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Fresh update on "diana" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"WTO. You've done a survey of folks who are planning to travel somewhere toward the end of the year during the holiday period. How many folks are worried about how inflation may affect their travel plans? About 80% of holiday travelers are making changes. Most commonly things like traveling for fewer days or picking cheaper activities cheaper accommodations, maybe driving instead of flying, I think the main point is similar to the summer travel season, people are going to be traveling around the holidays, but they're making changes and traveling differently. Talk a little bit about what they're saying in terms of how this will strain their budgets. It's a big deal. Yeah, we found that about a third of holiday travelers say that this holiday travel will strain their budget. So a few tips to avoid that, one would be book early, believe it or not, it's actually getting a little late in the game already. So you want a book as soon as you can, maybe be creative about your timing, like for Thanksgiving, a lot of people travel on Wednesday and Sunday, maybe you could go a little earlier or stay a little later. It would be less crowded and less expensive. On those other days, you could try something similar around Christmas time. One other tip is to use those rewards points and miles. Whether that's from a credit card or a frequent flyer program or hotel points, you might be sitting on some real value there. I'm wondering how this may ultimately affect how many people decide to take that trip and what this could mean for crowds and whatnot. We have these competing trends here because we have people worried about cost, but then we also have the pent up demand that stacked up the past few years because of the pandemic. This will likely be the busiest holiday travel season since at least 2019. I tend to think that pent up demand will win the day, but people are making some modifications. All right, Ted. Any other advice that you have for folks that perhaps are considering but haven't pulled the trigger yet on holiday travel. I think it's those airline fares that are the most impacted by inflation. Those are up 33% year over year according to the consumer price index. Hotel prices are only up 5%. Rental cars are down about 5. So it's really those airline tickets that you should prioritize. If you haven't already, I think start comparing prices now look to book in the near future and try to be creative about your timing. You might be able to save some money by going a few days earlier than most or staying a few days longer. All right, Ted, we appreciate the advice. That's Ted rossman, senior industry analyst for bank rate dot com. 1244. Your home is important relationships are important. This is Dave Johnson, and Jennifer young and her Jamie Jenner young Holmes, not only sell homes, they form relationships. That's certainly what happened when Jennifer and her team sold my home in days and above list price. That's why I love telling the Jeffrey young home story. It's about connections. Consider this connection. Diana needed to sell her own and Linda, Virginia, after her husband died. Her daughter also sold two homes in Jennifer's team, recommended Diana called Jennifer, with compassion for Diana who had made it difficult and painful decision to sell, the team went to work marketing the house, listing at $600,000. In three days, 18 showings in 6 offers, Diana accepted an offer for 645,000. A slightly lower than some of the other offers because it was all cash and had no contingencies, making it a big win for
'I didn't want to miss it': Royal funeral on global live TV
"People around the world have been watching Queen Elizabeth's funeral on TV In Hong Kong British citizen Tom fell remembered being at the queen mother's funeral hand Princess Diana's So hard not to not to be there So he and others around the globe watched from a South African amphitheater She showed us courage She showed us Judy To British pubs in Paris It's a historical moment in English history and I didn't want to miss it And here in Washington Didn't feel right It is watching my own home Saw Germain Washington
An Identity Crisis of Royal Proportions
"Think the problem for the royals is that they, they don't know whether to be ancient or moderns. Now Queen Elizabeth clearly in that sense was an ancient by which I mean almost a creature from the 19th century. And then on the other hand, you have the moderns, the now the age of the moderns with the royalty began with lady die. And lady Diana was the quintessential modern. Emoting in public and these are my feelings and, you know, I'm here as a princess and I'm here. She was kind of on a personal journey. Now, if you think about what it means to be a king or a prince and royalty, it's not about being on a personal journey. So contrast the queen for whom the queen always spoke in the language of duty. I see this as a task. This is a kind of assignment that I've been given you may say by history and I'm discharging it with a sense of acceptance and perhaps even of obligation. I think the problem for the royalty is that both the old virtues and the kind of new style are today you have to ask why because to some degree I suppose Charles is a little bit more like his mom than he is like Diana. But on the other hand, Charles is almost a parody of his mom. He has an extremely weird life, he's got this weird consort, Camilla Parker Bowles. He messed up his whole marriage. I think Charles ultimately was responsible for that. So he's not exactly an admirable exemplar of the old world. And then you've got these bratty offspring of whom I think particularly who's the younger guy, honey, is it Harry? Harry and Meghan Markle, this is sort of the grotesque progeny. And so you have to ask, if you've got people who would rather be, have I'd rather have a Netflix deal than live in Balmoral Castle.
Charles became King Charles III on Thursday following death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II
"Prince Charles has been preparing for The Crown his entire life Now at the age of 73 that moment has finally arrived After an apprenticeship that began as a child Charles embodies the modernisation of the British monarchy he was the first heir not educated at home and the first to grow up in the ever intensifying glare of the media as deference to the royalty faded somewhat He also alienated many with his messy divorce from the much loved Princess Diana and by straining the rules that prohibit royals from intervening in public affairs historian Ed Owens tells the AP Charles now finds himself in if you like he says the autumn of his life having to think carefully about how he projects his image as a public figure adding he's nowhere near as popular as his mother Charles De Ledesma London
King Charles III to Follow in the Queen's Footsteps
"It is the tradition that has been for centuries, the Queen is dead long live the king. We already have King Charles the third as he will be known. What are the expectations? What are the concerns for this transition? You are a storied observer of the British political scene. Will this be smooth? Will this be a challenge for Charles? I think it will be smooth. I mean, he's waited his entire life for this. He made his debut as the queen's speech maker actually. In the last opening of parliament, there were the apartment because she was not well enough to do it. And he seemed surprisingly nervous considering that you would expect that this is a job that he's been wanting. But it's almost in a way a bittersweet for him because obviously it's a job he wants, but he doesn't like the way that he is somehow inherited The Crown. But we've moved already very quickly to the fact that we now have a king. It's already along with the king. We're going to change the national anthem. It felt so king. And Charles was a bit of an a curious character. These murdered with the green agenda. He likes to talk to flowers, you know, he was hated by some people because of his affair with Camilla who's now the queen consort, the way he treated Diana is not particularly well liked by some. But you know, the monarchy in the end is the monkey and we are run in a very stable way by a head of state who is not elected. And I think that makes us part of a very special relationship with our own royal family. And so I think he will respect that. I don't think he will go headlong into anything unusually an Arctic. I don't think he's going to change anything too much, but it will be a massive wrench for the whole country and it will take us a long time to get used to.
