15 Burst results for "Caroline Burns"

"caroline burns" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

05:31 min | 6 d ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"Our next guest is caroline burns. This show comes from ventura. California and caroline's the artistic director of the rubicon theatre company in ventura california and welcome caroline. Thank you thank you nice to be with you show. How are you guys holding up over there with the all the fun stuff going on in the world. Well it's a little lonely. We miss seeing people in the lobby and in the theater but it's But we're doing fine. You know. I mean we're we're blessed are all healthy and we've been able to continue to do some streaming theater and to offer podcasts and that type of entertainment but we're really looking forward to getting back to live theater. Yes indeed we all are so we're going to hear about you and your father today. I'm going to turn this over to carter little here about your father caroline. Thanks so much for joining us today. Pleasure so we're going to hear a story that already has a title. Would you tell us the title. Yes while the tidal is the great santini goes to disneyland and a little bit about that raynal. That's so intriguing. Well my my father. When i was growing up and when siblings and i were growing up was very strict and he had been a marine captain. he was still in the reserves much of our childhood and he was I think he'd live probably sort of wild childhood a lot on his own but i think he wanted to make sure that his children did not use very strict about you know when we could start dating when we could drive a car when we could even go to the movies with friends and their parents driving so he was always very strict with us and he was also strict about exercise and when i saw the movie the great santini with robert duvall m my father's bald and he looks a little like robert duvall really like a cross between robert duvall and rainy I think and You know he was very athletic. And kind of have marine captains build but Because of how disciplined taff he was with us when we were growing up. When i saw the movie the great santini. I think i cried buckets and Thought of my father. At least at that time and i li- as as being similar to that character and the story is about. Am my father coming to california and taking me to disneyland as an adult. Oh the opposites of a great santini. Taking child's at disneyland in this case the great santini taking an adult daughter to disneyland. Right right right.

robert duvall santini disneyland California today ventura california caroline caroline burns rainy raynal rubicon theatre
"caroline burns" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:23 min | 10 months ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Been told that we have a mystery guest who wants to ask the questions of the mystery guest and see if they could come up with the correct answer Tom go ahead once well let's just start out with it we do voice recognition hello Mister guess how are you today it's not Brent Jones hi it's kind of a game they return a text every now and again would you well this is my way of returning a tax I mean go let's go about it is that they did shoot me a text there once it all make make me feel like you still have my number or you're not looking at all right takes going all that well but I did want to text you and say I don't know so I said you know obviously you know see if I can just step two they have a line in and get on so so here I am I'm I'm open to whatever you guys are talking about and I hope it's not about baseball well what do you think about all the talk about so when we talk about basically it's funny cut you into you and Tommy T. here have something very much in common well I guess sort of no no longer we could the beautiful new granddaughters right well you know was of yeah no the on my granddaughters nine nine months old I think time yours is a little younger than that yeah I think she's Camille is three months old yeah so anyway there's a hole in what we do they're always we didn't do it intentionally we kind of did it accidentally when the soul quarantine starts we quarantined with them you know my daughter her husband and and so that meant we could just do everything the five of us together and it really just kind of made this whole if it's possible to read the quarantine fun you know this is this isn't fun for us all because you know for us it's been noted my daughter's thirty so it's been thirty years since we had to do with diapers and you know you know we've got yeah I mean almost okay leaders we gonna look like it's looking at well I hope but does so that's kind of the way it should be and and you know what well you know hopefully although there's signs that in some places it's getting worse before it gets better we just have to be smart we hope that it gets better where we live yeah some people have a hard time with the smart part of that equation yeah I and I don't know if it's stubbornness or you're just going against the grain and but you know I saw today our governor said what masks are mandatory yep yep which you know again I don't think that the first time I put a mask on my glasses fogged up unless I thought you were going to give us a tip because it yeah I'm having that same problem as well okay Google how to fix this they're like well when you get up in the morning you need to do what your glasses will I don't even know what it is but I'm not doing that I'm not it's work now so every time I go I could go off of but every time I go I just shop through fog Rufford mill what you doing for example Cisco yes I do in games at candlestick you just well yeah no problem with that it is good to hear I just checked Twitter lately are we eligible coastal some kind of a deal or not I don't want I do well I mean it seems like we are seems like we're not seeing who knows the the play the owners thought they had something with the sixty the players did what they should do they came back with seventy so they cut a check the owners but you would think that they would meet somewhere in the middle at sixty five or outlook listen we're going to baseball so it's either going to be fifty games sixty five games for sixty days which is you know the the last owners proposal so I mean that that's that's it but I mean listen considering where we were just a couple of days ago there's a lot more optimism from people you know that we all you know read and read and respect there's a lot more optimism now than there was a couple weeks ago so it's going to happen it's just a matter of a couple of you know it's just a matter of ten fifteen games well I think it should be when this happens and I agree I think they'll agree on a number but then I I think it's great for you guys because you have to talk about this every day is you have to talk about something other than an agreement to get to talk about what will the roster look like and what will the roster look like after twenty games because let's say you start a unified well the roster look a lot different it's fifteen and five then five in fifteen you know one of the only bars start to play a lot more if you're fired in fifteen minutes here fifteen five they will dialects on jelly will he be part of the expanded roster whether it's fifty or sixty and that's what you guys get to talk about I think that that's way more interesting than what's going on right now you're gonna have sixteen teams can make post season but I don't care how bad you think the team is if they get off to a good start then they got a job to be in that pool I do love it okay as as somebody who played both leagues what do you think about a universal B. H. yeah I mean look up but my very first play ball luncheon in nineteen eighty two so I don't know but you know I go through the American land nationally hello did you guys remember one of our reporters Caroline burns yeah sure yeah but it's a total of burns at the luncheon she stands up and she said I got a question for doing type work what's the difference in your opinion between the American League in the nationally in my answer that gave yes my answer might borrow the dentures are much harder it does lead to a new player in the American League early on in the National League we server is a utility guy you're not gonna play in the American League you're not and and I think I feel for those guys who they're not good enough to miss the starter but they can get into a game as a pinch hitter or a double switch that's going to be gone then your bench is going to be a lot different you know you're gonna look for guys that can hit the ball the part or run like crazy and a great example is is not one billion adults in on your team with the D. H. because we could go into the game at the age of nine and you know you got a guy to get some first you can trust me you'll second valuation roll so it's going to change it's not just does it hit home runs that are gonna be on your roster it's going to be guys that really specialize in other things as well can be exciting can be exciting we we've we've it's been so long type to you know I mean some of some I think many of us have if you if you have we all I'm guessing because of the game but there's a bunch of a lot of people out there that man they really miss it at this point and in in the you know what I love all the sports come backer great the baseball is a little different in my opinion because it is daily and for older people it's a it's a companion on the radio or on television and it's.

