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"school journalism" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"school journalism" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"So one quick time to tie up on the mask mandates story So this guy on Twitter after the mask mandate decides he's going to post about after the mask mandate went down in flames at a court in Florida yesterday The travel mask mandate that is of course this guy on Twitter who goes by Jared rabel who knows his real name or not but he described what happened after boarding a plane in mid flight when the mask mandate was taken down He described what happened This is serious This is an actual tweet It's not a joke Someone who's Jim dark websites we do all of them Who knows what he's doing over there Ma the meatloaf We don't know what he's doing back there This is real So Jared rabel he tweeted out so I boarded a plane today with my son in mid flight The pilot announces that the mask mandate is over Flight attendants pulled off their masks and can't do this dude Flight attendants pulled off their masks and sneezed directly into their hands While screaming this is maga airspace My son turned to me in tears I don't know what to do It's snorting like a pig Now if you're a sane person libs you can tune out now If you're a sane person like me Jim and Mike and Joe and ghee and the whole crew here You'd realize the guy was obviously using satire Satire it's a joke No these flight attendants didn't sneeze into their hands and scream This is maga air space by ripping off their man I mean do any of you out there believe this actually No I take that back If you're a liberal yes you probably do believe So liberals you can tune the shot Just turn it down for a minute To the conservatives did any of you actually believe that this happened It's a real tweet the guy really put it out there It's clearly a joke Meaning to highlight like the hysteria over this mask thing right So what happens Just when you think the tail of Lorenz's and Philip bumps of the world have taken journalism to new basements of stupid You've never seen before Jared rabel posts on his Twitter this guy who wrote that satirical thing about them screaming This is maga airspace He gets messaged by a New York Times journalist about the tweet Listen I don't know if it's real or not I don't know if he's lying it up and the email it's from a blue check mark thing Victoria Kim It says hi Jared I'm a New York Times journalist Really You may want to reevaluate that one I'd love to speak to you over the phone about what happened on your flight this evening Can you please give me a call she lists a number or let me know how I can reach you Hope this isn't coming too late in your day Thank you Look forward to hearing from you soon This guy's got to be sitting there in stunned disbelief like holy Moses These really are the dumbest people on Planet Earth I mean why else would they go to J school Journalism school I mean you really have to be an idiot to believe this happened Flight attendants pulled off their masks sneezed directly in there How would they do that even on command While screaming this is maga airspace This is obviously a joke So does Jared rabel writes back I didn't get to cover this on the podcast And Jim was horrified He was candidly disgusted and threatened to quit at my editorial judgment He was happy it happened on the show He's the EPM but he was horrified in my judgment not covering this on the podcast Here's how Jared rabel responds To the reporter Hello Victoria I would love to discuss the incident at your earliest convenience I was pretty upset about the whole thing Unfortunately it's satire that only someone in The New York Times would believe in my time of contemplation I was wondering how your team deals with the multitude of false stories that you pedal out daily to use as political propaganda And if you could give me advice on how to take my satires the next level Best wishes Jared Listen go follow this cat He's at J rad rabble At J RAD RA L and send him a thank you from all of us At J red RAB EL J rad rabble add J rad rabble go send this guy thank you That is probably the best Okay It's stop laughing I know it drives you crazy too All right moving on to more serious stuff Gosh people believe the dumbest things They really do Sneeze in their hands Jim As if on command while screaming this is maga airspace Idiots So on a very serious note and on a good note this is one of those you know we have them off in here lately Thankfully the chest out chin up moments You know it's depressing it's political times Joe Biden's ruining the country inflation the border Ukraine Russia prices the debt we get it But it's easy to get depressed and say you know poor me but we don't do that here We're conservatives We always knew there was going to be a fight every decade is going to be a fight every day every week's going to be a fight Liberty isn't going to just defend itself We got to defend it But we have these moments and in a lot of them have been happening lately They call them the chest out chin up moments where you should exit the show today with a little smile on your face happy that the tide is turning Folks the 2024 races 2024 damn we haven't even gotten to 2022 I know The Democrats are now freaking out Not only about 2022 but they're freaking out about 2024 too Now a little bit of history I'm sorry a little bit of government you know a bit of a history lesson for the liberals For the conservatives listening I get it this may be a quick way to your time but there are liberals listening They don't know very much They fall for scams like this on Twitter all the time The House of Representatives is up every two years the entire house right You all know that I get it not in your heads in approval The Senate is not The U.S. senator 6 year terms and they're staggered So you have class one class two and class three A third of the Senate is up every two years It was a nice little mechanism to make sure the whole government doesn't exit at one specific time That the founders implement It's a good idea 6 year term staggering Think about it If you had the wrong draw in the beginning you only got the two year term You kind of got screwed But hey that's the way the cookie crumbles right So only a third of the Senate turns over every two years 2022 this year coming up you probably heard a lot about gosh Republicans are going to clean up They're going to clean house and I agree they are The problem folks is this specific year the third of the Senate seats out of a hundred that are up Are not the best seats for us They're just not They're in swingy states states that lean blue Pennsylvania Wisconsin which has turned more swingy They're just not great states for us Even with that being said 2022 still looks like we may come out in the Senate We have Nevada We have a great candidate and lacks all over there We may come out ahead Now the reason the Dems are panicking and you can always tell when you go to.