Federal Court Ruling on Gender Identity Upends Civil Rights Law
"From the daily signal Sarah partial Perry in a shocking and first of its kind reading of a more than 30 year old disability law that's the Americans with disabilities act A federal judge ruled that the distress that results from a person feeling that he or she is the wrong sex Is a disability that must be accommodated under the Americans with disabilities act If the opinion is left to stain it would open the door for those who consider themselves transgender And Phil clinically distressed To receive public accommodations in bathrooms locker rooms prisons Same sex housing and more U.S. district judge Diana gribbon motz At the fourth circuit Court of Appeals wrote the majority opinion for the divided three panel judge to judge panel In Williams versus kincaid holding that under the Americans with disabilities act Gender dysphoria is a disability Judge Pamela Harris joined matsu's opinion to form the majority The Americans with disabilities act as a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities and all areas of public life employment education transportation and in places that are open to the general public public accommodations So what's the practical impact of this decision It means that those with gender dysphoria a quote incongruence between someone's gender identity and assigned sex I love the assigned sex Assigned by whom God they results in quote clinically significant distress as the American psychiatric association defines it Not only protected from discrimination because of that so called disability but they're entitled to reasonable accommodations
California heat wave sparks fears of power outages, fires
"A brutal heat wave has settled over California increasing the threat of power outages and wildfires Sylvester Thomas and advocate for the homeless in Los Angeles was among those passing out ice water on Skid Row as California sizzles under triple digit temperatures across much of the state It's really hot out here so you know they need to stay hydrated a lot of them be walking out here look like they're going to pass out Governor Gavin Newsom declared an emergency Wednesday and utility operators issued a flex alert calling for energy conservation to prevent blackouts We are looking at yet another heat dome Doctor Diana Lev in the San Fernando valley told ABC 7 Los Angeles the risk of heatstroke is substantial Bring them into the shape put some cold stuff on them and bring them in Don't play with this disorder Cruiser also battling two wildfires that erupted Wednesday in bone dry brush each covering thousands of acres the root fire near castaic snarled traffic on interstate 5 and led to the evacuation of a school and mobile home park while another burned buildings in rural San Diego county near the Mexico border I'm Jennifer King
A moment in time: AP journalists remember Diana's death
"Well wishes in Paris are paying their respects to Princess Diana on the 25th anniversary of her tragic death The flame of liberty stands above the pont del mar tunnel where Diana and her boyfriend Dodi Fayed died in a car accident when the driver lost control of their Mercedes as it was pursued by paparazzi Beside the tunnel American tourist and health worker Naomi Smith remembers the day Diana died I mean it was heartbreaking the day it happened It was a tragic loss for so many She was the people's princess She was down to earth real and it was such a tragedy After diner's death members of the public gathered outside her home to mourn the loss of a young woman who they'd watched grow from a shy teenager into a glamorous princess Charles De Ledesma London
Diana's last moments: French doctor recalls 'tragic night'
"The first physician on the scene recalls the moment 25 years ago when Princess Diana died in a car crash in Paris Doctor Frederick Mayer was off duty when he drove into the Alma road tunnel in 1997 a few seconds after the high speed crash four people were in the car Two were apparently dead no reaction no breathing and the two others on the right side were living between severe conditions Princess Diana's companion Dodi Fayed and their chauffeur died on the spot I didn't realize that the young lady was the princess not one of the most famous woman in the world And I didn't expect that she died so quickly My a tells the AP he said second thoughts about his treatment of Diana Did I do correctly my job and yes I couldn't have done anything better Those grieving the loss of Diana in Paris still visit a statue near the scene of the crash I'm Ed Donahue
Diana's last moments: French medic recalls 'tragic night'
"Paris Alma tunnel Malbec ostensibly drawing of Diana's face as people of all ages gather close by to honor the UK's lost people's princess who died at 25 years ago on August 31 1997 The flame of liberty monument nearby has become a memorial site attracting Diana fans She's become a timeless figure of Emancipation and a fashion icon even for those born after her death irania or Avi a 16 year old Parisian visiting the flame tells the AP she knows that a through TikTok videos and says even with her style she was a feminist She challenged royal etiquette wearing cycling shorts and casual pants whereas fellow teen francine rose had discovered Diana thanks to the princess a recent film starring Kristen Stewart I'm Charles De Ledesma
Princess Diana's 1985 Ford Escort sells for $764000 at auction - The Washington Post
"Princess Diana's old car sells at auction for more than three quarters of a $1 million on Saturday and it's no luxury vehicle It's a 1985 black Ford escort RS turbo series one with just under 25,000 miles on it The bidding at Silverstone auctions with Jonathan humber was Fast & Furious 550,000 pounds on the four escort I've never said that before In the end in undisclosed buyer from the UK paid a 12.5% premium on top of the selling price of $764,000
Princess Diana's 'very special car' sells for more than $750,000 at auction
"A car once owned by Princess Diana sells at auction for just under $764,000 and you may not believe what it is 550,000 pounds on the four escort I've never said that before In the end Silverstone auctions Jonathan humbert sold Princess Diana's 1985 black Ford escort RS turbo S one with just under 25,000 miles on it For just under $764,000 a buyer from a village in Cheshire or England won the auction Silverstone said Princess Diana used a fleet of luxury vehicles for official engagements but preferred to drive the Ford escort for personal errands Next week marks 25 years since Diana along with her boyfriend dodi Al fayed were killed when the limousine they were in crashed
Native groups seek to repair lands damaged by colonization
"Native groups are working to repair lands damaged by colonization volunteers in Massachusetts are rooting out invasive species and tending to recently planted native vegetation in forest land acquired on behalf of a federally recognized mash B wampanoag tribe Diana Ruiz is with the native land conservancy We intend to very deliberately bring back native plants that will be in relationship with the wampanoag community here so that people can harvest them sustainably whether it's for medicinal edible or ceremonial purposes Ramona Peters founded the conservancy she says there is a lot of work to do The clear cutting of all the trees in Massachusetts happened And there's very little old growth The land is near where pilgrims arrived in the Mayflower near the remnants of a wampanoag community wiped out by European disease I'm Ed Donahue
Conspiracies Surrounding Princess Diana's Death Are Back in the News
"Back in October 1995, word is Diana asked for a private meeting with her personal legal adviser, Victor mishcon, and apparently she wanted to tell him about something that was on her mind. Something she knew was going to happen. So this guy Michigan takes very good notes of their conversation. During which Diana said that reliable sources and she would name them, but she said that she trusts these reliable sources. That they informed her that a car accident might be stage and apparently she predicted she would have end up dead or be seriously injured in this car crash. Now we go to August of 1997, Diana, along with her partner, dodi Al fayed, and her driver on report, they die after Henri slams their Mercedes into a pillar at 65 miles an hour in that tunnel in Paris. It turned out that Henri Paul was under the influence of alcohol and prescription drugs, but was also trying to Dodge a bunch of crazy paparazzi who were trailing them on motorcycles. Now, before I go any further, I don't know, paparazzi on motorcycles with a camera in one hand that are gonna get that close to a speeding car at 65 mph. I just, I don't know. I wasn't there. I could be wrong, but I don't think they get that close. They got long lenses on those goddamn things. But then again, they were looking for that shot right through the window where they can get her face real close. So it could be. And those shots are worth hundreds of thousands of dollars if they're sold. And they look just right, but according to people in this docu series, miscon gave the note of his meeting with Diana to the London Metropolitan Police commissioner at the time, sir Paul. And it wasn't until after condon successor's name, John Stevens, when he got the post at that point, the public was made aware of this notes existence because the first guy condon had locked it away in a safe. Why he did that? You should ask yourself, why? Why are you trying to hide something like that? It took the next guy to bring that out of the safe. It doesn't sit right with me.
