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Fresh update on "junior high school" discussed on Charlie Parker
"Thought it was safe to go, Jean shopping again. That's right. Bell bottoms are back. No, yes. Yeah. Look, I remember a time. When I was in junior high school bell bottoms were the thing and I was so happy when I got my first pair of corduroy bell bottoms and looking back on that it was not a great fashion statement. I don't think I mean don't they always drag on the floor and get very no, No, no, no, no. You can't see your people at form. She's on cute. OK, That's right now you back in my day You wore them with your Earth shoes. You know what Earth shoes are not Birkenstocks Bono. Like Joel, where we used to call me jungle boots or something like that. There. I have some malware. Sometimes we can show you they're They're like just a little bit above your calf and they're they're suede. Like hip hop, hippy shoes, man and desert boots. That's what we call them Desert boots and look, you're your bell bottoms, and it was not a good look me in the sixties and seventies. It was a different story. But here we are in 2020, and they haven't been available since 2005. I don't remember them being around in 2005. That's how much I forgot about bell bottoms. I know the high waisted pants made a huge comeback. Well, now these air the low cut Bellbottoms rises. They write below Don't bend over. Exactly. It's in plumbers cannot wear them. Trust me. They're $249 a pair and of course, they're from some company called Von Dutch, and I'll have the Von Dutch stamped on the rear and be available in sizes 24 to 32. Now they have to do is just come up with his old fashioned trucker hats, You know. Go all the way back to the seventies. Be done with it. Wow, man, not going to get in on that one. Yeah, you know, I did it once and once was enough. I really was, but I I remember just being so happy to finally get a pair of bellbottoms because that was the style. That was it. That was the day I think the closest I've come is the boot cut jeans cut. You're cool, you know, And I guess I'm I'm I'm not skinny jeans guy. I like just regular old blue jeans. There you go. Yeah. Just give me a regular old blue jeans and I'm a happy man. I don't need anything other than that. And actually in the time in high school where I actually bought a pair of Jordan Ash. Oh, I was styling, man. I was styling. God just things you do. You never had the opportunity to Teo experience bell Bottoms right on. Thankfully now, George Dash or Gloria? Oh, my God. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, And the guest? Actually the job, both of you know, signature tag. On the fly jeans. Yes. Two. Huge. Yes. All right. Enough of that. We've lived the seventies eighties, and now we're going into the nineties. What's in that right now? All right, You've had the story all all morning about the Dallas murder rate. Willie list of the safest and least safe, big cities in the U. S is out, then I'll share that with you coming up at 8 40 right now and.
Fresh update on "junior high school" discussed on Make the Grade with Dr. Steven Greene
"Basically work up to the potential as I like to say my my kind of phrases maximize their education and and go from there. So it's it's it's just a matter of awareness and it's also a matter of functionality and having the tools that you need the students need. Yeah. I love the clarity of that and I think the awareness is where I was Just thinking as you were talking there. It's the fact that once you realize that there is more to it than just being in class or like you say just sort of going through the motions. There is actually an awareness of of how you construct things how you can show up when you're studying how you show up in school how you want to progress the fact that you even want to progress and that you have some control over that then that like you say that opens up a whole new world and it also happens that that engagement I think which is is obviously the most important thing. There's no question about that and you know something I see often and you know, we may have somewhat of an international audience here. So I bought my for an Acura or maybe off a little bit but I see students were basically bright smart kids so they can reach a point in school where they just don't struggle. Now in the United States at least a big break point is between eighth and Ninth Grade, which is about a fourteen-year-old kid where they go from we call middle school or some people call Junior High School to high school. And another young age transition clearly would be gone from high school to a university or college level but as the workload increases and the demands and the complexity of the classes increases a lot of kids to the point where they can't get by just on their wits anymore. It's not enough just to go home read it over wants or go through the notes once and then show up next day and and do well on an exam and the challenges. They don't have anything to fall back on because they've disregarded worrying about having a system because they always could get by just under sheer ability. And as I said see this, lead a couple different points with with kids and this is kind of a it's not like a Revelations practice strong a word, but it's a point where birth People say what am I going to do? And they don't really know where to go for help cuz this is not something typically that's taught in schools schools teach outlining and things like this, but they don't really teach a kind of a comprehensive how to be a successful student as an idea and I'm not sure it's the role of the schools and I'm sort of different systems with think I'm worried about that. But that's where I see this stuff I'm doing is as providing that skill-set and plugging that Gap and and and and I think it's nice and you know on a local national International scale. I I just see it eventually with thousands of kids. So I feel like what we're doing here is is.
