35 Burst results for "Principal"

Kurt Schlicter's Advice for Voting in Future Elections and Winning

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | Last week

Kurt Schlicter's Advice for Voting in Future Elections and Winning

"We lost. We got our asses kicked. And I want to ask you if you could do one thing, and we're going to skip everybody I have heard, agrees we need to do early voting and ballot harvesting, okay? Good. Let's do that. That's not enough. What do we need to do past that? Oh my gosh, there are a wide range of things. First thing I would sit down and do is take advantage of the time we have. And do some deep thinking about this because there is a lot of stuff. Let's start with the big picture, voters. We need to be more strategic. Stop voting with your heart all the time and vote with your head, some of the time. Doesn't mean you always elect Mitt Romney, but sometime you have to decide, you know, I would like Joe blow, but maybe Joe Smith might be more likely again elected. You've got to be strategic. I think people misunderstand principles. Here's my principle. I win. I win. You lose. Yes. Yes, that is my principal. I love the people going, well, you know, Lisa Cohen, correct about the election system. Well, you have to take power to do that. And that requires Harry Potter wand. Well, and part of it, okay, if you look at Arizona, we have to accept the fact that it's as bad as they did and tried to prove to everyone that that they want to make it look as much like a stolen election as possible. In the end, the lower ballot candidates were winning big time and one as many votes as the Democrat who beat Carrie Lake. So I don't know how that's going to turn out. And I don't want to create a fight. But we need to accept the fact that our message is not getting through. Yes. And we need to look at where that message worked and didn't and figure out who the correct messenger is.

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Rep. Chip Roy: Three Things Happening About This Election Right Now

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | Last month

Rep. Chip Roy: Three Things Happening About This Election Right Now

"See a few things happening in these red states where the states have been insulated from crazy because red states have had governors and they've had policies that are pretty decent right One of them And so bubbling up percolating leftists who put out ideas but they're very theory You know because they're not impacted by New York on the other hand right They're dealing with rampant crime They're dealing with the direct consequences of the leftist agenda So you're seeing a push back there Let's take Mike Lee Can you talk to conservative state They're in generally good shape But you've got Evan McMullen running as a supposed independent Yet he's anything but a clear Democrat a clear liberal He said that he supported ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation He's talked about gun regulations He's talked about supporting unreliable quote green energy He's a waffle on abortion He's touted the federal role in education He's promoted critical race theory He voted for Joe Biden I keep going down the list He's a liberal He's done fundraisers with tester I mean he's a Democrat But he's carved out this thing as like oh I'm mister independent And then you've got that Mitt Romney wing of the Republican Party in Utah that just can't stand a guy like Mike Lee who is principal and who stands up and fights and does what is right when it is hard to do it And so Mike is in a little bit of a tough race I was out in Utah Last week almost two weeks ago And had a great visit out there and we got some good folks out there Ted Cruz is going out there to close out the race next week A lot of us have been coming up and if you're out there you're listening to this you know show up for Mike Lee There's no more important rates in the country than ensuring that Mike Lee wins his race for Senate I think he will but it's closer than it should be And we've got to make sure he gets it done

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Bob Stefanowski: Connecticut Is Responding to Social Issues

The Dan Bongino Show

01:47 min | Last month

Bob Stefanowski: Connecticut Is Responding to Social Issues

"Bob growing up in New York which is obviously dominated by Democrats especially the city level where it was roughly 6 7 8 to one Democrats the Republicans We were always told conventional wisdom all Republicans can't win Well that's just not the case We had a three term Republican governor in New York George pataki Lee zeldin Zhu and a great job up there Now I'm sure you know him We had Rudy Giuliani two terms as a mayor of New York City as a Republican You're in Connecticut a state that's not nearly I think is democratic with the lean as places like New York So I'm optimistic You can certainly pull this thing off Well I'll tell you what's strangely working in our favor in Connecticut which hasn't in the past or the social issues When you've got government mandating that parents vaccinate their kids for COVID and you've got government mandating that kid has to wear a mask And I'm not against vaccines or mess but it should be up to the parent And these kitchen I take Glenn youngkin's phrase Kitchen table issue should be spoken about at the kitchen table We have the assistant principle in Greenwich at the high school come out and say when he looks for new teachers he refuses to hire Roman Catholics He refuses to hire Republicans and he likes to hire teachers under the age of 30 so he can indoctrinate them in the democratic policies that they can then teach to teachers This is on film So I've got a lot of Democrat moms coming up to me say I've never voted Republican before but I want to be able to raise my kids We put out a principal of rights which gives the right to raise the kids back to parents schools should be cheating reading rating and arithmetic We should be teaching kids how to think about what to think and that's where we're going to win

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'Tony Bobulinski Proves It: Our Elites Corrupted America'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | Last month

'Tony Bobulinski Proves It: Our Elites Corrupted America'

"Okay, so we were going to talk about one more piece. Tony, Tony bob olinsky. You have an article about this is one of the principal business partners of Hunter Biden, go ahead. So the piece is called Tony Bobbie proves it. Our elites corrupt in America be perhaps beyond redemption and the image is a whale rotting on the beach, which I propose as the new American flag for Joe Biden's America should be a dead whale decaying on the beach because that corruption is what we what we heard when Tucker Carlson interviewed Tony bob olinsky. We heard all sorts of details about the Biden crime family and engagement with communist Chinese businesses, controlled by the Chinese government, their secret deals, influence peddling, just really squalid stuff you would expect from like Honduras in the 1950s. The United fruit company giving an envelope full of $20 bills to a guy with a really bad mustache. But the worst part of this that I could see Tucker cuts to footage of Mark Zuckerberg testifying before Congress. Admitting that the FBI came to him ten days before the 2020 election. And told him to censor all information about the Hunter Biden laptop. And so he did it. The secret police goes to the media, tells them not to not report any information that would help the opposition against the regime so they don't. So they obey. This is what happens in Belarus. This is what happens in the Venezuela and in communist Nicaragua. We are living under a secret police that act like the East German Stasi

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King Charles III's new monogram revealed at end of mourning

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

King Charles III's new monogram revealed at end of mourning

"Buckingham Palace displayed the new royal cipher following the Ascension of King Charles the third Royal librarians tell a pani tova says the cipher is an image that represents the king and will appear on government buildings State documents and post office boxes across the UK It really consists of the initial of their name combined with the R for Rex or Regina king or king queen and then you will have the regnal number included Within the cipher and it is usually surmounted by a crown Gardner principal king of arms David white says during Queen Elizabeth's reign the cipher was represented by the letters ER meaning Elizabeth Regina It reminds everybody that we've got a new got a new sovereign symbolizes very simply who that sovereign is what is regular number is reminds us that he's king and that The Crown is above it The cipher was picked by the king himself I'm Ed Donahue

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Lee Elci: How Project Veritas Exposed Jeremy Boland

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Lee Elci: How Project Veritas Exposed Jeremy Boland

"Point, the issue that you mentioned was there's a school in Greenwich called cost Cobb elementary school. And there is an individual in assistant principal by the name of Jeremy Boland. And he's on record, project veritas did their thing. They had the video footage of him speaking to, I don't know, a woman he was trying to impress. But the quotes that were coming out of this, Mike, let me just read a couple of them. One that says, believe it or not, the open minded, more progressive teachers are actually more savvy about delivering a Democrat message without really having to mention politics, protestants in this area of Connecticut are probably the most liberal, but if they're Catholic, conservative, I won't hire them. If someone has raised hardcore Catholic, it's like their brainwashed, you can never change their mindset. Now, there are other things that he gets into as well during the course of this talking about indoctrinating your kids. It's like his responsibility. And people obviously for legitimate reasons we're going crazy. This was a huge national story.

