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Bobbie Rosenfeld: The Olympian Who Could Do Everything
"Are not an ideal outfit for running now. They might sound unfamiliar to our ears today. But these puffed up pantaloons once grace the bottom halves and cavs of plenty of young women in the early nineteen. Hundreds there called pup tent bloomers because as pants. They're so big that they kinda look like those pup tents that soldiers would cover themselves in while sleeping underneath the stars even if you don't think they look like pup tents and i'll be the first to admit that they don't exactly in the nineteen ninety s. We would call these things hammer pants but they probably used about as much fabric as a pup tent did they were big bill louis and could balloon with air so not good athletic. Wear for someone trying to run fast. They'd catch the wind like a sail. Nevertheless there stood young. Bobbie rosenfeld at the starting line of a foot race that she hadn't even planned on running. She was being cheered on by oliver softball teammates wearing her wind. Grabby it's pup tent. Bloomers she was at a citywide picnic plate in a softball game but knowing how fast she was on the base paths. Her teammates convinced her to enter a one hundred meter dash. That just happened to be taking place nearby. She said yes without much thought and the next thing she knew the starting pistol was fired. Twelve point one seconds later bobby crossed the finish line before anyone else seemingly out of nowhere. A man came running up to her asking questions. Like where did you come from. Who are you. Have you run in competition before. And when he asked her if she knew who she had beaten. Bobby shrugged and said no. He told her that she had beaten canadian champion. Rosa gross. Bobby thought that was pretty cool. Then he asked. Do you know how faster time was bobby again. Said no he told her. It was twelve point. One seconds. The canadian record.
Mississippi Group Honors Fictional Man in Song 'Ode to Billy Joe'
"The death of Billy Joe McAllister in rural Mississippi was a fictional event in the nineteen sixties hit song but Billy Joe now has a real tombstone in Mississippi Hey Joe McAllister jumped off the Tallahatchie ode to Billie Joe was written and recorded by Bobbie gentry the sad tale about a young man who ended his life June third jumping off that Tallahatchie bridge in the gossip that followed a group of locals in Greenwood Mississippi gathered this week to honor Billy Joe McAllister and give him a proper resting place U. S. senator Roger wicker among them mourners told tales as if they knew Billy Joe and then unveiled the tombstone at the Tallahatchie flats that reads he loved the river even unto death Billy Joe McAllister isn't real but he was portrayed by actor Robbie Benson in the nineteen seventy six movie based on the song I'm Jackie Quinn
Do PSG Need a Mbappe Miracle?
"Came this week match the sissies taken on psg on tuesday city favorites to advance given they brought home to one lead going into that match in manchester giuliana ron. How in grade. Don this is the thing. See the be concerned for jian for him by tonight. They were very optimistic through the weekend. Both and bobbie-ann declared martial patino as where we talked about it on the show on sunday and yet today we saw him not struggling to walk. But really you tell. There was something wrong by his car is right. Cough is you was boiling. The fly the plane to come to too much stuff from power this morning and then he didn't train with the rest of the team tonight at the heart was there. He came out late from the from the dressing room on purpose. You went on his own with two of the fitness coaches and some some little bits of running. Didn't take any racecar anything like this but didn't join at all the rest of the squad and that's a big rory. They would make a decision tomorrow probably early afternoon and see how he feels he weapons after the night base a big concern for patino huge concern and i can tell you from their respective. I guy who depends on his speed. He's athleticism fast twitch muscles if he's got a cab that has a strain in it tightness or whatever you wanna call it and however you want to describe it. It's not good. I'm by not good. I mean he's not ready to play. I don't care how they dress this up if indeed this is a strain if indeed there is an injury. They're miracles don't happen player ones. That happens you cannot rely on your leg to do the things that that you're used to doing. And that changes that change of pace which embiid depends on depends on that how explosive that leg is and can you push off and the woman that you push off and a cab. That is not healthy. Then it's gone. See you later. Take care it's over.
"bobbie" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"All right. we're back. Here's what's cheers to you. Colonel cheers to you captain. Choose to the people in the back or to billy goat cheers to the people up front. Don't forget about those. Those people the fine people from the good so captain while we have this all going on again all of these agencies working together i do wanna take a quick step aside from the investigation and throw a little shoutout here. This share fast be. I'm a big fan of him. And i know that it's really a reflection on more modern day. Investigative efforts in law enforcement agencies and how they conduct themselves. But one thing that i noticed in several of this sheriff's investigations and this one in particular is that he is quick to identify situation. And go all right. This is a magnitude. Let's tap every resource available and tap every other agency available to us and get all parties involved. And let's just get it done and get it done right. It hasn't let ego stand in the way of asking for help getting others involved. Brian especially case so serious as this one. So while all of this is going on while we have individuals trying to figure out who darlene fischer is or who could be using that fake name of darleen fisher at the same time. We have sheriff espy. Who is attempting to use one of those resources that being the missouri state amber alert system. He is notifying the proper channels. Which i believe would be the state highway patrol according to the information that we covered in the trailer today saying hey look we need to send out an amber alert. Well what is the victim. Look like we don't know. What is the abductor. Look like we don't know. What can you tell us. He's basically saying we can't. We don't have any information other than the very simple fact that we know that a fetus was abducted and somebody made off with that baby and roughly pa or or possibly does the suspect's car right so he gets no on his request. They're like yeah that doesn't fit the criteria for our states amber alert system well. Sap doesn't like this answer and he's not the kinda guy that just takes no for an answer when he knows that he needs help. And as you point out captain this is a horribly tragic savage crime. This is of the utmost importance. I completely agree. So he starts lobbying. His local congressman. Saying you need to go to bat for us and and get this done. Make this happen and through that channel. He ends up being told. Hey all right. We're going to move forward with the amber alert for this abducted child wa again. Look at this case we. We have a murder victim. So when you have murdered victim the the best outcome at that point is to get a suspect click davidge charge them convict them and have them spend the rest of their life in jail and while we have the work getting done to make the amber alert happen now we have to bring in the computer forensic detectives right because since we can't figure out who dr lene fisher is our next effort is going to be tracing the communications from this so called darleen fisher regarding the possible purchase of one of the dogs through a lot of work. They're able to very quickly trace that back to a single ip address. And i'm going to shorten this version of the story captain because it does get very complicated. It's a lot of reaching out to people in other states to find out some information that lead you to another piece of information and another piece of information and speaking to but it's it's information that's it's elementary to use. She studied computer right. That's correct and by the way there will be new computer shirts this week. And the on the store page they trace this to a single ip address and then what they learn is that that is coming from a town in malvern. Kansas which is about one hundred and seventy miles away they. The ip address is traced to a telephone that was registered to a kevin montgomery at south adams road and melber. Well this is a really darn good lead. Isn't it so the fbi decide hey. Let's start watching this house and soon. They spot a dirty red toyota corolla but kansas license plates. Pull up to that address. of course. it's dirty toyota. Corolla the agents. Now they're going to move into the residence. once inside. they find a man and woman sitting on the couch and between them appears to be a baby wrapped up in a sheet. Now they can't see you know any features of the baby. They can't see the face or any skin or anything like that. In fact one of the agents says it really crossed my mind in that moment considering everything i had just seen in the last twenty four hours that the baby could be somewhere else and that could be a shotgun or some kind of handgun wrapped up For for them to grab easily right and take us out. Well they check on the situation they are right and find out that it was in fact a baby. It was in fact the missing baby that they were looking for sitting between these two people on the couch. They're just sitting there watching tv like nothing happened. Like like a couple of new parents and in fact. Oddly enough they are watching. The amber alert information that is coming out on their tv screens. Us savages of course they arrest both of these individuals and the baby sent off to the hospital. And i won't leave anybody hanging for too long. I'll jump to this portion of the story. The baby was determined to be healthy okay. Nothing's wrong with the baby. No injuries at all. Thank god that's what. I was saying about five minutes ago but you and erupted me the the importance of moving all this stuff ford was like i was saying you have murdered victim nor- normally that's all you have a murder victim so now you have to get the suspect. Evidence charged them. Put them in jail. And that's the best outcome but when you have but in this case the the victim taken by the murderers dow you have another outcome and it's going to be on your hands and that's how most law enforcement look at it. Hey it's on our hands if we do not capture these people in time and get this baby back and have the baby be okay in. Have the baby alive and not.
