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Growing Up In Style: "Patterns of the Past" by Susan Choi
"I'm here to introduce a series of original essays titled growing up in style writers on discovering fashion in america in this one the novelist susan choi author of the national book award winning novel trust. Exercises writes about her love of fabric patterns as a child in south bend indiana here susan reading her essay patterns of the past. I hope you enjoy. Historians of fashion seem to agree that by the time i was born in nineteen sixty nine. The son was already setting on the golden age of sewing. But there were few signs of this decline where i was growing up in south. Bend indiana my mother like so many mothers owned a sewing machine and knew how to use it how this come to be. I asked her recently. She gave a verbal shots over the phone from houston where she lives. Now if you read the directions and follow the pattern it would come out all right. She recalled she didn't even remember perhaps because they were as ordinary to her as grocery shopping. Our trips to the fabric store. Oh the fabric store. Even now decades later when google those words and look at the photos my heart thumps with desire to be clear. These are not photos. A fabric for sale online but photos of the interiors of actual physical places where one goes to touch bolts of fabric cards of rick rack buttons buttoned to a stiff cardboard backing or tumbling loose in a jar dispenser displays of threat arranged by color the spools curved surfaces gleaming like candy and every kind of beautiful ribbon in every color and texture and pattern the fabric store. Unlike the grocery store made me hungry the for. What exactly wasn't clear at the time. It was something much larger and much less defined than the outfits. My mother would make me from the items. We chose the fabrics and notions and trim but the outfits i loved with my whole heart and remember as clearly as if they still hung in my closet. The ruffled pinafore made from a white on white print of tiny flowers trimmed with red rick rack and finished with the application juicy. Strawberries on the bib. The shirtdress of multicolored cotton printed with patterns resemble embroidery the truly glamorous halter dress with a triple tiered skirt of pastel. Blue pastel pink. Pastel yellow says my mother now in her eighties on the other end of the phone. I lovingly describe her creations. She is impressed. I remember so while she has zero memory of sowing the any of these things though she does remember making herself address with extremely big sleeves. They were in style that year. She says she wore it a few times and decided the sleeves looked so stupid that she tore them off and wore. The dress sleeveless the fact that unlike me my mother is white exceedingly pale small boned blue eyed and with the cheekbones of film star both oppressed me throughout my childhood. And lay somehow outside of thought even to articulate it now feels uncomfortable but the facts were and remain that my pale blue eyed mother never matched my black haired brown eyed dark skinned self always far darker as a child than i ever get now because i was outside all summer. In an era before sunscreen in elementary school in indiana. I was cast as the lone indian in the thanksgiving play more. Generally i was constantly looked at especially or at least so it seemed to me when standing next to my mother. We didn't match. I harbored a fantasy fearful half escapist that i would turn out who've been adopted from some faraway land. Even my father who really was from a faraway land only explained my appearance without removing. My anomalous miss. He was to novelists himself ends that hunger. I felt at the fabric store. Larger than any one outfit could satisfy for the choosing of the fabric and the notions and the trim was always secondary to the choice of the pattern and the choice of the pattern was never i understand. Now about the pattern it south. It was about the girls the winsome the willowy and the overwhelmingly with token exceptions white girls who modeled the pinafores and shirt dresses and halters the tiered skirts and even the full body. Pajama like halloween costumes. On the outside of the rectangle envelopes housing the patterns. Remember those remember how they were often filed in boxes so that your fingers walked through them as they would later walk through. Lp's at the record store. When i think of patterns my mind says butterick. And i bet that the majority of the close my mother made me were from patterns put out not by simplicity or mccall's but by the butterick company which also produced vogue patterns having licensed the name from conde nast bruising those patterns of my past online where especially at sea they abound as if the golden age of sewing never ended. I have to wonder if i always chose butterick patterns on the strength of the package illustrations alone. The simplicity girls are oddly wooden and slightly mis proportioned the mccalls girls look like cartoons but the butterick girls still quicken my heart. I recognize my secret childhood. Self that lanky limb d- flush cheeked auburn-haired spirited white girl. I was deluded enough to imagine. I might be twin sister to anne of green gables. No less than two miniature area clock recognizing that hopeless longing to be entirely unlike myself delicately white as affirmed by one hundred percent of my world is a part of moving past it and perhaps even a part of reclaiming those buttons and bows those bullets at every possible fabric delicious all on their own after concluding online photos that it might well be the store of my childhood. I called stitch in time in south bend but it had only opened in nineteen ninety. Three there was a fabric store back then an ireland road by the old scottsdale mall. The woman who answered stitch in times phone told me. When i explained where i lived fashion fabrics that turned out had opened in nineteen seventy one just in time for my first toddler outfits and closed just under two decades later having withstood. Even the machine made onslaught of gloria vanderbilt. I know about that story. Because i worked there. The stitch in time woman went on. But before i could exclaim that maybe she'd helped me choose buttons or ribbons. She politely ended the call. An actual customer having arrived looking. I imagine for the modest but real transformation that a pattern and some fabric can provide.
