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"anna rees" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"This is President Trump and Sebastian is really a friend of mine. He's a great guy. He's been with me from the beginning. Listen to him. We all learn Thank you, sir. Thank you. Kindly to two stories. Juxtaposition here from the swamp Pope about the swamp. Muriel Bowser, the mayor of this suspect is It's so hilarious has now banned dancing. And standing at weddings, not just dancing. Standing at weddings. So what is happening? Couples are canceling. Why would you even want to have your wedding in D? C. It's like a war zone with a giant faints protecting Nancy and National Guard troops. It's either a ghost town with everything closed down or a war zone, and now you're not allowed to stand at weddings because Hope it is going to get you. In the meantime, this is from the daily White John Brown, the mayor of D. C. The aforementioned Muriel Bowser has bean added to the Democrat Governors Association. Did you get me? Did you hear that? The governor's because they think that she should be a governor of a state. Yeah, it zump kind of clay's I observe a status. But you know what they're doing. They're prepping the battlefield. They're prepping the narrative so they can just cut it when you know, watching. They're just gonna vote it in. Is it going to happen? We can't let it happen. We've got to push back. Push back on what the propaganda not just from the DNC, but from people who are I can't say it. He's meant to be a comedian. He's one of the most unfunny people on television. He's called Seth Meyers, and we're gonna show you a propaganda clip from a comedy show that could have bean Produced in North Korea to push their regime cut. Nine pick up a while, Joe Bynes seems to have checkmated Republicans with the strategy so shocking that never occurred to them. Doing popular things that people like thanks for buying administration's accelerator. Vaccination push new cases of covert are at the lowest point since the beginning of October. In addition, fighting stimulus package has provided Sparky promise. Look, look at some of these numbers. US gross domestic product. GDP hit 6.4%. That's the second best quarterly reading since 2003. Thanks to the stimulus, Americans actually have more money to spend the amount of money individual household has after taxes, increased 2.36 and brilliant all it. Can you stop it and just pulls it. Just a reminder. This is a comedy show. Let's play 1% in the first quarter. 2021 its president, Biden completes his 1st 100 days in office, A majority of Americans are more optimistic about the next year. That's according to a new ABC News Ipsos poll. Nearly two thirds 64% are optimistic about the direction of the country. Wow, optimism that is not a feeling Americans were used. You love that was I mean, that was I mean, that was like Peter sellers. That was like the best Pink panther. It was like that's a price The stein way. Not anymore. I mean, that was just took me back to the dead Parents skit from Monte, but I mean, just Huck. I mean, how does he do it? I mean that comedy. His voice had its do the voice, okay? Not funny. But it tells you that they're desperate. They don't even have a laugh track. Let's go Your cause that's gonna Judy in Brooklyn Line three. Welcome to America. First, Judy. My Dr Gorka, by the way, not Mr Gorka. Thank you. Have you got something to tell me, Judy? Short to absolutely you know, law stuff, guys on my mind, and I'm holding on like the fun it at least the sonic. She's a powerhouse. I once I was on the honor of being thrown up Facebook six times, but I did take something. Guess who answered my comments to love my comments supportive of her and everything, And she was begging for people to please help her with the funds because Hollywood against her went with the impeachment use fantastic. Gets a rancid Mike. My tweet loved it. Chiana reads actor Chiana Resi was so like, Turn up! What was the tweet? What was the tweet? Was supporting her and I was you know, I was calling. You never supported, at least of panic. Thank you, Anna Rees said good for you. He loved it and knowing that he then I went back to tweet back. I was shocked as I happened to be a fantasy is I'm not a fan of everyone home, but I am a fan of his. I was really shocked. And then he and then guess what, Anything you'll see. He's best friends are God and guns like it's just stuff you see in the video of him doing competitive shooting. No. Oh, yeah. Guns and God, That's his thing. Have you seen him? Shoot competitively? No. The guy is a machine. He went to Toronto Tactical, which made the the guns for his his movies. The What they call the or they called in a bunch of movies like John Wayne movies. Okay on instead of just saying it's gonna be C g I and blanks. He went to the manufacturers the costume shop and they trained him and he does. You got it. It's like a minute long. He does a competition shoot with handgun rifle and shotgun and the guys and Animal, Judy, absolutely martial artist, but that's one thing you gotta be. Hopefully a lot. You're gonna be a gun fire. You're gonna be gun guys. Well, so, but that's no white called. Why did you call No, no, It's a very conservative he's really got. You know, he loved material. I just wanted to put some of that and the other thing. We have to push back against feelin intimidation against police and everyone else. That's nothing. But here's what I'm calling about. I need your input. Okay. They want they want education of control as well. I want you to know And you know that you were like in charge of education. Your wife. Also in September, Dr Gorka, the powers that be want old schools to teach. Critical race theory, which to me is called is a war on north, according to him, according to WHO? Oh, I heard according the mandatory curriculum Now we want to have e need. I need the source Who said this? How I heard it. You know, I heard it on the line. Stand the line. That's too big. I need that news. Talk to Jeff. If you go to source I need to hear because the idea that you can mandate CRT everywhere. Way need to discuss that Mary Jacksonville line one. I I can't believe I got three. This is part of you. Thank you. Thank you for your patience, man. I'm no problem. I'm just thrilled. I'm here. I'm just suddenly goodness sitting here, Um A kick this in the CIA who has generalizing body thing. No one serving and a sensitive position like that. Just have a problem like that. That's where How about it come out. The other guys might be proud, proud of the fact that she's mental issues. Holy mackerel. Batman!.
"anna rees" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"I you know this is not a profit oriented a field. This is not where a wall street investors would find and he keen interest. Most documentaries are labor of love like all of your current events and issue oriented films and But you have managed to set up a business that has survived and thrived year and And that's not easy to do and because you always have to be looking for what's the next thing you know. What am i going to do. When i'm finished with this one and you've done that when you know i honestly. I think that there's two two ways looking documentaries and that is one is You do these passion projects in you. You hope to make a living right. You're not really thinking of it as a business but for me i knew going into your hand. The mouse was like a one off from me. I'm like i just want until the storm. My grandfather move onto features live action another things but when they just kept coming. I was like okay. I'm going to go down this road for a little bit. You know and i i also had My own business back then in high school and college. So i don't know if you know that i i started out as an artist and i had A little business painting. Christmas windows and Around town in burbank pasadena. Glendale and i got this early since sense of entrepreneurials business drive in so i was in high school i was i was paying. I was sending out. You know like. I had a little book with all my art mama pitchers in it and it was like a santa anna rees a snowman and this and that and they were like. Here's fifty dollars thirty dollars. I have a good door to door to door around town. And i would sell my art on stores and then go back pain it anyway. I was making more money than my teachers were making high school and when they found out were well art teacher. Sigler was not happy with me. She she's like more than me. And your work. You're going to school fulltime. You're running track. Your painting and you got employees.
