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What Did Robert Hanssen Get Out of Being An Evil Russian Spy?

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:12 min | Last week

What Did Robert Hanssen Get Out of Being An Evil Russian Spy?

"We are talking to Lee's wheel. You probably know her. Remember her from Fox News and many other prominent places talking about many things kind of like this, but nothing can top this. She has a brand new book out called a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hansen, America's most damaging Russian spy. It really is nightmarish. And I always say, Lee's that, you know, apart from my faith in God, I don't know how to process this. I think you would just be frightened at how evil the world is, how dark it is. I have to ask you the most basic question. What do you suppose that Robert Hansen got out of this? In other words, it's kind of a funny thing. I always feel that these traders sell themselves extraordinarily cheaply, you know, that China has billions of dollars to spend. And if there's anybody out there willing to kind of give them a leg up here or there, what was Russia giving this man? And again, we want to be clear. This wasn't Russia. This was the Soviet Union, as wicked as it gets. The evil empire, what were they giving him to make him feel that it was worth his doing this because he could have made a decent job doing the right thing. What were they giving him? Right, exactly. Cash. I mean, they were giving him bundles of $30,000, $10,000, $50,000. At one point he asked for diamonds, they gave him diamonds. And he had a cash flow problem, right? Because you can't put more than $10,000 in cash into a bank without alerting all sorts of things. So he would just honestly put it in a drawer. He put it under the bed. And in fact, Eric, one time when he had the cash in the drawer, Bonnie, his wife, saw the money in the drawer. It was like a sock drawer or something, you know, basic drawer like that. She pulled out the money, sees all this cash. She confronts him. This was early on in his spine, confronts him. She thinks it's money for a mistress because he's got he's done that before. Say that again, money from what? We're a mistress from mister. Oh, because he had cheated on his wife. Right. So she thinks that she confronts him. He says, oh, no, no, Bonnie. I'm not cheating on you. This is just money that I got from the Russians for spying. That was better or something. But he did say that to him. Yes, no, he admitted it to her. And then they, but here Eric, here's a twist. It go to their priests. That's what body his wife wants to do. They go to the priest, the priest basically says, oh, that was bad. Don't do that again. It's fine, that is. And you can be absolved from it if you just give them money that you've already made to the church. Which Hanson does, and he doesn't spy for a little bit, and then he starts up again. But the idea that a priest would say that, that basically, hey, you know, don't do that again, that's bad, but you know, it's all okay if you give the money to the church. And that, of course, you know, Bonnie was okay with

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"bonnie" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

03:32 min | 2 weeks ago

"bonnie" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Wasn't planning to get in the studio and I didn't even have any ideas for songs for the next record and suddenly that you've dawned on me that that was the song right there. And our conversation with Bonnie raitt will continue right after this short break. This message comes from NPR music's 2022 lead sponsor State Farm. Each year, NPR music gives unsigned musicians a chance to submit their original songs to the tiny desk contest. State Farm is proud to support the 8th year of the contest, helping the winner achieve their dreams by going on tour with NPR music and playing their very own tiny desk concert. Entries over the years have featured surprises like cello paired with electric guitar, a song performed at a lemonade stand and multiple pets got on camera. Everyone has their own taste in music, and there are lots of great entries to check out at tiny desk contest NPR dot org. State Farm knows that everyone has a budget too, and they've got lots of options to fit your lifestyle. For a surprisingly great rates, like a good neighbor, State Farm is there. Call or go to State Farm dot com for a quote today. You mentioned earlier your admiration for the richness in tone that all of these other voices around you were sort of gaining and gathering over time. And I know in your early 20s, there were things that you did, you were in a little bit of a hurry to sort of make your own voice sound more weathered and lived in than it did at the age of 21, 22, 23. And I wonder, what is your relationship with your voice at this point in your performing life? What a great question. You're writing saying that I was frustrated with the way that I sounded early on. I never expected to be singing professionally or just did it as a hobby and I always wanted to sound like the most seasoned blues woman that I'd ever heard and like my idols that had lived long and hard life and a lot of the blues man who really just sounded as worn as they were. And I drank and smoked and hung out and did everything I could to try to beat my voice in the submission of my 20s until about 27 I would like I was on the road maybe ten months of the year and I think I made 6 albums and 7 years. I can't even imagine the pace that I was going at and yet finally by the time I was 29 or 30 I could actually thought I could sound almost like what I wanted to when I was singing and by the time I was 40 it was really an instrument that I could feel comfortable was really reflecting the age that I was at and experience that I'd had and the soul that I wanted to convey. And I think getting older in these last decades has been interesting to gain notes on the bottom of my range. I mean, I used to have to sing dimming of the day in a certain key that would make certain notes too high for me, but then I didn't order to be able to get that low note. And now I can really nail the bottom and some of the higher notes are harder to hit. But I think I've got more colors to play with when I'm singing. Are there performances on this new album that you can point to that you feel like reflect that deepening in your voice and textures that are there? Yeah. There's a torch song on there called blame.

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Songs by Wu-Tang, Alicia Keys added to Recording Registry

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Songs by Wu-Tang, Alicia Keys added to Recording Registry

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"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:26 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

"My older brother brought a record of his you know how you idolize your siblings sometimes when they're older and he was dating someone from Bennington college and we came back to Christmas vacation and he brought the birds and Freddie Hubbard and John Lee Hooker and later Jimi Hendrix, but he brought mos Alison's record. That's where I first heard it. I was like 16 and I just couldn't wait to be a beatnik and go to New York and hang out with guys with turtlenecks and berets and goatees. And just like Moses, the coolest blues guy I've ever heard in my life. Credible. So the 80s, your career, or Warner's career, wasn't going so well. Let me put it that way. And then you had this incredible tear when you went to capital. And they signed you for some small deal for a 150,000 or something. Not even that 125, I think. All we needed was the budget that was the budget we were going to make the record with. Well, that was the best $125,000 capital records ever spent. Well, what did they know? I mean, they knew that if we were going to make a really simple record that probably doesn't cut. You know, I just make records live, mostly it shouldn't cost that much to make. I don't do big productions or anything. And Joe Smith signed me to warners in 71 and he signed me to capital in 88, so that was part of it. But to have a new label, some of which are people that some of the people came over from warners with Joe, but they had something to prove. They knew that I had was really changing my life and wanted to make a really great record and my pairing with Don was was real kismet. It was great. What else changed do you think that made it suddenly possible for people to hear you in a different way? Well, number one, I think it was a switch and label and have a very enthusiastic team that had something to prove. VH1 was just starting and I would have never been played on MTV because I was 40 years old. So, and not a babe. So VH1 needed some new artists to showcase their new adult channel. I can't call it an adult channel. What can you call it? I don't know what it could call it. It's just not the kids channel. I think the fact that I was I got sober in 87 and was much healthier and happier and had written some songs and, you know, had a particularly good batch of tunes and a great partner in Don was..

