36 Burst results for "Bonnie"

Fresh "Bonnie" from Guarding Your Nest Egg

Guarding Your Nest Egg

00:09 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh "Bonnie" from Guarding Your Nest Egg

"8664118151 or Bonnie, calm. For more information on contest on the station, Go to kfbk dot i heart dot com slash rules. Eric was way behind on his taxes. How are a lot of money to the iris? Almost $15,000 Eric called Optima tax relief. When optimal tax got involved, the cause was stopped. The dress will stop. It was easy, like 123 up from a tax relief took care of Eric's problem. And now my dad is clean. I don't know anything. Call Optima Tax relief for a free consultation, call 873 80 55. I have 807 83 80 55 Optima tax relief Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Sacramento activists joined communities across the country and speaking out against anti Asian hate crimes organizer say Saturday's rally shed light on the increased attacks on Asians. During the pandemic. Supporters gathered at the state Capitol with signs and stories to share. Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and outgrowth Mayor Bobby Singh. Alan both spoke at the event. A shooting in Roseville ends with the target store on lockdown. Least recalled to the target in the area Fairway drive around nine P.m. Saturday, one victim took themselves to hospital and had non life threatening injuries. Officers put the store on lockdown to gather evidence, officials say. A swimmer disappeared in a river in Sacramento Metro fire was called to the El Manto River area and Rancho Cordova around seven p.m. Saturday. Multiple agencies are searching for the swimmer, including.

807 83 80 55 Eric 873 80 55 El Manto River Roseville Saturday 8664118151 Alan One Victim Rancho Cordova Sacramento Both Asian Mayor Bobby Singh Around Nine P.M. Saturday Seven P.M. Saturday Darrell Steinberg 123 Bonnie $15,000
How Nurses are Transforming the Future of Health with Bonnie Clipper and Shawna Butler

Outcomes Rocket

01:54 min | 3 d 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.

Shauna
"bonnie" Discussed on CATtales

CATtales

03:28 min | Last week

"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.

David Joel Tom two years ago two gaps joel two areas two days later Cheney Mitch new york half a million people white house bonnie senate aerosmith
Navalny "A Horrible Skeleton" in Court Appearance After Hunger Strike

Here and Now

00:48 sec | 2 weeks 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

Navalny Lucienne Kim Alexei Navalny Yuliya Gaunt NPR Vanni Bonnie Lucian Kim Moscow Houston
Over 1,000 Reported Arrested at Navalny Rallies in Russia

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks 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

Mike Rossi Amir Putin Russia Moscow Alexey Youtube Germany Mike Crossey
'Total Eclipse' Songwriter and Producer Jim Steinman Dead at 73

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:24 sec | 3 weeks 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.

Bonnie Tyler Jim Steinman Celine Dion Steinmann Grammy Connecticut Steinman
White House: Russia Will Face Consequences if Navalny Dies in Prison

America's First News

02:20 min | 3 weeks ago

White House: Russia Will Face Consequences if Navalny Dies in Prison

"National security advisor Jake Sullivan told CNN Russia will pay if Putin critic and main opposition leader Alexei Navalny dies in prison. We have communicated to the Russian government that what happens to Mr Navalny in their custody is their responsibility, and they will be held accountable by the international community in terms of the specific measures that we would would undertake. We're looking at Variety of different costs that we would impose. And I'm not going to telegraph that publicly at this point, but we have communicated that there will be consequences if Mr Navalny dies, so you've communicated that, But at the top there, President Biden apparently didn't mention Navalny in his call with Putin this week. He certainly didn't say anything about it publicly and his remarks on Thursday, and Russian state media is touting. This is proof that Biden has given up on the issue so Why isn't President Biden demanding Navalny's release? Or at least again, at least getting him a doctor at every single opportunity? Way actually have made the judgment that direct communication to the Russian government on this issue. Including both how we see it. How our allies and partners see it and what might unfold. Should something terrible happened to Mr Navalny? Should he looked terrible Things, of course have already happened to him, but should he pass away? We have judged that rather than just make general statements publicly, the best way to deal with this issue is privately on through diplomatic channels direct to the uppermost levels of the Russian government. Let me ask one specific question. Is the potential summit with Vladimir Putin on the table if Alexei Navalny passes away in prison. Not gonna get into hypotheticals in large part Danna because there isn't currently a summit on the books. It's something we're talking about, and that's some it would have to take place, of course in the right circumstances. In a way that could actually move the relationship forward, But I'm not gonna get into hypotheticals about when or whether the summit would likely occur. No Bonnie, who's had been on a hunger strike since March. 31st on Friday, described Threats to force feed him using straitjacket and other pleasures.

Mr Navalny Russian Government President Biden Navalny Alexei Navalny Jake Sullivan Putin Russian State Media CNN Russia Biden Vladimir Putin Bonnie
Navalny's team calls protests amid reports of failing health

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Navalny's team calls protests amid reports of failing health

"Imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny could be close to death according to his doctor a physician Yaroslava shift means that the Vanni who is in the third week of a hunger strike could be on the verge of death as his health is deteriorating rapidly his doctor said that test results he received from the Bonnies family show he hasn't had kidneys and sharply elevated levels of potassium which can bring on cardiac arrest he went on hunger strike to protest not being able to see his personal physicians when he began experiencing severe back pain and the loss of feeling in his legs Russia's state penitentiary service has something of Bonnie is receding all the medical help he needs I'm Karen Thomas

Alexei Navalny Yaroslava Bonnies Vanni Cardiac Arrest Russia Bonnie Karen Thomas
"bonnie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | Last month

"bonnie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Bonnie Raitt revives Sippy Wallace Women Be wise. All Cavalcanti with you on new standards. 93.9 FM w N Y C. Vented recording now of Fred Astaire doing that thing that only Fred can quite do that way. And a great Irving Berlin song is his vehicle from the early years of RKO. Let yourself go. As you listen to the band. Don't you get a bubble as you listen to them play Don't you get a globe in just about on the floor? You forget your trouble. If you go into your dad's you forget your walls. Soul, Tom, get together. Let the dance floor feel your leather step lightly as up as the legends of gold com Hit the timber, Loosen up and started member. Can't you hear that hot? Marie Amber, let yourself gold. Let yourself go. Relax and let yourself go. Relax. You've got yourself tied up in or not. Night is cold. But the music's hot socom cuddle closer, don't you Dad to answer? No, sir. But your banker, clerk and grocer legend..

Bonnie Raitt Fred Astaire Fred Marie Amber Irving Berlin Tom RKO Cavalcanti Sippy Wallace C. Vented 93.9 FM
HBO's 'Tina' is Tina Turner's way of telling us thank you — and goodbye

Winning Retirement Radio with Greg Taylor

00:59 min | Last month

HBO's 'Tina' is Tina Turner's way of telling us thank you — and goodbye

"Originally recorded by Bonnie Tyler and 1988. Tina Turner made the best a mainstream hit. You know, there's a new documentary streaming on HBO about the queen of rock and roll and age 81. After dealing with a number of health issues that way the public didn't know about until now. She's saying goodbye to her fans through this documentary. Have to admit it. I caught some feelings. I've always like Tina Turner and what she went through to be the artist that she is and plans to enjoy the rest of her years with her husband and Switzerland. Just kind of stay out of the public eye hang with family. As a woman, Kristen. Her story were Angela Bassett plays her. What's love Got to do with it. I know if you've not seen that as a woman listening to that you just have to you have to. Yeah, that's one actually one of my favorite movies. Love hearing

Tina Turner Bonnie Tyler HBO Angela Bassett Switzerland Kristen
New York Gov. Cuomo aides allegedly altered report on nursing home deaths

Purity Products

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

New York Gov. Cuomo aides allegedly altered report on nursing home deaths

"Dual investigations into Governor Andrew Cuomo. He's under scrutiny for allegedly sexually harassing three women and Andhra counting the number of covert 19 deaths in nursing home page. Since Bloomberg reports two female staffers have left his office amid the scandals, including his press secretary. This follows bombshell reports, The Cuomos team covered up the true number of nursing home deaths after a top aide admitted to withholding data and attorney for the governor, defending the Democrat writing quote. There was no undercount as total deaths irrespective of location. We're always disclosed. Fox says Jackie Bonnie

Governor Andrew Cuomo Andhra Bloomberg FOX Jackie Bonnie
Senate Holds Longest Vote in History as Democrats Scramble To Save Relief Bill

Up First

03:03 min | 2 months ago

Senate Holds Longest Vote in History as Democrats Scramble To Save Relief Bill

"Was quite a bit of drama in the senate yesterday where democrats were sort of scrambling to make sure that they had the votes over unemployment benefits and what happened. I think shows right. The slim majority the democrats hold in the power of certain senators. Yeah i mean. Essentially democrats went to the floor and they didn't have the votes and that really rarely happens. Senator joe manchin of west virginia. He's a democrat was an entirely on board with the party's plan for these extended unemployment benefits and he was threatening to vote with republicans on a competing proposal. Dr rail the entire process for about twelve hours yesterday until they finally came up with deal to tweak unemployment benefits to shorten how long they're going to be available for about a month now a lot of republicans just as the benefits were too generous especially with the economy turning around and the mass availability of vaccines expected likely by early summer. The senate did make some significant changes to the version that the house passed. What were those. I think most notably they scrapped the house plan for a fifteen dollar federal minimum wage violated senate budget rules but also it just didn't have enough support among democrats in the senate to pass joe mansion and kirsten cinema arizona. Were both against it. They also tighten the income limits for those fourteen hundred dollar stimulus checks and they'll start phasing out for folks making over one hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year. They lowered the income threshold. The house bill was more generous and they also made those extended unemployment benefits less generous. They reduce the benefit from an additional four hundred dollars a week to three hundred dollars a week. And they're going to expire now just after labor day instead of the end of september. Do you want to know what the white house has signed off on all these changes that they don't have a problem with it and again. I think it's always important to remind people that the broader contours of this bill is. It's still two trillion dollars nearly in very popular democratic spending proposals. So it's also one of the largest standalone spending bills in history and i think democrats overall see. This is a pretty big victory. Those changes though do me in the house will have to vote again before this gets sent over to the white house for biden signature. When will that happen. it should happen next week. They wanna get this done and send it to president biden by march fourteenth because that's when current extended unemployment benefits expire. It should be able to pass the house leaders. There have been looped in on all these changes. They've been looped in with communications with the white house but there is some frustration among house democrats especially progressive democrats that the benefits in this bill. Were basically cut down because of other democrats new jersey congresswoman bonnie watson said that she was quote disgusted by some of her senate democratic colleagues. She questioned whether she could support the reworked version of the bill. I think that's important because house. Democrats have essentially no margin for error. They can only lose three votes on any party. Line vote and still have it passed so there could be some more drama next week Again bottom line from the democrats. I've talked to you. No one thinks the party itself is going to derail major-party legislation that the top priority for the president and also remember. This bill is hugely popular with the public in recent polling. It's not bipartisan in congress. But it is to voters. And that's a message. That biden has been pressing

