35 Burst results for "School Teacher"

The National Teacher's Union Has Gone Too Far With Woke Sexuality

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:06 min | 2 months ago

The National Teacher's Union Has Gone Too Far With Woke Sexuality

"The national teachers, unions, LGBTQ+ caucus, has created a website and a badge for public school employees that promotes non binary identities, basically a how to guide for queer sex and the idea that transgender men can get pregnant. So there are reports out now that the national education association, and its local affiliate and Hilliard Ohio. Have been providing the staff in the Hilliard city school district with this QR code enabled badges, which point to the NEA LGBTQ+ caucus website. And resources from gender activist organizations, including Scarlett, sex, et cetera, gender spectrum, the Trevor project, and teen health source. And one of these linked resources teen health sources queering sexual education promises to empower youth and also includes a how to guide for performing anal sex and bondage and renting and domination, sadomasochism, muffin, and fisting. The materials are extremely graphic, explaining how to do these things, for example, how to put a whole hand into a person's vagina or butt, now listen. This is not a fringe organization. The NEA is the largest teachers union in the country, represents more than 3 million public school teachers in all 14,000 local school districts and it's been captured by radical gender theory and its perverse sexual ideology.

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NYT Poll Asks If You're OK With Teachers Transing Your Kids

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:23 min | 2 months ago

NYT Poll Asks If You're OK With Teachers Transing Your Kids

"Here's the question of the pollster. Do you support or oppose allowing public school teachers to provide classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity to children in elementary school? Now, do you believe that that's fairly worded? I do. If you're for it, you're for it, if you're against it, you're against it. Allowing public school teachers to provide classroom instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity to children in elementary school. There you go. So my dear listener and watcher for that matter. What do you think the polls result as a New York Times poll? New York Times Siena, I don't know what's in it, but slash Sienna. So it's a polling company I presume. New York Times Siena poll. What do you think, what percentage of Americans do you think support teaching gender identity and instruction on gender identity and sexual orientation to children elementary school?

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FDA Warns Against NyQuil Chicken TikTok Challenge

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:58 min | 2 months ago

FDA Warns Against NyQuil Chicken TikTok Challenge

"From the hill dot com and also from CNN, they're saying now that people are cooking chicken in NyQuil. What in the world? Come on. They're literally stewing the chicken. They're marinating the chicken in NyQuil. What you take for the, you know, if you're not feeling very well. I don't know anybody who likes the taste of medicine by itself, let alone as a marinade for chicken. It's beyond me, but apparently this is something happening on the social media. Nothing good ever happens on TikTok. I'm telling you. Nothing ever. This is just like the tide pod all over again challenge. That's exactly what it is. But I mean, on TikTok, all you have are lesbian and transgender school teachers and people who marinate chicken and NyQuil. And eat tide pods. That's pretty much it. So now the FDA is warning people do not marinate your chicken in NyQuil. And they're saying that people could literally die if they marinate their chicken in liquid NyQuil. The fact that some people think this is okay, shows that our country is doomed currently. I've never seen anything like this. Again, NyQuil, this is the nighttime step police sneezing, aching, stuffy head fever, so you can rest medicine. And for the record, if you want to do anything with chicken, you have to marinate it in a lovely bath of buttermilk and hot sauce. You salt and pepper in the chicken, you dredge it in the Martha white flour, and then you put it in a cast iron skillet filled with peanut oil. That is how you prepare your chicken. That is good. You don't drench it in NyQuil. Yuck. I mean, what's next? Sudafed souffle? Benadryl brownies, grace baker. What about a Tylenol turnover? Ew. You know, you're making me lose my lunchtime appetite.

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Jim Jordan: Herschel Walker Is Right About Have to Address Crime

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Jim Jordan: Herschel Walker Is Right About Have to Address Crime

"Know, congressman, one of the things Herschel Walker said, and there were a couple of things that really brought the crowd to their feet. One he talked about this issue of how the Democrats are trying to divide us along racial lines. And he said their reality is where all the same black, white, Hispanic, it doesn't matter. We all want the same things for our families. And one of the things that really caused people to erupt with applause is he said, we want to be able to live in a peaceful community. And this crime issue that has infected our nation is insane. No, you're exactly right. The terrible situation in Memphis, the school teacher without for went out for a run in our own neighborhood. The idea then now in Maryland, you have a county that's actually under curfew because crime is so bad. And I think right here in our nation's capital, we had a Washington commander's football player who was shot when they tried to take his car and he simply out for dinner. So people get that we have went from safe street to record levels of crime in every major urban area. So it's rehearsals exactly right when he talks about that. That issue and again, the Democrats are the party that are defund the police and let people know bail that let people out, not prosecute people who do violent things. So I think the country understands that and I think it's going to be a big motivator for people on November 8th. You

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Too Soon for Sex Education

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:09 min | 2 months ago

Too Soon for Sex Education

"I have been around the attack. Which means nothing to me. That's not true. It means something to me. I think it back. That was, I know what I meant to say, but I didn't say it accurately. I've been roundly attacked for my last column on how women are doing disproportionately large amount of damage to this country. And specifically in what they're doing to what children. With 70 5% of teachers, female 92% of kindergarten teachers female and 85% of librarians female. And if you think that elementary school teachers are doing a service to 5 8 5 and 8 year olds by talking to them about being non binary, that there are more than two sexes, why the word sex should even enter a discussion with a 5 year old or an 8 year old from a teacher. I was always against sex education. Decades,

Seattle teachers on strike over pay, staffing issues

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Seattle teachers on strike over pay, staffing issues

"Seattle canceled its first day back at school after teachers voted to strike Public school teachers in Seattle voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike over issues that include pay mental health support and staffing ratios The district has offered a pay raise and one time bonuses for certain certifications while the union says it's opposing efforts to trim support for special education students and dual language learners Union president Jennifer madder says no one wanted to strike but educators felt they couldn't go back to the way things have been 75% of the membership cast ballot 95% of them said yes to a strike there was not a tentative agreement in place In an email to parents the district said it was optimistic the bargaining teams will come to a positive solution I'm Jennifer King

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Memphis police ID body of abducted jogger Eliza Fletcher

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Memphis police ID body of abducted jogger Eliza Fletcher

"Police in Memphis Tennessee have identified the body of a school teacher who went missing while jogging early last Friday Memphis authorities now say a body that drew a large police presence on Monday during an exhaustive search is that of Eliza Fletcher a 34 year old teacher and the granddaughter of an area hardware tycoon Police say she was kidnapped while jogging forced into an SUV around 4 a.m. Friday The suspect 38 year old Cleo abdin was arraigned today on aggravated kidnapping tampering with evidence theft and other charges the judge scheduled an additional hearing for Wednesday where he will now face charges including first degree murder Marshall's arrested absent on Saturday after his DNA was found on a pair of sandals near where the victim was last seen The vehicle used was linked to a home where he was staying Has a record he was 16 years old in 2000 when he kidnapped a man at gunpoint and was released from prison less than two years ago I'm Jennifer King

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Utah Teacher Creates Classroom Built for ‘Non-White Students’

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Utah Teacher Creates Classroom Built for ‘Non-White Students’

