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Pat Boone Reminisces About 'Christian Brother' Johnny Cash
"Many artists that kind of cross over it in that way. Johnny Cash is another one that I assume you knew him somewhat. Very well. We knew each other. We knew we were Christian brothers, especially in the last years of his life. And yeah, yeah, Johnny, Johnny was never really rock and roll. He was country with a rock field. That's what Elvis was doing in the beginning, was country music with a rock field, and of course he got a lot more rocking than Johnny Cash, but Brenda Lee and others that were really country, but they would do some rock songs. Well, enough that because they were, they were not squeaky clean, not I'm not saying that negatively about Brenda Lee, people didn't know about her private life. It was squeaky clean, but Johnny haven't been a drug addict and a prison inmate at one time. That qualified him for rock and roll, even though he was a thoroughgoing Christian while he went and Rick. I don't think he actually was ever imprisoned, but everybody keeps saying that, but he spent so much time you could say ministering in prisons to performing in prisons. He had a kind of a solidarity with the prisoners and a lot of people got the impression that he had been a prisoner. I'm pretty sure that he wasn't, but you were right. There was something Gritty about him.
Britney Spears' conservatorship could end at Friday hearing
"A judge in Los Angeles will hold the hearing Friday that could end the conservatorship that has overseen singer Britney spears is life for nearly fourteen years marches are a letter with the latest Los Angeles Superior Court judge Brenda Perry could decide whether Britney spears should be able to make financial and personal decisions herself after having conservatives decide for more than a decade the conservatorship was put in place after spears had some high profile mental health struggles if the judge approves ending it spears would start a plan with therapists to make the transition that could last months spears's father James spears had been her conservative for much of the time her lawyer Matthew Rosen guard plans to investigate James spears even if the conservatorship is
"brenda " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Republished several times. Did you ever think that your talent was hidden in his shadow I felt overpowered by hand times. Yes but i mean he was very supportive of my playing incredibly supportive right from the word. Go and i didn't feel. I mean i knew. The basha paean stimulus reminded that reminded that constantly but it didn't come up as an issue marriage. A tool released an album. Didn't you if you both playing. Who were release forty records together lot of to piano work all the all the two piano works we did most. I think we we missed out on some nine. French works but most of the big works. We recorded the rachmaninoff suites three times. Wow amazing body of work really united teach piano. Well i used to teach you lot. That's right i lived in. I told you all the time now. I live in cambridge. I just teach one or two adult students. And they're all either in america or australia germany. And that's all. I do in the way of teaching now but i did do a lot of teaching. I just have quite a big practicing. She when i was living chelsea people's of rave of wonderful teacher. You are thank you very much. You've been reading my website teaching. Must've been something you really enjoyed. Oh yes i i really you know. I made very nice. Relationships are still have lot of ongoing relationships with students and teaching remotely. If people are in america julia. That work skype zoom works very well. Wow you know. It wouldn't have occurred to me that that is something that could happen. That's amazing. Oh yes yes now. You new album rebel. Cou- gem has just been released. As we mentioned earlier. The royalties are to be donated to shelter not no not from the company's not from the record come enemy your portion Yeah why did you choose the homeless charity. I mean you know why not. it's It's very worthy. Course isn't it is very difficult to see people sleeping rough on the streets in doorways. It really makes me feel quite you. So i wanted to do something about not something. That's particularly close to your heart. Yes just really worse in chelsea choosing in cambridge. Because i used to see when i walked down the kings road. I use every shop to away or win. There was somebody sleeping from waitress down to peace jones. Some sleeping on the street has really sad. I think cambridge a special cambridgehouse charities at such as jimmy's yes. Yes trailblazers streetwise. And of course the council obligated to how they at certain times when the temperature drops yes but not only a certain times. I mean you sound is deemed to be absolutely homeless after fifty six days. Thank you to six days. Sort them out. And i know the building some little shelters for them as well which is a great idea that is true. Yes liza Quite great sent me the cambridge. Shaw a strategy for homeless seventeen pages of it was trying to memorize. There's a lot of opportunity But apparently turned to always want to get off the streets of these people. They liked to be independent type in which is unfortunate. Well i guess for some it might be a lifestyle choice book for those that. Want to get off the street. It's great there's money available to help them. Yes yes council needs the mandate that. There's never no never enough. You're absolutely right so we have this new album. Yes how can people get hold of it. Brenda on amazon. So if you go onto amazon and google brenda lucas ogden. Google name brenda lucas auction. And then the title will come up. Rebel 'cause you name it will come up. Well it's a great idea that you've had to donate your royalties to shelter really admirable brenda and thank you for doing that. It's my pleasure solution. I can do. And it's been lovely talking to you and hearing your story rumor pleasure. Thank you brenda lucas ogden now. Let's listen to brenda lucas ogden. Playing a track from the album. It's a teeny to move mwale. The menu.
"brenda " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Republished several times. Did you ever think that your talent was hidden in his shadow I felt overpowered by hand times. Yes but i mean he was very supportive of my playing incredibly supportive right from the word. Go and i didn't feel. I mean i knew. The basha paean stimulus reminded that reminded that constantly but it didn't come up as an issue marriage a tool to released an album. Didn't you both playing. Who were release forty records together not of to piano work all the all. The two piano works we did. Most i think we we missed out on some nine french works but most of the big works recorded the rachmaninoff suites three times. Wow amazing body of work really united teach piano. Well i used to teach you lot. That's right i lived in. I told you all the time now. I live in cambridge. I just teach one or two adult students. And they're all either in america or australia or germany and that's all i do in the way of teaching now but i did do a lot of teaching. I just have quite a big practicing. She when i was living chelsea people's of rave of wonderful teacher. You are thank you very much. You've been reading my website teaching. Must've been something you really enjoyed. Oh yes i i really you know. I made very nice. Relationships are still have a lot of ongoing relationships with students and teaching remotely. If people are in america julia that work. Skype zoom works very well. Wow you know. It wouldn't have occurred to me that that is something that could happen. That's amazing. oh yes yes now. You new album rebel. Cou- gem has just been released. As we mentioned earlier. The royalties are to be donated to shelter. Not no not from the company's not from the record come enemy your personal Yeah why did you choose the homeless charity. I mean you know why not. it's It's very worthy. Course isn't it is very difficult to see people sleeping rough on the streets in doorways. It really makes me feel quite you. So i wanted to do sending bashes not something that's particularly close to your heart. Yes just really worse. In chelsea. London susan in cambridge. Because i used to see when i walked down the kings road i use every shop to away or wind. There was somebody sleeping from waitress down to peace jones. Some sleeping on the street has really sad. I think cambridge a special cambridgehouse charities. At such as jimmy's yes. Yes trailblazers streetwise. And of course the council obligated to how they at certain times when the temperature drops yes but not only a certain times. I mean you sound is deemed to be absolutely homeless after fifty six days. Thank you to six days. Sort them out. And i know the building some little shelters for them as well which is a great idea that is true. Yes liza Quite great sent me the cambridge. Shaw a strategy for homeless seventeen pages of it was trying to memorize it. There's a lot of opportunity but apparently turned to always want to get off the streets of these people. They liked to be independent type in which is unfortunate. Well i guess for some. It might be a lifestyle choice book for those that. Want to get off the street. It's great that there's money available to help them. Yes yes council needs the mandate that. There's never enough. You're absolutely right so we have this new album. Yes how can people get hold of it. Brenda on amazon. So if you go onto amazon and google brenda lucas ogden. Google name brenda lucas auction. And then the title will come up. Roselle you name. It will come up well. It's a great idea that you've had to donate your royalties to shelter really admirable brenda and thank you for doing that. It's my pleasure solution. I can do. And it's been lovely talking to you and hearing your story rumor pleasure. Thank you brenda lucas ogden now. Let's listen to brenda lucas ogden. Playing a track from the album. It's a teeny to move mwale. The menu.