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"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:09 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

"Apple podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. We're back with the rest of Bruce's conversation with Bonnie ray. I do want to talk about some of the songwriters you've worked with and just your first encounters. And I have to start with John prine. Can you tell me about meeting him or encountering his songs for the first time? Yeah. I heard his first album on Atlantic, his debut record, and I was just absolutely floored, and I don't know when and the timeline, but I was playing the gaslight and he was playing the bitter end and we ended up meeting in New York City in the village. And soon after we both played the Philadelphia folk festival together. And we just forged a friendship right away that was absolutely immediate. He was a fan of mine. I was a fan of his. It was angel the first song you did of his? Yes. I knew of the first time I heard that song on his album that I'd be cutting that song. And I just astonished that someone of his age could crawl inside that woman who in that longtime marriage and just so beautifully and succinctly, I mean, it's so much has been written, especially since he passed, but I mean, the masterpiece of economy of that song and how every line is just laden with meaning. And you don't need to go in, it doesn't have to be a long story. It's just immediately there, and I sing that song for all the women when I was a young woman for all the women that are stuck in marriages and can't leave if they wanted to try a different kind of life or get a job or have someone to talk to, you know, just not I remember seeing the film bridges of Madison county and thinking that so perfectly describe what angel from Montgomery was about without giving it away that moment when she makes a decision to not follow her bliss. So I sing this song for my mom's generation..

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"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:22 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

"That's people don't even blink now, but back then they wanted you to be able to promote a record. And when the record business took off with rumors and thriller and Miami Vice soundtrack, these were billion selling records and those of us that were more moderate sellers just got pushed a little bit to the side and I'd rather sign somebody else that could bring in a more bang for their buck. They were also absorbed by big corporations, you know, Warner electorate Atlantic consolidated, Warner communications took over. There was a different set of priorities in the 80s. So, you know, they dropped T bone Burnett and Dan Morrison and Arlo Guthrie and me and, you know, we weren't bringing in the big bucks. So the 80s weren't real friendly to my kind of music. It wasn't a great political decade. There was this war in Central America. It was a lurch to the right, politically, and the consolidation of the record business. And it wasn't until the end of the decade that the college radio and album oriented rock and VH1 came along, and Tracy Chapman had a number one record. The Edie brickell, Robert Cray, the fabulous thunderbirds, my kind of music was having hit a hit play, so it was a good time for me to come back into the fore, but I never expected to have that huge success. I don't think anybody did. But you were back playing solo shows, is that right? You didn't have a band at that point? I played with my guitar player backed up on bass and sang harmony and we would do that in the months when we weren't with the band in the summer. And prince approached me a couple of years after I'd been dropped because I had a record ready to come out and a tour with Stevie Ray Vaughan. I had to cancel it. And he said, you know, you were treated badly..

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"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:46 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

"As a blues fan, the classic blues singers were just all fantastic and so different, but I loved that sippy wrote. Songs from kind of as a young feminist in my early 20s. You know, in that late teens, to hear, you can make me do what you want to do, but you got to know how, you know? It was just so saucy and women be wise, keep your mouth shut, don't advertise your man, you know, all the feminists were going, you know, how could you say that sisters would never steal each other's man? I said, what? What world are you living in? You know? If you talk about your baby, you tell me he's so fine, don't be surprised if I come up and check them out sometime. So sippy, I had no idea that she was still alive and so to actually record her songs because I loved her music above all the classic blues singers and find out that she was alive and become friends with her at the Ann Arbor blues and jazz festival and go on and tour together for 15 years. It was just an incredible gift. So, you know, something that I had an intention, it was musically driven, ended up being a benefit, culturally for me and for her just to expose her to a wider, wider audience and just that is a great joy for me to take people that are underappreciated. I mean, calypso music is one of my other favorites. And clips arose is a huge star in that world. And Van Dyck parks is the one that turned me on to that song. So on the record I was working with him in a little George and, you know, we did that song. What's she going to do? I can't repeat it here, but it's a little bit of some double entendre lyrics as an often is in the blues and calypso music. What was sippy Wallace like? Well, she like as a person. She had an incredibly great laugh, which she loved to laugh, left a kid around, but she was very religious, and, you know, I was meeting her 60s or late 60s, she had recovered from a stroke, and she was, you know, had been in a wheelchair for a while that was walking slowly. And she was only going to do gospel music after she stopped, you know, the whole blues industry went downhill when there was the depression, and the Second World War, they needed the vinyl for other things. And the black music industry was the one that took the hit, so she really was settled on this plane and church. And she played organ and piano in the church and led the choir..

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"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:43 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

"Tomboy and I had older brother and I would do this particular position with my hand, which isolates your middle finger and that's the finger that seemed really natural to me. To put the slide on. And in fact, you hold, I won't make that figure, but you hold the bottleneck on in the position that's actually the position I'm talking about. Well, we've now discovered the secret of your great slide work. Flipping the bird to your brother. Which I cased on the David Frost afternoon show, my first show ever on TV, my bass player, freebo and I like in 72 or something like that. And Robert Klein was the guest host, and I had opened for him at a university show and he played harmonica as everybody knows he had a great bit about I can't stop my leg and a spoof on being a blues guy. And he asked me about it and I remember being smart alecky and I was holding my finger like that the whole time and David Frost show and then I went home and told asked my friends if they saw it and they went, oh yeah, I can't believe you did that. I used yeah you surprised yourself by getting a record deal. And then you had these critically lauded albums through the 70s. Tell me what was that time like for you? I was having a blast. I mean, I built my following from opening for my heroes and folk clubs to be an on festivals and being on the opening act of 3 o'clock and the next thing I was back eventually being asked to headline a couple of nights and then I drew poorly and then I drew better and then I would open for Cat Stevens or James Taylor and the benefit of having someone manage and book me that was already had acts that he could just call up and I was cheap..