Senate Senator Joe Manchin Dr Rail Joe Mansion Kirsten Cinema White House West Virginia President Biden Arizona Bonnie Watson Biden New Jersey Congress
Senate begins considering Democrats' $1.9T virus relief bill

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Senate begins considering Democrats' $1.9T virus relief bill

"The Senate has started considering a one point nine trillion dollar cope with nineteen relief bill after Democrats made late changes in hopes of getting it through a narrowly divided chamber the Senate split fifty fifty over whether to even start debating the bill the vice president votes in the affirmative with vice president Heris breaking the tie in her role as Senate president underscoring that Democrats have ritually no margin for error in trying to achieve president Biden's top legislative priority Republicans argue the bills too big with too much money for it non virus related provisions the table of contents for this act is as follows before leading the debate start they demanded Senate clerks read the entire bill allowed section ninety eight nineteen it's more than six hundred pages long Sager made Bonnie Washington

Senate Heris President Biden Sager Bonnie Washington
The Toasty Podcast 41 #guestweek | Fabian Rafael - burst 03

The Toasty Podcast

03:24 min | 2 months ago

The Toasty Podcast 41 #guestweek | Fabian Rafael - burst 03

"What's up guys is the toasty podcast. Money sky we'll talk about controversial topics in casual conversation and today. I have the proper bartender which he'll probably explain more of that anyway and matt can't be here. Sorry guys but let's toasty. What the heck do you do man. So thanks for the introduction. Yes i am. Social media not grew but on social media. My tag is proper bartender What i do is i supply beverage. Consultancy direct coverage programs. I develop them as well. A bar management and for typically the most recent program that i had was based in the stockyards unfortunately as we are all familiar with current events that was unable to last unfortunately did not receive the type of funding or direction that we envisioned that it would be able to receive in those regards and we just weren't able to the ownership wasn't able to hold on and we had to let it go but it was a program that was very very very proud of it was the excuse me it was. The only pre through post prohibition craft cocktail bar in fort worth little like this is like Like old school kind of sure absolutely so we're trying to say it was very much old school something it was authentic self. It was originally established in nineteen eleven. Right it's been a few things in the time period but it was actually texas. I gambling hall and salute so in nineteen eleven. What happened was they opened up again home saloon soon. After as as we're all familiar with prohibition hit now prohibition for those who are aware means that basically the consumption and production of alcohol became legal while when that happened Gambling was still legal. So what they did was. They moved at the bar downstairs hidden and they kept the gambling room upstairs. Interestingly enough soon. After the repeal of prohibition gambling in the state of texas became illegal so in order to fool the fuzz if you will the old switcheroo took place and they moved the bar upstairs and downstairs and it's a really great space. It's it's the history. There's incredible the original owner of time. So the downstairs still there. The downstairs is all american oak tables and chairs. It was actually attained that way because at the time the original owner gave a loan out to a gentleman who was a friend of his and he was unable to pay back said loan but the joe men was a carpenter and he worked at the local lumber mill. Yeah so in order to reimburse him he actually built him. Twenty tables and eighty chairs out of oak. And those things are sturdy and place has an incredible history. I mean we have people like we had people like bonnie and clyde we had Benny binion all of these historical figures who of helped form the the the the good guy bad guy type mentality of the wild west of even before it was all start becoming hollywood ask is

Matt Fort Worth Texas Joe Men Benny Binion Clyde Bonnie Hollywood
"bonnie" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

02:53 min | 2 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers

"This article reads. I'm georgina. godwin had my guest. Today is bonnie kamsky. She's born in kanawha but raised in the us on the initially trained in modern dance and ballet nuke city before travelling to japan to study the zen buddhist art form of chanu you following this. She undertook a phd at the royal college of art becoming ceramicist and researcher. She's written two books on ceramics. The latest being consumed the poetic meant which explores the unique tradition of repairing pottery with visible often. Gold leaf covered joined bonnie..

bonnie kamsky japan kanawha bonnie Today two books godwin georgina royal college of art zen buddhist
"I Am Always Enough Just Being"

Immigrantly

04:56 min | 3 months ago

"I Am Always Enough Just Being"

"Today. I am so thrilled to have you all tuned in for our guest. She is so down-to-earth such a busy woman. And if you look at the movement. She's leading i. Frankly don't know how she does it all our conversation. This particular conversation inspired me. And i came away from it. Renewed and challenged do more introspection to look at my mental health. More covered issues. That always been booed in bogus bonnie culture and for me. It wasn't easy to talk about stuff that was considered and still is considered western construct or a privileged that many cannot afford but today's guest and i spoke about it and it was fun. It was beautiful. It was challenging. Yes but i would do it again. If given an opportunity. Sahara goalie is the prince and energy behind brown girl therapy. A mental has platform that is the first and largest of its kind. What started out as fashion project turned into a world where community for first and second generation immigrants who seek to understand a firm that emotional and mental experiences. I did a lot of research. I looked at other platforms and i realized you know there really. Isn't there just. There wasn't anything that existed for children of emigrants when it comes to mental health. And as i reflected on my experiences i realized a lot of by struggles are rooted in this cultural. As in this identity as a child of immigrants. I remember as a kid and even now there are moments of consciousness in experiences that i have literally trouble putting words to are fully comprehending a lot of cultures. Like my own did not promote mental health conversations. Never mind have the lexicon. To even engage nasa hodge colby biz witnessed this unique reality and uses her platform to address these issues. I cannot wait for you all to hear what she has to share. An amazing amazing cheney up onto now and if you want to learn more about brown girls. Ap give her a follow on instagram and they also have a newsletter for which you can sign him. And i've said this before if you have any new ideas story ideas guest ideas diaz even email us. You can reach out to us. This is your platform. And i want to have as many conversations as began with people who stories will resonate with you our listeners. So let's get started. So i am so excited for this episode because i feel like there is so much that i always wanted to talk about and this episode is going to be my answer. Do all that. I want to talk about especially in the context of mental health. But a lot of what we are going to talk about is tied to your story. So i want to start with your ginny thus far. Can you share your story way. did you grow up. where were you born. How did you end up where you are right. Now sure I'm really excited to be here and be having this conversation with you. So i was born in the suburbs outside of richmond virginia The first of my family to be born in the west. I have two older siblings. Who moved to this country with my parents. Right before i was born and i was socialized. Grew up in predominantly non-indian environments. Yes so my parents from job but my mom actually is from japan so while she's full indian full-page rb Grew up in japan. So i have family in japan so i was born outside of richmond. Virginia my parents and my siblings were all born in india but my mom was socialized and grew up in japan. So i spent most of my years growing up Our vacation time between visiting family in india. Which would be. My paternal family and split time going to japan to visit my maternal family. So i feel like. I grew up in a try cultural household because my mom would often make japanese food she would often be watching tv. Dramas and japanese and we have a lot of decorations around the house. That are japanese but my family is sick. They follow the sick religion and my dad is fairly religious and so we grew up speaking jobe. You know going to goodwater on sundays. But i was going to school and had friends. Who were not sick or indian

Hodge Colby Biz Bonnie Sahara Japan Cheney Nasa Diaz Richmond Virginia India Jobe
Why Talking About Puberty Starts When Kids Are Toddlers

Raising Good Humans

04:54 min | 3 months ago

Why Talking About Puberty Starts When Kids Are Toddlers

"I mean there's certain things that you start kind of as soon as a kid is chocking understands language. First of all you use the anatomically correct terminology finance vagina vulva testicle and that can feel strange to people who didn't grow up using that terminology. Right some people. Lots of people were up in families where everyone had different nicknames. Right so i know some people who call vagina a mushy for instance. But it's really important to know the correct terminology and there's a bunch of reasons why that is true so in terms of age appropriateness as soon as your child soon as you're talking to your It's their penis vagina. nets there. Ball bats testicles. Not that there isn't room for other terms because once they go to school once they start socializing once they can't they're gonna come home with all sorts of stuff but you wanna make sure they actually know the terms and are able to say the terms and understand that there is no shame associated with the terms. Another thing that starts really early is the issue of consent. His consent isn't just about saying yes or no having sex with someone before we go into consent. I was just gonna say that even on the changing table. When you're doing body parts you knows your is your mouth your penis. These are not these. These things feel uncomfortable. They'll only get more comfortable as you practice so even with little babies practice but also there is some research when you mentioned the number of reasons to know the body parts imagining one of them that you're referring to is the fact that we know that in some research kids are less likely to have someone to be victim of a predator right so our abuse. It considered an issue of safety to know and be able to name all of the parts of your body. There is research that bonnie ralph's sites in her book that there is a corollary between children. Who know how to name. Parts of their bodies and lower rates of being victims of predatory behavior. There's also a safety issue in terms of if your child has a health issue. Discomfort appeanas a staying in inch. It's important that they be able to describe exactly where in their body it is. You tell your kid. What they're elbow is what their ear is. There's no reason that you shouldn't accept people fianc comfortable and the things that we don't mention right if we don't talk about something it sort of it infers. Shame onto that particular body part which we don't wanna do. Everyone has a comfort level about where and when they talk about body parts genitalia puberty. Life changes all of those things. But if you never talk to your child about these things they are going to assume that it is shameful announced why you don't talk to them about our one of our favorite quotes is from mr rogers dynamo girl. We talk about this all the time that would mentionable is manageable right. If you saw it from your perspective the the more you name it. The last big battle emotion feels manageable with puberty. It's also the emotional stuff but also the physical if you can mention it. I mean when we run our workshops and this is this is a very interesting phenomenon. If you say the term vaginal discharge to group of eight year old girl this is this is exactly case in point. If you say the term vaginal discharge. I have an eight year old girl. You're not because an eight year old girl won't laugh. She'll say oh that's what that is. I have stuff. I see my underwear and when it dries it kind of white and crusty. I never knew with that was right. Matter fact no big deal. Thank you for letting me know if you stay at word to rupa five year. Old women like you did. They put their heads down. They walk out of the room. So in many ways just like naming the body parts also just across the body process body process it normalizes it and if you get to them early enough by the time there's roughly the shame the skepticism the embarrassment into the twin and ten years. At least they're armed with the information you've already been able

Bonnie Ralph Nets Mr Rogers Rupa
Can Australia and China learn to get along?

