This is just wrong, and it needs more awareness. Some kids are just out of control, and parents need to take responsibility. I compiled videos for you to see what I’m talking about. The issues are happing on distance learning, or also known as home school, video calls / Zoom calls / Google Meet calls.
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We were on a face mask on the house bed. I’ll wait at all. You’re the bridge
All my fault, my fault. Okay. Excuse me. But we’re in class right now. So please don’t interrupt me my fault. No, no. I’ll just ask you why you were in a mess, but then I saw you at the bridge. So nevermind. It’s the same thing I’m pulling, you know, I’m talking shop, you go back to your bridge.
You just meet yourself. You just move yourself. Good morning. Good afternoon. Or good evening, depending on when you’re tuning in. My name is Jonathan Torres and you are watching or listening to the JTH Show today. We have a very interesting topic and that is the Disgusting Side of Distance Learning but first wrote the intro.
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Alright. A so as a general reminder, it remember that you can catch the entire episode on Spotify, Apple podcast, Google podcast, or radio Public also today’s videos are going to be heavily censored. In fact, from now on I’m going to have to sensor pretty much all of my stuff, because, well, I took the whole YouTube Academy course and apparently cussing is a big no-no unless you, you don’t want to make money and well, you know, I do want to intend to make a living out of this.
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So anyways, however, for those of you guys that want to catch anything that is on any of the YouTube or, or sorry, any of, any of the YouTube show’s you can go to The JTH show.com and all the videos or clips in relation to whatever episode you’re watching will be on there. Uncensored. OK. I just cannot, you know, show them on a The YouTube shows. Okay. Let’s jump into today’s show. So guys, today I have an interesting one.
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So increasingly I’ve been coming across Some some videos, videos. I wanna hope that are mainly posted. Bye bye kids. Right. Kids try to chase the famous clout. Right. Which if anybody, you know, watch it right now is like, what the hell is is cloud. Okay. Cloud is basically fame. I mean, that’s really what it is. They’re trying to, you know, catch or, or grab attention that will get them views and likes.
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And unfortunately, instead of using hopefully actual skills or talents that they might have good talent’s for that matter to, you know, get some attention, you know, they’re way, you know, I know they they’re, they’re opting for, for pranks and jokes and just discussing things that we’re about to watch today. For those of you guys listening, of course, try to do to describe the videos. But I think just listening, we’ll give you, we’ll give you a pretty good picture of what we’re we are dealing with here.
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So, okay. So let me start, by the way, the saying that I actually went as far as a kind of breaking these down by category. Cause that’s how many they are. Right. And no, there’s, none of these videos are from what I can see, I don’t know, staged to wear, you know, the teachers, our in it and other students are in it. I did find some like those, you know, someone that looked like those, you know, we are like, okay, these are staged, you know, they’re were doing Dance’s or something. And the teacher’s, you know, a horrible actor, you know, they’re like, Oh my God, God, it’s not again, but I’m nodding and I’m not gonna include those here because again, everybody’s in on those that stage who cares, right?
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No, no, no. These, and you told me, by the way in the comments, I’m going to let me know if you think these are fake, these look pretty genuine. And these look, look like something that just shouldn’t shouldn’t exist. However, just like in many other instances, I try to take something that is, I guess, a positive, you know, in the sense that, well, what can we learn from this? And there’s a lot to learn. There’s a lot to learn from. Definitely for my parents’ standpoint, there’s a lot to learn from people on the outside, watching teachers pre-teaching them and stuff like that saying that they could do more.
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No, it doesn’t mean that there’s no bad teachers, by the way, it doesn’t mean that any of these teachers we’re about to watch you are not bad. That’s the point, the point you’re about to see is that we can learn that if This has a way to act, when they know they probably are being recorded, some of them are recording themselves. How do you think some of these individuals are acting in school? You know, the scarier thought is to imagine that these kids, right, cause they’re kids right now are eventually going to be part of society, a society that you are, and I are in.