"anna rees" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"But damn Chick fil A is good. Police say the 47 year old woman visited the location multiple times, posing as a federal agent threatening, threatening to arrest employees who didn't comply with her demands. S O. Police finally arrived to arrest her. And you know, you gotta give her credit continued to insist he was an agent saying she was she was talking into her shirt like she was talking into a radio and she was being handcuffed. And actually, you know how like police officers kind of lean into their shoulder. They're gonna CB radio or something right or Secret Service agents talking to the cough of there, so leave like they're talking to somebody she was doing that she was being handcuffed. And here at the hammer, Nigel, Show him, er we actually have exclusive audio of this arrest. I am an F B I agent. No man, any wild kind of sounds like key. Anna Rees and Patrick Swayze e a little bit tonight. Back. That was the Lady it Chick fil a in Georgia posing as an FBI agent. I love she was talking into her shirt where there was not a radio and I can't stress that enough. Like the arresting officers would be Like. Are you wearing a radio? No, And that's it. That's the end of the ball camp. It's the 93. W IBC mash up. More schools are moving online. This is what's happening. Grove community school, middle and high school students to virtual learning. Frequent updates. Beech Grove High School is also going virtual at the top and bottom of the hour have reached a very dangerous phase in the pandemic. Colbert Vaccines something new 90%. Effective. This vaccine, even if approved, will not be widely available for many months yet to come. The bottom line where a mass 93 double until the land of the free, it's free of racism. Well, why don't you see you join the movement for change? Y W c. A dartboard Flash until Justice just is UI bc mobile news.
"anna rees" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"We like we don't like a good twenty years of solid star. Trek academic just spoiled. We got spoiled. It was stale at that point or anything just everyone needed a break from. Yeah Yeah and the whole idea of the prequel idea of going back I. I don't know they can't get away from that now. There was also cheaper production wise to build the sets and all that stuff in because the technology analogy is like. Yeah much more. Lo Fi cheaper show to make so it would make sense a little bit. But no three that soundtrack Somebody put a cut together of the opening theme or look the opening like credits with perfect strangers theme song and it works so oh much better monitoring really works. It really works yeah. It's a little cheesy. I thought that was rod. Stewart singing that. But it's not you we wish Voyager theme or the perfect stranger for the voyage you beat the enterprise theme heavier. Yeah it it does it does. Yes Been Long Room Eddie here. Oh I think I've heard this time. mystifyingly theme song too familiar flying a good show that western song cringe. You could see Mrs in Anna Rees in.
"anna rees" Discussed on Filmhaus
"You only saw them an Oscar night. You only Clark Gable. Clark Gable wasn't going on. Johnny carson. Yeah. Maybe late in life who knows? But now we've moved into the hyper information age where social media is. It's now you have to be good onscreen and Oskar in your persona has to be twenty four seven and Kiana Reeves is interesting. I, I would actually theorize he's he seems pretty just regularly normal, good guy. But I think people are so fixated on him because he didn't really share any of that, that much he wasn't no one of those super open celebrities. He didn't choose the limelight. Knee didn't even put like a Leonardo. Dicaprio where like he doesn't really use the limelight either. But when you do see him, he's on a yacht. Banging supermodels, like Jonah Reeves is like when you do see him, he's sitting in a park bench eating sandwich. And I think he's also part of a group of actors, I think there's very few, you can probably put them in this category. But like the Arnold Schwarzenegger types, or Tom Cruise, or like Sean Connery, where after a while they just play themselves even like Denzel Washington to appoint like, but I think he Anna REEs is probably the most likeable of all those people are like when he's just playing himself even that what was that movie? Call me your maybe or whatever. The always be. Yeah. He there's a scene in that movie where he'd literally just plays himself, but it is a caricature of, and I think that's kind of what people want, like he can just walk into a movie. Oh, it's that character John wick during oats, canneries just and kinda doing his thing. You've seen like Bill Murray in Dombi land playing himself, Zachary by and blood festers, the blood fest playing. I would I would argue the cannery, maybe the start of his career dip a little bit more into the limelight. He's he had some high profile romances. He can look and see picture. Yeah. You can look and see pictures of him with partying with river, Phoenix. I would argue that maybe can't do is someone in his older age has been influenced by, you know, what's happened him over his life, tragic. Yeah. Honestly, tell us more. Do you guys know about this stuff? Yeah. His father left him when he was three, you know, kinda sad sister has been battling leukaemia for lost ten years. You're talking about river Phoenix, who has his best friend at the time. Had been in a couple of movies with them. Oh, deed on a coke heroin and valium, cocktail. The real tragedy comes in, when he had a stillborn daughter in nineteen ninety nine with his then girlfriend was Jennifer Sime, who's David Lynch's assistant, but Soviet is stillborn daughter after eight months, and then just about a year and a half later. Jennifer died in car accident, probably a DUI. She was on drugs for anti-depressants from that stillbirth. I'm sure right. But crashed into some cars went flying out of her car window and died. So a lot of tragedy and a couple of years, that seemed to humble the guy that that stillbirths happened right when he was filming the matrix to an ever since avoided serious relationships or the thought. Having kids does he say that. To you, admittedly. He had a tweet not too long ago where he said that ever since of voided the. We're real serious relationships for the longest time. He was the, the joke Hollywood, because he was, you know, it's the Bill and Ted guy. Let's put him in lamb. Stroke, her stroke. Well, there's this opinion he couldn't act with pretty prevalent. Yeah. I got I don't want to be total D bag. I don't think he's a great actor. I think he's a great character. Yeah. Yeah. So he hasn't really done it. Honestly. The, the I keep forgetting that in the movie. Sorry, be my maybe. Maybe he's actually really good in that. But then it's because he's playing it's a character..