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Democrats Love Illegal Immigration

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Democrats Love Illegal Immigration

"Because people who come here the right way obviously believe in process they believe in law they believe in order and they believe in the power of the United States and the power of the United States What we represent is fueled by law order and an allegiance to principle in allegiance to the constitution Those are the kinds of people come here the right way who might later on not vote for the wrong way and chaos and the lack of Law & Order Does that make sense If your goal was to get more people here you could do it the legal way They don't want that Because to them this is about voting power Now they try to turn that around on us at a racist They don't want to be That is the most ridiculous absurd offensive It's a typical liberal move It's a slimeball move It's what they do all the time The irony of this is it is the liberals obsessed with the racial component of immigration It's not us It's not us at all Again we're principal We don't care where you come from You're a Poland Mexico Canada nobody cares If you're Hank Johnson Guam You get the joke later some other people Nobody cares Tim you just figured that out right We don't care We just want you to come here legally Liberals don't want that They prefer illegal immigration Illegal immigration creates the demographic destiny argument or they thought it did

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Anti-Catholic Bias by Connecticut School District Under Scrutiny

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Anti-Catholic Bias by Connecticut School District Under Scrutiny

"Did you see the recent news about the anti Catholic bias in a local school district? This really has me worried and it plays into what you've been talking about at turning point USA for quite some time. Please help explain it to your audience. Yes. So the wonderful project veritas recently came out with a string of videos of an assistant elementary school principal admitting that they don't hire people if you find out they are Catholic. And they tend to end up being more right leaning conservatives. This is outright anti Christian anti Catholic bias that is being admitted on camera. And I want to just, for a second, let's extrapolate this. This is just what is being caught on camera. How many school districts? How many hiring managers? How many schools? How many administrators I should say? Hold these views that we're not able to get on camera for every one, there's probably another 5000 people in leadership. That are actively discriminating against Christians and Catholics. Let's play cut 40. So then what do you do? So have you found a bit certain? Religions tend to be more ringling. This one. Now I know that's hard to hear. There's a lot of background I was in a cafe, but this is the assistant elementary school principal admitting that they don't hire people if they find out they have a Christian or Catholic bend. So this is, this is happening in Connecticut and the Connecticut attorney general William Tong is now announcing an investigation of discrimination at the cost Cobb elementary school. This is all thanks to the wonderful work of James O'Keefe and project veritas. They do a wonderful job.

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Author and Attorney Mark Paoletta on First Meeting Clarence Thomas

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:32 min | 3 months ago

Author and Attorney Mark Paoletta on First Meeting Clarence Thomas

"Met clarence Thomas one of these fortunate episodes in 1983. I was a senior in college, I was interning in D.C. and vice president Bush was going up to campaign of all things for my uncle, who was the Republican mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut. He was a conservative. It was 5 to one Democrat registration and Bridgeport, the Democrats kept running the loser in the primary as the independent in any event. George wishes going up there, I was invited to fly up in the air force two. To go to the event. And up in Bridgeport was clarence Thomas, who was at another event, he was the eeoc chairman at the time. And my mentor was a gentleman by the name of Tom lady who became the ambassador to the Vatican under Bush 41. But he was hosting clarence Thomas. And after those two events, we met at a hotel lobby with Vassar maladie and wanted justice Thomas clarence Thomas's aides and talked for about an hour. And he was electrifying, right? He was just full of energy, full of ideas, the nicest guy, just you know him, did he just, yeah, so he made an impact on me. And that was the only time I met him at that time, but it made an impact. Flash forward to 1989. I'm in the Bush 41 White House. I'm working on judicial selection. And being young, I think it was 26, a volunteering when we were looking at clarence Thomas for the D.C. circuit. And so I offered to reach out to him and other people had talked to him informally, but this was kind of the first time the judicial selection committee and I think February of 89 met to decide, okay, what are we doing about the D.C. circuit? I reached out to justice Thomas, young aide in The White House. He's a German the EOC couldn't have been nicer. We ended up talking for an hour. I told him I wanted to get him to send me all of his speeches, articles, all that kind of stuff so we could do that due diligence, right? Long before the Internet, right? Get stuff in paper. So he sent over everything. I still have the letter. It's dated March of 89 somewhere in there. And that became or began our friendship. Where I loved reading his stuff, right? So when you talk about did I recognize yes. This guy was principal, a fighter at that time he was calling out Congress for their hypocrisy and their craziness or he had been a chairman of the EEOC. They had had something like 60 oversight hearings, right? And then you had the black leadership continually pounding clearance Thomas. And you see him standing up and not bending,

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High-stakes year begins for kids still learning to read

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

High-stakes year begins for kids still learning to read

"A high stakes year begins for third graders still learning to read when they must master it or risk school failure 5 of the 19 students and teacher Chelsea grant's Atlanta classroom are reading the low grade level after spending the better part of the 2020 21 school year learning from home I really feel that they are prepared and if we're not there we're gonna get there Evidence from around the country shows remote learning students many of them black and Latino lost about half of an academic year Twice as much as those students who studied in person principal crystal Jones says partnerships are crucial Partner with parents because we can't leave them out of the equation Studies show students who don't read fluently by the end of the third grade are more likely to struggle in the future and even drop out I'm Julie Walker

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Marc Goldwein: Forgiving Student Loans Will Make Inflation Worse

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 3 months ago

Marc Goldwein: Forgiving Student Loans Will Make Inflation Worse

"Even on CNN, even on CNN, an economics professor, a federal budget expert. Somebody named Johns Hopkins, economics professor Mark Goldwyn, was on with CNN's poppy Harlow. Poor poppy seemed flabbergasted to hear an economics professor confirm that forgiving student debt will make inflation worse that's sort of the catch 22 of this all. We can send everybody another round of checks to pay for their inflation costs. But that would actually make inflation worse. What we need to do now is get inflation out of control. One of the easiest ways to do that is to ask people to start paying back the debt they already owe. To start making the principal payments that they already agreed to. And by the way, while not everybody that has students at is rich, disproportionately, student debt is being held by people that have advanced degrees and be good income, and they can bear it a lot more than everyday Americans that are seeing the cost of their gasoline and clothing go up.

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Two Immediate Impacts if Student Loans Are Forgiven

Mark Levin

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Two Immediate Impacts if Student Loans Are Forgiven

"Now this will have two immediate impacts Number one three to 983 hundred to $980 billion University of Pennsylvania says over ten years that's what it's going to cost the taxpayers So it's going to affect inflation again It's another spending bill if you will Spending bill for the wealthy Number two what's going to happen with college tuition It's going to go up It's going to make it less affordable For people who aren't wealthy for blue collar workers and their children Tuition is going to go up It's already through the roof And have you noticed we don't have hearings on this as I said the other day And the reason is these are the indoctrination mills these are the indoctrination mouse For the Democrat party Schumer wants $50,000 in relief AOC and her Elk one all of their debt All of it Paid for by you How many of you have loans on your cars on your homes Loans on major appliances Loans on the second home Loans on your businesses Don't you wonder why it is that you have to continue to pay down the principal and on the interest of your loan but this set of individuals is treated uniquely by the federal government There's a carve out for them How many of you have mortgages Most of you You think this is fair

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Black Couple Accuses Houston’s Restaurant of Racial Profiling

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:59 min | 3 months ago

Black Couple Accuses Houston’s Restaurant of Racial Profiling

"So Houston's has a policy. If you smell, they politely ask you to leave. Yes. And I'm going to read the first paragraph and you can understand their Fox 13 is an attack mode. Humiliated, shocked and denied all emotions a police officer said he felt when he and his family were asked to leave a Memphis restaurant over the weekend because his party allegedly smelled like marijuana. So it turns out the couple one of them's a cop and the other is a high school principal. Which I have questions, but continue. All right, so anyway, the manager said that, hey look, people are complaining. They say you guys smell of marijuana and we need you to leave because if you're in a restaurant and you smell like marijuana, that's disturbing to the other diners, right? Oh yeah. So anyway, the couple is black. And they have immediately made it about race and not odor. And they're accusing Houston's of racism and racial profiling. No, this is not racial profiling. This is nasal profiling. We smell you. This is true. Anything that smells bad, we're going to deal with here. So anyway, the guy says, well, look, the manager comes over and says, look, there's a strong odor of marijuana coming from your party. And the guy says, ma'am, we don't smoke marijuana. You're mistaken. So it turned long story short. I guess it turns out maybe they were mistaken. Oh no. But I don't know. It's hard to kind of read through the story because they are clearly writing with a bias here. But regardless, Houston says, look, we want to make this right, we're going to dinner is on us. And you know, the couple here, if in fact they're not the ones who smelled like marijuana, are right to be like angry and upset. Sure, ruin their date now. But what is the first thing they go to? Racism. Always.

