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Ari Fleischer: New Generation of Journalists Become Activists

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Ari Fleischer: New Generation of Journalists Become Activists

"I'd make a strong case to you and I think you'd like me agree with it Yeah that's still a key part of it But the old gray lady media has been replaced by social media That is the only thing can explain that the willing suspension of this belief they ask us to engage in while they keep telling us their journalists You know you see people like Taylor Lorenz who would be probably laughed out of the press room 20 years ago is now a major player in the left wing media precisely because she has a big social media following And The New York Times in The Washington Post have to bend the knee I mean is that analysis correct social media changed everything It's a huge part of my book Abs absolutely And what it's done and it's even worse than what you just said It's turned reporters particularly this newer younger generation of reporters into activists They're activists for a cause Why do they go to journalism school in the first place To move the needle and make things better And then you're taught by liberal professors and then they come out and they go in a newsroom surrounded by like minded liberal thinkers but what's changed now is there are very few grown up editors left who are telling the supporters their job is to be down the middle Reported straight report a fair I don't care if you don't like president Trump Be fair to him They don't do that anymore They get their jollies from being activists They get their jollies from getting more Twitter followers They get their jollies from having Hollywood stars follow them on Twitter and retweet them And then they get contracts with CNN or MSNBC And I'm not talking about people with opinions like you or me I'm talking about mainstream supposedly down the middle journalist This is where that industry is Diane And they killed themselves

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The Putin Apologists Hiding Behind an 'America First' Sticker

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

The Putin Apologists Hiding Behind an 'America First' Sticker

"When you listen to them and they claim they're for America first and they're against the Republican establishment The problem is they're for the Russian establishment Should be opposed to both We don't have American soldiers there They're Russian soldiers there in a country where they shouldn't be It almost sounds like they're concerned It's in so much for American soldiers getting wounded They're not there It's for Russian soldiers getting wounded and killed And that America provoked the whole damn thing I mean after all according to Rand Paul so many of these countries were part of Russia in the 1920s Wow No wonder the guy can never support Israel Israel didn't have his independence to the 1940s Wow we're looking at the 1920s Why look at the 1920s Look at the 1820s Look at the 1720s How about we look 3500 years ago At your Diane Samara Oh no we can't do that These are the kind of jackass arguments they have to make They're not worried about American soldiers There's no American soldiers They're nobody's promoting that idea Even a couple knuckleheads who did a pull back Like this guy senator Coons from Delaware He humiliated himself but you don't even hear that from Lindsey Graham So that's a false argument So what is it that they're concerned about Killing Russian soldiers Upsetting Putin But don't worry they're not Putin support American first Checking out Soleimani They oppose that too Very provocative you know Why do we care Let's Soleimani do whatever he wants to

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NFL Says Each Team Must Hire Minority Offensive Coach

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

NFL Says Each Team Must Hire Minority Offensive Coach

"You got to hear this package. From ABC News. And the NFL has announced new rules to guarantee more opportunities for minorities and women. This comes after former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores filed a lawsuit against the league and three of its teams for racial discrimination. Trevor alt has more from outside NFL headquarters in New York. Hi, Trevor. Diane, these are really big changes from the NFL as the league has been facing increasing scrutiny and pressure from a lot of people who say they're minority initiatives simply were not doing enough and so beginning this upcoming season, all 32 NFL teams will be required to hire a minority or woman in a prominent offensive coaching position. The goal is to then create more highly sought after a head coaching minority candidates and then ultimately some more minority head coaches, which a lot of people say, there's simply not enough of those right now. This is a substantial expansion of what's called the Rooney rule, which up till now has only required teams to interview one minority candidate before they hired a new head coach. This is also the first time that women have been included. And of course, this change comes as the league is facing a lawsuit from former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores, alleging discrimination in the league's hiring practices, though the league denies those allegations. So I want to get this straight. This black coach feels he got passed over because I guess he's black. Think about that. Let that sink in.

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US added 678,000 jobs in February in sign of economic health

AP News Radio

01:11 min | 2 months ago

US added 678,000 jobs in February in sign of economic health

"U. S. employers added a robust two six hundred and seventy eight thousand jobs in February underscoring the economy's solid health as the Omicron way fates I'm Ben Thomas with a closer look these are stunning job gains at six hundred and seventy eight thousand after record job gaining year in twenty twenty one were really recouping the ground loss due to the pandemic extremely rapidly grant Thorton chief economist Diane Swonk also notes unemployment dropped to three point eight percent only slightly above the lows that we saw prior to the pandemic in February of twenty twenty of three and a half percent what the labor department report showed the work week rebounded in February after the Omicron wave of covert nineteen forced many to miss time in January average hourly earnings are up quite substantially during the month when you include the hours worked along with average wages but swap notes the strong data is giving the federal reserve some concern it's a little too hot to the touch we'd like to see more moderate employment gains and wage gains that allow the economy to continue to expand and not cut into our living standards with higher inflation and Thomas Washington

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Democrats Can Be So Condescending to People of Color

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | 5 months ago

Democrats Can Be So Condescending to People of Color

"This studio and I think I must be having like a mini stroke. I took a call from Amy, Diane and Tampa wants to react to Amy's position before we go to Andy mangy on from amac. How do you and Diane? I'm great. How are you? Well, I'm just baffled by Amy's call. Do you want to make sense of it? Yeah. Okay, that had to be the dumbest thing I've ever heard. That they work late. Okay. I know a lot of black people who work 9 to 5, they are successful, not everybody is, you know, not all minorities sit around all day until they can go to work at Burger King. It's just that's not right. And then the way the left is the condescending really racist way the left things. I mean, honest to goodness. That's their mindset. Well, you know, minorities, they work late. They're all at Burger King working second shift. So they got to have drop boxes. Can you imagine? You know what, if it's a matter of where the, you know, making it easier for them to vote? Well, it makes it easier for whites too. I mean, that's a dumbest thing I've ever heard. And the

