18 Burst results for "Two Twelve Year"

'Dancing With the Stars': '80s Night

Parenting Roundabout

08:28 min | 7 months ago

'Dancing With the Stars': '80s Night

"Dancing with the stars. So it was eighties night, which meant a great deal of bad hair a great deal. Male and female bad hair bad here all the way around bad here for the host bad here for everybody. And costumes of exceptional cheesiness. And for Justina Machado, having to give herself a shower onstage. Stay true to flashdance you suffer for your art girl you go. And dancing that was. Generally not great but. Colorful. Shiny colorful. and. Harry. Yes Fair so much. So what did you think anything stand out to you. I quite liked Nieves quickstep it got dissed by the judges and I. Agree I thought that was good I liked. Watching Nellie tonight I did too. I pretty much enjoyed them all along. I. Think he's looked like he's throwing himself into it gratifying way but tonight was particularly good. Yeah I. It's not that I haven't liked him in the past I just thought that he he did a good job tonight. Yes. So he was fine. I don't know I did Kaitlyn. Doing the Tango. I didn't that didn't seem like a Tango Song Me Song. I. Think Law now with their like revenge of the nerds costs on. That didn't make any sense to me like no. The three, you know the combination of dance style music and production design was yes. Wacky and then yes, I had the same issue with this as I did with the Disney night. Songs, which is when they're all king played by Rachel live. Stay sound weird. Songs you've been hearing for. Forty years. Yeah that is that is distressing. I did like justinas downs and just because I'm predisposed to earn about what? And I liked AJ? Well it was hard to overlook the preponderance of bad hair. And I don't know how well his dancing necessarily was, but that's such. A Nice be wall song and Shirl was just had that big dress was just swooping all around. So beautifully, I really enjoyed watching that. Yeah. Yeah. Like a particularly good. You know wedding dance maybe look they practiced huge. So I would just you know done without all the hair extensions but okay. by I thought that was a really pretty down. So I give them some parts. For that Nice, and also just because Aj seems to be having a really good time and throwing himself into the. Spirit of the Mirror Ball. So I appreciate that I will give points for that. Yeah. Although I do I feel like most everybody is except for Jesse who said goodbye tonight? I think I may not. That was a merciful elimination though I shall be sorry to not see much Sharon in her pink hair. Yes but Yeah, he seemed like. that he is maybe than thinking better of this. This little plan. Yeah. Someone. Had for him right exactly. So, yeah. I don't think he's GONNA be bad. I hope not but Yeah. It was. It's an interesting group because there's nobody that really stands out as being pretty exceptional I mean. Johnny. Is Probably the best dancer, but he's not this kind of dancer and so yeah if you give them a contemporary teen that's right up his alley. Does well, but he's not going to do well at the ballroom. It doesn't seem right. So and there's some people who have a little bit certainly I'm sure the cheerleading coach has a movement experience need was talking about his experience. But there's nobody there's no ringers I. Don't think. Yeah. They all have a certain degree of uncertainty and counting. With, panicked is there dancing. So you know in various degrees of their pro yelling at them right? Well they're moving. Right. So it's it's kind of refreshing, but also makes it less exciting to watch. But. Holy Cow, the fake audiences excited. And they get mad when Do. Booing of the judges we know it's you know it's not humans stop at. Stop, that's reliant. Stop ferries to knock applause just I keep I keep getting into it and then realizing wait a minute. This is out of the CAN. But somebody's having a good time. There's somebody in the control room who is just having a ball. And I salute that person right? They are burning their paycheck. Hoots this is this is one we need the boost this favorite people clapping along yes. Yikes. They have something that's on the be where they can do that. Same Yeah. Well, I was complaining about this to my husband and he says, Oh yeah, they're doing that with baseball too. So I guess fake cheering yes. I was actually I noticed that the other day we were watching a game. Is, is that fake stand noise that they're doing? So, apparently, we are not to be trusted to. On our own without the sounds of other humans it would just be to ghostly. K.. Twenty twenty so. Heck Yeah. Stream. screamingly weird and you know we can continue to just. BE ANNOYED AT TIRA wasting time spending like half a minute talking to Nellie about arcades like s if anyone's GonNa talk let it be the celebrity themselves or let him read the judges like don't rush them right right through their critique only. So you can reminisce about arcades like yes. Yes. Don't rush into the critique in also A. Used to be on this show that there was time for the eliminated couple to say goodbye there was even a time where I believe they got a little last dance or like a little montage or something. Yeah. Yeah yes. If you could take all of the inane questions, you might have enough time for a proper sendoff or at least smile wave. Yeah, I guess they feel that they're outsourcing the send off to GM, and so it doesn't they don't need to do it here but they need to do it here because I'm GonNa Watch that right and it's just such a bum's rush every week. At least leave probably don't have to get on an airplane and fly to New York to Jimmy this year I'm hoping they letting them do it virtually. No may be so. Yeah everything is. Not, yet somehow I have not yet adjusted my thinking to realize that everything is that way, right? So. Yeah. That's probably right. Well. I don't know a theme nights like this are not my favorite. Especially when they just The. Speaking of the dials they turn up the cheesiness dial two, twelve year I just would rather have pretty costumes and hair and. You know dances that just exists to be a pretty dance

