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Fresh update on "bonnie" discussed on Masters in Business
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Catherine Sherlock On Moving From Overwhelmed To Empowered
"Nice Guy Community welcome back. So today we are focused on moving people from overwhelm to empowerment and to make the MAC side of your potential as a person and both as a leader as well. So Catherine Sherlock, she plays on the edge of human potential and focuses on elevating the leadership conversation and leadership from the inside out. So she operates in the realm where many are too afraid or too. Distracted to go elevating lives and leadership in the process I'm really excited to talk to her today. She comes through a source through through Michael Hand I think over at over it barefoot wine. So I'm excited to have you here Catherine welcome to the show. Thank you doug. It's great to be here. So how'd you get hooked up with that with that whole hand guy? Do you remember? you know I think it might have been through Lincoln actually. Wow that's terrific. We and now we kind of we have a good connection. So I really enjoyed talking to him. Michael's come on the show a couple of times and and he and his partner Bonnie Harvey. Of course, everybody knows them from some of the past episodes they started barefoot wines and and turned it into a a eight and a nine figure business and did a great job with that. So you come through a very high source. So Catherine appreciate appreciative that you were here today and thanks for being here and and talk in your topic and your Azzoni of genius today. Hang Stack. It's great to be here. So let's talk a little bit about one of the areas where I think that many entrepreneurs may not focus specifically on, but it's an area that I think that We are remiss if we don't spend some time on it and it's talking about the world of leadership. So can you share maybe before we get into the actual topic for the sake of our our entrepreneurs that are in our community? Can you share what your span on leadership is and how they got to be something that you became an expert in? Yeah, you know I I come come from probably an unusual path I was an environmental and sustainability. Consultant. And I did that for a long time and I have a master's in that area. and. You know. I do have a desire to change the world and impact the world and I guess that's why was in that career to start with. But yet I kept finding that it wasn't wasn't having the impact I, wanted to be having. I wasn't able to open up to conversations. I really wanted to be having and when things came to a point where I had to kind of shift in what it was in my career. I ended up turning conduct my personal life and what I had been doing in my personal life. And that mixed with some new areas like organizational development, which which I moved into as I was in sustainability consulting. Just just need. Gid from from clients. And I started to realize that you know a lot of our challenges start from the inside. And yet we so often focus on especially as leaders in business, we focus on solving them from the outside. And it's not your best leverage point. So before you take a deeper dive into outside versus inside, can you maybe just take a thirty thousand foot approach and maybe what some of the things that we're working on that are maybe Say Wrong and leadership because there's so many different styles of of of leader in types of leaders that are out there and they're so many different ways in which we can lead. But what are you saying is some of the common pitfalls within the realm of Leadership Today Well in leadership development. It's based on trade theory a lot, and that means that somebody goes out and maybe they do some research on some leaders or maybe they just come up with a list of sort of must have characteristics. And then they go in and they say, Hey, these are the must have characteristics i. mean you seen those articles all the time of the year that ten, the twenty the I saw one that was one, hundred and one. Hundred one must have characteristics leader. And I think it's so backwards to who we are and. What actually brings out our best selves our best leadership abilities. it's that trying to adopt something that makes us feel like impostors. Instead of. What I really think that we're. Were meant to do is really deepen into our own personal gifts. And then you connect to then you're not trying to inspire anybody then you're inspired yourself. And your teaching other people how to inspire themselves.
Fresh update on "bonnie" discussed on Balance of Power
"Think about what they're guests just said, is easy. You're right. It wasn't Howard. Reviewing that sector of the market, Bonnie Quinn tells like you think this movie is not a fish. It's just a little breather. Paul's Weenie where connect confidence come from given what's going on in the world Bloomberg markets. We came mornings at 10 Eastern on Bloomberg Radio. The Bloomberg business happened. Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg The world is listening. This is a Bloomberg money minute. Investors went looking for some bargains on Wall Street and found them in Tech shares that helped send the stock averages one and a third to one a quarter percent higher. The Dow rose 359, the NASDAQ 241, the S and P. 52. Still, the gains couldn't push the Dow and S and P out of their fourth straight weekly loss. Boeing shares took wing up almost 7% onward. The head of the FAA will pilot the 7 37 Max in a test flight next week. After the bell came word from Dow Jones of a shareholder lawsuit that accuses Boeing's former CEO and company directors of being too distracted by negative news reports about the crashes that prompted the plane's grounding to oversee management's response. Google is setting up some election rules. It'll stop election advertising after the polls close in November to limit fake messages about who won. And advertisers will have to wait at least two days for political ads to be approved in the run up to election day. Joan Doniger Bloomberg radio. high school was more of a social thing, but it was an academic thing. Even though all these years have passed, I still had that longing to have my mom at age 30 Carisa finished her high school diploma..
Berlin hospital: Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny's condition has improved, he can briefly leave bed
"Treating Russian opposition. Leader Alexei Navalny say his condition has improved. He's off the ventilator and able to leave his bed briefly at a hospital in Berlin, Putin has emerged or I'm sorry. Now Bonnie has emerged as Putin's Vladimir Putin's biggest opponent, and there's new information today concerning his poisoning. Joining US live W T O P. NATIONAL security correspondent J. J. Green J. J. Some new evidence has surfaced, leaving little doubt that the Russian government was behind the poisoning. Tell us exactly what this is, That's right. In publication called his Eat last week. They reported late in the week, and we've been looking into it since then, and talking with a number of sources in Europe and here as well. And there apparently, is something to it. What they said was Navalny was poisoned with a quote new variant of the chemical weapon. No, Me Chuck and that variant, they say it's something that was previously unknown to the rest of the world. It is said to be more vicious and more deadly than all known offshoots of the Nova Chuck family, which makes the decision of those pilots to land the plane that he got sick on before its scheduled arrival in Moscow. All the more important in saving his life when I does this point to Russia on Lee Global intelligence and sources have been telling us for decades that the Russian intelligence apparatus created this weapon back in the seventies and eighties. During the Cold War on Ly Russian intelligence services could have carried this out. This is what German intelligence is saying today that on ly Russian intelligence could have done this. With such a lethal and complex poison, they say, and they sight more details about this, saying this means that there's still producing it. There's still using it and it's still evolving, which is a very dangerous thing. Now. Today we understand that Vladimir Putin was put on the spot by French President Macron and asked about the situation. What did Putin have to say? Interesting. Putin did not address whether or not Russia did this or not. He was asked about Russia's involvement in this and he told my crone, we have nothing to say about it. That doesn't say we didn't do it. That doesn't mean we weren't involved. Somehow. That doesn't mean this didn't come from Russia. What he said was, we have nothing to say about it. And that is a very loud statement to the world. That is a lot more than what one might think is a denial. This is a very loud statement and folks are taking it that way. All right, J. J thanks,
Fresh update on "bonnie" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"Bloomberg Markets podcast with Paul Sweeney and Bonnie quit, But there's some sectors that you wanna have more less exposure to market selloff Blowing below will once again analysis of the day's Wall Street action. What's the thought on Apple here from Bloomberg Intelligence, Bloomberg opinion and influential newsmaker. Very, very disturbing, dynamic at work. Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney in Bunny Quinn subscribe today at Bloomberg radio dot com. The Bloomberg business APP for I believe that finding knowledgeable people who think about what they're guests just said, is easy. You're right. It wasn't having reviewing that sector of the market. Bonnie Quinn Sounds like you think this movie is not a finished. It's just a little breather. Paul's Weenie where connect confidence come from given what's going on in the world Bloomberg markets..