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"diane" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

02:24 min | 7 months ago

"diane" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Some speculate <Speech_Female> that she was really stressed <Speech_Female> about running late because <Speech_Female> she's a perfectionist <Speech_Female> that perhaps <Speech_Female> alike. Ease her <Speech_Female> pain. that's why she <Speech_Female> drank and smoked <Speech_Female> and that led to <Speech_Female> the disorientation. <Speech_Female> Or you <Speech_Female> know it could. Substance <Speech_Female> use can <SpeakerChange> also lead <Speech_Female> to disassociation <Speech_Female> absolutely. It could <Speech_Female> totally lead <SpeakerChange> to the so. <Speech_Female> They'll maybe she lost <Speech_Female> touch with three. <Speech_Female> Maybe ultimately she <Speech_Female> lost touch with reality <Speech_Female> so it kind of spiraled <Speech_Female> out of control. <Speech_Female> I don't think she <Speech_Female> would do all this. <SpeakerChange> She was running <Speech_Female> late. No <Speech_Female> but there's exacerbated <Speech_Female> is right. She might have had a so <Speech_Female> many other things going <Speech_Female> on in. This was just <Speech_Female> like the straw <Speech_Female> that broke the <Speech_Female> camel's back <Speech_Female> like it just sparked <Speech_Female> something. Yeah it just <Speech_Female> made me think if she was suicidal <Speech_Female> and she pulled over <Speech_Female> right before the bridge <Speech_Female> went not leave the kids in the <Speech_Female> car and go jump off the bird. <Speech_Female> They have no idea. <Speech_Female> That's why was <Speech_Female> this premeditated <Speech_Female> that it just <Speech_Female> like. This is right <Speech_Female> up there with cindy <Speech_Female> james. I think i <Speech_Female> was thinking that well. 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"diane" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:41 min | 7 months ago

"diane" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Neither of them would accept these findings and they were in denial and convinced that there was an error with these toxicology reports. Do they ever rerun them yet. We'll get there so they believe that either. The wrong dna was tested or that. The findings were somehow incorrect. But you and. I both know that. What are the odds of that happening. I mean it could have. They're not high. Yeah 'cause now. You have toxicology report. Supporting the circumstantial evidence putting the pieces together of what looks like happened. So knowing state that diane was in during the crash once this toxicology report was made public. There was a lot of controversy between those who supported her her family. And those who vilified her basically strangers who called her reckless drunk. People were pissed off. There were eleven victims seven of which lost their lives in this crash. It was very important to the victims families particularly daniel to understand what had happened and investigating the events that took place on the way home from the campground. All of the workers from each place were visited member that she stopped at mcdonalds and the gas station. So i you have the campground owner who said nothing seemed wrong with diane. When they were checking out they had an exchange. The family goes to this campground a lot so she was friendly with the campground owners and they said no. She seems she didn't seem drunk. Every everyone seems happy and well. The gestation employee said that diane look sober. She did ask for that fast. Acting pain medication. And other than that you know. She wasn't slurring. She didn't smell like alcohol. Okay but isn't it true if you drink vodka you don't always vodkas like the league smell. Alcohol smell them mixed with orange juice. You know so. Daniel starts making up excuses. Oh this makes sense. She stopped at the gas station to get pollen because she probably had this really bad toothache and then she had to self medicate because she was in such excruciating pain so daniel says well maybe she drank the vodka because she was in such excruciating pain and nobody had her pain meds..

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"diane" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:52 min | 7 months ago

"diane" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Another caller said they saw her at a nearby rest area in a similar stance. Bending down vomiting right before one pm. Someone dialed a wrong number. From diane's phone it's not clear who dial this we don't know if it was a child dialing a number trying to get help or if it was diane who may be impaired and couldn't figure out how to dial the phone we'll never know unfortunately but a few minutes later. Emma called her father again except this phone call was a bit different this time. She was in a panic. She told her father that diane was incoherent having difficulty seeing she was confused and that they were lost during this call. Ms stated quote. There's something wrong with aunt diane You know where that came. Yeah i'm okay. So that's now the title of the gripping. Hbo documentary on this case. Which i urge you all wash. have you seen it. I've only held off because then you're covering the guests when you leave tonight. I'll probably watch it. Okay good during this call when she states. There's something wrong with diane. The parents heard the children crying in the background. And then the call dropped unexpectedly. Could you imagine the horror having zero control hearing your children and your niece and nephew crying in the background and your daughter in a panic and not knowing what is going on now. i can't and also because things it seems so normal up to that time so even more panic what do you mean everything was just fine like twenty minutes ago. How could something drop fast. And that's kind of one of the big mysteries here is what happened in those few minutes. Or was they faking. The reason i say that is was diane acting at some point. Because she got on the phone and described feeling disoriented and sounded like she was slurring member they had just spoken to her not long before she sounds absolutely fine on the phone. She told warren that she was having foggy. Vision and warren told her to pullover. Stay off the road. Stay where you are going to come and meet you. Emma got back on the phone to try to help her. Dad figure out where they were now remember. She's only eight years old. She's young but luckily she's old enough to at least be able to read some nearby signs that help figure out where they are so he can get to them now. That call lasted approximately eight minutes. And around the same time the minivan pass through the tappan zee toll plaza. Wait so she was driving even though he told her not to. She was driving at some point during this call. She did pullover to an area like where they have like concrete barriers. It's almost like a pull off your pretty narrow side of the road. As would later be discovered they end left her phone neatly on this concrete barrier right before going through the tap and zee bridge. So it's almost you know she kind of pulls over just past the toll plaza. Her phone is placed and then she drives off now. Was this intentional. Many people have speculated because they looked like it wasn't thrown it was placed. Is it because they didn't want to deal with talking to anyone anymore. Is it because she got ill and left her phone there by accident. Nobody really knows what a passer-by does find the phone and turns it into the police eventually. Yeah and i cannot imagine how panic the hands are at this point again..

