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"william jeffrey" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

04:44 min | Last month

"william jeffrey" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Where, Okay, thank your political God. I think there are slash safety. They're absolutely perfect. But they are. Thanks. Have a great day. Everybody. I may not be the smartest person in the world or in this room, even but I do know enough if I'm going to call and leave a message. I turned my radio doubt. I would say an honestly, I would say you probably are the smartest person in this room. You can have a Joe Biden moment. It's just me and you in the room valley, you and I should say, Um, yeah, I mean, the nurses. This thing is just we We get that we get that a lot, so don't worry about it. Let's also play cut. Three, please. Okay, So how are we? Here's the best part about this is you actually pay somebody to listen to me Call you just to say the human we are now there's a guy who's not going to be affected by the millionaire stacks. Yeah. I have a feeling even if it goes down to $50,000 a year makes you a millionaire in Massachusetts. He's still not going to be paying at the higher rate or in ever at any rate. For that matter. How are you tweeted out this story of the Dorchester man accused of raping a woman on the ferry from Martha's Vineyard, Dorchester man who turns out to be a Cape Bernie, an illegal alien, right? So So you added in, um, that he's an illegal immigrant and this man wrote back. The crime rate among illegal immigrants is much lower than among the Legally section population right. Illegals work long, hard hours, leaving little time for misbehaving. But Howie Carr is a racist, so he searches for such stories and eagerly post them. Why am I a racist? I don't know What race that guy as I just know he's in the country illegally. If anything, that man is a little bit racist for assuming his race based off his status right. He is how the tables have turned. He is, uh he's did he make bail or not? We don't know the way that we got to check that out. Um, how we I wrote a story. Mainstream media hypocrites really outdid themselves last week. You guys can check that out as well at the Boston Herald. I managed to get in. Brian Williams, Jeffrey Toobin, Joy Reid all of the really heavy hitters this week and this person, Justin wrote one article a week for Gracie, and this pathetic column is the best she can do. Actually, I actually quite like my calm, But maybe that's because I'm a nurse wasn't it was good. It was a good column. How are you tweeted out a picture of you wearing your follow the science ditch the Mask T shirt and this person says, speaking of fashion. You could always try wearing your pants on backwards like Trump did. And then this person killed, live fake. There's no no news to fake no lie too big. This person wrote what a tool bag o and then by the way, when you tweeted out the statement from Donald J. Trump and you wrote quote unquote, Tony This person, Stephen wrote back. Not sure who's dumber Trump or his supporters. How can anyone support such a vile, moronic pig? And and what did he say in his tweet? That was wrong about Fauci? That Howie is a question that I cannot answer my friend. Hate mail Monday. One more time is brought to you by Pantano's E baking company Celebrating over 100. Years of baking. Excellent 1916. The Cape Verdean mom have anything to say about him, by the way. He's a good boy. Very good boy. Yeah. 617. None of the haters pay tax. All the taxpayers have left for Florida. Well, some of us just have one ft out the door. But by the time the millionaire's tax goes into effect on everybody making over 50,000 bucks will all be gone. We started you started with one black toe out the door, and now you're officially one ft. You're close, though. That's right. Still leaving forever? That's right. You know what Here's the Here's the Here's. Here's the situation with me Now I can't apply to steal a world you just license plate anymore. What do you mean, steal? That's right. You mean win when that's right, because I don't have a car or a driver's license registered in Taxachusetts any longer. Now, next. So now you're now you're fessing up about the license. Next is going to be the brown acceptance. No, I'm meeting on that one. That shoe to drop. I'm gonna I'm gonna look tonight for the brown the brown letter. Okay. You keep looking for the postcard. I don't have the letter of the letters. God, I got a postcard, though, saying you better send us the 50 bucks away or we're not going to reserve your spot, okay? Thank you, Grace. Thanks. Summer is a time for.

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"The views thoughts and opinions expressed during this or any broadcasts belong solely to our guests or our hosts, please broadcast do not represent or reflect the views of their employer sponsors or Affiliated organizations. Welcome to the Flipboard edu podcast with your host William Jeffrey's where we collaborate communicate and educate with the greatest Educators in the world on Flipboard. Let's start the show. Welcome back flip more fam. This is your favorite coach Coach Jeff and all today show. We speak with partner and motivational speaker. Nikki Spears song. Nicki was the car the principal who expected the best from everyone on her campus including herself. That sounds like a cliche but Nicky walked the talk when he came to town brewing a high-performance Elementary School campus, she was masterful and creating a positive School climate and inspiring excellence and teachers and students by regular celebrating student achievement Nikki and body positivity excellence and a growth mindset way before I knew was a.