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"two twelve year" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is news radio WFLA this is the stage show Mitch McConnell situation and hash tag Moscow made which is been trending we'll get to all that in just a second little bit of all arrests but a little bit of a break and I got a puddle of more on to the news just a couple of bizarre items I wanna toss into the program here I saw this Mike what die the banana prank I think I'm I'm like wait a minute what kind of evil little **** kids are we dealing with here the banana prank and now it's not Eddie Murphy from Beverly hills covered the old with that of the tale by no no no no even this is worse this is the worst of the old but I love the jailbreak brick Columbus Ohio well according to fox eight out of Ohio art teacher at starling came through a school in Columbus told her classroom in the beginning of the year that this classroom is a banana free zone no but manners well that song my grandfather used to saying to me yes we have no all bananas so I miss my grandpa grandpa al well I wish I wish my grandpa al was still alive you know he he died back in what two thousand and French you know I I just I'm back into that world was like back in two thousand is what twenty I was thirty four was a thirty four thirty of thirty four our end you know I I I just the growth that I've had the the the in just getting older I I just would I would give anything for a whole bunch of additional conversations with my grandpa al al Schmitt to Albert Schmidt anyway my grandfather used to sing of this little yes we have no bananas today I got a look up the lyrics for nothing but the best story this picture posted signs outside our classroom that she was severely allergic to bananas and ask any student who may have eaten a banana to wash their hands for this was very clear from the beginning of the school year last fall but last November the teacher almost died the teacher almost control when three students smeared banana all on her door and then started throwing bananas and her the teacher because of the severe banana allergy went into anaphylactic shock I don't you know luckily there was an MP pen and she was able to get jammed the light with an MP pen let's save your life with with anaphylactic shock and allergies you know I've heard a shellfish I've heard about peanuts obviously I've been on numerous flights as I travel quite a bit I've been on numerous flights with the flight intense will say you know we don't serve peanuts but we would ask you not to eat peanuts if you have them we have a severely allergic passenger I've heard that a a bunch of times I told the story about the flight attendant that freaked out of my white it was a bizarre story it we mostly fly delta and then southwest second and then probably American then United and we were all United flight and the flight attendant I mean just freaked out my wife at the trade down and aunts on a napkin she had not on a napkin and the the flight you what was it was bizarre and you know we didn't know no one said we couldn't eat peanuts and that the flight attendants nobody said anything but they weren't even peanuts they were more cold almonds which are phenomenal I'm more call almonds or it'll lightly fried in olive oil and insulted more cold almonds all Josh the best so I would like ma'am ma'am lady come down these are these are not peanuts it was a bizarre story United lady freaked out at like started Kerr and cursed a little bit and then the other flight attendants to apologize because it was it was like it was so real it was bizarre anyway so the teacher goes into anaphylactic shock in less than fifteen minutes because been nana was smeared on her door handle and she touched it and then they're throwing bananas what kind of sick twisted little **** kids would do this she starts to change colors a sick US school security employee can be heard saying on a police body camera that she starts to change colors office is arrived at the school the cops are the ones that gave her an MP pen yeah and the one at B. pen apparently didn't work they gave her another at the pan as her throat was hi her throat was started pulls up fellow teachers and the school folks they called nine one one she was rushed to the hospital so the this the school security employee who gave the happy pet it must've been an off duty cop or or or a you know one of the resource cops at the school so they called nine one one she was rushed to the hospital where she did recover all of the kids knew that she was definitely allergic to manage they know that if he touches a banana she'll go into anaphylactic shock so they're sitting out there they're eating lunch one of them takes a banana and sit sit on the door and smears around officers found pieces of banana under a table after it hit the teacher's arm and leg that could be attempted murder the security employee told officers I don't know if it's an actual copy was who had the MP pen he said the students involved were seventh graders what kind of a little surreal mass murder little cycle paths we dealing with here all thirteen year old girl and two twelve year old boys were sentenced to probation for the attack yeah I wonder if those little demon seeds I wonder if they remain in our class that is insane by the way WSYX television in Columbus they reported that more than thirty assaults on teachers have occurred in Columbus city schools in the past year well it's not like Columbus Ohio is just a a bunch a lovely kids lovely bunch of coconuts and yes we have no bananas today is that terrible or walked all four of the baby in the freezer story this is nuts so this guy's mother dice and they say well was ma'am well I guess cleaning up mother's place finds a box all wrapped box in the freezer and the box had been in the freezer since he was a kid Adam Smith had been living in this family said it was so apartment taking care of mom recently died of cancer Smith says that his mother kept the wrapped box inside the freezer for decades and she told him to always stay away from it as a kid after she died he decided to open the box this was late last Saturday night he opens the box and inside he discovers a dead frozen baby.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on KTOK