Fires raging near Sumner, south of Seattle
"The Sumner grade wildfire destroyed four homes while moving in a Bonny Lake late Tuesday. Hundreds of families forced to evacuate in a hurry. Almost calling Johnson with Mohr from around the region have arrived here to help there is a state mobilization, too. Control the fire, which has calmed down dramatically from yesterday, Gusty winds were driving flames across the hillside of Jason for 10. There have been no injuries to report as yet, but the air quality is pretty bad up here, creating a blanket of smoke across the Southern Valley and Reading West. I'm now up in Bonnie Lake and just met the question family as they were packing up to head south cats. You're tryingto, you know, containing the car and Children and you're like, you know what are the most important things that I feel like? I need to just shove in my car. Alison told me they spent the last two nights in their car in the Fred Meyer parking lot. Oh, the level three evacuation order. Still, in effect. They're gonna have the ground his house and just pray. They're home is still here when they get back.
Brexit: Boris Johnson to override EU withdrawal agreement
"British Prime Minister Boris Johnson attempted to talk tough on Sunday ahead of a crucial round of post brexit trade talks with the European Union. Saying Britain could walk away from the talks within weeks and insisting a no deal exit would be a good outcome for the UK. With talks deadlocked Johnson said an agreement would only be possible if EU negotiators prepared to rethink their current positions, the intern accuses Britain of failing to negotiate. Seriously Britain left the now twenty-seven nation e you on January thirty first three and a half years after the country narrowly voted to end more than four decades of membership that political departure will be followed by an economic break. When an eleven month transition period ends on December thirty first and the UK leaves the e You Single Market and customs union. Without a deal, the new year will bring tariffs and other economic barriers between the UK and the block its biggest trading partner. Johnson said the country would prosper mightily even if Britain had a trading arrangement with the EU like Australia's you governments preferred description of annot deal brexit British Chief Negotiator David, Frost, and his counterpart Michele Bonnie a a Jew to meet in London on Tuesday for the eighth round of negotiations. Britain accuses the block of making demands. It has not imposed on other countries. It has free trade deals with such as Canada without to deal British freight firms warned, they could be logjams at ports and supplies of key in Britain could be severely disrupted starting. January first.
Why Gianna Nino-Tapias Embodies Labor Rights
"Yana. Nino thought BS planned to spend the summer before her first year at Stanford Medical School doing contact tracing working retail. But when her job search a dead end, she went back to seasonal fruit picking work. She's been doing since she was fourteen. At the end of one long day she tweeted about farm workers like her being paid seven dollars for two gallons of blueberries. She then asked how much do you pay for your blue various? I had talked to her I did and learn so much about her path to medicine as a first gen college student indigenous rights farm worker's Rights on. We'll consumers need to know about the people who make their food possible. Jeddah. Where are you right now? I'm Linden from California Palo Alto our new you're back at school ivax going out here. I always remember those summers during college going home in it's. It's so strange because you have all this independence when you're at school and then you come home and your parents. Treat, you like you're still in high school, right? Right and every time I go home. It's just there's just a large expectation fairly for my mom is my own expectation that I should be like helping my mom in linked doing some chores and like lightening her load guy at school it's like you're right like complete freedom I do whatever I want whenever I want. Do you perceive your mom to have a heavy load Yeah absolutely. I think she's our only period and. I think that you know we go to work and she has to come home and make them some meals for everyone. There's five of us and she kind of like cleaned for Yooglie of she loves house being cleaned. So I help out with all those things whenever I can. To Lot Yeah You're born you're born in Eastern, Oregon, you grew up in eastern Washington state. Told me about where you grew up. So Eastern. Washington is very different from Seattle. I think that's why. Like columnists conception that I. Get is that the thing it's just like satellite super rainy it's actually not. So eastern Washington Eastern Oregon both desert in the rain shadow of. E mountain range. So we get like very little rain, it's very conservative. There's very little diversity out there I think the main communities of color that live out there my farmer communities in the needle in communities I think it was a great place ago by the you grow up because it is so rural. There's so much nature around there so much like the outdoor activities to do Saigo peron alarm really enjoyed around a lot of fields. So my working in the field I love Eastern Oregon eastern Washington I would love to go back someday is that the plan to go back? Yeah. Absolutely. How old were you when you started working in the fields? I was fourteen years old. What was your first day of work like? I. Think I was super excited for my first year. We're ten years ago. And they all super excited because I would get to contribute. Tie Household I, think the causes for me was like, okay I can use this money to go to my mom to make your life easier and then she would let me keep some of it so that I could spend it on what I wanted to nature's like take my siblings than I on a shopping spree for for school. So he went to buy school supplies in. We were very excited like Bonnie backpacks unlike brand name markers and stuff like that. I have three younger siblings. So they were all little and they were excited because we had never done that like I think I'll. Getting. The bare minimum that we need for school and now it's finally like being I was able to get them whatever they wanted. Is there a story from childhood that captures who you were as a kid. I think one story though remembering like me, my mom and my sister was. Going to do this activity called Battle of the books where there's a selection link. Eight books that read it's handling a quiz bowl style where you just like recall parts of the book and I've always loved reading and so we were remembering that I read all the books like my sister was on my team even though she was two years younger than me in the elementary school and she was like, yeah, you just carry the team and you like because remembered everything and I think that that was super emblematic of just who I was of like my love for reading my. Or. Competitive data. Just like a real enjoyment for school and like why The promise of my mom always wanted to go to school didn't get the chance to and so. She was always telling me and my siblings like, Oh, you go to school a you do all in school. It's GonNa take you to a Lotta places in. So I guess those just carry me through life
British fishing industry at risk due to Brexit and Covid 'double whammy'