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"There you go girl. that's a scene she's most remembered from Sylvia miles I remember her from an anti war whole film he made a movie called heat I think nineteen seventy around that time which was a parity in underground parity and I'll use that word strongly in underground parity of Sunset Boulevard with a Sylvia miles playing the cooler than the yeah exactly. the Norman Desmond or whatever right yeah and. the funny movie and she was a great actress maybe didn't make as many movies as she should've but very memorable in the films that she made such as midnight cowboy she was in a Burt Reynolds movie called the man who loves cats dancing and those that could double meaning yeah that's her character name I get it and the phrase cap dancing was a term for. white men in the west who interacted with Indian women I see thank you for that explanation no part in show Sylvia miles lent itself well to that kind of role she did she did yeah what's next. we're also in June at double check these months and if you are a good dresser and you like to always look nice and stylish and fashionable then undoubtedly you would now Gloria Vanderbilt and that's so we lost on June seventeenth socialite fashion designer. Gloria Vanderbilt she was born into a famous family but she was determined to define every chapter of her life Gloria Vanderbilt was born into the famous Vanderbilt family the great great granddaughter of railroading shipping tycoon Commodore Cornelius.
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Cooper are notoriously said that his mother you know back in the day I was never going to leave her any money Gloria Vanderbilt yeah I'll give him any money on so it's not true I guess she did leave some money so Cooper's brother got Vanderbilt's mid town Manhattan Khalaf which is valued at one point two million dollars while Anderson was left all the rest of her state probate documents reveal that it was valued at less than one point five million which is pretty crazy because she's a Vanderbilt and if you're thinking of slow it's worth noting their families fortune has really faded over the years partially due to their generous charitable donations they give so much money away but also just plain spending but the inheritance is more than Cooper expected to get since he was told by his mom his whole life is there is no trust fund for yourself pretty cool if I were that good if I am mad bags I think I would tell my kids and I get the Jack because otherwise what what no yeah right what's your motivation I work at bad bad then I would I would say look I'll pay for whatever college you can get into if I am and bags so so like get it together get into a good school of pay for it and then you're on your own you're done goal and make your money and then and then if they accomplish something great if they don't fine but then when I'm dead then they get money and they know what's coming so they make up their life with that whatever they can that's how they get their own bags that's why we say yeah I'd gold son gets arrested for junior home back really well all right Danny I'm down with that and then I'd say go more second my god yeah right from they said plastics are has anyone sixty million dollars a sixty million yeah normally slot machine that was and there's video that goes with that also candle John R. A.'s the bottle cap talent on a jet ski.
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Might be playing Elvis Presley and his upcoming is a buyout Baker biopic biopic myopic will tell you the front runners are beautiful man I wonder how he's going to play chunky all the stuff no he's going to get the job Honduras on the way in minutes not John Waite from back in the eighties the sums call missing you it's part of ninety seven point one wash FM is for right every time close from way back through today DC's ninety seven point one wash FM the Hollywood for a look at your show biz buzz tell me tell me in the morning at ninety seven point one wash FM here's what's going on Anderson Cooper got richer you know as a lot of people did expect he inherited most of his mom Gloria Vanderbilt state after she passed away which has been estimated to be worth like two hundred million dollars now in the past and in interviews Anderson has said repeatedly that he never expected to inherit his mother's fortune and that was because he said it would suck the ambition.
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Mean it's not a movie I go to the theater to see I venture thing I like all that was a cute movie yeah night at the museum yes yeah for sure Anderson Cooper's mother Gloria Vanderbilt left most of her two hundred million dollar fortune to him even though he's already worth a hundred and ten million on his own I thought she wasn't I thought we read stories that he wasn't going to inherit well he previously said that he didn't expect to get any of her state while as he doesn't believe in inheriting money but she believed in giving it to them so I believe in it I'd loosely do so come on now we think the money was going though there yes no if we said that he's talked about how we were he was raised to not expected inheritance yeah that's true and that he you know that for awhile and you know yeah yeah work it all right sixty five it because you're worth three sixty that's a loser you can buy more honor after my talk with a seven one dot com I just did some dirt thank you I talked to alert at the top of every hour and eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty on my top one of seven one I wonder you good morning it's not us your recent Alexis in the morning and Bradley trainer that's Alexis Thompson don McLean it is just after five minutes past the seven o'clock hour this Tuesday July second good morning biggest story of the world the last well the week really is this news that Taylor swift is not amused.
