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"glee club" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:46 min | Last month

"glee club" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"And we will donate. I will donate money. The crusade for Children were up to $420. So I will add another $20 to it. If you can correctly $440.20 whole dollars. That's right. Thanks, Mr Rockefeller. Sorry, John. No books this semester. Yeah. Alright. Here we go. Everybody ready? Yes. All right, Let's go. Share a brain question Number one in 10 2033 miners were trapped in a mine for 69 days in which South American country she lay, huh. Can I finish? The question now is smart enough to know it. It's Chile. More importantly, skyline Chile. I believe I believe she is right. She is right. Chilean miners. Final Answer. Chile I mean, Yeah. You was said they were. They were all under age. It was really frightening. Yeah, it was a regular three way. Chile. OK, Question number two. On the TV show Glee. What is the name of the high school? Tony? You could take this 10. We're like I have no idea. I was literally in Glee Club in high school, and I don't know this. Let's see. After all of this season's of glee that I watched I never paid attention to Happy Valley High. I have no idea Never really. How do you not know this? Haley? I went and saw Glee live. I saw them do a live performance. And I still do not know the answer to this woman. Take a hell variant, least think woman think. God Sing song, Dale High, So that's right. Uh, is it is it Is it a president's name? Give us a hint. Tony, The answer is Richmond High. William.

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"glee club" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:37 min | 8 months ago

"glee club" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"But you've got big glee club houses and Billy Waite rooms and batting cages were supposed spending your all your home games at a triple A ball park. I mean, versus any other NL team. Was there any reason why it was Pittsburgh? Just just proximity? It's not too far away. And you know, Pittsburgh has not been Ah, hot spot for the virus. So I think there was there was some openness too. You know, letting them be there and it probably it probably just easy city. The ballpark beautiful hotels right downtown right near the ballpark that probably make it easy for both the Blue Jays and the visiting teams. Um so I would imagine all of that went into the decision. Alright, listen. Thanks very much. Enjoy. What now? What do you do? Ah, Do you stay away from the book? You go to the ballpark. What's your What was your role I will most likely be covering most everything that I'm covering from home. Okay. You know, the way that they're doing, it is even if you're at the ballpark, you're still doing your period. A result resumes, so it doesn't make any sense that the fewer people that have to be there and you know less clutter in the press box and just let exposure The better So long as I could do my job from home. I will probably continue to do that. So if you went to the bull book, you wouldn't get any access to the players before the game anyway, right? Wouldn't get before or after the basically the players and coaching staff in front office or considered tier one into your two player or people there. Media and other support staff considered to your three and you're not even allowed on that judges, clubhouse levels. So you're you're basically in the press box or on the press box, So it makes no reason to go where you don't know. It doesn't mean it doesn't make much reason to go. That's for sure. You know? Yeah. Yeah, It's gonna be a weird here for everybody Just roll with the punches and Thanks very.

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'Glee' star Naya Rivera died from drowning, autopsy rules

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

02:02 min | 8 months ago

'Glee' star Naya Rivera died from drowning, autopsy rules

"Star Naya Rivera saved her son before disappearing and dine in like pyro. Rivera's four year old son told investigators his mother boosted boosted him him back back onto onto the the rented rented bow bow just just before before slipping slipping underwater. underwater. We're We're confident confident the the body body we we found found is is that that of of Nyah Nyah Rivera. Rivera. Rivera's Rivera's parents parents visiting visiting Lake Lake Piru. Piru. Just hours after the discovery, the 33 year old was last seen on surveillance video. Authorities say she then FaceTime, her family that video key evidence guiding the search. Her son described. Being helped into the boat by 9%. He looked back and saw her disappear. Under the surface of the water. More than 100 personnel aided in the challenging search, Rivera's former glee co stars joining her family and friends on the Lake Shore. Her career began as a child actor, Mr It was her bolstering voice that catapulted Rivera into the spotlight, playing Santana Lopez, a character that resonated with so many in the LGBTQ community coming to terms with her sexuality as a queer woman. She is the best thing shattering cultural stereotypes as the only Hispanic member of the Glee Club. You don't even know enough to be embarrassed about these stereotypes that you're perpetuating its not fair, her former co stars now morning the devastating loss on social media. Demi Lovato, who played her girlfriend Ugly, calling Rivera's character groundbreaking and Darren Criss writing. I was constantly moved by the degree to which she took care of her family and how she looked out for her friends. Amy, this glee cast has experienced tragic loss before. Yesterday was the anniversary of the death of Cory Monty, the show's leading man. He died seven years ago. So much for this young cast to endure. That's a B C's Kaylee

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'Glee' star Naya Rivera's body found at lake

All of It

01:20 min | 8 months ago

'Glee' star Naya Rivera's body found at lake

"There was tragic news of the body of actress and singer Naya Rivera was recovered from like Pierrot in California on July 8th. Her four year old son was found alone in a boat Rivera rented According to authorities. It's believed the pair went swimming. And when Rivera was able to get her son back onto the boats safely, she did not make it and drowned. Vera was a child actor appearing on sitcoms but was a struggling actor when she was working as a nanny and a waitress when she auditioned for a part for a new TV show called Glee about a high school glee club. We went on to be a huge success, and she became a role model for many young Latinas and gay teens. She played Santana Lopez, a gorgeous and spiky cheerleader who struggled with her sexual orientation, but ultimately Became comfortable with being queer. Vera told The Times in the 2011 interview, quote. Honestly, I never thought I'd actually paying a Latina lesbian, But I'm glad I did. Because there have been a lot of fans have expressed that they've been going through similar situations in their lives. I've heard from girls that are in high school there, 16 17 and they're like I came out to my mom or it came out to my friends and thank you for helping me to do that. Nyah had a beautiful singing voice. And while on glee, she often performed up tempo pop songs, one of her most moving performances with the Burt Baccarat. And How did a classic Elsie NY Rivera was 33 years old.