"brenda " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Women making waves. I'm delighted to be joined by acclaimed pianist. Brenda lucas ogden. Brenda has released. An album prevail collusion. The royalties of the album will be given to homeless charity shelter. Thank you very much for joining us today. Brenda it's a great pleasure to quit you. Thank you know you're an amazing pianist. And i'm curious about the story behind that talent. At what age did you start. Learning the piano. Rbis five years old. My mother started me off. Learning knows. And i took through to meet me and then i had a local teacher when i was six or seven. She was called mrs round. I won't forget mrs route. She kept interrupting the lessons to give mr around his tees and i complained to my mother. These lessons weren't quite up to the mark. But anyway i was determined to learn properly and by the time i got to school the comb of activity. I had a wonderful nun. Who taught me sister. Mary angela. He was very very musical and she inspired me. Watch and the usual associated board. Examinations got high marks in news and took it all from there. When i was fourteen. I had some private lessons from teacher. The ono's in college music acitivists now. It was the role manchester college. Those days that perc- on emigre russian pianist allinson. I had these private lessons from us very anti and he started me off with giovanni shoots Which was easy. start fingers with that. Cheerios nate saw. When i was sixty i entered the college. There was new to seventeen or sixteen at the time. I'm still started. we is aronson. So you know he was. He was quite inspiring shirt. She i mean. He fled from russia during the revolution and she tells his pupils proudly i was in prison with glazunov. Which we we. Don't go out to prison. But he did unto you escape to germany and that he he was taken up by a very kindly family called stein jewish family they very cleverly neck germany in the nick of time and isa married the door. Char had fish and finally came to manchester unhappy. Yes scott quite a story. it's his When you were up the college you met your future husband. John oakton yes eventually yes i do yes and i believe the story is that you fell in love with him when you heard him play. Real are doing about falling enough hours tremendously. It was He was playing this dante sonata. On the platform of the college and it was just such a staggering performance. I wasn't the only one who was impressed of students who have passing by through the. Who'll stop to this. Because they've never had anything like four years. The most outstanding pin spy fall in the college. You just a genius. It was quite parent. I was very impressed. Falling enough came nater and you traveled the world with them and you had two children with him as well. That must be quite an exciting time. Muchly hers very sashi incredibly exciting. Yes you playing at the same time. Yes i pay. Quite a few becomes australian tour. I played solo concerte We played two piano together. Redo all the major australian issues and tasmania on museum unit as well so i mean it was quite an loan tour. Abcd australian broadcasting corporation. I do very good to us. Very well organized not must have been fun. Yeah it was definitely We had a holiday after that on route back we had holiday increase is it was journey. Australia's is long today. But it was unspeakably long those days. Nineteen sixty four. I remember people going by booted six weeks if you went by boat and then we had lots of time. In north america touring richard sperry exhausting. But wonderful johm plays in new york. Your who'll all the major issues really from east coast to west and back again. Amazing bit homesick and one of the chores. Because i had this little baby cow. And i've been forcibly removed from her for weeks. I'll end and so. I suddenly decided i've had enough of this storm is a to to john Lady was the concepts at the time swept in very posh sable coat and said you call her missus oxygen. We need you the party. i'm going home anyway. I'm going so i did. That must have been difficult. Yes yes yeah and was nineteen sixty. Four husband started to suffer from mental health issues. I believe yes but but not after after that came many goes later in one thousand nine hundred seventy three so. He had a lot of good years before you suffered from mental health issues. Goodness yes and suddenly your marriage broke time but remained very close yet. Didn't break down in egypt. The approach on several years. After that i was very close to him winning you immediately broke down. We were estranged after the period when he was a professor indiana university and they unkindly sucked him. I've trained five. She him for four years so we had to leave. We spent four very cuccia. Indiana university and He didn't seem to mind keeping sacked and that That upset me a lot so we rug and strange from. I should say about eighteen months so and you wrote a book about him. Yes cold virtuoso. Yes telling the story of his life was difficult but to right there. I'm started that book. In spain in seventies now i felt the tip for some story that people it was before he was mentally started. Before and eventually i had to go strike show. Michael carr who do most of the rushing. Fool me because the publishers wouldn't take my school garnish rushing so my kokos who is wonderful roger. Actually you've heard detective stories and he got it published for me. Hey charlotte and in one thousand nine hundred eighty long. It's been.
"brenda " Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Women making waves. I'm delighted to be joined by acclaimed pianist. Brenda lucas ogden. Brenda has released. An album prevail collusion. The royalties of the album will be given to homeless charity shelter. Thank you very much for joining us today. Brenda it's a great pleasure to quit you. Thank you know you're an amazing pianist. And i'm curious about the story behind that talent. At what age did you start. Learning the piano. Rbis five years old. My mother started me off. Learning knows. And i took her to meet me and then i had a local teacher when i was six or seven. She was called mrs round. I won't forget mrs route. She kept interrupting the lessons to give mr around his. Steve and i complained to my mother. These lessons weren't quite up to the mark. But anyway i was determined to learn properly and by the time i got to school the conference of activity i had a wonderful nun. Who taught me sister. Mary angela. He was very very musical and she inspired me. Watch and the usual associated board. Examinations got high marks in news and took it all from there when i was Fourteen i had some private lessons from teacher. The ono's in college music suggest now. It was the role manchester college. Those days. that perc- on emigre russian pianist. Iseo allinson. I had these private lessons from us very anti and he started me off with giovanni choose which was easy. Start fingers with that. Cheerios nate saw. When i was sixty i entered the college. There was new to seventeen or sixteen at the time. I'm still started. we is aronson. So you know he was. He was quite inspiring. T she i mean. He fled from russia during the revolution and she tells his pupils proudly i was in prison with glazunov. Which we we don't go out to prison. But he did unto you escape to germany and he he was taken up by a very kindly family called stein jewish family they very cleverly neck germany and the nick of time and isa married the door char had fish and the family came to manchester and see yes scott quite a story. It says When you were up the college you met your future. Husband john ogden. Yes eventually yes i do. Yes and i believe the story is that you fell in love with him when you heard him play. Real are doing about falling enough hours tremendously. It was He was playing this dante sonata. On the platform of the college and it was just such a staggering performance. I wasn't the only one who was impressed of students who passing by through. Who'll stop to this. Because they've never had anything like four years. The most outstanding pin spy fall in the college. You just a genius. It was quite parents. I was very impressed. Falling enough came nater and traveled the world with them and you had two children with him as well. That must be quite an exciting time. Muchly hers very sashi incredibly exciting. Yes you playing at the same time. Yes i pay quite a few big australian tour. I played solo concerte We played to piano together. We do all the major australian issues and tasmania on museum unit as well so i mean it was quite an loan tour. Abcd australian broadcasting corporation. I do very good to us. Very well organized not must have been fun. Yeah it was definitely We had a holiday after that on route back we had holiday increase or is it was an journey. Australia's is long today. But it was unspeakably long those days. Nineteen sixty four. I remember people going by booted six weeks if you went by boat and then we had lots of time. In north america touring richard sperry exhausting. But wonderful johm plays in new york. Your who'll all the major issues really from east coast to west and back again. Amazing bit homesick and one of the chores. Because i had this little baby cow. And i've been forcibly removed from her for weeks. I'll end and so. I suddenly decided i've had enough of this storm is a to to john Lady was the concepts at the time swept in very posh sable coat and said you call her missus oxygen. We need you the party. i'm going home anyway. I'm going so i did. That must have been difficult. Yes yes yeah and was nineteen sixty. Four husband started to suffer from mental health issues. I believe yes but but not after after that came many goes later in one thousand nine hundred seventy three so he had a lot of good years before you suffered from mental health issues goodness yes and saudi. Your marriage broke time but remained very close yet. Didn't break down in egypt. The approach on several years. After that i was very close to him winning you immediately broke down. We were estranged after the period when he was a professor indiana university and they unkindly sucked him. I've trained five. She him for four years so we had to leave. We spent four very cuccia. Indiana university and He didn't seem to mind keeping sacked and that That upset me a lot so we rug and strange from. I should say about eighteen months so and you wrote a book about him. Yes cold virtuoso. Yes telling the story of his life was difficult but to right there. I'm started that book. In spain in the seventies now i felt the tip for some story that people it was before he was mentally started. Before and eventually i had to go strike show. Michael carr who do most of the rushing. Fool me because the publishers wouldn't take my school garnish rushing so my kokos who is wonderful roger. Actually you've heard detective stories and he got it published for me. Hey charlotte and in one thousand nine hundred eighty long. It's been.
