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"post high school" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:44 min | 3 weeks ago

"post high school" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"What about Tickle me Elmo? That was a big one, Thanks to Rosie O'Donnell. It's a little old for that. Oh, really? That was in my mid twenties. I had one Yeah, well, you were in high school. Not really. There. This was 1996. This is post high school. Even but the This is such a crazy that there was that characteristic violence where Wal Mart employee was trampled while he was trying to restock. The display late at night. I believe, but he had a pulled hamstring injuries to his back His jaws knee broken rib concussion. Um, and it continues on like I haven't read about any violence from hatchimals but from 2016 to 2018. They were the if not one of the top must have toys of the year s O. Hatchimals. How come because you have to put it in a dish or a bowl that you eat out of. You have to leave it there and leave it there and leave it there. Then it hatches into a garbage toy. Well s oh, my experience is that it's the they're pretty. They're good. Oh, yeah? Yeah. So you like your head trauma? Yeah. Or you talking. Is there like animatronic? Uh, is the animatronic I'm talking about Hatchimals? Yeah, it's it's okay. So I don't know anything about the dish. I just my experiences from my niece and I don't remember any dish away. This isn't the we're talking about two different things. This thing you put in water. No, no, no. The hatches for electrocute yourself when you touch it, Okay, Maybe I'm thinking about something else. This is like an animatronic thing that hatches from an egg, but like you have to, like, teach it and training and raise it and give it attention. Everything. It's a bit like the time a Gucci but like an animatronic pet. Oh, I got you know, I'm thinking of the thing that you it's an egg that you put in water, and after a few days, it hatches. Into a garbage toy. Yeah, No, that's that's not this Got You? HEH. Journals are much different. Okay, So So there's this tradition of a must have Christmas toy on Gyu confined all you want about him every year because they're everywhere all the time in the media reports on this kind of stuff, and they're on TV and there's ads and there's like social media stuff now, But there's like a really big question that doesn't have a lot of Press associated with it, and certainly no studies or anything that I could find. But there's a question took like, how does it toy become? Must have Christmas toy. So back in the day when you were shopping for Christmas. If you were a kid or parent, it didn't matter. Right? You knew exactly what to do. You know exactly how to do it. There was no no frills. No, nothing. It was all just holiday joy and the goodness of the Christmas holiday season. That's right. That is correct. And you learned what you wanted. But if you were a kid from two things Saturday morning cartoon commercials and, uh, whatever your catalog was, The Sears wish book is certainly one Yeah. Service Merchandise catalog was another big win for us. Yeah, there's Montgomery Ward's catalog. Yeah, of course. And you put this together in you introduce me. To a website. Home wish book Web That might as well be called, Um Time suck dot com. Yeah, it's pretty great in that because someone has gone through and scanned. Uh, is it just years wish books? No, No. It's Sears, JC Penney and Montgomery war Right? And then I think there's the occasional What stores that here there. Right. They have scanned these entire wish Books up to 1996, which from everyone knows is the cut off date for nostalgia. That's right from the earliest days of 1933. And boy, Let me tell you, dude, and I know you know this because you've done it if you go through and spend a few minutes clicking through these things, and the years where you were, like 6 to 12 Waves of nostalgia. Nostalgia wash over you like Like John Hodgman would succumb to these waves. Yeah, I know. It's amazing. I remember some specific pictures. Remember the I mean, the NFL section alone brought tears to my eyes, and I forgot how much they hyped football back then you just can't stop crying. It was crazy. The clothes, the alarm clocks, the clock radios. The The tech section. Um it was just it was off the charts for me Looking through this. I almost did nothing else today. Yeah, I know. It is wish Book Web is pretty awesome. Like somebody went through in scanned. Every single page of these gods were 100 page. Each catalogs for decades worth of catalogs is it is God's work and just to get laughs by like Seeing the 24 year olds posing in bathrobes like it's really, really funny, right? One's got, like a pipe that blows up like this is just amazing. What a great website So So, which book with his kind of preserved how you used to figure out what you wanted for Christmas. Which was you go through these wish books of these catalogs or whatever. And then you tell your parents you dog here, um, maybe drop some hints. It was the correct way. The 21st century has a kind of an updated version of that. But it's still kind of follows the same general contours right where there are lists still and like catalogs, But now it's not just department stores that have like the market cornered on them like that's actually kind of gone away. It's very tough to find a department store. Catalog. I believe Meyer's still does that. I think they're kind of like a Midwestern target. Really? Yeah. And they have a toy catalog that they put out Still, I believe to this year. Well, now you get the restoration hardware right along right, Kia. Yeah, but the but there's lists everywhere. And it seems like every retailer has one or all of the major retailers have one and depending on where it's coming from its summer more First word that you're above the boards or or objective than others. When saying like these air the must have toys like I'm one end of the spectrum. You have, um like third party Web sites and publications and organizations like the spruce or toy insider or toys, tots, pets and more. And they actually evaluate the toys when they make their lists. Yeah, I mean, these was just different now, and I don't think it's nostalgia like thinking. Things were better back then. But it was, it seemed easier. And better to let a kid sift through a catalog. And pick out stuff than I guess what he's supposed to do today, like, sit down with your kid at one of these websites and look at the top 20 hot toys and say, What do you want? Look, I don't I don't know how it works these days. I don't know. Maybe instead of like dog earing the pages you send your parents linked. I'm sure you do actually, you know? Yeah, but I mean, if your kids are too young to be on the Internet I'm not sure how to do it because I could hand my four year old the catalog and say, Pick out some stuff would be great. But I'm not going to say Hey, just log on to the spruce and go, Uh, scroll down and see you find something you like. Right? Stay out of their parents section. What did I mean? What do you do? You have? Ah, You literally have a kid. Chuck. What do you do? I don't know. I mean, we buy. We just buy things that we think she might like. Um, So there's like a whole world out there of like lists and websites that showed toys and stuff that she's unaware of. Oh, sure. Oh, wow. She's got a big surprise ahead of her, I guess so. That's great. I'm excited for, actually. Yeah, but I mean, you definitely feel like you're sort of stabbing in the dark as to like. I mean, a parent can go through and look at those lists, but, you know, Kill me A well, A lot of people are excited about that kind of thing. They're like this is yeah, I don't have to, like, go to the store and stand there and be like, What are we getting here? You could go to some website or use a today or the today's show. Or whoever is partnering with some of these trusted sites like toys, thoughts that's um or their toy insider. And like they kind of take a lot of the guesswork out of you. They're basically saying these air what experts are saying your kid is going to want. If you go by this, you will score a home run with your kid. Yeah, I think my problem is, I don't know what is bought. What is real reviews? Because as you have dug up, and I didn't even know this, of course they do this. Um, if you go on Amazon that you know,.