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And yeah, there, there going to be interacting. We have not with us where they’re are our parents with our children, our siblings, and in large part is how we, it, it’s how we are going to end up, you know, eventually, probably on some video, out there being filmed that we had some kind of bad interaction with a store clerk, with a person outside a store. And it makes you wonder who were these individuals back in school?
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Well, let’s not go very far and look at the, some of the people that are right now in school, that again are going to be eventually in society, rolling around with the rest of us. So let’s jump into the first one. Oh, and by the way, some of the things that you’ll see on here, our kids giving out a ZoomCalls the information, right? To have other people that teachers don’t even know, they are essentially hack their classes, right. Drop in on their classes and make full of themselves.
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They are sexually harassing teachers. And you’re going to you to hear all this on here, censored, but again, on the, the JTH show.com website, you can hear them uncensored. You’re also going to hear things like kids fighting amongst each other. And I’m not just saying like, Hey, be quiet. Or even seeing that got shut off or something. No, no. I’m saying full blown fighting, like with a very explicit language. So the first category, as opposed, we’re going to go into is insulting and harassing.
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So without further ado wrote the first clip
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And they’re just living this extreme LIFE okay. When you’re thinking about, can you start doing all this random stuff just to get attention? Like, I can’t believe that someone made you, like in your words is so annoying.
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Okay. So, you know, in this one you have a teacher that is trying to, you know, educate her class. You know, they’re talking about it, perhaps, maybe history perhaps, excuse me, history or something. And I’m out of nowhere. As the video said, this other kid just asides to interrupt a class call are annoying. And I’m going as far as saying, you know, I can’t believe someone made you, it drops off the class. Right? Cause that’s what most, little pricks that are probably in perhaps being parent or, or, or guided by other older pricks, teach them is wrap your mouth and then run away.
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That’s what this kid did, you know, a shows character and you know, what can a teacher do? Take the insult. Alright, what, what can we do? She just told, I can’t believe you exist on this earth, basically. In other words. Right? And so many words, Dan, you know, you are knowing I’m leaving link and you know, leaves a kid. The, the, the teacher there, what the rest of the kid’s listening to it. Okay. Well, Holly, is he joking are, you know, react to this now go, go Ms. Mendoza or whatever the name of is right.
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We can, or should we do? All right. That’s what’s the next one. You’re wearing a face mask on that.
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That was bad. Oh, wait. You’re at the all you’re the bridge. My fault, my fault. My fault. Okay. Excuse me. But we’re in class right now. So please don’t interrupt me my phone. No, no. I’ll just ask you why you were on a mass, but then I saw you at the bridge. So nevermind. But the same thing I’m pulling know, I’m talking s**t. The stupidest, you go back to your bridge.
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You just meet yourself. You just meet yourself, Ms. Carter, you just made yourself. How do you feel? How do you feel right now?
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You do this. Send me that, send me that song, bro. I love that. Oh my God,
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What are you wearing? A mask inside? To be honest. Well, the little prick ms. Carter meter herself, because she probably doesn’t want to hear you or for you to hear her in everything that she’s probably yelling at you. And that she probably couldn’t do because people would’ve come out out of all dam places saying, use your know better. You are the teacher. He is a child. And yet, you know, as a human being, of course, right.
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She is expected to sit there and take this abuse. Right. And if she dare say anything, cause we’ve seen it, you know where teachers have had it and they’ll fight back and they’ll say things back and you know, some of them have lost our jobs. Do I sit here and think, and Support that teachers should just punch a kid back. No, I don’t think it should get physical like that. Do I think a teacher should sit there then and argue back with a kid? No, I suppose not. Right.
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But it does make you think I’m in that position. And I dunno if you have been, but you probably haven’t. What are you, what are you do? What, what do you do with us? Other random kid at the store, right? Cause these are, these are kids, right? But I don’t want you to get romantic and confusing with children, innocent babies. Oh, is the damn little demons write. What would you do if you’re at the store? And some, one of these kids started going off on you for whatever reason, for whatever reason.
