daughter is shy She's 13 years old She's never been around boys It is a situation like that She doesn't want to be confronted with that she shouldn't have to be confronted with that She doesn't want to see a naked boy for the first time in the locker room Of her school This is wrong The response usually is that you're a bigot That you don't understand That you don't deserve to voice such concerns That if there is a problem and if your daughter has the problem your daughter needs to seek therapy or some kind of sensitivity training or counseling And if you try to press the issue we've reached the point now where this is well beyond just pronouns And access to a bathroom there is now legislation in place and there are policies in place even without that legislation in some places
MLK, The Marxist?
"I know that this is holiday for many people. So I hope you're celebrating and eating barbecue and all kind of stuff on the holiday. I want to say happy Marxist Luther King day. I mean, Martin Luther King day, some people ain't gonna like that I called Martin Luther King of marxists, but was he a Marxist? Or was he not a Marxist? This show is going to be hot, so make sure you're ready and prepared. It makes you sitting down. I believe that Martin Luther King wasn't who we think he is, or he was. I think that the media has really recreated a scenario that's very similar to what they've done with the narrative of police brutality in America, the same narrative of Black Lives Matter. I mean, I'm telling you guys, I'm telling you, in 20 years, we're going to look back and they're going to say that Black Lives Matter was an organization that inspired change. It was the new civil rights movement. They're going to tell you that black people were getting gunned down in the middle of the street on by white racist police officers. And it was an epidemic. And that if it wasn't for people like Patrice Kohler's, then Byron Manson white neighborhoods that we would still be suffering from the effects of white racism.
"patrice" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"That's promo code CL, and S 50, get online with a game, stats, stats. Where the game starts. So it's funny, we mentioned the orange line being on fire and you know, that's unfortunate. It's fun to joke about. But there's something else that's orange and on fire in the NHL right now. And that is your Calgary flames. And I don't mean it's I don't mean, I do not mean that it's because they are the actual flames. I mean, they are actually, they are on day of burning. They are burning to the ground Evan. They are burning as we speak. I actually just, this is such, I feel like such a loser. As you were talking doing the read, I wrote down tweet orange line, dash flames. So I'm making a mental note. Maybe you can beat me to it as I'm driving here. Anyways, for those who do not know the flames are if there we go. The tweets are being made as we speak. The flames are on fire though. The flames lost Johnny gaudreau in free agency. And then, of course, the next shoe to drop was Matthew Charles being like, I ain't resigning.
"patrice" Discussed on Black Mental Health Podcast
"Join today with me and I'm calling in our mental health legend in the building. I'm calling in and out, especially with the emergence of black mental health being something that everyone is talking about. We're going to have people in the field who are going to be the building blocks of providing safe spaces for our community. I don't introduce anybody but 'cause everybody worked hard out here. They deserve to get their credentials and things like that out there to the community. So please just do yourself to the people. All right, so I am doctor Patrice. Formally doctor Patrice in Douglas. And I'm a doctor of psychology. I'm a licensed marriage and family therapist. I'm a certified anger management specialist..
Black Lives Matter Suspends Online Fundraising
"Questions have also been raised up what's going on at the top of BLM G and F and nobody knows there's no one in charge. It's a slush fund. It's a shell. It's a mystery. The organization is not appear to have a chief executive officer for over a year. According to the Washington examiner, which did great work on this, former CEO Patrice color stepped down in May of 2021, following criticisms of her personal finances she went on a shopping spree. She bought homes across the planet. Literally, Canada everywhere. This appears, they gave all these different excuses, but then this one gets even more interesting. BLM gnf has now off the suspend its online fundraising operations, tens of millions of dollars were also certainly raised during a period when the organization had no leadership team. And then of course, were the houses, spike dot com writes. Again, this is a terrific piece. One of the main reasons caller stepped down was due to the controversy over her real estate buying binge, which she purchased four homes valued at $3.2 million. Colors signed off on the deeds for a house in Inglewood, California worth half a $1 million, a custom ranch property located in rural Georgia, which was equipped with an airplane runway. And at $1.4 million mansion in ritzy topanga, canyon, a short drive from Malibu. You think all of this would make people want to know what happened to the billions pledged to BLM or the millions given to BLM G and F, but nope, the media doesn't care at all. Why would they be bothered by such things?