"From Utah, William pin elementary school, teacher there is building her classroom into a non it's a space for non white kids. Take a listen. So for the first time in my life, I'm going to be teaching at a majority white school. And I'm kind of interested to see how students and parents react to my classroom or if they even notice anything about it. Because it's built for non white students. And what I mean by that is like if you look around and you interact with some of the materials I have, you'll notice that there's no white kids represented in that, so just on that very first level of multicultural education. And I don't think like my new students will mind, but not a single white face there. Same with my coloring pages. I have a big stack of coloring pages that students can use and not a single one with a person on it depicts a white person or character. Because I just kept looking for pages for them that they'd relate to. And then the only Disney princesses I have are Mulan and Moana because they're some of my favorites. And coincidentally, they are not white. Then another thing is my classroom library. Of course, literature is kind of dominated by straight cis, white men. So there is a good deal of that in my. In my books, but it is overpowered now from all the books that I've been purchasing to add on to my library. That depict a lot of diverse peoples,

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Kyrsten Sinema Is BIG Beneficiary of Private Equity Lobbying Machine

The Trish Regan Show

01:44 min | 3 months ago

Kyrsten Sinema Is BIG Beneficiary of Private Equity Lobbying Machine

"Let's dig in to what kyrsten sinema just actually did. Or maybe I should back up for a second and tell you how much money she gets from the private equity industry. Oh, turns out, individuals within the private equity industry. Accounted for more than $500,000 worth of donations made up 10% of her individual donors club. In the last cycle, and now it looks like this whole drama over her not signing anything, not going along with it. Oh, it was just over how much money they're allowed to really get paid and how much the IRS is going to go after them. So we get the IRS saying they're going to put $80 billion towards the hiring of tens and tens of thousands of new IRS agents to go after everyday Americans. Kyrsten sinema ensured that the private equity industry would continue to be able to pay less as a percentage basis of taxes for their income tax than school teachers, firefighters, or any of the administrative personnel that happens to work for them. I mean, yeah. That's what's happening in Washington, D.C.. You should be disgusted. I'm disgusted. Let me tell you a little more about Kirsten cinema and how much money she's getting individual donations, as I said, totaling more than $500,000 for a half a $1 million in campaign donations all from private equity individuals, including $54,900 from executives at KKR, 35,000 from Carlisle, 27,300 from Apollo 24,500 from crow holdings 23,300 from riverside.

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DC & NYC Mayors Suddenly Unhappy About Illegal Aliens Coming In

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:53 min | 4 months ago

DC & NYC Mayors Suddenly Unhappy About Illegal Aliens Coming In

"Muriel Bowser, who is the big time left wing mayor of Washington D.C. and a big proponent of sanctuary cities, along with Eric Adams, the left wing mayor of New York, who's also a big proponent of sanctuary cities. They're not thrilled these days because Texas governor Greg Abbott said, okay, you love the idea of illegal aliens coming into the United States? We've got a lot of them here in Texas. They're flowing across the border every single solitary day. They are simply doing terrible, terrible things to our infrastructure. I mean, I don't mean they're out there pulling up roads or such, but there's not enough infrastructure. There's not enough school teachers, not enough school buildings. I love healthcare. The rest of it. So Greg Abbott said, well, here's what we're going to do. We're going to send some of these folks your way. And so Texas governor Greg Abbott has been sending buses filled with illegal aliens to Washington, D.C., and to New York, and all of a sudden, all of a sudden these major proponents of sanctuary cities, these folks who are just thrilled with every goofy left wing policy there is, now they're saying, well, this is problematic. It's a real drain on our infrastructure. You don't say. Because I could have sworn governor Abbott said that. I could have sworn that there were mayors on the border who said that. But now it's happening in Washington D.C.. Now it's a crisis. But what does mural Bowser wants? Mural Bowser isn't saying, oh yeah, we ought to secure that border. Absolutely. I've reevaluated. No, no, no. She says, well, we just need more help from the federal government.

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Over 180 Educators Face Charges for Child Sex Crimes So Far in 2022

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:09 min | 4 months ago

Over 180 Educators Face Charges for Child Sex Crimes So Far in 2022

"According to the post millennial, over a hundred age 80, educators face charges for child sex crimes so far in 2022. Over a 180 teachers in grades K through 12 have been arrested on charges relating to child sex crimes in 2022 alone. The charges faced by four principles among others ranged from raping children to child pornography. One teacher in June received a 50 year sentence for sexually assaulting a 7 year old student and then conspiring to kill him. In total, they were four principles, a 153 teachers, 12 teachers aides, and 12 substitute teachers. In April, a Florida middle school teacher was found guilty of sexual battery of a child. A high school choir teacher was charged with 9 counts of criminal sexual assault of students. A Missouri teacher faced an investigation for alleged sexual relationship with the student. And a Seattle teacher was charged with sexually molesting a student. There are only a few of the 181 educators charged with crimes. These are only a few of the 181 educators with crimes against students. And you know what sick? That's a small percentage probably what's actually happening.

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How Parents Can Become Great Teachers With Kirk Cameron

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 6 months ago

How Parents Can Become Great Teachers With Kirk Cameron

"I mean, a lot of parents say, oh, my kids will become socially awkward. They want, but also other parents say, I can't possibly become a teacher. Talk about how you navigate that through the film and how parents actually they're able to teach more than they think. Yeah. Well, first of all, I'd like to say Charlie that I love teachers and teachers have such an important job. They make a difference in the lives of children and God bless all of the good teachers who are devoting their lives to teaching kids. In fact, my father is a public school teacher and so is my grandmother and my grandfather and teachers have made a great difference in my life. However, as we know in the public school system today, it's not like it was when we went to public school or our parents went to public school. Teachers are not choosing the curriculum. The government is and they've got the good teachers have got their hands tied. So with regard to homeschooling, you don't have to be an advanced physics teacher in order to teach that subject to your kids, you're just, you're the coach. You're the quarterback. There's some things that you can teach. And then there will be other people in the homeschool community in your area, no doubt who are qualified to teach these more advanced subjects that you're not comfortable with. And then of course there are online teachers with PhDs, fantastic curriculums that you can take as part of colleges, universities, private schools. There's even sports programs that you can be involved in, if not within your homeschool community sports leagues, but the schools that are in your community, private schools, and even public schools. A lot of people don't know that. But all of these things are available to you, they are to me and I live in California. So if you live in a state that embraces this more than we do out here, I'm sure your options will be even more

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Daily Wire: Middle School Librarian Justifies Pro-Prostitution Book to Students

Mark Levin

01:12 min | 6 months ago

Daily Wire: Middle School Librarian Justifies Pro-Prostitution Book to Students

"But if you thought that we'd hit the bottom of the barrel as to what might be pushed in the schools the daily wires Luke rose yak who's done a great job As a story that shows that they just keep reaching lower A loudon county Yes then again Sterling middle school teacher grew concerned when she saw a parent's tweet about a book that was available in the school library seeing gender Which has a chapter titled quote sex work is not a bad term Quote a person may exchange sex or sexual activity for things they need or want such as food housing hormone drugs gifts or other resources Reads one shocking passage in the book is in the library Prostitution is quote a job like being a store clerk in architect or a freelance writer We all unfortunately have to do work to make a living Some of us hate our jobs and some of us love them The same goes for those who do sex work Sadly sex work is generally misunderstood the book states By the way you won't find any of my books in this library will you mister produce

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What Type of Person Does Well as a Trader?

The Doug Collins Podcast

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

What Type of Person Does Well as a Trader?