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I mean, how would you react? How would you want to react? Are you going to be the grownup and be like, excuse me, child, excuse me. No, you’re not. Let’s be honest. You’re going to want to go with her and give him a piece of your mind. And these teachers here, obviously they can’t. So it, what can they do mute themselves, right? She is trying to, you know, be creative show that she’s in some random background right outside. Hey, if I’m going to be outside, even if it’s fake, I’m going to wear a mask.
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Probably trying to pass on a good example. Right. Which obviously this kid is so dense that it just, he, you know, he makes, she makes, he also started. He makes fun of her. Right. Instead of trying to ti or learn a valuable lesson. And in of course, some other more, On decided to put my music just to what’s celebrate the little punk again. You have to ask yourself or who are these parents that are raising these future members of society.
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He, you have to wonder. Right? Okay. Let’s go to two. The next clip.
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Yes, you are fine.
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We’re not .
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What would you say of ms. Latisha? I believe what’s the name was her mom or your sister. Hmm. What were you say? What would you want to do to the parents? Not to the dumb ass kid, right? To the guardians of whatever is raising these little. We have to meet myself, sorry. I’m heated. You know, what were you wanna say to them? Right. Cause if this kid did at once, he’s getting celebrated.
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Right. But he’s by the, by the other morons and the classroom that’s our kids can do today, nowadays morons. And those are the it. And I hate to say it because I’ve said it before, Oh, we are future leaders. I hate to say that, you know, these are the future leaders and you wonder why some people now are on panicking and worried of the people that are probably maybe in college or we’re supposed to be in college or maybe out of college.
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But they’re so acting like, like these morons, right. Makes you, it makes you tick. If it doesn’t make you wonder if you’re just being very nonchalant or like JTH everybody acts like that, they’ll get over. It they’ll grow up. I still know people. And I still see people to act like this. And you know, they have like white hair on their fricking face because of, you know, to be fair, this is not a brand new problem. I don’t necessarily want to say this is a gen Z problem.
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A millennial problem. No, I think that it has gotten increasingly worse. But if we have any sense of, of reality, as parents, as the leaders, as people watching these videos and coming across, we need to do something collectively together to speak back. Alright. Which is what this whole video is about right now. You you right now watching videos of you come across.
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This is not a reshare. Ha ha ha. I like, or whatever. I don’t care of you. Whatever they call me. I, when I come across those videos on my, you know, our report to them video, I will get them, you know, obviously use them to bring them to you, to, to you bring attention to it. When it cut in that sense of awareness of saying, this is the, the little POS is that some people are raising that your are going to have to listen to, to a certain extent while they’re in class.
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Maybe, you know, there’s the little dude is in one of your kids class and maybe you’re kid is an angel. Maybe you’re kid is the best. I have no reason to doubt that. But have you, as a parent taken time to realize if I don’t know, little dude over here is in your kids class and is your kid, or I don’t know if he or she is not, but do you know if your kid is, you know, easily impressed by, you know, I don’t wanna call them names, the kids, the video that we just watched.
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I don’t know. All right, let’s go to the next one. Here we go.
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How many pages are, the question is going to be muted. Don’t me. And then I’m going to call your father.
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Yeah. You know, there’s another one, right? It just outright cussing out the teacher. Right. And I don’t know that the kid sounded to concern that the teacher was like, I’m going to call your father. Why is that? Why do you think that is? No, I don’t know. For certain, you know, nobody does. If maybe the kid will, you know, be disciplined by the father.
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We don’t know that. So to be fair, who knows? But, but just by seeing what we’re seeing now or hearing, you didn’t seem to concern why? Because it’s very unlikely. Then at home he probably possibly has a parent. That’s like, Oh, I will talk to him. No, I is not acceptable. I don’t know what is coming over him. Thank you for letting me know. Hey, you’re grounded. Hey, you don’t be on social media. Hey, I’m serious now I’m serious, right?
