17 Burst results for "Spanish Immersion School"
"spanish immersion school" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Think my brain can handle it. You think you can learn a whole language site could no way? Of course, I could I don't want to of course you're living your life here not going over to Italy and yes, you could just require a lot of time. Real, reason for you to do it. Right. Look if I had a wife and she was a town, she was talking a lot of Shit. You don't. Need to learn the language like we don't know the whole English language we know a good portion of it and how to talk with it, but we don't know most. Talk with it. Apparently, Russians a really hard one learn. I took that in freshman year in College John as hard as you think, what are the writing it now they just have a little a couple of block letters but that's don yesterday US view the it. It's not as complicated. Yeah. There's something about it. That's. English is much harder than no Russian. Yeah. Is really interesting Russians have a hard time learn English English can learn Russian? Better right. Right. I only took it for a semester in the guy, let you take the tests as many times as you needed to pass but really it wasn't that mind-blowing. Yeah. Railing I would think just the language itself to written language. We really hard. It's really cool. It's fucking cool. Look at is really cool. My daughter's studying Italian in college. And it's like every day you have to take it. Five days a week. It's Pretty Mersal. That's how you learn it. Yeah. That's the move. Right if you go to immersion school and you have to teach. Teach every class in the language. They don't speak any English to yeah. Yeah or go live in. Rome. Kids went to a Spanish immersion school. Oh. Yeah Yeah. And they learned yeah. You just learn. You know you speak Spanish all the time. Yeah. That thing Wish I could learn something that other people..
"spanish immersion school" Discussed on Pivot Party
"In Spanish, by the way, that's true. She is in Spanish immersion school. So she's never used a computer. She's used like phones and tablets, but that's a completely different form of interface. She didn't know what a mouse was. She didn't know how to use a trackpad. There was one day I had thought I had to like just stop and be like wow because she had opened something and it was like her her Zoom was running in the browser page running in a different tab in the browser and that just like blew her mind. She was like the meeting has gone from like well, you can still hear it and she's like, yeah, but it's gone. I don't know how to have I only have one screen and there's no meeting on my screen. It's like yeah, but it's in this other Tab and what's a tab, you know, it's like oh, Yeah, we're at like the very beginning so it's it's a lot and it's a lot on you know, we both work and right now we're both working from home so long, it's it's hard and this is a story. I think that a lot of people have right now. Like I said, this is not unique to us at all. This is so many families are in this position. Well, it's a crazy choice right because month for everyone's sanity here at the house. It would be better if they were in school at the school, but then there's the whole obvious Public Health concern and you know, if our work starts to go more in person and we're not able to be here at the house. There's not even going to be a choice right for the days when they would have been here long. And it's the same at the other house that even goes back to what you were talking about earlier where it's like well, they're actually two households for whom this is a problem. There are millions of households in America where this is a problem. But are you sure? Yeah. You know and so we're we're juggling a lot and but we try to do it with a little little humor in some song and song just you know, sometimes juggle every day. Sometimes has actually been every day. Yeah, I mean, honestly there has not been every single week and now it's just become kind of a joke or every every day every week. We're like, wow that was that was something you know, what today was weird. Has there been a normal day. What is a normal dog? Right, right. I don't know. I mean exist cuz even normal days aren't normal like a normal work day like not not to derail. I don't know if I've experienced a normal day since sometime in the early twenty teens. but sometimes we struggle sometimes we struggle. I think that's the that's it. Y'all just sometimes we struggle but you know what? There's always tomorrow to have a good day. It's true. Can you hear about the rejection of baked potatoes if you'd like? Oh, you know cuz actually, you know, we do want to talk about food that was in our you know, our first episode we talked about graham crackers and tomatoes and things but food is very important over here. So like food, I are you off our next episode will be about food and how we had to transition so many things like I know if we all didn't know Dan Dan was vegetarian pretty much all summer long. It was terrible. It was not terrible. It was amazing and healthy and we loved it. Okay. Okay. Well, you can find us on the social the social needs social media. Um, and let's see. Let's see if I can do it. This is always the one so I am asking me to be night on Thursday. I said Twitter Twitter. I am Nina be night on Twitter and Facebook and you know blood so night on Instagram. And did you are Dan is DD GK design on all platforms so weirdly I am that on Facebook, but I tried to go directly to that link you didn't work today and it said it didn't exist. But then when I log into my Facebook account and look at it, it says that's what it is. And it's like when I'm logged in it'll go to it and when I'm not it doesn't so maybe my Facebook profile is like private or something. I don't know possibly it maybe actually so Facebook so so dead. Yeah as far as the like show announcements and stuff are concerned. There is a show Facebook page at facebook.com party. We now have the the Twitter account page that I mentioned.
"spanish immersion school" Discussed on Pivot Party
"In Spanish, by the way, that's true. She is in Spanish immersion school. So she's never used a computer. She's used like phones and tablets, but that's a completely different form of interface. She didn't know what a mouse was. She didn't know how to use a trackpad. There was one day I had thought I had to like just stop and be like wow because she had opened something and it was like her her Zoom was running in the browser page running in a different tab in the browser and that just like blew her mind. She was like the meeting has gone from like well, you can still hear it and she's like, yeah, but it's gone. I don't know how to have I only have one screen and there's no meeting on my screen. It's like yeah, but it's in this other Tab and what's a tab, you know, it's like oh, Yeah, we're at like the very beginning so it's a lot and it's a lot on you know, we both work and right now we're both working from home so long, it's it's hard and this is a story. I think that a lot of people have right now. Like I said, this is not unique to us at all. This is so many families are in this position. Well, it's a crazy choice right because month for everyone's sanity here at the house. It would be better if they were in school at the school, but then there's the whole obvious Public Health concern and you know, if our work starts to go more in person and we're not able to be here at the house. There's not even going to be a choice right for the days when they would have been here long. And it's the same at the other house that even goes back to what you were talking about earlier where it's like well, they're actually two households for whom this is a problem. There are millions of households in America where this is a problem. But are you sure? Yeah. You know and so we're we're juggling a lot and but we try to do it with a little little humor in some song and song just you know, sometimes juggle every day. Sometimes has actually been every day. Yeah, I mean, honestly there has not been every single week and now it's just become kind of a joke or every every day every week. We're like, wow that was that something you know, what today was weird. Has there been a normal day. What is a normal dog? Right, right. I don't know. I mean exist cuz even normal days aren't normal like a normal work day like not to derail. I don't know if I've experienced a normal day since sometime in the early twenty teens. but sometimes we struggle sometimes we struggle. I think that's the that's it. Y'all just sometimes we struggle but you know what? There's always tomorrow to have a good day. It's true. Can you hear about the rejection of baked potatoes if you'd like? Oh, you know cuz actually, you know, we do want to talk about food that was in our you know, our first episode we talked about graham crackers and tomatoes and things but food is very important over here. So like food, I are you off our next episode will be about food and how we had to transition so many things like I know if we all didn't know Dan Dan was vegetarian pretty much all summer long. It was terrible. It was not terrible. It was amazing and healthy and we loved it. Okay. Okay. Well, you can find us on the social the social needs social media. Um, and let's see. Let's see if I can do it. This is always the one so I am asking me to be night on Thursday. I said Twitter Twitter. I am Nina be night on Twitter and Facebook and you know blood so night on Instagram. And did you are Dan is DD GK design on all platforms so weirdly I am that on Facebook, but I tried to go directly to that link you didn't work today and it said didn't exist. But then when I log into my Facebook account and look at it, it says that's what is. And it's like when I'm logged in it'll go to it and when I'm not it doesn't so maybe my Facebook profile is like private or something. I don't know possibly it maybe actually so Facebook so so dead. Yeah as far as the like show announcements and stuff are concerned. There is a show Facebook page at facebook.com party. We now have the the Twitter account page that I mentioned earlier,.
