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"bob jury" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

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"bob jury" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"And sherri sherri talk too much. They never had any sort of proactive. Anything it was all about just moving the target and blaming and we we've actually worked for a couple of people that were openly frightening to some employees and a lot of those employees have been women. Oh almost all of the employees were women and just a lot of them. I was really surprised about that in this day and age that we were working for a company that punch down on women A couple of them. Actually yeah. it's a weird. It shocked me too. And i think it shocked some of the women that were on the receiving end of it because they were also saying what you're saying which is a hello right. You're doing this now. This can't really be happening. I must be imagining this. 'cause there's no way you're doing this right now in front of god and everybody and yet they were especially because the best sales people were women. That's who who is bringing in your money. I mean it's the it was the damnedest thing. Thank god that's over But i've seen like even in families i've seen some of what you described. Play out and families. You need a victim. You need a scapegoat. right you. You wield power by I making people think that everyone else is out to get them. And then that they can't live without you. I mean you see this kind of thing play out. Oh the other thing is you're the you're the only one who can fix whatever the problem is. What's amazing to me. I'm going to watch this. Now what's amazing to me about this. Is it repeats. This pattern repeats over and over and over again. And we don't ever seem to catch it and learn the show is called how to be a tyrant on net flicks. Morons in the news is next. It's bob and sheri bob and sheri here they are. He's a moron complete laurent's in the news. Alan slattery is sixty seven years old. he's retired. He lives near london. England and a few days ago. He went into building called the nationwide building society branch which is basically a bank and he handed over a note. The note was so poorly written that the bank employees was unable to read the note. And said i don't understand what you want. He became very angry and then just threw his hands up in the air turned around and left. They eventually were able to study the note and it said your screen won't stop what i've got. Just handover the tens and twenties. Think about the other customers. They then rang. The police who attended sees the note took a look at the footage from the security camera and went and arrested mr slattery he also Had recently evidently robbed a couple of other banks where he got about three thousand dollars before They call the police but basically he just wrote it. I'm looking at it. And and it says your i can't make out the next word won't stop. I can't make out that or that. Just hand. I can't see that tanzania. It is the worst hand if you are so stupid that you don't pre read what stick up note is gonna say you were the worst bank robber effort. They got up is getting listen to this six years in jail. This is my sister. Regina karma will always said that penmanship mattered. Even if it's fascist there are so many teachable moments in life lessons for today's moron of the day to eighteen year old in orlando florida. So it's about five forty five in the morning when police state troopers. Florida state troopers come upon a single vehicle crash and so they're going to investigate. There's a car crashed on the interstate and it's off the road. It's it's on the media and up against the fence. Someone been injured the troopers doing their job. So as the state trooper approaches the vehicle here comes driver and the driver goes after the state trooper with something in his hand some some unidentified object or weapons state trooper takes him down. The driver runs off into the woods and hides this leads to an enormous police. Search that took about five hours. He was found by sheriff's office. Canine dogs who bit him when they found him so we had to be taken to the hospital for his canine dog. He's facing charges of battery on a law enforcement officer. He's faced with resisting arrest. He's faced with having a bb gun in his wrecked vehicle. He's faced with injuring the state trooper and with being a complete idiot. So here's what we have to unless you're in montana and you're pretty deep into it. It's pretty hard to hide from the popo in the woods. You know eventually they go. So here's what we need to teach our kids. We need to teach them how to act if they get into an accident on the highway. That's right today's more on the day up on our facebook so that you can find it and before we run out of time. We miss this the other day. I don't know why because it's been the summer of snakes and skunks. Did you see the story in australia. A woman was in the grocery store on the spice aisle rousing spices when suddenly the head of a ten foot long non venomous diamond python. Poke through space in the shelf right above the spice jars. Holy cow long. The woman said i was in the spice. I'll just looking for something to the chicken. I didn't initially see it of turned to my right at poke. Its head out. What are the what are the odds. But here's the nick. This customer a train snake catcher no professional snake catcher. No she said. The snake's head was within eight inches of her face. She said. I have a background in snakes so i was pretty calm about it but you know it shocked me. Because i wasn't expecting it will ma'am no one is expecting a ten foot long python spice aisle at the grocery. She used her phone to take some video. As the snake extended its entire body from the shelf slithered into the i'll and wandered off down. She went to the manager. And said i'm gonna go get my snake bag. She got snake catching bag from her house. Captured the snake and release them into the nearby woods. Constellation got to be. What's the likelihood of that person at that moment. That's amazing isn't that great. Bob and cherry people pay attention because i did not want to have to fail you sherry to help us salute deserving teachers five winners will receive a box of school supplies. Bob jury swag a bob and sheri branded visa gift card worth one hundred dollars a one year stamps dot com subscription valued at two hundred dollars an app gold stars for you just can't usps ups postage recommend your compute stamps. Dot com use. Promo code sherry started four week. Twelve plus free postage and a digital scale. I have your attention. Cherry teacher appreciation contests ever your deserving teacher bobbins sharing dot com sign up for the newsletter with bob and sheri exclusive articles..