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Yeah. Okay. Let’s go to now are making teachers and class the next category. Let’s go to that video now.
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Oh, he’s back. Justin. These are being recorded as well as the chats. Yeah, just stupid. It was Nick. You got the big referred to student affairs and local authorities. My bad. Sorry. You can tell you what to stop. Say like that. I’m trying to learn now. Cause he starts interrupting for the reason I’m just trying to learn. Okay. It is three seconds. I’m going to shut down to Zoom meeting and you guys can come out as she just shut the man. I’m trying to help you.
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Okay. Obviously the, the, the, the moment that teachers are, I’m going to shut it down. What, what is that? You know, kit pink. Ooh, perfect. Boom. It goes on hyper-drive and obviously provokes of class to be ended in whoever is recording, you know, seems to lay out of all, man. Like he’s bombed out, maybe bombed out. Now. Of course, now it is. Is there a really celebrating him? In my opinion, most of these kids are in it, you know? Or they’re there they’re in on the, the, the joke, the prank, which is what, you know, I can even hear probably some parents say, Oh, you know, he was just joking.
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I’m sorry, mr. Principal, ms. Teacher, I will speak to him. I’m so sorry. You know, it’s just a joke, which is another video on preparing for you guys where it’s like, it’s a thing now to say, whenever they’re saying or doing something that’s inappropriate, that is it’s, you know, is that you kind of sit there and you wonder like, what the hell is going on through this kid’s head? And I was joking. It was a joke.
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Wow. So uptight boomer, boomer, the joke joke. Alright. As we wanted to the next category, umm, and this one is playing pranks. Alright. Let’s watch that video now.
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Excuse me, ms. Corbin. Yes, my mom get the boat diarrhea. Bill Corbin. You’ll get out of here. You Oh my gosh. Okay.
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Oh man. I mean tell me you don’t feel the way, you know the, you know, I feel right now as you watch these over and over, you think are these the same kids know? I mean, I did what I could to, to check, you know, somebody who’s the videos and go as deep as I could. No, I mean, they’re, they’re happening all over the place, you know? They’re they are no, the saddest part is that they’re happening mainly with, with, with boys.
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Right. Rather than with girls. I know, I know what’s on the viewers. We’re going to be like, yeah. Cause boiler dumb. It’s hard to argue against that right now. It really is. You know, I’ll do I remember acting like that? No, no. Hey no, no, no. Because well, there was a actual discipline that happened when I was growing up, growing up, you know, at least it was happening in my household and you know, it just, it wasn’t acceptable and wildly rather acceptable as I feel it is now, you know where there’s some class clowns.
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Yeah, of course there was. But I remember seeing, you know, and, and hearing, you know, those class clowns gain discipline, actually getting, you know, suspended. And some of them had to remember even expelled for those of you guys that are from San Diego. Are you guys remember like the, the kids got basically kicked out there were and ended up in awhile, you and stuff like that. Remember those schools like you went to while you that means, I’m sorry, they’re a loser. Got your ass kicked out, you know, out of school. And that’s where they threw all the other kids.
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That’s what it used to do back then. It’s like, we won’t not educate those kids, you know, because I guess legally we can’t, you know, but we’re not going to leave him with the rest of the, what you would call normal kids. You know, this kid, him to two while, you know, I just want that, that school is called. Is it happening? Now? I’d tried to actually look into that. It doesn’t look like it. It just looks like teachers are being told, put up with it. But you also I psychologist to these children learn to understand them is pathetic.
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It’s ridiculous. All right. Let’s move on to the next video where we go
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Demonstrating your homework,
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Mr. Dosa. I had a question on the homework. Can I actually share too the screen?
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Mmm. You know what? I’m still learning the system. Let me okay. I’m going to give you host privileges. So try it that way.