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"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:18 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

"We're back with more from Bonnie raitt and Bruce had them. So was there one particular song that you listened to or you played in the guitar that sort of said to you? I want this to be my life. You know, I was plaintively playing all those Joan Baez songs all my trials. Everything on her first couple of albums, Odetta songs, and then I just felt hard for Bob Dylan. I taught myself to play all those in my room and sang so earnestly with absolutely no desire or need to play for other people. I mean, I live the songs around the campfire at camp as an assistant counselor. I'd help put on the talent shows on Saturday nights with kids doing musicals, but playing music for me was just a solitary, wonderful, emotional outlet. And I just love that sound that the guitar makes when it's in your lap and through the sound hole and singing and playing is just so such a release and you go so deep. So I can't really say there was one tune that made me want to go do it for a living, but one of the best inspirations was I took a semester off from college and my folks said, okay, you're on your own. We're not supporting if you take a semester off, so I got to get a job, and I worked for the American Friends service committee as a transcriptionist in Philadelphia. And I went to a club and I saw some young folk singer, a woman opening for the main act, at a little tiny club called the second fret. And I said, you know what? I could be doing this instead of typing, you know? I like the AFS C but come on. How much is she getting paid? So I found out I could just make pin money and support myself and that's how my career took off. It wasn't really a desire to become a musical powerhouse or have a career in music. I was always going to be a social activist and it kind of fell into my lap just because I happened to have the inspiration of seeing this girl that I said, well, if she can do that, I'm at least that good, you know? And did you make as much money as you would have? There's a translator? Oh, I think I've done a little bit better than that. I've been a better social activist as well. I had more reach..

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"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

"We'll be right back with more from Bonnie raitt and Bruce hudlin after a break. Geico asks, would you love a chance to save some money on insurance? Of course you would. After all, who doesn't love a great deal, right? And when it comes to great rates on insurance, for all the things in your life, Geico can help. Like with insurance for your car, truck, motorcycle boat, and RV, even help with homeowners, condo or renters coverage. You could save even more with a special discount when you bundle your coverages. Plus, add an easy to use mobile app, available 24 hour roadside assistance, and more. And Geico is an easy choice. Switch today and see all the ways you could save with great rates and discounts. It's easy. Simply go to Geico, dot com to get a rate quote or contact your local agent and start seeing how much you could.

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

"Yeah. And you've helped a lot of songwriters careers by looking for these things. That's a treasure for me because I happen to love the songwriters original demos of the songs they give me. I have a whole collection of them. But some of them wouldn't have the kind of a voice that would get a record deal. So I feel like I have an obligation to be able to make these beautiful pieces of music sing and expose to a broader audience that may not only opening doors for them in their career, but I mean, I can't imagine being such a talented songwriter and have nobody here your tune, so. You know, I come from the Judy Collins Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra's school of interpreting other people's material and making it my own. But you also write. Yeah. You're reminding me because I grew up in southern Ontario and surely I cart used to. I was too young, but my sister used to go see her. So she was an example of someone whose career you really made. Yeah, she had a pretty good, I think she had a pretty good following in Canada, and she still making wonderful records. But yeah, that song that she wrote kind of changed my life. But you don't sing it correctly because it's really something to talk about. Oh, there you go. Canadians don't understand your version at all. And she didn't sing like that on the demo either, so there you go. No, that would be a very limited audience if she's saying like that. Yeah. Just Canadians. And there's not that many of us. I have a Canadian in my band now. He's from Winnipeg originally, but he lives in Nova Scotia, Glenn patcha, and he is a secret weapon of this new album. He's just an incredibly soulful keyboard player, but a great singer as well. So I'm a big, big fan of Canadian musicians and comedians..

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"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:45 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

"Process is that? Yeah, I mean, I start calling songs down from ideas that I've saved over the years. There's certain songs on this record that have been resting and waiting to have their day in court. And I look and earnest all the time. I'm always listening to maybe 20 or 30 songwriters that I really love the work of, some of whom are well known and others are more obscure and I love the challenge of unearthing some unbelievably obscure jewel off of somebody's early records. So it's a song hunt that unearths R&B chestnuts, current singer songwriters, old catalog from other artists, lots of publishing submissions and some of my own. So, you know, the process starts a couple of years before we actually get in the studio. And then like the person that works on the term paper right before it's due, that's when I write my songs is right when we go ready to go on the studio. I go, oh, I better finish this because I have really high standards and I don't make the cut often. What do you look for in a song? Is it changed over the years? I'd like to say that it has changed, but not really. The main thing that is on my mind is not repeating myself. So finding something new to say it at 21 albums is musically and lyrically very challenging. So I've covered every aspect of broken love, longing for love, I'm excited to be in love. You know, all of that issue. And then there's some societal kind of songs and there's just chestnuts from the blues and reggae and world music Pantheon of great artists that I love. So I just kind of want to make it fresh for myself and for my fans and stretch a little bit and do some fields on the record that are going to add to my show when I go out on the road..

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:03 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

"Bringing songs to the masses from little known but classic songwriters. On today's episode, Bruce Helen talks to Bonnie raitt about her meticulous song selection process in the inspiration behind the tunes she wrote for her new album, just like that. Bonnie also talks about a somewhat awkward dinner she had with prince and how her slide guitar technique will forever be tied to giving her brother the finger. This is broken record. Liner notes for the digital age. I'm Justin richman. Here's Bruce Adler and Bonnie ray. Now my wife is a huge, she loves Broadway. And she grew up with your father's recording of, I think carousel..