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"bob jury" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

05:19 min | 3 months ago

"bob jury" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Nettie while they were out hunting, and Daniel was off chasing a bear, and when he heard the shots fired, he came back and he saw the Indians sawing off his head. Because they thought they had killed three now Daniel Boone, and they want to take the head back to their village. But despite that Boone's biggest regret was he went to his grave, despising the fact that he was already known as the nation's premier Indian fighter. He didn't mind being known as a Pathfinder, a pioneer and explorer Hunter supreme, But he was not an Indian killer. And, amazingly, Boone held onto a very unpopular belief at the time when Creatures like cotton Mather were saying we have to destroy the red Sons of Satan and even Thomas Jefferson. Wanted to exterminate the Indians between the Atlantic coast in the Mississippi. Daniel Boone was like Whoa, Whoa, whoa, whoa! Let's back up a little bit. These people are people, too. Why did you decide to write about Boone? It was the selling of his ear or for your younger listeners. He was the far as Gump of is Europe. Wherever there was something happening. Daniel Boone was there or part of his family and the title. Blood and treasure means it please. This is not a book or the faint of heart. I mean, it opens with Daniel's 16 year old son, James Bone bleeding out from an Indian ambush in the shadow of the Cumberland Mountain. And it ends with Daniel's son, Israel dying in his arms, Daniel Boone had quite a memory. He was called to adjudicate a land dispute. And it was maybe 40 years after he had originally surveyed this land. And they said, Okay, where does this guy's land and where does the next guy's land start and he walked over to a full grown tree? And he said, Cut that tree down. And they cut the tree down, and they found an old jug of corn liquor. In the in the trunk of a tree. And he said, I put that drug there 40 years ago. That's where the land ends. Blood and treasure was clearly a labor of love. I tell you what there are so many times researching this book. Where I thought to myself if I could sit down with Simon Kenton, another scout, Indian fighter explorer and Daniel Boone and just pass the corn liquor jug. So I would be happy for the rest of my life. I would be happy just listening to their stories. By the way, Bob jury says the book, Blood and Treasure includes two things You thought you knew about Daniel Boone. One. He did not die at the Alamo that was Davy Crockett and two he hated Coonskin caps. Never wore one. Well, I'm really going to be disappointed if you tell me Daniel Boone had GPS the offbeat I'm Jim Bohannon. Great history lesson about a great guy. Wow, what an incredible story. And I think that basically when they found that jug of liquor there when he cut the tree down for serving, it was 40 years aged. I bet it was really mellow by that point. I mean, that's yes. So It could have started a new brand with that. Just an amazing I've got to get that book. That's that's an amazing story. Yeah, it sounds like a really great book. Alright, so great Driving songs let you know what folks on our Facebook fan page you're telling us that they like to drive through now, Cathy, I know you, Kathy. And, um, this Should this surprised me made me just a little bit born to be wild by Stephan Wolf always keeps me looking at the speedometer to make sure I'm not hitting 100. I know your daughter. I'm going to have to talk to have speaks with her about that. Let's see. Um uh, Robert checked in with us and said, First of all his first check, And he said none of the songs that you listed, uh, that they listed in the billboard thing and as their top three he liked in the summertime by Mongo, Jerry. Oh, yeah, that's a good one. Moonlight Drive by the doors and Mustang Sally there, Wilson Pickett. That was his top. Yeah, that one's okay. Okay. Ah, let's see. Um well, I've got to. I can't drive 50 five's from Kansas and one from Mark and Gary says Running down a dream by Tom Petty. James Dean by the Eagles. Oh, yeah, I thought about that song a long time. Wow. And on Alison Shields came in and told me that she thought it was funny that Caleb had said the Eagles Anything by the Eagles earlier this morning, and she said Don Henley, boys of summer in a convertible top down. Yes, Yes, That's a great one. Yeah. What was it mark? One of my college roommates had a Volkswagen convertible. And on her eight track. She had a Rick James eight track We would drive around. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Super freak. That's what it was Our super freaky super freak. Oh, my God. Yes, but we have fun. Yeah, that's that's the beauty of you. Yeah, the beauty of Yeah. I probably shouldn't have admitted that on the air. But anyhow, yeah, it's nothing like listen to that song, and especially the part where he goes. She's a super freak. She's super freaky on your eight track Is it changes changes over tracks? Exactly. Sometimes they couldn't quite time that just write it just it just happened that way. Michigan It's 21 Past eight w D. You Wireless take a look at headlines. BJ has those from the access Wdun Hardy Chevrolet newsroom New House Committee to investigate the January six that raid at the US Capitol would have.