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"glee club" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:34 min | 8 months ago

"glee club" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Glee Club school. Even among the show's triple threat. Platinum talons. Rivera stood out but says Alex Sarah goes. Ah culture staff writer for Pies. Santana was not even imagined as a serious regular at first. No, she wasn't. She was just kind of this sidekick, Mean Girl, Best friend with a gift for insulting the show's hapless protagonists. All Rachel, Congratulations. Normally you dress like the fantasy of a perverted Japanese businessman with a very dark, specific fetish, But I actually dig this look was just so great and even the small snippets that she got out and she was such a scene stealer. One of the most popular story arcs on glee was pushed my fans on social media. Santana is a lesbian who falls in love with her best friend, a fellow cheerleader. Their romance turns hand Hannah into a sympathetic anti hero, especially for LGBTQ Defends. During a 2011 panel at the Paley Center for Media, Nyah Rivera talked about what it was like to hear from them. That's been really overwhelming and very humbling because I had no idea you know, going into it. I've never played this sort of character. Rivera was a child actor who scored her first serious regular role when she was little more than a toddler. Later, she popped up on shows like they watch and the Bernie Mac show on glee. Her slinky thumb character was criticised by some is a stereotype. But this was before Orange is the new black and other shows help diversify lesbian representation on TV. Even those critics appreciated Rivera's humor and humanity a Santana scheme to win over her crush. I.

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"glee club" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