"spanish immersion school" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"R. C., R. I. Recurring the selling APP. Yeah, it's so weird I just think about my show. Limited world of every the Texas beach thing like everything I saw Texas was just a gunfight in the desert. And that's all that's all I knew. And then you sir well, you would have been yeah, really confused about Missouri with the Lake of the ozarks oh. Yeah, God it's huge. You, this will probably feel like a footnote at this point, but if you haven't heard not just gone with the wind, it's cops show cops. Coming to an end deadline reports was pulled last week in the aftermath of George Floyd's death. It premiered on Fox News One. Thousand, nine, hundred, nine aired for twenty five seasons of the show was resurrected in two thousand thirteen, when Spike TV ordered it a new episodes, and it was going into its thirty third year, but has been off the air since June first with no plans to air any of the. Episodes in the can also goes the same for live PD. Essentially a spin off show as same same type of show. On a that was pulled June fifth, and they don't know what they're gonNA do with it. They don't know what they're gonNA. Do with cop shows and we talked about getting. There you go. Talk to their I interviewed their producers Air Parade for. And there were like well. We actually try to balance out the ethnicity of the people like if you go. Hey, we got three brothers in the row. We can't have slide a white boy in there every once in a while date. That was something they were sort of on wasn't just catch as catch can. They were doing it. There are trying to give it some balance already, but I guess any cops in any arrest is no boyne. Right now, yeah, well so. Unintended consequences. Cops arrest people in jails and prisons. Hold people, so we do this weird thing that I've been talking about out loud for a long time. which is when you go. Hey there's too much of this like there's too many black kids. Young black boys suspended too high rate, and then you go. How do we fix this? And then the answer is stop suspending young black men I always go well. That will definitely change the statistics, and that'll definitely stop young black boys from being suspended at a higher rate, but I don't know that it's a big picture fix and the notion and we're kind of getting into this world where it's like we have poor people. How do we fix it? You give everyone a thousand dollars. That's how we fix it or. Colleges expensive. Some people can't afford it. How do we fix it? You Make College free. And then you go. There's too many arrests going on, and there are too many people behind bars you go. What do we do? GET READY TO COPS and. First off mission accomplished, you will not have arrest. Dramatically decrease by. There are unintended consequences. Big Time I mean we already have the Ferguson effect? It's like cops don't want to get out of their cars. They're not proactive. Their waiting for the nine one one calls, and there's a lot more murder and a lot more crime in those areas where the cops don't feel like getting out of their cars. Who could blame him? I'm saying. I always think about that. Episode is a kid when I was watching Sherman and peabody. peabody remember. In the way back. And they were doing a car race and the other car was like beating them, and it's like come on Sherman. Go Faster, and he was like I couldn't and at some point they smashed the glass of the speedometer. The grabbed the arm that was showing sixty miles an hour, and they turned it two hundred miles an hour. You go and they won the race. And I remember that very clearly is a nine year old watching that a lot of range that night routes the day, Sherman and peabody and the way back machine, but I thought. Yeah the speedometer says one hundred, and yes, they're less arrests and yesterday less than prison, and yes, there's less suspensions, but did you fix the problem? and. What might we look forward to in the future because a rally is the car needed to be fixed in modified, so it could go faster and we're doing a weird approach to problems, which is, we got too many people in prison led him out of prison, too many cops harass. Get rid of the cops have them stand down. Okay Just, watch out because the one thing I've really learned from studying society over the last twenty years is unintended consequences. You know you. We were in Los Angeles. Someone is like English only. The people got to learn English. Young kids gotTA learn English. Now teach them in Spanish. Okay, so you teach them in Spanish but now you don't have a good grasp of the language that everyone speaks. How Limited are your employment opportunities? If we didn't get now, people go. Oh, it's cruel. Come on those kids. Wouldn't you wish? That somebody got hold your kid in the third grade, and gave them gave them the English versus the easier route, and maybe the more respectful route is teaching in Spanish. That's great. Now, you're now that person's thirty five and their English isn't that good? How does that help them now? How what are the unintended consequence? I don't know all the nuts and bolts of that rule. I remember it was something people were debating some years ago. In l.. A., but I'm saying is. Yes, it seems unfair to make those kids whose first language is Spanish to learn in English. And maybe it's going to be more difficult for them, and so on, and so forth what about twenty years down the road when they're unable to join mainstream society and work, the kind of jobs could only be had by people at mastered the language. Unintended consequences think about kind of a it's kind of a rich man, poor man, because when you think about like. Oh, well, I we send my son to a private school, and he does Spanish immersion all day. They're not even allowed to speak English. I know it's crazy. I think Does seem. Fits dogs kid go to a Spanish immersion school. Moro. Oh coming in tomorrow. As a guest tomorrow, oh we gotta talk about even know that I didn't even tell you. That's so weird. Sounds like he's hasn't been on the show, but he's coming in tomorrow. Wow I just remember hearing that Star Trek Listen I'll give my kids some Spanish immersion I'll take him down Vera Street and tell me knock themselves out for twenty, and then it's back to the car. Okay well, then we'll talk him Spanish immersion works. Spanish immersion for sunny to send him in your backyard. That's right. That's Roberta. That's Alvarado now. Get to get. and Should we be in Chinese immersion now? Obviously, figuring out which way the wind is blowing. Yes, he does go to Spanish fits dogs. How'd you find that out online or just text him Gary? -membered Oh yeah all right. Let's do one more grant. All right well. Do you remember the beautiful bar? Rafael. Yes. Model yes, Ray Capri yes nightclub vision a beautiful woman well. She's known for that, but she's also known now for striking a deal with the feds, but not very good deal for her mom, so she reached a plea bargain with Israeli prosecutors in her tax evasion case that she is going to have to serve nine months of community service so she. She was charged with trying to hide six million bucks. She earned between two, thousand, nine and two, thousand, twelve and lying about living with Leonardo DiCaprio at his house while her primary residence was in Tel Aviv so she's thirty four right now. She has three kids, and she was able to avoid time behind bars in exchange for community service her mum however. Her Business? Manager CB Raffaele was charged and convicted. She's going to jail for sixteen months. Saying, take me instead or Barbara like her. Let's talk. And she has community service. She has nine months community service ratio weird like who set fucking hot chick picking up garbage by the side of the five. Jumps, there economists smokin man. Yeah, is she out here in our? She in Tel Aviv well this. I'm not sure, but her primary residence is Israel so this all went down in Israel and one of the articles. I read a couple about him. It was all done in shackles, so I think that's the whole point that they're serving it. They're yeah. I wonder if they put prisoners in shackles there.
