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"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

03:19 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"She how that lash leonard. What does that mean. i line that last line. Let's just tell all the people in the congregation. The word sang ritchie. And they do it after you do it. I do it after whale. Everybody joins in. They know what to say. You know they don't have a book or shall i join in with you. Yeah sure can do it once more me. And ray he's Sh we say rich. Lock me he say her he hiwa.

"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

02:24 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Was low. But now fan man. I well ours Found while but now i see he. Nah i see. The book is titled men have constant sorrow. Dr ralph stanley. Thank you so much. Thank you robert enjoyed talking with you. And i you thank you. Thanks for listening. Oh i'm diane Won't just to Well what is is an hvac school hand taken. Hold of me he will. I am has none canny. How open the door to have an hour. Ooh that was my two thousand nine conversation with dr ralph stanley award winning singer and banjo player. He died in two thousand sixteen at age. Eighty nine toll for today. We hope we've act with eight new episode on fridays timber. Hit in the meantime you can find this all tastes again. Twitter for san nail de our podcast had wmu. Four kids can pose by jim. Brandenburg landsberg of one year late. This show is reduced by alison brody. Our engineer today is michael. Thanks for listening on be. Well stay safe. I'm diane rick.

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"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

04:17 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"But now bland but now i see see the that kind of saying there's one thing that's kept me around for sixty three years because you don't hear it anywhere else the new churches so you like to continue to sing in churches that i love it. You live it. Are there other songs that you sing in churches. Nia the other songs you me. Oh my savior village churchyard and later just all kinds of july like that several. Will you sing for. Make saying anything you want. We down row..

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"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

05:55 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Tell me about the married life blues. Well i've never had much blues over. I i'm very satisfied. And i can't tell you much about the blues self. Wipe this song. Well just another song sal. There do you think that most of these songs from the mountains are said songs. Yes i think. They are well back in the old days. I guess you know people had more trouble. No i really don't know but Most of them are sad song. Maybe maybe the people were more shattered back in our nattiest. Now we're your mother and father sand together. Well i don't know you know they Of course they separated. You know early on yeah. How old were you when they separate. I was about thirteen or fourteen years old. Must have been tough. It was your daddy laughed that you lived. Where do you go. Well he First place he went was texas. He just got out and traveled around. Reagan had a good time. And you stayed with your mama. He stayed with memorial. She had a great momma. She must ahead that work hard. She did she. She wore ragged clothes to support me. Carter and me you know. So he buying clothes and everything. She had raised the garden and paddle pedal vegetables. You know ever played salem salem to keep us going. And how old was she when she died. She related six good. She lived a good long live here. She did and you were close to her. The whole time ray or close. I'm glad that's wonderful. There is a story in the book about the first time you ever sang in public in a church when your father put you on the spot. What bar dellis. I remember that very well. He lacked this song the salvation. Oh the name and He always was asked to. You know to start that song you know. There's all acapella and that morning. He couldn't remember i. it went. Well he he. He knew i did. And he I mean it scared me to death when he told me to sing. And what could i do. All the good news tried i. Finally i finally got it out. Go through it. And i i'm.

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"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

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"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

03:38 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Closer can.