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"school journalism" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

"school journalism" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Just when you think the tail of Lorenz's and Philip bumps of the world have taken journalism to new basements of stupid You've never seen before Jared rabel posts on his Twitter this guy who wrote that satirical thing about them screaming This is maga airspace He gets messaged by a New York Times journalist about the tweet Listen I don't know if it's real or not I don't know if he's lying it up and the email it's from a blue check mark thing Victoria Kim It says hi Jared I'm a New York Times journalist Really You may want to reevaluate that one I'd love to speak to you over the phone about what happened on your flight this evening Can you please give me a call she lists a number or let me know how I can reach you Hope this isn't coming too late in your day Thank you Look forward to hearing from you soon This guy's got to be sitting there in stunned disbelief like holy Moses These really are the dumbest people on Planet Earth I mean why else would they go to J school Journalism school I mean you really have to be an idiot to believe this happened Flight attendants pulled off their masks sneezed directly in there How would they do that even on command While screaming this is maga airspace This is obviously a joke So does Jared rabel writes back I didn't get to cover this on the podcast And Jim was horrified He was candidly disgusted and threatened to quit at my editorial judgment He was happy it happened on the show He's the EPM but he was horrified in my judgment not covering this on the podcast Here's how Jared rabel responds To the reporter Hello Victoria I would love to discuss the incident at your earliest convenience I was pretty upset about the whole thing Unfortunately it's satire that only someone in The New York Times would believe

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NY Times' Victoria Kim Fell for Satirical Tweet on Travel Mask Mandate

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

NY Times' Victoria Kim Fell for Satirical Tweet on Travel Mask Mandate

"Just when you think the tail of Lorenz's and Philip bumps of the world have taken journalism to new basements of stupid You've never seen before Jared rabel posts on his Twitter this guy who wrote that satirical thing about them screaming This is maga airspace He gets messaged by a New York Times journalist about the tweet Listen I don't know if it's real or not I don't know if he's lying it up and the email it's from a blue check mark thing Victoria Kim It says hi Jared I'm a New York Times journalist Really You may want to reevaluate that one I'd love to speak to you over the phone about what happened on your flight this evening Can you please give me a call she lists a number or let me know how I can reach you Hope this isn't coming too late in your day Thank you Look forward to hearing from you soon This guy's got to be sitting there in stunned disbelief like holy Moses These really are the dumbest people on Planet Earth I mean why else would they go to J school Journalism school I mean you really have to be an idiot to believe this happened Flight attendants pulled off their masks sneezed directly in there How would they do that even on command While screaming this is maga airspace This is obviously a joke So does Jared rabel writes back I didn't get to cover this on the podcast And Jim was horrified He was candidly disgusted and threatened to quit at my editorial judgment He was happy it happened on the show He's the EPM but he was horrified in my judgment not covering this on the podcast Here's how Jared rabel responds To the reporter Hello Victoria I would love to discuss the incident at your earliest convenience I was pretty upset about the whole thing Unfortunately it's satire that only someone in The New York Times would believe

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"school journalism" Discussed on SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"school journalism" Discussed on SoberSoul Recovery: Addiction, Sobriety, and Beyond!

"It's Lin. It's raining in Georgia. It has been for a couple of days and it makes life exciting around here because I don't know what your animals do, but I have a dog that loves to hibernate when it rains. I mean, she will find a pile of stuff and try and dig into it. Man, we just had something going on in the corner of my office. She was trying to get on a pile of junk, really, you know? There just happened to be a blanket on top of it. And it was chaos for a minute. But all is good, Mimi, sassy and I worked it out. We built her a little nest and now she's knuckled up in the corner on a comfy blanket. Man, they have a good life. On we go to today's topic. In my never ending journey to bring you the best information. I am now doubling down on my source checking. I'm really digging into those early years I spent long ago in Minneapolis at the university of Minnesota in J school journalism school. Well, I wasn't formally in J school because my grades weren't right for J school back in the 80s, but way back in day school, I learned in the 80s how to be a good journalist. What are the ethical standards? So I'm going to dig into the websites that I use even deeper to make sure that you're getting the best information through me. I want to make sure they're up to snuff, if you will. Oh my gosh, that's an old scene, and I probably should check and see if it's okay to say that, but thank you, you're very forgiving audience. To explain better what I mean, I have dug into Healthline, which is Healthline dot com to website that I commonly pull from. And I'm just so impressed with what they've written for their editorial process. You can look at it yourself, I know for some of you, it doesn't matter, but to me it does, I'm encouraging you to think about why it could matter in your life..

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"school journalism" Discussed on The Kicker

The Kicker

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"school journalism" Discussed on The Kicker

"Hi, welcome to the kicker. I'm Kyle Pope editor and publisher of the Columbia journalism review. This week, journalist and Twitter, so all of us who have been in the news business for any of the length of time have this kind of love hate relationship with social media, especially Twitter, which is where a lot of journalists live. On the one hand, there's an argument that it helps raise people's profile, but it's attention to work that wouldn't normally get attention that it can find sources. On the other hand, it can be a really toxic place, especially if you're a woman or a journalist of color. And so how do people navigate that? What a newsroom managers doing to help people navigate that. Really happy to be joined today by Jacob Nelson, who's an assistant professor at the Walter Cronkite school journalism, the mass communication that Arizona state university,.

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"school journalism" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"school journalism" Discussed on KOMO