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"post high school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:28 min | 3 weeks ago

"post high school" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"What about Tickle me Elmo? That was a big one. Thanks to Rosie O'Donnell. A little old for that, really? I was in my mid twenties. I had one Yeah, well, you were in high school. Not really. There. This was 1996. This is post high school. Even but the This is such a crazy that there was that characteristic violence where Wal Mart employee was trampled while he was trying to restock. The display late at night. I believe, but he had a pulled hamstring injuries to his back His jaws knee broken rib concussion. Um, and it continues on like I haven't read about any violence from hatchimals but from 2016 to 2018. They were the if not one of the top must have toys of the year s O. Hatchimals. How come because you have to put it in a dish or a bowl that you eat out of. You have to leave it there and leave it there and leave it there. Then it hatches into a garbage toy. Well s oh, my experience is that it's the they're pretty. They're good. Oh, yeah. Yeah. You like your head trauma? Yeah. Or you talking isn't like animatronic, huh? Is the animatronic I'm talking about Hatchimals. Yeah, it's it's okay. So I don't know anything about the dish. I just my experiences from my niece and I don't remember any dish away. This isn't the we're talking about two different things. This thing you put in water. No, no. No matches for electrocute yourself when you touch it, Okay? Maybe I'm thinking of something else. This is like an animatronic thing that hatches from an egg, but like you have to, like, teach it and training and raise it and give it attention. Everything. It's a bit like the time ago. Chee I like it and the animatronic pet. Oh, I got, you know, I'm thinking of the thing that you it's an egg that you put in water, and after a few days, it hatches into a garbage toy. Yeah, No, that's that's not this catcher. Hedge symbols are much different. Okay, So so there's this tradition of a must have Christmas toy on Gyu confined all you want about him every year because they're everywhere all the time in the media reports on this kind of stuff, and they're on TV and there's ads and there's like social media stuff now. But there's like a really big question that doesn't have a lot of press associated with it, and certainly no studies or anything that I could find. But there's a question took like, how does the toy become Must have Christmas toy. So back in the day when you were shopping for Christmas. If you were a kid or parent, it didn't matter, right? You knew exactly what to do. You know exactly how to do it. There was no No frills no nothing. It was all just holiday joy and the goodness of the Christmas holiday season. That's right. That is correct. And you learned what you wanted. If you were a kid from two things Saturday morning cartoon commercials and, uh, whatever your catalog was, this year's wish book is certainly one Yeah. Service Merchandise catalog was another big win for us. Yeah, there's Montgomery Ward's catalog. Yeah, of course. And you put this together in. You introduced me to a website. Come wish book Web that might as well be called Time. Suck dot com. Yeah, it's pretty great in that because someone has gone through and scanned. Uh, is it just years wish books? No, No. It's Sears, JC Penney and Montgomery war Right? And then I think there's the occasional What stores that here there. Right. They have scanned these entire wish Books up to 1996, which from everyone knows is the cut off date for nostalgia. That's right from the earliest days of 1933. And boy, Let me tell you, dude, and I know you know this because you've done it if you go through and spend a few minutes clicking through these things, and the years where you were, like 6 to 12 Waves of nostalgia. Nostalgia wash over you, like like John Hodgman would succumb to these waves. Yeah, I know. It's amazing. I remember some specific pictures. Remember the I mean, the NFL section alone brought tears to my eyes, and I forgot how much they hyped football back then you just can't stop crying. It was crazy. The clothes, the alarm clocks, the clock radios. The The text section. It was just it was off the charts for me Looking through this. I almost did nothing else today. Yeah, I know. It is wish Book Web is pretty awesome. Like somebody went through in scanned. Every single page of these gods were 100 page. Each catalogs for decades worth of catalogs is it is God's work and just to get laughs by like Seeing the 24 year olds posing in bathrobes like it's really, really funny, right? One's got, like a pipe that blows up like this is just amazing. What a great website so so which book with his kind of preserved how you used to figure out what you wanted for Christmas? Which was you go through these wish books of these catalogs or whatever. And then you tell your parents you dog here, um, maybe drop some hints. It was the correct way. The 21st century has a kind of an updated version of that. But it's still kind of follows the same general contours right where there are lists still And like catalogs, But now it's not just department stores that have like the market cornered on them like that's actually kind of going away. It's very tough to find a department store catalog. I believe Meyer's still does that. I think they're kind of like a Midwestern target. Really? Yeah. And they have a toy catalog that they put out Still, I believe to this year. Well, now you get the restoration hardware long, right? Right? Yeah. But they there's lists everywhere. And it seems like every retailer has one or all the major retailers have one and depending on where it's coming from its summer, more trustworthy, you're above the boards or or objective than others. When saying like these air the must have toys like I'm one end of the spectrum. You have, um like third party Web sites and publications and organizations like the spruce or toy insider or toys, tots, pets and more, and they actually evaluate the toys when they make their lists. Yeah. I mean, these was just different now, and I don't think it's nostalgia like thinking. Things were better back then. But it was, it seemed easier and better to let a kid sift through of catalog. And pick out stuff than I guess what he's supposed to do today, like, sit down with your kid at one of these websites and look at the top 20 hot toys and say, What do you want? Like I don't I don't know how it works these days. I don't know. Maybe instead of like dog earing the pages you send your parents linked. I'm sure you do actually, you know? Yeah, but I mean, if your kids are too young to be on the Internet I'm not sure how to do it because I get him my four year old the catalog and say, Pick out some stuff would be great. But I'm not going to say Hey, just log on to the spruce and go, Uh, scroll down and see you find something you like. Right? Stay out of their parents section. What do you mean? What do you do? You have? Ah, You literally have a kid. Chuck. What do you do? I don't know. I mean, we buy. We just buy things that we think she might like. Um, So there's like a whole world out there of like lists and websites that showed toys and stuff that she's unaware of. Oh, sure. Oh, wow. She's got a big surprise ahead of her, I guess so. That's great. I'm excited for, actually. Yeah, but I mean, you definitely feel like you're sort of stabbing in the dark as to like. I mean, a parent can go through and look at those lists, but, you know, Kill me. Well, A lot of people are excited about that kind of thing. They're like this is yeah. I don't have to let go the store and stand there and be like, what are we getting here? You could go to some website or USA today or the today show or whoever is partnering with some of these trusted sites like toys, thoughts. That's a more toy insider. And like they kind of take a lot of the guesswork out of you. They're basically saying these air what experts are saying your kid is going to want. If you go.

