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The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"earl king" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"A 5 or a car and a key and a sober driver DA double are you. A couple of frat guys from Abilene drove out all night to see Robert Earl keen at the K pigs wine and swore a dance they wore baseball caps and khaki pants they wanted cigarettes so to save a little money they got one from this hippie that's melt kind of funny and the next thing they knew they were both really hungry and pretty thirsty too. They run but heavily double are you in beer and all we need is a ten and a 5 or a car and a key and a sober driver be double a double RU and be around find a store with the sign said their beer was cold so they sent in Brad 'cause he looked the oldest. He got a case of beer in a candy bar walked over to where all them registers are latest fake ID on the countertop the clerk looked he turned he looked back up he stopped. He said son, I'm not gonna call the cops, but I'm gonna have to keep this card. The guys both took it pretty hard. Are you in mirror? Double are you in beer? Oh how happy we would be had we only brought a better fake idea all this B I believe double are you in be around? They found this other old hippie named sleepy John. He claimed to be the one from the Robert Earl king song so they gave him all their cash, he bought him
"earl king" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Yeah and if it sounds vaguely familiar and you're thinking Bobby Marshawn is in there somewhere you'd absolutely be right on that Darnell's version was a straight version of all get along somehow like I say had been around forever But the spoken interlude was in there Yeah And I'll have to pull that out of the record sometimes you can hear the whole thing but it's much like much like what Bobby marchand did yeah And just classic stuff So 8 8 8 7 6 5 5 9 three Maybe tomorrow night after the game I'll pull out the soliloquies from both of that because they are marvelous but that was that was Larry Darnell who I think Bobby marchand of course notorious cross dresser There was no doubt but I think that Larry Darnell was as well And while the dewdrop in New Orleans which had been around from the 30s through the early 70s had been known for its flamboyant hosts and Patsy by Dahlia was the big one There were cross dressers And in fact it was Patsy who organized the annual New Orleans gay ball on Halloween which went on forever But apart from that side of the dewdrop inn which was flamboyant of nothing else the talent there was unbelievable Everybody from Joe hunter to Amos milburn and gatemouth Brown and Dave Bartholomew And Tommy ridgley jam it up Earl king or U piano Smith Allen toussaint You name it This was the early denizens in the 40s of the dewdrop in The groove room that used to call it And then later Charles Brown and James Brown and Ray Charles and Sam Cooke and Otis Redding and Solomon of course Little Richard you can bet that club was just made for him In fact a Little Richard wrote dewdrop in about the venue Well some of it anyway But that's the deal with Larry Darnell and I promise later I will pull out that soliloquy so we can hear it tomorrow night But if there's something else on your mind we absolutely can talk about it God knows although I'll prattle on Now of course the threat comes I have the tabloids That's right slime from the checkout line And they're about what you would expect them to be this week But you know we try to make the show a safe haven from what's going on in the world at large that will raise your blood pressure and otherwise make sick And it's one of those things where oh I could do a monologue for four hours about some of that but we're going to pass that up entirely and just hopefully have a good time So let's grab a couple of this week's tabloids Of course you knew it was going to be Johnny beats lying amber And indeed And while I guess that that would be considered good news all the way around The side of it that isn't brought up is she didn't bring the suit against him He brought the suit against her So that's you know I've mixed thoughts on that whole thing and obviously she's been you know he's been awarded over $10 million of her is the problem is that she doesn't have $10 million So we'll see where that will go Of course there's going to be oh I know what I was going to talk about speaking of lawsuits What did I do with it It's just too good to be true In terms of you just can't believe it And that is the lawsuit of the woman who is who filed with Geico because she got an STD in a car and the car was insured by Geico By so let me find that details because I read this last night and by the way when I did it's of course always interesting to see what the deal is But the bottom line is that apparently this woman canoed with this car owner and ensured car owner And came up with HPV human papillomavirus and apparently she wrote to Geico and this happened by the way in 2017 And Geico was the insurer So she wrote to Geico pretty much a $1 million in Geico said no this is not the approved use of the car and therefore you get nothing Well okay but what happened then was that the woman went into a apparently arbitration with the guy and the arbitration came out in her favor gave her $5.2 million to fairly and justly compensator And so she went to the woman the woman with the HPV went to a circuit court to enforce the arbitration ruling and they did Well Geico then appealed it And so where we are now is the appeal And apart from whether or not this was an acceptable use of the car is that Geico was not notified of the arbitration And so the Missouri court of appeal says