"bobbie" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"May fourteenth. Welcome to true crime garage wherever you are whatever you doing. Thanks for listening. I'm your host naked with me as always is a man with a message that the things that you own end up owning you here is the capped. It's kid to be seen as good to see you. Thanks for listening. Thanks for town of france today. We are still sipping on an orange. We hail called mothers doing good brewed.
Interview with Duncan Palamourdas of 'Why Alex Beats Bobbie At Poker'
"Got an awesome author and poker educator. Dunkin paulo mortis on the line with me. Dunkin teaches the mathematics of poker and poker education at ucla. He's written great articles for awesome sites like upswing poker news card player and is written his first poker book. Why alex beats bobby at poker. Thanks for joining. Alex worley ending dunkin. Absolutely it's my pleasure. Yes no aleksei. I mean we love. Alex i like. I like to believe that. I have a part of me in alex although i i like to think of her as you know the idealistic version i like to think that a part of me is is in there. So that's a compliment actually good good. I'm glad to hear in. And i have to say that. There's quite a bit of bobby in me. Still i played. And i'm a loser. But some of that bobby action. I'm i'm doing that occasionally on the felt all of us for sure it. Yes yeah definitely so thank you very much once again or you know doing this interview with me. I appreciate it now. Yeah definitely your book. You actually even signed it for me. And i really appreciate that. Rich and famous edition signed book. I really love this book and you explain. It's pretty obvious. You're a good educator right good at communicating your Your thoughts and your ideas haven't seen your actual presentations seminars and south via the written word. You really know your stuff. And i love how this book. So you're a math guy. But you don't overcomplicate things crazy. Tough math as you know poker. Math is pretty simple. Lots of addition subtraction multiplication division. But you didn't bog the book down with math and you did something great. Which was you took these two players. Alex and bobby alex at the top of her game bobby just beginning or maybe he's just kind of losing player. But you gave so many real world relatable examples that really illustrated all of your points. I i just. I thought i just gotta say it's an awesome
Federal government conducts its first execution of woman since 1953
"U. S government has executed the only woman on federal death row. NPR's Cheryl Corley reports. Lisa Montgomery was the first woman to be put to death by the federal government in decades. Warning. This report has a graphic description of violence. Lisa Montgomery died at 1 31 in the morning. The U. S. Supreme Court cleared the way for the execution. After hours of legal wrangling, Montgomery was sentenced to death for the 2004 killing of 23 year old Bobbie Jo Stinnett and Missouri. Stinnett was eight months pregnant when Montgomery strangled her and cut her open to kidnap the baby, which she tried to pass off as her own. Montgomery's legal team said she suffered brain damage a mental illness that was exacerbated by severe sexual abuse that occurred when she was a child. Attorney Kelly Henry said the government stopped at nothing in its zeal to kill a damaged and delusional woman. Montgomery's death makes her the 11th federal inmate to be executed by the Trump administration since July. Cheryl Corley. NPR NEWS
First federal execution of female inmate in almost 70 years put on hold
"Of the only woman on federal death row is now on hold. NPR's Cheryl Corley says A judge granted a stay of execution for Lisa Montgomery just hours before she was scheduled to die. Warning. This report has a graphic description. The stay of execution holds what would have been the U. S government's first execution of a female inmate in more than 67 years. Lisa Montgomery was sentenced to death for killing 23 year old Bobbie Jo Stinnett in 2004. Stinnett was eight months pregnant. Montgomery cut the baby from her womb and tried to pass the child off has her own. Montgomery's attorneys have argued that extreme sexual abuse and torture Montgomery suffered as a child. Let the brain damage and severe mental illness. The stay of execution allows the court to hold a hearing to determine whether Montgomery is currently competent to be put to death. No hearing date has been set. The government has filed a notice to appeal.
1st US execution of female inmate in 67 years halted
"The first U. S. execution of a female inmate in sixty seven years was supposed to happen today but a judge has halted it judge Patrick handling granted the stay late Monday citing the need to determine Lisa Montgomery's mental competency the Kansas woman is facing execution for killing Bobbie Jo Stinnett and cutting out her baby she was planning to raise the girl as her own the child is now sixteen Montgomery had a history of faking pregnancies and tricks to net into believing that you were meeting up so Montgomery could adopt a puppy Montgomery's lawyers have argued that sexual abuse during her childhood it lead to mental illness I'm Julie Walker
Lisa Montgomery's execution now set for Jan. 12
"The only woman on the federal death row is scheduled to be executed tomorrow. If the execution goes ahead as the federal government plans Lisa Montgomery will be killed a Terra Haute, Indiana federal prison, Daniel Witty reports, Montgomery was convicted of strangling Bobbie Jo Stinnett to death in 2004 with a rope and cutting her unborn child from her womb. And claiming the infant as her own. Montgomery's lawyers appealed to the Trump administration to commute her sentence to life in prison. The administration has denied the request. Kelly Henry told CBS that Montgomery shouldn't be executed because she suffers from mental illness. Lisa Montgomery is thesaurus of person because she suffers from severe mental illness. Who is more appropriately punished with life imprisonment without parole. When you look at Lisa's history, you see Time after time after time where people could have intervened and gotten her the help she needed, and none of this would have ever happened. Montgomery's lawyers say she was sexually abused and traumatized as a child. Prosecutors say Montgomery deserves execution. Because of the crimes premeditated cruelty and because it would bring closure. Justin, it's family. Montgomery's execution will take place just over a week before death penalty opponent Joe Biden is inaugurated. Montgomery originally was scheduled to be put to death on December 8th. But the execution was temporary. Blocked after her attorneys contracted coronavirus while visiting her in
Appeals court lifts delay of Lisa Montgomery's execution
"Federal appeals court has cleared the way for the only woman on federal death row to be executed. This month, Three judge appellate panel in the District of Columbia concluded a lower court judge was wrong when last week he vacated Lisa Montgomery's execution date. January 12th. The delay was granted after Montgomery's attorneys contract and covert 19 saying they needed more time to file a clemency petition. Montgomery was convicted of killing 23 year old Bobbie Jo Stinnett in Skid Row. Missouri in 2004, strangling the pregnant woman, cutting the baby from her womb and passing the newborn off as her own. Montgomery's lawyers say she suffers from serious mental illness. They're asking for a full appeals court review with hopes of delaying the execution this month. President elect Joe Biden, who takes office January, 20th opposes the death penalty, but has not said whether or not he will end federal executions.
Appeals court lifts delay of Lisa Montgomery's execution
"Has cleared the way for the only woman on federal death row to be executed. This month, Three judge appellate panel in the District of Columbia concluded a lower court judge was wrong when last week he vacated Lisa Montgomery's execution date. January 12th. The delay was granted after Montgomery's attorneys contract and covert 19 saying they needed more time to file a clemency petition. Montgomery was convicted of killing 23 year old Bobbie Jo Stinnett. Didn't Skidmore, Missouri in 2004, strangling the pregnant woman, cutting the baby from her womb and passing the newborn off as her own. Montgomery's lawyers say she suffers from serious mental illness. They're asking for a full appeals court review with hopes of delaying the execution this month. President elect Joe Biden, who takes office January, 20th opposes the death penalty, but has not said whether or not he will end federal executions. Jackie Quinn, Washington Coming UP on
Order delaying execution of Lisa Montgomery, only female on federal death row, vacated
"Courts cleared the way for the only woman on federal death row to be executed this month. A three judge appellate panel in the District of Columbia concluded a lower court judge was wrong when last week he vacated Lisa Montgomery's execution date. January 12th. The delay was granted after Montgomery's attorneys contract and covert 19 saying they needed more time to file a clemency petition. Montgomery was convicted of killing 23 year old Bobbie Jo Stinnett in Skidmore, Missouri, in 2004, strangling the pregnant woman cutting the baby from her. Womb and passing the newborn off as her own. Montgomery's lawyers say she suffers from serious mental illness. They're asking for a full appeals court review with hopes of delaying the execution this month. President elect Joe Biden, who takes office January, 20th opposes the death penalty, but has not said whether or not he will end federal executions.
