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"paul rebel" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

03:53 min | 9 months ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"This time will hold most of for next time but astroid one of our listeners was kind to send a kind enough to send me that for lack of better expression sequel. So i'm going to read just a few lines. Will tease people. In next time you're bracket read. The whole thing outed as well so we got very thank you both year. Our mother was the pussycat. Our father was the al. And so we were partly little beasts and partly little fouled. The brothers of our family have feathers. And they who while all the sisters dressing for and of long tails to boot. We all believe that little mice for food are singularly nice and then it goes on and on. So how wonderful. What i'll do. I'll send it to you. Nancy as soon as the shows over and next time you can read it to us as well nancy. Congratulations on yet another fabulous contribution or community. We can't wait to see it in person. -gratulations greg thank you and i think i wanna thank sharon as well who just emailed a bunch of pictures of the children of the owl and the pussycat mostly. Cat has an owl bodies by the way. Let me say. I mentioned margin. I have not yet been to the park. The formal unveiling is next year. We saw video thing. We saw video of the sculpture and was just. It is nancy. Scher nasqad is just terrific. It's gorgeous okay. Thank you very much again. Nancy assuring her latest public art installation is called again diversity the owl and the pussycat. It's at the non. Quit street green corner dorchester. And the park. If you haven't been as is really beautiful. Nancy's latest book is ducks on parade. Which is the doc staff. The common in every kind of outfit for for for christmas or thanksgiving along people outfits and red sox outfits. It's a really fun book for your kids to anyway coming up with the delta variant and another school year paul rebel joints for this and other education headlines keeper predom- eighty nine seven. Gbh boston public radio..

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

08:17 min | 10 months ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Billy billy cleaning cleaning up incredible kelly leave of the year. That's right. I forgot you on this so you got you graduated college. Liberal arts school and you got the vaccine. Yeah so banji. Oh and you quit a job. Yeah i quitted job for a little bit for yeah. Thank you for the opportunity to be liberal. The original sense of the word. Yes yes freedom okay. So what do you accept your award. I guy can't do. i have do a accept it. No part actually. That would make them super. Like i think i. I won't accept this award until everyone had hardship and life gets an award. I shared the award with chris long last year. So what am i do. I might give him this one. Okay i like that. That's also this year you. You beat up. A cuban person who hates cast in is that. Why is that. Why you blocked chris long because you were like trying to beat him in liberty year locked crystal. I forgot you did that. You got so triggered online other liberal. He made a safe-space that you had to make safe-space flake wouldn't keep melting also. What's the lib cuck of year. When we originally might have been the. I think cuck of the year is actually different. Category from from lebron. Yeah yeah not. All libs are wait. Not not all libs but all lives are cooks. Yeah yeah so good job. Good job billy. Congratulations proud when we did when we sponsored. Aoc's our first An i l. athlete. Billy was like oh my god dream come true goals as we said she said on the texture is i. Can i drink her. Bathwater girl boss all right student girl boston. Fuck bill you on that one to know. Hey hey take anyone. You're you're cleaning up today. You're cleaning up today all right next up. Pf t right no issue. It's me i'm all lost i. I can't trust us enough. Jake just alfred my brain so hard by getting up and just changing. Every still don't know what he was doing. I don't either incredible to jake. No i had the p really badly all right thirst trap of the year big award. Lots of people up there for thirst trap of the year. We'll start with us. Everyone in this room. We get their strap of the year for the post of us. Playing demi do finders pool. I think women are still masturbating to that today Next stop we jeffrey toobin. It must not be that good of a picture through still masturbating. Yeah that's true from the get off. Keep looking at my fucking belly. Overlapping like just my belly. Looks like it's choking my bathing. Listen i think we all look good. We looked like real mentioned. Look yeah fancy guys that work out eat correctly. This real guys look like yes. Yes perfect body right. We have ryen russillo for the jumper. That doesn't make any sense where he's floating in the air getting shots up pick at. He was unloading some pictures from his camera. That's true that's a photo dump for people in the world Jeffrey toobin is nominated. We already talked about him. But his thirst trap where he's masturbated on zoom call and then our good friend paul rebel for giving the game ball after a win which doesn't happen often appeal for people out there. That aren't the canons. Worse team in place is springs. Yup yup giving away the game ball in his underwear well. Everyone else had their shorts on and most had shirts on it was very uncomfortable to watch. I didn't write down. Who won this. So let's decided right now. I mean. I think it's gotta go to to paul rebel. Who's the most likely to reach. We all know lamb. We'll paul rebel. If he wins it might not be brand friendly enough. Oh should we give it. Should we tie a tight or soul and rebel. And if you want to win the picture of themselves. Yeah yeah okay. So we'll do a card with paul rebel and ryen russillo and it will say in fine print. I re tweet gets the actual. Yeah i like that okay. So there's trap of the year award is still to determined just shocking that julian almond was not nominated. He put a shirt on. Yeah yes he retired from avalanche topless. Pictures i this is taking history folks. We just didn't give award away and instead we're making a competition. I think we kind of did because only the truth of the year would more people to see that original thirsty. Yeah that's true does true. Okay good good award. The twelfth award of the evening is going to the category of premature celebration. A lot of good nominees this year first nominee is every steelers fan. When they were eleven to know maybe the worst eleven no team in any sport of all time yes but they were letting us know about it at that. Point also nominated is ryan russillo for adopting chris. Paul and making chris paul his son in the second round the playoffs just before chris. Paul fell off the face of the earth. It was after it was it says credit he was after they won the wac western conference final. And i'll give him a little bit of credit that he's he has thrown out there that he thinks game. Four of the finals will probably hurt him more than it hurts chris. Paul like mentally so he's at least taking some ownership but yeah that was. He was looking for his victory lap on chris. Paul i think chris paul cares more than everyone else now. We'll to game for well. Ryan changes tune win. It eventually comes out to chris. Paul was dealing with a wrist. Drew is now going to be like see. I was right about chris. Paul but i didn't know he was hurt. Yeah we will see yes. So the the winner of premature celebration of the year goes to the sunday four. Oh man because he had a moment. Yeah thank you bill yes. He had a moment he became a public figure and as quickly as he came on the scene he left and he came on the scene with like in a ball of fury yes. He announced his presence by beating up that nuggets guy. And it's over. it's over it's over. He's it's nice guy. We had him on. the show. Did a t shirt with him. Wishing the best luck sons and four is over. It's not it's it's never coming back so it was not what a whirlwind he had a moment he'll always you know what he'll always be able to be like. Hey i'm the sons. four guy. Credit two sons in four guys. Well because i saw on his instagram when the sons were down three two he was playing chess. While everyone else is playing checkers he was doing some charity work given meals to homeless before they actually got lost the nba finals. He was getting ahead of it. So i appreciate the ability to see the whole court and if you go back long enough in his history especially on instagram you can see. He's going to be just fine. He's like a big outdoors. Guy probably didn't watch too many live sports. His looked like he hung out on big rocks hiking a lot so i think he's got a good mindset to move on. Yes all right so Grade award grade awards sons and four guy. He will definitely reach tweet this absolutely. He's got nothing else. Left next up. We have the bulk of the year award big year and bonk's the nominees. Jeffrey toobin is still nominated. He's is he not going to win. An award is gonna be sad goes home. always a bridesmaid. Never bribes being nominated for everything Pf is nominated pfc. Had an especially horny year. I think it started with the miley cyrus and it was like a four week. Four months stretch generic off snowballed from there. Don't jack age age negative eight years. You've got a new sense of true energy and hornets frank. Thomas is testosterone pill. Yeah i felt. I felt like i was back in my mid twenties again. Yeah just the ladies. don't complain. All roads lead back to a sex joke. That's okay all right. And then lastly.

