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What Happens After the FBI Raid? Joe D. and Victoria T. Weigh In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:40 min | 18 hrs ago

What Happens After the FBI Raid? Joe D. and Victoria T. Weigh In

"Now? What do you expect happens now? Let's start with you, Victoria. How is DoJ? How's the national archives? How is the FBI going to play this? The fact that the FBI director is on vacation is rather intriguing and he didn't know this was coming up. The White House didn't know. They're going to search and raid the president who just left less than two years ago. They don't know Victoria. Yeah, well, The White House is a pretty broad term. So who at The White House was told who was included. But this is actually, it's very typical that the Justice Department and the FBI do not comment on a case when something happens. When it's a former president. But this is an exception. And I think they need to give an explanation. The American people. They are hiding because they don't want to give an explanation because it is so obvious that this was a pretextual search warrant based on nonexistent evidence from all that we can tell when there is no way that the home residents or office of a former president of the United States should have ever been subject to a search warrant under these circumstances. I can think of no circumstances where this will be done. This is truly truly Soviet style law enforcement, which is to say it is political law enforcement with no basis in law or in fact. This is a disgraceful moment for the Justice Department and the FBI and the smarmy Ness with which they have refused to comment is a symptom of just how ugly and crude this exercise was yesterday. Yeah, but

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Kenya in close presidential election amid prayers for peace

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 d ago

Kenya in close presidential election amid prayers for peace

"Kenyans are voting in a rather unusual presidential election A long time opposition leader backed by the outgoing president faces the deputy president who styled himself as the outsider East Africa's main economic hub could see a presidential runoff for the first time economic issues could be more important than the ethnic tensions that have marked pass votes with some time deadly results The top candidates are regular Odinga whose vibe for the presidency for a quarter century and deputy president William Ruto who stresses his journey from a humble childhood to appeal to millions of struggling Kenyans long accustomed to political dynasties I'm Charles De Ledesma

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The Christian Foundation of Our Nation With Bill Federer

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 3 d ago

The Christian Foundation of Our Nation With Bill Federer

"People will say that there's nothing exceptional about America. And that America is not a Christian nation. Tell us why that is historically incorrect. So Muslims invading Europe, the Catholic king of Spain tries to stop them, can't, then Martin Luther starts the reformation. The king of Spain tries to stop that and he can't, and he finally makes a deal with the protestants. And he is called a piece of Augsburg of 1555. I took German in college and you know how to say 1555 in German? Film styles from 404 from sake. I think it sounds funny. Anyway, 1555 piece of Oxford, it let every king decide what's going to be believed in his kingdom. And so suddenly Europe, you have England being Anglican, Scotland, being Presbyterian, Holland being Dutch reform, Greece being Greece, orthodox, Germany being Luther in Switzerland, calvinist in Italy, Spain, France, et cetera, Catholic. And if you didn't believe the way your king did, you fled. And those were the people that spilled over and founded colonies in America. So I read through every charter of every colony. England, you had the anglicans founded Virginia, Puritans founded Massachusetts, congregationalists founded Connecticut and New Hampshire. Baptist founded Rhode Island. Dutch reform founded New York. And the Swedish lutherans found that Delaware and New Jersey and Catholics founded Maryland and then the quakers on the Pennsylvania. So just like Europe, there was a different denomination per country in America was more or less a different denomination per colony, and they didn't get along. And

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Sebastian Welcomes Breitbart's Editor-In-Chief Alex Marlow

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:51 min | 5 d ago

Sebastian Welcomes Breitbart's Editor-In-Chief Alex Marlow

"Mahler, welcome back to America first. Doctor gator is a blast to be with you and I what a great story and I never ask you for silly number that was very stupid of me. And I probably should have, because in retrospect, he did let me pull the trigger and some first class travel a few times. It was probably not necessary. Well, we have so much to discuss, especially your latest series of articles about in America this summer, the summer of rage. But first, let me share with our millions of listers across the nation, a story you told me in one of those very, very early editorial mornings that we used to have what like 9 a.m. every morning with the key editors. And you told me every story, anything that gets up onto this hallowed ground of bright dot com has to have certain elements. Number one, it has to be interesting. It has to be fun to read. Number two, it has to push the mission forward of saving America of standing up for our values, the values upon which our republic was founded. And if I miss any out, please add them. And then the one I find so interesting, especially now as I'm writing a television script for a new show, is in each story because they're there. You've got to find an identify the villains and the heroes. Am I missing anything out from the breitbart style book? Yeah, no, that's it. It's if there's anything I would add to the last point that we like content that fights. We like content that puts our audience in the fight. And bonus points, if you can do that without actually having to literally write, go fight with this person or fight on behalf of that person, but yes, absolutely we see ourselves as not just part of the news landscape. We think we're the best part of the news landscape. But we're also a part of the activist landscape as well. And I think that that's a part of that is identifying what are the battles that matter for this country and for the free world, but

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Kentucky man admits to coronavirus loan fraud scheme

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Kentucky man admits to coronavirus loan fraud scheme

"A Kentucky man is sentenced to almost three years in prison for a COVID relief loan scam David Christopher Lewis will also have to pay full restitution for using false pretenses to accept $370,000 in paycheck protection loans under a federal COVID assistance program The government forgives those loans if the money is used for payroll rent or other approved expenses In his plea agreement Lewis admitted to submitting fraudulent applications in 2020 for the loans on behalf of businesses related to a Comic-Con style event that he'd organized in previous years and about employment and payroll records I'm Julie Walker

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Mancini finishes homestand in style as Orioles top Rays 3-0

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Mancini finishes homestand in style as Orioles top Rays 3-0

"Dray Mancini hit an inside the park home run to help lead the Orioles to a three zero win over the rays taking three of four from Tampa Jordan lyles pitched into the 6th to earn his 7th win and the Orioles bullpen was dominant again with Felix Bautista earning a four out save Mancini could be dealt by the trade deadline next week I'm just going to go out there every day and keep playing for this team and the name across my chest You know because I love the city and the team and a lot of these guys in here Ryan Yarborough suffered the loss to fall to Owen 6 the rays left ten on base and they finished out at two and 5 road trip Craig heist Baltimore

