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Fresh "Year" from Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:30 min | 23 min ago

Fresh "Year" from Red Eye Radio

"In northwest Wyoming. NT two year old vanished in August on a road trip with her partner, Brian Laundry would return to Florida before he went missing. He has been named as a person of interest in the case. ABC. So Cal weather tomorrow Sunny after the foggy burn off I from the mid seventies at the beaches to the mid nineties in the valleys right now, 66 degrees in downtown L A. Just because your workday ends doesn't mean ours does Listen. 5 to 7 for Leo. Two point Oh, live at five and the all new Mo Tech on money. Big shows on the ride home only here, 7 90 K ABC. Huddle up because Trojans live is back. Marshawn Cody and Max Brown Breakdown, analyze and cover all things. USC Trojans Live Monday night at seven right after attack on money on AM 7 98. Bc Text message from Virginia Department of Health Not feeling well. Your symptoms may not be allergies or a cold. They may be an early sign of covid 19 Go to VD h dot Virginia dot gov and Search by your Zip code and find a covid 19 testing site near you. Duncan is putting a whole new spin on pumpkin at Dunkin with her new pumpkin cream Cold brew. Smooth, bold cold roots up with velvety pumpkin cream called phone made with cinnamon and nutmeg, spices. And there's more pumpkin for you to love like the delicious Fall classic Our pumpkin spice signature latte espresso topped with cream, caramel drizzle and cinnamon sugar. That's how we pumpkin at Dunkin Step into the fall season with the $3 medium pumpkin cream, Cold Brew or pumpkin spice signature latte America runs on Dunkin Participation may very limited time offer Susan apply valid signatures only all called from Cooper. Switching to Geico is a good idea, especially when you consider everything. First off Geico makes it easy to switch. They have licensed agents available 24 7 online or over the phone. But if it's so easy, you might start thinking everything is easy, even big wave surfing and it's not. It's actually.

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Tatis botches popup, Cards beat Padres 8-7, win 8th straight

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 hrs ago

Tatis botches popup, Cards beat Padres 8-7, win 8th straight

"The St Louis cardinals expanded their lead in the race for the second National League wild card spot with an eight seven win over the San Diego Padres on Sunday card starting pitcher J. A. happ says he believes his team can be a force to be reckoned with this postseason we feel good about the way we're playing right now and you know a confidence can be a scary thing and when you're you know playing right at the right time of the year that sometimes I can go a long way the cardinal scored five runs off J. carry out in the first inning before he left the game with a strained right groin the cardinals have won eight straight games for the first time since August of twenty eighteen and they now sit three and a half games ahead of the Padres and three games ahead of the Cincinnati Reds in the wild card race David Solomon St Louis

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As leaders reconvene at UN, climate and COVID top the list

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 9 hrs ago

As leaders reconvene at UN, climate and COVID top the list

"Leaders from more than a hundred nations are heading to New York this week the United Nations annual high level gathering it's a departure from the last in person meeting of the General Assembly in twenty nineteen and far different from last year's all virtual version because of cove it awaiting them daunting challenges from severe vaccine inequalities and escalating climate crisis to Afghanistan's future under its new Taliban rulers and worsening conflicts in hot spots around the world president Biden speaks at Tuesday's opening of the general debate Julie Walker New York

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Dutch King Unveils Holocaust Name Monument in Amsterdam

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 10 hrs ago

Dutch King Unveils Holocaust Name Monument in Amsterdam

"King Willem Alexander of the Netherlands officially unveiled a new memorial in the hearts of Amsterdam to on a more than a hundred and two thousand Dutch victims of the Holocaust Dutch prime minister mark which says that the monument would remind citizens today to be vigilant against anti semitism this name on a man says a hundred and thirty thousand one hundred and sixty three times no we will not forget you know we would accept that your name is a raise and no evil does not have the last word the memorial is made up of rules that spelled out the Hebrew word meaning in memory all of it is the creation of parties Jewish architect Daniel Libeskind who had every broken the wall inscribed with the name of the Holocaust victim memorial visitor postal Pullman says the monument means a lot to him very emotional very but we have now something in reality all the names it is something that we had to wait for this so many years but finally just realize fine Karen Thomas

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US Begins Flying Haitian Migrants Home From Texas

AP News Radio

01:03 min | 11 hrs ago

US Begins Flying Haitian Migrants Home From Texas

"The US tries to stop the flow of migrants by blocking the Mexican border at the Texas town where Haitian refugees set up camp but they continue to find new routes at the same time the U. S.'s started flying them back to Haiti thousands of patients are camping out under the del Rio rich with many saying they won't be deterred a U. S. official who spoke on condition of anonymity told the Associated Press several flights departed Sunday and that's just the start many of the migrants have lived in Latin America for years but are now seeking asylum in the U. S. as economic opportunities dry up some say the earthquake and disaster nation of Haiti's president make them afraid to return girly Joseph is with Haitian bridge alliance in del Rio trying to help them in the United States the super power for what first what country can not absorb the people at the border how do we expect he need to absorb them while some Haitian lawmakers say the migrants will be welcomed back others question whether or not the infrastructure is there I'm Julie Walker

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Chris Rock Says He Has Covid-19 and Urges Doubters: ‘Get Vaccinated’

Bill O'Reilly Weekend Report

00:18 sec | 11 hrs ago

Chris Rock Says He Has Covid-19 and Urges Doubters: ‘Get Vaccinated’

"And Chris Rock on Sunday said he had been diagnosed with Covid 19 and sent a message to anyone still on the fence to get vaccinated the 56 year old committee and wrote on Twitter Guys, I just found out I have covid trust me. You don't want this Skip vaccinated. Rock has previously said he was back. Nated with the Johnson and Johnson

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Chris Rock Says He Has Covid-19 and Urges Doubters: ‘Get Vaccinated’

Bill O'Reilly Weekend Report

00:18 sec | 11 hrs ago

Chris Rock Says He Has Covid-19 and Urges Doubters: ‘Get Vaccinated’

"And Chris Rock on Sunday said he had been diagnosed with Covid 19 and sent a message to anyone still on the fence to get vaccinated the 56 year old committee and wrote on Twitter Guys, I just found out I have covid trust me. You don't want this Skip vaccinated. Rock has previously said he was back. Nated with the Johnson and Johnson

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Boxing Superstar Manny Pacquiao Announces Run for Philippines President

NPR News Now

00:18 sec | 11 hrs ago

Boxing Superstar Manny Pacquiao Announces Run for Philippines President

"Star manny paki out. Says he'll run for the president of the philippines next year he was nominated today by faction within the ruling party. The forty two year old pack house serves in the philippines senate. I'm barbara klein npr news.

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Search Resumes for Man Whose Girlfriend Disappeared on Trip

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 12 hrs ago

Search Resumes for Man Whose Girlfriend Disappeared on Trip

"Police in Florida continue to search for twenty three year old Brian laundry and I basked wildlife reserve he's a person of interest in the disappearance of his girlfriend Gabby potato on Friday a large family reported him missing before that investigators had no luck urging him and his family members to talk to them according to north port police spokesman Josh Taylor Bryan was not a suspect in a crime Brian was a person of interest in a missing person meanwhile the F. B. I.'s sounding for clues about but you know in a Wyoming National Park that's where she was when her family last heard from her the couple had gone on a cross country trip when investigators say laundry came back alone on August twelfth they were caught on Moab police body cam officers responding to a nine one one call of them fighting potatoes family on Long Island reported her missing September eleventh I'm Julie Walker

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US FDA Recommends Booster Jabs for Over 65s