Between The Lines

05:36 min | 3 months ago

Can Australia and China learn to get along?

"Tensions with china. Australia's tried stash with. China has escalated sharply with savage new tariff. Sit hit our wine industry hard from tomorrow. All australian wine will be hit with a one hundred to two hundred per cent hike. A move gross. I will devastate the industry. There was an abc news account of china hitting our wine sector of course assign deterioration of sino australian relations in the past. Gee indeed relationship between our nations have not been so dismal in more than half a century that is since before them opened ties with communist china. Mainland we give expression to new international album. No nation is on you. Aspirations symbolize law china upon our region. That was then prime minister. Gough whitlam ushering in a new era of cooperation between beijing and camber that was in nineteen seventy three. However in the past year in response to cambridge calls for an inquiry into the origins of covid nineteen. The chinese government has launched an unprecedented economic retaliation against our export industries. We mentioned one. Is bali. Beef lamb cotton lobster timber call and so on. Now you might ask not unreasonably. Why can't cambridge just restore relations with china indeed. How often have you heard the critics. Say if only camera toned down its rhetoric. Restored a dialogue rebuild trust with beijing. If the government did all these things did more to accommodate china all would be well instead where told cambra native sleep provokes trade partner by implementing foreign interference laws rejecting the wildlife. Fog j. network beat and calling for an inquiry into the origins of the crown of ours. Now that's what the critics site and you've heard many of them on this show in recent years. The hugh watt the jeff rabies. The stephen fitzgerald's the linda jakobsen's the giants lawrenson and some of them. however kanchana really rise peacefully. And is it really fair to say that when there's trouble it's invariably the fault of either washington's hawkish policies or a net australian diplomacy. How do you deal with our largest trade partner that is converting its economic might into strategic and military clout. Well we have a terrific panel is political editor of the sydney morning herald paid. His forthcoming book is called red zone. China's challenge australia's future as published by lacking books. Get i paid. I welcome back to national tomo. As a pleasure and she'll mahbubani is a distinguished fellow at the national university of singapore's asia research institute keisha. Most recent book is called. Has china won. The chinese challenge to american promessi k. Show it's also a pleasure to welcome you back to between the lines especially it'd be backed up now. Many australians as you will know are understandably anxious about what they see. Is china's discrimination against australia. What do you think is targeting. Us and abbey's measures against our exports justified in your judgment. Let me try tom to be very frank and help flow by giving you. What's that regional exception of australia. In the larger context the world has changed. We have gone from the euro than domination of world history to us. The ancient century and australia is very lucky that it is situated in the heart of issues now but australia still behaves culturally a western society in an asian dominated environment. And just to give you one simple example but you walk into an asian home. Most times you take off your shoes. That's asian culture. This not western culture the take off your shoes now with decide their fall to live and work in sight and asian home. Do you want to try and understand the issue norms or do you want to work. Only with western nas. That's the fundamental question that australia faces. Well you have risen case your that as westin palace slowly but steadily received from asia australia could be lifted stranded together with new zealand as the sole western entities in asia and paid a casual guys on following on from what he just said that quote as western power recedes. Globally australia's predominantly western population could feel very isolated and lonely. Niger asia paid a hatchet. How would you respond to katia model. Bonnie depends on how you define whist and tom If western society western values includes retaining liberties if it allows us to have free speech freedom of association freedom to choose our governments and reject them. Then i think straightens would happily subscribe to the definition of wisden

China Australia Chinese Government Cambra Hugh Watt Cambridge Stephen Fitzgerald Beijing Linda Jakobsen Lawrenson Kanchana Gough Whitlam Sydney Morning Herald Abc News Mahbubani National University Of Singapo Mainland Bali Giants Government
Over 5,100 arrested at pro-Navalny protests across Russia

BBC Newshour

04:12 min | 3 months ago

Over 5,100 arrested at pro-Navalny protests across Russia

"Arrests rows of riot police liberally deploying their battle ons that has been the uncompromising response to Russia's second weekend of unauthorized nationwide protests. Calling for the release of the opposition leader Alex in the valley and for an end to high level corruption. Down with his are they chanted in Russia's imperial capitals in Petersburg, the anger of today's revolutionaries not directed at the Winter Palace. But Putin's palace, the name given to the president's alleged unofficial residents in Alexey Navalny's YouTube video that's being watched now more than 100 million times. This weekend, One of Mr Putin's closest oligarch friends claimed that he owned the lavish black sea residents will. Mr Navalny is currently in pre trial detention two weeks after he was arrested on his return from Germany. We had been recovering from being poisoned by a nerve agent in Siberia today. His wife, Julia novel, there was among the hundreds who were arrested in the Russian capital. Moscow correspondent Sara Rainsford was also on the streets. So how was the day? It was pretty dramatic. I mean, Barricaded off. There were right place there from the early morning and a lot of shops and stuff have been closed as well. Toe to deter people from coming out. There were small groups all over the place. But suddenly, at one point they all converge near Theory, Leningrad train station and they began heading for the prison where Alexander Bonnie is being held on remand and the crowd. At one point there was a huge crowd swarming across the main road and the police At first, just letting them pass. But eventually, the right place. Reinforcements were sent in in very big numbers. So there were then swift detentions. Dozens. Hundreds of people here in Moscow detained some of them quite brutally being dragged face first towards police fans, mainly a younger crowd. Yeah, you know, itwas compared to last Saturday. I would say that there were predominantly younger people in the crowd this time, So it was a bit more diverse last time. One of the young I don't mean you know teenagers, which is something that the Kremlin and the authorities here accused the missing around the supporters of of bringing out young young people Minors under 18 onto the streets. No, there were students. There were people in their twenties people in their thirties and they were, you know, they were very vocal. They were prepared to shout in the face of the riot place to demand. Alexander van is release. But what was interesting, I think was that of the people I spoke to the vast majority told me that they weren't really big fans of Mr Navalny himself. They were there because they see him as a symbol off a political leadership, which refuses political competition. They see him as a symbol of democracy on as a symbol of choice. Yes, interesting. What you say about the young but not the very young or the old older people? Because are they? Perhaps reacting to what President Putin himself said he talked, I think about The leaders of the movement being terrorists who are using women and Children, Aziz Shields Missing, if only has traditionally had quite a big following amongst the people in their early twenties. He's got a lot of young supporters right across Russia, but I think you know the reason that people were younger today is probably because of the risk they were facing. I think some of the sort of older, more cautious people basically stayed away because Last Saturday. We saw a huge number of people detained more than 4000 people across Russia. It wasn't particularly violent, but people fear for the consequences of getting detained. So this time Slightly younger, perhaps more more prone to taking risks. Crowds there on the streets. But you know you have to bear in mind. What risk you face. If you protest in this country, it is basically illegal tow protest. Even one person pickets when you stand with a placard almost impossible to do these days, so people are facing not only short term police detentions, but often criminal cases, criminal charges. Sarah Rainsford in

Mr Navalny Alexey Navalny Mr Putin Russia Julia Novel Sara Rainsford Alexander Bonnie Winter Palace Moscow Putin Petersburg Alexander Van Siberia Leningrad Alex Youtube President Putin Germany Aziz Shields Sarah Rainsford
Chicago Snowstorm: Winter Storm Warning In The Midwest

Reverend Billy Radio

00:38 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago Snowstorm: Winter Storm Warning In The Midwest

"Across the Midwest are prompting a winter advisory from the National Weather Service, which is warning everyone in the storm's path to take precautions. Nearly 100 million Americans are under winter advisories right now, as a devastating storm moves through the Midwest. The National Weather Service is forecasting heavy snow and gusty winds as they warn Americans To take precautions. By Sunday evening, Chicago can expect anywhere from 5 to 9 inches, while New York City is due for it least nine inches. Fox's Jackie you Bonnie is adding that the National Weather Service also has winter weather advisories and storm warnings in effect for states in the Tennessee Valley, Mid Atlantic and Southeast regions. America

National Weather Service Midwest Chicago New York City Jackie Bonnie FOX Tennessee Valley Mid Atlantic America
Over 2,100 arrested at Russia protests demanding Navalny's release

WBZ Midday News

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Over 2,100 arrested at Russia protests demanding Navalny's release

"In Russia police detaining hundreds of people who turned out for protests and demonstrations in support of jailed Kremlin critic election of Bonnie No. Bonnie called on his supporters to protest after he was arrested last weekend when he returned to Moscow for the first time since being poisoned in August. With a military grade nerve agent. He was treated in Germany. Russian authorities say Navalny's long stay in Germany violated the terms of a suspended sentence In a 2014 conviction for financial misdeeds.