Judge suspends Britney Spears' father from conservatorship
"A major development in the Britney spears conservatorship case a judge in Los Angeles has suspended Britney spears father from the conservative ship that is controlled the singer's life and money for thirteen years now at a hearing Superior Court judge Brenda Perry said the arrangement reflects what she called a toxic environment and should end that harmonizes with the petition from spears and her attorney Matthew Rosen guard that spears needs to give up his role as conservator the move is a major victory for the singer who pleaded in dramatic hearings in June and July that her father needed to be gone I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Climate Change Blamed for Havoc in Northeast US Floods
"The northeast still cleaning up all of the destruction caused by the remnants of hurricane ida last week at least fifty people died and while residents in some public health officials were surprised by the severe weather. Storms like this or what. Scientists have long warned about jeff brady from npr's climate team reports in bridgeport pennsylvania about one in the morning thursday vernon perry says the nearby river was rising and the fire department. Woke him up. They just were saying evacuate. Now get out the only chance you to go. Now get out run. There wasn't even time to move his car. It's flooded like others on this street a front loader hauls them to waiting trucks at the end of the muddy blocked. Brenda night is sitting under front step next to the sidewalk. Where a pipe. Gushes water into the street. It's being pumped up from her basement. The water came up to the first floor here and first floor. My rug was soaking wet in. There has whether she expected such a severe storm because of climate change. Not at all. This is a complete surprise. We had no idea of the magnitude of the damage. That was going to be called even new york governor. Kathy hokuto who talks about climate change fueling. More severe storms was surprised. We did not know that between eight fifty nine fifty pm that the heavens literally open up and bring niagara falls level water to the streets of new york. It's one thing to talk about the effects of climate change. It's another to experience them. Says burnet. woods blackie chief meteorologist with climate centro even. If you said to her there was going to be over three inches of rain in one hour if she's never seen that what does that mean. What does that look like. What does that look like on the ground. Same for the rest of us but we're getting more examples. There was superstorm. Sandy new york and new jersey nine years ago. The pacific northwest now understands what days of one hundred plus degree weather is like and across the country more people are experiencing wildfires and hazardous smoke.
Wade's Pinch-Hit HR in 9th Lifts Giants Past A's 6-5
"Picture Lamont Wade junior connected for a two run Homer in the ninth inning to send the giants to a six five win over the athletics Brenda bell drew a one out walk against Lou Trivino and we'd followed with his sixteenth Homer Kris Bryant Brandon belt Enguerrand rough also homered for San Francisco which trailed five two after six innings the giants improved to a major league best seventy nine and forty four and stayed a game and a half ahead of the charging Dodgers for the top spot in the NL west the ace fell three and a half games behind the Astros in the AL west I'm D. ferry
"brenda " Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast
"So he's also the guy behind the plus four and sixteen line that thomas in east europe. The ted chip that was his his baby. Yup and i believe that they were going to try to put that into one twenty for some reason. It didn't work and that's why they ended up having to use. I don't know about that. i don't know. I don't know there was there was something. They had to come up with their own eighty column chips and they pulled up for another place. It wasn't ready yet. Yeah yep so says that Well mine intendo. News actually released news article about nintendo originally in intended to be involved in the tokyo olympics featuring lady gaga emerging from vare pipe from super mario process. But that didn't happen so we will link to that story. Okay okay and i saw on twitter. That are conic laps. Actually released at tweet was a screen shot about the current status of lost realms of the mirka dust episode one. That's a sixty four. Conversion of at. I ninety nine for a game. That's actually running a kickstarter at the moment. That will okay worthless link for that. It was linked to that. And it's actually a reprint a second printing guy all rims off the enter query the scattered around collector's edition. Okay oh there we go. Yep yep yep yep cool so yeah as i said so there. It may sound like the two are connected but they aren't Well it's just by chance blows rpg's but yeah okay. It's interesting but the funny thing is originally. I wasn't sure For that firm. That was because it's not mentioned in the pledge. Just actually the rewards that you could let for but if you go to campaign it's actually saying in the story that it's t. I ninety nine for a game and my my my first impression for some reason was that the the game from our kind accepts is sixty four version of the t. I ninety nine game but that isn't so things can get confusing also releases and kickstarter but those those happen to be rpg games and they actually called are pitchy and at the moment as i'm not really a fan of the toronto i don't know if c- stands for correct set our peachy don't know i have no idea what the c stands for an arbitrary. I know that Rpg stands for role playing game. But cr pitchy parolee director computer role playing game Computer okay so not corrector. Not corrector said right. Yup we'll also here in the story of romero that actually her role playing game. Experience started with tabletop game. So perhaps that's a good A good moment to jump over. Yes section to the interview. So i buy whoa so today. We are having an not fuck cost guests again and this time. It's that romero and brenda low. Come to the show yeah Low so hope. Everything is fine over there in ireland. Yes great actually. I mean well you know working finally opening back so it's Yeah it's actually exciting. I never thought. I'd say i was as excited as i am to the restaurant but i'm never unreasonably to get a restaurant in my life right right so we talked today because basically you are in very known game designer. And there's some something you're always auto interviews. You're always out that uber. I in the industry that john. That's the only you know. The funny thing is nobody ever drawn with me. Nobody why don't own pointed out in the somebody power that how do i say hundred started is like if you're drowning together. You cannot even imagine the amount of times people will say. Oh your wife. Making to order surprise movie ever said that like oh does your husband may games to write orders assumption like oh you're marketing your npr something like that. You know that. actually. I wanted to see harry potter. Those roles obviously for the importance of the game. Roy but people are are surprised. Intellectually had.