doesn't matter You have plenty of time to act on your own behalf and so as I say they're saying no we didn't She submitted the claim over a year ago And she sent a copy of the lawsuit She was about to file against the insured man She offered to settle the claim for a $1 million And the Geico pretty much said no it's not an approved use of the use of the car So at that point that's when she went into arbitration And so now the question is more about whether Geico had the right to defend themselves then it is even the use of the car And her lawyers are saying he was insured against his personal liability arising from his negligence and actions involving the automobile Well so this is going to go to a jury trial in Kansas City in October And there's been over a hundred docket entries on this So part of this will not be about STDs or what you do in cars but it will partly be to be Geico was saying we were not notified of the arbitration and the courts so far saying yes or what So that's what's going on But nonetheless $5.2 million right Yeah if this holds can you even imagine all right so we'll get there lord knows but we got Scotty again in the east Chicago so you heard some Larry Darnell Granny James thank you very much Hey that guy had a big band sounds He had a nice voice Yes he did Yeah you know I never heard him know What a lot of people told me I remember them well I mean I never have seen my nothing But this is the first time I heard him That's a big band he had with him Yeah I mean he sounds good And I like the one he was talking about He was going to play a Bobby Marshall Yeah by the way I liked a lot of his records Yeah me too I will definitely pull out that soliloquy We'll compare the Bobby Martian soliloquy to the left I want to ask you one question I was down I was at the doctor's office today And I was reading this year about the Texas roadhouses that had all these Texas roadhouses of life and times of the life and therefore kin caring Yeah Do you know anything about him This is really sad being bows He killed herself Yeah right Absolutely And he's been this was a year ago He was 16 years old He was reading down the doctor's office and the doctor told me to take it with me Yeah and he apparently it was supposedly like a post COVID battle or whatever He had to hear the virus or something Yeah right And so he went down to his bottom of something that books in They say he had $5 billion though Yeah he was from Louisville yes absolutely Right right That's where when you kill the shellfish Yeah Yeah And I mean you got Brad B and 9 million $1 billion and he's going to take your own life I'm with you You don't get this out of here I never heard of but my doctor said he had 8 there and he said the food was just marvelous Yeah a lot of sugar though I'll tell you what this stuff was awfully sweet at Texas roadhouse I never heard of you know but then she had them all over the country I was reading the book and they say it went to Louis We got the.
"earl king" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello. From wonder media network, I'm Jenny Kaplan, and this is romantica. This month we're highlighting indigenous women from around the globe. Today, we're talking about a woman who broke barriers and encouraged those around her to do the same. She was the first indigenous woman in Canada to become a registered nurse, and the first indigenous woman to gain the right to vote in a Canadian election. Let's talk about Charlotte Edith Anderson montour. Charlotte Edith Anderson montour, who mostly went by Edith, was born in 1890 on the 6 nations reserve in OS weekend, near brantford Ontario. She was of Mohawk descent. Edith excelled in school and was a high school graduate, a rare accomplishment for Canadian women, both indigenous and non indigenous at that time. She wanted to go to nursing school, the Canadian federal law prohibited indigenous students from enrolling. Still, Edith didn't let that stop her. Instead, she applied to New York's New Rochelle nursing school and was accepted. In 1914, Edith graduated at the top of her class and became the first Canadian indigenous registered nurse. Edith worked as a nurse in New York until 1917 when the U.S. entered into World War I. She then joined the U.S. Army nursing corps, along with 14 other Canadian nurses. Her community expected her to die overseas. Before she left, she received ceremonial Mohawk clothing to wear and burial. Nevertheless, a 27 years old, Edith traveled to France and began treating wounded soldiers. The working conditions were harrowing. Edith worked 14 hour shifts in brutal wartime conditions, sometimes witnessing whole towns being demolished. Even in the midst of this violence, Edith made deep human connections. She befriended a 20 year old soul named Earl king. She called him her pet patient. He had been shot in the neck, but they all expected him to make a full recovery. Unexpectedly, Earl hemorrhaged and died one morning. Edith wrote in her diary, my heart was broken. Cried most of the day and could not sleep. She reached out to Earl's parents and formed a friendship with them, later going to visit them in Iowa. When Edith returned from the war, she was granted the right to vote. In Canada, the military voters act of 1917 gave all Canadians who served in the war the right to vote. Including Edith. Indigenous women generally in Canada didn't gain the right to vote until 1960. Edith eventually moved back to the reservation where she grew up, and worked as a nurse there until 1955. She had 5 children. Helen Moses, her daughter. Continued her mother's legacy, becoming a founding member of the Canadian indigenous nurses association. In 1996, Edith died just a few days before her 106th birthday..