Queens elementary school becomes 1st in New York City to close over COVID
"Elementary school will close for two weeks because two or more people, students and or staff have tested positive for Corona virus. John F. Kennedy junior school and Elmer's hopes to reopen on October 14th the school open for in class Learning on September 21st. It's the first city school to close because of infections in person learning for middle and high school students began today. Merrill Blasio says about half a million students are back in classrooms. That's about half the enrollment in the district.
Divina de Campo
"Let's rewind a bit and go too little too. When you were growing up because I think it's fair to say, isn't it? When you growing up, you get all these stereotypes sort of enforced on. You don't you. You tend to remember my mother trying to get to wear a skirt wants to wait because she said, that's what girls. Whether it was a big row over that but it was a similar things going on in your household was trying to push the binary on you in some way or my my dad more than my moment, which is weird because when I came out and she did not react well. But when I was little like that was absolutely no an issue we had addressing boggs and like my favorite thing in the dressing boggs was elected. ABC's leopard-print should neely. The Laurie. Today. And it had a goat trim round the neck, and then I think, yeah. HOW SPLIT IN IT? You know I think I'd say go it was a sleeveless dress with gold trim I mean tacky as hell. So Takeda's. But that was my favorite. Yeah absolutely. Follow I. Loved it. I. Felt it was you know this is yes. I love my life I. Always Been Dressing Up Anyway Kate and hasn't been a big deal but then I remember Ed once we have play room I. Mean we're so big class cry you play. So. I remember putting all these dresses on and then going in and feel like look I got all these silly clothes on on my dad's face was he was just like incandescent and just went very nice and. It was like seething. That was that I think the first time that I remember. Thinking Oh there's something wrong doing this you know dot doesn't like it but I don't know why my experience my father is he's very much generation of men were they weren't taught how to talk about their feelings or talk or express emotion in any other way than anger. At how old would you have been? Then I think I was about four five hours really. And then the you go I, guess you getting any attitude, the playground for not conforming to agendas wineries. Yet not conforming with definitely for me it wasn't such a thing at junior school lower. The thing like junior school that just didn't didn't seem factor into people's hey. So, you know Judy School for me. Actually it was a really happy time. I felt well-supported where the no case. But somehow they didn't seem to have that much of an impact on me Oh my thinking or any of that stuff. So every time at school are is singing in the choir. I was in the you know the little school show I was leading. Violin. Bali class. So I was just on cut fruit loop. Any moment are get. That's why I was kind of confused was. She reacted really badly when I came out, but she'd never kind of held me back from doing any of those things. You know if ever there was a little quaint okayed it with me. You know I was like the absolute stereotype epitome of Funky Little A. The. loafing Barbra Streisand, get me that Bob predicts and on the radio I love a all of this like this song, my brothers and sisters used to sing to me all the time in the car was. So my show you've got it the. Match and I was like, okay why are they singing they? Sit Me Oh, it's because I'm not.
"junior high school" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Well she ended up later on right when she was in junior high school had to know this for a fact she gave the valedictorian address at her junior high school graduation so that's a long way to come from first thinking that you are mentally handicapped absolutely okay we're gonna gonna bring in the Carol Klein in just a moment and we'll bring you back for phone calls here on coast to coast next hour along with Carol as well we're talking about their work conscious lock eight secrets to intentionally change your fortune in it really does work there's no question about it my mind and we will be back in a moment with the co author of the book Carol Klein and get her thoughts on this and then we'll bring them both back for phone calls on coast to coast AM sign up now for coastal zone are free email newsletter get it today it coast to coast AM dot com.
Is Sweden right in its handling of COVID-19?