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"bob jury" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:51 min | 3 months ago

"bob jury" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"One thing that jumped out at me about Daniel Boone was his philosophic sense of What goes around comes around. Why did you decide to write about Boone? It was Zelig of his ear or for your younger listeners used the Forrest Gump of his Europe Wherever there was something happening, Daniel Boone was there or part of his family and the title. Blood and treasure means it please. This is not a book or the faint of heart. I mean, it opens with Daniel's 16 year old son, James Bone bleeding out from an Indian ambush in the shadow of the Cumberland Mountain. And it ends with Daniel's son, Israel dying in his arms, Daniel Boone had quite a memory. He was called to adjudicate a land dispute. And it was maybe 40 years after he had originally surveyed this land. And they said, Okay, where does this guy's land and where does the next guy's land start and he walked over to a full grown tree? And he said, Cut that tree down. And they cut the tree down, and they found an old jug of corn liquor. In the in the trunk of the tree, and he said, I put that drug there 40 years ago. That's where the land ends. Blood and treasure was clearly a labor of love. I tell you what there are so many times researching this book. Where I thought to myself if I could sit down with Simon Kenton, another scout, Indian fighter explorer and Daniel Boone and just pass the corn liquor jug. Still, I would be happy for the rest of my life. I would be happy just listening to their stories. By the way, Bob jury says the book, Blood and Treasure includes two things You thought you knew about Daniel Boone, one. He did not die at the Alamo. That was Davy Crockett and two He hated coonskin caps. Never wore one. Well, I'm really going to be disappointed if you tell me Daniel Boone had GPS The off beat. I'm Jimbo Helen. Yeah..

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"bob jury" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"bob jury" Discussed on Z104

"Do you think? Here's the answer to today's Booty Buster. I study just found the grossest states in the US based on things like air quality landfills. People Googling Maia recipes anyways, Virginia topped the list as the grossest state in America. But what state do you think is the least? Gross the answer Alaska which you know, sometimes I even forget that's part of the United States. And I can only imagine the air quality there is like superb. Are you ready? Here we go again. Start down. Non stop. Campaign roads number one hit Music Station, The one Oh, four. Oh, what's up on the time, and I heard that that was suddenly came from the chick who won at my face, Bob. Jury on the best leg penises last night. Hit him with that could could make you one act right? Broke. Boys don't deserve No, kitty. I know that's right back. Listen, nothing belly band. Take remember. Listen, younger body back. No hot. Give it up. It's big bags, but not the belly bad. Take a Met Working back party Federal high. Get it up if it's Dennis And stuff it up. Then it's up. It's up in the stuff up, Then it's up. It's up and stuck it up. Then it's up to this up stuff, huh? I could make the party hat. I could make your body right headed. Can't do nothing with me. Just started popping if they had a suspect you probably like a like a life certificate. Japanese head on with a karate chop. Whatever happened me pulling up in Japanese got argue with him because you know he loved a sexy chick side. Thank God. Make him understand. They know right on my finger and you ain't going on my friend and my face. Bob asked back Stick of shake hands Your real me bash late last night And I'm with that bird could make you want to add that boys don't desert. No,.