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"An ice pack taped. Ride. He. Irregular. Maybe whatever they told him to would be total bitch. Shame. Shame actually my ringtone. Love is low. For that love. Got a question now Ryan on your on your. All your social media stuff. Yeah. You're at a party with people that were dressed up. Uh-huh. What kind of a theme of that? It was Gatsby. Okay. Okay. Now, I saw the great gas made a movie. Yeah. And no time that I see a vest. That was worn over the collar very unique. Look, you're Rockin that somebody suggests that or was that a fashion faux paw. Actually would say that picture that was taken years, actually, a couple of hours into nausea, raping apple. Oh now strange, right. The attempt yet a collar. It's gotta come out kit. Yeah. I mean, I'm not, you know, Gloria Vanderbilt another like that she day I. Chest airfli- Ryan burrow, you're high talent. You gotta let people see that chest. Okay. Figaro. Take it in trying to help you man. What did you do to get this chain link fence, this rainbow chain link fence around your, and your dad? Why mardi gras? You gotta show you boobs. Right, right, right, right. Same rules apply. He's gotta serve the do serve the do. That's what they say. And how is that done all on one? All that love is love right? Seventy seven five seven nine one zero two thousand eight hundred seventy seven two five. Seriously heard pride weekend was amazing from a lot of people, but I heard. Do crowds, though? So black, why I'm not going. I don't like. I don't like crowds. I don't mind crowds, but I don't do one hundred degree heat index. Absolutely not with a crowd of people from afar. Oh man. I love him up.
Anderson Cooper gives touching tribute to his late mother during first show back
"Really interesting quote from Anderson Cooper, he's always been content to make his own money and the fifty two year old journalist, mother artist and heiress Gloria Vanderbilt she died on Monday after battle with stomach cancer. But although Vanderbilt was very wealthy Cooper made it clear in a twenty fourteen interview with Howard Stern that his mother was not leaving him anything. No trust fund nothing. Here's a clip of Anderson talking to Howard, and Robin about it. It's a under a minute. A multimillionaire and my multimillionaires. Oh, I don't know. Like, I don't know what's in my savings account. But. Lot. You know, there's no viz no inherited. What your mother inherited money? Why? Herod mont. I don't believe in inheriting money. Well, hold it not going to leave. One hundred million dollars. She first of all, that's. Million dollars. That's not gonna happen. But you mean it's not going to my mom's made clear to me that no my mom's made clear to me that, like, that's there's no there's no trust fund. There's none of that. But why, why is I just don't I think it's a I think initiative sucker. I think it's a curse. What's, what people beyond who's like inherited a lot of money that has gone on to do things in their life. If I grow from the time I was growing up if I felt that there was some like potty, gold waiting for me. I don't know that I would been so motivated and. Who's going to be going to be on TV tomorrow night yelling about reparations and how great they are Anderson Cooper. Hm. Harassed that you were going to respect is the. Can give people shit. They leave a little motivation. Seemed for sting, you get. It's not just big lumps of money, little pieces of money. Slow people's role was well, that's good that he gets that well, and it get it for other people and he gets it for him. He worded at was such that she that mom made that decision in he has come to terms with it. Well, he may have been dancing around it a little bit, which is I like like, are you multi-millionaire? I haven't checked my account. Know you are you're not. I'm houses you profit were guessing. Yes. But okay. It's not popular. Talk about having money.
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Of her sons Cooper's. Brother Carter Cooper nine thousand nine hundred eighty was only twenty three years old, the heiress Gloria Vanderbilt to became an artist and jeans designer dead at the age of ninety five the United Nations said Monday that the world's population is growing at a slower rate and is also getting older, but it's still expected to increase. From the current seven point seven billion to nine point seven billion the twenty-fifty the projections from the US department of economic and social affairs. Population division says that nine countries will be responsible for more than half the projected population growth between now and two thousand and fifty. This is the News Radio twenty four seven at daily rewind with Ron Saint Pierre sponsored by all Harris senior care services. Let's get something clear you may be competing to be the next account executive at heart media, but this is not a TV show. There's no turning chairs. No, save rounds. No snarky British guys, we don't even need this dramatic music. But this is a fierce competition, where thinking on your feet, and your ability to sell can earn you a spot in the country's largest, multimedia and marketing company, I heart media. If you're up to the challenge, go to calm rock with us, DC dot com. That's come rock with us. DC dot com. Bluecross blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare, no matter who you are or where you live. That's why in every state are companies are working to improve health and expand access to care from training..