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Delta variant and worker shortage keep a lid on job growth

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Delta variant and worker shortage keep a lid on job growth

"September's jobs growth was the lowest of any month of this year as many companies continued struggling to fill millions of open positions employers added just one hundred ninety four thousand jobs the second straight tepid game and the fewest since they cut jobs in December the job survey was taken in early September when delta very in cases were rising the virus still dominates every single month of economic activity grants the wind chief economist Diane Swonk was among those forecasting a much bigger game still president Biden is touting real progress noting a sharp unemployment rate dropped to four point eight percent maybe done seem fast enough I'd like to see it faster we're going to make it faster the jobless rate fell in part because while more people found jobs fewer looked for work despite a record high job openings Sager made Connie Washington

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"diane" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

04:48 min | 8 months ago

"diane" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast

"Keizer like laser focus engage. Diane and i met at a conference a couple years ago We were at a table about women's breast health and Our fascinated with her story. She's done some amazing things to support women. And i can't wait for you to meet her. Because the information is going to share about a breast hell is going to blow your mind. So thank you diane. Thanks for being with us. Yeah thanks for having me. I love talking about breasts. it's It's it's one of the best topics out there and you know i always say with with breasts like we couldn't feed life without them so it's really important to take care of them there you go. We our communities all about breasts so all right so we always start off with the pain to passion story. You know the al that turning point worry the moment would you say this is my message to the world. So tell us the story. Yeah and that's where we find our the mess and the message rate the message in the mess and so for me It really was one of those moments. If a few out there who know those moments where you're on the ground literal on your knees crying and begging for an answer and wondering if you're gonna live beyond the moment of suffering that you're in and thinking if i can make it through this that can make it through anything so for me. The journey began about four years five years ago. Now i time is interesting right now but about five years ago. I believe it was at this point because it's been two years. Since i removed my breast implants and about five years ago. I was and i had many moments like this many moments where i was in bed thinking my dying. I don't know what's going on. I can't drive myself to the are. What are they going to see anyway. They're just gonna drug. I've been through this before. I gotta get through this. You know and and i believe in a higher power. I believe in god and so there was many moments where i was itching until i bled my bed Throughout the night couldn't sleep felt like there is bugs crawling all underneath my skin and into the to the point where i was in and out of the urgent care and here i am a certified functional diagnostic.

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"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

02:33 min | 8 months ago

"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"That will maybe even escape vaccine effectiveness and then they will travel to the united states So it's it's it's morally right and it's in our best interests but there is a middle way and i'm surprised that we're stuck in two different camps in one says just boost everybody and the other says boost nobody. I think there's a there's a way for us to kind of have arcachon to it. So to speak for eric gosden before we close. Is there anything else you'd like to add. I would just say this diane that a lot of people who who haven't been vaccinated they're good decent people. I i think that particularly the progressive left has been too quick to to blame to shame and to want to punish. I'm not in that camp. I think we need to have sympathy. Incompassion but i do say this. There's such good reasons to roll up your sleeves and get the job dude for yourself. Do it for your your family and your neighbors do it for the health workers when you go into hospital and do it for the for the common good. It's the ethically right thing to do. But it's also really in your best interest and everybody's best interests to do it professor and thank you so much. Thank you diana great admirers of yours as you know and i was really pleased to be refused. That was long and scott. Stint professor at global health at georgetown university hadn't authorized a new book global health security and that talk for today. You can find us on facebook and twitter. Where's is heading data xanten the email d. our podcast at w. amu dot org are theme. Music is composed. By jim brent. Bergen inlands verka wonder late. This show is produced by alison. Brody with help from. Sandra baker are engineered. Today is michael kidd. Thanks for listening all the well stay safe. I'm diane ream..

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Pittsburgh Wants You to See Constellations

Environment: NPR

02:03 min | 8 months ago

Pittsburgh Wants You to See Constellations

"When astronomer diane turn shack move to pittsburgh in nineteen eighty-one she noticed. Something big was missing from the night sky. When i grew up in new england you could just walk outside and look up and see the milky way. But when i arrived in pittsburgh the sky had started to decline in quality. Still she says at the time her students at carnegie mellon university were very familiar with the milky way they knew about stars and constellations. That is not the case anymore forty years later. I have to explain what the milky way is and describe what it looks like in a show pictures and they think those pictures are fake. Because of light pollution major constellations can be totally invisible in cities. The pittsburgh city council is now trying to do something about it with the help of scientists like turn check. It passed a dark sky. Ordinance last week to reduce light pollution. This city is going to replace streetlights with warm tone. Led lights and they're also going to install shields so that late doesn't travel up what we're trying to do is cut out the light at the blue end of the spectrum because blue light scatters more easily than red light in the atmosphere rate. That's why the sky is blue. So blue light scatters everywhere. It doesn't stay where your lighting and to measure progress. She has some help in the higher ups in august. The astronauts on the international space station took some pictures of pittsburgh for on a clear night. And that's the before shot. The astronauts are gonna continue to take pictures of pittsburgh so we will have during pictures and after pictures. Terzic believes that as the sky's get darker more people will look up. In wonder that means more people more children will be able to see it and the benefits of being connected to half of our universe. I can't overstate that. It's a spiritual thing to feeling of connection with the universe she's hopeful it will peak young people's interest in the stars above and encourage them to pursue subjects such as