"spanish immersion school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"There was someone in the neighborhood of the school when I was locked down she goes to a Spanish immersion school and teacher speaks Spanish and doesn't speak English very well so the announcement came over the intercom the teacher turned to my daughter and asked her what was sad so she had to translate into Spanish that there was a huge Melissa that last caller certainly tells the story of confusion at a time when you hope confusion would be at least at a minimum when it comes to preparedness and the caller who said her child is simply too young to be brought in on the details of what it means to have a threat in the school yeah and again you can you know you can approach this through the lens of you know stranger danger and like we do you know when we teach fire drills I'm letting them know that yeah you know sometimes our safety may be at risk but here's what we can do to try to keep ourselves safe and then you calmly talk them through or you walk them through and show them what they need to do you don't need to interject hysteria and real strong emotion in order to be able to do that in the analogies that I you know I often uses we don't light a fire in the hallway to practice fire drills and we don't put kids on a street corner and have a stranger grab them in order to teach stranger danger you know there's ways that we can do this that you know where we don't need to elicit the fear response because that can actually be counterproductive and and these you know we and we also cannot assume that a one size fits all approach works for everybody so we need to be just much more cautious in how we go about you know preparing for these kinds of situation in schools hi Jody now I'm interested in the balance that you draw look school shootings we hear about them all the time and rightfully so but they are relatively rare there were sixty eight of them between nineteen ninety nine twenty nineteen that's sixty eight in twenty years in America and that include shootings where one or two people died tragic but not the mass shootings that we see on our televisions all too often just take just a minute I need you to be sort of brief Joe but how do you approach the the balance the need for preparedness for rare events verse is did potential on going the fact the psychological effect of the training that you offer yeah I mean it's not to reiterate what Melissa said I wish I could talk about this too but I agree with everything like that if it's done correctly it's not dramatic it's done in step to to conversation it's not fear mongering but with a life skills we empower them so you know they may not face it at school but you've got young adults who go unsupervised two basketball games they move you know to pick up their brothers and sisters after school for their parents in some communities they go to the mall they go to the Walmart on the weekend so as we talk to them we we we incorporate them as a team effort right and it's it's low very low stress and I would love to have was to come out and give her opinion that one of our trainings invited for a whole three day exclusive look at it because we heard I are the same page but I think a chance to talk much Joe I got to let you go but before I do this one critical question ideals that these kids need to know I gotcha I got one critical question I need you to answer don't have adults with the give Joe give me an example if you have one of the time when training like yours came into play in an active shooter situation and it made the difference that precariously rare made a difference yep Santa Clarita the new one okay this kid train himself we want talk about that mid brain there doc he did a school bus school program added an active shooter video for his kids and you talk about he's right there in the open he's one of the six kids who don't get shot when that guy pulled a pistol out in the school the what two three months ago back in November he he did the drill he perceives it through his training he was the person who was evacuating showing how to get back to room two to a barricade himself and he said my quick thinking he can understand it but what he did is he did to the VisualAge the what if his school project two months prior to the shooting he didn't freeze he jumped in action he ran into real help your kids find at means to barricade the door and he was able to talk about he was able to make a difference there are what one one of the summer and maybe difference that's Joe Deaton instructor at tack one up we're gonna go every blog these trainings I think aren't going anywhere they're expanding across America yeah and and there's just a need to ask the questions about what's appropriate what's effective and how often they should be done are there schools anywhere that simply are doing no trainings at this point are they pretty much everywhere that's a pretty rare thing but there are some schools that takes in different approaches instead of don't using phrases like bad guy or shooter tell kids just how to take the steps and how to listen and what to do that's every blot education policy reporter at education week I want to thank everyone who joined us for this discussion including my callers kids from around the country heavy blah join this Melissa Reeves school psychologist thank you.
"spanish immersion school" Discussed on 1A
"Actually was not a drill. There was Someone in the neighborhood to the school went on lockdown. She goes to a Spanish immersion school. I'm the teacher speaks. Spanish doesn't speak English very well. So he announcement came over the Intercom 's the teacher turned to my daughter and asked her what was said so she had to translate into Spanish that there was a shooter. Melissa that last caller certainly tells the story of confusion at a time when you hope confusion would be at least at a minimum when it comes to preparedness and a caller who said her child is simply too young to be brought in on the details of what it means to have a threat in the school. Yeah and again you. Can you know you can approach this through the Lens of you know stranger danger and like we do you know when we teach fire drills Letting them know that. Yeah you know. Sometimes our safety may be at risk. But here's what we can do to try to keep ourselves safe. And then you calmly talk them through or you walk them through and show them what they need to do. You don't need to interject hysteria and real strong emotion in order to be able to do that in the analogies that I you know I often use we. Don't light a fire in the hallway to practice fire drills and we don't put kids on a street corner and have a stranger grab in order to teach stranger danger. You know. There's ways that we can do this. That you know where we don't need to elicit the fear response Because that can actually be counterproductive. And and the you know we. We also cannot assume that a one-size-fits-all approach works for everybody So we need to be just much more cautious in how we go about You know preparing for these kinds of situation in schools. Jody I'm interested in the balance that you draw school shootings we hear about them all the time and rightfully so but they are relatively rare. There were sixty eight of them between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand nineteen. That's sixty eight in twenty years in America and that includes shootings where one or two people died tragic but not the mass shootings that we see on our televisions all too often. Just take just a minute and need you to be sort of brief. Joe But how do you approach that the balance the need for preparedness for rare events versus The potential ongoing effect a psychological effect of the training that you offer. Yeah I mean not to reiterate what Melissa said. I wish I could talk about this too but I agree with everything like that. If it's done correctly it's traumatic. It's done in steps it's conversation it's not fearmongering But we to life skill we empower them so they may not face it at school. But you've got young adults who go unsupervised two basketball games they move. You know to pick up Their brothers and sisters after school for their parents in some communities they go to the mall. They go to the walmarts on the weekend. So as we talk to them we we. We incorporate them as a team effort. Right and it's it's low very low stress and I would love to have Melissa. Come out and give her opinion. That one of our trainings inviter for a whole three exclusive. Look at it Because her an iron saint page. But I didn't get a chance to talk much. Joe I gotTa let you go but before I do. There's one critical knife skills that these kids need to know. I got I got one critical question. I need you to answer. That don't have adults with give joke. Give me an example if you have one of a time when training like yours came into play in an active shooter situation and it made the difference that preparedness though rare made a difference. Yup Santa Clarita new one. Okay this kid did eight school school program and did an active shooter video for his kids and he talks about. He's right there in the opener. He's one of the six kids who didn't get shot when that guy a pistol out in the school. Though at two three months ago back in November he He did the drill. He he through his training. He was the person who was evacuating showing how to get back to room to to A barricade himself and he said my quick thinking he didn't understand it but what he did is heated to the visualizations of. What'S HIS Co. Project two months prior to the shooting. He didn't freeze. He jumped in action. He ran into room. Help your kids find Means to barricade the door and he was able to. He's able to make a difference. There aren't maybe difference. That's Joe Deaton instructor attack one We'RE GONNA go every blood these trainings. I think aren't going anywhere. They're expanding across America. Yeah and there's just a need to ask the questions about what's appropriate. What's effective and how often they should be done or their schools anywhere. That simply are doing no trainings at this point or are they pretty much everywhere. That's a pretty rare thing but there are some schools it takes him different approaches instead of. Don't using phrase like bad guy or shooter tell kids just how to take the steps and how to listen and what to do. That's every blood education policy reporter at Education Week. I want to thank everyone. Who joined us for this discussion including my callers. Kids from around the country. Thanks for calling.