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"bob jury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:58 min | 5 months ago

"bob jury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Of disappeared in history. Well first of all boone. Lived them all. You want to become a legend. It's always good. Outlive your rivals I i was talking the other day to Peter cousins who is kind of he in that hampton sides crowd he wrote. The earth is waiting one of the best books about the indian wars the west and he said what would you give to be sitting around a campfire passing a corn liquor jug with daniel boone. And simon canton and james howard. And i'd say well i get my left pinkie. I know that much but to answer your question boom was even know he's turned into a kind of conic mythical figure in american history canton and hired and and other people pennsylvanians and people who tell from massachusetts dealt with the mohawk tribes. They were kind of localized whereas boom was literally all over the place from pennsylvania to north carolina to eastern tennessee. Through the cumberland gap into kentucky. Up into the old northwest territory. Which is ohio. Indiana illinois wisconsin and then finally he. He was in so much debt. The tax men were after him. There were warrants out for him and he said to hell with this country. I've done so much for this country. And you took up the spanish offer to settle missouri and that's redacting well fascinating. What would be this one last question for you as you started to go through this book. What would be. Maybe the the one thing that you that you learned and you thought that can't be true. I know it's not truth is stranger than fiction but was the one thing that might have like really. Blew your mind about daniel boone. Did you ever the last movie can. I don't read it now. i just watched it. Michael man wrote one. Well that whole set piece where they rescue The daughter of the english colonel fenwick cooper ripped at forty years later from the headlines. Because at one point daniel boone's daughter. Jemima was kidnapped by mixed war party of cherokee and johnny and he tracked them track them down with a small posse killed them all and rescued his door. And that was just like wow that that is stranger than fiction. I mean. I know we don't have much time rick but there's just so many there's so many stories about i'll just give you one more. It's a little grower. Gory but his brother nettie look just like daniel. He's younger pro. They could have been twins and at one point returning from one of the many indian wars. And they're hunting daniel boone wounds a bear 'cause into the bush to find it. Finish it off and these indians flow on nettie. They think he's daniel. They kill him. They cut his head off by the time. Daniel gets back after hearing the gunshots. He sees them cutting his brother's head off. So of course it kills the indians but they were cutting the head off because they wanted to go back to the shawneetown to say they killed the famous daniel boone. So that's how well renowned he was even in his time and even among the indigenous peoples of the united states amazing that he made it to eighty six. The book is called blood and treasure daniel. Boone and the fight for america's first frontier by our guest. Bob jury along with tom clayton. It is available from saint martin's press wherever good books are sold a. It was great talking to you. Bob and i can't wait to dive into this book. It sounds really good. Let's let's catch up on your next one Wreck thanks thanks. Much appreciated on all right..

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"bob jury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:57 min | 5 months ago