"william jeffrey" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

02:06 min | 10 months ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"The views thoughts and opinions expressed during this or any broadcasts belong solely to our guests or our hosts, please broadcast do not represent not reflect the views of their employer sponsors or Affiliated organizations. Welcome to the Flipboard edu podcast with your host William Jeffrey's where we collaborate communicate and educate with a greatest Educators in the world on Flipboard. Let's start the show. Welcome back football fan. This is your favorite coach closes Jeffrey. I have the fortune of work with 90,000 people throughout my career. And one of the things out for me. It's patients Edwards. There was a fresh vibrant third grade teacher when I met her at that time. She was one of the best teachers I had ever seen charismatic wage. Well organized and eager to learn anything that would change the lives of her students and this Dynamic young educator excelled in the classroom bad thing..

"william jeffrey" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Review thoughts and opinions expressed during this or any broadcasts belong solely to our guests or our hosts, please broadcast do not represent reflect the views of their employer sponsors or Affiliated organizations. Welcome to the Flipboard say you podcast with your host William Jeffrey's where we collaborate communicate and educate with the greatest Educators in the world on Flipboard. Let's start the show off. Welcome back flip boy fam. This is your favorite Coast.

"william jeffrey" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Would not have even if it wasn't for that same friend refers Davis, I saw refunds and Oh my God despera- frauds and I went up and. Hello Frost are you as she? She asked me she was like, do you blog I was like She's like, do you blow and I never considered it and has she not been that in my head I would not be right here talking to you today. Is Phenomenal. Animated People I've ever met his yes you guys are amazing and. I. I really WANNA. Just you know just look at the fact like a talked about Kobe era I talked about the struggle, but they are teachers struggling right now who are new. Start like Serotonin start off like a William. Jeffrey. What advice would you give that teacher? man they. Were I would recommend. Stability Network I'm paraphrasing friend villager network before you need it. Because goes people will have your back like on the good days on the bad days they would cheer for you when when you need it, they will pick you up when you need it. But but you know building that network making it as global as possible and getting to know people beyond just service level just really getting to know them as people like you know there's some folks that I probably will never meet in life i. hope that we did a chance. To meet. But face to face we might not be able to make because we're on two different sides of the but you know we are such good friends if we ever did meet then it would feel like this was somebody that grew up with their something that we're reconnecting. You know. So I would say using social media where they already are a lot of people are on facebook. There's so many groups that are popping up left and right right now as a response. You, know what we are dealing with this Sunday have been there for a while well, but I'm really starting see people flock to these groups that are just kind of starting up as a response to pandemic people are building their connection on twitter. You know twitter's where I got my start. There's so many people on their social media plan every major ones there's some kind of educator present south they look for them wherever wherever listeners. Just. Go ahead and look the educator wherever you want. And you said, you have a podcast which I've been a guest new podcast several times actually twice but So you have your podcast and what else do you guys do? We have our book, Edge. Match Publishing Dot.

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

21:34 min | 1 year ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"The. Views thoughts and opinions expressed during this or any broadcasts belong solely to our guests for our hosts, speech broadcasts do not represent reflect the views of their employer's sponsors or affiliated organizations. Welcome to the. Flip Bore Edu cast your host William Jeffrey where we collaborate, communicate and educate with the greatest educators in the world on clipboard war. Let's start the show. ooh Off Libor Fan this is your favorite host goes Jeffrey and I'm here with.

"william jeffrey" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on The Takeaway