"It's said to be a difficult autumn for the UK Trying to deal with the pandemic and reviving the economy is the Brexit deadline looms. Michelle Bonnie and David's Frost continue talks over a trade deal next week. But the blame game risks drowning out any space for agreement. Well, joining us he's Bloomberg Brexit editor Edward Evans, Ed Way feels like we've been here before. Many, many times. If I talk about the 11th hour that both sides are accusing each other of intransigence, belligerence, all kinds of things hopes of the deal. Are they just really fading into the distance now? I would separate the fears from the actual underlying state. The negotiation as they say right would certainly being here before, but there is a very real sense of pessimism among the negotiators, and that's really Down to the simple back. The time is running out. They need to get a deal agreed by about mid October. If they're to implement it. By the end of the transition period on December 35, there's being remarkably little, frankly, no progress. From the major bones of contention to build a really big dick points here are over the level playing field. This is the British demand that it be free to be able to subsidize industries that it wishes to after Brexit something that you Jews threatens the integrity of the single market on this is a very, very fundamental Disagreement on fishing where you want to continue the status quo. Where under the single official policy looking boat out fish in British waters now wouldn't want government is that I want to take back control over its waters after leaving and that means I have no negotiation special negotiations of several years. It's fishing is to some extent solvable. You can see Barney put forward place, often the use position on that side of the big obstacle, and it really is a fundamental difference. Disagreement. Is over state if they're going to break that one side or other has given that really looked to be biased on British put out in the next few days, weeks their proposals with British regime after breaks it on now, that might be the moment. Relation or it might be the moment where you going? Proposal is unacceptable to Europe, and that's the moment where these talks break down, so it's very, very evenly balanced right now. Interesting. I do feel like tearing my hair out Those certainly when it comes to the fishery side of things, I mean the state aid point I can understand because it's the Europeans say that it is fundamental to the structure of Europe. But fishing. I do not understand why fishing rights have caused this amount of trouble. There are currently ous faras I can make out from government figures. 12,000 fishermen active in the UK almost 2.5 1000 of those are part time fish, API fishermen, fishermen and women, Fisher people if you will. I just don't get why this issue. I understand where a maritime nation and our coasts and regions are important. But why has this become a sticking point on, for example, services and financial services of it basically ignored Two things. I think it's totemic to both sides. Don't forget fishing was a big issue but join the single market birthplace on some in the industry argue that they were thrown under the bus, essentially so that London financial Services could get access to the European single market Equally for the French and the Dutch. You know, this is some of the best fishing waters in Europe that they want to can't go on catching And there are very riel on economic hardships in prospect if they can not go on doing that. So there's a political domestic political imperative on French, in particular to press this issue on on the British as well, because this is an industry that has shrunk of those part time fisherman 30. Lot of that is to do with the closures on how they've been allocated. He sold them, But this is what I have seen enormous trick it over over the time. And this was an industry that very strongly backed Brexit so you can see why it is it is very small, economically politically assumes much greater importance. But that said Do not underestimate the possibility here off a deal because you know it is But you could see Bonnie has accepted said that you initial demands on this wor maximalist eye. They were going to far on dearest escape here to come to the wedding but are not talking about excluding Frank fishermen or U boats from British waters but allowing them access of bi annual negotiations or multiyear negotiations. So you can see how a compromise could be reached. That just what they got to get that
"bonnie" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
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"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.
"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.
2 People Found Dead in SUV Submerged in Boston Harbor
"Have been pulled from the waters in Boston just off Black Falcon Pierce a police in Boston fire blocking off a section of black Falcon Pierre for much of Friday afternoon. Investigating a report of a car into the water. Just before four o'clock, a white SUV was pulled from the Boston Harbor. It's upsetting for hours, the state police dive team was searching the water. Sources tell the W B Z I T to Bonnie's were pulled from the water. It's unclear how long the car was in the water. State Police are still investigating. And at this point they're not releasing the names of the victims, and that s W. B Z TV's Michael Across. Also tonight, the FBI
Impact of Biden's Choice of Kamala Harris as Running Mate
"Just dividing Picking California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. Let's get the what this might mean for the Democrats as they head into November for the election. Marty Shankar, chief content officer for Bloomberg News, joins US Marty. Thanks so much for joining us here. What's your initial takeaway of Kamala Harris as Joe Biden's running mate? Well, I think you know, and it's been spoken about all morning and yesterday afternoon. It's a historic pick. She is the first Whom the person of color to be on a major ticket advice. Presidential candidate and you know, it solidifies what some Think was a somewhat of a vulnerability for Joe Biden. That's with the with the black voters. And I think that you know it was an excellent choice. Well, Marty, you say that. But will there be any pushback from black voters given her record on criminal justice reform and as a prosecutor Yeah, You know, I think that's been a problem for her. If this came out Bloomberg another George stories about her role in as attorney general in California. Oh, and as a district attorney in San Francisco. She has Been criticized for being Dick really aggressive in her prosecutions and resisting remuneration for those wrongly prosecuted, But that was you know, decades ago. Um, I think that you know, it will be a line that GOP uses against her and they've already started. Um, but I think her attributes will probably be able to overcome those What do you think This means? This ticket here the way this potential campaign may unfold in the next couple of months means for financial markets here. Well, you know, I think the important thing you know no one's really talking about it. But Pamela Harris and Joe Biden. Their policies really are dependent on what happens in the Senate if the Senate remains in Republican hands. They're going to have a really hard time getting any of their policies through so I think the focus really needs to be on those important Senate races, their number of them That were supposedly safe for Republicans who are now in tossup territory. And I think place like main on Arizona. So you I think that that's really going to be a pivotal thing for markets. But I do think that if you didn't see it the other day, Ed in the former editor in chief of Barons wrote a piece in The Wall Street Journal saying that Biden presidency is going to be great for markets. Yeah, absolutely. And I think you know, market participants are already saying that we had marked as Reon yesterday. Who, you know, obviously. Is it a financier, too? The Biden campaign and so he obviously was very pleased with the comma Harris choice to It would have been his choice. Marty, what happens between now and November in the sense that Joe Biden can be a little bit unpredictable? Is there a way that he could throw this? Well, you know, when people asked the what my thoughts are on the election coming up by continually say it's Joe Biden's to lose. And there is