Start Today Morning Show

13:17 min | 11 months ago

"glee club" Discussed on Start Today Morning Show

"To accomplish. I look for signs. I think you find them. You know like there are signs and I. I didn't I didn't know him. I know him through the stories that you've told end the pictures that we still have hanging out here in the house and Little video clips that. I've been able to see if you guys run around fronts place in Bakersfield. I mean But he's he's a part of our he's a part of our family and always will be in has shaped so much of who you are and how you do what you do. And so man. His legacy lives in the working do and man. It's okay to hold sadness in be and you know someone who is grieving and is also going to pursue a day that tries to celebrate his life at the same time to do both. But I think that's part of what our job is. The other thing I thought about. I wrote a post about it this morning. I'M GONNA put it out later today but I had this realization. This is sort of going in a little bit of a different direction but not totally a couple of different things. Have kind of hit me lately of We have been looking at the intake forms of people who are coming to live conference on Saturday because think I said this yesterday. I wanted to really understand what y'all were struggling with so that I could make sure and teach and speak on those specific topics and one of the things that I am just hearing. Overwhelmingly is from parents who are really struggling with how to take care and love their kids well and specifically hearing a lot about parents of teenagers and how much they feel like. They're teenagers are struggling. They don't know how to help them. So that's one thing and then last night it was brought to my attention like struck me of how many people are in quarantine right now with family members who do not know that they are gay. So sit with me in this for a minute. How many teenagers how? Many young adults are had a community enhance support from people outside of their home that now they are cut off from the place that made them feel safe. So I've had people reach out to me on a dam. Which is why I wanted to talk about this and so I just want us as a community to be mindful of who might be struggling for reasons. We're not even thinking of Until the lemon just real quick say this. If you need to hear this you are so loved and you are so worthy as you are and even if you don't yet have the support that you need. I promise you there are people out there in this world. Who will love you just as you are. We need you here. We need your creativity. We need your heart. We need you to show up just as you are and I'm sorry that it doesn't feel safe right now and I'm sorry that you are cut off from the people who made you feel free but I promise you that you will get to the other side of this. Please don't be discouraged. Please don't give think about to the way the music for your brother. Ride like that music. That band was a refuge. That Glee Club that the musical theater group like there are so many majors. Who HAVE VAT thing? That was like the thing that was holding them together that they don't have as much access to that man. We just need to really shine love and light into places where people who were previously depending on something else now have to become strong and also find community digitally finding community and communities like s. But yet there are people who are in domestic violence you know. Electrical are in homes that the homes are not say spouses were in homes at the homes are not safe. But they're in quarantine and they have. No we're out to get away from that of I can't even I can't even process it. It's just I think I think it starts with an awareness of people who are living a life that may be as different than yours. And how do you keep showing up? And how do you love on them? And how do you be a resource in how like I'm seeing the work? What do you think of right now is like what so many people are doing incredibly essential work but something? I'm seeing right now is like teachers. Laflin symbols teacher like school bus drivers and the people who worked in the front office and the lunch ladies the amount of people who were refuge for our children who are still fighting to be that refuge for them even in the midst of quarantine like just be mindful of. I guess what I wanted to say. Don't know anybody's story but my own. I don't know the context of anyone else's story but all of these parents were saying man. My teenager is isolating themselves. They don't WanNa come out of the room. I feel like they're depressed. I don't know how to help them what I want to ask you is. What have they been cut off from that they needed? What have they been cut off from that they needed? And can you have a conversation with that up? Can you have a conversation with them about that were you? Don't talk you just listen were you just hey to. I'm here and maybe you listen for half an hour and they don't really have anything to say and then the next thing you listen again and the next thing you listen again and maybe it takes ten times of you sitting there and listening and not offering judgment and not saying but just until they're able to feel safe enough to tell you what's going on but you are the refuge that they have your in the home with them. So what can you do to be that that source like? I think a lot of the parents are reaching out to me think that what is making their teenager. Old depressed is the pandemic. And maybe that's true but maybe you need to ask what was in their life seven weeks ago. That isn't in their life now that I need to be aware of as their as their caretaker and the person that loves them. How can we get them those resources that they need that they don't have now? I know I'm going all I remember when when we were walking into foster care the number one first thing that they continue to say over and over was find a way to match the needs of the child or children to your strengths and to the extent that your children have needs and those needs previously had strengths. That were serving them there. There there is a responsibility for each of us to push past them not wanting to have a conversation so that they can connect and get some of the strengths that you have for the needs. That are no longer being served. It teenage teenage years. Teenage years are just. They're tough law ready. And then you take this and you lump pulling them away from something that previously was satisfying some of their needs with strengths. That we're probably living many times outside of your home. How how you can still get them connected by the way might be. Teenagers could be literally anything. Buddy anyone right then I do. Think like when it comes to our children. There is incredible power in the influence of other adults who are not us as parents. There's so much research on this. There's so much research about other leaders for your children because I'll literally saved the exact same thing that you said because it comes from someone else Lewis and when we give examples to our kids. Our kids are going through something. We'll be like oh our friend so and so also went through that and narrow whatever our kids will say will. What can you ask them? What do they think about this? And I'm like let me get there but you know what whatever is going to make them feel seen and taking care of and supported we have so many Family and friends friends that are closer than family that pour into our children's lives and I just think right now. If you are struggling what is your network. Look like who. Can you reach out to and if you can identify specifically what it is you're Kitto or honestly what you are having a hard time and then think okay. Who Do I know that is really great at this thing? Who is really great at this and reach out to that person. Maybe even if you're shoveling have a teenager and I am really struggling to connect with them right now. Ok well who do you know that has a teenager that you feel like is doing it well or has the kind of relationship that you admire someone you know. Could you reach out to that person and ask them? Hey quiche talk to me about how you've developed this relationship water. Some of the things you do. If it's not someone you know if it's not someone that you know maybe you could like find books. Podcast youtube videos where people have talked about the specific thing that you're dealing with. Just the get some ideas by the way I mean if you are now already inside of the made for more group on facebook there are people every day representing the thing that they are working through their processing and the way that the comment section feeds a whole bunch of affirmation. And you're not alone in this and here's some resources that I use to help me work through that there is. There is a community here. But it's more find a community whether it's something inside of something that exists here or anywhere but normalizing your struggle. The struggle is universal. It doesn't make you weak or lasts or broken. It is just it is just a thing that exists for all of us all of us are struggling the willingness to push into a community to feel a little bit differently about that struggle. Being something that we are working through alone is an important thing especially during this crazy crazy upside down and I think as much as it's not something people want to deal with. I do think that there's emotions are gonNA bubble up right now for a lot of us if you are in quarantine especially because you. Don't have the normal distractions right like you don't have the normal routine and not leaving. Your House. You're not dealing with traffic. You're not you're not getting gas in your car. You're not doing all of these things that normally would meet your mind. Focus on a billion other things instead of what's going on in your heart and so stuff is going to bubble up and as scary as it can be kind of open. Pandora's box look inside and see what's going on there. There's also incredible power for you in using this time. If you're able to just like scratch at that a little bit what's going on there? Why did that affect me so much? Why does that make me feel so anxious? Why did that make me so angry? Why did I get emotional like whatever it is? There is incredible power in doing that right now. Both Dave and I have been doing virtual therapy highly. Recommend there are people that you can talk to right now. If you have a therapist maybe you could just say like Hey. I know I can meet you in person. Could I face time you and then like then Mo you the money? There is really really incredible. Power in gaining strength in a season like this one I was on. I was on yesterday with my therapist and the question that he inevitably draws me back to every single time is what is the. What is the problem? You're trying to solve because there are a lot of times feeling things. I'm feeling on feeling overwhelmed. I'm feeling anxious. I'm feeling I have fear. Whatever he's GonNa. What is the problem that you're trying to solve and I think part of like just being in a community where you can take things that are sitting inside of your unconscious. Bring them to light. You may get a little bit of hints on what problem you're trying to solve. You might not have the resource personally to solve. You might need to find someone else who can come alongside you and encourage you or support you offer you a book or a podcast. Listen to but understanding. What my problem that I'm trying to solve is forget it is. It's a it's been a real game changer. Especially in these times because I feel like I think most people like. I'm feeling lot but until I take a second to understand what problem I need to work through what problem I need to like. Understand the source or the root of better. I I'm just going to keep feeling it without actually addressing it and it's been it's been a big help all right you know we did at who is a little news of a conversation just like WANNA be real. That's today it's A. It's a beautiful day and I'm going to celebrate and also I'll cry. That's what life is right. So thank you for hanging out. Even though it was a little bit more emotional. We kind of talked about all sorts of subjects. And we'll see you here tomorrow. Tomorrow's yesterday can be great because we are going to have a great day. And if you're missing.

