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"professor tiffany" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

10:40 min | 11 months ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"I'm Rose Scott. It had been some time since a new federal holiday was established. The last Martin Luther King Jr. Day signed into law back in 1983 by then President Ronald Reagan. This week history again as President Joe Biden signed a bill to establish Juneteenth as a federal holiday. If you're not sure of the details regarding June 19th 18 65 Juneteenth Historian in Georgia State assistant professor Tiffany player who also specializes in African American history, U. S history and women's history. Well, she's going to explain it all to you, Professor player. Thank you for taking the time. This is your NPR debut. Thank you so much. It's a pleasure to be with you today. Let's begin here because I do think it's fitting to begin by recognizing the tenacity of one woman who was in attendance as President Biden signed the bill making June two. Making Juneteenth the federal law and that woman is 94 year old. Hopefully which I know you're familiar with. What do you want to say about her? As we get started? I mean, I think you know her presence. Her efforts to kind of get this to become, you know, kind of federally recognized is just the epitome of the significance of June 19 as an important moment in American history. I mean, and I think it really the fact that We see this living breathing woman who is an elder in her community and the work that she's done over the decades to kind of try to make this a reality, and it is wonderful that she was able to be a part of that signing this week. Professor player if you can come a little closer, I don't know. Are you gonna you know, laptop or desktop? Okay, volumes up. Okay. I've got a full volume. Okay, There we go. That's better in 321. And so let me ask you this Professor, Did you ever hold in your mind possibility of Juneteenth becoming a federal holiday? Honestly, um, no, not a federal holiday. I mean, in part because of just the politics involved and be significant struggle in debate that ensued over Commemorating Martin Luther King Jr. As you know, a national hero and, um Honoring him with the federal holiday, So I did not think that this would happened. Um, but, you know, I think the fact that Juneteenth is bigger than kind of this commemoration as a federal holiday has always been, um Basis for community activism. Um, and for family, you know, kind of traditions. And so I think in that way, it's great that this happening this week and that we are around to kind of witness that, But I also think the spirit of unity. Um has a much longer history than a federal Holiday, and that's kind of what I really want to kind of touch on a bit today, and we'll talk about that because I want to get your thoughts on this. What is most often repeated as a fact. Regarding June team, but it really isn't accurate. I mean, I think for a lot of people, um in the United States who kind of want to distill history into really discreet factoids they want kind of when was the end of slavery still point The Emancipation Proclamation, which actually didn't in slavery? Um No point to, um Juneteenth, for example, as the date in which slavery end ended, and that wasn't the case. The 13th amendment actually ratified in December. 18 65 provided the legal, you know, kind of basis for abolishing the institution of slavery. Except, um With regards to the commission of a crime. And so you know, I think that's The fact that is usually like repeated often times like this is when slavery ended or that Enslaved, You know, enslaved people in Texas, um, actually weren't aware of the developments of the Civil war or that Major General Granger when he arrived in Galveston, Texas, Um on June 19th 18 65 that he was kind of announcing something that people were ignorant of, and I think that that does a disservice to the memory of people who were living during that time. They were absolutely aware of what was going on. But they were held by people who wanted to perpetuate the institution of slavery. And I think we should note and you can touch on this too. Because you are. The historian won't talk about that day, June 19th 18 65. But in the significance of that moment of General Granger On that day in Texas. What happened after that? What was the movement after that? Sure, I mean, when Major General Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas, I mean, he did so with nearly 1800 Union soldiers, some of whom were African American men. So imagine this, um Kind of contingent of union military might really able to kind of subdue the last vestiges of the Confederate Trans Mississippi. Um, army, right? I mean, this is Texas is the westernmost Confederate state. Um, fighting continued after General Lee had surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse in April. 18 65, And so you know, Granger. With the Emancipation Proclamation is that it required or relied on the advance of union troops. And so with the fact that the emancipation Proclamation um kind of proclaimed that that enslaved people who were in the states that were in rebellion against the United States, um were now free. It could only be enforced if union forces were able to kind of make that happen. And That's what happened on that in June, 19th 18 65 and so having enslaved people, you know, kind of hear this proclamation that the people of Texas, um, are informed that all slaves are free was a powerful message that Granger was delivering alongside African American men who had risked their physical safety to, um kind of, um Usher in the end of the institution of slavery. And professor player for folks who may not know at this time had Texas you mentioned in rebellion of the rest of the nation. But heck was Texas the only state that had still had enslave black folks at this time? No. So the Emancipation Proclamation is really interesting, You know, kind of document, and it's a very political document, and it was a document that was crafted for military expedience. And so you have you have border states like Maryland like Delaware, like Kentucky Lake Missouri, who have enslaved people who were allowed to keep enslaved people because they remained in the union. I mean, the Emancipation Proclamation was directed towards Confederate states. It made it difficult for the union forces to, um, kind of Exert military influence over Confederate occupied territories. So as union forces are gaining more victories, they are able to kind of go in to these Confederate occupied territories and liberate enslaved people. And so, Texas ends up being one of the last places in which enslaved people are kind of notified that they now have the protection of the U. S military. Um And that the institution of slavery, Um it's on its way out. If you're just joining the program, this is closer look, and I'm Rose. Scott, and the conversation at the moment is about Juneteenth. Now, if federal holiday my guess is my guest is historian, an assistant professor of history at Georgia State University. Tiffany player professor player You just said moments ago. Let's clear this up. Slavery did not end on Juneteenth. You made that very clear. Take that further for our listeners. Right? It is the 13th amendment that's ratified in December. 18 65 that ushers in the legal, You know, kind of end to the institution of slavery, But Juneteenth becomes or June 19th becomes the symbolic end. For the institution of slavery, Um, in part because of the proclamation that's issued by General Granger. And, you know, having the presence of African Americans kind of hearing this, um, is something that you know Juneteenth became Holiday that was celebrated primarily in Texas or originated in Texas and then spread to other African American communities. But it's more symbolic than um, kind of legal in its, UM, foundation. So let's move to the present and now because in this moment, and Juneteenth is now federal holiday Given all concerns about critical race theory being taught in our schools. There's some irony in all of this, right? Uh um, yes. I mean, I think that, you know, just in kind of like reading about how this came to be the speed with which this, um new federal holiday was put, um, was made a reality is something that I think, um Is certainly indicative of our present moment kind of the dual arguments about CRT critical race theory and that kind of celebration of Juneteenth as a national holiday. Juneteenth has always been about, um, kind of an honest reckoning with the centrality.