"anna rees" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"anna rees" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"anna rees" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"The town's, but sit there with a big map and just throw darts censeo pay. They're going to be Jackson one night, then they're going gonna be in Houston. Then they'll be in Tulsa, then we'll have him go down to Baton Rouge. Yeah. Then the Dallas I mean it was it was long trips long threats or were usually travel that time with Eddie. Well, no, I was traveling with Johnny at I need, Johnny were together. And we used to travel with women gang. As a matter of fact. I love travelling, because his wife would cook sandwich sandwiches Israeli called sandwiches for Anna REEs derived with one man gang a lot of the time that was great. That was some Nelson fun times. And but yeah we should just reset the travel. I mean we've fly a little bit like he would give you a Valter or one hundred eighty dollars to fly to get toll for the for the TV KP every two weeks, where out of Baton Rouge or wherever, and you could do that, or you just take the money in, in drive it. You know about life on the road because this is you're talking eighty six right? Eighty six eighty seven or some you've been a year year and a half, two years in the business. And for Jesus Christ. Here's the thing you started when you're twenty one tonight, you're twenty three years, still a pup. So this has got to be just like our plenty games me. It was often a games until our journey. Hit my ass every night about one is how, how did Dr journey get introduced back in the day because as I was a fan of this, you'd I forgot her introduction, and our her liaison or a relationship with Dickey's later. Yeah, he had a relationship ridiculous later in Dickey broader, and, and then she ended up staying in Dickey left. And so then they had her manage missing light the scene likely to go up against me. Okay. Now as you were. Feuding with sunshine. He was taking you under her wing. I'll have chemistry and you go and to you wwl and it's dark journey, and she's pretty tough lady. Let me tell you. He beat my ass every single night, I would go out because I could never that was always tilt phone ever cry the dressing room, don't ever let them. See you cry. So I was hold on that Johnny, Johnny n n n Michael Hayes. Michael Hayes is Michael Hayes. We should travel with Michael warm water. Yeah. The they told me never let them. See you cry. I used to go out and just cry. Go get in the car in this cry. Because my knees hurt when she broke my thumb. She must've might TME my nose a main. She just she would hear the crowd screaming, you know visit has so much heat screaming, and she would just found the living frat outta me. And I'll never forget Colfer, he would laughing because my hair's were not exotic bald spot in the back of my head from her. Mike pool in my hair, and everything in like the boys, used to come out to watch us because they like, bitches urban five. You're gonna watch because they're gonna call tried soon many times going over to. Allege. Jake's, dad grizzard. Yeah. Grizzlies house in trying to show look when when we're when you Grammy by my hair, I'm going to grab your wrists now. Let me show, you what to do, and she it, it didn't matter. We would do like in fact then because TV tape in was every two weeks. We would do the same match in the towns around the and we have the same finish shouldn't say match. We'd have one thing like, okay, I've Pula leg. She chases me around to ring post I rolled and she rose in she doesn't get a hold of me. She almost gets me. I roll out every night. She screwed it up. I wouldn't pull a leg. She just start chasing me out of nowhere or either. I pull the leg. She wouldn't chase me or either. I roll in she'd role in beat my ass in giambra have to pull the I mean every it was like I, I don't understand this girl. What does she not get because I mean, they used to come to mate, and they would just say, hey, this is what you're gonna do. Blah, blah, blah, blah, and they'd walk away..
"anna rees" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Sunday must be four o'clock little after because here, I am. Hopefully, there you are and hope is on the other side today, high hope. Hi, welcome to be able to work at a Sunday. Oh, well, thank you for coming on and Carly's with their family day sister headed twins, a new if you knew that she's an awkward for the first time. She mentioned she has an aunty. But I didn't know all the details girls, and there are only two weeks premature okay for twins. That's usually most people don't carry them. You know, full full rights. Yes. So she's proud auntie. Oh, that's exciting. Lucky here. Twins. I'll tell you my you. My grand says in six months for three years and five years from Alaska understand with his until June first fourth and oh, good gravy. I was on your earlier there's times just like, I usually annoys polluted person. I've got scared of going on TV going on. And I go down to the barn listed on a and I just go. It's very entertaining. I'm sure. By the time. They leave. I'm gonna probably be twenty five. Grandma what? Feed the SS like, okay. So. Yeah. So then they call me crazy chicken lady because I got chickens. I trade my chickens. There's twenty five of them. There are different assorted kinds of, sir. Brahmos air, Khanna's Sussex. What else do I got says? Oh, black lace or lace at anyway. So when they're young I would come in there with it looks like for bladder is called steamboats. It looks like the smashed all that unique quick rose. Right. Hey, come in there. And they would pick out of my my scoop, you don't get the. So if you show them scoop, they get hysterical because they think here comes from treats. Okay. Because what I would do is. I'll sit down a care, then they some Landon my lap on Alannah my chair, you no one will end on my shoulders. So I looked like this crazy kickin radio. All these tickets. Go nuts trying to get some some old side of the scoop here. So as the boys were just kind of like, just laughing hysterically. You're crazy lady. Thank you. Sounds like they're having fun. So anyway, so hopefully, you guys you're out here, you're gonna call in some questions as me and hope here, so hopefully, we can we can help you. It was Burke for life down in berkers up in in bayport, a fundraiser for the American Cancer Society. And we did it is not the it's not the final final total close. What we did up till yesterday. Three yesterday, we raised twenty nine thousand dollars. So we want our sponsors like new sources, a huge sponsor and cedar pet clinic is a huge Bonsor and Brockman, I don't know what they're called Brockman their delivery kind of thing. Anyway. So, but all the other sponsors, you know, there's those are the big ones and angel pet world. Yes. She's awesome. As so anyway, so yeah, we had a grand time. Perfect day started kicking up about eleven thirty in the morning or the ten things when they. One broke one day salvage. So it was a twenty nine thousand dollars last year. We did eighteen thousand and so yes. That's awesome. New people come on board that are media swampy. Hey word of mouth. Oh, it is. So and then also then tomorrow Monday may thirteenth. I'm going to be on twin cities live you can tune in between three fifteen and three forty five is one I'm usually on. And we're going to do it a second chance rescue. They have got. Well, I've only bring is to dogs wanna adopt together. Okay. But the one dog is really kind of very shy when she's outside of her box. Even when she's with the other one. Okay, she's a little bit more of a nervous dog. And so I could see her getting startled and then barking the whole time on TV. Well, a lot. Gonna take one and great khloe might think I'm taking as so we'll have khloe, but we need to adopt them together. On my Facebook page, Katie canine Facebook page, I have a pitcher if you scroll down and anyway, so I'm going to be twin cities live anytime between three fifty three forty five tomorrow. So to me in and let's see I think that's about it for announcements. So anyway, so. Today is mother's day. Had sure is it'll mother's day. Whether you're a mother of two legged or four legged or fish, or whatever you everybody has a mom somewhere along down there and mother's day is a celebration honoring the mothers of family as well as motherhood material bonds and influence of mothers and society, it is celebrated on various days in parts of