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"glee club" Discussed on Personology

Personology

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"glee club" Discussed on Personology

"From a very young age and then when he is like seven or eight years old he goes to the market in New York and he sees a dead seal and it just like blows his mind. He needs to know everything about it. He wants to bring it back. Creates his own Museum of Natural History. And so this seal kind of opens up a Pandora's box where he's like bringing home dead things living things you know. He's asking the cook to boil a woodchuck so he can articulate the skeleton. He's got a snapping turtle tied to the legs of the sink and his parents encouraged him in this. I mean they were very supportive. I think his mother was like you stink but Otherwise they were like you should pursue this. This is a passion for you. A real scientific curiosity. It's kind of like a kiss through a screen door. Like he could look at these dead things but he couldn't go out and participate. He could see those things but also not very well because he was very nearsighted which they didn't realize until he was about a teenager the same year he gets glasses and a gun. The world just opened up in a way that it never had before. I'm glad he got the glasses before the gun for sure. And so you know he goes out and he starts hunting and he's very into it. I asked some experts. How do we square these two things? We know him as a conservation president. He cared a lot about nature but he also went out and he shot a lot of things and someone said to me. That's a very twenty first century attitude and it is because back in that day if you wanted to understand animals you kind of had to kill them and open them up and what made them tick so there was that part of it but then there was also the big game hunting aspect where he just wanted to collect specimens of things. Let's talk about his early. Love Life who he had a childhood friend. Edith when does friendship and and you know romantic longing become a thing Somewhere along the line is certainly seems like that was the case for for Teddy. Yeah they had Or or people posit any way that they had a sort of an early courtship and that he may have even proposed to her and she turned him down. They don't ever really talk about it ever so we don't know for sure if that's what happened. But they do make reference to a fight that they had early on but they find each other later after his first marriage. It's interesting because his sophomore year his father dies. He is just plunged into college now college he goes to Harvard which is not shocking. Does appear to be a very bright man and he as you point out. He read a tremendous amount. A crazy amount like a book day or something he actually had to cram in like a year and a half according to David McCullough anyway normally took people three years to do and then he took his entrance exams and he made it in any performed very well. He performed very very well and he was involved in like a million clubs while he was there too. He was in the Glee Club but he didn't saying he was in the pudding in the. I don't know all the Harvard clubs is also courting the ladies and you know taking nine classes this semester and It's just like a super busy guy and still reading a book day. This is some of the earlier information that we know that makes one wonder somebody who has that big personality clearly. He was known on campus for having super big personality. And as you said super-busy how does the sky managed to do all that he did in the hours? That there aren't a day we already have the first inklings or wondering about whether he had some sort of mood issue that today we would call bipolar disorder. Let's take a quick break here. Be Right back. Text us to receive up to five marking tech sent via automated technology to your number consent not required to purchase message and data rates may apply membership automatically renews. Cancel anytime hi you ever heard of beach body on demand. Hold on a second. Here is your free membership. I'm Carl the CEO of Beach Body. And I just sent a free membership to another customer and I'm giving away ten thousand free memberships a week.

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"glee club" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"glee club" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Is dressed enough to sit in the orchestra. The opera but nothing less than pales sales is acceptable in a box. What's so funny? Oh I don't know just the idea that somehow I don't see you entails it's just not your type my I type is now and just what type young lady do you think I owe sort of loan type in your mouth and no. It's not the tight donning. Maybe we can change the tickets to Arkansas. We'll do nothing. The kind it'll be a bucks or nothing so you don't think I have a full dress everything you have and you haven't we men. Have our secrets decree to remember that big box on the top shelf of the closet. Yes that is my hidden past and my tales. And there's something else that you don't know how I got my pay. The elephant got his trunk by Rudyard kipling. If I didn't know you had him how could I know how you got. What's coming how you did get them days? Well it's a long story. You mean a long tail. Pawns are the lowest form of humor. Well once upon a time while I was in my college Glee Club never told me well. I wasn't in the Glee Club Very Long. Only saying once and that was the beginning and end of my career hello and the first time and the last time I have a war. My full dress suit. What happened have you ever heard of a great singer losing his boss? Well I lost mine. The first timeout. Actually I am the only living singer to lose his boys by popular election. The whole Glee Club voted that I couldn't carry area tune. They wouldn't even let me carry the same. I pipe must be in the other room on the table beside you. Chair over here. It is this pipe has a habit of losing itself guest where you leave it. What are you doing now? Getting a chair to stand on to get my dress suit off the shelf's top up. I think a dress rehearsal is in order for me to look look wearing the suit. Smell like it just came from a muffs funeral it's mas- cancer the curfew tolls the nell pop partying. Moth fittings warm flies quickly way from. Maybe if I were a lot of person would smell like beauty and the beast. How long did you work years? Well goes I'll try them.

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Vernon E. "Copy" Berg III Discuss Growing up Gay