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"post high school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:28 min | 3 weeks ago

"post high school" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"What about Tickle me Elmo? That was a big one, Thanks to Rosie O'Donnell. It's a little old for that. Oh, really? That was in my mid twenties. I had one Yeah, well, you were in high school. Not really. There. This was 1996. This is post high school, even but this was such a crazy that there was that characteristic violence where Wal Mart employee was trampled while he was trying to restock. The display late at night. I believe, but he had a pulled hamstring injuries to his back His jaws knee broken rib concussion. Um, and it continues on like I haven't read about any violence from hatchimals but from 2016 to 2018. They were the if not one of the top must have toys of the year s O. Hatchimals. How come because you have to put it in a dish or a bowl that you eat out of. You have to leave it there and leave it there and leave it there. Then it hatches into a garbage toy. We're s O. My experience is that it's the they're pretty. They're good. Oh, yeah? Yeah. So you like your head trauma? Yeah. Or you talking isn't like animatronic. Uh, is the animatronic I'm talking about Hatchimals? Yeah, it's it's okay. So I don't know anything about the dish. I just my experiences from my niece and I don't remember any dish away. This isn't the we're talking about two different things. This thing you put in water. No, no, no. The hatches for electrocute yourself when you touch it, Okay? Maybe I'm thinking of something else. This is like an animatronic thing that hatches from an egg, but like you have to, like, teach it and training and raise it and give it attention. Everything. It's a bit like the Tamagotchi. I like it and the animatronic pet. Oh, I got you know, I'm thinking that the thing that you it's an egg that you put in water, and after a few days, it hatches into a garbage toy. Yeah, No, that's that's not this Got. Your hedge symbols are much different. Okay, So so there's this tradition of a must have Christmas toy. On Gyu confined all you want about him every year because they're everywhere all the time in the media reports on this kind of stuff in there on TV, and there's ads, and there's like social media stuff now, but There's like a really big question that doesn't have a lot of press associated with it, and certainly no studies or anything that I could find. But there's a question took like, how does the toy become Must have Christmas toy. So back in the day when you were shopping for Christmas. If you were a kid or parent, it didn't matter, right? You knew exactly what to do. You know exactly how to do it. There was no No frills no nothing. It was all just holiday joy and the goodness of the Christmas holiday season. That's right. That is correct. And you learned what you wanted. If you were a kid from two things Saturday morning. Cartoon commercials. Mm hmm. And, uh, whatever your catalog was. This year's wish book is certainly one Yeah. Service Merchandise catalog was another big win for us. Yeah, there's Montgomery Ward's catalog. Yeah, of course. And you put this together in you introduce me. To a website. Wish book Web that might as well be called. Time suck dot com. Yeah, it's pretty great in that because someone has gone through and scanned. Uh, is it just years wish books? No, No. It's Sears, JC Penney and Montgomery war Right? And then I think there's the occasional What stories that here there. Right. They have scanned these entire wish Books up to 1996, which from everyone knows is the cut off date for nostalgia. That's right from the earliest days of 1933. And boy, Let me tell you, dude, and I know you know this because you've done it if you go through and spend a few minutes clicking through these things, and the years where you were, like 6 to 12 Waves of nostalgia. Nostalgia wash over you like Like John Hodgman would succumb to these waves. Yeah, I know. It's amazing. I remember some specific pictures. Remember the I mean, the NFL section alone brought tears to my eyes, and I forgot how much they hyped football back then you just can't stop crying. It was crazy. The clothes, the alarm clocks, the clock radios. The The tech section. It was just it was off the charts for me Looking through this. I almost did nothing else today. Yeah, I know. It is wish book, which is pretty awesome. Like somebody went through in scanned. Every single page of these gods were 100 page. Each catalogs for decades worth of catalogs is it is God's work and just to get laughs by like Seeing the 24 year olds posing in bathrobes like it's really, really funny, right? One's got, like a pipe that blows up like this is just amazing. What a great website So So, which book with his kind of preserved how you used to figure out what you wanted for Christmas. Which was you go through these wish books or these catalogs or whatever. And then you tell your parents you dog here, um, maybe drop some hints. It was the correct way. The 21st century has kind of an updated version of that, but it's still kind of follows the same general contours right where there are lists still And like catalogs, But now it's not just department stores that have like the market cornered on them like that's actually kind of going away. It's very tough to find a department store catalog. I believe Meyer's still does that. I think they're kind of like a Midwestern target. Really? Yeah. And they have a toy catalog that they put out Still, I believe to this year. Well, now you get the restoration hardware, right? Yeah. But the but there's lists everywhere. And it seems like every retailer has one or all of the major retailers have one and depending on where it's coming from its summer more Trustworthy You're above the boards or or objective than others. When saying like these air the must have toys like I'm one end of the spectrum you have Um like third party Web sites in publications and organizations like the spruce or toy insider, her toys, tots, pets and more, and they actually evaluate the toys when they make their lists. Yeah. I mean, these was just different now, and I don't think it's nostalgia like thinking. Things were better back then. But it was, it seemed easier and better to let a kid sift through of catalog. Pick out stuff than I guess what he's supposed to do today, like, sit down with your kid at one of these websites and look at the top 20 hot toys and say, What do you want? I don't I don't know how it works these days. I don't know. Maybe instead of like dog earing the pages you send your parents linked. I'm sure you do it, actually, you know, Yeah, but I mean, if your kids are too young to be on the Internet I'm not sure how to do it because I could hand my four year old the catalog and say, Pick out some stuff would be great. But I'm not going to say Hey, just log on to the spruce and go, Uh, scroll down and see you find something you like, right? Stay out of their parents section. What did I mean? What do you do? You have? Ah, You literally have a kid. Chuck. What do you do? I don't know. I mean, we buy. We just buy things that we think she might like. Um, So there's like a whole world out there of like lists and websites that showed toys and stuff that she's unaware of. Oh, sure. Oh, wow. She's got a big surprise ahead of her, I guess so. That's great. I'm excited for, actually. Yeah, but I mean, you definitely feel like you're sort of stabbing in the dark as to like. I mean, a parent can go through and look at those lists, but, you know, Tell me a well, A lot of people are excited about that kind of thing. They're like this is yeah. I don't have to let go the store and stand there and be like, what are we getting here? You could go to some website or USA today or the Today's show, Or whoever is partnering with some of these trusted sites like toys, thoughts. That's a more toy insider. And like they kind of take a lot of the guesswork out of you. They're basically saying these air what experts are saying your kid is going to want. If you go.

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"post high school" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