Tom Brent Jones
"caroline burns" Discussed on We The People

We The People

07:46 min | 11 months ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on We The People

"Keys bio and discovered the today's his birthday happy birthday. I'm glad to celebrate with you educating the public about the constitution. Way to spend your birthday. There are a whole bunch of questions about the balance between the rights of protesters and the need to maintain public order crystal. Gaskin asks wire. The rights of protesters repeatedly being denied their first amendment rights nationwide. Can you give us a broad sense of what the law of protests is broadly we? I think we all know that the readers in the First Amendment of the rights protected there. Their others is right of assembly you have. Have a right to assemble to peacefully assemble The government can play certain regulations that they can make. They can regulate the time the place and the manner of the of the assembly as long as they do so in a manner, which is content neutral. For example they can have one set of regulations in time place or manner for folks, espousing point of view that the government might favor and another set of regulations which are more onerous for folks heard. Advocating, point of view, the government disfavors within that. Basically, the right of assembly is protected. We'll go one step further and the note that in terms of civil suit in this came up in the. Mr Baptists case that many people familiar with. In terms of civil liability right of assembly also there, but they're the writer. Semblance really deals with a matter of public concern. If folks going on the street because they're concerned for example, large family is concerned that uncle. Johnny gave on Monaco. The T sat nicer garden at you. Organize for around that. That is not the kind of assembly. The First Amendment extends to. Very interesting and without commenting on particular cases when Ken, the please shut. Peaceful protests in order to protect the public safety of public officials, let's basically a Wendy purchased against conduct trace, a clear and present danger of a substantial evils of the government's entitled to guard against then the government can step in and. Do what they have to do to eliminate or minimize that danger again it has to be in a way which is content neutral, so if they're armed folks on one side of the street that are identified as being left wing, and our own folks on the right side of the street that are identifies being right way and just. Tension going back and forth in conflict, and it looks like fistfights. We're GONNA break out. The police can step in and stop that they can't stop it by simply restraining the people on the left side of the street. They have to also restrained people outside of the street or pose various whether they can't get to one another, which would probably be the better way to do it? That's very important, but there does as you said have to be a clear and present danger on the standard test for restricting speech from the Brandenburg cases there has to be. Imminent risk of substantial evil and the speech has to be both intended to unlikely to produce that imminent rescue. You can't step in without an actual threat of disruption of. We'll add to that the fact that piece speech assembly, which is otherwise lawful. May Have the effect of creating anger or stability were provoking people that does not remove the cloak of protection from that speech. A police need to do what they have to to protect speakers situations. That is the Westminster Baptist. Church case It is not the fact that people are offended by the speech at how onerous the speeches! Provocative. It might be in fact in that. Jason I can't remember who voted I think she says she says Roberts said. In fact, the most effective speeches, oftentimes the most provocative speech, so we don't have what's called the Heckler's veto. The person hearing space cannot intercede or be aroused and become a in their by but most of these were gag on the people who are otherwise peacefully assembling. James Kline asks does one have a right to peaceably assemble if it would violate a curfew? If it's generalized Griffey actually publisher to get into that because we have a curfew in Philadelphia and I can see those cases coming to me, so let me leave that one alone, okay? Beth George are pleased permitted to use force of peaceful protesters are protesting after the time of curfew in new. York and seeing the different demographic neighborhoods are being treated differently more harshly, the Bronx versus those in downtown Manhattan. But when you get into differential treatments, there, you do have a problem. And the state has a problem. They can't differentially people if they have to exercise force to enforce a curfew, I don't know what you mean by force whether it's a escorting the person off the street if it's like up them. I don't know that gets very murky area. They can't enforce curfew again. They've got to do it in a new way. That doesn't mean that the curfew is are enforcing the black and Puerto. Rican, neighborhoods not enforced in the white neighborhoods that would be motion for a for an injunction to stop back. dualistic behavior, and give us a broad sense of what the Fourth Amendment Law excessive force is. How does the Constitution the please base? That's reasonable. Reasonable in the context of the circumstances and the officer. In in that takes in all of the considerations. It can fact you're in. Her boy says the crowd is how many people were around. A physical positioning is officer position where the back is to the war, the backstroke vehicle and they can't safely pull out of Bataan or can't get to the pepper spray or the freight. If they beat for the pepper spray, there's going to be attacked, but it's got a reasonable can't be based upon sphere. Let's say irrational, but that kind. Kind of contradicts by said at the beginning. Because when you start from the assumption of the level of which we're all trained to view black folks, that's more dangerous. Then argue that directing reasonably when they act too quickly to use force becomes successive. That's not what I'm talking about by the officer I can reasonably I'm talking about an objective kind of reasonable this not a subjective kind of reasonable this. There is the famous case of excessive force Tennessee. Garner case, which says that it's not reasonable to use deadly force to stop someone who's fleeing. Tell us more about that was exactly. Someone is running the wedding way. It's no wonder the reason for using for would be to protect oneself possibly to affect your weight illegal arrest. Someone is running away. There's no need to act to protect yourself of your an officer against probably a little bit trickier. When you get into or night, you can do that, too. Effects Rate RASP. I think loss pretty clear that you can't do it through other means by what you've gotta try to affect rate that arrest. You can't just. 'cause a body of rock when you get into fleeing felons, and they sent you which you can use deadly force at brand of fleeing felon. That is again something that I just A. Gordon I probably should should not get into that. Series of questions about your really powerful comments about unconscious bias, Caroline Burns says I believe are taught, not imprinted since birth. Give us a sense of your thoughts about how best to combat the conscious by. Is that you describe but I think I. We have to be worried that their and when I say imprinted I would view imprinting as a kind of teaching, so I don't mean teaching in terms of from us. Is Imprinting, call that. Teaching is kind of collective social teaching, but we unless we recognize that there. We can't fight them. The studies that I talked about with shooters bias have also shown many of them that when officers are shown, they sent the worst..