"When you see him. He takes you. Or he drives you mad, which is what this social media Meam inflaming is doing it's driving people mad. It's what social media is driving. People mad for anybody who thinks that the social media memes and social media and these movies like bird box TV shows like stranger things, despite the fact that you might like them I love stranger things if we don't recognize that these are vehicles at the. Very very least for other people to put let's say in chaos magic their Syjuco to manifest something through these films or they are vehicles for something to manifest elsewhere. We don't at least acknowledge that. And we think that it's just a game. Well, tell that to the little girl who was stabbed nineteen times by two twelve year olds in Wisconsin, tell that to the girl who was found dead from suicide in Buenos Aires. Argentina also twelve years old tell that to the other children who have committed self harm or have committed suicide because of an internet meme tell that to the people who have committed suicide right on social media. It's not just a game when they take what I talked with. We we talked with the chaos magicians about the NBC mean, and we did a whole show about the NBC mean about how it is a single, and it is a very powerful signal to point out the mimicry and parroting what is called the left wing answer to everything orange band makes me scared. I mean just goes down the list of. What these NPC's are non non playing characters? I guess what? That means. Right non-participating character NPC, it's somebody to just observes and they make a comment every once in a while. And it's like this this this looking monkey Lous that has no expression or nothing. And that's that is very powerful. And it's making people who are called himself. Social Justice warriors. It says it's dehumanizing us. Of course, it is. That's what it was meant for. It is a single kind of like, the frog frog. He's a schedule, and he'd represents something on the internet. And and you may think that these are nothing, but they are hope as their means, and they can be Agra for their servicers. And this is why it's very important understand that while we look at the internet. We say it's just the internet, odds the social media. No, it's not there is a lot of thing on social media moves you in certain directions. If you remember in bird box where where does the suicide suicide pandemic come from? They're talking and he says oh. The new said it came from Romania. But I think it came from Russia. Okay. And then you see Russia. You see the the disease jumped from Russia to Alaska and see. That's the thing that I caught where she said. Well, they said that the suicide pandemic happened in Romania. But I think it happened from Russia. Yeah. It's from Russia. In other words, something social media got meddled with such as the division the propaganda from Russia. And that's what created this hate and anger on the social media channels as we were talking about a little bit ago too. When you connect to the internet. This digital avatar profile is created in the real us is killed or replace kinda like invasion of the body snatchers. And I was thinking CLYDE that with all of the things that we see with technology and spying advertising? Whatever it might be whatever the excuse or the justification as we've seen things like brain mapping. We know about the human genome project, we know about behavior mapping synthetic genomes. DNA databases implantable memories, deep fake voice, Mirroring literal. Cloning all of these things combined just like the..

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"two twelve year" Discussed on The Ready State