"Olympics, Seeing a quick coating of snow here by to start next week, and the common Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clark County 43. Degrees in Seattle common whose time 12 36 The editor of the Spokesman Review newspaper, is defending his decision to attend yesterday's inauguration as the guest of Republican Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Our partner station in Spokane, Caixa Wise, been trying to get the congresswoman for an interview since the chaos of the capital, But they report her office is either ignored or declined those requests repeatedly. They did confirm that representative McMorris Rodgers guest yesterday was spokesman Review editor Rob Curly Curly, telling the station, the congresswoman's office. Reached out to them Monday to ask if they would like to see the inauguration. Curley says the paper paid for all of its own travel, hotel food costs and made clear before they went that they would write up whatever they wanted. It would not be a pro McMorris Rodgers piece. Curly did change the newspapers policy last fall after the spokesman endorsed Donald Trump for president. Saying at the time editorials were often written by the owner of the paper. That was old school journalism, he said, and wouldn't have a place any longer. That's cool. Most Carleen Johnson the editors piece in the paper today contains nothing about the congresswoman. It's actually about the extraordinary security measures and how cold it was. And the world's what he calls largest teleprompter that was facing President Biden. This wearing in a vice President Kamala Harris is an inspiration to many young women of color and women in general, come most Eric Heights reports. Harris is the first woman of color to take the oath of office for vice president of the United States. Ah Mari Marks a student at Washington State University, Vancouver, says it was an historic moment that transcends politics out of my family members reaching out to me and posting about How excited they are and what they're looking forward to in the next term of this presidency, So really joining in on that was like a positive experience to start the day off. Really metal him carefully is a student at the University of Portland today was They have hope and unity for America. So I'm really happy about that, Marx tells Que Tu you TV and Portland. She hopes the bite administration will live up to its promises, starting with getting the pandemic under control so that Americans can get back to work and school Eric Heights come on news. Millions of people watched and listened to the historic inauguration ceremony yesterday. Well, Suzanne Francaise, there were profound and powerful emotions expressed to her when she went around town, Toledo Paul is with the India Association of Western Washington and Redmond. So many glass ceilings were shattered. It signifies a lot for us as women as women of color as immigrant women for those in and around Seattle, a huge sense of relief, which is sort of a funny feeling that I think you People have felt on edge for four years. How did you feel watching it? Well, here here's here. Here's how I felt. So lan Just a sigh of relief. I I feel like we got our country back. I feel like democracy is back in its rightful place, and I can breathe a sigh of relief. Not that things are perfect. Absolutely No, But I believe we're in the right direction where my grandkids can have hope that they can make an impact and that they won't be held back. That's Bishop Original Weatherspoon, the senior US of the Mount Calvary Christian Center, speaking there with Cuomo's Suzanne Fun Police say Mountlake Terrace man jumped from a moving box truck and he left his young son in the passenger seat. The 36 year old man was driving on one 64th Street southwest toward the South bound I five on ramp in Lynwood on Saturday afternoon when he jumped out The Everett Herald reports, the truck rolled down a 5 to 10 Ft embankment and crashed. His wife, who was in another vehicle at the time saw him running. She picked him up and drove him back to the crash scene. State Patrol says the man told a trooper who asked him why he did that that he was quote out of his mind. Police say the man smelled of marijuana and admitted to smoking. Earlier in the day he was arrested for investigation of charges including hidden run, Do you y and reckless endangerment? The sun, whose age has not been released, had minor scrapes and was taken to the hospital. Frank Lindsay Co Moh news, someone whose time 12 40 it's time for an update on sports from the Beacon Plumbing. Sports desk. Notre Dame football put on a probation for improperly recruiting a Seattle player. Here's Bill. The NC double A's enforcement staff found a former Notre Dame football assistant.

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"school journalism" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"school journalism" Discussed on KOMO

"7 Good morning, It's 8 31 cloudy skies in Seattle. We've had some showers and the temperature right now is 41 degrees, along with Greg Herschel Time Mad. The factor of Near the top stories from the Coma. 24 7 News Center, The 7 37 Max Disasters remain on the mind of U. S Senator Maria Cantwell. Is she questions President Biden's nominee for transportation secretary. We get more on this from Cuomo's Corwin Hick, Cantwell. The seeking assurances from former South Bend, Indiana mayor and presidential candidate Pete Buddha judge that he'll continue to seek reforms in the federal certification system that approved the flawed design of the Boeing 7 37 Max. So I want to know that you will make the safety reforms at the F A, a a priority. I'm committed to doing so we need to make sure that engineers and the FAA are in the driver's seat when it comes to safety, and we'll be working right away to implement the legislation that you've advanced with regard to ensuring that we have every confidence and safety of the FAA, with the new Senate Democratic majority can't well soon will chair the Transportation and Commerce Committee. Today's confirmation hearing she presented Buddha judge with a laundry list of Washington state transportation priorities, including sound transit, light rail and a new high five bridge over the Columbia River. Corwin Hey CO Moh news, the editor of the spokesman, review newspaper, and Spokane is defending his decision to attend. Yesterday's inauguration is the guest of Republican congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers partner Station in Spokane, Caixa Wise, been trying to get the congresswoman for an interview since the chaos of the capital. They report her office is either ignored or declined those requests repeatedly. They did confirm that representative McMorris Rodgers. Guests yesterday was spokesman Review editor Rob Curly curly, telling the station. The congresswoman's office have reached out to them Monday to ask if they would like to see the inauguration. Curley says the paper paid for all of its own travel, hotel, food costs and Made clear before they went that they would write up whatever they wanted. It would not be a pro McMorris Rodgers piece. Curly did change the newspapers policy last fall after the spokesman endorsed Donald Trump for president, saying at the time editorials were often written by the owner of the paper. That was old school journalism, he said, and wouldn't have a place any longer Call Most Carleen Johnson of the editor wrote today. Nothing about the congresswoman. He wrote about the extraordinary security measures he saw how cold it was. And the world's largest teleprompter that President Biden used. Come on news time, a 34 and coming up. We've been buying more online and now have earned a national distinction. I'm Brian Calvert reporting from a room full of cardboard boxes. I'm Frank Lindsay. Police say a Mountlake Terrace man jumped out of a moving truck with his son inside. 34. That means traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Kierra, Jordan. We're working with slowing this morning North Chennai, five, traveling through to calm a city center and then some slowing again. Is your approaching highway 18. Crowd approaching state route 5 16 and then Seattle. Unfortunately,.