The Joe Rogan Experience

06:27 min | 3 months ago

"post high school" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience

"This is where we get our news in him now is there is a photo and he's wearing a shirt. This is different. That's real. That's a real weight whether or not. That weighs one hundred pounds. It might one hundred pounds. I don't believe that he has a fake hundred weight. He's a big person I think that Guy I'm sure he's not I'm sure the weight isn't fake. That's the picture. Here's the thing. I saw these people that are complaining and saying it's not real and all this shit. I. Listen. You can do that that can be done. People think you can't do that. Crazy. He's bigger than me. He's bigger than me and there's a video of me on instagram with a ninety two pound kettle bell and I'm cleaning it and pressing it ten times over my head. Right? He's big guys a lot bigger than me. Right? He could hold one hundred pounds over his head with that. One hundred pound dumbbell my my arm right now I could press it. He's bigger than me he could do it. Some people are fucking strong. I? Don't have any problem with doing that. It's when he does this challenge to Chris Cuomo prove. Prove you can actually left that. Wait. You're showing with see this guy just wants attention because you should know that there's people that are freak strong that could lift that. Ranks countries. Thousands of guys name Frank. Country Store Newton Newton. Newton. Wasn't number false somewhere in Newton Massachusetts Newton Center that's such a great Boston story where it's like the Guy Loses the team we was talked about it because you know by subs there because we'd walk there from school by subs from Frantic hike across all ten times he was a tank, just a legend. fucking stacked little Guinea right like this five foot seven guy who's like five foot seven wide. I don't mind people not liking trumpets weird when they're like angry like I Chris. Angry they're angry but isn't that his job? It shouldn't be, but it's entertainment. Tucker Carlson's entertainment. Yeah. He is entertainment on the other side. Yeah. But anyway, Tucker Carlson's been ruthless like say about across that guy is very good as on point shitting on people and being smug about it and being serious if you look at a lot of where he stands politically is not he's not like a corporate right wing I mean listen he's wealthy from originally Blah Blah. Blah. But he actually seems to like find a lot of merit in some of the more socialist type programs like he talks about he balances his statements. Alstom out and like you'll you'll watch them and you'll go this guy doesn't seem like some radical lunatic but he's in that category where he's everyone's like, oh, he's a white supremacist racist. Don't even give him a chance that nobody wants but this is this is how partisan we how? Divided. We are right when nobody wants to listen to anything that anybody says that doesn't even agree with them at. All right. There's a great fucking documentary from. A few years back about the nineteen sixties and it is i. think it's called. Bitter Enemies. It's I've talked about it before it's Gorka Dow versus. Auckland. Festival. It's amazed unbelievable. So good. Yeah and you have this conservative and William F. Buckley who really seems to? You Gore Vidal. Who's like my version of little liberal should be that's what I like an intelligent open minded very well, read very articulate person right. I love that debate. And then when Gore Vidal gets under William F Buckley's skin and he says crazy shit to him and he says he I'll sock you. Some. Real But it's very dated like you'll stay plastered or something like. Time. Yeah Yeah Pretty Cartoon Right? Yes. But he was like he lost his cool and lost the debate has of that now we Have a debate. We have to hide the location because there would be riots outside. Yeah. Yeah. Everybody would hit fire alarm be critically shooting fireworks into the debates that you can't even have a remotely controversial non Orthodox opinion. And I hate to say this because I am a left-wing person. From the left right laughter the. Doing this for the most part of right. Might they might mock people on the left, but they're not trying to shut down speech right is now well, the right. Used to do it, they did it a lot in the ninety S. they did a lot with art. They did a lot with people that were anti religion. They did it a lot like the family values Catholic, all those coalitions used to do it a lot. They used to do a lot when a cartoon did something they didn't like the left did that too though dude you're. Not was trying to stop the Ravioli but she was counting wife one hundred percent but she was kind of an anomaly at that point it was a lot of the Christian right but now all of that has been transferred to the left. That's why it's so confused. It's transferred to the left was supposed to be about like you know tolerance. Open minded views. I remember there was a forget the artist's name, but he had a piece called piss Christ and it was. that it was during Giuliani. Yes I remember it. It came to Boston because I remember it was a crucifix submerged in Urine. That's there is. This injuries, Andress Serrano it's a small plastic crucifix submerged in a glass tank filled with piss with his own piss and people were losing their fucking minds that this guy dunked a plastic statue in a bucket of Piss like pawning it off. Yeah. It was like there was like civil war about this fund. Real big issue I want to say I'm not look at the date here bonus eighty seven. Eighty five, eighty five. He was probably just a kind of a band. Yeah. I would this was. Post High School for me and I was still trying to figure out what made sense. I was like. I just get eighty seven means. I was twenty, which means I was just getting out of the House I was just getting out of the House when I was twenty and it was live with my friends and I was kind of a loser who is also a winner like martial arts winner..

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"post high school" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:34 min | 5 months ago

"post high school" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Somewhat forgotten figure cycling. Well, if you're my attention was and I've never written really a sports story before except for calling scores for the Washington Post High School Students Anywhere, next to this book until it sports ever you know it's been a long time since I've been in sports section. But I was interested in this incredible last point in American history. In eighteen nineties when Jim Crow era really was institutionalised by. plessey versus Ferguson, which was infamous of separate but equal case. And I heard about the story of major Taylor, is young black man shortly after that winning races becoming the national champion International. Championed. I really wondered how do that? It's incredibly difficult moment and I learned that he wanted to set an example and he felt he given a fair shake that he could excel and others could excel. That's all he wanted was a fair chance. So that really was his his life and then I realized that you came before Jack Johnson, of course, everybody boxing champion ninety eight. Just Yell and Nineteen Thirties Jackie Robinson and I really believe that those three men were here with. Interview that they would say major Taylor paved away because Jack Johnson himself actually wanted to emulate major Taylor Johnson talked about is you know seeing the others? Johnson cyclist mandate major Taylor. That was his initial. Goal, will know that and I discovered that research and he was in a cycling accident early his career and it was hospitalized and it was so bad that he said I want to go into a left dangerous sport and became a boxer. So. Tells you the impact of Major Taylor he major Taylor was there are you know really before anybody else and you have to realize him but I didn't realize that into this is that In the eighteen ninety S. Imagine a world where there's three hundred automobiles. Most of them don't have breaks backwards or just experimental machines and there's four and a half million bicycles if the horse and buggy world otherwise and as the bicycle transition from the big high road bikes that most people can ride to the equal sized wheels we know today suddenly everyone wanted to bicycle. And Bicycling on the track oval tracks called velodromes became the big most popular sport in the country more. So than baseball. So you had lots of people you'd have ten twenty thousand people going to these races all over the country velodromes, and there were blacks and raised in their racism whites who raced in their races. But Major Taylor wanted to race against the best friends in the world and that's what he finally did he six months after the Plessey versus Ferguson case was decided and that was in May. Eighteen ninety six almost exactly one, hundred, twenty, three years ago. Today's up speaking to you after that at the end of that year major Taylor went to Madison Square. Garden met two men who were basically in the baseball business but they weren't making as much money as they needed a bigger profitable sport was bicycling major Taylor went to them and said, I wanNA race against the best sprinters in the world and one of these photos said the major Taylor shouldn't you be signing the white gentlemen shoes on? Fifth, Avenue. And Major Taylor basically said, no. I should be racing against the best white racers in the world and it actually motors realized that. Featuring, this young black man basically unknown at the time against these white champions would be attraction that they could promote it as literally white versus black. So that's what they did a major. Taylor was able to then go to Madison Square Garden. The greatest sporting arena really of the day and participate in a contest that was on for six day race because you raised. Six straight days around the track took an hour here or there for a break and I can tell you this story but it's the start of what got me really interested that if it's extraordinaire Mona history when this bicycling was degrade sport and Jim Crow was coming slamming down Major. Taylor interest you know you mentioned about people the other Black Pioneers Johnson. And Robinson and I guess you could Jesse Owens in there as well. What's the commonality that major Taylor in those people that I just mentioned had? Well you know. I. Think they all thought themselves as wanting to succeed by virtue of having a fair chance that you see that again and again in these stories and certainly some major. Taylor. He later than Blake heard autobiography and he said the reason I'm writing this is I want to show that if a black individual is given an equal footing that he or she can exceed in any human endeavor that might be tried all these is a fair shake it didn't WanNa..