"What background or have you seen that adjust well to this training? Is it do you need special background? To get into this because a lot of people are scared to even get into regular retail trading because they feel like, again, they don't have power in that area and they really don't. I've got. What about this? Students from all walks of life I have. Music teachers, I have high school teachers. I've elementary school teachers. I have doctors, surgeons, dentists. I even have two former Goldman Sachs executives. They quickly realized that when they left there, they didn't have that bankroll to use anymore. And they didn't know what the other side was holding anymore. So it's not so easy.

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When Did Public Ed. Go Crazy? Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin Explain

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:27 min | 7 months ago

When Did Public Ed. Go Crazy? Pete Hegseth and David Goodwin Explain

"In America, we're free. So we say, we're going to educate our kids. We're going to have a one room schoolhouse. I've got to plow the fields. My wife's got stuff to do. So we're going to hire a school teacher and we're going to get them to teach the kids in the neighborhood. And they're going to teach exactly what we want them to teach obviously. They're the experts, but we're not going to let them teach things that we think are wrong. And that's how we got public education quote unquote. When did that go crazy and wrong? Well, certainly you mentioned some of the star players, John Dewey, early part of the 20th century. That was the epiphany I had is I researched the book originally, was that this doesn't date back to the 1960s, which most of us think. That's when you see the manifestation of it. It dates to an earlier time, right? Between 1915 and 1930, when the progressives actually built the school system that we now know in America. Okay, and that is true of everything. Now, there's not just education. Like, we think, oh, the 60s. Well, the 60s is when it bore fruit, but you can trace all of these things back. Most of the things that we know are wrong, which end up being anti American and cultural Marxism. They did begin originally in that time, whether you're talking about progressivism in the Protestant churches or whatever. All of this stuff, the seeds were planted then by some key

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Secret Gender Transition Closets Discovered in Schools

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:30 min | 7 months ago

Secret Gender Transition Closets Discovered in Schools

"Go to this story here. More secret gender transition closets discovered in public schools. A group's fear parents are being kept in the dark. Quote, they started in colleges, but trans closets stocked with transgender clothes and accessories for students to change into after arriving to school and back out before going home are being discovered in public schools with some indication that they're being kept secret from parents. So if you are sending your child to public school, there is a chance, albeit, I don't know how widespread, but this kind of goes to show the culture around government school teachers and how they think they control your kids. There is a chance that they are being exposed to are even participating

Who Is Ed Rensi, Former President and CEO of McDonald's?

Mark Levin

01:33 min | 7 months ago

Who Is Ed Rensi, Former President and CEO of McDonald's?

"Tell us a little bit about your background Well I started I was in college at Ohio State university I was going to be a school teacher and I got a degree in business education I went to work for McDonald's because I needed a job and I was making about 85 cents an hour And I kept getting raises and working hard and I just woke up one day and I was a presidency on McDonald's to this day I'm so amazed that I was able to do that but it was a company that was led by visionaries Ray Kroc Fred Turner Jerry Newman and great people that really focused on customer service and elevating everybody I mean you know I was a burger flipper making minimum wage and all of a sudden I was successful And it's a wonderful journey and I am so proud of it I actually had lunch today or breakfast with a former employee of mine and now earns 25 McDonald's restaurants Kim just a beautiful man And you know there's so many great stories in McDonald's about entrepreneurs who became successful because it became franchisees Ricky wade over at Fort Lauderdale my goodness He's got 30 some restaurants He's an African American man customers beautiful employees I mean he's just an angel of a businessman's focused on the community Said the McDonald's story is not about the executives It's always about the franchisees and their commitment to community Boy you should still be the CEO over there From what I'm hearing Now Friends Running that company I'm old school Yeah me too

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Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson: No Right to Push Sexuality Onto Children

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 8 months ago

Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson: No Right to Push Sexuality Onto Children

"The response was incredible I mean he can only see you on the camera but you can hear it There's no mistake in what's going on there They ain't booze believe me And you spoke out specifically about a topic very sensitive to me Which is this puzzling push by the left to constantly want to talk to our kids about sex sexual orientation personal lives of teachers sex lives sir Listen you and I are probably roughly around the same cohort I don't remember any of this Do you I mean do you remember going to school asking your teacher about their sex lives or their personal who they were dating I mean they're there to educate the kids like when did this start I don't remember any of this No that never occurred when I was in school teachers were much more mature and they kept their private lives private than they knew that we were there to learn how to read write do and do arithmetic Let me say this first off Dan about this issue Number one this is the United States of America We're not a theocracy and people have the right to identify as they see fit And I will protect their right to identify as they see fit but the problem is this People are now beginning to think that because they have the right to identify that now they have the right to force me to agree with them And not only that we're seeing people being threatened their job is being threatened and livelihoods being threatened If they don't go along with it and we're seeing it being pushed on to our children in public schools or they are compelled to go to and that is what we stand up against You have an absolute right to define yourself as you see fit but you do not have a wife to tell me that I have to agree with it and you absolutely do not have a right to try to force it onto my children

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"school teacher" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:28 min | 11 months ago

"school teacher" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"But then once you have that team in place, that's going to give you back some of that time that we're talking about. So you have more time freedom. Now, Kirk, we've shared a lot. You've dropped a lot of value bombs thus far. What is one thing that you really want to make sure of fire nation gets from our entire conversation today? It can be done. I consider myself to be even still to this day just to an average run of the mill type guy. Really nothing outside of being somebody that bust their butt and again, scratching claw, just use that terminology, you absolutely scratch and claw your way through life, business, relationships, you know, you don't give up. There's always a brighter opportunity on the other side of it. So if you can establish that scratch your claw, scratch and claw, mentality. Anything's possible, you know? You don't necessarily need to go out and make $20 million a year. If you're like me coming from the point that I was making towards the end of my teaching 60 to $70,000 a year, if you have the opportunity to make a hundred, 150, 200, three. That is life-changing if you can put in the work and execute, you're going to have your ups, you're going to have your downs. You're going to have your trials tribulations. It's going to happen. But if you don't give up and you push forward and you really want to achieve the dreams that you have to create time freedom, aka financial freedom, it's out there. Don't give up on yourself, don't give up on your family. It's a 100% achievable. Before we let you go, talk to us very briefly about scratching claw, why fire nation needs to read this path to entrepreneurial greatness? I come from the position of my position, really, and I think it's written to the point that it's an easy read. It allows people to even if they weren't teachers necessarily, right? Like I came from it still gives the understanding of how I made that transition and different aspects and different characteristics of a successful entrepreneur. That's what the chapters are in the book actually. Each chapter is a characteristic that I felt as highly valuable and important to an entrepreneur. And then within those chapters, I pulled in different stories, examples and just different ways to be creative to help people really piece together to understand that this is possible, you know? I'm a normal guy. People were talking to or probably normal guys and gals and if this is something on the radar, head over to Amazon pick up the book, one, I would be super appreciative. It's been really cool, life-changing experience, a big bucket list type item, but I really do feel that it provides value to those people that are trying to be very break into the scene. And yeah, I'd love to hear from anybody that picks it up, reads it and, you know, has an enjoyment reading it. Fire nation, you're the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with. You've been hanging out with KC and JLD today so keep up the heat. Head over to EO fire dot com and just type Kirk that's KIR K in the search bar in his own speech will pop up with everything that we've talked about here today. And of course, check out scratch in claw. And Kirk, I want to say thank you for sharing your.