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:05 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Be right back news I'm Karen McHugh due to a limited supply of coronavirus test case the U. S. military is opting to test frontline troops such as counterterrorism and strategic nuclear forces first by June the Pentagon hopes to be able to test up to sixty thousand service members of all kinds each day one time Senate staffer terror Reid says presumptive democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in the early nineties she's talking about it now but wonders why most media outlets are not readable leaves there is a clear double standard at play in the media over her account telling fox news I guess my question is if this were Donald Trump would be treated the same way if this were Brett Kavanaugh did they treated the same way in other words it's politics in political agenda playing a role an objective reporting in asking the question fox's Garrett Tenney Biden campaign spokesperson denies the allegations America is listening to Bach welcome back to the daily died you can addition finally for this week coronavirus and social distancing has disrupted the power of touch well we maintain distance things like the handshake may be dying you can hug a friend or loved one and some feel like they may be in touch isolation so what does this mean for how we connect with each other when this is all over it may take some time to get things back to normal and feel comfortable with the way we touch and want to be touched for more on the importance of touch and how it might make a comeback we'll speak to Tim team in senior editor at the daily beast almost overnight our experience of touch generally has come completely changed just generally the nervousness we now have around because how much at the moment M. is seen as a vector transmission of the conventicle terrible disease right so people are extremely nervous Michael fifty around handshaking are getting old kissing somebody on the cheek think about a whole range of touch responses we have to use not only our closest friend a loved one people who may have sex with but also just professional contact people you may see in an office or in a meeting all of those Hutch signal which seems at least in the short term if and when we come out there as the things we will need to rethink because of my senses at the moment that contended that people feel generally extremely nervous around cultural service the we'll carry on income expend the least in the early part of our place coronavirus will this week begin to think about collectively gathering together again in whatever numbers whatever spatial requirements attached to that but at some point we're going to get back how in the world together an example of people have decisions to make around how they coach will do not touch others and conversely how people wish to be touched I just had an experience with this Justin this past week I have a friend a coworker who I've known for many years I drop something on his house and he recently had a kidney transplant actually so he's already kind of in the social distancing mode but for sure for years you know I'm a hugger I hugged him shook his hand we shared food off the same plate and I dropped it yes the letter had a drop off in his house and there was this weird moment where we kind of both we did it and then took back because you know we're our natural inclination was to hug as we greet and we realize that okay we have to not do this so the question I have we're Americans ever touchy feely in that way I know there's been some research and ongoing research done into that workings as a culture do we are we that way as an Englishman as you can tell by my accent my impression was of Americans were pretty touchy feely compared to us and when I came here ten years ago to live but according to professor Tiffany field he was one of the people quite in the article she had to be cut to put you at the university of Miami this is a natural scientific Judith okay the study of cuts she and her team of being that way in the most recent study before cave at nineteen head her and her team were going to American mostly American apple to observe the behavior of travelers at departure gates I'm what she and her team observed with a remarkable lack of touch among people she said that ninety eight percent of the people that they observe which simply in sort of sultry northern touching other unit **** on the mobile phone I'm pretty I'm pretty engrossed in that so you for professor feel chief at the America traditionally have not being a touchy to the country and that this again goes back to some supposition around blindly countries such as Italy Krahn European countries wet touch and touch between generations is in a very wholesome I'm wonderful thing to do why they may have been hit so hard by cabinet nineteen one of the researchers I spoke to said let the thing that's going to be a game changer it happened it is medicine and medical upon and vaccine and when and if there is progress on all those fronts when this begins to feel in society like a manageable playing if it ever feels like that because of medical advances because of the backseat because of some notion that it can be treated but it won't be a terrible consequence of broad range of people then maybe maybe we can return some kind of touch normality some semblance of them will feel less nervous about touching each other but that is going to be something again there's going to be tested on us collectively and that's an interesting point because everybody experiences this in a different way you know there's a lot of research that shows there's a lot of benefits to touching both physical and psychological but the way people experience touch especially right now when and how they they miss it let's say is different you know single people are probably more isolated than somebody that has a partner right for them it's been probably more about observing proper space than touching SO everybody right you know some of the experts and and people that you talk to in the article to say you know you got to give your skin everything it wants right now you know whether it's the simple things like having a bathroom you know a luxurious lotion or something something that can help you in any way to get through this yeah you're absolutely right at seven PC summarized yes I mean what you're going through at the moment will depend very much on if you are with somebody or if you know if you're single and sailors you if you're abiding by social distancing in the instructions that we've been given will not be being touched all touching anybody else if you are in a family situation or if you're in a relationship if you have a partner if you're in the household or department whether it's somebody else that you are involved with that you are isolated with you will most likely if her relationship is good and I think that is will be experiencing touch and touching the other person in some sense then so how much we know helps with the immune system digestion hi the thing is it's basically it releases the think of oxytocin which is a good thing it's a stress relief it it it I called the love hormone so when we're intimate with somebody and when were touched by somebody but we're into with this gets released and it's good for us so at the moment to single people spend already getting that one of the researchers said it would be fascinating to see in a range of single people whether oxytocin is is dipping below so and certainly the psychological state of people not being touched for a long period of time the researchers think is detrimental the coach is necessary for a happy stable mind so that's something to look at the future and looking into that future is you say how we treat all skin which is something I hadn't thought about until it's too late the research it apparently is key like you say Lucien anything that stimulates the skin's surface is a good thing in whatever way you like researchers say the fine could they do that and I will at least if you own your own and make you feel better and make your skin feel better and give you some sensory sort of pleasure and then moving on from that that's become sex which is something which again if single people living on their own the following instructions thank you we'll not be having sex right now and so the researchers are again pointing important if people like it and if it gives them pleasure of masturbation and feeling kind of okay about that and doing that maybe that becomes kind of important to place people at the moment obviously if you're in a relationship if you're in a couple of any kind in fact sexual intimacy maybe caught about experience and you know good good for you and let's see here if if you if you have that if you have the experience it's long term effectiveness which is which is fascinating research at the moment yeah definitely it would be interesting to see what happens after this you know we're going through this moment people call it touch isolation and there could be this moment of touch peas PTSD you know people are still going to be worried about the virus after social distancing gets lifted M. you know how will we react you know we'll we'll handshake ever come back you know things like that it's going to be these long lasting effects it will have to keep an eye out for so it is pretty fascinating the researchers and scientists they mistake but there will be some in time when we feel assured that there is some level of safety they are confident that touch in some form will emerge again and as I said my piece of pie Roenick but with feeling so conflicted and strange around touch right now because in the hospital all around the country there are doctors and nurses in intensive care with patients who are very ill and dying to have because their families cannot be within the law things that they thought they oftentimes doing or when they're just very sick company native the company is to hold their hand which is the most profound thing they could do at that moment so imagine that with feeling rightly weird about it and then in those hospitals at the most critical moment for the patient confronting their mortality they aren't being touch and touch being fat loss may be sensational the most fundamental sensation to give some comfort love and a sense of belonging the veteran assertion of touch at the very heart of this pandemic is almost inactive of love and defiant I guess this to kind of make it Tim team in senior editor and writer at the daily beast thank you very much for joining us thank.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on Science Vs