"And readiness and to support US government efforts to save lives reduce human suffering and slow the spread of infection. Now we've seen the flyovers by the Air Force Thunderbirds and Navy. Blue Angels to thank the frontline heroes the deployment of Naval Hospital ships to California and New York to handle patients spillover from their overburdened hospitals and the deployment of more than forty thousand National Guard members to help states battle the virus. Now those deployments face a hard stop on June twenty-fourth according to the trump administration that leaves the guard members with an eighty nine day deployment. Just one day shy of the ninety day mark that would make them eligible for early retirement and post nine eleven. Gi Bill Benefits. We will assess all of this with two people. William Arkan an army veteran journalist and author of more than a dozen books on the military and Geoffrey corn professor of law at South Texas College of Law Houston and retired. Army lieutenant colonel. Hello William Jeffrey. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me and thank you also and bill. I'm curious really in the event of a pandemic or large public health crisis. What is the military supposed to do? And what have they been doing right now? Well the entire paradigm of emergency response sort of been turned on its head as a result of CORONA VIRUS. The paradigm that we've been operating with really since nine eleven is that a disaster occurs some place and assistance comes in from the outside the military mobilizes resources and they come from the outside to assist in civil government and civil response of course with Corona virus. There is no outside so we we've had to turn the entire paradigm of response on its head not just civil response but also the military response so I would say that in Corona virus that the paradigm for pandemic response has really been just thrown out the window. This war plan. If you will didn't survive contact with the enemy as they say and Jeffrey can you? Maybe tell the between how the National Guard is supposed to function in a moment like this compared to say other branches. I will say out of the gate that I don't completely agree with the paradigm being completely flipped on. Its head. As a matter of fact I think in some ways the Domestic Emergency Response Paradigm involving. The military has been pretty effective to date. And what I mean by. That is the expectation that there's a crisis in the state that challenges the State Authority then the National Guard which is under the authority of the state governor. Unless it's been put into federal service by the president will be the first military entity that will be called out to assist civil authorities. I think where I agree with. Bill is that that paradigm normally functions in a state or regional basis. So for example where I live in Houston during Hurricane Harvey. The governor called out the National Guard and he could rely on other states to send support from their national guard to bolster that response. What we have here is a national emergency. This is unprecedented in recent history. So you've got this odd situation where you have state governors calling up their national guard. Units and those units are not necessarily sufficient to meet the crisis so they then have to go through. Fema ASK FEMA to get federal military forces to help them and the federal forces have to come through an order of through the Department of Defence which is normally coordinated by FEMA. I mean have we seen anything comparable to this in the past? I take your point Jeffrey. That this this is different. Because it's unfolding in a national way very differently than sort of state centered responses. Is there anything comparable in history that we can look at? And maybe learn from in terms of military response. Well I mean I think that the closest thing we would have to this would be immediate aftermath of nine eleven where it was perceived as an attack on the nation and therefore it was predominantly a a homeland defense mission. Initially but generally I would say no. I think that this is really unique because the emergency is challenging so many states at the same time. And we've seen this in the news. There are incidents in history. Where a state get so overwhelmed by civil disturbance for example that they have to go to the federal government and ask for assistance from federal military forces. That's very rare because federal military forces are prohibited by law from participating in law enforcement unless the president votes a law. Call the insurrection. At the last time that happened was in response to the Los Angeles. Riots following the Rodney King Verdict in one thousand nine hundred ninety two. So it's very uncommon for the federal forces to be used to support the state in a law enforcement function. It's much more common for federal forces to provide kind of humanitarian assistance. To help mitigate a disaster or an emergency because in that capacity they're not enforcing law bill in Congress. I understand that. Lawmakers are currently negotiating. What the next Corona virus relief package might look like and I understand. The Pentagon has requested funds. Does it look like we will be increasing our military spending during this pandemic? It's really difficult to Discuss the military on Memorial Day and be critical. There's some danger involved both in sounding unpatriotic and disrespectful of those who do serve. But we should look at the facts of what happened here in Corona virus at no time. Despite this national crisis did the military mobilized more than sixty two thousand people and sixty two thousand sounds like a lot and in fact it is a lot but we should also remind ourselves that on nine eleven in response to those attacks in Washington and New York that the National Guard mobilized the same number of people in fact November twentieth. Two Thousand and one the National Guard and Reserves Mobilization peaked at fifty seven thousand. Almost exactly the same as the peak during corona virus. Now why do I say all of this? Because it's important for us to recognize that the military is an augmenting institution. It's not the primary responder and it shouldn't be the primary responder that one of the reasons why the military is limited in what it can do and how much it can mobilize is that. It's not configured for civil response these are mostly eighteen year olds with guns and people who are have the mission of defending the country and fighting the nation's wars and so rather than looking to the military and saying kind of blindly that they did a great job in corona virus. And we should give them more money. I think it's really a more of a lesson of how we need to build up our civil health and public health capacities that that. There's only so much that the military can contribute so let's talk about one aspect layer of healthcare capacity and maybe Geoffrey. You can speak to this. There was some controversy over the naval ships that docked in California and New York to handle patient overflow from hospitals. Some people pointed out that it didn't seem like those ships really handled as many cova patients as they should have. Tell us what you know about that. Yeah first off. I couldn't agree more with bill that there's a general public. I guess. Misunderstanding of what the military is when this began. I heard mayors and governors saying. Get the military in here. Get the military in here. I mean an armored division or a mechanized infantry battalion is not going to do much to help you when you're trying to provide medical care and the military doesn't have an endless supply of indigenous medical capability what they have is the ability to deploy medical resources very quickly and get them set up very quickly but they are very carefully tailored to the needs of the force. Meaning you know if there's a combat support hospital like the TV show Mash. There's a mobile combat support. Hospital hospital is designated to provide medical support to the troops in the field during a war and When the hospital ships were sent to to New York and Los Angeles I think people have to recognize that for Pentagon planners the world is a very unpredictable place. And we don't know what's coming down the road a week from now or two weeks from now we've learned this through history and those ships might necessarily have to be diverted very quickly to support the combat forces there principally tasked to provide medical care to so my reaction. When I saw that the ship in New York was not taking Cova D- patients that it was being used for non. Kobe treatment to free up resources in the civilian hospitals for Covid was not that that was a failure to me that was logical because the last thing that the ODI except would be the idea that suddenly an emergency arose somewhere. The ship had to deploy to provide medical support and half of the ship's crew had been exposed to corona virus. So it's very difficult balance.