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"paul rebel" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

07:52 min | 10 months ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Fun i love. Mba hot stove all right very excited because last tonight is the major league baseball. All-star game tomorrow night is the wnba all star game but this weekend the all star game for the premiere. Lacrosse league is going down in san jose. July eighteenth pay pal park and we're excited now to be joined on the show by co founder chief marketing officer and midfielder for the p. l. l. which is just the greatest chiron and the greatest title. I think in sports today. A paul ryan joins the show. What's up man. I love that title. Was that workshop. But was there a memo. I think it's too complicated then. But i appreciate. I think i can sports. We want things as digestible as possible. So like wait a second. this guy. co-founded the league and he's playing in. It doesn't sound right so so soon. I think it'll. It'll simplify and i love a man. I think it's such a nice flex at the end and midfielder because you're still out there doing work. Congratulations on the all star game selection. I saw quote from you talking about the the experience this weekend. Up in san jose for lacrosse fans and the game being held at pay pal park and you said it provides fans with a premium modern sports experience. What does that mean to you or was it a lot of the reason why we built our league. Structure under tour based model is that we knew that professional lacrosse has its upside. Its opportunity because the game has been around. For centuries native american game then competed at the double a and use level over the last hundred years at the highest level continues to grow and participation but to build a pro league from the ground up in a city based format. You go after billionaire owners. Who can open up their own stadiums and you look at the track. Even an mos is the nearest standard and that takes a lot of time so instead of doing that we looked at these mls venues for example that have already been built over the last decade that have a bunch of vacancy during the summer. Why don't we just launch our league and play at these sites so That's what people come to expect when they pay x. amount of dollars for professional sports event is the best in class. Not only on field from an experiential standpoint on site. Ben lines filling in for rich eisen on the rich eisen show. Paul rebel joins the show the premier lacrosse league. All-star game is going down san jose this weekend. Do you look As the chief marketing officer at elements for all the all star games and try to take little bits and pieces and maybe leave others behind. Make your experience different and the best it can be all star games. Depending on the league are becoming more and more exciting in and in some cases most tuned in the nba. All star game. I think they do a great job. Nhl experience experiments as well I think the nfl is the one with the the largest challenges. They don't have an all star game. They're pro bowl and kind of falls the week before the super bowl and the planet because it's so injurious in a way For us we have a sport. That's so stylistic in lacrosse it's in the middle of our season so we have an season standard all star break but we do things like Tie up with sponsor In this case where we're getting getting ready to announce the big one that Basically underwrites and sponsors all of the elements of the things so the ability to kind of sprinkle in action sports narrative to team sports. Which you don't often see then. We have our skills challenges where you can highlight fastest shot. Competitions were shoot the ball greater than one hundred fifteen miles an hour so speaking like universal language around what excites people and these like ridiculous that can be accomplished and bringing those to life in addition to just the rudder playing a game. You've got outside the box thinking when it comes to the marketing in the sport but as you get older and continue to play the sport at a high level. What kind of outside the box thinking do you take on in your own life when it comes to your body. You're training your mental focus. Some tells me you're not taking on just the traditional course a training like some other athletes. Yeah it's hard and so you learn how to adapt by force of nature and then sometimes by You know having a good trainer like intellectual curiosity but forced by nature is a lotta times through injury. So i started getting injured a lot when i was twenty. Eight cared me through most of my early thirties. I'm thirty five now. And the games are so contact in the. I spend most of my week just recovering and that's different. When i was first starting at professional already spend the week between game sharpening your skill and and really grinding. I can prove your conditioning. It just changes. When you're older. Takes your body longer to recover but at the same time you spend more time in the mental jim than and reviewing tapes and trying to be smarter off all and and predict the future of of plays and that happens. We're seeing it with chris paul. Now in some cases playing his best ball. Even though i kinda grew up a couple of years younger than him watching him as a distributor and trying to emulate that to my own style and then we'll crossfield so it's pretty amazing when you see athletes to their thirties in play at the highest level. Are you kidding me. Someone in my thirties had to like figure out a lifestyle approaches to wake up. And do this show today to sit here. And not throw a wrench in my day. I can't imagine you going across the middle. And the fact that you look at a guy like chris paul for inspiration or you take something from other ethics. I love the cross like sport athlete. Respect that you guys all share and who are some other ones sort of out there in other sports that you tried to take from them and bring it into your actual across game while. I'll call out. One and in. Tom brady so everyone talks about tom and his skill and the physicians specific to the quarterback to a little bit different However tom's kids play lacrosse. Watch the p. l. l. I've gotten to build a relationship with him last couple of years in and he's constantly reminded me of you. Know sherpa commercial Tb twelve brand but like the applications that he has there and he's able to even listening to his interview on the shop A couple of weeks ago. They were really simplify and degree. Almost calls it easy if you just stick with you know the fundamentals apply ability and nutrition and hydration and i think those are things we take for granted. I tell young kids now that our athletes. It's a lot like being a race car if you have this incredible Lamborghini or mercedes it's built for the f. one track and you're putting a bunch of regular fuel in it not going to experience the damages you're doing to the car until a decade later. Maybe shorter so you can still drive that thing as fast as possible. But if you're going to play the long game professional athlete you gotta do the premium fuel early or your body will break down. And i think we see that with a lot of athletes no way to track it right To what they were doing amateurs but when they start breaking down in their early twenties and even late twenties you start to wonder so if you wanna be a professional athlete. You've got to treat your body as a racecar early and often and kicked out regular feel out of tank. Paul rebel joins us show the co founder chief marketing officer and a midfielder in the premier lacrosse league. They're celebrating their all star festivities this weekend up in san jose ben lines films for rich eisen can follow paul on instagram twitter. Everywhere at paul rebel. But i do want to talk to you about giving out game balls. Yeah that that's an intense moment bro. That's an helmet in that locker room for the players and for me watching it on your instagram. It's an intense moment. it's also one of the best moments you're giving game balls out after win Yeah i i I think you're a for video. I post instagram..

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

06:57 min | 11 months ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"You're not getting it's like a dog with a toy and you're trying to get out of its mouth and just can't park exactly the tennis ball and you weren't getting that ball back. It was yeah. It was frustrating for the islanders. Perfect analogy because it is when you're at the dog park and a bulldog gets a hold of like you just like it's okay. Yeah it's alright. We got more at home. Yeah it's right. So are we a canadians podcasts. Yeah i mean fuck thirteen. Probably islanders lightning. I mean not slept. Okay yeah no fucked the lightning faulk. Third leg greg. Charities ride a money bro. Like i have no problem saying that again to you. I think i think the canadians are now. Officially america's team feels like it's coming home. Is it coming home coming home. It's coming home for the canadian. I was a segment for a french listeners. Yeah the canadia give us give it to us. Give us some french jake Appel gina saipa. Oh billy Genetic compromise can talk during this segment. But only in. French gem legrand. We sarong sandra on the maison. Everything that means it's coming said rancho on zone chromosome. Oh that's delicious sandwich. Truck modem is that also delicious sandwich. We okay jake. La coup revie allah muslim l. That q cop is coming home. Yeah i Thing that i would if you're a canadian fan you probably are confident in just the fact that everyone says lightning in five yeah. Everyone is predicted that the canadians will lose. Every single round and every single round curie prices stood on his head and they don't have to really worry about the rest. I rust game was monday night. And i'll say this about the lightning there with the french called liz incompetent. Yeah or fucking losers. That's the translation All right so that was our hockey talks. You talk a little p. l. l. talking about losers nice segue. I forgot to watch the game. So i'll i'll give you. I'll give you a rehash at the box score. Tell me why. tell me big cat. We should not sell the team right. Now i'm an idea primetime music. Espn you know. I'll tell you exactly what happened. Have you ever seen the movie old yeller all right so the end of that movie. That's what we need to do the water dogs. They're fucking suck. Take him shoot him in the head. Not actually with with a bb gun rights injure him with a water gun but yeah they suck man. I think paul rebel put them on prime time because as we discussed on friday he described he. He runs the entire league. Neither he or his brother makes every decision ever I'm pretty sure he put us on. Prime time just to embarrass now. Didn't team that we played. Weren't they good last day. They work it okay. Everyone was saying to me. I'm not big. I don't embrace excuses. I embraced solution right. So so how are we going to most effectively. Kill his team well. So here's the thing. Everyone was saying to me on saturday. Night like dude. It's not the water. Dogs aren't pad. It's archers are really good. that doesn't fly for me. I'm not eating jerry jones's cool he's like. Hey the packers are really good. It's not that the cowboys are really bad. No fuck that jerry's cherries out here trying to win a championship every every single year. And so i'm putting it on the water dogs. I think that as a podcast. We need to throw down the gauntlet. This weekend is a must win okay. Well can't lose. Speak at how combo we get cesar milan on here just during these dogs. Yeah how do you train an dog. how about just shoot to fuck you shoot. Yeah four you can just not look at them. That's a good way to train dogs to deny attention i was i said this before the show and i wou i didn't know if i was gonna say it on on here but i'll just say it. I think we should. We should contact mike vick about coaching. The docs has gotten to that point. Yeah it's got to that point. Okay i hate this team. I wanna put i. I want to put ice on all their boehner's right now because they don't they don't deserve you know what they don't deserve the name dogs. Yeah i don't wanna. I don't wanna make this about dogs. I want to make them earn their dog right and they don't they on it. Yeah there's water water you that we stopped through. You guys are pissed. Actually your piss puddle Your way guy seemed like nice guy. So i'm rooting for them personally. But as a team is collective still the coolest uniforms. Yup hitter coach That's about it. I'm going to move a lot of people thought that jake was calling this game out. No they turned on. Turn it on and they're like where's cheek today. Turn on what's his name ryan boyle bro us there. Have you out to bro. I gave him a follow nothing yet so he hasn't followed you back on the nicknames. Were you rip with two peas in bro so looking forward to meeting we gotta give you a lacrosse nickname. Jake is a pretty good look. John yeah marshes also pretty bill. You do that. It's wondering two things at the income of the nickname crossing game for. Yes all right. We'll so bro has not followed you back. it'd be ashamed of people. Tweeted like hey. Why don't y'all jake marsh back. Sounds like trouble in paradise. I think he's starting the beef that's fucked up. He's got four more weeks again before working with me. It's a long ways away. Okay okay Anything else oh. We had the first baseball substance. Suspi ejection in the white sox mariners game. This is great. Rob manfred finally has a head to see what they did with the glove. Either put in a panic put in like a plastic like a kitchen trash trag and the announcers like and according to league protocols this is being hermetically sealed. They were trying to use big words. It's got no. They put it in a fucking hefty bag and then they wrapped it around itself. They did a piss poor job actually of wrapping up the glove yet. Now my prediction is going to be a chain of custody issue. That comes into play with the glove. The pitcher is going to appeal it. He's going to get off and rob manfred still won't have yes. Yes so yeah. I think it's it's so stupid. It's just so fucking stupid baseball and also Baseball revealed their all jerseys which are atrocious. I who cares. It was cute honestly. It wasn't as bad as i thought that they would so the very bad the away or bad the home. The whites aren't that bad The blues were bad. Yep yeah. Yep i listen. I had that. I had that sentence all the way all right. Let's do who's back the week. And then we have call morikawa on awesome interview in person in person interviews or back..