Bonnie No. Bonnie Russia Navalny Moscow Germany
Cold Case, Right There Before God And Country

Best Case Worst Case

05:30 min | 4 months ago

Cold Case, Right There Before God And Country

"A little welcomes the best case. Worst case is jim clemente retarded bag profiled from nick city prosecutor and writer-producer. Cbs's criminal minds and with me. Today is various francey hague's former state and federal prosecutor jam. We are back at it regular best case worst case behind police lines and today. I'm so excited because not only do we have a special guest. We have a special guest from my own state of georgia. Gen numbered outnumbered. We'll see about that. It's fantastic and our special guest is cheryl mccollum. He's from atlanta. You can hear accent. I love it. Sheryl mccollum tells what your background who you yes. Well on the director of the cold case investigative research institute. But i'm also a crime scene investigator for a local metro atlanta department. So i wear both hats a lot of actual actual badge holders here. We have a real live like vinnie. The cop comedian. We had on a few weeks ago. Now we have cheryl cheryl. Are you a comedian by any chance birdie funny we'll see we'll get it. I knew for us to really interesting though. But mostly it's jim who likes to mock me and he thinks that's funny anyway. Let's talk about you. This is so exciting. I'm so grateful you came on the show because we just don't have very many people from georgia i mean. Jim doesn't let me every time i ask on his own. He doesn't like people from georgia or any stubborn fate or really anyone from anywhere but california saying like that. I'm pretty sure i've heard him say that. But i have you and you're from georgia so tell us about your background. What do you do. And how did you get there will native laden and i was educated through all my years from elementary school. All the way through college in fulton county also delivered academy for hostile which is in college far. And then i went georgia's jay which is right downtown atlanta and my husband and i went to high school in college together and we now have two children. One's in college are sign in our daughters out next year. So big thing to translate to when we use terms of are the general people. Don't understand. I we always like to ask everyone. Okay all right. Yeah fixing a whole lot in new york city office. We use fixing. I'm big in my car. This extreme eight on our facebook page. I guarantee you. They're going to be play people as a jim. How could you not know what she was saying. Everyone loves making sure everybody in the audience. Where because we do have people in australia. For example who are probably fixing their cars and in london who are probably fixing of tea. But i don't know about college. That's what she meant So thank you for all so. Tell us about your path to to the police. I mean how did you you obviously. You're the director of a cold case investment institute. But how did you become involved in police work. My path actually started when i was about four. So you remember way back in the day. We didn't have interstates so there were two lane roads to get to the beach and my mother would tell us these Tastic stories and if you get outside of atlanta about a hundred miles you'd have radio stations. Associated was are entertained. So i can remember her telling us about bonnie by just became so captivated by the idea that this couple loved each other fiercely crisscross. The united states robbing banks. And i'm like yeah. I got i got to get it on that somehow. So so you actually. Considering crisscrossing the united states robbing banks. Or did you go right. Do let's stop. That stop was a time when did an international joel things hard like the mafia really did appeal to me but of course she would tell me things like well. Honey were not add talian. And they're not don't take you in the mob and so they tried to push me the other way a little bit on the hall. They died in a hail of bullets. Said that when i was four she waited any is when they took me to see the dance. Call now eight. I realized what happened. Medef they took alcatraz. And when i was in the seventh grade straight. Weren't they buy that gun. I guess just trying to show me every element you know when i was in the seventh grade I wrote j. edgar hoover fanmail letter did write you back. He did write me back and much basically say stay in school and studying hard which crashed me because i thought surely he's got a holly me up because nobody's going to suspect the twelve year old little southern girl i could you know get inada places unseen

Georgia Jim Clemente Nick City Francey Hague Atlanta Cheryl Mccollum Sheryl Mccollum Cold Case Investigative Resear Cheryl Cheryl Vinnie JIM CBS Fulton County JAY California New York City Facebook United States Australia
"bonnie" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

04:57 min | 5 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"That's been in the midst of a pretty big digital transformation in two thousand thirteen. The reader's digest association was in the midst of second bankruptcy in about five years in part because of a need to embrace technology and bonnie joined the following year in twenty fourteen and today trusted media. Brands has really reimagined itself. Reimagined itself as a digital first multi-platform media company. And so we're gonna talk about that process and lots more so let's get started bonnie. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks house happy to be here. So a little background on you first when you joined what was then the reader's digest association..

reader's digest association bonnie Brands
"bonnie" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:59 min | 9 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Old wanting to <Speech_Music_Male> even. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Female> Be <Speech_Music_Female> that interested <Speech_Music_Female> in. <Speech_Female> Presidential. <Speech_Female> Politics <Speech_Male> Oh. My God <SpeakerChange> dares ope. <Speech_Female> Yet. There is. <Speech_Female> Oh, my <Speech_Female> kids are a little bit unusual. <Speech_Female> It's true <Speech_Female> but I guess my <Speech_Female> six year old Arthur <Speech_Female> Matt Comma <Speech_Female> last year and <Speech_Female> met Doug <Speech_Female> to last <Speech_Female> year and just <hes> <Speech_Female> thinks the world <SpeakerChange> of. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> I think it's important <Speech_Music_Female> that you can meet <Speech_Male> people that can become <Speech_Male> your hero to. <Speech_Female> Yes <Speech_Female> and I'm <Speech_Female> begging only <SpeakerChange> data <Speech_Female> Robin Kelly <Speech_Music_Male> is your <Speech_Male> representative <Speech_Male> she's <Silence> <hes> the co-chair. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Along with you, <Speech_Telephony_Female> Clark of the <Speech_Female> Congressional Caucus on <Speech_Female> black women and girls <Speech_Female> and. <Speech_Music_Female> Formed at <Speech_Music_Female> because didn't think <Speech_Female> that that <Speech_Female> intersection of race <Speech_Female> and sex <Speech_Male> was adequately <Speech_Male> addressed when policies <Speech_Music_Male> were discussed <Speech_Male> and <SpeakerChange> legislation <Speech_Male> was proposed. <Speech_Female> So <Speech_Female> you know every <Speech_Male> that's on <Speech_Female> every level <Speech_Male> that's even looking <Speech_Male> at the experiences <Speech_Male> of non <Silence> black girls. <Speech_Male> In <Speech_Male> school that <Speech_Male> are an annual <Speech_Music_Male> black boys to <Speech_Music_Male> that are treated. <Speech_Male> With <Speech_Female> greater <Speech_Female> and more strident <Speech_Female> at disciplinary <Speech_Female> actions <Speech_Female> than they are <Speech_Male> trying to find <Speech_Male> out what might be causing <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> the <Speech_Male> whole issue <Speech_Male> of mental health <Speech_Music_Male> and <Speech_Music_Male> the impact <Speech_Music_Female> that you see <Speech_Music_Female> happening in the <Speech_Music_Female> African <Speech_Music_Female> American <SpeakerChange> community. <Speech_Male> Particularly <Speech_Male> among young <Speech_Male> black boys <Speech_Music_Male> things, I <Speech_Music_Male> does and <Speech_Music_Male> the impact <Speech_Music_Female> that you see <Speech_Music_Female> happening in the <Speech_Music_Female> African <Speech_Music_Female> American <SpeakerChange> community. <Speech_Male> Particularly <Speech_Male> among young <Speech_Male> black boys <Speech_Music_Male> things, I <Speech_Music_Male> does things <Speech_Music_Male> will make <Speech_Male> sense to <Speech_Male> a a <Speech_Female> Joe Biden <Speech_Telephony_Female> Anna Kamla Harris <Speech_Female> they <Speech_Telephony_Male> will put the kind of <Speech_Male> resources into the <Speech_Music_Male> research <Speech_Music_Male> into defining best practices <Speech_Music_Male> and <Speech_Music_Male> to to <Speech_Male> <hes> expanding <Speech_Telephony_Female> our knowledge <Silence> in our understanding <Speech_Male> a <Speech_Male> eappen <Speech_Female> so. <Speech_Male> The one thing I know <Silence> is that <Speech_Female> When <Speech_Female> Kamla <Speech_Telephony_Male> Harris <SpeakerChange> becomes <Speech_Male> vice-president <Speech_Male> and Joe Biden become <Speech_Male> president. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> There there will <Silence> be. <Speech_Male> A <Speech_Female> responsibility <Speech_Female> <Speech_Music_Male> get everyday <Silence> people. <Speech_Male> It will <Speech_Male> be all the people <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <SpeakerChange> not just <Silence> <Advertisement> some of the people. <Silence> <Advertisement> <Speech_Female> Yeah <Speech_Female> I love <Speech_Female> that and would i. <Speech_Female> I got chills when <Speech_Female> you just said when <Speech_Female> Kamla Harris's vice <Speech_Female> president. <Speech_Female> Biden president. <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Right. Yeah. <Speech_Female> Yeah. It <Speech_Female> really is. <Speech_Female> All right. So action <Speech_Female> item for everyone <Speech_Female> is to go right <Speech_Female> now today <Speech_Female> celebrate <hes> <Speech_Female> women's Equality <Speech_Female> Day by <Speech_Female> making your <Silence> plan to vote <Speech_Music_Female> it <Speech_Female> was great talking <SpeakerChange> to you. <Speech_Female> Yeah. You <Speech_Female> too. Thank you <Speech_Female> so much <Speech_Female> <hes> representative <Speech_Female> Bonnie Watson <Speech_Female> Coleman of New <Speech_Female> Jersey and everyone <Speech_Female> should go <Speech_Female> help your campaign out <Speech_Female> to since of <Speech_Female> course, as a member of Congress, <Speech_Female> you're up <SpeakerChange> production <Speech_Female> every two years. <Speech_Male> So that is sure <Speech_Male> enough to. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Yes <Speech_Female> sir. Thank you so much <Speech_Female> ub <Speech_Female> be well. <SpeakerChange> Yeah. <Silence> <Advertisement> You too. <Silence> <Speech_Female>

Joe Biden Anna Kamla Harris president representative Robin Kelly Arthur co-chair Doug vice-president Congress Bonnie Watson Jersey
"bonnie" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

03:24 min | 9 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"In. College opportunities without saddling our young people with so much debt we could make sure that. There is again this issue of decisions that we make for ourselves we would. We would we would work very hard to ensure that the kind of policing in our communities is community policing. And that their relationship cetera built and that we bring people together where in a tremendous need for healing right now, this country needs a healing. We hurt very badly even those of us who are strong and resilient, and we work in the political world and in the public policy world even we hurt for this country right now and the things that we're seeing and so. We need a we need to be brought together. We need people that you just saw last night was the first night of the. Republican National Convention in new contrast that kind of message of fear and Bam versus us that you saw last night and contrast it what you saw a week earlier just all about us we the people we the people have the voiced. This government is by in for the people and it is the people that we should respect. Joe, Biden. Has Been in this. Of a space a very long time and it is not to become rich. It is not to become powerful for this for the sake of power. The same thing with communism, their boats in this for purpose, and the purpose is to make our country the best it could be for everyone. Yeah I love and you know something you said earlier about. The. That these are presidential vice presidential candidates that our kids can look up to. You know we we let our son stay up late last week to to watch Joe Biden Comma Harris give their acceptance speeches and I can't imagine letting them see any part of the R. N. C. you know it's just not the kind of thing I want to show them that would make such a big difference to be able to to show them presidential addresses again. I know I know and just be able to bring it offensive together with more than one fellow. A word would just more than you could ask for but you. Gamble to associate the presidency of the United. States of America, with pathological lying. That very hurtful. And children are of a seven year old granddaughter and she remembers Barack Obama And she knows the difference between what she heard and saw with Barack Obama and what he sees and hears from Donald Trump. and. So look at you have a six year old I have a seven year old. It's good that they have the instincts to. SORTA. gravitate to the positive and not the negative. Your commended. Thank you very small Bertha Body Yuna. Odd. That is for six year.