officer Gaskin Puerto Mr Baptists Westminster Baptist writer Wendy Ken Caroline Burns Brandenburg Johnny York James Kline A. Gordon Beth George Monaco Manhattan Jason Griffey
"caroline burns" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"At it here and Jim Jim yeah yeah that's what I did was Carolyn Carolyn o'byrne was your name Caroline burning yeah the name of the book was gut instinct it's available like on eBay like sixteen Bucks you know Caroline that will be noted they were just like online we'll probably just online airland been burns B. why are any Caroline burn okay got it okay Hey all what would you serve the yes I bought the book then the systematic code on the I heart since then I've had mixed reviews I mean it worked it worked great for me it did okay because I had several people call and say they tried it didn't work so yeah it's already been miserable for last few years with the same three commercials when im me just flat out miserable it's not change that now I get to hear all the sponsors in the did like a hundred percent room yeah thank you very much for that so what about do do you do you just went into your settings and type there are punched in like a Cincinnati of the zip code right yeah I just put in the downtown the forty five zero two okay Thursday at four thirty back normally it came right up and been working fine ever since I'll be darned okay all this all those the timing the timing all fixed now and like the dog appeared axle of your sponsors that we never heard before we run the other way I'll be darned okay good deal all right well thank you much good to hear from you there Tim Jim okay you too take care the safe out there Hey Hey I want to get back to the the one trillion dollar figure that someone was asking about earlier that this was an interesting scenario if you spent one dollar per second in one day's time you'd spend eighty six thousand four hundred over the course of a year spending would come to more than thirty one point five million dollars at that rate of spending it would take you over thirty two thousand years to spend one trillion dollars thirty two thousand years at one dollar per second now that's a figure you say demon to get Jalen black I take thirty to about your I go right out of power I'm trying to remember as listed in the McConnell on the way home yesterday he said something like this something they can do if you were born when Jesus Christ was born and India spent like a million dollars a day it would take another seven hundred years from today to spend it yeah I have like a million dollars a day so it's that sounds about right I was gonna take thirty two thousand years at a dollar per second that's that's asked it's unbelievable and then yeah it is but I stopped out pick the challenges three hundred million you know you got thirty days to spend thirty million dollars but but but yeah I got I got a story to tell you here real quick and this is how stupid people are reminder which topics he works for a doctor she's been dating to central and she's got the underlying conditions yesterday about roads that lead but they're going to use every day and a family of five they were waiting for everyone and everything and one of the most common and everything but what I was waiting on the phone right wonderful training it was the problem but they had the chance that one of the positive for gold in nineteen here they are out in the eye doctor but five of yeah the family out here now doctor clinic while out so yeah so naturally now they they tell them you know they call they they were positive reading but having a close out our account yeah then everybody is are these are these people just oblivious to what's going on they don't understand if you get if you can if you're sick if you think you might have it let alone be diagnosed with you're supposed to quarantine what the hell they were if they were tested yesterday or whatever yeah they should've never been out they should have it at home if they thought they had it they should have been yeah I want to eat at home I well I just it makes my blood boil I'm a little bit is getting about what's going on everything but you know if somebody's got it they should definitely be out there you know and there's there's a lot more people that are roaming around really what I should be up these places are all locked down I have been a great Pennsylvania in Virginia not that intimacy bound I'm a tell you like it like rush hour traffic apart like this morning that many cars out out in the Walmart you go by parking lots are packed full at six o'clock in the morning I walked into a love's truck stop there was more people walk around private park cars are coming there I like really it just it amazes me well I I just I'm serrated Allman taken isolate myself idiots out here take a break right yeah I'm on my way home here pretty quick but I'm not going home by Julie that warranty myself or not but it just aggravates me out we got to be out here go I don't think nobody cares they do that gal okay we we have no protections we've got to be out there we go lucky to have a job we're looking we're not sitting at home but yeah it's not that cold deal with you like I said there's there's there are stupid people out there that's why this is never going to end up they don't stop I mean you take one person in a family of five okay that whole families probably going to be with it but then they turn around they spread it the old doctor's office to people don't understand that I mean like I said I'm not scared I'm concerned about coming back and if I get it I'm happier now I now we don't have a whole lot of Texas but I just wash my hands like I always have that's what it's made but I'm assuming there's millions of people that have never wipe there but in the past I guess you know and in normal times nobody wipes is that what's going on I don't know I don't load all one local paper Ohio I know you all got at least fifty seven honor roll also put that so many people need so much toilet paper right now I just I don't know I figured it out yeah that tornado hit Mississippi United company yes house yeah you know my sister lives in the same town there my sister is both pagers it went right over our house four touchdowns went on over to Tishomingo yeah so she said watch out come over and it literally slipped out the back door you can see it coming down so some of the pictures look to the dollar general's leveled but it was a tree out of it what a whole lot so we didn't see the devastation like we did in Nashville right looks like that was that was a pretty large destructive tornado yeah the video somewhere of that tornado thank you Sir you're so cute email I got but I mean somebody did have actually have it on that came out of it was a police cruiser the storm chaser what it was but there is one video out there of that tornado yesterday but I guess very soon all right I guess yeah I heard you say something that will go he he didn't die you know I I you know get Jerry sent me the picture and then when I saw this and I saw the pictures of hot yeah I remember them hell yeah you know just the images so I did I did put the little post up there he did respond to that he said he's he's on the one on the road to recovery just a little set back but I guess he said I'll be I'll be back out right now again so I'm ready to get over route nine little bit I feel I got three hundred seventy miles on I've had a few years the exactly what I figured out that I'm just changing jobs from home every weekend so it is over the road stuff the only three days but it is over the road no more yeah this out back as well not long you could pay the bills right right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but.

Carolyn Carolyn o'byrne eBay Caroline Jim Jim
"caroline burns" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"Some rodents neat all right J. It's been a long time since you've had who's that noisy all all right guys. Last week I played this noisy. We think of that nobody needs a tune-up does sound like something that needs a tune-up rollercoaster. Wow Wow interesting that you say that because Caroline Burns also agrees she she said Hey guys. This week's noisy sounds very much like an old fashioned wooden roller coaster climbing a hill She says that she remembers her and her sister being traumatized by the Yankee cannonball at Kenobi Lake Park because it rattled so much she's thought it was gonNA fall apart. We still have an operational wooden roller coaster here in Connecticut at Eh compounds that's right. I wrote it a few years ago. It's it's a fast and furious. It is and there's a couple of times during that that ride where you're like I'm GONNA get killed. Yeah wouldn't coach Yes so Caroline Burns represents about one hundred people who route it was roller coaster. It does sound like one and you know. Look as I say with. WHO's that noisy? It's remarkable how many things sound like other things. The context is pretty much everything in other guests. Extra an Zana Regret Zan von Ackermann. Yeah because usually short for Zander Mandar. Yeah that's a cool name says greeting skeptics. Lots of clunking some humming and such. I'm guessing this is a winch of someone for something like an anchor on a ship or raising a bridge as a side. No I agree that you are indeed a bastard of the tricky variety. Okay well thanks Dan. I am a tricky bastard. Note this is not Winch raising a bridge or an anchor to a ship. But I would love to hear those noises and I bet you they sound exactly like a roller coaster gone bench like like sound and I almost gave up. I'm like I don't even know if I'm going to go through all these emails because they're all exactly the same and then like Hans. John's Golden God. I love this man because he figured it out high Jay. This sounds like a a windmilling jet engine. And that's what it is he. I said I love you guys my girlfriend and we always listen to the show together. As soon as it comes out best regards from Amsterdam Hans von Golden. This guy was like a ray of sunshine. They see of. WHO's that noisy wrong guesses? Thank God and so this guys is this was sent in by a listener named Craig Jacobson. This noise is This was from the person who sent it. And this is the sound of wind blowing through a cold jet engine. The engine is wind milling. The clicking noise is the loose fitting from turbine blades rattling around the engine center shaft. The blades when cold are designed to have a lot of play when cold. That's the way he wrote it where they mount onto the engine center shaft as the engine starts the centrifugal force throws the blades out and they can self centered and self balanced the shaft and blades also heat up rapidly expand and they lock the locks them into place very cool. Never even heard of it windmilling. If I heard any plane that I got into do do any of this before I knew what it was I would have been very very upset and probably walking off of that plane. I have a new noisy for you guys though alright right proven. This noisy was sent in by a listener named Michael Schmidt. And before I play the noisy I want to tell people that I endeavour in two thousand twenty to warn you if a noisy is going to be you screechy or irritating in any way if I forget or I don't agree that this particular noisy is he needs a warning. I'm very sorry but I will try to give people a heads up next time because sometimes people say hey it would have been nice if you said something like hey watch out. This noisy is about to screw you out of a your driver's seat. You know what I mean like I gotta remember that people are driving and doing all sorts of different stuff. Yeah your driver got so anyway. This next noisy is is not a bad boys two really cool noisy and my only hint. This which won't help much but that this this noisy goes on for minutes a morning they play about thirty seconds of it but it keeps doing the same thing that it's doing here which is basically a varying degree of the same team ready inheritance..