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"post high school" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

13:17 min | 11 months ago

"post high school" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai

"What was what. When did you start in Iot? Them are what they call Iot. When did you start calling what you're doing? Iot? I guess another way to. That's a good question I I don't think to be honest. I didn't start calling. It is not actually other people telling you what you were. Actually I believe that's what we've been doing for ten twenty years. I mean I think it's just a new era of technology and there's a terminology for it now and Basically just the technologies is being advanced so rapidly that now it it's more of an enabler variety than -iety is a new technology. That's Kinda what I I I see. What do you mean what what is an enabler? Frailty so I mean you know. Just go back on that ten years ago. I think you know we were talking. There was technology that could build a distribution cameras monitoring eldery But obviously was in research date was known not commercial bowler couldn't be commoditised. You know build into products but now you know. Prices are dropping on and on the chipsets on the connectivity platforms. You know there's so many different components out there off the shelf open source or products that you can license so you can actually build these systems in you. Know may make the make a business case out of it today and I think that's what really formed the the Iot hype. In my opinion. It kind of reminds me and this shows my age a little bit but my first job after I guess mathematician I but then as a as a professional programmer we used to. We used to develop everything ourselves and recently I've been talking to people in the development world specifically because of IOT and I don't know if it's your experience but they're telling me these days developers coming out of school for example and again I'm showing my age but it sounds like you're you reminded me of what you just said. It sounds like you just grab libraries from here. You grab as he k's from here and you're really really able to build upon the shoulders of of many people that came behind you before you and and it seems like just what you can get done. Today is so much more than I guess. When I was a programmer am I am I on the Mark There? I mean I. It just seems like it's different these days. I absolutely agree and you know do the analogy with just smartphone world right. Imagine if you sit down as you're you're single program or in the garage and tried to build a smart smartphone but compared to what you can do with the IRS s decay or the Andrew. Dice Decay. You can build amazing applications right just on your own. Basically but there's a couple of million man years to pin put into you know working on on all the platforms hardware. The indication is in the cloud services and so on and so on that that you are actually using right to to build your specific application. I Miss I really miss that. Yeah that goes to my background. I personally I you know. I've started coating your young. I I've been sort of through the full stack of software development. All the way low level drivers stuff to cloud based web very front and mobile graphics also through my career done. You know everything. From Software Development Architecture Product Management Engineering Management Consulting Management and recently about a half year ago. I took over a CTO here REC ROOM. Five looking more long term. They shouldn't things kind of background in a short concise format. Well that's that's kind of what most people know about you. What something was an fact that maybe most people don't know about you so Skiing snowboarding has always been a big part of my life. I started at a very young age. You wait a second. Didn't you say your Swedish is that supposed to be? Is that supposed to be something? That's unusual or something. Probably not probably not. Okay sorry go ahead snowboard. Yeah so you know that was a big part a big part of my life at least until I got kids and we'll see now when they're growing up we'll we'll get them on skis as well but one thing that most people don't know that the In my early twenty S. I spent one season as a ski bomb Austria. That's how passionate was about the very being and and unfortunately I think I was on the person at the time that season that used health skiing in the reverse way meaning that I used to go down from the mountain instead of opportunities now. Is Your children per dissolved. His mind but absurd to impart. It'll this type of I. Guess Maybe Post High School type advice. But would you recommend to your kids when they're that age to take a year off a school or you're off of life and and do something being Skiba. I'll keep that confidential for now. Okay we'll see all right. Well let's get into. Let's get into Iot so we've had a lot of down and dirty discussions technology you know putting on the gum boots and wading through the bits and technology and I love that and I think it's important you know I think is important for business managers to understand the technology not not enough to build implemented but enough to to make business decisions With it but I've had a number of Of Our listeners. Ask We want you gotta Pop Mary for air here and give us a bigger picture. So why don't you? I mean you've gone through room five a little bit As a professional services firm. What are the building blocks that you see or that you that that need to be considered when when you're creating IOT product so I I'd like to back up one step event when you mentioned the big picture because this is kind of a core of what we're trying to do and accomplish is building an IT product or system or solution? We strongly believe that it got to start from from the top. You know looking into. What are you trying to accomplish? And if this is an end consumer product. You know the key thing that you want to do. Is You want to delight your customers right. You WanNa bring them some value and and one example of that is that I go back to my. You know my thesis ten years ago. I rolled about smart toothbrushes white. I mean you can blue. Finagle A toothbrush. Today without too too big of a bill of material. Add on and you can see that. You know your battery's low and you get a notification on your on your smartphone that you should probably change battering in in the toothbrush. This obviously a little bit foolish example. Trying make it but what we wrote. You know ten years ago when we didn't even think about you know Bluetooth enabling the the toothbrush just thanking the concept of a smart toothbrush right. What about in monitors your mouth? Health health gives you advice about you. Know what you're doing right or wrong. You know that can actually lead to them. Maybe not let less Dentist appointment but at least cheaper once right. Now now you have a real value add you have a use case that you know potentially compelling to the end user if you start from there then you can start. You know building your team and looking. What do I need to accomplish this use case right then you can go into more technologies that you know what I knew do? I need a Wifi enabled toothbrush. Do I need a bluetooth? What what's enough to to soul my use case right and and then I think at least we believe it's very important you know just like a startup works. Be Very Lean and agile in the way you're doing this and and do it the rations To get a wit you know a design in the US team that can constantly not just just like you do durations and software development you have to rate on the user experience since the are these really compelling do user testing and so on and I think that that's very common in you know in the product design world but I think it's that's where sort of you know core technology engineering of Iot with Connectivity Bluetooth chips power management meets this design world. You know if you look at the IPHONE for instance at this is what apple does very well but apple is also a tremendously huge organizations with enormous muscles. Right if your little player or you're an existing big part of company that have you know some product toothbrushes which normally you know a mechanical thing about rewrite. Now it's connected to some extent there. There's this breach to gap in on dry. That's where we trying to position ourselves that that that's really important to be successful at the end of the day. No from your from your experience with your clients. Are they approaching you with starting from the top or they kind of getting a little bit ahead of themselves? It's actually a very I think it's very cultural thing depending on you know what culture is At the client side. Some are coming in. You know basically we have this product connected because everybody else is doing it and there's a lot of evangelizing needs to be done there. Some people are coming. You know like we see the kickstarter to small companies that I'm coming without approach already and they might just need more more sort of Metoo debone actually how to build it out which ranch which platforms or which has the case which open source tools. Should I be using to to actually realize my vision here and so I think there is breath there and and that's you know one on one of the benefits. We have working with various clients not being a product company. We can see and learn from all of these you know at the end of the day we WanNa grow our knowledge base into space as a as a consulting company. Sure all right. Well let's get let's get to the. Let's get to the building blocks. And what are you? What are you seeing? And maybe just take us through the different building blocks that are required so I tried to evangelize around. I think Cisco did an amazing job putting out there reference model for The iot seven layered stack where you basically have the edge at the bottom and at the top you have the the application and the analytics and you know between from the edge to connectivity layer. You know and then. Then there's the separation between ot and it so operational technology in information technology where basic. You know the edge. Can you take the toothbrush session? Example again right there might be certain now. Use The toothbrush example. Maybe just take us through. Take us through the seven layers then. Yeah I WOULD. I would say you know assuming we'd Bluetooth connect that you know. The operation thing will be in our. I need to get changed. My battery's writer. I get immediate feedback on how I perform my brushing right but from there on the phone you know can work as a gateway to you know provide analytics go to insurance companies. Whatever right did that? That's where the IT breaks off and any obviously if you're a manufacturer of toothbrushes you can get information of how your toothbrushes are performing for you know predictive analytics and all you know what you need to do. Bettering your next product. You can get there. It goes into big data part narrative. I but but dig down. Let's let's dig down okay. So now we're in the toothbrush. And you've mentioned the Connectivity Bluetooth. So now the Bluetooth is going to be. It's going to have a small. Ot Network within the within the toothbrush is going to have different sensors. You're talking about potentially checking on the mouth. Hell The mouths health. There's maybe timers so talk a little bit about talkable with that and let's work our way through from what's on the ot part of the toothbrush. So I mean obviously you have you know a sensor a couple of sensors that providing you with some data the next step is obviously a toothbrush is very simple. It's not sort of a sub network in that sense but you probably need to pick some kind of processing element that You know there's an embedded systems and obviously its battery driven. So Marcus option is one thing that you need to address yes yes. I'm not sure if you know. Your toothbrush has a tremendous amount of security requirements. It's more more probably the privacy thing using the phone to your gateway you could probably you know look at designing that from from that level up From embedded system. You know what we call the edge that it's talking to you sensors you know. There's obviously some some firmware logic. Handles you know the local local embedded system and there's the bluetooth connectivity. That gets to to your phone or your maybe your home gateway or hub that talks to all your local things into home.