"bob jury" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Rick till things. There's a direct correlation between dogs and lightening. All right. thank you for that and welcome back to the ship with you. Coast to coast and around the world on american forces radio network. It's our pleasure to welcome the show award winning author bob jury. He and tom klavan have combined to write a another very intriguing book which just came out from saint martin's press. It's called blood and treasure daniel. Boone and the fight for america's first frontier bob. Welcome to the show. I'm always fascinated at authors. Who tried to take a new look at something that we sort of feel like. We've already covered. But obviously you have uncovered so much more to daniel boone. Tell us a little bit more about how this all got started. Rick good morning by the way thanks for having Let's let's start out by dispelling. You're talking about miss. Let's dispel a couple of myths right. So daniel boone did not die at the alabama davy. Crockett not believe how many people confused the to similarly. Even though boone was an average size man for era you know was about five seven five eight all his cousins on his welsh. Mother's side were giants for the time. Six two six three six four so we always felt he was short and he hated coon skin cap. She would never wear coon skin cap because he felt. It made him look shorter. I think we could probably blame me for this when he cast. You're you're probably not old enough to remember when he cast parker as both crockett and daniel boone. And i think that's how the two got mixed up in the minds eye but Believe it or not. This book did not start out and it is not really a biography of out daniel boone. We wanted to write a biography of the era and rick it was a bloody carnage filled. Your i mean but as it turns out when as we dug deeper and deeper into the contemporaneous research almost every big moment that occurred whether it was during the french and indian war whether it was during the many many indian wars lord. John moore's war whether it was doing the american revolution. Dana boom seems to be right in the middle of it. And this is something. I never picked up in my high school. History classes or the manta cise virgin of version of daniel boone and so we decided to let boone be guide through this year and when i say carnage failed. I am not kidding. I mean we got wonderful review this week in the wall street journal but the review did think the tag on. This book is not for the faint of heart. I mean it opens with balloons. Sixteen year old son. James leading out from a gut shot in the shadow of the cumberland mountain. And he's been. He's been ambushed by a war party of cherokee any in delaware and as he's dying. They are gratuitously plucking his fingernails and his toenails from his body and then come full circle towards the end of the book. Boone's another sign of his. Israel is dying in his arms with his dying breath. See spewing out to black. because you've got an indian musket ball in his heart. So when i am not exaggerating when one historian called a whirlwind of blood and carnage that whole too eighteenth century and boone is right there in the middle of it and now i will. If you don't mind. But i'm not talking too much. I'll just one other boon given he killed his. He fought his share of indians any chelsea share of indians but he went to his grave at the ripe old age eighty six as a matter of fact he went to his grave to testing the fact that he was already renowned as america's most famous indian fighter he did not want to be known as an indian fighter he wanted to be hunter pathfinder and explorer a pioneer but he had nothing personal against the indians unlike so many us. So many men of course vizier. I mean you've got cotton mather preaching from the boston. Pulpit about Exterminating read sons of satan. And you're gonna luminaries like thomas jefferson. Who proposed maybe wiping out. Every indian tribe between the atlantic coast and the mississippi river to make the land safer settlers but to answer. This is a very long winded. Answer to your question. How did we get upon daniel boone. He was like the zelic time or maybe for younger listeners. The forrest gump. Every thing that happened in the french and indian he was just. There was a teamster on this expedition. He was a guide on that expedition. He saved george washington's bacon by defeating an army on the western front during the american revolution and there was really no way could ignore the guy and luckily for us we just found troves and troves and troves contemporaneous research boone. And that's always the best kind whether you're writing about world war two or Rake clouds war the american revolution. The closer you get to the event and people are writing letters and journals and diaries. That's the best stuff you can get. Now the sounds great. I read a hampton sides book about kit carson. Who was kind of the same zelic. When it came to that area. And that history cut more questions here for bob jury blood and treasure which the screenplay will be picked up by sam peckinpah park when tarintino. It seems But i think what a lot of people don't understand too is that i can baseball terms the farthest you could go out. West at one time was saint. Louis well like for these guys. The appalachians i mean that was sort of a giant wall like it was so scary. You mentioned all the different. American tribes. You think about the war with the french at that time. What was it like to have these pathfinders. Actually say hey. There's lots of land if you're brave enough. Well this is terry incognito in there may as well on maps there'd be dragging to your and by the way just as an aside you know when we blood and treasure is a quote from daniel boone. He lost his two sons. He also lost his brother and towards the end of his life. He told his first biographer. I spent a lot of blood and treasure up this country country. And that's how we got the title. And i called hampton and i called him i shit hampton. I know you wrote about kit carson in blood and thunder. Will it bother you if we title our book blood and treasure and he and he wrote back community. I have no patent on the word blood. And i have no patent on the word and and i have no patent on the worst feel. Feel free to go so so but anyway to your question this was atari incognito and some people just took to boom took to when he was in the forest he was at home. He couldn't stand me being Being in cities i mean. When he was young he was a long hunter and he would come out after a year sometimes. Two years with pat courses filled with beaver pelts and deer skin and he would go onto frolic. He called him. You know he'd tell is He was good philadelphia and go on a three week. Frolic lose all this money. I don't think that he was not a good businessman. He died poor. He was poor old life and he died poor but he was at home on the other side of the appalachians and also. I must compliment you on your correct pronunciation of at. And when when he got over there and he saw this bounty this arable land this these this pristine rivers teeming with game and believe it or not buffalo buffalo at the time. We're rural kentucky. At one point they were wrong as far east as washington. 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"bob jury" Discussed on The Lady Vanishes