Prince Harry challenges divided world to reclaim democracies
"Prince Harry marks Nelson Mandela day at the UN Britain's prince Harry challenged people everywhere to adopt Nelson Mandela's spirit of hope in today's divided world We can find meaning and purpose in the struggle We can wear our principles as armor Heed the advice Mandela once gave his son to never give up the battle even in the darkest hour In a keynote and often personal speech to the UN General Assembly's annual celebration prince Harry spoke of a special photo he was given On my wall and in my heart every day is an image of my mother and Mandela meeting in Cape Town in 1997 Which was just 5 months before the death of his mother Princess Diana I'm Shelley Adler
Dispatcher who didn't send ambulance charged in 2020 death
"A 9-1-1 operator in Pennsylvania is facing a rare charge of involuntary manslaughter for failing to send an ambulance Called 9-1-1 her mother Diana kronk had been in bed for days and was turning yellow He didn't want to send an ambulance and I pretty much begged him And I told him that she was going to die if she didn't get help The 9-1-1 operator identified as Lee price was reluctant to respond He wasn't sure if kronk would be willing to go to the hospital How about calling us back to make sure she's willing to go before we send resources out there in case he says no Okay Okay And then as long as she's willing to go we'll get to anyone out there and make sure everything's okay or whatever she needs done There was no cell service from the house kronk died of internal bleeding a day later I don't want it to ever happen again to another family Nobody should have to go through this And I want him held accountable Prices also charged with reckless endangerment I'm Ed
Biden focuses on workers as high inflation remains a risk
"President Biden is trying to reassure Americans the economies on the right track as his own approval ratings plunge due to high inflation Inflation is at a more than 40 year high and the president says taming it is his top economic priority Gases up in food is up which we're going to get down come hell or high water But he notes the economic recovery is strong with big job growth and healthy unemployment Under my plan for the economy made extraordinary progress Telling a union audience in Philadelphia he's looking to rebuild the economy around workers trying to draw a contrast with Republicans who have increasingly drawn blue collar voters but the GOP is blaming him and Democrats for high prices with what ten of C's Diana harsh burger calls irresponsible and expensive
"diana" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"In January 1961, Barry signed the permits to Motown records. But they had to change the name. On the record charts this week is come see about me as sung by these three youngsters from Detroit, Diana Ross. Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard, here they are and let's hear it for them. Now known as the supremes. The group landed their first number one hit with where did our love go in 1964. This was just the beginning of unprecedented success. Between August 1964 and May, 1967, the supremes released ten number one hit singles, with a string of songs like baby love, come see about me, stop in the name of love and back in my arms again. They became the first U.S. group to have 5 number one songs in a row. Barry, recognizing Diana's star quality, replaced Florence with Diana on lead vocals in 1967. If that wasn't enough to highlight Dan his role as the star of the group, he also changed the name to Diana Ross and the supremes. Berry expected a lot from Diana. As Motown's most successful vocal act throughout the 60s, the work was continuously rolling in. As a result, Diana began suffering from severe anxiety and anorexia. She had to be hospitalized for exhaustion after collapsing on stage during a 1967 performance in Boston. Toward the end of the 1960s, Barry began positioning Diana to go solo. And in 1970, Diana left the group to pursue her own career. Her debut album, Diana Ross featured the hit song ain't no mountain high enough. In 1971, Diana married her first husband, music business manager, Robert Ellis, silberstein. They raised three daughters, Rhonda, Tracy, and chutney. With her new level of stardom, Diana tried her hand in acting in 1972. She played Billie Holiday in the biopic lady sings the blues. This performance won her a Golden Globe Award, and a nomination for best actress from the academy. The film's soundtrack which Diana recorded became a number one hit on the U.S. album chart. The next year, in 1973, Diana became the first performer in Japan's history to receive an invitation to perform in front of a private audience, including Empress naga at the imperial palace. She continued breaking barriers and making history when she became the first African American woman to co host the Academy Awards in 1974. Billboard named her the female entertainer of the century. In 1976. Diana's other notable acting roles include her part as the protagonist in the 1975 film mahogany and Dorothy in the Wiz. In 1978, African American film adaptation of The Wizard of Oz. In the 1980s, Diana continued to soar. She started off by releasing Diana, her most successful album as a solo artist. It featured number one upside down and popular dance trap. I'm coming out. But by 1981, Diana left Motown records and signed a $20 million 7 year contract with RCA Records that gave her complete control over her music. At the time, it was the most expensive recording deal for a single artist..
"diana" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Today's living legend has a career that spanned the last 6 decades. She is the only female artist you have number one singles as a solo artist as a duet as a member of a trio and as an ensemble member. Her vocals shaped what is known as the Motown sound and have influenced generations of artists. Let's talk about Diana Ross. What works for me, and I noticed that it works for me for me to be totally honest. And honestly, that's what I feel right now. Tomorrow it may change. I don't know what my future's like. But I know that if I'm totally honest, I can't go wrong. The truth will set you free. Diana Ross was born on March 26th, 1944 in Detroit, Michigan. She was the second oldest of 7 children. Diana spent the majority of her childhood in Detroit, but when she was 7, her father moved the family to Alabama to be close to relatives after her mother was diagnosed with tuberculosis. Upon her mother's recovery, the family returned to Detroit. At the beginning of her adolescence, Diana and her family moved from the north and section of Detroit to the working class, Brewster Douglass housing projects. Diana attended Cass technical high school. The only magnet school in Detroit at the time. When she was 50, Diana joined the all girl music group, the premise. The group originally included Diana, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard, and Barbara Martin. Barbara eventually dropped out in 1962. With Florence on lead vocals, the permits performed around town at saw cops and talent competitions. Once they realized their local popularity, Diana asked her friend and former neighbor, Smokey Robinson, to bring them to Motown records to audition for executives. In his autobiography, Motown records label founder, Berry Gordy junior. Remembers being stopped in his tracks on his way to a business meeting when he heard Diana singing. There goes my baby..