"spanish immersion school" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Chinse to the flag of the united states of america and the republic for which it stands one nation under god indivisible with liberty and justice for all you remembered i did i we used to have to say by paul and jordana dan cook at the helm we said the pledge of allegiance every day join up and we put our hand in our heart and every room had an american flag and we said the pledge of allegiance every day it was just the thing we did it and i don't know if they do it anymore asked my children and my children go to spanish immersion school i said do you guys say the pledge of allegiance every day they said yes and i said we'll repeat it for me they go we only know in spanish All right. vanish every day or at least you know love to learn in english but let ever that i don't find anything call me crazy i don't find anything about the pledge offensive to do i or threatening of course the reason we're talking about this is because the city council of saint louis park unanimously voted to drop the pledge before meetings because they were saying it before every meeting because of concerns that intimidated the city's diverse population i live in saint louis park dan cook lives in saint louis park voice olsen who called numerous times today lives in saint louis i've been to saint louis into saint louis many many times and i guess we all sorta spach dr heads on this one and said controversial that was i thought an odd way to talk about the pledge because if anything what unites us is that we are all americans yeah and this is our flag and we have allegiance to this flag to this country that protects us is that the one nation under god then make some people nervous having the fact that we have a constitution i don't think we're not swearing a loyalty oath to a specific political party right saint louis park councilman tim bronson was he chatted with a few of the television stations here look at a meeting he was recorded at a meeting and here's a little bit of what he said about this we also had some discussion about the pledge of allegiance to and we concluded that in order to create a more welcoming environment to diverse commute unity we're going to force forgo saying the pledge of allegiance before every meeting although if we have an appropriate opportunity if we have boy scout colored verge or others in attendance or it's a special occasion we will consider using the pledge of allegiance before the meetings like i feel like that's a little wishy washy you didn't really explain why you're dropping it you know the did it make somebody uncomfortable which is threatening and again know the answer retaking p._c. to a crazy new level and i'm a person who supports if you don't wanna stand for the pledge allegiance supported colin kaepernick if he chose to take a knee whatever that's your thing the thing is if you don't want to say the pledge you don't have any it yeah but for a practice i guess that they've been doing for a while just in case somebody is uncomfortable i mean if that's what it's four it's like you know what they just don't have to say the words jor everything today makes me uncomfortable get everything all right so i please keep that in mind i i don't know there's so few things that unite us the fact is we're all americans we would all fight for this country given the opportunity we all love this country and we love the opportunity that we can differ and be different and have debates and have the right to speak and have the right to shut our mouths have the right to stand up have the right to kneel but i don't know this one baffles me yeah i don't get it either pam jump in here what do you think about this Hey, pam. my comment is that too words for added to the pledge in one thousand nine hundred fifty four those words were under god in nineteen fifty four the united states was much less diverse than it is today and pledge survived hon you know hundreds of years and was perfectly fine without those two words and i see no reason why those towards could not be removed for people's comfort we have muslims can do school this any number of people worshipping any number of wage but can't be whatever god you choose it to be like it doesn't it didn't say a specific name of anybody specific denomination no it doesn't but it's i think that might be one issue where people are hung up she might be right but people get hung up on all sorts of strange and wondrous hey yeah may who knows maybe if they're atheists maybe they want nothing to do with that but but i you know i just i that's just something that that i feel it would call him we appreciate it yeah thanks for bringing attention and pam is right on her history that's true in nineteen fifty four in response to communist threat of the times president eisenhower encouraged congress to add the words under god to thirty one word pledge and that is when it was added it was added in nineteen fifty one so there you go let's see can't jump in here what do you make i guess my one troubling word and that is indivisible which the definition means not to separate or divide when our moronic president constantly wants to force people to pledge and plugs how he sees that while at the same time his main focus is to divide and separate everybody okay but you don't think you're not suggesting we take indivisible out of the pledge our you know what troubles me is a constant pressure to pledge allegiance end to do all the things that most people say makes you american when represents americans but it's all over it every day can't thanks for the call we appreciate we've pledge allegiance to the constitution right i mean it's very aspirational once says we pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america so i mean i guess the flag the flag represents i mean honestly the flags an inanimate object the flag represents we're not necessarily pledging allegiance to the president of the united states you can ever received the public you can have a respect for the presidency have a respect for the office of respect for the constitution and still not be happy with where things are politically it's to the republic for which the flags stands so to the republic to the country definitely not to experiment this crazy experiment called the united states of america makes them minneapolis mike what do you think about this high i was kinda surprised that it came from saint louis park clinically i it sounds more like something that would come out of powder horn park you know read it seriously i in in make discipline made me think of the words on the great seal eight blurb us unum and isn't that the idea of the pledge that it's bringing us two nights this is getting that's right we're all americans here that's right and if you're on the city council you're an american you're in service to the public of this great country so that's why i'm so shocked that it became controversial thank you mike got good comment i'll let's see judy jump on in here judy Judy judy. hi i was wondering if the saint louis park city council is going to stop using american currency because it says in god we trust that could be a problem they're going to go to bitcoin now bitcoin maybe taking it a bit too far it might be a bit to fund your next for the thank you judy we haven't heard about that by the way i live in saint louis park hopefully my money still good at the gas station not i just i want to hear from some of the people that are offended by the pledge and why are they offend by the plan muhammed's in his car muhammad jump on in here what do you think about this Mahmud. Can you hear us, sir? Yeah. I I go ahead. Yes. That as I'm a certain, you know. No. I don't know what's. That is absolutely me too. You know, because I think it's to be of an illusion. But like you said earlier, you know some people did like stand for the national act. Mm. i'm a hamad i'm sorry we want to hear your thoughts so call back in six five one nine eight nine nine two to six i'm i'm sorry that we we just couldn't get john it was a bad connection bill bill in brooklyn park jump in bill Hey, bill. Yes, sir. Yes. Go ahead. What, what, what do you think is Saint Louis park on the right track? Or are they overreacting here? I'm really against liberty and Justice for all. Are you at offense to crap? I mean, I'm being so I can sense your sarcasm. I hope you're being sarcastic. What are these people thinking about dividing? I mean it doesn't divide. Anybody unless you're anti-american, right? And think about it. I mean, if you really think about it, yet, the anti American, if you think that's offensive liberty and Justice for all, you know what I mean? It's, it's inclusive. Well, good, call all men are created equal. Yeah. That. Right. We're going to keep talking about this, but we have to take Dale in new pray. I see you stay on the line six five one nine eight nine nine two six or jumping on our Facebook live. We'll keep talking about this next. jordana here for my friend john schuster and the john schuster group coldwell banker burnet by the way check out the pollen showdown a facebook page john schuster is given away some twins tickets so check them out there and hopefully you will win but he's also giving away away to sell your home he's got these home seller forums and he teaches you everything you need to know about putting your house on the market then of course he'll list it for you just like mallory in plymouth she was looking down she heard our endorsement then she listed with other agents in the past no success everything changed when she called the john schuster group in less than a week his powerful marketing had their property sold with a qualified buyer closed in a month that is the power of john schuster he sold my home when another realtor couldn't he sold paul's home he's the only realtor i would call he guarantees to sell your home at a price and deadline you agree to or he will buy it no.