the world. Most commonly in the month of may March or may I wish I did not know that and then also the folder Jarvis. Let's see did it derby Etta. Jarvis edit Jarvis is the one that started mother's day in honor of her mother, and it was held. She held him a memorial service for her mother at Saint Andrews Methodist church in Grafton, West Virginia, as they need saying Andrew's Methodist church now holds the international mother's day shrine and her campaign to make mother's day recognize holiday in the United States began in nineteen zero five and that was the year that her mother, Anna REEs Jarvis died. And energy, Anna. Jarvis had been a peace activists who cared for soldiers on both sides of the American war and created mother's day work clubs to address public health issues than Anna Jarvis wanted to honor her mother by continuing to work, she started and she wanted to set a day to honor all mothers fans, because she believed mother is a person who has done more for you than anyone in your world. So people that are strained with for, sir. And only question I can say to you folks out there, you know, being that I am getting older is I lost my mind ninety nine to well started out breast cancer metastasized. And so she from the time she had diagnosed so when she left with putting her year, but the thing is people were they are estranged from their mom, and I know this love is. I know some have a love hate relationship. They have no relationship. The only thing I have to ask you all is that if your mom lease dies. Would you go to her funeral? And if you say yes to this then you're hypocrite, and the thing is is that you should not go see her when she's dead. If you're not willing to talk to her now, then you don't deserve to go to her funeral, and that's their I I've gone. I've had a couple of girlfriends at that has happened to okay restrained. She's turned their mom, and I asked them that question. And so and then I called him on it. I said if you you you don't deserve to go to that funeral because why would you go and and more? Her in her death when you weren't even here to be part of her life. And so that's why so people out there, if you're in a strange from your mom, you know, my my oldest sister, and I we always had kind of ruffled waters. My mom was really a good mediator. And she said, you know, yes, I grew up in a Kathy. I only turn Katie when I was bartending. You're not a Kathie, Katie. Call me, whatever, you know. I'm Kathleen, actually, okay. Did not now. So anyway, so she'd cook Kathy she said, you can use your sister older sister, you can be in the same room because my mom is a big deal for my mom to have with. There's five of us kids have a small there. Yes. Because she was or her brother was killed in the in the war. So she was only child my dad was only child and so family was very special shirt at anyway. So so she says, you know, you don't have to strike up a conversation trying to serve the world problems. You could be in the room and say hi, be cordial play games. You know, you, you know, you have to put it aside. You just have to put it aside because you're never going to solve it. Because there's always going to be well, then you then you then you're always gonna. And the whole gets deeper and deeper as so when does it end, and then when somebody dies, and then you do the woulda shoulda cut his should've forgave. I should've talked to him I should have. And we're a longtime dead. So that's why I appeal to all you folks out there. Whether it's a mom or a dad, you know, you need them, and mama specially. But boy, I'll tell you what my my honestly, Pete. I have never seen gotten so many cards. I mean, every time I for two weeks after she left. I got the mailboxes like full of cards people when my dad left. Yeah, I got some but nothing like when my lounge, and then when my brother left, you know, he committed suicide in two thousand twelve got a Butler too. You know, just really really makes my IQ. I kept every card so hard for mom dad and from David every one of my not because I sit down there and just kind of go through them. Sometimes people carried about me enough to send a card. You know what I mean? And so and then also to write a little note in there say, you know. With you your name. Yeah. You'll right. A little a little memory about that person, sir. So that they're make me smile. Like, my mom and dad were always way. Cool. Everybody loved my mom. Well, that folks your folks, you know, what anybody can be nice go out and have coffee in a public area..
"anna rees" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"House. But it's the bad news is it's almost if not sold out. Yeah. They actually tried to get her to do the second night. And I'm convinced they could sell a second night. Right. But you wouldn't do it blown up hadn't? She. She's she's she's big. I mean, she so is that also August when is when is it's all part of music music week is from August twenty third to September two. Gotcha. So it takes you from the closing of the opera that last weekend of the opera right through Labor Day weekend. Includes as over celebrating the entertainment for job is yet to be announced. I've never seen them of you the yet to be announced. Yeah. They're around a lot. Okay. You hear about them a lot? But it's hard to see them having. Yeah. I picked up on that good. And then we we we're putting together the program that's going to be on the bandstand Brazil, be music. It looks like maybe the red Elvis's will be here on the Saturday. Okay. Which would be really kind of fun. They're doing a gigging in Las Vegas, Nevada. Jimmy Gilmore stop fireballs were here last year. Jimmy gilmer is going to be part of the bandstand. The regular bandstand, right? And then we're, of course, the platinum music awards are on the Friday Friday night. It's either Friday or Saturday night. I guess it is of the the very beginning of music week. Okay. And and we hope to some of the honorees, maybe we'll be able to use them on the bandstand a couple of times because I don't know if you've been to the platinum uses awards, but they do entertainment, but guess, but it's not the recipient entertain Joe west or. Yeah. Johnno Manson honoring one of the honorees, which is a lot of fun. The entertainment is terrific. But the idea maybe if the Anna REEs are in the music business, they they're performing. We could have them on the vans following it'd be yeah. So it'd be fun to try to do that try to incorporate that the Lee Burke word this year goes to Candyman strings and things with. Yeah. They're really excited, and we'll be doing the show. There on the thirty first Friday thirty first because they're also turning fifty years old. Oh, that's really cool of this thirty first what me of me. Oh, wow. Mayor will be there are secretary of department cultural fares will be there. David Schwartz from the plan to music ores. So we're gonna and we're working on a. Jeff bridges, really because he's he's a customer of theirs is the big time customers supporters of Candyman. Well, I invite me to be there to Jeff and his horse. Though Percy wrote in. Right. That's called him. What Apollo or something? I don't know. Anyway. Yeah. Anyway. So that's all right. So now, the really cool thing is you've gone from music week right now, you're going to be doing we're going to other weeks. This year will be introducing art week. We are we are weak is going to be July twelve to twenty one. So it starts the weekend of international folk, art market. We know that's going to be full. And then the following weekend is art Santa Fe, the annual art show that happens at the convention center. The ideas use those as the book ends of art week, and then on the interim we've got about sixty five events that have already been scheduled for the Sunday through Thursday events at galleries as I as I said to the galleries each event is not big enough to bring people in. But when you pile sixty of them together. It really is going to be an attraction. So the mission here is to get people who come for international folk art market to stay longer or if they're coming in for the art Santa Fe to come in earlier. And so that's going to be and and on Wednesday of that week. Which would I think be July seventeenth there'll be an art crawl on canyon road and an art and wine crawl and you'll be able to literally get a glass of wine and walk from gallery gallery. Like they did in the old days of dangerous. You could end up spending your entire kids. Inheritance with glass