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"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

01:46 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Broken Record

"Geico asks would you love a great chance to save some money on insurance? Of course you would. And when it comes to great rates on insurance, Geico can help. Like with insurance for your car, chuck, motorcycle boat, and RV. Even help with homeowners or renters coverage. Plus, add an easy to use mobile app, available 24 hour roadside assistance, and more, and Geico is an easy choice. Switch today and see all the ways you could save. It's easy. Simply go to Geico dot com or contact your local agent today. Today, what business needs most is creativity. So let's create new possibilities from intelligent automation to cloud management that requires less management. Let's create something that changes everything. IBM let's create. Learn more at IBM dot com. Hey y'all it's Justin Richmond. Today we have on the show rock and roll Hall of Famer. The person who has one of my all time favorite singer songwriter albums, Bonnie raitt. She's a ridiculous guitarist, gorgeous singer, wonderful interpreter of song, and maybe even underrated as a songwriter herself. Bonnie was offered her first record deal as a college student in 71. After a newsweek reporter saw her play an early gig in Greenwich Village. But it took almost two decades before she peaked commercially. In 89, her tenth album, Nick of time, debuted at number one and earned three Grammys, including album of the year. She built on that success over the next 5 years with two more hit albums, and even more top ten singles. In addition to her commercial success, Bonnie has been a devout advocate for preserving American blues music..

Caller Cody Expresses Frustration With Public Schools Today

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 5 months ago

Caller Cody Expresses Frustration With Public Schools Today

"And Maine listening to us on WL OB Cody. What's going on? John, how are you Merry Christmas to you? Merry Christmas to you. So it's so funny that you were just talking about these clubs and stuff. Last night, wife and I were driving actually picked my daughter up. Listen to this community radio station up here because they had done a story about her marching band. So we were listening to that. Well, the story before that was Bonnie eagle high school up here has one of these clubs that they've now opened up to middle schoolers and somebody had filed a foia request so the teacher, they interviewed the teacher. Oh, I got called in the principal's office, asking all these questions about this club. And if I was using school supplies would have you for photocopies, blah, blah, blah. He's like, you know, how dare this parent file a foyer request and question this club, these kids need a safe space. It taught I'm telling you, I want to rip the steering wheel right off the steering column. And my wife's the type, she's well, she's a social worker, so she's kind of the goal line to get along type and I'm the exact opposite. And I was like, this doesn't bother you? Well, you know, I'm just trying to learn about trailer, but I said, there's the school's job to teach these kids how to read and write and real history not revision this stuff. I said, where does this fit into the curriculum that our tax dollars are paying for? I don't want to pay for this crap. Now,

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"bonnie" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

It's All About Evolving

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on It's All About Evolving

"To control the way we view these things in the way we respond to them versus react So you'll get you get. Each module has dropped on on sunday sunday on sunday in sunday. And then there's in addition to that there's twenty one short daily videos to break. The material explained the material in despite sized chunks. Like i said as not overwhelmed pupil. It's like here's here's the basis of what we're learning. Now let me break it up into little pieces so that you're not trying to learn or remember it all at once And there's also some different options. There's a there's a diy program and with that you get the the full All the program of course materials. The pdf's the you know the videos and everything and then a one on one coaching session with fees to talk about anything you might get stuck on et cetera. And then there's a full package which also includes There's three ninety minute group coaching sessions. Which will take place most likely on zoom as a group you get access to the facebook the private facebook group and then a ninety minute. Coaching session with me to cover anything. And the course or the program that Unique clarification on you need help. Some people could get stuck. Whatever the case as i think i covered remembered everything. Thank you for sure. Nl surely leave that link in the show notes. That's what i forgot was the body it's www dot. Bonnie rose the coach dot com forward slash. Twenty one days awesome so again. Allied in the show knows. Thank you so much money for coming on 'ensure with us thank you. Thank you so glad that we were able to get together and do this. I appreciate your time. Thank you and don't forget to like shirt and leave us a review. I appreciate you so much for listening and gutless..

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200 Headless Goats Found in Georgia River, Cops Suspect 'Santeria Practice'

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:39 min | 9 months ago

200 Headless Goats Found in Georgia River, Cops Suspect 'Santeria Practice'

"Hundred headless goats found in georgia river. Cops suspect santeria practice. Okay i wanted to know where you get. Two hundred goats from headless goat has goats the heads in the heads. I okay so. I want to know where you get to wear. Get two hundred goats is these are carcass headless goat hill carcasses whose heads have been removed and found floating down the judge river. Maybe it was aliens according to this headline anyway. So bonnie. How did you even stumble upon this. Well my friend who lives in georgia posted like the headline on her instagram story. So i was like islamic real. And i googled. It seems real in. It's just crazy to me that the cops are even saying. Oh we think this is santa maria. You know it's not like they're like there's a logical explanation and we're going to get to the bottom of this. They're like it's witchcraft. Yes you actually looked up the definition at santeria nut santeria or is it. Is that how you pronounce it. Santeria just heard it santeria. Not sublime song. Oh yeah that's right okay. Could you look that up. And can you tell our listeners. What santeria is yes. It's a religion or maybe like a spiritual path of african origin that spread through cuba and the other south american countries down there and some people apparently still practice it to this day in one of the things that they believe connects them to like the you know god or the. Dvd's they want to connect to. You is

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Elizabeth Holmes' Lawyers Say She Suffered Partner's Abuse

Planet Money

00:46 sec | 9 months ago

Elizabeth Holmes' Lawyers Say She Suffered Partner's Abuse

"The criminal fraud trial of Elizabeth Holmes starts next week in Silicon Valley. She's a disgraced founder of the blood testing company, Theranos. NPR's Bobby Allyn reports on new court documents that shed light on her defense. Holmes is accused of defrauding patients and investors by making false claims about their nose equipment. In newly unsealed court papers. Her lawyers say she plans on pointing a finger at her ex boyfriend, Sonny Bill Joani. He was a top there are no executive and is also charged with fraud, but will be tried separately. Holmes legal team accuses Boudouani of emotionally and sexually abusing homes they say that impacted her state of mind during the alleged crimes. Bonnie's lawyers call this claim salacious and inflammatory Jury selection and Holmes trial starts Tuesday. She faces 20 years in

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Baby on Cover of 'Nevermind' Sues Nirvana Alleging Child Pornography