"When most of Europe went into strict lockdown in much Sweden but the trend social distancing was recommended and large gatherings were banned but restaurants workplaces and junior schools and boarders. I stayed open in pursuit of what some people call herd immunity strategy. So how's it going? And what listens are there for Australia? Will Swedish Intellectual Johan? Norberg is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute and he's author of progress ten reasons to look forward to the future Johan welcome back to between the lines. Thank you great to be back now this week. The Australian Treasury Josh Freudenberg was asked if we would follow the Swedish example as we into the next stage of the vars response and he ruled it out and he said quote. Sweden has forty percent of Australia's population but Sydney tons the death right. The numbers speak for themselves. That's Josh Freudenberg. Our Prime Minister Scott Morrison waiting. He called Sweden's approach a death sentence. Johan what do you think well? I have to admit that compared to Australia. Sweden does not look like a success but in fact nothing looks like a success. Compared to Australia right now except for possibly New Zealand is in the same vicinity but every European country has suffered much much worse whether they've had entered lockdowns or more of a Swedish line and I think that's partly because we got the transmission Into our population at earlier in a more massive stage. It's more difficult to when we have all these land borders next to countries with millions and millions of people and of infected so. I don't think the comparison with Australia is. Is that relevant apart? From the fact that you also have to deal with it longtime when you get out of the lockdowns and when you begin to approach more of an open world again with will global travel then at least the World Health Organization says that Sweden might be a model to look to in any case and and and despite everything so far Sweden has been an outlier when it comes to policy but not when it comes to the outcomes sweetness somewhere in the middle when it comes to European states. Okay no matter how you add the numbers up. Sweden has more deaths than your Nordic neighbours. What do you expect to see in those countries as as Tonga's on that's true so far it looks worse in Sweden? But why is that well? The assumption from Swedish L. Authorities. Is that our neighbors. They have merely postponed cases and deaths. They have not avoided them. They went into lockdown. Which means that in the short run. It looks good but once they get out of it and they're starting to get out of it now. The the lockdowns on the shutdowns. They're bound to see a second wave of infections and deaths the thing to ask when you look at the Swedish model is at. Did we avoid to overwhelm our healthcare system Did those who suffer and died from covy. Nineteen would they have died in any case if they got this disease six months later or twelve months later? So did we avoid that kind of healthcare breakdown and it seems like we did that all the time. The intensive care units have had an excess capacities. Weeden by around twenty percent. So far so it seems like They they would have died from the disease whenever we got the disease into our population. And what I expect from our neighbors. Unfortunately that without a vaccine and that might be a year away and could take much longer. They won't be able to avoid it in the long run and they will suffer those consequences once they get out of lockdown.
"junior high school" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"They all lost our minds me of junior high school I don't think there's a loser and that they'll know right I I think everyone wins matter how you end up well it could it could be the person that is initiating the strip poker owner might be struck H. I mean you do with it it's it was cold in the basement and junior high school just use that and run with it use the temperature all right well that's that's fair I mean that's not a problem for yours truly yours because you know the technician over there yeah yes because it was warm in the building the whole a plane in the sauna that's the only reason Thompson's rummy five hundred taught my seventeen a fifteen year old kids and after some initial success on my part they have as of last night beat me seventy consecutive times but my fifteen year old daughter now plays online and my seventeen year old son wants to go to Vegas you compete for the world championships I had no idea what the answer for roughly five that's funny I am I can like I mentioned the pros of prices clean house so quick and something like that yeah that's going to be interesting yeah Courtney my body from Saint Louis says nothing beats a game up on No when I was ten and his sister was fourteen my sister and I got into a fight because I'd be her seventeenth street hands the trash talking probably had more to do with the fight that her lose it I mean when you beat someone seventeen times you've got to talk trash after a while it's just that that's not that's not just wanna start swing on people between St Anne's how many how many times do I have to get to draw for every time oh my gosh you guys play were like if someone put a draw to down you can put another draw two down and then the next person at the draw for yes the second from the spot also you got like dry heat you're losing your mind I've got what is brought Brian water cut from our sales staff put on here Jeff of dominoes I can't read good I don't know the card game a man no wonder kat I will say I don't know how to play domino all I have to show you that I'm down for a game I just don't know I'll be in the mean ice cube will show you how to play domino don that sounds like a party will will will after when the big three comes and all wheel drive come all together I'll show you where we're at a place that succeeded then the game Friday for the the movie Friday yeah hi Rick camp Rick seventy self motor yep I know that guy correct yeah Rick camp talk show host in Chicago ridge camp says pinochle okay three hand three headed with my mom and grandma I.