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Oscar Valdez Allowed To Fight Despite Testing Positive For Banned Substance

THE FIGHT with Teddy Atlas

01:26 min | 9 months ago

Oscar Valdez Allowed To Fight Despite Testing Positive For Banned Substance

"Got some serious business to discuss with the wbz basically allowing oscar valdez to go forward with this fight after a blatant violation. Not even show where we begin with this if you have a problem with some of the substances on the list that time to get those substances removed as before you're fighter test positive for them not after the fact and then allow them to fight anyway. Oscar valdez convicted of having some kind of stimulant of banned stimulant in his system. Which if you're struggling to make weight and now you can make it a little bit easier on yourself while your opponent kills himself to make weight. That's a huge advantage. No gray area about it. Diane to hear your take on this but bad bad. Look for the wbz to let this fight. Continue to go on as scheduled. I don't lean collapsed. When did they have a good look. Really i mean when when does this Become all news because it is old news with one thing or another with these organizations. This time it happens to be the wbz but does it matter. Which is what it is that useless. I mean except not to take money from the fighters in all. They know how to take those sanctions. She said that they're damn good. That believe me there would be. There would be no banned substance that would keep them from taking those action and that that wouldn't happen

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Guerrero Jr, Semien Power Surging Jays Past Yanks 8-0

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 9 months ago

Guerrero Jr, Semien Power Surging Jays Past Yanks 8-0

"The blue jays have continued their hot stretch within eight nothing rather the Yankees in the Bronx Vladimir Guerrero junior slammed his fortieth home run in Toronto's fifth straight win any foot nine games he and his hall of fame father joins us when prince fielder is the only father son duos to hit forty homers in a season Marcus Semien added a pair of home runs including the J. six grand slam of the season when my mechanics and timing or sound I think I see the ball better I'm more confident I'm seeing that with everybody in the cage and they were just you know this time of year you really get a good feel for what you're doing he engine real limited the Yankees to three singles over six innings to move to thirteen and eight Jamison Diane took the loss allowing three runs and three hits over seven frames on the ferry

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"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

05:15 min | 9 months ago

"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"I've known diane ream for at least twenty five years. I've been a guest program. What i appreciate about the podcast is. She is still up today and she still keeps her listeners up to date with. What's in the news right now. I'm really glad that she still has this forum that we still have this opportunity to process the us. I think. A lot of flying diane's voice our conflict. that's why she's so good at what she does. Hi it on.

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How the US Government Hid the Truth About Afghanistan

The Diane Rehm Show

01:53 min | 9 months ago

How the US Government Hid the Truth About Afghanistan

"America's long as war comes to a close after twenty years. The united states has finally pulled out a bath kenniston but it was not the orderly withdrawal president biden had to hope for that takeover by the taliban the chaos at the airport the isis k. Attack that killed both the afghans and you as servicemembers letting americans in shock matinee asking. How could this happen. Craig quit his hand investigated for the washington post and author of the new book. The afghanistan papers a secret history. The war in he recounts how afghanistan became such a quagmire. And the hell. The american government misled the public about this situation on the ground. Craig join me. Thursday morning craig. The war in afghanistan is now officially over. Many americans were so shocked at what happened. It was in the orderly exit. Everyone expected why was there. Such a disconnect between what we thought was going to happen and what actually happened well. That's a really good question. It may take some time to sort out but in terms of the binding administration. You know the clearly thought that the afghan government would be able to remain in power in kabul for at least a few months and they were expecting that they'd be able to hang on and there'd be a longer transient transition period.

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Is Larry Elder the Hope for California?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:58 min | 9 months ago

Is Larry Elder the Hope for California?

"First of all. Let me just say that I had the honour of speaking at a a major fundraiser. For larry elder last night and he was so magnificent until captivating of the audience. The people looked at him with hope. I mean he's really a source of hope at this time. It's the darkest time in america since the civil war and We need we need that help. So larry you have a lot on your shoulders. You feel as i do feel dennis But as i said i think last night i think i unknowingly. I've been preparing for this all my life talking about these issues of crime and if the rise in homelessness and the outrageous cost of living here in california and you know what to do to better manage the the water supply what to do to better manage fire so without knowing it by having guest guest after guest talking about these kinds of things and thinking about them. I've been preparing for this all my life as for all of the negativities. That's the that's come forward every day. It's something new. I still myself for that too. I i knew that when you run in when you threaten the The established order They're gonna go absolutely bonkers and in this case one of the things. That are really concerned about dennis. I think you. And i talked about this last night Is that when. I become governor and should god forbid something happened to diane feinstein and my understanding. She's more She's more challenged mentally than even joe biden. Because no one's seen her. And i don't know how long i would have the opportunity to replace her. And that would change the balance in the senate and of course they are absolutely crazy insane over that because a balanced right. Now it's fifty fifty and this would be a dramatic shift in power for the republicans. And when i become governor i most certainly would replace her with republican senator. So they're concerned about a addition to the other thing. California blue state could elect a common sense conservative. Larryelder them into other states could too.