of wine and art in a glass of free wine. There you go. We're not even charging for the one. All right. If people want to be in it, if they're going to be me me me me. Can I get my gallery in it? Can they still, of course of contact you? Yes. And or the there's an art week website now that Santa fair week that they can go on and register an event as well. Okay. Still room still, oh, there's there's room until it's over. I mean, this is we want these weeks the this whole week series to you know, we already have film week we already have restaurant week. So now music week came in last year are week this year and next year. The intent can we now know that we sure can there's a nonprofit group that's putting together lit week which literature week, right? But they want to call it lit week. I guess in honor of Colorado, but it's lit week. Okay. We still get lit get lit. Okay. No. And so it'll be all about obviously book. We just sounds a little bit boring so lit week sounded a little more fun. And so it'll be but it'll be authors. Poets native storytellers it is a storytelling week. And that's and that'll be a little bit of shorter week. That'll be a Tuesday through the weekend. The last weekend of April in twenty twenty. Okay. And few towns of size of. Of Santa Fe with all the amenities that we have sport, the number of incredible authors, we have I mean, you know, you could start with George, but you know, Doug, Preston bazillion books. He south Hampton sides, you know, and growing every year and his popularity in the work. He's accumulating, you know, Michael mcgarity in the great authors. We don't even know about it will be absolutely all these great fiction on James McGrath. Moore's one of the best biography writers on the planet poetry. We're going to include in bookstores and booksellers and all that possibly as. Well, absolutely. All of the great addition. We think it's going to be a lot of fun. And then so then we'll have one two three four five specialty weeks at night, the whole concept of this is to build a week around each of the pillars that make Santa Fe. So fun really giant events. We have here like wine and your Spanish marketer Indian market or the opera as right, right? But each one of those head they're starting time. So I hope twenty years from now this series of weeks. We'll be as big as as the ones you just mentioned every one of those the opera was a startup at one time international folk art market was a startup, and it's only twelve years old. I think now it is it has been the the one that's on an absolute trajectory on a tear back rainy Randall. So she is coming next year. No, actually in August or name is Casey most graves, but it's already either sold out or darn close. And what gritty expensive few tickets that are left. If you've got a good cheap ticket Randy need one. They can't even afford to go to his own event..
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"Hello. I'm Anna REEs, and I'm Laurin Vogel bomb, and our show foodstuff all about these islands history and culture food drink is relaunching as saver re along with our super producer Dilling Fagin are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things we like to eat and drink. We will be talking to the culinary creators and eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we like. And how we can find more of those things on our first trip. We went to Asheville North Carolina a city that pulled itself out of a seventy year, economic depression with beer and food. New episodes will be coming out Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts. Welcome to this day in history class from how stuff works dot com. And from the desk of stuff you missed in history class. It's the show where we explore the past one day at a time with a quick look at what happened today in history. Hello and welcome to the podcast, I'm Tracy v Wilson and it's November twelfth. But how LA the founder of the Baha'i faith was born on this day in eighteen seventeen. I've also heard his name pronounced slightly differently. Among adherents, he was born in Tehran, Iran and from birth. His name was Missouri Hussein Ali he was born into a noble family, and he was known for his skill as a horseman at a poet. He also was an excellent calligrapher he had very little formal education as we might think of it though. And that was really typical for a young man of his station at the same time. He was known to be very bright and very intelligent and knowledgeable about all kinds of subjects including having an extensive knowledge of Islam. He was also known for being very compassionate, especially when it came to matters of injustice, he got married at the age of eighteen and he would take other wives as well later. On his life. He was expected to be a civil servant like his father was and after his father's death. He was offered a position. But he turned it down. He really thought there was too much corruption and materialism and the civil service he preferred to try to make a modest living managing the property that he had inherited when his father died, and he also wanted to use what he did have to help other people as much as he could he became known as the father of the poor by the time. He was in his early twenties when he was twenty seven he learned of a young man who was known as the bub, which is Arabic for the gate or the gateway people believed that the Bob was a messianic figure a figure who was intimidated among Shia Muslims and the Bob also heard of Baha and sent him a scroll. We don't know. Exactly what this scroll said. But whatever it did say it had a dramatic effect on him. And he became one of the Bob's followers who call themselves bobby's in eighteen. Nine forty eight Bala who hadn't yet taken. This name was arrested and punished for following the Bob then the Bob was executed in eighteen fifty for treason. A lot of his followers are also killed at this time and Baha became his successor. The two of them had never met in person, but they had corresponded extensively and before his execution. The Bob had sent beheld all of his papers two years later, though, the how was falsely charged in a plot to kill the Shah of Iran, and after that he was imprisoned in Tehran and a police called the black pit while he was imprisoned. He had divine revelation that he was the prophet that the Bob had been foretelling after his imprisonment how low was banished. It was the first of a series of banishments. He started out going to Baghdad and then to Constantinople then Adrian OPEL where he survived an attempted poisoning at the hands of his half-brother after about ten. Ten years in Baghdad in eighteen sixty three beheld the publicly declared himself to be the divinely chosen leader. The Bob had previously for told. It was coming says first public declaration of this. He was a messenger from God and a manifestation of God and this led to sectarian violence. He was banished once again from the Ottoman empire. And he was sent to Aker in what's now, the north west of Israel, which was at the time a prison city of the Ottoman empire. Imprisoned to there though, he started expanding his teachings and those the Bob into the religion. That is now known as behi- he wrote religious texts there and developed a following as he was gradually allowed more freedom and more people were allowed to come into Acker and see him a core. Part of the behi- faith is that God has revealed himself to humanity throughout history through a series of messengers. And each of these messengers has. Founded a religion these messengers include Abraham Krishna Zoro, Astor Moses, Buddha Jesus and Mohammed so Bhave, which means glory of God in Arabic, and is the name that he took for himself is the most recent in these series of holy messengers that are central to the behi- faith, but Howlett lived in Aker for the rest of his life. And today that is the behi- holy land. He died in eighteen ninety two and his eldest son became his successor in his work and his teachings. Thanks to Eve's Jeffcoat for her research work on today's podcast, and thanks to Casey, p Graham and Chandler maze. For their audio work on the show. You can subscribe to this day in history class on apple podcasts, Google podcasts and wherever else to get your podcasts, and you can tune in tomorrow for one of history's many bloody days. I'm Katie golden. I studied psychology and evolutionary biology at Harvard, and I pretend to be a bird on Twitter in my new podcast creature feature. 