Report: BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors Tied to Other Groups With Spending ‘Red Flags’
"Black Lives Matter But let's cofounder Patrice colliers you remember her the commie Tied to other groups was spending red flags report Black Lives Matter cofounder Patrice colliers who resigned in the wake of a post expose or spending prion lavish homes It's tied to several other fundraising organizations whose finances raise potential red flags according to a new report One of the groups reform LA jails in 2019 collected more than 1.4 million of which 205,000 went to a consulting company owned by colliers in her spouse Janana Khan New York magazine said yeah Kan's about right Another 211,000 was paid to Collier's pal Who co wrote her memoir in about 86,000 was paid to an entertainment clothing and consulting company called trap heels which was started by Damon Turner the father of Collier's child according to the report Sounds like the maxim waters family where she's been following tons of money to her daughter Because she's such a campaign genius Reform LA jails also reportedly paid 270,000 to a consulting company run by its treasure Christman Bowers who's also known to shalom ya Bowers and has signed tax documents as the deputy executive director of Black Lives Matter global network Wow What a fraud the whole thing is a fraud
"patrice" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"Insta dot com or 8 7 7 to 508 7 7 500 and so say we sent you and enjoy the great T-shirt and enjoy the great time that you will have there. So the $1 million question Kirk. What is the future of Patrice bergeron? Where does he go? Obviously, the contract ends this year. He said he's going to see how he feels at the end of the year. That typically doesn't always mean good things. And your expert opinion, where do you think? Or what do you think happens to him after this year? Well, it's probably my in expert opinion because I have David crochet thing totally wrong. It's no big deal. I stand by things we're going and I should have never gone out with that. I got over my skis there, but you know you live and you learn. Yeah, it's hard to say. Bergeron is wired differently than most. I think family really matters to him. And he's at that. He's at that stage of his career where his kids are younger and getting older and getting to that stage where they're going to be more involved in hockey sports, maybe assume they're going to be hockey players and that might be a bad assumption. But he goes on, you know, he's not. He's not driven the way the same way Tom Brady is, you know? He's not motivated by snubs and slights and people doubting him. He's always that's another great thing about version on that invention is he's always been really comfortable in his own skin. He's perfectly fine just going out and playing and winning games and winning Olympic gold medals and world championships and world junior championships. And Stanley cups and for him, he's not, it's not like he's out against the world to show everyone that they were wrong, because I don't think he ever really felt like he was doubted in the first place. I think he was thrilled to be drafted by the bruins in the second round. He is different in that regard. So I don't see him playing until he's 40 41 42. I could be wrong. But I think he's probably going to be, you know, he's probably going to be more leaning to the path of, hey, I need it's time to it's time to take care of my family. What more really do I have to prove? He doesn't have to prove anything. Walk away from the game tomorrow and he'd still be a first ballot Hall of Famer. And he's closing in on a thousand points. But again, David creech was closing in on a thousand games. And I thought, for sure, he would see it through, you'd get to that thousand game NHL milestone. And then walk away and he didn't. So these guys are motivated, motivated by different things. I could certainly see when Patrice. And I really believe he'll probably finish his career with the broads, how much longer it'll be. I don't know. I don't want to speculate. That's up to him. And I'm going to respect his wishes to where he said he didn't want to get into it. I'm going to respect him by not speculating what he's going to do. I will just say that when he walks away, he's going to do it because it's the times, right? And he has a chance to be this family..
"patrice" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"But somewhere the things we're pretty good over these past will really just against the red wings on Thursday night was Patrice bergeron four goals incredible all three of the four are being power play goals that sort of revitalization of just of the power play and birds run and you tweeted this, did very well on Twitter. 800 likes. That's never something to sneeze at. You can't be mad at that. You said on the train home after the game last night couldn't help but think about what Patrice bergeron has accomplished for this franchise. 36 years old and a four goal game, something he didn't do at 24 or 25. Like Tom Brady enjoy every moment because when he's gone, won't see another like 37. And they nail it at the end because you won't see another, like Patrice Berger. And I think that's something that a lot of people are sort of figuring out because when you look at the bruins over the past, ten to 15 years, there's been a lot of players you might not see again. You're not going to see another cedeno Chara 6 9 dominant both ends for as long as he was not really going to see someone like that. Took a rasc, another guy. I mean, you'll see really good goalies. But it's hard to lock. And you know, that's really hard to lock down as consistent and as good a goalie as to ask for years and years. Even a guy like David craic, you know, you're gonna have a good other centers, but it's hard as the demonstrator over the past few years to develop a really good, you know, patient center, like creche, and Berg runs on another level. Because the leadership and everything he brings. And I think it just goes to show people should really kind of appreciate what's going on now. Live in the moment a bit, because as you said, ain't nobody like bergeron. And they're probably won't be again. So I think you nailed it with that. I mean, where does he rank and sort of the guys that you've watched and understood in a sense? I mean, where is he on that list? I feel like probably at the top. He's one of the greatest of all time..