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

01:50 min | 12 hrs ago

US FDA Recommends Booster Jabs for Over 65s

"Few days before the official start of fall. What was billed as the summer of freedom has come and gone on the national mall more than six hundred thousand flags one for each life loss to covert the sea of white representing unfathomable and devastating toll. Just three months ago the. Us daily case average was nearing a record low about eleven thousand new cases. Now we're averaging about one hundred forty three thousand cases per day reporting roughly one million cases over the last week and while president biden hoped an fda advisory panel would recommend boosters for all vaccinated americans on friday. The panel voted to recommend boosters only for those sixty five and older or at high risk of severe disease. Dr anthony found. She is standing by joins us in just a moment. But we begin with the latest on that fda recommendation and what it all means for some of the most vulnerable as the school year gets underway. It was just last month at president biden. Laid out his plan for booster shots. These booster program is start here. September twentieth pending approval. Fda cdc committee outside experts that approval did not come for everyone and while the handled did not officially vote on it they do support including vulnerable populations like teachers healthcare and other frontline workers in this first round but when it comes to ending the pandemic the message remains clear to vaccinate the unvaccinated. While seventy six percent of adults have received. at least one dose the millions of unvaccinated americans are fueling hospitalizations and directly impacting. Some of the most vulnerable children

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Houston's Ali Lowitzer Still Missing After a Decade

Catch my Killer

01:55 min | 13 hrs ago

Houston's Ali Lowitzer Still Missing After a Decade

"People across the country are taking time to renew efforts to find children who vanished as part of national missing children's day at also holds true for a local family that never stopped searching for their daughter. Allie low at sir. She has not been seen since april of two thousand ten. Allie was just sixteen years old when she disappeared channel. Two's brandon walker joins us from bumble with. What's being done to help. Find her and other missing children across the area brandon. Good morning to you. No doubt allies disappearance is one of the more high profile disappearances. We've covered here over the past six years or so but get this. The center for missing children says just last year alone. There were ten thousand reported missing cases of children here in the county area alone. As far as allie goes the hope according to her mother is that someone will see this with some information. That'll bring her daughter home for six years. We've been searching for her. It hasn't gotten any easier joanne. Lewitt's mother valley lois or has been missing. Since april twenty six two thousand ten six years ago she left home alone walking to work alley. Didn't make it to work. Though she was last seen getting off a school. Bus alleys disappearance sparked a nationwide search countless tips. One of them profiled on investigation discovery channels last seen alive. The program followed tip that alley had been working in columbus ohio as a prostitute. The tip was no not allie. Today on national missing children's day allie lewis are got a billboard. She's had one in the past. Hopefully this time it will garner leads. That work tips. Joanne hopes will bring her daughter home. I wish this billboard could stay permanently. It's bigger than every store window in town. If we had digital billboards specified just for missing people. It could run for twenty four hours without any repeats. It's the sad fact.

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July 1987 TV Show Starring Carlos Alazraqui, Lynn Stobener, & Al Lubel Show #83 - burst 1

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

01:56 min | 19 hrs ago

July 1987 TV Show Starring Carlos Alazraqui, Lynn Stobener, & Al Lubel Show #83 - burst 1

"We have some great comedy coming from a comic impressionist from right here. In sacramento guys. Ready right alex rock last year the winner sisters all the way to number one your yard that crazy old land from the david letterman show is the same. Mr larry but melon ars lowered floor. But just i am about pollution control and i like it there for kind of a rowdy kid. When i was young we got way out. We did some crazy things like my mom would come in. We'd be fooling around. You cut out horsely. How long timmy's nailing metal shoes to my feet. Yeah we were riding my brother that got stoned on the weekends. You know and they made excuses for their lack of behavior. Like ask to do things like fred. Let's go to the part. is it free. La

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Search for Brian Laundrie Resumes After He Vanishes Following Girlfriend's Disappearance

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:35 sec | 20 hrs ago

Search for Brian Laundrie Resumes After He Vanishes Following Girlfriend's Disappearance

"Morning the search will continue for a missing couple but the two are not believed to be together. Twenty two year old. Gabby petito disappeared during a cross country trip and now her fiance who is a person of interest in her. Disappearance is also missing multiple officers and the fbi Who are currently conducting a search of the vast carlton reserve for brian laundry. On friday. Northport police officers showed up to the landrieu residents said they spoke to the family at their own request for the first time since gabby petito was reported missing by her family.

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Larson Wins at Bristol While Harvick and Elliott Feud

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Larson Wins at Bristol While Harvick and Elliott Feud

"The night race at Bristol delivered again a pass for the lead with three laps to go once a visible contact after the race was throwing of equipment Kyle Larson chase down and pass Kevin Harvick with three laps to go and held him off for his sixth win of the year and first at Bristol the Larson may have had some help holding off Harvick thanks to his teammate chase Elliott and that led to Harvick's post race confrontation with Elliott which led to a pushing match and Harvick throwing his gloves and Elliott they had to be separated redneck Millen Bristol Tennessee

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Candelario and Garneau Homer, Tigers Beat Rays 4-3

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Candelario and Garneau Homer, Tigers Beat Rays 4-3

"Was a uranium earned his fourth win in chamber Candelario hit a sixteen home runs the Detroit Tigers defeated the Tampa Bay rays forty three candle areas three run blast off rays starter Ryan Yarbrough came in the top of the first inning and catcher Dustin Garneau added a solo shot his fifth of the year an inning later Garneau credits his teammates on being able to bounce back from Friday's collapse to take the game feels like the game last night hurts more than I get blown out because you're there playoff teams and the way we responded it was awesome tweets we want to see your in your followed a three inning scheduled start for tark's Google by allowing just two hits while pitching into the seventh the tiger snap a two game skid while Tampa bay's leading the American League east and now down to seven and a half games over Boston Steve Kearney St Petersburg

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Kelly Ties Rockne as No. 12 Irish Hold off Purdue 27-13

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Kelly Ties Rockne as No. 12 Irish Hold off Purdue 27-13

"Karen Williams scored two long touchdowns the second a fifty one yard run with six oh five remaining as twelfth ranked Notre Dame held off Purdue twenty seven thirteen Jack corn was sacked four times and struggled with his accuracy completing fifteen of thirty one passes for two hundred twenty three yards and two TV's Avery Davis led the Irish in receptions with five for one hundred twenty yards the victory was the one hundred fifth in Brian Kelly's twelve year career at Notre Dame tying him with legendary Knute Rockne is the winningest coach in school history I'm the ferry

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Paul Anka Recalls His Time Working With the Rat Pack

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:24 min | 1 d ago

Paul Anka Recalls His Time Working With the Rat Pack

"Paul anka. It's so great to see you. I wanna ask you. You're sitting in front of a zillion gold records Where they happen to be your gold records for the most part of my keble michael jackson elvis presley other artists have been involved with most part a lot of those that are from nineteen fifty seven on. Now you worked with the folks. You you've mentioned. I mean i should mention this upfront. If i were better my job recently you've worked with drake the weekend Michael boob lay andrea bocelli. Olivia newton john. We were talking about your time with sinatra. How did it end up that you were working with what we today. Call the ratpac. No greater fan of dean martin than yours. Truly amazing that you knew these men. Well we have to go back to the beginnings you know the record business and the business that i was in was primarily run by the boys the boys mafia whatever and that was cool. There are great work for we knew what a position was but they ran everything they own the clubs the only record companies etcetera so when i started beginning success for young I realized who was working for. I realized you know how i was to be myself and i started working to copacabana. Which was the testing ground in new york city. I was successful. And i got the word that now that new york went very well. We're sending out to vegas to the boys and you're gonna work in vegas. So what year are we talking about. Big apartment what year we talking about. Fifty eight nine hundred fifty. Started sophie tucker. Which was i guess. My audition did well with her. And then it evolved into the sixties started working sands right from their youngest kid. Never worked there and here. I was with all these guys. Were my idols realizing that. Bobby darin frankie avalon still these kid idols. But we knew this at the end and we realized that we had to evolve survive into something else thus we had these guys that we looked up dean martin sammy and break so i like to sand started working and guys mentored me. They took me in. Because that's making money for them indirectly directly. The boys ran the place and we became very very