and I think the debates coming up the three debates and the debate the vice presidential debate this just one could have A really important role in how this election place out. So yes, Bonnie. It's quite possible that Joe Biden could say something or perform. Poorly and that may have a real impact on the race, which, despite the polls, I believe is pretty close. Marty, How do you think these candidates for the president and Vice President Biden How will they campaign over the next several months is it just could be a serious of television interviews and things like that? Yes, And I think you know, like today they will do a a century a small audience of participants so she'll be distant with I'm sure with mass And that's the way it's going to be until November. I mean, Donald Trump certainly would like to make it a more on the GOP side. Would liketo have his huge rallies, But I don't think that's gonna happen, so it's going to be as usual and unprecedented campaign. Virtual events on on video and that actually made Plato Bidens and ban it because he's much better in Hello. Prompted characters rather than life. Yeah, Marty, what makes you say that? You think it's closer than the polls suggest right now? What votes? Is the pole missing? Well, you know, we did a story about a theory that when potential voters are speaking to Pollsters. They may say that they are voting for the Democrat when in fact they are going to vote for Trump. I think that the There is this phenomenon and people just not willing to tell what they're That they support Donald Trump to pollsters. So I do think that there's that element of undercounting Trump's support. Fascinating. It's going to be just amazing. Several months. It feels like every presidential election in the United States brings up some new constitutional challenges and debates and difficulties, and this one's going to be no different. Marty Shankar's chief content officer here Bloomberg News. And of
Retired Holyoke Soldiers’ Home leader Paul Barabani testifies before Congress, calling for more federal aid to support vets’ homes amid pandemic
"Of the soldiers home in Holyoke, calling for greater federal oversight of state veterans homes. At least 76 veterans died. And Holyoke from Covert. 19 retired Massachusetts Army National Guard Colonel Paul Barrow. Bonnie telling a House Veterans affairs subcommittee that a lack of state support at the Holyoke home has long been an issue for veterans in Western Mass. When asked what he would have liked to have done differently regarding the soldiers, So, Massachusetts governor Baker said. The Pearlstein report made it clear that his administration's department of veteran services did not properly oversee the superintendent. For the long term care facility, it responded. That one's on us, The independent report found an ousted superintendent Bennett Walls, was not qualified to run a long term care facility. Rabbani represents the Holy Oak Soldiers Home Coalition, which is pushing for more funding and staffing there and construction off a new home in New Hampshire.
Malawi to go to polls again, after first election nullified
"They Connie is struggling it's actually shrinking in Malawi food shortages and hunger had been serious challenges before the corona virus cover nineteen only major challenges in southern Africa harder so when Malawians go to the polls this week to elect a new president all of this will be on their minds the world's only make a Condi has our story for millions of Malawians planning to vote for president tomorrow there's a sense of deja vu that's because the country just had a presidential election last year in may the incumbent president Peter Mutharika narrowly won with thirty eight percent of the vote he's been in office since two thousand fourteen international election monitors said it was a free fair and democratic contest but many Malawians didn't feel that way demonstrators across the country Hughes president of stealing the election the runner up opposition candidate Lazarus Chakwera did too so he took the issue to court to dollar packaging was too late is the president of the women lawyers association of Malawi she said the law is constitutional court noted several irregularities in the first election they are very good at it he's running strong the use of different parishes may require internal errors with the use of two banks was the right thing the two picks that she's referring to here was a white correctional fluid used on ballots apparently electoral officers used it to correct the so called voting errors this was only one issue that led to allow this court to take an unprecedented step in February they nullified the results of last year's election record even stays late ninety five elections because they leave plus the regular entities that affected the will of the people not brings us to Tuesday's vote once again the incumbent president with the recount is running against Lazarus to Cora a former pastor Bonnie faster Lani is a political scientist at the university of Malawi he says most Malawians are happy to have the chance to vote again they call me certainly it is very bad right state tourney recently published a poll finding that eighty five percent of Malawians feel their country's headed in the wrong direction under president with the Rica check where a is running on a message of change he says he wants to turn the country around improve the lives of poor people and fight corruption check where spoke about his platform during the weapon are on Friday so we have come up with an approach that says let the farmers out there get out of abject poverty to quit Aurora is promising to help farmers and create new jobs and despite the pandemic his campaign has attracted big crowds of supporters on the other side president Vikas campaign efforts have been relatively quiet another recent poll predicted check where I could beat with every guy in this election that sounds good to G. M. T. ECA she's a party vendor and the capital of the long way whose business has been hurting badly antica says she hopes this election it will be a turning point for Malawi I think tomorrow the government is changing in but I would I would be very happy for that if not doesn't happen Bonnie foster Lani says he worries that Chakwera supporters might say the election was rigged again and even if he does win Duong he says turning around the economy won't be easy that's not to forget the coronavirus the electoral commission has said it will put out hand washing stations and enforce social distancing at polling places the election results for the presidential vote and allow we are expected later this week
TikTok Teens Tank Trump Rally in Tulsa, They Say
"Let's bring in our next guest. Now we're going to be a fascinating conversation with Jim Anderson, who was CEO of social flow and and full disclosure of social Faux is a platform that is used by Bloomberg for Social Media purposes used by many, many companies. Jim. Welcome. We brought you on because you want to talk to you a little bit about what happened at that also rally over the weekend and how k pop Zoomer is on DH. Those who stand with them If you like managed to reserve tickets for this rally, And then of course, they didn't turn up. They weren't interested doing that. They this How did it work to talk to us about Tic tac and the power ofthe sort of amplification? Yeah. Bonnie. Thanks for having me This is this is a great story in terms of just illustrating the power of viral distribution on social networks, right? I mean, it's not a new concept. Facebook's would have been around for more than a decade, Twitter and others. And so what we saw is Tic Tac, which is an application typically used for like dance videos. Being harnessed in a really new in different way. But the same algorithms that power those games video make him show up in your feet also powered the teenage activist efforts and, interestingly, they're disappearing