"brenda " Discussed on Ending Human Trafficking Podcast
"Thrift store they can make kindness rocks. I've done that with my kids. Where we paint some rocks and write some positive messages and then place them around their school or their communities just to cheer people up and this helps them find a sense of purpose and value and it can be very healing in and a comforting for them as well. I love that because it does build our own resilience when we see that we have value to someone else and bat. That's powerful last minute. Brenda what do you want to leave as your final thought about resilience. I think one of the things that i've been most amazed by as a parent is children's natural spirit of resilience determinations since birth. And i think we can all think of examples where we've witnessed our kids resilient qualities over and over again. Think of all the milestones. They've reached up until this point when they were learning to speak to walk to feed themselves or right car. Or i'm sorry. Ride a bike or drive a car and they prissy veered through the pain of whether that was scraped needs their bloody noses and failed attempts and they wiped away their tears and just kept trying until they mastered their chosen goal. I think it's really important to keep in mind that resilient qualities are part of them already in had been there from the beginning but they can also be built up. It's not a fixed characteristic. It can be nurtured and developed. And i also just want to say that in all of this. We have to keep in mind that kids. What are watching. They're watching us as their role models and so we have to be intentional. In the ways that we build our own resiliency as well and that we model all of these characteristics our kids. Thank you so much brenda. This has been a wonderful conversation. And i'm inspired. Because i know that. As i build out my concentric circles i can plug a hole where someone else Maybe hasn't had a chance to fill that part in and every kid who has resilience in their lives will be able to pick themselves up and move forward in ways that are positive and constructive and will make them less vulnerable. Take any of the issues that we talk about on this podcast with the most vulnerable kids. Who are often recruited and exploited. Not because of who they are but because they don't have those layers and layers of resiliency. So i wanna challenge people to learn more about the positive ways to do prevention to build resilience and not just be thinking about. How can i build a fence around my child. But let's build strong children sandy. And brenda thank you so much for this conversation sandy. I'm an echo the challenge you've given to us By inviting everyone listening to go and check out the episode notes were gonna be linking up to all of the key references. We've made today. And you have heard that brenda's part of our adjunct
"brenda " Discussed on Ending Human Trafficking Podcast
"Manage stress without turning to those quick and easy but dangerous fixes that we all refer to as the risk behaviors. so give me some examples of some coping strategies. And i i love up. I'm gonna interrupt myself because you said something really important. It was unacceptable to have those outbursts to cry. And i'm you know my background's pediatric nursing. And i'm always telling young moms and dads how important it is to let your kids know that you understand that. Something isn't right in their world. They may not be able to even express it. And so you pick them up and you hold them and that's how attachment is developed when we respond to the hurt or the fear or the need in a child's expression instead of saying be quiet. Shut up all of those kinds of things. And i was really careful about that when my children were really small was really attentive to their needs and i remember still losing my temper with my four year old and how crushed she was and she started crying. More and brenda. I said wait wait. What's wrong now. Because this i could hear was heartbroken tears. And here's what she said to me. That changed my thinking even more she said you said shut up to me and our kids need to be heard. Yes absolutely i think we can all probably think back at times where we've said or done things similar to your story where we say. It's not a big deal right instead of saying to them. It may be a big deal as unimportant as it may seem to us. I i think one of the things that i always try to keep in mind when i talked to my kids and not that i always do a great job at it but is how would i like to be spoken to if something was as crushing to me. That made me break down in tears. How what. I want someone to respond to me..
"brenda " Discussed on Ending Human Trafficking Podcast
"Thank you for inviting me. So dr brenda naveh ready. I am so excited to have you and have this discussion about the role of resilience in prevention everywhere. I go people. Ask me how to keep their children safe. And so many times it spoke on what to do externally to keep the predators away from them and all these kinds of fear based tactics. But you bring so much power and energy into the room with your focus on resilience. So i wanna start first of all with the question of what is resilience. And why does it matter. Thank you so much sandy. So high love this concept of resilience because there are so many things that we can't change about our environment our world our circumstances and the recent cove pandemic is a recent example of that right. We have already lived through that. We've already lived through but there are some things that we do have some control over. And there are some things that we can change and we can focus on that and that includes our mindset and our attitude and so i think that resilience building should be an ongoing preventative practice of parenting teaching or mentoring youth. Because it's it's a practice that builds a child strength and it stores it for these unusually critical times when they'll meet challenges or setbacks obstacles. Wait wait. I'm sorry i've gotta have you explain that. I have this image in my head of a bank and making deposits. How do you store resilience yes. I love that image. I think you know it. It really is idea of building a mindset of building a mindset that is capable of adapting and changing and knowing that our capacity to learn and to.
Britney Spears Reportedly Has a New Lawyer
"Is a positive update on the britney spears story britney spears has secured a significant win in her conservative ships case Now she has been under the control of her father and another conservative Who manages her finances and what she's been trying to do is change. The lawyer representing her earlier. We shared that the lawyer who had previously been representing her step down after it became abundantly clear that britney spears found the entire exploitation of and wrong and so now judge brenda perry Or i'm sorry. Judge a judge. Brenda penny allow britney's desired replacement attorney former federal prosecutor matthew rosengard to represent the singer. Moving forward the thirty nine year old entertainer has been unable to choose her own lawyer since the conservatorship inception in two thousand eight. It's expected that rosengard first order of business once officially instated will be trying to oust her father jamie spears who is unfortunately serving as britney. Spears is a conservative now in a phone interview with nbc. Britney spears did not hold back in expressing what she plans to do moving forward in regard to her father and how she feels. He had abused and exploited her. She says quote. I'm here to get rid of my dad and chain or in charge him with conservatorship abuse. The singer said she wants her. Father investigated and that quote. This conservator ship has allowed my dad to ruin my life and she has as you probably know. Incredibly negative feelings toward The entire arrangement saying that their goal was to make me feel crazy. And i'm not and that's not okay. Britney called the conservatorship effing cruelty and said quote if this is not abuse. I don't know what is And she also said. I thought they were trying to kill me. That's something that she purportedly told the
Britney Spears Can Hire Own Lawyer in Conservatorship Case
"Singer Britney spears has a new lawyer of her own choosing to represent her in her conservatorship that has overseen her personal and financial affairs since two thousand eight R. marches are a letter with the latest pretty spears fans gathered outside Los Angeles Superior Court won't inside judge Brenda penny approve spears hiring former federal prosecutor Matthew Rosen guard to represent her can he rejected Russian guards request to remove spears's father James as her conservator spears told the court by phone she wants to charge her father with conservatorship abuse saying she has been denied coffee a driver's license and hair vitamins James Pearce's lawyer Vivian Florian says for the past two years James has only overseen his daughter's money not her person
Judge Denies Britney Spears' Request to Remove Father From Conservatorship
"Judge is denying Britney Spears request Remove her father from her conservatorship, multiple reports say. Judge Brenda Penny ruled that Jamie Spears could stay on as sole conservator. The pop star's lawyers filed the request to remove him in November, saying experience is afraid of her father. The complaint also said Spears would not perform until he was removed. The news comes a week after Spears spoke in court and claimed her conservatorship is abusive. She said she wants out of it after 13 years without a medical assessment.
