18 Burst results for "Todd Donna"
"todd donna" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"Ten rotten now bitcoin up. . Will we close above twelve thousand eight minutes suggests that possibly not as we are at eleven thousand, , nine hundred. . and Seventeen dollars. . That's right. We . did tap at twelve thousand and there is some resistance at twelve thousand had way basically pulled back from that twelve thousand mark. . Bicycling high of nearly twelve, , thousand, , sixty, three , pulled back. . It's a NAS looking Candida this trend looks superb I love another day to push up through twelve thousand and ready set sail <hes> full summa. . They got <hes> look at the end of the day. . We could pull back from here. . This resistance I wouldn't be surprised to see a pullback from He. . Also being pretty much smoked Ratna <hes> bitcoins dominance has increased significantly. . One of the big bitcoin dominance moves that I've seen in a long time up one point five percent. . Now, , that's significant because he actually look at this shot, , there's not very many big moves in there as a matter of fact, , the shot that I'm looking at here, , the biggest move is three percent and that was back twenty seven. Th . of July we've got high allies building up into that level Bruce Resistance broken Bam a good push <unk>. . Now's ahead of this. . You're ahead of this if you've been listening and following and that's why. . Ninety percent of my portfolio is in Bitcoin I I've been watching this setting myself up like this and on pretty happy right now, , sixty one point six full percent although market cap is in bitcoins hands too. . So you are aware and it's gaining momentum onto a theory will down eleven two point eight percent sitting at three sixty, , eight, , nine, , three, , we gotta get up through that three ninety, , five region go push up three or four hundred. . A two-point upset down mix up paid at one percent rotten out twenty four point three cents nothing for me to be trading. . It's pretty ugly bitcoin cash to two hundred and forty dollars. Ninety . five cents. It's . down three point six, , six percent rotten now and dom. . Yeah. . That trend look. . It's something quite as national the daily anymore it was it was looking superb until well. . It wasn't last night. . Lot Clinton's at forty, six , dollars ninety cents down two point three, , three percent wrought now, , and the dying shot just doesn't look very active. . We need to be above fifty dollars for lot couldn't have any chance of momentum continuing on through in <unk> when need to get about fifty to really fifty, one, , , fifty, , fifty, , two dollars when they're all off because we're at forty, , six ninety. . V again, flat , nothing ready to speak of at one fifty seven, , twenty nonsense. . It's down one point six, , nine percent. . It's an ugly looking job. . Let's be strike. . The trend that was looking very nice there on Donna just yesterday has now gone ahead and said, , no, , I'm not Nice I. . Am the Ugly Duckling Down five point eight percent on. . Todd Donna. . It really just filed push through it above ten cents still ten point two cents will uphold. . We'll have to wait and see. . Bonnet was also three point seven, , nine percent minutes shine as I got stopped at and that's my third stop-loss. . Sorry. . My third losing trade in a right this is the two weeks and it's something to consider. . Losing a Austin have three losing trades in Iraq. . Especially when I'm so selective as have been recently <hes>, , I'm going to go to improperly reduced risk a little bit <hes> as the market you know the tribes have been really good but the market has an helps out and we send gone through a transitional period of feels very much like two thousand, , seventeen old touch on the minute twenty, , nine, , hundred, , seventy, , nine cents on bonnet down three point seven, , nine percent sideways it is down to die but the market itself. . Saw Wise toodle fifty two in the biggest move on the top ten it's a red one. . It's down nine point nine percents link yet it filed ten dollars. . We are nine dollars and eighty three cents. . So what does this look like to me? ? What am I doing with this well? ? I. . Position Myself already to be more in bitcoin anything else I was at one stage heavily in Alz on well from that and then I moved back to bitcoin not too long guy I can share that with you on this podcast.
Bitcoin Dominance Is Back
"Ten rotten now bitcoin up. Will we close above twelve thousand eight minutes suggests that possibly not as we are at eleven thousand, nine hundred. and Seventeen dollars. That's right. We did tap at twelve thousand and there is some resistance at twelve thousand had way basically pulled back from that twelve thousand mark. Bicycling high of nearly twelve, thousand, sixty, three pulled back. It's a NAS looking Candida this trend looks superb I love another day to push up through twelve thousand and ready set sail full summa. They got look at the end of the day. We could pull back from here. This resistance I wouldn't be surprised to see a pullback from He. Also being pretty much smoked Ratna bitcoins dominance has increased significantly. One of the big bitcoin dominance moves that I've seen in a long time up one point five percent. Now, that's significant because he actually look at this shot, there's not very many big moves in there as a matter of fact, the shot that I'm looking at here, the biggest move is three percent and that was back twenty seven. Th of July we've got high allies building up into that level Bruce Resistance broken Bam a good push Now's ahead of this. You're ahead of this if you've been listening and following and that's why. Ninety percent of my portfolio is in Bitcoin I I've been watching this setting myself up like this and on pretty happy right now, sixty one point six full percent although market cap is in bitcoins hands too. So you are aware and it's gaining momentum onto a theory will down eleven two point eight percent sitting at three sixty, eight, nine, three, we gotta get up through that three ninety, five region go push up three or four hundred. A two-point upset down mix up paid at one percent rotten out twenty four point three cents nothing for me to be trading. It's pretty ugly bitcoin cash to two hundred and forty dollars. Ninety five cents. It's down three point six, six percent rotten now and dom. Yeah. That trend look. It's something quite as national the daily anymore it was it was looking superb until well. It wasn't last night. Lot Clinton's at forty, six dollars ninety cents down two point three, three percent wrought now, and the dying shot just doesn't look very active. We need to be above fifty dollars for lot couldn't have any chance of momentum continuing on through in when need to get about fifty to really fifty, one, fifty, fifty, two dollars when they're all off because we're at forty, six ninety. V again, flat nothing ready to speak of at one fifty seven, twenty nonsense. It's down one point six, nine percent. It's an ugly looking job. Let's be strike. The trend that was looking very nice there on Donna just yesterday has now gone ahead and said, no, I'm not Nice I. Am the Ugly Duckling Down five point eight percent on. Todd Donna. It really just filed push through it above ten cents still ten point two cents will uphold. We'll have to wait and see. Bonnet was also three point seven, nine percent minutes shine as I got stopped at and that's my third stop-loss. Sorry. My third losing trade in a right this is the two weeks and it's something to consider. Losing a Austin have three losing trades in Iraq. Especially when I'm so selective as have been recently I'm going to go to improperly reduced risk a little bit as the market you know the tribes have been really good but the market has an helps out and we send gone through a transitional period of feels very much like two thousand, seventeen old touch on the minute twenty, nine, hundred, seventy, nine cents on bonnet down three point seven, nine percent sideways it is down to die but the market itself. Saw Wise toodle fifty two in the biggest move on the top ten it's a red one. It's down nine point nine percents link yet it filed ten dollars. We are nine dollars and eighty three cents. So what does this look like to me? What am I doing with this well? I. Position Myself already to be more in bitcoin anything else I was at one stage heavily in Alz on well from that and then I moved back to bitcoin not too long guy I can share that with you on this podcast.