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Thank you. You made me host. Yes. Okay guys, you guys going off on you and now look, I’m the host. No class
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I don’t know what happened. I’m back. I can’t think here to going out,
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You know, something I’m going to say before I get into the rest of the video, it’s I cannot stand. And I’m sorry if you’re like an angel and your, the best kid and the world. And, and you’re like a brainiac and you’re about to get offended, you know, because I went on about to say, or maybe this is one of your kids. I cannot stand the damn morons that walk around with their hoodies like that, on that video write and just say tween on their things and I Oh bro, bro. Oh my God, bro.
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I’m sorry if that’s you are, if you are. I mean, if that is one of your kids, how are you not embarrassed? How are you not embarrassed? You know, I can deal with the colored hair, not stuff or whatever, you know that that’s fine. Have your pink and blue hair, but I cannot stand those kids that cannot just be mature enough. You know why? It just, all they can say and repeat over and over, you know, because they’re, there is nothing here.
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I’m sorry, if that is one of your kids and you’re like, Oh, I’m going to the dance. Like, you know, kind of knew of him. Go ahead. But sorry. That is the truth. There is nothing there for your child. And that is your fault. I’m sorry. I’m just need it. I just hurt your feelings. Are you going to disagree? If you know a child like that, even if it’s your relatives, don’t take offense to it. It’s a, it’s a reality of things and it should concern you and not get off. You know, you shouldn’t get off the fence, have over it pay.
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No, just seeing comments to see and talking to other people that the vast majority of individuals agree, those kids like that, that’s her reaction to anything that’s even, you know, anything actually good and bad. But our, most of the time only there is something to be concerned over that their reaction that’s who they are. And yeah, and that one, by the way, those were the, the hijackings, right? You have a teacher that, you know, it’s, it’s like, she’s trying to do her job, you know, especially as you can, that you can say, well, that’s the teacher’s fault she should know and be trained.
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That means our education system shut up, shut up, shut up. Stop. It’s not the education systems fault that your child, that you’re baby, that you’re Ben D C On. And for some of you guys and I’m like, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, what did he do? That’s what in Spanish, just a little trend that people call Brindisi on his way. You like your, your blessings or children. That’s what they’re doing. Some of them, you know, and, and it’s ridiculous.
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You know, that’s a grown adult that is a victim of this whole situation with the pandemic, as much as any of us and maybe her job didn’t require her to, to learn, you know, all this tech, you know, and, and by the way, in the course that’s now she does, right. It is, is not like, Oh, well, Dre, T she had 20 years to learn it. Some of you guys that I’ve spoken to do, you guys don’t even know how to put a proper caption on a photo. You guys don’t even know how to open it more than two or three apps.
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Some of you guys only use one because I don’t want to deal with the rest of him, which is fine. You don’t have to use all the apps. Right. But do you imagine being a teacher of that age, she doesn’t look like she’s 20. She doesn’t even look like she’s 30. I’m sorry. She looks like an older women woman. Right? That she’s a, Hey, let me, let me try to see you. Me figure this out. And she’ll like, this is the fastest way that I can figure out so far how to give you. And instead of a child being responsible, right. Because he’s been taught hopefully when he is given any sense of responsibility.
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Hey, that, that is something actually to be proud of, you know, is that it’s like when a, when a kid it’s like, Hey, here’s $20. Don’t miss spend that in a kid as I, yeah. You know, I’m going to save it or I’m going to, I’m going to only use what I need to wear. I know like you, you expect out of them or, Hey, I’m going to leave you in the house for 10, 15 minutes. I’ll be right back in the house has not burned down. Right. Those are things that people apply to like, Aw, little kids are responsible. Here’s the kid that has a K I’m going to give you out of an axis, go ahead and share whatever it is at you are going to share.
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And it’s like, all of a sudden, it’s like whole, you know how I’m going to do this. It’s ridiculous. It is infuriating. I’m sorry. It is. It’s a, it’s pathetic. All right. So let’s go to the next hijack video.