Making Gay History

10:09 min | 1 year ago

Vernon E. "Copy" Berg III Discuss Growing up Gay

"Been thirty years since I started interviewing LGBTQ trailblazers and allies for making can get history book. Not Everyone. I spoke with left a lasting impression. Some of the people I met with faded from memory and didn't come back to life until I listened to the old recordings recordings not so copy Berg in my post interview notes. I wrote quote. I was thoroughly charmed by copy. Actually I was smitten. I vividly remember sitting across from the handsome former navy. Man on a December afternoon in his artist's loft in New York. City's Soho neighborhood. We were warned by what must have been one of the few remaining wood-burning Stoves Manhattan copy was no stranger to be interviewed in the mid-nineteenth seventy he'd been the subject of fierce media scrutiny. That's because he was one of the first people to publicly challenge the military's ban on allowing homosexuals to serve copy was born Verney Berg the third in nineteen fifty one. He got his nickname because he was so much like his father. Navy chaplain Vernon Vernon Burge. Junior copy was the oldest of four a clean cut kid boy scout student body president of his high school member of the Optimist Club Bob and the junior chamber of Commerce he attended the US Naval Academy in Annapolis where he sang in the choir and Glee Club. He was also gay in the the summer of Nineteen Seventy Five the Navy Investigative Service confronted copy about his sexual orientation copy admitted to having had homosexual relationships and offered to resign. But as you'll hear that was just the beginning of the story. I asked copy whether he had a sense when he was growing up but he was different In hindsight I now know that I had a lover when I was in high school at the time he was just my best friend and we were in boy scouts together and we did things at school together and we went everywhere together but that meant sharing a sleeping bag and having sex and at the time my impression of homosexuals was. They were somebody who wanted to be a woman across Dresser And so I knew that we we were having sex but to me it was just play new. You didn't talk about it but you didn't talk about sex at all so David and I had sacks lots of it for almost four years But at the same time I was still dating women I mean David and I would double date with women and dropped the girls off and go home and have sex and so that continue all through high school until my senior year and I got mononucleosis which knocked me out of school for six months and it sorta ended the relationship with David because because by the time I came back to school I was very focused on graduating getting to Annapolis and to do that I had to go off to military boot camp. That was when when you were in I graduated from high school. Nineteen sixty nine and then went to boot camp and sixty nine June of sixty nine while men were walking walking on the moon. I was in boot camp pretty hot political time. Oh yeah there was foment everywhere and you were you aware of what was going on on. Well yes and no I mean. I was living in a military environment. All my friends were military juniors Their parents were career military military people and I went off to Annapolis and yes. We read about peace demonstration in the newspaper and yes. She read about drugs in the newspaper but they were all still considered sittard fringe. Those were the days when we still believe that Richard Nixon was a great guy and he hadn't done anything wrong. There was no sense that the government was against us. The way we know now it was so you could still tell yourself that all right in the White House and And that the fringe groups were wrong when you aware that they were gay rights groups that were part of the fringe are that was no that was beyond my experience. My initial official experiences were mostly the military versus the peace demonstrators. When I was in the academy we were told which is completely against ends policy that we were not allowed to wear the uniforms off base in normal times like now you always appear in uniform whenever you're traveling and military functions or going someplace or even traveling overseas to duty assignments well those days? They didn't even allow us to go off the base in uniform because we were sub subject to violence and at the hands of Demonstrators to use a broad general title title Vietnam was very unpopular. And if you walked down the streets in uniform you were subject to abuse. Having been through that experience agreeance I then graduated from Annapolis and my first duty assignment was in Italy. I was with the NATO forces and I was a an assistant chief of staff device Admiral Turner on the six fleet staff for public relations. What off officers were you? I was an incident at the time I just graduated. Spent a year in the fleet and And that's when things broke How did how did that? How did well no no? I didn't plan on. Its distinction. I I make frequently as I didn't start this People accused me of being disruptive. None of us start these things. Somebody else does but once provoked I responded. How did it happen? How do we don't what was what were your circumstances that Nick? I was right right when I was in Italy. I was called in by the Naval Investigative Service Officer on board the ship. What they what was the base? Like June of Nineteen seventy-five June July and I didn't think anything of it because the guy was a friend of mine worked on other cases is with him involving other people and I thought he wanted to talk to me about one of my men and they said we're here to talk about your homosexuality. I said what homosexuality they said Mr Berg. We're not naive. There's nothing you can say. That will surprise us and they proceeded with what I call the good guy bad guy scenario. Good cop bad cop one. The Guy Screams at you and then he leaves the room and the guy says he's in a bad mood If you'll cooperate things get better. There was actually another person involved at the time. There was this civilian teaching English on board the ship and they had him in another room and Lawrence and I did have a relationship and they would go from room to room and say Mister Gibson has just said this do you deny it and then they would take what I said and go back to him and say Mr Burgas just said this. Do you deny it. So essentially the short form is I gave them a confession. I said that yes I was gay. I'd had sex with these people on these occasions and I guess I never answered the original question and that is why did all of its start. I ended up on a list. Somehow I don't don't know really how the Naval Investigative Service maintains that they had a confidential informant What he had found that was that you were in relationship with another man? No they didn't know that. Actually I went in thinking that I was guilty of that but it turned out that they have my name on a list with many many other names of people at the Naval Academy so it seems that the investigation somehow it started at Annapolis because is the the list that they had when they confronted me was professors and students and officers at Annapolis. Most of whom I didn't know no. They wanted to believe that I knew these people and that I was guilty of colluding with them to They still believe that all of us know each other and that is is is wonderful underground network and we all talk to each other and we all fuck And I was mortified as I'd never been confronted by that kind of tactic I mean now I can tell you a great deal about it because it's so thoroughly predictable but at the time I was pretty buffalo by it Predictable in what sense. But they all all the investigations take on the same characteristics and they always produce the same rationale in the same results On the sexual conspiracy right and the homosexuals enemy theory McCarthy started the whole thing when he said that they were homosexuals in the State Department and then he said they were homosexuals in the army and the whole federal establishment was put on the alert to find homosexuals in fair here at them out and prosecute them. Because at the time a McCarthy you could say a homosexual was a communist and equate the two and everybody believed it and and I think people fail to make the connection with McCarthy I mean most other things have been discredited out of that period but this attitude that the homosexual is an enemy has been maintained at any rate. The list had names of people that I'd heard of but I was so upset by The implication that I'd had sex with all these people I decided the only way to establish credibility in other words to be able to deny what was not true. True was to assert what was which was so I told him yes. I'm gay and I've had sex with these people And then denied the rest of it. What were you thinking about the your relationship with another man given that you were in the military knowing that the military knowing with military's views on this where do you think about it life? I guess I handled it the same way. I handled my relationship in high school. And that was the It wasn't something you talked about. We're very highly closeted closeted. But it wasn't something. I was ashamed of something I enjoyed. And I was happy in