Joe Biden Barack Obama Gamble Bam America Donald Trump. Harris
"bonnie" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:48 min | 9 months ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"I everyone. This is Kelly with two broads talking politics and I am thrilled to be on today with representative Bonnie Watson Coleman from the New Jersey Twelfth district hello. I there are worried today greed. So I am so excited that you're joining me and we are very excited to be celebrating women's Equality Day and we can talk about whether. Whether that name has fully been lived up to or not. But nonetheless, women's equality. Day Is August twenty sixth to commemorate the Day in Nineteen Twenty on which women of America, at least some women of America won the right to vote. So thank you. For joining us and let's talk some then about. Voting and in the importance of voting this year. Wow. That's Lou question. Always important. I am a woman and I'm a black woman. So, voting did not come easily to someone like. On three different levels. And women died for the right to vote in African Americans certainly died for the right to vote in the only way we in many instances. Express. Our desires, our demands is through our vote that is our voice. Now. This is more important I. Think than ever in my lifetime and I've lived many good LP years than got. Every issue. That affects. Everyone who is not a millionaire or billionaire? is on the table here. As I see it. Whether or not it's the economy for women. the economy for just working class families whether it's autonomy over a woman's body. Education for her or for her children safety insecurity in her communities access to decent wedding. Just every issue that is vitally important being safe insecure in this cove in environment having the kind of leadership. that. Cakes responsibility as well as makes the right decisions having a leader in the united. States of America that is respected. For intellect and compassion and and values all of that is on the table. In this election and wow, all of this is on the table and while. Donald Trump has failed miserably.

Bonnie Watson Coleman America New Jersey Twelfth district Donald Trump Kelly representative Lou
"bonnie" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

12:48 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"And I think that's really valuable. What feels like what it tastes like what it smells like you know. Can you hear like what you hear underwater or is everything? Just a wish. You know like when you're swimming from Alcatraz I mean I feel that that's since orally I want experience that as a human being and I think as a journalist maybe my willingness to do some of these things is generally positive. I don't know maybe just foolish now that I'd children. Well that's a part of it. Have you run up against things that you'd said no? I'm not going to do that. I will not participate in that. There was one like shark experience. I just remember this. It was a story that was going to do for the Times it was in Hawaii in. It was a swim to Ireland. It was like a bunch of people who like often swam and my friend. Who LIVES THERE? I'd say you should do the swim. Just because it's like Oh interesting some culture of this. You always swing this island and they go and they like hang out in the picnic Had the assignment was going to do it. And then someone got their leg bit off shirk and I am generally not afraid of that. I mean I surf and Ocean Beach Surf. Bleed his in northern California. They're sharks there for people who don't know those are both Ocean beach as a non-smoker I know to be a place. That's very difficult to surf. Yes taste and believe us. I know to be a place with a lot of sharks and and we know that they're sharks out there and I it doesn't I think I'm generally fairly reasonable with risk and that doesn't bother me but in this particular case and this was fairly recent as last couple years just how close in proximity it was too when I was Gonna again knowing. That probably wasn't going to happen again anytime soon. Maybe it would. Who knows but it just odds. Don't really change of it's just happened. It seems like they do. You're you're at your. I said I was reasonable. It sales logical anyway. Yes so that's one recent. I made a conscious decision to not do it and I was meant to be part of the book. If you did do it or was it was it was just something that I wanted to do. because I like to do these things generally speaking. Do you find that you end up. Sort of picking up like do you think you'll continue to swim in the bay? Like do you find you. You're like accruing Activities for yourself by writing about them sometimes or are they things that you do in a more one off basis Swimming in the bay is something that I kind of do all the time because I surf. It's not the same but in terms of like cold water exposure. I think I have enough cold exposure by going out to surf at Ocean beach in the winter but other things I really do like I do love to do certain things that I have picked up over the years and I think that if I looked over all of the stories that have done. I would say that the things that I tried. I mean. They're a firm number. That have stuck with me. I mean like serving was something that I I only pick that up. Maybe ten like over the last ten years that. How did that START I would go on assignment stories places and I thought I think I would like to serve. And then we'd go surf and then. Finally I had a critical mass of people to surf with in San Francisco or that it was a critical mass of people who would say. Let's go Thursday at seven thirty and I would say okay and you need those people to hold you accountable to meet up to go do things. That are somewhat unpleasantly going and colder. That's that's the part that I I just as a person who wants to be that person like I want to be. The person who gets up you know before the kids get up and go out and go cold water surfing and then just come in feeling like I could conquer the world but I'm not it's never proven to be true so I'm fascinated with what enforces that disciplined on you. That you do it. Well what do you get up early in the morning? For what would get you out of bed early in the morning. Kids got to go to school. That's the main thing that we ought to bed in the morning responsibility you know. I mean I think I've always been I think as a child I was kind of a sloth. I really like I loved reading. I wouldn't say that I was particularly active kid. I swam but it was mostly because my parents said you have to do a sport and it started out being my brother and I played soccer. Frigging hated soccer. He's hey kids kicking me Michelle Delta and then they said well you can swim or soccer and then we just unanimously went for swimming and that that was just luck. If I were presented with other sports I probably I feel like maybe I would not be the person I am now. I mean I feel. I feel happy in the water. I and I think that if my parents had not put us in water I wouldn't be who I were. You have this description. So you were born in flushing or we're enforcing when you're small and then you're on. Long Island and you have a description in the book of being a kid in the pool and this particular pool feeling like a refuge. From yeah what we're describing. What way well so my family came here from Hong Kong Immigration from Hong Kong and my brother and I are the first generation or family to be born in America and when we grew up primarily in Long Island. It was very white and we were. I mean the only in my schools growing up one of a handful to handful of kids of color and I mean the first day of school was like horrific for me. It was like the teacher trying to pronounce my name. And then the kids would it was regular. It was just like Bonnie soy sauce. Bonnie Tissue Bonnie Chu we just like all these things and you know you take it in stride but a little part of you dies inside. And that's where I found a refuge from. That was the swimming pool because the next town over kind a pool and a complex where there was a swim team and so we joined this club team and In this town it was much more diverse. There were lots of people of color. We were in the pool with Brown black white yellow bodies. You know just like all and no-one. No-one said things to me that they said to me in school Nobody and I cannot remember a time in which I felt like I didn't belong there because of my race or what I look like and part of that too is like just being really feeling healthy and at home my body and you know it's it was a coed team so there is like you. It's really exciting to be in the pool with other kids especially when you purity and there's all kinds of you know on deck romances but it was just like a place of experimentation actually and I talk about a little bit about this in the book it really was the stage for so much of my I how I became who I am and do you think it. It enforced a certain discipline on your life that carried over into other thinking specifically about you know you're freelance writer. And like that requires a certain. Yes sure as well I mean I think I am a self motivated person anyway. I really don't like being told what to do. I think I I thought about this many times over the last. Let's see sixteen years that I've been a full time freelancer and I only worked in an office three years of my life and I pretty much hated every minute of it. Even though I thought my dream was to always and forever be living in New York Morgan publishing working in a magazine being an editor writing you know and I when I was an editor I kind of hated it. I just didn't like being chained to a desk. I worked Travel and Leisure magazine editor for some time and I thought this is great. This is this is it. I've I've done it. I'm forever at Twenty Four. I'm going to be here and and I kept telling myself I liked it but really what I ended up doing. Was Dreaming Up these stories for to send other writers on an that really gold. And maybe that's exactly I mean. I think you me as someone who likes to do things in the journalism that I participate to participate in it I do. I mean I think that's right. I think that it was upsetting to me as a novice to be coming up with story ideas that then I didn't execute on. I mean that's a real. I think that's a real thing. I can very closely related to that but I also feel like I'm conflicted because ultimately I experienced that same thing but it feels sort of selfish to me like we need the people the utterly selfless people who will edit the stories and said I will send people to do things that sound very fascinating to me rather than sending myself. Yes yes you and I have at various points chosen to be on the other end receiving end of that whenever possible right right and I think that also when you have that great relationship with an editor who really gets you and doesn't want to be that person who goes out but once you like actually as a selfless act because they kind of launch you into the world to do the writing that they see you capable of doing and are the right person for and so I hold those relationships very dearly. When I have like I've worked with editors at the Times for I've worked for them for twenty years and it's it's crazy to think that I have known some of these editors for that long and it's wonderful I I just like I feel grateful every day. How do you maintain those relationships? It's funny because I just came to you. From visiting some editors at the Times offices and one of them I think I've met one time previously. It was just nuts to think that we had been working. There was along and had not actually been face to face more than these two times. But you know I just I try to remind people that exist which I guess that. Don't know what what does that mean these days. He's the nominee email. Tweet out. Well so actually. I didn't think that moving to California was going to help my career but I think moving away from New York was absolutely the right. Move for me but I didn't see it that way the time and I've been in the bay area for sixteen years now. Yeah that's what. I always have doubted the even as a person who ended up here. Doubted the plant you the value of proximity. Yeah but I also feel like there's just too many people here are trying to do the same thing and so any advantage you can get from being somewhere else with access to different mindset. Yeah I mean of course having face to face contact with people occasionally is helpful. But it's not like you hang out with the editor time everyday right officer at home. That's just home all the time. So you said like the dream was to be a writer editor New York at a certain point in your life. Where did that dream originate for you? Where does it come from the desire to want to do this type of work for you? I grew up in a very creative household so my father is an artist and when I was the euro was born he won an emmy. He was doing graphics for For all New Yorkers live at five and he it was when they still used artisanal traitors for those graphics that they did and my childhood was in his studio. It was downstairs. Studio House was where he made. He did movie posters. He did choose your own adventure book covers..