Caroline Burns Winch Connecticut Kenobi Lake Park Amsterdam Hans Zander Mandar Michael Schmidt Jay Hans Craig Jacobson Dan John
"caroline burns" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The north to pressure the White House to make concessions in nuclear talks which had been in a deep freeze south Korea's military together with the United States is monitoring the area for more launches Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave is called the launcher threat to the region and beyond telling reporters his government will work closely with South Korea and the U. S. to monitor the situation Iraqi security forces have shot dead at twenty eight protesters and one of the deadliest days in that country since protests began last month CBS correspondent Kemi McCormack reports the U. S. is watching the developments with growing concern the trump administration has repeatedly criticized the Iraqi government for using deadly force against the protesters it's considering what actions it can take against those involved but that would be a complicated decision with US forces still in the country these protests began over anger about corruption in the economy but they've increasingly turned into a revolt against Iranian influence in Iraq at least three hundred fifty people have died since October first one thousands of protesters first took to the streets thanksgiving is here and thanksgiving will goal but the turkeys well they'll remain WBZ's scare and regal as this report respect the turkeys that is the message of a Brookline artist who was inspired by the last decades wild Turkey invasion of her town Caroline burns says she admires are turkeys moxie will steer you down and take over your yard and she makes posters of that attitude for example a likeness of three turkeys as the three terrors a report put out directions which do suggestions how to handle working counters and one little don't don't look at them which I thought was pretty cool area Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio you know Americans spend more than six billion dollars online on Black Friday last year and believe it or not this year we are expected to spend even more well see that's editor at large Jian share has some tips on how we can get the most of all that money I highly recommend you create a list of what you're after because some always real you can kick in and you might buy more than you planned so that's number one number two is that Amazon for example as a credit card that gives you an extra amount off when you buy from them so if you're planning to stick to one or two stores it might be worth considering getting one of their cards another thing is that their online tools like honey H. O. any white just like the food another one is called camel camel camel that's the word camel three times both of them were actually tell you the price history of what you're looking at so camel camel camel works for Amazon honey works for the rest of the internet pretty much and that way you're able to tell if you're getting a good deal and then finally of course seen that we keep track of all the best deals in the tech world she can always come to us for all that is analysts say these are the average discounts you can expect online nearly nine percent off toys fourteen percent off computers seventeen percent discounts off of television sets well if you have money to burn this thanksgiving meal might be for you it's at the old homestead steak house in New York City and we get the details for mark may feel it comes with a gold painted gold flakes and the gold dust of Turkey's Spanish bacon that runs twelve hundred dollars a pound Japanese strawberries it'll set you back two hundred and fifty dollars for a dozen caviar at sixteen hundred dollars an ounce and many many more over the top delicacies how about a one hundred and twenty five dollar loaf of bread the meal comes with a few extras though that Jack up the price even more like Superbowl tickets a yacht cruise and a pair of iPhone eleven promax smart phones I'm mark me field if you are not a jolly old elf you should not be trying to enter a house through the chimney that lesson learned by teenage girl in Phoenix got stuck in her chimney last night authorities say the seventeen year old was locked out of her home last night and try to climb in through the chimney firefighters say she became stock above the flu and used a phone to call them your main contact with rescue personnel for the approximately forty five minutes it took for firefighters to climb under that roof and eventually lift the girl out you're.

White House south Korea sixteen hundred dollars twelve hundred dollars six billion dollars forty five minutes twenty five dollar seventeen percent fourteen percent seventeen year fifty dollars nine percent
"caroline burns" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A very big day for high school football teams here in Massachusetts quite a tradition with some of the old is robberies in a country going head to head WBZ's Kevin Coleman joins us now live from the sell short at the veterans Memorial Stadium stadium in Quincy hi there Kevin good morning to you know happy thanksgiving a city robbery is renewed today as Quincy high school squares off against north Quincy high school for the seventh time in this Turkey bowl match on north Quincy the north Quincy readers come into this game looking to make it for years in a row with a victory over their rivals on thanksgiving day Quincy high holds at forty seven thirty five in five advantage all right he is completely sold out and with eight minutes ago here in the first quarter there RT Dian four turnovers new scored three Quincy high in north Quincy equity Kevin called the WBC Austin's newsradio Kevin thank you as you sit down to thanksgiving dinner today you may want to consider what's on your plate here's WBZ's Karen regal I do like Turkey not like her to use because I admire their moxie in their general attitude towards life do what you want to the Turkey hit will have its revenge sitting on your car colonizing your yard standing in the street and refusing to move your hog chasing your toddler's they're unstoppable Brookline artist Caroline burns is inspired making posters and art out of turkeys and their start with a lot of negative energy directed towards them and I thought maybe let's just take it down a notch coke for the added play with it a little bit you can see her art at Brookline turkeys dot com Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio over.

