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    Can You Melt Obsidian and Cast a Sword?
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    Can You Melt Obsidian and Cast a Sword?

    November 6, 2019


    Over the past few months I’ve been working on this video as a follow-up to user comments on a previous video on if it’s possible to cast obsidian. This proved to be a major challenge that took six attempts, broke multiple crucibles and two different kilns. But I didn’t want to stop until I finally had success at casting obsidian. Previously I made obsidian blade by knapping, which is kind of a Stone Age technology. But a lot of people wanted to see me try and do actual casting with obsidian. Which is something that’s pretty difficult because actual obsidian doesn’t melt until over 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit Which is something that’s very hard to achieve. So while looking for this I realized that you can actually cast glass using sand and a similar method that I used for the aluminum But because I can’t melt the actual obsidian, I need to grind it up into small little particles, mix it with the flux and then melt it. And hopefully then I can cast it into some form of knife Obsidian is largely made of silica like regular glass but also has an unknown mixture of other impurities in it as well. That can make its melting point difficult to work with. Melting straight obsidian is potentially possible But would likely result in a very thick viscous substance That’d be hard to work with especially to cast my early attempts at glass making also had a fair amount of impurities which made it really difficult to work with so The solution to this is flux Which is adding chemicals with lower melting points that make the entire solution melt easier and be fluid enough to cast so the thing with knapping is that when you fracture it you’re able to create potentially razor thin blades that are a Molecule thick you. Can’t quite reach the same sharpness by just sharpening glass itself But you should be able get something close and it’s also probably gonna be pretty Brittle as even this is brittle itself and it has wood reinforcing and holding it So let’s give it a shot. First up is grinding the obsidian, melting it down and see if this is even feasible I used a ball mill to grind it to a fine powder in a liquid solution, which I then need to boil off. One of the biggest pains is getting a crucible That’s just big enough to hold a large enough volume, but still fits inside the rather small kiln As it heats the Obsidian and flux tend to boil over some and unfortunately in these smaller crucibles nearly everything spilled out For this first test it looked like the Obsidian and flux may have separated, which means this might not be feasible Also enough spilled out and burned through the insulation until it broke the kiln’s coil making the kiln unusable Next I tried a larger batch using a more flexibly designed kiln that I could scale up to fit a larger crucible (whispered) I uh, suck at this It’s melted all the way through. For an initial small test knife I carved a model out of styrofoam and then packed it into the sand Once poured the hot glass will burn off the styrofoam and fill in its place Like regular glass, if my cast obsidian cools too rapidly it’ll fracture and shatter So I took a note from the compound we used when we made glass with Grant last year and picked up a bag of vermiculite. Which can act as an insulator to allow the glass to slowly cool Alright, lets give this a shot. Unfortunately that wasn’t enough and it still ended up shattering But the most interesting result was that the remelted obsidian turned out fairly transparent with just a slight amber color This is likely due to the flux which probably added to the transparency But this also might be related to how this glass is formed versus the original obsidian Which raises an interesting question on if this compound could even be considered obsidian anymore Regrinding this glass, I started a new batch, but this time, assuming it got more clear because of the flux I thought I’d attempt to counteract it by adding some new impurities back in specifically added in some metals that are often used in glass making to dye glass black: nickel and chromium Which gave it a nice dark color very similar to what it started with Now to cast it. (talking about fluffy cat) Usually she just lays in the grass and eats it. So I’m gonna try and cast this toy Roman sword in obsidian but I don’t want the handle to be obsidian So I’m gonna cut that off Unfortunately by the time it came to pour it, my crucible had cracked and the majority of the obsidian had leaked out While I reset again for another attempt I was curious to do another experiment to see what would happen If you try to melt just straight rocks of obsidian This resulted in a interesting formation of a foamy mess Likely caused by off-gassing of compounds like water that’d previously been trapped in the obsidian The semi molten obsidian adhered to the crucibles as well as the sides of the kiln which unfortunately caused this kiln to break as well But in the interim I had fixed the first kiln and gotten a better fitting crucible. So let’s keep going Collecting as much of the previous attempt as I could Plus adding some more crushed obsidian And some more flux I’m ready to go again This time with a very promising pour Alright, moment of truth to see if the sword is in one piece I’ve had mixed results so far with the vermiculite of Some things still shattering in it, some things not Let’s see what we got Dreams shattered dreams Refusing to give up I brought my setup to glassmaking studio FOCI Where I could throw my final result into their annealing chamber and not risk it shattering Okay, so got a weird reaction in the last attempt where it got really bubbly when we poured it not sure exactly why, there might’ve been some cracks that formed when I transferred the mold or There might have just been more humidity in the air that made it damp and caused a reaction I’d like to polish this, it’d probably break up if I try to grind it and shine it up. So We’re gonna go over there. Give a one more shot to do it the right way previously I added a little bit of a tang to attach a handle to it easier But that’s kind of flimsy so I’m a little worried how well that’ll hold up. So I think I’m just gonna do the whole thing obsidian, So I’m just super gluing the handle back on sand cast it once more I hopefully will finally have the obsidian sword Not very strong Working with FOCI, I learned how sand casting for glass is done a slightly different way Instead of packing the sand tightly around the mold you lightly place the mold into the sand and pack it only along the edge The idea is to allow the air to escape through the sand so it doesn’t bubble up through the glass like it did last time Then they also torch the sand to leave a fine layer of carbon on top. So the glass can better release from it So after six attempts, I finally managed to cast a full obsidian blade. Unfortunately in the annealing process it got a little cracked and Probably can’t polish it off and put a nice edge on it, unfortunately I took quite a bit of flux in order to make it cast-able which made it a bit difficult to actually temper It’s kind of messed up the whole annealing and made it a bit weaker, so it’s more ceremonial at this point. despite all the mythology around obsidian, it’s really fragile, just glass and uh… So put it through a whole different process than how the obsidian originally formed, which is evident when it became pretty transparent at one point and then I had to add the additional dyes in order to turn it back into black. So it’s kind of debatable if this is obsidian, but it’s definitely made from obsidian and uh, took a lot of attempts, though I finally made it So this took six attempts and broke two crucibles and two kilns. Just fixed this guy and last time this crucible cracked it leaked the obsidian all over it and Eroded and did a ton of damage Fortunately, it’s still working at this point But I don’t want to push my luck too much so as much as I enjoy making unprofitable videos and I’m gonna call it at this point say it’s complete So now that I’ve cast the glass next I’m gonna move on to a different mineral, actually try and do actual metals with some copper and make bronze So I’ll do that in uh… In a while If you enjoyed this video be sure to subscribe and check out other content we have, covering a wide variety of topics Also, if you enjoyed these series consider supporting us on Patreon We are largely a fan funded channel and depend on the support of our viewers in order to keep our series going Thanks for watching

    Learn Alphabet PQRST 英語 アルファベット アンパンマン トミカ プラレール Anpanman train toys
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    Learn Alphabet PQRST 英語 アルファベット アンパンマン トミカ プラレール Anpanman train toys

    November 4, 2019


    Hello everyone.
    こんにちは みんな。 Let’s keep learning the alphabet.
    アルファベットの続きをお勉強しようね。 Let’s start with the letter P.
    P から始めるよ。 P for Panda
    Panda の P Panda
    パンダ Next I will get … Q !
    次は私が Q を取りに行ってくるわ! Q for Question
    Question の Q Question
    しつもん Shitsumon
    (Question) Next
    次だね。 I will get R.
    Rを私が取ってくるわ。 R for Rainbow
    Rainbow の R Rainbow
    にじ Niji
    (Rainbow) I will take next one.
    次はおいらが行くのだ。 The letter S
    S S for Star
    Star の S Star
    ほし Hoshi
    (Star) I will get next one.
    次はぼくが行くよ。 Hold one, everyone.
    みんな、待っててね。 T for Television
    Television の T Television
    テレビ Terebi
    (Television) Let’s get on the train, everyone.
    みんな、電車に乗るよ。 Let’s go!
    出発! Let’s repeat!
    復習しましょう! Are you ready?
    準備はいいかな? Good job, everyone.
    よくできました、みんな。 See you later.
    またね。 Mata mitene!
    (Please watch our video again!) Bye-bye
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    The Homeschooled Kids Who Shoot To Kill | RISE OF THE RADICALS
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    The Homeschooled Kids Who Shoot To Kill | RISE OF THE RADICALS