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"school teacher" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"school teacher" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Share why these things must be non negotiable. Circle them back on the time freedom portion is an expiry date, right? To all of our lives. So I think it's important to be able to live the life on your terms and knowing that it's completely possible. It's nobody's exempt or nobody's written off from the ability to be able to achieve that. That's the thing. Anybody, anybody anybody that wants it bad enough and wants to put in a little bit of work and in many cases, it's just finding an opportunity. You may not even have to know how to operate it in some cases. But it's not negotiable in the sense that we have loved ones around us. And we have things that we want to do, be able to achieve. And by having these additional opportunities, again, one of them could go out, right? One of them can run out or end up being a bust. But if you have three, four, 5, 6 others, and even if they're small trickles, they all add up. So that's kind of the whole theory behind our ecommerce opportunities. Ecommerce is exploding, and even more so since going through this COVID pandemic and whatnot, it really brought in even the older crowd that wasn't super savvy on purchasing online because it forced them into having to become savvy and purchase online. And the numbers that we kind of left off at on just an everyday every month type scale are on average. Three to in some cases, 8% higher, just because we picked up those people that are our lifers now for person online. So multiple streams of income, it's a must. You just got to find different ways to get in the game. Now, if we want to have this time freedom that we're talking about, we need teams. So let's talk remote teams specifically. This can be tough, if not handled properly. So break down how we can grow, manage and lead a remote team. From my approach, I had to know the system. I had to be in the middle of it, I had to be in the trenches for as long as I was before I even contemplated because it wasn't even on my radar. I'm coming from literally again manually putting in the work showing up on time, leaving it this time getting paid for the hours in between. So I knew no different. I just understood that you had to work for what it is you were going to be rewarded with. And that was an hourly salary. If you will. So when I got to the point that I started putting together my ecommerce store, just an individual store and starting to achieve that individual success, I quickly realized I was working more and working harder and putting more on my plate than I cared to have, but it was addicting also having that additional stream of income coming in. You know, it was money that came in and I put it away, came in, I put it away, and it's like, I really love this. I'd love to continue this, but I can't continue to work at this rate and run myself down. So it ended up just being more of a motivator that, you know what? I can bring people in, pay them, they're willing to work, they're hungry to work. They want to have an opportunity. The store can be run now while I'm teaching while I'm coaching. It can be run and 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if we piece it together and we have enough people to have their off shifts, their days off and continue to run it. So I had 6 guys essentially that I trained for three months, three nights a week. Went through every aspect..

"school teacher" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:13 min | 11 months ago

"school teacher" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

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"school teacher" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:24 min | 11 months ago

"school teacher" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Because in the intro, I talked about Kirk's book, scratch and claw, the path to entrepreneurial greatness. So you might be hearing that reference a few times as we chat. But I do want to talk about automated ecommerce. How can investing in an automated ecommerce store make a person passive income? Let's get detailed. Yeah, and honestly, the whole system behind it is designed to help people get into if it's their second stream, 5th stream, 20th stream of income, whatever it is. The whole goal here is to help people buy their time back. So I've come from this approach after busting my butt to create systems and opportunities where I was just trying to make extra money. And I always equated more money to more work, harder work. So I was teaching from 7 a.m. till getting done with coaching at 7 p.m. and then I would pull get in real tight to the desk and work from 9, 10 p.m. till 2 a.m.. And it was just, I just knew, the more I worked, okay, the more money I could make. And then it got to the point where I felt like I just chained myself to my desk. I gave myself another form of employment slavery and I was motivated to go out and build a team where this store could be run 24 hours a day. 7 days a week, 365 days a year. I'm no longer running it, but I have trained and employed and brought in the mines and in many cases people smarter than myself to take it over where now they're making an income. I'm getting more revenue more net coming from my store because it's being operated at all times. And that's where the lightbulb went off. I figured I'd like to continue to grow this team, start building out different masterclasses and courses and helping grow a team that then we could bring in clients, investors, husbands, fathers, teachers, coach, you know, whoever who's looking to find a way to make additional money so that they don't have to work that second job..

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"school teacher" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:04 min | 11 months ago

"school teacher" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Nation? And share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with. What's up everybody? Yeah, I'd say in regards to creating success and a lot of people disagree with. I came from the school of thought that I couldn't part away from the 9 to 5, the security blanket, and I think a lot of people tell you that you need to almost break a 100% clean and get into what it is you're trying to do and accomplish so that you can give your full attention to what it is you're trying to do. But for me, I held on to that security blanket as a high school teacher and coach and started working the moonlight hours in 10 p.m. until 2 a.m. till I really created something that I felt comfortable that I could branch off and make it a full-time opportunity. And that's kind of the thing that we will be chatting about here today fire nation going from high school teacher to CEO and entrepreneur. And so let's just start off by trying to motivate our listeners Kirk. How can fire nation finally get motivated to start their own business and finally leave that dreaded 9 to 5? Absolutely. I think the motivation of just understanding what time freedom means, and we think that the average person works, we'll say, from right out of college or high school, so 20s till on average 65, some even older than that years old. And then at that point, you're trying to cram in everything that you want to do for the rest of your life. When there's ample opportunities out there, there is a million 457 trillion ways to make money out there. And if you can find a way that makes it work for you, where you can get your time freedom back, and then of course, you have the financial freedom to still do the things you want to do, be able to.