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"school journalism" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"school journalism" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Study. I don't know if we can how we feel about this, but 60% of Americans are fearing they will not see there see their loved ones this holiday season. Well, that's probably because we're right. Not maybe that number's too low. What was the number like 80%? Yeah. I mean, they want you to stay in your bubble. You know what I mean? Are you guys doing anything, are you? I don't think we are. I mean, we talked about we talked about. You know, you guys got tested like what? If Let's say my mom got tested on a Saturday and found out she was fine. Then? Yeah, come over, right. I mean is, do you think a lot of people are going to do that? I write. A lot of people are getting tested. Yeah, but that's I mean, it's so weird because I could say you get tested on a Saturday. Okay? You find out Sunday or Monday that you're good, But then you still have you know, Tuesday and Wednesday to get through, you could be super over. Careful where your mask if you have to, you know, go to a gym. I mean, you could do that. A lot of that's why the state's encouraging 18 to 35 year olds. To do it before they maybe go home or whatever may colleges or whatever it is. Yeah, yeah. I saw a headline today and I know I don't want to interrupt your stupid but it was that you know, people are using their negative test to go out and party again like I'm negative. Now I could go to the bar on and they're like, Well there. Please don't open till 10. You don't want to go to the bar that goes a 10. Which one is that? Mm. Oh, my gosh. Okay, here is another. I don't know if this is a study done or not, but quarantine hobbies. According to this, um, study. A lot of my stuff is, of course, all about this, but they're all studying everything covert in quarantine, but it may inspire one in three Americans to move Or change careers. I need your life change. I believe that because I think I read something today about how many people have during this time figured out had Ah ha moments or, you know, I could do this instead of this, you know when some people have had to be forced to change careers, because maybe they're industry has been completely shut down, right? Maybe they decided to go back to school or whatever it is, but I think this is forced a lot of people to take a look at what they do. And figure out if That's not going to be something I'm going to do. Long term. I'm gonna you know, pivot and go this way. All right? Yeah, that kind of makes sense, doesn't it? That would be a result of all of this. We've had a lot of time to reflect. Don't in for everybody works at home. Wow, a lot of work. Enjoy. I I've never had a headache at the end of any of our shows. And today I had a go at the end. I do not like broadcasting for my travel staging room. I mean, it's fine. But I'm gonna be real real happy to be back in the Steve. It's so different, isn't it? Oh, it's just so different. I know. All right, so all right, so that's it. That is what I got for studies. All right, we'll be right back. It's clean and Brad from a little thing you might know is the cleaning Bradley show on my talk. And after almost a decade of watching celebrities, we started to notice that what the celebrities want you to know, and what's really going on are not always the same thing. Right? So we've turned ourselves into pop culture detectives. We go deep in the shallow these Hollywood and celebrity stories, and we have so much fun doing it that we've decided to create a whole podcast devoted to it. And our debut episode is People magazine is a big fat scam. That's the real story behind People magazine's evolution from ACT. School journalism.

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"school journalism" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"school journalism" Discussed on KCRW

"He goes back to cutter and he's got this degree from USC, and all is well. He went back to cutter on. He is an officer in the country Security Service. But at some point that seem graduate student approached another school at USC, the Annenberg School journalism and said that Cage Kay was interested in the master's in public diplomacy program. Mom, and that's where he began a master's degree. However, when the semester began in believe, 2015 2016 the school learned that cage Kate wasn't actually going to be coming to campus. And the special dispensation was given. So he had to complete all classes from Vogtli a dispensation that had not been given before or since. I'm at least before this pandemic. So why would USC do all this? If they weren't getting a lot of money or any money from his family from cutter? Why would they've been over backwards to accommodate Cage? Kay? Stephanie the potential then nor Mr Nation. And I mean USC is known for very aggressive fundraising, especially under its far president. Think yes, I think that it's possible that USC thought they were embarking on a relationship with a Qatari royal family that would be mutually beneficial over the long term. Both sides tell us that in the end, no money, you know, there was no donation. USC didn't make out at all, and the family has criticized your reporting. Even saying that It was outright bigoted. Saying You wouldn't have written about this written like a story like this about a white student. Yes, we had been trying to reach representatives of cage care for several months, multiple lawyers and a P R firm. Eventually provided responses to our many questions and reporting findings that we shared with. Um Some of the responses, as they reported included, saying that we were Some of them were writing was hearsay. Or if it happened at all. It happened several years ago. And then the most recent statement he receives said exactly what you just said, which is Would we be writing about this? If it were a white student, and I think the college admission scandal is proof that we would and, well cage case, not a part of the college admission scandal we did receive it's hip. Could have been the aftermath of that, as people reconsidered the circumstances of his education and events that they had witnessed or were aware out. And any response from us see to all of this. A spokesperson for us the referred US to former president Aqui EST. Asked about the meeting between the Princess mom and I think there's a huge effort at USC right now to just turn the page on the past administration. They have a new president. Careful on. I know that the administration very much wants to stop talking about the things that happen in the past and start talking about their future. Harriet Ryan and Matt Hamilton of the Times. You could read their article about.

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"school journalism" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"school journalism" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Good evening I'm Felix Vega a case of video voyeurism in Pasco county has led to the arrest former GW Mitchell high school journalism teacher for more crimes he's accused of committing in two thousand eleven that secretly videotaping some of the students at his house during a pool party detectives discovered a memory card during their investigation of forty one year old Thomas Kovac will video recordings from nine years ago it from a hidden cameras set up in his bathroom that students years ago that reportedly served alcohol to several students at the party even leading several spend the night though none did sheriff's office says go back live at a home on rambling ridge court in palm harbor when the party occurred anyone else who may have been in that party is urged to call the Pasco county sheriff's office well Ford has taken measures to minimize the number of deaths in long term care facilities one big threat still remains staff members who may be infected but are not showing symptoms of the corona virus going around the Sanders is doubling down as efforts to get them tested to avoid a worst case scenario we have coarser having D. O. H. in these facilities and vector control staff testing the staff obviously is the major vector from bringing this sand the problem is is that some staff will come in they have no symptoms no fever the Santa says National Guard test teams are having to balance respecting the rights of some residents of patients who do not want to be tested all staff members are required to do so concerns over the spread of the coronavirus abruptly cancelled St Pete Grand Prix in March and now the race will return earlier than first thought instead of opening the Indy car racing season the Firestone Grand Prix of St Pete will be the last race of the.