The Lady Vanishes

11:22 min | 1 year ago

"bob jury" Discussed on The Lady Vanishes

"She has received numerous honors including Australian of the year and was his so for pioneering single mother rose to become editor of the woman's weekly magazine. Suddenly like minis grew up in her life. Now how's she tells aunt her mother's regard for well as a as a young child. I remember you being very high profile and someone that Tom I remember. We all looked up to you and was kind of like the way. She was just unique in himself. And I find I think you as a person I find you very unique to you. You like like everyone else you stand out and you had presence and I think my mom was very similar in well. I we used to present the women's wake laced commercials every week and I know people used to say what color lipstick was on wearing color nell pies and and the Hansel the answer I had at the time would often call up. You'd be out somewhere and you think it looks really nice and you think my history. So what are your member Scottish woman read women's weekly taken read the women's way. Clay Shea was a cane. God Now aw love to cook so. I'm very lucky. Actually she gave me a cookbook A couple of years before she left because I love cooking I really whenever she was. He's in the kitchen cooking something. I would be behind her going to do that. And how do I make that cheese sauce. And how do they just even just basic simple things. And there's lots of Margaret August fourteenth caveats and sticks. She's taken out of the newspaper and stuff. I'm always ripping listen itunes out auditor and Marian share the love of style. Fashion paintings and antiques is together. Ben Balkans Cossery and buy antiques okay. Well I know that mom did a lot of things down with show. Your mother would have known it. Should we would have things you know it Agai. Yes yes yes. He drove those things. Go on it because one of the things that Mr boss paperless at married optician vanished rich stints away but she got back auto parts and banished. Would you allow those positions pining for instance things go you know. I would've I would've kept them. I would have kept them for my children because I should say I find it a lease the things off a quiet Especially with a few bits and bobs jury. I said you know Arkan. TV them up or you know you can all when I'm gone. We did like you talk like that among. Don't talk like that so but you know I kept Cape everything through the mind you I did capable of my l.. Pays and my and my bill. Haley rock around o'clock which I thought was amazing. I gave them to the children. Look kept as for. You totally disinterested it. Wasn't they kinda music anymore anymore and I was really. I think it was probably something very different. Between the generations she liked classical music she loved music frequented the ballet. You would love hair actually. If she was sitting here. You just have a session with it taking my grandchildren to the nutcracker ballet this Christmas a light kiss and I took a photo and I thought you know mom would be really proud tonight that I'm following suit with doing ice sorts of things. She liked Barbara Straws in her favorite mile was Ritchie Delano Ritchie. Lana which alert. Oh we'll just slide that all the time and alleviate and John and that will kind of like a favorite radio hosting a show on to you. Anyway I've played a lot of riches Holler listening post. I knew I loved line of aging incredibly notably OUGHTA also has direct connection to Tunbridge Wells. The last place Marian was ever heard from your mother with Anton Virtual Machine in Kent. Well I work in London and my husband and I were in London and a daughter was born in London and apartments in London really young married right couples with a child so we moved to what hurts in suspects which is a bad half an hour. Forty minutes from Tunbridge Wells. My mother-in-law father-in-law they leave the ashes. which which is out of out of visuals and so I knew the area really well I used to go to convert twelve all the time and my mother taught me how to appreciate Antique Jewelry? Louis and your mother probably that did as well semi mother will take me down to the Pantai House. We go into Jewish souls and she could. I'm hopeless at offering. Cheap side of the poor unsuspecting black will have the counter whole just that one and he'd say four pounds four hundred thirty two pounds ten and he'd say three pounds nerve nearer to punched him and she'd always get an answer but I actually learnt appreciate anti jewelry. Put My mother in Law taught me what they do and what to look for the other. Think thank glass. You could get beautiful glass and the antique shops around here in Brighton. Sussex waters how much wealth always always stranded lovely antique shop. If your mother's like May I suspect she she would have been in and out of them just like yeah show. I dare say that. She was definitely an element. Went after visiting the early. The hours like this is completely my months love of life. I was just really beautiful. Suddenly till's Oughta how. She retraced Mary's footsteps in the United Kingdom and the baffling circumstances of speaking to her for the last time by phone on August. The first nineteen ninety-seven from Tunbridge Wells. Only to be told us later Marian or someone using her passport returned to Australia through Brisbane airport on August the second the very next die one day behind August one hit of the leave on August. This one. He'd be pushing 'cause you'd have to get up to London seeming From hates twenty four. You go down in the country you go to get up to London so even if it's an hour in the train then you're gonNA get apt to hates right. Then you go to make the connection they have the plot would have been longer than it is today. I think it couldn't do it. I think it could allieviation person could work out. But you know it wouldn't have been as quick as you countersued. Eight is work while it's easy go. It was forty hours that progressively progressively come down Fly is attack in the nineteen ninety. Two WE'RE GONNA but I think he'd be pushing we think so too so the question his washy actually in Tom Ridge wells will she somewhere else She quit her job and left midway through the year in which is very out of character and not a teacher who site dedicated says she just one that teach award of excellence here. That was not a good six from the year before no and so on the plane. Well I've been asking policies for a long time and questioned them for about six years now on getting in the passenger lists on the outgoing and the incoming flying because I would have those details on his passport and said to them. You know if it was a case that we had the same person on voices the flies you'd potentially have a person of interest. I was genuine possible fact on Baiji. Paul Three depot with the nine change our could never will however much this. This is not that I know I know I wouldn't I couldn't I couldn't for something it wouldn't even on couldn't either. I wouldn't even mind to walkway for my children and I know you mum but but eighteen just listening to you speak about it. I would have thought she was probably as devoted to you. Carry you and your brother. As as I am too much over I I would find it very difficult to accept that under the circumstances that she would have a willingly leave you and life is very different these days if anything my mom's missing I guess is the word is has given me anxiety and stress about being a parent. Because I'm worried about not being here for my children. I The more to do that which you know what I think what we want for me and you know your mother wouldn't want you to be like that she'd she'd she'd say you've got to let the kids go to give them a bit of independence to be able to count on when you absolutely because I understand you talk about Ma. Maybe you need to have a family columnist mother sisters and say you know really love her and I just I just want to find out what happened to him. I have tried that charging dry bargain families are released. And you just go to Cape trying. Yeah that's a good point. The magic with I'm. I'm sorry I'm sorry really what I'm doing but I can't help but laugh mom and I wanna find a good with all right. It's a wonderful. She missed my wedding so she helped me plan and everything in both the chapel for the year before she left and came to engagement party and for some beautiful plight. Typically League should plates on the rules in. She wouldn't have missed the wedding. You think they re the evaluation. I should've you'll laugh at you often takes place when you're tuned fifty. 'cause there's other thing I would think well what now. Where else will I go so I can understand that the negative about my life is heading while identifying what happened to your mother Funded very difficult to say that somebody with her love of you is. You've told me about her. Her love of teaching loves children generally a sense of responsibility. What would you go? would ever falsehood disappeared without a trace Heavy and so I you know I fear something awfulness if the answer is not what I'm hoping for will have to accept that and I'm happy to accept that we're happy to but that's that's Mugabe would it will be between us raise except the Vizner Rickwood someway of your mother Ida accepted. You know I just know that the has to be something. Thanks some way. She's going in and out of countries and you just start going Anada countries without somebody having someway auto care how long it took unit perfectly typically. I mean I am my experiences that you can track down will. My gut feeling is to become a little problem vista myself in this whole the whole the whole journey Just trying to find out what I what I found and tried to remember things. That passports stamped there. There has to be recalled somewhere. Well hopefully it'd be something a thank you.