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"Often think when I'm watching a baseball game. I think I'm watching the game this, and, and I'm thinking what is it that he's seeing that I'm not seeing because that is one trained either DS? When he dials it up and looks at he, he sees things that I don't see. And so obviously, he knows follows the twins number the else. And he will join us on, on Sunday to talk about, you know, whatever's going on with the twins. We'll see how they do tonight tomorrow night, all those things they make it up and down the west coast out there Seattle and then in, in Los Angeles with the angels next week should be kind of fun to effort is playing the angels pretty good team. Seattle has become kind of nameless in Seattle. That's taken the movie sleepless in Seattle, pseudo. See, I don't know my pop culture nameless in Seattle, we call this group of baseball players, because it daren't that many names, you recognize team. You got Gordon who you know good player and his brother Nick place in the twin system into not allow you, they used to come in and big Felix Hernandez member. That, that was a cold Ice Man, Carlos Silva Murray Carlos Silva, signed with the Seattle. Mariners got a big contract. Pitching was the twins. Carlos big chiefs still lives in town. Yeah. Hey, quick, funny story. Enjoy this one. Carl says son plays traveling baseball for the white center program. My son plays in impre program, and so they're playing guests each other last year. And Carlos son is pitching. So Carlos from the stands decides to help his son, and he speaks in Spanish to tell him how to pitch to the other players. Right. Make sense because they're never gonna understand what he has to say. Right. So he is yelling out in Spanish, what he thinks his son should do. You know, Pichit high throw it law. Throw it inside all those things. With Carlos didn't realize was the entirety of our team earth. Ninety percent of them all attended Spanish immersion school. He. Just said throat. Hi. I just say outside you just said try to throw. And as my Giordana's daughter goes there as well ruby and today we run into each other wouldn't not this year. I guess I haven't seen her parent teacher conferences. He's probably been there. But, but I have not, but, but Jordan just darling daughter named ruby. And they go to the same schools as you from time to time out there, which is kind of fun to see her, and I feel I am for what you just cute as a bugs here in funny, and all those things. And you know, but after a while you go through different phases. Of course, goes through that phase where they want. They do not, not, not want you to walk with them in the school. There's nothing worse that you could do than walk them to their class. A couple of years going all live, you've gone through that you. Okay. The teachers in the school. The administrators different students say hi to the, the lady that stands at the door would visit bub-bubba anybody because I'm not allowed to go in the school because because I'm the net. You don't make me look cool. Then you can't be around me. So anyway, that's coming up on Sunday with Tomko. We'll be back here. Monday night. Ron share. We'll recap what I'm sure he's done. Kansas hunting Turkey. And so he's actually the guide for a group of guys. There's going down. He's kind of servings official guide and I don't know what the drawing was. But apparently these guys get the booby price and they. They said he had gotten fears guide so they didn't win. So that's where they are down there. They're stuck in Kansas with rye Turkey, but he'll be back on Monday with a full report on that as well. And then I'll join daily in the morning as well. We get this thing queued up pretty good here. She's churn like the old days. Good talk all day news, at the top of the hour, weather, keeping you updated and all. Yeah. Those Minnesota Twins right in the middle of it all it is the twins. And it is the Seattle mirrors game two twins hit four runs last night. Let's you steps up tonight the twins. And dan. Coming up next, and then the looting again tomorrow night and Sunday as well. West coast time here they come the twins on your home of the twins. Eight three oh w. To the max. Let's say you just bought a house. Bad.
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"Now bring us these sports and Spanish. Good luck with that, buddy. Dragan you, and I should be able to speak your kids will go to to Spanish immersion school. Something up Maxie. Here's all you need to know Lima s fantastical attest to. L S fantastical Conde Albina. Where's where's exactly his windy? We haven't said that in a long time. Well, snow lovers have said that boy, I loved him out a great year for snow, and I love to see all the different businesses thrive stone, you know, apology winter for snow lovers comes around maybe once every four or five years. So I kept thinking in February gifting. I wish this is the way it looked at Christmas because he was so beautiful. You know, how did this become a weather segment? Everything it all comes. Because I was a little gopher basketball. They they are going to play Louisville. Interesting mattress, obviously because Rick Pitino coach there, and Richard Patino is an assistant there. And so the NCW obviously thought through that before they put these two on the board. Interesting because it's in Des Moines travel out there in pretty easy drive for gopher fans to get to eleven fifteen AM game on Wednesday. But I just I have a good feeling about the gophers Louisville's. Okay. They can I shared coach Chris max, you this thing all kind of folded out there. When when Rick Pitino was let go and they replaced him with an assistant coach Chris mad comes in from Xavier puts his team together. But I just I think the gophers have beaten better teams than this. And if preparation everything is dog think Richard Patino, isn't benefiting from some scouting reports on this team. Because a lot of those kids must have been there when Rick was there, or at least their context too. So I think the gophers we very well prepared. And even though there. The the ten seed versus the seven seed. I I think he liked to go in this one. All right. Well, we like the gophers and all of them. Did you ask about the brackets already? I didn't yet. Have you done? Any tips, Maxine a did it today for a website segment? Okay. And Buddhadev winning you have Syracuse winning. Of course, naturally. Syracuse is gonna give up by Baylor because bidders, get Freddie Glaspie my guy from Carleton college at transfer down there. UK's gone as in Kentucky because they get read Travis Duke dig about this there've been two final fours here. Who's been national championship team? Who's been the coach? I dunno. You. Tell me Jeff skiing, Duke and multiple. There you go. He comes back again, you can't bet against Duke. What are they look good? Florida state trae Jones from apple valley leading the way. I got you. Yeah. So I like Michigan a lot. I'm heavy on Michigan. Yeah. That's my kids are going to go with Michigan. University of Michigan. Right, wolverines the wolverines all brands. They're good, man. They really playing. Well, right now, I think maybe they'll win job productivity is going to suffer. Do you? Can you watch on your computer, Maxine? In this case, I'll be at the games. But I can't at my computer is probably you know, pro I know there's some apples. I guide us click on naked watch it on my phone. I have no idea, you know. I can walk you through that, buddy. It is amazing. The number of people who sneak peeks, you know, throughout the day peak speaks when there's no job happened. Feeder they're dreaming, Ed or doing whatever. Oh, cool. That's cool slice of Americana. The first two days Thursday and Friday when you guys sixteen games each day. And you just got you find as many TV monitors as you can. Pretty fun. Nobody knows anything about these teams. And they don't know anything about that. Your last year. It was Loyola that want, of course, and went to the final four. They're the darling of it and Villanova ended up winning it all Jay Wright. Michigan have beaten the finals there. But you know, I I mean, there's no way you can keep up with college basketball anymore because they used to be when the players would play three or four years to see him team, you could figure out who was star studded you could figure out who had a good chance to win back with Gary Coleman was playing Syracuse. Now, my resonate with your the parole. Washington. Jordanian yellow? Yes. Sure. Of course, there the whole time. Syracuse is going to be really good now because they leaves so quick all bets are off. All bets are off. We didn't get to your right to come.