"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

06:11 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Here's the rest of my country's asian wits out to ralph stanley. He join me on the day and rain show on october fourteen. Two thousand nine. Dr ralph stanley is here in the studio. His new memoir is titled man of constant sorrow. He is a man who has lived a long life. he's now what eighty two years old eighty two years. Well you sure. Look as though you're in good health. Wells fargo no. I am i hope i am and thank you for the compliment. Well you're certainly welcome. You call your music old time mountain style news sake and not bluegrass. How come well I think Bluegrass actually is a little bit more polished than Than the music play. Because i just go back and saying it like god gave it to me. Don't try to put in saying extra in it if i if opponents hang extra hit the loan from way and i think he's just lay. It'll be it. I mean there's not much difference any Back when bill monroe orders. That was That was blue grade. And that's what i go great. That's what you called bluegrass. But you call your own style very different old time mountain time. mt. Like i like to call it now. You also are a man who prefers not to do a great deal of talking. Is that right well. I guess God gave me what he wanted me to have and I didn't you know. I didn't have the gift to my brother. Had talk but as far as doing business. While i was little head of him on that so i did that and so you did the business side. He did the talking side. He did at oak hill so once he died and you got all those letters from fans urging you to continue. Was there at first in your mind. I've feeling that you wanted to give up. You didn't want to go further. No otten never had debt. If i didn't know where. I can handle it or not. You know because a lotta mc work and a lot of things like that. But as far as management and everything i had dead and that's very important to and seemed like the lord is just with me and he gave me the urge to go on. And do you remember that very first time when you had to go without him. I remember the first show. We played He he'd been going to believe nineteen days. And we'd already had this Had this booked in buffalo new york and we went up. There drove up there and i. I miss the turnoff to the place that we wish to go play and i made a u-turn and Of course i got stopped by the police. You know coming back. And i'll never forget that. And what the police say well We had You know we. We had a pistol in in the car. All my goodness which was a felony and everything so George sheffer he. He played guitar bass with us for about eighteen years. And you know somebody had to claim it pistol. And he did that. Because i was driving my brother. Carter's car and they. They sort of took him to jail for lane. Took him did you. George and i had just made mail. Go on john curly ray cline to go on and do the show but george made the show before we finished it in have just finished out to show you mean the police let him go. Yeah they let him go and we went back course. We went back for trial on that you know and the judge said well. Should i fail in. How could how could do this do that. But he said you boys looks like you're all right you're good you're good people and you had your fissile for good code and said i'm on a dismissed the case. Wow do you remember. The first song used saying that night. No i'm sure. I know you don't know i was wondering whether singing without carter publicly for the first time was something that was very special in your memory. Well yeah that was hard to do. And of course i wish you know he had a good voice with me and i missed that. I missed that pretty bad in. But i've been fortunate to find good lead singers. All through the years and amend the large blache men. I'm thankful very thankful is wonderful to be thankful you. I think it is how thank means all of it. You sing in church. A lot still one are. Can you know 'cause. I'm a play out most weekends but when i can i go to church and i up saying we've got done so i'd like to hear from. This is the first june. I ever learned to play from my mother many years ago. I'm going to try to play it. Justice.

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"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

06:11 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Here's the rest of my country's asian wits out to ralph stanley. He join me on the day and rain show on october fourteen. Two thousand nine. Dr ralph stanley is here in the studio. His new memoir is titled man of constant sorrow. He is a man who has lived a long life. he's now what eighty two years old eighty two years. Well you sure. Look as though you're in good health. Wells fargo no. I am i hope i am and thank you for the compliment. Well you're certainly welcome. You call your music old time mountain style news sake and not bluegrass. How come well I think Bluegrass actually is a little bit more polished than Than the music play. Because i just go back and saying it like god gave it to me. Don't try to put in saying extra in it if i if opponents hang extra hit the loan from way and i think he's just lay. It'll be it. I mean there's not much difference any Back when bill monroe orders. That was That was blue grade. And that's what i go great. That's what you called bluegrass. But you call your own style. They're very different old time mountain time. Mt i i like to call it now. You also are. I man who prefers not to do a great deal of talking. Is that right. Well i guess God gave me what he wanted me to have and I didn't you know. I didn't have the gift to my brother. Had talk but as far as doing business while. I was little ahead of him on that so i did that and so you did the business side. He did the talking side. He did at oak hill so once he died and you got all those letters from fans urging you to continue. Was there at first in your mind. I've feeling that you wanted to give up. You didn't want to go further. No otten never had debt. If i didn't know where. I can handle it or not. You know because a lotta mc work and a lot of things like that. But as far as management and everything i had dead and that's very important to and seemed like the lord is just with me and he gave me the urge to go on and do you. Do you remember that very first time when you had to go without him. I remember the first show. We played He he'd been going to believe nineteen days. And we'd already had this Had this booked in buffalo new york and we went up. There drove up there and i. I miss the turnoff to the place that we wish to go play and i made a u-turn and Of course i got stopped by the police. You know coming back. And i'll never forget that. And what the police say well We had You know we. We had a pistol in in the car. All my goodness which was a felony and everything so George sheffer he. He played guitar bass with us for about eighteen years. And you know somebody had to claim it pistol. And he did that. Because i was driving my brother. Carter's car and they. They sort of took him to jail for lane. Took him did you. George and i had just made mail. Go on john curly ray cline to go on and do the show but george made the show before we finished it in have just finished out to show you mean the police let him go. Yeah they let him go and we went back course. We went back for trial on that you know and the judge said well. Should i fail in. How could how could do this do that. But he said you boys looks like you're all right you're good you're good people and you had your fissile for good code and said i'm on a dismissed the case. Wow do you remember. The first song used saying that night. No i'm sure. I know you don't know i was wondering whether singing without carter publicly for the first time was something that was very special in your memory. Well yeah that was hard to do. And of course i wish you know he had a good voice with me and i missed that. I missed that pretty bad in. But i've been fortunate to find good lead singers. All through the years and amend the large blache me and i'm thankful very thankful is wonderful to be thankful it's you i think it is how thank means all of it. You sing in church. A lot still one are. Can you know 'cause. I'm a play out most weekends but when i can i go to church and i up saying we've got done so i'd like to hear from. This is the first june. I ever learned to play from my mother many years ago. I'm going to try to play it. Justice.