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How Singer and Songwriter Paul Anka Became the Original Teen Idol

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:02 min | 1 d ago

How Singer and Songwriter Paul Anka Became the Original Teen Idol

"I don't know where to begin with you because you've had such an amazing career for people. Now there are a lot of young folks who might not be familiar with you. And i thought boy. They're in for it here. But where do we start first of all. You were huge teen idol. That was a little bit before my time. A gigantic teen idol. How did that happen for you. You're from canada born canada raising canada. I was in school on to be a journalist when father would be a lawyer. Put me in an english class. A class with forty girls to learn how to type in shorthand hated the shorthand got thrown shorthand which was fine. Took up music that i started writing. I want some awards for my couple of my essays that i wrote but while taking music i became a big fan of music back then and it devolved into me just starting to write at a young age Kind of had a crush on a girl. Zoldin i was. You know back in the fifties indigenous to lat time. If you're older shorter fatter you really didn't get the score. So i wrote this song. I'm still young are so old. I sang it at parties. And i said now what do i do with it. Well all have to realize pop music was in its infancy stage back then thus i I'm going to new york. Because that's where the action is. So i read a newspaper. Said collect soup rappers. You go to new york. So i got a job with i. J food stores. I collected soup rappers. Campbell soup one trip with forty boys and went down. Got the vibe in new york. What baco blogs of money on easter vacation The following year. And i went down when it went off scot. Abc paramount records dot cost. Was the in. Our director looked at me at my little t shirt on jeans. Pulled out my song started. Singing said Was your parents as back with candidate. Is you better get him down here. Because we want to sign you up in believable. I love these stories. You as they say you can't make it

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How a Young Paul Anka Got His Start in the Music Industry

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:39 min | 1 d ago

How a Young Paul Anka Got His Start in the Music Industry

"Old were you when you met the producer. Don cost of fifteen years old. Fifteen fifty fifty. You say fifteen. That's it's it's a little bit amazing. Are you amazed now when you see fifteen year olds. I don't get the impression that they have to get open. Go you did different scenario. You know you have to realize. Today's works totally different with the technology. These parents pushing these kids out. Because of these talent shows They don't have they don't have to have the The kind of passion that those that started with me you know we were the small little culture people. We all got lucky with all had a gift. We were pioneers. You know today. it's real easy. Yes not easy to get the popularity but back then. I was very confident. is very focused which you had to be and i can still remember the vibe that i had when i left home What i was thinking how focused i was and then i realized what had happened for me that everybody around. It was sophisticated at all from the brothers. Buddy holly you name of chuck berry. We're just a bunch of kids. We have talent but we were not sophisticated most people. Aren't you know you start getting into some kind of journey where you're successful in your crawling along joined to deal with it but you know you don't have any wisdom to deal with it and ultimately hope that you do so that you can deal with it so back then Yeah we were just driving little teenagers. You know right and these teenage songs annoy talent and we had a choice yet. Choices screwed up or not to screw it up and i just decided to stay focused. Whatever came. I was ready for

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"year" Discussed on School Year

School Year

07:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"year" Discussed on School Year

"If you hadn't heard as a lot of haters a lot of people have opinions about justin bieber or about bt s and It's one way for me to connect with the kids and a fun. Lighthearted way the silly way because i i will tell them how much i quote unquote love justin bieber and they just laugh. They can't believe an eye joke. I play it off. I played really seriously. No no no. He's like he's my spirit. Animal right on. I'll i'll actually talk to justin across the room. You know and the kids will die laughing at this. When i you know i i. If students are doing their work all as it. Just justin what. Can i do get these students to do their work or just. Please help me right now. i'm not gonna make it And they'll just totally center them again. It'll take us out of any sort of stressor drama of the moment. When i when i called down the power of justin bieber upon our class and so i i i recommend. I suggest that you find some sort of silly thing to put into your classroom as well. Oh another another little another little silly thing i do. Is i on my desk. I have a framed picture very small five by five by five. Something like that three by five a framed picture of leonardo dicaprio and you might think leonardo dicaprio has nothing to do with history. Why is he in my classroom. Leonardo dicaprio was in the movie. Titanic and the movie titanic movie. A lot of these young people have seen or heard of her. Then they know leo from his other films as well. I mean guys international superstar. But i have a picture of young leo on his desk because he is hot. And that's how. I say to the kids and that and they find that to be so funny so silly and i just tell them how much i loved leonardo dicaprio. How hot he isn't that movie and they just think that is the funniest thing and so do little funny things like this. That aren't serious and And break the ice and make you make you into a comic relief right. I guess in terms of setting up your classroom. You have to think about your sitting up yourself right. You have to be able to to be the butt of the joke to be the silly guy to be the clown because it can't be all serious all work all the time and when you set up your classroom you wanna think about how what what type of. What type of mechanisms do i have around the room that i can use in a in a in a situation to kind of you know. Make it light hearted for the students to to make a fun environment. Even though i may be talking very serious things are asking them to do very difficult work. What what do i have around the room that can you know. Lighten it up a little bit. And so i have justin bieber. I have bts leonardo dicaprio so others. That and i have a number of other little item site around the room like have bobbleheads You know collected bobbleheads. From over the years. I have a bobblehead of of Harry truman a bottle head. A bobblehead of theodore roosevelt anna bobble head of donald trump. Even though i am go say i am absolutely not a fan of donald trump whatsoever. But he's part of the history and in a bobblehead donald trump is about the most trumpian thing. I can stand to have around me. So i have that right. I have that little bobbleheads. I have lots of little figurines. Mean nothing but they add color and they add interest to the room. And i even have an american flag tri folded ride solely in a folded up. You know like a properly folded. American flag and i have one of those because i inherited it from a relative and for that reason. It's very very important to me. But here's how. I use it right in my classroom to elicit students and to lighten the mood right to elicit responses for my students and to lighten the mood my classroom. I will ask them questions about. Us history and an. I'll pick up the flag in a hold to my chest. You know like like a near to my heart and If students start to pick up on some of the negative elements of us history. Some of the negative things in the american government is done or you know the you know social suffering through the economy. Anything anything that's really bad story. But i really want to dive deeper. And i wanna get a discussion going. I'll pick up that flank. I'll look really concerned. And i'll see them. Your this is unbelievable. I can't imagine that this happened and this this this makes me feel like america's so bad and and this is such a crime and this is such an outrage an atrocity who can defend my country. Who's who's going to stand by here and not say anything when these comments are being made right again. It's not about the student that made the comments about the comments themselves right and of course they get what i'm doing right. I'm i'm being being very dramatic overly dramatic and And is silly at the same time but what. I'm really trying to say. Who wants to debate this. Who can are af- who can offer the counter argument to this sad story. How might we see it in a different way. Which is what. I'm trying to get them to do think critically see things in a different way. So i i do that. I do silly things like that and it works. So there's a lot more than i can share about this. I hope that this. Maybe i walked through. We'll talk more about things that are in my classroom and how i teach my class. But i think i've had a lot of your time today and i don't want to feel on beleaguer you too much and i want you to come back for more. Please come back for more an if you enjoyed this. Podcast pleased if that subscribe but and give us a thumbs up if you like You can also support our work in this. Podcast is supported by patrons on on dot com slash history. So if you are. Enjoying benefited from anything that i shared view this time please consider becoming a subscribe. We have any amount you want to be fair for one dollar a month to. It's much as you want to give. Please consider supporting this fogcast school you by going to patriot dot com slash. This rideau joe and If you want to you an email or then mobile your your support you can send it to history dojo at g mail dot com email for this podcast of course jehovah history doj joe dot blog where articles and this podcast also available team and and blueberry where you the transcript as well for today's positive so thank you very much for listening this. This has been episode. Three of school near my name is tyler. Roster host issue board certified teacher with over twenty years extremists in the classroom and today we talked about setting the thanks so much and have a great night..