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Alec Baldwin Blames Safety Officer Following Fatal 'Rust' Shooting

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Alec Baldwin Blames Safety Officer Following Fatal 'Rust' Shooting

"Alec Baldwin Alec not the great Adam Alec Can we start this hour over somehow in America On the Chris Cuomo project on YouTube yesterday Cut 16 goes You say you never pulled the trigger but the gun went off You do the ABC interview and it was kind of left there That would not make sense to people If a bullet comes out of a gun they say well then someone fired You're familiar with your hand This did not come from me This came from the DA's office themselves You're familiar with what fanning a gun is If you've heard of that phrase standing a gun but explain if you pull the hammer back and you don't lock the hammer If you pull the hammer back pretty far in old western movies you'd see someone fan the hammer of the gun The hammer didn't lock you pulled it back to an extent where it would fire the bullet without you pulling the trigger without you locking the hammer The man who's the principal safety officer on the set of the film declared that the gun was safe when he handed it to me The person who was the principal safety officer of the film declared in front of the entire assemblage this is a cold gun Now why did he say that If he didn't know if he hadn't checked the point is all of us were told So we're throwing him under the bus Go ahead Working with a gun that's safe to rehearse with But he explained it to me effectively that it's exactly what can happen if you pull a hammer back and let it go If there's a live route there's only one question to ask here Could put a live round in the gun That's it There is no other question to ask

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As fewer kids enroll, big cities face a small schools crisis

AP News Radio

00:59 min | 4 months ago

As fewer kids enroll, big cities face a small schools crisis

"The pandemic has exacerbated a big city shrinking school's crisis A small student body sounds nice but in a big urban building it's more expensive per student during the pandemic many families left big cities or switched to private schools that met in person and analysis by chalkbeat and The Associated Press shows more than one in three Chicago elementary schools had fewer than 300 students last school year in New York it's one in 5 in Boston one and two on Chicago's west side principal romy and Crockett runs trauma school of excellence which lost almost a third of its enrollment during the pandemic When you lose kids you lose resources And when you lose resources that impacts your ability to service kids especially kids who have very high needs Nationally schools with more students of color are more likely to be closed and those in effected communities feel unfairly targeted Officials are facing tough choices Cut school budgets keep shrinking schools open despite the financial strain or close them down when the COVID relief money runs out I'm Jennifer King

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Can Conservatives Staff Governments? Sourabh Sharma Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:05 min | 4 months ago

Can Conservatives Staff Governments? Sourabh Sharma Explains

"So sir rob, how bad is it? Let's start with when it comes to the current status of the conservative movement when it comes to personnel. We can win elections, but can we staff governments? No, I don't think we can. And it's not just a problem with presidencies. It's a problem with congressional staff. Frankly, it's a problem with a lot of the think tanks here in Washington, D.C. as well. Basically, the conservative movement is very good at electing people who are great at running for office. We elect great congressmen. We elect great presidents. We elect, we fund and create great think tanks that have very good missions and fancy names. But we're very, very bad at paying attention to the work that needs to be done behind the scenes. At the sub principal level. This can be everything from the young public policy researchers that decide what work product comes out of a think tank. The legislative aides and correspondents that are deciding how a member of Congress is going to vote. And the presidential appointees that end up determining so much of how successful a president is. And that is a problem that we've had. I would say 40 years since basically the Reagan administration.

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Principal of school where massacre occurred placed on leave

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Principal of school where massacre occurred placed on leave

"There's been an administrative shake up at the Texas school where there was some may massacre I Norman hall the principal of uvalde rob elementary where a gunman killed 19 students in two teachers has been placed on administrative leave That's according to attorney Ricardo sedillo who represents principal mandi Gutierrez she was placed on paid leave Monday by the superintendent of schools A legislative committee blamed principal Gutierrez and an assistant for knowing a lock on the classrooms where the killings happened wasn't working and not having it repaired Meanwhile the school board has approved a three week postponement of the start of the school year I Norman hall

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Liz Cheney braces for primary loss as focus shifts to 2024

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 4 months ago

Liz Cheney braces for primary loss as focus shifts to 2024

"The lead Republican on the House committee investigating the capitol riot Wyoming's Liz Cheney is bracing for a primary loss back home in less than a month Cheney has spent most of her time about 1600 miles from home I will do everything I can to ensure that the former president never again gets anywhere near the Oval Office Cheney's focus on Donald Trump is not going over well in Wyoming K one I voted for Cheney when she ran last time and I won't vote forever again James king is a political science professor at the university of Wyoming One challenger emerged as the principal challenger And that is attorney Harriet hagerman Virginia Torres for one is voting for hagerman She isn't one that is taking things personally in a less mature way There is growing belief by Cheney's team she may be in a stronger position for the 2024 race for president I'm Ed

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"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

03:41 min | 9 months ago

"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

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"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:36 min | 9 months ago

"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"That just wasn't that just kind of makes sense. It does. What do you think that that's what you'd have to do if you had any hope at all of succeeding? Yeah, but I think there were many people that just, you know, I'm a celebrity, I'm famous. I can have whatever I want. I'm a big old brat. And they lose their money or they lose respect or there's a half a dozen divorces that they have to go through. But he evidently said, okay, I've got to make a move behave this way and not let this bother me and that way I keep a long career. I saw I saw a clip the other day I forget where it was. Of his father Kirk Douglas playing spartacus. And it really is ridiculous. He had what they used to call a razor cut haircut as the Gladiator. Blond hair poofed up, cut perfectly around his ears. I can't believe that gladiators actually look like that. You know, that was a difficult job, but because Hollywood was what it was, they said, make him look pretty when he's out there. We got to have him looking pretty in the previews. And nothing's changed. We were just talking because there's a new Jurassic Park movie coming. The first of the Jurassic Park reboots with Blake Howard running around through the jungle being chased by T. Rex's and like white suede heels. Getting a spot of mud. It's just part of the fantasy. I guess so. You know what, what really strikes me about Michael Douglas. And I just saw a post the other day about he and his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones. You know, you remember, they separated for a while, and it looked like they did wasn't going to work out. And they pulled it back together and their kids are all grown up now. You always think about celebrities kids being the same age as they were when you first heard they existed. Their kids are all grown up now. Their children are beautiful. And it was one of those lucky breaks where the daughter, whose name is Keras, I think, looks like Catherine Zeta-Jones, and the son looks like Michael Douglas. You know, in real families where we are movie stars, it often goes the other way. That's true. Even with even with famous celebrities sometimes it goes the other way. I'm not going to make because I don't want to hurt anybody's feelings, but you know, you've seen like the guy is kind of a toad and he married an actress that's just beautiful and they have children and the kids look like him. Rather than like her, that does occur. Well, Michael Douglas got luck and Katherine zeta Jones got lucky because they didn't she didn't she get angry with him for some reason because he was making a reference to sexual liaison that he'd had prior to her or there was something that was kind of no, it's even, it's even more serious than that. He had some sort of throat cancer and he talked about how you can get that from performing certain intimate acts. Which if you're his wife, you're a slap in the face. I know you didn't mean to look like doing that cancer, but that's good. That's why people took it. And then she had an illness, didn't she that she had to overcome in the last few years? Yeah, she has, I forget what her situation is. But yeah, they've had the two of them together have had a lot to overcome separately and as a culture. Yeah. And isn't it kind of awesome, even though they're complete strangers and who even knows, isn't kind of awesome that they did work it out and there's like I agree. I agree. Totally. It's bob and cherry. Now, let's open up the bobbin sherry, archive vault. So I was at Kirby's dance studio. I went in to watch her rehearsing for one of her solos. And I don't usually do that. I usually just drop her off and leave. So I'm sitting there watching her and one of my little favorites who's like four years old comes in and sits down next to me to watch her dance. And we're having a little conversation. And she's telling me that she opened with, I'm not sick with anything. And I was like, you are my kind of kid, right? Just a heads up. Yeah. That's great. And so we're watching. You know, I think that's a good idea. I love this. I'm bob. How are you? I'm not sick with anything. She sat down next to me and she said, do you like my socks? They have a star on them. I'm not sick with anything. That's so funny. I said, that's adorable. I'm not sick with anything either. So we watch your dance and then she kind of wanders off and I figure she's gone off to her class. So before I leave, I'm like, all right, let me hit the bathroom, so I'll go in the bathroom with the studio. And I'm in the stall, and I hear her little voice I didn't realize she was in there. I hear her little voice and she said, hello. Are you carry me as mommy? I said, I'm carrying me as mommy, and she said, good, because I can't get this back on. So, and I have to pee. So leotards, right? Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. So afterward, I'm like, okay, now we have to wash our hands and she said, I can't reach that. So I pick her up, put her on the thing, and I turn on the water, and I said to her, now we have to sing the birthday song because if we sing the birthday song while we wash our hands, that's just enough time for all the germs to be killed. And this kid is so smart, she looks at me and she said, well, that won't work because it's not my birthday. And I said, even if it isn't your birthday, we can still sing this song. Kid, kid, I'm helping you take your pants up and down. I'm holding you up, work with me a little. She goes, is it your birthday? It's not my birthday, either. And she goes, well, then we can't sing. And I said, well, somebody's birthday in the world, and if we sing the happy birthday song while we wash our hands, our hands will be cleaner. So I turn the faucet on with my elbow, and each puts some soap in our hands. And I said, okay, let's sing it together. And she said, I'll sing it, but I think you're crazy. What a hoot. She's four years old. So we stand there and we're singing happy birthday and the whole time she's singing. She's looking at me like I would look at a psychopath in a parking garage. I'm like, okay, let's come on Lennox happy birthday. And this is this little kid she's going, happy birthday. She's rubbing her little hands together. And we rinse them, and I give her some paper towels, and I said, now remember, after you wash your hands, don't touch the faucets or the doorknobs 'cause they're covered in germs. And she wet like this. Like she had entertained the crazy woman for as long as any toddler should have to. Here's the difference between she went off to her class. Here's the difference between men and women. That is a charming. And by the way, you should be saluted for being such a nice person. Oh, I love little kids. I know you do. But that's the difference between men and women. Because if I'm at a little league game and I'm in the men's room and a little four year.