"todd donna" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
"Fifteen, swiftly bounced back up and now what nine thousand one hundred twenty six. Sir. All we now going to have I Ryan Jr where we sort of fond. A bit of support ran on thousand way between Nana ten. What are not but I can't tell you that if we do do that and we do it. Bang around twin on this still money to the you just gotTa. Guards timeframe that that really is way nate to go. Low Timeframes do present the opportunities that we need to take advantage of now last week. All my goodness may Saturday Hall. Man If you were at the trading the bitcoin breakout tried, or if you're in the community, Lance, the big dog, one of my apprentices breakouts is. But Lance is tight, really he A bunch that was bitcoin. Bitcoin cash I think there was I think if be. A cool Bitcoin, associate those those levels will over the place, and these were big moves. Maybe BS aged. Fifteen percent at one stage really really quick because it's fantastic moves out the inches going to be so johnny on the spot just got to be quick in and out to Trisomy last week I got one long on Bitcoin. I got one short on Dhamma birth. Might money not very much, but it was a profitable wake and. It's a profitable Nov smashing it out of the park, but it's not bad is snow that and if you recall last month, this time was actually Dan this time last month until I got that Todd Donna tribe, which took often got me some very serious prophet, so I'm still select and see what's going on bitcoin aside so much. What now the weekly wedded coys? coys welterweight closed down not much one point seven came on the way before down half percent. Look for that now full percent, so it really is very very undecided on direction as a lot of bullishness out this sentiment, wise and coming for my view when I razor the things at the end of the wait. What happened in Crypto which I'll put on Youtube? I'm. Willing politicians like pipe. How then Mo these to accepting That's huge three twenty five million people access to buying into the spice so really really good stuff going on there. Overwhelmingly long-term, I am very bullish the spice. Of course the training. Wise, it's a bit. It's a bit difficult to tell at this moment in time with a theory William. We bounce off a two hundred seventeen dollars. really no support that being straight back up. You know really really good little. Bounce off their currently I'm looking at a potential short. There is support to seventeen still there, but I'm glad to get a little bit added a full I'll hit that level, but wrought rotten. Now I bake truthfully the weekly. It's all there. It's in the cried darn. It closed down one point three percent of the range, the range of the theory Cannell loss. A main that was fourteen percent. Full tain her scent and it closed. Down one point three. Not A lot. A very confused wake. So you know a guy in a marketplace where there's so much going on right? There were up. Point five percent, two hundred twenty six dollars wrought, now excel pays half percent at seventeen point, seven cents, and again these wage dig closed down. It had a decent wake. It was down four point seven percent of Lorraine for short there as well guarded the child's strategy in saving work at what that is. you know it's it's really really important that we look at the trends. That's what I do..