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"paul rebel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:23 min | 11 months ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A straight A student hungry for advanced math. I really enjoyed the getting. Two. Join in, like the higher levels of math. Because in connections, I was able to move up to ninth grade math and then move up to honor naked bath. Which is much more challenging and much more interesting for me. Personally, Christina has thrived with virtual learning, and she plans to continue with connections Academy at least through the end of middle school next year. She says. You can't beat waking up whenever you want, And she doesn't miss spending up to an hour and a half traveling on the school bus every day. But when it comes to remote instruction in traditional public schools, a recently published survey of educators by the Rand corporation found some apparent contradictions. Relatively high demand for it. But some alarming statistics about standards, Rand, senior policy researcher Heather Schwartz says, figuring out what quality remote learning looks like It's scale well. I think that's going to be The challenge of our generation so that we don't further create separate and unequal schooling systems, uh or exacerbate separate and unequal schooling systems. For innovation hub. I'm Elizabeth rots. Want to come back now to my conversation with Paul Rebel He's the former secretary of education in Massachusetts. Now at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and Pedro Negara, who is the dean of the Ross your School of education at USC. We've been talking about how the past year could become a generational pivot for public school in America. Nogueira told me one issue that he's worried about right now are the many kids opting to go fully virtual, even though he knows as you just heard. There is real demand for it. School is not just about the academic learning. It's about the social and emotional learning. It's about understanding your place in society. It's about learning to get along with others. I worry about the long term consequences, um, that there are many kids who were just online too long. You know they're in school, and then there are playing video games after school, and it's not good for their eyes. It's not good for lots of things, so there are things that we should be concerned about, as well with respect to long term implications. Paul when you hear from parents about this paradigm shift, essentially of meeting people where they are personalizing things for kids. Is that really going to happen? It just feels like This is such a big ship to turn around. Well, that's a huge ship to turn around, and maybe calling it a paradigm shift. All I think that's an accurate description might overweighted at this moment where people to run school systems are justifiably exhausted and just trying to find their way to solve the logistical problems and so forth. They're getting people back into school. But I do think that we've learned some ways and means of moving in the direction of personalizing our system. In other words, we have a factory model system of education that was developed in the early 20th century to batch process mass produce education and we've refined it a little bit. But it's still basically the same logic and that logic is one size fits all teach to the middle. Get through as best you can. With the average. It's very different than for example, what you're doing business you'd niche market to a particular customer or in medicine. You'd have a case management approach where you take into account. What are the strengths and needs of a particular patient and what sorts of treatments are needed? And how do we apply them and follow progress and bring that person to a level of health? So some school systems for example, Um Nashville? Uh, they have 26,000 students. They've assigned a navigator to every student within the school system. So each student has an adult who's an advocate who knows the family who knows the individual. They've done a profile of what that child needs, and they built a system to begin to move forward and start thinking in that way. Is this person is this Navigator, A teacher they have volunteered could be a teacher. It could be an administrator, but they found a way to do it for all the Children, So I think yes, it's a major shift in in philosophy, an operations and those are not insignificant, but I think their ways and means of getting there and we see some signs that indicate that as a result of the pandemic, people have had to embrace some of these methods earlier than expected. And they're making some good progress. Pedro. One of the big questions. I have, um And I read a little bit about this is about teachers and recruitment. Teaching was already stressful teaching to you know a bunch of black boxes on zoom when people have cameras turned off, boy. That's even more stressful because I've taught and like you feed off the energy that's coming back to. You know, Nothing's coming back to you. That's it's like a comedian. It's like the audience is, you know in the dark and you can't see them at all. Um I wonder if you worry about you know that maybe people at the near the end of their careers were like whatever I'm taking early retirement. Other people were discouraged by teaching on zoom and that kind of lack of interaction. What do you see with the teacher pipeline? You're raising really important question because in the same way as we need to think about how to make schools more responsive to kids, we have to make them better places to work into. And you know, we've taken for granted that we'll always have a supply of teachers out there and and again, we had major issues around pay and benefits, especially in certain states. And the job has become less and less attractive to a lot of people. You know, when I became a teacher over 30 years ago in Providence, Rhode Island, I was drawn by the ability to make a difference to have an impact on kids. And I think that's what attracts people to the work in the first place, and we need to make sure that we are attracting people and and providing them with support, so they can, in fact, experience that sense of accomplishment that we need to give them the support so they can also see teaching his creative work. Where they have the ability to grow intellectually and professionally, And I am concerned that if we don't put the effort into this, we can find many districts that will have trouble. Attracting a new group of teachers to work in our schools. So if we have this conversation again in five years, and we say, you know, when we look back at the at the pandemic, this is the thing. This is the thing that stuck that change things that Now I can really identified this part of education as having started during the pandemic or been affected by the pandemic. Paul, what's that thing? I'm not sure it's a silver bullet care. I mean, I think it's I think it's doing better in a bunch of categories. I think we'd have universal high quality early childhood education and we will have used some of the funds that are coming from the federal government to get there. I think we would have an entitlement for every child to have high quality after school and summer learning and enrichment, kinds of opportunities. I think we do a much better job on nutrition and health care for our students. I think we will have given our teachers enough. You know, investment over the next few years in professional development to not only use technology better but to do some of the things in deeper learning that we talked about earlier. I think we will have personalized education to the laments of some of those parents. We will have set up ways and means that teachers and guidance counselors another connective kind of people. Come together with families to make joint common cause for improving Children's well being in school success, so I think we'll see it in. I hope we'll see it in a variety of different categories of our endeavor rather than in one particular area. Pedro off, finished with you kind of same question, but Are there going to be ways? Paul gave a very positive view of how things may change coming out of this? Are there people whose lives are going to be forever affected by what happened this year. Kids? Yeah, and we're already seeing signs of that the ones who are not flocking back to schools and who are considering alternatives. Um The home schooling alternatives. I think to the question you post to Paul. I would say well, either say, look, this period of disruption served as an opportunity. To create a new system that was better than the one we had that was more responsive and schools that were more engaging than we've known before. Or.