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AR-15 style guns sold as a sign of manhood as shootings rise

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

AR-15 style guns sold as a sign of manhood as shootings rise

"The House oversight and reform committee finds U.S. gun makers made a $1 billion in sales of AR-15 style rifles over the past ten years In a hearing Wednesday House oversight and reform committee chair New York Democrat Carolyn maloney said two gun companies tripled their AR-15 sales revenues over the past three years A third Smith and Wesson saw its long gun sales nearly double Maloney says one reason is how they market their weapons That includes marketing to children praying on young men's insecurities and even appealing to violent white supremacists Kentucky representative James comer is a committee's ranking Republican Gun manufacturers do not cause violent crime Criminals cause violent crime There have been at least 15 mass killings this year 86 people dead 63 others injured all involved guns in 7 AR-15 style rifles Tim McGuire Washington

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The Only Difference Between New Zealand and China

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:33 min | Last week

The Only Difference Between New Zealand and China

"How many times have I played for you? The frightening comments of the dictator of New Zealand, an elected dictator, but that doesn't mean anything. We've elected a dictator in our country. State of emergencies, that's all they have to declare, I think that the state of emergency allowance should be removed, I understand the dangers because they might actually be a real emergency as opposed to the ones that the left make up, nevertheless, I, the abuse of something is greater than the use of something, then you get rid of the something. So my Friends, it is time to get rid of the state of emergency, allowance for governors, and for presidents. The left will abuse any possible use of authority to become a dictatorial regime, and in light of that and in light of New Zealand, what that woman did, locking up her country, China style. It was truly China style. The only difference between China and New Zealand for much of the last two years is that in New Zealand, you had a freely elected dictator whereas in China you had a non freely elected dictator. The difference is minuscule, except that I blame the New Zealand people more than I blame the Chinese people.

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AP Stylebook Issues Guide for Transgender Coverage

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:55 min | Last week

AP Stylebook Issues Guide for Transgender Coverage

"So The Associated Press is the nation's largest news agency. And so when you, it doesn't matter if you have a big paper, small paper in your town, they're using Associated Press copy. In other words, everybody's pretty much getting the exact same news. And one of the big things they have is something called a style book. Every journalist knows that the style book is sort of like the holy Bible in American newsrooms. We have one here in our bunker. And everybody follows by and large, everybody in journalism follows the AP style book. Now, here's the deal. AP style book just announced that they have added a topical guide for transgender coverage. The Associated Press now says that this is, again, this is determined settled science. AP now says sex and gender assigned at birth by doctors can turn out to be inaccurate. They now say that gender is a spectrum. It is not a binary structure consisting only of men and women. The Associated Press is now telling journalists to stop using words like biological male and biological female. So all these words are about to disappear or be disappeared from your local newspapers. For any of you who still read your local newspaper. What about pronouns? Reporters are being told to stop using phrases like preferred pronouns, or chosen pronouns. Look, this is evolving on a daily basis, the number of words and phrases were not allowed to use. Can't say grooming anymore on social media, but we do. By the way, you talk about these people mutilating their bodies, chop it off their boobs, chop it off their little plumbing. Yeah, you're not allowed to call that mutilation anymore. According

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Why Harry Truman Refused to Drop the Atomic Bomb

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:14 min | 2 weeks ago

Why Harry Truman Refused to Drop the Atomic Bomb

"I love the conversational style that Truman uses here. He says, now once in a while, I'll get a letter from some impatient person asking, why don't we get it over with? Why don't we issue an ultimatum make all out war drop the atomic bomb? And for most Americans, the answer is quite simple. We're not made that way. We're a moral people, pieces are gold with justice and freedom. We can not of our very free will violate the principles that we are striving to defend. The whole purpose of what we're doing to prevent World War three, starting a war is no way to make peace. An interesting point of view there because, again, he viewed the involvement in Korea. He viewed the involvement of the use or non use of the atomic bomb, was that they were trying to avoid a war. And at this point in time, the lord had lived with the world he lived 8 years without any kind of other nuclear devices being used, atomic device being used, and he viewed that as a success. Now he also was very adamant in saying that, look, using these devices would end the Cold War. It would end the communists with me, but it also end hours as well. He understood that the forming doctrine of mutually assured destruction and that was what was coming on.

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John Zmirak on the Show Trial and Conviction of Steve Bannon

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 2 weeks ago

John Zmirak on the Show Trial and Conviction of Steve Bannon

"Mirac, you've written an article about Steve Bannon and the show trial. For people who aren't up on this, give us the background. What's going on with Steve Bannon? Okay, well, we all know that the January 6th committee is a political kangaroo court. It's a Stalin style show trial. So far, until this point, they mainly focused on people who had something to do with the protest on January 6th of our stolen 2020 election. People who were present or at least people who were involved in planning it, or at least people who sent text messages regarding it to their friends. Steve Bannon had been out of The White House for three years. He had nothing to do with the events on January 6th. No one ever said he did. Nevertheless, this partisan stacked committee in Congress that doesn't allow cross examination doesn't allow responses doesn't allow people to confront their accusers. They have secondhand hearsay anonymous information. They're just monkeys throwing poop at the wall to see what will stick. Well, the monkeys on the January 6th committee issued a subpoena of Steve Bannon. Demanding that he reveal the conversations he had in The White House three years before January 6th. And he said, under executive privilege, this stuff is protected information belongs to the executive branch of government and the legislative branch doesn't have the right to subpoena this. President Trump has claimed executive privilege. I am not going to testify. This is called the separation of powers. Remember? From 6th grade, we learned about it.