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"Hello. I'm Anna REEs, and I'm Laurin vocal bomb, and our show foodstuff all about these islands history and culture food and drink is relaunching as saver re along with our super producer Dylan Fagin are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things we like to eat and drink. We will be talking to the culinary creators and eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we like. And how we can find more of those things on our first trip. We went to Asheville North Carolina a city that pulled itself out of a seventy year, economic depression with beer and food. Neil episodes will be coming out Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts. Welcome to this day in history class from how stuff works dot com. And from the desk of stuff you missed in history class. It's the show where we explore the past one day at a time with a quick look at what happened today in history. Hello and welcome to the podcast, I'm Tracy v Wilson, and it's October twenty six the shootout at the OK corral happened on this day in eighteen eighty one in tombstone, Arizona tombstone and they teenagers was a BoomTown. Thanks to the discovery of silver there in eighteen seventy nine. The name reportedly came from a warning the only thing you're gonna find in those hills is our own tombstone people. I mean, people did find their own team stone, but they also did find silver with this silver discovery. The population of tombstone grew to about seven thousand people in the span of two years up from basically one hundred people before that. And as was true of so many other boom towns tombstone had a reputation for lawlessness. There were lots of saloons and brothels and lots of fighting and lots of people rustling one another's livestock. The herb family were part of the law such as it was in tombstone. Why at our Pugh had been a police officer in Kansas works. Security as at a saloon. It was also the deputy sheriff his brothers Virgil and Morgan were stage coach guards and Virgil was also a deputy US marshal. They all had a reputation for being pretty ruthless. Sometimes maybe being more focused on power than on actually enforcing some kind of law, and then on the other side of the equation where the Cowboys they were part of the town's criminal element. They included I and Bill Clinton, and Tom and Frank mcclary. They were all particularly notorious and a lot of times they were grouped together as the Clinton McLaren gang. There was ongoing back and forth. Between the herbs representing the law in the Clinton McCoy gang represented outlaws in the months leading up to this shootout, some of this was the herbs as law enforcement hunting down the Clintons or the McLarens being conjunction with some kind of crime. Sometimes though, it was the two sides really just trying to get the upper hand over the other one in general because whoever had the most power was really going to control what happened in tombstone there. There was also some shady under the table dealing going on between the two sides, either as a genuine effort by the herbs to get information from the Cowboys or maybe as a covert effort by one side to set the other side up. Sometimes it's not really clear tangled up in all of this was sheriff John Behan wider pit wanted to be sheriff. That was a position that was appointed. When he realized how much the governor favored Behan he had pulled out of the race under the idea that Behan within give him a lesser appointment of some sort which did not pan out. There also suspected at various points that Behan was in cahoots with Cowboys all of this descended into violence in October of eighteen eighty one both sides had been trading insults and death threats and sometimes fisticuffs over about twenty four hours leading up to the shootout after I Clinton and Tomek lari came into tombstone to buy some supplies the herbs and their friends dot holiday saw the Clintons the McLarens and Billy Claiborne near. Fremont street into m- stone that was near but not inside of the ok corral. The sheriff told the herbs with these other men were on their way out of town. But the herbs were spoiling for a fight. And it is not clear who fired the first shot, and I Clinton and Wyatt urp gave completely different versions in their testimony. But in the end, Billy Clinton, and Tom and Frank mcclary were all shot. Tom was killed immediately. And billion Frank died. Not long after Virgil and Morgan urban doc Holliday were all shot as well, but survived the sheriff arrested the herbs and dot com today, and they were all charged with murder, but the Justice of the peace later found that that homicide was justified. You can learn more about all this in the September fourteenth two thousand nine episode of Steffi missing history class and thinks tar Harrison for her audio work on this podcast. You can subscribe to this day in history class on apple podcasts, Google podcasts and wherever else to get your podcast. You can tune in tomorrow for an executive order that led to massacres. This is our Yana huffing gun. And I'm here to tell you about the thrive. Global podcast what I see down with some of my favorite people to find out. How the thrive in all parts of their lives. 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"Hello. I'm Anna REEs, and I'm Laurin vocal bomb, and our show foodstuff all about these islands history and culture food and drink is relaunching as saver re along with our super producer Dylan Fagin are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things we like to eat and drink. We will be talking to the culinary creators and eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we like. And how we can find more of those things on our first trip. We went to Asheville North Carolina a city that pulled itself out of a seventy year, economic depression with beer and food. Neil episodes will be coming out Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts. Welcome to this day in history class from how stuff works dot com. And from the desk of stuff you missed in history class. It's the show where we explore the past one day at a time with a quick look at what happened today in history. Hello and welcome to the podcast, I'm Tracy v Wilson, and it's October twenty fifth. The SS Princess Safai sank on this day in one thousand nine hundred eighteen after running aground on the twenty fourth. The SS Princess Safai had been providing passenger cargo and mail service around British Columbia, Canada and Alaska territory this ship had a route that went from Vancouver British Columbia to Skagway Alaska. It had eight stops for in British Columbia and four Alaska and this was a seasonal boat. It was a seasonal trip. It only ran for made October in the rest of the year it acted as a fairy in British Columbia on October twenty third of nine hundred eighteen the SS Princess Sify departed Skagway Alaska on its last run of the season with captain Leonard luck at the helm the but was really crowded that day. It was a sold out crowd. And there was sort of a see you in the spring party going on at the dock. This was. As I said the last trip of the season. There were a lot of people who are just waiting to hunker down as everything froze over because of all this chaos. The boat left about three hours late Skagway is connected to other waterways on the coast of Alaska via the Lynn canal. This is an extremely windy waterway with squalls called willows blowing in off the surrounding glaciers, and it's made even more treacherous because there's a stretch of rock in the middle of the canal called the Vanderbilt reef not long after leaving Sagui s Princess afire ran into a storm and probably because it was running late. It kept up its normal speed of eleven knots rather than reducing to seven knots, which was what was supposed to happen in bad weather during this storm. The Princess Safai was blown off course into the center of the canal, and it hit the Vanderbilt reef at top speed in the very early hours of the morning on October twenty fourth what followed was an almost forty hour waits. Stuck on the? Iraq, several fishing vessels and a US. Lighthouse service tender came to try to assist, but the weather was so bad and the sea was so rough that they couldn't get close. The captain also thought it would be safer to stay put and to wait for the weather to clear before trying to put anybody into a lifeboat to get them off the boat. This other rescue ships eventually had to take shelter. A lighthouse service