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"Into town for something. And he was kind. He was he spent some time when he was the anchor of the nightly news anchor of the nightly news. So I you know, I'm sorry that he stepped in it. I think it's easier than ever today to step in it. Do you think he's not gonna oh I I think he stepped in it? I don't think he meant to step in it. I think he's trying to engage debate and crossed the line. But today's hard to know that line keeps shifting right? I think he's a truth teller. I think he said what everybody's thinking yet. No one says out loud. And I know that he walked it back. He tweeted in response to the social media backlash. You know that he's he's sorry. He he sorry that he didn't mean to do that. He didn't want to upset anybody. You know? Yeah. Okay. He eat tweeted sort of an apology. But when I listened to that I hear the truth. He says people are afraid white people when he talks to other white people. They're afraid they're going to have Brown grandbabies, and there is systemic racism in this country, and they don't want that. So he was just telling it like it is it just is that doesn't make Tom Brokaw racist. He was just saying what he hears. He also. Said that Republicans are afraid when Brown people come to this country. They're all going to become Democrats that doesn't make Tom Brokaw racist. That's just the truth or the truth of what he hears know, what people tell him. And then the fact that he says he's long he says he's long wished Hispanics were would assimilate a little bit more. Maybe we'll learn the language a little bit faster. Okay. Look, I'm sure when immigrants come here, they want to learn the language. I assume they want to learn the language. I hope they do. We want them to we want them to be able to communicate with us. We want them. If you're sitting next to me at your kids are kids basketball game. I want to be able to talk to you and have a conversation, and I may not speak your language because I don't so it would be great. If you could speak mine, I don't think there was anything racist about what he said. It was the truth. But it's viewed no differently. It's viewed through a different lens. Right. I get that. I get that. Have. We are we to PC is this a function of being PC or. Or is this a function about the fact that people really aren't having the conversation. This is the conversation that needs to start happening. Okay. Immigrants or people that are coming. They're not born in this country. Tell us how you want us to treat you tell us what you need from us to make your transition easier and people who were born in this country. What do you want from people who are coming here? The conversation needs to have it. If you want them to speak English say say it, and then if that's really what you want go and volunteer at an ESL class at your local school. So you can teach the next generation of immigrants how to speak English if it's that important to you be the change make a stand on it bad that you want people to speak the language to communicate with them help out. It's just I mean, some of its common sense. I mean, my dad when he came over here. Nineteen fifty he had to learn the language. He grew up in Germany. He spoke German some part of him realize that hey to be successful here to maximize my success the arc of my career. I can't get by speaking German in in Indiana. He went to Wabash, and he so he quickly he learned some English in school growing up in Germany, but he he had to come over here. He learned the language. I mean, if I moved to France, if I just say the heck with it. I'm outta here. I'm gonna move to the south of France for the rest of my years. Can I come? Absolutely. Thank you. Absolutely laurie. Laurie might be annoyed by that. But okay for the first thing, I would do is learn to speak French. Yes, right. Yes. Just to get around to be able to again, not only to have conversations but to be. Successful to be able to talk to people. It is who, you know, expanding your network that doesn't mean I wouldn't speak English. Of course, I'm going to speak English. But I would also learn French how has common sense become this. Double edged sword. Now. Yamachi I'll seen door of his on PBS responding to Tom Brokaw just say that we also need to adjust. What we think of as America you're talking about assimilation. I grew up in Miami. Where people speak Spanish, but they are what their kids, speak English and idea that we think of American can only speak English Spanish, and other languages wasn't always part of America is some ways troubling is. He I don't think that's what he was saying. And by the way, she's from PBS she was responding on meet the press to this to the statement. I don't think that's what he was saying. He didn't learn English and forget about your native tongue. Right. He did not say that. He just be bilingual. That's right. Be bilingual. And I don't think that there's anything wrong with that. I don't think that there's anything wrong with asking folks to learn the language of this country. Although it's English officially the language of America. I know there's every couple of years is this debate is no official language. It's not the. Things to say about that. No, I guess it would be native American if we were being really technical about that. But the fact is that most a lot most people speak English when you when you know who who live here in America. That's I guess unaccepted language here. So it behooves you to learn the language. My mother is a first generation here. And what her parents came over? They didn't speak any English. They fled the holocaust and they spoke Czech. And they spoke Hungarian, and they spoke Yiddish, of course, as most juice coming from eastern Europe, did so there's three languages in the house, and they would speak Hungarian at home because that was the common language that my my grandmother who was from Czechoslovakia could also speak Hungarian. So she's they spoke on your in in the house growing up, and she would say that her father would tell her don't speak Hungarian outside of the house. And when you when you respond to us, responding English. So we can learn the language better. Now, I'm not saying that that's the great way to do it. Because today, my mother will say. You can't really speak Hungarian. She can only understand it even though I secretly thinks. She can speak it, but she doesn't ever use it. I mean, she's gonna speak Hungarian to it's fairly useless language around here right now, Scott sorry, all my Hungarian friends out there. But but he was fabric about she. And my aunt only speaking English and learning the language and sounding American look, I'm not saying people should not have their heritage. Trust me. We eat Hungarian food. We he talks about hunger heat when he was alive used to talk about how proud Hungarian Josh Gabor, the whole shebang, but. We learned the language. He was important for my for him that my mother and her sister, go to college that they buy land. These were American things in his mind that made you more American, and it was important for him that his children be American and the ability to speak English. Let's to other tongues the ability to speak English part of the glue that pulls us all together. Right. But people have been speaking Spanish in the southern US for hundreds and hundreds of years. I don't think Tom Brokaw was insinuating. The, hey, stop speaking Spanish, it's like, no, keep speaking Spanish, speak, all you want. But at least have the ability to talk with me in English or try try again, I don't think that Tom. I don't necessarily think he said anything wrong. But what he did do was open the conversation. He later truth bomb on us. And now it's up to us to hash it out Tracy wants to jump in on the line hair. Tracy, some thoughts on Tom Brokaw. I love. Hey, tracy. Tracy, iran. Tracy. Can you hear us? I can hear you. Yes. We can hear you. You're on the air with us. Any thoughts about what Tom said? I just feel like, you know, people's perspectives are valid and everybody likes situation at different, and, you know, our family members European people move here by choice back then finds a change and people are moving here for different reasons. And that's what makes our country so beautiful being bilingual is difficult. And we don't honor the people that are bilingual currently like in our school system. We tell them don't be Chinese don't be Spanish don't speak Somali, which we are basically asking them to assimilate, and I just don't feel like it's it's fair to the other people's perspectives, including Tom Brokaw, but we we need to be more open to people's different life circumstances. And why they speak the languages. They speak. So are you saying when people come here, they shouldn't learn English? When they can they should. But we don't know what their circumstances are. We don't know what their intellectual abilities. Are we don't know what their education opportunities are? So they may want to I'm a teacher. I should probably learn Spanish because seventy five percent of my student population families, speak Spanish as a first language, but I just don't have the time or opportunity right now as a working mother to learn Spanish, you know, what I mean? Sure sure, thanks for the call, Tracy. I appreciate it. I would argue one of the things that unites us as Americans is the ability to do better to excel to take the next step. We have no caste system in the USA like Great Britain does an India does if you achieve you can do better you can make more money. You can pull yourself up the American, and I would argue as an entrepreneur that if you don't learn English you are making it harder. For yourself to pull yourself up and pull your kids up and to have a better life. And and so get the head there. I harder for yourself. I love that Tracy's a teacher, and she knows more than I do certainly about what goes on in the schools, but I send my kids to Spanish immersion school, and that was a choice because I think they should be bilingual. I think everybody should have drain these Amercia. So those kids are encouraged, I know Tracy said, they're not encouraged to speak different languages, but certainly immersion schools that's necessary. And and I think it's fantastic that we have those opportunities. I think that's that's our society going in the right direction. We have French immersion. Now, we have Hebrew immersion. We have we have all of these immersion schools now where it's encouraged bilingualism is encouraged and it's good for your brain. If you can speak multiple languages it. Usually means you're also good in math, and maybe computer coding, so it it bodes well for the rest of your career, if you can speak multiple languages,.