"todd donna" Discussed on Emma
"Hello Hello and welcome back to Tom's. PG See podcast this episode too and it's the second one in double episode about the new ops curriculum and what we've been finding out about it and presenting at conferences right so last episode we had the honor of Dr Judith Name Joining. Yes and I'm glad to say that she's back yet. We have the honor of having locked the door so she can get out. I would try nice try. You didn't run fast enough to be with you here again and we're going to look at something and I have been researching into now. Some of you who are long-term listeners may remember an episode early on last year in which we talked about our project we did with the students in which we try to investigate how cross curricular rickie. Fowler teaching and learning might work in expressive arts because the Donaldson report makes a big thing about making powerful connections between the subjects and Judith. You talked about subject teachers feeling terribly threatened by this so we decided to leap in feet first with our students and see if we could make it work. That's right so if you want to listen to that episode it was absent. Fi from last year and we spoke a lot in episode of our initial findings. We could be perceived to be a bit foolhardy because we just thought all right. Let's let's just have a go. Let's just go working in across curricula way and see what our students make of it. We were very much guided by Donaldson Successful Vessel Futures Report. 'em specifically pedagogical principle eight which speaks about to comment in these meaningful connections and we've done a little bit of initial reading but by Fort Leeann savage cross curricular teaching and learning in the secondary school expressive arts school. That's the one that's the one that one but they those are two main sources actually to to help guide that expiration and we learned a lot from that which we shared in absolutely we're not going to repeat eight now but what we find in what inver key recommendations to ourselves of the back of this was to do a little bit more reading and research about different pedagogical. Toco approaches to cross curricular delivery and we were really inspired by colleague who we've had on our lovely podcast in in previous episodes Sally Bethel because she was doing something called a systematic literature review and we were quite intrigued by this. We told me Yeah Yeah because to be honest. When we review the literature quite often we do just dive in and start grabbing articles and books and hoping for the best really and we were very intrigued by Sally's suggestion that it was possible to go about this in a slightly more systematic way and this is something I think the School of sports who we share campus with do quite a lot and I I think it's also a big deal in the slightly more scientific parts of the academic world yet so having decided that we needed to review any me literature that was out there that spoke about cross curricular pedagogy within expressive arts we decided systematically review was best and to quote from article by Edwards at how systematic reviews utilize explicit rigorous and transparent methods in order to minimize bias and offer a complete incoherent overview of contemporary knowledge on a topic which put into normal language means set some rules and stick to them rather than just jumping. I'm jumping around between books and articles so set rules we did and we did that which kind of resonates with our first episode of this season with asking really good questions so we need some guiding questions which should be a kind of limiting parameters are rules for selecting any papers that we thought might be pertinent not to our system attic review so guiding questions were theories and philosophies of cross curricular pedagogy in the art so I guess there's not question but we wanted to know why why other writers and researchers what their perspectives were on cross curricular pedagogy within the arts and then obviously obviously with our students in mind we wanted hopefully to find some practical examples people describing it actually going on in a classroom then we set about setting up some clear kind of selection criteria for the papers that we looked at because you realize that we need to draw the line somewhere and set some clear parameters dramas so that when we did our first troll of the literature out there it would reap results that were pertinent to the questions that we sat took us all day. L. Come up with a search firm and how do we just seen judith presentation before we started. We might be a little bit cricket because Judith you had various words define that didn't you for different kinds of interdisciplinary curriculum but Sir yes so we use them interchangeably in our search criteria we used cross curricular interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary Henry just interchangeably we have all we were and we also wanted to make sure that we were limited to expressive arts obviously because that's our that subject specialisms and disciplines. We wanted to keep it quite narrow. Systematic reviews are really useful in that there they help when you already know what you want to find activites back to bite so you can keep it really focused because otherwise you know you could end up diluting your findings and unbeaten overwhelmed actually with all the literature that reap so we we we also limited our search criteria so it would only focus on expressive arts and one of the features of a systematic reviews you make these decisions and you solve solve make you peace with them. Really we already knew we were not going to pick up certain things we weren't. GonNa look book chapters. We were not going to look at any articles that had too much from subjects outside the expressive arts. If somebody comes up to it says your view is not complete because you didn't do that. We say well that was the plan didn't didn't WanNa do it. We can always do that another time. So with the systematic review you can set rules early on and you don't have to defend yourself afterwards. He just say well. You know if you're not gonNA find yourself absolutely as long as as long as you explain then. Can I just ask from someone the more he was not done a system that review has looked has trolled through the literature in most un-systematic did did did it feel constraining. Did you feel that it was guessing what you wanted from it. Well I mean I think one of the biggest surprises was how long it took us to nail down the search term. I think we realized early on the you do have to put an awful lot of thought into that and actually actually initially we did only turn a single article. Didn't we remember we've put the surge we made an enormous search to that included lots of words and expressive arts arts and specifically excluded every other subject name in the search was enormous and it turned one article from one thousand nine hundred seventy six. Ah Lit Review but yeah it is a slightly different process and when sally Bethel very kindly satis down she it did kind of when she was explained to us the process she was very upfront with us about the it is a slightly different mindset that you have to have when you do where you you do know that you are you are constrained and as long as you make your peace without before you start then you okay and I suppose as long as you see it as as things for further for the study rather than massive holes in your work on of okay but you're right it slightly different feeling. I think what it does do as well there is it creates eight to set of rules that actually can really stop you from making the literature review become too unwieldy because I often Stefo when I'm doing literature view of of not being able to know where to stop and when you've got those clear parameters and if you strictly observe them because we did get to one state where we thought well maybe bay will break the rules a little bit because you can't do that with systematic reviews. If you find something. The search didn't throw up but you think that it meets your selection criteria then you can you can insert it. We decided to be quite strict with our rules and actually I think that helped to make it more manageable research productivity perspective I think it was it was helpful for us during a very busy year. I think it's important to bear in mind as well that although you do the library abry search search him a lot of what it turns up his is clearly completely useless so that is sort of library systematic library searching. Ching bit is just the first step and you then have to look those search results with the eyeballs and realize that just because maybe it's got those words that you last four in the title it's not going to be any use and having spoken to our research librarian here. Mark Lester who works in the library here in King Coit he says it does work more easily in areas like pharmacy and healthcare and things like that where you sort of have names of drugs names of diseases and bits of the body and things in titles of articles whereas I think those of us working in the mall social science areas people tend to sort of deliberately vague things entitled sometimes that they an annoying plays on words to try to pay clever different things like that and it does result and you get some really strange stuff up in your initial sweep yeah but I mean not said it's one almighty filtering process that starts starts with kind of essentially an algorithm isn't it that helps you to filter and you first wave going all the way down to human I us deciding reading at a desk reject or accept and not actually got a style to how many sources ten ten ten articles you're eighty two in the initial surge but once we got rid of ones that were talking a lot about non expressive arts subjects and those which are just kind of snuck through and we're about something completely different. We ended up with ten. They were interesting bunch of articles. Those ten wouldn't they. They were quite an interesting. There was a bit of a spectrum of Ricca got. There are some there are some that have entered our shared languages being a byword for really terrible academic writing. Actually I don't know what you think about about the students we always drum into our students. Don't we the the importance of taking a balanced approach and being unbiased when doing research. I think having a critical is the more important thing though isn't it of yeah you. You've got to be balanced but actually you've. We've got to have a critical eye on more indicators well yeah. We had quite a few articles that were just saying working in across curricula way. Ah is the best thing since sliced bread his Wi- and very very little criticality there was some really wild ones where people were doing some very kind of strange these things a lot of it was not from the UK as well which is quite interesting like most of it was non UK no I I I think the better ones on the scale ones that had some really good sort of concrete findings that Todd Donna literature thinking back to a previous deep discussion with you then that kind of you know clear methodical approach of reading a body of literature using that triangulate with your own findings you know and and then what they threw out with some really interesting concrete practical examples and categories of cross curricular pedagogy that will be the absolute nuts and bolts and heart of what we're going to talk to you about today. So when we had narrowed down to our ten key articles we went through a process of coding and the coding method that we used is called fi matic coding and basically what that means is. We decided what are themes and when we read we were highlighting areas of the tax that met those things uh-huh and they're all sources snazzy computer programs that allow you to do this. if your research academic but we opted to use paper and Tyler to pets we did and we used our guiding questions so we were looking for theories about cross curriculum pedagogy and practical examples we use those to kind of key themes to guide our broad brush matic coding to begin with so we did that what we noticed as I said a moment ago in the process was that some of these articles had named categories or types of.