Science Vs

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on Science Vs

"Welcome back. We've just told you that you can actually see the effects of heartbreak in the brain and those effects can trickle down affecting your immune system and even affecting your heart. He's neuroscientists Lucy Brown again. You do feel a deep sunken tight fight feeling in your chest and in some cases the pain in your heart can become something quite serious. You can actually have have a kind of heart attack. It's known as tackled so boosts syndrome and during tackled sobers one chamber of your heart balloons up in this very specific way by which is actually where the syndrome gets its name from your heart starts to look like a Japanese octopus trap called attack with sober and tackled sobers isn't just found after heartbreak it can happen during the kinds of stress like even from public speaking so where does all this leave us well from what we found out. We know that heartbreak can cause these real affects throughout your body like increase stress hormones and sleep problems and chest pains so our producer rose and all you about heartbroken folks out there. You aren't crazy. You're not crazy. This is your brain is as a physiological thing. You're not to blame for this. Don't blame yourself role of this all right so now that we know all this can science to help us get over a break up well. Lucy reckons that we can get some tips on how to deal with heartbreak by looking into reset set about how to break bad habits and one thing that has been shown to help people is to stay away from triggers or cues so for example. If you want to stop eating popcorn don't go to the cinema. It was actually a study of news. If you want to quit smoking then don't have cigarettes around when it comes to heartbreak applying the same logic. If you WANNA stop thinking about your ax clear out text messages lock them on instagram throw away all of the all of the things that were associated with that person. You should just get rid of them. Go live somewhere else in Darley arly. If you're really having a big problem just get away from there but if you can't uproot your entire life to get over someone we did find another suggestion gestion in the scientific literature. It's called negative reappraisal and it's a fancy science wed saying just keep reminding yourself of what turn your ex was tried to get rose the producer of sharp to give it a guard with her ex the one that gives out. Valentine's Day balloons to people right before dumping them. I wanted to tell me what was wrong with him. He got I've that's twenty what was wrong with him. I do too nice a two nine. Maybe give to charity. Did you ever see him. Give any money to charity not not once yeah time he kicked the dog got a dog kicker. You know that trip. He took to the Arctic Club Baby Seals. It really didn't sit right with me. Jokes aside Rose said that actually hearing all the science stacked out made her. I feel much better about her heartbreak. The feeling of heartbreak is so intangible like there's nothing there's not a cut you just lost a finger and everyone can see exactly what's it's going on very lonely and it's very hard to quantify from outside the. I think that makes people trivialize it because you can't you you don't really know what the other person is feeling and so the fact that science can measure like find this thing like despair. It's kind of it's kind of validating. It's like Oh. It's really happy the Israel yeah that's great. I wish I had known that at the time I felt so screwed up like such a screw up for being upset but that's a whole lot of people feel that's a lot of people in the science can tell us that science can tell us very useful science. That's science fest is heartbreak. High Show Dag Hi Wendy Producer of besides viruses to say to that how many citations accepted forty-six citations. It's it's a baby episode. Yeah recession heartbreak just a starting to break out people. What is these citations. Where should they go. They should check out the Lincoln our show notes thanks Michelle. Thanks Wendy next week pandemic. We've seen the blockbuster films but what would really happen. If a pandemic swept through the globe today we add science versus created a fully fictionalized but scientifically approved pandemic. So how bad does it get. I'm just not getting to the intensive. Care Ward seems to have noticed the doors first quarter shot but I can see through the windows whole the rooms are full. There's seemed to be a lot of people connect tip ventilators most of the patients I can say don't look so good. Their skin is Pale so that Moore who did really well. Your scenario was quite realistic is episode was produced by Michelle Dang with help from Maine Wendy Zuckerman rose rimless Merrill Hawn and Lexi Crop. I'll senior producer is Caitlin. Sorry we're edited by Caitlin Kenney implied style fact checking by Diane Kelly mix and sound design by Peter Lennon music written by Peter Leonard Emma Manga and Bobby Lord a huge thanks to all the scientists we got in touch with this episode including Professor Larry Yung Professor Tiffany field professor Ethan Cross Professes Sandra Langa slog and an professor Naomi Eisenberg especial thanks to the Zuckerman family and Joseph Lavelle Wilson. I'm Wendy welcome in fact he next week..