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Florida high school teacher charged with secretly recording students at pool party

PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Florida high school teacher charged with secretly recording students at pool party

"A case of video voyeurism in Pasco county has led to the arrest former GW Mitchell high school journalism teacher for more crimes he's accused of committing in two thousand eleven that secretly videotaping some of the students at his house during a pool party detectives discovered a memory card during their investigation of forty one year old Thomas Kovac will video recordings from nine years ago it from a hidden cameras set up in his bathroom that students years ago that reportedly served alcohol to several students at the party even leading several spend the night though none did sheriff's office says go back live at a home on rambling ridge court in palm harbor when the party occurred anyone else who may have been in that party is urged to call the Pasco county sheriff's

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Midnight Express: The True Story of Billy Hayes

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

08:06 min | 2 years ago

Midnight Express: The True Story of Billy Hayes

"My next guest is a a writer and actor and a director his Book Midnight Express the movie by the same name each iconic in their own right a belated happy new year and a big thank. Thank you for taking some time to my next guest. Billy Hayes Billy. Thanks for being on the show today. Pleasure indeed a good happy new year to you and all of them too. Yeah and I have to say I just I I look at your life in. There's it's the ultimate word. Why start so the one part of your life? I couldn't find anywhere and I know about Marquette Marquette. I know about journalism I know about Smart Guy. How `bout before? That born New York Long Island Kid. Tell me something in between green and I could fill in that gap of time will. I was actually born in the Bronx and I live there for the first seven years of my life and then my dad was actually born in the Bronx. Lived there too so we had a lot of history and I one of about seven. Dad moved out to the suburbs of Long Island. Because the Bronx does get into a really the tough place and he didn't want me to go bad for prize. I grew up in Babylon and I loved. It was a wonderful place. The girl it's by the ocean by the beach. I ended up becoming a nice to swim like a like a CEO. And I became a lifeguard. They used to lifeguard at the beaches over the nets for me. That was everything after lifeguard is pretty much downhill. That's the pinnacle of life. You're making three eighty five an hour back then. which was don mazy about money? I'd go to the I go to work on my motorcycle in my flip flops. Them work at the beach and I just. I love that and then off off to college college off at times. I've heard you say this. And I was born in seventy three but oftentimes I hear you. You talk about this and I I can only imagine what it's like but I get the point because I feel like the seventies and eighties could apply to this to some degree boy. The sixty seem like time to be to grow up into the time to be living living in a massive difference between what we're going through today. Yeah well again. I feel very lucky. I'm obviously kind of prejudice. Since I I did go through this exercise born forty seven so I became a teenager in nineteen sixty so literally those of my formative years and I I love the sixties again. College High School was Great. Life is life is so easy for me growing up. A Long Island is a great place to be. I was so lucky to have wonderful wonderful parents than it was. Everything was easy until it wasn't but I love the sixties it. It sort of changed for me. Everything turned around in one. One Thousand Nine hundred seventy obviously with getting arrested and then halfway through the seventies. It flipped again when when. I'm lucky I'm really lucky. What I've not really really lucky up until about nineteen seventy that I wasn't I don't there's so much that we're GONNA get into act asking if it's none of my business then you just tell me that can handle? How did you have a great report with mom and Dad? Is that something you really close to them. Growing up as a bond. Yeah so that's why I didn't even realize how lucky I was until I saw the folks another kid soon realized you know there are people who they don't even like the Paris the people who hate the parasite. I can't understand that that makes me so sad to think that people don't have that link because I was really lucky guy. My Dad was solid. Did he know he grew up in the Bronx. He worked at Metropolitan Life Insurance for forty two years. You're talking about a solid steady dude and kept working his way up the ladder. He was the guy who everybody depended upon and turn to for decisions he was very rational logical and he always told the truth and I was so so lucky to have him as a father and my mother was just pleaded no the world too much all. She knew his people and love so I had it so good and I think their support and their kind of teaching the things for myself and to stand on my own two feet helped me in good stead when things got that unfortunately I force them to be part of that whole thing which was the worst part of prisons putting them in jail with me but they gave me such a good background than I had such good support at home home so I knew I wasn't alone inside guys who are in prison and they don't have anybody they don't have anybody that they can depend on the outside coup. That's really yeah. Yeah and that would make a lot of sense and you know you gotTa Marquette Gray. School journalism is is there anything in particular that fuels that for you bill years something that you know what. Let's see where this goes. I know you wanted to experience life. You WanNa get the most out of your travel around one point but what what spurs that. I just always wanted to be a writer. I could read before I ever went to school. My Dad taught me to read and write and stuff. I don't know how old I was but I never. I can't remember time I couldn't read. I always read. I love books. I love the the magic of books and things and just I thought I'd love to be a writer. I mean you don't have to wear any particular close. You can dress the way you like. Nobody tells you what to do. You GotTa right so I started but I've always wanted to do that. So Marquette the edge of going to a journalism school was a big factor for me and it was a Catholic like school which dad liked I was raised. The Catholic Church separated it about reason puberty like this. None of this digital men in the Sky Sky Works for you. Okay but please but I went to the school anyway because that phone numbers are good choice and I loved everything I read about it and at that time I used to India fisherman. I used to get up every morning. Like four am and go fish for trout and stuff. After April first in the season and Marquette was up in Milwaukee and I would read field and Stream magazine and feel this wonderful fishing in Milwaukee. I always thought for some reason. I'd like to go there and got there and of course you know how many times I went fishing fishing once you get to college like this stuff to do this. All those women life never fished marquette a great school because they had they provided a good education and I actually got to like it quite a bit. It's really I mean a lot of details. Second have you ever gone back there to speak at all. Yeah actually I escaped in the seventy five came out seventy eight somewhere around there. Seventy we seven summer. I'd have to look at it. The actually I got an invitation by some kid at Marquette to come and speak at the school and micro I I would. How did you get my home phone back in those days? I tried not to have that happen science. So many weird things with phones people golden and such but this the kid finds me back to Marquette and I got to speak at the One of the local theaters where they used to also have classes and in a special two for one knight's on a Friday Friday night. You and you with your date and such so I got to go back and gre- connect and for the first time in a while. Tell my story and I got to say to the Marquette crowd and some of my old friends were there so it was a nice reconnection and it started out actually in doing a series of lectures which I did a hundred and thirty lectures over. What about maybe three year? Three year period. Three eighty six The midnight express experience. I'm sorry a Hollywood and beyond did it all across the country and all across Canada and that I loved because I love colleges and the energies are college school so I got a chance to speak can tell the story and you know it's it's weird. Had always has been therapeutic for me to talk about all list of like I said most most guys coming out of prison. Don't tell the world I just been five years in jail Blah Blah