Massachusetts WBZ Kevin Coleman Quincy robbery north Quincy high school Austin Turkey Caroline burns Boston veterans Memorial Stadium stad Quincy high school Karen regal Brookline eight minutes
"caroline burns" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mayor Walsh and center at marquee will help distribute thousands of mails for thanksgiving at pine street in later this morning more than twelve hours after a massive blast rocked the TPC group plan import nature's tax as another fiery explosion shook the area again yesterday afternoon officials at this point have no estimate for how much time is needed to bring it completely under control China is putting the U. S. on notice threatening countermeasures after president trump signed two bills supporting anti government protesters in sound gone over now to Texas again officials right now really have no estimate for how much time it they need to bring under control that Texas chemical plant fire ignited by a series of explosions at a Wednesday night news conference Jefferson County judge Jeff Branik said officials have been unable to determine what caused the two explosions earlier in the day at the TPC group planned because of a loss of electric power in the port Neches plant a mandatory evacuation meanwhile was issued for areas within a four mile radius of the plant because of the potential for more explosions police are investigating a fatal construction accident on bank road in Haverhill the victim is identified as Dennis Robertson of Manchester New Hampshire here's more from WBZ TV's Katie brace mid morning first responders recall to four ninety five over the Merrimack River in Haverhill Robertson and another man were helping prepare the for its for demolition phase when they file Robertson died at the scene the other man is in the hospital with serious injuries the exact circumstances of the incident are still currently unknown investigators do not know if there was operator or mechanical error should did send out a reminder telling workers to use fall protection systems and restraints there are now investigating gonna trust that the process will do what it's supposed to do correct the things where it needs to be corrected and if necessary go further distance construction on the bridge replacement project is now halted for the next several weeks this is our worst day but as a Christian who is in heaven eternally with god this is his best day and we're gonna celebrate that Robertson's brother says even though his death hurts they will celebrate his life the two workers who were subcontractors for S. P. S. construction fell out of a telescopic boom and then landed on a barge that was approximately forty to fifty feet below ocean will continue to investigate an injured Worcester firefighter who is saved by lieutenant Jason Minard is now released from the hospital firefighter Christopher pace was injured at a four alarm blaze at a home on Stockholm street earlier this month he escapes through a third floor window with the help of lieutenant Minard who died in the line of duty pace was seriously boredom broke more than a dozen bones he was released from UMass memorial this week at lieutenant minority funeral Christopher's brother Daniel said his actions are the reason my only brother is still here today and because of that we are forever indebted to the entire Minard family as you sit down to thanksgiving dinner today with your friends and family consider what's on your plate here's more from WBZ's Karen regal I do like Turkey that like her to use because I admire their moxie and their general attitude towards life do what you want to the Turkey hit will have its revenge sitting on your car colonizing your yard standing in the street in refusing to move your hog chasing her toddlers they're unstoppable Brookline artist Caroline burns is inspired making posters and art out of turkeys and they're struck with a lot of negative energy directed towards them and I thought maybe let's just take it down a notch poke fun at it play with it a little bit you can see her art at Brookline turkeys dot com.

Mayor Walsh twelve hours fifty feet
"caroline burns" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Rain on the left coast deep snow in the Midwest make travel difficult a busy thanksgiving day for every homeless shelter in Boston with traditional benders being dished out to those in need of some of the oldest high school rivalries in the nation being served up on Massachusetts football fields this Turkey day while the sun has yet to come up on thanksgiving in some parts of the U. S. still it's already been well under way in America posts worldwide the front lines of Afghanistan for instance a bag of air base U. S. army sergeant major Carla hill is offering appreciation to the collaboration and support from loved ones near and far thank our friends and families that are in the rear supporting us and our entire team of course the traditional thanksgiving dinners have been sent to American bases around the world and thanksgiving we'll of course feature lots and lots of Turkey's dinners and miss speaking of turkeys WBZ's Karen regal as this interesting story respect the turkeys that is the message of a Brookline artist who was inspired by the last decades wild Turkey invasion of her town Caroline burns says she admires a Turkey's moxie they'll stare you down and take over your yard and she makes posters of that attitude for example a likeness of three turkeys as the three terrors a report put out directions which do suggestions how to handle working counters and one little don't don't look at them which I thought was pretty cool area Karen regal WBZ Boston's newsradio now Turkey's not the only ones being stuff this thanksgiving of course lots of folks getting nice big meals but for those who need a bit more health conscious eating we have some tips from diabetes shelf so mail chain restaurant owners scientist and record on blue train chef discusses what's in her healthy and diabetic friendly menus for the holidays has a warm up well let's double content and also we inch to select the bow to these manual we look at will particularly looking for vegetable has hired a high fiber content and also we don't used a white lies on this menu on the supply of brown rice and the black lives at the options jun runs the Sumiko Hunan kitchen in Cambridge in his teams up with the Joslin diabetes center this national diabetes ma a local man's Christmas wishes going viral worldwide as WBZ TV is David Wade tells you guys my name is Boston Massachusetts twenty three year old Justin Gigli ADI posted this video on Saturday asking people to send him a merry Christmas wish it is already had two point seven million views I want to like in the world I am I want to seventy to the world she's not just fishing for an online feel good moment Justin wants people to know about his disability caused by something called twenty two Q. a lot of people with disabilities don't share what they have but I've but that's my goal to change that twenty two Q. syndrome is caused by a missing piece of the twenty second chromosome Justin has a host of medical issues including congenital heart disease but it doesn't stop me from trying to raise awareness so through his post Justin explains his disability the response has been overwhelming thirty three thousand shares and eighteen thousand Christmas wishes within commuting from Alan a generous and Mariah Carey and they just keep rolling in merry Christmas doesn't enjoy your professional life have a wonderful Christmas twenty nineteen doesn't all the way from St Thomas Ontario Canada so cool I like this one I want there because it's often from a fellow twenty two Q. that's what I want to bring the community together something like this and it's all happening with the hash tag merry Christmas Justin don't be scared for your story don't be scared to because at the end at the end of the day a lot a lot of people will want to hear you know if you would like to follow Justin and wish him a merry Christmas on Twitter his handle is syndrome twenty two Q. Boston's been crossed off Madonna's Madame X. toward the legendary bombarded says doctors orders of Forster to cancel three shows at the **** theater November thirtieth December first and December second he's been dealing with unspecified injuries and says she's experiencing overwhelming pain the shows will not be rescheduled automatically funds are being issued to ticket purchasers.

Midwest Boston twenty three year twenty second
"caroline burns" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Worst day but as a Christian who is in heaven eternally with god this is his best day and we're gonna celebrate the proper since brother says even though his death hurts they will celebrate his life the two workers who were subcontractors FOR SPS construction fell out of a telescopic boom and then landed on a barge that was approximately forty to fifty feet below OSHA will continue to investigate an injured Worcester firefighter who was saved by lieutenant Jason Minard has been released from the hospital firefighter Christopher pace was injured at a four alarm fire at a home on Stockham street earlier this month he managed to escape through a third floor window with the help of lieutenant Minard who died in the line of duty pace was seriously burned and broke more than a dozen bones he was released from UMass memorial this week meanwhile at lieutenant arts funeral Christopher's brother Daniel said his actions of the reason my only brother is still here today and because of that we are forever indebted to the entire Minard family as you sit down to thanksgiving dinner this year consider or what's on your plate here's WBZ's Karen regal I do like Turkey not like her to use because I admire their moxie and their general attitude towards life do what you want to the Turkey hit will have its revenge sitting on your car colonizing your yard standing in the street in refusing to move your Hong chasing her toddlers they're unstoppable Brookline artist Caroline burns is inspired making posters and art out of turkeys and they're struck with a lot of negative energy directed towards them and I thought maybe let's just take it down a notch poke fun at it play with it a little bit you can see her art at.