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Well known in the seventies, for marketing lines of cosmetics, fashions. Of course, her Gloria Vanderbilt blue jeans. She was married four times divorced, three times at once. She leaves behind four sons including Anderson Cooper. Yeah, I always think about those parents who basically watched or son, commit suicide jumping out of the window, there Manhattan high rise. I think, really the story I think I think the story is max paddock and look it up. Anderson's Anderson Cooper. Brother kill themselves. He killed himself, probably mid twenties. He I think the story goes that she sort of like walked in, and he was like leaning against the balcony, railing or something. And she was he was like, mom. Don't come closer. And he, he was, like, what are you doing? Don't do it. You know. And he was like, and he just went over. Jeez. Like I think he did it in front of her. And then you think about that stuff. He was twenty three. Jumped off the fourteenth floor. See everyone always worried at what's everyone with the fuck and money all the time like these people, I do you know. Money, make you happy. Like we've said before, sometimes it's quite the opposite, like he's rich and he says, he's still has all these problems. There's not like, oh, I had money be free of all my problems. Like, no, you have all the money and yourself tons of problems. He went, I think he went fr, I think he did it in front of her or while she was at least at home in the apartment. And when at twenty three and so- fee one at twenty three I mean she must have been fifty at the time or maybe she was forty eight or I don't know how old she was..
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Nineteen to twenty three welcome back everybody. Jason and Alexis. Each school drop-out then at that time. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You don't do do not want me, cutting or bleaching or doing anything you're follows waxing or. Go. Great friends. She was BSD. Hey, what's up? ISD. It's called big sexy door. Two. Jason lex and dawn McClain, six five. We're gonna shut her mouth here because, you know, it's rare that we play very, very long clips. But we do it and you guys trust us. We do it when we think you guys will enjoy it. And when it's necessary this is a mix of both guys her Gloria Vanderbilt passed away at the age of ninety five and I want to speak to the young out there before we roll this, because Alexis watched it lexin. I were psychically connected lot yesterday. I'm not joking. You must have watched this, lex. Yeah. Basically, at the same moment, I did across the metro because you put it in our run down the as I was getting ready to type it it was very. Yeah. And I was boo Hoo. And I was tearing up a little bit anyway, young. I wanna talk to you for a second don't turn away because if you know nothing about Gloria Vanderbilt. This. You're gonna find out what a fascinating woman. She was right. Well, surprised by somebody family tax? And while he really goes into the history of it, what a trail blazer artists, fashion designer heiress and interesting Cooper's, mom. Yeah. This is CNN breaking into programming. And then Anderson Cooper, who obviously bless his heart wrote this himself wrote this package himself practice put his voice on it, and you can tell at the end he came back in to put the very end on it, you can tell there's a change in voice, but we're gonna roll this in its entirety because my goodness, mytalkers, this is fascinating. Here's Anderson Cooper..
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on Z104
"Remember growing up and all the moms, wearing Gloria Vanderbilt jeans. That was the thing to do that. Kind of like the designer Jean craze started with Gloria Vanderbilt, I still remember hearing in those commercials. We have Gloria Vanderbilt jeans on sale now at Macy's or Hudson's or whatever so yeah. And the energy. And of course, your son is interesting Cooper. So he had to do like a eulogy on CNN I think he'd prerecorded at but still outside of that you got to do the eulogy report. But at least you get to tell her story in your words. Kate, you all. Two. Nine. Maybe. Who does? Strange. Six on the morning zoo, welcome to Tuesday. Everybody today, we get another hot day, high of around ninety, but expect a little bit of rain this afternoon. High of around our said ninety eighty six tomorrow where it seventy six right now. The rain came out of nowhere last night. The sky was scary, and then it wasn't scary thunder thunder is that all about coming up this morning for you on the show? If you missed war of the roses yesterday to tell you that it was perfectly normal for the I ninety five percent of war of the roses. And then something happened at the very end. What? Confuse all of us you're going to get here coming up around seven oh, five this morning so but an hour from now. We'll get that on for you also we're going to address what is either the big new Facebook hoax slash urban legend. Or if it's true, something crazy and crooked is going down, and it's going down here in Hampton roads. You have probably seen this post on Facebook and gone. Now that's one of those stories, it's not real. But now we're starting to think maybe it is it's happening to like real people that we know Taylor swift fans. We're giving away basically Taylor swift next week. Like in a big way. We'll give you details on that. Plus in about twenty minutes. Ashley's got E Z will run down the MTV movie and TV awards everything you miss there were some moments where I was like, oh, my God did that really happy, speaking to that really does Luke p understand how the bachelorette works here tonight. Doesn't make sense. I go home.