messages right. One of the things about pickpockets, messages disappear after some period of time. Not only did their parents not know what was going on because parents I have a teenage daughter is awfully difficult to know what's going on with major, but the messages themselves disappeared. So it sort of teenage tradecraft at work in an essential media world. So chip. Do we have hard data that shows that this is what really happened that there was, in fact, I guess, quote unquote bogus request for tickets that were never Fulfilled or picked up. Well, we don't and there's really no way for us to know I can. I can bet you that the campaign Trump campaign has that data, but it's certainly not going to be in their interest to sort of give this story any oxygen in to admit that that happened. And I didn't want to make one really important point because this issue office gets deflated. The activities of the teenagers didn't keep people from showing up to the rally. I think the fact that we're in the midst of a global pandemic The rally was in Tulsa, Oklahoma. That population of 400,000. You know, you're asking to fill an 18 or 19,000 feet Arena plus 40,000 seats of overflow of amount nor stage. I think what they did, though, is they created the expectation. Oh, my goodness, This thing is out of control. The campaign wanted to believe that there was sort of giant pent up demand. So then they started talking about it. They wanted to believe it was true. And then they got set up for a big giant sort of deflation of expectations. That's what the manager exactly So on the one hand, it was a little bit of hubris. They were boasting about how many people are coming. They were creating outdoor overflow spaces. On the other hand, there was complacency. They didn't sort of in cold arms. The base which may have been a good thing given, the Corona virus has definitely not gone away. What's the power that you know? Ah, group of fans like K pop fans and Zuma is and so on, can leverage on Tic tac. Beyond Thiss is there Is there something a little more political in terms of getting out the vote or in terms of, you know? Convincing people to participate in democracy more Yeah, I think they're definitely are a lot of things and many people are excited that Wow, this is sort of the tip of a much larger sphere as uh, Teenagers. Come of age come a voting age. Specifically, I saw statistic this morning that one of 10 eligible voters Will be Gien Z on the upcoming presidential election. So you know they're They're starting to find their voice and I'll go back to these algorithms. I mean, it sounds varies with Becky and not very accessible to talk about algorithms, but largely algorithms or a political right. They taken spread content. On left, right middle up down that they generally are not political line up. People. Criticism of them are significant and they feel like their side is being discriminated against. But if the teenagers are excited, are spreading it and are paying attention. The algorithms noticed that and then they contribute to that, and I sent viral distribution. Of of content is and that's exactly what I'm talking about. So, Jim. I know the Tic Tac is a Chinese company. I can imagine the Trump administration. The Trump campaign knows this is well should we expect a torrent of tweets coming out of President Trump, saying that Chinese China's interfering with the election of the campaign? So I would always hesitate to predict what the president's going to do on Twitter for all the obvious surfaces, right, But I will say that there was bound to be really uncomfortable conversations and probably uncomfortable Sunday picked on When you're owned by a Chinese company. They've gone to great effort, including hiring a very senior executive from Disney to try to build their brand as not a Chinese own brand. That's probably the last thing they want to say. And to be clear. Tic Tic Tac really had nothing to do with this. From a company standpoint, they just provided the platform. The K pop users or other teenagers provided the excitement and the energy and they used the platform. In some ways as a platform was designed to be used, which is distributing viral videos. But in other ways, you know, I'm sort of the youth cases in and around politics is certainly not what likely had in mind.
Celebrating the life of singer Bonnie Pointer
"Well I was very happy that one of the I guess I think it was only GMAT and may I guess CBS did too but they did celebrate you know the life of you know Bonnie pointer because I was like cool of the morning I'm always it's like litmus tests are people going to acknowledge you know that we lost somebody because all my gosh I was I played have almost the same last name Alexis so loud I wonder what my neighbors that but here here's said you may we are celebrating the life of singer Bonnie pointer one of the founding members of the pointer sisters she got her start singing with her sisters and their fathers Oakland California church Bonnie co wrote the song fairytale which won them a Grammy for best country group the pointer sisters the first African American group to ever perform at the grand Ole Opry she recorded five albums with her sisters before starting a solo career recording this hit heaven must have sent the way sadness finalidade was tweeting overnight your contributions contribution to music was extraordinary you and your sisters who brought me much joy amen to that and even the Brainerd other pointer sisters said if it hadn't been for Bonnie there would've been any pointer sisters she's the one who did what and I did not know that about that they won a Grammy for fairy tales and they were the first black who grew up to be at the grand old Opry that's pretty impressive
The Mystery Of The Clutter Family Murders
"Most people in Finney County, Kansas New the as well. They were model citizens highly respected and beloved members of their community. And their sparkling reputation with something that the family patriarch herb clutter had fostered within his own life from the very beginning. Throughout his childhood and teenage years, herb was known as a good natured, young man who is intelligent and ambitious to boot qualities that got him far and small Kansas town. He attended college in the early nineteen. Thirty's a time when few people could pursue higher education and thrived. He was a talented student in the Agriculture Department and well liked by his peers, but his life had high note when he met his classmates younger sister Bonnie Fox. Hey Mom wanted me to drop. Oh. You're not my brother. You must be Fox's sister. I'm his friend. Herb Herb Clutter Bonnie my brother mentioned you briefly, but I think we may have met before. We've met your a methodist. Aren't you owe a church? I think I have seen you there, Hey! Maybe next week we should sit together. Talk about the sermon. You know what I think I'd like that. After some initial awkwardness Herbin Bonnie hit it off quite well. Both were devout methodists, and their shared values brought them together. They dated for a short time before herb proposed the couple married in nineteen, thirty four. Was Twenty three and Bonnie was twenty years old when her had graduated college, the couple moved to Garden City, Kansas there. Her began work as the assistant to finish county's agricultural agents where he educated farmers on the latest advancements in culture, and because he proved himself a quick study, he earned a promotion from Assistant to agent. After just seven months on the job, things were once again looking up for her clutter. As he lay down roots in Garden City. He made friends wherever he went. His new community found him in Bonnie incredibly likeable, and the clutter became mainstays in many local social clubs, yeah. His thriving personal life and successful career herb wanted more. He'd always dreamed of owning his own land and starting a farm where he could truly provide for his growing family.