"brenda " Discussed on TODAY is a Good Day Podcast
"Lissi nap the nick. You is definitely a place. Filled with uncertainty and as our next guest calls it. Fog blindsiding us and holding us back for moving forward. Brenda reynolds is a sought after organization and leadership consultant coach ex speaker author and fellow knicks. Parent she is here. Share her family's personal journey and to give us tools to help navigate through uncertain times. Welcome brenda really happy to have you here with us today. I'm thrilled to be here for you. To tell us a little bit about your neck you journey and how it helped bring you to where you are today looking forward to our conversation. Interesting martin consider myself a change in transition expert. If you will and when people say how did you how is it. You could coin yourself as such. I think we all are because we're all experts in change and transition and it's my my preemies and nick. You experience is just one of the things that groomed me for for that I have two sons. My oldest is tyler. My youngest is jason. Both of them were premature. And my second guy. Jason took me on a little bit more of an adventure than the first one. The first one warmed me up the second one really unleashed this uncertainty on me when we were getting ready to go out of town to a picnic quite a distance away and i had one final appointment with obgyn before we left town and that appointment ended with go straight to the hospital You are in labor to which i could not even fathom. That was the case and ended up in the nick. You or not. In the nick you in the emergency room and with a neonatologist sitting in my ear really to the left of me in my ear literally saying there are three things we can do to try to stop this labor and we're on the second moving into the third right now it may or may not work and if not this was at twenty nine weeks Here's what you could be facing. And fortunately we were able to stop my labor that day. But i had to stay in the hospital which was about an hour or so from home and hang out there until the duration of the now pregnancy and didn't know how long was going to be there and ended up being on bed rest for thirty three days where i could stand up five minutes a day long enough to take a shower and that was it. My connection to the outside world was one tree. I could see out my window. Because it was august. And i hung out there for thirty three days and jason still came six weeks early and there was a lot of adventure in between he ended up in the nick unit because he had apnea and so they had to put him on apnea monitor and we were also looking at making sure. His lung development was healthy and there was a lot going on the backdrop of my life aside from trying not to give birth to this baby too soon.
Loudoun County School Board Attempts to Silence Peaceful Protesting Parents
"Parents. Virginia Loudon County Parents Rally of school board malls transgender critical race theory policies. Isn't that quite shocking that a school board is even thinking about those things? Isn't it? Rather than actual education. I'm reading here. Let's see here. Just bear with me before we get to our sponsor. Um please, Computer. Don't don't let me down now. Here we go. Loudon County School Board meeting on transgender policy shut down after crowd gets unruly one arrested The Latin County School board shut down a public meeting Tuesday on a new policy involving transgender students. See this is being ignored. But not in American Marxism. After people at the meeting report reportedly started speaking over public commenters and refused to cooperate. One person was arrested. There was at least one person, injured authority said. You're going to see how law abiding citizens are going to be brutalized. Whereas black lives matter and teeth and so forth are allowed to do pretty much whatever they want to do. There are no details yet on the arrest or what the person is being charged for another person was issued a summons on a trespassing charge. Trespassing charge. Trespassing charge. You kidding me? The Loudon County School board ended the public comments section of its June 22 meeting on a unanimous vote after chair Brenda Sheridan. Repeatedly warned the attendees in the boardroom. That loud public demonstration highlighted the decorum of the meeting. Wasn't this a mostly peaceful protest, Mr Producer.
Master Dirty Talk: 60+ Tips & Examples - burst 11
"I'm use the british fellow the next the next time. I'm bad tell me. I'm very good girl with a british accent shar you. You're very good girl. That was even british. I don't know what. That was arnold schwarzenegger to nibble. Let me to tell me you want to twist the right one along with the new. Okay now just do it in your regular voice telling me and my really good girl. Your real good
Native Students Finally Win the Right to Wear Tribal Regalia at Graduation Ceremonies
"A new oregon law allows a native students to where feather on their cap for graduation ceremonies kale. Cc's brian bull. Has many native students have worn eagle or turkey feathers or their cap and gown for years but added ornament was never formerly assured until the sierra the oregon legislature a bill that governor brown then signed in may brenda brainard is director of the four j. natives program which supports native american culture and learning in eugene area schools. The fact that students can incorporate their culture into their graduation for themselves and for their community is just wonderful. Only native american students who practice and celebrate their culture is seen by supporters as a way to promote academic achievement and improve retention and graduation rates for national native news. I'm brian bowl.
Where Does Biden Stand on Policing in Communities of Color?
"The epidemic of black men being killed by police. But he's also presented himself as an ally of the law enforcement community. NPR's Juana Summers takes a look at the line. The president is walking when Joe Biden offered his condolences to George Boyd's loved ones in a video played at Floyd's funeral last year. Supposed to question Why do so many black people in America wake up knowing they could lose their lives? Now is the time for racial justice. That's the answer. We must give to our Children when they ask why. Because when there is justice for George Floy, we will truly be on our way to racial justice in America. Aside from the policing overhaul bill that carries George Floyd's name that is stalled in Congress. Biden does not have a clear agenda to deliver on his promise of making real change and policing and communities of color. Congresswoman Brenda
MEL Magazine to Stop Publishing After Mass Layoffs From Owner Dollar Shave Club
"The main story which is focused on is the fact that Mal magazine has been funded by ohad rather been funded by dollarshaveclub since its launch in twenty fifteen butts on the twenty or god. When was it now. The announced that she was going to an end turn his sixth of much rights as was result. Tweet wasn't a tweet was was that twenty. Three staff has been left without jobs. So what does this mean. Does this anything about the wind branded content model or is this just a blip in terms of both malam magazine. And how we're gonna fill magazines. What is fundament. What's going here is fundamental to the brand to the brenda content model because the core and not from editor in chief. Just show mayer. He says let me put it this way. I don't think as aggregrate to have a single source of funding. Every every day of the company was praying sustainable. For me we part of the core dollarshaveclub business announce excite with a point. That's why you know. The print magazines that the matches company stopped all of these things. They're the male ceos whose funding will there. They're marketing channel effectively. And you know we've seen a particular last year we've seen so many marketing channels and platforms just kind of get excised from plans so to the point. That magazine was integral to dull shaped walls as a kind of you know obscure marketing channel. The i i didn't notice soon as it turns out. They didn't actually have the opportunity they weren't given the opportunity to fulfil they could have done it monetization cause remember thinking. Pt spoke to josh a couple months ago. And i remember listening to entering. Just thinking does a lot that they could be doing. Hasn't monetization head. The dollar shave dancing to be interested in pushing and that's great menendez's perspective and they got the chance to develop really restore voice without any financial pressure but the end of the let don't shape never gave the chance to really mayton self-sustainable
Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Are 'Overjoyed' by Birth of Son Dakota