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"school journalism" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

08:30 min | 3 years ago

"school journalism" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Contradicting news. When it comes to, oh, thing, all the guarding health food, exercise, and you may just not know from day to day are as good dairy, but all these things, so we are talking a little bit about a health at a fake news epidemic. A fake health news epidemic. All in all with our Dr Michael Mantell joining us again and glad to have you here every week and you are the author of the link is what you think most recently, and the classic don't sweat, the small stuff PS is also stuff, and we always appreciate your expertise from Oprah America trends. Yeah. Okay. So what's not small stuff. Are these fake news headline? Okay. Drive people to spend more search more and then mistrust, their doctors. Right. Because, you know, you go to web, d and first of all, you think you've got a bunch of diseases, you. But then you thinking about of men, your doctor. You have cures. The doctor doesn't know about now I made a slide of the new medical school certificate, and there, it is known university of medicine doctor hip, he people are going to say they're going to say American medicine ignores, natural things, and the things that the pharmaceuticals companies in the FDA wanna push aren't necessarily the best things. So you're not necessarily talking about Louis. Listen want to the second slide because that's also there you go. So fisa bottle of Sova steam, the research says, if you take, you know. Onion slices in your socks. You'll detoxify actually read that. Yeah. Dogs, epi turmeric, eliminate the not work better than Prozac candy. Keep kids from getting overweight dandelions, and we'd does not. You're. I have people that swear by sting swirl you want. I wanna we'll get into that. And then, of course, coffee Animas detox body of some people buy that and some people were added. I just read a study this morning. This is amazing that exercise makes you happier than money. How much money? Good question. How much money do you? Exercises. All. You're right. They ask people in the last thirty days, how many times have you felt mentally, on well, you're laughing, I started laughing, too, but the headline is for member exercise makes you happy, my last three days and then the compared whether or not you exercise a lot and how much money you have what they found is that people who exercise. I gotta get this straight our report being happier. That is less mentally unwell than people who don't exercise, but may twenty five thousand dollars a year, more okay, interesting. However, we don't know whether that's so report is accurate Fisher what if it was twenty six thousand dollars a year? But this gross headline exercise makes you happy, the money. So fortunately, one out of three Americans say, I don't believe he's crazy. Headlines if it's too absurd. I don't buy it. I love that. You're talking about this back and chase school journalism school. One of the things we had to read a book called how to lie with statistics, and I just all the time because, you know, people ask leading questions depending on what side of the aisle, they're on. And so I love the you're breaking this down a little bit for us today, and helping us be better critical thinkers, the World Health Organization came out with a big study that showed that by exercising more and eating better, and drinking less and voiding tobacco and maintaining healthy blood pressure surprised. I remember all that. That you could slow the progression of dementia. Okay. That's very good. Right. It also happens to be the same five things at Harvard University. A couple years ago, said, gives you on Jedi, but the headline in the media was World, Health Organization shows, you had our prevent dementia. That wasn't what they said. They said that these activities will help slow the progression. The headline from the World Health Organization for the media media. They didn't go to j school. Or maybe they did lot of a lot of them didn't. And so, you know, we see all kinds of examples of this all over the place. And, you know whether I might child stopped eating dairy now doesn't get sick. Dairy must be the thing that I've got to follow their misguided misleading mistaken. Misquoted information and our health is resting on it. It's back and forth between your expertise in my background to reporting the news. And we know that people want when you're writing a headline when you're writing a tease as they call it for a segment. Coming up, what's going to grab their attention prevent dementia? No, not at all. We just have to do better because people are really, really sick of it. So now what before social media has we're ready to check you out in the. So we would look at the magazines that had this screaming headlines. Oh, yeah. Right. That's what they do. We understand that these are click beat these thrust the hit that button. What does that say? And the average person does not dig in and look at the statistics. Here's another one. This new medicine says it cuts heart attack rate by fifty percent. Really Dr Jones, I read about this. I wanna take medicine. Well, here's the problem. The control group headed to percent risk of heart attack that a smaller risk anyway, to start with cut it by fifty percent which means they cut it by one percent. Taking medication that has absolute value one percent. So you're it's fake about correlation material. You know, people who cheese die of sheets, choking them around the neck, what? No, it's a correlation doesn't imply causation the best. One of that is that as ice cream sales increase in your city. The homicide rate increases must be the ice cream fell about how about the warm weather and more people are out and about. So they're more victims out about say there's hire crime when, when it's hot is that always true is just such a because more people out about they, it's not the ice cream sales. But if you're in journalism, journalists your member of the associated health, journalism pro, you know. You're gonna pay big price. We have some slides to show people, I think they'll find very interesting. This is great. I was watching a commercial for a jellyfish product. And at the end of the whole commercial said these statements up into the food and Drug administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat cure, her prevent the why am I taking it? Everyone knows you have to say that legally for just about everything. So people can wonder, well what is it that for real medicine? I'm that's pushing real medication here. I'm just saying let's make sure the audience is wiser, the next believe it or not. You can't read everything on the internet and believe it. Is that right? New pill reverses memory loss, in an amazing way. If you really want carefully Daniel ward, senior, I don't know, you sir associated health press, there is no such thing that's an advertisement. Little small letters at the south, exactly. And we have others will talk a little bit more about the keys buyer beware talking about the fake health news epidemic. There's such a great topic. Dr man, we're going to be back right after this with more on how to decipher what just might be a big fat lie, fake news. Back.