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"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

05:26 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Made the title of your book. Man of constant sorrow. It's a memoir is your heart representing a man of constant sorrow well I guess you might say it has a feeling thank you. Tell that through frazier and everything. What is it that you feel so deeply that is that constant sorrow royal leg. It'd be a lot of things I guess it would cause that. But i don't know can just When i hear that the male in about lack song like that i just I i like the mail either song really actually better than the word. And that's why. I guess i can put more any. You know more feeling in it does Locks melanie i would like to know about your brother. Carter and held. The two of you began singing together where we were very young. Carter and me and Her daddy boda oldfield kgo radio in nineteen thirty six and they you know there was the grand old la brea nourished early morning shows and we started listening to music like that and got interested in it and here we are dry and the idea of singing together is sort of taking. The two of you together on the road was that more. Carter's idea than yours well I guess actually probably he He was he was a leader in it. Yes he of course i. I wasn't hard influence in our raised to join in and do what good you were ready to join him. Because you love this singing because you loved that banjo. I think it was born and bred in me really. Yes did your daddy also play that banjo. No no you didn't play anything and he You know he didn't sing anywhere except around home and men. He'd sang in church in He was very. He was little bit backward. Maybe like i am gas and Do you think you'd backward. Well sometimes thank. I am and that. I don't know i try not to be. How do you think your court. Well i i. It's hard to change. I don't know you just sort of feel. Maybe i'm not gifted you noda thank a word to say or something but Do the best. But you know your music says so much about you. That backward is not a word that anyone would apply to. You is so to think it may be chakai. Well that sound better shies sounds better. And i think i is a lovely characteristic. In course now. I'm out of love. That show now goes sixty three years. Yeah long time. Been doing this sixty three years so you gotta get over and past your shyness when you go out there and see a thousand or ten thousand people waiting for you. Don't crowd. don't bother me one bit now. i'm all. I'm all out of that. Course you have an honorary doctorate don't you. yes i do. You are in fact. Dr ralph stanley. The that's what to call me. And i have so many awards as lively. Now let's hear you an carter together.

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"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

05:25 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"Have made the title of your book. Man of constant sorrow. It's a memoir is your heart representing a man of constant sorrow well I guess you might say it has a feeling thank you. Tell that through frazier and everything. What is it that you feel so deeply that is that constant sorrow royal leg. It'd be a lot of things I guess it would cause that. But i don't know can just When i hear that the male in about lack song like that i just I i like the mail either song really actually better than the word. And that's why. I guess i can put more any. You know more feeling in it does Locks melanie i would like to know about your brother. Carter and held. The two of you began singing together where we were very young. Carter and me and Her daddy boda oldfield kgo radio in nineteen thirty six and they you know there was the grand old la brea nourished early morning shows and we started listening to music like that and got interested in it and here we are dry and the idea of singing together is sort of taking. The two of you together on the road was that more. Carter's idea than yours well I guess actually probably he He was he was a leader in it. Yes he of course i. I wasn't hard influence in our raised to join in and do what good you were ready to join him. Because you love this singing because you loved that banjo. I think it was born and bred in me really. Yes did your daddy also play that banjo. No no you didn't play anything and he You know he didn't sing anywhere except around home and men. He'd sang in church in He was very. He was little bit backward. Maybe like i am gas and Do you think you'd backward. Well sometimes thank. I am and that. I don't know i try not to be. How do you think your court. Well i i. It's hard to change. I just don't know you just sort of feel. Maybe i'm not gifted you noda thank a word to say or something but Do the best. But you know your music says so much about you. That backward is not a word that anyone would apply to. You is so to think it may be shy. Well that sounds better. Shies sounds better and i think. Shy is a lovely characteristic. In course now. I'm out of love. That show now goes sixty three years. Yeah long time. Been doing this sixty three years so you gotta get over and past your shyness when you go out there and see a thousand or ten thousand people waiting for you. Don't crowd. don't bother me one bit now. i'm all. I'm all out of that. Course you have an honorary doctorate don't you. yes i do. You are in fact. Dr ralph stanley. The that's what to call me. And i have so many awards as lively. Now let's hear you an carter together.