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Ben Domenech, Brian Kemp on 'Life, Liberty & Levin' This Sunday

Mark Levin

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ben Domenech, Brian Kemp on 'Life, Liberty & Levin' This Sunday

"Could you please do me a favor Could you please watch the incredible life liberty and Levin this Sunday It's the best show on Fox News channel parnon across the border A lot of people a lot of friends of mine who do shows over there I'm sorry Life liberty and Levin is the gold standard And this Sunday at 8 p.m. you're gonna see Mark interview in his incredible style Ben Dominic and Richard Kemp Good show 8 p.m. eastern on Fox News

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Mediaite's Sarah Rumpf Offended by Mark Levin's 'Ranting'

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Mediaite's Sarah Rumpf Offended by Mark Levin's 'Ranting'

"And it puts some really vicious stupid people to work Now I would not call Sarah rump a vicious stupid person I don't know her All I said is she seemed like a 12 year old Her lack of substance in her writing style she took grave grave not even great grave offense She pointed out I'm a lawyer And she was upset at my ranting And she said of course I didn't provide any substantive information in response to her genius Of course I did it's right there on the video that she attached But she's a slow listener She said you know there's four elements for elements in greenhouse gases really Who knew Sarah I've studied this issue at great length many many years ago When you were 12 years old doctor Edward wegman from page one 32 of liberty and tyranny I wrote that book I thought you should know A professor at the center for computational statistics at George Mason university Chair of the national Academy of Sciences committee on applied theoretical statistics Board member of the American statistical association More than just a lawyer was tasked by congressional committee to lead a group of experts in examining the hockey stick evidence Now this evidence but like getting into great detail you see Sarah broadcasting you have limited time Which is why when you write a stupid essay you have all the time in the world

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Manchin Blocks Biden Again

The Trish Regan Show

01:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Manchin Blocks Biden Again

"Jill Biden, doctor Jill Biden told CNN that her husband had so many hopes. Sure, he's frustrated because he's not getting a lot done. But again, this is this overconfidence combined with lack of intellect because anyone could have told you you're not going to get the FDR style stuff done. Thank goodness. When you don't have the Senate buddy, I mean, look, Joe Manchin just coming out. Just this past week and saying, you know, I'm not into this whole thing. You're agenda that would push the climate change in green energy and higher taxes for the wealthy. I'm not going to go along with it. So Joe Manchin, a Democrat holding up the initiatives of this president, but he had seen that one comment. I mean, I think the rest of the world did. Right? So he's got this head that's this big, he thinks he's going to jam everything through and he's kind of surprised like why is it not happening? Don't be surprised. It's not happening because one you don't have the votes and two, you just don't get

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The Effectiveness of Opporation Warp Speed

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

The Effectiveness of Opporation Warp Speed

"In Yuval D, we saw paralysis on the part I think 400 law enforcement officers. Yeah. And in the COVID years, and that paralysis resulted in massive loss of life and tragedy. And maybe some of the couldn't have been prevented, but certainly the response, the paralyzed inability to act. Led to the death of children who died from bleeding out and teachers who died from bleeding out. The paralysis at the public health level and at the public education level led to terrible consequences, and I think that's what you're referring to is that group think will kill things. If we're not careful of it, but it saved a lot of lives and getting operation warp speed. I firmly believe the vaccine is very good for the world and China is still struggling because it's not vaccinated with effective vaccines. But we aren't. So where do we land on this? Well, I think operational work speed struck me as kind of the last gasp of a World War II style operation in the American government. In part, because president Trump, just born in 1946, heard heroic tales of World War II admired American generals in World War II. We just had this sort of view of what he had thought World War II was. And one of the things that the United States did to win World War II was we had this enormous industrial capacity, which we expanded. And we weren't too careful about efficiency. We just threw money at the problem. And that's what operation warp speed did. They knew a lot of the money would not turn out. They funded multiple research projects at a single time.

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Seb Talks With Joe and Victoria About the J6 Hearings

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:30 min | 3 weeks ago

Seb Talks With Joe and Victoria About the J6 Hearings

"Is it true Victoria? Is it true Joe Degeneres that you haven't been here since the beginning before the Supreme Court announcements? That's correct. We were in St. Augustine, Florida. Wow. Well, we got to discuss those as well before those historic decisions are analyzed by both of you. Let's talk about where we are with the January 6th committee, every time they, with much fun fair, roll out another star witness, everything seems to crumble within minutes of the testimony Joe. There is no interest in the January 6th committee because there is nothing that they are doing to be interested in. The American people have thrown them under the bus, ignored them completely, and with good reason. This is the Soviet style show trial. No opposition, nobody on the other side, no cross examination, no competing evidence. It's a fraudulent congressional hearing. It's an embarrassment to the institution, but as long as the Democrats run the institution, it will be an embarrassment. I can't believe you two are saying committee. I'm glad you brought up Soviet show trial because that's the only thing you can call it. Where else but in the Soviet Union does just the government get to put on the case and person in the dark. Doesn't get to. And of course, that was hearsay because she said it as if she had witnessed it, but then she says a little bit later, the Secret Service agent told her about it. You can't have.

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Video shows police milling in hallway during Uvalde massacre

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Video shows police milling in hallway during Uvalde massacre

"A video shows police milling in the hallway during the uvalde Texas school massacre I Norman hall with details Surveillance video captured the gunman entering the building with an AR-15 style rifle It later shows officers and body armor milling in the hallway outside the fourth grade classrooms were 19 children and two teachers were killed It shows parts of the nearly 80 minutes that passed between the gunmen walking into rob elementary through an unlocked door and the time when his death put a stop to America's deadliest school shooting in nearly two decades Officials said the 77 minutes of footage they are preparing to release this weekend does not contain images of children I Norman

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Caller: Stallion Says 'Nay' to Being Able to Have a Baby

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:55 sec | Last month

Caller: Stallion Says 'Nay' to Being Able to Have a Baby

"Well, I just asked one of my three style and standing in the bar and if he could have a baby and he said, nay. He said, nay. In fact, he said, I said he said, in fact, I might just hurt you over that if you try and put a baby in me. There you go. It was somebody was upset. They wanted to know why I saw a story a couple of weeks ago about similar to that, Jason, where somebody was upset because they were only they were only milking the cows and not the bull. And my recommendation is, you know what? That's a good point. Why don't you just here's a pocket? Here's a stool. Why don't you head over there and give it a Gander? The only thing you're missing there is you need a video camera to make sure you're witnessing. That's it. And again, 9-1-1 on speed dial. Absolutely, sir. All right, Jason, thank you for that and good luck with the horses.