    November 4, 2019


    DERRICK GRACE II: How fast can somebody be a victim of gun violence? KIDS: This fast. DERRICK GRACE II: I bought the Glock 42 maybe
    2 years ago – easy to use. This is a pistol grip AK-47. Her name is Brown Sugar. This
    is the first gun that I shot that I actually saw the dust come up off the ground as the
    bullet travelled. This gun packs a lot of power. And the Uzi. This is a great gun for
    children to start with. I know it may not look like it to most of dawgs because they
    have a different view point of Uzis. But Derrica has shot this on multiple occasions, piece
    of cake. DERRICK GRACE II: Go next. There you go young man. DERRICK GRACE II: I home-school my children.
    We are currently working through volume-1 in my Unlearn and Relearn parent-child curriculum.
    I’m not a huge fan of these school systems. I think they do a whole lot to dilute the
    mental progression of our children. So, I think it’s absolutely necessary that we
    take that in our hands. INTERVIEWER: Could you tell us just generally about growing up in Tampa?
    DERRICK GRACE II: I was a terrible child. I don’t know how many fights I got caught
    setting. I know I broke in at least 20 cars as a child. Never stole anything, I just really
    got a rush out of the glass, bricks and glass, it really just made my blood boil. But yeah
    I broke in my first house, well literally 20 years ago. I was in third grade – same time I
    smoked my first cigarette, my first cigar. INTERVIEWER: Could you just kind of talk us
    through why you chose to get facial tattoos? DERRICK GRACE II: I got 33 on my face and
    I got one on the side of my head over here. The ABC stands for Adversity Builds Character.
    We’re going go to go through it; we’re going to grow through it. INTERVIEWER: Can you tell us about Unlearn
    and Relearn? What that is? DERRICK GRACE II: Unlearn and Relearn is
    a movement and a series of curriculums that I created. The mantra behind it is us whitewashing
    out the traditions and the conditions we’ve been taught to believe. There are so many people
    that have absolutely no idea why they do what they do. They just simply do it for the sake
    of fitting in a tradition. Today we’re just going to focus on money. We’re going to
    talk money, okay? Finances, ownership and things of that nature. INTERVIEWER: Why is Unlearn and Relearn better
    than sending your kids to school? DERRICK GRACE II: That’s a great question.
    I think Unlearn and Relearn is better than sending them to school. I think a lot of our
    biggest downfall is our mental dependence on outside entities for happiness, for love,
    for freedom, for things of that nature, so we have been programmed to believe I need
    money. So, somebody please give me an opportunity. I need happiness, so somebody please bring
    that and be my friend. The biggest thing in Unlearn and Relearn is self will. Understanding
    that, you are who you have been looking for and everything you’re looking for is already
    within you. You have to find a reason to pull it out. INTERVIEWER: Do you ever wish that you were
    at school? DERRICA GRACE: No.
    INTERVIEWER: Why not? DERRICA GRACE: Because, I will not like to
    be in a class 6 hours a day. INTERVIEWER: Really, why?
    DERRICA GRACE: Because 6 hours? Uh-Uh. I am not sitting down in a class
    writing so long. DERRICK GRACE II: Quick answer ok? Knock ‘em out and you get.. I give you another four
    pieces of candy but you are not going to get it until tomorrow because you are not eating another candy in one day. DERRICK GRACE II: If you lost everything today
    what you got tomorrow? DERRICA GRACE: Intellectual property.
    DERRICK GRACE II: And what is intellectual property? DERRICA GRACE: They can take your possessions but they can’t take your mind. DERRICK GRACE II: If daddy had an emergency in this house and you needed to save my life what gun would you use? DERRICA GRACE: The Glock 42.
    DERRICK GRACE II: Why? DERRICA GRACE: Because it has less strength. INTERVIEWER: Why does the curriculum include guns? DERRICK GRACE II: Because violence can take
    place at anywhere in the world at any given moment. But I’m a firm believer if you have
    guns in your house and the educated mind is far greater than the wondering mind. So I
    think it is very much necessary that you both educate your children on guns and the gun
    rules and laws on whatever land you are on. DERRICK GRACE II: Listen Grace how many school shooters we have this year?
    DERRICK GRACE III: 45 DERRICK GRACE II: How many random shooters
    we had this year? DERRICK GRACE III: 255
    DERRICK GRACE II: If people got guns and children in their house they should do what with them?
    DERRICK GRACE III: Teach them about them. INTERVIEWER: Are you worried about their safety at all? DERRICK GRACE II: Oh, no, not at all, not at all, they are very, very mature for their
    age and when you actually take the mystique out of a gun, kids aren’t that much interested
    in it. It’s just like a toy, like they going to play with a toy for a little bit and then they going to be like, ‘Ok. I want a new one.’ DERRICK GRACE II: Oh what if I bought you this? DERRICA GRACE: I am gonna die if you bought me that. DERRICK GRACE II: You’re going to die if I bought you that? DERRICA GRACE: Yes, I’m gonna die, oh look at this Hello Kitty one. DERRICA GRACE: This be easy peasy. DERRICK GRACE II: A lot of shooting takes
    place after night or they take place after dark. So essentially what she has to do, she
    has to locate her round, I’m sorry her magazine in her weapon, chamber a bullet while answering
    questions from my curriculum. 3, 2, 1 go. Who is Huey P Newton?
    DERRICA GRACE: An African political activist a revolutionary who along with Bobby Seale
    co-founded the Black Panther Party in 1966. DERRICK GRACE II: What do Osama Bin Laden,
    Gaddafi and Saddam Hussain all have in common? DERRICA GRACE: They challenged the dollar
    bill of the western banks. DERRICK GRACE II: Are you a buyer or a seller?
    DERRICA GRACE: Seller. DERRICK GRACE II: Good job. DERRICA GRACE: I started using guns when I
    was 3 years old. INTERVIEWER: Were you scared?
    DERRICA GRACE: No. INTERVIEWER: Why not?
    DERRICA GRACE: I don’t know, but I wasn’t scared. INTERVIWER: Do the kids have their own guns?
    DERRICK GRACE II: Yeah, Derrick, Derrick has his own gun, he has the Uzi, the .22 long
    rifle and I’m going to buy Derrica a .22 long rifle as well.
    INTERVIEWER: A rifle for a six year old? DERRICK GRACE II: That’s typically how they
    say you should start. They say you should start them with rifles cause most handguns
    because they are so small and they pack a lot of power and recoil so a lot of children
    aren’t strong enough for handguns. DERRICK GRACE II: Now we are gonna work on that, you might not be quite strong enough
    for that yet. DERRICK GRACE II: People are doing the most weirdest things, they are shooting up Wal-Mart’s,
    they are shooting up movie theatres, eateries, like you could literally just go grab a soda
    and get shot. INTERVIEWER: In 2014, you had a shooting incident? DERRICK GRACE II: Yeah. DERRICK GRACE II: Tiffany, which is my youngest
    daughter’s mother, I was gonna retrieve her from her mother’s house but I remember her
    mother storming down the drive way and her son was there too. He swung one time, I just
    leaned out to the left and start firing out the passenger door, shot her, shot her in
    the hand and I ended up shooting him in the arm. It is a traumatic experience on both
    ends. Especially, when they are 2 feet away from you, you know you smell somebody’s
    flesh burning when you see the blood. My situation was self-defence. DERRICK GRACE II: I think it played a huge
    part in me not being arrested. INTERIWER: Don’t you think that if guns were illegal less people would be killed to
    gun crime? DERRICK GRACE II: No, I agree a 100%. But
    I think our country is so deep and far invested into that mentality, it would be impossible
    to get guns off the streets. DERRICK GRACE II: Big dawg time c’mon. Other way, other way, flip that clip. There you
    go, lock it in. There you go. INTERVIEWER: Is this their way of being protected? DERRICK GRACE II: Absolutely, this, this is
    definitely a way of preparing and protecting them. I have full confidence in my six and
    nine year old that should an emergency arise, we don’t get out alive, we definitely will
    put up a great fight. INTERVIEWER: If someone broke into your house, I mean, would you really want your kids to shoot them?
    DERRICK GRACE II: I will absolutely want my kids to take lethal action. No you can’t
    violate or force your way into this house at all. I would much rather them have the
    peace of mind knowing that you no longer exist than worrying about are you gonna come back or will this happen again. INTERVIEWER: People have made complaints about you. DERRICK GRACE II: Right oh yeah, got a lot of those. When the kids first started demonstrating
    with guns on the internet, it’s a part of the sheriff’s office, called ‘Child Protective
    Services’, and they came here, and they was like, ‘Oh we got a complaint. Can we come in? Can we look around? Can we interview your children?’ The answer to every question was absolutely
    not, you are not coming in, you are not gonna search, you are not gonna interview my children.
    We are exercising our second amendment. Have a nice day.

    Driving In My Car | Plus Lots More Nursery Rhymes | 55 Minutes Compilation from LittleBabyBum!
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    Driving In My Car | Plus Lots More Nursery Rhymes | 55 Minutes Compilation from LittleBabyBum!