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"post high school" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"post high school" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Welcome back is the Ben Shapiro show so this democratic race is getting pretty weird Marianne Williamson actually polling in New Hampshire and she's kind of strange she's very weird and she says weird things a lot and it's kind of cooking fun choose on that stage talking about how she's gonna rope trump with chains of love or something is pretty fantastic she's no polling I had a beta or work in New Hampshire which is just fantastic they don't work is this Steve Herrington post high school of the democratic race in high school he was the hair right in high school he was the guy all the girls want to be with you is the coolest kid in school and now he's just an unemployed loser working at an ice cream shop wearing navy shorts and that that's been over but Marianne Williamson has climbed all the way up to like four point five percent in New Hampshire which is just a phenomenon the downside to Marion Williams and is that as a cookie person she's also cookie person and she also because she channels this sort of karmic leftism she sometimes says things out loud that are weird so she had an event yesterday and this is pretty how it shows where the Democratic Party truly is where we are going my goodness and Merion ones in at this event calls on all the white members of her audience to surround the black members of the audience and then repeat a formal apology after her first well I'm not a big fan of people generally repeating what politicians have to say I just think that it is creepy and weird I remember Donald Trump didn't twenty sixteen equity did at the time I do not like it when politicians say repeat after me and then you've got a huge crowd of people repeating after them unless you're actually taking a citizenship other something is really dumb but this is even more ridiculous Marianne Williamson informs all the white people in the room they need to apologize to all the black people in the room and it gets very awkward I'm going to ask the white Americans in the room to please repeat after me on behalf of myself and on behalf of my country.

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"post high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"post high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That she deserved. More recently, she started acting seriously in film as one of the stars of Hidden Figures and in moonlight and this year, she released an album called dirty computer, despite the title, it's not science fiction at all she's dealing frankly with the issues that she's facing and our country is facing. Right. This very moment. She join me in the studio and I wanted to begin at the very beginning. So at the New Yorker, we have a whole fact checking department, so I want to start with the fact checking thing I read that as a kid you wrote an entire musical inspired by the Stevie Wonder album journey through the secret life of plants. All about photosynthesis. What was it? Like, what was this musical act? Well, my uncle was a huge Stevie Wonder fan and he played the album, and then I was like, oh, we're learning about photosynthesis in our school. And I started to just write about me because I was living with my grandmother at the time we were in between houses, and I started to write about me. And just this attack on are not attack attack on humans from plants. How old were you shoot? I had to be in like elementary school because we went we have science class. Maybe like the fourth or fifth grade who the writers can even performers or songwriters that were just in inflaming your imagination when you were young when I was young I was really influenced because I was I was with my family if you wrote in a big family like me, I have over fifty first cousins. Grandmother had twelve children. Wow. And I have a huge family. And so I was just with them a lot and I come from a musically inclined family. My great grandmother's both play oriented, piano with their churches. The church was was huge inspiration from you sing in church through in the way that singers that from an earlier generation did their way Aretha kind of grew up knowing the music of Sunday morning and Saturday night. You know, I- sing in church, but it's not the type of song that she would think would be sung in church. It's not for. No. I actually was that five six year old kid who would be sitting in a few in. My pastor would be between Yellen and sweating and to get the Holy Ghost. And I would bust out and seeing Michael Jackson's beat it. And then I'd be escorted out to the children's church. Kinda got kicked out. Yeah. I was I was a rebellious Christian. Now. You're also interested in musical and musical theater. And did you have access to that? Or was it all through records in radio? I did have access to musical theater and what roles that you play as a kid was Cinderella. I can totally do he did it. We did a production. I went to a predominantly all black a high school Latina Latino and black high school, and you got all the leads didn't you? I didn't actually funny. What did you not get the lead the wiz? I did not get the wiz. I wanted to be Dorothy solve. You're still mad about kind of. I'm kind of still, but I understood it, but it crushed me growing up. It really crush me. Now, at what point did you think I can have a big life like something that's beyond being in the high school musical something beyond being maybe the best singer at your high school. Something larger than that. I don't think you've registered until I went to New York Post high school. I went to the American music dramatics academy. And I started to learn more, and I started to grow and. When I realized that there was just more potential that I hadn't tapped into there was just an access potential that was there, and that led me to leave I left school because I realized that I wanted to tell fresher stories who your heroes at that time Lauryn Hill. Lauryn Hill was my biggest inspiration, and I love Judy Garland. Yeah. Lordy on Judy Garland were were my my heroes. Those are pretty different performance. Why those two they were just women that I felt really used their voices. Need had first of all unique tone, and they just came across a strong. I didn't know a whole lot about Judy Garland. Obviously, I'm from Kansas and the wizard of Oz. You know in her being in that I felt like she was a dreamer. And she was a strong woman. I know she had a complex life. But Lauren hill in particular. I resonated with me as a black woman who did an album and made a career fully being herself. She did not shy away from her religious belief. She didn't shy away from being a mom. Join a town where people said that she could not have a child who are ruin her career. She she was an actress she was an actor. She was a singer. She was a producer. She was a polymath. And now was how I wanted to model my career now let's hear song from an early album that's called violet stars happy hunting. And this is from an album called metropolis the chase. Sweet..