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"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

02:40 min | 9 months ago

"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Thanks for joining us. I'm diane rehm. A woman steps forward on stage as orchestra plays and introduction. She opens her mouth. And a beautiful sound flows out as easily as water from mcchrystal pitcher. This out and fills the entire concert hall as she stands relaxed and poised. It looks entirely natural. But that's not quite how it works. Acclaimed claim soprano ren slamming has written a book to offer a more accurate picture of how the operatic soprano sound is produced and how that woman gets on the stage in the first place her book his titled the inner voice renee fleming is now appearing at the new york metropolitan opera house in handel's wrote linda. She's here in the studio with me. we all. here's some of her glory as music. What a pleasure to see you thank you. It's a pleasure to be here so glad you could make down you performed last night. The flight down this morning going to be performing again sunday night. Is that correct. Yeah i think it saturday night. Oh yeah it's not a bad week actually just to be. I was just here for the kennedy center honors and i had Our operas quite long. We finished close to midnight. I see him. Ads read linda right. Tell us about road. Linda and why you chose road. Linda is a handel opera He wrote Forty plus operas he. He was a very prolific composer. So we don't know very many of them that well but he's enjoying an incredible renaissance and the last several Really decades but it's heating up now because there's so many fantastic handle singers And musicians and musicologists have brought shed light on this music to make it so much more modern and exciting than It was being performed even thirty years ago. Why did you personally choose well. I had a huge success with handles cina at the paris opera which we then brought to chicago and It wasn't just the fact that it was successful because both the audience and the critics love did it was also that I decided that it's honey for the voice. It's.

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"diane" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"diane" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"I will <Speech_Female> tell you that every one <Speech_Female> of those thirty five <Speech_Female> million americans <Speech_Female> believe the election was <Speech_Female> fraudulent. Have already <Speech_Female> heard sixty out <Speech_Male> of sixty one <Speech_Male> and it didn't <Speech_Male> change their <Speech_Male> mind <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> in order to really <Speech_Female> understand where that's coming <Speech_Female> from. You have <Speech_Female> to say. <Speech_Female> I really <Speech_Female> want to understand <Speech_Female> where that comes <Speech_Female> from going <Speech_Female> on. 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Hernandez 6 Innings for Royals in 5-0 Win Over White Sox

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Hernandez 6 Innings for Royals in 5-0 Win Over White Sox

"The Chicago White Sox entered the day under Tony LaRussa with the third best record in the American League lost three of four in Kansas city after five nothing set back against the Royals by the middle innings the heat index had reached one hundred nine degrees starter Carlos road done gave up a Homer in each the first two innings to put the socks in the whole early started slow Somerton mortgage certain eventually just showed up with trying to get a going you know over his previous eight starts Diane had surrendered only three homers Brickman Kansas city

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The Disappearance of Kim Ghelkins and Her Ties to Pee Wee Gaskins

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

02:36 min | 11 months ago

The Disappearance of Kim Ghelkins and Her Ties to Pee Wee Gaskins

"It didn't take long to zero in on gaskins as a suspect. Investigators were aggressive pounding the pavement looking for leads. That's when they met the mother of dennis. Bellamy diane bellamy and johnny nights. She reported her three children or also missing Mrs night brought the story to ahead. Marianne griffin began it permission. I gave information. That people in the neighborhood are all missing. They would also learn jesse. Judy and johnny sellers were missing and the common denominator in these missing persons. Was pee wee gaskins when they arrived at his home peewee. Wasn't there but the detectives did me sandy. The donna gaskins. It was the ex wife. Sandy who gave the detectives the lead they were looking for. Sandy snell gaskins told the police that peewee and cam often in prospect. Knowing kim was last seen with pee wee gaskins police quickly obtained a search warrant for pee-wee's trailer ninety miles away in prospect. It was there. They found clothing. That belonged to kim calkins. They also found a stolen car on his lot and he was arrested that same day for auto theft and contributing to the delinquency of a minor took her out across county allows. It was a minor charge as far as compared to murder was certainly series and have to put him back in jail still. There was no sign of kim calkins who had been missing for nearly sixty days. Police detectives tracked down walter. Neely pee-wee's close friend and applied pressure. Walter buckled but. He had no idea where kim was. He didn't know we had taken her to stay with his daughter. Shirley and gaskins and her husband howard evans. Police knew she wasn't there anymore. Shirley ann thought camp had gone to indiana where she had some family. So police were in a bind. Walter had taken them to pee wee's burial grounds and they were knee deep in digging up bodies but still no word on kim calkins dead or live.

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Free Samples Are Back, But With Safety in Mind

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 11 months ago

Free Samples Are Back, But With Safety in Mind

"It's another sign of rebound from the pandemic free samples are back at supermarkets customers are again trying bite size pieces of food with safety in mind to try one thank you stores like Costco are feeling confident enough to bring back free samples Christian cruises with still entered supermarket in New York triple pack plexiglass on the demo stable because you know some people are still in a little under the fan site shopper Diane Lucas loves free samples simply because you get to taste what you're purchasing before you purchase did you miss it I absolutely did salmonella had no problem removing his mask and trying something new I use common sense in view the standard the standard looks like it's set up properly then I I feel safe Walmart Sam's club and target have returned to a very limited supply of pre sealed samples I'm a Donahue

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The Conviction of The Infamous Serial Killer, "Pee Wee" Gaskins

Pee Wee Gaskins Was Not My Friend

01:31 min | 11 months ago

The Conviction of The Infamous Serial Killer, "Pee Wee" Gaskins

"And prosecutors convinced he had been involved in killing eight friends family members and associates over six years but convicting pee wee gaskins and sentencing him to the electric chair would prove more difficult than they would imagine. Eight bodies eight victims and eight chances to get convictions. They would start with the strongest case. The murder of dennis bellamy. Here's jim beattie to remind us of how it went down. Did his bellamy. It was the first person that he was tried for killing. First of all he was older brother of two other of period's victims. Diane bellamy neely and john henry knight he bullied want nearly beat him up. Put him in the hospital several times and he was one of those people that peewee would quickly say he did not deserve to live. He was a evil person in p. Was judging jerry on his mellanby right right there in his yard he pistol whipped has bellamy he was a fierce enemy of the pistol whipping occurred when dennis showed up drunk and caused a scene. Cussing groping women at one p was popular weekend cookouts

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Two Viewpoints on the US Economic Forecast for 2021