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

07:05 min | 11 months ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"And barred anymore. Who's that italy for. A big announce was breaking. We fucking known for a while. Oh that's actually true but hey mercy county is reversing for the awol's making news okay. It is happening. July thirty first a doubleheader on peacock blotchy yes j. l. change. That's a good tag jake on the car on the costs. Thank you guys would not be possible without all of you guys in here. Paul rebel was a big big advocate. Dave erica everyone green lighting. It very thankful going to be fun. Water dogs second game. They're playing the defending champion with snakes. Ten fifteen eastern time. Is this a legacy game for jake. Who yes islanders game. And he's like big cat a pica's again. of course he's like go dogs. I was like what does he. I went to georgia. Did doug's coach at georgia. And then and then. I was like oh. He's talking about the water talk. Be your partner in the booth. His name is ryan nerd. Wait what is it. Assuming it stays in place ryan. Who is it. you said it twice. I haven't heard it go ahead. I'm not gonna say ryan boyle. I'm excited to work with him. He's gonna be great where college. Let's hope aside. Johns hopkins princeton o lord than you. You'll have to concede that fine with just so you know right out of the gate. You should be like listen. You're smarter than me. So also i. If there's like a back door play you gotta like elbow and be like. That's the old princeton back door. Broadcasters love bring us from nine hundred ninety seven. i'm excited. Yes so exciting. You guys really means a lot. Yeah let's make it I double hunting. Let's let's make it the most watched broadcasts on on the peel all season. But yeah the most viewed cock on the internet. Yeah because we want to keep you know fulfilling his dream. We want jake to end up one day way better than all of us all. That's tough today. You guys really such showed up. Just shut shut. Shut the fuck up. Shut up firefox. Yeah oh that's that's certainly not a firefighter battling. I thought the fact that. It's gonna get you ryan boiling a big beef before your broadcast. So ryan boyle to your point earlier. I also got roasted for a picture. But it was because i was holding my nose as i was jumping in you destroy me but the first times i jump in and water shoves up my nose. I don't want that happening. Blow out your jumpings people screw you. You're listening i appreciate. It doesn't sound like you do appreciate and bills third looking out for your image everything. I said about watching jayco the peacock. Just strike that from the record. No this game. I give you a tip. You go when you land. And that's that's all you have to do. Most of us learned that when but but the water filter knows. It's not going. Yeah i am bud. Look look. I'm billy's face when he's love you so there are so many things i'd like to say right now but i know how short my leashes visit jake though. I love jake. Because he's like he's about to be announcing real pl game. He's going to be going on to better bigger and better things someday. And he's still like that will pesky water up. Your it's thoughtful. It's worse. I got a prediction. I think one day. Jake will be calling a national championship. Nba game whoa. That would be a great the final today. He was doing that to cover up the mistakes. That was a joke. That's the one thing about four championship game or both of them hybrid. Yeah i think that national championship plays no. It definitely doesn't add. The nba percent does the bargaining phase of pf t screwing that it actually way better that way. Get the natty. If i said except international. Yeah all right. Chip billy fire fest recap when my therapist is that when we were playing with a ball started out dinger. I play the game. Sonic good you know off me not big at then about in the second inning There was a big fly ball. It was in right field known. Was there i was in. Centerfield tracked it real nice and left field left field tracked a real nice ran out their position myself right onto the ball but earlier in the day we'd been playing a game involved crisco. There's a lot of chris. My hands areas and i dropped it but that's not the worst part. No it's not. I know that's not the worst part. But i did strike. You know this is a better part. But say i always hissed that dropped it so i was going to make up for it by thrown out at home. Then i picked up the wiffle ball and walls pretty light pre like you know like not a very spleen wiffle ball manny ramirez and left field is pretty much what i would say so i try to throw it make like you know like nice. Whatever just into the ground just went direct ground. Maybe a little hard to throw it long. He threw it down first time fielding that they warm up we didn't throw the ball before you know they got struck out by big cat. It was terrible because he kept painting the outside of the chair. I thought there all balls and But it gets that one day and then big cat through one right down a hit it and it went really far but then fucking dana. Just like bad it to himself. And all this is a full recap of the game now. It's just my my sisters my adventures but the live. Look we're moving. Barry bonds going for the home run record we saw every about. We just saw every. Billy live looking into billy's bats the i'll i'll give billy this the throw from left was so bad spectacularly bad that made me fall down there was a thousand our directly into the ground. He's to get in front of that. My legs gave out watching you do that. It was so it was so bad anyway. So i made a equation for the respects. The amount of respects nba player gets after your tires. Wow so it is the church. The delta change in years since.

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

08:40 min | 11 months ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Now more paul rebel the other week. The one where you like caught it in the jumped in the air caught and then took a couple of steps and shot it. How quickly did you get on the phone with. Espn and be like. Hey you have to make sure that this makes the top ten. As soon as as soon as my goal has seven. I wanted to number three or higher right and it got nine okay. Yeah that sucks. How is it going real real question. How is it going overall. I feel like you guys. I do nap during the games. But i do also have found myself. I don't know what you've done to me. But i genuinely do. Enjoy watching the cross Maybe not the water dogs week one. But like how's it going overall. Do you think you've hit some of the marks that you've set out four hours it. I mean it's gone really well so we've We've expanded when we were first in here we're talking about competing with mo l. and then we merged within this offseason so we are now just a singular professional outdoor lacrosse league in all those players that were playing 'em all previously either came on two new teams or are hoping to get onto a team. We expanded from six to eight. Teams was a hostile takeover. It wasn't hostile. It wasn't fro and sounds like it wasn't. He wasn't friendly at first interest in two thousand seventeen right. How many like. We're the big swing. Indeed on the block right now. You have to join us and that never happens in pro sports. It's usually the the upstart league tucks into the existing one. How many how many teams you guys resort all of them into perpetuity. But we just expanded. One team with the canon cannons occurs team. I was drafted to in the team. That i got traded to got it. This offseason right got it. Which happened or the commissioner got it and also the team that chris hogan place for right so and to happen. Right so yeah. When can we get a big check. That's mostly interested in so let's continue to talk about the peel on the show. It makes a ton of sense for you because the bigger you guys bring attention to the games the bigger the games if you need to say that and put that in there great both positive and negative attention to the game any attention to bring negative attention right like most of this interview is negatively positioning. Well let me ask you a question about lacrosse. Do you feel that your high pocket w pocket was detrimental to a lot of the beginner. Lacrosse on this question. Who wrote that. What i said. Are you trying to time. Because you know that you've ruined i was. I was just getting ready to add. And i realized that i was going to position myself with the thirst. Answer no is the guy next to you. Is billy okay. So it's basically equivalent to the ovechkin curve which He really curves his stick. Which makes it hard to play hockey. But it's a skill stick and And what happened was my first started playing. That's been radar. Guns were introduced at the professional level. And then the game became all about who can shoot the fastest and people start getting big pockets tightening their shooting strings and then they can't play the game well except they can shoot a ball heart. Okay so that's probably answer your question so fucked up the skill it was kids. Just trying to chase a fastball. Hundred percent went to going out and just being a good three point shooter. Yeah we'll curry has ruined basketball. In a way you think so. Have you thought about doing like paul rebel camps to make the children where you go around and you teach the kids the other important skills. I was literally rash on on guitar. And these other things that you need to know. Crashes about sex. Yeah yeah it's about fucking. Yeah yeah third strapped. Yeah it's his favorite song. Yeah it should always liked their hits more than the people listening to it. What dave was early days is what the po l. is early days lacrosse. Used to busk. You know that yeah. He'd set his guitar stand up and he'd play outside for twenty bucks that's prudent. He absorbed carter beaufort the next thing. You know championships yup multiple titles and sold out venues. Yeah which is where we're going to be so what's one thing that we can be doing a better as owners to help grow the game. Honestly you guys are to our best owners. Thank you out of how many who are capped tables pretty big. Yeah so joe. Tie churning group. Ca hair splitter sports entertainment arctis crafts baum capital breath jefferson so he'll dean Rain ventures so a pretty strong. Like robert kraft. Yep so he's one of the owners. Okay did you feel like a little bit left out that you weren't invited to chip it on that. That birthday present forum now dropped off the bentley non. I'm lacrosse player. I can't contribute to that. Okay what's what's this man. Powerplay situation like i get people. Keep coming at me being up. It's like you say power play. It's a fucking power okay. So you're saying that the greatest lacrosse player of all time is saying it's power play not man up. Everyone shut up. Yeah because what you have then on the women's game is they're saying woman up it's it's become a gender thing and we could just say you could say player advantage. That was the other thing we thought about nope. Power power play on the power right. It's pretty simple. Everyone knows it. How does it work though. Do they take one guy off. One guy goes to the sembene. Got it nice. I like to send. Yeah did we don't but we should. Yeah that's what we're saying. Yeah send then send been is way cooler than it should be like one of those old school things. We grabbed money. Because you don't pay the players right. We pay them a fair amount. Oh really okay. We'll my guys were hitting me up saying that they wanted some chords late at the bar. And you actually start to pay for that players. Always want more. Yeah that's true. Did you get the tab we i i saw. You're gonna pass it through question. He's the shadow. Commissioner and member micro is the is the head of the cbi is head of the players. Union is that right. I have that right. no no. It's your dad this latter the player. That's right how many vodka red bulls are. We allowed to buy for players per week. That's not in their writer so you could probably their cat. No no cap now. Do you think there's never going to go to a city model. I actually think that what you've done is worked in that respect. That like you pick a team. There is no city like just go with. Yeah i think we could ask grows but right now just looking at the the audience size objectively and where audiences are all over the country and then what we did with our network deal with. Nbc is like let's optimize for distribution and viewership and let's try to be where our audiences so it's on the road. The earth thing is when we saw the super league announced and intern turnover. They were basically doing what we are doing already. Which is these teams. These players have this value. That's agnostic to geography and we're gonna take them everywhere because attention is what drives revenue right. More than geography traditionally but geography still has a big pool. Also as we grow will probably flip to that and if we did what would you guys take water. Dogs i was gonna say seattle just because then we could be like we're bringing a free. Hey pistol well. Not just a big lake press conference. We're bringing professional franchise to seattle over like the sonics. We think maybe watch. What's the biggest city in america. That doesn't have a professional sports team. The ones boston louisville louisville that'd be good georgia's atlanta has had a number of teams. Come in and leave yeah I'm trying to think where would where would we go. What city do we always trash. You guys don't like to travel. I'm surprised it wasn't like very fast. Cincinnati would be good honestly. Probably vegas natty would be good. Asa actually everyone's going to try to get vegas. Philly would be funny. Riverside san bernardino ontario california operation. Four point three hundred igus. Yeah i you got your just pull jeff bezos and wherever you are wherever you wanna go moments like that. I like that a lot..