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"style  " Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"style " Discussed on Fore Play

"Taking the white ball though. So like no matter what you did prior, it doesn't affect that. Game is like you get one, you get one chance at it and then you have a whole new shot, you get one chance at it. You have a whole new show. I'm not saying to change the game off. I'm saying this is a style that we should see how much better we are if we get a practice swing before each actual shot. I think we should go out there. The masters and fucking have yellow balls, but I'm saying like for us, I would love to see if a trench could break like 80 with fucking unlimited practice shots before his original. Dude, I would absolutely do that. Just to see what it would be a lot lower. Because I honestly think this is more kind of a knock on all of our mental games is that level of uncomfortability that you have, the fact that you can't solve that, you need to hit like a practice shot or feel something else before it is as we discussed this almost eye opening. It's like I can't solve that in a moment or just get in a comfortable spot and usually when you are for me, like those errors can just compound themselves and all of a sudden, instead of making a four or 5, you're making that double or triple and you're like, go to YouTube and watch Pacific dunes, our travel series in the beginning. Watch me chip at that practice range. And see how smooth and fucking fantastic my wedge game was where it didn't matter at all. I was flopping balls over bunkers onto tight pins and spinning them back into holes like at one point I wasn't even looking at where they were going because they were all going to stay in place and Avery had to tell me I dunked one. It was psychotic. Well, during one of these videos, I don't know if it's the one that if it's come out yet or not,.

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"style  " Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:39 min | 8 months ago

"style " Discussed on Fore Play

"No, I'd say at any given time I have 17 songs in my rotation. Like how many songs do you think you've listened to in your life? Like, actually listen to. I was thinking that, too, if I scratching the surface, I could help a podcast ago. We were talking about what your knowledge of golf and just not even leaving your bedroom in terms of getting to space and what that is and leaving the driveway? I mean, now I feel like I'm in the same boat with just my kind of understanding and my history of listening to music. I mean, I have 5000 songs. I might be at a couple thousand maybe, but that's like actively listening. If there's a song on the background in a restaurant, I don't think that counts. But I think it would be a high note. But like, how about Riggs like listening on the radio when you're driving in the car? You know what I mean? You're kind of listening, you're not really, is that count? I would say. All right, so over the course of ten songs, you know, so my point with that would be like over the course of ten years of listening to songs on the radio, you might hear a couple hundred new songs there, a couple hundred. Yeah, I haven't listened to much music. Almost no song comes on the radio that you're like, oh, I've never heard this before. Trent, I see you've pondering over there. How many songs do you think you've listened to? I bet it's a far lower number than I would think. Yeah, whenever we talk about these things, it's just like our worlds are far smaller than we realize. Scary. Like, yeah, all this stuff is out there the 79 million songs are out there, all this stuff is out there, but I consume .000000 1% of it. And I don't think that's necessarily bad thing. That's just how it is. Wow. Wow. That's crazy for you guys. I got something in the gallery for you guys. I love it. Hit it. Daniel actually has a really good question. Has Charlie Woods played Augusta national. Wow. It's gotta be yes, right? Yes. I could see a world where tigers like you gotta earn it. Same. I think the answer is, I think the answer is no right now. Let me tell you. I think it's actually you gotta earn it. That is a different style of parent. And I mean, I think he parents differently than lurch bars to eat fucking 34 bagels every morning, but that's actually. I'm sorry about that. Rick, do you bring up a really good point? The answer to that question says a lot about it. It's exactly what you're saying. We always want to know, what's there what's Charlie and Tiger's relationship like? Is it are there bits of Earl in there? Or is it easy trying to do everything new and do it the way that he wants to do it? The answer to has Charlie Woods played Augusta. Is the answer to the question that we want, 'cause I'd be very curious to know if he has or not. That's a question you could probably ask how you're now. You can do what I was grinding over that. Yeah, I think he might answer that. I mean, I think he would answer that. I think it's a no, actually now. I said yes immediately, but I think it's no. I think it's no. Jesus. I was a hard yes, but I'm definitely leaning now, but I'm gonna hold with this. Yeah, it's a good one. Tim,.

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"style  " Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:37 min | 8 months ago

"style " Discussed on Fore Play

"I said the word bowling wrist guard, it's obviously listening because if I say, hey, Siri, what song is this? It fucking listens to me and says, oh, let me know. It's constantly listening. How about this? I just Googled this Frankie and again I with the I know I saw that stuff in the snow. It should have looked at, so I knew that I don't know if they've changed the legality of it. I don't know if there's been new legislation. We obviously don't pay attention to any of that stuff. We just talk about golf and we haven't even talked about golf yet, we're about an hour into this thing. But I typed in, can the NSA tap into your phone? And under people also ask us, can the NSA listen when phone is off? And then it says in bold letters, the NSA could technically listen into the microphone of an iPhone even if it is switched off experts have for field. What 2014? The claim was made first by Edward Snowden during an interview with Brian Williams of NBC nightly news. Today, experts confirm the technique was technically possible and revealed a way to sidestep it. This is from June 10th 2014. That was 8 years ago, basically. So they have the power to turn it on in a sense to turn on your microphone. Like quietly turn on your phone. Just do whatever they want. That's a problem. These puppies are out and look at them all day. All day long. Yeah, whatever you guys need to do there. Which I would also argue for the most part and people can abuse power. That's where the issue comes. I believe, but I mean, if they're listening to me for the I don't really care, I'm not doing anything yet. Sometimes right there, but other than that, it's crazy on the ad campaign side. It's like, dude, you can listen if I'm gonna do some listen away. Listen to anything that I'm doing. But the fact that Frankie's talking about risk cards of his father. And then all of a sudden he's getting a bowling ad of like, you gotta get the super soaker pop 10,000. It's gonna help you roll strikes. It's like. Well, I know, I know very little about all of this, but wasn't there the big issue a few years ago that the companies that were selling these phones or whoever was then taking that data and selling it to marketing companies and that's like, without people's consent. Then we're just really in the matrix and they're just pumping us full of stuff that we want, which to a degree, again, to a far lesser degree, probably than we would want. But we want to see the things that we want. Like, that's on the face that seems like a good idea. But like rigs is saying, people will abuse that and then you're fucked..