Appeals court vacates order delaying woman's execution
"A federal appeals court cleared the way for the only woman on federal death row to be executed this month a three judge appellate panel in the district of Columbia concluded a lower court judge was wrong when last week he vacated Lisa Montgomery's execution date January twelfth the delay was granted after Montgomery's attorneys contracted cobit nineteen saying they needed more time to file a claim and see petition Montgomery was convicted of killing twenty three year old Bobbie Jo Stinnett in Skidmore Missouri in two thousand four strangling a pregnant woman cutting the baby from her womb and passing the newborn off as her own Montgomery's lawyers say she suffers from serious mental illness they're asking for a full appeals court review with hopes of delaying the execution this month president elect Joe Biden who takes office January twentieth opposes the death penalty but has not said whether or not he will end federal executions Jackie Quinn Washington
"bobbie" Discussed on Coffee and Books
"Us just you sound. So excited about this, I want to make sure that you get the. I don't Know everybody can access your uncle bobby site. You can go to instagram, uncle bobbies. You can also follow us on facebook and twitter at uncle bobbies as you also have your own podcast. What's it called? Doing. With Zeke Elliot Experience. An Austrian inside. The alley experience I read make sure you check that out. It's pretty maybe one day I'll get anybody to his you know you would think that like. Working with them and no one miss stuff. Get invite but no, it's. Another book maybe what about other book comes out by then I will have recess but I take it when you write the Luther Book. That's a high standard. Okay. So I wasn't going to tell this to the world until it was close to done it was most deeply held secret, but as has already revealed to walk yes I'm going to write a book on the Great Luther Vigils not trying to exceed the work of Craig Seymour, who would a wonderful book on who the vandals just trying to tell the slightly different story about Luther maybe even a documentary. So one day that'll come he's saying I have to write a memoir on the the greatest singer of all time in order to make park s pretty hard cotton but I'm going to be tested for you Isaiah. I want to thank God for joining. All right. Thank. You. Thank, you for listening. Coffee. Books Mitchell you clouds instagram with the handle coffee and Brooks show. Also, you can buy all the books that have been discussed here on bookshop dot org slash over Bobby's, or you can go to uncle bobbies dot com. WILL BE OBESE I e S. dot com..
"bobbie" Discussed on Coffee and Books
"Get what they really want out of it s right. If Joe Biden has president, day will celebrate to it. If Donald, trump wins a lot of our base will will mourn with it, and that'll be the thing that consoles them. Hopefully it is just me talking hopefully, it'll be the last of the political books for the season I hate that when I look at the bestseller list I, hate that when I look at every bookstore shelf around the country, all I see is books on how to trump what's wrong with trump. Mary Trump's book was super interesting of Bob Woodward's book Super Interesting. It's not that I, don't John. Bolton's book super interesting. Is that the I have an issue with any of these books on Donald Trump is just enough. I'm the I want think about something else i WanNa talk about something else and his political seasons made that the only thing in town at. least the Obama the won't be about trump. It'll be about his reflection his memoir and he wrote every word of this book. So I'm interested interested to see how that plays out when you looking forward to see. So one of the things that's been really really refreshing about the books coming out this year are just in fiction and fiction stories that are centering. Completely different or characters of Color Intersectional Characters lgbtq characters, and there is a book coming out this Tober Memorial by Brian. Washington centers in interracial gay couple that's been getting some really good buzz. Excited about that, we have to make sure that we put that on the front page because I think there's something that people absolutely want to remind hopefully, we can get him on coffee and books to talk about it. is about you I mean huge Martin. I'm extremely excited for the Obama. Book. I just purchased Mariah new book the meaning of. By reading that. I'm. act like they're just so highbrow the only like serious political book that her Ryan. I'm excited about Brian Book, which was. With my idea friend my dear friend Michaela Angela. Davis your that you have you have you started I started I am on like chapter five on. The part about her. Is. It's really doping I'm a huge fan of her anyway. So it is only right that I got it. Well. That book is available right now again or bodies page bookshop, dot org, slash shop slash uncle bobbies, but it's also a book that you can get any way. I just want you to buy it from somebody because that book is super. Super good and I'm like Isaiah, one of those. Biography Him Sash Memoir heads I love to hear the story if he black Meyer Orion, of course, is one of a few weeks ago on the show, we had David Ritz make sure you check that out who has written books with. So many of the great celebrities so many great musicians in particular of the Twentieth Century as adult book that I think everybody's check out check out the podcast. We. Believe means to write with those people. So before we go normally I, torture my guest with a a a game that I won't make play, which is by far with a burning only because it's three are. But I can sign you all to aren't as our island mark. Yes I'm actually excited for your book that comes out next month as well, and is now just because you own uncle bobbies and. Made me say but no, seriously, it's out of your book is we still here and as a collective we came with that as a Hashtag in March you know it was like within the first week of we closing and we wanted people to know that we're still here right like the doors might be close but uncle bobbies isn't going anywhere and you know a your book. I think is going to be very present two people, right? Like it's going to reflect all of the trauma, all of the stress, all of the gangs at We's you know black folks gone through since March and before, and I'm excited to read it. But I'm also excited for other people to read it because I think people need that kind of content I, think people want to. China contextualized try to try to put what's happened in the last seven months into some type of perspective. You know I know you expect me to say that but that's that's something I'm excited about right like because it's a little bit different than just a memoir just a you know a novel but this hey, this would happen to us the last seven or eight months you. Know I'll expect a lot of books next three years. But like you're kind of you rush this out you got out really fast, I, think if people you know I think some comfort food, you know what I mean like for the year is over some I'm excited for the we still yet to come next out I. Appreciate that I'm glad somebody loves me at Uncle Bobby. Stream. Got Joking pre order did. Not As dope I appreciate. Yes. The book is called. We still hear pandemic policing protests possibility it comes out of every ten. We'll do an episode on that too is to figure out who's going to do the episode with me may maybe uncle come back in and talk to me by that actually might be fun y'all got to read it first and then you can make me do it when I was tortures games but. I'm super super happy to have talked to. Ya. I love Ya but it doesn't mean that jar get away without having to do something that no likes to do, which is pick a book overall other. So y'all on a desert island yell stuck with each other and normally I give people three books. But since it's Three. Your each get one book and it doesn't You can only have one book that you have to have the rest of your life to read what is that book I'm going to start with suggest it was Nice I. Let him go last Isaiah you go i. Really easy. I would take heavy by Lehman. WAF-. Jesse let me get so much love on this show. A lot of it is from me. Michael. Smith talked about it a little while back as well. Heavy. Is One. That was powerful memoirs that I've ever read he he's my favorite living writer right now. So I totally get that. Now if I was on a desert island, I don't know if heavy would be the book I would bring not because it's not amazing but again, I think it's one of the best books written in the Twentieth Century or twenty first century it's just so heavy. You know what I'm saying you could beat a desert island crying you're going to be a desert island reflect all your emotional pain. You're going to be on a desert island trying to repair relationships you doing where it's all dope it's just like that's how. I thought you as a musician. Music it was going to say like you know a border light book. Fun. But but no heavy is a don't choice and you stuck with it now where do you? WanNa go with. With pleasure activism, the politics of feeling good by Adrien Marie Brown. Good. Work. It's chock full of dope essays and just you know just the perfect reminders to this. Good. What it's amazing. If the really studying covers, there's a lot of great things about that book again I'll. Be Thinking about activists but you know I'll let you live with that when to justed. died. So the book I think I'd pick is I'd probably pick the tipping point by Malcolm. Glide well. It's the type of book that I take a little bit something different every time I read it. It's kind of like a Jay Z. Album. You know what I mean. So I think I would need a book I would kind of have to be able to refresh itself to me, and that's the first book that crossed my mind that I think I can kind of get a little bit of a different experience every time I read it. So that's that's why I picked up. That sounds like an interesting choice to that that for me and I guess this question all the time south and things like if I was strain on island were fiction or nonfiction right when I wanna be escaping or would I be wanting some insight right? What I want something poetic. What I would it's a tough questions an impossible question there's no right or wrong but I like all your choices. You degrade I to come back hang out with more often like this. Did it. Vital. Invite.