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on Z104
"Go kiss me on a block a moot. Samba seven fifty Utah snow in the front. Dumbo. Strip club. It's not. Monda. Last car Prescott touchdown on his. Alone. Got him saying. Six to on this morning too. So kind of big news yesterday fashion designer Gloria Vanderbilt passed away after a battle with stomach cancer. She was ninety five years old. I remember growing up and all the moms, wearing Gloria Vanderbilt jeans. That was the thing to do that. Kind of like the designer Jean craze started with Gloria.
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Village at of Wilmington, rather. And so the boys identity that didn't initially release it. He they say he's gonna make a full recovery that the type of short trying to figure this out. But it's the third, this is the third has hacked that we've seen, and it's a little scary, my family, I couldn't go. But my family cousins, etc. Have rented a place off the North Carolina coast. And of course, they're thinking it's kids so kids are going to be in the water. And you know, this is a very strange unusual thing. And it's. Pattern at the sharks swimming also those waters. And of course, they're launching all kinds of theories out there about it. The weather and the migration patterns and what not and I mentioned this previous hour, but we're talk to someone who survived a shark bite nip. But bled and was taken a hospital on the I wanna say it was on the heel and what they're seeing in the waters, and what some people are saying about it, so interesting. Certainly interesting times in, in North Carolina. So beautiful. But boy, I have spent a lot of time on the North Carolina coast. And I did you know that has to be planted in some people's minds? And they're saying, listen, this is an anomaly, it's still safe to this shark bites were pretty in areas. Not too far away from each other. The other one was a little bit further up the coast, but still there in North Carolina. Throw this out at the top two Gloria Vanderbilt of the famous Vanderbilt's dead at the age of ninety five some of you may know Anderson Cooper from CNN fame. He was the son of is the son of Gloria Vanderbilt and he she died. He had stomach cancer. Ninety five is a long time to live. And certainly she made headlines for all kinds of things including jeans, and other things that happened with the, the family, but that's a long life, ninety five years old for glory of. Vanderbilt Toronto by her family and her friends. I mentioned I'm in New York. And some of you have asked me about, why are you in New York? And I'm in New York this time around, because I'm doing a multi view. That's the name of the company panel and talking about dealing your own destiny. So leveraging media in what is the landscape look like between radio and television and newspapers. And some of the other ways people are leveraging what they do pretty fascinating stuff. I have to say, and it's always interesting to me to see what corporations are doing messaging, and how do you how do you get it out there? How do you talk to people because we're embargoed by messages that, right? All day long. I hear that from many of you and I also got a question. I'm going to throw this out at the top to we do this popular thing every year called nail the score and rest assured. We are doing nail the score again but it's not happening in the preseason. It has. Happens once the regular season in the NFL kicks off. And by my calculations and I hope I'm right by this, you know, here we are getting deeper into June training camps, eventually, you're going to open up here, but the regular season is inserting for a while. So you just have to cool your jets, but we will get into that contests. Don't you worry sooner rather than than later? Let's put it into those put it that way, are you coming up on the show? Like I said, what are we talking about road tripping? How many adults plan on taking a road trip? Do you remember some of your road trips? I threw this out a couple of weeks ago and got some really interesting. Let's say got some really interesting emails back for many of you and some even reminiscing about those Chevy Chase movies member vacation. And of.
Trump, Middle East And Iran discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Trump is sending one thousand troops to the Middle East as administration offers new evidence to bolster the case against Iran after last week's attack onto oil tankers seen as Barbara Starr, just reported that one US official says that apply will include intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance aircraft and missile defense for force
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on KOMO
"Cellphone video case of to Phoenix police officers accused of excessive force drawing their guns and uttering profanity laced commands on a black family of four when their four year old girl was accused of shoplifting. A toy from a store, the father on aims, who's been who is seen on those videos having his leg kicked out from under him. Then are not fit to be policing. Just like any other job. Everyone's held accountable, and those aren't being held accountable at all and internal investigation is underway aims and his fiancee, say they do not accept the apologies of the police, chief and mayor of Phoenix and are bringing a ten million dollars. Civil rights lawsuit. Aris artists romantic Gloria Vanderbilt passed away, Monday at the age of ninety five ABC's Bill deal with her story born into wealth. The poor little rich girl during a headline grabbing nineteen thirties custody. Fight Gloria Vanderbilt grew up in the spotlight. Inspire the nineteen eighty-two miniseries little, Gloria happy. At last Vanderbilt was an artist occasional actress fashion designer who could forget those designer Gloria Vanderbilt jeans in two thousand sixteen Gloria Vanderbilt released a book co authored with her broadcaster, son Anderson Cooper, the rainbow comes and goes a mother and son on life, love and loss, deal, ABC news. This is ABC news. Komo news time nine oh. Four we check traffic.