"todd donna" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Must i shed our then then here without fear because i remember i remember that i am here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path the lines behind me i remember that one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a century of the laura i remember that which we still let us make them remember beard of eared interview i tell you that's one guy. It was unclear affair as morpheus thomas costanzo. There's a picture of them right there. You know this chino. He is from new york and he's been working on the case jason there. Was you know there's so much support for morpheus but he stuck with his court appointed attorney. He liked her dot. She really cared. She got an education. This was like damn also took on that. I don't think you really understand what you're up against here well. She got a dose well now now. He's finally ease out well kind of out. This talked to todd canberra's now. Todd morpheus worked together. You know if known each other for a long time. I'm gonna take care of business. You know how you doing todd. I got you taught on while he's gone. We lost all right well. Donald is going to go back up so we'll get him back there but the taj gonna help us out with todd donnas calling you back right now. The in this whole case was a product of its time it was when the government was like we gotta get everybody everybody and everything what they really wanted is. They wanted anyone trading in crypto to have to have a license and be regulated related as a financial institution. This was the goal when they didn't get that restaurant or whatever you know they didn't care about. That's what they wanted. If you're going to be doing local bitcoins and trading ooh you got to be a financial is we don't need just anybody can have their own bank and this is what you're seeing. A picture. Here says one of the things that they got was a bag of bitcoins and we're going what what it was you know poker chips or something now bitcoin. We got a bag of bitcoins and we're going yeah so it became a meam and t shirts and stuff. You have fun with that. We got there todd here there. We go all right now. Yeah you north. Do you out on the lone prairie or something yet. I caught a little head cold so i'm home today. So i apologize for my voice all all right. Let's go ahead and hear about every little thing. Now i get an email last couple of days. We've been sharing with the audience from morpheus so you're saying that yeah they took him in and they redid his dates and they're stamping forms and they're kind of in okay might be october front and all of a sudden they we'll get on the bus man. You're out what you also. Tell me what happened well. <hes> i apologize because i think really <hes> incognito eastern email last night well ninety four last and he he sad <hes> i am glad to be on the bus to phoenix tomorrow which would have been yesterday at the time and <hes> i guess he was speaking euphemistically because it turns out at the day is <hes> october seventeenth so the official beta october seventeenth. I was all excited. I know because i didn't expect to you hear that he was going to be eating because the thought was well. If they're sending him directly to phoenix yeah maybe he will be free to roam around but he will be the availability and halfway house which is a hell of a lot closer than a three hour drive to go visit him so that's that's what all the rigmarole was yesterday. <hes> we were trying to figure out because that message and it really turns out that he has another forty nine days okay well. That's what i got. I just thought that eldest mixed somebody you know whatever and he winds up somewhere so he still importance or he's here in phoenix even stafford yeah. He's in the federal officer. William safire value okay so he's still there because that's what i got is that by mid october.
"todd donna" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Nine forty nine Todd Jeffries, long, Don prior, ladies and gentlemen. You have found the Don show volume home. Get over the past couple of generations really been pushing our kids towards university scholarships. Right, skim all college ready. What you do. I think everybody listening knows that college isn't for everyone. Oh, but we do have to prepare all of these kids for something college or a career or something. Yeah. Right. Well, there's a school district up in North Texas up north Richland hills. They got an amazing program, that's underway. Students are actually learning how to draw blood from teachers who practice. Lobotomy. They actually serve as you know as public tellers at a campus based, credit union, some are even working in the bistro. Serving up omelets set an omelette station, everybody, they're actually learning some real skills. Even if this isn't something that they go on to do in life. It's it's good skill. I it, it starts some work ethic happening and was disciplined, your very first job, your very first job taught you something that you use today. Absolutely. I mean how to be on time, how to follow direction, how to be a team player stuff like that. I'll look back on it at times. Maybe you have a job and you like how this sucks. I can't wait to get out of here, whatever it is. Now I look back and go, you know what? I'm glad I did that every single job, I've ever had this new vocational high school an innovative campus with a bistro s more students nationwide pursue a career training in school. A student here in Texas learning how to draw blood make omelets to work at a branch Bank on campus. They've even turned an old roller rink into a bar where students are raising a couple of steers. Hours and then learning how to butcher meat. They go, you know what support John? What's a lamb chop? What's, what's the beef, skirt steak? What's what's a bone? That kind of thing that meet thing is catching on. It's a great gift. Right. It's a great skill. Yeah. It's the bird Ville center of technology and advanced learning a sixteen point seven five million dollar campus focused on careers. Now, I'm gonna put this story on the Todd Donna or rather my linked in page at Jeffries and it's pretty interesting. It's a sprawling one hundred ten thousand square foot campus. Serving about seventeen hundred kids opened a two thousand nine when many school districts are kind of moving back or moving away from that career in technical program, and moving onto college because, you know, the kids had a had to get into these colleges. That was a main focus exactly this is a pretty interesting thing, Burnsville independent school district. They strive they strive to serve students who are not bound for college as well as those who are going to college. But wanna learn something along the way they've. House these programs in one building, and they got they got a waiting list kids desperately want to get in here and everybody gets in everybody gets eventually, they may not get you in this semester, but next semester. They'll definitely work you in and it's pretty interesting. Kids learning all kinds of trade. That's it's so good. So good. I mean, I don't know that I would ever discourage anybody from going to college, that's for sure if that's what you wanna do. But I the only thing I would say hem good idea as to why why you're going to college. Not because you think you're supposed to because your parents want you to. This is going to capture imaginations, this is going to change lives since lives off in a whole new direction. And this is this is just really, really good. And what kind of trade or skill would you, do you wish you would have learned as a young, I wish that I'd learn how to build things, I, you know, we had shop, I kind of wish I'd taken shop class. I know a lot of high schools have gotten rid of their shot class. I wish I had I wish I had learned how to I cannot build the damn thing I can't desperately well, I can put things together. Right. Give me directions. Gimme the screws in that one extra screw that. You don't know what to do with right. And I can do it, but as far as building something from scratch. Not do just can't do it. No, no building. Maybe I have the ability. I just don't know where to start. I wish I would've learned how to weld. My dad was a welder. He needed money. He was a blue collar guy at times. But he, he told me one time now I'm not gonna teach you.