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

09:58 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on No Agenda

"He was the tipping point right wasn't three fifty I think it was climate change three fifty three six hours three hundred sixty dot org three fifty dot org but okay sorry okay one two three six we're way best at temperatures have gone up in response to that much as three estimate record by checked it so there's something fishy about this whole thing because this was going on it's what you think mm fishy going on to I think to something fishy captain obvious really okay so I noticed that there is a bunch of stuff going on all over the world there are all these climate but there was a beef going on in Australia I don't know when this was but it seemed to be recent and this with Alan Jones and all our debts of one of the presenters on ABC Australian Broadcasting Company and he got into a beef because they did a climate thing denied before oh and they condemned him and all the rest it's really worth following because this guy is pretty funny and this is Alan Jones versus the professors is the set at part one I was accused of downplaying the human impact on climate change of course no attempt was made contact me so that I could offer defense that's the key one of the guests was professor David Karoly refer to Australia atmospheric scientist based at the CSIRO and the question ask Professor Karoly the following I saw the radio commentator Ellen James on TV recently and he said that point four percent of the world's atmosphere is co two the question and went on and three percent of that is created by human beings around the world and all that one point three percent is added biles dragons the questions it is that correct and if so is human activity really making a difference a pretty good question professor Karolyi replied not everything Jones says is factually correct now under he stumbled in seeking mediate me he went decide that while it is correct that point four percent of the world's atmosphere is carbon dioxide quote Jennings's statistics around humans I think it means human beings causing climate change and the roller strident specifically play is completely false I think I've seen this this bit it was very interesting I'm glad you pulled clips from it he i pulled the whole thing to part so this was because the night before there's a bunch of climate people on it this is like the PBS Newshour the there are obliged to toed the line as you remember we had that clip with Al Gore in Judy and Judy made some allusion to somebody doubting these numbers we'll stats heresy Lord Gorge jumped all over her I even suggesting such a thing and then she she relented anyway so this goes on and then we heard the numbers which put point four percent is four hundred parts per million by so let's listen to Jones and let the s off I the professor partout he said point four of a percent of the world's carbon dioxide was correct the other numbers that the question referred to were three percent of that is what human beings created around the world and one point three percent of that three that is created by Australia's Karoly said though all his other numbers they must have been those last two numbers wrong will on the twenty fifth the eleven I interviewed Professor Keraly on Radio just play you an extract very brief of that interview it was very good his I'm very friendly just this Fisa Crawley Good Morning Good morning how are you I'm very well thank you can I just begin firstly with a little bit of Maths we can agree on a would you say it's an arguable that the level of carbon dioxide in the air is less than point four of a percent at that point because nitrogen is about seventy oxygen twenty one and then this on things like that but co two in the about point four of a percent to agree that the UN IPC intergovernmental panel on climate change says that of the Earth's annual production of carbon dioxide this point four of a percent in the air nature produces ninety seven percents and human beings three percent of the annual flexible that go in and the Agnew Affleck come out so get this clear maths because you're the scientist I'm not point four of a percent of the is carbon dioxide and all of that point four of a percent ninety seven percents produced by nights human beings three percent now all of that three percent all Australian human activity transport industry agriculture mining power generation that stuff we produce one point at one point five percent LMU absolutely right absolutely right the same guy the night before that said he wasn't right so so this is and by the way people should pay attention to those numbers because we kind of we kind of lost track get the fact that that point four percent of the carbon dioxide ninety seven percent of it is produced by nature we got nothing to do with me I am nature's is the tip of tip so anyway so let's Jones bitching and moaning and making some generalities this is part three which says free I love Allen you're absolutely right that is that let's just put that aside I stand by what I've said for years we are talking about a global folks demonizing carbon dioxide demonizing qualified PA which is led us into this economic suicide miss business kind of the energy bill people at home can't afford the Electricity bill why well we export our coal so that others can have cheap electricity but we're not prepared to use it so that we can have cheap electricity because carbon dioxide is destroying the planet that's Keraly and the mobile on Q. and I would have you believe which brings us to the the point if if people are coal producers like Australia and they're exploring the code they should just stop producing one hundred percent all you've just stop if it's that bad but okay now Jones did continue because this was really part of a show on something else which was he brought another guy in to talk about sea levels who's one of the world's experts on sea level rises which kind of plays into your clip about the little island there in the middle of the Swan and this is where I ended with this but this is I just would throw this out there because I'm looking out and there's the big mudflats out there decieved by any means mud boss sheltered becomes annoyed if it gets wet so let's just listen to this I'm done with this segment we're here in this country it'll stri children are being told her schools that Bondi beach could finish up at Baptist you've been tracking sea levels at various parts of the Glenn have you not for fifty years sea levels rising world wide which the climate change apologists keep telling us it's happening no certainly not certainly not in the northern hemisphere and especially in the European we can prove and test breath that absolute absolute sea level is not rising more than about one millimeter per year if we go to the toreador region and now we come closer to Stralia it's not even rising all edit has seen table for the last fifty to seventy years and death disaffected guide okay a hurdle walkie-talkie somewhere yeah yeah well I will take us out on on an up note on the left heaven forbid present these facts we have hurricane doreen which made some very interesting moves but of course devastated most of the Bahamas it's pretty bad and we really don't have any I'm just saying we just have that helicopter footage which he really never does it just this you know you think wow that's a lot but you have to get down to the ground to see how bad it really is but this thing was supposed to come careening into Miami than it was going to be further north than it looked like it was going to be the power the nuclear power plants Saint Lucy it was headed straight for it and then it pops up here's emory college professor tiffany unique this interesting tiffany spelled T. I p. h. a. n. e. wow that's a cool my sister's name is tiffany but she has the traditional tiff a and y this is that's a new one for me listening the best his T. I F. F. A. N. I. With a heart new guy that's a perfect one suggested to tiffany here she is talking about the Hurricane Hurricane Dorian professor unique you have said that the Caribbean is zero for the climate crisis and I want to say in the non stop coverage in the networks and of course it should be nonstop.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