    November 4, 2019


    (bell chiming) ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ Let’s buckle our seat
    belts and vroom off ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ We can go any place that’s close or far ♫ So many things to see ♫ Won’t you come with me ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ Let’s buckle our seat
    belts and vroom off ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ We can go any place that’s close or far ♫ So many things to see ♫ Won’t you come with me ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ Let’s buckle our seat
    belts and vroom off ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ We can go any place that’s close or far ♫ So many things to see ♫ Won’t you come with me ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ Let’s buckle our seat
    belts and vroom off ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ We can go any place that’s close or far ♫ So many things to see ♫ Won’t you come with me ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ Let’s buckle our seat
    belts and vroom off ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ We can go any place that’s close or far ♫ So many things to see ♫ Won’t you come with me ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ Let’s buckle our seat
    belts and vroom off ♫ Let’s drive in the car ♫ We can go any place that’s close or far ♫ So many things to see ♫ Won’t you come with me ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring ♫ The old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he ♫ Bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring ♫ The old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he ♫ Bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring ♫ The old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he ♫ Bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning ♫ It’s raining, it’s pouring ♫ The old man is snoring ♫ He went to bed and he ♫ Bumped his head ♫ And he couldn’t wake up in the morning ♫ Old Mother Hubbard ♫ Went to the cupboard ♫ To give the poor dog a bone ♫ When she got there ♫ The cupboard was bare ♫ And so the poor dog had none ♫ And so the poor dog had none ♫ And so the poor dog had none ♫ Old Mother Hubbard ♫ She laid in her bed ♫ Then suddenly felt a bump on her head ♫ She looked to the
    sky and to her surprise ♫ Dogs bones were pouring down ♫ Dogs bones were pouring down ♫ Dogs bones were pouring down ♫ Now Old Mother Hubbard ♫ She filled up her cupboard ♫ And gave the poor dog a bone ♫ And to her delight ♫ The dog took a bite ♫ For now the poor dog had a bone ♫ Now the poor dog had a bone ♫ Now the poor dog had a bone ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ And tidy up some more ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ Take your toys up off the floor ♫ When things get messy ♫ Gee up, gee up, gee up ♫ Collect up all your toys ♫ And tidy, tidy up ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ And tidy up some more ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ And take your toys up off the floor ♫ When things get messy ♫ Gee up, gee up, gee up ♫ Collect up all your toys ♫ And tidy, tidy up – [Man] Pick your toys
    and put them in a box, put them on the shelves, put them in their proper place. ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ And tidy up some more ♫ Tidy, tidy, tidy up ♫ And take your toys up off the floor ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Did you hear that sound ♫ Is it a monster that I’ve found ♫ There are no monsters
    who live in our home ♫ There’s only me and my family ♫ Who live in our home, ’cause ♫ There are no monsters that live here ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Did you hear that sound ♫ Is it a monster that I’ve found ♫ There are no monsters
    who live in our home ♫ There’s only me and my family ♫ Who live in our home, ’cause ♫ There are no monsters that live here ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Did you see that there ♫ Is it a monster standing over there ♫ There are no monsters
    who live in our home ♫ There’s only me and my family ♫ Who live in our home, ’cause ♫ There are no monsters that live here ♫ Hey you, boo ♫ Did you see that there ♫ Is it a monster standing over there ♫ There are no monsters
    who live in our home ♫ There’s only me and my family ♫ Who live in our home, ’cause ♫ There are no monsters that live here ♫ Little Miss Muffet ♫ Sat on a tuffet ♫ Eating her curds and whey ♫ Along came a spider ♫ Who sat down beside her ♫ And frightened Miss Muffet away ♫ Little Miss Muffet ♫ Sat on a tuffet ♫ Eating her curds and whey ♫ Along came a spider ♫ Who sat down beside her ♫ And frightened Miss Muffet away ♫ Little Miss Muffet ♫ Sat on a tuffet ♫ Eating her curds and whey ♫ Along came a spider ♫ Who sat down beside her ♫ And frightened Miss Muffet away ♫ The lion and the unicorn ♫ Were fighting for the crown ♫ The lion beat the unicorn ♫ All around the town ♫ Some gave them white bread ♫ And some gave them brown ♫ Some gave them plum cake ♫ And drummed them out of town ♫ The lion and the unicorn ♫ Were fighting for the crown ♫ The lion beat the unicorn ♫ All around the town ♫ Some gave them white bread ♫ And some gave them brown ♫ Some gave them plum cake ♫ And drummed them out of town ♫ The lion and the unicorn ♫ Were fighting for the crown ♫ The lion beat the unicorn ♫ All around the town ♫ Some gave them white bread ♫ And some gave them brown ♫ Some gave them plum cake ♫ And drummed them out of town ♫ The bear went over the mountain ♫ The bear went over the mountain ♫ The bear went over the mountain ♫ To see what he could see ♫ And all that he could see ♫ And all that he could see ♫ Was the other side of the mountain ♫ The other side of the mountain ♫ The other side of the mountain ♫ Was all that he could see ♫ The bear went over the river ♫ The bear went over the river ♫ The bear went over the river ♫ To see what he could see ♫ And all that he could see ♫ And all that he could see ♫ Was the other side of the river ♫ The other side of the river ♫ The other side of the river ♫ Was all that he could see ♫ The bear went back to the mountain ♫ The bear went back to the mountain ♫ The bear went back to the mountain ♫ To see what he could see ♫ And all that he could see ♫ And all that he could see ♫ Was the other side of the mountain ♫ The other side of the mountain ♫ The other side of the mountain ♫ Was all that he could see ♫ A B C D E F G ♫ A B C D E F G ♫ H I J K L M N ♫ H I J K L M N ♫ O P Q R S T U ♫ O P Q R S T U ♫ V W X Y Z ♫ V W X Y Z ♫ A B C D E F G ♫ H I J K L M N ♫ O P Q R S T U ♫ V W X Y Z ♫ See the little bunnies
    sleeping till it’s nearly noon ♫ Shall we wake them with a merry tune ♫ They’re so still, are they ill ♫ No, wake up bunnies ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop and stop ♫ See the little bunnies
    sleeping till it’s nearly noon ♫ Shall we wake them with a merry tune ♫ They’re so still, are they ill ♫ No, wake up bunnies ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop and stop ♫ See the little bunnies
    sleeping till it’s nearly noon ♫ Shall we wake them with a merry tune ♫ They’re so still, are they ill ♫ No, wake up bunnies ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop, hop, hop ♫ Hop little bunnies, hop and stop ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ Here we go looby light ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ You put your right hand in ♫ You take your right hand out ♫ You give your right
    hand a shake, shake, shake ♫ And turn yourself about ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ Here we go looby light ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ You put your left hand in ♫ You take your left hand out ♫ You give your left hand
    a shake, shake, shake ♫ And turn yourself about ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ Here we go looby light ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ You put your right foot in ♫ You take your right foot out ♫ You give your right
    foot a shake, shake, shake ♫ And turn yourself about ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ Here we go looby light ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ You put your left foot in ♫ You take your left foot out ♫ You give your left foot
    a shake, shake, shake ♫ And turn yourself about ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ Here we go looby light ♫ Here we go looby loo ♫ All on a Saturday night ♫ You put your whole self in ♫ You take your whole self out ♫ You give your whole
    self a shake, shake, shake ♫ And turn yourself about ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round ♫ Round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ The sheep on the street
    says you missed your bag ♫ You missed your bag ♫ You missed your bag ♫ The sheep on the street
    says you missed your bag ♫ All through the town ♫ The cat on the bus says mommy’s here ♫ Mommy’s here, mommy’s here ♫ The cat on the bus says mommy’s here ♫ All through the town ♫ The people on the bus go up and down ♫ Up and down, up and down ♫ The people on the bus go up and down ♫ All through the town ♫ The people on the bus say so pretty ♫ So pretty, so pretty ♫ The people on the bus say so pretty ♫ All through the town ♫ The wheels on the bus have
    stopped, stopped, stopped ♫ Stopped, stopped, stopped ♫ Stopped, stopped, stopped ♫ The wheels on the bus
    have stopped stopped stopped ♫ All through the town ♫ The bus on the road says how are you ♫ How are you, how are you ♫ The bus on the road says how are you ♫ All through the town ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ One a penny ♫ Two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ If you have no daughters ♫ Give them to your sons ♫ One a penny ♫ Two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ One a penny ♫ Two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ If you have no daughters ♫ Give them to your sons ♫ One a penny ♫ Two a penny ♫ Hot cross buns ♫ Miss Polly had a dolly ♫ Who was sick, sick, sick ♫ So she called for the doctor ♫ To come quick, quick, quick ♫ The doctor came ♫ With his bag and his hat ♫ And he knocked on the door ♫ With a rat-a-tat-tat ♫ He looked at the dolly ♫ And he shook his head ♫ And he said Miss Polly ♫ Put her straight to bed ♫ He wrote on the paper ♫ For a pill, pill, pill ♫ I’ll be back in the morning ♫ For the bill, bill, bill ♫ Miss Polly had a dolly ♫ Who was sick, sick, sick ♫ So she called for the doctor ♫ To come quick, quick, quick ♫ The doctor came ♫ With his bag and his hat ♫ And he knocked on the door ♫ With a rat-a-tat-tat ♫ He looked at the dolly ♫ And he shook his head ♫ And he said Miss Polly ♫ Put her straight to bed ♫ He wrote on the paper ♫ For a pill, pill, pill ♫ I’ll be back in the morning ♫ For the bill, bill, bill ♫ The farmer in the dell ♫ The farmer in the dell ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The farmer in the dell ♫ The farmer takes a cow ♫ The farmer takes a cow ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The farmer takes a cow ♫ The cow takes the pig ♫ The cow takes the pig ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The cow takes the pig ♫ The pig takes the dog ♫ The pig takes the dog ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The pig takes the dog ♫ The dog takes the cat ♫ The dog takes the cat ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The dog takes the cat ♫ The cat takes a mouse ♫ The cat takes a mouse ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The cat takes a mouse ♫ The mouse takes the cheese ♫ The mouse takes the cheese ♫ Heigh ho the derry-o ♫ The mouse takes the cheese ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, turn around ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the ground ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, reach up high ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the sky ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, bend down low ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch your toes ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, go to bed ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, rest your head ♫ Teddy bear, teddy