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"style  " Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

05:29 min | 8 months ago

"style " Discussed on Fore Play

"But I'm at my brother's place and we hooked that up and me him and a buddy. We played for ten hours yesterday. And it was. And I'll tell you what, it wasn't enough. When I'm done here, I will be walking into that living room and firing it back up and playing it again. It is so let me tell you. So I've been playing warzone for the last two years and that game sucks. I'm here to tell you that game is so hard and so ridiculous. My feet hit the ground when you drop into caldera or dance or whatever, wherever you're dropping into, as soon as my boots hit the ground, I'm dead. And it's over and I gotta go to the gulag and if I don't, if I'm not successful there, then the game is just over halo. It's just respawns. You run in there, you kill either you stay alive or you die. If you die, you're back in 5 seconds and your back playing again. It's way more fun and I just can't believe. I'm so grateful for this new halo that I don't ever have to play warzone again because I'm just gonna keep playing halo and I'm never ever dropping into whatever map is in war zone ever again. Now I got a question for you. You asked, hey, you know, four plate can we do this a little earlier today. Now is this in any way correlated around the fact that you and your boys are gonna jump on the halo steaks and like you're 1230 or one recommended? No, I actually do not turn it off. Is 7 p.m.. I mean, I just wanted to make sure not even noon yet. I just wanted to make sure we weren't recording anywhere near when I was gonna go to dinner. But now that I've reemerged in the halo space, yeah, it's gonna give me a few extra hours once we get done to it. To play. The hours go by like that when you're and you're just having fun. I'm very excited about, 'cause now when I get back to New York, I'm just gonna download the game and I'm gonna pour spend my spare time doing that. Poor Lawrence has to schlep his entire life and drones and his diet all around the country trying to get these meetings in and Trent bacon in like 7 hours to play halo with the boys before dinner. Exactly. Are these hours? I need at least 5 hours to feel like I've played it. And I agree with that actually. Owen's mixer chart this next whatever we talk about next God only knows brought to you by Owens mixers, which I had quite a few of over the weekend. My boys back home. You know, they love getting into the mixer game, especially when Santa Riggs brings this stuff around. We got our own transfusion mix. I saw a lot of people tweet and post and tagging us and photos, they got the mixer for Christmas, put it in their fridge, made a nice cocktail. It's a big drinking time Christmas, Christmas Eve, especially it comes on the weekend like that. You got like Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. By like midday Friday, time doesn't even seem real. Nobody knows what week it is, what day and then you've got the whole new year's week coming up after, so it's sort of you're floating through this like two week period of just unknown. There's no structure to it. So people were kind of drinking and grabbing cocktails at weird hours, almost like it's almost like you're at the airport where time doesn't matter. People are just making cocktails, grab a beers, saw a lot of these puppies made. So do yourself a favor, support us, support always go to Owens mixtures dot com, check out their store locator, go pick.

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"style  " Discussed on Rap It Out

Rap It Out

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Rap It Out

"Malone jonah. Understand myself suffered. am. I doing wrong. I think to myself where is all the love in this game. Gene of rap band of love. What did i do wrong. Why do i put myself through this. Hell why am. I doing with Is all a dream. Dawn thinker will. It's too difficult die. Might just give up with this smart with this dream. So why even try. When i know that i will lose was the point of voting myself when i can't protect what i forgot is filled with this hate can go right. Might as well go left. I just hate myself. Nothing good enough might as well give up. Nothing feels good. I don't give a shit bo. flicked size just to name a jonah on coal. That's actually my original song. That's what i was in my depressed period. When i was like feeling very sad in my life like it was just a dark dark time for me. That's what i hardly posted anything for about two weeks. Do any child's any words Avakian wanna give in the way of and credits. otherwise. I wanna have juice guys. Take whatever dr time you're going through push. It turned into something positive. Push you forward like i. I have depression anxiety. I right when i'm depressed. I right when. I'm anxious are right when i'm angry because of my anger issues i've been in trouble with the law. I know what it's like to be behind bars heavy. Don't turn out how i did. Take taking anger out on other people instead. Turn into music turned into art. Turn it into something you guys love doing. Consider myself cool in you. Any shadow that he wanted to thank us. I liked it. I wanted to take my mom and my stepdad. My little brother for all mike successes I wanna thank do allow For helping me go through the dark. Time i wanna i wanna thank you especially for having me a giving me advice on a problem. I the complement. And i'm happy to present. I got you. I call our. I hope you guys enjoy this tyler. I hope you enjoyed this as much as i did. I've really enjoyed this again. I really appreciate you having a problem. thank you. I'm so happy that we got to do this. The other so happy if you have anything inspire me after this just hit me out. I don't have anything that comes up to mind. But i would definitely to a and y'all makes make him on social highlighting to provide those at the end and off there. Then you guys were watching. This has been interesting sewed and again if there's any blankets episode. I apologize for that. Those my bad and y'all have a good one on the resume as they do more and more to come and awesome social all regular podcasts. He has to watching and have a good one. Everybody i will see you all raising by everybody..

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"style  " Discussed on Rap It Out