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All right. Make sure that we’re all muted up. So I have a person here that I do not know who that shut up. That’d be wonderful. Absolutely. I’m trying to buddy, you know, not to much, I mean, I’m like, I’m trying to watch my diet and stuff, but you know, I know a lot, a lot of spinach, you know, it’s, it’s not going so great though.
2 (28m 52s):
Dude, he can tell you, right. You know what I’m saying? I love chicken. Alright. But you know, at the same time, you’re just going to move you from it.
0 (29m 7s):
All right. So in that video, you know, lot of people were applauding. And the comment section that, you know, the teacher was able to, to kind of handle that, you know, in a way where he was, I guess, maneuvering probably through the system. Right. I don’t think he was taking that, you know, the offenses for fun. Right. He was probably trying to maneuver through the, the, the Zoom calls or whatever it is, is that their using to get the hacker, it was I. It was the person that hacked, because he can tell the picture up to me, look fake. And the little part you saw their lineup in yellow, you know, as someone that obviously we want to share their face cause they’re cowards.
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Right. Cause I’m going to play pranks to make everybody laugh and get clout, but they don’t wanna show their face. You know? And you know, while, while the, the, the, the teacher there is taking that beating, you know, he finally figured, okay, I’m going to remove him from the class. And somebody were like, Hey, that, that teacher was, you know, a plot and the teacher, because he, you know, he was able to handle the correctly. But short of having to do that, you notice with all the rest of the teachers have to do, just take it, just take it because God forbid, somebody says something, you know, cause then, you know, then, then you’ll have a real Karen growing up to the school and try to talk to the principal.
0 (30m 16s):
Right. And I want you to imagine like, yeah, yeah. It would be probably a white lady coming. No, no wrong stop. Karen of all shapes, colors, sizes, and everything. Right. Cause I don’t think this is secluded to that. If, if a teacher would say something, your comms or white person. So I don’t even want anybody to even remotely start hitting in that direction. Know it would be those, a, those mothers consistently put something back on their Facebook. I am a tiger for my children.
0 (30m 48s):
I know that those are the parents. I would go and yell. Right. And not realize like, Oh, I have a little s**t. And it does that mean that some parents on teachers haven’t gone on the line and saying things and they don’t deserve to be, you know, snap back. Yeah. I’ve also seen some videos, you know, not recently, but in the past of teachers’ just completely getting out of line. Right. Try to humiliate children and it’s equally not okay. Those teachers should not be teachers. Right.
0 (31m 18s):
And if they get a snapback from either a mom or a dad, you know, a mama bear or Papa bear while you deserve it. But that’s not the case here. Right. That is not the case here or whatsoever. Alright. Let’s move onto a video that I wanted to show you how they’re are some kids, right. That are trying their best to attend school. No matter where they’re at. This is watch this video.
0 (31m 58s):
Yeah. Oh, JT, come on. That kid clearly looks like he’s not in America. And so does that mean that he doesn’t deserve the credit that I’m trying to give him here for trying to make the best out of a situation? Fine. I’ll give you an American example. Some kids recently, these kids were recently in a viral post because they had to attend school outside a fast food place just to get wifi.
0 (32m 34s):
And they’re not the only ones this, this particular example went viral. You know, because my mom was, was working at the same time that kids did not want to miss school. You could have been very easy, blamed a pandemic, blamed internet blame, whoever, but no. Right. No matter if it was embarrassing, no matter if it was even dangerous, there were out there. Right. And some people are like, where’s, where’s the, the wifi plug. Where’s this plug, where’s it. That plug, I cannot do it.
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I cannot do it. You know, even when I have even remotely thought about that on my, you know, and I saw this picture, it made me feel embarrassed. You know, because it shows, at least when it comes to school, there are some kids, right. That are the opposite of some of these morons they’re are trying to do their best right. To, to be something, be someone in life. Now you can maybe say I’m wrong and that’s fine.