Planet Money

02:03 min | 11 months ago

Two Viewpoints on the US Economic Forecast for 2021

"Gonna have to economic forecasters diana alfred. Who are going to make specific predictions about what is going to happen with jobs with inflation and with housing in the united states for the rest of the year also unlike some economic forecasters who make their predictions and then disappear if they things wrong. Alfredo and diane have courageously agreed to come back on the show in january and talk about both what they got right and what they got wrong and when they come back we'll see who's forecasts were closer to reality and we're doing this show because it's a good way to think about these very high stakes economic questions that we're facing right now and also we actually want the answers we wanna know. We'll hear from contestant number two. Alfredo romero in just a minute but first contestant number one diane swonk how many jobs will. Us economy add every month for the rest of the year and just for context here. The us has been adding around five hundred thousand jobs per month in the past few months. I think the economy will add four hundred and fifty thousand payroll jobs a month on average through the end of the year. We asked diane how she got to this number and she said she started with what the economy is doing right now today. We're sizzling very hot sizzling hot. Yes yes hot. Hot hot grow the. Us economy is so bouyant that just passed his previous peak. But we're still seven point six million jobs in the hole. Let's just stop say that again the. Us economy is bigger than it was before the pandemic but we have seven point six million fewer jobs before and there are few things going on here. One is the extraordinary amount of borrowing and spending that the federal government has been doing which has done a lot to get the economy growing again. Another factor according to diane maybe that businesses figured out during the pandemic how to sell more stuff with fewer workers take restaurants. Diane pointed out to us that americans are now spending more on restaurant food right now than we were before the pandemic despite the fact that the number of restaurant jobs has fallen by more than a million

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May 2021 Consumer Price Index Shows Fastest Inflation Since 2008

The Mark Levin Show

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

May 2021 Consumer Price Index Shows Fastest Inflation Since 2008

"Cycle Governments consumer price index to gauge of inflation at the retail level, shot up five points in May from the same time last year, Biggest year to year increase since the Great recession in 2008 consumers are spending more rapidly than businesses can reopen or ramp up and higher up as long as that's going on that makes it hard for prices to obey. Economist Diane Swonk says. It won't last as we get further away from their pandemic rebound. Those factors should Dissipate. Ahead of Friday's

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ASEAN Leaders Plan Myanmar Visit This Week Amid Divisions

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:55 min | 1 year ago

ASEAN Leaders Plan Myanmar Visit This Week Amid Divisions

"February's coup d'etat. In myanmar presented a considerable diplomatic headache to the association of southeast asian nations or as the on myanmar is a member of as yan and but as he and maintains a general policy of not getting too involved in the internal affairs of its members. However there are indications as the end does understand that. This is at least kind of the problem this week. As yan secretary-general lim jock of brunei will visit me and ma and indonesia mainly is pushing for as to name a specialist myanmar envoy lon join now by ronan lee an academic and author of myanmar's row hindu genocide identity history and hate speech ronin. Thanks for joining us. First of all do we understand how much the the gionta in myanmar might actually care. What as thinks will the will care to the point that they feel is going to affect them the mesh with as enemies five weeks ago since the joint met at a special meeting with the leaders of as and there was a five point. Saints ham dived at that point. But not one of the points in the five point consensus has been delivered on since that diane even an even the appointment of an envoy has some good at the chances that joint oh will allow a representative representative of as ian to land in myanmar. Well that would depend on the calculation that the joint aches. We choose whether or not the would be any any downside for them. By rejecting the arrival of anez ian rent the military in myanmar is very good at delaying things. They've they've done this repeatedly of a many decades and they do that to take the political sting out of situations and to take the impetus away from people who might be able to force them to change their direction.

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"diane" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"diane" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Podcast called all rise with diane godfrey our intrepid court reporter. Diane takes us on a wild ride through her thirty year career in courthouses throughout the massachusetts judicial system. You're about to get behind the scenes. Look what really happens in court and diane even relates a story about her interaction close up and personal with the greatest quarterback in history. Tom brady now. Please search any podcast.

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"diane" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

Breakfast Leadership

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"diane" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership

"This is the breakfast leadership podcast boundaries super out. You make the choice. Here's euros to Michael Savage. Welcome back. I've got Diane Mulcahy on the Line Diane. How are you I'm good, thanks. How are you doing I? Am Great. You wrote a book. Amongst many other things you do in life. than the books titled the. GIG, economy, and with what's going on at this particular point in time with covid nineteen. I thought this would be a really good subject to bring up, but we'll start off in..

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"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Salt for today. I loved to hear what's on your mind. Find is on Facebook and Twitter or incentives imail the our podcast at deputy way dot org. You can find all our podcast and even old Diane rain shows at Diane ream dot org. Are theme music is by Jim Bromberg and Lansford of Wunderle show is produced by Rebecca Coughlan and Ellison grow. D R engineers is we are jobs p Neo ni- and cliff Gallagher. Thanks for listening all will be back with you on Friday. I'm Diane rain. Hi, it's Diane cruise the beautiful Mediterranean Sea with me next summer Fronton, July, fourteen through July twenty five two thousand nineteen the cruise sales from Barcelona to Athens coming on ancient harbours along the way and taking scenery and stunning. See this afford the five mastered sailing yacht Winstar And head. the baking for a wonder said venture, the Spanish islands, Sicily. It lays him out codes and Malta round out the journey. Visit Diane Rehm dot org. For more information..