"You see macaulay. Culkin had had his first kid with brenda song. I had no idea that he he and brinda song. Where a couple we'll either. I was surprised and shocked. And i was like okay brenda. She's got a thing for the other guy. She dated was miley cyrus brother. Who was in the band intro station. And he that is a weird looking scrawny white dude. I think that is the same guy that she was dating. But macaulay culkin. I mean if that doesn't make you feel old. I don't know what does he got it. He got well he is old though. He's he should already been having kids. How old is he. He's probably in his mid thirties late thirties. But i don't know you just picture kevin on the cover of home alone calculus forty forty Hooked up with london tipton. hope everybody just kind of lexus. He said he's forty and alexis. Because just wrap it up. Let's live for your forty two forty year old man. She's thirty three. He brinda songs thirty-three. He's forty you date a guy who was forty or thirty now. He's macaulay culkin colleague. Kalkin though
Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Welcome Their First Child Together
"Congratulations. Macaulay Culkin. Yes, is now a dad. Win Brenda songs and a baby and Brenda Song had a baby now McCauley Culkin's rep confirming T news that yes, Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song are new parents and the baby arrived on April 5th in Los Angeles, and they named him Dakota Song Culkin in honor of Macaulay Culkin, Slate older sister who passed away After being hit by a car in 2008. Very sweet. Everyone's healthy. Happy him here,
Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song Welcome Their First Child Together
"Congratulations. Macaulay Culkin. Yes, is now a dad. Win Brenda songs and a baby and Brenda Song had a baby now McCauley Culkin's rep confirming T news that yes, Macaulay Culkin and Brenda Song are new parents and the baby arrived on April 5th in Los Angeles, and they named him Dakota Song Culkin in honor of Macaulay Culkin, Slate older sister who passed away After being hit by a car in 2008. Very sweet. Everyone's healthy. Happy him here,
The Bodega Giveback Pepsi
"If you're black is the solar system the bodega is decide Hood orbits the bodega boys Jesus might you said I'm the kid. Well with the bodega boys remember them old like cowboy movies when they had the General Store. Yeah, you can go and get anything. It's a general slow Halo ended on the same page two beagles. I ever got home. It's like you part of family bodegas more than a store is the lifeblood of the community. I'm saying single genetically end in Trenton Joachim Walker's knee nobody. I've been coming here since I was about four years old, at least I've been a customer at this store for twenty nine years. I've been going here since the eighties. My mother would send me to the edge. She didn't have the money they give it to us. They trust us enough to bring it back which is it's not like every other store over here. That's why the store bed for so long. They look over the hood hard. All the big stores were sold out when you don't got it the same day guy had a shout to the bodega Thuggin it through and being there for us during these unprecedented times now real. But unfortunately this Brenda megado our wish if I could come out the house to see my grandfather maybe a few days before he was gone. But I was unfortunately I was unable to do that. I was only able to mourn his death. Yeah a little. 1:40 a.m. When he calls it affected all of us, we must have really had nowhere to go at times with him saying it was hard. This is the oldest or on a block from here to at least four or five blocks down. You won't see another story was very difficult for me to move around to certain places when the store was closed down by Andy Mineo. Finally did open up. It was just a blessing. Everything War has been four people over here will come back some cuz people respect that I'm getting choked up about it though, but it really serves Community it comes back to you in different ways when you get off when you live in New York City, you find a bodega that become your Bodega. You linked up bond with that person. That's your spot to loom my guys going on. Yo, we've heard good things about this Bodega. We heard you've been holding down the neighborhood. How long have you been here at a year? Maybe Batman a superhero Jesus you have done so much to the neighborhood on the behalf of Pepsi. We want to give You need something. From d r y this year has brought a lot of challenges. But if we learned anything is that being there for each other can mean everything because you've gone out of your way to help others have she's proud to provide me with financial support to help cover the cost of one year of rent for your store. Love your Pepsi family. My guys I'll be seeing you guys deserved it. You need more people like you to keep the world a great place. Enjoy it he making these chopped cheese sandwiches keep the doors open down in neighborhood, man. So proud of you getting. Okay, so you're going to know we appreciate you mad libs.
Chicago's first breast milk depot officially opens
"Hospitals are fighting racial health disparities with breast milk. WB Easy's Natalie Moore reports premature Babies born at Sinai Hospital have the option to drink donor breast milk and have insurance. Pick up the tab. Officials say that makes it the first safety net neonatal intensive care unit in Illinois to do so. Brandy Brenda is what Sinai Chicago for those moms that walk into a hospital, and I have to deliver a baby way sooner than they want. So now what we doing this? We're allowing those moms that really wanted to give their babies that breast milk. We're now giving them that option to do so. Sinai says Black. Premature babies are more likely to die from complications of prematurity, Ethan White babies. Rest. Smoke gives the nutrients to reduce complications. Natalie
"brenda " Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Named after him. Brenda Brenda Paul Brown. Mm. Knox. So let me get this straight. Alfred. The guy you actually had to you your first check when you signed your first contract, National football and I was like, Oh, already. Okay. All right. Can we get one more in before we go to break? All right, One more. One more. One more. Oh, my goodness. Again. The initials are P b Clue. Number one invented in 18 84 in Montreal. Mm hmm. Clue. Number two George Bail from ST Louis was the first to bottle it Good. And sell it. Alfred. What proof he's off? He said. Oh, Who is it? Be large. E mean? I hear too, Because he's right here with me. He said. Oh, cool. Let's drop it right now. We're not playing that game again. Come on, man. What do you think it was? Captain? I think it was Cooper. Who do you think it was? Brenda? Uhh! I'm going with Coop Coop. What's your answer? Peanut butter. I could. What's the score? Brenda has two. I have two. Alan Kathy have one All right, part.
"brenda " Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"You're you're coal your code. It's knowing when to let go assignment. Please gordon have your pay packages as a will. And it's it's not staying Let's get back up dust yourself down the songs they'd start all over again advances that over again as you duchess and move forward forward even if it's a five minute believe an exercise mental illness. Will you could main. Yeah so. I'm not an expert in it but i'm big on in app as a coach not doing the actual medicine station but just coaching people coaching. But is less than it yourself off. Look i come all right ed Wait you come when you come to. Anything comes from not sold place. Yo-you you're not in your head you're on your heart and soul. You can only speak the truth by wreck. Solemn voice in your voice equals your truth and your mattress could be two different things but the true to each of us it's all perception in what's true so we know that loving people is is a trip. Eleven people Brings joy to us you know and love and unconditionally. Just help you. Rise above of other things and other people. Yeah so the truth as doing the best knowing rate from role integrity is my number one priority and i only see Who it but you know who argue in new ones looking. We'll see whether i'm sitting here talking to you on the commish. Aw whether i'm sitting here during my you know. I've been in this morning during what looking at seconds in all my works to the best of my ability. I never do anything slapdash. Nothing not even sling. Everything's to the best of my ability. That's because our by integrity. So do the best old times and the bad don't do best. I've go start over again. Because i've let myself and i don't want to let my life any longer letting myself down because when i do it myself i'm not letting other people don't believe Told me brenda off to. This'll be call now for the iot power life and now you've managed to turn it right you've got your education a degree you always hard for. And that's determination as well as lots. There's lots of precarious says can put in just listening to you but we just kinda move forward. Now how did he move forward if your life after that. The turnaround for what you know where you are now. It's the point we are now so you know. So it's not all teaching A permanent job you supply teaching The detroit so patrons so you started that a couple years again. Any place shooting byan So and someone a new soul. My passion hugged teachable. Is we need some determine what ms special needs..