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:09 min | 9 months ago

Baby on Cover of 'Nevermind' Sues Nirvana Alleging Child Pornography

"Bonnie baby is now an adult yes and trying to pull that up right now. I and they're unhappy because they feel like they've been used child pornography and that's because of the album cover for never mind the nineteen ninety one album cover. Yeah we're the baby's underwater the dollar on a on a fishing pole or whatever. It is yes. He is like a fishing pole in front of him. There's a hook in front of him. I think it would like a worm on it I'm trying to find. I found it in my internet's working now says never mind baby sues nirvana claiming child pornography in. It says in the subtitle. Oh it's it's not a worm my bad it's a dollar that's on the fishing hook like you said a lot of people are being sued. That's the subtitle spencer. Elden as the baby's swimming on the cover of nirvana's classic nineteen ninety-one nevermind. Album elden has now filed a lawsuit over the cover. Alleging that the child. I mean the image is child pornography defendants into intentionally. It has come to that conclusion that it has a naked baby on it. well it. It's him naked baby. There's no my sexual content. Yeah see that's why the baby is naked. But you if i recall correctly. I've never been a big nevada fan. So i haven't looked spent a lotta time looking at their album covers. Can't like see any details that would make it qualify as pornography. Now you can see the baby's genitals so you can see his his generals in like in the water like it. There are some versions where they sell it that they don't have it. So maybe he's seen that but They also have like the full frontal nudity of the baby basically defendants intentionally commercially Commercially marketed spencer's child. Pornography and leverage those shocking nature of his image to promote themselves in their music at his expense said the lawsuit according to variety of this kid not agree to it. They get into that i. I didn't read the whole thing. But i skimmed it in. He said that his parents never signed

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Lyle's Strong Start Leads Rangers Over Sloppy Red Sox, 10-1

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Lyle's Strong Start Leads Rangers Over Sloppy Red Sox, 10-1

"Brock Colton Jordan Lyles helped spark the Rangers to a surprising ten to one route of the red Sox the former red Sox utility man hold had a pair of RBI singles in the early innings to help Texas snap its four game skid Rangers starter Lyles tossed seven innings of one run ball with six strikeouts and India Bonnie is also had a pair of RBIs for the Rangers ki K. Hernandez drove in the lone red Sox run while starter Eduardo Rodriguez gave up five runs in just three and two thirds innings Boston's freefall continued with its fourth loss in five games I'm getting cool bar

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"bonnie" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Well who clyde was hit. Been lurking in the area for some time by then. They watched him warily. Is he collected the sandwiches and limped back out to the car. Heading one of them over to his driving companion. Bonnie elizabeth parker one of the most wanted women in america. You'll note that bonnie didn't share clydes last name. This wasn't a pro feminist statement of independence. It reflected the minor detail that the tune notorious fugitives weren't married or at least not to each other and bonnie was officially the wife of a violently abusive crook who was serving time for robbery. Bonnie hadn't taken his name either michigan merit him when she was only sixteen years old and soon thought the better of at and separated from him. A few years later still neither was divorced. So bonnie and clyde were officially living in sin but that was the least of their outlaw behavior by may of nineteen thirty four. The couple was wanted on multiple charges of theft and murder and that broken the law in just about every way possible that also become popular criminal pinups banks to a cache of glamorous photos discovered by the cops at one of their previous hideouts but there was little glamour in their lives that spring morning in nineteen thirty four. The reason bonnie stayed in the car while clyde went inside the diner was because bonnie could barely walk at all about nine months earlier clyde had crashed a different stolen car into a river and acid from the battery had splashed all over one of bonnie's legs. They managed to save her leg from complete ruin with the help of some baking soda. But not before the acid eight it down to the bone in some places things had deteriorated to the point that bonnie had to hop rather than walk to get around and as often as not clyde had to carry her and as we already mentioned clyde himself had a pronounced limp some years earlier while serving time in penitentiary pit cut off two of his own toes to avoid the prisons brutal forced labor regime..

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China Sanctions Wilbur Ross and Others, Responding to Hong Kong Warnings

All Things Considered

01:49 min | 10 months ago

China Sanctions Wilbur Ross and Others, Responding to Hong Kong Warnings

"Fresh sanctions on a handful of US individuals. It's retaliation for sanctions the bite and administration imposed on Chinese officials last week. Over Beijing's crackdown on democracy in Hong Kong. Its latest attack comes just days before a visit to China by Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman and US China ties are already tense, though, as NPR's John Ruit reports there is no sign China's sanctions will derail the visit. Sanctions are the first imposed by China under a new law passed in June, which facilitates retaliation for foreign sanctions. Among those it hits a former Commerce secretary Wilbur Ross, and the China director at Human Rights Watch Sophie Richardson. For years, Beijing's responded to US sanctions and tariffs with tit for tat measures in Beijing's calculation, it had to respond to the US Bonnie Lynn, a senior fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, says doing so before Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman's trip makes sense would disappear better if it happened a couple days after Deputy Secretary Sherman's trip that she says might risk being interpreted as a signal that the meeting didn't go well. And Sherman will be the most senior U. S official to travel to China since President Biden took office. Relations are at their worst in decades. But there's speculation that the trip could start to lay the groundwork for a meeting sometime this year between Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping. There is a desire to be able to showcase that the two world leaders can work together and part of that is being able to meet and discuss issues they agree on as well as those where they have differences, and I really hope As we see more of these incidents is on either side that they won't derail progress towards the usual meeting because both sides, she says, have significant incentives for Biden and she to meet sooner rather than later. John Ruijin

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A Tip for Healthy Eating: Eat Enough Food

Diet Culture Rebel Podcast

01:51 min | 10 months ago

A Tip for Healthy Eating: Eat Enough Food

"Going to dive into the basics. On what how the eating is. And i'm gonna share three tips on how you can incorporate healthy eating into your life now. These are probably not the sexiest tips. That you were hoping to hear. Hey i am a registered dietitian. I did go to school for this. And these are in my professional opinion. The most important things you need to look at first. When you're looking at healthy eating first and foremost eat enough and even if you're listening to this and you think maybe it doesn't apply to you. Maybe you don't identify as a restrictor or someone who doesn't eat enough. I really encourage you to stick around and listen to this because a lot of my clients that i've worked with felt the same exact way they said you know. Bonnie i don't have an under eating problem. I have an out of control with food problem but a lot of this stemmed from not eating enough food. And especially if you're someone who has kind of like haphazard behaviors around food maybe restrict for awhile. And then you're out of control and you kind of repeat this cycle. This episode is absolutely for you. There's a couple of reasons why eating enough is important. And first and foremost is because when we don't eat enough we're not able to reap all of the nutritional benefits from food because the small amount of food that you're bringing in is used for other more important functions and your body like keeping you alive right and our bodies are actually pretty amazing when we take a step back and look at them and how they do so much for us to keep us as healthy and alive and well as they possibly can. So we've gotta eat enough