Queen marks 70th anniversary with support for Camilla
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The Sundance Film Festival is back and online once more
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"diana" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"Better be schilling sharing or something that regard and so it's always going to be a refinement of your messaging or even your quality to is not always like spending a ton of money but what could be improved and make a significant difference for maybe a small dollar effects. And so that's something to always look at your brand. You made. how clarity. You're branding your messaging and who you're helping with wet specifically fantastic but the refinement of that message is always gonna call. Come into question and be called to question with new introduction of platforms and as our audience changes and shifts. Okay so let's dig a little deeper into that that. Let's say that i'm ready to do that. I'm ready to refine so. Let's get down to the nitty gritty. What do i need in order to get to a better level of recording. I'm be real specific. Talked about the different types of equipment that are out there and then you can be even more specific if you want to. As far as brands and again folks will be sure to include stuff like this in the show so for those of you who are driving or who are on the treadmill. Please don't stop to write this down. I don't want to hear about accidents and people get so sure so the thing now if we're going into technically speaking quality is it can be a money pit if you're not careful because you can assume you need to buy something else for it to be better. If you're messing sucks the more expensive. The camera will not help you or microphone. However you do think about your love that okay today that again so that that was that is healthy. I you to say that again please. I have it saved. I have to think how it said it now is like if you're competent. Essentially of your content sucks a more expensive microphone or a more expensive camera will not help you. It can look pretty and still have a one percent average view duration. And nobody's watching so it doesn't matter your content is still going to be the cane which your quality should still be in the royal household so if the approach that i take with a diana us win. The equipment is holding me back then. It's time to up net ties in with what you're saying about messaging because if i have crap messaging i don't need great equipment for.
"diana" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"They're still fighting sony fires so so many in the west hail nimrods stay safe now. It's getting some royal blood but not the awesome hard rock. Power duo by that name from brighton. And those guys are still fucking good. Amazed at the amount of sound can come out of the two guys Sewer talented level What are we talking about them today. Now we're talking about the british royal family there. They're royal blood. of course. How did the current royal family queen elizabeth and her brood. Come to be. How lady diana spencer become diana princess wales charm the entire world with their beauty fashion philanthropy lovable personality style into an overview of who lady di was followed by a bit of british. Royal history followed by a timeline. Of diana's life exploration expiration conspiracies that surrounded her death henceforth majesty it has convinced with some regal.
"diana" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Diana princess of wales oftentimes called the people's princess born into a wealthy aristocratic family with strong royal ties. Dina grew up assuming her future would be pretty damn bright of course. She assumed that she was raised. Essentially to be married someone with royal blood to be married to a high born man of means. But you couldn't have known or assumed dreamt. Maybe that you would actually marry the prince of england heir to the british throne and become the british commonwealth princess. That's exactly what happened. She i caught. Prince charles is is a teenager when he was of all things. Dating her older sister would appear to be a sweet and dreamlike. Royal romance would begin later when that would capture the world's attention then it seemed to have it all to be living a fairy tale. A little prince the off romanticized prince charming had picked her her foot at fit the fabled glass slipper and she looked like a fairytale princess. She was young elegant fashionable beautiful. And now she wasn't actual princess but fairy tales. Don't often actually really come true do they. Yes dan i was becoming a princess but she was not becoming the happy bride of a devoted in love struck prince charming their fairytale romance was fake from the beginning a show put on for the cameras to uphold the all important picture perfect and profitable image of the british royal family beneath the facade of their romance behind the beautiful clothes and jewels. Extravagant wealth was a woman who is sick and suffering. Diana wet a man whose heart and bed already belonged someone else someone. The king and queen had deemed unsuitable wife for the prince. Diana's happy heavily publicized honeymoon was spent largely in tears. She married a man who she didn't really love because you didn't really know him a man who wished he was married to someone else and now diana worked hard to hide her true feelings from the media frenzy that surrounded her. She'd sacrificed any hope for a private life. Once she'd said yes to prince charles's marriage proposal. The british media and paparazzi would now watch her every move the rest of her life often waiting for her to make a mistake looking for suspected chinks in the royal family's armor diana herself said towards the end of her life after her marriage had ended. I seem to be on the front of a newspaper every single day which is an isolating experience and the higher. The media puts you places you. The bigger the drop
"diana" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"I tweet around Ver- landscape is constantly changing. It's like a week ago. Yeah i not looked everything over to the spot farm. Which i don't think that's happened but it's just like you know things are while it looks like you're on twitter because i heard it was illegal for people in your age range to be on twitter. You're supposed to be on. Either grammar. Tic tac still alive list of fifteen-year-olds. Now i mean first of all. Listen i hopefully nobody from twitter Coming up so don't ban me No it's legalizing thirteen and up on the fourteen enough legal tongue-in-cheek legal is is that. I thought the party had moved away from twitter and over to instagram and tik tuk and twitter was for old people in politicians. now know. that's the crypto people. Are you kidding. Everybody like if you wanna get less time you wanna a party recently in early. Know how do i find you in dealing with chancery Twitter like avance again. I use them as i need to post more on it. But i'm like that is not the place to really connect get to know this community like. I say everybody will help you out. If you reach out to somebody somebody late was going on me like more. Like i'd say like nine Healthy unless they're you know one of the really really big people just have time. But it's it's really Did that with a lot of people Like can you just outlay a little bit. You not to understand than i did that long clubhouse with that's kind of like dying out a little bit more now. Both of black men of tr on they do interested entities on clubhouse a lot i think maybe once or twice a week which is that bring artists in. Everybody speaks and they do. Unlike your knees love it. I love it has so much remained to an out. We're going to be like. I said we're going to be meeting every week. And we're gonna have like this update on diana half an hour on the m. f. t. girl corner right there. Typecast typecast cool and clear it is. It is an absolute pleasure chatting with us. Our second conversation. I feel like we have hours about. This stuff is fantastic. Well thank you. Diana sinclair dot. Com is the url. Where people can go to. And you're you're linked to your Your foundation and all that stuff is there so they can your twitter all that stuff. All at diana sinclair dot com. Go there as my portfolio. My about me and the price that i've done just like and i've got to get better about updating. Hopefully i'll get a website soon but right now just using format whatever whatever works works yep whatever works minimum viable product is get it out there and integrate. Cool all right. We'll leave it right there. Thanks a lot and thanks for doing this on a monday. We recording this on august sixteenth and Mondays a rough. So thank you for doing. This is i'm tired. I get my energy those actually one of the very good. I'll say this one very quickly Great pieces of advice. That i got that. It's like when you're in the center of this like you gotta make sure that you take care of your own energy that i'm trying to get into account cambria take our for me to get my energy up cycling. Take care of the rest of the stuff. I need to do because people will feed off of me. You know some mets exactly right. You know my. Here's my secret right here coffee. Yes i need to dan. i'm going to get off and go get a cup of coffee before the next meeting that i have there you go see your revived from this conversation. So you get great..