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"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

02:35 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

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"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

04:02 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

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"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

Diane Rehm: On My Mind

01:37 min | 3 months ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on Diane Rehm: On My Mind

"Hi i'm fargo. From betas the maryland. I really enjoy diane's on my mind. Podcast i just feel that. She has kept the same excellent programming through the podcast and kept up with the news and current events. And i've always enjoyed listening to her making today at diane rehm dot org slash. Donate diane my mind taking a break this summer away. He left to this show series. Some favorite with musicians trimmed. Diane show our. Today's is two thousand. Nine conversation with dr ralph stanley. The singer and banjo player from southwest. Virginia whose mountain music gave rise glue. Perhaps he joined in october. Two thousand nine stanley died on june twenty third. Two thousand sixteen..

"dr ralph" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"You know his his pastor or priest but as citizens we're required to obey the laws pay our taxes and try to elect the very best people to enact policies. That will redound for the good of the country. This time wisdom would say that we get back to church as soon as we can. But we and I'll mention one last thing in this context gail that in most states churches were exempted from bans on public gatherings on. First Amendment grounds I think that's a first amendment considerations that's a battle that we can have at another time we're in non-residents times right now and we can all certainly use a little good news. Thank you for sharing that. Dr Ralph Reed founder and chair of the faith and Freedom Coalition author for God and country the Christian case for trump and survey. Can we find your book? It's on Amazon and in bookstores everywhere. Thank you so much God. Bless be well. Thank you so much. Gail you to six fifty four now thirteen ten. Kfi Gay best to UNC. Bears targeting game coverage loves on thirteen ten KFI K. Six eight nine now. Thirteen ten K. K. Greeley Loveland Longmont for Collins. It's closing in on seven o'clock the whole board story in northern Colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten KFI K..

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"dr ralph" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"All over it. He is down to literally helping to manage the shipping of ventilators. Where they need to go and we're not out of the woods. We've got a ways to go. But there are some hopeful signs and when you've got California sending ventilators to New York and when you've got a model from the University of Washington that predicted that yesterday New York would need twelve thousand. Icu beds and they only were using. Four thousand. It tells you at least so far. The worst case scenarios are not coming true because this administration acted before. I let you go this morning and I certainly do appreciate your time and your perspective so important right now as we all grapple with the impact of a cove in nineteen. But I wanted to ask you about and I know it's tough. I mean Easter services cancelled and The faithful this is the holiest week in the Christian calendar. But I had to shake my head when I looked across the country at several mega church pastors defying. Social distancing defying. Stay at home order. The one that comes to mind was in I believe Tampa and just packing his parishioners into the pews. I know it's difficult but it's also to me careless. It's careless to do that to your congregants. Yeah and I think that is clearly. The exception to the rule The American Enterprise Institute COMMISSIONED A survey This week and found that seventy five percent of self identified Christians were not meeting in person And frankly I think it's even higher than that. I attend a a a large evangelical church in Atlanta. We will Have our worship service on line for the fourth Sunday on Easter Sunday? So this'll be a month worth not met in person. The good news as I said earlier is online. Viewership is skyrocketing and ironically enough. More people are probably being exposed to the gospel than ever before. But what you have here. Is You have a ancient centuries long tension between our obligations to the Kingdom of God the Kingdom of Heaven a kingdom which is radically both here now and yet to come but we are also citizens of an earthly realm where citizens of the United States in our state and our city and we have an obligation to obey those laws. So one of things. I point out in God and country is you know people criticize Christians for backing. Donald trump as if because he's imperfect and flawed and as we as a playboy. We shouldn't support him. And my argument is we were doing what was good for our country. We were acting as citizens now whether he's going to go to heaven or not will be between him. God and.