"todd donna" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"An AM nine seventy the answer. You know, they say it's thin line between love and hates. But we're working every day to thicken that line, or at least make it a double even civil line. Join jumping host Eric Metaxas. Thank you Todd Wilkerson, a Alvin. It's still Monday. This is what I like to call our two. Can I call it our too? You may do that follows our one in and our today our one we had Johnny Ericsson Todd. Donna rice Hughes incredible to talk to them. But right now, we're gonna talk to fear rela Nash this book that she wrote is let me just say important. There's certain things that I know are important, and I don't say that too lightly. I hope because it's called the abolition of woman, and it's about or the abolition of women, and it's like abolition of it's an evolution of wall, ma'am. Yeah. Mama, man. I double check. And so it's basically about how feminism is destroying women. Any case you have a problem with that keep listening because I honestly, it's it's actually quite important that we understand why political correctness or why feminism are wrong. It's not just I disagree with them. I guess. I agree with them because I find them in the end to be wrong fundamentally mistaken and harmful. And so I want to say that it's not just about eight which team are you on? You know, I want to be on whatever are things about political correctness that have got me thinking in a right way. I mean, you know, about racism or this or that it's just like it's just important to understand why we believe what we believe in where it goes wrong. And when it goes wrong so in a couple of minutes, we got Elena. Now, speaking of. Ella is the feminine of fear, which of course, means little flower. And last night, I mentioned this. Yes, I was the privilege of being with Mr Tony lo Bianco actor most famous the French connection. He plays Sal in the French connection. But he also did a one man show big deal on Broadway. Burrell laguardia. Right. And so the guys he's a he's a big deal actor, but can he cook? Oh, mommy. Mommy. His meatballs. I was in barris from my wife that she cannot cook me but cannot even begin to approach meatballs cooked by a man. No seriously. Like, the dude is like unbelievable unbelievable cook. But anyway. I wanna say Alvin first of all before we get into the fun stuff. You've got some cranky stuff that bores you potato. I want you to share that. I will for that before that because your stuff is hilarious. But before I let you get into that. And let me just say real quick that we talk about Hillsdale College on the program. Why do we do that? Well, I'll tell you why. Because it's gets very personal with most of the colleges in this country yell where I went and all the others. They were founded on Christian principles usually not just Christian principles. Usually they were founded to further the gospel of Jesus Christ. They believed in the idea of the good the true in the beautiful. They had a fundamental sense of the world where education tries to teach people. How to appreciate the reality around us. Right. Then something happens around eighteen hundred this idea of romanticism comes in. And when we don't have time now, but it all goes to heck and you have colleges now, not only not teaching those things, right? Right but teaching against them. They're locked in the grip of political correctness to the point that they don't even allow free and open discourse. Which is utterly scandalous insane. They reject the idea of objective truth. But then ironically, they're adamant about what they believe as though that were objectively true. Right. Right. Okay. The reason I'm saying this because it's good news Hillsdale College is about as different from that as any college on planet Earth Day. So I wanna say they're entering their hundred seventy fifth year they committed they're committed to offering their students the very best truly liberal arts education. And they have a lot of outreach efforts to non students on behalf of a liberty in American exceptionalism..