"diana" Discussed on Tech Zone With Paul Amadeus Lane
"What verizon verizon is doing to help change the conversation we can do things that are nice. An awesome for people is very admirable in my next guest is going to share with us. What they're doing and how we can just experience it and learn about this. I am so happy to have back with me. The beautiful the amazing tech expert at verizon. Diana alvear was going on diana how are you. I'm good. I'm so happy to be back with you paul. And today we have such a great topic to discuss. I'm always upper talking mountainous. You know what. I am so looking forward to this because the road which we live in diana you and i have had discussions even even off camera and With the world is now's more carrying more love. And i'm so glad to see verizon step up to the plate because these are some things that we as consumers really need to celebrate highlights. I'm glad that you you've come on to talk about it. So take it away my friend. What's going on so the whole conversation behind this whole campaign came about because we've got folks working in our stores that folks working in the field. Field technicians and south. They're all out there making sure that people get what they need and we really wanted to remind people that there were humans behind you know the attacker zone out where the customer service persona up or the the solution specialists. These are moms dads sisters brothers and that we could all use a little bit more kindness rights just remember like whenever possible to behind well that developed into a whole campaign. We're now we're really doing lots and lots of events around Around kindness out one of the coolest things that we john is that we've partnered with a pair of brothers. The are beings who working in the service industry in new jersey the jersey shore and then when the kinetic hat they got laid off like so many other service industry workers and we've seen just the wreckage The last few months rates so many businesses such close so many people are losing their jobs and so with these brothers decided to do with..
"diana" Discussed on The HeirPod
"To be i guess more fitting for for for for sculptor sculpture to sates because before it was had lots of cutter very narrow flowerbeds and sort of paved walkways and it wasn't the most simple of spaces and so they've really kind of simplified it. They brought in lawn and a sort of very color schemes group of plants of four thousand plans. But all very much in that. So pastel colors game to complement the bronze sculpture. That was there so he had of course these individuals involved in it but it was mostly people that were major parts of diners life. And i think that's what made it much more special and you could see when they're all together. Why then wouldn't have been formal speeches. In fact it was very much just sort of like missing your and your uncle was lots of hugs and chit chats. And i think everyone there was just very excited to be able to have this special moment to remember diana's life and although the unveiling did take place during the time they were together i think twenty minutes or so was just everyone catching up. They had met briefly inside and they came outside for twenty minutes. And then the unveiling happened. Which was william and harry together side by side pulling the sheets off the sculpture..
"diana" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"It's written uh ski here. Happy really well. And i'd like to say thank you for all of the support that you are showing for the show. The feedback is is warm. It's inspiring and it's just it's wonderful. So i keep coming through now on today. We're gonna be talking about emotional intelligence with diana kewnya welcome to the show diana absolutely a pleasure to heavy he today. Now i don't know much about emotional intelligence and for those who are on the show. This is going to be a route trait if you if you want to learn more. Because diana's a professional speaker and she is a coach and her specialty is emotional intelligence. And we're gonna take into that in a little diana but before we do that love to learn more you. I guess a good place to start is is way where you live. Where is home for you home for me is huntington beach california. Oh a lovely place to live. Yeah it's nice you playing a you. I am so i enjoy the beach. And it's also a great place to jog and exercise and it was really great outlet Has been a good outlet during the pandemic so i was very fortunate to be able to be near the water fantastic. All of huntington beach of all that coastline is just such a beautiful place and the surface fantastic are remember that. That's for sure certain. And do you find walking. Ran a place tat that you're inspired. That inspires me. I think you know. Connecting to getting connecting to nature of being near nature is inspiring to meet hard getting away from technology. And all the things that were other ways connected to and also A lot of inspiration from other individuals who are thought leaders in the area. So although i do like to disconnect from technology we'll say you will often find you're listening to a podcast or an audible book. John's or walks to you so fantastic. You talked about technology. Diana and needing to disconnect occasionally. I'd love to explore that in terms of how it might be impacting both negatively and positively our emotional intelligence. I would probably swing back around to that question later on if you don't mind now in terms of Hobbies and pastimes. Do you do anything else to your favorite movies. What you think. Oh i love to cook fantastic and love to travel. He gave us chairman going on at the moment and they will say even further hurt. I like combining those two things together so one of my most favorite things to do. I haven't done it in a while but one of my most favorite things to do is recreate a meal. Had from one of the trips. That i've taken so like a many years ago. I went to croatia and had a really lovely seafood pasta there that i remade and getting angry morocco and re trying to recreate this chicken best. Stella our just like a puff pastry or low with chickens not being and powdered sugar. And so nice. Way to like relive where you were. Learn some some new recipes. And i get to relive the experience of the travel so i would say those. Those things might be a great wonderful. Do you have a particular cuisine that you'd prefer. I like i like it. All i would say tend to kind of by default. Lean towards like french or talian is just kind of like the base. But i love all kinds of cuisine like Asian mexican indian all fantastic. Now i'm always to go back and relive our childhood. As and i always think about my early days with pets. Did you have a pet. And if he did what was what was your funds memory..
"diana" Discussed on Baby-Led Weaning Made Easy
"Egg is welcome back. Today's episode talking about meat and in particular. I interviewing a different kind of dietitian. I've got diana rogers on today. She has written a book called sacred cow. She just releasing him produced a movie called the sacred cow. She's all about the importance of eating animal products and with an emphasis on beef now if you are a stressful blown plant based person vegan. This is probably not going to be episode for you and you might just want to skip to another one but if you're interested in a little bit of the nuances of selecting means like from one when i go to the grocery store i'm always like oh what is like what is finished. Gresh fed what is pasture raised. What does hormone-free antibiotic free mean. She's touching on some of those issues that face us as consumers. So i wanted to have her on to talk about selecting me. An animal products from a sustainability standpoint. And diana's work is unique. She is not your typical dietitian. As i said she kind of described herself as a rogue dietitian and like listen to someone who teaches baby led weaning and a dietitian like in a world where all ever learn about and teach about traditional spoon. Feeding myself could be considered road. I tissues so. I actually really appreciate her perspective as we do. With all topics you take everything with a grain of salt. But i like diana's work because she kinda drives it down to listen. There's three main issues when we're talking about animal foods we're talking about the nutritional benefits of it the environmental impact and then the ethical considerations. So i think you'll kind of hear those messages laced throughout the interview with diana today again this is diana rogers. She's a registered dietitian and. She talks a lot about the case for meat but she always qualifies the case for better meet. Well hello diana. Thank you so much for joining me today on the podcasts. Great to speak with you and so honored to be here. Thanks for inviting me okay. So is a registered dietitian. I am so fascinated by your background. And i know you're registered dietitian as well as wondering if you could just tell our audience a little bit about the work you do and then how you got to be in a position where you are dietitian specializing in this very unique area. Yeah i mean my current. What i'm doing is i have a part time nutrition clinic where i help people i mostly focus on moms That's just who tends to gravitate towards me folks who are looking to either lose.