    bear, turn out the lights ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, say good night ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, turn around ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the ground ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, reach up high ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the sky ♫ Teddy bear, teddy
    bear, turn out the lights ♫ Teddy bear, teddy bear, say good night ♫ This little piggy went to the market ♫ This little piggy stayed home ♫ This little piggy had roast beef ♫ But this little piggy had none ♫ And this little piggy went ♫ Wee, wee, wee ♫ All the way home ♫ This little piggy kicked the football ♫ This little piggy slid fast ♫ This little piggy fell asleep ♫ And this little piggy he passed ♫ And this little piggy went ♫ Wee, wee, wee ♫ All the way home – [Man] This little
    piggy went to the market, this little piggy stayed home, this little piggy had roast beef, but this little piggy had none and this little piggy went wee, wee, wee all the way home. ♫ This little piggy drew some shapes ♫ This little piggy dressed up ♫ This little piggy counted numbers ♫ And this little piggy read books ♫ And This little piggy went ♫ Wee, wee, wee ♫ All the way home ♫ The elephant is big ♫ And the mouse is small ♫ The tree is big ♫ And the ant is small ♫ The boy is big ♫ And the ball is small ♫ The flower is big ♫ And the bee is small ♫ The earth is big ♫ And the men are small ♫ And that’s what makes us all ♫ The elephant is big ♫ And the mouse is small ♫ The tree is big ♫ And the ant is small ♫ The boy is big ♫ And the ball is small ♫ The flower is big ♫ And the bee is small ♫ The earth is big ♫ And the men are small ♫ And that’s what makes us all – [Man] The world is
    made up of many colours. Colours are everywhere around us. (train whistling) Let’s see if we can name a few. Are you ready? Let’s begin! Red, (soft music) yellow, (soft music) blue, (soft music) orange, (soft music) green, (soft music) purple, (soft music) pink, (soft music) brown, (soft music) black, (soft music) white. (soft music) (train whistling) (soft music) (train whistling) (soft music) Red, yellow, blue, orange, green, purple, pink, brown, black, white. (soft music) (train whistling) (soft music) (train whistling) (soft music) ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ Round and round ♫ Round and round ♫ The wheels on the bus go round and round ♫ All through the town ♫ Mia by the door says good morning ♫ Good morning, good morning ♫ Mia by the door says good morning ♫ All through the town ♫ The traffic light has turned to red, ♫ Turned to red, turned to red ♫ The traffic light has turned to red ♫ All through the town ♫ The bus on the road says so smoky ♫ So smoky, so smoky ♫ The bus on the road says so smoky ♫ All through the town ♫ The driver on the bus
    says you need a wash ♫ You need a wash, you need a wash ♫ The driver on the bus
    says you need a wash ♫ All through the town ♫ The brush on the wash
    goes splish splash splosh ♫ Splish splash splosh,
    splish splash splosh ♫ The brush on the wash
    goes splish splash splosh ♫ All through the town ♫ The wheels on the bus are shiny again ♫ Shiny again, shiny again ♫ The wheels on the bus are shiny again ♫ All through the town ♫ Open shut them ♫ Open shut them ♫ Clap a little clap, clap, clap ♫ Open shut them ♫ Open shut them ♫ Pat them in your lap, lap, lap ♫ Creep them, crawl them, ♫ Creep them, crawl them ♫ Move them to your chin, chin, chin ♫ Open wide your little mouth ♫ But do not let them in, in, in ♫ Open shut them ♫ Open shut them ♫ Clap a little clap, clap, clap ♫ Open shut them ♫ Open shut them ♫ Pat them in your lap, lap, lap ♫ Creep them, crawl them ♫ Creep them, crawl them ♫ Move them to your chin, chin, chin ♫ Open wide your little mouth ♫ But do not let them in, in, in ♫ The ants go marching
    one by one, hurrah, hurrah ♫ The ants go marching
    two by two, hurrah, hurrah ♫ The ants go marching three by three ♫ The little one stops to climb a tree ♫ And they all go marching
    down to the ground ♫ To get out of the rain ♫ Boom, boom, boom, boom ♫ The ants go marching four
    by four, hurrah, hurrah ♫ The ants go marching five
    by five, hurrah, hurrah ♫ The ants go marching six by six ♫ The little one stops to pick up sticks ♫ And they all go marching
    down to the ground ♫ To get out of the rain ♫ Boom, boom, boom, boom ♫ The ants go marching seven
    by seven, hurrah, hurrah ♫ The ants go marching eight
    by eight, hurrah, hurrah ♫ The ants go marching nine by nine ♫ The little one stops to check the time ♫ And they all go marching
    down to the ground ♫ To get out of the rain ♫ Boom, boom, boom, boom ♫ The ants go marching
    ten by ten, hurrah, hurrah ♫ The ants go marching
    ten by ten, hurrah, hurrah ♫ The ants go marching ten by ten, ♫ The little one stops to say the end ♫ And they all go marching
    down to the ground ♫ To get out of the rain ♫ Boom, boom, boom, boom ♫ Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep ♫ And doesn’t know where to find her ♫ Leave her alone ♫ And she’ll come home ♫ Wagging her tail behind her ♫ Little Bo Peep she
    searched for her sheep ♫ But didn’t much know how to find her ♫ She looked everywhere ♫ From here to there ♫ But still didn’t know where to find her ♫ Little Bo Peep she
    searched for her sheep ♫ But didn’t much know how to find her ♫ She looked everywhere ♫ From here to there ♫ But still didn’t know where to find her ♫ Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep ♫ And doesn’t know where to find her ♫ Leave her alone ♫ And she’ll come home ♫ Wagging her tail behind her – [Man] Hey, let’s learn shapes together! Are you ready? Let’s begin! ♫ Square ♫ Circle ♫ Triangle ♫ Rectangle ♫ Square ♫ Circle ♫ Triangle ♫ Rectangle ♫ Square ♫ Circle ♫ Triangle ♫ Rectangle – [Man] Square, circle,
    triangle, rectangle. ♫ Star ♫ Heart ♫ Oval ♫ Diamond ♫ Star ♫ Heart ♫ Oval ♫ Diamond ♫ Star ♫ Heart ♫ Oval ♫ Diamond – [Man] Star, heart, oval, diamond. (soft music) ♫ When the long hand points to the top ♫ The short hand points to the hour ♫ This is how we read the clock ♫ And this is how we know what time it is ♫ 1:00 o’clock ♫ 2:00 o’clock ♫ 3:00 o’clock ♫ 4:00 o’clock ♫ 5:00 o’clock ♫ 6:00 o’clock ♫ 7:00 o’clock ♫ 8:00 o’clock ♫ 9:00 o’clock ♫ 10:00 o’clock ♫ 11:00 o’clock ♫ 12:00 o’clock ♫ When the long hand points to the top ♫ The short hand points to the hour ♫ This is how we read the clock ♫ And this is how we know what time it is ♫ 1:00 o’clock ♫ 2:00 o’clock ♫ 3:00 o’clock ♫ 4:00 o’clock ♫ 5:00 o’clock ♫ 6:00 o’clock ♫ 7:00 o’clock ♫ 8:00 o’clock ♫ 9:00 o’clock ♫ 10:00 o’clock ♫ 11:00 o’clock ♫ 12:00 o’clock ♫ Five little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Four little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Three little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped her head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Two little monkeys jumping on the bed ♫ One fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ One little monkey jumping on the bed ♫ He fell off and bumped his head ♫ Mother called the doctor ♫ And the doctor said ♫ No more jumping on the bed ♫ Sunday ♫ Monday ♫ Tuesday ♫ Wednesday ♫ Thursday ♫ Friday ♫ Saturday ♫ Sunday ♫ Monday ♫ Tuesday ♫ Wednesday ♫ Thursday ♫ Friday ♫ Saturday ♫ When it’s time for me ♫ To cross the road ♫ It’s time to stop and wait ♫ I look left and right ♫ I listen as well ♫ Until I know it’s safe ♫ And I always walk ♫ I never run ♫ I always wait until a
    grown up holds my hand ♫ I never play ♫ I never cross alone ♫ I want to be safe each
    time I walk across the road ♫ When it’s time for me ♫ To cross the road ♫ It’s time to stop and wait ♫ I look left and right ♫ I listen as well ♫ Until I know it’s safe ♫ And I always walk ♫ I never run ♫ I always wait until a
    grown up holds my hand ♫ I never play ♫ I never cross alone ♫ I want to be safe each
    time I walk across the road ♫ Deck the hall with boughs of holly ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ ‘Tis the season to be jolly ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ Fill the meadcup ♫ Drain the barrel ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ Troul the ancient Christmas carol ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ See the flowing bowl before us ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ Strike the harp and join the chorus ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ Follow me in merry measure ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ While I sing of beauty’s treasure ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ Fast away the old year passes ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ Hail the new, ye lads and lasses ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ Laughing, quaffing all together ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ Heedless of the wind and weather ♫ Fa, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♫ Daddy finger, daddy
    finger, where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am, how do you do ♫ Mommy finger, mommy
    finger, where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am, how do you do ♫ Brother finger, brother
    finger, where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am, how do you do ♫ Sister finger, sister
    finger, where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am, how do you do ♫ Baby finger, baby finger, where are you ♫ Here I am, here I am, how do you do ♫ I love to share my teddy bear ♫ It’s great to share with you ♫ I love to share with all my friends ♫ It’s great to share it’s true ♫ Show someone you care ♫ And share, share, share ♫ It’s great to share
    with my sister and brother ♫ I love to share it’s true ♫ It’s great to share all of my toys ♫ And I love to share with you ♫ Show someone you care ♫ And share, share, share ♫ I love to share my teddy bear ♫ It’s great to share with you ♫ I love to share with all my friends ♫ It’s great to share it’s true ♫ Show someone you care ♫ And share, share, share