"todd donna" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"What are people talking about on social media Todd Jeffries ATS hand at Don prior? We're getting viral with Todd Donna. Video the migrant Tijuana marching towards the US border crossing and approaching the shandy eagle. Dare of injury in San Diego and got a little violent throwing rocks at border patrol. The border patrol actually had to fire tear gas into the crowd to break them on the situation at the border right now has calmed down. Just a little while ago, again, very tense as a few hundred migrants from the caravan March to the US Mexico border removed from Tijuana were they got right up to the fence that separates and both countries is all happen. At the Sandia cedar report, eventually the closest to San Diego Associated Press is reporting tear gas was fine from the US side at migrants after some tried to breach the fence helicopters from the us also reportedly flying overhead monitoring, the situation now US customs and border protection says it'll continue to use every tool it has including working with their counterparts in Mexico. Yes. Go. Now, I know a lot of people are afraid to call this an invasion, right because it may be politically incorrect, an invasion. However when you got five six hundred men throwing rocks at. Border patrol agents and trying to push down a fence while you're waving a Mexican flag. And you could see the video yourself, ladies and gentlemen, that is an invasion. Pretty clearly. Yeah. By the way, the left is also calling that tear gas chemical weapons, really. That's the wording. They're choosing. It is that's fine. Okay. Okay. It gives it a connotation. Might kill the people. It's harmless chemical weapon that just makes your eyes a little watery to makes you leave. It actually works to calm things down that our country is used every country's police force every country on the planet uses some form of tear gas to break cry. I can't I can't see a better example of what an invasion is. I really can't see a clear Sosa she's from Honduras. She was in that crowd. She's a little desperate, man. We can't stay like this. It's inhumane. We are living like dogs and the truth is that I don't know what we're gonna do. I'm getting tired. Now. Go home Jose Rodriguez. He's traveling from Honduras. Well, I'm very stressed because the truth is this situation is not pleasant, but I'm always in hope of having a positive response from the US ability. He's hoping that the US will change its minds in battle all war to be president open up the borders. Probably stressful for you because you left hundreds and walked all the way to the United States American. You're trying to get into illegally. That's probably what stress wondering what correction on that. You say you walked you say walked all the way, I'm trying to get worse case on hundreds of miles of rides along the way. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I got I got you a democrat congressman Elijah Cummings on NBC over the weekend. Here's what he had to say about this group because that's the law. They should be allowed to come in seek asylum law down the other side of the issue people come here because they're fleeing violence. Let's see if we can address the violence where they're fleeing. They also come here because where they come from. They might make two dollars a day in a place like Stanford, Connecticut, they can make multiples of that. So let's really get at the underlying economic causes. Meaning let's crackdown on contractors and restaurants and cleaning services that are actually hiring the undocumented in the United States. Let's make sure people have a way of proving that they're entitled to work jumping here at five one two eight three six zero five ninety. Not gonna go. Well, that's not none of this is going to go. Well, unless you're a calm, and you just try to come through using the correct channels doing it the way you're supposed to do come through the front door, Fiat the paperwork. Wait, your turn. That's it. That's it. Don't try to warm don't try to storm the border and use violence. It's you'll get back. What you think you what what what you deserve? I'm afraid. So a settlement is nearing completion over the fraudulent Austin water bills. Remember, the worm? We're actually calling him a fraudulent water bills. Now, there was a time where everybody in the city had a leak, and they were a bunch of liars. That's right. That's what the water department set me included thousands of customers reported unexplained spikes in water bills last year and later learned that the employees of the company Corex, which was tasked with reading the meters. They were faking the readings and making them up as they went along and swayed the readings of some seven thousand meters. Well, now, the financial settlement is expected to be finalized sometime this week more than one hundred thirty. Eight thousand dollars was credited back to customers. And and says a statesman is reporting that won't that won't recoup the settlement normal the cost of the investigation. So this settlement just means. They're they're back on good terms. I guess that's it pretty much. I'm not going to get any refund for the water the the money that I wasted. No, you already got your refund. High did hundred thirty eight thousand dollars in refunds went out. I wonder how much that meant for me. I'm sure not get a refund. I don't know. I don't know. Did you? Did you call the do you have a problem? Absolutely. And you call them, and it was my fault. It was my fault. We probably have a lake it was the same thing. Same thing here. So no, we were overcharged. I don't know. Exactly. How would I know? Who knows what the correct math is going to be. But all I know is I saw an just an absurd jump in my water Bill since the fraudulent ratings run cover the city's required photos to be taken of each meter, which has come up to an annual cost five hundred thousand dollars. Well, I'm sure whatever I got it was not enough and not enough to even notice the.
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"We're not supposed to use that word. You know what I am? I'm the nationalists. Okay. The fear. I think the fear of everyone else is the guest here. I think the fear of everyone else in politics is if you put an an in parentheses, there goes the corporate dollar, Trump doesn't care less. So he can say it, but your average are still has to kind of pretend and pretend to toe the line of Reagan which most of you are not in most of them or not. But I think they're terrified of saying if I'm in there goes big Donald thanks because I don't think they're ever going to own with he owned tonight. But key doesn't care. He's not afraid of it. I just think they're afraid next next. Big donor that comes up that is some oil Republicans say what the heck? Well, I think he opened the door for another party. I really do think him resident though exactly he is a party. He's got a lot of followers. And I think he's got a lot of fathers who don't give a rip about Republican party politics. And I think it is let me just say this, even though I'm not a nationalist. I. I think we're living in a global economy. I'm for America first. But he's opened the door for candidates to say, I'm with Donald Trump. I'm not a Republic, which is what I said. And again, you need to be fired goal away. Stop talking. What I said way back in the day when it was should have been Bernie V Trump. It should have been an ass v an in there should be multiple letters out there. It would be a healthy thing to do that daily thing the healthy thing to make us think for a change which we don't really want to do. He did open the door. And he did the right thing the healthy thing that would happen. Now is you'd have ends you'd have S L L all that stuff, and they don't have to own those policy. You'd have jeeze grains, like, my friend. What's your name? Jill Stein was still growling