"patrice" Discussed on Bruins Beat
"They will come into the bruins beat on seal on us media my name is Eva marano scoop. You guys are having a great day. A great week. On this episode, you're probably saying Evan. Oh my God. This episode is much longer. Than most episodes you do. And I would say you're correct, you're correct. This episode is much, much longer. You're not much, much longer. You're probably just much longer. Then the normal episode I had on Kirk lutke this week for the first time ever. Editor of New England hockey journal crazy hockey resume was with the Omaha lancers in the U.S. HL for a while. I was scouting forever covered the game forever. I mean, just a hockey guy. And had him on to discuss the Berlin's defense of issues, some offensive issues. And then we got into a really interesting conversation on Patrice bergeron. The last probably ten to 15 minutes of the show. So it was worth it. It was very worth at the time was worth it. This is very worth your time. He gives awesome insight he's a really smart guy, and he's been doing a hockey journal can't recommend it enough. So he'll be someone that let me know. I think he's someone that we should definitely have on a bit more, very interesting guy. And yeah, so that is today's episode. Hopefully you guys enjoyed it. It is brought to you by our good friends over at bed online, as well as into dispensaries, which hopefully you guys are going and getting your free t-shirts. Come on, it's free t-shirts or it's a penny. T-shirts excuse me. It's not free. It's for a penny. So go there now. And without further ado, here's my conversation. With Kirk luky. And.
"patrice" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"R Patrice and Workers with us all morning long, Great talking to Rob O Neill Winter night iconic figure there in sort of the the buttoning up the story of the 9 11 attacks with that final mission against Osama bin Laden in Pakistan coming up, we're also going to speak with Um, uh, Debra Burlingame, who became an outspoken advocate on behalf of the families who had lost loved ones on 9 11 a lot more going on in the news, though, and this was a remarkable political story actually coming out. Of New York as so Andrew Yang, remember Andrew Yang? This this self made multimillionaire the Yang gang. That's right. He really gets a lot of publicity He ran for president didn't do too well, but he does it again. He's very good at sort of self promotion and getting his name out there. And and one thing I've noticed about Andrew Yang is that his appeal In certain respects crosses political lines. I was astounded by so many young Republicans, Uh, they identify as Republican and generally vote Republican who have whose we're very interested in Andrew Yang. His message released his demeanor and his approach appealed to them. I wasn't quite clear on it. Maybe it's the generational thing, but they like him, but then Andrew Yang didn't do well in the presidential primaries. But then again, neither to Kamala Harris, So you know, look at her. Now. Then he runs for mayor of New York, and he didn't do very well in the Democratic primary. There. Now he's announced that he's no longer a Democrat. He's decided that the problem here is that is that the Democrats aren't quite worthy of his inspired message. And so now he's launching A third party. Andrew Yang is no word here on what the name of the party is Yang Gang, obviously right. It should be. Um, but he plans to, according to this report plans to deploy it in 2022. Or 2024. Whether that's just going to be he himself running on the Yang ticket. Yang. He's a youngster or something like that. We're not sure but but well, but we'll see. But he's good. What do you think of this idea of a third party being headed up by Andrew Yang? It's been tried before. I mean, we do have a Libertarian party as well. But Andrew Yang, I think he's smart. I think he obviously brought universal basic income, which was frankly, a very, uh you know, academic idea had not really been tried in the United States and very few countries before, and he made it a mainstream idea to the point where people were talking about it during the 2020 campaign, it is now actually working its way into the Biden. Plan the idea of just giving people money to stay at home and hope that they decide not to play video games all day and shop online. But we'll start businesses, so I mean, he's smart, and I think his appeal is that he has that Silicon Valley. I grew up in a hoodie. But now I'm wearing a blue blazer and a button down. I'm going to bring the private and the public together for social good, So he embodies everything that millennials and Gen Z years have seen themselves as but his ideas will not work. Okay? Right, And that's where the rubber meets the road, and they're rooted in big government coming to the restroom. So I mean, and I would happen. Have these discussions with my younger millennial or Gen Z Republican, right? Leaning friends who really like Andrew Yang, you know, Say what you will. But Henry Yanks got some good ideas like Dude, if the centerpiece of your good ideas is a $3000 check from the government That ain't conservative. Okay, um, but it's compassionate. And I think that's what resonates with many millennials. When they talk about socialism. It's not too much ownership, public ownership of private private enterprise. It's compassion. It's helping someone else. But they've just not been to help somebody else with your own money, You know, but that's philanthropy and, um I do love how politico writes this up to listen to this paragraph. Yang surprised many in the political world with creative outsider campaigns for both president and mayor. His presidential campaign outlasted and raised more money than those of much more seasoned politicians. But ultimately that did not translate to votes well. How could it be a release? Successful great out of the box political campaign If it doesn't translate into, um, votes. Isn't that what it's supposed to be all about? In other words, he was really good at getting his name out, and he got a lot of publicity and he raised money. Well, that's true of his previous endeavors as well. The nonprofits he was in charge of the businesses that he started. I mean, Andrew Yang is great at talking up a game, but when it comes to actually playing on the on the court He can't even he can't even dunk. Andrew Yang is a Democrat, and he started a third party and if people are going to be attracted to it, they're probably going to be Democrats, which means there will be fewer Democrats voting for Democrats if they vote for Yang's third party, so I know 100% endorsed this idea. You go..