"brenda " Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast
"These stiffer bliss creative. Our girls start as a month-long virtual program to build awareness for stem science technology engineering and math. The goal is to show children and families that estimates is everywhere to promote equal access to computer science education girls misrepresentative these twenty first century skills talk. This work rains from right lines of code of computer programming to building functioning robots. This emphasis on computer. Science is made possible by curricular activities found on websites like code dot word girls who code microbusiness name a few navigate. These activities can be overwhelming. Some teachers struggle with the process of incorporating computer science traditional curriculum reading writing math science. My good friend. Brenda bass is not only expert at these immigration. She's also an amazing educator trains and supports teachers to deliver computer science initiatives. I met brendan when i was a digital learning specialist and she was my mentor as a newly hired employees. Trying to meet a train. Elementary school teachers have technology integration. For our school district. I saw her brilliance with students and teachers i as she shows me and my colleagues hoda connect with computer science with various subjects. And this episode. We speak to brandon about ways to integrate. Computer science answer the traditional curriculum engaging classroom activities and resources for teachers. Like we always do about this time. Let's collaborate communicate educate educate is in the world. Right here on flipboard podcast. Welcome back flipboard. This is your favorite coast coach. Jeffrey and i have another amazing gifts this week. My good friend brenda bass brenda. Welcome to the show to be here tonight. Brenda tell list an audience a little bit about yourself for thirty two year screen is great. Great the ninth grade computer out of the peter technologist for sixteen years curriculum technology. Dds bachelor digital learning especially that inland in eighteen. And they're working. Every non profit organization called buddha anaheim am a professional development danger. We're actually little all over the united states and train teachers how to teach their students computer. Coding i met you again. I was always amazed. At your level of knowledge we were both elementary digital. Learning specialists and for being is the river that i was hurt when we all got disbanded. But i've always stayed in touch with you and just you and a group and artist appreciate people coming on the show. Some of our listeners may not be familiar would distemper. Can you talk to us a little bit. About december at some of the stem activities. That goes along with it. Sure is one of my favorite. Anytime you coded. My favorite month details the focus from bringing in computer coding students and family all over the world. It was originally started by a group creates a cre- girls interest and engagement and gm and on their website look at their website. They have thirty two days than planned around. Which does from december first of all the way through january. I am honored things that are happening. That's my next week is computer education week which is december seventh through the thirteenth to wait dot. Weren't even find out more information there. We have our code. Our code is december the eight and matter of fact a couple of coating on december the eight four co dot org mark even the buddha getting involved in the exchequer. This coating challenges that we offering to our district and we're also offering a live session through facebook on december eight and nine just to teach building weapons so one through to a dance party and then we have one for three. Three is a beat box. She washes dunes. Learn the code. What is the big deal about the couch. The letter just reading and writing and at how author teaching coating number one in house from stopping overcome failures by teaching perseverance pursue. Michael may not work. But hey i can take a look at it and i can debugging why creativity it allows do not create things that they're interested in. Do you know how many projects thing unicorns and collaboration programming is a great example kindergarten class in colorado springs and we did reverse. We had air programming. So i had to student we use. The driver is a person with a dubai and the navigator at the box during the ones that kind of health and jail to others. What to do. I had the navigator. They didn't screen and then the driver in their partner but they had to back to the spring and we looked at reverse engineering and which they looked at project that just play over known. We focused on one one character. What is doing how you started which direction it standing. And so they would tell their partner. Okay sorry not background so in remote engineering you want somebody to create or replicate that project as close as you can that one of the computers bridge skill and strategy that collaboration is very work and number. One know my mom was going. Because i've seen you in action and little kids love you to death. They love you to death. And i just note that activity was probably just amazing and something else i wanna share to You also work with my sign and you're a muslim school at one time can always tell okay schmear. Try this out so he even but don't you want my guinea pigs love like since you so i just want to tell you. Thank you know that you really get it. What you do so went. Should students start learning how to code. We start kindergarten. And i even have one that started with their preaching to garden students. Honey i use a swim on word my lessons and and so you can see one day or reporting and i'm looking at the floor. I had students students off the floor but with that symbol. You can see him. Shows that a girl at the age of six has already gotten ideas that to do things that are likely end. Starting students we're raging thorough rock. The region cornered excellent so if a teacher who has no support or structure of starting like code club or like a code and camp or working in standard one resources. Can you recommend for that teacher..
"brenda " Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women
"You are struggling with your career especially in this insane crisis please reach out to us find me on twitter and linked in or through our website. I do career coaching. I have folks who can work with you no matter what stage you're in or what industry you're in. Please ask for help. You are not alone. Brenda darden wilkinson. Joined anita borg as ceo about four years ago after seven years bringing computer science training to the chicago public schools that program. This is so cool with so successful. That president obama a chicago native. She's in chicago modeled. The education department's for all program on brenda's. I love it fabulous. Brenda has also taught computer science in college. And i am thrilled to have brenda darden. Wilkinson on green connections radio. Thank you brenda for being here. I'm so excited. Thank you so much for having me joan. This is so amazing to be here with you today. Thank you so look you start here. What do you think is the biggest hurdle for women in technology today while that is a great question and it's one that it'd be easy to really give you broad definition but to try to boil it down and you know this might be controversial to some people but i think it is the same underpinnings of many of the other challenges that we face in our society steer empower longtime ago once The men found out how amazing computer science was. Because i believe that it was created by the women if we go back and look at the history that's uncovered. The women were the ones that were the most instrumental in. And so before. If you think about before we had physical computers computers were people's in fact. There's a book called when computers were human. That discusses this. And if you were to look at the history you would see pictures of women in rooms in rose sitting behind those big gawky calculators that they used to have decades go making the computing calculations and actually. The computers were built to do the things that these women were doing. And the interesting thing was that was thought to be clerical until all of a sudden the power of it was recognized by the men. And that's when the that's when that power shift occurred so at the at its core is wow this. This was something that as we know has become the thing that impacts absolutely everything about our lives. And that's when that shift occurred and the men begin to take credit for it And coming from education the educational systems once there was a computer. Science subject began to put the gate up that kept the women out so the initial computer scientists who actually were named computer..
"brenda " Discussed on Crimeatorium
"Had for Brenda. Braun also blamed Brenda for keeping Allen from being fully engaged in the ideologies that Ron Dan had adopted. Diana ended up divorcing Ron and moving their six kids to Florida. Dan moved out of the home he shared with Matilda and the three girls and they divorced as well. Down Ron went on an extended trip together and Ron's green and Paulo wagon. At times practically living in it. On July twenty, four th of Nineteen eighty-four Dan Ron Ricky NAP and chip kearns to men that the brothers had picked up hitchhiking in their travels. Loaded up knives Assad off shotgun and ammunition. And headed to Allen and Eric Kaz duplex. They arrived at around one thirty and pulled into the driveway. It was noted that Brandis car was there. Ron Got out and went up to the door alone. He was carrying the sawed off shotgun up his right hand sleeved and the knife in his boot. Run opened the screen door and knocked several times. There was no answer. Dan was relieved thinking this was a test of faith from God and that they didn't really have to go through with it. They had passed the test much like Abraham of the Old Testament. Ron Shrugged and got back into the car. Dan. Drove about a block and a half away when he claimed he was overcome by a weird feeling that he should go back to ellen and Brenda's. That perhaps. He was the one that was supposed to fulfill this revelation from God. Dan turn the car towards Allen and brand does an pulled into the driveway once again. Dan stepped out of the car and knocked on the door. This time Brenda answered. He began by asking her where Allen was and she stated that he was at work. Dan Rea called that he was silently talking to God and wondering what to do next. After a few seconds, he pushed past Brenda and entered the duplex. Brenda must have known that whatever was going to happen was going to end badly. As her words to Dan work out. I knew you were going to do something that nobody could stop. Unquote. Ron. Eventually made his way into the duplex and saw what was going on. Dan Had Brenda pinned to the floor. She tried to reason with both of them sang shoe do anything they wanted and begged them not to hurt her baby Ron began punching brandon in the face trying to knock her out to subdue her all the while calling her a bitch, an Aligarh. She managed to get up and run into the kitchen where the sheer terror and blows to the face caused her to faint. Dan, asked Ron cut the cord from the vacuum. He then took that cord and at around Brendon's neck twice and tied it in a not. An with the knife that round had handed to him. He Slit Brendan's throat. While the struggle mayhem was going on nap and Kearns were waiting in the car. They were able to hear some of the commotion then it suddenly quieted down. They became nervous about being involved in this crime and contemplated leaving with the car. But after some reasoning decided against it. Dan Walk down the hall. He had never been to Brandon Allen's home before and claim the spirit led him into baby Erica's room. Dan Guests, the Eric must have thought he was her daddy. As they both had beards and their voices sounded similar. How dreadful is that that? If she did think this was her daddy. Dan Talk. Erica saying quote. I'm not sure what this is all about, but apparently it is God's will that you leave the world. Perhaps. We can talk about it later on quote. Dan held onto Erica's little head. And placed the knife on her neck. And slice it with enough force that it nearly decapitated.