The Ready State

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on The Ready State

"Tournament up in Reno which was, you know, one of those ones where people fly in from all over the place to play for western far, western kids, come up from Texas and Kelly was sitting with some parents when we were watching another team in there were two twelve year old girls on a team from Texas that were already like six feet tall twelve and had like super Jack quads and could jump like twenty feet in the air and Kelly pointed out to all the parents said, hey, you know, we're gonna tournament here with five thousand volleyball players in those are the unicorns. It should be obvious to everybody that those two girls are the unicorns. Those two girls might actually play at the NC two A level. Yeah. Is amazing. Right. Like, I went to I do. A bunch of work from time time with US Olympic Committee. I was in Colorado Springs at Olympic training center and having I was just having lunch in the cafeteria in the women's volleyball team was sitting next to me, and they're really big right there. Six five they're huge. They're incredible athletes. And so yeah, again, you know, in my daughter's middle school volleyball player, and I meet, you know, friends. Oh, look how look how incredible. She has McKay. She is okay for you, bend, Oregon. Seventh grade. I'm carried away here. You know? So it's pretty funny. One of the things that really struck me was that you when we had the pleasure watching you speak to all the regional whole lot of a room.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Foiled plot to kill classmates drink their blood so disturbing arrest affidavits released on Wednesday yesterday by the bardo police department, so the two girls ages eleven and twelve were on with knives. God at the middle school before they were caught. No, one was heard investigators said the girls plan to stake out a bathroom and wait for smaller students. The affidavit says the students plan to cut their victims throats cut up their bodies eating the flesh and drink their blood. They were inspired by I think slender man, personally that the harm movie that just came out. They said they were watching har- movies all weekend, and they devised it over the weekend. They found their texts back and forth to each other. These girls need to be put away they need to be locked up. Definitely in an insane asylum. They need to be monitored. I don't their parents need to be looked at the whole thing. This is not I have an eleven year old girl. This is not normal behavior. And even if you want to pass it off as oh, they were just being overly dramatic. They would never have none. No, no. They went through with bringing the knives to school these girls need to be institutionalized period, if they put them in an institution, then they'll be able to make their own horror movies. There you go. Yeah. I was watching another video of these two twelve year old and a thirteen year old boy picking on a mentally disabled boy, and he was on his knees. And they pulled out a gun put it to his head. That's on video. I tweeted it out. I'm like these punks need to go to jail. I don't care for twelve. You pulling out a gun and putting it to the head of a disabled boy, go to jail. Away for a long time. Those people never get fixed. That age if your that broken, you've got some serious problems. And who knows what happens at home kids do stupid things I get that. But there's a difference between that and abject cruelty. There's a difference between taking the car out for a spin. When you're not supposed right on the gun on them one. Who's disabled broke, my heart this video, I it's just very disturbing. But you know, that's what their defense attorneys are going to say, that's your parents are going to. Literally, it's doing stupid thing some slack. You know, what they did is wrong. They're really sorry. And you know, what's going to happen if they buy into that? Then they're going to become adults. Do the exact same thing. What would you do with these girls? Eleven and twelve I have an eleven year old girl at home. I she's with my her best friend right now. They do they come home from school. They do their homework. One of my daughter cheer, leads her friend is in tennis. They're just nice normal little girls, they do watch. Right. We'll be like a scary movie. But but this is beyond that an fight allies. You would if you tried to say that these were just to eleven year olds and they were overly dramatic, and they weren't going to do anything. I want my child to be on the receiving end. If they are going to do something, and they're they're obviously a danger to the school the school cannot let them back in. And if I had my child in that school, I would protest and keep them out of that school. They can never be allowed back into that school or for that matter. I'm sorry. If they actually did something like this. I'd put them in prison for the rest of their of course, it's like those two girls that do you? Remember, this story, two girls. Twelve years old three girls all twelve sleepover. Two of the girls planned to kill the third girl. They bring her out across the street from their house is a playground. They bring her beyond the playground than have a sleepover. Ninety AM the next morning. They have breakfast. They go across the street to the playground. They tell their moms would be at the playground. They they go back into the forest area. And the two of them stabbed this girl. Twelve times thirteen times, they think she's dead. They leave she crawls out to a bike path and a woman on a bike sees her the girls living and those two monsters are now sixteen years old, and they were thinking do we charge? Them as adults. Of course, you know, they didn't. Of course, they didn't come on. What state was that in? I don't know. Felony and misdemeanor charges were filed Wednesday against actor Mary and pooch hall of the Showtime series Ray. Donovan. Oh, yeah. Driving under the influence of alcohol with his two year old son on his lap and crashing Chrysler sedan into a parked car. Gosh hall, who's forty four Sherman. Oaks is set to be arraigned on Thursday today. At the Burbank courthouse on one felony count of child abuse and one misdemeanor count of each of drunk driving under the influence of of an alcoholic beverage and driving with a point oh, eight percent blood alcohol content. When the police officers arrived witnesses reported seeing a man driving a Chrysler three hundred sedan weaving in and out of traffic with a small child seated on. One witness reported seeing the child's hands on the steering wheel. The driver ultimately collided with a parked vehicle and was detained at the scene on suspicion of driving under the influence. No one was reported injured and the boy was released to the custody of his wife at the accident scene, by the way, the two girls twelve years old. They're from Wisconsin. They were twelve a niece aware and Morgan geyser they lured their friend Peyton Lautner into the woods and stabbed her nineteen times. And she survived. Yup. Because sometimes they say they survived, and then they die like five days later. Oh, she got one of the girls was sentenced to forty years in a mental hospital. Good. She's she was twelve at the time. Listen, this whole idea of being kid and being doesn't matter. You're you're doing adult things be prepared to suffer adult consequences. I'm so glad she's going to the looney bin for forty years. But you know, what she'll be out at fifty-six? She'll still be nuts anyway. Well, at least she's gonna be in there for child rearing years. Yeah. That's good. A man from Switzerland is suing Graceland after he says fire alarm caused it to build teddy debilitating hearing problems he claims now is ruined his marriage. Wait. I thought most men don't wanna listen to the app and on and on. According to the lawsuit. The couple who now lives apart is suing the Elvis Presley estate for negligence. Damages in excess of seventy five thousand dollars. Good. Luck Hans Peter gouge was staying at the guest house at Graceland with his daughter on October the twenty seven. October twenty seventeen rather when he says he was exposed to a fire alarm for thirty minutes. Yeah. No doubt. I mean when my alarm on my house goes off, I'm like, oh, it's annoying. And you can't find or your car alarm. You can't find your key. That's very annoying. But wait a second. How did this affect the wife and baby he can't perform anymore? Why? Because he's what do you mean for four with? What is yours? Wait a second. I don't understand why the wife is now this is problems in his marriage. A doctor at a Memphis hospital diagnosed couch with tonight us condition that causes someone to hear ringing without actually being tough. There's no doubt about that. Gouge said he now take sleeping medication and no longer enjoys physical activities meaning sex. So. This means he gave me a bunch of weight, you think so. Yeah. Okay. So what what does that have to do with the wife? I mean, you marry somebody for better for worse for better when you're skating for worse. When you're what are you talking about how this has nothing to do with their marriage, and that's ridiculous. They're having dinner with the old, man. And he says Davut Jillian stop ringing that bell little tinny it over here. You know, what would get annoying like my friend is married to someone and he has a hearing aid. And she said she made him getting out. She was like, I'm so sick of yelling everything I have to say I have to yell it in his ear what? Or sometimes she'll go watch this and she'll say something to him. And he just keeps walking. I start laughing says the rudest things because she can. But now he's light her when she wanted him to get the hearing. Now, he got it and life is so much better. But I don't know. It's just come on. Imagine having the hearing aid. If the fire alarms going off. Well, you can turn it up and turn it down, which I think is brilliant times. I like to I'd like to tune out my kids, I walk in the door at seven o'clock. Mommy, mommy. Mommy. Mommy. Mommy. Mommy. Mommy. I wish I said, mommy needs back-off bobby's or juicy for I can tell with any of this coming at me because it's just that. And it's loud. And you know what? I mean. I have just because. Yeah. So what I was a kid. I used to get erects all the time. Oh, you did. What? And so my mom got me tubes in my ears. I actually had that operation twice wall. How old were you? I've seen it. Yeah. I seen a three-year-old had this. And I was like oh my gosh. Is it painful, they just knock you out? So yeah. But then don't you have to have the tubes and for a little bit. And then they fall out because of my multiple operations I have scar tissue in my ears. I can clearly hear out of one of my ears. I didn't know that issues blocking it is that true. Yeah. So what I'm sleeping if a minute allowed area. I just lay on my glitzier really bad here exposed, and I can sleep through just about any like a party John in the corner. He's got his little pillows. Good ear up to the pillow and the rest. Wow. And what goes a marvel look at that. How does he do it? I have Bose noise cancelling ears. After defending his controversial. I am Kate Halloween costume a Michigan based company costume agent said it's yanking the product. Why I am Ketu? Caitlyn jenner. I think Caitlyn. I am Caitlyn. Okay. In an interview with TMZ that was published on Tuesday, a Representative from the company said despite multiple threats the product would continue being sold adding it's a costume. It's funny because tomb which the company sold through EBay Amazon included a brunette wig a gold medal an outfit similar to the one Jenner war during the nineteen seventy six Olympics. Well before the twentieth fifteen gender transition. I gotta find him while cost you claves. The product is unisex model in one of the promotional images appears to be a beard. What God come on? I I wish somebody from the LGBTQ l g b t q r s the would come on. I went to a Halloween party longtime ago at Chris and bruises. And their McDonald was there and Heather went as Chris and her husband Peter went as Bruce Jenner. It was Jericho Olympic Burs was awesome. Very funny. It's like. When Kylie Jenner got an all kinds of trouble for saying, happy, happy happy Father's Day or happy birthday, dad and her and Bruce and people went nuts. It's like, wait. Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. You don't know that Bruce that was her dad for all of her life. He's just been changed now to Caitlyn. But for nineteen of her twenty one years, it's been her dad, so and what businesses of yours you have. He might love it. Caitlyn might love that picture and say, you know, that brings back warm memories because I was your father, then and still your father. But I'm Caitlyn you know what I mean? It's just the whole thing is so stupid, but of other people's business, you don't know what's going on. And just because you transition doesn't mean you don't recognize your history. Come on course. So dumb for years. An unnerving story is made the rounds on Disney fan blogs. The people regularly scattered the ashes of loved ones at Disneyland and Disney World, that's true. The Wall Street Journal is confirmed the. Urban legend in this happens on a monthly basis is the employees have a special code report when it happened..