"bobbie" Discussed on Coffee and Books
"A lot of bookstores in business and one of the things it did for us specifically was it allowed us to do what we do best, which is curate culture and promote, and they got to handle all the online fulfillment, all the the customer service questions and things like that. We didn't really have staff with the bandwidth to really do that, but it provides an outlet to really. Become a pretty strong powerhouse on in terms of online book sales and you know the sales have been. Just. You know I think exceeded expectations. So bookshop definitely deserves a lot of credit providing us with a lot of those resources. Absolutely at allowed independent bookstores to. Like a much bigger company than they are, and it allowed them to stabilize like you said without without the resources for fulfillment in full staff I mean, it was incredible, and by the way we're still on bookshop dot org go to bookshop dot org, slash shop slash uncle bobbies, and access all the books that we've talked about today and do all of your online shopping again maple. So it's rather country have bookshop dot org links and and we need that type of thing in order to keep everybody going a something happened later in the spring a tragedy. George Floyd was killed. And this was after the death of mine. This was after killing Brianna Taylor, which we found out about a little bit later, a lot of just because of how the news operated and there were protests in the streets and at the very same time that there were so many protests on the streets you look at the New York Times bestseller list, and at the top of every list was a race book. Ebro Kennedy's how to be an anti-racist Anna's book stamp near the top Robin Dangelo, white fragility right near the top. We saw the resurgence of books like Cooper's eloquent rage. We saw house any or race that came out hit the New York Times list and that.
"bobbie" Discussed on Coffee and Books
"Hey. Marc. Lamont Hill of. Coffee and books I have. A scholar and most importantly up nerd. I, say Buchner because I will just love to read books. I'm the person who loves to read about the Book I love hearing all this talk about how why they wrote the Book I love talking to other book nerds about their favorite books. That's why I started coffee and books mark at all about books every episode I sit down over a cup of coffee with the world's biggest authors to discuss the most interesting controversial fund and important books except times we hang out with experts, fans and. Other, special guests to talk about some of the greatest books of all time and speaking of special guest. Today is absolutely my most favorite episode of all time and I'll tell you why over the last year bookstores all around America have taken a major hit, the Kobe nineteen pandemic, a shutdown, the economic slowdowns protests in the street all of it has caused bookstores to have to re imagine their role in the community is caused a lot of us to shut our doors and it's changed in some ways the relationship between communities in books. And so I want to spend this episode talking and thinking about what bookstores went through the cheer, how they're managing, how they're surviving how their thriving. It also talk about what we're thinking about the rest of the year in terms of what books are selling and what their own for it is for bookstores around America. So instead of pulling in people from all around the world, I decided to quote the Great Russell? Conwell. To find the acres of diamonds in my own backyard are went and grabbed my own bobbies coffee and books crew. I'm joined by Justin Moore who is our general manager? I got a visa who is our bookstore manager and I gotTA, Zehr Rivera who is our cafe manage all of them deal with the books they talk about the books they know the business and they're gonNA. Hang out with me how y'all doing good good. Mark. Silver special guests I have the on the same course as August expect to have a special answer. I always ask everybody they're drinking I'm currently drinking a very nice. All Milk I needed some energy today. I'm having a very rough day. Having day. I. Switched from playing black coffee to Espresso and I specifically do the Latin even I'm not a big dairy person anymore the Latin makes me feel fancy and French as a you're the cafe managers I assume you have some real high high quality fancy drink drink will absolutely I am drinking jank created here. Don't go bobbies the. Talbot Energy and it's basically a chai tea with. And and I use note. Exercise really good. How about you I with the Classic Espresso Today. Good luck alone. Oh Nice you put your pinkie up when you drink. Absolutely. The only way to do. It absolutely takes better that way. Justin. How about how about you? You're not even a big coffee person. Become one but I do like sweets I'm having Vanilla Child. Say All right. Okay. So A fall everybody out there. You know there's a way that I have become a complete coffee snob in the sweeter the drink the more it's less authentic. So I have a little bit of Judgment Against Isaiah. Based on their coffee drinks but I will let y'all live because you all have been so great this year in her uncle bobbies and really representative bookstores all around the country of weather what has really been a very, very tough year in March of two, thousand twenty, the Kobe nineteen pandemic reached such a proportion bad national stay at home order in our city in our state of Pennsylvania hit routes even before the national order, and so we had to close and is hard to have a bookstore where you close if your primary businesses people walk in and buying books and in having events and stuff like that just. Talk a little bit about what it meant for your your confidence bookstore owners around the country I mean Waco nineteen me for us for bookstores I mean it was devastating obviously the thing that sets independent bookstores apart from you know the big chains or you know Amazon is that in person curation right? That in person customer experience, you know that community feel and what Kobe did kind of take away. The. One thing we had over, you know kind of like the eight hundred pound elephant in the room. It also took away. One of the other things I made uncle bobby special was in curse author events, right? Like that's the other thing that community in the bookstores can do. They can connect the audience with the author into book signings and and give people a unique experience and you know, Kobe just. Wiped out completely off the map. So we went from, you know operating as normal to having to try to complete change business model within a few months. So it was it was devastating not just a alkyl bobbies put all of us and I remember when it was started when it started to happen in January. February there was talk of code but people were still moving partly because you know the leadership. Coming out of DC and we weren't sure just how big a problem this was but it it kept getting bigger and bigger and I noticed that the most we had a wonderful book, a bit of a Linda Sarsour and her wonderful memoir, and we were expecting hundreds and hundreds of people. It was affiliate. There are Muslims they're Palestinians, they our people who just love a good memoir that people just uncle bobbies. Kind of our community, there was a sense that this is going to be a huge event and we had a good number of people come out but not nearly as many as I had hoped for and later or people are saying to me like, Oh, well, I was afraid a colder and that's when I first got got my sense that this was something really had to think about I don't think though that I that I thought that the that we close necessarily think we close for. Months six months I mean I did what was your sense at the time? Were were we really hit the ground running at the beginning of the year with these events and then? That was the first thing to. Be Extinguished. So, Holy. But it was really really finding experience to see how the virtual events bound up picking up immediately after it panicky arena community engaged. I'm glad you virtual events because part of the story of two thousand twenty is the collapse of bookstores and and and the struggles of bookstores. But there's also a really interesting story about where we went after that and I'm going. To the events in the second I took a little bit about the crisis a little bit more I mean. There's a way that a pandemic completely wipes out at any comedy people can't work. People can't see the families businesses can't pay their employees. For Bookstore for the bookstores. But any, and you know a lot of bookstores around the country. There was a sense of panic. What happened how what did the bookstore community do I mean again? Amazon's Amazon still running. That's the other piece of this right? Amazon. Is still doing it stay in fact. Whenever by stuck in the House Amazon becomes the best option for books before a Pakistanis for for thermometer for whatever you need for your house but but but bookstores independent books thrones.
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"bobbie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Sports play well Bobbie slur if a plan being considered by Major League Baseball is adopted the season will get underway in two states Florida and Arizona according to USA today baseball is considering a plan that would group all of its teams based on the location of their spring training sites no national league no American League instead fifteen teams would compete in Arizona fifteen teams were playing Florida they would be grouped in divisions of five clubs three divisions in each state the games would be played it empty stadiums the XFL last month canceled what remained of its season due to the pandemic now another blow for the upstart league all XFL employees have been laid off the league has suspended operations it's all systems go for the NFL draft which is now less than two weeks away the Heisman Trophy winner LSU quarterback Joe burrow could very well be the number one pick in the draft and borough will clearly bring his new club a large dose of confidence one everywhere that and I'm I've never had a losing season and scored from the moment I was five years old so I'm not a loser all I just wanted to see my work when Carl's NFL debut will be one of the big story lines heading into the new NFL season there will be no bigger story line that what Tom Brady can accomplish in Tampa Bay but how about the quarterback Brady displaced this is Tampa Bay general manager Jason Licht don James what's that we have a lot of respect for James James was still part of our plan if if things went a different route got a lot of respect for my thought he did a lot of great things and you can anybody in our office for building would say the same thing he did some spectacular things for us I would never say that personally I don't think and I think I speak on behalf of the organization that that he was a bust which there remains an unrestricted free agent according to a report in the New York Post drew Brees already has a job lined up when his playing days are over Brees says reportedly agreed to become a game analyst for NBC sports multiple NBA teams want the league to push back the draft from June twenty fifth until August first at the earliest ESPN reports the move would give teams more time to properly conduct the pre draft process the type of evaluation that can't be done because of pandemic related restrictions Iowa all America center Luka Garza has declared for the NBA draft but will lead to the process without an agent so he can maintain his college eligibility Duke big man Vernon Carey junior will enter the draft becomes the third blue devil to declare twenty catches Stanley and Trey Jones obviously listen to CBS sports radio with the radio dot com app free and available in the Google play and iTunes app store.