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"bob jury" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

15:50 min | 2 years ago

"bob jury" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"I tonight I am. And because of that. I'm going to do the story of Laurie Bambi them. You're going to know what it is. When I start telling you, okay? They know they know they're about it, this story. First of all takes place in Milwaukee. And Secondly I think it, it was happening. It was happening sensually from when I was twelve to when I was like a little bit after. And so when I was paying attention to it, it was always in till present. But. It was always just kind of half paying attention to it. Because it just was always presented as basically this harlot killed this woman and the end. That's how the first cycle of stories about this case went, then there was the later cycle of this is actually much different than anybody thinks it is. And to dig into the story and fig. Find out all this stuff, it's fucking crazy. It's crazy. So a lot of the information, I got is from an episode of one of the best produced to crime shows on television than at fair, confidential. I don't know if you've seen we're not getting it really is. They're laughing why. And I know that you watch that because you and Jay accidentally on the red today, so we don't know the others murder, I love surprises. So I get really upset about it early. And then I wake up from a nap to drudge. I don't read any of. And it was like it was probably twenty five text exchange of me going, what about this picture? What about that? Do you have this? I just don't understand why you don't like Vanity Fair confidential the weirdest, so on it's to me. It's journalism people. It's good. So. The on that show. Maybe needed explain to you on that show. Journalists who work for Vanity Fair in who have had stories published in Vanity Fair. Then, walk you through the stories that they've reported on. So the two journalists featured in this who, who originally wrote than fair article about this story. We're named Bob jury and Marnie Inskip, and then their feature prominently in the show. So, so let's get into it at about twelve fifteen AM on may twenty eighth nineteen Eighty-one, an intruder, enters the Milwaukee home of Christine Schultz. They blindfold her bind, her hands with clothesline gagged her with a blue band Danna. And then shoot her in the back with a thirty eight caliber pistol. The bullet, pierces Christine's, heart and kills her. Oh my God. I don't know this one yet. Yeah, we're just getting right into this is Christine show. Oh, her son's eleven year old Sean and seven year old Shannon are at home. Home. They hear what they think is a firecracker. They get up. They run to their moms room and find her laying there money horrible. So Sean calls a family friend, and says, somebody broke into our house because he actually saw the person in the hallway and says that the person's wearing a green jogging too, was about six feet tall was wearing a wig. That was maybe read or maybe blonde. And then, of course, the police are called. So thirty year old Christine is a single mother. She'd just been divorced, six months earlier and her ex husband Fred Schultz was a detective with the Milwaukee police shit. Yeah. Okay. So he and his partner, Michael Durfee are the first responders at the scene. Yes, they get their first. Yeah. So don't tell me what happens. Okay. So, of course, Fred go straight to his sons, and his comforting them and taking care of them. And then the, the other cops show up, but the when the detectives start investigating the scene, the other detectives they meet at least think that something is fishy because this is, of course, not normal robbery with somebody being bound, and gagged so Fred shelters questions. Of course, he's the ex husband he tells detectives he and his partner or two robbery, call at the time of the murder, but when the investigators look into it, it turns out that Fred and his partner were actually at a bar drinking at the time. Supposed to do that. I know it's not not on duty on duty just funk in wait till you clock off. So it's not that's not good that he was lying. It kind of freaks everybody out immediately. Then they take his both his service weapon and is off duty weapon and they send them both to the crime lab for testing. And so I have a picture of the gun. So. One thousand nine hundred shit right there. Right. Pretty it's pretty dirty. Harry. So the investigators drive Fred out to the crime lab to show him the results of the gun testing. And it don't do that, if it's good that new. No, I don't think so. No. And it basically shows that his off duty revolver was the gun used in the murder on the way back from the crime lab franchise to jump out of the moving car that's going sixty miles an.