lawsuit. Licking her neck the greatest candidate our time. Of course, when you lift her neck was very clear that was me. I love your necklace. I said I love. Okay. All right. Did liquor neck. I said I love your necklace haven't seen an adult get a Hickey in my entire life. I said I love your next neck, and what is your sense? That's what that's what I asked her back to. I don't. I don't think it goes anywhere. But it's something I was screaming about during the election process is that we've got we've got people hijacking ideals who don't really mean it on the ideals. Trump did what should have been done a long time ago from did with someone like rand Paul should be should have been doing a long time ago. Trump did what Bernie Sanders should have been doing a long time. And that is get a bunch of letters in here. So people have to adopt policies to then force you to think of the policies instead of having pep rallies. I don't know I've my guess is his end comment doesn't go anywhere because I think everyone else is afraid, but it should ours. From the crowd the politicians I'm saying the ours. Need to say, you know, what I need to put an end next to my name. And then another Arnie's and say, no, no, no, I'm I'm in our and then that would say L what's happening. I think this could open the door for C ours, constitutionalists Republicans, which Ted Cruz is constitution Republican base her. I know you want a lot of letters. You can have a conservative democrat, which is non-existent. Now, I'm sure they're Democrats out there who are basically responsible, but more moderate than the are less less liberal than some of the left wing Democrats. I think there's it opens a whole thing. I'm glad he did it last night. Yeah. I I got confused when he started talking about the boats all the people in Texas have to look at the hurricane. What was it hard rocking people in the boats? Remember, he made fun of people in boats during the hurricane see I thought he was going to lead into the Louisiana Armata, the those brave guys who helped people and my nephew took his boat there and help people I thought it was going to be appraised. Can you believe that they had to go get these people want to go look like tourists and a duck boat or something? Yeah. Yeah. And it was kind of as he was saying we'll go. Ooh, I'm feeling of uneasy here because the governor's address already when someone asks what was he talking about in the governor's, and I have no idea. Yeah. I nobody else. It doesn't matter. It's just here. And that's good enough. Trump said last night, you know, we had our difficulties are little difficulties. Right. But actually if you remember in the beginning, it was a love fest talking about his relationship with Rafael crew. A love was oh is that. So like when he said you wear the narrow disease like a badge of honor that kind of love. Oh. Hate to see if you actually hated each other. But they hugged. They hug last night. They did it. Which shocked me? But there you go. It happened. So those of you that are hung over today because of the drinking game that probably pushed you over the edge that hug probably ended your night, and you were drooling on yourself by nine pm didn't even make the halftime in the Monday night football game because of that hug. Yeah. They're five shots. It was an interesting night. He he went off script enough to make it really really exciting. What he's going to say. We started talking about the boat and people watching the hurricane in the boat was. And then his love affair with Louie Gohmert. There was. It may seem the tweets of the book of tweets hit this. I assume this is real. I mean, it's a pretty good idea. Oh, yeah. The book of tweets the book of Trump tweets chopper, thirty five bucks. That's a good idea. Trump tweets every morning on the morning show. Todd Donna, which is selling it. They should be selling. It's too late. I in a category owns the category, and you blew it. So it's called just the tweets Donald J Trump's historical collection of historical two years. The store could collection of tweets volume one. Volume one. What does that the first month? There'll be an entire book just for Stephanie Clifford those tweets, so I assume that was real thought man, that's a pretty good idea. Sure. And I guess because it is public information. It's out there. You could compile their Witter has no recourse. Do they know? I think when it's out there. It's out there decided to be the one to put it in a book form package it and sell it. Or maybe something from the president. He might wanna cut the scene Mason, Eric or Don, jR, he can try. I mean, the mooch you know, is not around anymore and the hitman is on the other team. Now, all the mooch on the FOX business today counting his new book. But I don't think he has. I don't think anybody has any recourse has any recourse here on this. If you've decided to package it and sell it. I kept somebody probably bought it. I don't think the government can go back and say you can't sell our tweets. They're out there over the government. I was thinking an Donald Trump is an individual. He's the government. Well, he's an individual too. He's an individual president weights are public record. They are they are. But I'm still saying he's a businessman, and he wants it sort of like if someone all your tweets, if someone offer got you've ever had one forgot. Yeah. But we're not the same. No. He's president. Yeah. But he's just like he's a public figure though, Jeff. Okay. But those are government. I think those were technically be government. I don't know. I would not be. They don't come from that they come from his personal account not an official White House account. They may send a lawyer. Mason the goons after this person. Then now say that the goons may come and collect Jeff Ward and Ed Clements..
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"Yeah. Shut up. Thank you very much. Appreciate that. Call H outta there. He's like Kiato Reeves in the matrix Joni, John Georgetown, could Martin Joni cry? Hi, good morning. I just realized I hang on a second. But I just realized we're doing the old Todd Don show we used to do at ten and two we are with the with the pot heads. They call in after we are just feels good now that does it's like the old days back when we used to get suspended all the time alcohol. Jody good morning. Good morning. I just wanted to say I love Ted Cruz. I've supported him for many years and every time I walked the capital, and I see the the plaques for the constitution and the ten commandments. I thank him every day for fighting for that. What I wanted to say is that I live down near downtown. At beta signed all around me and my neighbor, and I both are going to vote for Ted Cruz, but we're staring to put a sign up in our yard. Yeah. We're scared to put a bumper sticker in our car because if you if you're a Republican or a conservative and use the poor anybody, but the liberal agenda, you get yelled at beat up or your car set on fire like that guy in Washington. Whereas his truck got set on fire. Trump sticker on it. Took an Uber home has he went out to bar. He was responsible came back and track was on fire, and they spray painted on the side. Yeah. It's pretty disgusting. We wanna live vote for Beato and live like that. Yeah. No. You're absolutely right. Judy. I appreciate it. Thank you for your call cruise. Don't need. No, stinking sign. No. He really doesn't. He has been pretty minimal. And I think you have to pay for one if you want one, but he don't need. No stinking size. Got a text message here apparently an eyewitness to this morning's accidents on thirty five to ninety says you're Todd Donna pass through thirty five is first responders were arriving the guy tried to cross where the part of the highway is blocked by concrete retaining wall. Okay. Right there in the construction zone. So therefore, there's no shoulder. There's not much room soon as you