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"Mellberg while the brewers way to play the dodgers Friday. The rush continues for fans to find brewers merchandise the past several weeks I've seen people buying whatever they can to show their support for the brewers this postseason at the team store at Miller park Monday. Jesse cannizzaro was looking for an item for her seven month old son. Got tickets this morning at ten o'clock. We were one of the lucky ones to get some really nosebleed seats. And we're gonna bring William for his first baseball game for Wendy Zama, Bah, whose father Don gallon was a scout for the team she wants to give him item. So he can route on the team from Los Angeles brewers more. He loves a more expect sales to say strong as long as the brewers stay in the hunt for World Series. The issue of Amazon's fifteen dollars an hour. Minimum wage came up during Monday's US Senate debate put on in part by today's TM j four Leofric MIR says, this is a great example of how government should only focus on setting up a favorable environment for businesses to grow. This has spurred the economy along with the regulatory. Reforms that the president. And we here have done in Wisconsin. That's what allows an Amazon to save fifteen dollars an hour. Instead of government saying Senator Tammy Baldwin says there does need to be a standard set by the federal government. So that people aren't working multiple jobs to make a living. I am delighted by Amazon's example, but I do believe that we need to be role models in government. And we need to support a living wage one of the two girls committed to mental health institutions for the slender. Man stabbing is appealing her case. The lawyer for Morgan geyser Matthew did not provide details for the appeal which he filed notice of Monday geyser and anissa wire both pleaded guilty due to mental health reasons for the stabbing of Peyton Luton are back in two thousand fourteen. What do you do when a house fire occurs? That's what second graders from the walkie Spanish immersion school learned Monday as the Milwaukee fire department ran their survival alive. House for them community relations director Michael ball says it helps to give kids hands on experience of a simulated fire, and it doesn't hurt to have sparky the dog along just because.
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"Wait to play the dodgers Friday. The rush continues for fans to find brewers merchandise the past several weeks I've seen people buying whatever they can to show their support for the brewers this postseason at the team store at Miller park Monday. Jesse cannizzaro was looking for an item for her seven month old son. Got tickets this morning at ten o'clock. We were one of the lucky ones to get some really nosebleed seats. And we're gonna bring William for his first baseball game for Wendy Zama, Bah, whose father Don gallon was a scout for the team she wants to give him item. So he can route on the team from Los Angeles is the brewers more. He loves a more expect sales to stay strong as long as the brewers stay in the hunt for World Series. The issue of Amazon's fifteen dollars an hour. Minimum wage came up during Monday's US Senate debate put on in part by today's TM J four Leofric mayor says this is a great example of how government should only focus on setting up a favorable environment for businesses to grow. This has spurred. The economy along with the regulatory reforms that the president, and we have done in Wisconsin. That's what allows an Amazon to say fifteen dollars an hour instead of government saying Senator Tammy Baldwin says there does need to be a standard set by the federal government. So that people aren't working multiple jobs to make a living. I am delighted by Amazon's example, but I do believe that we need to be role models in government. And we need to support a living wage one of the two girls committed to mental health institutions for the slender. Man stabbing is appealing her case. The lawyer for Morgan geyser Matthew Pinnock did not provide details for the appeal which he filed notice of Monday geyser and Anisa wire both pleaded guilty due to mental health reasons for the stabbing of Pete lunar back in two thousand fourteen. What do you do when a house fire occurs? That's what second graders from Milwaukee Spanish immersion school. Learn Monday as the Milwaukee fire department ran their survival alive. House for them community relations director Michael ball says it helps to give kids hands on experience of a simulated player, and it doesn't hurt to have sparky the dog along just because Mark.
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"Now nine zero. Three I'm Steve. Simpson WBZ news this hour's top local story defense attorneys what charges dismissed. Against a former Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed an Australian. Woman last year attorneys were ex officer Mohammad nor arguing motions filed yesterday the charges should be dropped because, of prosecutorial misconduct and lack of probable cause Norris, charged with third degree, murder, and second degree manslaughter in the July fifteenth 2017 death of Justice Damon she. Was killed after calling nine one. One to report a possible sexual assault, north attorneys argue, Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman statements about. The case quote have undermined officer north fundamental right to, a fair trial the referring to a video recorded, by activists last. December four months before. He was charged Sloane Martin c. oh, new this, morning one person is under arrest for a fatal stabbing in Saint Paul park Chapin last. Night around seven thirty near a Spanish immersion school in the one. Thousand block of third street information from investigators is limited but charges are pending against the person in custody, the man who pleaded guilty to plowing into north, Minneapolis park and striking, three, young children will be sentenced later this morning prosecutors say Twenty-seven-year-old Kabar Powell of. Richfield did not break when he, was fleeing police dangerous speeds on surface, streets and hit, the young kids who are on the. Basketball court with consecutive sentences he's expected to be sent, to nearly three years in prison Kyle and Nicole Pelletier l. WDC radio soon after that two year old cadence suffered a. Brain injury Nicole recounted what she experienced that day in June In the background link Nineteen instead you have to come right now They, saw him hit by the car prosecutors say speeds exceeded eighty miles an hour and. Powell ran at least twenty two stop signs the next governor will play a major role in redrawing congressional and legislative districts following the twenty twenty cents as congressman Tim walls and DFL candidate for governor as leading the effort is a huge responsibility because the integrity of the lines is when he goes absolutely critical to the functioning of democracy, tells w. Dave Lee on the morning news the gerrymandered districts disincentivize people believing they have a say, has a long history of. Fighting this out but eventually getting it right I will encourage us to make sure that we're doing nonpartisan whether. Citizen or judicial redistricting to get that right and I think that is a that will be a legacy, piece that if we can get. That right I'll be very proud of, walls walls also agreed with his Republican opponent Jeff Johnson that he doesn't foresee, a lot of mudslinging in the upcoming campaign but he says the to have very different visions. For the state just a day after His resounding win in his race for DFL candidate for state. Attorney general congressman Keith Ellison addressing abuse allegations made by an ex girlfriend he sat down with WCC's as may Murphy yesterday did you ever abuse her in any way no physically emotionally no did you ever drag her off abandoned by her feet no absolutely not Karen Monaghan said that there was a video of that particular incident but said, she would not release it she then told CNN that she actually lost that tape Ellison says that, doesn't exist says that he. And Monaghan had been a good relationship does not understand why she saying the things she is now Ellison one. Is race Tuesday with.