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Bob and Sheri

03:44 min | 9 months ago

"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Okay. Now we come to other oriented perfectionists. Maybe you've never heard that phrase before, but you've been around these people because people that are other oriented perfectionists believe that the people around them should be a certain way, and they become upset and agitated and even angry when other people don't do things. Don't think things don't choose things in exactly the way that you prefer the other. That will lead you to madness, I think. That will lead to loneliness. And loneliness, you just can not change people for the most part. So what are you supposed to do if you are an other oriented perfectionist? And by the way, if you are in other oriented perfectionists, everyone in your life is really, really tired of you. Even if they're not saying that to your face. No, I buy that completely. They're just really tired of you because you're constantly nitpicking and critical and complaining. Other oriented perfectionists should try making a detailed gratitude list and then reading the damn thing every day. Reminding yourself of all of the good things there are about your family and your partner and your coworkers and the world, okay? You need to just remember that other people are not yours to boss around and they're not going to do things the way you want. And then the last kind of perfectionism. And this is going to surprise you because a lot of people have this and we don't think of it as perfectionism. It's social perfectionism. These are people who obsess over what other people think. People that are really afraid of rejection. People that take others opinions and approval. All the way to extremes. In other words, your whole self image and your self esteem comes from what other people think of you. And if you're not getting that approval and that validation, you feel worthless inside, and doesn't this sound like a terrible way. To go through life. So what are you supposed to do? If you're a social perfectionist, you have to, you almost have to talk to yourself. You have to have a little court case where you demonstrate that there is no evidence or proof that other people are judging you this way, that other people think you're not good enough. And you have to pay attention to what people are saying to you versus what you're hearing. So a person who's a social perfectionist could be told by their boss, you did a great job last week. And what you're thinking is I could be fired in any minute. I don't think my boss likes me. They just said that to be nice. So socially oriented perfectionists really, really struggle. And in a world where everything is social media likes and clicks and shares, can you imagine how hard that must be? Terrible. Yeah, that's one of the problems with social media. You know, I think the answer is if you struggling with any of these scenarios, just say, I'm moving to Key West Florida, or I'm moving to northern Florida. I'm just going to chill out. I'm taking myself out of the game. I'm taking myself out of the rat race the property. I'm taking my talents to sloppy joes. Yeah, exactly. Exactly except when you have kids and you're married and got a mortgage, it's hard to it's hard to almost impossible to do that. I will post this up on our Facebook so you can see which kind of perfectionist you are or which one you lean the most toward it's bob and sherry. Bob and cherry won a marry you. These guys are real experts. Are you getting married for the first second, third,.

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"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

06:28 min | 9 months ago

"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Soldiers walk and they'd stick them with the jungle stick them with the end of their gun with a bayonet on it. This guy survived it and I'm saying that my eyes are itchy. You know, I do feel terrible about that. Here's a couple of the posts here. In an art class, my Friends drew a picture of a tornado destroying my house. Eye penciled in a farmer yelling, ma ma, it's a twister, you know, the word you used. The whole table was giggling, the teacher found out, and I had to stay after class for a half an hour to pretend to feel bad about what I had done. This person said, first grade, another kid was getting a timeout and the teacher angrily asked the class. Does anyone else want to join him? And I jokingly said, I will. Right in there right in there. Teachers don't like smart. They just don't. This person said, I stole live frogs from the lab to set them free. Oh, that's kind of cute. In the second grade, I got sent this is a guy named Doran. And the second grade, I got sent to the principal's office because I was too sweaty. I wanted to work with us. Remember? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This was from this was from a guy named Joe. He said, I got sent to the principal's office for talking like a pirate on international talk like a pirate day. He needs a career in radio. Can you just pick that arm, mister Anderson? I believe you sailor's mother was not a happy man. That'll get you down there. This person, his name is pat. Guts suspended for wearing a bad religion T-shirt to the public high school because it was offensive to the Christians in the school. This one is interesting, miss Frazier. I was sent to the principals for putting on a pair of handcuffs that were in my teacher's desk. He left the key at home, and I had to sit in the office, while he went home to get it. I am just curious as to why the teacher had handcuffed handcuffs in his desk. He probably confiscated them for somebody to say from another thing. And so there's some parents somewhere going, I know they were in this top drawer. Myra said, she got sent to the principal's office for getting kicked out of preschool because she was able to read already. That's not really getting sent to the principal's office. For that, come on. The teacher didn't know what to do with her, I guess. Just didn't know what to do with her. Somebody who identifies himself as catastrophe, the witch, I slammed two kids heads together in the 5th grade because they made fun of how poor I was. I hope she became like a punk rock singer. Did you just say 5th grade? 5th grade. Yeah. That's right. This person says, we were making owl puppets in elementary art and the teacher was showing us how to make them step by step. He came over to me, took my owl, walked up to the front of the room and declared mine was bad to the entire class because I gave it lashes and quote, owls don't have lashes. All caps, they do, I'm gonna take him for his knowledge of owls, which is much better than thin mine. And finally, I got yelled at in the front of the class and sent to the teacher in the 7th grade English class for, quote, reading too many Dickens novels and talking slash acting like a comically pretentious Victorian gentleman. Can you not see this happening? I can see it. I can see it. Oh, hello, mister Anderson. How are we today? After about a minute of that to the principal with you. It's bob and sherry. You read it once. I don't believe that. And then you're ready to go. I can't believe this. It's bob and cherries. I don't believe this. And I believe this. If you want to be exhausted all of the time and constantly feeling like you're inadequate, be a perfectionist. Get into the exciting perfectionist lifestyle because I'm here to tell you from experience that you will never be more tired than when you're a perfectionist because of course nothing is ever going to be perfect. But it turns out there is more than one kind of perfectionist. Did you know that, bob, that there are actually three different kinds of perfectionists, let's see which one you are. I already know which one I am. Okay, once again, I'm fourth man out. Anyway, go ahead. Look, a good perfectionist. I already did the homework, so I know which one I am. All right. So the first kind of perfectionist is a self oriented perfectionist. These are the people that are so hard on themselves. They expect the very best from themselves. And the risk there is that you always feel like you never quite achieve. And there's a risk of burnout. People that are self oriented perfectionists feel like even their best isn't enough. You're very productive, but you feel overwhelmed, and instead of celebrating your successes, all you do is pick apart your mistakes and swear that next time you're going to be better. That is, I am that kind of perfectionist. I am a self oriented perfectionist. I am yeah, I agree. I agree. So if you're a self oriented perfectionist, you're supposed to practice self compassion. Like, say things like, I don't like that I missed my workout today, but I generally lead a healthy life, so missing a workout here and there is okay. That's what you're supposed to say to yourself, but if you're a self worry on a perfectionist, it sounds more like this. You lazy hog. You deserve to die..