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"school journalism" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

Cap It!@Lindenwood

08:51 min | 3 years ago

"school journalism" Discussed on Cap It!@Lindenwood

"We want your here it is what day is today. I'm so confused. It's may twenty. West. It is Wednesday. Okay. It's hump day has gnarly. We take on Thursdays. But it's so crazy around you some of the, there's lots of changes going on, so welcome. Welcome to cap it on a Wednesday. You know cap. It is really has a strong mission. And that is to increase the transparency that has everything to do with e doctoral students and completing the dissertation. So yes, that we're so excited. We're on the road. Today. We're on the road out of off. That's really awesome. Because it looks really crazy right now even under construction. So excited to be out of there and in the Larkin in the writing Wayne center with Atta leave. It is a beautiful writing such bad wonder if he would see some really snazzy furniture coal cheers like. School. So welcome Susan. How are you? Thank you. Hey. A little bit about yourself and how you. Well. I. I started out. I got my bachelors in mass communication, at northeast, Missouri state university what it What was. it was. The Truman state. Yes, and it was there were a lot of very flat gray days. And so I did mass communication minor in English in secondary. Because my goal was to teach high school journalism advertising. Along with English. And so I did my student teaching and it, it didn't go as well as I planned. So I thought, well, that's okay. I can work on my mass communications. So I worked in the communication field for five years doing marketing research. I did focus groups and. And recommendations? And, and then I thought you know, I need to go back to teaching I'm a firm believer that teaching is a calling. And if you don't answer the phone.

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"school journalism" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"school journalism" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Or if you want clear, equality, and used as core colonize dischord, L dot FM. Look at this IB totally unrelated become aware of this today. I have kept all of the show notes since I officially took over the show. That's that's several weeks of notes there. It goes all the way back to. March twelfth. Oh my yeah, that's that's way back. Yeah, it does. I'm so I've decided I'm going to keep them indefinitely. I don't know to what end because it's all catalog anyway, but I think it's neat, you can wallpaper your bedroom with them. I don't want. My handwriting's white too, small. It would just be a mess. Oh my God. It would be such a mess out. Yeah. Okay. So what's funny and chat today? Somebody asked if animate is turning kids trans. So I said, not that I know of but Bush, Shonen dudes are hot. And that maybe laugh when I stopped to think about what I just said. So anyway, this prime court on Monday order today. I, I guess, for the for the long term prospects of the article is good to do that. But it it would be more helpful. And what's an old school journalism thing, the reason I do that is because when they write the article, it's written because it will it was supposed to be published in the following day's newspaper. That's true. So that's, that's why they do that. Well, they ordered a lower court to reconsider whether hundreds of lawsuits against pharmaceutical company can move forward. Now, this is not unlike the. Article headlines suggest says the supreme court tells us out, they rolling allowing lawsuits, I guess drug manufacturer. Yeah. Mine is completely the opposite of what that first paragraph. Yeah. That's not exactly what happened. They sent it back said reconsider this. So they may reconsider it and send it right. Back to the supreme court, does the same likely, but they Justice unanimously ruled that the third circuit court of appeals should revisit its prior ruling allowing for the legal challenges..

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"school journalism" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"school journalism" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Good dairy, but all these things, so we are talking a little bit about a health, fake news, epidemic of fake health news, epidemic all, in all with our Dr Michael Mantell joining us again. So glad to have you here every week and you are the author of the link is what you think most recently, and the classic belts. What the small stuff is all small stuff. And we always appreciate your expertise from Oprah America. Trends. Okay. So what's not small stuff. Are these fake news headlines? Okay. Drive people to spend more, search more and then mistrust doctors, right? They Google it or go to web MD. And I think you've got a bunch of diseases you. But then you thinking then your doctor you have cures. The doctor doesn't know about now. I made a slide of the new medical school certificate. There it is. No university of medicine. Dr hip, people are going to say they're going to say American medicine ignores, natural things, and the things that the pharmaceuticals companies and the FDA wanna push aren't necessarily the best things, but you're not necessarily talking about. I want to the second slide because that's also there you go. Selfish bottle of Sova steam research says if you take. Put. Onion slices in your socks. You'll detox your by actually read that yeah, exactly turmeric lemonade. Doesn't that work better than Prozac candied in keep kids from getting overweight Dand allied? And we'd does not boost your immune. People that swear by you can swirl you want. I wanna we'll get into that, of course coffee detox body, though. Some people swear by that too, and some people swear added. But I just read a study this morning mazing that exercise makes you happier than money. How much money good question how much money, do you think? Okay. Exactly right. They ask people in the last thirty days, how many times have you felt mentally on well. You're laughing, I started laughing, too, but the headline is for member exercise makes you happy in the last three days and then they compared whether or not you exercise, a lot at how much money you have what they found is that people who exercise I gotta get this straight our report being happier. That is less mentally unwell than people who don't exercise, but make twenty five thousand dollars a year. More okay, interesting. However, we don't know whether that's so report is accurate. What if it was twenty six thousand dollars a year? But this gross headline exercise makes you happy, the money. So fortunately, one out of three Americans say, I don't believe he's crazy headlines if it's too absurd. I don't buy it. I love that. You're talking about this, because back in school journalism school, one of the things we had to read a book called how to lie with statistics, and I just all the time, because people ask leading questions, depending on what side of the aisle, they're on. And so I love your breaking this down a little bit for us today, and helping us be better critical thinkers, the World, Health Organization came out with a big study that showed that by exercising more and eating better and drinking less, and avoiding tobacco and maintaining healthy blood pressure surprised I can remember all that. That you could slow the progression of dementia. Okay. That's very good. Right. It also happens to be the same five things that Harvard University a couple years ago said..

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"school journalism" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"school journalism" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Points. The NASDAQ is down three and the SNP also down three points gold twelve hundred seventy nine ounce and oil is at sixty five eighty four a barrel. Here's your first alert weather forecast. Sunny and hot today with highs once again in the eighties and nineties cooler seventies at the coast high pressure begins to break down tomorrow. Allowing for gradual cooling down to the seventies for everyone and a return of low clouds as we head to the weekend. I'm meteorologist chinaman ULA with NBC four today. Sixty three degrees right now in Newport Beach at sixty nine in both Santa Ana and brea and in lapoma, it's seventy degrees. We lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Monica Ricks. Gary and Shannon. The stories that keep coming out and their devastating one. After another one woman who survived the Easter bombings at those churches and hotels lost her son, her daughter, her husband her sister in law and two nieces in the attack at Saint Sebastian's church. There is an interesting argument going on at a high school journalism class up in northern California. The students want to write an article about one of the high school students that is involved in what they refer to as adult entertainment. How is that student involved? What do you mean? There was a student in.