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"bonnie" Discussed on Inspiration Nation

Inspiration Nation

04:28 min | 11 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Inspiration Nation

"Or as actually he was like october they were talking about Bringing it to global tv s gonna half listening. And i'm asking questions. I'm like not really thinking that. This is something i'm going to do but it was interesting to me. The concept was interesting to me. And i was like this information waste. I could use a future. I'm gonna eventually have to learn how to pitch my business and so again. I was kinda collecting information at that point but later on in november he was telling everybody. Like this is the last chance at the tryouts and you know we're gonna be recording december. Anybody who hasn't signed up yet needs to do so now and that means you. Bonnie in like calls me on fridays higher group. And i'm telling you for a fact that had he not done that i would've never applied. I did not think at any point in time. Like i said that i belong there. It wasn't like i didn't feel like i was any kind of competition for these people. But i ended up. I wanna hide. I applied a few days later. And this is where i was talking. Where like kind of instinct. And intuition in leading the universe talk to you filling out the application and in the application. And ask you for a mini pitch. And i'm like. I have no idea at all of a sudden it was just like delivered to me and i start typing and i'm like highlighting copy pasting and saving it into my notes in my family. I need to save this for later. Because i don't know i'm going to remember. This is really good. my Recall your ideal. Client called my target audience at that point. In time i had been trying to six months and all of a sudden again that was delivered to type up this beautiful Sentence of who. I thought my ideal client was covering and safe that too and i said off the application i was like i'm done and few days later Running around the house screaming..

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Defining and Understanding Body Image With Mental Health Counselor Bri Campos

Poison Punch Podcast

02:13 min | 11 months ago

Defining and Understanding Body Image With Mental Health Counselor Bri Campos

"Can we talk a little bit about body image and body grief and why we are where we are totally I think that body image is like one of those topics where people are like. I know what it is like nothing how to explain. Like i know it. When i see it but i'm not sure if i could write a dissertation on it i could. I could easily write. And so the the definition that i use for body image is that body image. Not just the way that we perceive our bodies. But it's also the way that we feel about our bodies it's the thoughts and beliefs that we have about the way that we feel about our bodies in its behaviors connected to the thoughts and beliefs about our buddy. So let me let me break that down for you in a really accessible way. So i had recently posted. I had an opportunity to partner with atlanta the metro on a campaign. They were doing lead with your legs and I like the photos that came back. I was like oh. I don't know if i've ever seen my body in that position in that angle in i. I really don't care for that photo with. Here's what didn't happen. So i didn't like the way that i perceived my body that i saw it but i did not feel badly as person because they didn't like those photos there was a neutrality to it was like like the photos but i don't feel like i'm a bad person. There was new story attached to it. I didn't also feel like. Oh my gosh. Because i don't look at these photos i feel shame because i think i'm going to experience less love or belonging because i don't look attractive in these photos which might have been a story that i played a long time ago so i think that especially die. Culture tries to sell the idea that like bonnie love and body satisfaction. And you're gonna love the way that you look. That's that's only one part of body. Image nets body satisfaction. I argued that self love is far more for it than body loves.

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Priest Resigns After Comments About 'Good Done' by Catholic Church on Residential Schools

Native America Calling

01:32 min | 11 months ago

Priest Resigns After Comments About 'Good Done' by Catholic Church on Residential Schools

"A catholic priest and ontario has resigned over comments. He made about the good done in residential schools as dan carbon chuck reports the archdiocese of toronto apologized for the remarks. Who in keenan was the pastor of the merciful redeemer parish in mississauga just west of toronto. He was criticized in june for a sermon in which he talked about canada's residential school system. Part of keenan sermon was posted online. Now i presumed that the same would thank the church for the good that was done in those schools but of course that question was never asked and in fact. We're not allowed even to say that good was done in those schools. Those comments were widely criticized. Here's mississauga mayor. Bonnie crombie his comments show a fundamental misunderstanding of one of the core tragedies of the residential school system in canada. The children were forcibly separated from their parents for the first time. We are truly confronting our history and learning the truth about what really happened. Who statement keenan apologized and acknowledge the pain and anger which has been magnified by his comments. He also pledged to do better. He also said as a catholic priest. He does not condone the residential school system and he regrets deeply that those schools existed cardinal thomas collins of the archdiocese of toronto accepted. Keenan's resignation keenan is now on an indefinite leave of absence for national native news. I'm dan carpenter

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TAPS once again helps families cope

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

TAPS once again helps families cope

"It's an important weekend for families of America's fallen heroes the organization is called taps which stands for tragedy assistance program for survivors we come together when it happens you learn how to cope to connect with each other to find resources and support taps founder and president Bonnie Carroll this is our twenty seventh annual national military survivor seminar good grief camp and they got hundreds of families together since nineteen ninety four taps has assisted over one hundred thousand surviving family members and caregivers who are grieving the loss of a military loved one the one thing we can do to find comfort and support is to be with others who have walked this journey hi Charlie Adler

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Tiny Houses on the Water With Bonnie Vanasse

Tiny House Lifestyle Podcast

02:29 min | 1 year ago

Tiny Houses on the Water With Bonnie Vanasse

"Hello ethan thanks for being here This interview i feel like has been in the works for maybe years. Your hard to pin down. And i don't have very good phone reception at most locations. Yes you're actually. We're we're catching you in the airport. Because i guess better cell reception there. So i i really appreciate it and i want to jump right in. There is a video tour of your houseboat. The river dan that has been viewed over three point eight million times. I just want to start -gratulations on that. I would like to say. Congratulations to exploring alternatives on that. That matt danielle did an awesome job on the video and they have a great following of people so really kudos to those guys they have brought so much publicity about. it's awesome. Yeah that that they have been. They've actually. I'll link to interview that i did with them on this show a couple years ago. Now but yeah i agree. They are wonderful. People and their their youtube channel exploring. Alternatives is just a wealth of tiny house inspiration how has how has that affected. Has that affected you like having being that public or being out there so much on the internet. And i'm sure that a lot of bookings have come through people seeing the video but also because of our successor airbnb. Which kind of i guess. I'm not sure if it's really from the video. I'm sure it definitely helps But i think the video has been a lot around the world and not so much like people coming to visit this area of canada. But i think it's inspired a lot of people so that i'm really happy about. Yeah i mean as somebody who lives very close to a body of water You know i'm in vermont. Very near lake champlain. When i first saw the video i was like i want to build a house. Boat and put it on lake champlain. Four and then. I found out that it wasn't that easy to do here. From a legal perspective and also lake freezes and so you know it would be a seasonal thing but enough about me. So i'm curious you know but just just a little side actually. My boats are forced season. They stay frozen in the ice. They're built special floaters that that can handle the The impact of the ice and that are actually built for it.