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

04:36 min | 11 months ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"No no i go for it. Robert gopher buddy. I'm not. I'm not horny but i do appreciate the right of another man in the society be horny. I think it's what are our forebears fought for. But i think it's also very underrated thing about greta. That her twit or her instagram handle is director g three. Ooh she and she got the three. She's the third grade she's greta g. Three this is the guy who's got a bidding war. Jake yes catafalques. You blew them away with his. I can just picture like jimmy. Petar sitting there watching like they pop in an old like a vhs tape of his audition that they recorded on and they sit down and they just get blown backwards like the mtv commercials from the nineteen eighties. Slow actual one. Nice thing about Jay williams because i do think that the playbook for him if he loses his job at espn is going to be like the internet. He'll do a big piece about how the internet bullied him was mean to him. I give full permission. Jay williams to us every single piece of clip. That was set in this show. Yeah i would actually be honored for you to be like the guys are part of my take called me a clown in that really hurt my face. It sent me into a dark place because you know what if you just said you made a mistake. I'd been like we all make mistakes. A laughed about it but the fact that you tried to tell us that you were hacked on dude. There's never been a better situation to use the notes app than then right after that. That's all you have to do. Just notes app. It just put put out like just a single notes up if you had done the four different squares of screenshots of extremely long. Not i think by the end of the night we all would have forgotten about it. It's such a nothing burger if you just respond right away being like whoops my bad here. All the black head coaches in celtics history boom done. Oh my god say if that were to happen. There's an opening. John shires future stuff to return news alma mater. Only that would be the first black assistant coach at duke right No i mean there's a million currently on cable johnny dawkins that'd be great around for awhile all right there you go. That's how i'm going to has the college basketball podcast here. I'm one of the people. I this is jay williams out if he goes in works on john shire staff and in his introductory press conference says finally i go to. I will tip my hat and be like i'm back on your side all right. Let's get paul rebel before we do that. Yeah before we get to paul. Rebel are great. Friends at core. Seltzer are presenting this interview. We love course salter. We joke around a lot on this show. It's no secret but one thing. I don't joke around about his. My favorite flavor of course seltzer because his new flavor. It's delicious you've probably seen me holding it and pictures you've probably seen me yogi at once or twice. It's saving rivers is here to stay for the summer and it's called a core seltzer orange cream pop flavor. It is delicious. I love the orange cream pop. It's got my personal stamp of approval on it. All the boys love. It is reminiscent of those old summertime ice cream that used to have on warm days cords orange cream pop. Hard seltzer is a nostalgic blend of orange and vanilla with touch of sweetness to taste like orange cream soda. It really is the perfect refreshing treat for hot summer day. I cannot wait to get down to the. Pf beach house in july and go out to the ocean and crack open my first ice cold cores. Orange cream pop hard seltzer. It's going to be the star summer for me. The core celta scoreboard also tracking. How many gallons of river water that were saving all year long. We've saved more than seventy thousand gallons so far we got a whole summer. Have ahead of us to and the goal is to restore million gallons of river water which two thousand cases of course salzer. If we two thousand. Two thousand cases hank we'll have to go fishing and prove that he can catch a fish with his bare hands in the hudson river. So if you go out and you buy east river you got that wrong rosca. Someone came in to see no. There's no east river in alaska but there's a bunch of other ones. They'll say harlem lasca come on this quake river get so mad. When we push that the skucool river renaming river in alaska the east river and then he can go. Oscar yeah like the reverse. Denali average changed name. Someone get on the for hank So tweet us pictures. Of course seltzer with hashtag. Let hank fish for every pick that we count as one case added to the scoreboard until we get to five hundred gallons..

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:00 min | 11 months ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"So the pool of kids who are interested in going to vocational schools increases because a lot of the schools systems. Don't want their students going to the schools. So they don't they. Don't advertise the option that you have a vocational school option to go to because they'll lose money which follows the students in general. I would say this is a great step in the right direction I hope the department watches over the changes in emissions criteria closely. So that we don't just preserve the status quo but we really do see some change so you never know when a chilly. Two cases supreme court but indeed it did and the supreme court justice aside yesterday this pennsylvania cheerleader. Who didn't the chilling squad that went on this expletive laced rant on snapchat and got dumped off the squad. Supreme court sided with her and the washington post characterizes as a rare win for students speech on free speech matters and said that there with the chiller. Yeah no it was a surprisingly high level of consensus. I mean i think was eight to one all. Say the exact same moment either. I don't think no is we know or does he have a squad cheering for him but he he he. He apparently believes students have no free speech rights but Yeah and there's a remarkable consensus in the public in the public about this. In fact republicans are more in favor of this Decision democrats are an overall. I saw on the times this morning. Seventy one percent of people in the in the public support the notion that schools can't discipline students for off campus comments. That's because republicans are much more foul mouthed than democrats that may be so but but it but it is interesting. i mean from a school standpoint. This is a very gray area because you take another topic bullying. We know a lot of bullying happens. Offline out of school hours on the internet and has profound effects in school where kids gang up. And they all attack somebody via social media and you being princeton south hadley the most one of the most cases salsa longo so schools have been struggling with where the borders and free speech. I mean is it. The the place of the school is at the school. Hours is at the subject in this case. She didn't name the school she didn't name anybody in the school that was thought to be relevant and the court allowed in its decision that there are instances in which schools can intervene in off. Campus speech But they have a heavy burden of proof to show their that. In general the default ought to be the parents for disciplining students for their behavior outside of school not to school. So you're still the secretary of education today As opposed to the past paul rebel. You have to write a memo to each of the school committees in the state of the superintendents saying what the line is. How do you describe what they can discipline kids for outside of school. What they can't well. I mean number. One i go to my legal counsel okay. Fine here so i mean i. I think that it's got to be something that did. That has an immediate effect on people. Involved in the schools. In other words if it in some way disrupts the process of education for any individual or for the institution then there seems to be a pretext or a basis for taking some disciplinary action if it is just expression of a viewpoint that on any range of subjects some of which might involve the school but only indirectly. I think you've got to allow that to proceed talking to paul rebel. But i think we're on. We're on a journey to clarify this..