"patrice" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"I don't know, but they got the whole team thinking that craigie's coming back. Yeah. You know, I look at the way the season's going and the season long storylines we're going to have to keep on talking about and you've got the burgers are on thing now, which I don't think it's going to go away the entire season. You've got to grasp and the door being open for him to return, whether that's a good decision or not. I hope after David craze press conference that he had with his new team where he pretty much was like, no, I'm finishing up this whole year in the Czech Republic. That's going to quiet some of those rumors. Apparently not. I think we're going to care about this the entire the entire year. And again, you can jump through a whole bunch of hoops to justify how crazy you can play the entire season in the check and then join here before like the signing deadlines up where guys are eligible for playoff hockey over in the NHL. And you know, maybe that's what happens. Maybe I don't think the team joined in the check extra Liga is particularly good. I don't know if they're going to be in the playoff hunt. Come February and March. So maybe he wraps up the season and jumps right back into the NHL. Maybe that's the case, and maybe that's why, you know, Don Sweeney mentioned it. Patrice bergeron has mentioned it, Bruce Cassidy has mentioned it, which keep on talking about it. You have to imagine it's not there's, I guess some smoke there, right? There's got to be something that I don't think he just tossed that out there. When you look at, all right, he's not here. We're moving on. This is a new era we have to prepare for the inevitability of these guys leaving. You'd imagine they wouldn't like entertain talk like this. I'm like, well, you could be back. You know, and who knows, maybe they're just talking about 2022, where he's a free agent again crazy and they go from there. But the fact that keep on mentioning it adds credence to the fact that maybe something is on the table, maybe they maybe that's playing all along. We'll find out. I feel like it's going to be one of the situations where the scene is going to end. In the check, and we're going to be like, all right, well, what's the situation going to be? And then we'll have the next day he's just going to be at warrior. He's going to be like, they're just going to have him in the depth chart. He's going to have like the little Michael Jordan. Like piece of paper, I'm back. That's what it's going to be. Yeah. No questions. He's not going to even back. That's what it's going to be. Business as usual. Businesses. Exactly. I am curious, though. Watch them do nothing at the deadline and then be like, crate trees are deadline acquisition. He's coming back. And then something's going to happen there. Or this would be an issue. He's not, or there's going to be some sort of contract issue or something that we don't know. And then they're going to have nobody going to be like, damn, our deadline acquisition is to kind of fell through it, isn't it? And kind of like the Red Sox with Chris sale this year where it was like they didn't do anything because they were like, oh, sales are sales our deadline position..
"patrice" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"We hear from Patrice. She decided to take a Flyer on the pork tenderloin. Taylor and I told her how good the pork tenderloin is. But she had had bad luck with pork chops as a kid, like so many of us had back in the day. So she she sent me an email over the weekend. This is from Patrice. One of our hello, fresh listeners Who was who gets the gets the delivery every Tuesday. So glad we took a chance on the Hello fresh pork tenderloin based on the good reviews from you and Taylor. We made it up last night. And it was very, very good even better, with the accompanying time honey pan sauce. Actually, Hello. Fresh pork tenderloin was a revelation compared to those horrible gross pork chops of my childhood. I never had a cook Pork tenderloin before, But as usual, I felt 100% confident that following the Hello fresh recipe card would make a good result for me. And it did so another hit. Continue to be glad that we took a chance on. Hello fresh. Glad they advertise with you. So that's Hello, fresh. That's a satisfied customer. It's not always just the taste that makes or break a meal. It's it's how it's cooked and a lot of us. You know when we Trying to do it ourselves. A pork chop gets overcooked or it's undercooked. And that's never good. Just ask my Aunt Doris if she were still around, Okay, but with hello, fresh. They tell you how long to cook it at what he'd how long for, you know, it's it's So simple and you cannot screw it up. Even Joe Biden could do it. Well, let's not go overboard, but they're they're They have 50 weekly menu.