10:23 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"You how idiotic and stupid the professors are today most particularly how idiotic and stupid Bernie Sanders is most particularly how moronic half cortex is. many hurricane struck the Atlantic and Caribbean before sixteen hundred and that these hurricanes were reconstructed through paleo Tempesta logical research. I know that's a long word for those of you at Emory University or Harvard University all UC Berkeley. but there's actually a field of research that reconstructs storms now that didn't reach Emory professor Tiffany unique no doubt she was hired because she's a Caribbean woman and therefore because she's from the Caribbean she must be smarter than Albert Einstein and all of the scientists put together I want you to listen now to one of the stupidest people in the history of the world who is our professor Tiffany yeah neke on hurricane Dorian listen the clip for the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this intense magnitude our historic unprecedented and the storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean shot up more women would get really dangerous storms one second and now we're beginning to see them regularly we are. by two category five storm. he is an example of what passes for professor today. now you understand what affirmative action is done to the university I realize I'm not supposed to speak the obvious truth but in order to create diverse city you must create adversity for the smallest amongst us and after you create adversity to create diverse city what you wind up with this moron skis like this who doesn't even know the history of our own Caribbean area. all she had to do was to the most basic research instead of parroting the stupidity of the modern era they are but it landed hurricanes that were for rob phenomenal before sixteen hundred now most of them went on recorded and by the way you can refer to that period as pre Columbian yes there is a period call pre Columbian the fact is a whole lot category of our call pre Columbian art I guess they're gonna have to rename it to something else but it's not as pre Columbian art meaning before Columbus quote discovered America the Americas. and so most of the storms went on recorded many records were lost. however you must understand that there's observational data. before forty ninety two but it's unavailable because most natives of the Caribbean in the ancestors for example of Emory professor Tiffany unique. most natives of the area lacked a written language to keep records in the pre Columbian era I know it's an embarrassing fact. but they did not have a written language. and by the way most records in the written Mesoamerican languages. I have not even been the site for a translator so how do you figure out what actually happened. well it's not that difficult you reconstruct prehistoric shark hurricane activity. by doing some basic sentiment research and then the scientists who have done that and they find out that there were many hurricanes are very high magnitudes in the north Atlantic that swept the Atlanta coat and swept through the Caribbean apparently that's been lost on the warmest we're still peddling a bill of goods Dutch topic number one the phone numbers eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four eight seven two eight two. California appeals court overturned the conviction of Kate starring these illegal alien killer you heard me right you can read about that in your filthy left wing fake news newspaper that you. I'm gonna give you the background on that member Kate's nine the the innocent woman walking on San Francisco's water from her dad when she said that I'm hurt and she was shot dead by an illegal alien who sat on the bench and shot it with a gun. well he got himself a shyster lawyer. one of the worst left wing fanatics in the history of the world Tony Serra this guy has such a bad history. he represented the white Panthers the black Panthers the hell's angels the New World aberration front. he represented some of the worst people on the planet. and in fact in the in two thousand and four this rat bomb wanted to quibble during a re trial on murder charges for co defendant Rick cabbage on the death of casino mogul Ted Binion. but he was made the trial lawyer of the year in two thousand and and and three by the vermin in the legal profession and the reason they want to is because he litigated against the FBI and twenty fifteen this piece of garbage lawyer this left wing communist the fed the Chinatown crime boss Raymond shrimp boy Chow. now this lawyer or was it was like a perfect storm what happened that look you understand I'm talking about. Kate Steiner was shot dead by illegal aliens. killed murdered the illegal alien it would been deported seven times and then it. was found not guilty on a re trial because this judge. that he went to Sarah Margolis megalis and this lawyer county Serra ought to with the worst left wingers in the world in the legal profession. this Margolis is a Democrat going all the way back to George Deukmejian may Jian's appointment. so she's on the Superior Court. and she overturned the case finally decision based on the following I want you to listen to the twisted Orwellian language this is the judge now. quote viewing the evidence in the light most favorable to the defense as we must. we conclude that the trial court erred in failing to give the momentary possession instruction. course the error was prejudicial we are compelled as a matter of lower to reverse the fact the jury asked whether there was a time requirement for possession suggest jurors were wrestling with how long defendant had the gun. now as you well know that's total bull crap. they found the illegal alien with a smoking gun in his hand and the girl was dead he shot her dead the judge should be in prison the lawyer should be imprisoned what more do I need to tell you. yes the smoking gun there's the illegal alien there's the dead girl and this thinking lawyer says we after a quick now. no the judge needs to be thrown in prison for twisting the law and the lawyer needs to be the bard lots a lock of Michael guy had lots a luck Michael go look for the pony tail lawyer there in his office above the old yeah I've seen him in the street this walking around like a god in the streets this. all right those are two of the topics. there's a few others hurricane struck the Atlantic and Caribbean many for Columbus pre Columbian they reconstructed the storm through paleo Tempesta logical records. California appeals court run by communists from top to bottom has overturned the conviction of Kate Stein these murderer. California boat fire could be a grease fire I don't know what else it could be less someone but I don't know smoking crack down there kind of doubt it divers generally healthy people. someone was smoking a joint down there and if a mattress court fight why would the whole boat go up. these boats have fire extinguisher systems it doesn't make any sense to me there could have been an incendiary device maybe there was a murder here I mean if if I were a homicide detective I wouldn't rule out. some kind of assassination attempt why am I saying it why shouldn't I say. boats generally don't catch fire like this. nor did this many people die on boats it's almost unheard of. we've also talked about the release of the. well he's not been released the illegal aliens who S. thirty last name's Ali remember them. been released found not guilty be by your terms of the twisted psychos in the legal profession so now it's up to the federal government to retry this piece of garbage you should have been deported seven times ago there's another story that's troubling to America it's a racist story it's the racism of the Blasio and what he's done to the city of New York in attacking the police seize now permitting black males to attack innocent religious Jews with impunity did you hear what I said I'm not I'm not mince words if you think I'm gonna hold back Nazism no matter what color it comes in you're mistaken you got the wrong show if you think about a whole back talking about **** in America even if they're black dots he's attacking Jews you got the wrong show you your tone to the wrong part of the dial there is an epidemic of black males attacking religious Jews in New York City. but you're not reading about in the newspaper either they calgene's a group of teens a group of teens headed you in the face with a brick ran away giggling. a group of men attacked a religious Jewish person in Brooklyn ran away giggling a group of teens see how it works that's call brainwashing but if you'll let the media wash your brain any further all that you have left is what nothing you'll have nothing left your brain and your soul will be gone now those of some of the stories I have introduced on the show we're gonna talk about others. we'll talk about the fake news of the day came out of England of course to diet so did they increase the risk of heart attack fifty percent I will show you categorically why that's a false conclusion based on false evidence. are written by people with science illiterates it's absolutely false on tell you more about that later you're on the savage nation. and other topics we have many many other topics but are the main topic is you the call of the savage nation make the show for me and I want to ask you which topic do you feel is most important hello what is the most important story out there that I'm not talking about no one is talking about well what is the number one thing bothering you about America or the world today..