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"year" Discussed on School Year

School Year

08:27 min | 3 weeks ago

"year" Discussed on School Year

"I put a mobile. I recommend that as well now. Let's talk about setting up a classroom when you talk about sitting classroom right. Obviously there's things on the wall that very important I put my desk in a corner. And i try and make it easy for me to access but not so easy for a student to walk over to right because i. I don't like to do a lot of work with a student at my desk right. And this is again my approach and there's a lot of teachers who do it differently and that's okay I do not like to have students behind my desk. That's why i like to keep papers. That's where i like to keep in my bag my lunch all that stuff. My my personal stuff. So i kind of angled in the corner so that a student would have to go really you know around to to get into it. I could see that. Or you know. And i can kind of keep them away from that And i have a. I have a podium right next to desk where i begin my class from an on. My podium I you know. I keep my attendance sheet psychic extra pence. I keep extra pencils for the kids. I keep the popsicle sticks for calling on students at random. They love the popsicle sticks. All let me now. Let me tell you And you know maybe we can talk about popsicle sticks another another episode but on the podium. I have a lot of other visual stimuli. Because it's all i got this. I got this from another teacher. Years ago i would say at least ten now And it was falling apart when i got it. I mean it's made of real bare. Bones would like in apply flimsy plywood and and bad nails so to keep it from falling apart. I started a slap bumper stickers on it and i started with I started with bumper stickers. That i got it fourth of july rally right in my town on the fourth of july the the local republicans and the local democrats show up and they put out a table near the parade route and they try and encourage people to join the republicans and the democrats and they give out bumper stickers. So high grabble right and i grabbed him from both tables and if there is a third party or a fourth party that shows up i grabbed those two right. I'm not not trying to be biased. Turning although just having bumper stickers from political parties has gotten me accused of bias. I don't know how. But you know. So i slapped those on there as a way to keep the podium from falling apart and also to kind of get kids into thinking that maybe there's a connection between history and government and politics and society right so And as the years go on these bumper stickers reflect past political campaigns that Most people probably wouldn't remember anymore candidates that you might not remember like john hickenlooper right. Who ran for president in two thousand sixteen right. I mean people don't make the primaries they still have bumper stickers and sometimes it's kind of interesting and message to a kid is like. Hey maybe i can run for. President are i could run for local office. I can run for town council right. So i've got bumper stickers political candidates but also got a messages about you. Don't use your cell phone. I've got messages like you know pro pro women messages you know like Feminism is the radical idea that a woman is a is a human being these types of things just a lot of color. A lot of a lot of messages that Hopefully good kids thinking and excited and maybe even asked me about right so The nature of my subject matter. Of course you know that. I deal with history. I deal with politics ideal society and current events and so in a if it sounds like it may be biased. Well you know kids have their opinions and their you know. The part of my job is to get them to express their opinions and to make them into arguments ryan and so the bumper stickers posters all the stuff in my rumor designed to provoke to elicit and guide opinions into well framed evidence-based critical thought. That's what i'm about so the desks. And here's a big one right when you sit what i'm setting up a classroom. I've tried just about every type of setup for the chairs and the desks in the room. And i've tried circles. I've tried islands. I've tried you know everything and what it has come to be my Most effective setup is just straight up. Rose right just rose. No islands. No curves no circles. No no large tables for just a desk and a chair kid in the data in the chair at the desk and doesn't sound exciting and it certainly is not creative. But it's a tool of classroom management. That i use and again let me say for like the third or fourth time on this podcast. This is just how i do it. It is not wrong to do it another way. And if it works for you a different way than great this is works for me right and it works for me because oftentimes i find. It's less distracting if the kids are in rows and it leads to less Less fees for the students to just pop up and walk around the round the room right which can totally disrupt not only that student but a number of other students. Somebody gets up and starts walking around the room right. There are times. I want them to work together. There are times. I want them to work alone. There are times. I want them to listen to me. There are times. I do want them to get up and walk around the room but i want to be in charge of those times. I wanna be able to orchestrate to manage the that movement. And i have found for me to manage that movement of my students. It works best for me to have them in straight up ropes and so. I've put my desks into. I think i have that five different rows of about six desks. perot maybe. maybe they're six rows. Actually because i've got something like thirty seven desks in my room right now. I certainly hope. I don't have thirty seven students but if i do i'm ready for that and so That allows me to move as a single. You know thought body moved through the rows without them being able to move your easily through the rows and keeps them feel kinda looking at a certain point and i do a lot of instruction from the front of the room And i'll talk about how. I structure every class in another podcasts. Until you won't lead you through. How i do a whole class right now but i do have routines that i follow and And this this desk set. Up is one way that i maintain classroom management The other thing is that. I have by the door. Right of this is of course Exactly catty corner or directly diagonal from my desk right. The front door is is on the opposite side of the room diagonally from or catty corner from my desk. And my coding where i often you know will will be positioned if i'm talking or making a whole class message now. The reason for that is because above the door. When you walk in. You don't see it but when you turn around it's right there above the door. I have my boy band posters. that's right. I have boy band posters in my room. me You know middle aged white male has boy band. Posters have have justin bieber. I have Let's see. I have five seconds of summer and i have a s bts. And i think. I have one more i forget. Now why do. I have boy band posters above the door in my room Because it's silly because it's stupid because it gets the kid's game giggle And of course. They have an opinion about this right because justin bieber..

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"year" Discussed on School Year

School Year

07:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"year" Discussed on School Year