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"school teacher" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"school teacher" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"To go to new jersey is via boat. My starting student teaching was delayed. It was all a fog my second semester i was placed at stuyvesant high school. Which if people are listening. Don't know the geography of new york. Like i do that. Basically is right next to the towers were so. Every morning i walked past the carcass of what was once the world trade center and i taught the seniors who ran for their lives that day and they were numb. They don't wanna talk about it. I don't know it'd be interesting to talk to them about it now because back then. They did that teenage trauma protective thing. I think that's a coping mechanism. I don't think that's about being a teenager. I just think that's how our brain protects us is to put it out of our head. It would be interesting to talk to them now. Though and see twenty years later my husband's brother was in tower. One and he has not had a conversation with my husband about it at all. I'm not surprised. Yeah exactly. I just think that's a coping mechanism. You gotta think that's going to catch up with you though eventually trauma always does you host a series of web interviews for pbs. Newshour which you mentioned before and you focus on educators. What is the prevailing message that you hear from teachers and education professionals about what's happening in education today the prevailing message. Is they want more of a seat at the table. Educators educators they want more of a seat at the table however a lot of them if they're from district stat. Don't want them speaking up. Then they don't that per se. But i think the prevailing message is that teachers are not being treated enough as the professionals that they are. When did that happen. I feel like it's i think because of sexism and because teaching has always been considered a female profession even though there's many amazing men who are teachers as well i think it comes from. Pr goal standards. And i think it comes from this attitude. That teachers are simply just caretakers. Babysitters and no one should be treated that way. Even if you're a babysitter rate. But i think it does come from the fact that it's the primarily female dominated profession or at least had been for a long time and it's unfortunate because i've not met one educator who does not take this job seriously like a profession that it is and it's happening again. They're not talking to teachers about what we should do. If there is cove outbreak what should be the hybrid remote model. What actually does work for you. Because that's what works. Young people to is there any protocol in place for if there is an outbreak and it starts to get really bad in the school what happens. There's not a federal one. I think because it's localities are there cdc guidelines. I think there are. I'm not familiar with them specifically. I think it's like a certain number. Have tested positive. You do x. y. and z. But i've not heard anything we could. Fact check this later that there's a hard number about like. This percentage of kids just positive. You should shut down the school. I guess we can google that. But i've yet to see what that is the fact that i'm not aware of it as a bad sign because i should be aware of that of going back to school in a couple of weeks. I don't think there is really anything once again. The messaging off wanna say schools have been opened and we don't want to think about the fact that they're going to have to possibly be closed because of a pandemic that's beyond our control at this point. It's another example of how profits. I think are making us make poor decisions as far as the country goes. We're aware that women lost two million jobs during the pandemic because a caretaking shortage because caretaking is too expensive because schools were shut down so women had to quit their leave the workplace and become everything at home. What chunk of our economy was taken out of. The economy is probably a lot of money billions of dollars and so. I think what's happening in a lot of these states especially the states. That don't function and a surplus. I think people are saying you know schools find schools. Find you go back to work schools. Fine you go back to work because they need that money to be put into the economy now. I believe we should have done. What other civilized democratic countries have done which is hey people to stay home. Unfortunately british with a new immigrant in canada was laid off from his job as a result of team. But just a week later. He found two thousand dollars in his bank account. Hello friends and welcome to another episode of dc chile. Canada ever since the start of the nineteen to make the government of canada has taken exceptional measures to protect its citizens from the impact of the virus board in terms of ensuring the physical safety of their residents as well as making sure that the economic impact of the situation can be minimized by giving various incentives to the canadian public. And you know what that is enabled. It's enabled businesses to stay open because they're able to put their money into their rent. Their business is not dependent on whether or not people are leaving the house. When it's all over when you could go back to work you could go back to work. But until then here's two thousand dollars a month. Enjoy spend some time with your family and we will figure this out. It feels like in this country. We consider freedom to trump no pun intended to trump any sort of lifestyle that is conducive to health and wellness. And self care especially in hard times like a pandemic. it's crazy to think about how we're putting so much weight on getting the economy back. So here's a question for you if our listeners could take something away from this interview and bring something back into their communities and their school boards. That would help them support teachers. What would you want that to be what i want people to take back with them from this conversation. Is that number one. They mustn't be afraid of critical race. Theory that what. That really is for teaching young people about structural racism and some of the problems that exist in america but teachers aren't just teaching that when we teach about racism that teachers teach about the complexity of things. We can teach about america being an amazing place with amazing ideals in so many opportunities and we can also at the same time teach about the obstacles we still face as a nation that has structural racism and sexism and all of those awful and i want parents and everyone listening to know that young people even really young people are capable of understanding that complexity as well. Young people can handle learning. That america is both a wonderful place with a great opportunities and also a place that has worked to do. Because doesn't everyone doesn't every country in everything in this world. The other thing. I want people to take back from our discussion today. Our conversation is to just believe the science more about this virus and listened to what the teachers are sang. And if teachers aren't talking they might not be talking because they're scared of upsetting you with the reality the fact that when you say it's your right to not put a mask on your kid when you say it's your right to not get vaccinated or let your child is over twelve. Get accident when you say it's your right to send your kid to school sick because they need to be in school and you're using 'scuse that has your liberty and freedom to do so you're holding the rest of us hostage.

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"school teacher" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"school teacher" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"How about backlash from parents or the community even about helping kids find their social and political voices. So i am fortunate because i work in a pretty liberal city new york city also my high school the high school for environmental studies so it attracts definitely a liberal population of kids because they're integrating climate change warriors and their into social justice. So i will say that. I am privileged to be at a school where it is so gay and queer friendly. If student comes in and says. I know my name is a female name on paper. But i want to be identified as smell name. No-one balks at it. In fact the administrators changed their email address in a second. I'm so lucky to be in a school like that. Now when i talk to colleagues across the country they're not as fortunate and so that's where i can't really give advice on what to do except for i believe if you're going to get into education you need to be wanting to support every young person regardless if they fit into the mold or not the school environment so you might have to do it in more subtle ways to support them but i do believe there's always ways to support young people even if like explicitly. You can't put it on your instagram and twitter. You were supposed to start your teaching career on nine eleven and we're coming up on the twentieth. Can you believe the twentieth anniversary of that day. Tell us about that day for you and how really a changed education. It did change education at changed the world. So i was supposed to wake up and go to laguardia. Performing are tie slow. Start my first day. As a student teacher i changed. I worked in entertainment. And i shifted gears at i enrolled in grad school and here i was probably had like a freshly pressed outfit ready to go since then ironed. Your clothes still thousands you probably wear pantyhose ever did but i do love a great pair of pantyhose style. Full circle again in my twenties. I was like h o pantyhose love but that i was too cold for that but i do remember having cute outfits setup i probably heels that were uncomfortable because i want to make a first impression and instead i used to wake up to the z morning zoo because they were so an i know offense not gonna got me out of bed and they were talking about something about the world trade center and plane and i thought wow. That's really dark humor. That's actually too far. But i pressed snooze anyway because that's how i am. Press news if anyone wants to know too much benchley got up and then let's say at and start my first day and instead my apartment which was in midtown manhattan became.