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"He can he can go make plays in coverage. He can also create after the catch. He's he can help in the return game. If you wanna use them that way, he did have the injury in two thousand seventeen and the only considerable knock on him. Is it took him a long time to get healthy and to get back in shape? And I think there are questions about, you know, what's the motivation there, or is he going to come in and get more money and more free time and more fame than he's ever had. And all of a sudden, maybe not work at it. The way we need them to work at it. But if you're comfortable with that aspect, I think he's one of the best. Three or four wide receivers in this class and everyday practice. He was the best player on the field, and those kind of tell it practices. You know, there's always a six seven eight guys that at the end of the week. You're like those are the those are the best players there. That's why it's so so good for scouting is. Because it's just they're just obvious to you at the end of the week. He was one of them. I would say one on the top two or three overall players. And clearly the best offensive skill player there. We're talking to Todd mcshay ESPN NFL draft analyst didn't studio. Golic and wingo. Jason Fitz in for tray with Mike Golic junior. So you've got right now Dwayne Haskins is your top quarterback off the board to number six overall to the giants, which is I guess to me as I look at this quarterback class as difficult as might be. If the giants called you and said, all right? You have to stick your entire professional reputation on a quarterback this year. Would you really be willing to do that for twain Haskins of all people from this class? Yes. Okay. Yeah. Because I think he's the most pure pocket passer in this class, and he can throw guy. Is open. And what I liked about him was that he he got better as the season progress. I know is only one year of experiences one year starter, but you get the same with Tyler Murray, and we've seen Mitch Trubisky hasn't been great. But he's been good enough as a starter coming off a thirteen starts with Murray. And and with Haskins you fourteen starts, and he got like, I said, you know, the Penn State game he kinda struggled, but he found a way to to rally them back then late in the year. Michigan the rival the big ten championship against north western really good coach defensive team. So it was Michigan. They played a lot of man coverage northwestern through a lot of different looks at them. And then the bowl game they go face a Washington defensive because he's going to have six or seven guys drafted this year with an unbelievable defensive backfield. And he carved all three teams up, and that that to me was impressive and just showed on the progress that we're we're seeing from him. So with the standing the giants, obviously are in the quarterback need what I can't wrap. My head around is how confident are you that Dwayne Haskins is actually a franchise caliber. Quarterback. I think he can be. You know, it's fifty fifty on four sit with a lot of these guys. And it's it's sad to say that for all the tape study and all the investigations and all the medical that you that everyone does to only be around. Maybe maybe sixty forty it's getting better in the first round. If you go back and look in the last five six years, a lot of young quarterbacks are making it in the NFL and having success, but bottom line is if I had to Bank on one of these guys, I think Haskins is the guy, and I I think it's going to be interesting because you've got first of all the raiders at four don't ever count Jon Gruden out of his Huby ADD is I keep calling it going to fight again. The jaguars. They're sitting at seven. So we've seen teams move up the last three years for just about every first round quarterback. Taken wouldn't surprise me. If Jacksonville tried to move up. What about the Broncos content? Ryan Cincinnati at eleven Miami at thirteen it's going to be interesting to see because you've got five teams right off the bat clothing, your raiders in this scenario that that don't definitively need quarterback. And so I think there could be some movement team trying to get out knowing that hey, I can go get a darn good defensive lineman three four seven picks later rather than staying here. Just getting one pick going to the D Lima. We're talking to Todd mcshay about his mock to draft, and what's still be a number more. So we'll see some changing. But one thing I think it's going to remain constant there's going to be a lotta Di Lyman in the first round right now, you have thirteen so say it's still around there. When can you think of where a last time a first round has been this deep with D lineman. This good. I was saying I looked it up and it was. Before my time. Go back in kind of revisionist history at this point. But I I can't remember in twenty years of doing this going into a draft thinking that there's this much depth in this much talent. And it's to me. I mean, you you start to Jerry Tillery from Notre Dame. You you can get him late in the first early in the second. I mean, he's a he's a difference maker and a big time playmaker. Gerald Willis was one of the best defensive tackles in the country this year, he had the you know, the off the field issues just one year at Miami. After transferring from Florida, but you could get him late in the first early in the second. So I I think that's where you're going to cash in on this class is in that, you know, from pick twenty through the second round just because there's so many quality players that usually would be bumped up probably into the mid first round range. I think one name that's super interesting in the de Lyon class just because of where he was little over a year ago this time to now, and there is obviously some complicated things with him in his coach this season at Houston. But Ed Oliver is a guy who amongst this line class was the outland trophy winner a year ago. And now this year, you know, you have him down at this point at number fourteen going to the foul Cowan's, but behind Nick Bosa, Josh Allen, Quinton Williams. Jeffrey Simmons from Mississippi State. How much is the perception about him changed in a year's time? And what's driven it? I think I think two things one it's the size. I think is scouts went in and got actual size on him. He looked like he's a to ninety guy like an Aaron Donald type sides not saying he's Aaron Donald he's not. But he looks like he's got that frame. But then they went in. He was to seventy two and there's talk that he really struggles to keep weight on. So you know, how hard it is to play in the interior trenches at that size. How many snaps are you're gonna get out of him. If we can't bulk them up and get him stronger without losing that quickness. And the other thing is he is disruptive. He's great versus the run. He will he will cause a lot of problems for quarterbacks. But he's not a great finisher. Aaron Donald was always an elite finisher. He's break with his hands. He would get off of blocks. He would locate the ball quicker, and he would. Find a way to finish. And he still does. That's what he's always done and the more tape. I study of all over the less. I see of of that aspect of it. So to me, he's still a great football player. But you gotta find the right fit found the falcons make sense. If Greg Jarrett doesn't resign if Grady Jarrett resigns, and they made need a Dexter Lawrence. The undersides of the smaller quicker. One gap tight guy. We're talking to top mcshea, you can take up mock draft two point. Oh, by the way, right now. Available on ESPN dot com. So much conversation from all three of you about the depth on the defensive line in this draft, particularly so how much separation is there between the guys that you have sitting one through five versus the guys that you have sitting near the middle of the bottom of the first round for teams that are thinking about trading down. I think I think Nick Bosa from Ohio State or Sean Gerry you can look at the lack of production. But he he's a physical freak coming out of Michigan. He's gonna run like the four five to two hundred and eighty pounds. You can do something with that in the NFL corden Williams is the merged as one of the best defensive lineman one the best defensive players in the country coming out of Alabama this year, and then Jeffrey Simmons who has character baggage. But if you're just talking on the field football player, he's one of the best four or five players in this year's draft. After that, I think there is a little bit of a drop off when you start to get to the three Clemson guys talking about Cleveland, Farrell and Dexter Lawrence. And kristen. Wilkins at Oliver. I think is you know, they're close. But I think there is a drop off in those are the guys that you would really want to target at the top on the other side of the ball. Sorry to do this to you might put the old line doesn't seem to have very very much quality depth this year. Now, it's it's not a group. I mean, Joan Williams is a really good player. He's been consistent. He was a starter for Alabama at right tackle early in his career right away right away as a freshman moved over to left tackle. I think he's probably a right tackle, maybe a guard in the NFL, but he's probably the most complete reliable offensive lineman in this group. John Taylor Taylor's, the interesting one he he finally played more consistently this year at Florida, he's he can be dominant, but he also has been up and down a little bit. And then you go you go beyond that. And Cody Ford is just a big physical, right tackle. I think he's going to be a first round pick. But some guys have you know, some scouts have talked to them in the second round. So there's not a guy in this year's class where you look at and say, you know, he's a plug and play elite left tackle that. We feel great. Using a top five pick on. Yeah. Not always good. When you get down to the second or third is one of the biggest moves I saw from mock draft one point outside of you know, the quarterback's at that point. You just Justin Herbert was still in play. Right. Because we didn't know if he was staying or going from Oregon, but see Greg little out of all mess who is a name. I know was super popular nastier as well talked about pretty highly. And now I looked at mock draft two point, oh, he goes dramatic fourteenth in your first mock draft to now off the first round board in this one. So that much movement for a player, we know is supremely talented. He is he's he's tall. He's well put together he's long athletic. So what's missing when I've watched the tape from this year compared to last year? I thought he would get better with his hands and become more consistent pass pro with with his hands. And I was hoping to see more of a glass eater someone who's who's gonna finish. And have that toughness, and I just didn't see it on this tape. So to me, he's he's more of a guy in the second round. You're gonna take chance on a guy that you can develop them when it gets the NFL. He's gonna wanna play in. Bring a little bit more nastiness. But you don't wanna use a first round pick and utilize that investment on a guy. You're just not sure is going to be as big of an impact player as you need them to be tied before we let you go. And obviously, everyone can check out the mock draft two point. Oh, and and and and check out the podcast with you. And Mel, but always fascinating, I think in this process, especially for a lot of people coming into it for the first time a small school guide. It's gonna flash for a lot of people someone who wasn't playing in the college football playoff or even a a one a one a major prospect guy that we can expect to see and hear more about in the coming months there..

