The Next Ask Dr. Hal Show features special guest, Mr. Lobo!
Sunday, March 14, 10 Eastern
Turning on the subtitles while children are watching television can double the chances of a child becoming good at reading. It’s so brilliantly simple and can help children’s literacy so much that we want to shout it from the rooftops!
There’s extensive global research that shows just how effective this is and with the help of our wonderful partners – including charities, companies and famous ambassadors – it’s our mission to share the results in this simple message.
So now, along with our friends at a number of leading charities and universities, we’re encouraging broadcasters, policymakers and parents to Turn on the Subtitles.
We need your help too. Please share this message with anyone you know who has children or works with children – this quick, free tip can help make TV time, reading time.
I podcasted a free, weekly, 15-minute reading and transcript from world literature bewteen 2015 and 2018. The archive was compromised a few years ago. I have just finished re-building the podcast. The original URL has been preserved, which will forward to the new location of the archive.
A Man of Letters
It doesn’t take much. It doesn’t take an ocean to drown, all that is needed is enough water to cover your nose and mouth.
It doesn’t take much to make your life better, either. Making your life better to any degree is, you just said it, making your life better. Holding out for making your life better completely all at once, or holding out for making your life better in one specific way and no other - these are just making excuses to avoid your own slack.
You can make your life better today.
How to Stop Shopping at Amazon
What if I told you that breaking with a cartoonishly evil company wouldn’t mean the end of free shipping and great deals?
Church of the SubGenius Members-Only MastoDobbs.