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"school teacher" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"school teacher" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Last summer i had a webinar with two epidemiologists. And i said it's as if people think that you can get covert anywhere else but schools are magical fairy tale places their magical fairy lands and kobe's has no. I'm not going to enter the school building because young people wanna learn and it just made no sense that the flu can spread. And i've gotten some crazy. Illnesses teaching classrooms like just ridiculous. I've gotten like foot mouth disease as an adult. And i remember telling people that are like like we are. I've got the weirdest stuff in the cloud ringworm. I haven't done that. I haven't gotten that yet. Oh and adults get that stuff. It's far worse and those experiences of mine made me realize like okay. So you're telling me that you can get all these other crazy illnesses touching a paper that a kid touched maybe touching your face. But i'm not going to get some kind of co variant and so the reason why. Kobe wasn't spreading in schools. Like it's now doing is because a lot of the schools were hybrid not fully packed or even open. So this is one of the situations where it's like. I don't like saying. I told you so. Because i was doing magical thinking wishful thinking too about this year but i feel like it's just as scary as last year but like with no excuses because now we know better now. It's like scary because of the rebellion of these states. Right because of their war on science and information and vaccinations so it's scary on a whole other level. It's not just the unknown now. It's scary like we know and people are still working against us. It's almost like they're even more hardened in their views. It's now become solidified in their personalities. And in who they are. It's been politicized like everything else in this country. I want to switch gears for a minute. A number politicians on the right have latched onto critical race theory as a lever to attack teachers conservative. Dark money groups are now pushing the critical race theory. Debate on a local lover level. A hyper local level. This comes as at least four states have passed legislation banning lessons about race in the classroom and the number of states considering the band continues to rise and nbc news analysis found at least one hundred and sixty five local and national groups are feeling this discussion among parents and teachers first of all. You're a high school history teacher. How much critical race theory has been incorporated into your lesson plans over the years. None never heard of it until this year. Not because i'm ignorant. I actually pretty expert in civil rights history. I may get a point to really teach that. From the beginning of the school squier critical race theory is not taught however they don't really means critical race theory when they're shouting about this in school board meetings and passing these spells. But they're really talking about is teaching about anti-racism teaching about structural racism. Systemic racism racism. Exactly so this is just a term that was tested at in focus groups because it sounds like marxism and connect something related to that. I've heard but it's something that is not taught in the k. through twelve in fact. It's not taught college now. What's kind of ironic is probably going teach about it. Now since they've put it in current events and it's something that my students are going to ask about because they probably see it everywhere but it's not tough and it's also because everyone freaked out about the sixteen nineteen projects but again i think it was fred joseph who said well they can't say they're anti anti-racism because then they're just saying they're racist if they say they're against critical race theory it sounds may be scary to people. Yeah because i think it's easy to be against something that nobody knows what the fuck is right. It's like yeah exactly. It's interesting because i don't understand really that this is the thing that they're latching onto right now with so much that is going on in our country in the world. Globally that they're taking this and this a moment to fight against the teaching of history. And i get like they're really good at messaging. So we're talking about you know we're we're bad at messaging. They actually do go in and test. These words out and these phrases out and clearly critical race theory is something that scared people that resonated and they're like yep we're gonna go with that so if it hasn't been part of the high school curriculum why or educators being attacked for it because ultimately even though critical race theory which is something that is taught if you happen to take law school classes in this area right now. I believe there are twenty seven states in counting introduce these measures to ban or make it difficult for schools to examine racism in american history or teach to sixty nine hundred product. And i think it might be more now but at least eight states have actually turn these bills into laws. If you look at these bills or these laws that have been passed. But they really don't want you. Cheech is the details of slavery. They don't want you to teach about the fact that the first enslaved people were brought over here in sixteen nineteen and that slavery was chattel slavery and race based all those all the really ugly parts of american history. They don't want you to teach and they also are saying they don't want you to teach things that make white students feel uncomfortable so ultimately they're using the term critical race theory but what they're really banning. Teaching is any content that a white parent. Because i don't think we're really including young people in this conversation force right. Why would you ask young people what they want to learn about what the parents white parents are. Freaking out about is that i don't even know if they are freaking out about. But now they are right. And the fear is i don't want my teacher being told that america isn't just amazingly great place it's too negative and makes them uncomfortable. White kids need to be a little uncomfortable. People should be uncomfortable about racism. They should get uncomfortable. They should sit in the discomfort and examine what they can do to change. Can you give me some examples of systemic racism in american history. Oh absolutely let's talk about schools. The fact that are small systems from the very beginning once reconstruction ended were segregated. And they still are there still segregated and what that means is that you're not going to have equal funding in schools and the schools that have primarily minorities aren't going to get all the same opportunities as the more primarily white schools and that's baked into the structure and it carries over into the opportunities. They have post high-school post college. Another great example is housing redlining. And this is something where essentially very simply put if you were blocker. Brown fewer bipasha. You weren't allowed to even look at a house in a certain neighborhood because they were keeping them segregated. What's really interesting. Keep in mind is wasn't taught when i was in high school but i sure as healthy That redlining images happen in the deep south it happened in the north happened in new york city. It's the idea that racism isn't just something that individuals perpetuate. It's something that systems have been built around to keep it that way and it's so important that not just black and brown by students. Young people learn this. It's important light. People learn this. Because i don't know about you. I think you're gonna agree. People created these structures. People can change these structures. And it's this idea that somehow if we share the power that we were given because of these structures that were put in place where somehow we're going to lose what we have and it's such a misconception right but it's something that people fear and then it's politicized but if a black and brown person gets the same opportunities as me does. That doesn't hurt me. In fact studies show that white people who are integrated schools are the ones who benefit the most from it. But a lot of people don't want to believe that. How would it hurt your students to not be able to teach about these events which not only happened but are still happening. They already.

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"school teacher" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"school teacher" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry

"Let's just take trump out of the equation. Because clearly he messaged it wrong. But i feel like once biden got into office. There was a moment where he could have chosen to say. You know what this thing's not going away. It doesn't matter if you're vaccinated. You're all going to get vaccinated. We're gonna make this available to everybody. It's going to be free the closest center that you can go. It will be five miles from your house all the same things but instead of saying we need to get vaccinated to eradicate this just saying we're gonna live with this for a while so we all have to make compromises. We all have to take care of each other. We all have to figure this out because now what it looks like is that the vaccine doesn't work and then the argument becomes well. What's the point. You still get kobe. I agree with you came from a place of like once you get vaccinated this horror stories over which was never going to be the case. Unfortunately i think if we would have been honest about that right from the beginning. Maybe we would be in a different place than we're at right now. Do you think new york schools. Do you think your school is doing enough to protect you to protect kids. I think they're doing as much as they can. A situation where. It's not up to them to do anymore at this point right so i think they're going to do their best to socially distance in the classrooms and have those type of filters installed and have a very strong assertive mask policy with repercussions. If you don't wear a mask we are working on a campaign to get teachers and students in school staff to make these. I did want to check talk video. About why i got vaccinated to make cool. I don't know if i make it seem cool but to get some of the cool kids to do. Make everything seem paul banks. I'm obsessed with. Jake talks and i'm not very good at it and that's kind of the joke of my students so i did that kind of to show them like i can be foolish best. Why don't you guys do it. The goal is suggest my school make it very clear that we are pro vaccine. We are standing strongly behind that you need to wear mask. And i think the one thing we're learning i've always felt like if i did xyz. I can control what goes on in my life. And that's cute right. But i think this pandemic really has forced us to realize that we can do everything right and we still can't control things so i'm just trying to manage my anxiety around it now because the last thing i want to do is to go into the classroom and bring that anxiety to that so if i students are listening i am anxious but when i santa classroom i'm gonna ask cool and calm and just try to make it the best learning experience if they can have this year. What are you hearing from your colleagues. In places like florida and texas where the state governments are literally preventing solutions like mask mandates for school students. Here in florida are heading back to school but also in georgia in arizona. These students well. They're going be entering classrooms at a time in which their governors have banned school districts from requiring their classmates from wearing masks. What we're seeing. Is that school districts for the first time are now beginning to try to directly. Challenge those governors orders. I'm in several groups. And as you know. I host this. Pbs newshour extra educator serious with teachers all around the country and the reason why maybe i feel more fortunate. Even though i am scared to go back is that. I'm comparing myself to my colleagues in this profession. Who are already back. A lot of them are too scared to speak up on twitter. That's why i'm always tweeting about it. Because i'll get a message privately from someone and then i think okay. I don't have the hugest platform. But i have a big enough one. That people will see it. Also i don't live in a place where i fear retribution or job loss or parents coming after me but what i'm hearing is that they're terrified. One teacher took a photo of before the students were coming. There's usually staff professional development. They were doing activity. Not wearing masks holding hands all on top of each other because in a lot of these parts of america they're still acting as if this doesn't exist and they are gas lighting and bullying teachers school staff members students and their parents if they otherwise and it's outrageous and i wish there was more that can be done. I know that we have federalism a history and civics teacher. So there's just so much you can do on the federal level to get these states to comply with the science. But i just wish we could be doing more because it's almost like watching a car crash in slow motion and still knowing. You can't stop it but again i also feel like this is a situation where we fucked up the messaging because i think in the beginning we said it's not impacting young people. It's not you you kids. We did not say what we should of said. Was you know what this strain right now. Seems to but that does not mean that the next variant is not going to impact children's so we gotta keep those kids safe so a lot of these states are still going on that old information that kids are fine. Even hospitals or filling up as there are a limited number of pediatric. Icu beds and that's.