step over that wall. You're in traveler, your dead in it. Yeah. Not easy to excess right in front of right in front of the jury. What does this dirty Chile? What does that is that a restaurant is in a bar? Maybe it's spelt wrong. I don't know what that is. I'm not sure what that is. But it's just not a good idea to in any way, shape or form to try to cross at thirty five or. Get anywhere near it on foot. I is this right? All lanes have been reopened Elissa. Is that right is melinda's? Probably getting ready for the ten o'clock hour all lanes on thirty five reopened. All right. Well, listen, I bet it's I'm looking at my map here. It's still red. So there's still a lot of residual delay. That's going to take hours to clear lotteries edge. Yeah. Love to get your eyewitness reports there, please. Yeah. It is open line Friday. You could we could talk to you about anything, whatever's on your mind. And in fact, we may do a segment what's on don's mind? Listen, if you're having trouble in your relationship now. No, no. That'd be fascinating. Fascinating. Yeah. Open line Friday. You got gotta meet it. So what Travis county judge nearly becomes a victim of a very nasty situation after a man suspected of tilling stealing tens of thousands of dollars from a construction company, including a bunch of equipment. He was on trial. And apparently this man defecated in his hands in hopes of throwing it at the judge. The judge was filling in for judge Julie Kosoric down that means he pooped in his hand. The statesman reports deputy saw what Eric Velasquez was trying to do. They immediately rushed him out, but they had to shut the courthouse down that floor down. Because while they had the clean up the mess that he left behind on the floor the walls, so wow, good work. If you can get it like a monkey at the zoo. Exactly exactly think about that. Thank you about that. That man had gotten a point in his life where you know, what I'm gonna do. I put my hand in my pants and pooping Mahanagar throat at the judge. That's that's what I'm gonna do going forward. That's why I'm about to. Did you say that again, a little more clearly because I think we could. That sound bite someday. You know, what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna put my hands in my pants, and I'm gonna poop in my hand. I'm gonna throw it at the judge. That's where I am right now in my current situation. This is what I'm doing. My next move will be that Paul in Hays county. Good morning. Yes, sir. The Turkish government is agreed to release. The pastor this morning. It's. I just wondered if you guys thought if Hillary had been elected she wanted to use the full force of the American government to help their pastor passerby released. Wow. That's a good question. How long was he locked up and did the previous president tried to get him out? Not that I'm aware of. Two years this morning. They're letting America. Oh, yeah. That's wonderful. Brooke that earlier this morning, apparently, he's yeah. He's on his way back. So that's good news. Hey, you could jump in here at five one two eight three six zero five it is open line Friday going to update you on some some political news coming up after the bottom of.
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"Overhaul change is significantly reduce the level of regulation on the tax industry to give the best ability to compete within the market so basically those regulations prevented them from competing but it also protected them this means taxi companies will be able to choose their own fares fleet size color of the vehicles the new rules will take effect next month stephen on the time don show good morning good morning guys very very teachable moment for liberal friends who don't understand economics very simply what's happened here with these taxi companies is that we have reduced regulation and fees to make them more competitive has been saying free ears the government is getting out of the way so the cab companies can conservative that's you're absolutely right hang on a second here let's see where do i go i lost my spot where to go people talking about on social media at todd jeffries ats and at don prior we're getting viral with todd donna this is on top jeffries at x on facebook arnold schwarzenegger with the message to the president about saving the coal industry so prison trump i know you really want to be an action hero right so take it from the terminator young is supposed to go back in time to predict future generations yeah you're only supposed to go back in time to protect future generations he says what are you gonna bring back blockbuster you're going to bring back beatty babies that is viral video check it out at tie jeffries todd and don.
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"todd donna" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Me i really need your help can i first read you the email i sent gary about this yes i know a lot about football and i feel confident betting on it but it's certainly doesn't mean i when maestro you simply go upset about him so yeah although this year made to bats enough one tear no now what's but the way it works is a bill we build up a little a little kid and tell we get to the season yes so i was asked to do this we have our sports guy todd donna who who's grandma down yeah yeah you know tied down a host been dylan sports out in the la area for on million thirty year yeah he's at least and he actually doesn't now of st louis we i sd and a man eight live on the life and the midwest great guy love and he told me and my co host this morning no we're going to do this so offense read and picking games and i think right because i'm not gonna be involved you know though no you're doing yet it's okay to say this again because i gotta right down so i sent i gave email where picking are quote playoff picks against the spread for this week and i have no idea what that means anybody on the show want to help make and just make me sound like something i did my best to explain against the spread that you know that was helpful now that work ethic it got halfway there my i understand that like if one tees off and one teams terrible you got to kind await it because obviously it was going to just go for the team that's great yeah well i mean look at the odds on something like best actress with the scars too so what halle barry gets monsters ball or whatever sheesh favor that here telling me earned their whatever's not so if you're going to that guy on halloween you're going to get a little are yeah i didn't assist kind of that but not quite but so you know.
"todd donna" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Welcome back to the show eight seven seven three one seven six four three two with the number here are right it got worse for black mom us murphy later in the in the room he was confronted by a correspondent from the young turks and and i and i apologize cause i don't i don't i don't number this guy's name but he constructed or is well now as far as i can i think they do it was the first one they brought this up but that really because i don't think anyone has brought this up and by the way i don't wanna brazil has been only siemian then sense that offense this was this was out of me and and i don't i just honestly i don't i don't get it but she was you know she was confronted and of course you know it's always good dog can't it's the dog of and you heard this from everybody but this is what the democrats are doing now it's the rush it's the russians it's the russians and that's and that's it they don't want to talk about what actually in the body of the no no no no no no it's the rush and a military again paid attention to the man behind the curtain forget about the had to forget about that i don't believe their lineups so i want to play this clip pretty well where she's confronted yet again in the spin richard todd donna do you do you owe the voters an apology.