"Me you know that you want to have everything set up in advance. You wanna be thinking about the long term thinking about the short term the first days the first routines the first communications the first handouts these all these things are what keep teachers awake at night. But if you're a veteran of this of this a craft the new probably have established a pretty good first day routine and a classroom setup that works for you so this is just my set up. This is just how i do it. And i wanna make sure that everyone understands that. I'm not telling anybody that they have to do it. This way that my way is not the best way. This is the best way for me. And that's the really important understanding about teaching. Which i think a lot of people especially politicians don't really understand. Is that you know. There's no one way to do this. And we always hearing about how you know. Teachers need to do it. This way And that's usually a politician looking to get votes You're talking about the evils of teachers and the evils of schools. And that's just that's fine for them to but I think if you've ever spent five minutes in a classroom you realize there's no more many many ways. There's one way to do this thing. And that's why teaching is an art and every teacher is themselves an artist so for me. This is a the way. I have come to do it over the course of twenty plus years. I was actually. I think this is my twenty second year in the classroom. I'm starting my twenty second year in the classroom while and the things that that. That's something. I was thinking about today as i was setting up my room because i was putting up things on the wall that i've collected over the years and i realized my says that was a long time ago that i did this or i'll i'll get into details of how my mind was reeling from the passage of time As i was setting up the classroom that i think is maybe a healthy part of any teachers for preparation for the new school years that you start to think about. What have i done before. And how long has it been. That i've been doing this. And why do i keep this. And should i keep doing this. Same thing so This is This is the the school year episode three. I'm really glad that you're here and today we're going to be talking about setting up the classroom so I i have a philosophy about setting up the classroom. And that if i anyone who walks into a classroom this is this is my philosophy. Anyone who walks into a classroom should know within about ten seconds. What is being taught in that classroom whether or not. There's a student in there or not. It should be obvious from the layout of the classroom. The things that are on the while the things that are visible immediately upon entering the room. Just what goes on in that room right now. Me sound obvious. Obviously if i were to walk into a chemistry classroom it would be very different than if i were to walk into a spanish classroom or an english classroom math classroom based upon what i would see in this first ten seconds and so with that being my guiding philosophy. I try to give lots of lots of hints. Lots of clear communication about the fact that i am a us history and a government economics teacher might teach the eleventh and the twelfth grade in social studies. I teach history. Us history to the eleventh graders. And i teach government and economics to the twelfth graders and so the walls of my room reflect that focus the layout of my room reflect salat about who i am as a teacher in the way i approach what i teach for my students based upon what i know to be an effective way to manage the classroom and that you know setting at the classroom is really understanding classroom management which i know too. Many new teachers is often one of the things that new teachers worry about the most. How am i going to handle thirty. Plus students to adolescent students in a room for fifty five sixty five seventy five minutes however long it may be for you and to a new teacher. That can be very daunting to veteran teacher. It's like okay. Here's what we're going to do that after that. We're going to do this and after that. We're going to do this but to a new teacher. Classroom management is essential because it allows you to lay out a structure and allows you to form a A means of communication and a way of maintaining attention and behavior in a room that could easily go all over the place. Because you never know what. Teenagers will do so When i walk into my room all righty see on the walls. An enormous number of visual stimulation Stimuli in i put up pictures. I put up postcards. I put a bumper stickers. I put up you know buttons. I put up a mobile hanging from the middle of my room. I have huge posters and photographs and and jackdaw dov pictures from history and and questions and art and all kinds of stuff right and that is to excite a young learner. That this is not just. Open your book and fill in the blank and listened to the rid video. This is an actual place of stimulation of curiosity of of learning new things that you might not know in having questions asked that you might never have asked before so i start with that by by creating a space and environment in the room that invites students to look more to to to think about and maybe laugh about and be awed by what they see pictures and in words in questions so You know if you were to stand in the middle of my room you would see. Obviously there is a big whiteboard. This comes standard in many classrooms. There's obviously big whiteboard up in front of the room. And that's of course where a lot of you know. Things are going to change and be be added and and written up but all around. That whiteboard are posters. And i have. I have a number of different posters. That i put on the wall and some of my favorites would have to be mohammed ali. I have more than i think. More than five. Different images of muhammad ali scattered around my room. Some are big posters of him fighting in the ring and others are are just small postcards of him. You know in a statement that he made his. The man is ultimately endlessly quotable Mohammed ali is a great example of of something that can turn it onto history because they might think histories all about names dates and places. But hey here's mohammed. Ali heavyweight fighter heavyweight champion of the world and antiwar activist member of the nation of islam and a critic of the united states. The man was definitely a historical man of historical importance in many many ways And that would be something that i would explain to a student. If they were ever to ask. Why is muhammad ali on the wall. But you know. I don't really get ashville. Why muhammad ali's on the wall. I think a lot of a lot of my students come in understanding why muhammad ali is on the wall of what i do get asked a lot about is why is marilyn monroe on the wall and i have a huge picture of marilyn monroe in front of the room above the white boards. Smile and out of the kids With her beautiful face and she's just up there smiling way in the kids always asking a why is.

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"year" Discussed on School Year

School Year

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

"year" Discussed on School Year

"Had not involving says. I relate song my experiences in the classroom and offer some insights tips. That i've picked up over the of my career so get welcome to the school year. This is maya for document a number of different things that keep coming up. I think about every year. I go through a regular school year. Now this being episode three. We've already covered a few things. Like what happens to teach during the summer months as you lead up into a new school year and you think about things and i..

"year" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

Worst Year Ever

04:20 min | 9 months ago

"year" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

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"year" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

Worst Year Ever

07:39 min | 9 months ago

"year" Discussed on Worst Year Ever

"Would a wild day of news guys. I mean because those things are super related. They've been calling for this and it was stolen. The i just want people to be heard. Well now. they're being heard in the way that maybe you should have expected them to be heard. And the it's been stalled the thing that they were trying exactly. It was a success. It's just right before this happened. Was watching the coverage and seeing the senator. Speak and ted cruz making the case of. I understand your concerns. But what about the concerns of the people that believe that. This election was fraudulent. You little fuck. They believe it's fraudulent because we're little world concerns of the people who believe the moon is a hologram put up by the united states in order to make the soviets look bad their names and how about those of us that know the earth to be flat. Yeah what s of them. What about those of us. Who know who know. To a point of certainty that lee harvey oswald was a decent patriot. Did no crime. While bernard montgomery sanders stood in the window of that book depository and fired down at john fitzgerald kennedy. What about what about uh specifically oh boy. What about the people. Jfk juniors alive. Well i mean he is but he's not a part of it on actually working in. Yeah oh way. He works right alongside. The guy who invented hot yoga both actually really bad. Today's today's had so much whiplash. It's unbelievable but hey congratulations to Us off and we're not for stealing the election yesterday. They did it barely but they did. It shot actually i. I need to shout out to georgia. Shot and stacey. Abrams are helping steel via life. How shopping steal the election. I mean we should. Multiple things can be true at once. This could be horrifying and heartbreaking. What's happening in the capital and also something truly truly remarkable was pulled off yesterday as well. Maybe not remarkable considering the founding. Good good i just stunned by we of direct payments of two thousand dollars a month polling at over eighty percent popularity across the country and you have to democratic senators running on that you have the president of the united states and the last minute claiming he wants that going at odds with the party. And so there's these. Two republican senators running staunchly against those payments. I mean that alone should have swayed the needle ally and anyway yeah. I wonder how much they regret saying no to those things that they are not. I don't know. I don't know nothing makes sense but i was delighted to see last night even before it was clear. Just how much better these two are doing even than biden and just about every county republican or democrat. They did much better or you know enough better. And that's really bolstering at to the lot of about party that was like a bad idea to elect a reality. Tv show fascists dope. Well it might have been like. No one could have predicted at the time there but it seems that way yes or no but also the could make the case that some of them underperforming because trump wasn't on the ticket but also trump fucks them. Tweeted this i think. Yesterday i'm very fascinated to hear how many people wrote in trump. Yeah so. Many people responded with well. Actually you can't ride in things on electronic ballots. And i was like come. You're missing the point. God damn point the point in case. You guys aren't clear that at the beginning after the november election they started encouraging people to write in donald trump. as fuck. You gotta make sure trump wins. Gotta what else. What else. I love loving all the tweets from marco rubio and ted cruz and dan crenshaw all the hits all the greats. I've seen one good mean. Come out of this and it is. It is pretty magnificent that maim. that's the guy with like the big domino's and he's like kneeling an of the tiny domino and there's one that's like fifty times its size very end. It's it's that meam in the little domino is labeled a guy making a website. In order to rate his classmates on how hot they are. Domino is the cunanan. Sham has occupied the capital on. It is man on the planet. I i can't help but make a note of the fact that On cnn's live coverage of this. They've called the insurrectionists. During over like video of these people liked shattering the windows of the capital. Climb they've called them. Anarchists very funny to me. Because i've watched. How police respond to anarchists so year and it has mostly been. The anarchists will touch fence or spray paint something and then the police will beat them into unconsciousness and drag their body into a cloud of tear gas to arrest them. We had this. I've seen how the president and people like ted cruz talk about artists. It's not like this doesn't call them. Special people doesn't say. I remember when he called the teenagers in portland. Terrorists for knocking down a statue of george washington but these are very special people special people very special. We love him they stole. The election was fraudulent. But go home wherever you and you're right but co home change the tone slightly Say that it is fun to joke. And that's a good coping mechanism was stuff but man. I've been pretty got to an angry. I got emotional at one point. I got furious at one point. So i just think that we should acknowledge that. This is massively fucking awful. Really bad in incredibly predictable and literally. Anyone who paid the least amount of attention knew that this was building going to happen and the ultimate responsibility lies mainly on america's police. Not just the dc. Police police all around this country who've used wildly disparate policing methods on left-wing and right-wing demonstrators. It made it very clear these people that they would be allowed to do this and they were in fact allowed to do this. Yeah anyway yep and good stuff. We don't even know how many people are going to die because of covid a i mean. Sure i mean this is. I believe the worst day i mean. We've had so many worst days. But i mean before this. We'll just take a moment to mention that before this was a rally where the where the trump spoke and you.