"bobbie" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Only two let's go to Bobbie and Hicksville Bobby how you doing I believe it is at least better any better you right that was a great show thanks okay what do you what do you what do you up to now I'd like to say to all the English speaking peoples provides child is capitalized can that's the other way it's hard to pronounce their capital Jennifer Metcalfe in Moscow or Russian for music so probably that I hear a cuckoo clock going on behind well it's just a prototype to bring the whole city was speaking world the audience the cuckoo sound with him I didn't play that year played his own cuckoo sound behind it so you in the middle of this crisis is people are dying this is your concern it's peaking that's picking up picking it up picking but not but not Beijing basin okay well thanks for thanks for slowing us down here in Dallas Morton point I don't know who but all right well that's no that's good that's good takes your mind off the crisis late Long Island you had a good day yesterday at the it wasn't a big increase just about the numbers looking bad in Long Island specially Suffolk County even though even the little Hamptons with a small population has three hundred cases but you got to Babylon Islip what's the case is to stay in be careful out in Long Island Connecticut it's on the rise you had three thousand some cases last week you're up at seven thousand it's rising their Stamford finally hit a thousand cases a lot of but one of the old thank all the heroes all the time a lot of great restaurants you if you're up in Connecticut there all these like okay well we'll get to that after the news my clock is officer back after the news on seven ten W. O. R. the radio station in New York stay on top of the latest coronavirus news and information with seven ten W. O. R. the voice of New York radio stations is fifty five degrees at eleven o'clock good morning I'm Joe Bartlett mayor de Blasio says real progress is being made in the fight against corona virus he says hospitalizations are stabilizing and the need for ventilators is less than expected this gives me hope more help than ever that we can get through this really tough moment and come out together save a lot of lives and get on to recovery at some point the mayor says social distancing is working but he says now is not the time to let up it's time to double down but we know from some other parts of the world that is hard to see a little bit progress took their foot off the gas let down their guard and guess what this awful ferocious disease started to reassert itself in New Jersey governor Murphy during a field hospital in medicine today it's going to treat non coronavirus patients.
Former CNN anchor Bobbie Battista dead after cervical cancer battle
"Now a long time familiar face on CNN has died a family spokesman says former anchor Bobby Batista passed away this morning after a four year battle with cervical cancer Batista was one of the original CNN headline news anchor is when the network first launched in nineteen eighty one she also anchored several news programs on the network including talkback live which aired before a studio audience Bobby Batista dead at the age of
The Classified Ad Rapist: Bobby Joe Long
"On Mother's Day nineteen eighty-four. The Florida Sun started to set over Tampa two teenage boys stroll down a lane near I seventy five. They knew they should be heading home to spend the evening with their MOMS uh-huh but they donald been joying the freedom of summer a gentle breeze carried an awful odor through the air curious the pair headed towards towards a nearby construction site which seemed to be the source of the smell as they got closer and the stench grew more powerful they noticed something blackened and mangled and festering among the long weeds. Morbid curiosity drew them closer wondering if perhaps they had stumbled across a dead animal with shock the boys saw the shape was the body of a girl around their age she was naked and her hands were bound behind her back. The site was horrific and the boys struggled not to vomit in the grass. The boys raced home to tell their mothers and call the police. It was a mother's is day. No one would soon forget. The boys had just stumbled across the body of June T.. Long One of many victims. Gums of bobbie Jo longs murderous
With Their Land in Flames, Aboriginals Warn Fires Show Deep Problems in Australia
"As Australia has been ravaged by one of its worst bushfire seasons in history. There is a lot of debate about controlled. Burns and the role. That fire can play in managing managing fire aboriginal. Australians used fire to manage brush lands and forests long before Britain started sending convicts to the continent in the seventeen hundreds. NPR's Jason Bobi and caught up with an aboriginal teacher who just lost his home and camp to the raging infernos knoll Butler and his wife. Trish used to run the neuro. Ganja the aboriginal culture and education camp deep in a forest in New South Wales but last weekend inferno swept through their canyon up in front of us of course day. That's what's left warehouse. That was a two story. I frame house which I built. The inferno. Torched the camp their house and the surrounding woods for miles. And what you can see now is nothing not a single thing left. It's Oh absolutely completely destroyed. The ground is covered in powdery ash. Every tree trunk is charred. Char- black some of them still smolder. There's not a single green leaf left anywhere so Butler is putting out. Hey for the KANGAROOS and chickenfeed for the wallabies wallabies. Look long-legged goats. Lead Anything Butler has also been burying Kangaroos and wallabies. That were killed in the blaze. But he's seen one large grey kangaroos. reuss still alive and the tracks of some wallabies a few birds have returned. Butler and his wife used this place to hold camps and workshops and aboriginal culture than a program for troubled indigenous youth. School groups would come to learn about native art. History and food fire was a key issue. They teach about far in. This place is zero friend. Fire has been used by tying to look after this whole continent forever. Native peoples used what they called cool burns as low intensity fires intended to balance the various plants and trees growing in an area how we maintain that balance is far by not letting any wanting dominate the eucalyptus shouldn't be allowed to overrun all the other trees. If one starts to take over a grassland it should get burned back. Aboriginal people have generations of knowledge about managing the landscape on this continent. Butler says nordby public officials who rely on massive back Burns this week. The New South Wales Rural Fire Service Commissioner defended the large scale controlled burns. Firefighters have been using. There's been a torrent of criticism over the blazes uses the clearly frustrated. Commissioner declared the burns or necessary to try to cut back the amount of fuel available for the next blaze but Butler says. There's clearly a problem problem. Fires have been burning since October. All across Australia and officials say they continue to burn for months. The place is heading for destruction. Nobody can deny Benoy. Never can say this is just. This is normal. It isn't Australia. Had Hottest and driest year on record in two thousand Nineteen Butler puts the blame squarely on humans by in his words not respecting mother. Earth mismanaging the land and continuing to burn fossil fuels. Oh I think this is a wakeup call. Not The only frustration but for the rest of the world you cannot just destroy the land you cannot destroy what keeps you alive. Butler's father told him a long time ago. He says that the white man may have to destroy himself in order to save himself and Butler worried that now. That may be coming true. Jason bobbie-ann NPR N._p._R.. News New South Wales Australia.
"bobbie" Discussed on On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels
"It will really change how we all think about gender and who the leaders are yeah. That's amazing and I think you're clearly on the way to that so How can people find you? Follow Your Work Bobby. I have so committee knees Bobby. Yobe B. I. E. C. on twitter or women in O- on twitter twitter and and instagram mass innovation nights. You can basically you google my name and a whole bunch of stuff will come up that you can pick your choose asam. We will have a bunch of links including innovation women on the show notes on the SCHMOOZE DOT COM. Bobby thank you so much joining us. This has been a really great conversation. Thanks for having me. I hope you enjoyed that interview with Bobby. Such a pledge speak with her and learn about her leadership journey. What what is your key takeaway from our conversation? Something put into action. This week you'll benefit from for years to come share it resonate with you in the show notes at on the SCHMOOZE DOT COM look look for episode one hundred seventy four. That's also you'll find all the links and resources when today show as well as over one hundred seventy archived episodes on this pinterest inspired Jerod page reach out and let me know which for your favorite interviews and as I mentioned I'm stuck in the gap and could really use your help. Are you willing to write a comment and share my official. Tech's Talk Doc. Video wants US released. Thank you join my techs launch team at ROBBI SAMUELS DOT COM forward slash Ted ex launch team. And I'll be in touch. Did you catch a replay available the livestream. If you'd like to see a sneak peek of my talk email me at robby robby samuels dot com. And I'll share the link. I'm not sharing sharing this link publicly because I do want the focus to be on the official video. If you enjoy this episode with Bobby please share with your friends. And don't forget subscribes. Miss next week show Oh remember. Subscribing is always free. Are you a fan. That's awesome. I'd love to review and Apple podcast. It's easy to find our page at I tunes dot on the SCHMOOZE DOT COM. Thank you to dance. Look forward to connecting again next week. It'll be interviewing another town. Professional about their untold stories of leadership and end networking looks for their career. Challenges Work Life Balance and how they built a strong professional network or the way to becoming a successful leader until then have an amazing.