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"dr ralph" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Kfi Am text line at three one nine nine six all right governor police Taking a very cautious look forward to a pandemic free Colorado during a televised town hall. He was actually joined by the state. Epidemiologists end the State Economic Director. In case you missed it. Here's the highlights. Vip's by John Angler in the Denver Post once again hopeful if exceedingly cautious look forward last night at a world in which covered one thousand nine is no longer a raging force that is occupying the minds and psyches of not only almost everyone in the state but indeed around the globe during this televised town hall with Channel Nine the Governor spoke of a return albeit a slow one. A slow return to normalcy. And well what might be? The new normal remains to be seen how things are going to change post a Cova de Nineteen. I can't help but think that normal might take on a whole new meaning but that's a conversation for another time. Police held up. Colorado's hard. Hit High country is an example of a part of the state that may experiences More challenges in the face of its high per capita corona virus caseload but still one that will come back or mountain communities he said like the rest of Colorado. They're strong and they're independent. We're going to bounce back. This is temporary are natural. Assets are incredible state world-class tourism opportunities. There will be a day when we're once again able to embrace tourists from around the world but he cautioned that a resurgence to business as usual in. Colorado won't happen all at once but likely in phases and that state officials will need to remain wary of large gatherings for a while yet. I can't help but think that many of us will do just the same. Somebody said. Let's talk about when we totally get back to normal. That means stadiums full of people congregations of thousands of people going to church. A lot of that will need Cure or vaccine. It seems to me that a vaccine or at least the promise of one in the immediate future is the best path to a return to normalcy. Doesn't mean he continued that bars and restaurants are opening in the same way right away. It might mean a week or two later but many of Restaurants owners can't be soon enough as we shared a piece yesterday talking about the fact that according to a survey of Colorado restaurant owners fourteen percent of them said they may well not reopen. Just another reason to a shop. Local support Those businesses that remain open particularly local restaurants offering delivery and carry out some reopened eateries. Might again have to start out at capacity. This according to Governor Jared Police During that town hall last night he was joined there by Dr Rachel. Herlihy this is the state epidemiologist and Betsy Markey. And it's a familiar name right. That's the Marquis heads up Colorado's office of Economic Development and international trade also a former US congresswoman from Colorado. Markey said that it's important that we continue to practice social distancing where you're mass and stays home as much as possible to prevent the spread to flatten that proverbial curve when it comes to the spread of cove nineteen at the end of the day. The quicker we can deal with this health crisis. She said get the pandemic under control the quicker. We can get our economy back on track. The worst thing the very worst thing we can do to open too quickly and then see another re-occurrence Kovic nineteen among folks. And then we're that much further back now as we talked about Monday. Governor police extended the statewide stay at home. Order have been set to expire Saturday..

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"dr ralph" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"dr ralph" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"To the moon that made a Mars playing hide and seek with that big old pink Superman seriously. If you're feeling a bit out of sorts this morning and well some of us I mean who has it. These days with all the changes in our lives as a result of Kobe. Nineteen if you didn't get out last night to see that big old super moon. It's up there. I was just outside. It is absolutely glorious but it doesn't Look Pink to me sorry. Six seven thirteen ten. Kfi Thirteen ten KFI K. A. dot com warning. Sagale fueled by Great Western Petroleum and Mars was actually pulling a disappearing act of behind the moon last night. And you could actually see it without a telescope. Now this kind of fascinating to me. I was talking to a friend last night as a very young son and so they broke out the telescope and they went outside and and dad's set up the telescope. And they're looking at the moon and his young son turns to him. GotTa pull this up. Because you'll appreciate this. I think we can all use a little bit of levity. His young son turns to them and says well they must have cleaned up up there. I don't see any more. I because data actually cleaned the lenses on the telescope. But yeah I mean just to gaze up at this astronomical to lights and just revel in its beauty because well. It's at least one thing. We can all enjoy while practicing social distancing the super moon last night and tonight we'll see the largest superman of the year as it makes its closest approach to Earth Twenty twenty. It's only two hundred and twenty one thousand nine hundred eighteen miles only. She's has in relative terms only two hundred twenty one thousand nine hundred eighteen miles from earth on to see the average lunar distance in case. You're keeping track this. According to NASA two hundred thirty eight thousand eight hundred fifty five miles now back on March twenty fourth..