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"In other news Gloria Vanderbilt who built a fashion empire has died. She was ninety five years old, her death confirmed on TV by her son. Anderson Cooper on CNN. You're listening to USA radio
Gloria Vanderbilt, Heiress, Designer, and Artist, Dies at 95
"In other news Gloria Vanderbilt who built a fashion empire has died. She was ninety five years old, her death confirmed on TV by her son. Anderson Cooper on CNN. You're listening to USA radio
Remembering Gloria Vanderbilt, heiress and designer
"A noted fashion icon and socialite has died c._b._s. news deborah rodriguez looks back at the life of gloria vanderbilt when gloria vanderbilt was a child newspapers called her the poor little rich girl because the heiress was at the center of a lurid child custody battle between her mother and her aunt adult she'd be famous for four marriages while her memoirs detailed flings with the likes of marlon brando and frank sinatra not content to be just a socialite vanderbilt had careers as an actress artist and designer she even appeared in commercials for products bearing her name use stretch denim jeans and in recent years she'd be known as the mother of c._n._n. journalist anderson cooper deborah rodriguez
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on KGO 810
"Thompson. K. G. O eight ten. Subsidize some ten thirty on cagey away, ten good morning. I'm Brett burkhart. The search is on for a freeway shooter in the East Bay officers looking for the driver of a white vehicle who shot another driver in the head inside the call the tunnel last night. Police say it happened shortly before eight on westbound twenty four there was a passenger in the vehicle, who was not injured the driver. We're learning this morning is expected to survive. Officers are calling the shooting an isolated incident. And they say there is no further danger to the public, all eyes on a courtroom in Oakland, one of the two defendants in the ghost ship trials expected to testify today. Max Harris faces thirty six counts of involuntary manslaughter charges along with Derek all effort that thirty six people who died when fire broke out during a concert in December two thousand sixteen. I'll MENA was the mouse, or tenant of the building, and founder of the collective Harris's, accused of collecting rent and booking on permitted concerts at the warehouse. Prosecutors have portrayed him AS Roma's right hand man. His attorneys say they are seeking to downplay his leadership role. At the warehouse. His testimony follows three days of defense witnesses who either vouch for his character minimize his responsibilities in the warehouse or suggested that arsonists ignited a blaze AG. Terry rouse reports. Co-defendant almanac is expected at testifies. Well, the US supreme court has dodging a controversial bakery, case it throughout a lower court ruling against the owners of an organ bakery, that refused to make a wedding cake for a lesbian. Couple corespondent, Jessica Schneider says by not stepping in the question remains can someone refuse service based on sexual preference? People were hoping that the supreme court might step into this issue once again, and instead of a narrow ruling that it issued in Colorado, maybe taking up the larger constitutional question of whether or not businesses can refuse service to same sex couples on the basis of their religious beliefs. The case now goes back to the Oregon court of appeals for a second review. Gloria Vanderbilt who was thrust in the spotlight as a child heiress before going on to establish herself as an actress artist. Author fashion icon and socialite has died. Her son CNN's Anderson Cooper remembers, his mother, as the strongest person you ever met, but not necessarily tough Joseph Conrad wrote that we live as we die alone. He was wrong. And my mom's case Gloria Vanderbilt died as she lived on her own terms. I know she hoped for a little more time if you days or weeks, at least there were painting. She wanted to make more books. She wanted to read more dreams to dream, but she was ready. She was ready to go. Loria Vanderbilt was ninety five..