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"school teacher" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"school teacher" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Do the same, but he did it first. Jesus went first. What Mark wants us understand is that when Jesus calls Follow. Way don't follow, without reason. Not an empty call. Because this calling has a purpose. It has meaning it has direction and the reason Jesus said. Follow me. And I will make you become fishers of men. What does it mean to be a Fisher of men? I mean, there are so many old preacher illustrations, so many old analogies to fishing in the evangelism ministry and things like that. And I just decided to cut to the chase and get right to the heart of it. Instead of using an analogy of a fisherman. Just give you an example of someone who I believe was a Fisher of men. Well, just a few years ago, I was privileged to G O to the birthday party to attend the birthday party of a 94 year old woman named Ellen Smith. And there were about 40 people at this birthday party. They ranged from ages 85 to 18 months. What you need to know about Ellen is that for At least 75 of her 94 years. Ellen Smith had been pouring her life out to what she referred to as the young people. Now that always meant young people relative to her age at the time. And so there were people that she was referring to as the young people of this party who were well into their seventies. But she had served as a Sunday school teacher. She has started with the youth group leader as a Children's choir directors. A choir director is a missionary. All these things she had done all these things, and throughout her life, she had shared her humor her love her talents or music or community spirit. Her activism. She shared her time. And most of all, she had shared her love of Jesus Christ with generation after generation of people. One.

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"school teacher" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"school teacher" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Previously on the Bob Surat Morning show on elementary school teacher who realized that we all need to reduce tension and need an outlet. And obviously can't hear our moment of Zen that we do occasionally here on the show has set up a hotline where you can just call up and scream as loud as you want it for as long as you want and then hang up and it's recorded. You're kidding me, right? No. Uh, grammar school teacher by the Mackris Gold Mar came up with this. He invites people to call a phone number, leave a voicemail for others to hear. So he created this phone line just for screaming. You know there's a lot to scream about these days. I'm looking for it doesn't tell us the phone number here. I do it here. This'll what you get not the Bijan screams on the six is now Vivian would explain this email here. That apparently posts the people who scream on it. Explain this. Basically, When you record your scream, they save it on their website. And you can find it there. But they do say that there is a backlog of over 40,000 screams that are waiting to be uploaded. So when you do scream, it will be posted. But we just don't know when the Colin number For just scream is 1561567 84 31 Go ahead and call it okay, I'll call it Tell me when it's when I can pick up, okay? If it's still working, and then we can all scream together. Show is it That'll be great. Let me see, it says here. I think they were gonna at least keep this available for a while. What's that? Press the button now? Yeah. Nothing. That was a scream. I missed the incoming message. We'll do that again. Bob. Call it again. Okay, So should I give the phone number again? Or is this some sort of Communist company making money on these calls? Do we know anything about this? I don't know, but I guess we'll find out. Yeah, I guess so. All right, so, so let's call the number and I'll scream again. But I want to hear what they what.

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"school teacher" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:35 min | 2 years ago

"school teacher" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Daughters the HPV vaccine starting at age nine. To protect them later in life. You're listening to Chicago's afternoon news here on 7 20. W G. And I'm Steve Berg trend and I'm waiting for my vaccine. The Reverend William he Hall senior is the pastor at ST James Church. It's his turn. And he wants to take a pass. Reverend. Welcome. How are you, man? I'm well. All right. Tell me about your church 8000 block of South Michigan Avenue, right? Yeah, it's right there. Literally off 79th Street, Right? At the border of Chatham, one block down the street from Carter Temple Chatham. Another line used to be my nursery right there and take a funeral right there in church, And so your your numbers come up for the vaccine, and you would like to give that vaccine to Chicago Public school teacher instead. Absolutely. I mean, do the work that I do as a chaplain. In addition to pastor at you can, which is a social service agency on the West side. We've really been in the front lines over 30,000 Mills, countless upon countless numbers of mask and handsome ties, And so when I got the invitation in my box I was like one side of the coin. Do I think is needed? Absolutely Do I think it's um A part of our restoration is a city and country. Absolutely, however. You know, I wasn't raised to get in front of people and be ruled in. So one thing that I think is only right is to give it to someone that is, you know, right? They're being asked to be on the front line. I mean, luckily, at times, I can go two or three weeks, you know, working remotely, But you know, our teachers are being asked to be in the classroom every single day. Buildings for eight hours and more. And so I just want to do the right thing. I think your eyes a chap Ministers are in one B or we're captains on one B is that the group? Yeah, And the interesting thing is, um, When I saw that I was saying to myself, that's for the entire state. You know what I mean? And so you have to put into considerations those from the bottom all the way to the top. Of our of our state. And so you know, Lord knows when those that things will be available in a vast amount for our teachers here in Chicago. And in addition to that you're hearing stories of people who, you know, I don't want to take it. But then the shelf life and you know they haven't place vaccines. And so you know, there's a teacher. There's willing, ready and able to do it right now. And so, you know, I just wanted to again eight and what is being active us to say why they could save somebody's teachers they thinking or in one sea so they would be the next group after After your group. Okay, Reverend, But you know that you can't do that, right? I mean, that would just the they're already screwed up Logistically if people started because I actually was thinking of this, You know, I I'm coming up pretty soon. I would happen if we give it to my parents or one of my parents, but A just would so further complicate things, and I don't know if they're up to the job now. Well, I think that essentially, I mean, you know, constructing the system that will allow it. Here. People have got a little bit further advance and time doing such a thing. But I will say something that is simple is number one You can actually question and that's what you know. I'm simply asking a simple question. Can this be done? And I think the simplest way to do it is once I get my time you know to get scheduled show up allowed the person who's accompanying me to sign a waiver. And essentially at the end of the day and allow them to literally share their identification. Do go through the process because I know that the vaccination card sponsor, but how hard is it to send essentially delete someone who's scheduled and add a new name at the same time? That they're supposed to be there. Well, it's very generous of you, But is that what you're gonna do? Are you gonna bring a teacher with you? S so again. That's my intent on s. Oh, I you know, and waiting to get the logistics back in. The hope is that you know it could be done A B c, d e f g. I have not heard. Any word back from the mayor's office. Haven't heard back from the you know, Department of Public Health. But if this feasible why not? You know so again. I think that it should be done. I think it can be done. Hey, how's your congregation doing through all this? You know, we wait is difficult. I mean, we are adjusting with technology that we're in. But there's nothing like human touch is nothing like encouraging someone that you see when you know, Um you know when you're around, and what you feel from human touch is essentially best again. One of the reasons why I believe that. You know, our Children being in school is essential, but having safe teachers as well because the human touch is needed, So we just trying to figure out how to continue to stay in touch, But you know we're doing, say, simple and sacred Ministry on $1000 have have you lost members. You know, I have. Unfortunately in 2020 did not lose anyone to death because of covert. But literally last week I got word and it wasn't covert related. But we lost the eldest member in our church 96 years old, Mr Thomas, But throughout the pandemic people in our congregations, family members. Has passed away because of cold, including my uncle, but I have not had to, you know, walk with the family through grieving because they, you know, lost someone. That's a part of our faith community. Well, I'm sorry to hear about your eldest member, and I'm happy you've lost No one in your congregation. How about in general? How's life there? Well, you know me to be honest with you hopeful. I mean, you know, we write a different chapter on you know American history in a few days, so hopeful, But we are on alert. And what I mean by that is There are a lot of things that changing and after speed of time, and so we all on alert to figure out how to continue to love and serve all those that are in need that we are somehow connected and again when six teachers and my congregation, you know, are connected to our house. So we again alert on trying to figure out and being willing to help those in need. All right, Listen, I think when you show up with your teacher, they're not going to give it to the teachers. So I want you to roll up your sleeve because we need guys like you around too. Well, I appreciate you, man. And like I said, I'm gonna do what I can and can't hopefully get teaches a vaccine be well. The Reverend William E. Hall Sr. Pastor at ST James Church that is in the 8000 block of South Michigan Avenue is great to talk to you hope we can talk again. Rev. 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"school teacher" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"school teacher" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"But really, I just It's stuck the bad dog Darla stuff because my son when we would come in the house Um, you know, we could tell. She did something, audience her her little face in her ears and he would go bad dog, Darla, you know, and she would hide or, however, years back, and so it kind of it kind of stuck and I used to be an elementary school teacher, and I would love my favorite thing to do is to read to Children. I loved reading picture books, and it kind of had a ring to it, because a lot of my students in that early elementary years love to have something that's very repetitive and something they could join in on. And so I said. You know, that's just a great little ring to it. That dog, Carla, and of course we'd love on her. But you know, it was just she would know would come in the house and my son. So it started with my son saying bad dog Darla when she would have come in the house and find the trash knocked over or whatever she did that day. There was naughty. Well, she's 11, so she's a little bit more settle down. She has lots more for siblings. Now that kind of, you know, have taken over in her. Her role of she has another younger first sister. That's nine that has her own naughty ways. So I think now she's kind of letting them take over and she relaxes on the couch. Most of the time. I don't know if she knows how famous she is. You know, we try toe. Try to try to reward her with treats and say, Hey, look at your book, and you know what? She's 11. She likes to just relax now, so she's not as naughty as she used to be. No, I have never written anything. I had just a vision of what I wanted A picture book for young readers toe look like like, Yes, I fell in love with picture books when I started reading them to my son when he was a baby, And when I read him to my students,.