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"two twelve year" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett

"The partisan isle in the tumult of the nineteen sixties and seventies. Since we recorded this conversation, Sally and Eric have been on polar opposite sides of the cavenaugh hearings and as controversial as ever before. But I couldn't let go of a conversation I had after the event with two twelve year old girls who'd come expecting to be bored and instead or riveted they told me they had not witnessed or imagined that a political conversation like this was possible. Michael Marceau look Montana. A public radio's program director moderated a few questions from the standing room only audience. Here's a question, very particular, kind of looking for practical answers to questions particularly hopeful about this localism that Eric talked about and this person wonders. If any of you have any practical tips for navigating political minefields such as the PTA or the co op or the block party. That's where life happens. That's a great question. You know, I will say that I have commented more than once in the last few months that I may give up politics for the pulpit at some point, and I was a city councilman. Elected and it's worse than national bald local politics is far dirtier. People get mad at you in the grocery store 'cause they're, they're garbage wasn't collected. The thing though I would tell you is to go full circle to wear this night began just don't impute motives to someone when you don't really know their motives. A lot of people believe a lot of things. Some people believe things that are mutually contradictory. I think we all do. I know I do, but don't impute motives to the person. You haven't walked in their shoes. You don't know their background and we could all do a better job, particularly at the local level in a PTA or whatnot. It may not be that they just want a way to get their kid ahead over your kid. They may have real real reasons for when they do these things. Just getting out of impunity motives would go a long way to helping things. I'll give a practical tip and a challenge. So the practical tip is we know from neuroscience that when people sense an argument, their brain shuts down the persuasion parts of their brains shut down and the fighter flight parts of their brain light up. And they pick aside and no one's going to pick your side. It's by definition and arguments. So the other person you arguing with is going to pick their side and then the whole thing breaks down and everybody leaves feeling pretty crummy about things. And so the extent to which we can keep things conversational and also that if you want to persuade someone else, you have to be open to being persuaded yourself. These are two way streets they have to be and not like you're faking it really authentically meaningfully hearing what someone else's saying. And then the other is look. We have to do something about the way in which our lives and our communities are segregated. And that is increasingly ideological. It's also racial economic. And you know, it's a very interesting thing about the gay thing, right? Like you could have these stealth gay people. I was one. Where I was like Bormann's in my family that whole time. And then suddenly surprise I'm gay and they already liked me. So it sort of worked out well, and that's why we have such quick progress on gay rights as a country. That doesn't usually happen, say with like black people or Muslims, you know, like your cousin doesn't just suddenly one day come out Mexico for so. But there are studies that look kids who go to racially integrated elementary schools grow up to actually they have less racial bias and college students who participate in racially integrated activities and after school programs are actually reduce their racial bias. So there's something about us knowing each other being together relating to each other, that then has a much more positive effect more broadly. That actually leads me to one of the questions I want to ask us. We. As we wind down, which is if the goal of a robust civility is not that we agree, right?.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"P. we can really look at usually look at you until this person is about the overdose drug. You look at them Levada. You don't get any of that from her at all. She doesn't look like she's a drug use it at all. So that's why that was shocking because it was like, wait, what? Nobody even knew. She was probably on drugs like she's not being killed. No, Odem Trigo popstar and she's twenty five and she's white. Came out of fucking halls, the Sniffen some shit, and everybody just went along about their day. Just having fun. Best life. It's kid. Kids are kidding. Remember the movie kids? Yeah, I feel like just because I was just talking about. I think it was the money. Great. No, I know what it was. Sam said, she never saw kids, and I looked at our nuts. They throwing. Guyana. I didn't have a guy version of kids Guyanese versus insane. Netflix see. You got the nerve to look at. You never seen Moulana whatever the fuck that movie. I like the movie when everyone gets aides right. You never had childhood movie. I don't have aids now because of it. Kids requiem for a dream should be required, can't say, should show it. All elementary schools were. I think they were showed it in my school. They were live. When I was young kids, I didn't think I shouldn't do that quite the opposite. TV rolling out the teacher closet. Listen, it was time figure Bank, Tom. Finger banks. Right next to the cougar. Listen. There was a time and everyone's young man's life. When his main goal was to finger bang, of course, just one. That's all he wanted a young. Still here. Now to one more. That game is now. I don't think I don't think we're gonna be a big thing. Any more. It's not for adult man. We're, we're dolts if you figure. Two twelve year. He don't tell you he lit. I'm out here fucking at all. Twelve, you'll you'll smell my fingers through, oh my God. That's still happening that was finger offing. Put your hand. Things to be stake as. Little dirty girl. All right. So speaking speaking stink fingers, the little girl. Almost. I'm not even gonna bring this up because I'm not going to stay on his longtime because this happened, this happened while we're on tour, but our Kelly released a record. I guess he was worried about somebody else receiving the lifetime nasty award. He wanted to really cement his place. So our Kelly put out a twenty minute record of which I heard two and a half minutes of where he was talking about how sticky is. That's what I'll say else to isn't. It. And it's sick. Shit. One ear, neither. I don't know what he's thinking. Fucked up. Catchy. I guess it was. It was like a little box and then you heard you heard what he was saying in his like nasty and creepy still like, why is he? It's cool. Like we're, we've resolved. We don't need more. We don't even more details of why anything. He played his friends or his management or loved ones fryer. Record his own sessions. He uploaded as she right up. He was done mixed it. No engineer. He should put this one right after. We're..