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"post high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"post high school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Acting seriously in film as one of the stars of Hidden Figures and in moonlight and this year, she released an album called dirty computer, despite the title, it's not science fiction at all she's dealing frankly with the issues that she's facing and our country is facing. Right. This very moment. She join me in the studio and I wanted to begin at the very beginning. So at the New Yorker, we have a whole fact checking department, so I want to start with the fact checking thing I read that as a kid you wrote an entire musical inspired by the Stevie Wonder album journey through the secret life of plants. All about photosynthesis. What was it? Like, what was this musical? Well, my uncle was a huge Stevie Wonder fan and he played the album, and then I was like, oh, we're learning about photosynthesis in our school. And I started to just write about me because I was living with my grandmother at the time we were in between houses, and I started to write about me and just as attack on are not attack attack on humans from plants. You she had to be in like elementary school. 'cause we rent we had science class. Maybe like the fourth or fifth grade who the writers and performers or songwriters that were just in inflaming your imagination when you were that young when I was young I was really influenced because I was with my family if you wrote in a big family like me, I have over fifty first cousins. My grandmother had twelve children. Wow. And I have a huge family. And so I was just with them a lot, and I come from a musically inclined family, my great-grandmothers, both play oriented, piano with their churches. The church was was a huge inspiration from you sing in church through in the way that singers that from an earlier generation did their way Aretha kind of grew up knowing the music of Sunday morning and Saturday night. You know, I did sing in church, but it's not the type of song. She would think would be sung in church. It's not traditional gospel. No. I actually was that five six year old kid who would be sitting in a few in. My pastor would be between Yellen. Sweating inbound to get the Holy Ghost. And I would bust out and seeing Michael Jackson's beat it. And then I be escorted out to the children's. Kind of got kicked out. Yeah. I was I was a rebellious Christian. Now, you are also interested in musicals and musical theater. And did you have access to that? Or was it all through records in radio? I did have access to musical theater and what roles that you play as a kid. I was Cinderella. I can totally we did a production. I went to a predominantly all black a high school Latino Latino in black high school, and you got all the leads didn't you? I didn't actually funny. Where did you not get the lead the wiz? I did not get the wiz. I wanted to be Dorothy. So you're still mad about kind kinda I'm kind of still, but I understood it, but it crush me growing up it really crush me. Now, at what point did you think I can have a big life like something that's beyond being in the high school musical something beyond being maybe the best singer at your high. School something larger than that. I don't think registered until I went to New York Post high school. I went to the American musical dramatics academy. And I started to learn more, and I started to grow and. When I realized that there was just more potential that I hadn't tapped into there was just an access potential that was there, and that led me to leave I left school because I realized that I wanted to tell fresher stories who your heroes at that time Lauryn Hill. Lauryn Hill was my biggest inspiration, and I love Judy Garland. Lord. Judy Garland were were my my my heroes are pretty different performers. Why those two women that I felt really used their voices. You need had first of all unique tone, and they just came across a strong. I didn't know a whole lot about Judy.

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"post high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"post high school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of still, but I understood it, but it crush me growing up it really crush me. Now, at what point did you think I can have a big life like something that's beyond being in the high school musical something beyond being maybe the best singer at your high school something larger than that. I don't think registered until I went to New York Post high school. I went to the American musical and dramatic academy. And I started to learn more, and I started to grow and. When I realized that there was just more potential that hadn't tapped into there was just an access potential that was there, and that led me to leave I left school because I realized that I wanted to tell fresher stories who your heroes at that time Lauryn Hill. Lauryn Hill was my biggest inspiration, and I love Judy Garland. Yeah. Lordy on Judy Garland were were my my my heroes, pretty different performance. Why those two they were just women that I felt really used their voices unique first of all unique tone, and they just came across a strong. I didn't know a whole lot about Judy Garland, obviously from Kansas and the wizard of Oz. You know in her being in that I felt like she was a dreamer. And she was a strong woman. I know she had a complex life. But Lauren hill in particular resonated with me as a black woman who did an album and made a career fully being herself. She did not shy away from her religious beliefs. She didn't shy away from being a mom during a time. Where people said that she could not have a child who were ruin her career. She she was an actress she was an actor. She was a singer. She was a producer. She was a polymath. And now is how I wanted to model my career now let's hear a song from an early album that's called violet stars happy hunting. And this is from an album called metropolis the chase sweep..

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"post high school" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

Talk 1300 FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"post high school" Discussed on Talk 1300 FM

"And you know they're gonna wind up paying more for everything because of that you know the way payment on a student loan you know frankly in some ways a college education is not all it's cracked up to be and i'm not saying that college in general is a bad idea i'm certainly not saying that that post high school education is a bad idea but for many people they go to college because all my friends are going or oh mama dad would be so upset at the country club if either their their oldest son wound up wearing a blue collar which is ironic of course given the number of plumbers and electricians you find in welfare lines that would be not many because they have a viable skill and in fact many of them do quite well financially there are certain things of course will which you need a college degree in which the college degree will pay you back but as an example i've often used if you become let's say an a student with a master's degree in a trust can architecture then you're probably simply going to wind up being the most articulate barista at starbucks that's exactly right and you know we we laugh at this but goes or you know that's the reality and what happens with student loans is that you know after the fact the reality sets in but they don't take the same consideration they don't have these discussions i the kitchen table when they're applying for the student loans because everybody thinks suzy.

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"post high school" Discussed on Successful Dropout

Successful Dropout

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"post high school" Discussed on Successful Dropout

"Different can be good and it can be bad and different to be good for you personally with your lifestyle where you're going if you know yourself well again back to what we talked about earlier really know what you want it can be very good on the flip side it can be very bad people you know people don't really want to interact much perhaps they get feel challenged in some way and i think a lot of that does lead 'isolation because you are not driving at seven am on the road with just about everybody else the destination to work all day drive back home at five you're going to a coffee shop or you're going off in doing something else and and that doesn't feed well into maybe fitting in if you think about high school or post high school or whatever is you're not fitting in with the crowd and you then therefore have to find another way to interact with them without fending people are upsetting them in some way you're disappointing them and this love it man will we are coming to the end of our of our our time limit here it's definitely been a pleasure it's good to have you on again man but before i let you go and i think you might have answered these once before when you were on but maybe i don't know maybe you've got some new insight but i like to ask every guest a couple of questions before i let him go in the first one is any advice any parting advice that you would have for any of our listeners who are considering dropping out and let's say you know not just dropping out of school but say if the dropping out of the nine to five or really anything that you could label as the status quo.