"junior high school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Killed last night the victim attended Coleman junior high school student shot inside a home on MLK Boulevard just before ten fifteen we are providing support to students and staff members at Coleman junior high and other kids at the affected by this tragic watch any bridges with Waxahachie ISD the police haven't released any other details about what caused it five eleven now and is the concern is growing over coronavirus the questions start getting asked what if what if there was a health emergency the required the government to distribute medicine to the public how does that even get done there's a plan for that we're joined by Johnson County emergency management director Jamie more and you guys participate in the CDC's city reading this initiative tell us about this primarily consist of big metropolitan areas and they're contiguous counties throughout the United States and the ideas that the federal government has stockpiled medicines call the strategic national stockpile in those medicines should there be some sort of outbreak or some sort of public health emergency and the need to distribute those medicines to the public they have to have a program to do that so we participate in that program we identify locations within Johnson County for example where a citizen could go to receive these medications that are stockpiled so in Johnson County specifically we utilize schools and each school district within the county has not done a fight site and we do what's called a drive thru potter point of distancing more the public could common drives through that school and pick up the medicine for themselves and their families yes hopefully something that number has to be done but it it's something that certainly we planned for and we pay attention to and of course with the heightened awareness of corona virus and previously with a bottle seeker virus really highlights the the need for planning and having a process in place we're very fortunate though we've never had to implement this program and nationally it's never had to be implemented but these types of things bring up these questions and concerns and our our goal is to make sure the public knows we we have a plan in place now is it one of those things where the medicines are actually on site somewhere within Johnson County and you're just ready to go get them and distribute them or do they come to you from wherever the national stockpile is they come from the national stockpile so the the medicines are stored throughout the United States and some strategic locations to get our medicines to Johnson County for example or anywhere within the metroplex we can have those medicines within twenty four hours and ready to distribute to the public so although we can't say where the stockpiles are located they're close enough that they can get to us within twenty four hours it's pretty cool well that's Johnson County emergency management director Jamie more we've got issues on one eighty three to tell you about also some road closures because of the funeral of chief title in Lewisville check the traffic and weather together on the eight snacks when news happens in the Dallas fort worth area news radio ten eighty KRLD is on the scene live reports in the information you your news all day newsradio ten eighty KRLD.
"junior high school" Discussed on Turn Me On
"Do you think that it it it may or or tends to be more prevalent in people who had a harder time coming out for sure yeah especially if you took longer this is just my opinion but if you took longer to come out you have the longer period of time to sit with those feelings and denials essentially where <hes> especially if you're someone who dated a girl oh and it's the kind of whisper network behind your back being like but derek is gay and it's like harder for you to admit because you're like you're right this whole time and you're right about something that i should. I should have known about myself yeah. Is this a is this a thing that you like personally. You talk about with the with your your peers. Sometimes it's more more so i feel very lucky because it was never really a big deal in my family. I've been gay for so forever. I never really had coming out <music> out <hes> part of it for me. I i went to one elementary school. That only went to grade six and then i switched school districts i went to another <hes> middle school for seven and eight which is like when you're going through puberty and then i had no friends anymore because everyone else is built in front from kindergarten and and i remember that was when i was like oh god they like can tell that i'm gay and that's when people would be like you're like you're a faggot and i am a faggot like now. What are you gonna call yes. He just owned it right. Yeah right off the we'll still call you a faggot and i'm like it hurts last though now the it's all out on the table yeah so because then at least you're like defending ending. Where did that come from. I don't know i think i'm just a psycho. I have very i like chaotic. Energies because that is very that is very ballsy like that is a very <hes>. <hes> you know especially for that age. Fuck the junior high school. Students are awful. Assistant lesbian grades seven and i couldn't stop thinking about it until well into my twenties..
"junior high school" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Like wow I didn't learn the finances in elementary school or junior high school high school and people that come from communities like I come from you and you end up learning once you made massive mistakes. That's your tutorial. <hes> make some money losing. The my and then figuring it out I was like wow and when he was telling me like the whole premise of financial education and things that you know he liked what I do you you know philanthropic with the success of music going back to the community teaching kids <hes> I share with them a story of one I made money my whole concept of saving money was just saving the checks and Asher and then we made a bond and he's still a good friend. I talked to him on email. It doesn't work get Adam anymore but to me. He's Mr APP yeah. That's how I that's how oh I got to know Adam Bank. Let's see you go Carrollton your email right based pitch on email in now you're spending this time up in Durham and and Mbengue booths. It's like board meetings must be super interesting. Yeah definitely a board meeting. I'm not bored at them because I like to learn and a sponge and <hes> it's an honor to to to be a part of the company in the way that I am the learnings I get things I get to share a bunch of information from a lot of different sources the tech sector sector and philanthropic sector <hes> at the World Economic Forum how they how and why ended up there is beautiful but if it wasn't for people like Bondo there wouldn't be a gateway for US musicians to be at the world economic. It's a battle did a really really awesome job breaking down those walls of perspective and what you know <hes> cynicism skeptics six what role do we play an ECON or government <hes> so hats off salute tobacco for that if the wouldn't be a read a read campaign wasn't for his you know involvement with the World Economic Forum so yeah it's great again it kind of comes back to in a in a different context. It's like productivity bution right. If somebody somebody can have the best idea on in the world but if they can't get anybody to listen to to do anything it doesn't really matter <hes> being a situation where people like yourself people like bank sold the World Economic Forum actually having those discussions and taking them to people.