Stuff Mom Never Told You
"earl king" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"And i will read. A couple of entry is from the journal to get to hear a little bit of what she wrote so while she was starving there. She befriended a patient one of the. I guess more notable or one that's been talked about in the articles that are written about her earl king who was a soldier from iowa and she said in her diary entry on june sixteenth nineteen eighteen quote. My pet patient earl king who adopted me for his big sister died at this. Am at seven fifteen had hemorrhage at three fifteen am the poor boy lost consciousness immediately. My heart was broken cried most of the day and could not sleep. That's ended the quote. She was pretty upset when he died and she wrote his parents and his parents visited her. She visited them and they struck up kanda friendship. So that's one of the more. I guess things that she didn't really write a ton about specific soldiers in her diary injuries. And she in a later interview. She did say about her experience in the war. Walk right over where there have been fighting. It was an awful sight. Buildings rebel trees burnt spent shells all over the place. Whole towns blown up. She didn't really talk a ton about discrimination that she faced or the difficulties of war but she does say in her last journal entry quote when we looked over the shell torn feels and think of the millions of dollars in property. Destroy to save nothing of the tremendous loss of life. We cannot wonder that. In france they bury the dead facing the north even in death. They dare not turn their backs on germany. A bit of sentiment of course but who can blame them. So edith return to north america and soon went back to the six nations reserve in canada where she married menteur in nineteen twenty. They had five children. Which were bud. Helen ron don and gilbert. Although gilbert died as an infant in nineteen twenty nine. She continued her nursing career and she worked as a nurse and a midwife at the lady willington hospital on the reserve until nineteen fifty five and in nineteen thirty nine. She was elected. Honorary president of the sh- weaken red cross. So yeah her nurse continue to do what she did which was nurse on the reservation and as the nineteen seventeen military service act had given wartime nurses the right to vote. That's where the other. I came in where she was the first female status indian registered band member to gain the right to vote in a canadian federal election. Although indigenous women in general were able to legally vote federally without losing their indian status until nineteen sixty and her son mentioned that he remembers other veterans encouraging her to vote in federal elections with them. Her daughter who samantha brought up earlier. Helen was a founding member of the national aboriginal nurses association which is now known as the canadian indigenous nurses association but yeah edith continued to serve until she retired in nineteen ninety six. Like samantha said they transcribe. The diary and edith herself died on april third nineteen ninety-six which is just before her hundred and sixth birthday and she was buried on the six nations reserve. And there is a memory of her and their edith. Mantra avenue in brantford ontario is named after her. And there's a park there. This named after her as well so she is trying to say as she is recognized for her work in her pioneering status as an indigenous woman in nursing in canada. Yeah and i think so. Much of this story is emblematic foot. We were talking about in our cheesecake. Champagne celebration of these first of somebody who like you said. She was like well something to do like she wasn't in. It necessarily like was kind of shy about talking about her. First or reno was just wasn't talking about it that much but it was just doing it and then having i love that. She kept this journal that we can read. That's something i personally really enjoy is when people are. Yeah even if there's nothing really to report reported a rate of just like you know. Because i think full picture of their experience as we do like build up. Here's their first. But there's a whole life in a person behind that that did have plenty of. Monday's did go. To gambles for. Lunch is exciting. Yeah i really enjoy that aspect looking to her story. Yeah me too. I'm really appreciative of it. I mean and happy that like you know. The family made it available for us to be able to read and also just wasn't that long ago when she passed away so does to think about this first happening in such recent history and to know that she also has a living. Legacy is is nice to know that you know her work of people like me. And you know the three of us is still being uncovered. You know we can talk about it. Within the framework of the rest of indigenous american and north american history just like is involved in so much. so yeah. I think he's super cool for sure. That was interesting too. Sometimes i'll hear for tonight. I'm trying to like have a context. Before i look it up. Like win was the oh. Wow pretty recent. Yeah once again. Eve's robotic great story. Thank you so much from. Bring it to your attention or anything else before we up no one to touch on. That's all thank you again for. Having me always loved being here. So oh yes john magin though i have to ask like do you think she imagined that we would be reading and it will be published her journal because for me my thought is. Oh my god. I don't my journal. Guess who had this conversation before. Yeah i don't want people to read my diary i was. I was thinking about that when i was reading hers. And you know i know. There's some stuff that was omitted right. I hope so. I wonder to what degree there were self censorship as well when she was actually writing right her diary rice of course she knew she was going to war. I think you'd already covered the fact that you know people who would off as you probably not gonna come back if you're going to be there. And so perhaps she was doing this in order to have a lasting memory for someone to keep that record so she could exist but yeah in my head. I'm like he's already my diary. Don't don't remind journal. I gotta keep that locked the door. They're so embarrassing. Exactly we've talked about that. When i was growing up i had a diary and it had a little key. Lock it attack. You could've just like just like rip able to build a strap across the german but it was all like this pet has died again today..