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"glee club" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"glee club" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Craighead says it's all being accomplished with a small hand held device people perform thirty branch in again to really high resistance, you're pretty fatigued and want to be done. But it takes only five minutes to do. It's like getting the benefits of thirty minute runner walk. But in a lot less time. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news. It's twelve twenty one jet. Blue takes down a poster of a convicted murderer that had had included as part of a black history month tribute at New York's Kennedy airport, the airline removed the poster that pays tribute to Assata who last month after finding out that Shakoor is a convicted cop killer Shakoor was convicted of murder in her role in a nineteen Seventy-three shootout that resulted in the death of a New Jersey state troopers. She escaped from prison in nineteen seventy nine and is living in Cuba. Jetblue says the poster was brought from third party. A Harvard University choir group that rejected author w e b two boys when he was a student because he was black. Will celebrate his work through a musical tribute the Harvard glee club performed a concert inspired by divorce tonight at the Ivy league schools, Cambridge campus. Two boys came became the first black student to earn a doctorate from Harvard in eighteen ninety five while they are devoid auditioned for the glee club, but was turned away by the all whites group. A wallet stuffed with cash gone. But now reporter Rachel wolf tells us the Sacramento, California man has gotten it all back. Thanks to a good Samaritan. Bryant drop the wallet at a post office parking lot. Put it all the way back in my pocket when I hopped out he says, the nearly three grand in the wallet was for his house, payments and other bills definitely.

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"glee club" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"glee club" Discussed on WGN Radio

"AM. Steve Grzanich says the opening bell at five Steve Cochran at six for your morning drive on this Wednesday morning, Dan, long filling in for Dan Sughrue, and my guest right now and has been here for a while is Rick who joins us. Periodically to talk about in play sports songs. Thanks for having me everyone. Awesome. And you can check out sports songs dot com and on Facebook dot com slash sports songs. It is Super Bowl weekend coming up in every year before the Super Bowl. Rick is kind enough to come in and play some Super Bowl slash football related sports songs. And that's what we're doing. All right. We're where we who. What we just hear that? That was Mustang. Sally by the Flutie brothers band. Doug flutie? He's the drummer in that band. They put out a couple of CDs in the late nineties. Okay. Now, you gotta Flutie brothers. Okay. All right. What are we got? Why don't we go to track? One forty six legendary pro legendary NFL defensive lineman deacon Jones in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine he put out a record the one side. It was a song called play the game. And the song. We're gonna play the flip side was called love. And a pro he, of course, you may have remembered him from the classic Brady bunch episode where he. Talks about where Peter was in the glee club. But he also was in a group in the in the sixties called the fearsome foursome with Merlin Olsen Lamar Lundy Roger Brown, and they appeared on Ed Sullivan and a lot of the major shows of that era. But this is a song little bit different more of the nine hundred sixty nine eras more of that style a song called love and a pro. Okay, here we go. really like this. This is actually like.

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"glee club" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"glee club" Discussed on KTRH

"If you did not get a chance to hear our national anthem. Sung by the glee club's of West Point. And the naval academy. You missed something special. Okay. All right. All right..

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"glee club" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"glee club" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Standing for our national anthem by the United States military and naval academy glee clubs. That was a moment. Harvey navy game. I don't think anybody does.

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"glee club" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"glee club" Discussed on WLAC

"The navy glee club part of the ceremony in the capital rotunda this evening as dignitaries members of congress and ordinary people line up to pay respects to president George H W Bush whose body will lie in state in the capitol rotunda until his funeral Wednesday. Fox's you'll NATO with more live in DC surrounded by lawmakers from around the nation. The body of president George H W Bush lying in state top Republican leaders praising the former president like house speaker Paul Ryan, no one better harmonize, the joy of life. And the duty of life. Vice President Mike Pence also on hand calling the forty first president a great leader. And a good, man. The person's flag flag-draped coffin will soon be taken to the National Cathedral to be eulogized by his son. Former President George W Bush as well as small friends like former Senator Alan Simpson. A family funeral to be held Thursday in Texas. Lisa jail. He may have only been president for one term but president George H W Bush was seen as a champion of foreign policy. One of the biggest foreign policy accomplishments, George H W Bush as president was the peaceful end of the Cold War. But this background in politics diplomacy military intelligence and vice president there's probably no one better equipped for the job analysts. Now point out the president had a plan all they talked about the winds of change Yasser talked about helping people help themselves former Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev we happen to work together. In years of great changes. The result was the end of the Cold War. And the nuclear arms race, he was a genuine partner. Fox's Greg palkot in London trying to get back to normal the northern California after the campfire devastated. The town of paradise schoolchildren beginning to return to class in other buildings..