Professor Paul Kengor Explains How Karl Marx Divided Groups to Discriminate
"You read Marx. And you said, Well, wait a second. Carl. You are obsessed with money. It's all you think about all you think about I mean, it is called material historicism for a reason. Anyway, go right here. Yeah, That's right. I mean, I think that the Alpha and the Omega is class class class right economics, economics. Economics. Individuals are not individuals. They are put into groups. And deeply you're like you say life is more complicated than that, right? I mean individuals come from different religious backgrounds, ancestral ethnic backgrounds. I mean, you know they they're complex and complicated, unique and spiritual. And what happens, stay with the modern Marxist in America. And I think this is what where your book is really crucial. Is in the 21st century. You have this whole new brand or breed or strain or strains of Marxist that are that are putting everybody in groups again. And this time it's by gender. It's by race I've read cover to cover the memoirs of Patrice Cullors, the founder of Black Lives matter, too, By the way, if Shilly Newmark what Mark said about blacks, she would not call herself a Marxist. I can tell you that much. But in her book, she does the same thing. Everybody is in a category and I if she met me, she'd probably say Oh, White guy, right? Wouldn't ask, like, Go. Where are you from? What did you do where you come from? Where your parents like, Where do your kids like? What's your favorite sport? What's your favorite music? You know, everybody is just hammered into a category. And it's an extension of the identity, racial politics. And yet you have Marxist grabbing racial and identity politics and running it through this Marxist framework or lens. So like you say, Yeah, yeah, of course individuals and larger society. They are affected by some of these things, you know, but not to the exclusion of and not solely through the lens of write a bunch of other human influences.
"patrice" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast
"Because we have to deal with compliance and because we have to keep that stuff in mind and we can't be super loosey goosey out a lot of that stuff. I absolutely understand where you're coming from in excitement. That goes along with lives. And that you know that kind of angst or pressure that you feel to perform at a different level We really do want for those of you. Who are are listening. Who have podcast and yet. That's the ultimate goal. Right is for you to have that level of polish that level of excitement because When you begin podcasting and once you get into the groove which by the way ninety eight percent of our clients get into the groove with the help of of our hosts. I want to remind everybody that you should look at when you're behind the microphone. It's game time so let's talk just a little bit about your gametime routine when you're talking you talked a little bit about at the beginning you know talk about pets or whatever. Do you have anything standard that you do with your clients to prepare them for for the ultimate and of recording. The way i try to warm them up is. I asked them to tell me about the weather. What is the weather like that way. I can check their levels their microphones. Whatever he also they get warmed up we're talking with. Everybody can talk about the weather. Come on you're never wrong. you're never right. The weather is right there. That's how we'll get going. We'll get warmed up that way and then it's will let's see. What did i learned about the last time. Let's bring that up again. I've got folders with little notes and it's it's once you get to know them. I even by the third episode. Your friends you're more than acquaintances because you have sweated this together and it's matter of it's the personal but it's also it's the technical. I'm at this end going. Holy cow is level kicked. Don't don't mess up on you're doing fine. You're doing fine keep it going. Keep it going and we're end. I'm sure it's like. Oh my god. I gotta keep it going to keep it going. Yes you're sweating it together. Man it's something various special. It is well we hear that a lot and so as we wrap up today's podcast. I'm gonna make patrice even more uncomfortable here other than some other questions because one of the things that we hear from your clients on a regular basis is the fact that they feel so comfortable with you that you're so professional and you really do make them sparkle you make them just sound amazing so i want to personally. Thank you for that enclosing. If you were to give advice like something that you learned in in your very short time on this planet that you say which everybody just knew this before they got behind the mike. What what. What would that be. There's nothing special. there's nothing hidden..
"patrice" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast
"I know you do with a lot of your clients just just to get them prepared but then there are times like right after i get them to laugh or or if i feel that shift which by the way something. That's part of the it's crazy to be empathetical for this medium because all we can do is here right but we feel that shift. I can hear it in their voice. You can hear it in their voice. I'm like okay. let's record bamut. I go right into the intro. They don't have time. They don't have time to freak out. Because i'm just like oh. Hey here's the first question. We just talk about the premiums. Go all right now and you're right about the listening though sound is so much more important. I'm sorry than visuals. it really is. You can tell so much more. Just hearing someone's voice you have to put more into your voice to get what you want to say across so you're listening to them and it's really close. It's right there you can touch it. You're not looking at somebody's face thinking. Is that an eyebrow going up or is that a is that a a tick up there. I don't know no no. No you're listening. You're really you're getting them. I taught a course for financial advisers on listening was actually a cfp approved continuing education. And when i was teaching it like people have these light bulbs go on like. That's how i practice. Larry king love him or hate. The guy just recently passed away at the time that we're recording this podcast. Lot's of people hated him. Is nineteen ex-wives probably painted him. One of the things that larry said and i was just listening to an interview with him was. I don't prepare. Because if i prepare that. I'm not meeting my audience where they are right so there were times where guests would get pissed at larry because he would ask them questions like you did no research on me whatsoever and larry would say i don't do that because i'm coming to you as a You know as an interviewer blank slate. Tabula rasa nothing. I got nothing. How do you prepare like you know. What sort of level of preparedness do you go through. What is the stuff that you do as a host so that our listeners can understand that it's not just patrice just shows up and turns on the mike and i ask all my clients i e mail the at least a day ahead and say we've got a recording such and such time. What your topic do you have a guest. Let me know. Do you want me to write the intro for you. Are we doing this together. Find out what's going on. If they have guessed they send me the guests info. I write the the introduction for the mall schmooze with that the guests for a while before we start recording the whole thing and then help them do it if it's just two.