The Nerd Soup Podcast
"earl king" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"The poem. I forget who writes the poem but it set to the music of schubert who wrote music for the palm called the earl king so that was it was like an hour. It wasn't that long. And the visuals were fucking. Spooky is fuck. That's the thing we can get a. You can really enjoy silent movies or seeing. How much production is prototype. Because that's that's all you have you've music and you have the look and can't rely. Sometimes they say a kerr saba rauch. Amman is movie. Rauscher ma that you can watch it with with no dialogue. It's like a silent movie. Even though they do speak at times that name of homer simpson. Russia is so fucking funny so this should be interesting. Toby maguire getting back into the limelight. Bit here hopefully. As appearance spiderman i was gonna say was he cast vitamin. I guess what was the less big movie. He was in debt. The debt it feels like it. Oh trump's thunder cats. We probably he had to have appeared in some certain movies. Not big movie. Obviously great cameo kademi five time academy award winner. What's his name again Kurt lazarus lazarus and movie award winner. Toby maguire that's looking He was re robert downey junior. That might be my favorite performance of him and tropic thunder. It's amazing take ironman out. And that's one hundred percent mine mo- he's also a chaplain and chaplain should watch that. He plays charlie chaplin and he does a lot of the funny wacky mannerisms of the silent movie era. Let's move on questions here looking at tobey. Maguire movies doctor strange multi-universe that phone away. Babylon got left in the dust on by leo. Were boys inquires kind of a psychopath. I see i've so. Yeah he's based The do the player acts in mali's games based on tobey maguire. The one of the poker players. There's a clip of him. Going bananas on rossi. They deserve that. I deserve it. But now he's known to be like a like a very aggressive poker player in a hard core gambler. What's leo kevin connolly right there Gaudy and togo crew. They used to the when they were younger. They turned hollywood. Read the boys running around this questions.