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"Locations and they're also extending their dollar rita promotion from april so that's dollar margaritas through cinco de mayo well so the beer that they are offering for two dollars every time i say this people i've had people argue with me and from spanish class i'm like i feel like it said this way but a lot of people say it differently i am open to the fact that i could be wrong okay okay say dose a piece instead of dough secondes oh yeah you're crazy yeah i'm crazy yeah i am so it's not so sakiz snow oh okay all right didn't even paused on her in her diagnosis oh no you're crazy kice does as well any other word that you see in spanish where there's a dose you say dose and you don't yeah put the emphasis on the next word you say dose you know so that's why i always thought it was dose eckes why does does have to do the dose part of it yes that affects the akis but just by itself this is my favorite conversation would you have would you say equities akis yeah i wouldn't say a kice okay all right well on hill has said yes right great what does she thought that people were telling you that it was some other so i'm saying it wrong well you'll see okay here we go here's on hill saying it correctly does akc's does does a keys had multi have repeated if you're i'm saying it then because he's saying dose and then saying a piece let's hear it sounds like you're saying those does akc's it's it's where they're putting the s the confuses me they're saying dole seconds you were saying dosa keys that's what you said goes to keep those keys dosa akis does akc's separating the word my my point is is words yes yes okay okay i'm sorry you were saying key that's why you said dosa keys i here's the problem conversation right they're saying doe doe was one word in this god i i wanted to be dose a piece yes because it is too right so the emphasis on where the s is that's what okay keebler calling piece people are calling yes okay i wonder if there they have other trust on hell i i trust on hell but i don't know maybe we do need to phone a friend yeah okay maybe there is a third way to say it donna's getting clarification from several mytalk call again dose we have ryan on the line should a spanish immersion school ryan what i'm doing and why maybe not be explaining all right okay hi hi i used to teach spanish immersion school i used to teach six and seven year old man help out on good i'm glad you can go on typically a spanish word has an emphasis on the second syllable no you're following the pattern that you've learned yeah but with akis the accent is actually on that either i eat so there's if you see it out written usually there's like a little till they over the eve yes you should be punching i t's it's strong so that where you need to put the emphasis gotcha okay are with me akis does akis akis yes instead of does a case yes but what about the say doe secondes rhonda applebee's right now forget how to stay pretty good.
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"It gets harder fia tell me about it it's practically unless your brain is wire to certainly it's almost impossible as an adult poehler and another language zaire with america i'm gonna go i need to know another like we had to bear oceans there are soon of big beautiful wall i always kinda wanted to i tried a little bit once and i told my italian fringes sepe when thomas at atlanta flanked flank she said you know english that's the only language you need to know he barely smoking les schwab now would it gosheh zafy good point uh i tried like razi to learn german four years i thought i'm a pretty bright guy howard's is could have be god nothing humbled me like that well i knew this and i was certified kids that expose them to a foreign language before they were seven or eight years old because it's so easy to pick up and i have it but just learned the bad words and make your foreign coworkers laugh pretty good advice vincent angry well i got friends assent their kids to the the the language immersion spanish emergence schools really hard to get in the spanish immersion school i just didn't care so we didn't all how much you speak english joe getty's english immersion school selectedx slow would loud right about you write learn to speak angloirish blache right then repeat it there's nothing more demeaning then repeating the unnecessarily repeated brought brainpower wins your raw brain power at a peak through yesteryear terms of a memory in just you know computing power 18 happens pretty young for just one raw brain power i believe that cutting it i could learn fast at eighteen this one i i quibble with but things you're quibbling peak on believe that you have heard different numbers throughout my life and just my own life experiences different but when are you most attractive two people of the opposite sex 23 they have.
"spanish immersion school" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Jld stamp yeah and and i hope like entertainment tonight hires her or access hollywood right there that one go um step back not kit but the other lady that was there for a long time so i go were they get tired at nails who places okay angelina jolie in case you're wondering julia people is reporting that teacher angelina is overseen the language of music lessons of her six kids as their home schooled uh but she stays away from their math in english that you'll understand than any mom overseas at because you hire the person you tell him with the agenda as yeah so she's just like everyone else but liu into so many different languages being top net how okay shilo is learning the cambodian language packs is learning vietnamese because he knows how to do cambodian right maddox is learning german and russian can the hara is of getting fluent in french and vivian end is learning arabic knox's learning sign language summit do not smart that is because the mind can just pick it up so much and once you learn one language when you're young you can do that would be awesome i mean i always would kind of regret that in and have my kids go to spanish immersion score french immersion because it be so great to be will die literal add because casey heaviest go kids go to a spanish immersion school and those two of nor luis bunuel they're not even we petito we got gotta keep unido chief yes you do you how you deal with against hagan spanish and have had to do it in college as well yes none of it about my older brother.
"spanish immersion school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I think there's of business explanation for that if you look at the people who buy movies movie tickets and the percentage of frequent moviegoers who are certain ethnicities latinos make up twenty three per some of regular moviegoers end there about eighteen percent of the population so pixar being a smart business looked at that and said how could make a movie that deliver something to that audience because typically latino on it's his turn out in droves for animated films even if those animated films don't have anything to do with our experience and picks are i think it's worth noting has been very good about paying attention to representation of things so like in finding nemo you can see how a fish swam in cars you know that it's authentic in terms of the way a car goes around a race track the kitchen season ratae to we are very accurate but they seem to have done something different here and that's that they've been as careful with cultural representation as they have been with physical representation in the past and i think that's probably why this movie is succeeding notches here but it in latin america and in mexico and before we jump to the phones professor black i wonder if also the flip side of that is that may be disney has learned some of the lessons of the past of the risk of getting that wrong i mean we've come a long way from the days of the disney short you know the three cub a janos or you know the the more stereotypical depictions of mexico maybe hollywood is beginning to learn the lessons of what happens when you don't pay attention to some once culture yeah fa i did think about uh disney's past in those uh past attempts uh did think about how easy it could be to fall into a negative stereotypes of uh mexicans and i was very pleased i was uh i had my critical eyes on when i was at the movie really on alert looking for those uh negative portrayals but i came away very very relieved very happy it exceeded my expectations okay y'all have been very patient waiting on the phone lines let's dive in now eight five five two three six one a one a beginning in tulsa oklahoma where laura is on the line how laura what's on your mind okay well i have three elementary school children and they attend two spanish immersion school and when the.