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Well, what I’m about to say, but that at least in these two examples of these kids trying to attend school, its it looks like they’re coming from more humble, true, humble backgrounds, right. Kids of parents or households that don’t have much. It, it makes me wonder, where are the kids that you saw previously? Where are they coming from? You know, what is their background, right? Where, or they are playing the pranks from the pregnant.
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So funny Bobby is so funny. He’s a jokester. He’s gonna grew up to be Adam’s for the next Adam Sandler’s he’s old. He’s a jokester. All right. So let’s go to one of the final video is actually the final video here before I do my closeout. And that is a as a teacher and to show teachers how they’re trying to do their best. Truly many of them, the good ones roll the clip.
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We show you how to use a little old iPhone as a document camera. I would take it off to show you, but I’ve worked very hard to tape it to this thing. So it’s in the perfect spot, but you just put it on the photo setting. Like you’re going to take a photo. Then you just need a cord, which I call this the iPhone charger cord and you plug it into your computer, plug it right into that little LIFE phone. And then when you’re on Zoom okay. So I’m having a fake Zoom call. When I share my screen, you know how you have like your desktop, all these, I choose the iPhone cable and I say share, and it takes a second.
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And then it magically comes up C and then it’s there. And then I have, I’m able to show my screen and the kids see it right there. And to do fancy smancy document camera, it costs me $0,
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Man. I don’t know. Well to me was, you know, more sad having to see the videos that I saw previously and then saw this teacher how happy, you know, she felt because you know, she was proud what she was able to accomplish. And we had $0, right? So that she can teach her class, seen all the books and all the weird, you know, transformation she had to do with, with, with propping things up, you know, or the fact that she went to the trouble of, of learning something and then trying to teach it to other teacher so that, Hey, we can’t, we can teach the leaders of tomorrow.
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I’m not saying our kids are bad and I’m not saying all, all teachers are suffering This or that all teachers, you know, that suffer This don’t deserve it. Whatever that means. No I’m saying is that there is a clear problem. What I’m saying is at the problem is not just at the child level. It’s further than that. And some of you guys watching this video right now, probably know someone on a mommy and daddy that refuse to do their job that are, I’m sorry, I’m going to say it.
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And it’s going to sound harsh that our just breeders, they’re not parents to be a parent. And a lot of you guys, I think will agree. It’s something you earn. Not just because, well, I had him and I feed him and then I take him places and they call me mommy and daddy, that doesn’t make you a parent that makes you a breeder that you popped him out. And you gave yourself a title because you just, you know, gave it to yourself and M you know, they’re just there.
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And it’s like, what do you want me to do? I work all day. You don’t know what you’re talking about. JT. I work all day. I’m a workaholic homo. There is a more that. I’m sorry, you had M they argue your problem. And if you don’t control and manage your problem, they become all of our problem. They do. They will. And then, and then when they do something, a lot of those parents, we try to tell you though, we were joking.
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It was an accident. It’s not my fault. I don’t know. He’s like that. Oh, I don’t know why she’s the light. That why? Because he refused to take responsibility. I’m sorry, it’s going to this. I’m sorry. This offends you. I’m sorry. If you’re mad right now, I’m going to leave me a nasty comment and I’ve dumbed down. Go ahead. That just proved my point. That literally proves my point. It’s the biggest problem that I exist in humanity. And this is not new, right? Is we refuse to take one responsibility.
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And when someone tells you, Hey, you might have a problem and even resonate a little bit with you. You immediately take the defensive side and you’re upset. And I’m going to write the letter right? Telling and saying everything that is to your favor, right? Because there is no way to improve, right? There’s no way to improve. There’s nothing you can do. You are a victim of your own circumstance.
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Do you, do you understand and seeing where I’m going with, this is a real problem. I’m sorry, if you think I’m overworked over this, I have children and you can say, ah, but how are yours? You know what? These are, this is one of the few topics that I can speak from a quote unquote, high horse. And I am very proud of that. I am. I’m extremely proud of that. I’m more proud of, of my children, right? And can Show with proof and a half, by the way, it goes out through my social media.