Afghanistan, Kabul And Bobbie Allen discussed on Snap Judgment
"The US envoy to Afghanistan is calling for peace talks to be accelerated after a suicide bombing in a packed wedding hall in Kabul last night and here's Bobbie Allen reports the attack comes as the US and the Taliban negotiated deal for American troops to withdraw in exchange for Taliban support in counterterrorism the local Islamic state affiliate claimed responsibility for the deadly attack on a wedding reception in Kabul that killed sixty three people and wounded a hundred and eighty two others the US special envoy for Afghan peace Zalmay Khalilzad condemned the attack on Twitter he says peace talks between the Taliban and Afghan government will put Afghanistan in a stronger position to defeat the Islamic state negotiators say they're close to an agreement on withdrawing American troops in exchange for the Taliban committing to peace and security but the US backed Afghan government has been left out of the talks and even if there is a deal many worry that violence in the country will processed and that the Taliban will not do enough to protect civilians after years of killing civilians themselves Bobbi Alan NPR
"bobbie" Discussed on The Culture of Being
"Is they shouldn't everybody was thinking but yeah I've I've made my boot Aleve it's like work right yeah it's like high to go to his veins single gay and some of them stuff on soundcloud and listen to dogs controlling smile because we made this shit back in like two thousand like the sound is talent ranking should it's easy in a way because it's not as complex but at the same time you gotTa know the cousin that it's hard to make something catchy that's like original exactly be now but maybe in the future after doing that you can actually blow or creativity yes a big influence on his life so he just gotTa take setback fishing makes that should that's coming over parents are still alive on socks so bad because rods dad passed on too long it was like six months ago or something he was telling the photos father passed away at that song noticed brother the brother passed away a while back I don't know it's been it's been years and that's the song we sample other membership from that day is your singing on it but yeah his dad passed away man I was just like fuck man and devastated I feel bad because I didn't I didn't see him in my hospital because I thought okay I last time senior and Mike I I it's possible that he was back and forth a little bit book arrived just don't he doesn't even talk that should you figured he was good right like you thought but then they got the point where I was like oh you know it's it's I think rod had hit us up I can't remember I talked to he had talked to us on chat thing and saying that wii like couldn't couldn't smoke like you know like we And he was just like starting to be like totally al and I was like damn he was like the next day or something but that's Aw man who's his dad like so cool dude like it's like ride but but more chiller bride I mean live together Bro Church these crazy ass Kamari invites visible oh bro like we were friends for a minute because we fucking I had to play together yeah no tension show up to practice Piz and Iraq and now yeah that was so cool like we used to sit and smoke weed I come by the House and like rivaling either we just like wean should just like ours was talking about life and should've just one of those like old hippie eber type of like why is giving him now people life is too short so my grandma was She just passed away it just makes you feel like finite thanks she realized that Oh shit this really doesn't last forever I go I about dying all the time it's horrible because why why did you should that's what I'm saying is it's like when that should happen yeah think about dying all the time but it's more like man I feel like I have to accomplish something in life before I what that is I don't know but I'm affleck out like I'm GonNa die before that happens to be fucked the fear you'll die before creating what you're supposed to create exactly but Ah Y'all y'all talking about the tunes McKinnon and all that yeah so a lot of those types of books in well like pretty much all twenty probably really yes still read my books like Oh try released but we do trying to read all the time just depends on what's going on you know my life or whatever but yeah I used to law them the type of shirts and and like it was funny because so I got baptized fourteen right yeah my parents have been going to church and all that I'm not like that current Ah yeah yeah sometimes one hundred percent home so so I did that for a minute and nice started concentrating on the religions there about yeah and and then it's funny because the other day I was talking to somebody in I was like yeah I think Jesus you know it's kind of blasphemous say a black thing Jesus.
"bobbie" Discussed on The Culture of Being
"Us vacation there acted because a lot of people don't know history of Vietnam but it was weird and all I was just working to helicopters aircraft avionics like really wanted nineteen twenty at the time I was twenty five Oh 'cause they didn't they didn't prove for five thousand eight still pretty cited do we're going to helicopters shit but the thing about that was place I was at the named more readable because they got more everyday shares rocketed and all that kind of Shit Fun so like I I wanna get there it's like there was like three or four and I'm like this is how I do this is spot 'cause in my thinking I hope I'm not gonNA dangerous ass shit you know what I mean there's a mortgage were hitting at your base your my guy and there was a there was it was a combined air force a army base post and why launch they're trying to hit the airplane anybody get hurt when you were there those mortars which I don't know anybody that got him there is a couple of times I was by myself on the flight line pretty fun close men like in the direction walking in that shoes fucking crazy how big are the explosions from those things I know I can't really nick true to my head like a grenade like car hits the ground and then it just Mrs you'd like everything in the area is really really the it's the shrapnel from what it hits really I think that does those damages claim shit around yeah it's not really the itself I think it's just the other shit that happened in the first week we got there we go Okapi crash like seven people couple couple of months good friends with one of the guys on my first day me that was crazy on their shinedown helicopter or no they just crashed with opened his they lost the they went to Vertigo base flying at night yeah and in in goggles and Shit and and in flying at night dangerous because it's dark even if you can't tell vision goggles gets kinda perception yeah it gets weird and Shit sometimes I can catch vertigo get busiest should go and they just and then somebody told me like in one of the helicopters the I guess more of the pilots like figured out second pulled so hard back that like his I guess from poems are backing low heat it exploded like his his like finger print like his fingers were like not S- figures weren't stuck on the handles but like in Denver it is all the insane I mean I mean the only thing I mean it's like it sucks happen but yeah I mean I should probably happen so they probably were just like the aired some shit and houses feel hard film because such a sane you know crazy way to go so you did that when did you come back to the United States were you deployed for their for ten months and so for like two months and like getting ready we're about ten months I don't know that was probably June of two thousand nine or something like guy got activated June two thousand eight and came back like two thousand nine the fucking hits man so when did you make the transition into making music again making music forever four and yeah yeah I was I was making music was in the military but it was just like I didn't really I didn't even try to put it out or anything like a hobby just because I can't really pursue this this this is won't work right so after I got out I I started really like trying to get into it more as a teacher and I quit I was working to your fight for years and I quit and I was going down to Austin Moshe Tom's making like Flying Lotus Yeah Shit like that like rule weird asks instrumental crazy should be out of that John does suit you like that and I have I got friends and awesome to come down here like wool hope you out and that's when that kind of music it's always been under that's when buzz buzz car seat it out for that put so he started out like since the beginning it's been electronic like talk beats or did you start with other type of music like was making music yeah like when you're making music in the military were you like Yep that's the weird thing is I before I got I was like man I gotta find some like occupy my time not to move their offices teach let me beats got like a tiny house like in Monaco Oxygen Twenty five key words and I think Dell Laptop of the the reason I have the reason has recycle where you can chop samples up in it came in to the samplers and reason so that's how I started doing okay so I beat out your made it sucks because I lost the hard drive but I remember it was like some crazy ass soul singer sample trying to carnaby inside discount pleaded played around cinnabun puts drums on house data walking up and that's sick dude that's crazy that like that's the way you started school though I like that like the people will say like you know making beats like people act like it's not an art or something it's like dude that shit as hard as they can be that makes sense him use get wasted and maybe the next morning like this all took beaches is that it's popular now to do and so easy to make him now you know so there's just so many people doing it you know that it seems like anybody can do it right I mean I guess anybody could make a beat if they'd figure out to practice and but at the same time it's somebody's I mean really the most popular beats on the radio and some easiest oh I know very the minimum very you know so you especially rush rap right and when I like I said I used to me crazy ass shit and so I had to like consciously like take watch out beat aiding rappers too much money and I was thinking Oh yeah rap over this and then they're like bro that's Eh what out of too many layers trying to use this stuff more simple than over it's kind of L. Disdain you know where I can't make like A. B. Lobbies the beat itself that I can move and chop up unlike ten minutes a trash star worry it's to me it's such a unique way of making music because it's only really prevalent in this time like whoa since the computers were made it's hard to do that right now it's like you're doing all these different things on one device a unique way of doing it I mean it's it's awesome because everybody if if you WanNa be artist you can always tried to be I guess nowadays exactly exactly how podcast newsman star wanted and you start telling what you need to do what did actually put in work wash it I was waiting for the cue theme so when did you first meet up with the team of prophets Oh yes yeah when I was I was going to Austin and I'm rod through my train Kale who goes by Trill Collins he's actually the dude aren't that playing the drums on stuff and So this House Party something I'm at Rod in house making a computer and rouser union tools and out like okay and so we just that's how doc you know I think I had lent him I gave him something may be or something and then we started hanging out more than he was like hey you got to meet these guys they go by the neighborhood and at the time it was it what it what he didn't go but it was hug we right another guy the by the way and then another guy that went by ten and they were the neighborhood remember hug telling us about the Yes we met Komo and and did that and then away became friends and he was kind of in my house and he can't he he came up with names province I'll give them that because he's not in the group were for a I think he's actually life.