    Light Rail Expansion Opposition & Education Leaders/Laggards & AZ ArtBeat: Arts Collaboration
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    Light Rail Expansion Opposition & Education Leaders/Laggards & AZ ArtBeat: Arts Collaboration

    October 23, 2019


    20:30:21:17>>>Coming up next on “Arizona
    20:30:24:09 Horizon,” not everyone is 20:30:25:14 pleased with plans to expand
    20:30:26:22 light rail in Phoenix. 20:30:28:00 We’ll look at the U.S.
    20:30:29:01 chamber of commerce 20:30:30:01 assessment of Arizona
    20:30:31:03 education. 20:30:32:04 And we’ll hear about a
    20:30:33:06 collaboration between two 20:30:34:11 art groups in Scottsdale.
    20:30:35:12 That’s all next on “Arizona 20:30:36:12 Horizon”.
    20:30:37:27>>>”Arizona Horizon” is made 20:30:41:24 possible by contributions from
    20:30:43:12 the friends of eight, members 20:30:44:25 of your Arizona PBS station.
    20:30:46:15 Thank you. 20:30:49:09>>>Good evening and welcome
    20:30:50:20 to “Arizona Horizon.” 20:30:51:25 I’m Ted Simons.
    20:30:52:28 Phoenix is thinking of asking 20:30:54:02 residents to extend the
    20:30:55:11 city’s transportation sales 20:30:56:15 tax to help fund an expansion
    20:30:58:10 of public transit, including 20:30:59:28 an additional 22 miles of
    20:31:01:12 light rail. 20:31:02:20 We’ve heard from the mayor
    20:31:03:25 and others who support the 20:31:05:12 plan, tonight we hear an
    20:31:07:20 opposing voice, Becky Fenger, 20:31:08:20 chair of the group no tax
    20:31:09:19 for more tracks. 20:31:10:14 Good to have you here.
    20:31:11:29 Welcome to “Horizon.” 20:31:13:13>>Great to be here, Ted.
    20:31:14:29>>Plans to triple light rail 20:31:16:10 in Phoenix, why not?
    20:31:17:21>>Oh, my, I fail to see how 20:31:19:24 it’s a wise decision in any way
    20:31:22:23 to spend billions of dollars to 20:31:25:19 buy yourself more pollution and
    20:31:29:01 congestion. 20:31:29:13 See, I got into this almost 20
    20:31:31:23 years ago because I am a firm 20:31:33:20 believer in keeping sound
    20:31:36:00 science and public policy 20:31:39:23 formation.
    20:31:40:03 This whole thing on light rail 20:31:41:26 was sold as cleaning our air.
    20:31:44:09 You’ll get clean air. 20:31:45:17 And what we discovered when we
    20:31:48:15 went in to the bowels of the 20:31:52:12 environmental impact statement
    20:31:53:25 reports, is that actually it 20:31:56:25 will give us more pollution and
    20:31:59:03 congestion. 20:31:59:16 That is specifically pollution
    20:32:01:27 in the air, carbon monoxide, 20:32:06:24 carbon monoxide�–
    20:32:07:11>>Right. 20:32:08:21>>And�–
    20:32:10:00>>How does it�– if it keeps 20:32:14:02 cars off of the road.
    20:32:15:06>>No it doesn’t, it takes 20:32:17:07 about one car in 1,000 off of
    20:32:19:24 the road. 20:32:20:27 Anyhow, what it does is take
    20:32:22:24 all of these lanes of traffic 20:32:24:10 of roads and takes them away
    20:32:26:03 for the light rail. 20:32:27:00 It usually takes about three
    20:32:28:21 lanes to use for light rail. 20:32:30:03 All of that traffic that would
    20:32:32:10 be moving down the road now is 20:32:34:21 stopped because it gets
    20:32:38:18 right-of-way, you can’t make 20:32:41:09 left turns in many places and
    20:32:46:12 cars are backed up and they’re 20:32:48:29 idling.
    20:32:49:13 The very fact they said it will 20:32:50:25 clean the air when, indeed,
    20:32:53:07 although the number is small, 20:32:56:04 indeed it will increase air
    20:32:57:16 pollution and the congestion. 20:32:58:23>>So, you have air pollution
    20:33:00:13 concerns and we have to look 20:33:03:01 those studies up ourselves as
    20:33:04:27 well�– 20:33:05:06>>No, you don’t.
    20:33:06:25 I have the page number. 20:33:08:27 Boy, are we loaded for bear.
    20:33:13:06>>Has light rail in Phoenix 20:33:15:23 thus far been a bad thing?
    20:33:18:22>>Well, I certainly think so. 20:33:21:15 No city in which it is built do
    20:33:23:18 they get by without huge 20:33:25:17 deficits.
    20:33:25:27 The average operating deficit 20:33:29:00 of the 23 or so cities that had
    20:33:32:14 it was the average, $200 20:33:35:18 million a year.
    20:33:36:15 You will have constant 20:33:41:09 maintenance and one thing that
    20:33:43:10 is always�– not always, but 20:33:46:07 quite often overlooked when
    20:33:48:06 you’re talking about cost 20:33:50:24 benefits is they don’t factor
    20:33:52:24 in maintenance and operations. 20:33:54:06 For instance, Portland, their
    20:33:57:09 light rail is now 24 years old. 20:33:59:19 And light rail supposedly is
    20:34:02:10 supposed to last about 30 20:34:03:14 years.
    20:34:04:03 It’s already crumbling. 20:34:05:21 So, time flies.
    20:34:08:20 By the time you want to do 20:34:10:19 extensions, you are going to be
    20:34:12:06 rebuilding, and it’s double as 20:34:14:19 expensive to repair light rail
    20:34:16:27 that has been laid and is 20:34:20:09 crumbling.
    20:34:21:00>>Those who support light 20:34:22:04 rail, $7 billion, give or
    20:34:24:23 take�– $7 billion existing 20:34:28:09 line already, downtown has�–
    20:34:31:24 and development in midtown has 20:34:33:12 been helped by light rail.
    20:34:35:23 Are they wrong? 20:34:36:25>>Well, you’re wrong if you
    20:34:38:01 are talking about who has it 20:34:40:16 benefited.
    20:34:41:04 Has it benefited a lot? 20:34:43:04 It has benefited those lucky
    20:34:45:10 few for which this plan to tax 20:34:49:02 all of the people in Maricopa
    20:34:52:03 County, if you are�– or all of
    20:34:55:26 the people in Phoenix for the 20:34:57:03 half of a percent, one half of
    20:34:58:17 one percent that ride light 20:35:00:17 rail.
    20:35:01:01 And the very lucky developers, 20:35:03:00 those who own real estate along
    20:35:05:27 the planned lines or on planned 20:35:08:28 lines, if they have real
    20:35:10:13 estate, the bankers love the 20:35:13:03 bondings, and rock products
    20:35:15:08 love building it. 20:35:16:15 There is a few that make out on
    20:35:17:25 it, but the average person is 20:35:19:29 subsidizing it so heavily, and,
    20:35:21:17 remember this, right now 99% of 20:35:24:24 the travel is done in
    20:35:26:15 automobiles. 20:35:27:05 Cars and trucks.
    20:35:29:09 If we build all of the 20:35:31:13 extensions that the�– that
    20:35:35:22 they’re talking about building, 20:35:37:16 we will have with light rail,
    20:35:39:14 buses and everything together, 20:35:41:11 only one percent of the
    20:35:43:10 population riding on light 20:35:45:16 rail.
    20:35:46:02 And if you take�– I mean on 20:35:48:08 transit, and if you take light
    20:35:50:01 rail only, it is one half of 20:35:52:17 one percent.
    20:35:53:09 I had to correct�– you 20:35:55:13 mentioned it wrong that people
    20:35:57:08 who gave those numbers to the 20:35:59:08 city of Phoenix, did not equip
    20:36:02:16 themselves well. 20:36:03:16>>Well, but again�–
    20:36:04:26>>When they gave that two to 20:36:07:00 four percent.
    20:36:07:18 If we had four percent of 20:36:09:08 people riding light rail, that
    20:36:11:14 is one half of one percent. 20:36:13:03 That is off by a factor of
    20:36:14:18 eight. 20:36:15:02 Eight, Ted�–
    20:36:16:14>>I got you. 20:36:17:07 I got the numbers there.
    20:36:18:21 I think what the supporters 20:36:19:27 will say and what the mayor has
    20:36:21:07 said on the show and a council 20:36:25:19 member as well, yes, you have
    20:36:26:29 all of that, but that is 20:36:28:26 secondary to moving Phoenix
    20:36:30:09 forward, making Phoenix a 20:36:31:26 greater city, giving of the
    20:36:34:04 infrastructure a chance to 20:36:36:02 build around light rail�–
    20:36:37:22 rider ship already at 20/20 20:36:40:10 levels they say.
    20:36:41:02 When the ridership improves, 20:36:43:15 increases, you’re ready, set,
    20:36:45:16 go. 20:36:46:00>>If you double ridership,
    20:36:47:25 it’s still only going to be one 20:36:50:15 percent of people riding
    20:36:53:18 transit or riding light rail, 20:36:55:05 if you double the numbers.
    20:36:57:02 So, that’s like saying that I 20:36:58:16 have one boyfriend and now I
    20:37:00:29 double the man I’m dating in my 20:37:04:04 life and I have two boyfriends.
    20:37:07:02 You are talking with such a 20:37:10:08 pittance, yet they get for
    20:37:12:13 transportation, they get like 20:37:13:27 16% of the budget.
    20:37:16:06 I’m willing to give them one 20:37:17:20 percent of the transit tax,
    20:37:21:12 since that’s all that will ride 20:37:23:20 it.
    20:37:23:28 Do you follow me�– 20:37:24:25>>I do�–
    20:37:25:15>>Where is the morality of 20:37:27:21 taxing people, maybe a single
    20:37:29:08 mother, so that an attorney who 20:37:32:01 can make $400,000 a year gets
    20:37:35:23 subsidized most of his trip to 20:37:37:02 come down central and�–
    20:37:39:14>>That gets into the user tax 20:37:41:11 argument.
    20:37:41:21 We can get to that a little 20:37:42:29 bit.
    20:37:43:07 We only have a minute left 20:37:45:18 here.
    20:37:45:27 I want to go back to what I 20:37:48:04 talked about originally, with
    20:37:49:01 all of the development along 20:37:50:15 light rail as we see it now,
    20:37:52:07 would Phoenix be better off if 20:37:54:00 light rail had never been
    20:37:55:05 built? 20:37:56:05>>Oh, absolutely.
    20:37:58:13 They would be better off 20:38:00:19 pollution and congestion and
    20:38:02:12 then it’s your opportunity 20:38:04:15 costs.
    20:38:04:28 You have to prioritize. 20:38:09:28 Wonderful column where he says,
    20:38:11:09 look, when you have a limited 20:38:12:29 amount of money, priorities
    20:38:15:20 ties what you want. 20:38:16:16 You are well aware the
    20:38:20:21 infrastructure is crumbling, 20:38:22:10 our roads�– what do people
    20:38:23:21 care about most, potholes in 20:38:25:19 roads and getting where they
    20:38:26:22 want to go. 20:38:28:04>>I think�– supposed to
    20:38:30:19 address that�– 20:38:31:21>>No, it won’t.
    20:38:33:01 Light rail always sucks 20:38:34:24 everything away and what they
    20:38:36:12 end up doing people happily 20:38:38:13 riding buses which can move and
    20:38:39:24 are portable, can follow 20:38:42:10 transportation shifts, then
    20:38:44:02 money is sucked from the buses 20:38:46:29 and in fact they sued
    20:38:48:25 successfully in California 20:38:49:29 because light rail gobbles it
    20:38:51:25 all up. 20:38:52:24>>We have to let you go here
    20:38:54:23 we’re running out of time. 20:38:56:05>>I’ll be back.