"post high school" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"post high school" Discussed on WGTK

"As a child and as a an adult you'll qualify and as a matter of fact in order to get daca you have to you have shown that you of either you first of all you have to have completed high school and gotten in gdp and then beyond that you have to have completed at least several years of post high school education or worked steadily since high school that's worked paying taxes holding a job and when you say we are tired of going further into debt to support nonamericans first of all these people want to become americans they wanted desperately that's why they're called dreamers right and to say that no you can never ever ever become an american despite the fact that you've grown up here you've attended american schools in most cases since first grade and you've graduated from american high schools at center at century we even though you've done all this and we've invested in you to that extent we don't want allow you've ever become part of our country and you can't stay here most americans don't support that and they're right not to let's go to elect in pittsburgh alexi you're on the medved show it's disagreement day uh our majko um i want her i want your coa lot because i feel like you're bearing rodrico hurt i try to be um i heard about what you what you were talking about earlier about uh the crew that crew that donald trump is a white farmer and i recall what what really odd grenade equipped me out he ripped off old charlotte fell riot pay um if european anwar for any new absolutely right he dealt with a horribly i and they dealt with at horrible i think it was a disgrace and he hurt himself alon i couldn't have been more critical of president trump than i was and they was the low point in this whole presidency and.

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"post high school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"post high school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"As a child and as a an adult you'll qualify and as a matter of fact in order to get daca you have to you have shown that you have either you first of all you have to have completed high school and gotten in the gdp and then beyond that you have to have completed at least several years of post high school education or worked steadily since highschool that's worked paying taxes holding a job and when you say are tired of going further into debt to support nonamericans first of all these are people want to become americans they wanted desperately that's why they're called dreamers right and to say that no you can never ever ever become an american despite the fact that you've grown up here you've attended american schools in most cases since first grade and you've graduated from american high schools that at century we even though you've done all this and we've invested in you to that extent we don't allow you to ever become part of our country and you can't stay here most americans don't support that and they're right not to let's go to elect see in pittsburgh alexi you're on the medved show it's disagreement day uh michael harm i want her i want your coa lot because i feel like you're very rodrico hurt i try to be i heard about what you what you were an article route earlier about uh the crew that proof that donald trump is a white farmer and i recall what really greg grenade equipped me it out with our own far would fell riot fake all in what for any new president absolutely right he dealt with a horribly i and they dealt with it horribly i think it was a disgrace and he hurt himself alon i couldn't have been more critical of president trump than i was i think it was the low point in this whole presidency and you're entirely correct alexi i agree with you.

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"post high school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"post high school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"It is all young people have not only graduated from high school but pursued post high school education so you're right i think trump knows that yes i do and he he said repeatedly adb you can hear president trump saying i love the dreamers these are very fine young people we're going to protect the dreamers okay this is what senator graham emphasized and i think it's it's something that president trump needs to here which is president trump should now do some thing that he has done before he did it on medical care that didn't work out but he can do it on this which is begin to llambi and speak to provide help to those in congress were fighting to get this right here's what senator graham had to say on that issue i think the president the country is service by going back to constitutional order in a way that allows a sixmonth opportunity for the congress to take care of these kids so the president was right on the law but he is also right to give us six months the figure out solution to this in my challenge to the president is it you've talked very glowingly about these kids help us helpless in the house helpless in the senate i thank you on your good man get involved personally work the phones try to find a consensus here okay that's exactly right and if that happens i i actually think that with all these things that need to be done i mean right now with one devastating hurricane and people still not anywhere near back to normal life in south texas with another hurricane in it's a category five storm already it's heading ford florida maybe we'll catch a break in a won't hit florida but with all this possibility this is not the time to talk about a government shutdown nobody wants that keep the government operating helped the hurricane victims help the daca kids wrath other than force them into deportation and then move forward to actually do some good things for the country fix medical care and yes tax system while you're at it will be right back.

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"post high school" Discussed on WGTK

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02:17 min | 3 years ago

"post high school" Discussed on WGTK

"It is all young people have not only graduated from high school but pursued post high school education so you're right they think trump knows that yes i do and he said repeatedly adb you can hear president trump saying i love that dreamers these are very fine young people we're going to protect the dreamers okay this is what senator graham emphasized and i think it's it's something that president trump needs to here which is president trump should now do something that he has done before he did it on medical care that didn't work out but he can do it on this which is begin to lobby and speak to provide help to those in congress were fighting to get this right here's what senator graham had to say on that issue i think the president did the country is service by going back to constitutional order in a way that allows a sixmonth opportunity for the congress to take care of these kids so the president was right on the law but he is also right to give us six months the figure out solution to this in my challenge to the president is that you've talked very glowingly about these kids help us helpless in the house helpless in the senate i thank you on your good man get involved personally worked the phones try to find a consensus hear okay that's exactly right and if that happens i i actually think that with all these things that need to be done i mean right now with one devastating hurricane and people still not anywhere near back to normal life in south texas with another hurricane in it's a category five storm already is heading ford florida maybe we'll catch a break in a won't hit florida but with all this possibility this is not the time to talk about a government shutdown nobody wants that keep the government operating helped the hurricane victims help the daca kids other than force them into deportation and then move forward to actually do some good things for the country fix medical care and yes tax system while you're at it will be right back.

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"post high school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"post high school" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Hi michael i can tell i'm living in the thick of it down here in tucson um i really think the darker has some good point and i'll tell you why it's probably fit kip the are educated in the united states and a could education and that encourages them to go onto college invented himself and there's there's no question about at a very high percentage of the young people in dhaka and it is all young people have a not only graduated from high school but per sued post high school education so you're right think trump knows that yes i do and he said repeatedly adb you can hear president trump saying i love the dreamers these are very fine young people we're going to protect the dreamers okay this is what senator graham emphasized and i think it's it's something the president trump needs to here which is president trump should now do something that he has done before he did it on medical care that didn't work out but he can do it on this which is begin to llambi and speak to provide help to those in congress were fighting to get this right here's what senator graham had to say on that issue i think the president did the country is serviced by going back to constitutional order in a way that allows a sixmonth oppertunistic for the congress to take care of these kids so the president was right on the law but he is also right to give us six months the figure astle lucien to this in my challenge to the president is it you've talked very glowingly about these kids help us helpless in the house helpless in the senate i thank you on your good man get involved personally worked the phones try to find a consensus here okay that's exactly right and if that happens i i actually think that with all these things that need to be done i mean right now with one devastating hurricane and people still not anywhere near back to normal life in south texas with another hurricane and it's a category five storm already is heading ford florida we will catch a break in a won't hit florida but with all of this possibility this is not the time to talk about a.

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