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"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

03:52 min | 10 months ago

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"The year is nineteen eighty eight. I'm dave i'm zac. I'm an seventy and this is my marvellous year. Hello and welcome to my marvelous year..

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

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"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

05:36 min | 10 months ago

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"No small thing right politically to to your you tackle. That he is also losing the respect of akande. Who's like oh the panther. God has turned. Its back on you for some reason. You're no longer really are black panther. So it's a kind of a double whammy on that front. I don't know that this book is perfect. Definitely it's more interesting to me politically and message wise than it is like a really captivating. Read i think like whereas raged panther is just like extremely engrossing artistically. It's on another needle. Yeah of action adventure. You know like it's got that you know like teenage excitement of just like wrestling an alligator and right right with its own with with bones or whatever and then also having a lot more to say right like the does not a empty headed comic. It's a nice blend of all those things i would say Black panther the mini and eighty eight. It's not really a blend. I mean it's really just kind of like we just wanna talk about what we have to say about. How black panther might handle apartheid which is which is fair. Like if you want. Okay you're tackling a very serious issue. Tackle the issue by all means And the kind of trying to do that here but it definitely loses as a read loses like some of the the things that make comics Super engaging or superhero comics especially. I thought so what. What did you make of this. Four issue mini as a whole. I think you. I will say to like dennis. Cowan super important figure Again like his role milestone not to be discounted major major You know black artist in the history of comics. I don't love his art in this book. I should especially the way ause is yes back with the one exception of him trying to make the child. Look literally catlike like yeah his facial features which is what he's doing he's just thought it was with so much more purpose than it wound up being it was like to follow was possessed Or there was some deliberate like oats the panther god coming for him..

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"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

04:22 min | 11 months ago

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"I think there's a little bit more people to color in In artists at least it seems to me that does seem to be generally true. Yeah but yeah yeah. It's a bummer. Speaking of racial and just general representation isaiah bradley is the captain. America who's recovered from the ice and becomes the cap of that universe in present day now is zero bradley. A character that many of you will not know. Especially if you're just reading along with us in this year journey I don't really want to spoil it because probably we'll have to saying that gets a punishment but like we should it's it feels increasingly essential to read this. It's in addition to the captain america. Mythos from like the early two thousands and it is the idea that there is like a black captain america okay original causing anymore came from an offhand comment made by bill james there go our murville guy Yeah i think this is a great idea. I love this idea. I think too. It's like it's it is interesting charlotte's line would infuriate. All the right types of people motive is sure like it would drive them absolutely perfect. What should the ultimate marvel universe represent in two thousand twenty. It should represent where the world is in what is at the center of of like. I don't know moral and an emotional and just like human conflict right now and definitely in america as we talk about immoral universe exploring the america outside your window like it's race you know. So how do you tackle that. The right way and i think like this con- idea and taking isaiah bradley as captain. America are both to go in that direction. I think too. You know the one thing marvel doesn't have talking about if we're talking about like okay. Curated a cultivating black talent. You know in the comics industry and not just having to reach outside and grab famous authors is they don't have a milestone media and frankly neither dc for the last decade but milestone by dc and milestone is famously launched in the nineties by all black craters scholarly very racially diverse Universe and dwayne mcduffie at.

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"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

04:48 min | 11 months ago

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"I read some mini series written by necessity and I quite like it it's it's many. Weird and it's best like Mojo world stuff. We've seen an art by Arthur Adams right? Yeah. which for Yeah. So if you like if you didn't like those Mojo issues, we read before and you want to read something a little better Mojo wise and you wanna read the same kind of story I. Mean if you're interested in like I, don't know I I like them okay and I didn't particularly care that much about you know Mojahir easier to read than those. Thirty. Two issues we did they're easier. They're kind of weird in like a radic, but it's intentional at least they're kind of has that like strange technically shorter is that for years? Yeah. I liked them anyway. So long shots fun. He's he's kind of like an alien. He's got that warlock like you know I don't know he doesn't quite understand how things work around here but his powers just that he has luck he's a good luck and everything rate locks to work out for him and it's yeah like the. He integrates him in like lots of fun little ways and Clermont doesn't overuse him or he just becomes like this unbeatable like, oh, the always in our favor, it's it's used sparingly enough where it's generally pretty entertaining often used for comedy and I definitely like having him as a feature character and it's like he it's usually he doesn't in a way where he's kind of an imbecile. So like like whoops and he falls off the boat and everyone's like long shot and then he's like, Hey, look I'm drowning sailor. Right. Exactly, it's pretty entertaining. So these X. men are training on Muir Island. They are the experts are pretty rudderless and unsure of themselves after the mutant massacre, and that's one of the most interesting things about the event in the era is like professor x's and around cyclops with x factor storms, the leader of the X. Men, but she's de powered. You know in terms of like who they are in their mission and all that stuff. It's Kinda muddled that it's kind of confused and here we see them kind of trying to find themselves come together as a team figure out who they are and what they can do, and while they're training on Muir island eventually, we get to a point where Dassler. It goes out on her own in I. Forget exactly why I think she's just like I think she sees juggernaut afterwards, she goes out. Clubbing litter and then like and get hot with like a bald fifty year old Guy Kill Ball fifth year old rock in a kilt Russian account. I mean, he looks like Sean Connery then you know like if they taken. I think that's an insult Sean. Connery ladies. From Sean Connery, yeah yeah which like good for that guy. For Him. Right..

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"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"Falconry. Sorry So. We did not bring his not as interesting as she's going to be no, she's. I, Love Rain I don't know. As character. Yeah. Yeah. She's just she's just like she's so sweet look. You're only happy when it rains you love rain the counter we know you. Know. Danny Danny. So cool So yeah, I guess it is like it's upsetting to obviously as it's as it's meant to be right it's not supposed to be like a fun scene but it's upsetting to see put in these positions over and over again I I do think new mutants number forty one is even more complicated. I mean that's coded with like the racism right? Specifically this is just I dunno coating even it's it's pretty closely. Literally explicitly. And is also a plot device that's used often in comic books that becomes a big source of conversation right from Barbara Gordon to you know the sexual salting Bichon away as a plot device as the only plot device. To propel a a woman's story is tired and they do. Like I feel like we haven't seen to much like it. It hasn't become so obvious yet by this point, but like it feels like a a worn lazy crunch at least. I totally. In the like. The Phoenix Saga and it I'm totally blanking. Please correct me. But like when gene joins the club and she rain-wise. You know that's a that's a Poi- killing joke as I mentioned before. This is the era of it too. 'cause like I just read like I said, the Green Arrow Longbow hunters and that's like the whole thing is like sex sexual violence against women or violence that has been sexual violence in that it's like fetish violence against women to use those like this is adult stuff. Get it. Often not actually wanting to you know grapple with that in any empathetic way or from the woman's point of view this you know this I feel like, Danny. It didn't ring any. I don't know..