    20:38:57:00>>In Scottsdale, you are 20:38:58:10 involved in efforts from
    20:38:59:15 keeping light rail from 20:39:00:12 happening in Scottsdale.
    20:39:01:15 You’re against this. 20:39:02:06 Would you support any light
    20:39:03:19 rail anywhere? 20:39:05:25>>No, light rail has shown to
    20:39:07:16 be a�– in all 23 cities where 20:39:11:01 it is has decreased the quality
    20:39:12:24 of life in everyone of them and 20:39:14:20 I have the papers to show that.
    20:39:16:24>>Thank you, Becky, for 20:39:19:03 joining us.
    20:39:19:22>>Oh, fun, Ted, fun. 20:39:30:26 MM
    20:40:21:08>>>The U.S. chamber of 20:40:22:07 commerce foundation center
    20:40:23:11 for education and work force 20:40:24:19 has a new report out that
    20:40:25:24 looks at the country’s K-12 20:40:26:28 education systems and
    20:40:28:01 identifies leaders and 20:40:30:29 laggards among the 50 states.
    20:40:32:01 Here to discuss the rather 20:40:33:18 sobering results for Arizona,
    20:40:34:22 is pearl Chang Esau, 20:40:35:20 president and CEO of expect
    20:40:36:18 more Arizona. 20:40:38:06 Education group.
    20:40:38:23 We have had you on before. 20:40:40:10 Good to see you again.
    20:40:41:20>>Great to see you. 20:40:43:00>>U.S. chamber of commerce
    20:40:44:19 with this report overall it 20:40:46:06 didn’t look that good for
    20:40:47:05 Arizona. 20:40:48:02 What’s going on here?
    20:40:49:13>>It’s certainly concerning 20:40:50:11 that our overall academic
    20:40:52:10 achievement score was a D and 20:40:53:16 also a D for achievement from
    20:40:55:00 low-income students in our 20:40:57:04 state.
    20:40:57:20 And, you know, when we look at 20:41:00:04 cause and�– readiness, we
    20:41:02:07 didn’t score so high and that 20:41:03:24 is a concern.
    20:41:04:29 The Arizona commerce authority 20:41:06:27 shared recently almost 90% of
    20:41:08:29 Arizona’s high growth jobs, the 20:41:10:20 kinds of jobs that we want in
    20:41:11:27 our state are going to require 20:41:13:14 more education after high
    20:41:14:24 school. 20:41:15:06 High school is no longer the
    20:41:16:20 finish line, and what the 20:41:17:29 scores reflect is that our
    20:41:20:07 students are graduating high 20:41:21:17 school unprepared for the next
    20:41:22:27 step. 20:41:23:15>>Indeed the academic
    20:41:24:25 achievement was a D. 20:41:25:27 Only 28% of 4th and eighth
    20:41:28:15 graders above proficient and 20:41:30:23 you mentioned low income and
    20:41:33:05 minority students. 20:41:34:26 Parental options, chamber of
    20:41:37:07 commerce gives an A�– why 20:41:40:06 aren’t they transmitting and
    20:41:41:29 transforming and making a 20:41:42:23 better academic achievement
    20:41:45:01 result? 20:41:45:21>>Yeah, it’s a great question.
    20:41:47:21 Always with these reports there 20:41:48:28 is so much of the story that
    20:41:51:13 you need to understand between 20:41:52:20 the lines.
    20:41:53:24 Letter grades certainly don’t 20:41:55:20 say it all.
    20:41:56:15 On the achievement side of 20:41:57:19 things, even though we received
    20:41:59:18 a D, good news is that Arizona 20:42:01:09 has made a lot of progress and
    20:42:03:18 in fact received high marks for 20:42:05:02 the amount of progress we have
    20:42:06:26 made since 2007. 20:42:09:01 There are students across the
    20:42:10:18 state receiving a wonderful 20:42:12:07 education.
    20:42:12:19 We have had nationally ranking 20:42:14:19 high schools just, you know,
    20:42:16:12 mentioned recently all over the 20:42:18:03 news.
    20:42:18:20 It isn’t that there aren’t any 20:42:20:06 good things on.
    20:42:21:19 There are a lot of great things 20:42:25:15 going on.
    20:42:26:00 When you look at a couple of 20:42:28:16 indicators you mentioned, they
    20:42:29:26 are illustrative of some of the 20:42:31:22 important steps we need to
    20:42:32:23 take. 20:42:33:13 We had a B on return on
    20:42:36:01 investment. 20:42:37:03 Generally speaking we’re pretty
    20:42:39:07 efficient. 20:42:39:24 If we fund education, we are
    20:42:42:00 likely to see outcomes. 20:42:44:02 I think that is a big part of
    20:42:46:00 the equation. 20:42:47:00 We’re one of the lowest
    20:42:49:06 per-pupil funded states in the 20:42:51:21 country.
    20:42:52:20 Dramatically cut funding for 20:42:54:05 education since 2008.
    20:42:55:23 We are in the middle of a court 20:42:57:05 battle now trying to get some
    20:42:58:09 of the inflation funding back 20:42:59:17 and we still haven’t gotten
    20:43:01:23 back to 2008 levels, pre 20:43:07:06 recession.
    20:43:07:18 We need to help voters 20:43:10:02 understand why education is so
    20:43:11:14 important to their quality of 20:43:12:11 life even if they don’t have
    20:43:14:13 kids in the school system. 20:43:18:01>>21st century�– you
    20:43:22:03 mentioned the fact the 20:43:23:13 inflation adjusted, that will
    20:43:24:27 be addressed by the 20:43:26:20 legislature, no doubt, unless
    20:43:27:25 the courts continue to make 20:43:28:25 that decision.
    20:43:29:19 But, again, lawmakers in 20:43:31:01 Arizona for the most part,
    20:43:33:02 elected lawmakers at the 20:43:35:20 legislature, fighting this,
    20:43:37:06 governor fighting this as part 20:43:38:18 of Arizona’s fiscal concerns.
    20:43:40:18 How do you transform, again, 20:43:42:01 those concerns into getting
    20:43:43:28 just getting up to a C from the 20:43:47:05 chamber of commerce regarding
    20:43:48:24 academic achievement? 20:43:49:25>>Yeah, well, like I
    20:43:51:09 mentioned, I think so much of 20:43:52:18 it is about building voter
    20:43:54:08 will. 20:43:54:20 Only a small percentage of
    20:43:56:11 Arizonans are parents with 20:43:57:19 school-aged children.
    20:44:00:24 A lot about educating voters 20:44:02:13 about why the quality of
    20:44:04:05 education system in their 20:44:05:09 community is vitally important
    20:44:06:14 to their economy but also their 20:44:08:17 local property values, crime
    20:44:10:05 rates. 20:44:10:18 There are reasons why everybody
    20:44:11:16 has to support education and 20:44:13:21 has a role to play.
    20:44:14:24>>Is that the nature of the 20:44:16:00 beast though?
    20:44:16:20 Because so many people here 20:44:18:03 have retired or so many people
    20:44:20:07 here don’t have children or 20:44:22:02 paid what they thought was
    20:44:23:21 their taxes and their dues to 20:44:25:11 school systems back east or in
    20:44:26:21 the midwest, that seems to be a
    20:44:28:16 common theme over the years. 20:44:29:27 How do you break through that?
    20:44:33:05>>We have to break through. 20:44:34:03 It has to be our top priority.
    20:44:36:02 We are worried about the 20:44:37:24 economy.
    20:44:38:08 We’re worried about jobs. 20:44:39:17 We’re worried about crime
    20:44:40:22 rates. 20:44:41:03 These are all issues that turn
    20:44:42:28 on the quality of our education 20:44:44:19 system.
    20:44:44:29 That’s why you see so many 20:44:46:10 business community leaders now
    20:44:47:27 stepping up. 20:44:48:13 You have seen business leaders
    20:44:50:08 engaging and supporting 20:44:51:11 education, and it is because it
    20:44:52:15 is a work force issue. 20:44:53:29 People have to make that
    20:44:55:02 critical connection that this 20:44:55:26 is about making sure that
    20:44:57:22 Arizona has a strong economy. 20:44:59:15>>And as far as teachers are
    20:45:01:00 concerned, and technology, 20:45:03:02 data, it seems like this was
    20:45:05:11 all floating around the sea 20:45:06:18 level.
    20:45:06:28 That can be better as well. 20:45:08:11>>Yes, it can be better.
    20:45:09:15 And I think�– I’m going to 20:45:10:27 hone in on the teacher issue.
    20:45:12:29 Arguably nothing more important 20:45:14:03 than a high-quality teacher for
    20:45:15:27 your child’s education and we 20:45:17:20 received a C in terms of our
    20:45:19:18 teacher practices. 20:45:20:22 I think that is a much bigger
    20:45:22:23 issue. 20:45:23:02 We have to think about the big
    20:45:24:15 picture of how we create a 20:45:27:09 climate in Arizona where we can
    20:45:29:21 attract and retain the very 20:45:30:25 best teachers from across the
    20:45:32:15 country. 20:45:32:28>>How do you do that?
    20:45:34:00>>When we are starting with 20:45:35:06 some of the lowest starting
    20:45:36:29 salaries of any state in the 20:45:38:03 country, that’s tough.
    20:45:38:29 And it is not just about 20:45:40:29 salaries, it is about teacher
    20:45:42:27 autonomy, about whether we 20:45:44:05 treat our teachers with respect
    20:45:45:29 and how they feel about being a
    20:45:48:13 part of the profession. 20:45:50:16 That’s a big part of it.
    20:45:52:04>>It is also about finding a 20:45:53:20 standard, education and
    20:45:55:06 achievement standard and 20:45:56:25 sticking to it.
    20:45:58:12 Common core does seem to be the 20:46:00:06 standard of the day.
    20:46:01:08 I know teachers and the concept 20:46:02:21 of changing to common core to
    20:46:05:00 something tells�– makes them 20:46:06:06 want to run down the street
    20:46:08:03 screaming. 20:46:08:13 We have to find something and
    20:46:09:21 stick to it. 20:46:10:14>>Yes, we really do.
    20:46:11:18 We are going to be our own 20:46:14:20 worse enemy if we continue to
    20:46:16:27 change things. 20:46:17:16 We adopted higher standards.
    20:46:19:14 Many schools have been able to 20:46:21:15 build a college and career
    20:46:23:12 culture around the�– higher 20:46:25:23 expectations for all kids.
    20:46:26:23 They have invested so much into 20:46:28:12 this.
    20:46:28:23 We have to stick with it. 20:46:29:26 We can make improvements and
    20:46:31:06 make it better, but we can’t go 20:46:33:00 back.
    20:46:33:18>>Indeed. 20:46:33:28 When the chamber of commerce is
    20:46:35:23 involved, fiscal responsibility 20:46:37:03 is always important to the
    20:46:38:07 business community. 20:46:39:04 Arizona gets a B as far as
    20:46:41:09 fiscal responsibility, pensions 20:46:43:21 being funded and these sorts of
    20:46:45:09 things. 20:46:46:02 I’m kind of repeating myself
    20:46:47:22 here. 20:46:48:06 I’m a lawmaker.
    20:46:49:10 You come to me with this 20:46:51:00 report.
    20:46:51:09 What do you tell me? 20:46:52:18 What are you trying to convince
    20:46:54:06 me to do? 20:46:55:03>>I would point to the
    20:46:56:16 indicators that show that we 20:46:58:14 spend our money well.
    20:46:59:15 We did well with return on 20:47:01:00 investment.
    20:47:01:12 We did well�– we are 20:47:03:03 efficient.