editor soccer Ocean beach California Hawaii Bonnie Tissue Bonnie Chu writer Ireland New York Long Island Studio House Hong Kong Times San Francisco Michelle Delta Twenty Four Leisure magazine America
"bonnie" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Go to black moment is if you study at carefully off the beat. Just exactly as the clicks were at the beginning. It has to be right it that suddenly you wait. Oh it's over. It has to be off the beat. It has to be off the beat. It has to have no more lines. I mean there's no snow more spoken where you just have the the law men kind of encroaching in but as you say you're not going to get a last final poetic moment right. You had your poetic connection but the bullets of flown. The bodies are dead and there's nowhere else to go and the two guys who just happened on the violence who have to look at it as well like what the hell just happened here. And it's a it is a beautiful study in violence and death and fame and how how people matter to me. I love this. And that's and that's I agree with everything you're saying why people matters such a poignant way of putting it where you say you can understand especially in this day and age where we still blame You know media and art forms for all the violence in the world and you know you have. You can't help but question that a little bit but so you say like okay like those reviews that were so critical of this movie. Yes we have a romance of these two bank robbers but no one comes out of this movie and says I want to be a bank robber not for a second because we just needed to build up the mythology of Bonnie and Clyde we needed to change Bonnie and Clyde Right Bonnie and Clyde were not attractive people. These were quite literally ugly and and spiritually ugly ugly people but no we had to make them beautiful and we had to make it so we love them so we could show how horrible this life and the violence that surrounds them really is right. And if if people went out dressed like Bonnie and Clyde they weren't also robbing banks so it's it's okay. Yeah well equipped. Well put their Ted any any final thoughts on on Bonnie and Clyde and its place in Nelly. Say that long with the graduate and in the heat of the night and Dr Doolittle and Guess WHO's coming to dinner. Those five films were nominated for an Oscar in nineteen sixty seven and the films that were essentially overlooked were the graduate and Bonnie and Clyde now guess which films we talk about more today which which to have we done an episode Ana. We haven't done an episode on in the heat of the night. Which by the way is quite a good movie. Yes but compared to these two giants. There's a terrific book about this again. For film enthusiasts. It's called pictures at a revolution by Mark Harris about about the making of all five of those movies and the dynamics that went into the final win for in the heat of the night. Yeah Okay if you if you haven't already listen to it or maybe if you're just hoping for a little retrospective on the year of Nineteen sixty-seven go back and check out episode. Ninety four of classic movie must were Ted and I talk about the graduate. I think especially if you haven't listened to it already and it might be fun to listen to these two episodes in conjunction with each other. Because there's no two ways about it. Obviously the late nineteen sixties was a transformative moment for Hollywood. It is a kind of a watershed moment of global cinema coming together. And and you see that in these two particularly special transcendent movies that. I think hit just as hard today as they certainly did. And nine hundred sixty seven here here thank you ted. Thank you Max. That concludes our episode on Bonnie. And Clyde I would love to hear what you think of this classic movie.

Bonnie Clyde I Ted Dr Doolittle Oscar Mark Harris Hollywood
"bonnie" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

Classic Movie Musts

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts

"Clyde Barrow Played by Warren Beatty and Bonnie Parker played by Faye dunaway. Meet when Clyde tries to steal the car belonging to Bonnie's mother Bonnie who is bored by her job as a waitress is intrigued by Clyde and decides to take up with him and become his partner in crime they pull off some minor holdups but their amateur efforts while exciting are not very lucrative. The duo's crime spree shifts into high gear once they hook up with the dimwitted gas station attendant. Cw Moss played by Michael J Pollard and clydes older brother. Buck played by Gene Hackman and wife. Blanche played by still parsons. Who is a preacher's daughter? The women dislike each other immediately and their feud escalates over time. Blanche has nothing but disdain for Bonnie Clyde. Ncw while Bonnie Sees Blanche's flighty presence as a constant danger to the gangs survival. Bonnie and Clyde turned from pulling small time heist into rubbing banks their exploits also become more violent when CW botches parking for a bank robbery. Clyde has to shoot the bank manager in the face after he jumps onto the slow moving cars running board. The gang is pursued by law enforcement including Texas Ranger Frank. Hamer whom they capture and humiliate before setting him free arrayed later catches the outlaws off guard mortally wounding buck with a shot to the head and injuring. Blanche Bonnie Clyde NCW barely escape alive with blanche sightless and in police custody. Hamer tricks her into revealing CW's last name who was up until this point still only an unidentified suspect. Hamer locates Bonnie Clyde and C W hiding at the house of CW's father who thinks that the couple have corrupted his son. The elder moss strikes a bargain with hammer in exchange for leniency. For his son he helps set a trap for the outlaws. Bonnie and Clyde stop on the side of the road to help Mr Moss fix a flat tire. The police in the bushes opened fire and riddle them with bullets. Bonnie and Clyde had a budget of two point five million dollars and then ultimately brought in seventy million at the box office adjusted for inflation. That's a budget of just over. Nineteen million and a box office hall of almost five hundred and forty million dollars..

Blanche Bonnie Clyde NCW Bonnie Clyde Clyde Barrow Cw Moss Bonnie Parker Hamer clydes Buck Faye dunaway Warren Beatty Gene Hackman partner Texas robbery Michael J Pollard
"bonnie" Discussed on Ghostly

Ghostly

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Ghostly

"It could be a squirrel on the top of the bushes. He could be a thousand other things and also to if this was the ghost of Bonnie why wouldn't it be going towards that Why is it leaving just walking? Just walking in the cemetery walking. Why didn't they go up to my usual question? Why don't we see more fun way before they could get their no? They didn't notice it until afterwards and then afterwards they're like. Hey look at this. This looks weird. Oh that's Bonnie because we were talking about Bonnie what about if it's what about if it's Lisa or what about if it's Mary or what about if it's something else I mean and also I don't know if it's a woman you don't see a womanly shape you see a a roundish shape. ooh That looks like it's got a face. Looks like it's got some hair but that's me drawing this conclusion that this is what it is you know. No it doesn't it doesn't look like anything I it could be so many other things. Besides I dunno why we jump to the conclusion that this is a ghost walking because it doesn't have lakes I to me. It was really creepy. It was one of the croupier videos that I've seen. Now there's a lot more there's video of other just kind of touristy things but Are Just trip that this person was on. But that part They do a lot a lot of good zooming ins get you get a good site. I like the video because I liked seeing Bonnie's gravesite that helped me. It helped me feel closer to the story seeing that I'd love to visit it. Yeah I'd love to take some video myself and find my own orbs and I own you know walking ghosts ghosts and the funny thing is bluish grayish color you know like what you would expect a ghost colored look like it was like so spider botta was such a ghost are what's your rating then zero zero. I'M GONNA give this one a six and a half six in half okay. Yeah it's a it's not Kuwait as sure as I am with the wooded area but I definitely pretty spooky. So let's go overall okay so overall overall overall do Bonnie and Clyde still haunt this world either or right either or I'm giving it a seven an overall you notice that thing though. Is that banning clutter not together not only while the wooded area. I think there was a part of the. MVP as they say. It's a woman's voice they don't there wasn't a name given but possibly could be here. Okay so what was your number. I'm sorry seven seven okay. That's a pretty high number. I'm going to give it a one. Okay overall one okay Just because you know I don't. I don't have all the evidence Vince on hand. So I can't necessarily you know disprove it one hundred percent but I think it's pretty disproved. Okay yeah all right so that brings us to the closing arguments. This is our last chance to convince you to vote our way we each are given one minute of uninterrupted time. We will time and each other on our cell phones to keep each other honest although my cell phone for some reason you never hear it like go off but you have to trust me. It does don't worry. He shows me time counting down so I get as stressed as possible. That's not why just so you know it's helpful. Are you ready Rebecca. I am ready as I'll ever be all right. Three two one go all right. So if there were going to be to criminals that would have energy residual energy that would last on this earth. I think Bonnie and Clyde are two of them they had such a short short fast destructive Painful Life Bonnie was in such pain. They were both such pain and they never had a moment's peace in in the last three years of their life. Short life And I know that as they were in those final moments Where they they actually really early thought the things were going? Okay that they were they were they were fine. I mean they were always so hyper vigilant about things but you know things were starting to come off the rails and they just got caught at the end so to meet that area that wooded area where they were caught i. There's just no way that there's not energy there that's residual and causing Huntings the car and these on this though the grave. I'm not assure on but man that part is all right. That's your time and and probably because I have the The phone open and everything. It's like no you know it's time you're looking at it okay. So it doesn't ring but I don't know we'll say okay okay. Are you ready. I am ready and go so I have not prepared anything for this But I will say that. I love the story story of Bonnie and Clyde. You know 'cause I love that old criminal mobster ish kind of thing and the rat-a-tat I love that but unfortunately The most overwhelming evidence that was presented to me is a feeling of uneasiness around death. And that just to me. It's like that's natural not unnatural the VP's. I don't know you could listen to him. You might hear something in it but try to listen to him without thinking of what they're supposed to be saying. I didn't hear anything and I didn't know what they were supposed to be saying. I had to be told what they said. That to me doesn't mean anything and The car I don't know it would be cool to see but I don't think that it's any any kind of haunting going.

Bonnie Clyde Kuwait VP MVP Vince Rebecca Lisa Mary
"bonnie" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan and this is encyclopedia britannica before we dive in a quick note. This episode contains mentions mentions of suicide that some listeners may find disturbing listener discretion is advised in the late nineteen nineties. A horrific event left america's shocked and confused the heaven's gate mass suicide. It's a conic imagery imagery and unusual nature. Let it to become both a chilling horror story and the butt of jokes on programs like saturday night live but it took decades aids for heaven's gate to become a suicidal colt today for talking about the woman who laid the groundwork for that evolution bonnie lu nettles bonnie nettles was born on august twenty ninth nineteen twenty seven in houston texas. She was raised baptist in nineteen eighteen forty eight at the age of twenty one. She graduated from the herman hospital professional nursing and started working as a registered nurse. The following year she married a businessman businessmen and the two had four children for twenty three years bonnie's marriage seemed relatively stable that is until her interest in the occult started to grow. She believed she was regularly receiving instructions. From a nineteenth century monk named brother francis. She conducted weekly seances at her house. Join the houston lodge that the esophagus society and went to see multiple fortunetellers who supposedly foretold her meeting with tall bearskin man then and in nineteen seventy two while working as a nurse bonnie met marshall applewhite bonnie's marriage was nearing divorce and marshall had already been divorced and lost his teaching job after having an affair with the student together bonnie and marshall created the christian art center where they offered classes in religion art art and music bonnie introduced martial to her many the asaf ethical and occult beliefs the christian art center became what they called the no place a metaphysical physical center for teaching bonnie's religious ideas in nineteen seventy-three bonnie and marshall left houston and traveled west developing their beliefs along the way they formed the basis of their cult from a mixture of bible readings and contemporary science fiction. They believed that marshall whom by either doe or bow was was a reincarnation of jesus who had ascended to what they called the evolutionary level above human bonnie who went by tea or peep was supposedly the heavenly heavenly father in human form. They thought their claims would be publicly confirmed during what they called the demonstration where they would be killed restored to life and physically transported into a speech ship calling themselves the two or the u._f._o. To be visited church after church an attempt to spread their message which unsurprisingly very few people initially believed them however they managed to gather some followers in los angeles and set out on a tour or if the country bonnie and marsha promise that anyone who followed them would find deliverance from earth in a spaceship in one thousand nine hundred ninety six bonnie the announced that the tour was over the door to heaven was closed the cult became more insular as bonnie and marshall focused on teaching their new followers. One of the cult members received a large inheritance in nineteen seventy seven allowing them to rent communal houses and further cut off members from their families in the early nineteen eighties bonnie was stricken with cancer she had won. I removed in an attempt to stop the disease from spreading but it didn't work and the cancer spread spread to her liver in one thousand nine hundred five bani passed away in dallas texas bonnie's death shook marshall's belief system the doctrine initially stated added that members would be physically transported into space ship with their bodies sometime before the earth was quote recycled in twenty twenty seven but following bonnie's on his death marshall changed his teachings to suggest that members would need to shed their human bodies in order to ascend to the next level. The group continued operating for another decade doc. Id then in nineteen ninety-seven marshall and thirty followers taped farewell message is really important this we saw arabe describing graded and how much looking forward to what's ahead for us now next level's very ge innocent fair they donned identical black shirts sweatpants nike sneakers and in three waves they eat apple sauce or pudding mixed with barbiturates and chased it with vodka they placed plastic bags on their heads to induce this fixation and then remaining members laid the dead and beds with purple shrouds over their faces and torsos twenty-one women and eighteen men between the ages of twenty six and seventy two died. The heaven's gate suicide remains the largest mass suicide to occur on american american soil though the heaven's gate cult only turned truly suicidal after bonnie nettles died she and marshall applewhite together form the toxic nick colt doctrine that allowed the mass suicide to occur tune in tomorrow to learn about another villainous from history special. Thanks to kaplan my favorite sister and co-creator talk to you tomorrow.