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on WJR 760

"Order to show you how idiotic and stupid the professors are today most particularly how idiotic and stupid Bernie Sanders is most particularly how moronic half cortex is. many hurricane struck the Atlantic and Caribbean before sixteen hundred and that these hurricanes were reconstructed through paleo Tempesta logical research. I know that's a long word for those of you at the Emory University or Harvard University all UC Berkeley. but there's actually a field of research that reconstructs storms now that didn't reach Emory professor Tiffany unique no doubt she was hired because she's a Caribbean woman and therefore because she's from the Caribbean she must be smaller than Albert Einstein and all of the scientists put together I want you to listen now to one of the stupidest people in the history of the world who is now a professor Tiffany yeah neke on hurricane Dorian listen the clip for the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this intense magnitude our historic unprecedented and the storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean more rain would get really dangerous storms one second and now we're beginning to see them regularly we are. by two category five storm. here's an example of what passes for professor today. now you understand what affirmative action is done to the university I realize I'm not supposed to speak the obvious truth but in order to create diverse city you must create adversity for the smallest amongst us and after you create adversity to create diverse city what you wind up with this moron skis like this who doesn't even know the history of our own Caribbean area. all she had to do was to the most basic research instead of parroting the stupidity of.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The smallest amongst us and after you create adversity to create diverse city what you wind up with this moron skis like this who doesn't even know the history of our own Caribbean area. all she had to do was to the most basic research instead of parenting the stupidity of the modern era there been implanted hurricanes that were Ferrante phenomenal before sixteen hundred now most of them went unrecorded and by the way you can refer to that period as pre Columbian yes there is a period called pre Columbian the fact is a whole lot category of our call pre Columbian art I guess they're gonna have to rename it to something else but it's known as pre Columbian art meaning before Columbus quote discovered America the Americas. and so most of the storms went on recorded many records were lost. however you must understand that there's observational data. before fourteen ninety two but it's unavailable because most natives of the Caribbean in the ancestors for example of Emory professor Tiffany unique. most natives of the area lack of written language to keep records in the pre Columbian era I know it's an embarrassing fact. but they did not have a written language. and by the way most records in the written Mesoamerican languages. I have not even been decipher a translator so how do you figure out what actually happened. well it's not that difficult you reconstruct prehistoric Kirk hurricane activity. by doing some basic sentiment research and then the scientists who have done that and they find out that there were many hurricanes are very high magnitudes in the north Atlantic that swept the Atlanta coat and swept through the Caribbean apparently that's been lost on the warmest was still peddling a bill of goods Dutch topic number one the phone numbers eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four seven two eight two. California appeals court overturned the conviction of Kate starring these illegal alien killer you heard me right you can read about that in your filthy left wing fake news newspaper that you. I'm gonna give you the background on that Medicaid slightly the innocent woman walking on San Francisco's water from with her dad what you said that I'm hurt and she was shot dead by an illegal alien who sat on the bench and shot it with a gun. well he got himself a shyster lawyer. one of the worst left wing fanatics in the history of the world Tony Serra this guy has such a bad history. he represented the white Panthers the black Panthers the hell's angels the New World aberration front. he represented some of the worst people on the planet. and in fact in the in two thousand four this rat bomb wanted to quibble during a re trial on murder charges for co defendant Rick cabbage on the death of casino mogul Ted Binion. but he was made the trial lawyer of the year in two thousand and and and three by the vermin in the legal profession and the reason they want it is because he litigated against the FBI and twenty fifteen this piece of garbage lawyer this left wing communist the fed the Chinatown crime boss Raymond shrimp boy Chow. now this lawyer or was it was like a perfect storm what happened that look you understand I'm talking about. Kate's neither was shot dead by illegal aliens. killed murdered the illegal alien it would been deported seven times within it. was found not guilty on a re trial because this judge. that he went to Serra Margolis megalis and this lawyer Tony Serra onto the worst left wingers in the world in the legal profession. this is mark Dumas is a Democrat going all the way back to George Deukmejian mavens appointment. so she's on the Superior Court. and she overturned the case finally decision based on the following I want you to listen to the twisted Orwellian language this is the judge now. quote viewing the evidence in the light most favorable to the defense as we must. we conclude that the trial court erred in failing to give the momentary possession instruction. course the error was prejudicial we are compelled as a matter of lower to reverse the fact the jury asked whether there was a time requirement for possession suggests jurors were wrestling with how long defendant had the gun. now as you well know that's total bull crap. they found the illegal alien with a smoking gun in his hand and the girl was dead he shot her dead the judge should be in prison the lawyer should be imprisoned what more do I need to tell you. this is the smoking gun there's the illegal alien there's the dead girl and this thinking lawyer says we have to do a quick now. no the judge needs to be thrown in prison for twisting the law and the lawyer needs to be the bard lots a luck Michael guy had lots a luck Michael go look for the pony tail lawyer there in his office above the old yeah I've seen him in the street this walking around like a god in the streets this. all right those are two of the topics. there's a few others hurricane struck the Atlantic and Caribbean many for Columbus pre Columbian they reconstructed the storm through paleo Tempesta logical records California appeals court run by communists from top to bottom has overturned the conviction okay sign these murderer. the California both fire could be a grease fire I don't know what else it could be less someone but I don't know smoking crack down there kind of doubt it divers generally healthy people. someone was smoking a joint down there and if a mattress court fight why would the whole boat go up. these boats have fire extinguisher systems it doesn't make any sense to me it could have been an incendiary device maybe there was a murder here I mean if if I were a homicide detective I wouldn't rule out. some kind of assassination attempt why am I saying it why shouldn't I say. boats generally don't catch fire like this. nor do this many people die on boats it's almost unheard of. we've also talked about the release of the. well he's not been released the illegal aliens who S. thirty last name's Ali remember them. been released or found not guilty be by your terms of the twisted psychos in the legal profession so now it's up to the federal government to retry this piece of garbage you should have been deported seven times ago there's another story that's troubling to America it's a racist story it's the racism of the Blasio and what he's done to the city of New York in attacking the police she's now permitting black males to attack innocent religious Jews with impunity did you hear what I said I'm not I'm not mincing words if you think I'm gonna hold back Nazism no matter what color comes in you're mistaken you got the wrong show if you think about a whole back talking about **** in America even if they're black the I. sees attacking Jews you got the wrong show you're told to the wrong part of the dial there is an epidemic of black males attacking religious Jews in New York City. but you're not reading about in the newspaper either they couch is a group of teens a group of teens headed you in the face with a brick ran away giggling. a group of men attacked a religious Jewish person in Brooklyn ran away giggling a group of teens see how it works that's call brainwashing but if you'll let the media wash your brain any further all that you have left is what nothing you'll have nothing left your brain and your soul will be gone now those of some of the stories I have introduced on the show we're gonna talk about others. we'll talk about the fake news of the day came out of England of course to diet sodas are they increase the risk of heart attack fifty percent I will show you categorically why that's a false conclusion based on. Paul severance. a written by people with science illiterates it's absolutely false song tell you more about that later you're on the savage nation. and other topics we have many many other topics but are the main topic is you the call of the savage nation make the show for me and I want to ask you which topic do you feel is most important so what is the most important story out there that I'm not talking about no one is talking about well what is the number one thing bothering you about America or the world today. phone numbers eight five five four seven two eight two and again I want to tell you if you're listening to the show on the stream where the show was very dominant means you're not catching.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"To show you how idiotic and stupid the professors are today most particularly how idiotic and stupid Bernie Sanders is most particularly how moronic half cortex is. many hurricane struck the Atlantic and Caribbean before sixteen hundred and that these hurricanes were reconstructed through paleo Tempesta logical research. I know that's a long word for those of you at Emory University or Harvard University all UC Berkeley. but there's actually a field of research that reconstructs storms now that didn't reach Emory professor Tiffany Yannick no doubt she was hired because she's a Caribbean woman and therefore because she's from the Caribbean she must be smarter than Albert Einstein and all of the scientists put together. I want you to listen now to one of the stupidest people in the history of the world who is now a professor Tiffany yeah neke on hurricane Dorian listen the clip for the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this intense magnitude our historic unprecedented and the storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean moron would get really dangerous storms one second and now when you see them regularly we are calling it by two category five storm. he is an example of what passes for professor today. now you understand what affirmative action is done to the university I realize I'm not supposed to speak the obvious truth but in order to create diverse city you must create adversity for the smallest amongst us and after you create adversity to create diverse city what you wind up with this moron skis like this who doesn't even know the history of our own Caribbean area. all she had to do was to the most basic research instead of parroting the stupidity of.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on WTVN