Bonnie Pointer, early member of Pointer Sisters, dies at 69
"Let's talk about Bonnie pointer this is sad she passed away and from everything I have read she was really the creative force behind the pointer sisters wasn't yeah she was the one that started everything back in nineteen sixty nine she started the group with her sister June they were I I do they were called pointers a pair and then a couple years after that I need a in Ruth join them and they became the pointer sisters they had other first hit together yes we can can and it was Bonnie pointer that saying the lead on all of the early hits she died yesterday of cardiac arrest according to her publicist act and she went out on our own in nineteen seventy eight this was before songs like automatic in neutron dance and I'm so excited and jump for my love the group went on and had their biggest hits after she had left the group but the surviving sisters there are only two of them left now say that if it wasn't for Bonnie there never would have been a pointer
Bonnie Pointer, founding member of the Pointer Sisters, has died at age 69
"Ago Bonnie pointer she was sixty nine years old her sister Anita told TMZ that she had passed away no cause of death has been listed she was an original member the pointer sisters meant she left she had her own music or in the mid nineteen seventies but it's seventy five they won a Grammy for fairytale and she's best known for seven eight solo song which is heaven must have sent use body right and it was actually Bonnie pointer got them together and said let's do this they were singing in church together well I need to make a go of
As business trickles back, hotels compete on cleanliness
"The a never current founding mind protests member which of a hotel popular about racial Grammy will offer inequality winning the best group price has are some died of a reminder the nation's large that past chains promises of are economic now competing opportunity over hygiene for African Americans one point that Hilton two weren't has died it another changed big her publicist after chains similar said are she clashes changing died of cardiac their in focus the sixties arrest to get in Los customers the nineties Angeles back and Anita hotels Ferguson pointer are making Missouri says visible if it wasn't into ID for changes fourteen Bonnie in the we wake never of the pandemic would we've have heard seen US of the pointer with cities sisters clerks set ablaze wearing masks Persib over says the decades pre it was packaged Bonnie and yet who studies breakfasts after leaving show black high instead school Americans of wanted phase to leave continue off from and to singing be disproportionately signs in church that promote and cleaners go pro left with like their behind sisters ready clean African it two red of whom Americans roof were inn already earn and married Hilton's only sixty and even clean had two kids cents stay at the for time every with dollar Lysol the gamble earned paid off by U. a S. the white group hotels went person on to are record still black mostly hits wealth like empty yes is we can just can ten occupancy cents I'm so excited was to just every jump thirty dollar seven and percent slow of white hand wealth at the end and Bonnie of may blacks pointer are it's was no a drop sixty more likely of nine forty to three own a percent home I'm now Oscar from in the twenty same wells Gabriel time twenty last then year in the early but with seventies some destinations professor starting Cecilia to open rouse up at and Princeton leisure travel says this on year the rise brings a perfect hotels storm are using inequality cleaning standards mixing as with a covert way to bring nineteen back tourists which is put and more possibly African get Americans a leg up on out Airbnb of jobs as service which workers isn't were standardized forced them to go to I'm work Jackie in front Quinn line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington
Behind virus and protests: A chronic US economic racial gap
"The a current founding protests member of a popular about racial Grammy inequality winning group has are died a reminder that past promises of economic opportunity for African Americans one point that two weren't has died it changed her publicist after similar said she clashes died of cardiac in the sixties arrest in Los the nineties Angeles and Anita Ferguson pointer Missouri says if it wasn't into ID for fourteen Bonnie we never would we've have heard seen US of the pointer cities sisters set ablaze Persib over says the decades it was Bonnie and yet who studies after leaving show black high school Americans wanted to leave continue off from to singing be disproportionately in church and go pro left with their behind sisters African two of whom Americans were already earn married only sixty and even had two kids cents at the for time every dollar the gamble earned paid off by a the white group went person on to record black hits wealth like yes is we can just can ten cents I'm so excited to every jump dollar and slow of white hand wealth and Bonnie blacks pointer are was no sixty more likely nine to own a home I'm now Oscar in twenty wells Gabriel twenty then in the early seventies professor Cecilia rouse at Princeton says this year brings a perfect storm inequality mixing with covert nineteen which is put more African Americans out of jobs as service workers were forced them to go to work in front line professions while being more susceptible to the virus Jackie Quinn Washington
Bonnie Pointer, early member of Pointer Sisters, dies at 69
"A founding member of a popular Grammy winning group has died one point two has died her publicist said she died of cardiac arrest in Los Angeles Anita pointer says if it wasn't for Bonnie we never would have heard of the pointer sisters Persib says it was Bonnie who after leaving high school wanted to leave off from singing in church and go pro with their sisters two of whom were already married and even had kids at the time the gamble paid off the group went on to record hits like yes we can can I'm so excited jump and slow hand Bonnie pointer was sixty nine I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"bonnie" Discussed on Parcast Presents
"Due to the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen on a cold fall day in seventeen twenty two pirates stood trial in Jamaica. Their prognosis wasn't good. They were the last two pirates on their captured vessel to stand trial and had already watched all their sloop. Mates hang sure enough. The judge showed these last two pirates. No mercy he handed down a guilty verdict and a death sentence he asked if the two pirates had anything to say in their own defense. It's pretty safe to say. He got a lot more than he was expecting. When the two young pirates revealed that they were both women and that they were both pregnant. These two masters of disguise or mistresses as the case may be were our very own and Bonnie and her faithful best friend and partner. Mary read picture a murderer. A gangster a thief. Did.
"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..
"bonnie" Discussed on Longform Podcast
"From I respect of compounds Aaron how you doing one to ten this week five. Wow all right. So five upgrade from last week's four point five. That's good news man. I'm I'm glad to hear who is on the show this week this week. I talked to bodied soy. Who is an old friend of mine? She is a longtime freelancer travel writer. She has had adventures and written about them. All of the world She wrote a book about chinatowns around the world. She has a new book out now which is called why we swim. It's a really beautiful book. It's a great book to get lost in at this particular time and speaking of this particular time this was actually recorded in the before times way back in mid December so pre corona virus. So don't be surprised that you don't find any reference to our current state of affairs in this podcast so like fifteen years ago. We don't know how long it's been that we've been sitting here. I feel like we should also just mentioned for people. You have a terrible cough in this episode and that might be unnerving to hear but Evans fine you guys Evans totally also not relevant to crow virus. My my December mid December cough. If if you're looking to Leave postcards and time like Evans December cough do with an email newsletter from the good people at Mail Chimp? Their generosity helped make this show possible. Pay It back to them. You probably are going to have an email newsletter anyway so why not make it a male chimp newsletter? Now here's Evan with Bonnie toy hello.
"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" 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..