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:39 min | 11 months ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Some of these sales tax issues that you have broken last few minutes. Yeah just interested up next the news. I talked to governor. Charlie baker Kim how massachusetts became vaccines and a lot of other stuff about kobe. In a lot of the sales. Tax holiday governor. Charlie baker is next on eighty nine seven. Gbh boston public radio ahead on both in public radio governor baker will join us in just a minute. Then it's onto the gop's latest fixation forty year old educational concept known as critical race theory. That upholds the existence of systemic racism. But just the past few months bills cropped up in state legislatures across the country trying to ban. It's teaching in schools former education secretary. Paul rebel will join us to discuss this. And he'll weigh in on the debate on summer. School versus fund craftier has long been a may for men by men energy to it but now the women who work in the industry and there are plenty of them are speaking up about rampant with harassment. Opting a number of male brewery owners. Step back from their roles boss klopp business. Com is shirley. Young will join us and talk me to in craft brewed. That moorhead awesome by the radio. Eighty nine seven. Gb h works march. Or yanking you listen to our number two of boston. Public radio eighty nine seven gb. H logan jim. Hello margaret and for the first time i guess in fourteen or fifteen months. The governor is here for his monthly visit in studio governor baker. It's good to see you look pretty much. Thank you guys do. And you've absolutely look very much the same thank you. Let me tell you the older. I get the less i remember getting that. So it's not just me so we were just talking. We get sales tax proposed for all of august and september and we were getting caused about it and a couple of quick things. We're recall is just said that he was concerned about big businesses getting getting a break for their customers. He wanted us to be confined to small businesses. He's like thirty people and fewer investment interesting idea perfectly happy to talk to the legislature about that I mean part of the point here was to do two things number one remember you know. I signed a budget. The legislature voted on it and that budget has had a surplus. That is what we're talking about here. Tax revenue came in way over where we thought it would now. There's some things that happen. Automatically when you have a surplus especially with respect to capital gains tax revenue which also came in high that went directly to the stabilisation fund. And we now have a four point. Four billion dollar stabilization fund. It's the biggest stabilized from in state history and it will be very important at some point when we have you know. A rainy day economically But we have overage the people in massachusetts despite the pandemic and everything else manage to generate a lot more tax revenue than we thought they would generate. And i think you know i think a deal is a deal. We should give that back to them and by putting it through a sales tax.

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Welcome back to boston. Public radio jared bones sitting in for marjorie. Who returns tomorrow. I am jim brady. Temperatures are rising literally in classrooms across state and figuratively among another boston school committee controversy journalism line for his take on this and other education headlines former state secretary of education. It's paul rebel balls professor at harvard. University's graduate school of education. We also runs the education redesigned lab his latest book. It's co author with lynne sachs's called collaborative action for equity and opportunity practical guide for school and community leaders. Paul good to talk to you. Dr you jimmy jared. Well paul. I mean what on earth happening with the boston school committee. This is crazy to catch people up so that one meeting now that happened months ago in which has led to the resignation of three different school committee members all for racially charged comments made during this meeting which was very substantive actually about changing the admissions process for the exam schools But a massive shakeup now with the boston school committee as we learned And these were documents that had to be disclosed to the public after a fight what school committee members. Were saying what what is happening here. Well i mean you had a very high pressure decisions on people respond to that expressed in different ways and unfortunately folks were Somewhat reckless and careless in their language and their communication and their way of thinking about some of these things. And you know it just shows. What a highly pressured racialized moment. Where in i mean i guess the good news is that we're we're Sorted focused on these issues concentrating on equity concentrating on fairness and and less tolerant of some of the kinds of attitudes were reflected in some of this language. But i think it's You know it's a very It's a difficult moment for the school committee at it comes at a time when there's a lot of talk about reconsidering the form of governance. It comes at a time where we considering the policies that that school committee at that meeting. Actually Voted to have a different approach to admissions policy. The exam schools waitress in my view was long overdue. That's gonna come up again shortly. So i hope that I mean i think it was appropriate. That the three members resigned I think we're going to. They're going to have to be replaced. It sounds the new mayor. Go ahead and are the acting met will go ahead and Replace those School board members and then they'll have to get back to the business a running up there are more equitable school system and and being more respectful of the general public. I want to dwell on this more. We need to but for the few people out there them. Following the merits of this. The chair had to resign. Originally as jarred was mentioning because some joking comments whatever mocking asian names and then the two members that resigned this week rover tex one century other best school committing ever Committee ever try not to cry. Wait until the white racist start yelling at us. Whatever they're delusional. I hate w armenian west roxbury sick a westie whites. The other one said me too. I really feel like saying that. I'll tell ya you know. If you feel like an aggrieved parent on this issue. And i happen to be with you. I think the reform is needed to you. Hear this and you say to yourself can get a fair shake from this body. And i would feel that maybe couldn't and i think it's also going to give ammunition to something i know that marjorie and i'm i think you're not crazy about is. Don't you think this is going to give some impetus to the discussion of Electing at least some if not all the school committee members rather than having them be appointed. Yeah i'm sure it will. But i'm not sure at all what the what the rationale would be another word. I'm not sure you know. Let's face it at some level we all have biases and prejudices. Sometimes we're even unaware them in a moment of high stress like this it comes out. It's not at all clear to me that you're going to get different human beings as a result of having a And solve a problem like this By switching to an elected committee as opposed to appoint a committee. I mean i. They're reasonable people can disagree on whether an appointed committee is good or or an elected. Committee is preferable. I don't think it particularly solves for this problem. We're talking to paul rebel. This in thinking about all of this and and the discussion. We're talking about changing emissions around exam school. So that can be the examples can be more diverse ostensibly so to have these comments. Come out you think of part of the reason. The boston has gained a reputation as being a racist city. Something that is still very much debated came out of the seventies and bussing and all of the issues that came round schooling. Then and you. I guess to jim's point to you wonder. Have we really evolved from that or are we fundamentally in this city just grappling with the same issues without any insight revolution. Will we have involved. The racism in of these cases redirected a white people. So i guess. That's i'm sorry vulgar hood. I don't know where we're medically worse than Most of the cities in the united states because of certain celebrated events like the busing crisis. And and you know some of the Family unfortunate incidents associated with that in the city. You know we. We've gotten a higher visibility on these sorts of issues but we have a long way to go. We have a long way to go. I mean there's just a lot of embedded racism That's built structurally into our society. That's built into our culture and that takes a lot of heart generational work to change. And i think you. The good news is that we're harder at work on that as a society particularly during the past year and the calls for racial justice and so forth the work. That's going on there. You know. I'm encouraged There yet obviously But i don't think we should. I don't think we should think of ourselves as much worse than anybody else which we're trying to work and we're making progress and there are a lot of well intentioned people look at look at our field for running for mayor coming up Changing and so. I'm optimistic We're.