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Learning to Love Yourself and Heal Trauma with Margaret Paul

The High Vibe Tribe Podcast

01:34 min | 1 year ago

Learning to Love Yourself and Heal Trauma with Margaret Paul

"In your perspective would you say that self love is a spiritual process a spiritual journey. What what i would say. Is that since we don't have actual many actual role models in our society. In order to know what's loving to ourselves. We have to be able to access a higher source of information of truth of guidance and this became apparent as we were creating the inner bonnie roses that we we needed a way to access that information because otherwise i mean people say i don't know how to love myself and i said i don't know i love myself. How do i figure that out. So now i learned how will denied. I learned how to access that higher source and i teach people how to do that all the time. It's not as hard as people think and then we can get that role modeling that guides for what's actually emotionally loving to ourselves as well as physically and financially and all those other levels. Yeah you know. I think it's such an important aspect of addressing self love energetically physically mentally emotionally. And of course the spiritual part of it i think is one of the aspects that's really essential because like you said it's so important to rise above right where we are in to be able to tap into tune into that other energy that can actually give us the guidance and the information that we need

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How Nurses are Transforming the Future of Health with Bonnie Clipper and Shawna Butler

Outcomes Rocket

01:54 min | 1 year ago

How Nurses are Transforming the Future of Health with Bonnie Clipper and Shawna Butler

"Both of you have just an extraordinary amount of experience. a ton of credibility. You've done so much in your careers you know. I'm just excited for what we're gonna cover today before. We dive into the specifics around what you're doing your current roles. Tell us a little bit more about what inspires your work and your journey in healthcare. Do you wanna go first. Sure i'd be happy to. So i have been a nurse for quite a long time. It's interesting to me because certainly nursing his evolved as has healthcare and for me. I wanted to make sure that. I had an avenue to provide my input. And i'll give you an example way back early on. When i was a bedside nurse actually was working in an organization and As was kind of typical for the time we had bins on the counter that had medications in them. Nowadays we would never think of that. We would put them in a locked storage device or we had bins next to each other. There was kind of normal saline and heparin and potassium and other things. That just happen to be in these bins on the counter. A remember looking at them and actually seeing that assailing flush was right next to the end of tasks him and they both were the same size and they had the same color plastic tops and at the time even be in kind of a pop of a nurse that struck me as being a really bad thing right. An accident or disaster wage right. I know shauna and the crazy thing is that when i talked to the manager about it they said okay. Great thanks for finding this. We're gonna put it on next month safety committee meeting and it just made me scratch my head thinking why can a nurse at the bedside not effect change fast enough that can prevent something really bad from happening. So that's kind of what gave me a little bit of a push to really find how i could get. My voice heard and intervene. Make things better.

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"bonnie" Discussed on CATtales

CATtales

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie" Discussed on CATtales

"Have so many great songs to do. It's gonna be so much fun only just you know. I'm really looking forward to excavate parties and is gonna go wild. Oh my god can your mind on june you know oh when i like ban just to be off. I think they're going to be going to be wonderful way. So what is your just. Tell me through some tracks on the album. There you've mentioned the best is yet to come. What what is your favorite on. The album is best is yet to come. Sounds like it. the i'm start off. Which one do you think is a very good. Oh when the lights go down. Mr the first time i heard when the lights go down right Dot is a fabulous tracking it as soon as it hit me like my favorite kind of songs. Like bruce springsteen on rod stewart records no and because this timeless walks into it. You know with an amazing or us and It really suits me. You know You know i'm the on the lyrics. Take the radio out on the back. Porch dance real slow. Call lisa absolutely ed older songs on that i mean. I didn't put everything on the album. That i recall it You know i'm very particular about what i do and We played the song though which didn't make the album but these songs You know we've picked You've proud i am yet. It's wonderful album. I love working with the david. Mci again you know. It brings out the best in me to be on that. But that's nice to hear. Isn't it because when you see the industry as long as you have bonnie your fifty years and deal fell. Haven't you worked with a lot of different kinds of people you different different producers when you're doing a new album do you actually go and choose the people that you want to work with now. How does it work well. Always since the beaten. Be to than who i wanna work with the very first time i worked to jim. Steinman Because i was five years sign to our she records in the beginning and who You know with loss in france. It's a heartache. And more than a level. I was working with people that basically discovered me. You know i'd been singing percent news and in clubs and then Roger bell who was a talent scout for for only scott and steve wolfe happened to see me singing in a club in songs Because i never sent tapes away. Tobacco comes to east in the whole profanity. You know that would ever happen for meal. I'm just happy being a singer in the band which is What i set out to do when i seventeen and And i was enjoying every minute of it. But then when i was invited to and then to make some demos one of which was It's a heartache. So but but getting back to the original question. So i was. I was with these people because they Discovered me you know. Yeah but that's when. I make the wonderful david mci Who who Saudi reduce my last two thousand and We went out on ways for on while in fact i hadn't seen in forty years before I worked on the last twelve them for them. But when i moved to cbs I never forget. I was in a taxi on the way to the record company with my then manager and I to on the radio singing ally thought saw this is. This is what i wanna do you know and I just loved by the hell. And and i thought what a power for production and so any renna got the record company must-win merge the and steve winwood brother actually year. He was the guy in the recognition said okay. Bonnie regardless of five is now who would you like to work with. And i said oh my god i said. I'm so glad you asked me. Because i on the way here. I heard mutual. So i wanna i said i'd love to work with his produced Some rector you know. Yeah and he's buying ten kim steinman. I said yeah. I saw the need said well. You know jim is gonna do it. Would you mean he's never gonna do. I said i'm asking you. You told me you know you'd asked me who i wanna work with. Unfailing and i said new skin and So the big ask him. I'm they said bonnie this is going to be a long shot. I said to just yeah skin so they asked him. Jim wanted to meet me. So i went to new york to me tin and we got on extremely well and whether i should sistani recorded He finished right. Didn't totally tips to the hawk to me. Three weeks later on that. I was in america. Then we'll with him so the next two albums so you know i chose jim steinman myself and directly. Can't be doing that you know that's another. That's another of my songs on the album stack to my got a great song as well. They don't types on it. It sounds that sounds and that would come types on not Wreck or visit another guy that i chose Luckily for for me. I was invited to have an audience with the pork in one thousand nine hundred twenty nine nine i i thought oh my goodness that must be mobin. Sorry carry on on an. I'm just listening with all but anyway Why was there you know. I mean we. We what should stay. We have an audience with the pope in the second day. What you call it for a christmas concert in the but again and this this wonderful pan-pipe player was on liotta osias and like. Oh my god i. I know that he would sound amazing on stuck to my guns. Which is a song. That i may be cold i feel cutler weeks before in the studio i when i heard implant Went to the studio. Then after the can and i said today the way i've heard this wonderful Contact descended into some next class to the all. When i was there i would. You appear on On would you pay one of my songs and he still. He said san song. I i like this. And i sent it to me so i love to do it. Be over the moon to do it. So he's done hunt tash the job on the right so it was. It was think that i make this guy gets the paktika guys and you know he's all only chamula in the you know and Say like anyway mazing. You actually just bumped into somebody really just discovered somebody or give me. Yeah that's how life is magical. Isn't it really. It takes you on that journey ready. You follow this aligns sitting next to rich shield through the the You know and he was fabulous man to really lovely how amazing unto the ball of sounds like a stall studded event. So how did you end up at the vatican. Then what's the story behind that. No i you know. I was invited him by ted a by oversee. The people have put the concept together. Every year suggest People you know. And an i expected as one of the older wonderful. Yeah that's a lovely nba catholic. What's up to the moon to beach in all. I bet i mean that must have been a very unusual. Not how would it feel. Let me just just looking at it from the outside it feel like am i really here. It was amazing. I'm you wouldn't believe the reception zayd on for everybody in the night to know tablist relief so incredibly the flowers and the chris still in the everything.