OSHA Jason Minard Christopher pace UMass memorial Daniel Turkey Caroline burns Worcester Minard Karen regal Hong Brookline fifty feet
"caroline burns" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"On the hill with a lefty and the righty coming right at you find a blue and bill Laskey on KNBR six eighty sports leader welcome back as we take it to the one o'clock hour Marty Lori will take you to the pre game show the five forty first pitch on Anderson against cal Quantrill at petco park giants need to keep this winning streak going seventeen and four for the month of August as we continue our show honoring women in sports and we're so happy to see Andre are calling us let's bring Andre and Andre you're part of this program today how are you how you doing we're doing great Andre you cover sports you talk about sports you're on sports shows tell us your thoughts about how you got involved in sports yeah thank you so much for this wonderful show in honoring these inspiring pioneering role models I started back in the day the nineteen seventy three you gotta believe Mets and I can relate to what you were saying that women weren't even allowed in the locker room right so did dream of being a woman in the sports world and then adding the layer of sports astrology you can imagine what when they all said that you need to sixteen in the business they're mostly all the females did and I think everybody gets tested especially in the male gender jumped into a male dominance sport they get tested by either question earning answer or you know drama for mailed by giving him a hard look world like fight is doing right now they get from other females to those pretty of strange yeah and you know Kelly just so you know the fellow Sagittarius and always been you know super helpful and supportive and we're now a fellow Virgo you can imagine is responding to my tweets and when I see you're being really helpful and organized and you know it just like we've come a long way I think what was that cigarette commercial Virginia Slims because we paid and I just you know I love the bay area so supportive and KNBR and I'm able to kind of share something a little different and unique and I think things are evolving and changing like anything else but it's so inspired to hear you know their stories and when they began and you know some of the criticism with telling for saying RB eyes instead of on the high and you know it's just really great because you know the future generations are going to have it even easier well and and there's so many young talented with females in sports now and then they work so hard at it and you know that's one things right a lot right and I love to do this once a year and we love to bring on some of our gas than just the the hard knocks that they have to go all the hurdles they run into and you think they're on TV all the glamour I have no idea how many hours of work they do and I see Kelly work every day I went on there and she works hard and she's in there two hours before pregame she's going over the producer different things and I'm the same thing with Amy G. at the ball park and not always K. Crocker a with L. P. G. A. and Laura brit with with football and we're now at the ballpark all these gas we had on today they paid their dues they sure have yeah Andrea yes you know I'm going to ask you for the lottery number and you know I'm gonna tell you my dear that astrology really doesn't do a lot of being a Leo let me know win if you don't play okay Hey Andre you know what tomorrow is don't you tomorrow is our only it's vied a blues birthday tomorrow I'm gonna I've already read my own stuff I'm good yeah let me know if you'd like you are saying your soldiers burst told reporter for cancer poured in honor of your Leo birthday your Andre I don't think so Hey you know your lottery numbers the chase Andre thanks so much for calling in today it's a great day and we'll honor you to Andre keep up the good work yes you too great show thank you guys Sandra is one of our support casts and no we we go over this we went over a little bit this day in the morning and talk about some of the different females in sports that were around today and and we go back right here I'm wondering the yeah yeah and came BR with Bonnie Jo allow Flynn Mindy Bach now is work with oracle five one Smith covers the raiders Kate Scott with pac twelve carat Burke with the with the rule warriors Andre and McConnell yeah she's on sports Kate long were stunned in Arizona Caroline burns on CBS trees of knowledge the ball park I me so many great females that have worked their tails off and then you go into the writing side Joan Ryan Susan slasher and Killian Janie McCauley and Julie Parker who I see at the ball park so much and then you start looking at a Stacy slaughter of vice president of the giants to Maria who does the the the press box and and Megan brown and there's so many more talented people at work for the giants the Niners you know you see now a college coaches like Kelly was saying now are going to be in the NBA and the benches coach and it's getting to the right point the the right area of professionalism for females you get an opportunity to fight in and ladies are on the rise yeah and we're real happy we we did this today we have some great Gaston K. cockroach from LPGA Amy good years who works for tail off of the ball park Jessica Kleinschmidt an upcoming writer and she works so much at NBC lower brit now the pre and post from the forty Niners Kelly Johnson you'll see her in pre and post for the giants and of course for now Brooks moon I mean just had a great cast of females today and we're honored to support your honor to honor you today and you know how soft tip of the hat keep going keep working hard and and you'll definitely see the outcome at the end the finish line is better and you you you can project and they'll end up being a role model for some young girl out there yesterday man and it is and and that's the stuff that we like to bring out to our our people that listen and support us so we're gonna take a quick break here and bring Marty Larry on a little try factor here we're gonna talk a little baseball but the giants and get his thoughts on trade rumors and talk a little baseball before we end the show at one so we'll be right back with more dealer this is on the hill with.