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"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

06:13 min | 3 years ago

"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"So it's the intention though, that I think we have a problem with as a society, that's one of the things about finished strong. It says there's no shame. There's no guilt in having an intention and articulating an intention to die an intention to cause death when as far as I'm concerned, I am not actually living. I'm existing. I want my loved ones to act on an attention. And I if I am still capable I will act on that intention if I see this threshold approaching quickly. You know, what I have done? I have spoken directly into a cell phone video taped to my grandson who is holding the cell phone talking about my wish to know from others as I begin if I begin to feel the effects to recognize the affects of dementia coming on I have told my grandson and by virtue of telling him telling my daughter, telling my son that I do not wish to survive the end stages of dementia. I think it's so important exactly as you say to think about. What happens down the line not just for today? But as time goes on well good for you, Diane, that's brilliant. And I hope everyone who watches your film does something similar. We're working right now on a tool compassionate choices called the dementia. Decoder that will help people anticipate what may be in store for them. Help people pinpoint the thresholds. They do not wish to cross and help make it very clear to others around them that. Yes, they want this information they want to know when that threshold is approaching and then want to be able to implement steps. So that progression doesn't continue and continue and continue beyond that threshold. It takes a clear. Side courageous determination, which I know you have it takes a loving family that is loving enough to be as clear eyed as determined and as determined as the one they love, and it takes some tools at take some thought and some articulation so that people are armed with the knowledge that they need and the tools of discernment when that threshold such to come into view, I want to ask you about a major sticking point when it comes to the issue of medical aid in dying and that is religious belief. I know that the Roman Catholic church has stepped in on many occasions to try to halt a state from an acting laws permitting, medical aid. N dying. How strong was that up? -sition in Oregon when you began pushing forward on that Bill, essentially all the organized opposition has come from the Roman Catholic church, and I would say not the people in the pews of the Roman Catholic church, but the doctrinal hierarchy of the gnome, Roman Catholic church. And I think one reason that medical aid in dying is so important to them is that it is the most obvious example that essentially cannot be denied, and it's any kind of intended death. That is contrary to the doctrine of the Roman Catholic church that doctrine just says it is never okay to intend your own death. Well, there are many ways to intend your own death. People can deactivate a. Pacemaker they can stop their intra cardiac defeat later, they can discontinue dialysis they can stop eating and drinking. They can refuse treatment that would be life saving treatment all with an intention to die. It is what's lacking? Because of that, strong doctrinal aversion is the willingness to be forthright about that intention to honor that intention and act on that intention or support someone who is acting on that intention. So as a result quite apart from all the opposition of the Roman Catholic church medically and dying. We also have a whole bio ethical system that essentially deters candid conversations with people who would want to make. Plan and implement a plan to intend their death at a certain point. We walk a high around it. We say, oh, we're not really intending. Your death was the discontinuation of your renal dialysis were just relieving the burden. We we know you for certain you're going to die with not the intention. It's it's hard for people. It's hard makes it harder for people to be discerning and clear eyed about charting their own end of life path when the have to walk around the issue and not before right about what actually happening flying late..

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"diane" Discussed on Your Life Program

Your Life Program

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"diane" Discussed on Your Life Program

"That thinking my Email address is a website is WWW D R. Diane, abdaoe dot com. My Email is Diane at D R. Diane apt dot com. The website. The women are will be live soon. Not yet ready. Okay. Have to both summer website that that don't yes tells about the books. The books are connected to the webinar. There's the free book and expanded version is called joyful mine. Joyful, life, joyful mind joyful, life free book on Dr Diane Abdollah dot com. So check it out listeners and go and download your free book and get started on your heart of happiness today. Thank you. Let me just say to all wonderful listeners. I apologize. My website is having to little challenges in downloading the Inish to. But if you don't do aren't able to be successful the first time, please try again because I'm in the middle of fixing that it's all good. You'll get it promise. And if not contact me Andrea at hammer, health and fitness dot com. Check out my website, hammer, health and fitness dot com. Because I love to hear all your questions in comments about the information inspiration that we shared here. On the show, and you can follow me also on all my radio platforms on SOB radio network radio ear network and society bites radio and also on tunes iheart and Spotify so checkout. Andrea hammer your life program. So that you can live intentionally fabulous every day. Thanks for joining.

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"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Me. And that's all for today. I'd love to hear what's on your mind on Facebook and Twitter or send Email the podcast at WFAN MU dot org. You can find all our podcasts and even old. Diane rain shows had Diane ring dot org. Her theme music is by Jim brunt Berg, and then lens Burke Wunderle. This show is produced by but that guy called and Alison Brody are engineers is we guard Douglasville at netted a or liquor. Thanks for listening. We'll be back with you on Friday. I'm Diane ream. Hi. It's Diane crews the beautiful Mediterranean Sea with me next summer Fronton, July, fourteen through July twenty five two thousand nineteen the cruise sales from Barcelona to Athens coming on ancient harbours, alone the way and taking scenery and stunning see. This does afford the five masted sailing yacht Windstar and you head the baking for a wonder said venture, the Spanish islands, Sicily. It lays him all the codes and molten round out the journey. Visit Diane Rehm dot org. For more information.

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"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"In salt, Facebook, Twitter or ten dads and. He are on cast at dot org. Confined, all our podcast and even Diane show at Diane rain over. It's by Jim again in lansbury of one day their shows produced back. Alison Brody Jimmy. Thanks listening. Happy new year. We'll be back with you again on Friday. I'm Diane ring. Hi, it's Diane cruise the beautiful Mediterranean Sea with me next summer Fronton, July, fourteen through July twenty five two thousand nineteen the cruise sales from Barcelona to Athens coming on ancient harbours, alone the way and taking scenery and stunning seabiscuit afford the five masted sailing yacht. Winstar ahead the baking for a wonder said venture, the Spanish islands, Sicily. It lays him out the codes and Malta round out the journey. Visit Diane Rehm dot org. For more information..