Rap It Out

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Rap It Out

"Hey everybody thank you for joining us today. This is going to be super swe today. I'm here with amazing from the mine. Tyler style and solid exciting so happy to metoo. Same here musically. Thank you for having me about. All right is a little run down by yourself. I started at back around a four months ago but started posting about two months ago. Because i kind of forgot about it Went off mind. So i decided to come back. Started posting start. Writing started remixing and got my first collab- who's hardly ever active. I may post heartbreak songs. And sometimes i'll mix it up a bit. Oh cool. that's awesome awesome. I you also describe me like took a break from rap. Had that's basically me you recently talking about me. Well it was harry because of all the hate that came my way when i first joined from aka. He kind of oh commented on my stuff. A lot and say you're bad you shouldn't be doing this. That ak can be a little match he is. I disciplined songs here now at here and then song fine. That's cool that's cool and the part about you forgetting about rap pad that's basically me. I'm glad high forgot about it. Was it such a good website. It can meet from time to time. I forgot about an and i didn't even start writing music until later in twenty twenty. I didn't even start until the enemy start. Reggae music cool. I'll pay so let's start going. Okay so let's start off for the little general stuff about you as an artist. So how did the joining with music so for you. My journey of music started pobably. When i start. I started listening to country realized. It wasn't my john then. Ripe has let me listen to pop. Not my jonah. Then i mixed it up. A bit went through a few other different genres like classical jazz. They weren't my jar for i. I listened to him. So i went straight to wrap after that and figure that was my john. Nra imacs just my personality k. So your parents. Kinda jogged country. Reminding you got bored. And you got inspired to rap. That's amazing yup and that is very correct. How you worded it and count you feel after you gotta your freedom from country trivial. I felt pretty decent every now. And then yeah. Listen luke bryan but i. It's every once in a while. When i get bored of listening to my own music or i should say reading it or just listening to my other rafters other than that. I go back to country here now. To just see what else is coming out of. The country has been fully left you. By countries par not foley. It's still part of me. I was born in. I was raised in country territory. So i'm in texas though all country here. Yeah i've been michigan. We have our country areas. We have our stadium. Here is yeah harlan. You go to city. You're hearing some weird music you don't know what it is and then you get into it. I'm nervous on city. I'm actually supposed to go upstate for a vacation and i'm so nervous Been i never done that before. I've ever done upstate. To the city's going to be so scared hurry so close to a city awhile. Back nile close to a township. That's more like a village really. I kind of live in a little village in houston. I live actually not even five miles from late. I live near lake. Yeah i never go. Because it's i don't really. I like going to lakes and all by prefer pools. I wonder why when impressed girls on your short not really that. It's just because they don't have to adjust the temperature. It can be an insider outdoor pool their heated to a certain degree by returning to the girl maybe girl in mind that no not really try to stay single for awhile know girlfriend no. I'm not into female problems right now. we'll see about this waiting to the future. It's just the drama. She put me through. Actually okay aside from personal stuff. What was it your quantum main again to music. Probably after i listened to Some Like i said. I went through country up and all that is the rap. Was my thing so listened to a bit arap. That's actually got into the district wanting to get into the industry. I should say not own music. That's what was by trigger for the support from my parents and the music. I was listening. This pretty amazing galas wearing your life and low picking up sarah. Yeah that's cold as cole has good to hear okay so onto the inspirations. Do you have any can be rap. Had or out. There on abi your. You're one of my people. I admire queen as as well Yeah no problem. Because it's no found because i'm being honest about this. I checked out some of your work. It's really good. Thank you I listened to watch some every now. And then i have alley chop bias too. I have po g eminem and juice world and ex existent issue. Oh jeez i've heard polo of juice will think twenty times birdie and i also have wine w. me i like to listen to a lot. Oh cool check. Seminars is that. I've heard of some of them. I gotta check him out armless to pool now that we've gone far. What would happen if you're not.

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"style  " Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on A Hot Dog Is a Sandwich

"Over live. Fire is freaking delicious. And you're he's still don't cook it all the way through. So what red said completely stands but they used to be the case but you know this is a style that was mainly on like the ranchos in santa maria and then maybe five restaurants opened up primary was just too expensive for them to like survive and so they couldn't do it you know so. They had to eventually cheapen the prime rib to this top. Sirloin had to eventually chief in that to try zip so i went nineteen thirties. Maria style barbecue is my official answer. I think my kids prefer it honestly like i. You know. I got this nice Brisket i think it was a it was some great like i think it was like a black like a waku black grade. Brisbane snake river farms. As i'm going all out to really take my time and the kids are like they'd rather just have attracted weird. Why she's so fatty dad. I'll tell toughened up. Kittens participation trophy is like complaining about fat in meat man. What will is it which leads me to say my favorite barbecue salad access saw. Let me tell you the truth. I'm not gonna wax. What about texas style. I again i have not very well. I'm not a very well. Traveled person some a little bit limited in my Barbecue types. But i did go to. Texas recently had the most amazing time ever and i had a big ass rib. We're talking about a big literally. The size of is this. A forearm forearm record show. Nicole is pointing to her and i just looked at it and there was this beautiful smoke ring around and it was again that primal thing of just picking up ribbon just biting straight into it having the beautiful sites having the greens having the mac and cheese on the side. The three different kinds of barbecue sauce is just so delicious. It's so perfect. It's so is it just creates is like sense of delicious. I can't even explain it. It's just amazing. And i love before becky. I'm not a big pork barbecue. And i think is probably because of my jewish upbringing i also love brisket. I love fatty risk. I just like i just like meet. Men tends to sell barbecues. Just meet meet meet. And i love everything about it. While you're explaining that retinitis uncontrollably grunted and that's about us. I didn't really the whole beef ribs thing. I didn't really understand that until recently how essentially like a brisket sitting on top of a bonus. Yeah i did those recently too. I got like the basically the three ribs. I got two sections of three risks to the same thing and it just the meat draws up and if you just do it right you just kind of twist the bones and then just goes on us. You got this nice slab of meat and again. It took me like i loved the kids were like is pretty fatty dead. I might god could now doing the typical dad thing. Where i'm telling them how much i paid for it. Every time i find myself doing that. I'm like don't be this data. Say that just those. Three rooms were ruined hundred. Sixty five dollars. That's right you're like dead. Why do we care. We have no concept of money. Then when i took it and i made shepherd a grilled cheese sandwich with a layer of that rib meat..

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"style  " Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"And so when you have somebody like a conductor knows enough and the so thing they have to know enough to be able to conduct that person right right about the general gist of not just percussion but but music in general right to know enough to be able to conduct that person as well as rely on that person to be the expert in that arena. Right yeah and the same. Exact thing applies to management. You when you surround yourself with people smarter than you not only does. It require you to be a wizard to some extent right in most people's eyes but you also have to be able to give up your ego and rely on those people to be those amber. Trust that they're not going to sabotage you or stabbing in the bat we could. We could do full episode on that. But i i know that we're we're we're we're we're getting to where we're gonna wrap this up. I have one more style that i really wanna talk about their internet management styles. And it's usually a blend of okay. I'm going to take this quality that i like this attribute that i like and i'm going to blend them together to you. Know develop my management style but The management style. I want to talk about to wrap this. Show up is the The student mentality the constant learner. And so you you come into management with this idea of okay. I need to learn. I need to understand. Now there's a big difference. We all hate when we're under someone who they don't know what they're doing and there's like oh i'll just figure this out. I mean we're all learning together and everyone's like no we actually know what we're doing. Why are you in charge. And that and his harshest that is because that's pretty harsh right but as harsh as that is you. Don't want to come across this scenario where somebody just gets promoted into a management position..