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Suspicious Celebrity Deaths: Marilyn Monroe

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05:26 min | 1 year ago

Suspicious Celebrity Deaths: Marilyn Monroe

"We'll start our exploration with a clip from podcast original conspiracy. Theories that discusses the media sensationalized death of actress and sex icon Marilyn Monroe nearly sixty years after her death. Monroe continues to be a pop culture icon. Monroe's private life was the subject of much Hollywood gossip in the nineteen fifties. She was involved in two highly publicized marriages and divorces and battled addiction and depression when she died of a prescription overdose in nineteen sixty two. It was ruled a suicide but many believed there was something more behind her cause of death on August fourth nineteen sixty two. Maryland spent most of the afternoon in a room after having an argument with her friend and publicist Pat Nukem in the morning nukem state at the House for the rest of the afternoon at about three or four. Pm Maryland's housekeeper. Eunice Murray called over her psychiatrist. Dr Ralph Greenspan. She claims she called him because she was troubled by Maryland's request for an oxygen treatment. Even though oxygen was a well-known hangover cure at the time Dr Green soon arrived around three or four Pat Nukem left and green spoke to Maryland in her room for about an hour. Greenspan left asking Murray to stay at Maryland's house overnight and keep an eye on her Maryland took a telephone into her room and spent the night making calls to friends and acquaintances every when she spoke to agree she didn't sound drugged or depressed and she gave no indication. She was considering suicide at around ten PM. She set the receiver down during a call and never turned around ten thirty. She made one last call to Peter. Lawford her friend. And the husband of Patricia Kennedy during the call she apparently drifted into unconsciousness and stopped responding at either midnight or three a m. She changed her story later. In the morning Eunice Murray woke up and noticed a light in Maryland's room was still on but she wasn't responding. She called Dr Green Son who broke in through the bedroom window and found Maryland lying dead clutching the telephone. Next to empty pill. Bottles of prescription sedative called NEMBUTAL and a nearly empty bottle of another sedative choral hydrate. Greenspan called Maryland's physician Dr Hyman Engelberg. Who came over and officially pronounced her dead at four. Twenty five am the police were called. Murray Greenspan and Engelberg initially told investigators Jack Clemens that Maryland's body had been found at midnight creating a four hour gap between discovering the body and calling the police that none of them could account for clemens. Was Relieve by Sergeant Marvin known who sealed up the house until the full investigative force arrived at about five thirty when the investigators questioned them later that morning. Murray Greenspan and Engelberg all changed their stories to say that Maryland's body hadn't been discovered until three a m inconsistencies in the forensic evidence and the witnesses stories. Baffled the police but it did appear to be a suicide so they held off on opening an official investigation until the coroner confirmed the cause of death. The coroner's investigation went on for less than a week during which they interviewed. None of the key witnesses except for Maryland psychoanalyst. Dr Ralph Greenspan after speaking with Dr Greenspan the deputy. Da Leading the investigation said. He was completely convinced that. Maryland's death was not a suicide. The medical examiner's performing the autopsy also believed the death couldn't have been a suicide but despite those findings the coroner officially ruled the cause of death as a probable suicide over the past five decades. Even more evidence has emerged to suggest that Marilyn's death was not in fact a suicide. There have been repeated calls to reopen the investigation into Maryland's death some as recent as two thousand two should not be a close case. It should be an open case by the. Da There's too much too. Many people too much overwhelming evidence that proves that this was not a suicide and I think that Maryland needs closure the difficulty with finding the truth. Is that nearly all the key? Figures involved in Maryland's death are now dead themselves and the statements they gave during their lifetimes were often contradictory. Many of the witnesses who have spoken out against the official story have been discredited as liars fame seekers and conspiracy theorists despite evidence that they might be telling the truth and many of the people who upheld the official story had their own hidden agendas. It was in their best interest to end the inquiry into Maryland's death as quickly as possible

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Jesse Widener of Klamath Film