"diana" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"To the calls and Diana how are you today I'm doing fine my question is about using an O. ring in a in a toilet my house my house that we've had started about a year ago just doing a little bit of dampness on the grout around the tiles around the toilet yep so that's been fixed it about three weeks ago and in the media at Lee was exact same way someone said that you have to put into does that mean we have to start over and you have to get that one off and put two more on how would you do that well normally you only have to put one N. A. but if the floor where you didn't have any used to is like if if you had linoleum flooring and then came in and put tile floor that raise the toilet up a little bit and sometimes one rings not enough so in those cases you sometimes have to put to they also make now a a a rubberized ring there is much thicker and when will compensate it does cost more but the advantages when you use a wax ring when you're putting it on if you tip the toilet a little bit or tornado rocket anything like that you crush the wax ring and it won't seal properly though synthetic ones there rubberized do you can move the toilet up and down you can move it side ways you can do whatever in because its expansive its stay sealed and you don't have the issue we don't have would know him so probably that is not the issue but it would it be best for him to just take out the woman he just put in and put in the rubberized it's a little more fool proof for for people who are used to putting in work row wax rings yes okay thank you for your help you bet take care I updated and again the wax ring is is not a real complicated yet make sure you clean all the wax off both the bottom of the toilet and from the hole in around the pipe in the floor and you're gonna see that there's a metal ring there that you got to make sure all the wax is cleaned up good because you've got to set the toilet straight down without tipping at and stuff in order for that wax to squeeze out in seal everything the way it's supposed to you know I basically just crushes it down as you sit in the toilet so again if you lean it or anything you you mess up the shape and then it doesn't seal properly let's see seven one three two one two five eight one four four eight six six nine three seven zero zero zero three let's talk with Linda in Tomball how are you I'm great I have a question I'm we have a broken window just the glass is broken in our bedroom and my husband for some plexiglass in there for now but we need to fix the window would we need to request a replacement or can you go after that went down well is it a single pane piece of glass or was it W. I don't know if it's single pane you can go to any glass shop or even the box stores a lot of times hardware stores a lot of places will cut you a piece of glass to the size you need put it in use the material around it to seal it you're done okay like I can go and you just have to get going nuclear and it was shown how to do that right yeah and yeah instead of having to spend a hundred and twenty dollars so for somebody to come out make a house call on it you know you go out by a five dollar piece of glass and some data to go around and you're done.
"diana" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A it's a it's a think Diana for unaffordability pushes sink into the cell and that's what is that this doctor is that he can't even think what they use for guy in this lesson thank you increase the concentration of zinc in in the seldom think actually stops the virus from replicating further there there's one way of antiviral okay okay okay then number two when the virus attacks the cell the virus can like pushes like a little bit like a bubble into the cell call light system and it once it gets in the cell from what is called an endo psalm in in in port actually detect actually detach and become it going into the cell it has to make fifty the PH very acidic so we can complete the process like about a sixty five which is pretty sick for B. and then and sell anyway the chloroquine actually says that it stops it from it stops the PH thing from happening it doesn't allow it the the virus to lower the PH so it's once again there it stops the that's another way it's anti viral it stops the virus from the replicate the bird to break into the cell this is called a late stage endosomal stage only way that number doesn't it that's another way it stops this is also a third way in the third way chloroquine stops the virus is that the virus do you know if for a defense to the seller has to grab hold the cell and in the way this quickly clone of iris grabs a hold or sell it looks for these these reset it's called the H. two receptor receptor yep yeah angiotensin converting enzyme anyway and what and what chloroquine does it it it it stops the reaction with the virus grabs a hold of the that receptor so the virus can even attach to the cells so there's three ways right there that I that I've come across the word antiviral to the H. receptor like you have people that are on blood pressure medication not exactly myself on and it's called an ace inhibitor is that what you're talking about a potential underlying condition where it with an ace prohibit or I don't have as many of those in my longs for it even attacks the when it doesn't act I'm gonna probably go downhill a lot quicker is that what that's supposed to be doing well if you have less of the receptors you'd be better off you know because it afforded tax if you have less receptors here pop the yeah you're exactly right toward the end the NGO tense and that that is that data actually stands for blood pressure and not yet that it what happens is that receptor he kind of converts from one form of angiotensin to another in it actually controls our blood pressure so it is high blood pressure yeah you take a look I've heard some of the reports that people that have a high blood pressure are at an increased risk and I just wondered if the is the ace a part of that or not I will ensure you know it it probably relate somehow yeah I mean it it's an interesting question I have to think about it but you know it it's generally speaking people that are healthier you know if if they get sick the regular look more likely to have a you know I did better but anyway the current Quinn.
"diana" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Solutions Diana's been looking ahead and asking some serious questions that you should ask yourself for a better twenty twenty what does it take Diana in this segment first off we talk about making a business unique what makes a business unique well I don't know I think you have to decide what it is that's going to make your business unique so you know what are your strengths what what makes you stand out from the five other businesses that are are like you you're all standing on a stage involved in your power point what it what makes you different what makes you unique from those people that are standing on that stage with you and if you don't know what that is that's a really good exercise for you to do at the beginning of twenty twenty now would be a good time really define what that is and it doesn't necessarily have to be some magical thing it could be something like how the way you get things done how you produce your work like I know all of an architectural firm who you know everybody always says to me maybe they're not the the hot high design firm but boy they get it done and they get it done on time nobody else in town does that so that's unique you that's unique that does work Milwaukee is not that big yes were big city but right word travels in the business community right you get it right you can you can get a reputation be good or bad right in my business you know are you do you are you are you a confidential person do you bring great ideas to the table you know what what it what's your what's your little secret sauce yeah yeah that's good so you have to figure out what your secret sauce doing these secret sauce to be a good guesses yes and unique it doesn't have to be magical it can be something very practical but you do it better than others so if you don't know what your secret sauces here's a way to do that what are the C. X. adjectives that best describe not only your year but your business what addresses six educativas that you would use and if you can't think of anything here's a great thing to ask your clients years ago somebody sent me a little email that said what are the three things your friends would say about you and so I made a list of like ten people and I sent the email to them and said can you send me three words and it was mind boggling I couldn't believe the things that people said it wasn't what I expected them to say they were wonderful things but I if I would have just came up with that on my own I I wouldn't have said those things so now is a business you say to a client yeah give me three words like adjectives to describe three adjectives get alerts about Diana bachelor and made you may not like the answer well I think generally what's going to happen is you're going to be so pleasantly surprised at what it is that you do that people like I wonder this is off the business topic Diane if we had to ask ourselves or ask your spouse come up with six adjectives to describe me it might be a alarm I think it's so awesome idea it's a good exercise right to learn from Diane we'll take a quick break now the reach out with you and all of that information about HM this group and you work with all size businesses any kind of company up private company a public entity non profits all businesses go through the same challenges and have the same opportunities so it's just applying basic.