"style  " Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"And i'm like yeah. I kinda figured as much and then you know. I just asked them like. Hey you know how. How's how's the management doing and they're just like oh my gosh you already knew before you ask the question i know i was. I was kind of fish in a little bit. But it get that drama. One of those things where you just you look at it and you're like if you don't know what you're doing admits you don't know what you're doing either step aside or take the time to learn but don't keep leading people into the dark just because you have a title behind your name all right all right all right. I feel like at this point. We're kind of being a dead horse here. Because obviously there are other management styles than just my management style which is not great in team scenario. Personable team scenarios. And then there's yours. That is what other management styles would you or have you see i you know. Have you seen in your suare into business. And so one of the things that works really well. And i've seen i've seen a lot of owners do this. And that is the they build an intimate management team. And what they do. Their management style becomes the idea of surround yourself with people who are better than you and that's actually a very effective management style if You know if you can put your ego aside and realize that there's a lot of smart people out there and you know bring those people into your management team and so it's it's very much a collaborative management style and and i think it's an excellent an excellent approach for many people and it's honestly kind of where you need to revolve to once you get to a certain size in the business because a lot of these other management styles so i was talking to a i was talking to someone on my team actually and they were sharing with me some insight..

"style  " Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"And i'm like yeah. I kinda figured as much and then you know. I just asked them like. Hey you know how. How's how's the management doing and they're just like oh my gosh you already knew before you ask the question i know i was. I was kind of fish in a little bit. But it get that drama. One of those things where you just you look at it and you're like if you don't know what you're doing admits you don't know what you're doing either step aside or take the time to learn but don't keep leading people into the dark just because you have a title behind your name all right all right all right. I feel like at this point. We're kind of being a dead horse here. Because obviously there are other management styles than just my management style which is not great in team scenario. Personable team scenarios. And then there's yours. That is what other management styles would you or have you see i you know. Have you seen in your suare into business. And so one of the things that works really well. And i've seen i've seen a lot of owners do this. And that is the they build an intimate management team. And what they do. Their management style becomes the idea of surround yourself with people who are better than you and that's actually a very effective management style if You know if you can put your ego aside and realize that there's a lot of smart people out there and you know bring those people into your management team and so it's it's very much a collaborative management style and and i think it's an excellent an excellent approach for many people and it's honestly kind of where you need to revolve to once you get to a certain size in the business because a lot of these other management styles so i was talking to a i was talking to someone on my team actually and they were sharing with me some insight..

"style  " Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"I i there's so many things like we pulled back the curtain and people like really. That's that's how you guys operate weird so for me like we. We run our company here but i also I'm on the management team of a small business. And i oversee the sales marketing for them and i also now i'm heavily involved in there are deep process. And so i you know i. I'm in this management space where Let's see what is it. I've got ten people. That i that i that i manage. I think it is. Yeah if i forgot someone. I'm really sorry. How would they know. How would they know who they were. They were counted. I i have. I have one guy on my team. Who does religiously listened to the podcast. And he loves to talk to me about it. It's it's fun. It's good times and so Anyway so when. I'm overseeing this this group of ten people. My management style is very relationship based yeah. Oh yeah and what i like to do. Is i like to just find out what's going on in people's lives. I like to make sure that they're happy. My belief is that a happy employee is going to be a productive employees and an unhappy employees and it doesn't matter. I'm not talking job satisfaction. I'm talking like are they happy with their life and if they're not happy with their life if they're going through crap in at the home front and they're bringing that into work then that's dragon everybody down and so i spend a lot of time just chatting with people finding out what's going on in their lives making sure they are You know happy content the you know they feel fulfilled and then trying to align some of the tasks and the job duties that they're doing with what they liked to do and you know that's that's very much my management style. It's it's a different management style is actually talking with the owner of the company not too long ago and he was kind of questioning..

"style  " Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

Marketing Management and Money

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Marketing Management and Money

"So let's talk about that. Let's let's let's talk about you. Know what are some things that make that effective. What are some things that throw that. Of course i do really well. If i mean obviously if i'm personally invested in in whatever it is that is being asked of me and i have a clear definition of of what it is if it's something that i can especially if it's something that i can set up and then replicate fairly easily if i can almost automate that process. That's where i do really well in in managing different aspects of of the things that we do in in even interfacing with these people that we contract with. It's like i am. I love using some of the different elements of the stack that we use to automate the process of replying to emails or reaching out to customers. Or what have you and so. This is one that i find really interesting between the two of us. I'm more analytical that you are however when it comes to your management style your. I would say more methodical than i am. Yeah oh yeah and you know so like you want to replicate the Replicate the process. You're all about building the stack making sure that has got a nice flow to it. And you know i'm kind of just like whatever it make it happen. You know and and i wanna cut out as much of the fat as possible. I don't wanna. I don't wanna mess around. I don't wanna waste time with all this unnecessary crap. That doesn't work. It doesn't need to be part of the process. I got enough crap going on. I don't need more waste of time. You know what i mean and so this is the first point that i want to cover. Here is a solid management style is to create efficient processes. And this is just. This is a great management style. I've seen it implemented ya..

"style  " Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Still Buffering

"I was listening to the music with Charleen cooper and they just continually said play watermelon. Sugar again play watermelon sugar. I want the watermelon song just over and over again so we had to listen to that twenty times and finally i was like i have to listen to the other songs on You know i was looking at. I was looking up this album to see when it came out and everything right at the top of the wikipedia page talks about the album themes and it has a quote from harry styles where he said. The theme of the album is having sex and feeling sad. I think i understood those things. i do. all right I don't know that. I knew that was all that's it that's all i mean. I understand. I've seen the music video for watermelon sugar. I understand why it's unfortunate my children. Keep demanding yes into it over and over. And i felt like the extent of the album was. I'm a sad boy. I'm a sexy boy. I'm sad sexy boy. It's not why we all taxi boy. I think i'm right that right. Yeah i didn't know he was that sad. I mean i know there are song are saw on there. That are sad ish but like they're also songs that are. Why didn't you tell me about this. He didn't know he was feeling who sat. Cheer them up Or just let him be sad. It's okay to be sad sometimes. Yeah little by music. You'll feel better again. That's what daniel tiger told me there. You go Just like everything is connected to daniel tiger. Everything's also connected to taylor swift. Did you know they used to date. i believe you've referenced us in our one of our many taylor's just wanted to point that out again. Are there any taylor swift songs. That are about harry styles. Yes the one called style. Oh not your most subtle. You didn't really hide that one There's also it's all on nineteen eighty nine There many harry style songs one. There's a big conspiracy theory that the two of them like hit someone with their car because there's she's saying like secretly murdered someone and it was like a whole secret. 'cause a song about harry style. She's things about them getting in a car accident which they did..