tender called the cedar tried to make a britches buoy on the afternoon of the twenty fifth of October. The plan was to drop an anchor run a line over to the Princess of Phya. And then people would use this lime like zip-line the name for this being the breeches buoy comes from using canvas britches to hold onto the water was so rough though the cedar just couldn't get the anchor to hold and the afternoon of the twenty fifth all the ships had to once again take shelter leaving the Princess Sify there on the rocks. The power went out on the Princess Safai. And the passengers were in total darkness late that afternoon. The batteries were also running out on their radio and other ships lost contact with them briefly in the afternoon of the twenty fifth when they reached them again at about four forty five by radio things had taken a really dire. Turn at four fifty. The captain of the Princess defy sentence. SOS with the message, quote, taking water and foundering for God's sake. Come and save us at five twenty. He said when talking to one of the other ships for God's sake. Hurry water coming in room in the morning when the weather had cleared a lighthouse superintendent from nearby sentinel island went to the scene and found only the Princess Safai is four mast visible above the water sometime between five thirty and six thirty the evening before the wind had spun the ship completely around on top of the rocks. So that was pointing north instead of south torn the bottom completely out of the ship and the ship had slid into the water. There were no survivors aside from one English setter. He was found covered in oil about twenty miles to the south two days later, the dog had gotten very far away from the record had clearly been wrecked with the rest of the passengers the exact death toll of the Princess Safai is unknown. But it was more than three. Hundred people, including a lot of people from Yukon more than one hundred of the approximately eight hundred people who lived in the city of Dawson died in this one wreck no-fault was ultimately placed on captain lock or the steamship company. There were people who questioned his decisions, but a lot of other captains agreed that they would have done the same thing in his place. Very little money was ever paid to any of the families of the victims. Although the shipping company was able to get an insurance settlement. You can learn a lot more about this on the Tober fifteenth. Twenty eighteen episode of stuff you missed in history class. Thanks to Terry Harrison for her audio work on this show. You can subscribe to this day in history class on apple podcasts, Google podcast, and wherever else you get your podcast, and you can tune in some loro for a story from tombstone. This is our Yana having gun, and I'm here to tell you about the thrive. Global podcast what I see down some of my favorite people to find out. How the thrive in all parts of their lives. I've had great cover sations with everyone from Jennifer Aniston, and Malcolm, God, dwell to Katy Perry and end grass Dyson and have learned an amazing number of the Niks to be our best in modern. Well, search and follow the thrive. Global podcast on
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"Hello. I'm Anna REEs and I'm Laurin vocal bomb and our show foodstuff all about these islands, history and culture. Food and drink is relaunching as saver re along with our super producer, Dylan Fagin are hitting the road to find the stories behind all the things we like to eat and drink. We will be talking to the culinary creators and eaters of the world to get to the bottom of why we like what we like and how we can find more of those things. On our first trip, we went to Asheville North Carolina, a city that pulled itself out of a seventy year economic depression with beer and food. Neil episodes will be coming out Wednesday and Friday on apple podcasts. Welcome to this day in history class from how stuff works dot com. And from the desk of stuff you missed in history class. It's the show where we explore the past one day at a time with a quick look at what happened today in history. Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm Tracy b. Wilson, October tenth lead. Mila public Sankoh died on a stay in nineteen seventy four. She was one of the most famous snipers and the Soviet Red Army. The pebble chanko was born not far from Kiev in nineteen sixteen and in her youth, she joined the volunteer society for the assistance of army aircraft and fleet. This is a paramilitary youth organization. It also involved a lot of patriotism and athletics. It wasn't so much a really volunteer organization though. Even though the word volunteers in the name attendance was expected and that's where she first learned to shoot. She got a certificate in marksmanship with the volunteer society for the assistance of army aircraft and fleet. She went onto snipers school while studying at Kiev university when Germany invaded the Soviet Union on June twenty. Second of nineteen forty one public Sankoh decided to put her training to use and. He tried to join the army. She was turned down though because she was a woman kept trying. They kept encouraging her to be a nurse, but she didn't want to be a nurse. She wanted to be a soldier. Not only did she want to be a soldier. She had the skills required of being a soldier. Finally, after all this persistence on her part, someone decided to give her a test. She was with a unit that was defending a hill, and someone pointed out to remains were working with the Germans and told her to shoot them which she did. She was then accepted into the Red Army's twenty. Fifth Shapiyev rifle division in her. I seventy five days of service. She had one hundred eighty seven confirmed kills and by the end of that service, that number had risen to three hundred nine thirty. Six of these were German snipers, some of which were effectively Indu -als with the enemy from her point of view, especially when it came to the snipers, the work that she was doing was ultimately saving many other lives. She was also wounded four times. In the line of duty while working as a sniper, her reputation as a sniper really spread and the Red Army started using her in recruitment materials and in propaganda in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. She went to the United States to try to get some support from the United States for Russia's military efforts on the European continent. While she was in the US she became very close friends with Eleanor Roosevelt. Although the press coverage in this tour which there was a lot of was really focused on questions about her appearance and what she was wearing rather than her military service or the Russian efforts that she had come to the United States trying to get support for after she returned home. She was promoted to major. She was named hero of the Soviet Union and eventually she was depicted on a postage stamp. After the end of World War Two, she went back to school and she became historian and then in nineteen fifty, seven while Eleanor Roosevelt was on a tour of Moscow, the two women were reunited. This was something. That Roosevelt had asked for again. And again, while she was planning the trip when she got to Moscow, she kept asking her hosts, please could she see public chango after asking over and over. They finally agreed to let her, although at first they would not allow the two women to be alone together. It was according to all accounts, very joyful reunion among the two of them. Once they actually got to talk to each other lead mill chango died of a stroke at the age of fifty eight. We talk about her along with five other women on the front lines in the may fifteenth 2017 episode of stuff. You missed in history class called six, impossible episodes soldiers, snipers, and spies. Thanks very much to tar Hereson for all of her audio work on his cod cast. 