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"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

05:44 min | 9 months ago

"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Hole, and then the blood in your head is going to come out. Yeah. Well, the Doctor Who treated her, his name is doctor Haider Khan, and in the understatement of the week, I believe, doctor Khan said she was an immense pain. Yes. Because she was, she had a nail hammered into her head and was trying to pull it out with pliers. By a man who is called doctor Khan. Doctor Khan, so and so the sorcerers on the loose because this kind of thing is not legal and it's frowned upon that the woman with the nail in her head said that she already has three daughters and she's pregnant with another girl and she, you know, her husband wants a son. And so they really need to have a son. I got to tell you, I have, I have had some husbands. And they have wanted some things, but not one of them has ever won at anything, to the degree where I said to myself, baby, let me go pound a nail into my own head to get that for you. That is just never going to happen. Are you sure if you were looking at your fourth that might be an option? To pound a nail in my fourth husband? Into your own head. Are you kidding me? If I were if I were looking for a fourth husband, I want somebody to come over here with one of those pneumatic nail guns like they build houses with. And I want you to nail my doors shut to my house so that I can't get out to go get one. No, I wasn't talking about I was talking about that was going to be her fourth kid, you know? Yeah, that's her fourth, yep. Her fourth. And she would like to have, because in that culture, like in so many cultures in the world, you know, they prize male children over female children. Refraining from comment there. What's the deal with a sorcerer? I mean, what is this fantasia? Like a faith, like a witch doctor, faith healer kind of person. The police there are calling him a sorcerer, so that's why I use the word sorcerer. So the amazing, there's so many amazing things in this story, but your brain takes up a good bit of the real estate inside your head, and to be able to bang a nail into someone's head and miss their brains. And miss. Yeah, that was a miracle. It was a miracle. Would you like to see the x-rays? I know you would. I'll post them on our Facebook. God, pulling a nail. Carpet. Did you tell? No, it's a pretty, I don't know my construction terms, but it's a big nail. It's not like so you could nail the two by four. You can nail it two by four with it. It's epic. Easily. Yeah. Oh, this isn't something you hang a picture with or a thumbnail bulletin board. This is hardcore. This is real stuff. There's nothing in the world that I want enough to get a nail in your head. Yeah. How about you? You think of anything? Yeah, the Marconi, I think that that's what it comes down to. It's the only way I'm going to get one with you is I have to put a nail in my head. And it'll be it'll be driven. It'll be driven by a consultant. Here's what I promise you. I could hold you down right now and bang a nail into your head. And they're still going to give that thing to Dan bongino. I feel you're not getting it. You know, you're right. You're right. I promise you that. So yeah, there you go. There's a little cheerful thought for you now if you're a perfectionist, don't go anywhere because did you know that there's more than one kind of perfectionist? Now a real perfectionist knew that. Let's see what kind you are. It's coming up as bob and sherry. Oh, well, this is odd. I decidedly odd. It's the bob and sherry off air podcast called the odd cast, with stuff we wouldn't couldn't or shouldn't do on the regular show. On the current podcast, could you survive in a small room with lights on 24/7 for 36 years, the story of a man who did. I listened to you on the way to work in the odd cast on the way home from work every day. I want you sweet. Thank you. The off air bob and cherry podcast called the odd cast download it now at bob and sherry dot com with the free Bobb and cherry app or wherever you get your podcasts. Instant access to the podcast podcast and fun side. Just download the free bob and sherry app. I was reading this thing about what people were sent to the principal's office for when they were kids. Were you ever sent to the principal's office for anything? Yes. I was many times. What was it? What was it? Well, the worst one was when on my 9th grade, on a 9th grade field trip, a teacher kept yelling at us for not walking fast enough to the bus or whatever. And I may or may not have said something that I thought was under my breath. But as my husband will tell you, I don't know how to whisper. So it turns out I'm under my breath at all. I always send a couple of times. I got in a fight in actual fistfight with one kid and don't worry, you know, I wasn't hurt, and he sure wasn't fight. It wasn't hurt. And I thought it was really unfair because he started it. And I said, I was just defending myself, but we both got, we both were thrown out of school for a couple of days. It was just like, nope, no fighting whatsoever you both get it. And then one time I was sent down, I went to the nurse, and I was complaining about my allergies. But I had terrible, and I needed to go home that day. And she sent me to the vice principal. Who said this is a bunch of baloney? Just get back in there and stop it. And I was so ticked off at that guy, and then I found out years later that the vice principal was a survivor of the bataan death March, where the Japanese..

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"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