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"Whoa wait another episode of ours to the Person. By name is William. Jeffrey and I'm here with my lustrous hosts we'll see good. Morning will not think you. Kinda you saw yourself a little short. I know him they call you. They'll amazing and NAMIC. Mr William Jefferies. Good morning we allow you to call myself amazing man. This is good. This is the kitchen up. Section of our podcast busy. Yeah a little bit. We'll have a little bit man. I have just been blessed also over the past few months. I've had a few items that I can check. Check out my bucket list. That have occurred recently published an article along with my college dean. Dr Poets Texas Attack Lillian Read Texas. Southern University published an article in school leadership review actually was an article from my dissertation. And so that was in the summer twenty eighteen episode of school leadership review also UNM. I wrote an article in Edgy. Engine match calm down there you go. Yeah for sure mine. Also and also so we published an article parole involvement leaving no CIA behind does eighteen so once in a big shoutout to Sarah Families. Yeah for twenty one of the authors that are in there and I think we get these office on the show absolutely. That sounds by chapters. That's great again. Thanks Sarah for providing us with that that platform for being able to get out writings out there and something. I'm also very excited by being honored by my my university Texas Southern University where I received my doctorate degree there on me as one of their outstanding educators for two thousand eighteen. Wow so yeah. We'll be free. Say That we'll but it is. Shula honored to be acknowledged for the work that that I've done in past years. We're trying to help promote growth in teachers educators and students yes the USO correct ave our received an award from the public schools array right. That was an amazing feat for me because I don't work in the Houston is era. He more act award was renamed. Arousal district getting that award and parents see. I believe that's when you know that you work is is appreciate in and acknowledged when you don't you're not even there anymore and you've left so you left a legacy and they're just ignored you for that. So that when you know that your work is meaningful. I believe pretty amazing deal here. So let's year to our topic neck semi saying we're GonNa talk about Cross Major. Sounds good.