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"style  " Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Still Buffering

"I was listening to the music with Charleen cooper and they just continually said play watermelon. Sugar again play watermelon sugar. I want the watermelon song just over and over again so we had to listen to that twenty times and finally i was like i have to listen to the other songs on You know i was looking at. I was looking up this album to see when it came out and everything right at the top of the wikipedia page talks about the album themes and it has a quote from harry styles where he said. The theme of the album is having sex and feeling sad. I think i understood those things. i do. all right I don't know that. I knew that was all that's it that's all i mean. I understand. I've seen the music video for watermelon sugar. I understand why it's unfortunate my children. Keep demanding yes into it over and over. And i felt like the extent of the album was. I'm a sad boy. I'm a sexy boy. I'm sad sexy boy. It's not why we all taxi boy. I think i'm right that right. Yeah i didn't know he was that sad. I mean i know there are song are saw on there. That are sad ish but like they're also songs that are. Why didn't you tell me about this. He didn't know he was feeling who sat. Cheer them up Or just let him be sad. It's okay to be sad sometimes. Yeah little by music. You'll feel better again. That's what daniel tiger told me there. You go Just like everything is connected to daniel tiger. Everything's also connected to taylor swift. Did you know they used to date. i believe you've referenced us in our one of our many taylor's just wanted to point that out again. Are there any taylor swift songs. That are about harry styles. Yes the one called style. Oh not your most subtle. You didn't really hide that one There's also it's all on nineteen eighty nine There many harry style songs one. There's a big conspiracy theory that the two of them like hit someone with their car because there's she's saying like secretly murdered someone and it was like a whole secret. 'cause a song about harry style. She's things about them getting in a car accident which they did..

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"style  " Discussed on Audible Orgy

Audible Orgy

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Audible Orgy

"Concentration camp. Well nate that car. Definitely thank you for taking the time out of your razi. Busy schedules to talk with appreciative of love. Your glow up. And i can't wait to see how much further go lake. Business future highest level in the live. I'm gonna go ahead. I need that wardrobe style. If you're going to have to see me in i anyway. So yeah we thank you for tuna woulda so it's joy the rest of your day state visit. Allama say. I wish i could show you guys. La a vote that alabama about right. Yes so about right but yes which appear as always thank you tune. It's another episode of audible where we drop gordon flavor. The year we give you a little bit of everything. Y'all hits car up at wardrobe consoles so she can hopefully simple with a new one day. We're working on that now on any who always object girls with war through here in the beautiful car. They galveston him the negative zone next week next month. Make sure you tune in and we added a word..

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"style  " Discussed on Teachers Care Society

Teachers Care Society

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Teachers Care Society

"style  " Discussed on Teachers Care Society

Teachers Care Society

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"style " Discussed on Teachers Care Society

"Now right. There's kinda of like five times of teaching styles But basically the on the first one like the authority style which Think of college. You know big lecture hall to utah. You take notice a presentation or powerpoint. Them bell rings every night clause. The other one is the demonstrator. Lots of modeling. But like what. You do. Come when i when i taught like parenting classes. Lots of modeling hop like this. How far witness liz. I just make lots of modeling months of demonstrations lots of light movement hands on activities. The turn what is the facilitator type again. Lots of hands on you really promote the self learning appear so really taking a step. Back telecast are friends. now here's a problem. How would you solve the talk to your neighbors talk. Would you partner next to you. Working groups really kinda only step in. Obviously there's danger or of the kids are really really really all track distracted around attracting the classes law groups but yeah i think the fourth one is kind of like a delegate billy gator which is basically lots and lots of group work come with the teacher observing from a distance again really only be used as a last resort so The teacher would say like before you ask me. You know asked to france or Ask someone else or check your no bogaerts as you winner may be as only last source and so the students. They're really learn from their peers. That way so this Students learning on collaboration bound again before they reach other. Teachers is not really the first step of the. Dj's really the last step so as you can see this promotes. Lots of a independent probably problem solving skills. The last was kind of a hybrid or blended which teacher blends their personality with. This students needs on. I think this is kind of like abo- at listening. All of these were kind of teaching style. You which would you think. do you like the most. Yeah i really like the facilitator method kind of the blended as well just really trying to finish on their needs but the facilitator especially for kindergarten. Because i think this hands on strategies and stuff help with their conceptual knowledge whether that be math or onyx or rena reading. I think that's essential for them just being so young Bent just also the. I like the blended as well. Just really trying to meet their individual needs. I think this can kind of relate company during our intervention time than just really trying to reach each one of them and where they're at so that's my goals for what teachers want to use. I'm working towards that every day in my there yet i'm i become a blended Maybe in daily year as well. Because i can model social skills i get model how to say hello to our friends how to say good morning how to say by but i don't want them just the practice me all the time through friends in practice out in the fairgrounds whenever and so. That's that's why the delegator daytime you take a step back approach model maybe once or twice a reminder by really wanted the practice get the hands on learning from their peers. That inconsiderate City were used a lot of feedback Particularly hybrid model rains sped up. I really need to do taylor. My style to the students d- until their learning needs rec- areas soon as different learning needs and everyone's at their own pace. I need help them out with. I really needed change in my style. The best. I also like to delete her Stabbing sometimes i. I liked singing the step back potion watching soon inquire have that inquiry based learning hands on activity with the agrees. Did i did like the heat. Room type activities is relaxing. 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