08:22 min | 9 months ago

"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Here. Yes, to marry me. Or you want to renew your vows. I do. I do. Who's performing your ceremony? I now pronounce you, husband and wife. How about bob and sharing? You know, it's funny about those two either needle each other every minute. Plus, we'll send you to the perfect spot for your ceremony and honeymoon in the quiet Daytona Beach shores. Store your love story on the oceanfront at the shores resort and spa where they attitude is upscale not uptight. Just tell us why you want Bobby sherry to perform your wedding ceremony at bob and cherry dot com and we'll pick a lucky couple trip includes flight and 5 nights lodging. Escape the everyday, say yes to each other and to something new in Florida. Come on, Andrew now, a bob and cherry dot com. Bob and sherry are gonna marry you in Florida. From visit Florida and bob and sherry. Use the talk back feature back feature on the free bob and sherry app and leave us a message. I found a really interesting post. People got together and posted about their lives before and after an event. A major event that somehow said this part of my life is over and this part of my life has begun because of this event. Would you like to hear some of them? And think about think about your own as a matter of fact. Think about your own. And if you would like to join us on the show, call 8 three three four two four four bob or get the bob and sherry app wherever you get your apps and click on the microphone and just send it to us. I've got my own here too. Let me read the ones that I've found. Some of them are really heartbreaking. I may not get into that. The first one is scary. Change this guy's life. Literally getting run over by a car. I would think that moment would change you a little bit. Don't you think? Yeah. Well, my God, yes. Even if you've recovered from your injuries, are you ever going to be really fully right again? Right after that? The next one, buying a weighted blanket. I guess that could be life-changing if it really works for you, right? This one is more serious. Can I tell you this one way it's like changing when your daughter gets a weighted blanket and doesn't pay any attention to the care instructions, puts it in the washing machine. That changes your life and the watching life. Did that mess me how let's don't really ask me how I'm doing. All right, all right. All right. This one is serious. I remember a time before anxiety. The crippling kind that literally overwhelms both the brain and the body, and the moment in my mid 20s, when I had a massive panic attack, unlike anything I'd ever dealt with, you can not un close some boxes once they're opened. It sucks, but at least I've learned to manage it much better than in those early days. I had a mini panic attack once. And it was at work. And sherry lynch was there and helped me get through it. And I will always be very appreciative of that. This person said, a hurricane destroyed my house right before the 8th grade. I moved an hour north and that's how I mentally separate childhood and young adulthood. It's interesting. I totally get that. I totally totally get that. The day that my parents went into bankruptcy court. And they didn't really take me aside, but I overheard them. I overheard my mother saying, should I take off my wedding ring? Are they going to take that? That changed my carefree way of looking at life as a kid to something completely different. And it is affected me all my life. Has stayed with you and shaped almost every decision you've made since. The other thing, the other thing was getting married in my late teenage years. And leaving my parents house and a house that I was living with some friends because I left home at 16 and a half. And all of a sudden, showing up at 7 a.m. every day out of plastics factory until I could get into college and eventually found radio. That moment changed me completely when I drove north. Next one. This is interesting. Before drug addiction, after drug addiction, I bet. Next person, COVID. I'm still in the during stage of that right now. This person says, this is inspirational. Getting diagnosed with cancer and being given a 25% chance of survival. It looks like I'll be a survivor on physically beat up a mentally so much stronger, also more compassionate, hugs are a little tighter now. So I guess that person is doing good. These are things people say change their lives. My mom leaving after cheating on my dad. I bet. Yeah. I bet. To see her go out the door. Let's see, what's the next one? Oh, this one. My wife leaving me. That's all the guy posted. Next guy, meeting my wife, isn't that interesting? That that guy, his life, and it sounds like just those three words, his life changed for the better. Meeting the right person. Well, you hope. Okay. You hope it was for the better. You always think it is in the beginning. That's for sure. Yeah, I think just the way it's posted though, I think it's for the better. I hope so. I'm rooting for you. Before my hamstring tear and after it. It never quite healed right and nobody could fix it. I was an athlete nearing the top of the world. And then I wasn't anymore, and I struggled for years longer trying to get back. I bet that has happened to so many guys that were stars in high school, something happens, and their life goes into different direction. Getting sober is another one. This person said coming out of the closet for sure. And finally, prison. If prison doesn't change you, at least a little bit, I'm not sure what we can throw at you. This person said, I guess I didn't change as a person, but my behaviors did. I wouldn't hurt a fly now. I do volunteer work, and I don't even jaywalk. I live a relatively simple and frugal life now, a far cry from the high life associated with the drug trade. Oh, I think he did change. Were those interesting? These are just moments that never, ever leave you. Lamar, with a look at dog as he reviews this brand new film straight ahead with bob and sherry. The bob and sherry website. The oddcast, contest info. Bob and sherry dot com. It wouldn't be Friday without the people's movie critic and hold on to something because he is reviewing Channing Tatum and dog. Hey Lamar. Hey, this movie, this was a no brainer for me, 'cause I love dogs, especially military combat dogs. I'm always intrigued by that. And it's impossible not to like Channing Tatum. I mean, he is just a likeable guy. And Tam has not, he has not starred in a movie since 21 jump street. I spent a few years ago, so it's really good to see him up on the screen, and this is a movie that he directed. Now, in the opening photo Montage, we're introduced to Lulu, a Belgian malinois, an army dog that has been through this traumatic experience with her handler. And Lulu is no longer fit for duty due to, I guess, PTSD is what you'd have to say, but it's for the dog, but same situation. And no one can be around her. She has to be muzzled most of the time because she's just nuts. And so Tatum plays army ranger, Jackson Briggs, who suffered a severe concussion and brain injury on his own in the military. And he knew the guy,.

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"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:47 min | 9 months ago

"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"I never would have guessed that that would have been a career. Even 20 years ago, maybe even ten years ago, that that is a job. And there are how many states now with legalized marijuana like 16, 17, something like that. And you've got to talk to somebody when you go into the one and they're calling them bud tenders and it's a full time job for people all over the country. I knew that that would be a career. A couple of years ago, I was in the Denver airport waiting for a flight. And got to chatting with the woman that was seated next to me in the gate area. And she works as a bud tender. And she was older. She had to be in her 60s and so I said to her, how did you get into that career? And she said, well, my husband died unexpectedly. And I moved to Colorado because that's where my son lives because I thought I would just go ahead and be closer to my son and his family. And I needed to find something to do and I wanted a big change. So apparently she took some class and now she works as a bud tender and she loves it. She's like the place where she works. I can't remember the city in Colorado where her dispensary is, but the place where she works is kind of known for being more medicinal than recreational, I guess, is the best way to say it. And she loves helping people. People come in and they're like, you know, I have a headache or I suffer from PMS or I don't sleep well, whatever it is. And then she sort of helps them find the best products for that thing. And she said she, in a million years, never dreamed that that would be her career, but that she loves it and she loves the people and it pays great and she's super happy. And I have thought about that woman a lot since that conversation because you're right. That was a career that did not exist. All that long ago. Are you a little uncomfortable with somebody showing up saying, I have a headache, which is a medical condition. You know, it's not just one headache. They probably have headaches all the time. And there's somebody with no medical training at all that just kind of knows about pot. Kind of knows about weed and they say, well, this is the type that you should have. I guess I'm no more uncomfortable with that than I am with the fact that the Sackler pharmaceutical company pushed Oxy on people that were recovering from an appendectomy. So no, bob, I guess a really not all that uncomfortable with it would just be an honest. Because she is trained and these people, it's legal where she lives. It's not like she's dealing out of her mom's basement, okay? A lot of these people have medical cards and they know that they kind of know what they're there for. So no, I'm not uncomfortable. Yeah, if she's trained if she's trained with weed that way to help out people, I guess so. I was raised by people. I was raised by people that if you had an ailment, the cure usually involved either somebody's first yearn of the morning or burying a potato in the yard under a full moon. So when that's where you come from, you're kind of home more open to the alternative remedies. Straight ahead, comedian Gabriel Rutledge, it's bob and cherry. Do you like fun? If yes, then visit bob and cherry dot com. Our new improved and easier to navigate website, featuring our guest bloggers. Hi, I'm Carrie green. Join me every Wednesday for mom outnumbered as I brave the minefield of raising a family while maintaining a sense of humor and I attempt to make it through at least mostly unscathed. Oh, it's great. It's this website that's got like everything. Bob and sherry dot com. Hi. This is Allison stellar. Join me every Monday in the zenden as I navigate the peaks and valleys of this crazy journey called life. It appears that the website has become alive. Hey, it's the people's movie critic. Check out my reviews at bob and sherry dot com. Their website is so easy. Bob and sherry dot com. And all the bob and sherry podcast, including the oddcast and fun size. I probably have to go shopping now. And you can't just hit shop for the bobbin sherry store for cooking with cats, the mother of all mothers merchandise, and the other bob and sherry stuff. Website the website. It's new and improved. The bob and sherry website bob and sherry dot com. Hey bob and sherry. Hey, bob and sherry. Hi, bob and sherry. You may not know that we have an app although I feel like we constantly screaming at you all the time. If you go to Google Play or the Apple App Store, the bobbin sherry app is absolutely free, and it does all sorts of cool stuff you can listen to our podcast and our podcast that way. You can't talk back to the show. You can text to win all sorts of neat stuff. It's just a cool thing and it's absolutely free. It's the bob and sherry app in the App Store and free on Google Play. Thank you so much for listening to the podcast. Bob and cherry sponsored by Bank of America customized cash rewards credit card. You can earn 3% cash back on online shopping, making the essentials even more rewarding. Here's bob and sherry. It is time now for everyone needs a laugh. Here is comedian Gabriel Rutledge. I started growing my hair long when I turned 40. That was my very mild mid life crisis. That's all I have the energy and money to do. That's all the rebellion I have left. Just screw you super cuts. I'm off the grid. Yeah. You got to do the hair flip to let the man know you mean business. That's like the exclamation point at the end of a long haired sentence. That's how you know we're done talking. Like, yeah, so. It's never a smart sentence. It's never like, so that's when I got my masters. That's never happened. It's more like, so anyway, that's the day I learned. You can get a DUI on a bicycle. So wise. I have long hair. I'm still a little prejudice against guys with long hair. I think it depends on the occupation, okay? Long haired comedian. Fine. Long haired cardiologist. I've got a couple questions. If they're like, I just completed the procedure, and I think your dad's going to be fine. Is he? I have to play a game with strangers ever since my hair got long. I hate it. It's never my idea. The game is called, do you know who you look like? Yeah. And it's never Thor, not once, has it been Thor. Even when I'm holding the hammer, Thor has never been mentioned. Guess what I have gotten? Chubby Jesus. That's hurtful. I get it, but it's hurtful. Really? Guy standing next to me in line at a coffee shop. You just wanted to tell a stranger. He looked like chubby Jesus, you're a bad person. And guess what? I will not forgive you. Yeah, you're gonna have to talk to skinny Jesus about forgiveness. Skinny Jesus walks on water. Chubby Jesus likes to keep his shirt on on the hot tub. It's less forgiving. I bet Jesus never got called a fat foo fighter..