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"Whoa wait another episode of ours to the Person. By name is William. Jeffrey and I'm here with my lustrous hosts we'll see good. Morning will not think you. Kinda you saw yourself a little short. I know him they call you. They'll amazing and NAMIC. Mr William Jefferies. Good morning we allow you to call myself amazing man. This is good. This is the kitchen up. Section of our podcast busy. Yeah a little bit. We'll have a little bit man. I have just been blessed also over the past few months. I've had a few items that I can check. Check out my bucket list. That have occurred recently published an article along with my college dean. Dr Poets Texas Attack Lillian Read Texas. Southern University published an article in school leadership review actually was an article from my dissertation. And so that was in the summer twenty eighteen episode of school leadership review also UNM. I wrote an article in Edgy. Engine match calm down there you go. Yeah for sure mine. Also and also so we published an article parole involvement leaving no CIA behind does eighteen so once in a big shoutout to Sarah Families. Yeah for twenty one of the authors that are in there and I think we get these office on the show absolutely. That sounds by chapters. That's great again. Thanks Sarah for providing us with that that platform for being able to get out writings out there and something. I'm also very excited by being honored by my my university Texas Southern University where I received my doctorate degree there on me as one of their outstanding educators for two thousand eighteen. Wow so yeah. We'll be free. Say That we'll but it is. Shula honored to be acknowledged for the work that that I've done in past years. We're trying to help promote growth in teachers educators and students yes the USO correct ave our received an award from the public schools array right. That was an amazing feat for me because I don't work in the Houston is era. He more act award was renamed. Arousal district getting that award and parents see. I believe that's when you know that you work is is appreciate in and acknowledged when you don't you're not even there anymore and you've left so you left a legacy and they're just ignored you for that. So that when you know that your work is meaningful. I believe pretty amazing deal here. So let's year to our topic neck semi saying we're GonNa talk about Cross Major. Sounds good.

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Dan over Seth Carolina Penn State beating Ohio State twenty seven to fourteen and the huskies all over the Cougars thirty five to nothing as they start the fourth quarter LSU twenty eight to three over ole miss. Thank you. Tommy good to have you with us. You know, Benjamin another huge hole Benjamin to the thirty five forty Benjamin across the forty five out to the forty six yard line for a gain of twenty one. Jim I mean at some point someone we saw a little bit in the last series. The beavers got a little pressure on Wilkins. But once again at the point of attack, there just doesn't seem to be enough bodies home. I tand again after twenty one more for Benjamin pushing one hundred may have just gone over it here in the first half welcomes throws the ball outside Kyle Williams. Jeffrey manning gets a hold of Williams, and it nevertheless is a game to the Oregon state forty seven on the throw from the right hash to the left flat gain of seven second down and three good awareness by Manny Wilkins. He saw the Blitzer and the old adage. Is you throw it through to wear. The Blitzer came from found his math. They picked up Sabbath trips to the right for Manny on second down. And three fakes to Benjamin keeps it and pays a price. Jalen more comes up with good stick at the forty seven yard line. No gain third down in three coming up. Jalen the team's leading tackler by far gets another one there. An open field nicely done by Jalen. He's a he's a good tackler. I mean, he I think he probably is among the secondary players for sure the best tackler, eight minutes to go in the half Shelvin, teen three son doubles third down.