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"two twelve year" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

Motley Fool Answers

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on Motley Fool Answers

"Wind down our time here at full fast. It's not a conversation with Tom and David. If we don't talk about board games and how they've influenced their investing approach and even some recommendations. What is your current favorite board game? And is there one with decision factors similar to your investment approach. Well, each give a quick answer. So Mike probably might current favorite board game is game called tariff, warming Mars? It is awesome. I mean, I made the mistake of saying that two neighbors who just moved in across the street from us. They said in a very loving and enthusiastic, David, we love games. We saw your game room in your house. What's your favorite game? And I answered honestly, which was mistake because you should always fellow gamers. You should give something that's easy for people to pick up and learn like codenames, which we're going to be playing in a little while wonderful game. But I said, tariff or Mars. And so I got an Email back the next day. Thank you so much. We've just bought it on Amazon and we look forward to sharing it with our two twelve year old twin daughters. And the thing that's for Mars is that you have to be willing to read rules for about an hour, teach the game for about an hour and then spent about three hours playing against awesome game because we're terra forming Mars, and you learn a lot and it's infinitely replaceable to has a couple of great expansions. It is an awesome game. That's my favorite game. I'll just say in the last year, kind of restating some of the joys of what we've all created together is the network that we have, and the people that we've met along the way, and I'm going to. Courage you to just cross across the floor at the cocktail party and go talk to somebody that you don't know. I know that's going to happen anyway, but I would encourage you to go a step or two farther in that this evening. And anytime you get together the Molly full because you will, as I am be truly blown away by who's here in the room and who we've gotten to know over the years. And so I'll just emphasize the conversation yesterday with mad Caulkins Matt after we did the interview in our office two months ago or so. He said, hey, you guys should come over for game day at my apartment. So we went over to Matt's place. About twenty minutes from here, Dave, and I and David's want to David sons and we play games which was awesome..

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"two twelve year" Discussed on NVus Alien Podcast

NVus Alien Podcast

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on NVus Alien Podcast

"I don't know it part of this could see where where these two twelve year old girls i mean there with any twelve you're older they're deep in there in this world that they've created for themselves to their deep in their imagination but at some point they should have come out of it but they didn't another going through some of this is a necessary videos or whatnot that she saved i'm guessing this is social media programs forget what it is she's taking a lot of tests are you social pass she she had a video about a cat eating mouse that somebody somebody fed a cat mouse showing some selfdefense classes a lot of this stuff is typical stop for the time at this age i may have looked like some of the stuff that she did but i don't know why psychopath good question felt like i should feed my cat mouse but i never did although i did feel life mice to the snake harry go finally mrs mum were almost an hour forty five minutes into this in his mom find the talks okay fifth grade son who's going to be getting an ipad and now he's all worried about it they were talking about oh she had the ipad i regretted giving it to her 'cause it it it helped her not connect with the family and that's a feeling of the parents the parents are supposed to be all like lucky put it away let's go kind of thing.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on NVus Alien Podcast

NVus Alien Podcast

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on NVus Alien Podcast

"It did happen any years ago there fifteen years old now it happened when they were twelve so happened three years ago what happened was two twelve year old preteens were convinced or so they say that through creepy pasta they were convinced that is what is creepy pasta creepy pasta is a form for sharing fan fiction in our fiction pam collins okay so it was popular and phoebe pasta completely fictional supposedly they were convinced that slender men was real and that he would kill their family and also let them live in his mansion in be his slaves if they were to murder their twelve year old friends that they wanted the murder people so they could be slave yes that is the story that's why i am convinced that their family life must not be so excellent his they wanted to be slaved but in a pension i mean it wasn't a mansion i mean that might be a step up but i mean right what does a slender offer you when you become one of his his mansions lays that was never specified exactly they were very in bigamous in these articles in the media and they often change their story the earlier articles pointed out that the girls wanted to live with slender men in his mansion in then as instagram i notice the media flipped their switch and it focused entirely on them thinking that slender mun killer family if they didn't kill their friend i thought that was very interesting because it went from we know what we're doing and we wanna do this because we'd love to live with this creepy monster that found us is to capture us in the woods to oh no if i didn't kill hike friend that my family would die which are two completely different motives.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