"brenda " Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"brenda " Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is this Brenda Lee Rockin around the Christmas trees it is a bill left is off today and I'm Linda Schneider day Neil is enough for bill and we have Jane monster is here we were talking about decorating we're gonna do the tree topper talk but first a great idea to one nine says some several members of our family have taken to putting up their tree before thanksgiving and decorating it with turkeys and pine cones in orange feathers we all refer to them as thanks miss trees thank I think it's great and they just swap out the order right and you don't have to do all the work right after thanksgiving the tree is up you just swap out the ordinance where you're swapping out your table I enjoy that tree topper we're doing a quick poll what do you have okay so I think we we switch it we have like either rotates transtar an angel there are so many really cool ones out there that I have seen that I like on that score but that I have a problem with the treat you can't hold it you know it's like two heavy Forder like learn greens you know you're so you kind of got to be careful unless there's some sort of you know special stabilizer I'm sure there is but you know those sometimes the ceramic angels are a little bit too heavy for the tree I do a big huge bowl but I've been doing that for years so I really want to switch it up when I was a three time I'm looking around at all their tree toppers and so we're gonna talk tree toppers over there on Saturday the twenty third what do you do when they we do a star it's kind of I don't know how to describe the wire star so it's not very heavy but it's still kind of have so little men and they never make the top of the tree like sturdy enough for any of these when I was growing up we had like this beautiful finial that just it was so pretty it it was turquoise and pain can just very multi colored and that went on top of my tree when I was growing up when I was a little kid I don't know where that video to it in the attic somewhere they probably broke because some of those ornaments like years ago or just so delicate and but did the funny thing is that once I pull out that are really old and they're they're really broken in half I still put on the tree yeah I think some of it's a little bit of gloom fixing it honey is that it's all it's because I like the pet situation we've had you know dogs are little dogs that want to jump up and grab stuff in the in the trees can be pretty enticing you know with all the things going on and then if you have those very fragile kind of old ornaments that you don't want there's always like man down you know like you're always gonna lose some people you know you gotta break some eggs in order to make it right there's always like an inventory taken at the end of the season how many are gone or you can take those old ornaments and put him in sort of a clear bowl and use that as like a table topper I've done that to say are you can purchase the old ornaments a lot of times it like an antique store and then you just arrangement a bowl little decorative Christmas balls or if it's really old you look at that ornament say thank you so much for all the memories you've given me and then you just drop it in the trash and buy new ones what Marie Kondo Marie Kondo like everything for me sparks joined on to get rid of anything but some times I'm like okay I need to part ways with us is a gene is it okay and now they have one you know where you can kind of capture the essence of those kind of big multi colored lights that we all sort of grew up well I love those new P. lights when I know right yeah were you exactly exactly where you feel like you need to keep those but they're they're just such a pain because I remember there was times when I was little we had to kind of find which was the culprit because one went out then they all went out right yeah but now they make ones that are brand new kind of state of the art probably energy efficient not so deadly but they look old but those new people to listen to this another trend you're finding them on trees so I love that look it said so fantastic look I was so surprised to see it because I remember those being outside or just a label of all days but now they make new.
"brenda " Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"So it's part of the culture, it's a polar of of their program. So I love the idea that if you know, that's the culture, you're a predator. You're not gonna go to Stanford. That's just commonsense. Right. Predators hunt where there allows away with it. So if you know, there's a culture of accountability, you're not going there. You're gonna go to a different school where you think you can get away with it. Right. That's what the experts say. They do find places where they know people are likely to protect the institution over the morality of the people. Absolutely, absolutely. That's been proven a million times over that predators onto where they can get away with it. So and and not only that. But then, you know, the team, you know, they're wearing set the expectation t shirts they have risk being the Stanford. They're going to take back the night. So getting involved it's becoming a thing that spreading the culture is spreading across the campus now, and so that's the other thing. Right. If you're a predator, and you go to a party on call on the college campus, but there's a couple of guys from the football team there. Right. You're probably not gonna hundred that party either you're gonna leave because you know, that those guys are the ones that have said, I'm in a sense. I see something I'm gonna say something something people on my campus. Are this is not happening on my campus had that coaching? How those people bring especially put both players it changes things and predators door their places. And because of that people are safe. Yeah. Well, it's it's such important work that you're doing we could talk forever. But we're out of time. I really I was inspired by you connecting with coach Riley and changing his perspective and being able to forgive an and an involve him in the solution. And just if for those who obviously might not ever have a chance to go see Brenda speak at a school. Like, I said there's a really fantastic ringer article. From last year, there's a couple of great ones from this year as well, including one on the athletic, and, but there's a great ringer article about the work that she does and get getting into detail about her story as well that I would highly recommend and then your petition is at change dot org slash NCWA. Everyone can go check that out too. Thanks so much for for coming on the show. I really I'm just so impressed by the work. You're doing you're so important. Thank you. Thank you so much for having me. I really appreciate you giving out for tuning to kinda elevate my voice in the message, and the mission could really believe that you know, if we all work together, we can change this. It's not it's not impossible. We really can't do it. Yeah. I agree. It's just a slogging through. Right. Get getting through to. Needed that need need to be told. Thanks, Brenda Lee predate it, thank you so much. Oh and another thing this week. That's what she read is the story that I mentioned a couple times in my interview with Brenda, Tracy. It's by Katie Strang, and it was posted back in September of twenty eighteen the headline is by sharing her story. Sexual assault survivor, Brenda Tracy makes an impact across the country. It just incredibly well written story that gets even more into detail. Exactly what happened with brenda's assault and the various ways in which she was failed by the system, by coaches by those around her and how she has taken her own at times hopelessness and turned it into a cause. And it's really worth reading again by Katie Strang in the ethnic. And it's a headline is by sharing her story. Sexual assault survivor, Brenda Tracy makes an impact across the country. Thanks as always for lasting. About an hour with me. That's what she said.