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

I Want To Speak To The Principal

08:25 min | 3 years ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on I Want To Speak To The Principal

"Today and welcome to this week's episode of I want to speak with the principal as always I'm honored to share this platform with my co host. The amazing and that Mimic Mr William Jeffrey a role of a building principal in modern times demand knowledge commitment and leadership of technology. And there's embracing the use of technology in classrooms establishes the principle as one advocate exchange and understands the benefits of lifelong learning to elevate the use of technology and it is imperative that principals are comfortable with using and. Marlene this to their several ways to do this using email we have. Saif apparently reports illustrated with graphs and plates embedded in presentations data. Information and manipulating devices to complete teacher. Walk throughs and evaluation. The plus clearly seems to measure after learning community regarding his or her emphasis on technology with themselves engaging issues with students in the classroom. Today's episode discussed the inclusion of digital technology in schools and how schools leaders should carry. The banner was students technological. So sit back. Relax and join us for this week. Sessions up. I want to speak to the principal. Hey Good morning wheel today man. I am doing fantastic and yourself. I'm doing great and it's looking good a man. I drive a good man. Hey man so this is our segment and you had a very interesting weekend last week. I certainly did man. I had the opportunity to attend the Alpha Kappa Alpha Aka sixty bootleg here in Houston. And I tell you it was a sight to behold as did a fantastic job amazing so on top of that you guys set a Guinness World Record At the boulet career absolutely man. That was almost twenty thousand people all eating together or AKA's eating together in the George Brow Convention Center first of all. I didn't know that they convinced the whole that. Many pay people alone old tables alright. It was amazing to watch it on the news. I I knew you were there but it is not that you guys were there. Like F- amazing right and we have a special guest today. Yes we do. We have any anti gay. Just happen to be my beautiful and lovely wife Attorney Kim meals dead. And she's the reason. I was there so we are have to have her on Diet. We'RE GONNA ask my wife to justice. Kim If you just give us some takeaways from the AK convention amazing speechless. We installed our new international president. Madam Supreme Doctor Glendon Lover. She's currently serves as the president at Tennessee State University. Bully other T- issue. Yes yes. They actually had their ban to come in as a part of her introduction of our new program's implemented initiatives under her. Her will be exemplifying. Excellence through sustainable service That's a mouthful but she's Designated five Program targets won HER FIRST PROGRAM TARGET IS HP. See You for life a call for action and this problem will partnership with Hec. You universities and providing scholarships and what was amazing. She actually made the very first donation out of personal funds. A fifty thousand dollar check or there's a lot of money yes then go in and that will go under the AKA Educational Basement. One and her second. Initiative is women's healthcare and wellness and in that peace. She provided every registered. Sora which we said nineteen thousand they will receive at Beit. It'll be AK zone designed fitbit. Yes and my chapter the sugarland Walk Group. We started out walking on this past Tuesday so it was. It was exciting She's GonNa we're doing virtual walk with her the next eight weeks so she lose a lot of ways. Look this this is really fitting for the episode. You know using technology. This is amazing I'll later yes And the third one is building your financial legacy and in this piece she's talking about the Soros themself building a financial legacy for themselves and their family. We're not thinking about Aka because as we know we we earned about thirty million right here in Houston so we we. We're in pretty good shape. She's talking about building financial wealth sorrows and that excites me. The fourth point is the arts going back and bring him back some of those arts in those institutes that we've gotten over the years bringing those back and I'll find one is global impact and we'll kick off our global impact and in August with the International Day of prayer. We'll start that piece and I'm excited about that. When we consider what we're going through right now prayers always a good thing. We got some good initiatives. That is fantastic. Don't tell me Oh no. Where did you play jet? I questioned prank. Purview A. and M. University Fall eighty-one Zeta Gamma Chapter Alice. On the line luxurious eleven. I was number seven. Oh you know I do. I like to for review. She wants you. Were a proud panther. You'll never go back prayed. Prairie view produce a productive people graduate. Also yes no guys a really really good when we'd put chapter. Are you currently in currently? I'm in Zaire. Apple made the chapter here in Houston came out in a special people out in. Zaire awful well first of all I have to spend a Senate shout my sister-in-law Linden night Berkeley. She pinned me many many years ago. Who whether Omegas were in New Orleans are Asia to my brother? Ku saw they were in New Orleans. We didn't we did a whole lot down there but not quite as much As we say no record and but the broader showed out. Don't be angry. I just like to add her signature piece in which I feel is near and dear to me just because a relationship that I have with my husband or signatory program is caps college application process. This program is designed to assist students in their efforts into entering college by providing hands on approach that includes all steps with regards to research various colleges and just being there to help walk them through the process because many of them don't have that involvement at home some maybe they're first generation college students so this one is really near to me because I just know the importance of it great. That is great as well so like the door. Some great things only in the city of Houston but across the country. And we're going to encourage all kids and also artists and fraternities. Keep up the good work and continued to provide support and leadership in their communities. I guess we'd better go and get started without session. Yes Sir Arthur. Technology integration. I WanNa thank you MS meals there for your lovely insight and I wish you the best and your initiatives which are council. Thank you we appreciate.