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Black cherry mango lemon lime and grapefruit. I love the black cherry and we want to see. Hank catch a fish in the east river. So use that hash tag last. Let hank fish east river in alaska. They must hot. see cool. Hank my heart seat is big cat. I've been seeing a lot of videos of giant animals. There's video. The elephant went to huge. Dick which i would punch was the jacked kangaroo. Video again not worried. Do you see him. He was spazzy his muscle bat. He was the tim tibo of animals. You could not throw a punch. He knows what he's vascular. Big deal did you see the giant moose. That's kind of an old one. But i saw that recirculating feel like people are trying to prove that. I can't beat these animals but again show in animal. Find it's windpipe. Snap it in half. I mean the kangaroos to kangaroo is the only thing that scared me was. The elephant could punch that elephant in the deck. And he might like your amine. So i that one i'll give fifty fifty. The kangaroo was a bitch. He says he was losing his mind. I put that thing in a fucking headlock. And he's not going anywhere interesting. all right. and in my in my thrones lacrosse. Yeah sport of the future national championship today awesome. I was driving. So i didn't get to catch it but i heard it was must walk one honest twenty minutes now. Back to back. Champs dynasty in in maryland had a chance to tie the game With ten seconds left. They won a faceoff they were. They scored a goal to go down by one. They won the face off. The guy ran down. He didn't go low to high. Gotta go to high till you don. Yeah go top cheddar. Yeah yeah so It was an awesome game though. I feel like this happens every memorial day. They just needed. We just need more memorial. Day's that's the only way that lacrosse can take off because every memorial damn like damn lacrosse is awesome. And then i forget it until the next memorial day. We love lacrosse. Though you sport of the future. Yeah and the p. l. l. sorting lauded dogs. We'll get paul rebel back on. That's it. That's it. Why i had i had jay cutler on there to not know i wash. I was unsure Vaccine's he's asking for half of khorasan cavalier is On common james brain in the divorce while the king going to get jay back on the show. We'll help him Get that going divorced. Yeah that's kind of a power move usually here coming from the other side. It's called negotiate. Yeah listen he's just tells me that he made a good decision winning married yet here. It is successful woman. Art of the deal. You got to anchor the negotiation. And then he worked back from it and then you end up our show. A quarter of uncommon james My hot seat is everyone that will never be born. There was an article in bloomberg today. Saying spare thought for the billions of people who will never exist and the article was just about how population growth is slowing and so therefore we're going to miss out on a bunch of people who never be born to him because population isn't growing anymore. So that's tough. So thoughts spins on That's one less potential coney or hitler out there that's ever going to be born is sad though like every second that you're not fucking you're murdering millions of people over the next thousand years. I'm doing my part. Unfortunately i'm not. Yeah but yeah. I thought that was. That's a great premise of an article. I do that. That's just that's a classic case of you had you got really high and had a thought y- or you had to write something. You had a deadline so here you got what about everyone who's not going to be born. My cool thrown is germany because the nfl is going to try to play games in germany. It's the fastest growing market out there. So i don't know if it's going to be. They're gonna play like the mexico game in germany or the england game. That's supposed to be in mexico in germany but the bottom line is in two thousand. Twenty two I think the nfl is going to have like an early morning. Game in germany will grow that brand. That k- i don't know how i feel about it. Because i feel like i've just gotten the vibe of what the british field looks like. I can spot british grass tv. I don't know what the german soccer fields long is too long. It's too long. Yeah so germany it's wet. It's always wet grass. Oh always yeah super super was it like wembley field and they. They don't know how to water it like an nfl team. Yeah drains a lot. Yeah yeah it's always wet all right. My hot seat is narcissists so I'm gonna read something for you guys. You tell me who wrote this k- Okay for those of you. Who have had exposure to one Talking about narcissists this will take all of your seemingly confusing and emotionally draining experiences and create a huge moment. And for those of you. Who haven't you will want to know what to look for. Narcissistic abuse is no joke. And one of the most difficult emotional experiences to regain your confidence and clarity from. But i always say what doesn't kill. You makes you stronger and smarter. Who wrote that. Lebron cam newton. That was written johnny bananas by one. Confucius wait danika patrick. Oh interesting interesting Who she talked about it. I don't know. I have no idea but she did. An interview With a doctor in the field of narcissism talking about her past experiences dating someone who had narcissistic abuse counterpoint. Who does she dated. If you were quarterback in the green bay packers would you not feel that your narcissism was at least a little bit justify. So he's allowed to be a narcissist. I like that. That's a. That's a fine line because if your let's say you are the greatest athlete to ever walk. The face of the earth wouldn't be unhealthy to not think of yourself in the highest terms possible campaign. Really good team okay. So i don't know what you're talking about. I just thought that was an interesting quote. That's all i also want to do something And i'm going to do this every week until it comes true. I'm going to predict predicted. This is the week that aaron rodgers gets traded. Okay so in. If it doesn't happen this week i will do it next week. And gimme credit. When that happens. Have we got an update on. Is he still in hawaii right now. With miles teller punched in the face. That probably by aaron rodgers. Yeah spend too much time. They bound to down to break up Those crazy story Some guy like came up so it was like you owe me money from my wedding from your wedding. Yeah in and fought him at a bar. How about aaron rodgers topgun. We haven't had a real conversation about that. I think he's just living his best life..

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"paul rebel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sending kids home and then bringing them back to physical classrooms, like a year and a half later. You know, it depends on what we can do to make up for what they've lost. Um you know if if we were able tol Provide a lot of support with summer and tutoring. We could make up for a lot of this. It's not as though you know you think about kids sometimes who missed school because they're sick. We have a lot of kids. Who's migrant laborers are it was parents are and they moved frequently and miss lots of school. So we have research showing the impact of learning loss and what could be done to address it. Again, It comes down to how well organized we are two to do so and weather, not the funds needed to provide the support will be there. If they were them, then I think we could minimize the the negative impact. But my fear is that the political will to do so isn't there Do you think it's crazy to think that there will be district's where kids will have been sent home from school in March, and they will go back to school a year and a half later, physically. That's my fear and my eye particularly worry about the older kids who were on, you know, trying to go to college and and the discouragement that they've now experienced because they're older and the idea of going back to high school at 18 or 19, maybe more than they could bear the pressure to work instead, will be great. S o. You know, it remains to be seen. But I do worry that making up for all this lost time is gonna be very hard. You know, The truth is that if if if families are able to provide the support, you know you get do a lot of home with kids, and we know that for this from families that support kids with home schooling. But it takes ah lot of time and know how to do this and the other families prepared to do that. A lot of other countries seem to be approaching the issue of school differently so that we saw end of October you know, new lockdowns were announced by Germany and France and one of the on Lee activities they allowed to continue. Atley Stian, initially in those countries was school and in many European countries. Kids came back to school in the spring that they they stopped going to school as we did, But then they came back on by then they had Summer vacation, and then they came back in the fall to physical school, and many are continuing now, so I wondered like how you think about that in the context of what you see here. Well, I think in those countries you find that they've placed a much higher priority on the you know, fixing the infrastructure of public schools to make it possible for the healthy return of Children. And I don't think we've done that. The United States. I mean, we haven't had what we really need kind of a marshal plan. I was on with a colleague Joe Allen, from the chance Call the public health at Harvard the other day with Is something congressional staffers and he was talking about the degree to which you know it's simple solution by like putting an air cleaner in every classroom in the United States, and lifting the window two or three inches would go a substantial way toward making it safe for Children to return to schools. So I don't think we've spent enough attention, Tonto. How we're outfitting schools to be safe places. I mean, we know that younger people are less likely to get the virus. Less likely to get any kind of severe symptoms. They're less likely to transmit the virus. And so there's good reason to think that we could bring young people back particular if we do it and reduce numbers. You know, and with mass and with testing and with contact, tracing and things of that nature in smaller numbers that we could we could do a great deal more and bringing them back then we have. And he argues that the risk of not bringing Children back to school in terms of social and educational damage outweigh the health risk of bringing them back to school. And the fixes are relatively inexpensive. We just haven't had a sort of priority. Focus on that. You know, it just is another reminder that when you let science drive policy on something like this, you end up with a very different approach. We haven't gotten clear guidance from either the CDC or the Department of Education. The states. I don't think I've done much better in providing guy and so instead what we have is every district trying to figure this out on their own, And that's not the way to handle education millions of kids in this country. On DSA. We're seeing, you know very different approaches, even in communities right next to each other, and that I think is reflection of the lack of a clear and coherent policy about how to re open school safely. Uh, okay. Let's take our last break here. We're gonna come back for a final few minutes with Pedro Aguirre from us is rots your school of education and Paul Rebel from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Paul is actually written about how the rise of kids doing more to all the CART activities outside school, whether it's just enrichment or full on home schooling. How that phenomenon could change public schools in this country permanently. We're gonna have a link to his work.

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NBA looks to sports betting to fill the gap

CNBC's Fast Money

03:08 min | 1 year ago

NBA looks to sports betting to fill the gap

"The nba season kicked off with a bang last night. The brooklyn nets beat the golden state warriors. One thousand five hundred ninety nine in the first game of the season with no fans in the stands looking likely anytime soon. The league is looking at new media strategies and sports betting to fill the gap and they aren't the only league doing so. How could that look. Our next guest has ideas. Let's bring in paul rebel. Founder the premier lacrosse league Paul great to see you again. Of course. The pl just merged with major league lacrosse. You say that this provides a singular destination for fans. I would imagine this. This gives the sport an advantage as well in terms of selling itself whether it be media coverage or streaming rights or any other kind of rights to carry the games. Yeah absolutely it's back. Happy holidays I think with sports in particular the ability to coalesce that have a singular message is important and for us when we look at future road profitability and just larger revenue Looking at the commercial opportunity of on now entering our third season twenty years or pro across history. That's looking like close to four thousand hours of twenty years of games at the mo of played that we can provide streaming service package as well as part of the announced we said we will get span to eighteen. Which is additional commercial assets and market now and as we continue to grow. We'll catch up to the legacy leaks. Hey paul dan great to have you back but in congrats on the deal. Quick one for you here you guys. You had that that bubble season this past summer very successful you know it was all over. Nbc all their properties. That sort of thing. Obviously no fans of how important was the sports gambling integration. You guys had done a deal with draft kings was that did that help engagement. And do you see that as a really important part of the offering the media offering going forward. Yeah it's huge allow. The sports properties have learned that we need to be more nimble. And not as reliant as call it major league baseball the traditional path to building a sports league on ticket sales the nba. What you reference malas typically rely on twenty or thirty percents of their revenue on tickets were looking at a modern sports age where it's meteorite sponsorship now sports betting merchandise in many cases the epl leapfrogs ticket sales and on the sports betting front. Dan we did a deal trap games last year and it was huge. I think what the sports betting this new gaming offers looking at now is live broadcast. Live odd integration And we're seeing networks now. Cut deals with gaming operators. If you look at espn's draft or mdc in points that so the properties are going to wedge their way and that's part one part two is i think in twenty twenty two to twenty twenty one. We're going to start seeing the entrance of bio data Related to players. So where will technology like lou on players that integrated the broadcast experience leaning more viewership and a larger handle sports ban in october. Three billion dollars legally registered. So we'll see that number continued to grow and more league revenue opportunity and board network revenue opportunity into twenty twenty