"junior high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Junior high school football coach born without arms or legs came on the stage a moment that should have been impossible it's also been hard for me to fathom receiving this award to be recognized along side heroes and if there's any message I want to give you guys tonight is to look at me and see how much cash not put into coaching and how far it's got me the road harder than most could fathom one full of heart break faith and football Mendez was born may ninth nineteen eighty eight with a rare condition known as tetra Amelia it was really really awful I didn't have a choice to have an abortion so so I had to to keep Robert in one listen one hundred born like you in the world this war I really didn't want to see Robert so I didn't see Robert for about two weeks because he knew what to do different yeah he sees people suffering as an opportunity it was just too easy tiles yeah really really happy that doesn't require to be physical they can wear that I think he just took the ball around.
"junior high school" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"So when is that I go on the strider? But there was a problem with people on the strikers and running over there. So I like to be on thirteen not only because it's at the end because it's right next to the strider. Right. So I can get off of it and get onto the strider, and I don't feel like I'm in junior high school, and I want to get on that. The other problem is whatever your station is is your station in all three sections. Oh, okay. So now when you're on the floor, I like to be in the corner. Yeah. And so now she's in the corner. And I'm next her and in station twelve this is so ridiculous. Now, you have to be next to her the whole work L class, which is fine. But then in station twelve the fan is right above station, twelve and its fleas ING. Oh my gosh. I know, but we're very particular working. Will you know what else? I don't like when it comes to the treadmill. I could be at a bunch of different ones. But because they have this new monitor system where on your treadmill? There's a screen that will show your heart rate that so you don't have to look up anymore. Got it when it's it's usually working on it's working. You don't have to look up because that used to be a problem if you were kind of under the monitor, and you could see it, right? That's not a problem anymore. The only problem we really have is that I don't like the seam in the mirror. I hate that. So it's the same in the mirror is in the middle of my face. I'm dizzy, I can't. Yeah. Yeah. Oh my God. That's so funny open. But it is things that you go to the gym like I used to when I used to go to yoga I would get there early because I wanted to be in my specific spot. Right. And yet it bothers you in some way if someone moves their towel too far down. So now, you're in that semen now you look twice as large. You're like, I just can't. Yeah. But I also see. The other side of it. I don't own the treadmill. She wanted to try that spot or she wants that spot and show was a little bit too on the nose. It was just so weird that that she was like she was so friendly to me and talking and literally did not speak did not look at me just was intensely working out the whole time. She's just trying to like get on your level. I don't know. It's weird are well, let's see how it is tomorrow. But here's my thing because I should have got again tomorrow, then you're gonna I'm not going to be there tomorrow. Because tomorrow, I'm filming that thing for ET. What's it called following unfiltered? Isn't that cool? Yeah. What do you? Do you take off all your makeup, and you answer questions? Yeah. I love that c- come with the full phase. And then as you take it off, you sort of talk about tips and nasty questions. And yeah, the only bummer is that you waste a perfectly. Good glam. I know so to take a lot of photos before. And that's all right. Okay. So that was my thing. But here's what I've decided I'm decided to look at the silver lining of all of this. Which is I've been going to this earlier boxing class and uncertain day..
"junior high school" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Hundred letters from parents saying my boy goes into he's in junior high school eighth grade seventh grade and his hearing from teachers that you know, the future is see male hearing that that that that boys may be expiring in terms of their usefulness hearing that he's part of the patriarchy hearing that he is that it's women's time to to open up in men's time to shut up. So that that masculinity is toxic. That's the word that he hears most frequently associated with masculine. Well. But he doesn't hear is you know, we would be under Nazi rule. Now, if it wasn't for the millions of men that are. Dying o today. There's there's fires in California. Who is it that a ninety eight percent of the people going out risking their lives to to put those fires out. So families can be saved hill who built our house who built our school. Do you know that one construction worker per workday our died, there's none of this to balance out, the the the the type of what your son here's about half. From hashtag me is only the female perspective. There isn't there needs to be a hashtag metoo not monologue. But it has tagged to dialogue. There has to be understanding that we're all in the same family boat that the only one sex wins. Both sexes lose. Would it be better? If it fact instead of the it's it's it's time for women to speak up and men to shut up with new be better to say, it's time for everyone to have their turn. That's exactly right, which require which means that if you if you want to get aside from data involvement if you. Want to solve the boy crisis. The best long-term way to do. It is to get first second and third grade like they do in Denmark have communication classes that early what they don't do Denmark that they need to do here. They start doing the communication classes early is also have communication classes with parents as well. Because the better the the core problem of almost all relationships is our inability to handle personal criticism from our loved one without becoming offensive. That's the type of outcome that leads to most many parents feeling that they may be legally married, but they're often psychologically, divorced instead of minimum security prison. Marriages, and so they they exist at a level of that psychological divorce, which is not good for the kids. They divorce which is disastrous because he is especially if they don't see the dads. Pause, and we'll be back with more in just a moment..