Marty Lori bill Laskey twelve carat two hours
"caroline burns" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Contact me Denise Nagel Coldwell banker in beautiful Burlingame California on the hill with a left coming right at you by the blue and bill Laskey on KNBR six eight weeks sports leader welcome back to Carl the fog days as it's pretty foggy out but don't get a rewrite is your mail a hot is daisy in northern California in the East Bay it's going to be hot Fairfield Sacramento gonna do to be about a hundred and five at seven o'clock John my weather she yeah I know I he he I've I lived in Arizona that I would enjoy it but I live in northern California I like a long sleeve shirt on a like a jacket on a nine seventy five so yeah exactly right play a little golf yesterday it's Silverados beautiful all the clubs out which I found them if that's another story all right we're honoring women and women in sports today as we start our show off at nine thirty with K. cockerel wi caller Danny Dan's wife Danny Dan of course works for the giants and then we're gonna go with Amy G. Amy good years his next Jessica Kleinschmidt she works for the ETS and the giants and works with NBC and then lower brit who covers the forty Niners going to be the the new host of the pre and post game one of course Kelly Johnson who's the pre and post hostess with us sign up for the San Francisco Giants and we finish it with her now Brooks moon of course we all know right now the PA announcer go voice from the San Francisco Giants but some of the other people that we are talking about and vied and I kind of wrote some names down of course Bonnie Jill laughed when who works here were I'm came BR the writer for mac show Mindy Bach who's been with us forever and now she's working for oracle yeah found Smith another one yeah yeah she does she down in San Jose and of course Kate Scott Hey god pac twelve Andre and McConnell she works sports yeah care of Berkshire Hathaway warriors all right quick right Kate Longworth down in Arizona yeah Treece of the doll she works at the ballpark and also an NBC and then we just kind of threw some names here or Maria Josh Seto yes I'm Sinto I might be saying that wrong you might be Megan brown they all the do the giants PR stuff in the media and then we have Stacy slaughter he's an executive and then you know some of the great writers that are here Joan Ryan number one in my family Killian's sure and killing shoes a saucer won awards Janie McCauley in one of the new people that I like to talk to is a Julie Parker you see you're up in the press box is a writer and you know just some great people that we have come across deter page also for a is your is your word for it with their loans with it with the Oakland ETS sh she's been there for awhile there's some really quality people blew my sister Annette blue and Caroline burns yeah she's over there he was well I'm sure we've missed a couple but some of the great people that we have been in touch with over the years I have had some interactions with and the six women we have on today all the good friends of ours and they've they've done so many good things in northern California beyond and just from charities to do different things speaking out you got to give a tip of the cap to these women who again in a predominately male dominated business or industry and they've broken that glass ceiling men and yeah no no doubt about it it's a different call in and as male athletes I mean that was something that came across the US in our days when they finally let females in the locker room and there was some players that didn't like that there are some players are really some push back there was some players wives who were upset too though that's true and some of the men did some things and it was just like come on you know you how do you have an opportunity be professional and some of the women were talking to today had to go through that yeah so but today is a day we honor room and a great day and the giants are winning so we do want a great game last eleven innings a one two to one and just some of the things that happen yes or some great defense we've got talk about that some fantastic defense yes very poll are in the ninth bottom of the ninth inning overhead catch all the way to the wall Solano with a line drive up the middle the kind of backstabbing down the first base line kinda chorale that over his shoulder crawl with the last double play that's Smith kind of threw him low but he never really took a step it was just more of a flick the first I get out I will play it again wiped out you got out of the way but as you know why do we always talk about it's bull pen and defense area and that right now that's what's happening making these road giants winners and I got to refer back to my may is the king of match ups yeah and they honored him yesterday yeah will I thought was nice Albers pochi is honored by the San Diego Padres and watching the video you know I remember and you remember I'm facing him when he was in the Padres had moved the big stash yeah yeah yeah face of Bruce in his head you know the big they'll make all your helmet on a minute and I'll never forget I think was Flanner somebody tell me that he got a game winning hit they took his his catcher's helmet and they put ice in a literally have six pack in the helmet that the helmet literally Bago us so those good stuff but I'm I'm glad the Padres reached out to honor him he has some great years downers a player as well as a manager yeah I think he still lives in that area and of course I got to the playoffs they lost to Detroit finer and a very good of the series sure but you know we'll just see what happens and I'm sure there's gonna be more down the road but you know it's kind of strange and we're not even in August and the Padres go to San Diego once they play Sunday they're done for the year in sandy out looking at the schedule and then begin a I'm up here but they don't play anymore in San Diego and in the three games in Colorado next weekend those are the last three games in Colorado too so you're talking what color division in September on the play the Dodgers in LA yeah play Kerr yet play errors there in San Francisco after those six games writer they're all playing here they still play on but they don't go to Colorado money and they don't go to San Diego anymore which is kind of strange well but to schedule was strange yeah yeah now playing fourth of July now playing yes yes exactly hi this question a fourth of July how could you not play professional baseball for they'll have that that's a big day and you and I always talk apple pie Chevrolet in baseball there it is on and the and the fireworks and all that stuff and people were in a red white and blue outfits and they always have the red white blue hats yeah that's pretty cool so today I mean the big game I I the thing to do one of the bigger game Sean Anderson house the throat of a starts at five forty from here right here for thirty pregame show first pitch five forty big one shown Anderson he's got to go out there and deal today bullpens okay I mean they use Maratha Dyson watchin lance and Smith they all through one inning but I'm a session time through the line up you mention that US that's where he was serving as he yeah and some margin just a great game last night he was dialed and so all right we're gonna take a quick break here and start to show honoring women in sports our first guest is K. cockerel daily Dan's wife course color K. Dan but will caller kit cockerel today she's on the LPGA tour as one of the analysts and we're going to bring her on first as we continue on KNBR the sports leader you are listening to on.