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Interview lie. That's pretty awesome. Inbound out about other sports should adopt this technique an interview players on the field right after having say inbound the problem. The problem you run into though is, is it too much access for more complicated sports like football right? You know, you're gonna hear too much or were the announcers, be privy to much, which could be a competitive advantage, one way or another. Because it's all it's all digital. It's all over the air so frequencies that, are you can pick up, but that is pretty cool by buddy. Paul rebel started this elite. And so I got a I got to try to get them on because that's that's, that's awesome. But for sport that's trying to gain professional traction lacrosse has a great college and high school of following in my Cavaliers from the university of Virginia won a national championship this year, just saying, also in basketball, I think this is great. It's great for the cross. And if they can find a way to do this, like shut it off at some point. But give that kind of access, and football or baseball, or probably not basketball. You don't have the equipment. I think that'd be awesome. Inbound. Tune in next time for another addition of inbounds or out of bounds with Tiki and Tierney. Roger Federer greatest champion. And tennis. Maybe the greatest champion all sport. But when he gets on clay. He gets his butt waxed. By Rafael medicinal. What's explore that for a minute? Well, French Open titles, Rafeal the doll. We'll hit that Maguire and much more NAR, second. Our peak Intini on his Monday afternoon. CBS sports radio..

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And now we are on the verge of the premier lacrosse league. Coming to a stadium near you. The summer yet were seventy eight days out to June one which is our first weekend. Yeah. Michael, I think when we were sitting we I probably a year out. So building this league with my brother and co founder, Mike from scratch and our executives and our entire management team and junior associates and players is is an everyday build. There's a famous saying that if if you're not working on Saturdays. How can we expect you to work on Sundays? Is useless view right now. For having me guys. Yeah. Now, it's great. I have to ask. It's this guy. I want to know about this conversation between you and your brother because he's somebody had to say, let's start a brand new league. And someone had to say what I mean. That's a big undertaking. Yeah. Well, our first conversation was how do we appropriately fix and commercialize the pro game? There is an existing league and major league lacrosse and Mike, and I spent about eight months in meetings and trying to work with the different owners of that league to figure out a way that we could either works together or kind of remodel what had existed in our view based on the data that we had and the players that are back, and I think this modern day in new technology and new media is it the sport deserved a new business model. So whether it was rolling up MO and rolling out tour or the the route that we took in launching the new league from scratch, which. Proceeded. That is is how we ended up on it. So I don't think. Many people would get excited around starting a new pro sports league, it's fun to think about but incredibly challenging and we worked our way to that place. And and now it's just it's every day. But it's a lot of fun. Well, and let's talk about the everyday aspect because you got a chance to catch up last week at your Paul rebel foundation event here in New York City, and one of the things I said to you. Sort of off to the side was this idea that this has been an incredibly methodical day today. Roll out heavy on social media, anybody who follows you or the league on Twitter knows that. You're there every day. You have rolled out basically a city per week up until this point hip. How does that happen behind the scenes is that you is that Mike? How did you go about setting that up? Yeah. Well, I think at large when we look at our business we have a a media team which works with people whose here and NBC as our broadcast partner. They also look at our original programming strategy are player. Focus features are our league and teams on social in digital that's its own business, and we have a corporate partnership team, which essentially business development and our attracting endemic non sponsors. We have our ticket and product team merchandise team a youth team. So when we talk about all the work, we have these six business units in our community efforts. That are cross pollinating, and integrating strategies, but also working top down within those business units. That's day to day when we think about sports at meta level. It's a treat on attention and a revenue business. So our trade on attention is essentially daily with new social media digital and our partners NBC, how're we storytelling. And and in that case that you mentioned Jason a weekly, and in some cases daily list of calender announcements, I think keeps people interested, but also drips a level of excitement and demand. That was Paul rebel founder of the premier lacrosse league. At our Bloomberg business of sports summit and coming up a conversation with Randy LeVine, the.

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"They're done. If you're waiting until you're retired. It's almost too late. Yeah. You're platforms gone people. Unfortunately, don't listen to you. You know? So in in the thing that I love again, we're talking about tech. Here's I was one of the early adopters of Twitter. I'm on Twitter. One of the first people athletes talking Mander handle the hand Angela Ruggiero. Because, you know, Italian hard to spa, and I realized I could go direct to consumer. I could talk to my fans directly. I didn't have to go through a brand didn't have to go through USA hockey. I didn't have to go through anyone I could like engage with fans in a direct way. And you're seeing every athlete understand that now saying, okay, I have to build a platform, and I can do anything with that platform. Now, I can talk about the charities that I care about. And the nonprofits I could promote the brands that either I endorse or the brands I'm building today for myself, the building entities building businesses, we see that with a lot of professional athletes. So so technology, obviously impacts athletes now on the field, so they can get longer contracts. But this almost bigger opportunity for for some athletes is like building their own brand by leveraging this sort of direct to consumer. Platforms these social media platforms that exists anybody feel like we're talking to Paul rebel. He's actually one of our advisers. Sports innovation to the show on the show. I have to bring this up because it's and I've said this before on the show earlier, I got chastised many years ago when Twitter was first coming out as well. So and so said on Twitter, and and embattled editor said we never ever quote Twitter. And I'm thinking to myself million missing. Because now the athlete can directly talk to the fans and directly there doesn't have to be on letterhead. Anyway, they don't have to go through through us media. It's a very different plan mean you don't have to coach and get permission to or you have to wait for your your sponsor to have a platform for you to talk. It's it's you and that often is a really big piece of I think the next generation of fans of next week continue our conversation with Olympia and CEO and co founder of sports innovationlab. Angela Ruggiero about what the future sports fan. Once they want to be able to pick a team far. Follow a player, use technology, essentially all these new platforms and mediums to give them more exposure. You're listening to Bloomberg business of sports from Bloomberg radio around the world. I'm.

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"paul rebel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"paul rebel" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Belichick. All right. So Paul got to ask you, you know, a lot of former lacrosse players listening out there. Give us sort of the lax update in terms of you've recruited some great players. Some great coaches. I think since the last time we talked about what's the next is the next step where you're going to be. Yeah. So we we have yet to announce our nations that will be coming this week. And in subsequent weeks were being very deliberate around the roll out of that. We also have our ticket sales strategy that has to run in parallel. So there's business nuance to it. And then there's the marketing roll out, and then there's the partnerships with the venues that are going to lean in with those shoulders as well. We announced recently are lacrosse and Josh SIMS who was a hall of Famer and all American at Princeton with fifteen years of executive experience in sports and business development. He's functioning as our Commissioner, which is a little bit different because we're a true single entity league where most commissioners team sports leagues are serving the ownership groups individually, but he's overseen product and competition we have one hundred. Sixty of the top players in the world are going to compete on the sixteenth. And we announced six of the top head coaches as well on the cross led by Dom star show who won four national championships at the university of Virginia's a hall of Famer himself. I gotta commend know what you guys are doing because it's really a holistic approach in terms of thinking about the athletes. The players also got a youth initiative that you're doing you're also giving back. So it's pretty cool. We come back, and as you get closer to the first we would love to a great Paul rebel co chief strategy officer for premier lacrosse league. Also going to be playing correct. All right and Mike gravel co founder and CEO of the premier lacrosse league. Big news today onto big backers. Well, known in the investment and lacrosse world. Among the stories that are among the most read on the Bloomberg. Let's get a check on.

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