"junior high school" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"I did I'm part baseball southwest conference Maksim today. Big eight Beckham today junior college law college in high school, I would trade any of that for I had a great time is on the deal. Having a game atmosphere still involved a loved it. But it's different pretty catch nowadays, folks. So you're saying that there's a lot of nepotism someday. Somebody's going to great article on -ficiating now in say in D one also NFL and look at the lineages some of these cats having him had a dad uncle relative, some some sort this that already made their Mark and officiating and that person helped this the first question now to find their break to get into the league. It's just a it's just very daunting right now. And so what I'm saying is we we saw bad officiating on Sunday. If you think that this is the last time we're going to bad officiating as time goes on your mistaken. It's not just the human element this involved. It's the fact that the skill level. Some of these officials is very shallow. He's at work twice. Now. So. The fish hitting south is going to be done to recruit more fficials. And and to entice more ficials to start -ficiating football in this case in junior high school are pop Warner. And then what happens there is sometimes ignorant and overzealous parents Ramoff. So then you can say, well, they're Ralph Eddie's they shouldn't be in a game. Okay. Okay. We're we're like dogs chasing our tails, our doing getting busy and and dizzy. The -ficiating is an issue. And so if it's going to be that way in the NFL, how do you think it's going to be in your local high school, your local junior high? Johnny and Judy calls their way at times. So what are you gonna do? Probably bitch and resale. But the winner the goofy award this week folks is United Airlines. They left past you're stranded in northern Canada tarmac on Saturday night due to a mechanically. She. Door issue when close totally the plane set overnight for sixteen hours in the cold with limited, water and food supplies. So the passengers were all lift on the plane for sixteen hours because there was no way to process their these for entry into Canada. So they could not be let off the plane red tape red tape problem can't outside the box. We can't do anything other than what's required, or or you know, that's already in writing. It's crazy. So a finally send another plane ticket? The passengers they were taking back to Newark, that's reward or not. But nonetheless to Newark. Sixteen hours. Can you imagine what that plane smell like? Can you imagine some oh granny have no Walkin farts? Oh in those laboratories are so small. God. So it'll be interesting to see at the end of the day. What the restitution would be to those stranded people. I saw an interesting note that impact wrestling Sunjay Dutt. He's a, you know, Sanjay wrestles. He's producer. He was on that flight starting out from Newark, the gut San stranded there, and he was sixteen hours. He he was interviewed by Anderson Cooper saw CNN here this week about that bad bad ton of fly minutes chess dawning, and here, I am going to Milwaukee on on Friday. This hoping I get in there. Whether it doesn't destroy my parents at the hockey game so United. You're the winter this week United Airlines, you sir, imams are picking goofy. Sir. Don't forget this Saturday afternoon. We'll be Milwaukee alongside Gail Kim, Jeff Jared, and Al snow, and I think he's bring a head with. And there's about a million jokes right now, come pouring out of my mouth. I shall not restrain. I'm restraining. We'll be there to or Sloot pro wrestling day at the Milwaukee, admirals hockey club, so twelve fifteen pre-game autograph signing the games at one o'clock tickets at TicketMaster dot com..
"junior high school" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I'm not an easy, man. Again, be an entertaining. One though, it's been my experience that most people don't want to be entertained. They want to be comforted. And of course, my idea of entertainment might not be yours. According to those who know me best. I am exasperated. According to my parents. I wasn't exasperated child as well. They divorced when I was in junior high school, and they agree on little except that I was an impossible child. The story. They tell me William Henry Devereaux junior and my dog is eerily similar in its facts it's conclusions. Even the style of its telling no matter, which of them is telling it. Here's the story. They tell. I was nine and the house we were living in which belong to the university was my fourth. This was the late fifties. My parents were academic nomads, my father then and now an academic opportunist. Always in the vanguard of whatever was trendy and chic in literary criticism in early middle age. He was already a full professor with several published books all of them hot. And the subject of intense debate at English department. Cocktail parties. The academic position. He favored was the distinguished visiting. Professor variety usually created for him duration of visit a year or two at the most perhaps because it's hard to remain distinguished among people who know you. Usually his teaching responsibilities were light, a course or two a year. Otherwise, he was expected to read and think and write and publish and acknowledge in the preface of his next book, the generosity of the institution that provided him with the academic. Good life. My mother.