"diana" Discussed on Historical Figures
"What it should be like. Mike I know his stick both must-carry. I do think we still make a good team in public. That's not a life. I Want Diana we must make do you. Isn't that right what your parents would say. It's time I stopped making my own decisions on these matters. I think separation would be best. I know what you're surely kidding. No we are in waiting. Charles you could be king and William after you. This destroys it all. It doesn't I can't do this to our children. They can't grow up with US apart your attachment to a title. I think it harms you more than it helps Diana William remains all son son. You will remain enough family but we must come clean with it. All it's Camilla then. This has nothing to do with her. Your mother refused to let you marry her. Yeah so you picked me yet now. It seems you've grown the courage to finally stand up to your mother have you. That's fair and it was you who taught taught me that I can dictate my own life. We all can. I am grateful for that Diana. You've lied to me many times but do you know which was the only only one that mattered when you told me you were in this to the end I barely knew but I trusted you meant it. I'm sorry you think you're sparing me from the public. You're feeding metoo them Charles. The amicable both separation goes live in December nineteen ninety-two over the next year. The rest of the sort of details fictionalized and not entered the public sphere. Both sides retreated into their own publicity camps Prince Charles Struggle to maintain the high ground admitting in a broadcast interview to his affair with Camilla Diana began to publicly accused him of wrongdoing dragging babysitter. Tiggy Legge Bork's name into the spotlight. Diana was always cannier Charles. When it came to the media in Nineteen ninety-five Five? She didn't interview on BBC where she told her side of the story entirely including her struggles with mental illness. After that interview Diana was all the British media seemed interested in. Princess Diana's candid interview has thrown Britain into a frenzy have frank admissions of postnatal depression boulimia and adultery horrendous sympathy in some quarters but her husband's allies have poured scorn on her claims of bad treatment by the royal family. Bushy lay low in Kensington Palace. The nation was gripped with speculation over her future. Offense challenge was carrying on his public duties with visit to Cornwall some of the tabloid reporters. Though such Nigel dempster had no problem with doing a bit of their own psychoanalysis. She can't possibly Chaka's and say I don't photograph me because this is a private matter because she's in the public eye. She's put herself. They're very firmly and she knows it and I think this is the one price is going to have to pay for this hour of. Shall we say burying her sold. She spun a deep web of contacts throughout the tabloid journalism. World often calling up reporters who had just dragged her name through the mud and the press and making nice finally Maggie. Sorry Royal Highness. I've told did you before dying is fine by it's chaos and the office today. That's why I'm calling. I'd like to help all of this sorted anyway. I can well. If we're really friends you tell me. James Hewitt actually is. Henry's father. Put Your tongue allowing you. This privilege. Remember that Maggie. I'm sorry it but it's just not true. Sometimes I wish James was his father. But they're both my little kings genetically speaking die love you. Everybody does but it's getting harder to sell that tiggy. Then you want some scandal. You May as well stop with her. Abortion of Charles. It's child hold on backup. Let me get a pen. I'd get a whole notebook too so that's pretty cold especially because any such abortion. Abortion never happened in the first place as Diana played the game she was trapped inside she got better at it but it reinforced her paranoid nature and rewarded her tendency he to stretch the truth. Some think it's time for the princess to move on. I believe many of her friends want her to move on move out of Kensington Palace by her prophecy. Make Life herself and finally divorced Prince Charles because the longest he stays inside Kensington Palace the longest she goes on hurting yourself move. I think she thought that she could maintain course and steer public opinion. She would emerge on the other side of this unscathed and perhaps with her position of influence maintained tained. But it wasn't meant to be. It's been too long. It does seem we exist in parallel dimensions now. Does it not not with only those gossip brags strung between us. It has been an unfortunate few years. Unfortunately so Charles tells me you will not listen to his latest proposal the opposite of proposal really. I suppose you did say you wouldn't obey him especially especially in moments like this. Surely you see what a mark that would leave on the throne on child's on William and Henry too. Don't forget yourself and yes myself myself. Charles made many mistakes with you Diana I should have seen this coming. I tried to control the boy for so many years. I feel responsible for this. I can make this work. That's how job in this family. I understand that the spencers in the windsors. Go back a long way don't we. He is copy. The first time either side has had to deal with something like this visa. On Modern Times Times I often do not comprehend in full. You have done great service in the name of my family and bringing us out into the light of the present day but in consideration of these these modern times. I think it's best if we end two things here divorce I don't know whether your child's mouthpiece Oh he's yours anymore anymore. We are People Diana trying to do the best we can with the situation. We've been handed. You take this too seriously. You don't take take my life seriously at all. This is business as usual for the royal family but not for me. This is all I have please. The divorce is only for Charles and your wellbeing. Well I can't argue with you can I but I will not go quietly if you think that's what I'm signing on for. I will fight to the end because I believe I have a role to fill and two children to bring up with me sometimes. A royal role is a sacrificial one. We'll return to our story in just a moment. Now the story continues. The divorce was finalized in August. August nineteen ninety-six. Diana received a lump sum of seventeen million pounds as well as a four hundred thousand pound a year allowance. The title Royal Highness was Strip from her name. Though Princess of Wales was conceded to her Diana remained in close orbit in the apartment. She had kept with Charles at Kensington. Instead Jennifer treating from the public sphere as she announced she would back in nineteen ninety-three during the separation. The divorce reawakened force inside Diana. She may not be Charles's princess but she was still a princess and she would utilize that role accordingly. Her charity work continued and her travels brought her to many more dangerous environments an infamous photograph reveals Diana wearing a ballistic helmet in protective jacket while visiting Angola with the Halo Trust a group dedicated to safely disarming weapons and land mines left behind after wars even from beyond the divorce. Such imagery of Diana struck fear An insecurity into the heart of the royals in her. Later Years Diana's paranoia refused to let up again. She did have a lot of evidence that the royals probably didn't like very much. But Diana at times believed that some people in the monarchy were actively plotting her demise such claims have of course never been substantiated. But just knowing what was going on. Diana's mind during this time makes these final years all the more tragic there was a final bright flash of hope though because for two years she fell in love with another a man she would call the one true love of her life. He was a British Pakistani surgeon named has nut con in the summer of Ninety six. She arranged a secret trip to Pakistan Augustan to meet his family. This means so much to US dying. It means the world to me has not the last year. It's as if all of my life before had just been Lena Dream in preparation for my waking to your eyes I lo- the stress must be offered keeping all of this derives. Its best for us both. Isn't it yes yes I do. Think so perhaps one day my love I will be able to host your family at Kensington. Perhaps Diana you leave Kensington in the past as well.