"And white Billboard. for under where for obese people. I thank you Stacy Abrams was the model for this I think. no I'm just giving my goodness fox and now Calvin Klein no soda no no no some of the perfume company using a tranny the transgender star as the as the model isn't he knows Moses is is it any wonder that's where we have this this brilliant Emory professor Tiffany a young make and the question we can leave nonstop coverage what's happening with this hurricane there's almost no mention of climate change the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this intense magnitude our historic unprecedented and these storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade and now we're beginning to see them regularly the Virgin Islands was hit by two category five storms only two years ago while president trump indeed was our president this is such a shame this woman is a university professor and she's. she went and dom hurricanes are not man made the if they won't we gonna shut this down and we can put in jail who ever made. we can so whoever made it for all of them but this is what they could but this woman is a university professor. and they are not historic in magnet was Roy Spencer's point here so your thank you don't care about hurricanes you better because the the lies in the distortions and.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Black and white Billboard. for under where for obese people. I think if you see the Stacey Abrams was the model for this I think. no I'm just giving my goodness fox and now Calvin Klein know someone old no no some of the perfume company using a tranny the transgender star as the as the model poppies in the nose of Moses is is it any wonder that's where we have this this brilliant Emory professor Tiffany a young make and the question we can leave nonstop coverage what's happening with this hurricane there's almost no mention of climate change the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this intense magnitude our historic unprecedented and these storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade and now we're beginning to see them regularly the Virgin Islands was hit by two category five storms only two years ago while president trump indeed was our president this is such a shame this woman is a university professor and she's. she is the rent and dom hurricanes are not man made if they won't we gonna shut this down and we can put in jail who ever made. we can whoever made it for all of them but this is what they could but this woman is a university professor. and they are not the historic in magnet was Roy's dentures point here so your date you don't care about hurricanes you better because the the lies and distortions and the sheer ignorance TV people find experts to put him out there to lie to people about things like this when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade..

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Under where for obese people. I Stacey Abrams was the model for this I think. no I'm just giving my goodness fox and now Calvin Klein know someone old no no some of the perfume company using a tranny the transgender star as the as the model how he's he knows of Moses is is it any wonder that's where we have this this brilliant Emory professor Tiffany a young make and the question Emily nonstop coverage what's happening with this hurricane there's almost no mention of climate change the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this and hence magnitude our historic unprecedented and these storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade and now we're beginning to see them regularly the Virgin Islands was hit by two category five storms only two years ago I'll president trump indeed was our president this is such a shame this woman is a university professor and she's. she gives the rent and dom hurricanes are not man made the if they won't we gonna shut this down and we can put in jail who ever made. we can however made it for all of them but this is what they could but this woman is a university professor. and they are not the historic in magnet was Roy Spencer's point here so your day you don't care about hurricanes you better because the the lies and distortions and the sheer ignorance TV people.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Black and white Billboard. under wear for obese people. I think if you see the Stacey Abrams was the model for this I think. no I'm just kidding my goodness fox and now Calvin Klein know someone old no no some of the perfume company using a tranny the transgender star as the as the model he's he knows of Moses is is it any wonder that's where we have this this brilliant Emory professor Tiffany a young make any question Emily nonstop coverage what's happening with this hurricane is almost no mention of climate change the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this intense magnitude our historic unprecedented and these storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade and now we're beginning to see them regularly the version Allan's was hit by two category five storms only two years ago I'll president trump indeed was our president. this is such a shame this woman is a university professor and she's. she is the rent and dom hurricanes are not man made the if they won't we gonna shut this down and we can put in jail who ever made. we can however made it for all of them but this is what they could but this woman is a university professor. and they are not historic in magnet was Roy Spencer's point here so your day you don't care about hurricanes you better because the the lives and the distortions and the sheer ignorance TV people find expert support amount there to lie to people about things like this when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on 600 WREC