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Then I think I am of anything else that I’ve accomplished for myself, this very Show the times that I broken over a million dollars in revenue. I know that it’s pales in comparison to know that, Hey, your kid got accepted into an honor roll. Hey, the principal’s emailing you saying you’re you’re kid is awesome. She is on her own, the principal role on stuff like that. You know, those are my accomplishments, you know, has my kid ever acted a fool like this Hill? No. Well, they, they better not going tell you that right now.
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Because as a parent, it’s my responsibility to make sure they don’t in that sense, be woke. You know, there’s all this like, are you woke? Yeah, I’m a work as a parent when it comes to taking responsibility, right? I’m not asleep at the wheel in the kids are running a muck and God knows what they’re doing in it. And I finally are like, Oh wait, but what are you doing? What are you doing? I really, you didn’t here the whole time.
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Is, are you not paying attention? Write in that sense. No, I’m very, very awake too. The flaws, the shortcomings of my children. And I’m there day in and day out to do my best as a parent. And I haven’t always had this scenario or this opportunity, this setting, whatever you want to call it. I have now for some of you guys that know me maybe, and like, that’s because you get to be home all day, come join the other side. I’ve worked my children, not one years old.
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My children are a various ages. One of them’s a teenager. And I’ve had jobs where I’ve worked 10, 12 hours where, or that way, because your wife is raising them. You said it I, it I’m being hyperbolic. When I say that, first of all, and I can tell you right now, and in front of my wife, that we’ve raised them together at anybody that knows me and truly knows me, have seen my character, my leadership, cause I am a leader to my children.
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And if you can not say that of yourself, because you going to hurt your own feelings, cry, be upset, and you are refusing to seek help. You’re not only are you going to pay that price, your children. And then unfortunately the rest of us, the rest of us that are going to deal with those children when they grow up and they have a job and they’re doing whatever they’re doing, whatever service they’re providing wife or, or whatever the company. And then we have to deal with them. God forbid, they go the extreme, you know, tragic Side of becoming Some, maybe gang member or something.
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And then they end up shot. And then they end up in some wall and some posts saying this was a real homey. This was the list. This was the, that. And that’s one thing that sometimes keeps me up at night. Randomly comes through my head is at the end of the day. I don’t care. What can I create? Or I am, I don’t care. What kind of manager, supervisor, employee. I was more pay attention more than I care of.
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How, what can a parent rather I am the day that I die. That’s what I care more about is knowing what can a parent will my children remember me as? How did I set them up? Not only financially, you know, but also in values. What can I have values that I leave for them? And only time will tell for anybody that’s about or even think about telling me, bring it on because only time will tell right?
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Only to three years, four years, five years, six years from now, when I I’m still doing this, cause I’m plan to do this river. What am I know? At least in my head, right. Will see time will tell. I used to give these rants to some individuals that I know five years ago. He know a lot of them used to tell me it’s cause it’s going to keep those that like, you know, basically it means, cause they’re little talk to me when you have a teenager, we’re Rick, right? Fast forward. I have one dude, your child’s gonna be talking at 12.
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Sorry, what did they advise? How about his head? Meaning is going to leave, right? He and I wake up one day and I’m going to be there now. Wrong challenge accepted. Oh, I’ll see you in here. Five years will see. Cause at the end of the day, its on me at the end of the day is on you as a parent. And if you are not a parent, but maybe you are a guardian, it’s on YouTube. It’s on YouTube.
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If you don’t agree to it, you know that’s also on you and there’s
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Nobody can say or do to make you think. Otherwise he can continue being mad and upset and disliking, you know, reporting and or anything that doesn’t fit your narrative because it doesn’t matter at the end of the day. And I’ll say this in a close out with this time will tell time will tell probably guys that’s it for today. Thanks for watching. You know, remember too like and subscribe and I’m onto the next one.