Denise Nagel Coldwell banker California Carl East Bay Burlingame bill Laskey six eight weeks
"caroline burns" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:36 min | 2 years ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sloan, here, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w for the next hour ahead of reds baseball inside pitch Cleveland. Coming up one hour from Margaret. Just going to talk a little bit. We got to catch up. I have not been here since last Wednesday. And again, to reiterate the reason I was out if you didn't see on Facebook. Was on. Facebook is absolutely ton of people who are commenting and offer me well wishes which are certainly, I don't know, if I deserve them, but I appreciate them deeply and everyone that covers couldn't respond, but a Friday was the toughest day of my life. No question about it. I lost my mom at one fifty AM after a seven-month battle with double hit non-hodgkin's lymphoma, and she fought a hard fight as you could imagine. And in the end just didn't make it and at one fifty me and my two brothers with her. She passed and took her last breath on the earth before she's taken under the wing of God. Later, that morning I was Friday morning, I had to attend the funeral of a lovely lovely woman. I will just call her Graham Davis because she was grandma my sister-in-law Amandus maternal grandmother passed away in her services, were set for Friday morning at eleven o'clock. Eighty nine years old lived at wonderful remarkable life surrounded by people who love her, and fun loving, and that women could drink you under the table at age eighty seven. And she loved to have a good time to Campbell lived along happy, healthy life on, like my mom. I think my mom had many, many more years of good. Good us, Ed or, but it wasn't in the cards for her. It's not our hand, I think a lot of these cases. And so as I was calling my her sister, my aunt back in buffalo to tell her the news at my mom had passed her sister passed. On the way to this funeral. I received another text message from the sister of a very close friend of mine named Jeremy baumhauer, Jeremy, and I back when I used to work in Toledo Ohio station there for a few years before it came down to Cincinnati. For the last almost twenty years, I've been here, and it was one of those things we didn't grow up together. But when you're young men, he was in his twenties. I was in my late twenties early thirties. And we kind of came together shared a lot of great memories, a lot of tears kind of grown up coming of age kind of thing back on in. This was March of last year. March of this year, other he got he got the flu and I'll tell you this at a later date. But, but anyway, long story short is wasn't an any ordinary flu which they didn't catch it was h one n one. And by the time the discovered what it was. He was fighting an uphill battle age forty three four kids age forty three five include as was his fiancee, in her daughter, so five kids and anyway, I found out couple of weeks ago, I left on a Wednesday that he had been flown to Cleveland Clinic. From the university of Toledo medical center, because you TMC said, there's nothing more for you here. And they took him the ambulance to the Cleveland Clinic where he was in the ICU, there visited him on a Wednesday took ultimate air, shuttle up for the day. Back. It was great the trip was, but it was hard seen my friend. They're hooked up to machines that were doing the work of his heart of his lungs of his kidneys and to see someone who's so healthy and vibrant, lying there in in, you know, I said, hey, I'll see you next time and I knew it probably going to be the last time, you know, was he passed away, seven hours after my mom. So in one day I went to a funeral of eighty nine year old woman. I lost my mother and I lost one of investment that was my Friday. And it makes one sit back and reflect and go. Okay, what does this mean what is life man? I don't wanna get too often the weeds on here too, wacky. But, you know, I think it's natural that we contemplate life after death. And whether that not exist. And of course, there are many people, I think most of us believe that there is a God that there's an afterlife. There's a deity. There's something else out there. Scientists who are largely divided on many, many things, I wouldn't say it's conclusive, but there's many famous an important, scientists believe that we can't quantify the afterlife that they believe it does exist. We also have of course, atheists, so I'm respect. I've friends that are on a problem with that we disagree philosophically on that. And many ask it's like okay well prove it to me. How do you know that there's got, how do you know that there's life after death? Can you give me a sign that there's life after death? And of course, it's the mystery of faith that God doesn't have to prove his existence. You that's the beauty of it as you are, too. Have the faith of a child that you believe these things occur. But tell me what this means here. Here's the story. I know that was kind of a long setup but for those who are wondering why I've been gone for a week, kind of unannounced that why. But and I have to go to my, my buddy Jeremy's funeral on on Saturday. So I'll be, I'll be here Friday, but going out of town this weekend. So whether you call this, a sign of a sign from God of symbolism spirit message. Whatever your religious philosophy may be. Or maybe not be it's gonna be hard to refute the story as mere coincidence, about to tell you. Okay, wanna lessons. My mom said she was passing away to in. This was to my aunt or sister said, I'll be okay. I'm going to a better place. Live your life move forward. Is what she told her on the phone. I'm holding the phone momma. She dying. We're all crying can barely hold the phone up. Can't see cutting onions, right and her sisters on the phone. It's just it's agony. And at that moment, I believe Sam time the father Dale over to Jewish hospital. Wonderful man father Dale was giving her the anointing of the sick. They used to call last, right? And she's surrounded by a loving family. Her son's me Andy rob her grandkids. She was also. And she loved kids, a nanny to a number of families in Cleveland, but also here in Cincinnati. She moved here about thirteen years ago at my behest in that includes the burns, family and Caroline burns visited me with their daughter, who she was a young woman, but was a little baby back. Then when and she said, she became basically surrogate, mother grandmother to us. And that touched me deeply, and she told me the story of what happened that day my mom died. This is last Friday. And this is assigned to me, and there's a couple of things I'll get in here that, that I'm guessing asking for is you. Tell me how this coincidence. So it is a few hours after my mom had Pasa on this, and they live in a suburban neighborhood. I'm not quite sure where I met him for the first time they stopped by her places as cleaning things up this week anyway, that they came over and said, there's a story to tell you, so okay, what's, what's the story. We live in a suburban neighborhood. And we, we never see deer. We never see deer in our neighborhood. And if you don't know this, that the female deer in particular symbolizes things like gentleness, and caring and waffle, maternal traits, because Jared gentle in easy going creatures. And they show us how to be kind and gentle and patient, things like that. And there's a number of cultures. They believe that the there's some symbolism and seeing dear. That, that it's, it's about not taking yourself, not being the worst critic to yourself. It's also about male deer in particular, the Antlers of the stag is symbolic of the tree of life. And so a lot of cultures are symbolism with seeing deer when someone died. And so their story was we never see deer in our neighborhood. It's early in the morning and our dog starts going nuts. And there's a deer like in their backyard, a, a DOE and are like, oh, this is really cool in so Carolyn goes out and sees the deer. She then looks at the side of the house is mom tears, just kind of standing in their backyard and not, not moving. She takes the dog because the dogs barking, okay, I'll take the dog out. Do business student. The front yard not disturb. The deer she goes out and see something returns, the house and tells her daughter, the one that my mom helped raise come out in the front yard and check this out. I don't want to get up. No, no, you need to come. See this right now. It's important. They go to the side of the house, and they're up against the side of the house is a newborn..

Jeremy baumhauer Facebook flu Cincinnati Cleveland Clinic Cleveland Sloan Graham Davis father Dale Campbell Ed university of Toledo medical c Amandus Carolyn Caroline burns Toledo Ohio station
"caroline burns" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on Planet Money

"Wow i you know one way better than the other and that's all i'm gonna tell you you hi trucks people are like some sort of secret society plotting revolution or something you wish you could blow to it when you talk to people like linda you think may be hydraulics actually has a chance may be it does taste better i remember it and yet there is the fact that high drugs went away it failed yeah i never really knew at the story was of just like one day it wasn't there in the supermarket anymore so i tract and someone who does know the story caroline burns she was head of marketing of the cookie division when hydrants was made at keebler you know the place where the else beltway at work pibor for any length of china eight great crying being out caroline says hydroxide for a couple of reasons one is the thing that elia kassof worked so hard to get the name 100 years ago when hydroxy was launched it was meant to invoke purity like water hydrogen dioxide but by the 1990s she says that was not what the name made people think of if you're foundered like economy and you know i drugs economics of you cleaned out the sink quiver the floor exactly why car hydra porac you know and then hydrogen it could yeah it sounded very chemical light sales are dropping year after year she says they tried to save the cookie they rebranded it as druk sees in the reformulated it but that just didn't stop the slide at some point she says it did not make sense for hydroxy to take up shelf at the supermarket i mean stores want stuff on their shelves the people are bringing up to the cash register and at some point sales fell below that threshold what do you think about the idea of bringing back now to stand a chance.

china caroline head of marketing elia kassof 100 years one day
"caroline burns" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

KALW 91.7 FM

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"caroline burns" Discussed on KALW 91.7 FM

"So mom took over alaska y'all jor left you and george well she knew what was coming down her so she offer made the blaze he gave the buzz word given the same claims you don't even like a signal daily in the singular yeah i know you're going to be up there are a long time i don't know gone i feel so place do yourself europe's greg he got crickets anyway johns creek is out there he got groceries coffee what got coffee yet asca we'll coffee from the bane yeah you want some knob 'rausim some beer helpyourself toward i will don't worry about me honestly i want to worry about i mean i can the always were by candlelight no you're not always just sometimes yes sometimes it soothing is that nobody the guys did what old guys forefathers you forefathers and what they did caroline burning of the night cabins in the wilderness i suppose i'm not bothering you mi let me i don't want to break in the era concentration or nothing no it's all right as good i mean i realize his ueline award demands a lot of concentration it's okay are you probably think i'm not fully able account brand something like that up by quite that stuff you're doing that are you know whatever you call it's it's just a a little research i you may not know it but i did a little art myself once you did this summer a photo around within no future in it what did you do their my way digits never mind about that there was ahead of its time so you went out to see old man now i've seen a house he doing same he's doing about the same house down there to you know what are you won an award he wants and got a you with down there he told me all about you what what he say a told me 'don't worry well they don't have to say nothing i wasn't yeah you'll get to make something up some of the brilliant you're going to be done here very long lay might be depends on a few things got some friends down here i know few people here you can stairs long as i am here that only give a mission do i know i she's my mother to ryan right jim i just leave asked me to take care of place as you and that's right i mean i know how to water plants so you don't know how long you'll be staying then depends mosley on houses you know.

mosley alaska george europe johns creek caroline ryan