    20:47:03:15 We are a good investment and 20:47:05:03 that’s what I would say to our
    20:47:06:10 state lawmakers is that you 20:47:07:27 should invest more in education
    20:47:09:06 because clearly, you know, we 20:47:10:25 are able to produce an outcome
    20:47:13:16 and return on the investment. 20:47:15:15>>Anything in the report
    20:47:16:16 surprise you? 20:47:17:04>>Not a surprise necessarily,
    20:47:18:28 but I think one of the most 20:47:20:10 important things to call out
    20:47:21:10 was that we didn’t get a great 20:47:22:20 grade on, you know, our state
    20:47:25:17 assessment being a realistic 20:47:27:10 measurement of whether our kids
    20:47:28:17 were on track to be successful 20:47:30:03 after high school.
    20:47:31:05 And I think that is really 20:47:32:17 important to note because the
    20:47:33:27 state�– the good news the 20:47:35:09 state has taken very important
    20:47:37:01 steps to change the assessment 20:47:39:04 and we’re going to be rolling
    20:47:40:14 out a new assessment in schools 20:47:41:26 this year.
    20:47:42:20>>And that post secondary work 20:47:44:09 force readiness, that D, that’s
    20:47:47:03 glaring and something that has 20:47:48:00 to change.
    20:47:48:22>>Right. 20:47:49:09 A compilation of all of the
    20:47:51:03 factors coming together. 20:47:52:03 About graduating high schoolers
    20:47:53:29 ready for college and career 20:47:57:18 training and we know that is
    20:47:58:28 necessary for the jobs of today 20:48:00:13 and tomorrow.
    20:48:01:10>>Thank you for being here. 20:48:02:23>>Thank you.
    20:49:12:07>>>Tonight’s edition of 20:49:13:10 “Arizona artbeat” looks at
    20:49:14:06 an arts collaboration in 20:49:15:04 Scottsdale.
    20:49:16:04 The Scottsdale center for 20:49:17:03 the performing arts and the
    20:49:18:05 Scottsdale international 20:49:19:11 film festival are teaming up
    20:49:20:20 to share resources and offer 20:49:22:24 expanded film programs.
    20:49:24:07 Scottsdale international 20:49:25:11 film festival founder and
    20:49:26:24 executive director Amy 20:49:27:25 Ettinger is here to talk
    20:49:28:26 about the new collaboration. 20:49:30:02 Welcome to “Arizona Horizon.”
    20:49:31:16>>Thank you. 20:49:32:03>>This must be pretty
    20:49:33:15 exciting. 20:49:33:26 Talk to us about this.
    20:49:35:14>>It’s thrilling. 20:49:36:15 I’m ecstatic about it.
    20:49:40:24 I think the Scottsdale center 20:49:42:05 for the arts�– I have been
    20:49:43:20 working and nurturing the 20:49:45:03 Scottsdale film festival for 14
    20:49:47:12 years. 20:49:48:05 Infrastructure and getting it
    20:49:49:21 tweaked to the point where I 20:49:50:28 felt like we had this
    20:49:52:09 well-oiled machine is 20:49:56:23 culminated, and I thought, you
    20:49:58:07 know, now is the time to 20:49:59:18 approach the center for the
    20:50:00:21 arts and cultural council and 20:50:02:06 ask them if they would like to
    20:50:03:23 partner. 20:50:04:02 We had worked together
    20:50:06:12 informally on a project here 20:50:07:18 and there over the years, and
    20:50:09:11 they were very receptive to the 20:50:12:12 idea.
    20:50:12:25>>How does that partnership 20:50:14:10 help you?
    20:50:15:00>>Well, I’ve been working sort 20:50:17:03 of with a team of 130
    20:50:19:12 volunteers over the years, and 20:50:21:04 that’s good, but volunteers
    20:50:23:02 are, you know�– have a 20:50:34:17 resource base, people who are
    20:50:36:24 tasked to do things, PR, 20:50:39:05 fundraising, run a box office.
    20:50:40:25 There will be people, not just 20:50:42:08 myself and volunteers now, but
    20:50:43:22 people who are actually paid to 20:50:45:24 do those things and they do
    20:50:46:22 them well. 20:50:47:11>>And this will give you an
    20:50:48:09 opportunity to grow the 20:50:49:21 festival, in what ways?
    20:50:51:20>>Scottsdale deserves to have 20:50:53:00 a very high-profile film
    20:50:56:03 festival, and this is to a 20:50:57:24 degree within the
    20:51:00:28 marketplace�– I would like to
    20:51:02:15 see it expand beyond the realm 20:51:04:26 of the city proper.
    20:51:06:03 Film makers outside of the 20:51:08:02 market, international and
    20:51:09:21 global areas know the name 20:51:11:16 Scottsdale.
    20:51:11:27 I would like to get more star 20:51:13:07 power here.
    20:51:13:24 I would like to see more people 20:51:15:06 from outside of the market come
    20:51:16:23 as a destination event. 20:51:18:06 It started out as a little
    20:51:19:24 local homegrown thing for 20:51:21:18 people to do in their back
    20:51:22:24 yard, but I think the city and 20:51:24:22 festival deserve to grow.
    20:51:26:10>>Festival starts October 9th 20:51:27:14 this year.
    20:51:28:08>>Correct. 20:51:28:23>>Five-day festival.
    20:51:30:04>>Yes. 20:51:31:02>>Partnership started next
    20:51:32:20 year? 20:51:33:06>>The partnership starts
    20:51:34:17 January 1st. 20:51:35:11 We are holding our opening
    20:51:36:23 night at the center for the 20:51:37:27 arts, Thursday, October 9th.
    20:51:40:04 All day the 9th. 20:51:41:13 And then the opening night film
    20:51:44:05 is also there. 20:51:45:20 That’s one whole day of
    20:51:47:20 programming at the center for 20:51:48:21 the arts and then�–
    20:51:50:18>>When it comes to�– you 20:51:57:12 CURATE the festivals, what
    20:51:59:20 makes an international film 20:52:01:09 that you think fits in
    20:52:02:28 Scottsdale? 20:52:03:12>>That’s an excellent
    20:52:04:05 question. 20:52:04:13 It is not so much about whether
    20:52:06:03 or not it fits in Scottsdale, 20:52:09:12 it’s looking for a balance, and
    20:52:11:00 always has been between 20:52:13:14 ethnicities, religions, genres.
    20:52:16:17 I want somebody to sit there 20:52:17:21 and say I would like to travel
    20:52:20:15 to that place. 20:52:21:01 It took me a long time to break
    20:52:23:09 outside of the bounds of a 20:52:26:26 smaller film�– I finally
    20:52:30:27 started to bookend the festival 20:52:32:17 with Hollywood studio releases
    20:52:34:05 to bring in new audiences 20:52:35:14 because it was a way to lure
    20:52:36:19 them there to see the smaller 20:52:38:10 films.
    20:52:38:23>>Yeah. 20:52:39:07>>That’s what I’m always
    20:52:40:11 looking for. 20:52:40:24 With a five-day festival and
    20:52:42:17 50, 55 films, and 70 20:52:46:01 screenings, you can’t do
    20:52:47:02 everything but I certainly try. 20:52:48:17>>Are there films you look at
    20:52:50:01 and you go�– they’re just 20:52:52:00 going to love this one and it
    20:52:53:13 bombs. 20:52:53:25 And there are films, I guess we
    20:52:56:01 will put it on there and it 20:52:57:12 explodes.
    20:52:57:24 Can you gauge audiences that 20:53:00:17 well�–
    20:53:00:29>>No, I think I’ve at least 20:53:03:04 the audience that comes to this
    20:53:05:05 festival, I think I have them 20:53:06:25 pegged pretty well and I
    20:53:08:27 usually know what is going to 20:53:10:06 do very well and I usually try
    20:53:11:14 not to put in anything that I 20:53:13:02 think is going to bomb.
    20:53:14:21 There is always a film that 20:53:16:17 underperforms, but I know that
    20:53:17:21 I put it in there mostly 20:53:19:13 because if five, 10 people see
    20:53:22:01 it, it will be rewarding to me 20:53:24:02 that somebody will have seen
    20:53:25:08 something new and kind of eye 20:53:27:00 opening.
    20:53:27:12 But for the most part, what I’m 20:53:29:16 trying to do is to keep the
    20:53:31:07 people coming back. 20:53:32:15 So, I think to serve up a lot
    20:53:38:20 of films that are accessible to 20:53:41:02 different core groups of
    20:53:42:12 people. 20:53:44:02 Blocks programming, for
    20:53:45:08 instance. 20:53:46:03>>Basically, it is not�– and
    20:53:48:02 you don’t want to run the same 20:53:49:09 kind of film over and over and
    20:53:50:25 over again. 20:53:51:21>>No, not at all.
    20:53:53:19>>Harkens theater still 20:53:54:22 working with them?
    20:53:55:18>>Yes 20:53:55:25>>And that will continue after
    20:53:57:18 the collaboration? 20:53:58:16>>Yes, it will, they can’t do
    20:53:59:25 it without the harkens theater 20:54:01:18 because they only have one
    20:54:02:25 screen over at the center for 20:54:05:11 performing arts right now and
    20:54:06:09 we hope to change that. 20:54:07:09 I hope to do a film series that
    20:54:09:11 will ask throughout the course 20:54:10:13 of the year at the center for
    20:54:11:20 the arts, too. 20:54:12:15 That is part of the plan.
    20:54:14:00>>For a year-round event, 20:54:16:06 changes for you and the
    20:54:17:20 festival, what happens, more 20:54:19:07 programming?
    20:54:20:09 More festivals, what is going 20:54:22:09 to happen?
    20:54:22:25>>I have been doing a 20:54:23:29 discovery film series for them
    20:54:25:16 the last several seasons. 20:54:27:15 That’s sort of like a seedling
    20:54:31:09 for what I would like to see 20:54:32:21 happen, which would be to have
    20:54:33:28 a series of films that run all 20:54:36:21 year long that are maybe
    20:54:39:00 retrospective. 20:54:39:21 Maybe�– CSI, that is what they
    20:54:50:04 call themselves at ASU, center 20:54:52:25 for science and imagination,
    20:54:55:02 working on something that has 20:54:56:14 to do with Frankenstein.
    20:54:58:18 Frankenstein 100-year 20:54:59:29 celebration is coming up.
    20:55:00:26 That is the sort of thing I 20:55:02:18 think people can look forward
    20:55:04:04 to is us tapping into the 20:55:06:06 popular culture�– for an
    20:55:09:24 ongoing period of time plus 20:55:11:14 center for the arts celebrates
    20:55:12:26 its 40th anniversary next year. 20:55:16:05 We should do something around
    20:55:17:06 that. 20:55:17:17 And it will be our 15th�–
    20:55:18:28>>Congratulations on this. 20:55:19:27 Good luck.
    20:55:20:12 We look forward to seeing the 20:55:21:27 Scottsdale film festival
    20:55:24:01 expanding. 20:55:24:18>>Thank you.
    20:55:25:28 Scottsdalefilmfestival.com. 20:55:28:00>>Very good, thank you.
    20:55:30:25>>>Thursday on “Arizona 20:55:31:24 Horizon,” a debate on
    20:55:32:22 proposition 304, which calls 20:55:33:21 for state lawmakers to
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    20:55:44:15 I’m Ted Simons. 20:55:45:11 Thank you so much for joining
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    Halloween Family | Bob The Train Cartoons | Halloween Songs For Children by Kids Tv
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    Halloween Family | Bob The Train Cartoons | Halloween Songs For Children by Kids Tv