"patrice" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast
"We are going meta because we're going to talk to a podcast about podcasting and how you can be a better podcast from learning from the podcasters at where did that come from all patricia. Sikora is our gas cheese. One of our hosts here. She's also a podcast or outside of what she does for us here at At proud mouth. And she has amazing experience. And this is going to be your opportunity to seep patrice wonderfully uncomfortable situation because as we were preparing for this heard i. We're both joking about how it's really easy to be the host because we're good at that but when you're the gas everything seems to change so guess what welcome to. The show portrays awkward an awkward. I like being on the other side. And that's one of the reasons why we love having you on the other side because there is a. There's a personality that you need to have to be a successful podcast host in. We're gonna get to that in just a few minutes. But if you don't mind as i said to you before and a lot of people who are listening if probably heard me do this. I sing the praises of you often because of your experience because of your innate skill but was it an eight i mean. Was this something that you were born with in. Let's start from winning. Were born and go all the way to the history of how you ended up here with us. I think we need more than thirty minutes for a seriously. You know it's something that i've always been empathetic and sometimes that's good. Sometimes that's bad i mean. Give me a a hallmark commercial. And i'm crying. You know but. I am empathetic people and e growing up. Don't do this. And i was going to do that and in college. I majored in german and languages and theater. And actually theater does come in handy here Communications because there was just something in the back of my head. That said. This is where you're supposed to be this. Is it and sure enough right out of college. I was the All right here we go. The dating graduated in seventy four was a recession. There were no jobs. I landed a job in albany. New york at radio station as a copywriter. I had no idea what a copywriter did. I've just went in. It was my father's boss's brother who actually owned the station. Said you want to be a copywriter. Said sheriff yeah Here's my resume. Got got home. Looked up copywriter. What the hell's a copywriter do. So i tell you right. That's good we right right. And that's where i started. And i've just radio has always been a very very special name. It's very personal. Intimate medium like television. Which tried did that for awhile. In fact medical television nice okay. fine did Some environmental education stuff at an environmental education center and the great swamp of new jersey. It was wonderful last. Came back.
If Pelosi Says Wealthy Americans Are Immoral, What About BLM Marxist Patrisse Cullors?
"Up. Is that what drives them knots that you just give them the facts and that they can't digest them? Or what about this fact that one of their other messiahs One of their other Golden calves that they worship as they chant and around in a room every time they see her. His black life matters. Founder Patrice Cullors. It's not black Lives matter. Please stop the nonsense. Patrice Cullors cares about it. Black life hers She doesn't care about black lives she cares about her is black Life matters. Founder Patrice Cullors. You know about her? Here's the New York process, like you know about her million dollar, real estate buying binge, right? Oh, you haven't heard that. I thought she was a Marxist. Patrice Cullors. Well, Don't worry. I'll put that audio up in a minute and get you know, because I always bring receipts again. Must drive liberals mad. But, yeah, Here's the story from the New York Post April 10th of 2021 inside BLM co founder Patrice Cullors million dollar real estate buying $1 Million real estate buying binge. I thought she was a Marxist. She has a million dollar real estate portfolio. Does she know what Marxism is from each according to their abilities to each according to their needs. How able, is she? And what does she need that she has a million dollar real estate portfolio? Just the question,
A Liberal Perspective on the Hypocrisy of BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors
"This story is pretty fascinating. You have this Patrice Cullors, right? She she sat on tape is no dispute about it that she's a Marxist organizer said on a cut. We played before you know, she hasn't spoke, and it uses mouse type principles for organizing. I mean, isn't that kind of hypocritical? Then accumulating a million dollar portfolio putting a fence around your house? I mean, that seems kind of grift E, isn't it? I mean, I am. I'm not one for universe. Unilateral disarmament, You know, I mean, maybe he's a market. Who wants to wait till everybody else becomes a Marxist before she gives up all the trappings of her wealth. I don't know. Yeah, I would tell you, I people call me and Marcus. I'm much better capitalism and most Don't call me a Marxist, but I'm not Well, but isn't that kind of isn't that kind of week, though? I mean, if you like, Listen, I'm a capitalist. I believe in capitalist principles for liberals to you included I believe in school choice. I believe in economic freedom, Low taxes. I believe in health care. Freedom, Healthcare liberty. I don't care if you're a liberal progressive Democrat. Whatever you call yourself, I believe in those things for you to it seems like Patrice Cullors, who's running this group. No seems to believe that Marxism is better for everyone else. Just not for her. And when you see people like Bernie Sanders as well on his third home or whatever it is, I mean, don't you get the hypocrisy like Can you acknowledge at least Chris that we don't have that problem on the conservative side like we believe in economic freedom for you