"junior high school" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Meet james junior high school he's a little what was it that you just as a kid in your class just kidding class but you know i didn't really know him that well in junior high school but when we went when we transferred or transitioned from junior high to high school kind of the kids from the junior highs they kind of know each other and we just kind of everybody left and we were just kind of the guys there that we all kind of knew each other right you know so is james and a few other friends and stuff and and that that would be the fall of nineteen seventy seven whilst the long so yeah so you're looking forty years ago at this point but i had a elvis presley had just died over the summer and i had a big elvis sticker on my notebook and he's just made fun of that left and right you know he's like he's the guy with the us the guy with the elvis sticker you know and so but i'm like oh you had aerosmith or whatever on his peachy and like yeah we'll miss sucks and we just go back and forth but you know we we both like music now we just kind of you know we bonded and that it was it was it was like the chaikin was all yeah i mean he was he was real shy now never other the james filled up people know now you wouldn't you never think it was the same guy very shy withdrawn but the he was a music kit domain he that he knew music and you could talk about anything about anything in music and he would talk about this band that ban and i would bring up this band or because i was into i was more into like singer songwriters like jim crow ci and neil young and things like that and was like no man you gotta listen to you up fo and you know you gotta listen to scorpions and this unlike okay so he kind of got me into the heavier stuff like a were you playing at that point in time i i had a when i was in high school i got a les paul and i had taken guitar lessons when i was about twelve to fourteen so cut him classical steph so i was playing guitar and so james was.
"junior high school" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Eighteen years you can get your day off and i love you very mall and this is wife number three what is this yeah no no no three and a half i still know what people see people across america think that that serious this is your first and only beloved white right you got married later in life much to two very very young woman she had to be born go to junior high school and whatever she was ready to get married and you and you plucked right out of the graduation line and here we are when i asked her dad for her hand in marriage he said say what you who you are congratulations a couple of things couple of news e kind of things first of all i want to mention before we talk about the new york times and the wall street journal basically we you know that we have until the end of this month we're doing this campaign with angel tree camps we have beat our goal we are now as of this minute sending a hundred thirty four kids to camp our goal was one hundred and five yeah unfortunately where at one hundred thirty four we wanted to hit one hundred five but unfortunately we went past we raised more money and you know what that's good i know more we want to raise more money so i wanna say this anybody listening to this program you kinda know this bear with me okay we do something called metaxas super metaxas super means you get the program if you listen on podcast.
"junior high school" Discussed on Reveal
"Complaining to anybody at brunswick junior high school that to male students told you i love you yes do you remember whether you were offended by that was why would you be offended by that objection the tower voices really out of touch with reality you can't checked tone yes my kin can be the ask questions you don't comment on answers and in in your suggestions country to the way world works and so i don't understand how you can have a good faith basis for suggesting that a middle school boy's not gonna be upset by that comment could you please repeat the question five hundred upset you that someone said i love you because i i did not think it was appropriate for another male student to love me i didn't have i didn't see any reason for them to say they loved me later i asked chas if he thought the way the attorney question him felt like another kind of gay test yes yes definitely i believe they were trying to solicit of a more aggressive angry response from me trying to make me seem belligerent the schools attorney spent hours taking chasse through each alleged assault in graphic detail he describes how on one occasion two boys held him in the bathroom stall and raped him okay then what happened i clean myself up and i may went back to class you ran out to class did you tell anyone about this no and right out because i was afraid that i would be in danger if i did.
"junior high school" Discussed on Reveal
"From his first days at brunswick junior high school chas remembers being bullied he tells me boys would corner him at his locker taunt him in the halls they'd bump him in class they'd play jokes i think they picked on me because of my weight type of music i listen to my interests the way i i ac did anything that wasn't completely cookie cutter a middle school boy attitudes chaz is eighteen now but he's always been a quirky kid his dark brown mullet hangs to his shoulders he collects old records cassettes eight track tapes instead of sports and video games he started an analog club at school as he's he's an interesting kid this mother amy blonde blueeyed she's a nurse who's passionate about her work and her two sons she split up with charlie when chas was in the fifth grade she says when chas enter junior high he was considered gifted and talented within a year though his grades started slipping and he'd come home feeling confused and upset why are the why are the kids mean are they mean to me i i was like well when they have problems at home they're just picking on you to make themselves feel better if you ignore them they'll stop chess tried to ignore the bullying but it got a lot more personal though was the thing that they called the gay test can you tell me about it the gay test was when they lately put their hand on your shoulder and if you didn't notice it and battered away in under ten seconds they.