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"bonnie" Discussed on CATtales

CATtales

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie" Discussed on CATtales

"Well i just did it here in the house. You know the button the stairs to find schism it's mostly glass overlooking the ocean you know and It's very hard to find a place that hasn't got reflections on the senate. Tom beaten so. I just done it at the bottom of my staff whether it was it was about the only place i could find with no sort of glaring sun. I'm not very good technical things where second you know like zoom and things like that you know. My husband was department. This day is still need against sounding the role. Yeah torture kits to the half was requested the and so you know i mean sell blimey like half a million people do it to you. The moment i think it is amazing. And i love the messages that you are putting out as well you know about seeing stashed a day and strong wind and and and i thought really great of you being a strong woman. I'm passenger and that's a good responses. Well hasn't it white house very good. Yeah and About song in particular. Let's say he's. He's in the hall of the song hall of fame new york. He he writes joel. Joel aerosmith union. You know recorded for all these people up. Wow amazing so. I asked him if he like me song and the two days later he sent me this incredible song. Cold stormed the man. Well and Oh my god. When i read it i all. I was amazed. I got into it and So i'm back in my old producer. David you know. And he's the production on the album. Mitch fantastic he's You know he's my last albums. And i did two years ago. Cheney awesomeness star trek down very well. They sell them getting incredible reviews. I have never had anything like this. Since total eclipse to be honest responses. beena me. yeah. I got some wonderful song right. Says it has got a really special failed out really has got that kind of at's traditional bonnie. It expects a little bit of a modern twist as well it it merges those two areas. It bridges the two gaps really. Have you heard i have heard. I have heard it all. I've listened to through and it sounds amazing and found that the net. It's very to now but just What people need at the moment i. That's the songs the best is yet to come. It sounds like you know more freedom or whatever but it was made to be that way it was meant to be like this is the fittest song But listen to the rats. You'd be amazed because the best to come on. That's lovely the idea and you're right about the best is yet to come for the for the for the world and once you're actually axon you say we're out there for doing stuff again and who knows what new things will come. But i love that. Factors that you'll suggesting that all the rest of the album. There's some really good.

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Navalny "A Horrible Skeleton" in Court Appearance After Hunger Strike

Here and Now

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

Navalny "A Horrible Skeleton" in Court Appearance After Hunger Strike

"Last week. Here's NPR's Lucienne Kim Alexei Navalny looked gaunt as he appeared on a video monitor with a short head toe appeal. A court ordered fine. According to court reporters, Navalny briefly addressed his wife, Yuliya in the courtroom and joked that he now weighs as much as he did in seventh grade. Vanni ended his hunger strike last week, saying he was getting some of the medical attention. He demanded that he was listening to his doctors who warned his life was in danger. With Navalny locked away. Authorities have targeted his political organization as an extremist group. Bonnie's allies are now disbanding his nationwide network of regional offices to protect activists from prosecution. Lucian Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow This is NPR news lie from news 88 7 in Houston. I

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Over 1,000 Reported Arrested at Navalny Rallies in Russia

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Over 1,000 Reported Arrested at Navalny Rallies in Russia

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting protesters take to the streets in Russia demanding the release of lad Amir Putin's most prominent opponent there were protests throughout Russia Wednesday with demonstrators calling for freedom for imprisoned opposition leader Alexey the ball the the largest of the protests took place in Moscow Moscow police said six thousand people marched at the capitol but an observer told the Bonnies YouTube channel the crowd was about sixty thousand the OVD info group which monitors political arrests and provides legal advice says at least one thousand four hundred ninety six arrests were made in eighty two cities of all these reportedly deteriorating health after three weeks on a hunger strike the ball he was arrested on his return to Russia in January after five months in Germany where he was treated for nerve agent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin hi Mike Crossey

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'Total Eclipse' Songwriter and Producer Jim Steinman Dead at 73

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

'Total Eclipse' Songwriter and Producer Jim Steinman Dead at 73

"Bonnie Tyler saying the hit total eclipse of the heart, but it was Jim Steinman, who wrote it. The Grammy winning composer and lyricist was also responsible for hits by meatloaf. And Celine Dion Steinmann has died in Connecticut, where he lived. His brother says Steinman suffered kidney failure and he was ill for some time. He was 73.

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