Patrisse Cullors Sounds More Like a Capitalist Than Marxist on Marc Lamont Hill's Show
"And he says to Patrice Cullors. Hey, you know what's with the $3 Million portfolio, and I want you to stay very close attention to her answer because she gives an answer. That an ideologically aligned capitalist would give. Hey, you know, we make money and earn money so I can take care of my family. Got a sun? God, What did she say? Mother in law? Whatever. I got to take care of my okay, Great. That's a capitalist answer, not a socialist answer. You doubt me here, Check this out. So a critique, though, from the left, that would say, um, if you are a trained Marxist If we're talking about a certain kind of radical politics, that extravagant homes of any sort or multiple properties of any sort is itself contradictory to the ideology that you hold. And so it's not about having money per se, but that it's about Or about property per se, But it's about there being a potential contradiction between your express politics and your lived practice. Sure, And I think that is a critique. That is, um wanting. And I say that because, um, the the the way that I live my life is a direct support to black people, including my black family members, Uh, first and foremost and For so many black folks who are able to invest in themselves in their community. They choose to invest in their family, and that's what I've chosen to do. Um, I have a child. I have a brother that has severe mental illness that I take care of. I support my mother and I support many other family members of mine. And so I see. Um uh, my money as not my own. I see it as um, my family's money as well. That's really cute that you don't see the money you spent on yourself and your house and your family as your own. That's a cute talking point. Unfortunately, it's really dumb. Okay. Hey, what, folks Please don't do this. But if I was doing a pizza, everybody in America send me a dollar to MP $330 million every send me a buck today. You know what? Don't worry. I don't consider it my own. I'm
Self-Proclaimed Marxists, People Like BLM Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors Are Frauds
"Are you eating anything other than donkeys? Why are you shopping at whole foods? Why do you need a Tesla? I'm sure you could get a refurbished Ford Pinto. It's got four wheels. It moves. Why are you socialists? Always the biggest frauds? Patrice Cullors, co founder of a black life matters. Hers lives in a $1.4 Million mansion with a fence and as producer Jim brought up during the break. Another good point I mentioned earlier on the podcast to the great Bye. Steak alike. Sometimes not so great minds to if fences don't work. Why did you build a $35,000 fence around Eur $1.4 Million socialist paradise? I'm not sure. And I thought you told us walls don't work in fences don't work. No, I only meant that for you idiots. Not for me. These people are frauds. If you
"patrice" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Captain Patrice Bergeron spoke to the media today and was asked about the game plan heading into the rematch. Have a better start. You know, I think that that's the main thing we talked about. Even after the game last game is, you know they came out strong and they got the better of us early on, and we got better as the game went on, But then you know, you can't just rely on that. And the Celtics are back on the court. Tonight, They will host the Detroit Pistons at eight o'clock. Brian Antonelli WBZ Boston's news radio, Well, 6 13, and we're having a time of it on the expressway per usual. Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes like you brought to us by Yankee Custom truck. It seems like the same time every Friday night to call the North Bound Expressway. A complete standstill. Coming up from Braintree with the left lane crash after Furnace Brook Parkway. The backup reaches well before Route 37. It's now reaching onto the top of Ruth three up into the splits. Oh, yeah, just a real problem at the start of the expressway here. South down. The expressway is good coming out of the tunnel. Slow going Mass after self bay. But surprisingly, it's not bad After that. Route three is clear all the way down. Pass route to 28 tonight and Rich 24 95 south. They're both fine coming down from 93. Another problem is downtown. The Tobin Bridge, Outbound jammed all the way up and over. It's a crash at the bottom of the bridge on the Chelsea side, keeping it down to one lane there Well, Storrow drives eastbound is backed up a little bit coming into leverage Circle. It's pretty slow on the left right up ramp, but the lower deck of 93 is fine. And so are all the airport tunnels up north of the city. Things are finally good on the upper end of 1 28. Roots three and 93 north. They're both pretty good up to the New Hampshire line and out to the West. The Mass Turnpike is good now..