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Free app in the apple app store or google play sake alternative talk 1150 eighty where you go so many ways to listen the views expressed in this program are those of the host guest in callers and are not necessarily those of kknw its management or other advertisers vis vis alternative talk 1150 now the three it is gene welcome than conversations every why i'm holly who quit state minister spiritual mentor i we also have staff sergeant william jeffrey race with us as they cohost and today i'm just excited i i have a special guest he's going to share some information with us at the beginning of the show in her name is consume ad beatty correct correct and i'm excited i met this some the other day and as you all know this show is all about following your passion in life listening heating the call and then bringing that to the world and custom and couldn't be doing that it i mean it's so what you're about please tell us what's your work as well thank you for having me here today holly i really appreciate the opportunity m i am i i'm an advocate um i work with the program called pieria home and we eliminated pathak feeling for survivors of human trafficking and prostitution wow wow how did you how did you discovery that that was a something that was so important you um i've always worked.

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"They've seen experienced this was says something that's come up i am have a works with chefs sergeant william jeffrey rice have had him on the show a couple of times and he has served under deployments and seen things that i pray to god i will never see and i know that sometimes when people go through those type of experiences as they come to a space where like they don't even know if there could be a god from some of the things that happened on and i address this before another shows but i think it's really important to bring up and again remind everyone that your merely hearing my bias opinion and he anyone who's talking you're hearing things coming through their thoughts their imagine nation their ideas but for me and my experience in my prayer work what do the understanding that i have come to which will shift change and grow folks because that's what i'm here to do i'm here to evolve period is the awareness that we are all given opportunities and in that we are given free will and we are given choice and we all have power small p not altman power well we all have power small p and what we do without power and where we use that power on is our choice in it's all as a means to grow and develop and some times we use their power to hurt other people and that's a very very sad something but that is not god that is not a universal choice in my opinion that is people cree being given opportunities and people abusing power and that is not ultimately something that we i think sometimes we get the idea that this big men in the clouds and sub they're making decisions you badge good and i think is just so much more than that it's something that i recognize i could never conceived fully but that is how i process it for me and then continue to lean into those spaces of allowing spirit to guide me and guide my actions and something.

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Intro which i don't mention every time but that is a james howard song actually for this show we played a song right before that it's by take sex i take sixes a fantastic group and but the intro the consistent interro for this show for an open car is james howard celebrate life and as such an important went to use uh he's talking about following your dreams and that is what this show is about it's about brie are gifts what we have to share what we have to do and and following our heart and soul and bringing those forward and these are all spiritual acts that doesn't matter if you go to a church a have specific face or our beliefs or understandings were all spiritual beings having a spiritual experience and here we celebrate the fact that we are all in this together the individual coming to life coming to light to contribute to the whole as i said we've had some amazing guess on hetty watkins junior's been on recently reverend michael bulger assaf sergeant william jeffrey rice james howard has been on the show rabbi ted has been on the show rochman imam jamal has been on the show rig gauge was recently on the show reverend kathy on lewis has been on reverend share remy i could go on and on i've had so many fantastic people come in and share and open conversation with me and if you want to listen to any of those and i'm sure i'm missing a few there been so many great conversations abacus daily uh sunny and seattle's sunny joy mcmeel ellen as been on the show if you'd like to go back to any of those shows those archives are all available to you you can go through leaks from my website hunk whistle acom at the same time you can also just go to its kk and w eleven fifty dot com mice it's levin as am i saying that correctly i'm asking being vicky my producer lake mary and you can just go there you can click on archives for open conversation he can just listen to past shows so as we capture this concept of love one the book was going over last week is love sense by dr sue johnson and i've talked about her other book hold be tight where she takes the.

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"william jeffrey" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"william jeffrey" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"All know i had a staff sergeant william jeffrey rice on the show a few times and ever since having him on a really felt sparked in an curious about learning more about soldiers and war and soldiers return and what they go through and what happens for them and so so i've done a couple of shows as you all know you know focusing specifically on pcs has which is not it's not only for soldiers know lots of everyday people go through on poster matic stress disorder with different instances that happened in light and i do want to stress one more time now the that we're bringing it up that you know it's the reminder that the things that happen they create a posttraumatic stress disorder those are healthy reaction switch from added situation because i see think a lot of times we create at uh we have a stigma around mental what we consider to be mental illness there are some type of mental disorder but really it's a healthy being that needs to have a reaction in a stressful situation so that something that i hope everyone in and keeps in mind that those um those responses are completely normal too high i stress situation and prolonged stressful situations but in kind of launching into that whole peace i lead in several different areas and i have talked about the book once a warrior always a warrior which is a charles w hide she was a medical doctor and a colonel whose retired from the us army then also oh another book that i've been in is called the warriors return restoring the sole after war which is an edward tick book and really today what i want to do is not so much post.

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