Herald

05:40 min | 3 years ago

Jesse Widener of Klamath Film

"Heralded news news learn is now. Empowering the community base, slow the news, your news with falls, Oregon. Empowering the community and serving mclamb basin. This is the the news facing us pop. Greetings and welcome to base views heralded news podcast featuring interviews with local experts discussing issues important to the climate basin. I'm kirtland key with the herald news this week. We're joined by Jesse Widener Klamath film here to discuss one of my favorite topics, movies, upcoming events, such as the annual climate independent film festival and a special screening with a very special guest coming soon. Jesse, thank you so much for taking the time out of your schedule to join us here. Well, we will get into everything that Clem film entails and just a little bit. But I always like to start these things off a little bit of background on our guests themselves. Can you educate us a little bit more about who Jesse Widener? Sure. So I've actually got a fairly wide arts back there used to work as a draftsman architect California for about seven years before I moved up here, I've studied music composition, do some drawing some writing. I practiced photography for several years before I started getting into the film thing. So the film thing actually really comes from being the sort of great medium. It's an amalgamation of all these other disciplines that you. You can do kind of throw all these different dispirit interests into one thing. So what was the first video project that you worked on? The first project was probably the first project I did with Klamath film, and it was on one of those old. I don't say hold the nineties hand held nineties early two, thousands of Devi Cam with the digital video tape. And one of the first things I learned was that the screen on it is not as it shows brighter than what the actual film was. So I was exposing to the screen and when I actually took the footage home to work on, it was so dark. I had to crank everything is still looked nasty and black, and it was horrible. I'm from Hollywood is well, I grew up in Eugene, but I spent a long time in Hollywood and those Devi cameras there fuzzy because when I was working on a lot of projects, some of those cameras were fifty thousand eight hundred thousand dollars now that everything's gone digital. They're selling those things on EBay for one hundred bucks. People can't get rid of them. Yeah, yeah, ours, ours is more of a consumer grade one though that we were. We're using it was, you know, like something you'd pick up Fred Meyer or whatnot, and it just wasn't that hot and me not knowing what I was doing with it was even worse. So well, one thing that I have found fascinating being involved in film is the number of people like yourselves that got involved in simply by doing, didn't have formal Bagger. There are film schools that people can go to, but lots of times people just get involved when it for the sake of having an idea grabbing a camera and giving a try and kind of learning as you go. Right. That's a funny thing because I think you know, obviously the film industry is still young, maybe one hundred years, old hundred twenty years old. Just you know, it's not like painting or something like that, and it's been a master apprentice industry for a long, long time. You know, you start working on a film as gopher basically, and work your way up. And then at some point you did start getting into the film school stuff with that sort of seemed to be the advice path go to films go, go to USC, go to southern California, whatever the case maybe and then it not in the last probably twenty years with the advance. In technology with the internet, having all of these YouTube videos, and there's several channels that teach you how to do all these filmmaking techniques or whatnot. I think it's really democratized and commodities that industry where you can just from your house, you'll get a five hundred dollar camera. It's amazing compared to anything from, you know, ten twenty years ago and then sit on YouTube for your to do stuff. You know, the technology's advanced, but what's really fascinating to me as just a fan of film in general. I love going back to the old silent film era, the little black Charlie Chaplin Buster Keaton and stuff like that. And you look at the things that they were doing. They were inventing how films are made then. And while the technology may have changed the method for creating film really hasn't and over the course of a century, right? Yeah. The structure is generally isn't actually, I have a slight complaint about structure of fill. You know, when when film for start out, you're talking late, eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds and nobody really knew what to do with it. You know there was this massive creativity of, you know. What? What wild things can I do? You know what weird effects can I do? How can I freak people out that never seen something on screen like this and somewhere in the teens, the nineteen teens. It's sort of took on this the purpose of films to tell a story. And I think it's really been pigeonholed in that one hundred years. You know, it's it's like saying the purpose of painting before there was photography. The purpose of painting was to be as realistic as possible and the medium geared towards that realism until in the eighteen hundreds of the camera came out and they realize somebody could just snap a picture. So you know what was the point of painting now that's when you saw painting expand into, you know, pression ISM and surrealism and Dada. ISM cubism and Jackson Pollock jap- technique and all this kind of wild stuff. And

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