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"school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"And how assassins creed is going to help rebuild Notre Dame? It's all coming up next on Twitter. Casts. You love from people you trust. This is tweet. This is to this week in Google episode five hundred four recorded Wednesday, April seventeenth twenty nineteen Jilava in Peru's ya with Greg this week in Google is brought to you by gram early. Gramley a communication tool that helps people improve their writing to be mistake. Free clear and affective start writing confidently by going to Gramley dot com slash twig and get twenty percents off a Gramley premium account today, and by WordPress. Turn your dreams into reality. Launcher website at WordPress dot com. Get fifteen percent off any new plan at WordPress dot com slash tweak. It's time for tweet this week in Google show recover the latest from the Google verse. And boy who this is going to be the week. That was joining us. Of course, Jeff Jarvis welcome. Were you here last week is I was I was I want. Oh, good. Jason Hal for Fillon that I missed you before that because I was travelling so. He's. He's supposed to do this Jeff Hart. He's the Leonard tap, professor. For journalistic innovation at the Craig Newmark graduate school journalism at the City University of New York, buzzmachine dot com..

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"school journalism" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"school journalism" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Online shopping behavior after having a few drinks, it turned out that people who've been drinking spend on average four hundred dollars a year in online purchases while intoxicated. Most of the. Drunk money went to Amazon, which got eighty five percent of the plastered purchases. Ebay got twenty one percent of the buzzed business while at sea scored twelve percent of the inebriated commerce. My high school journalism teacher used to call literally cheap journalistic trick. Santa cruz. Residents are proud of a new horror movie that was filmed in their city. The film us features several locations throughout the city and county, including the Santa Cruz beach boardwalk. There's also a car explosion scene where burn marks still remain on the roadway us tops. The weekend box office was seventy million dollars North American ticket sales that is the highest grossing debut for an original horror film rapper. Dr dre getting some heat on social media after bragging about his daughters. Acceptance into USC so sit back, relax. The legendary lyricist from competent posted a photo on Instagram with his daughter and her acceptance letter to the university of southern California over the weekend evoked fun at the parents who reportedly paid bribes to get their kids into some of the best schools in the nation fans quickly pointed out that dre and one of his producers handed over seventy million dollars donation to the school second twenty thirteen. We sort of did pay to get her in a since deleted the post. Jayson Campadonia NBC News Radio. Four fifty seven at radio K F B K. Kitty O'Neil has the day off. I'm Mike.

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"school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"school journalism" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Nineteen and Louis know what you think? It's time for twig this week in Google gets the show with the weird music. I'm Leo LaPorte. That's Jeffrey Jarvis. He's a professor of journalistic innovation at the Craig Newmark graduate school journalism said in university, New York. Hello. Hello. Hello allow you got your back to be back going somewhere, fun go. Yeah. It seems like I was on a plane. Yes. Last week at this time. We're going to L A just for client meetings. Okay. Boesen rosen. That's that's speaking of schmoozing and boozer Nair as Stacey Higginbotham. She is Stacey on IOT Showalter t-shirts as he plays. Leo, say, hey. Let's see breakfast tacos. I love you. And she's serious when she says that she's serious. She she introduced us at south by last year to the magic of the Austin breakfast, taco also delicious. Can't find those in Seattle. They will know why talking about I I'll make I'll that's my new goal. I'm going to stop twit or twig, and I'm going to start opening my own breakfast, taco stand. What do you think they're going to want kale and sushi on it, you you you could you could or you could just to hire Dana Perino to make you a case. So. Oh, there we go. Did you see this during the Super Bowl? This is the hot Twitter feed during the Super Bowl. Dana Perino, former Bush spokesperson and Fox News. Currently Fox News commentator posted a picture of. Well, she says it's case. So it's a crock pot with that crested kind of cheese thing in there. Then look that good and Chile can Carney is what it looks. I don't know what it is. Anyway, she's the I think the mistakes you made was the very terse caption, which is I made caso somehow it captured the. The imagination of a great. Well, didn't it? Yeah. Really Twitter meant wild. Here's here's one I made caso. It's a slice of craft American cheese in a bowl. That's it. Really? I will I will say are you ready for this velveeta in rotel those go together? So those are the case. But I mean, I would have accepted that Chris hooks tweet. I made case, oh, it's the famous blood elevators scene from the shining. I made. So I don't know what this is going to be. Oh god. It's melting face from raiders in the lost ark. Okay. It's blunt. I got. Yeah. Uh-huh. And the patent Oswald. I think kicked it off with a kind of medieval picture of hell. So it was it was that was more interested in the Super Bowl. Let's be honest. Oh that Twitter. I don't follow. But thank goodness. What were you doing on Twitter? I've decided that if anything really of moment happens at Twitter, I'll probably read about it everywhere else since Twitter seems to be the most covered. In two thousand twenty first century. That's that's true. It's this proportionate. I think although funnel. I mean. There's there's a lot of people lot of famous people. I don't know. Yeah. All right. It's not mainstream media, but the media is never covered like mainstream opinions, right? I saw I had an argument with far Montjeu. We talked about this last week. He wrote a a piece in the New York Times never tweet. He said journalists should get off Twitter. Now, did he say read Twitter or merely shouldn't they should they should they should lurk? And but it but it implied to get off. And then I wrote a piece of response, and then we were both on a CNBC. Podcast. What why am I struggling to find the word podcasts on a podcast? What do they call those things ox? They start with really bad music. And then we went back and forth. And it was it was friendly enough. And then journal on. Yeah. Came on and yelled at the Jared linear is is hates the deer technology. He's but the irony is he was the king of three D of VR was all these people in a years ago. Yeah. It's like it's like Roger McNamee mcnamee's on the way to Palo Alto. Yeah. Yeah. Meanwhile, you know, he's made most of his money on palm of all things. I went to school with Roger. So I know he's hated Google forever. Never tweet. I kind of agree with as you know. This is an old column..

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