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"glee club" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"glee club" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Board certified forensic neuro pathology they've been studying CTE, you were Merrill. You're one of the first people that were we're going through cognitive testing with the NFL back in the early nineties. There's one part of this the plot to destroy football. Plot is a pretty heavy word. Is it a plot to destroy football? If you look at just give you one one example, we were just talking about how you can have some type of head trauma. We joke about my son Simpson a shower. Okay, thanksgiving, I watch a seven year old crawling her coffee table and try to get out too soon foam cracks head cut his head open. So you can have car accident will sports across the board. The legislation in California to banned tackle football, tell age fourteen now you can still box at AJ MMA by today. Jay, you can play soccer lacrosse every other context for why would you just single out football in five different states? There's no scientific evidence whatsoever. The contact sports are contact activities will sports jumping on trampolines having pillow fights being kid living life being active has ever craw. Cause a development issues in our younger age later in life. There's no scientific evidence of that. They have none of that. So why would you target this that why would you bring that legislation to any state with no scientific evidence whatsoever? And if you really say, well, we're care about kids. Why are you doing it for all sports, especially boxing, boxing? I mean, it's so clear that you're getting punched in the face. That's the point. In the head, and yeah, so not their low knockout. Hello. And then the inbox and they do the right thing. And they remove him. Don't let them box again cable case what when you don't have that is the objective. They're like all of that is exclude you have to ask the people. What are you doing? What's your purpose? What's the motivation there because I mean, I think part of it, you know, they took football gets targeted because science health food reporting is worse than even we could political bias in reporting all the time, but the science and health reporting is worse. I think the media's terrible doing this. And so I think because it's you know, there's a Will Smith movie out there in now. I mean, there's all this. Zeitgeist it's over. And that's why is that why football's target is there? Some other reason why they think this. We've done some interviews with the media, and we talk we have this conversation. Okay. Listen, why why did he bring people keep wanting to bring back the NFL keep circling back the NFL I didn't write the book for the NFL has nothing to do about the NFL then my careers intertwined there. And I can tell you the truth about everything, and they would literally say to us because it's the big ticket. So all of the true facts that you're sending to the people who read you or lists read your stuff or listen to you, forget giving them all the truth. And all the information you're gonna circle keep targeting football. Because it's the big ticket. I mean to me that's just a grotesque abuse of your journalistic. I am lack of skill. It's it's it's also a misread. I think of of who people really are. Yes. The NFL is an interesting story. But are you going to play are you gonna let your kids play football? Yes. Or no is something that all of us have to deal with whether that football player that football player have CTE and their life and never been screwed by somebody in the NFL this not affecting me. But I know in my family, are we gonna let are we gonna let our son play football your family play football. That's something. We all deal with right? Well, you'll filled with it too. Right. And I wanna tell you this people ask me that. Like. Surprised at what you found where I went on the journey because not win on there with. A headline, but I have great connections relationship. I was it didn't make sense to me the numbers don't add up. I played in the NFL go to NFL alumni events. All the time. There's hundreds of NFL former NFL players in their sixty seventy eighty we had three pass away here in the last month late eighties early nineties play back in the fifties. Sixties when you couldn't even drink water your soft plastic helmets? And so the quest to find out really the truth of it. I was actually more shocked than I thought that how uncertain they were with everything in all these cases that existed outside of sports. But did Mike me think is asked the following question. If I'd have found out the opposite had I found out the opposite outta pulled my son out of football. Immediately had ripped him out of football that second. If I really thought this had anything to do with it because you're putting even more than your money where your children now. Right. And you're doing the same thing. That's why we got you as a doctor into this. Right. And I same thing if I had felt for one second that there was enough information there to keep my kids from playing football. It'd be screaming this from a top of a mountain, you know, but I found the opposite Merrill touched on an interesting point of his NFL alumni friends. There have been a number of studies. San from some big universities like mayo in Vanderbilt that have followed football players for fifty years after high school careers and hundreds of them and found that they don't have any increased risk of dementia Parkinson's disease. A LS any of these things we think you're going to get from playing football. They did find they compared him to to athletes that didn't play football. And they also compare them to band. Members and members of glee club. I think the highest rate of dementia was actually in the clarinet player that makes sense though. The.

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"glee club" Discussed on Nerdificent

Nerdificent

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"glee club" Discussed on Nerdificent

"Doug Jones is he's motion acting and that physical kind of acting is something different. He's a master of it and again, can't stress enough. He was MEC tonight. Yes, that's yeah. No, he was so good in it because he was doing things in a hush with his hands then would freak me out the way he would. Oh, man. Well, he's just he's so he's hall in Findlay and he can move I assuming every joint in his body anyway that he wants to, oh, Lord. So how's APN? He's done a lot of stuff. Hush was nominated for an EMMY, which is fascinating because there was only seventeen minutes of actual dialogue in it in a forty four minute episode and you're right, Neil. That joss basically said that he wanted to challenge himself because he knew that it would literally. He said, I knew that I would literally have to tell the story only visually, and that would mean I couldn't fall back on tricks. I wanted to do something harder. Yeah, like dialogue, which is very much something that he's known for. Yeah, moving onto our other big one is the body. I know that you like this law, it's really popular. Yes. So the body is an episode that takes place in season five. This is the episode where buff he's mom, Joyce passes away and Joyce. It actually said because she started taking more of a smaller role once Buffy went into college as which is appropriate because she was living in the dorms. It'd be weird for mom was an. Episode every says, she said, I wanna take step back and just said, you can't leave yet because I'm going to kill you. And Joyce had been battling with cancer the entire season. She had just gone on a really great date. Buffy had just had a really bad time. I believe the episode that came before that was the one where there was a really crappy robot, but it was a really creepy weird episode. And so she came home and there were these big, beautiful flowers, and her mom is dead on the sofa. And so there isn't. You know, this is another one where it's people dealing with this in real time. It's not about slaying the demon. It's about human emotion, right? And there's not a lot of music used in this episode or a lot of like background soundtrack at all. It's mostly about the actors and it's shot very differently yet. Didn't he get EMMY at least a nam for this episode Rob's, I think that. All of these are the ones that that just love. Yes. And the next one was once more with feeling which was my friends like favorite episode nuns going top, hush, man. And this is definitely when you could tell just to bounce back to what Danielle said they were bored, they're like, all right, let's do a musical episode and it started a series of people doing musical episodes after that you started seeing that being something that could be more common. So the idea with and this is the opposite of how, whereas with hush, it's like, well, what do we say when we can't say anything? Whereas with a musical in, it's always been the thing about musicals is. The reason the idea that a song starts in a musical because your emotion is so big, the only way you can express it by singing. And so that's what this was. And this was during a period where you know Buffy friends found out, you know that she had just went through a really hard time that they didn't know that she had known about. She starts really digging into one of her biggest vices of the season, which was banging spike and or at least making out with his face and the songs in this really fun, the really catchy you can find this probably depending on what size of your city there is probably a once a month, hush singalong. Karaoke thing. Joss has always said that he's really disappointed. You mean once more with feeling? Yeah. What's worth feeling sorry? Yeah, there's usually a once more with feeling sing along and Justice. Always that he's really disappointed that none of them became pop crossover hits. It's like, oh, sir. Like I love, I may dampers more of any members of glee club. So yeah, and Sarah, Michelle, Gellar was offered recording contracts, and she was like, this is off. I don't say that hasn't stopped some other people..