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"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"diane" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Hi it. Diane, happy new year everyone and to begin in two thousand nineteen I want to share with you an interview for more than thirty years ago is one of my favorites in nineteen eighty six. I had the honored to speak with Albert racehorse sample. He grew up under very difficult, circumstances and wound up in Texas State prison where he spent seventeen years he wrote about his upbringing, the cruelty and brutality. He experienced behind bars in an auto biography, titled race horse big Emma's boy, raise Hawes died in two thousand five. But now his book has been republished talking with him moved me greatly. I o hope it does the same for you. If ever a man was groomed for prison. It was out Bert Ray sample, his mother big ammo watched her father, slay her mother in a fit of rage. She was taken in and raised by impoverished hardhearted relatives to survive, she became a prostitute. And proprietors of popular gambling establishment in the east Texas oil fields when Albert came along all of 'em is rage and frustration were taken out on him at the age of four. He hustled tricks for big ama- bootlegged, whiskey and watched for crooked dice, he quit school in the fifth grade when he was twelve he left home for good. And eventually ended up in prison retrieve a place for encourage bowls a place where brutality and inhumanity turns the inmates into hungry wolves in his book race hawse big Emma's. Boy, Albert Ray sample tells how after seventeen years incarceration, he was. Released and became the first ex-convict to work in the Texas governor's office in nineteen seventy six he received a full pardon and restoration of his civil rights. It's good to meet you, sir, tunein. Thank you for having me big ama- related a lot of her world to you very early on in Shusha did had a role to play in the house was the lookout, man. I was confident I was everything to him that I could be and she started using me as a Interco pot of our operations when I was four years old. That's when I remember. Cared. A lot about her love to she cared. A lot about you in her own way of -solutely. And I say that I don't say that take that lightly because after emitted come back to me, you know, she was gonna while. But she came back. She could've kept right on going. She came back. I feel as having read your book, I learned so much about people and difficulties and hardships and things that human beings can and in fact do survive, but it really takes an extraordinary amount of strength to get through them. And what she survived that is watching her father kill her mother. You don't race those things not not in a short while maybe not ever. I know that that took its toll on Emma's hot it just it just shut her down. And after grandma Doke got through with a there was not much left of a heart. There was no ima couldn't love love love. She could give it enough to gain from it. But she was afraid to she had been hurt so badly. I don't think she could she couldn't have loved anything with all of her heart. Even if she wanted to why do you think it was so difficult for grandma duck to deal with ama- 'em. Look, just like her father, and she reminded grandma duck of the man that killed her daughter, and she really abused incessantly. All the time. I mean, she singled her out. To abuse. Most of the elite and say the rest of the three sisters up had to move in with grandma duck after their mother was killed. And then after grandma got so old and couldn't do it. She just simply unleashed the rest of the family owned the full bond girls that that had to live that wisdom and Emma. Stay there until she was fifteen years old and she ran off to the off field in east, Texas and became a prostitute. Your father was a white cotton..

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"diane" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

05:00 min | 3 years ago

"diane" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Hi it. Diane, happy new year everyone and to begin in two thousand nineteen I want to share with you an interview for more than thirty years ago is one of my favorites in nineteen eighty six. I had the honored to speak with Albert racehorse sample. He grew up under very difficult, circumstances and wound up in Texas State prison where he spent seventeen years he wrote about his upbringing, the cruelty and brutality. He experienced behind bars in an auto biography, titled race horse big Emma's boy, raise Hawes died in two thousand five. But now his book has been republished talking with him moved me greatly. I o hope it does the same for you. If ever a man was groomed for prison. It was out Bert Ray sample, his mother big ammo watched her father, slay her mother in a fit of rage. She was taken in and raised by impoverished hardhearted relatives to survive, she became a prostitute. And proprietors of popular gambling establishment in the east Texas oil fields when Albert came along all of 'em is rage and frustration were taken out on him at the age of four. He hustled tricks for big ama- bootlegged, whiskey and watched for crooked dice, he quit school in the fifth grade when he was twelve he left home for good. And eventually ended up in prison retrieve a place for encourage bowls a place where brutality and inhumanity turns the inmates into hungry wolves in his book race hawse big Emma's. Boy, Albert Ray sample tells how after seventeen years incarceration, he was. Released and became the first ex-convict to work in the Texas governor's office in nineteen seventy six he received a full pardon and restoration of his civil rights. It's good to meet you, sir, tunein. Thank you for having me big ama- related a lot of her world to you very early on in Shusha did had a role to play in the house was the lookout, man. I was confident I was everything to him that I could be and she started using me as a Interco pot of our operations when I was four years old. That's when I remember. Cared. A lot about her love to she cared. A lot about you in her own way of -solutely. And I say that I don't say that take that lightly because after emitted come back to me, you know, she was gonna while. But she came back. She could've kept right on going. She came back. I feel as having read your book, I learned so much about people and difficulties and hardships and things that human beings can and in fact do survive, but it really takes an extraordinary amount of strength to get through them. And what she survived that is watching her father kill her mother. You don't race those things not not in a short while maybe not ever. I know that that took its toll on Emma's hot it just it just shut her down. And after grandma Doke got through with a there was not much left of a heart. There was no ima couldn't love love love. She could give it enough to gain from it. But she was afraid to she had been hurt so badly. I don't think she could she couldn't have loved anything with all of her heart. Even if she wanted to why do you think it was so difficult for grandma duck to deal with ama- 'em. Look, just like her father, and she reminded grandma duck of the man that killed her daughter, and she really abused incessantly. All the time. I mean, she singled her out. To abuse. Most of the elite and say the rest of the three sisters up had to move in with grandma duck after their mother was killed. And then after grandma got so old and couldn't do it. She just simply unleashed the rest of the family owned the full bond girls that that had to live that wisdom and Emma. Stay there until she was fifteen years old and she ran off to the off field in east, Texas and became a prostitute. Your father was a white cotton..

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