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"bob jury" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"bob jury" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"Many many times, but if it hadn't been for von Steuben who by the way wrote the manual the us army war college, and it was in use for fifty years after valley fort if it hadn't been for the likes of on Steuben, teaching these men how to fight like professionals there never would have been that who are these guys moment. And if if you wanna roll into the end, I there's there's just a great story about the end. I don't know where we are. And no here, and I apologize. No, you're fine. As as being like, yeah. Let's roll into the end. So how did this? How had are how did this end? All right. Well, we're talking about you know, here comes the army comes to continental army marching to meet the British near mom courthouse. Town of mom courthouse in quickstep, William turn all von Steuben stewing who are these guys. But Washington had made one mistake that day he had put another general in charge of the attack. On a British and he was bringing up the relief in the rear, the other general who'd been appealed w for the last sixteen months didn't realize that the men he was leading where changed troops. He thought he was still eating the right tag for seventeen seventy six and at the first hint of British opposition. He called a retreat by the time Washington. Guests to the frontline soldiers are retreating in an orderly fashion. Thanks to our job and they're not running for their lives. But they're retreating for the first time ever among his aides among his close associates among his favorite generals. They had never seen the stoic. George, Washington explorer. He explodes on the front frontline Kohl's over the General Charles the put in charge of the attack. What is the meaning of this? You pull true what is the meaning of this get to the back? I just missed you to the back Washington takes over the lead of the attacks. But I he's gotta turn his troops. So he's riding up and down the front lines trying to halt. This orderly retreat. He's on this big white charger. It was a stifling blistering day over one hundred degrees at one point the horse just collapsed beneath him died of eat exhaustion. He takes the reins of another horse. And he's riding up and down trying to turn this retreat into an attack of his own by now, he can say across a Swail mile and a half away a sea of red as approaching ten thousand Redcoats have doffed their tax in they're attacking in a in a in a bayonet short. The British artillery were close enough that the grape shot is wizened by Washington accountable land yards from where he's sitting on his horse splattering human his horse with mud and yet. He's riding up and down. Will you fight with me? Not what you fight for me. Will you fight with me? Sword is extended his right hand. He's pointing towards the sea of red coming closer and closer. Will you fight with me and finally the soldier stopped and they turned and they answered in. In unison. And Brett if you want to know what they answered you're gonna have to read the book. Okay. I love it, Bob. This has been a great conversation where can people go to learn more about the book? You know, I've a website my co author Tom Clayton hasn't website. But it just can never go wrong. If you went to Amazon dot com and typed in Bob Drewery page. It would probably give you everything you need fantastic. Bob dreary. Always a pleasure. Thanks for coming on. Brett. Thank you. I always have fun when I talk with you might guess Bob jury. He's the co author of the book Valley Forge on Amazon dot com and bookstores everywhere you can find out more about his work at our f x Drewery dot com. Or you can check out our show notes at AOL dot IS slash valley. Forge refined links to resources ring delve deeper into this topic..

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