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"glee club" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"glee club" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"So don't accept her as she is is what you're saying i mean you can have any color of model to you want as long as you want black right right actually a friend from college his mom would always say when they go to a store she'd say you can have anything you want as long as it's a book okay so then he also told us that most is this this is such a bad data science said most teens will grow out of being gay you know how i know that because the percent of adult women who are gay is one to two percent the the percent of teenagers who identify as gay is fifteen percent and i'm just sitting there waiting and i'm like please don't make me do this but so what else did it said we'll hang on i could see someone saying will maybe that's because the younger generation has grown up in a world where being gay is more accepted yes so and he was like yeah i mean they could say that but like we all know kids grow out of their their faces oh thank you really useful any said in many high schools it's very chic to be gay too there you go how your i love that explanation they're rebelling against their parents right yeah i decided to choose my sexuality so i can get back at my dad or oh really popular right now look at all these kids in the glee club.

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"glee club" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"glee club" Discussed on RobinLynne

"And they are breaking away from the glee clubs and lots of even the first i went to high school about four groups don't care hit record only radio everybody was trying to do the same home on the street go down and hohmann go in the bathroom at school killing each other right right and you could walk down there and will be cooking smell cooking been down in washington jesse turks pig all these tv playing on the radio record players in in whole family would be they wouldn't be out in the street looking for friendship companion family ship beans to give also also central avenue was the central gathering point for black people at that time wasn't it with the nightclubs no will gather for white full committee they had all black best back in the world plan down cliffs black club with the major ones i came you on the cutting guy here i didn't i never went down there'd be two two but people that when i grew up and started hiring musicians i had to hide all the guys that was used to work down there and and they they used used to to sit sit up up after the gig i said the car night's four five clock in the morning until stories about what happened down there we had a black and the blackouts getting all the best and people in beverly hill they weren't the real thing at their parties and they will hide like musician.

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"glee club" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"glee club" Discussed on KOMO

"The boy's glee club there approving taylor oppose a really big cultural phenomenon and gala so for your tells npr's she's been singing and mixed groups around campus had wanted to become a pouf for a very specific reason i always had really enjoy the music are there wasn't hosts and our as as well as the opportunity is there wherever will by joining the group they have traditionally taken a year off to travel the whole world and they really does have a level of of resources on the opportunity that none of the other groups have been able to access a big change on the yell campus both the previously allmale with an poop sen previously allfemale wim and rhythm group decided before auditions this year the both become all gender choruses i think one of the things that are really important to understand is that it really is about music and the repertoire and the reality is that the upper tenor parts will actually be higher than they would so they're ranges of the notes are actually pre similar to what an ultimatum singing and a different group as proven when the group appeared on television competition show the singh that's not just the newest but also one of the first female members of the group sofia is going to have to learn the standards like the group's traditional closing song titled gentleman song srs off on a spree i i will be here i don't know exactly what will decide about the words but i'll definitely be seen the closing song no doubt her voice with the rest within poop says the historic group sets out on a new track offering opportunities to all good singers you can have so coups have you brian calvert your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news here's your kobyl propel insurance money update front of abc news wall street now stocks moved slightly higher after a twoday losing streak by the nasdaq closing down for the fourth straight day the dow jones ended the day up one hundred and sixty four points the sp rose sued the nasdaq is down aides airbag maker takata has reached the six hundred fifty milliondollar settlement with four state governments and washington d c but the states have agreed not to collect so victims of to qatar's faulty air bags get larger settlements you as mortgage.

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"glee club" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"glee club" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Know i don't i know promptness fraternities already whatever but he dropped the bomb you're in the honor club which i believe zlatoust above glee club oppressor same thing gloom emily some above them then but it was just it was just an honor the i don't know i don't know i didn't do a lot with it i don't talk about it because it's one shot about it are you bear sierra club is your us earn up part of honor squad no behaving absolutely explain it and it's just like cool so like a deal in radio oh i still ended up in the same spied why are gonna go to my brother four point of four point high school got a four point out at the advance place a medical school michigan state and is now a medical doctor super smart right he's not a dark why is that the eu being an honest what makes you a nerd you said that while you think it is i just don't talk about excitement really want to talk about because of a pillow nor without are now thin no you're not part of like ed you're not part of like a alpe beta kappel or something you have a house or anything like that it's a it's as the fight is like a a group you deci like meat and in the library and has a play magic cards carter no i don't remember like which is conical but we're eating a lot about it i just remember being part of it and being recognised you got like awards and medals and things like that but why are you mirrors you should only if you're smart and you're in a cool club of honored swab people should be proud of it don't be embarrassed i mean it's just whatever this is the lie that i don't talk about because i don't like to i just like i don't like dropping the i don't like bright it turns into that you're you're you're you're fire not a bragar i will give you that you're a nerd and i don't have been in the squad uh but you ought to bragar um so i just i don't i just don't talk about it much and i also like i'm a total gig like i gave big time i got love coding i love website i love all of that kind of.

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