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My Marvelous Year

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"Just. Kind of like what happened I kind of appreciate it because I like. Yes. I still needed a little bit. Yeah, and it hasn't been five or six years for us, but I still need the refresher. Now, why do you think gene was brought but because they're so there's genes brought back here and there's teasers on the corner of each of these issues saying to be continued and x factor, right? So we're doing on a building a tease to a new series in the x line. Why do you think gene was brought back in these issues instead of X. men? I have no I. Have Known the answer because as I understand it Chris Claremont hated this idea. Yeah. That's that's eight it as he didn't WanNa do it and they wanted to force it and force the issue because he doesn't join the. Funnier things like. Feeds into that idea is that she doesn't rejoined the X men well. They consider bringing her to the the x men and then captain. America. More like in America's like we can't bring you to those they're. Like associating with a known criminal magneto these days like it's not a good idea for you to go see them gene and genes like they must have been brainwashed if they're hanging with magneto and you know the vendors actually it's kind of interesting like they've seen the X. men side with Magneto in secret wars, and now they've seen him side with him again post X. Men on candy two hundred right where magneto becomes the actual headmaster of the of Xavier Institute. So they're not wrong that there hang with me they just don't at all understand. Because they haven't talked to them. They don't know anything about what's going on but but yeah jeans back in. This is how it happened and as far as I understand it from interviews that I've listened to Chris Claremont Despise decision it was editor Louis mandated. It's kind of a it's. It's kind of a weird thing because we haven't really had to deal with the revolving door of death in marvel comics yet in the my marvelous year club, we had that gwen stacy teaser. which remains of the craziest things. In Marvel. But ultimately, it wasn't technically you know undoing the death of gwynn's Nell. There's a little bit of that here because I actually Kinda like how this plays out. This is not the Jean Grey that went on a rampage. became the Dark Phoenix right this is that like so gingrich sacrificed herself as she was plummeting towards the earth she like piloted the ship and she died and then like was resurrected as the Phoenix right now the bay know what actually happened is that the Phoenix came and like took all of her I don't know made an imprint of her mind or something and her body actually she died in landed in the bay, and then out of the water rose the separate phoenix that was like in the form of Jean Grey Yep. So they'll the Jean Grey that we saw for all those years next manner year or two after after the Phoenix came out was this like. You, know it was not the the O C or og. Is She wasn't she not an OC fan. She had never seen him so to the show and she is not rooting for return. But no, you're totally right. It's their different entities is the way it's explained here, and there's actually a really good classic x men, which is a series that launches this year nineteen ninety-six, and is all written by Chris Claremont and they they include like eight issue or eight page. A backup stories as reprints of quote classic x men because accidents have big enough deal at this point..

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My Marvelous Year

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"Hundred Hulk three. Two, hundred I think all these were have been like good standout moments like landmark moments really really excel, and the Nice thing about two hundred is it very clearly sets a course for and comics where it's like. Here's what the books going to be now I think it's one of the things that incredible hulk did fairly well to where it's like yeah hoax, going to be in a in supernatural dimensions. Now that's going to be the run for a minute and obviously our man. You get hey Tony's back in the armor and he's wearing. New Orleans so now we got. That situation back, which is again a long time coming like they have. They've had Rhody in the armor for a decent of time. It kind of gets lost in the in the grand scheme of like Marvel Legacy, and you know all these times characters have been. Transitioning and uprooted and not the quote unquote core of themselves. You know road, even ironman still is far as know for a good run. And we we like have not read iron man in a while like I. Thank right because I. don't remember Denny O'Neil Danielle. This is his thirty second issue ninety two. so like he's been on it for wild. He got his big. Issues in this three years into his run. Yeah, big name is Danica Neal is I definitely skip over a vast majority of his marvel work in the eighties and none he does a decent of charitable stuff. Obviously Armenta of is probably the longest but at I so thoroughly just think of him as a Batman Guy Because of his work, Batman. As editor and or grinding Batman Green Lantern. He does a green lantern run, does he I don't think of him as a green lantern and green. Lantern Green, Arrow. I guess he did. He did two years of green lantern in the eighties, and then like sporadically through the sixties and Seventies. Yeah, anyway, yes I. Know like when I hear his name. I know him from Batman. Even though I don't think I've read much of his Batman I'd be interested because I really like this I might my check out more of this, so yeah, this is a marvellous year recommendation to read every issue of iron man instead of that Stink Ethan. Now I'm sure I'm sure reading. Assessment. Pleasures for. Awhile wow. Thank. You and I can align on at least Simonsen Ragnarok. We both love that hang. Ongoing going not the ongoing, but the newer. W published series rag which takes guardian in some different ways. Yeah, that's that's awesome. I it is interesting that that you would like that a lot, but not this I mean it's not like they're on different or not. From narrows so I can I can understand that to a degree I was. Next time. Next time on my Merle this year. We're GONNA. Talk about some amazing Spiderman Web of Spiderman series launch, and we're GonNa Talk Peter Parker the spectacular spider man. We got a whole lot of Spidey I. Feel it's been a long time since we talked just by Then we got our moral fanfare special patriots, special and We're GONNA talk some John, Byrne fantastic four. Is this the end of his run? Noah's on. so that's the part to ninety five can finals comics written out in the show notes? If you like show, you support as Patriot dot, com.

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My Marvelous Year

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"All we need to know about. Fellow cash under the table on my opinions. There Um. You know that's that's the. It's in bad as that whole. Thing is bad ideas. I think we can you know what the problem is with all that? We don't need to go down this rabbit hole obsolescence a lot of problems, but This needs to one hundred percent ignore. That criticism because it's clearly bad faith criticism, and is just one of these, because I was watching slowest criticism from. It's the rare issue that that actually seems to bring people together. Her majority of the Internet left and right is saying we don't like this now for different reasons but. Agreed that specifically? Yes, no, but I mean like the The diversity thing like you know like here's a black spiderman in. Everyone loses their mind. It's just one of these things. Moral Disney's things to absolutely ignore all that criticism, because I've been watching the Arrow verse and air verse is just wildly diverse has like lgbt Rep. the place I think they just ignore it like they just don't care. People screen better than the Internet and then they get no reaction from the CW over it. and. It doesn't cost as much of a hubbub because you just need to not take that seriously. It's so frustrating that like marvel just feels like they need to react to all that in like all right well we'll. We're taking your feedback into careful consideration when. This. Variant cover to go into more detail I'm actually I would be hard. Pressed to find examples were marvel has actually giving in to the the allowed. You know complaints of racists like like for example like miles. Morales Kamal Khan. These characters that are really Williams even iron heart is popular current example Yep. It's not like those characters away. It's not like. Marvel was like no I, just I guess I mean like they don't necessarily I. Don't know they don't take that big risk that often. Like a trans person in marvel with the biggest gay character in marvel like iceman, Bobby Drake. Yeah, right exactly I mean I spend I. Spend is a pretty he's been. Whatever let's let's save all this. I'm actually going to cut all this out I. DON'T WANNA go down this in. there. Yeah, you know I'm going to let me just add it all that. I said about four. Because I, think you're right and I might be just kind of overreacting to things. That's all I needed to hear. News show talked me out of it. I think you're right. Okay already This has been my marvelous year. I've been Dave he's. Fours over thank God has also been. He's also been mostly wrong. Via Number Nineteen eighty-four. We're moving onto nineteen eighty five next a whole new year, a whole new right and we're gonna read some doctor strange, some four and some vendors and iron man up next year, and then in nineteen eighty five part four secret wars to get your secret wars party hats out..