    October 21, 2019


    “Hey kids Let’s meet the Halloween Family with Bob the train.” Daddy Monster daddy Monster
    Dressed like Dracula I’ll scare you I’ll scare you
    Playing my viola Daddy Monster daddy Monster
    Dressed like Dracula I’ll scare you I’ll scare you
    Playing my viola “Daddy Dracula is so scary!” Mummy Mommy Mummy Mommy
    Wrapped up in white Do not run Do not run
    I don’t bite Mummy Mommy Mummy Mommy
    Wrapped up in white Do not run Do not run
    I don’t bite “I don’t believe Mummy Mommy!” Brother zombie brother zombie
    Are you hungry? Yes I am Yes I am
    Won’t you feed me? Brother zombie brother zombie
    Are you hungry? Yes I am Yes I am
    Won’t you feed me? “Umm sorry! I’ve got to be somewhere else” Sister witch sister witch
    Where are you going? It’s full moon Be back soon
    I’ll be flying Sister witch sister witch
    Where are you going? It’s full moon Be back soon
    I’ll be flying “Ooh! Sister witch and her broomstick!” Baby ghost baby ghost
    Where are you? Look behind You will find
    Boo! Boo! Boo! Baby ghost baby ghost
    Where are you? Look behind You will find
    Boo! Boo! Boo! “Whoa! The Halloween Family is scary but fun!”

    Happy Birthday Song | Original Song by LittleBabyBum! | ABCs and 123s
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    Happy Birthday Song | Original Song by LittleBabyBum! | ABCs and 123s

    October 20, 2019


    It’s your birthday! Happy birthday! It’s your special day! It’s your birthday! Happy birthday! It’s your birthday today! Oh happy birthday It’s your special day Happy birthday! It’s your birthday! Happy birthday! It’s your special day! It’s your birthday! Happy birthday! It’s your birthday today! Oh happy birthday It’s your special day Happy birthday! HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

    Help Shawn The Train teach the robot about colors! (Learn Colors!)
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    Help Shawn The Train teach the robot about colors! (Learn Colors!)

    October 20, 2019


    System is on.Learning colors mode: ONCannot detect colors. Hi, robot!Hello, Shawn! I was looking for you. I heard you like to paint.Yes, I do. But I don’t know my colors! Can you help me learn colors? Of course! Climb up on my wagon and I’ll teach you different colors. Thank you, Shawn. Look, I have fruits and vegetables of different colors. I have YELLOW lemons ORANGE oranges RED tomatoes PINK dragon fruit PURPLE eggplants BLUE blueberries GREEN apples BROWN potatoes and BLACK blackberries. Now you see how different things have different colors. My body is RED with GOLDEN trim my face is GRAY my smokestack is BLACK and you are SILVER.Thank you, Shawn.I see WHITE paint. That’s right, robot! I forgot to tell you about the color WHITE.WHITE color is my favorite! I hope you learned all of your colors.WHITE color is my favorite.I am tired. I am going to take a nap.I love to paint. Ok. You can paint something while I’ll take a nap. I love WHITE paint.I love to paint.I love WHITE paint.I love to paint. Oh, no! You painted everything WHITE. Let’s help the robot paint the colors back. Here are the colors I have: YELLOW ORANGE RED PINK PURPLE BLUE GREEN BROWN BLACK GRAY WHITE GOLD and SILVERLet’s paint. You have GRAY face, BLACK smokestack, RED body with a GOLD trim.And now let’s paint fruits.YELLOW lemonsORANGE orangesRED tomatoesPINK dragon fruitPURPLE eggplantsBLUE blueberriesGREEN applesBROWN potatoesBLACK blackberries Good job! Thank you, robot! I hope you know all your colors now.Thank you, Shawn. Now I know all my colors. And thank you too!