Comedy Bang Bang

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang

"Wild out it's a hip hop themed improv i can't believe you have in caught it great cast members on that taryn kill him taryn kill day a lot of people when john gabor's long island's favorite comedian besides alec baldwin so trump sold talk about this forever come on i'm just so happy so happy he gets to do comedy to me too that's where it's about well congratulations on dip in your things thanks i just wish i had a dad talk to about it what do you need to say to a day if you had a dad here in front of you what would you talk about i just feel like member first time you your bows and pink walls memorable good fall on stuff i think that is good forget you're one of good people felt bad feels good when you when they pop out right when you pull them out yeah it went like actually like because there's so tiny that also makes yeah so if you have a by the way if you have tom hanks dick on with two twelve year old boy balls underneath it that's a fuck in ama right there because you know it's all based on perspect right small potatoes look bigger yeah you're the same on the same way i well it's it's hard for me because my balls are really small but show is my dick if i had big balls my dick would look even smaller i'm sorry sir.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Listening to prison for children what are your thoughts on the sentences for the slender man attackers i'm not familiar with the what they actually were sentenced to i believe one of the young journalists sentenced to forty years at a psychiatric institution and other one was sentenced to think to twenty five years in prison a muchum at that but i'm assuming the the listener is asking about this at the sentence a forty years um a maximum forty years and psychiatric institution uh i don't i don't really know what to think about this it is a maximum sentence is not a hard vast sentence it may be is a good thing that she's being sentenced to a psychiatric institution and not prison because that's probably where she likely belongs um i just don't know i i don't know enough actually about you know cases like this in which in and be interesting me colonise us more about this in which um sentences are it a case like this for example which he serves some time here than maybe be moved to a prison if they felt like she was doing better or if she got healthier mentally would they release her how does this work colin dino i'm not too familiar with this at the slender man my understanding is these two 12yearold girls near this sort of internet medium slender manages this fictional supernatural guidelines these two twelve year olds use ms inspiration in stabbed there are other twelve year old friend in they had a variety of mental health issues and typically the way it would work is if they're found not guilty by reason of insanity there are sent to a mental institution they are treated and they're treated until they're no longer a threat to themselves or others and at that point the person can be released i'm not add sort of sierra pacific a quick search to see that the one that's got.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tragic story of two twelve year old girl was raped by rich and powerful middle aged men at a hotel in a sleepy seaside town i event that destroys the lives of all those involved the director who also wrote the script was inspired by a real event that took place in china banking 2017 in june that year a headteacher of a school in hainan province took six pupils to a local hotel where he raped them he was later given asserting and a half year prison sentence i applaud the film directors courage in tackling such a sensitive topic because i was also sexually abused as a child a teacher at my score molested men in girls myself included under the pretence of checking my work he will depend over me his face so close that i could smell his colleague breath as his hand would go under my shirt to feel my chest i would just sit there petrified wing him to go away even today when i think about him i can still recall he smell and fail repaired by it yet i was one of the lakio once his men target left a school because of his views the rest of oscar us heaved a collective sigh of relief when we were low longer taught by him but we didn't do anything there was nothing we could do we didn't even know of the term sexual abuse since my childhood china has made a great leap forward economically and the society has also opened up tremendously yet sex education hardly exists at school and children really learn the facts of life at home in the cinema my heart eight why i watched the girls confused and passive expression on screen in the aftermath of the rape the obviously didn't understand what has just happened to them instead of a graphic details of violence the film focuses on the challenges of the criminal investigation in china the majority of children hov being sexually abused don't report their case things fighting the legal battle it's extremely hard the price meant to the perpetrator lenient and financial compensation for the survivors very low worse still their families are often stigmatized pecking 2013 the the hina had teacher scandal caused a public outcry in its wake china's central government you shoot sex abuse prevention guidelines as well as legal guidelines heavier sentences i now sought for offenses committed by teachers health workers or other officials who are responsible for eighty creating or protecting in children.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"And sleeping over in the museum at night and that's been a recurring theme in in certain films and in kids stories in novels and uh and that becomes a the setting the brings these two kids together albeit with this 50year divide i am speaking with todd haines the director behind wonders truck which is a filmed the tells the story of two twelve year olds separated by fifty years but kinda joined by their pasts you had to put your vision into the hands of her young actors here what what surprised you the most about working with the young people in this film i think really what surprise me about working with these kids is how little different it was really a from at working with with adults it's definitely true that we cast some extremely bright and precocious in in curious kids who took their their their jobs in their characters and the story very very seriously in an and we're very generous with their ideas and there were really three into it you know but i also think it's true about this age uh this aides of around twelve years old which all three of the central characters in the movie rose in the blackandwhite story bannon uh color story than a little boy he meets in the museum of natural history jamie they're all about twelve and it's this kind of amazing time and i can speak maybe more as from for boys than than women but because puberty has not hit yet and you there is a clarity of vision there's a sort of wisdom about the world that is pretty remarkable and one might argue we never really accede in la have going on for various reasons militant simmons who plays roche she's death she is deft and wonder struck of their first film role yet how did you find her well it started with just the conviction and the kind of wish you know that we could find a death kid to play this central role.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:50 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Go after going after lawabiding gun owners seems to me eight from men this waste of resources animists guided priority uh in terms of the steven patrick it's it's unclear to me how anybody believes that some kind of additional regulation would have prevented him from doing this heinous act nichols i appreciate your call uh let's go quickly to petr in columbus ohio you're on the michael medved show michael on a big fan of yours thank you i would go for anyone in your car from one about evil verse hike arctic uh episodes experience her and i think uh in the bible a couple of times you know we don't viral again creek oregon glass but again virtual fourcrew principalities empowers them yeah and i think i think uh if we do own dribbler work again evil can gevorkian work out a little by little on and off with having a field day with like you know in this case and i think even remember cared can turn into a little look at via can be uh f rida warrant mb turn into your immune evil okay look there are examples of that all around us they have these two twelve year olds in wisconsin in this horrible slender man case these are two little girls who stabbed a classmate to death any horribly brew italy because they believed in this sciencefiction stupidity about the slender man that they had to kill another girl and they are now i i it's a it's their their punishment their incarceration even though clearly it was psychotic is a is is fairly serious and i eat your your completely correct no one is immune to this now is part of what happened here connected to those bad influences let me just read you this a terrific piece in the washington post with about five reporters attached to it all the reporting we have so far on the gunman steven paddock and it says the gunman steven paddock was living out his retirement as a highstakes professional gambler in a quiet town outside las vegas paddock sixty four would disappear for days at a time frequenting casinos with his longtime girlfriend neighbors said relatives also said paddock had been living out his retirement years visiting las vegas to gamble and taken concerts eric paddock said his brother often gambled.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on WGTK