bonnie nettles marshall houston texas jenny kaplan america co-creator herman hospital christian art center francis dallas los angeles marsha twenty three years
"bonnie" Discussed on Man in the Window

Man in the Window

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Man in the Window

"To wear her latex gloves in nursing class for Bonnie. Her engagement to Joe isn't as much about getting married, as it is a declaration of independence from her father. Their junior year Bonnie Jo transfer together to Sacramento state. She's in nursing Joe is studying criminal Justice. He's aiming high for the California Highway Patrol. But increasingly Joe does things that make her uncomfortable. She's someone who follows the rules and Joe acts like they don't apply to him. He was. Was he was in charge was, I won't say,.

Joe Bonnie Jo California Highway Patrol Sacramento
"bonnie" Discussed on Man in the Window

Man in the Window

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Man in the Window

"She met. Joe Bonnie could almost always be found in the science department. She's a top-flight student asked by the faculty to tutor older students physics. She plays the piano in listens to Simon and Garfunkel. Joe shakes up for world. He introduces her to bullfighting late night, TV psychedelic rock in fast cars, it's a common takeaway among those who know him Joe has a knack for keeping his life, such a closed book, even his lifelong friends don't know much about what's going on inside. The one place Joe seems to feel at ease with Bonnie's large family. She's one of six kids, and they embrace him with the same warmth is judy's family. He frequently hangs around the Colwell farm, but it's big house. High upon a hill above the American river. There's a fruit orchard in horses. Joe takes Bonnie's siblings to the drive in, in its muscle cars. He seems fun in easy.

Joe Bonnie Colwell farm American river Simon judy
"bonnie" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

05:46 min | 3 years ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Hendrix. Barbiturates are highly addictive and addicts can feel restless and anxious withdrawal from Amitav can occur as soon as eight to twelve hours after the last dose and can cause restlessness anger and violent outbursts blanche and buck would stay with Bonnie while CLYDE and WD went out to rob stores at this point in the summer of nineteen thirty three, Bonnie was either addicted to Amtel are going through withdrawals from it. This made her angry and volatile. She would argue with blanche and buck often and eventually they didn't even wanna stay with her. Barbiturate addiction has physical and mental effects. The mental effects can include mood swings, agitation, irritability. And even strained relationships. There's no evidence as to whether Bonnie kept using arbiture. It's after her wounds began to heal, but people who are dependent on arbiture. It's can also go through withdrawals as they stop taking the drug which have the same symptoms according to blanche Bonnie would threaten to fight her and said she was sick of having blanche and buck with them. She wanted it to just be her and CLYDE again with WD. Bonnie apparently told blanche that when she was healed, she would fight her and prove that she was stronger than her, but Bonnie's wound never had a chance to heal fully before her death CLYDE would watch over Bonnie. But even he had a hard time dealing with her, he went to Dallas to get her mother but brought her sister Billie Jean instead. But even Billy didn't have much luck with calming Bonnie down. CLYDE tried to throw the drugs away, but Bonnie got vicious with him. Bonnie was only twenty two throughout nineteen. Thirty three and her leg would never fully heal. She was unable to stand without someone's help, but the gang kept moving on July eighteenth nineteen thirty three in Platte City, Missouri, Bonnie CLYDE blanche buck and WD were in bed when they heard banging on the door. Buck immediately sprung into act. Shen grabbing a gun and rushing toward the door. He shot through the windows and CLYDE joined him shooting the police officers who were outside CLYDE told everyone to go outside to make their escape on the way out. Buck got shot in the head, but didn't die. Immediately blanche helped him to the car, but her head was grazed by a bullet. She was also hit in the arm got glass in her eyes. And eventually fainted WD came out of the fight unscathed. Although Bonnie was getting better. By this time, she was still too weak to fight. She even had trouble trying to walk. She stuck it out in the car during the fight, the gang sped off to decks, field park in Dexter, Iowa to hide out for a while. Bonnie and CLYDE went into town to steal medical supplies for blanche and buck whose bullet wounded head wasn't getting any better. But no one in the gang had died and Bonnie and CLYDE. Were determined to see that no one would the car they use to flee to Iowa, had eighteen bullet holes in it from the Platte city shootout and it's hard to lie low with a bullet riddled car, killing two birds with one stone, CLYDE stole a doctor's car, which had a medical bag in it on July twenty third nineteen thirty three bunny CLYDE and the gang were ambushed. WD and CLYDE were both shot and the gang jumped into the car. CLYDE tried to drive away, but ended up stuck in a ditch. Bonnie said they should get out and run, but running was harder than it sounded Bonnie could barely walk with her leg injury. Let alone run. Bach was dying with a badly bleeding. Bullet wound in his head Blanche's is were still wounded from the Platte city shootout with WD and clydes new wounds. The entire gang was injured. Seeing no other option. They ran for it. They made it up a hill with CLYDE WD and Bonnie shooting behind them blanche and buck didn't think they could go any farther after a few more attempts at running away and trying to catch up with Bonnie CLYDE and WD buck and blanche were arrested, Bonnie CLYDE and WD escaped, but Bonnie and CLYDE wouldn't be free for long only ten months later, Bonnie and CLYDE would be lying dead inside another bullet riddled car betrayed by someone they thought was a friend. With Bonnie CLYDE and WD all injured. It was difficult to evaluate their options. Escaping on foot had been too much for Bonnie. She was barely conscious and begs WD to put her out of her misery. WD had a wounded chest and leg and CLYDE had a wounded arm and leg. They were distraught thinking about buck and blanche who they believed had to be dead in reality. They were both in the hospital. Buck died there from his wounds while blanche was treated and later transported to prison where she would stay for ten years, Bonnie CLYDE and WD plan to find a farmer with a car that could use. They

Bonnie CLYDE blanche buck blanche Bonnie Bonnie CLYDE CLYDE WD blanche WD Iowa Amtel Platte City Amitav Hendrix. Dallas Dexter Billie Jean Missouri Shen Billy Bach twelve hours
"bonnie" Discussed on Female Criminals

Female Criminals

12:32 min | 3 years ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Female Criminals