"diana" Discussed on Diana: Case Solved
"The US coastguard is conducting a search and has now been confirmed that all three bodies John F. Kennedy junior his wife Caroline Airline and her sister. Lauren had been found on the ocean. Floor off Martha's Vineyard. He was America's Crown Prince born. The son of President and list with his father's good looks wchs charisma and talent but on July sixteenth. Nineteen Ninety nine the plane. JFK Junior was piloting mysteriously plunged into the ocean. The most crash really Judah Pollen era will something citizen Narathiwat diversion. One is to believe comics homicide. Detective Colin McLaren of investigated countless motives mafia hits and cold cases. Go much evidence that he was murdered. Ordered studied every aspect of the life and death. JFK Junior now in twelve pot podcast series fatal voyage the a den of JFK. Junior talked to crucial new witnesses and uncovered deeply buried documents and explore his private life. I do believe that all of that information is out there and has just been covered up as things in the JFK in our location they should. I also answer the two questions that still hang over the life and death of JFK Junior. Who was the man the world new as Jive Kaduna and what happened in the skies either math as vineyard on that fateful night soon as he turned e lost the reason. It's now getting dark. He continued to fly toward the Vin. And then for some reason he made a couple of turn I will never know why he made the turns join us and listen to fight. Allege the dead of JFK Junie as we separate conspiracy from fact subscribe now to uncover the truth on fighter voyage. The Jiji No..
"diana" Discussed on Citation Needed
"That's fantastic and of course. There was a legal document to settle her royal title name-change with Diana being officially stripped of the Royal Highness. Part in response her son Prince William told her. Don't worry I'll give you back that full title when I become King and you're definitely still alive to see that so you'll get to well. Hi again. Owing the divorce Diana started dating the perfect rebound spite man. This was house is not Khan. He's one of the world's best heart and lung surgeons he's Muslim and he has a good deal of Melanin. So in Charles's Charles face all that stuff all the stuff Charles is not and eventually that relationship with house not con ended though and during the summer of nineteen ninety. The seven Diana's started seeing Dodie Fed. The son of the Egyptian billionaire. Mohamed Al Fayed. Oh weird side. Note when I worked at Hambley's of London off if I was the owner and he used to throw this giant Christmas party with awesome food and open bar in the store at Christmas but that was the only time anybody ever got to SOM- armed because he wouldn't attend the party but he would end the party by getting on stage that he had erected and singing my way by Frank Sinatra. The stories are like the little details and how none of them are probably true. I you know I just ally singing Sinatra right. Nobody watching him at that Christmas party. So this this courtship with dody fed it seemed to ramp up pretty quickly with rumors of marriage and baby right away but it all came to an end on August thirty first when they both died in a car crash in Paris France. Their driver on re Paul also died in that crash. The only survivor from their vehicle was bodyguard. The Trevor Rees Jones who allegedly bumped his head and very conveniently can't really remember anything about the incident. Now all of a sudden can you imagine being that bodyguard. I mean wakes up your this looks around the blood Iraqis like I had one job in so much trouble slow-motion dive. This isn't helping. I just want to point out that right now. She's taking note of the exact minute where heath himself described blows to the head as convenient. So here's the seek convenient. Here's the sequence of events on the day leading up to the crash Dodi and Diana were staying at the Hotel Ritz in Paris on the night of August thirtieth on their way back to London in a private jet after after a yachting vacation in the French and Italian Riviera but you try to build up some sympathy anyway. They're about to die so he gets settled into their penthouse suite and Dhoti goes out by himself to look at extremely expensive wedding rings at and no Oh not helping. And according to several authors and also the highly reputable Middle Market Tabloid Daily Express. dodie was planning to proposed posed Diana the very next day and the only people who could have known that were either very close friends and family or an elaborate network of murder spa labyrinth network of murders the only two options either way together either way gets think about surveillance footage from that jeweler was later reviewed. It showed Dodie leaving without a ring. But according to Dodi's father the couple was planning to announce announced their engagement on September. First there was no evidence of any preparation for a giant media event. Like that and this was one of about hundred seventy five different conspiracy elements that were floated by Mohamed. Al Fayed but still very convenient timing I would say all of this. Just backup backup to the beginning a little bit. You know what I love. I love when rich people without real jobs. Come back from vacation like writes your whole life. Life is the vacation. You came back to vacation vacation. What is Tom's was job? I wonder I don't get what Tom Vacation House..
"diana" Discussed on Citation Needed
"It was fine just fine. Yeah but but as a joker he was he was incredible. I mean the but did you see he never really here. Also good because the angle does yes exactly the thing versus leases. What what fucking happen year? Is this all loosen this yard. She's GonNa kill you guys this. This noah is the Internet. No no I think the Internet. That's on a computer silly silly Tom Sweet Tom. No this is the connection of the Internet. So you know how Eli. And I always unraveling Noah and cease lies constantly women. Now what happens at the moon wasn't really listen to the shows outs. Yeah okay. Well this is the connection between all of All those lies nine eleven the Moon Landing Finland thank you. Princess Diana the source of nine eleven is Princess Diana Diana Princess Diana that link. Exactly Oh okay. He's before you go any further it princess. Diana was so important public figure to a lot. The people right like issues. The first member of the Royal Family a lot of people could relate to she was personable and dealt with her own demons and some very brave and public ways. So whatever you do just do it. Tastefully okay tastefully. Yeah no for sure. Yup absolutely okay. So Grocery Grocery store would not sell me any soil cantaloupe but they did. Let me read the dumpster so I got some Nice Art. The show I quit. I quit tastes fall. Melons sees Mariel. Tasteful tasteful Hello and welcome to citation needed. The podcasts are the subject. Read a single the article about it on Wikipedia and pretend we're experts because this is the Internet and that's how it works now I'm seasonal and I'll be reluctantly hosting this episode of the Cunanan on story hour. Two guys wish that they could remain anonymous to Tom Noah. Okay Yeah but there's no way to remain anonymous when you have introduce yourself neighbor by neighbor by law drink with ally. That's fair yes easily here I am. I'm just wish that I could be anonymous sitting around with my normal human real name Noah machine pining for and also joining us tonight the Chuck Tangle of Conspiracy Theories and his mentor. And Eli when you can snatch the truth from the Geeky back then you will be in their hounded in the Yik by my own itself right right patrons without your support heath could not afford the monocoque it takes to write something like that as a modern day a fraud. I mean I mean Freud. What's Freudian slip? What do you know anyway by Heath Drugs and this is what you get? And if you'd like to learn how to help he score score more paranoia powder stick around till the end of the show and with that out of the way. Tell us what person place thing concept phenomenon or event. Will we be talking about today. Hey well I don't know what you and I'll be talking about with. The rest of these hassles are going to be the death of Princess Diana Princess Diana exact John Jesus in Heath you crushed up. Some adderall snored. It and talk to yourself for a few days. You're ready to help us understand your vision. Vision Quest Police say no. Listen to go no. I hate to disappoint you. There were no drugs involved and a sober inquiry of. That's actually that's not something you should all right. He was transit. Saint Princess Diana I was a member of the British royal family. A philanthropist humanitarian activist fashion icon the first wife of heir apparent to to the throne Prince Charles. The mother of Prince William and Prince Henry and probably a murder victim thanks giant conspiracy..