"bobbie" Discussed on The Culture of Being
"We do yeah in the case of Bobby Bobby bosses and this is how we will file cast food so that's I've never even seen one before yeah before hard I I think I can roll day job like roll joint could join in coban together because the papers like you know swishes got the nicotine strengthening got to laze yeah back got one not only does that like all tobacco Khalif voluntary tobacco the nicotine strips so technically spoke to be healthy for you but he's done with pesticides and stuff Bryan backwards it's like like the Mercedes wants news ah King King would be a foreign if we're going to be technical about it oh my gosh I'm like have you ever smoked on the tobacco in it oh just curious there's been them day as we're headed to work with cigarettes and all they had was a vaccine associated to say there's always those desperate even at that point they're not bad like as regard themselves see that's what I was gonna say that they're pretty good pretty good cigar definitely made for blunt everyone is everyone knows that Should I come around though because I don't remember like I only recently other than music I think they've been around for a long time but I think rappers certain make it more because I know schoolwork you always used to talk about movies all the Indian talking about back with how they're better than like regular they really are they're just so hard to roll their own blunts for once and make the call site has never been rolled out there's no sale on are just like it's different technique in the practice or is it just because it's so much looser literally just the stems sees that's to lease connected by US is very odd to save roles and crazy easiest way to do that a lot of people what do you got the pointed tip and then you got your long among is what folks people up so they just one would which actually do because sometimes backwards they actually come with holding patching pulled off a little bit of extra patched Nice that's the that's the little technique donor ingenuity magazine bully piece for passionate backwoods the Dude I'll show welcome you guys we're recording now again what's the name of the park the cultures being the culture of being this park out so the name comes from like Terence McKenna we used to on his speeches and shit and he said it wants in this speech what do you say like I forget actually what he said he gave this long speech is like and has since that's the whole culture of Meek Dude that's fucking that name it was crazy yeah because at first I wanted to be like starts with a C. T. because my last name's tiger in his first name's Caleb so I'm going to cut it's like it was just like a Ilyas asset like that's not your real name in the nineteen nineties yeah we're going to go have dinner with the Tigers call cotton they for real so you make beats for TV profits you have your own album out that I saw your candy correct oh well that's like a that's like a beat tape yeah okay Gotcha I just throw these random be tapes and shit you're making metal beads making metal yeah like Joe so you're actually playing because I started out as a drummer was like thirteen thousand one really got into the coming and you know I'm thirty five so back then it was all like metallica yeah like the band's Mu Ban that's all metallica nine percent of the time have I have like six seven metallica shirts I used to comb my hair the bill like where it's partisan the middle likes to sit there and just making Mike Per Semester Komo News in the morning stupidest Erica I do feel bad you know he send the whole e Mo and I had I had this author I pulled it off of office I mean like God cringe bro Everybody was the man cub it's only because it's so fucking yes yes we can't do that I always give him shit told me looks like Russell Brand Russell brand is fucking ed beard like those like the size of a couple of weeks ago when I shave on tour my girlfriend was fucking with me they've got a job doing play by play commentary for rage indicates mixed martial arts how I guess I'll look professional like a fucking hairs I love so much like if I if I wasn't music quite like I am I would have totally done that shit slur try to do that right hi is I think that when I was younger when I was eighteen year and now I guess one of the guys was taken that shit with well I mean he he's been doing this forever because that was probably I was eighteen of thirty five but one of the guys that are trained Ryan Ryan reiter man wrong check this because I don't WanNa get our beat but it's like the dude who won the heavyweight title man I guess he was a Ellis County sheriff now but showed the story on my facebook and what am I fucking girlfriend's friend's going there was fucking bootlegger literally fucked me to death I'm not even your common problem with Justin Justin I met this dude about four five buds a lot and it was trying to get fucking my favorite one I heard he has the best fucking bud dude in one day I was up there on talking this dude and somehow got into Oh we're talking and there's something to nose at me I can't wait for the four billion come out because Dude I love the UCLA game like I'll sit there and play like on legendary mode which is like the Max one character you know of one fight or whatever and then I'll just go down the whole roster alphabetically oh she ever you know like if they'd be mine I just keep playing be liberated plays that should I never played the medicine student in the myron Dennis Yeah he's an eighth fighter and he was just like yeah I was I'm like a heavyweight kickboxing or kick Gore yeah it sounds like he was tough top twenty three I guess I was like why he's like Yeah Dude remind you never want to that's one of those guys look so like show joan zoo small dreads twist say hey man what's up I met him last weekend I was like that's fucking mind is a guest house like I've seen all of his glory kickboxing fights again he goes starstruck like freaking out trying to contain it yes or watch Jesus Christ but he's a beast woman God like definitely deficit don't you have to read drowsy a deadly weapon I sure do I went to the way ends and the like behind the scenes like they were definitely feeling out shit I pay for Asia fighter can't fight normal Persian charge something to think it's not fair uh-huh jobs razors just so they can get Straw cowboy thousand jobs like five people in the week that's a crazy life India all the fighters we talked to 'cause we do a segment where we talked to like enemy fighters around here and it's so fun I wanna get into some of that now they're a different breed in that network bro like meeting them because that's that's not as I do a different time maybe I would have been a gladiator and like a Harpsichordist all right Jim and I like you know what I mean so a it's got two sides Oh yeah basically you'd be link around flu slain see it's like I like to dismiss that astrology shit too then it's all makes sense right there's no way to dismiss it is like true bro almost every time when the horoscope she had not horoscopes I'm saying personality all that in many different times acquired Aquarius and they're like over thinkers and that's just like the fucking story in my life my girlfriend's inquiries she does the same thing uh-huh fucking freaking out taking care of Sir can't stop it how do you deal.
"bobbie" Discussed on The Culture of Being
"Hey everybody go check out flies fuck okay see on instagram. Today's show is brought to you by team and final cut or t.f see now what they do is everything makes martial arts in the state of Oklahoma whether it be strength and conditioning training they take you all the way they can give you a fight camp backslash team final cut hey everybody welcome to episode sixty two of the culture of being podcast today's guest was Igloo Panda and he also brought along his friend Caso Bobby at B. O. B. B. I. E. yeah they're both hip hop artist here Oklahoma well actually say equal is probably more he's just a musician man because he makes metal he makes hip hop beats he said he's done like crazy trippy sound music so this dude has lived a hell of life and it was awesome to sit down and pick his brain because I learned so much more about his story than I ever thought just listening to his music yeah exactly it was like super deep conversation from beginning to end really like dudes dudes and fool man he talked about going overseas to Iraq you know he joined the military after nine eleven so he tells us all about that and then we go in Some other topics about his music and it's just it's really beautiful conversation with the Great Guy Man Hope you guys enjoy capitalists to talk to imagination to understanding and we are like somebody who has been Ed drawn well the house was burning down around history has some kind of will for its own transcendent derives our dreams are thoughts the choices we make why we're here in this evening the world is not at all as we supposed to be find that very amazing I mean that's the bottom line.