"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" Discussed on Ghostly
"Starts February Twenty Eighth Twenty twenty two thousand twenty lear so February has a twenty nine day. We don't tair posts on that day because as you know leap day is the sports once quadrennial laundry day it gets messy anyhow frigate week season three February twenty eight Elizabeth will be there to Okay so there's a lot of history for Bonnie and Clyde and Dan I mean we usually only talk about one person so there's at least double bad right. 'cause there's two people right plus like a whole gang there is the Barrow Gang. Yeah or I refer to them as the Bonnie and Clyde gang because I don't really like to refer to it doesn't feel right to call Clyde Barrow I dunno makes makes him cooler. No I don't know what it is. It's just sex feeling that's a feeling for me okay so as always. I'm going to do my best but this inasmuch chronological logical order as I possibly can stories that I've read about them They don't put it in chronological order so it makes it really difficult. I I like to actually know step by step by step. No previewing for you know definitely not only not so Because Clyde is is older. We're going to start with all right. I know everybody's here for for Bonnie. I mean that's people love buying. That's true they did so clydes full. Name was Clyde champion Barrow Champion. That's a nice middle name. Come up later is it okay He was born born on March. Twenty fourth nineteen o nine. So what I thought would be interesting is to have rebecca read their characteristics of their Zodiac. Sign sure so march twenty four th means aries. Okay so look this up on the COSMO. UK website. They just did Some stuff last year and I liked the way they do it because they kind of do like the good and the bad so aries So this group likes winning getting attention and being on top which kinda sounds like Clyde Barrows Yup and then some adjectives Courageous and it says read reckless definitely reckless. Yeah competitive read insecure okay. Honest read tactless driven read a pressurized generous read. Overbearing and energetic read exhausting. Wow Oh wow so a lot of those really ring true for for good old. Clyde I think so He was born into what was considered a very poor family. In Ellis County Texas Texas which is South East of Dallas. He was the fifth of seven children. So there's a lot of children's family in the nineteen twenties. His family moved to Dallas. Actually they were pushed out But you know moving to Dallas. Sounds like the family was doing a little bit better with money. But in fact just the opposite they moved to the slums or the projects of West Allis. They were so poor that you're supposed to say how poor they were so poor that when they moved they lived under their wagon until they could save enough money money to buy a tent. A tent was moving up. Yeah that was a step up. That was their dreams. Yeah so Clyde was first arrested in nineteen twenty six at age the seventeen because he ran from the police when they came to talk to him about rental car that he brought Backley. You know I don't really think about title rental cars in Nineteen Twenty six but less people owned cars than they do today. So you'd rent a car. Yeah I mean I just send Mike Imagining you know like like Hertz or something or national enterprise so then he got arrested with his brother brother Buck Buck is gonNA come up a lot in this for possession. Yeah but possession of stolen Turkeys. Oh Okay you always think of drugs but no it was possession of stolen Turkeys. This was a pattern that he continued. he was also cracking safes robbing stores wars and stealing cars. Okay he just did everything bad just to make a buck now that brings us to Bonnie. Bonnie Elizabeth is a bit Parker. Her Zodiac sign is libra. She was born on October first. Nineteen ten. Yeah so libra Z- I thought this was interesting. Adding Liberals and air signed whereas aries is a fire sign So libra air signs are cool calculating cerebral and charming r-maine. I thought that charming was very appropriate for her They possess a natural surface cleverness swift. Humor that make them fantastic company company so descriptive words diplomat a diplomatic read shape shifter. She you're going to talk about her but she was amazing getting herself out of things Great Listener read gossip. Queen Fairness read entitled Idealist List. Read indecisive and loves beautiful. Things read shallow which I'm going to be honest from what I've heard about. Bonnie is like perfect Ber- Bert Yeah and then The hot tip that they had in their the hot tip for hot woohoo for libra. Yes is aries. He's perfect for each other areas. Challenges amuses stimulates libra and can keep up on the romance and Passion Front. Wow Oh so. It's kind of perfect. So Bonnie was born in Rowena Texas. She was the middle of three children. Her a father died when she was four years old. Her mother packed up the family and move them back to their parents home in Dallas in a suburb named cement city because it was an industrial neighborhood. Slant city does not sound like a great place to live definitely. Not when I was this close to where Clyde was living a May was Dallas. I guess it was Dallas so it wasn't really. I didn't look it up on a map but I would imagine. It wasn't that far in her second year of Highschool Bonnie met Roy Thornton they dropped out of school and were married on September. Twenty Fifth Nine Thousand Nine Hundred Twenty six. This is not where I thought this story was going. I didn't yeah no that she was married prior. Yeah now if you do the math. They got married six days before her sixteenth birthday You know Bonnie definitely was that kind of person that would fall in love and drop everything for that person. Yup so Roy. It was frequently absent from their marriage though and he got into a lot of trouble with the law so their marriage was short lived in fact their paths never ever crossed again after they split in January of nineteen twenty nine. Did they stay married. They did stay married okay. They never they never got officially divorced but they never saw each other chat okay Bonnie returned to live with her mother she became a waitress Beatrice in Dallas and one of her regulars was a man by the name of Ted Hinton Remember that name okay. So Bonnie did did have a diary when she was eighteen and she wrote of her loneliness her impatience with life in Dallas and her love of taking pictures so she she definitely was in artistic soul to absolutely now. We're GONNA talk about when Bonnie met Clyde. ooh So there's a couple of accounts of when binding met Clyde This is the most credible though. It is sad that they met on January Fifth Nineteen nineteen thirty at a home of one of Clyde's friends by the name of Clarence Clay at one. Oh Five Herbert Street. In West Dallas Clyde was twenty and Bonnie was nineteen. Bonnie was out of work at that time and she was living with a friend of hers because her friend had broken in her arm not broke. Bonnie's arm she broke her own. Our own get clarification. Yeah Clyde stopped by the girl's house while Bonnie was in the kitchen kitchen making hot chocolate I again these times. I don't think of people making hot chocolate thing Both of them were immediately smitten with each other. They spend a lot of time together during the next few weeks. See this is. This is the Valentine's Day story that I wanted wanted yet. They were very much in love. I mean there are many things that you hear about their story that you're GonNa talk about as far as what's true and not true but one thing that has always very true. You is how much they were in love and passionate towards each other for sure but unfortunately their romance was interrupted because Clyde was arrested convicted of auto theft grand theft auto I yeah. He played grand theft auto. Drinking hot chocolate right guard. Clyde was sent to Eastern Prison Farm Eastern prison farm in April nineteen thirty. He escaped the prison using a weapon that Bonnie had smuggled into him so already. They're breaking the law together but he was recaptured. Shortly after and sent sent back to prison now I have to say when it comes to Clyde Clyde Seems kind of a little. It'll slow to me. I don't know that's just my my impression of him. Well I think Bonnie was definitely the smarter of the two but I don't know that either serve them were all team. They.