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"school teacher" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"school teacher" Discussed on WTOP

"Grandson with serious health issues. Smith was hired in 2016. He signed a second four year contract in February. Montgomery County executive Mark L. Rich, a former county school teacher, Thanks Smith for guiding the system through a challenging time, including the covert 19 pandemic. And Smith said in his statement. But I hope that this covered 19 situation diminishes and that the community will go forward in a strong united fashion on behalf of every child. Can't Ryan w. T O P news the school system will start the search for a replacement soon. This won't surprise you. But Capitol police say the Capitol complex is closed to the public and it will not be accessible on Inauguration day. The fencing that surrounds the building and street closures are in effect until further notice. National Guard members can be seen most everywhere across the complex. Capitol Police are emphasizing anybody trying to get onto the Capitol grounds by climbing a fence will be arrested. Meanwhile, local businesses are protecting their storefronts ahead of next week's inauguration, as well as the potential of violence after last week's storming of the capital here at the corner of End Street and 19th Street Northwest, there are several construction workers putting up big pieces of plywood to cover the storefronts of local businesses. This isn't an unfamiliar sight in DuPont Circle. This is actually the third time in the past seven months that restaurants and businesses have been boarded up. The first time, as you may remember, was over the summer during the social justice demonstrations, and the second was before Election Day in November in DuPont Circle, Jocelyn Justin W. T. O P. News of Virginia delegate has been stripped of his committee membership in part over his involvement with the so called stop the Steel Rally, which proceeded last week's deadly assault on the U. S. Capitol, Virginia. House speaker Eileen Filler. Corn removed Loudon County Republican David Iraq from the House Transportation Committee yesterday. Iraq who was white, later attacked those who criticized his participation participation in that rally using objectionable language. Last Wednesday, LaRock wrote on Facebook that it was not Trump's supporters who participated in that siege. He instead blamed a quote small element. He said he now believes there was a mixture of both agitators.

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"school teacher" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"school teacher" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"No good will go to John. Hey, John, How are you? I'm all right. How can I help you, sir? Well, I think this kind of a lot of trouble. I'll tell you where I'm coming from A I'm a better be. I'm a doctor. I'm in intellect and I question actually everything. And the direction that I've seen over the last 10 years. Starting with the Obama administration is atrocious. And the fact that America doesn't recognize it is absolutely steri. Well, you're not wrong. But then again, how many people look at our students? They're just They're just they're not. They're preached like freebies. And they don't know how to work. I mean, I was born in 81 so I'm not a millennial. Uh, you know, my parents were teachers, and we just learned how to work hard. But that's not the American dream and more working. Heart does not do anything. Well, you gotta you gotta nail see running around telling everybody all. Maybe you should just pay more more money per hour. They shouldn't have to work two jobs and three jobs. You know, people around you work two jobs. Not because just extra money you like nice things. You know you people don't understand that. I mean, the sad part is wives, mothers and fathers. Both have to work this day and age back in the sixties. That was a different time. And the second thing is beyond all that this election was absolutely stolen. I hope that God is president at the up next level, and, uh, I'm just appalled at Basically how they're trying to divide us. L and you know, the people that are pulling strings. I don't even have the name. Um if you are smart American whatsoever, and unfortunately we don't have many of those and longer. It, Zraly said. How we're seeing such a sell out of our nation internally. It's amazing that the very people that are elected toe do what's right for the very people that support them. They're selling our south from it from for wealth. If you look at Biden's 47 years of trash, but look at the money he's accumulated and the fact that his wife was a school teacher, and they have the money they have should really make people worry to think about what's going on how bad it really is. No people don't even look. But, yeah,.

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"school teacher" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"school teacher" Discussed on KOMO

"Chinese Hospital for Children. They are a million reasons to share. Love. My buddy Caleb is one of them. This is his doing. Hi, I'm Phil. And this is my story. I was born with us. You Genesis imperfecta or build one says I broke in my bones almost 200 times I have had 11 surgeries, but I do let that stop me. I love the but great Time raise hands on learning how to stand and walk. Well, I can already you all this because of generous people like you and try and hospitals for Children. There are a million reasons to share love, but you only need one. Halo is one reason And learn how you can share love Visit Love Shriners, Doc or G'kar. Thank you. Uncle Dan. Mom, Dad, If you still your guns properly, so not just anyone can get to them. I'll feel safer when I'm playing outside. Safer when walking home safer When my friends come over as your neighbor, I'll feel safer. As a school teacher. I'll feel safer. Well, I'll feel safer. Your family, friends and neighbors are all counting on you. If you own a gun, you have a full time responsibility. When you weren't using it, be sure it can't get into the hands of curious Children, troubled teenagers, a thief or anyone else who might misuse it. Remember, always Lock it up. For more information on firearms.

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"school teacher" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"school teacher" Discussed on WJR 760

"As a nuclear, biological biological chemical specialist. And Kristina is a grade school teacher in that you both have been on the front line for this country in your own special ways, and we We salute you hurt family of cross him for being our next family in the Christmas on us and the two Very well mannered Children in Evelin, age five. Is that you know Piers Evelyn. She's kind of fighting a little bit. I understand. I do the same thing and Callum age 10 boy, Kalen, you're getting big. Mm hmm. What? What greater you in Kayla? What do you like a sophomore in college in fifth grade fifth. Wow, if you could be in any grade Ever. If there's any other grave you could be in other than fifth grade. What grade? Would it be? Sorry. Third. Wow. She's looking back and remembering the good old days. 10 in fifth grade. She wouldn't mind going through third grade again will For those of us who were made to go through third grade A couple of times we don't look back at it the same way and and Evelyn, are you ready for Christmas? Sweetheart? Are you ready for Christmas Di cover? Evelyn will show her beautiful face when it comes to say yes. Yes, I am ready for Christmas. Now I'm going to go back and bury myself in Mom not blessed who nominated you guys? That would be my step. Mom. Oh, How nice is.

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