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My Marvelous Year

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"One of the avengers because she does. She does no caps secret at this point right which is important and key to this character. Working and Yes so she daydreams that. She's at the avengers mansion and I love like she's just like shooting the breeze with the other female of the Wasp and she hall can choose like captain. America is also a an illustrator but his day job is one of the best best details of early. Captain America that I forgotten. And she's like it. It cuts to a scene of hurt the avengers mansion and being like and he actually had the nerve to ask to come back and back to his place and look at his etchings. That line was ancient when I was in diapers. Can you believe it like the whole thing is just like her being like? Oh Steve Very cute. Like you're very sweet and cute but I have stuff to take care of you know. And just gotTA daydreaming of being in the position that he puts her into you know just through because he's a superhero but then like Mohawk or what is it mobile skull which is half red skull half Mohawk burst through the wall and she has to fight him and I love like you know the Wasp is just like I think Bernie Goetz the Red Skull and Mohawk fixed up in her head like. It's just one of her daydreams and she doesn't fully know about all caps villains. She just kind of understands them up Stephen four pages. It's simple. It's exactly Steve Rogers shows up. And it's just like you know every time you're alone you're rushing off to another secret mission. I feel lonely rejected afraid. And she's just like Steve Please. I have important business to and And like off and he is just like I don't care I'll always love her. No matter the cost no matter the pain you know it is nice to see the the shoe on the other foot a little bit just making fun of like very sixties trope like this dialogue is not far removed from the actual women that we were seeing in the sixties. Who would like stare into the camera weeping because they They're boyfriend had to keep running off and like all of him forever. No matter how badly truth me it's got I I just like Bernie Rosenthal But to ninety is one of my favorite issues ever really. Yeah I love this issue which I mean. I think might be surprising because there's no plot. Nothing happens here. It's definitely just a lived in like it's setting things up for quote unquote big stories later but it's also just like lived in. Who are the people in caps life right now kinda story in it is? I mean what I love about it. Just boys being boys you know. Time for men to have their fair moment in the spotlight mother superior or mother night being a big player. Yes the background stuff. Is that like you? See the background stuff. I mean the the actual plot stuff is there. Someone called Mother Superior. She looks cool. She's all dressed in black she recruits baron. Zemo the second to come with. After after tearing off his His mask revealing Baron Zemo bubblegum. Yeah has has a number on doctor him like doctor dooms running around here like my face. so bad baron. Zemo got beat. I guarantee it is not a pretty sight of yes. She does give him his purple mask back and then enlists him to her secret mission. Which I think will see. We're GONNA the yield at the next issue. No this one. It says it is this one. So it's so we can say it then so she reveals that her she's taking him to a red skull and we don't know much more than that at this. She says her father the Red Skull. She actually points that out. Yes and then we're GONNA we're GonNa read this for the next episode we're GonNa read the actual plotline of this is leading into so this this actually I thought Kinda worked well with the main list because otherwise that story comes out of nowhere And this is a nice little lead into what we're GonNa read later to ninety-six you don't need it like no without it. It'd be like pretty good still but yet So yeah what I like about this Steve Rogers. Just kind of dealing with his problems like mental problems right. He like the the weight on his shoulders and I do. I was joking but boys being boys but I do really appreciate the form of masculinity that gets in this feels like very positive examples of masculinity in male friendship so like Captain America being vulnerable in front of Bernie. And just being like you know. I just saved the world from a future apocalypse. That happened in the nineties that I saw in psych. I don't know how to deal with these big. You know these big events like I'm just I'm just an old soldier and I'm turned the middle the stuff in like sometimes. I don't know how to deal with it and you know it just helps me to talk to you about it right like him. Just explaining expressing the fact that he's freaked out by all his nomad who we have not talked about it all Jack Motto. Making a strong. And maybe you can say introduction. I Guess Yeah So Jack. Monroe is I believe. Not a nomad expert I think he's the the alternate bucky from that. Seventy story that you quite like Where there's that cap and from the fifties right and been like so without going into too much detail cap and Bucky. They died the end of the world. War Two or so the world believes rather kept us for sure right and We don't really know we'll have his book until later No they're both on the rocket so we believe they both and In the seventies there was a Steve Heart and Yeah maybe that sounds right they they do a cap story where they talk about the fact that there were still captain. America comics became published in the fifties. And they do a version of like well who were those people if you know could the real quote unquote captain? America wasn't picked up by the vendors until a vendors number four in nineteen sixty three or sixty four whichever. It is right so this I think Jack Monroe is that Bucky in he is now operating as nomad and he is an ally to Captain America. So cap is also. He's you know he's a friend and he takes on responsibility to train him and kind of guide him through what has been a a strange life for young Jack and he is having these nightmares About just being afraid period right like he fights super villains. The world's a scary place. He's in danger all the time. And he's just having these nightmares about it. I like him and Captain America have discussions about like. It's fine to be scared. You shouldn't pretend that you're not scared. You know here's how I deal with it. I'm scared all the time. It's just I don't know like I found this really refreshing. I read this for the first time. Like yeah to male superheroes just hanging out together talking about how like all this is very frightening to them and it's just part of the job but you know like it's not to be ignored it is to you know something to process and work through and Captain America says like. Hey that fear. It's something to note right like if you want to deal with this. It's clearly like important to you. It's something that matters and you know don't put off like talking about it in dealing with it And then he's like. Let's go get some exercise. They run into Sam Wilson Falcon. I love this plotline even though I have been reading along issue by issue but Sam just got trounced in an election for congressman the issue to eighty nine. There's a bunch of like Wilson for Congress in the background. Yeah Yeah Yes oh. Sam was running for Congress which I love. It's just really fun thread. And not only that but he gets trounced so he's kind of dealing with loss as well and And he's talking to Steve about it. He's also talking about his persona. Snap Wilson. Which is that God can open up right well. I think it's feeling within about this. Have we not? I could've Wilson is like Y- this gets re ret conned in out of existence a few times but it may be like Sam. Wilson was kind of criminal from Harlem a rough upbringing from a rough neighborhood. And he has this alternate persona and snap Wilson that the Red Skull did away with initially with the cosmic cube and now like basically. He's saying he's come to terms with it and he's just like you know. Hey I lost. I don't mind losing. I kind of found myself. I like him to terms with my passed balanced excetera Yeah his his stuff is not like that. expressive You get captain. America like seeing a kid about to break into somebody's house and again this captain. America's stuff I love. He doesn't just go down like smack. The around he's just like. Hey what are you doing Are you aware you're breaking the law? And he's like that makes you an evil doer hesitant. It and kids like no. I'm sorry I've never done this. And he's just like okay. I'll be watching you and like leaves them alone. You know like kind of gives you get a second chance. It's the kind of weird empathetic weird kind of empathetic stuff that I was somewhat craving with cloak and dagger in cloak-and-dagger had not an ounce of this Is exactly what I was looking for things. It's a good counterpoint to cloak and dagger even though we're about to run looks more of a dark dimension. I talk to you later. Kind of guy that series. Yeah no these are all nice touches and I the other individual that the the the amount of people that we're talking to in conversations makes it feel like Like affairs Buehler's Day off kind of comic where it's like. How did they time to visit these people? All also having this back plotline of yeah because this comic doesn't feel super long but as we're talking about it it's like there's a lot of pieces to this. Let's really written the other individual. They they meet up with Arnie. Ross who I definitely did not know much of anything about but he is about as close as I think. We're going to be able to get to a same sex relationship in marvel comics from this era. Now we've talked about this in previous episodes but this was in the language I could be wrong here but editorially band essential. Yeah like it's not allowed in marvel add. It is kind of an open secret that Jim shooter specifically said no gay characters in Marvel this time So yet but the thing is like J. MD. Mateusz seemed kind of like sneak. It in right like it's you read it now and it's like it's not sneaky subtle but you know they never explicitly say it. I guess so what happens is that Arnie Roth had a boyfriend which they call a roommate right. This gets into a pretty nasty trope of barrier gays which is like especially in this time period quote unquote progressive stuff would like have gay characters but then kill them off. They were never allowed to have like happy relationships. So it Kinda was like have your cake and eat it too This is pretty common. So that's definitely worth calling out in the. I don't get the I mean I don't know I don't know if that was the intention. Here what the intention was but this? This feels pretty respectful at least their relationship. Arnie Roth is having nightmares because his boyfriend was killed by the red skull or no by Baron. Zemo Michael And he's just having nightmares in talking about how he's got this whole in the center of his life talking about like you know his yeah. He's he's clearly grieving life he calls right and like..

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"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

My Marvelous Year

15:04 min | 1 year ago

"year" Discussed on My Marvelous Year

"The year is Nineteen eighty-four on Zach. Handgun you do it again. I thought I was GONNA still do. I'm Dave at the same time. Okay the year is nineteen eighty four. I'm Zach and I'm Dave in. This is my marvellous year. Hello welcome to my marvelous year. That Comic Book Reading Club where we go through all marvel from its.

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