"earl king" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And radio. I'm Rollie James as Willy T. Yes, the one and only cheese and you 1965 on Ola got to number 12 on the R and B charts 97 on the pop charts for the hangar. Would have been 77 over the weekend, sadly died on August 2007 of colon cancer. Born in New Orleans, Earl King wrote that and he would have turned 87 Sunday. He, too, was born in New Orleans, died at 69 2003 complications of diabetes. He was just well, they both were just terrific. All right. So we are talking with Indiana Bob about favorite radios and the like, And he was just about to say That's your cue. Oh, good. Um, we were talking about the lady. With the Western Union problem? Yes. Um okay, we'll go said I am housebound. Okay. I'm taking this time of year. Definitely housebound. I have Have my government check. And my retirement check. Said to my credit union. I opened up my credit union savings account for $5. The only stipulation with them. It's you gotta keep that five bucks in the savings account. Mm hmm. So I don't want my savings account on that one side on my checks. Come in. I spread over the half and one goes to the checking account, which is free. Um and That's all this is five bucks and it's a real count your checkbooks than old man yards. You don't have to play around with Western Union. You don't have to play around half of the back. I just had my ideas don't not too long ago, and I called the bank and the ladies. The banks that all wait a minute. We'll just take this in house. Our self don't even need to do a police report. With a credit card for the Democrats. And over the phone. My girl, Sarah, if yeah, we got him. We got him. We got all your money back. It's back in your account. Yeah. No harm, no foul, and it only took two weeks. That's great on your you're right. In many areas. There are credit unions that are just terrific. I still have one from the Tennessee Valley. You know, federal credit Union? That is, was that same kind of deal? Where from us? Nothing opened up an accountant. Everything was free and in some areas like my own checking, and suddenly that still comes out of Idaho. Because in north Idaho, also in Montana, like in in Kalispell, there are banks that don't charge you ever for anything. So if you if you look around, you can find them. And I know that And maybe this is it because you know until now, Leah didn't have this problem but man trying to find a Western Union office and then losing half of it to send it back. No, there's gotta be a better solution than that. I have all of Western Union in 20 years. Well, you know, you see it. It's a lot of the big box stores is, you know the walmart of the world where you can send money, orders and all that kind of stuff. So it is used, But it would seem to me that if they now have an unfriendly policy like they're gonna take half of it If you try to cash it in, that's time to say, Well, maybe let's find another way to do this. Yet not yet, said the credit union and I can't speak for all those jeans. I don't know. All credit right? They're all different, but you can get some very good deals that some of them and usually to be a member does not take much. No, no. And you know, you said, and I do everything over the phone. Grouping. Yep. And my banker or the lady that I talked to at the bank It was more than accommodating. It's just that it's good. I don't know. Friendly banking service like I remember back in the fifties and sixties. Absolutely, And that's worth its weight in gold, But, yeah, this uh, sometimes when you go through this kind of stuff like like Leah did finding out what it was like these days to catch something in. That's all the impetus you need to look at other options that I hope she will. Well, education costs money, no matter how well, that's right, but hopefully not twice. You know what they say for the first time. Shame on you second time. Well, you know where that's going. All right, Bob. Thanks for what? Had forgot to compliment you tonight. Your bumpers are fantastic this evening. Thanks for calling. And thanks for saying that I appreciate it. Thank you. Yeah, we'll get to a Marcus and Marshall Pennsylvania's room for you. 28888765593. That's 88 88 r o l l y e. If you've got an insurance question, you could talk to a park Ranger. But the only quotes they'd probably give you would be about the beauty of a fallen leaf or ripples in a pond. Not the kind that could save you money on your policies. Or.
Talk 1260 KTRC
"earl king" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"You and it gives you hope in joy, and it really does add up to make a huge difference, You know, all right. Some of the people included in this concert include the Great musician, Academy Award winning musician and now great actor Ryan Being him from Carl's better Hobbs. Always forget which I mentioned Ray Wylie Hubbard. Robert Earl King. Great James McMurtry often comes a Santa Fe L. King. I mentioned that Mickey Hart. Former drummer of the Grateful Dead along with Lucky, Who's saying, I mean, it's just an incredible lineup of people. Dave Grusin, Jackson Browne, ELISA Gillick Seuin David Byrne, We mentioned Del Castillo. Delbert McClinton when my favorite harmonica players of all time Yes. You know, Richard, everybody has, uh Really, I mean, Jackson, Browne said. I can send one song, but I can send another song. That's four minutes that I really, really want to do. You know it just and then it's so appropriate. It's just incredible what people have done, They knock themselves out. Thanks to you, Joe Hardy. Thank you very much. Your husband, Terry, as well as building a house key from the violent crown and you guys all get together along with that I know Hampton sides is it's probably a big part of this, but Every time I talk to him, he's as I'm too busy. I'm too busy. I can't talk to you something some some other time, And I guess he's trying to get a book done about Captain Cook or something like that. You know, some book he's trying to do. All right. Ah, Sherry will give you the party and shot Go Chiefs and and support the Food Depot San effect. That's right and actually will provide help The five food banks in New Mexico and hungry you Mexicans. Thank you all so much. You're next. Few distribution is when and where It is not this Saturday, not tomorrow. But the next January 23rd at Senate a play small and that will be between 8 A.m. to 10 A.m.. All right, ladies, we have a month. So if you want to do this again, you know where to find me. Wow, Thanks. Very thanks for your help, Richard. Already. Thank you.