"Here's something we think you should know about. I recently wanted to test my vitamin D levels, but with my busy schedule, it's difficult to schedule a doctor's appointment with Everley wells at home health tests. I was able to do the test from home every well offers a wide variety of tests for everything from women's health to energy and wait testing. All you have to do is head to ever Lee will dot com. Choose your tests and they'll be shipped to your door. Once you collect your samples and send it back to ever Lee wells certified lab partner, you'll get your doctor reviewed. Easy to read results online in days. Everley will is so convenient. No more sitting in waiting rooms, no more mystery Bill and no more waiting on your results head to ever Lee will dot com and use promo code criminals to take fifteen percent off your first order that's ever Lee will dot com promo code criminals for fifteen percent off your first order. Take control of your health today with Everley wells at home health tests, your test on your time, and on your terms speaking of things you should know about. Have you heard of Zulu early? It's our latest obsession. Xouli has something special for you every day, whether you want to redecorate your home, refresh your wardrobe or by great gifts for your friends and family. Xouli dot com will help you find unique items. I love to change things up in my apartment. Anytime I want a new throw pillow or some fresh WalMart, I usually to find chic decor for up to seventy percent off Xouli makes it fun to score deals on your favorite brands too because they released new sales every day at six AM Pacific time. So if you see something you love, you should buy it right away. Most items only last on the site for about three days and now for a limited time, use gift code criminals to get twenty percent off your first order, visit Zulu Xouli dot com. Slash criminals. Dash podcast and use gift code criminals for our discount go to Zulu lily dot com slash criminals. Dash podcast to get started and for full offer details. Now, let's get back to the story. Bonnie CLYDE buck blanche end WD laid low until April twenty seventh nineteen thirty three almost two weeks after the raid in Joplin in the thirteen days, following their escape. The gang travelled through New Mexico, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana committing small robberies in order to pay for gas food and modest. Lodging on this spring day, the gang went to rust in Louisiana, CLYDE gut WD to steal a car for him, but the gang lost sight of him as he drove away. The car belonged to Dillard Darby. Undertaker and he and his friend. So FIA stone, a home demonstration agent had been visiting at their boarding house when the theft happened Dillard and so- FIA decided to take so fee as car and chase after WD who was driving away with Dillard's car, Bonnie and CLYDE. Notice them tailing WD and followed them when the barrow gang caught up with Sophia and Dillard CLYDE approached them hitting Dillard several times with the butt of his pistol and forcing him to get into their car, Bonnie got out of the car and cursed at the woman. Forcing her inside the car is well, Bonnie and CLYDE drove the hostages to Arkansas. They let them go under the condition that they would stay turned around until Bonnie and CLYDE were out of sight. CLYDE asked Dillard how much money they had and they didn't have much. So he gave them some to get by on Dillard and so- FIA broke their promise and turned around before Bonnie. CLYDE. We're out of sight. They immediately told the police, the license plate number. So FIA tried to say Bonnie, hit her and wounded her which most likely wasn't true. This was the first recorded public sighting of Bonnie and CLYDE since their escape from Joplin the barrow gang left town after that, but they couldn't find WD who is still riding around in the stolen car for a while. They all laid low for Bonnie and CLYDE that meant robbing convenience stores or shops in states. They hadn't been to lately, but they managed to stay out of trouble for a while when they met farmers who told them they'd seen the photos of them Bonnie was insistent that she didn't really smoke cigars. Bonnie always wanted to be ladylike and proper, and it wasn't proper for ladies to smoke cigars. She smoked cigarettes but was just fooling around with a cigar for the photos. It was crucial that they knew this about. Her and she would tell everyone. It's strange that she thought cigars would ruin her reputation. When she stood accused of robbery and murder, Bonnie had always wanted to be glamorous. She didn't like the way cigar smoking would look. She may have had a bad reputation, but it was her image. She had to uphold Bonnie and blanche acted as getaway drivers for the small robberies, CLYDE and buck would commit over the next few weeks on may eleventh nineteen, thirty three, the gang headed to Lucerne Indiana, and set their eyes on the Lucerne state Bank CLYDE and buck laid down on top of the volt and waited in the Bank overnight. When the banker came to work in the morning, they were going to surprise him. But the banker saw them first and shot at them Bonnie and blanche, followed the plan to a T coming in the getaway car, right? As they ran out of the Bank to escape the bullets. Some civilians try. Had to stop the car and old man threw a chunk of wood at the car and CLYDE gave Bonny a rifle Bonnie shot at the man, but missed Bonnie. Didn't like guns and tried not to use them whenever possible. She later said she missed the man on purpose. One week later, they headed to oak bene- Minnesota, where they robbed a Bank and made sixteen hundred dollars, which would be worth about thirty thousand today. Seven hundred dollars of that money was in silver dollars and Bonnie and CLYDE wanted to give the silver dollars to their family. According to blanche on mother's day nineteen, thirty three, Bonnie desperately wanted to go to Dallas to see her mother CLYDE thought it was a bad idea and they fought blanche says, Bonnie. Almost shot him over the idea of not letting her go considering Bonnie's commitment to CLYDE. It's unlikely she would have shot him, but her mother did mean the world to her in. Last episode, we talked about how Bonnie and her husband, ROY Thornton moved in with her mother after they were married as teens because she was so homesick without her Bonnie's fear of abandonment that came with losing her father at a young age may have given her anxiety about being away from her mother, Bonnie may have loved CLYDE more than anyone else in this world. But her mother was a close. Second. Finally, CLYDE allowed blanche to go to Dallas to get his and Bonnie's. Mother's blanche brought Bonnie's mother Emma to the meeting place, and Bonnie was thrilled on the trip to the meeting. Place blanche had told Emma about Bonnie and CLYDE exploits. Ama- took Bonnie aside and tried to convince her to leave CLYDE and turn herself into the police, but bunny wouldn't hear of it. Emma said it was inevitable that CLYDE would die. And Bonnie said that if that was the case, she wanted to die with him. By this point, Bonnie had many chances and reasons to leave CLYDE. He had gotten her arrested. He disappeared for months after she broke him out of jail, he could be abusive, but she's still stayed. Many studies have been done on toxic relationships and what kinds of people fall into them there, two kinds of adults who often find themselves in quick moving clingy relationships, those who are anxiously attached meaning they fear abandonment, and those who are high on attachment avoidance. Meaning those who shy away from emotional connection. I'm guessing Bonnie could be considered anxiously attached. That's right. Psychologists Lorne Campbell and terror. Marshall discovered that anxiously attached people are most vulnerable to toxic relationships because they tend to have low self esteem and are afraid of being abandoned their known to seek reassurance constant emotional support, and to become obsessed. With their partners. I think it's safe to say Bonnie was obsessed with CLYDE. I would say. So her love for CLYDE combined with her sensation seeking personality would have been more than enough to keep her in this life of crime. Ama- was obviously distraught by her daughter's decision, but she in Bonney enjoyed the rest of their short visit before Bonnie and CLYDE went back on their way. They also finally met up with WD after their long separation. We don't know what he did while he was away from the game, but we know that he joined back up with the barrow gang as soon as he could that's summer in nineteen thirty, three police in Iowa, Missouri and Texas formed a coalition to take down Bonnie and CLYDE. They didn't know about the group of interstate police who were working together to arrest them, but even so the summer of nineteen thirty three was a difficult one for them and their gang. On the night of June tenth nineteen. Thirty three in Wellington. Texas CLYDE was driving fast down a dark country road reaching speeds of seventy miles per hour. Bonnie was in the passenger seat and WD was in the back outside a farmhouse CLYDE crashed through a barricade and the car rolled several times. The farmhouse belong to the pictured family when the Pritchard's and their son-in-law Alonzo Cartwright saw what happened. They ran outside Bani was trapped inside the car. The car battery was smashed and acid poured out onto her right leg burning her badly. The Pritchard's helped pull Bonnie from the car and took them all inside. They tried to convince CLYDE to bring Bonnie to see a doctor, but CLYDE refused Alonzo Cartwright was suspicious of this and went to get the sheriff. The police showed up and went into the house where Bonnie was lying. Probably unconscious from severe acid burns CLYDE, got the jump on them pulled a gun and took them hostage. He shoved them into the back of the car. Then he carried Bonnie to the car and put her in the back seat as well. She had cuts on her face and arms and suffered from the burns. She was moaning in pain and probably still unconscious farther down the road, CLYDE tied the police up and set them on the side of the road, CLYDE and WD met back up with blanche and buck, and they rented a cabin to stay in for the night. CLYDE. Rarely wanted to spend money on proper lodging, but Bonnie was hurt too badly to sleep in the car by June fifteenth, nineteen. Thirty three, five days after the accident. Bonnie wasn't getting any better. CLYDE took the chance of getting a doctor. The doctor insisted bunny needed to go to a hospital, but CLYDE refused to take her. It was too dangerous. Showing up to a hospital would mean immediate imprisonment for the duo. The doctor prescribed Bonnie of arbiture at drug called Amital a depressant and sedative that helped Bonnie sleep through her pain between nineteen thirty and nineteen ninety barbiturates were listed as some. The most abused drugs in the US. Many celebrities throughout history have died from arbiture at overdoses, including Judy, Garland, Marilyn Monroe and Jimi Hendrix.

Bonnie CLYDE Dillard CLYDE CLYDE WD blanche Lucerne state Bank CLYDE Everley wells FIA Lee wells Joplin Bank Dillard Darby partner Dillard Xouli Bill
"bonnie" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"bonnie" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"Oh, and by the way throughout the movie, we get the sense that Bonnie and CLYDE never had an intimate relationship. We don't see that until the very end, but that's something historians have actually debated even though WD shared a room with them, they'd often send him off onto little errands so they could have some longtime after all their lovers. Going back to the movie were soon introduced to Clyde's brother buck. He's played by Gene Hackman in along with his wife style, Parsons character blanche. They join up with CLYDE Bonnie and CW to form what they refer to as the barrow gang. One of the first things they do after reuniting is take pictures. It's here that we see Warren Beatty's version of CLYDE barrow pose in front of a car with a Thompson machine gun or Tommy gun is commonly called then von. Any takes one in front of the car with a pistol in her hand and a cigar hanging out of her mouth. The time in place with his photos were taken was changed, but they are real photos. I'll make sure to add them to the based on a true story Facebook group. So you can see them if you want to shoot after snapping the photos in the movie client says they should take vacation at up to Missouri where the law isn't looking for them trying to lay low for a bit. The gang heads up to Joplin Missouri and things don't turn out to be very calm. When the cops show up the gang barely makes out of their live, although three cops get killed in the process that shootout really happened. What the movie doesn't really mention when we see gene Hackman's version of barbaric joins younger brother is what he was doing before this. He was in prison serving a sentence for robbery. Actually, he performed the robbery years earlier, but managed to escape from prison and save on the run from two years. Then both blanche and Kumi bucks, mother managed to convince him to turn himself in. So he could serve the. Meaning for years on his sentence and be done with crime. She wanted blanche that is to live a normal honest life. So that's what buck did. He turned himself over on December twenty seventh nineteen thirty one after spending one last Christmas with family almost as soon as he was sent back to prison blanche and Kumi started trying to get him out, not by escape, but the legal way through Pearl. And it worked one year two months and twenty four days after turning himself over buck was released. That would make it March twenty third nineteen thirty three and he was not released on parole, but pardoned. Blanche could finally have a happy life with buck without having to look over her shoulder upon hearing of his brother's release. It was CLYDE who went to visit his brother, not the other way around, like we see in the film and the scene of the reunion really wasn't like what we saw in the movie CLYDE, Bonnie, and W D Jones showed up at Blanche's parents house where Buchan planes were staying at about four A M Bonnie was drunk and went to bed almost immediately someone to go out on a limb and guess that's not what took the photos that we see in the movie. But it is true that it was here that clydes suggested of -cation of sorts. He'd always looked up to his big brother. So now that buck was out of prison. He wanted to spend some time with him a few days later. They started the tract Missouri while in Missouri they plan to stay for longer than usual pitstops after all, it was vacation family. They rented a spot for a month and the five enjoyed living together in one spot for a change. Well, it's not like blanche was on the run before this. So all of this really wasn't quite. Special to her. She probably wanted it to end if you remember she wanted to turn himself in. So when he got out, they could have an honest life could just been pardoned. Certainly. He would go right back to prison. If he were found with CLYDE, Bonnie W Jones three people wanted for too many crimes to count at this point. On the other hand, buck was trying to convince cli- to do exactly what he had done. Turn himself in due to time and come out on the other end clean this honest life with Bonnie could be a permanent thing in the movie. The shootout starts while the group is gathered in the living room of their place. Bonnie is reading something while CLYDE casually looks out the window to see a police car pulling into the driveway. He gives a warning that the laws are here blanche screams in the shootout begins the

CLYDE Bonnie buck blanche Clyde Gene Hackman CLYDE barrow Missouri Kumi bucks clydes Bonnie W Jones robbery WD Joplin Facebook Warren Beatty Parsons Tommy gun Buchan