"bonnie" Discussed on Female Criminals
"All consuming and they began to explore the possibilities of eloping together themselves back then. In the early eighteenth century divorce certainly wasn't commonplace but it happened on occasion rather than file legal documents to signify a divorce or annulment would often happened. Is the wife or her. Current suitor would offer the husband a sum of money that roughly equalled whatever dowry or fortune he amassed by marrying his wife in the first place essentially a wife would by herself back from her husband with the help of the man with whom she was currently involved CALICO. Jack went to James Bonnie and offered him such a sum of money in exchange for divorcing an but unexpectedly James Bonnie refused and since am- Bonnie hadn't exactly grown into the kind of woman who'd ever take no for an answer that meant she and Calico Jack Jack had to figure out another way to be together. The stakes shot up immediately. When and Calico Jack learned that not only had James Bond he refused to let Calico Jack Byin off of him he also told his colleague governor woods Rogers about his predicament? Woods Rogers put a Bounty County on Calico Jack and ordered and to return home at once for a flogging this perhaps was the last straw for an in a time when society -IETY was rigidly gender-segregated piracy offered Anna rare escape from oppression in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Women have an social standing were taught to be loyal daughters. Then loving wives then devoted. Mothers suffrage was hardly thought in the ether. We're at that point. Women largely existed to serve the men who lorded over them marriage was primarily a property preserving system in the rigid confines of the capitalism of these new colonies and was merely a commodity. Perhaps she had originally thought that by marrying James Bonnie any she was escaping the mainland culture in which wives and daughters were treated as property governor woods Rogers order was a harsh reminder. That this this was very much not the case so an clung to the idea of life under the Jolly Roger with Calico Jack. There at least east. She'd be free to make her own choices and have a shot at being treated as an equal if she proved herself that is and remember if an had had high bristow failure than she may have looked forward to being the only woman allowed in the life of this ruthless violent man a whole ship full of ruthless earthless violent men in new paradise just like Charlestown. The man of the house controlled everyone else in it. An an did not leave her home home and her father to sign up for that kind of life so Calico Jack and did what true outlaws and pirates did best. They set sail late one night sometime in late. Seventeen eighteen or seventeen nineteen when an was still only sixteen or seventeen years old. She donned men's clothing just like when she was a little girl back in Ireland and Escapes New Paradise with Calico Jack and his crew of about seventeen or eighteen amen. They stole a ship. A pirate sloop called the William on their way out of the harbor and because woods Rogers and his men were looking for a woman then they never even thought to look twice at a Mangy all-male pirate crew fleeing in the night. Our our story will continue in a moment after the break and now back to our story around seventeen eighteen teenaged and Bonnie Johnny began her pirate career aboard the William a sloop stolen by her lover. Calico Jack Rackham the actual day. Today life of a hire. It was far different from the folklore we know today there was far less rum and far more distilled rainwater being swigged mid afternoon. Her new on the ship and the majority of pirates were very normal. People many even had wives and families back on dry land somewhere that they had to support through their work and Bonnie and Calico Jack Rained during what's known as the Golden Age of piracy a time period ranging from about sixteen thirty to seventeen fifty when pirates were plentiful on the high seas of the British Atlantic. It was one of the most profitable ways to make a living off a hard day's work. Each wave of the golden age of piracy shares the same inciting incident a war after after the war of the Spanish succession ended in seventeen fourteen. The seas were flooded with European paramilitary sailors and privateers looking in for work. There were more sailors than available spots on ships so merchants and ship captains could afford to be frugal for a skilled seamen semen after the war of the Spanish Succession. There were four viable options. I you could go into business for yourself. As an independent sailor privateer tear but competition was stiff and permanent jobs. Were few and far between second. You could work as an informant. Like James Bonny did but many rough and tumble sailors would rather go hungry than snitch. On their friends and coworkers third you could get a job on a transatlantic slave ship but pay wasn't great which is why during this time period. Many men chose option number four piracy between the slave trade and importing exporting of goods. There was still a lot of traffic going into and out of the British Atlantic in the early eighteenth century and if the pirate crew was crafty enough they could make a decent living by stealing from merchants ships for many men just coming home from war and eager to spend in time with their families. Piracy seemed like a straightforward way to make enough to support a family on a somewhat flexible schedule for a sailor no more month month-long spells away at war. Pirates had to dock to repair their ships mend their wounded and sell their loot more often than you would think and especially especially since Port Nassau remained one of the only ports and the British Atlantic dot allowed pirates to sell their loot on shore making the whole town essentially a pirate haven living pirates life in the British Atlantic was a fairly lucrative way to make a living besides a steady paycheck check. Piracy dangled one more tantalizing. Promise that most other professions of that era did not the possibility of social mobility in recent years historians like Joel a Rogers and matthew rest all have started filling in the gaps. History has left about the presence of black pirates during the Golden Age in his book. Black Jacks W Jeffrey Bolster theorizes. That part of the reason some African for can slaves converted willingly. Piracy was because it offered a welcome escape from the oppressive cycle of the slave trade. Pirates like Thomas J ones Lee Eh Diego Elma Lotto Martine and Diego Grio were able to get on sloops that allow them to rise up the ranks an opportunity unity. They'd never have on dry land. African slaves and their descendants may have been accepted as peers on pirate sloops and deep sea vessels but but the luxury of that status was still far far out of reach for women and Bonnie even setting foot on a pirate sloop was a revolutionary act in the early eighteenth century. Women were strictly forbidden aboard deep sea. vessels the reasons for this historians believe are mixed in in Iran men wooden women gender and seafaring in the Atlantic world historian. Marcus rediker theorizes. That one reason for such strict gender segregation on the high seas had to do with the assumption that women couldn't handle the hard physical labor of maritime life piracy. Hi recy- like any other kind of sailing was not a job for the fragile or faint of heart so one of the reasons and Bonnie could have dressed as a man Dan. The night she and Calico Jack ran away in late. Seventeen eighteen could be because she did not want any of her crewmates to see.
"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" 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,.
"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.
"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
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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.
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"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