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There's a popular yarn among American history enthusiasts that George Washington in the waiting months of the revolutionary war was offered the crown of the fledgling nation by a group of American military officers fed up with an ineffective. Congress. Historians even have Washington strongly worded rejection letter to prove it, but a closer reading original historical documents tells a different story. In this version, the widespread frustration of army officers gets mixed up with the pro monarchy. Daydreams of one foolhardy Colonel. Washington still comes out a hero, but he was never really close to being king. Let's set the scene. The British suffered, a decisive defeat at Yorktown to American and French forces in seventeen eighty. One resulting in the capture of seven thousand British troops in their leader General Charles Cornwallis. The end of the war was finally near, but the beleaguered American army under the command of Washington was still considered on duty until the treaty of Paris was signed. In seventeen eighty three. Back in those pre-constitution days, the articles of confederation handed most power to the states, not the federal government. Congress had no power to tax, for example, which was a problem when it came to paying equipping the army. Congress had to constantly request military funding from the states which were often slow to pay up. If at all with peace, nearly one, the army feared the congress was going to stiff them on backpay. The officer corps were especially worried about their pensions which they were promised would secure them financially for the rest of their lives. Could they trust congress to keep its word an exact payment from the states among those army officers sweating over their pension in seventeen eighty. Two was Colonel. Lewis Nikola a sixty five year old Irish, borne military veteran who lent significant expertise to Washington's forces during the war Nikola and Washington correspondent frequently usually about nNcholas duties as a commander of the invalid corps. It garrison of injured soldiers who were still fit enough to serve. But nNcholas letter to Washington on may twenty seconds seventeen eighty two was something completely different in this. Now, infamous missive Nikola opened with a reminder of what would be at stake. If the military wasn't properly cut than sated, namely the threat of open mutiny Nikola wrote, God forbid, we should ever think of involving that country. We have under your conduct and auspices rescued from oppression into a new scene of blood and confusion, but it cannot be expected. We should forgo claims on which are future subsistence and that of our families depend. Then Nikola moved onto what he called his scheme. He admitted to Washington that he wasn't aid quote, violent admirers of a Republican form of government, preferring instead a mixed form of government with elected representatives ruled by a benevolent monarch and who better for such a leading role than Washington himself. Nikola wrote. Some people have so connected the ideas of tyranny and monarchy as to find it very difficult to separate them. It may therefore be requisite to give the head of such. Constitution as I propose some title apparently more moderate. But if all things were once adjusted, I believe strong arguments might be produced for admitting the title of king, which I conceive would be attended with some material advantages. Washington's response dated the very same day was withering. He wrote be assured sir. No occurrence in the course of the war has given me more painful sensations than your information of there being such ideas existing in the army as you have expressed and I must be with horri- and reprehends with severity. I'm much at a loss to conceive what part of my conduct could have given encouragement to an address, which seems to me big with the greatest mischief that can be fall my country. If I am not deceived in the knowledge of myself, you could not have found a person to whom you're schemes are more disagreeable. Washington's rejection of an American monarchy was absolute, but was a single letter from presumptuous Colonel. The equivalent of being offered the crown as many believe. We spoke with Denver Bruns Ben, a history professor at George Washington University and scholar of the revolutionary war end of Washington, he thinks it would be an exaggeration to say that Washington was ever seriously offered the title of king. He said Nikola was not someone who was in the position to do that, and I don't think he was part of any real large movement. That doesn't mean there weren't people who had those sentiments. And I think Nikola was Representative of that. There were other individuals in the officer corps who were extremely frustrated with congress and any hope for a possible solution Brenston continued. What's most important is Washington's reaction to even the notion of being king. He shuts down any possibility. I think that's impressive and shows why Washington was able to garner the trust of the American people. Today's episode was written by Dave ruse and produced by Tyler playing for more on this and lots of other trustworthy topics visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hello. 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I'm Tracy v Wilson and it's September twenty eighth Lilian bland. Who was one of the women pioneers in the world of aviation was born on this day in eighteen seventy eight. She was born in Kent, although her family was Irish and she went to live with an aunt in Ireland when she was twenty. Two after her mother became seriously ill and moved to the Mediterranean area for the sake of her health bland was a disappointment to her aunt that she moved in with though she didn't act like a lady. She wore trousers and she smoked and hunted and fished. She was an excellent shot and one of the first women in Ireland to apply to be a jockey as far as her profession, she was a journalist and photographer, and in one thousand nine, she got a postcard from her uncle that depicted French pilot Louis Blair ios flight over the English channel. And she was in trance too bland decided that she wanted to fly. And not only did she want to fly, but she wanted to build her own plane. So she did in October of nineteen thousand nine. She went to Blackpool to attend the first British aviation meeting, and she came home with all kinds of notes and ideas for aircraft. She started out making small gliders as a proof of concept and what she decided to move onto a full sized model. She chose bamboo ash spruce and elm. That's her materials because she was a journalist, and if otographer she documented the entire process and published articles about it, Lillian bland named her aircraft, the may fly as in may fly or it may not fly. She took it up to Carmody Hild, see if it would. This wasn't a powered flight yet she was operating her design as glider to see if it could stay, aloft, which it did, albeit with some bumps Chamade adjustments. And once she was satisfied, she ordered an engine and then went to England to pick it up herself because she got tired of waiting for it. She finally made her first attempt at powered flight in August of nineteen ten at the deer park randallstown. This was short and bumpy, and she had to get off the ground quickly because a cantankerous bull lived in the same field that she was using as an airstrip. She kept tinkering with this plane and finally was able to lift to an altitude of thirty feet and fly for about a quarter of a mile. She was so happy with her successful flights in the may fly that she decided to start her own aircraft company. She sold gliders and by planes in standard and racing models. Her family though was really worried about her safety with his whole flying fixation. They bribed her to quit by offering her a new model TV if she did, and she took them up on that offer. This was not a matter of her just giving up a lifelong dream of having her own airplane company, though she recognized the may fly hopped more than it really flu. And she also realized that flying was an increase. Expensive hobby. Plus when she drove that model t. c. realized that driving offered a lot of the same satisfaction to her that flying did. In fact, she became so enamored of driving that. She decided she would sell cars. Her family didn't like this either. They thought it was unladylike. So they arranged marriage for her to her cousin, Charles Loftus bland. They did get married. They seem to have been pretty happily married. Although their marriage deteriorated after their daughter died of tetanus at the age of sixteen Lilian bland died on may eleventh nineteen seventy one at the age of ninety. Two. You can learn more about Lillian bland on the July thirteenth, twenty episode of stuff you missed in history class. You can subscribe to this day in history class on apple podcasts, Google podcasts, and wherever else you get your podcasts. So Mario, you can tune in for a household name and a mysterious death. 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