"Those people should never have weapons i don't think anyone who's here in this country illegally without document tension should have access to a weapon and i i don't think the dead people with criminal records or involved in criminal enterprises should have weapons but the idea that we should divert law enforcement resources from going after criminals to go after going after lawabiding gun owner ars seems to me a tremendous waste of resources and a misguided priority in in terms of the steven patrick it's it's unclear to me how anybody believes that some kind of additional regulation would have prevented him from doing this heinous act nichols i appreciate your call uh let's go quickly to petr in columbus ohio you're on the michael medved show michael uh i'm a big fan of yours thank you i i would go fending when you're talking to someone about uh uh evil verse hers uh psychotic uh episodes experience and i think uh in the bible a couple of times of new you know we don't viral again gordon glass bergen spiritual corker principalities empowers them yeah and i think i think uh we'd own active lawyer work again the evil karen grachev or can work at a low by a little on and up with having a field day with our flight you know in this day and i think even little what cared can turn into a little kid can be ah can be uh f we need a warrant can be turned into uh just a mean evil okay look there are examples of that all around us they have these two twelve year olds in wisconsin in this horrible slender man case these are two little girls who stabbed a classmate to death any horribly brutally because they believed in this sciencefiction stupidity about the slender man that they had to kill another girl and they are now i i it's a it's their their punishment their incarceration even though clearly it was psychotic is is is fairly serious and i eat your your completely correct no one is immune to this now is part of what happened here connected to those bad influences let me just read you there's a terrific piece in.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

WIND 560 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

"Weapons i don't think anyone who's here in this country illegally without documentation should have access to a weapon and i i don't think the dead people with criminal records or involving criminal enterprises should have weapons but the idea that we should divert law enforcement resources from going after criminals to go after going after lawabiding gun owners seems to me eight from men's us waste of resources anna misguided priority uh in terms of the steven patrick it's it's unclear to me how anybody believes that some kind of additional regulation would have prevented him from doing this heinous act nichols i appreciate your call a let's go quickly to petr in columbus ohio you're on the michael medved show michael moore big fan of yours thank you are you i were gro printing when your car can become one of barca uh eagle river occurred heart arteries uh episodes experience and i think uh in the bible a couple of times you know we don't viral hooligan oregon bargain spiritual corker the principality's empowers them yeah and i think i think our own active lawyer work again do evil karen grachev or can work at our global by a little end up with having a field day without like you know indicated and i think even a little occurred can turn into looked at bir mbr we need a can be turned into a stem union evil okay look there are examples of that all around us they have these two twelve year olds in wisconsin in this horrible slender man case these are two little girls who stabbed a classmate to death.

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"two twelve year" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"two twelve year" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Should concentrate on that those people should never have weapons i don't think anyone who's here in this country illegally without documentation should have access to a weapon and i i don't think that people with criminal records or involved in criminal enterprises should have weapons but the idea that we should divert law enforcement resources from going after kremon analysts to go after going after lawabiding gun owners seems to me a tremendous waste of resources and a misguided priority uh in terms of the steven patrick it's it's unclear to me how anybody believes that some kind of additional regulation would have prevented him from doing this heinous act nichols i appreciate your call uh let's go quickly to petr in columbus ohio you're on the michael medved show michael on a big fan of yours thank you you i was listening when you were talking to someone about uh uh evil verse her hike arctic uh episodes experience her and i think uh in the bible a couple of times of need you know we don't morgan creek oregon glass but against virtual fourcrew principalities empowers them yeah and i think i think if we do own active lawyer work again the evil karyn good governor can work at a little by little on and up with having a field day with her like you know in the day and i think even remember cared can turn into a little kid can via can be uh credo warren can be turned into a your immune evil okay look there are examples of that all around us they have these two twelve year olds in wisconsin in this horrible slender man case these are two little girls who stabbed a classmate to death any horribly brutally because they believed in this sciencefiction stupidity about the slender man that they had to kill another girl and they are now i i it's a it's their their punishment their incarceration even though clearly it was safe cotti is is is fairly serious and i eat your your completely correct no one is immune to this now is part of what happened here a connected to those bad influences let me just read you there's a terrific piece in.

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