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The New England Patriots surprised not to see more of Sony. Michelle. I Don Sony Michelle disappeared in the second half of not mistaken. But I thought that I mean did Sony Michelle have one hundred yards and he did like twenty nine. Mixing and matching. And he was in in overtime at one point. Yeah. They were throwing the ball. So well too. So you just heard the sound of the spirit square sounder every time. You hear that will play five more times this hour. Six people will qualify you want to explain the rest here. No, go ahead. It's a Super Bowl fifty three competition with squares one hundred squares normal square poll, I believe of Dow's gonna put the square pool online once we assigned numbers. Nice. And that way, you can go online and know, what your numbers are in lake everyone won't have to wait for an Email. This'll be a very easy thing to do. We'll tweet it out is that what you've got planned Abdala. Do. I have that. Right. I'm going to tweet out a picture of the sheet. But for those who don't have Twitter, I'll also just Email to everybody. For the Super Bowl. Everybody will get an Email. We don't know your number, you'll know your computer program forward, or are you just going to do it manually? And then take a picture of. I have a I mean, I have an excel spreadsheet nice. That will just do the numbers. Manually? Awesome spending in the Seinfeld drop when you hear the spirit square. No, we didn't really talk about this. What did you make of Sean Payton's Costanza type glasses? If you've watched Seinfeld. There was an episode where George Costanza was was sold a pair of women's glasses. It was from the Gloria Vanderbilt collection. And it looked like Sean Payton was wearing Costanza the all white clear glasses. I mean, he's he uses readers to meet his place. She right. Yeah. He had them earlier in the year two. So that's it wasn't a first time seeing him. But yes, I remember seeing it the first time in thinking, that's an interesting choice. Right. That's very unseen Peyton like or like if you like Joe Madden's glasses fit him perfectly. Like, you would say, okay. I know that's a look for Joe Madden. The Gloria Vanderbilt collection for Sean Payton with the visor. Someone asked me does the glasses glasses take away his visor life. They have. Cancel each other out. I thought about it about why he would have clear frames issue think it's because there's so much going on. He doesn't want even the smallest amount of plastic blocking something if those are black their blocking your peripheral vision somewhat. But if they're clear, you can still kinda see stuff I thought about this house like there's gotta be a reason that maybe he just likes clear glasses. Whatever you do you. I don't care you wanna swag out with clear glasses. That's cool. But there's gotta be a reason, right. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know that you swag out. And you wanna wear men did Sean never whistle to did. I was I seem things or somebody who was doing Sean Payton imitation or look like Sean Payton, Whistler, the Whistler guy. The reason everybody kept hearing a whistle. And they thought that someone in the whistle in the crowd. Hattie whistle. There's a guy that sits in the crowd that they call the whistle, man. And he wears those like the big cheese heads. Gigantic whistle and he paints his face, the gold and black the silver the state's colors, and he has one of those like, you know, like the the really loud, dad whistle like that you can do with your fingers. Yeah. That. That that loud. People have written stories about this guy. But you can look up the saints whistle, man. I was duped, then because I was I was still chasing my kids around, and I looked up and I thought I saw Sean Payton with a whistle. And like he's he really whistling with a with a referee's whistle. This guy to isn't. This wasn't this guy there. Maybe I looked up. That's a look like, Sean Payton. Go ahead. A whistle. Okay. See, I didn't know I was duped that. Yeah. It was still early in the game. I think my kids were still running around. My wife was not at home. I was just settling in. I looked up on the TV. Sean. Sean Payton using whistle in a stands. If you look at the history, actually, what predates suck stanzas classes Sophia from the golden girls has a very similar. Sean payton. There you go the fashion statements their class. I think what they did with. They they they clouded his ability to call a good game especially late. I think that's that was the biggest problem. I know in Mark he's got a high take on this too. And I'm sorta with him. I don't know if I'll let him speak on this the more detail. But even if the saints could have run the ball, and even if they could have scored touchdowns the officials still cost them the game. That is true. I'm just saying if if it was me, I would have been a if I'm a saints fan. I would have been in a bigger fan of them running the ball after the Ted Ginn catch. I instead of throwing it two times. And again, it was it was player air. Sean. Drew Brees rather made a horrible throw. Right. It was maybe the right call the right throw, but they stopped the clock. And the what you wanted to do was you wanted to shorten the game by either running the ball and running. The clock enforcing the Rams to use their time outs in Champaign keep trucking. So we were asking what was your number one? Takeaway when you talk about this cap was saying this morning. This could have been maybe the best championship Sunday Everett. He couldn't remember. And we're stuck in the moment. We'd have to go through all these games. Put a lot of people have this take. I thought at one point when I was watching chiefs and and patriots that what the two quarterbacks were doing late in that game to match each other just when you thought it was the patriots. And then I'll know here's Mahomes. Here's the patriots. And then my buddy Perry texted me, thirty seven seconds. Was like, no he's like this is ridiculous. Again. The patriots are going to go to the super by good, dude. A lot of time from Mahomes, this ain't over yet. And then sure enough one two three they're in easy field goal position. Like, I was thinking maybe that was one of the better games playoff games I've ever seen. So I don't know. I don't want to give the moment is that your takeaway was the greatness of the games is it the overtime rule is it that pass interference. Now has to be changed going forward. What is your takeaway? Maybe it's the Romo stuff from the booth won the phone lines right down three three two three seven seven six. It was a typical Randy merkin on the tax change as well. He was so wrong about everything