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"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:08 min | 9 months ago

"principal" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Yes, to marry me. Or you want to renew your vows. I do. I do. Who's performing your ceremony? I now pronounce you, husband and wife. How about bob and sharing? You know, it's funny about those two either needle each other every minute. Plus, we'll send you to the perfect spot for your ceremony and honeymoon in the quiet Daytona Beach shores. Store your love story on the oceanfront at the shores resort and spa where they attitude is upscale not uptight. Just tell us why you want Bobby sherry to perform your wedding ceremony if bob and cherry dot com and we'll pick a lucky couple trip includes flight and 5 nights lodging. Escape the everyday say yes to each other and to something new in Florida. Come on, enter now. Bob and cherry dot com. Bob and sherry are gonna marry you in Florida. From visit Florida and bobbin sherry. Leave us a talk. Talk back with the free bob and cherry app. We are so excited to be able to send you to Florida for your dream wedding. Maybe it's your first wedding. Isn't that beautiful? Maybe it's your, you know, like 11th wedding. Whatever. Maybe you're just renewing your vows as long as that person is an actual human being and not some sort of a vegetable tossed salad. Cheeseburger, inflatable toy. Then you qualify. And not only will you win your wedding, we're gonna fly you there, you and your partner can fly you there. Gonna put you up at the Daytona shores resort and spa, we're gonna marry you right on the beach. I'll be your fishy because I'm a licensed marriage minister. Max will be your best man. Doc will not be your maid of honor, his dress wearing days are behind him, but speaking of dresses, you could say yes to bob Lacey's wedding dress, the one he found in the attic of his new house. It is gorgeous. It brings very Princess Diana vibes. I think you're going to like it. How do you win? Go to BOB, AND, SH, ERI dot com, and just tell us why you need a dream Florida wedding. It's that easy. Once again, that's BOB, AND, SH, ERI dot com. So I was walking through the living room and Mary was looking at her TikTok, something online, and she said, oh my God, Britney Spears. You know, I haven't followed her career because I'm a grown ass man, you know? But I appreciate it when she was first out. Okay, she was working the little kitten thing and became a big star and then had all those breakdowns and all those problems. I haven't really kept up with it. The whole free Britney Spears movement didn't seem like something that I was going to be involved with as it went on. I did feel sorry for her very, very much because seemingly, she was not being taken care of the way she should have been. But I got to tell you, when Mary showed me the pictures of Brittany posing naked on the beach, wherever it was, my jaw dropped. And it did for this reason. I mean, she's completely naked, except they put those really cheesy stars on her nipples because for whatever reason, America can still not handle that sort of thing. And it made it look even sleazier to be honest with you. You made it look even sleazier than if she were just totally naked. She didn't have anything on. I don't know where they did the shoot. But anyway, Mary, I said, this is really, you know, she's a star. She hasn't performed much in a long time, but she is a star. Everybody knows who she is. And Mary said, you know, the thing is, she's got two boys. And I went, oh God, I forgot about that. And we discussed it a little bit more. And I said, so what's the answer here? And she said, I'm not sure what the answer is, but what we're looking at here is someone who is frozen at the age of 18. And that is right around the time that she started losing control. She never had a cell phone, or she didn't drive a car. She didn't have control of her money, for years and years, she's kind of frozen as a very young adult. Right around the portion of life, we all don't go through it, but some of us do. Where you start doing crazy things just because you're wild and you're out of the house. And you know, you may be drinking too much at a sorority party, or you go topless in a pool or whatever. She never went through those things. And now she's free. And it's like, okay, in her head, she's very, very young. She's not a 30, a late 30s mom. She's somebody else, and she's acting out. What do you think? I think that that's, I think that's very true. And I think there's another layer to this that as a culture we don't want to look at. And that is how we pick and choose what content we consume. Like when Britney's body was being sold as part of the whole music celebrity package, people were happy to consume it. Britney posts the picture herself and people clutch their pearls and talk about what a shameful thing it is that she's doing that and what's wrong with her. Where's her judgment? It's just interesting because in one scenario, Britney has no power. She's the object that's being exploited. In the other scenario, Brittany herself is making these choices and decisions. And in one, people are like, hell yeah, hit me baby one more time. And in the other, people are like shame on you. So it just shows we have a very we have a really complicated and schizoid relationship with human sexuality and female power in this culture. And Brittany happens to be right in the dead eye of that storm. And I think it's all true that she's coming from a really wounded teenager place because she's been in this really difficult situation. And on the other hand, it was all well and good. To objectify her and make her into a sex object. When she wasn't the person in control. Well, I never went to see her in Vegas. I didn't. The only reason I bring this up is that she does have two boys and I think this is the sort of thing that will be troubled for them. And the other stuff, the other stuff won't be trouble for them, the ways that the labels. Everybody made all that money off of her. That's not trouble. No. I'm not arguing with you there. I'm just saying, you know, it seems like rather than make a new album rather than get on a sitcom or whatever. She's resorting to this, which is a throwback to what they put her through when she was very young..

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"principal" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

"Were a little bit further down the road. All of our kids are teens. And young adults like flexibilities kind of the name of the game because not only is the adoption process completely unpredictable. So as parenting yeah. Yeah our son's two and a half. He was born on christmas day. Actually got a call like five in the morning saying. Hey you gotta jump on a plane here. We go so yeah so two and a half and he's full of energy in superfund he. He keeps us on our toll. So it's it's great. Yeah well when you reach out to me on instagram. One of the other things that struck me is that you are also a middle school principal. Of course immediately. All of my questions flew to lake. I would love to pick the brain of middle school principal. Who also is an adoptive father who can have understands what maybe adoption inform. Looks like and and who has all this experience with kids. And so before i start to pick your brain about all those things. Why why in the world. it'd be a wide middle school. What do you love about middle school students. It's so funny you ask So actually started out elementary school. That i was elementary school teacher..

"principal" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on The Adoption Connection | a podcast by and for adoptive moms

"Were a little bit further down the road. All of our kids are teens and young adults like flexibilities kind of the name of the game because not only is the adoption process completely unpredictable. So as parenting Yeah yeah our son's two and a half he was born on christmas day actually got a call like five in the morning saying. Hey you gotta jump on a plane here. We go so yeah so two and a half and he's full of energy in superfund he. He keeps us on our toll. So it's it's great. Yeah well when you reach out to me on instagram. One of the other things that struck me is that you are also a middle school principal. Of course immediately. All of my questions flew to lake. I would love to pick the brain of middle school principal. Who also is an adoptive father who can have understands what maybe adoption inform. Looks like and and who has all this experience with kids. And so before i start to pick your brain about all those things. Why why in the world. it'd be a wide middle school. What do you love about middle school students. Well it's so funny you ask So actually started out elementary school..

"principal" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Benfits. That's a fact credit card purchases. Give me cash back fat. No one else gets these rewards. What intern nation sir comforts powercuts. Rewards card isn't just for military members. Anyone can get cash back on all purchases. You've ruined my favorite song. Pen fed credit union. Visit penn fed dot org slash power cash to receive any advertise product. You must become a member of pen. Fed insured by ncua twenty. Nineteen my friend. Alex died by suicide. He said goodbye emails to his left ones. And when i opened mine i was so horrified. Barely noticed a link heating coded near the end. Oh alex had written. Here's alice recordings later. I went back to the link. Where alex britney spears superfan had shared clips of conversations with someone he'd befriended online someone calling herself alice. Someone who happens to sound a lot like britney herself. Who was this. Alice really and could she help me understand. Why my friend. Wiscon- chris stedman coast of unread show about looking for answers in the digital bread crumbs. People leave behind where the trail. Alex left. Lead me. Join me as i go down the rabbit hole on unread available now on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows..