"You seen the new Calvin Klein. black and white Billboard. for under where for obese people. I think if you see the Stacey Abrams was the model for this I think. no I'm just giving my goodness fox and now Calvin Klein know someone old no no some of the perfume company using a tranny the transgender star as the as the model isn't he knows Moses is is it any wonder that's where we have this this brilliant Emory professor Tiffany a young make and the question we can leave nonstop coverage what's happening with this hurricane is almost no mention of climate change the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this intense magnitude our historic unprecedented and these storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade and now we're beginning to see them regularly the Virgin Islands was hit by two category five storms only two years ago while president trump indeed was our president this is such a shame this woman is a university professor and she still open. she gives the rent and dom hurricanes are not man made if they won't we gonna shut this down and we can put in jail who ever made. we can whoever made it for all of them but this is what they could but this woman is a university professor. and they are not the historic in magnet was Rory Spencer's point here so you thank you don't care about hurricanes you better because the the.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Name of the professor is Tiffany unique. all right I don't know why have you seen the new Calvin Klein. black and white Billboard. for under where for obese people. I Stacey Abrams was the model for this I think. no I'm just giving my goodness fox and now Calvin Klein know someone old no no some of the perfume company using a tranny the transgender star as the as the model pop he's he knows Moses is is it any wonder that's where we have this this brilliant Emory professor Tiffany avionic and the question Emily nonstop coverage what's happening with this hurricane there's almost no mention of climate change the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this intense magnitude our historic unprecedented and these storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade and now we're beginning to see them regularly the Virgin Islands was hit by two category five storms only two years ago while president trump indeed was our president. this is such a shame this woman is a university professor and she's. she is the rent and dom hurricanes are not man made if they won't we gonna shut this down and we can put in jail who ever made. we can however made it for all of them but this is what they can but this woman is a university professor. and they are not the historic in magnet was Royce cancers point here so your day you don't care about hurricanes you better because the the lies in the distortions.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"This I think. no I'm just giving my goodness fox and now Calvin Klein know someone old no no some of the perfume company using a tranny transgender sorry as the as the model isn't he knows Moses is is it any wonder that's where we have this this brilliant Emory professor Tiffany a young make and the question we can leave nonstop coverage what's happening with this hurricane there's almost no mention of climate change the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this intense magnitude our historic unprecedented and these storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade and now we're beginning to see them regularly the Virgin Islands was hit by two category five storms only two years ago while president trump indeed was our president this is such a shame this woman is a university professor and she still open. she is the rent and dom hurricanes are not man made if they won't we gonna shut this down and we can put in jail who ever made. we can whoever made it for all of them but this is what they could but this woman is a university professor. and they are not the historic in magnet was Rory Spencer's point here so you thank you don't care about hurricanes you better because the the lies and distortions and the sheer ignorance TV people find experts to put him out there to lie to people about things like this when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade. the yeah I make anyway forms of all kinds of other stuff happening out there today that I I mean off off the wall weird stuff as well as the politics of things for you hang on great to be back we'll continue here in mere moments right after our first obscene profit time out. the mainstream American media just won't do Russia but he I met the.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Finally being protested. by students university arts. she is she is. dumbfounded not there right where she is shocked and dismayed by how little they know about history she was trying to quote them a a song involving most of stated almost as was her students didn't know who Moses is. it made no sense she was shocked. if you don't know who Moses is you can't possibly understand western civilization she says so I have that coming up this is an Emory University professor. and it was on some syndicated TV program called democracy now it's a it's a left it's it's a Clinton Obama thing and a co host was Amy Goodman interviewing this professor the author of a book a land of love and drowning. land of love and grounding. the job the name of the professor is really unique. all white I don't know why have you seen the new Calvin Klein. black and white Billboard. for under where for obese people. I used to Stacey Abrams was the model for us I think. now I'm just giving my goodness fox and now Calvin Klein know someone old no no some of the perfume company using a tranny transgender sorry as the as the model how he's he knows Moses is is it any wonder that's where we have this this brilliant Emory professor Tiffany a young make and the question we can leave nonstop coverage what's happening with this hurricane there's almost no mention of climate change the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this intense magnitude our historic unprecedented and these storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade and now we're beginning to see them regularly the Virgin Islands was hit by two category five storms only two years ago while president trump indeed was our president this is such a shame this woman is a university professor and she's. she is the rent and dom hurricanes are not man made if they won't we gonna shut this down and we can put in jail who ever made. we can so whoever made it for all of them but this is what they could but this woman is a university professor. and they are not the historic in magnet was Rory Spencer's. so you think you don't care about hurricanes you better because the the lies and distortions and the sheer ignorance TV people find expert support amount there a wider people about things like this when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade. yeah make everywhere parts of all kinds of other stuff happening out there today that I I mean off off the wall weird stuff as well as the politics of things so you'll hang on great to be back we'll continue here in mere moments right after our first obscene profit time now this is the work of the mainstream American media just won't do Russia but he I.

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"professor tiffany" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"professor tiffany" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And white Billboard. for under where for obese people. I think if you see the Stacey Abrams was the model for us I think. no I'm just kidding my goodness fox and now Calvin Klein know someone old no no some of the perfume company using a tranny the transgender star as the as the model poppies the nose of Moses is is it any wonder that's where we have this this brilliant Emory professor Tiffany a young make and the question we can leave nonstop coverage what's happening with this hurricane there's almost no mention of climate change the truth is that the storms that are hitting the Caribbean with this intense magnitude our historic unprecedented and these storms are man made storms when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a decade and now we're beginning to see them who regularly the Virgin Islands was hit by two category five storms only two years ago while president trump indeed was our president. should this woman is a university professor and she's. she is the rent and dom hurricanes are not man made if they won't we gonna shut down and we can put in jail. we can whoever made it for all of them but this is what they can but this woman is a university professor. and they are not the historic in magnet was Rory Spencer's. so you think you don't care about hurricanes you better because the the lies in the distortions and the sheer ignorance TV people find expert support amount that a lot of people about things like this when I was growing up in the Caribbean we would get really dangerous storms once a.

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