"patrice" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"Speech he gave during game six of the cup final where they're facing elimination, which blew the doors off Saint Louis and that game and their own their own building all those guys afterwards. It wasn't about you know, the cliche dances of you know, we were good on the forecheck, you know around in Parks or anything like that. A lot of it was just need those speeds version gave and their commitments not wanting that season-ending that way. So yeah, I mean you kind of Trace all a lot of the success for the Bruins on ice off a lot of it is a trace back to version women who admitted or not. He probably won't in terms of his role and all of it of course, but he's just been a Monumental piece for the Bruins in terms of just his successor over the pretty much the whole tenure that he's been here. The brownie now going into is 17th season. So it's definitely Testament and title that is absolutely deserved and not a surprise to anyone. No, not a surprise. I think there's a legit case to be made the best thing to happen to Brad. Marchand was Patrice Bergeron. Oh and that first Bergeron really was kind of the the guy that set a guy like Marshawn straight cuz there was a real. It was never like Sagan but you know, like it was known that Marshawn like to have a good time and you know, the the the the celebration after the cop was she was well warranted. I mean you want to kill a cop like absolutely but you know the stuff on the ice and sort of his Antics on it was more on the ice stuff. It was him being AWOL from the Stanley Cup DVD cuz he was not in the state to do his recordings, which it was a great little fact about that video. If you watch it. He doesn't he's not have they always have you know, the talking head things. He's like not in a I don't think cuz like yeah, he wasn't available. So yep. So there's that too. So it's things like that that you know, I think it feels like you know as marshmellows are got older and matured. You know that happens as you get older but I do think that the best thing I think one of em, most, you know responsible pieces for Brad Marchand becoming an elite, you know Point getting Winger in the NHL, which I don't think you know, if you go back to the beginning of the 2010s, I don't think many people pegged Mars is like, you know, a top-five left-winger at some point is career. And here he is. He might particularly might be the best one player. This is arguably argument to be made for that. So a lot of that is Bergeron like that girl was you know, they've been linemates whole time. He reached his best friend on the team, you know, first runs been like the biggest influence on him. So I do think that it's absolutely possible that Bergeron is probably the best thing to happen to Brad Marchand back on and off the ice. So I think Bergeron obviously definitely, you know deserving of the the captaincy, but when you want to make safe bets like Burj Becoming Captain. There's only one place to make a bet like that. And that's betonline.ag absolutely Heaven. Listen up guys. It's an exciting time of the year around the Sports World. We got NFL and college football play-offs are in full swing the NBA is back and sure enough..
"patrice" Discussed on Poke the Bear
"Welcome in to poke the bear episode 55 presented by betonline.com Aronofsky here with Conor Ryan Conor. What is up Evan? I'm Splendid. How you doing? I'm doing well. It's been a fun week of this Bruins and you know, it's fun to have that again. It's fun to like have consisted news and things to talk about and opine about missed it. It's been great. You know, it's we've gotten quite a few feels like we've had multiple days where you and I have left Warrior and been like there's way too much stuff to dissect. I think you know, we've there's a lot of different stuff to deal with but I would much rather wage has a couple of times but I'd much rather be having too much stuff to write about than just sitting around and my sweatpants watching like mess and reruns. You know that got old back in like April, right? So yes, but the back in the spring Things and again whole bunch of stuff to get through especially considering the training camp is a short as it is it's funny when I was in quarantine as the listeners know back in like mid-november, I would sit there and act like, you know 12 in the morning or whatever and I just kind of be like, you know hanging out and I'd flip on nests and there'd be like a game from like a Bruins game from like nineteen ninety-eight like oh this seems kind of interesting, you know and all this so Dom, um, but it is fun to have like real stuff being up and you know, being up late and typing out stuff and getting stories in and posting stuff. I miss it. I missed it so much and I'm so glad wage. It's finally back. And so this obviously this week There's been quite a bit of stuff to dissect first piece of news the worst kept secret in hockey Patrice Bergeron named the captain of the Bruins game on Thursday afternoon almost wasn't I do one done almost was not I do Wonder in that video Marshawn gets handed the jersey with the c on it I do. Wonder when they cut to Bergeron you can't see it cuz you had a mask on but I do wonder if there was a second where it was like is this a joke, there's money if they really committed to it and like actually treat it out like a press release like imagine if they like me like a full announcement. So like five minutes, of course, you could never do that. But just imagine how much like hockey Twitter would lose it shit off if that happened. So, I mean I'm for actually rolling the back cuz like yeah the video there's like that like half second where you see Bergeron his eyes are just like glazed over we were like, wow, this is really happening. They even had they committed hard enough to put the C on marchand's Jersey. Oh, it's like yeah that you have to tell like women person like hey take off like 5-10 minutes out of your day to put a c on a jersey that you're only going to take off later on. So I just find that hilarious cuz like I mean you have to think this was never a competition. Like obviously was going to be version on the entire time. If you're the Bruins PR people, you're probably thinking like okay, how do we make this like the funniest most interesting?.