"junior high school" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Like junior high school god really i i'm all or oil but you're right eventually he wound up in boston she was performing in the combat zone but he fell in the in the title base and whether he showed up in boston backstage at the old pilgrim theater to wash your doer thing for moments in the show yesterday jen kirkman who said serbian his onto her and she said oh does she have a speaking tour i'm like right right that's it no you gotta be you know what you've got a book deal god all right i assume it's a pop up book sorry ladies and gentlemen i doing what i was going to grant be you gotta go now love you forever five forty six minutes after the hour this portion of the stephanie miller show brought to you by my my do we andrzej new skin the you would never know i would even get any of the references malcolm makes because of skin harmony it's a nextgeneration skin care formula created by woman poor women it's an all in one face serum it it just it's scranton feels great on your face and it helps fight the often undesirable changes are skin can show as we age skin harmony helps revitalize aging skin by reducing the appearance of wrinkles helps provide that smooth youthful appearance by improving skin hydration firmness and texture the if you notice my plump beautiful skin every morning thank you like you had a a choice okay uh desert here's what i i can give you an incredible introductory offers you can see what i'm talking about you receive 25 percent off your skin harmony purchase and you get a free internal harmony sleep aid supplement that's a great night's sleep and beautiful skin go to buy harmony now dot com the promo code is miller to receive your 25 percent discount and a free months of supply of internal harmony sleep baid now you can roll back time with scant harmony by harmony now dot com the code is miller.
"junior high school" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"Require medication we are dealing with things we thought attitudes and responsibility even back into one room schoolhouse well you other the other part of it is and what i was and i can remember this clearly is when i was in school when i was in junior high school or you started getting back when i was in junior high but when i was an elementary school i wanted to go to school every day it was fun i mean we did awesome things and people the kids were not board might by yeah my math teacher actually went and taught us how to make pies and then we learned how to of yeah he exactly and so the the the the natural well nowadays you you you've got you've got gangs and schools gangs of all different an analysis of these it doesn't matter what color racer creed you are you get you find people that you're comfortable with and you see that is the problem with his with this country is that is that you go to school and become a social club anti i'm actually anti public school because of that because you cannot send in normal suite kid school and expect to get a normal suite kid back i'm sorry it is to painful i mean i watched the video last night of these kids is picking on this little white kid pete in the heck out of them walking teachers on around they scorn on on the they're scared of the kids themselves you know and also i think it's going to be a just a very brilliant thing that trump's going to do when he gets out vouchers what we're going to see in this country and i truly believe this is extremely high quality private schools and the entrepreneurs are going to come out like crazy i'm going to start my own school it but it's not going to be a school's gonna going to be called an end schooling school where everything you do on our property is going to be handson in it's going to be uh trades it's it's going to be like the trades of what people don't teach anymore we're gonna learn cooking we're going to learn and actually take cooking to another level not just cooking that on teach kids have a restaurant my son is a movie maker we're going to have video augur fee we're going to have all kinds of electron ix that you're gonna.
"junior high school" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones
"I didn't i didn't feel confident i took me a long time to feel confident they have found my confidence until um you know it was a i think it was until i was taken out of fat environment like i i think it was when i first went to summer camp to my like my i sleep way camp which i think was around like age ten okay that i started to understand like um popularity as a bad word for it but i think that people responded to me differently that that gave me confidence like that i made new friends and and i got attention in a different way not male attention but like just attention from like councillors who i looked up to and and i think that's where i i felt like agency as a human you know where i was like oh on my own person and this is what i have to offer um because growing up at at least where i grew up in brooklyn in the eighties like it was not you know picked children were cruel has made fun of all the time and i know you really yeah i was made fun of in junior high school to but i shaved my head when i was um eleven prompted bet well again it's like that it's that weird thing of like having the confidence due to do that but also like being totally insecure like i i i did it because i loved reality bites and i thought when rider was like a god and i thought that her pixie coat was so cool um and then i i also i was hanging out a lot of older kids so um in that circle like people were shave like girls there's like it was like a riot girl time so right girls are shaping their heads girls are dying their hair and i was just a little bit young to do but my mom again was like so cool and i told her i wanted to do it she took me to like this japanese um hair stylist who.