every time. He said when Rex Burkhead did not pick up the fourth in short fourth in less than one over. He said the patriots season. Just ended Burke it was over there. And then sure enough. Like, they got the ball back quickly, the occasional merkin. Why? Birket scores. Two more times. I don't know why he is so quick. I think it's a bit. Now that he comes out with these grand statements on on our tax chain at the oddest moments. And I would say seventy eight eighty percent of the time. He's wrong. Would you say seventy eight? Curry from the free throw line. He's ninety two percent. Okay. It was he percent of the time. He's okay. That's fair. What was your? And we had a big text debate about this. What did everyone think about? Not just if the edleman play on the the pun fielding, the pun. I don't wanna go into was there. What do you believe happened? What did you see from the replay? I thought that. I personally would I thought was going to happen. Because to me it looked like I was inclined to say it didn't hit him. What did? That's right. I'm asking you. What did the replay show me? I wasn't one hundred percent. Sure. I was probably ninety five percent ninety hustling ninety percent. Sure. But as the rule is written if it's not ninety percents shouldn't be good enough to overturn the the call. So I personally thought that the call was going to stand. I didn't think there was one hundred percent from me. I didn't feel like there was one hundred percent certainty that the ball din. Heady? What did you think maller thought? Look, I thought it was very close. But from all the videos is I saw and you and I do think you need to use two or three different shots to get together. But I felt like if you did that I felt it was conclusive. Now, I'm with you. I would not have been surprised had they not overturned it. But I thought to myself if you're going to actually look at the video on us. Video. This is an instance where I can tell conclusively that. I think it's not he didn't touch it. And so I was perfectly fine with them overturning put it this way. If my life was on the line, and I had to make the right decision. And I had to say I would not have said that he didn't touch it. I would have said there was still a small percent chance that I just couldn't see it did grace him. Yeah. That was pretty certain Meller said when they showed like there was a replay. Okay. Let's check out his left hand it his left hand got hit. And they showed the the right angle shot. And you could see it did not hit the left hand. All right now. Let's go, and let's look at his right hand. And then sure enough they showed you the right? Doesn't. Right. It doesn't look like they're pretty. One hundred percent because there's still that outside. They can't overturn it. If it's not one hundred percent clear they can overturn. And you're right about that. That is the ROY. And that's what I don't want happening with replay. If they elect to go and make pass interference reviewable, which I think they should. I don't want them to do this piecing together stuff that's inconclusive and calling a pass interference. Do you know what I mean, these need to be blatant and obvious calls? It was blatantly missed a pass interference or one that they flag in whistled pass interference that it was blatantly. Not passenger easier said than done, I'm with you that one was blatant. But there are going to be other place, then aren't nearly as clear cut, and how are you going to subjectively officiate those I've seen suggests that I don't know if you guys would agree with this. But I've seen it suggested that if you do make pass interference reviewable that referees should not be able to. Slow it down. They have to watch it in real time. As if they were watching it on the field. That's another great point. If when you watch football, we have the we have the ability to watch the the instant replay and super slow MO these guys now again, I'm not excusing. What transpired on the play? In the Superdome or in the the Mercedes Benz dome. That one was I don't care how fast you played it..
"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"gloria vanderbilt" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"How old were you? When this happened. We had to be seventeen eighteen does even better yet. Primorye shavers. So what happened to you that later on when when you Where'd you advocating worked out by. Okay. We don't want to go. Thanks for the call. So what did you do this year, by the way, just stay home? Which now I woke up in time to watch the ball drop and turn it back off, you know. Motor trend. Yeah. I was gonna come in. And thanks for the call. I was going to comment on that. I was trying to see the ball drop. I don't know anybody that actually showed it because it was weird. They shot the camera angle on everyone. I kept flipping around on. I actually recorded a couple of dislike I hit record. So I can go back and get highlights if I want to and I didn't actually see the ball physically dropped. Now. Of course, what's his name? There. The communist mayor of New York, all the dignitaries are there. They get to hit the hit the ball on the bottom that makes it come down. But you could see the ball sort of. And then there was a shot of like some superstructure in front of it. The whole thing was screwed up. It was about the worst worst ever New Year's Eve television, performance of anybody anywhere anytime any place. I don't know what it was like in Australia, but they had a massive fireworks display. Their no interest Cooper Anderson Cooper is getting drunker and drunk. As the night goes on he's he's maybe covering it. But hit covering it by my standard. I I saw it happening. I was watching it kind of incrementally take place, and he's with this boy toy pal there. And they're on TV. And he starts talking about his mom how at one point. She was so sought after by men, and if you're with his mother you wanted more so wow. Well, you don't even talk about your girlfriend or wife like that? This is insane. Now, the the moral to this up on drudge the moral to the story is how have we fallen? I ain't no square not even close. But I mean, there's just what what's going on in two thousand eighteen nineteen. I want my money back on every level. I think at some point Gloria Vanderbilt he wrecks house used to support him. I think she had two gunmen. What the hell happened is what what happened to this happen to my boy this this ain't right? The same right? Should have said that at least fifteen times. Supposedly, he's also I don't know about this. But the Anderson Cooper, supposedly secret society and CIA remember the CIA. Much about him. He's really disgusting on CNN all year around by the.