"bobbie" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"And now bobby and steve duly. The dooley's and the bobby still the bobbie dooley shows. Thank you very much margaret and it's spotty story. I'm very sorry you're didn't have your mouthful ezekiel. Wow okay thanks steve honey. It's zucchinis. Not zucchini has a slight. When you say zucchini. No there is there's a slight residence of filth on now for some reason i think of urination or something but aw i totally understand welcome ladies and gentlemen to the bobby and steve duly show the bobby daily show a lot of people think think that's redundant but i think it further reinforces the fact that it's the bobbie dooley show but also bob duly steve dooley's. Here's komo names steve. My wife is bob bobbie dooley. I love this song. Let's listen showing this holiday for strings and it's being done done by the voices of allure while hulu. It's hawaiian the voices of the voices of walter schumann. I'm sorry sorry hawaiian. No that wouldn't be all right steve so you heard it before we were able to announce it but we knew fully in advance that general show was walking off offer the saturday cinema and would no longer be on the show. I believe that we're allotted or should be allowed some equal time so as for to talk to you about why we essentially will be hosting saturday cinema again this weekend but i know mr henry has made a final determination on that had told us that we go ahead and we'll host another saturday cinema this weekend and also we want to make sure that the lady a longo these are the wild women young women have long ago. We wanna make sure the way while all the while robert the wild women steve steve. Can i help out chris is it's going to be no. You can't help out the wild women wando. We're going to do a new voice to that's gonna come up after the podcast today so so as not to interfere with the podcast that we're going to do right now and <hes> certainly while i think it's worthy to included in the podcast. It's gonna be different. Podcast also joining us on the program. Today is chris. Norton has a filmmaker and chris. I know that you do a lot of of of adult films but as a filmmaker you know the troubles tribulations you know it's you know it's pretty hard to keep it all together. It is pretty hard to keep it together. I do adult films and that makes it doubly hard because as an adult filmmaker the the temptation is not just to make the film but to leap into the action. Do you have to be an actor when you do that. Do you have to be in the cast. Well not not if you're the executive. Get a producing producer and which is what i am on all my dull films and i see the action getting pretty hot. You know i'm just gonna i'll tell i'll start to take my underwear and just say look somebody else. Catch the scene for mental hand a megaphone over to bill biff cock or tad dockings and who are those guys those assess their assistant directors so those hand the megaphone..
Florida executes serial killer who murdered 10 women
"The witnesses to an execution of a serial killer in Florida, a victim who survived his attack Lisa Nolan who was seventeen years old when she was of -ducted and raped by Bobbie. Joe long in nineteen Eighty-four before he let her go was a witness to the serial killers execution in Florida comforting to know that this was actually happening. Reporter, Tim Maguire says Nolan led police to long who later admitted to killing ten women in the Tampa Bay area to
Joe Long, Lisa Nolan And Bill Michaels discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Convicted serial killer Bobbie, Joe long had no last words before he was executed Thursday evening for a murder spree that claimed the lives of ten women. More from Bill Michaels. Witnesses say the sixty five year old long simply closed. His eyes is the lethal injection procedure began at Florida state prison in the front. Row was Lisa Nolan who was of -ducted and raped by long before he released her. And she was able to lead police to him, another witness had on a polo shirt with photos of altern victims on the back in the words, the ones that matter long was pronounced
"bobbie" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Not revive sing Bobbie, gentry. This is one of those projects where you think what? And then a minute later. Good idea. Sufi Harris mercury Rev fanned start with. I was the first three albums which I loved and magical and captivating and weird and beautiful, and then my interest kind of trailed off a little bit. And I do absolutely love Bobby gentry in this record and her story and her crazy life and marrying three people in ten years, and then disappearing often being Rick lose. So I was no I wasn't excited to press play. Because I feel like when these projects have been done before they quite often on less than the sum of their parts. You know, you have. So you have the Leonard Cohen tribute album on your fan. Like, of course, it's not going to be as good as the Leonard Cohen album. They're still kind of an interesting thing. So it was intrigued. And I think it's a noble effort, and I don't think it's even a patent on the delta sway. Right. Is it good in its own? Right. I mean, sure if I was if I was sitting in a cafe listening to it. I would think oh this is you know, who that's a cool record. You know, I think because I really really loved the delta sweet. And a so much a limit. You know, her voices just has one of the most beautiful voices recorded. I think she's in. She sings so close to the mic total confidence in the Loveliness of her voice and the orchestrations of particularly beautiful. And so when you have a son like courtyard, which for my money is the best deal in the original album. If you want to listen to just one some of that album, and it's covered here by Beth Orton. And I think the the some tracks were much better than others. But the ones that don't really work with Beth Orton, all I hate to say at loosen to Williams. It's because they're kind of they giving it their best Bethel trying to make inter kind of torch song, and it all becomes a bit overall. And actually, the beauty of gen. Gentry is the restraint is like so subtle and so elegant and not export gives it they're kind of emotional heft. Really? And so it can get a bit. Like you. The kind of think reverence Camby really great thing to bring to music, and it also can kind of take away from the this sorta vulnerability and honesty, sometimes what I like about it. The the best parts of this would it would just veer right off the script and take the songs into different into their own cosmic strings and horns and out in the pines, you know, giving acid in the docks or whatever they used to do in in the. Particularly the track reunion, which listeners will probably now is the one that rudimentary borrowed from for mama. Do the hump Mamata among deal, which the original. It's very much like that. But they do version with the do rate with Rachel Goswell from slow dive, which is some kind of what would the upstate New York version of few gazing boot gazing who've gaze hoof gazing abandoned, something that original rhythm, and are just spirals off into this kind of very slow dive, very granddaughter says very hallucinogenic thing, which I think really works. I think I think but I'm a sucker for their sound. I'm sucker for wondering the woods of the imagination with grasshopper Donohue, gazing jointly field. Yeah. Again, I do think some checks much better. Someone was really surprised by like a really light the lettuce Saudi song that was really kind of Sweeney and not tool. I would have expected from the Versi bunion cover is absolutely lovely because she's got this kind of that same vulnerability. And and so of wobble Innis, which allies Phoebe bridges as well. Good. I was prized that I'm not an origins fan never have been. But I see she has her place successful. I've heard as well. And I have deep funding for this out. Nice all the time in the nineties. We sort of we discovered early listening group of us, and it was sad. But I had this on nonstop. And so I was expecting to really really hate the star of Oklahoma river bottom band, a north joint such as well that to me. I mean, you just release that one. So it is really powerful get it's not over..
"bobbie" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Now from western states california bobbie dooley and steve dilly the duly family and their favorite song blew it i did what to turn a doubt what's going on bobby yes he hung up all right but mr henry i'm gonna tell you this just one time get them back on this phone or i'm gonna lose it and someone may die now wait a minute i'm telling you right now someone may die get them back on the phone fill all we're trick somebody may die mr seventy may die no kimmy the phone hi bobby it's fill it steve you still doing your bobby impression that's great steve it's fan i understand i gotta talk to the real bobby thank you now i'm talking to is this you steve give me bobby i know you were doing bobby impression hi bobby it's phil hendrie is this really you as far as it goes what does that mean but what i'm saying to you bobby is i'm going to introduce you and then i'd like you to come on and talk to me let's not do a lot of fancy dancy let's not do a whole bunch of junk you know if it were up to me you know you could get the we'd have the world bobby but there's only certain amount of discern amount of time that i have in a certain number things i can do you understand you don't understand all right i'm doing it the best i can please don't be angry at me margaret you ready yes and here we go one two and three.