"principal" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

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"principal" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on Horizon Talk Radio's podcast

"Confident with online delivery also fiscal ages had to plan how learnings going to be delivered in schools often without any previous experiences themselves of online teaching and very little guidance in how to effectively structure one-line provision idea bill for school leaders and for in this transition. I think has been a challenge. It certainly has and research does suggest that virtual learning increases retention rates by a factor of twenty five percent to sixty percent. What are the benefits. Do you feel for online learning for the pupils. yeah. I think a whole host of benefits of online learning. When it's done. Well the main ones i would suggest are the flexibility the ability for better individualization of learning and the skills that students develop the independent learning skills. A good online program involves students working through self access material at their own pace at a time. That suits them as they were getting instant feedback on their onces and then having the chance to explore that understanding of that material coming together with other classmates and their teacher ideally in a life lesson and the thing about it is that in that live lesson. The teacher can use the progress data from the students. Self learning to identify the areas that the students need to focus on so lessons can become really targeted. Students go through the process of learning without the distractions of a physical classroom. And they're gonna more individualized learning pathway. They committee focus on the areas that they need to in order to improve. I can see the rationale behind the data retention of on harrow. Schoolhouse is ahead of the curve. And tell me about tarot school online and when it was established and why yes never fully online form. Setup prior to the pandemic catering for academic reminded pupils who want a high quality level education in opening an online school. We wanted to broaden access to an excellent uk education cater for boys and girls nationally and internationally and we haven't envisaged pandemic. we thought we would be hatred. Justice students who wanted the flexibility of online education. We're not responsible. We didn't plan this thinking that we would find students who didn't live near a top school students who've had removing caught way through the sixth form years and they want continuity in education continue deflects ability in national because that the athlete's performance and then also just those kids who find the online schooling actually soup similar to better because they find it. Easier to focus without distractions in a physical classroom. They learn a little differently at a different pace than other students. And we wanted to be at the forefront of that innovation in education because doing so it allows us to set the standard in the direction and ultimately to change education for the better. Of course it does help the students who would like to work in america. I'm pursue a career that only the website itself. It's really interesting. Won't thing i found. Was the flexibility works. Both ways both students and also the teacher to be flexible in that learning. And also what. I do like it. Encourages oil students to have extracurricular activities like investment society. Debate closed chess clubs. So that's really good..

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"principal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"principal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Go away. We've got one week left to get it done. And our toll free number is 8889795995. When you hear the recording press number to leave us your voicemail. Leave us a message with your name and phone number and we will get you the information as quickly as possible so that you can get it done within the week, and that's important. We need to get that done. So that people have an opportunity to take advantage of it before it goes away. I thought it would be gone right after Christmas, You know, maybe January, 1st and I mean, I was closed. You know, I missed. I missed my prediction by a month. But, um So no surprise. It wasn't gonna last forever. 2.4% guaranteed for three years was a really good deal, especially when people are looking at 0.1 point to in the money markets and the savings accounts or they're looking at, you know. 0.5 for Ah, five years CD. Well, ah 123 Years CD, You know, maybe 1% for a five year CD, You know, race are terrible. They're absolutely horrible. So we've still got some wiggle room here to get some things done. 2.4% guaranteed for three years has got one week left on it. So give us a call. Our toll free number is 8889795995. Again. That number's 8889795995 press number two When you hear the recording, leave us your name and number I promised to call quickly. And get you the information as quickly as possible. All right, So we got another break. We'll pick this up shortly. You are listening to wealth without risk on talk radio 6 80 wcbm. The principal retirement group specializes in the safe and secure retirement. Let me ask you for questions. Number one. Do you think taxes will be higher in the future? Number two. Do you think benefits will be lower in the future? Number three. Do you think health care will be more expensive in the future and number four? Do you have a plan to deal with these challenges? We do? Call the principal retirement group at 889795995. That's 888979599. I've ready to make 2021 the year you meet people who love to do the same.

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"principal" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

Supporting Leaders

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"principal" Discussed on Supporting Leaders

"So how. how old are the kids. Did you have kids when you went into leadership and then you know. What was that what you know. That's a whole different thing. I think to balance as a woman in leadership I interviewed my dad in the podcasts. That went out last weekend. He talked about how you know when as he is a supervisor of female staff how you know there's just an added layer because sometimes as women that we bring in that guilt of. Am i doing a good enough job as an employee. Am i doing a good enough job as a mom and so you what. What's it like to be a a woman in a leadership position and be a alive to somebody who's busy and to Have three children hands down. That is single single handedly. That is the most difficult struggle. That i have I have a unique situation. i don't know of many other people that this happened to. Maybe it's happened to a lot but I interviewed for The principal job When i was eight weeks pregnant And so. I knew that i was pregnant. Nobody else knew that. I was pregnant at that time so i started my first year as an elementary principal in august and had a baby in october nam and had little ones at home. That was my third. My third baby. my third little girl so i had to a little ones at home a five year old and a three year old at the time and then started this job in august and had a baby october and so it was very very challenging that first year i think i don't even. I don't know how i did it. honestly I look back. And i just you just do it and you do it because you think you're superwoman. And you think you have to and at a time. I remember thinking i had to prove myself. the laws of that. You know that's happened throughout the years And that mom guilt is a real thing..

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"principal" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

Behind The Numbers

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"principal" Discussed on Behind The Numbers

"You're gonna listen and you're going to help guide them as to what's best for them from a personal standpoint We have different career paths here. Cla some are. i wanna be a principal. I wanna go out. And i wanna hit new market growth. I want to go for it. We also have a path where i just want to serve clients. I love just doing engagement work and getting to know my clients and bringing them value will part of that. Coaching strat them is to really get to know the person you're coaching and help guide them. Where do you want to go in the firm. Some people have no interesting of principle. They don't want they don't want to do that. And that's okay but that's part of that. Coaching right is really getting to know their heart. And then as a person and guiding them that's gonna make them the most fulfilling career that they ever envisioned. Also part of being a good coach is making sure they know. Maybe this is not a fit for them right. If you're truly a good coach you're not just going to keep pushing someone along a profession that you know that they will belong in or that is not good for them. A good coach is going to say. Look i think maybe it's best. If this is the route you take and so. I'm a big believer in that. And you know what that does it builds trust and again at builds that retention and attraction piece from a workforce standpoint. Yes so for the audience when they think about coaching programs were formalizing. Some kind of coaching conversations probably important to point out that not every leader. Every manager is necessarily cut out to be a coach. right right. that's right and that's that is very difficult Because everyone wants to be a coach. Everyone wants to help the workforce but there are just certain people. That just aren't as good at it. They may be. Don't know enough about the firm or about the office or about the industries to be a coach..

"principal" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"principal" Discussed on KOMO

"Principal took a hit about pina coladas and used it to reach out to his kids feeling a bit claustrophobic. It's been going too long. Leg. Weeks of detention, trying hard to stay strong. He's cleverly renamed it the song. I want to escape kids and teachers. They need me. I can't get him out of my head. Into the video conference. There's no choice can abstain. No, we can meet in person. This is so inhumane, you're pretty certain most of his kid's got a smile from principal breath and I'm positive he'll become one of Eric Johnson's heroes with the lyric least like a TV A gir I don't have to wear pants use it could make you smile and laugh and it can also touch your heart. Esteban Madonna of the Tri Cities wrote this one for his mom was in the hospital with covert 19. Damn Mama me suit. I heard that you're sick. I tried to come see you, but they won't let me in. Hospital staff showed the Facebook video to his mom and my bet Every one of them called their moms after work. We know that you're tired, you fun up fine. But Mama keep fighting. We're right by your.

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