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"grace kelly" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:56 min | 1 d ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"American Revolutionary War, it begins with an American victory. In Concord during the battles of Lexington and Concord, 17. 82 John Adams secures Dutch recognition of the United States as an independent government. In the house, which he had purchased in The Hague becomes the first American Embassy 1927 Mae West is sentenced to 10 Jet Days in jail for obscenity. In her play sex. What year was that? That was in 1927. Now they didn't go for that stuff back then. Maybe a little shocked on what they saw. Today. 1943 Albert Hoffman deliberately doses himself with LSD for the first time, three days after having discovered its effects. People are scared of LSD. Now imagine being the guy that's voluntarily trying it out. The first time I see what this is about. 1956 actress Grace Kelly married Prince Rainier of Monaco. 1971 Charles Manson, sentenced to death later commuted to life imprisonment for conspiracy in the Tate LaBianca murders. That was actress Sharon Tate, who was victim in that 1975 South Vietnamese forces withdrew from the town of Swan lock in the last major battle of the Vietnam War. 1987 The Simpsons first appear in a syriza of shorts on the Tracy almond Show. First starting with Good night. I don't know what that one means. But loved The Simpsons, 1993, the 51 Day FBI siege of the Branch, David Ian Building in Waco, Texas. Ends when a fire breaks out. 76 civilians, including 18 Children under the age of 10 died in that fire. And then Remember this? Well, 1995 the Oklahoma City bombing, the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City is bombed, killing 168 people, including 19 Children under the age of six. Got visited that Cemetery where those people are buried now. And in 2013. Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Sorry knife is Tsarnaev. What is it? Tsarnaev Tsarnaev is killed in a shootout with police. That was just a crazy few days there, you know, and his brother Zuqar is later captured. Hiding in a boat inside the backyard. I mean, wild, if you remember. I mean, the person is just somebody living in a neighborhood their boat. They saw a little blood on the whatever The covering is to the boat. So with everyone on that manhunt, and then the SWAT team, everyone comes in and just incredible to see that footage. We got Jerry here with a comment. Jury and land O Lakes, comment on Son of a gun Yes, Jack. Do you remember several years ago, many moons that Roger Miller recorded a song called Dang Me. Yeah. Dang me. Dang me. No, no, no, Don't hang me. I'll take a rope and hang me but his father was a pistol and he was a son of a gun. Yes. Maybe that's where popularized who was Roger Miller. It's 8 15, and we go to the newsroom and Chris treatment. Closing arguments in the trial against the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd get underway today. Derek Sheldon's charged with second degree murder, third degree murder and manslaughter for kneeling on Floyd's neck. During an arrest last May, Jurors heard two weeks of testimony from dozens of witnesses. As the defense wrapped up It's case last week, Chauvet invoked his Fifth Amendment rights and refused to testify. Manhunt is on for a former Texas sheriff's detective suspected of killing three people at an apartment complex in Austin. Police say Stephen Broderick opened fire on two women and a man yesterday. He resigned last year after being charged with sexual assault of a child. Former President George W. Bush is joining the debate on immigration. He says migrants are a force for good and supports a path to citizenship for those brought to the country is Children. Made the comments in an op ed article in The Washington Post during his time as President Bush tried to pass an immigration bill but failed. I'm Chris Trunk Man NEWS radio. W F L A Now let's check sports. W F L A sports that.

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"grace kelly" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:26 min | 9 months ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Nineteen fifty six featured grace as the archetypal dazzling character, she'd become so well known for starring opposite Frank Sinatra in December of Nineteen fifty-five Prince Rainier traveled to the United States reportedly in search of his princess. He landed at the Kelly family door. And Philadelphia increases judgmental and status obsessed family was elated by courtly visit, and unsurprisingly proved far more accepting of rainier than her previous suitors. The wedding was set for April nineteen, fifty six and news of the engagement consumed the media. Grace's story was portrayed as a fairy tale. Come to life. On April. Eighteenth Grace and rainier were married in a civil ceremony followed by a lavish Cathedra wedding. The following day grace officially became Princess Grace Grimaldi. The cathedral wedding was watched by over thirty million people on TV, and was host was star star-studded, six hundred plus guest list. For months rumors circulated as to whether grace's new title as princess would mean the end of her acting career. Despite attempts by hitchcock himself to persuade the crown, it was deemed beneath her station. Life, as a princess was not quite the fairy tale, it was presented to be Princess Grace and Prince Rainier did have three children together. Princess Caroline Prince Albert the second Princess Stephanie, but their marriage was otherwise riddled with traumatic miscarriages and rainiers controlling behavior. The couple managed their strained union through covert affairs. One of these alleged affairs was with grace's former Co. Star Frank Sinatra. On September thirteenth. Nineteen eighty to grace took a drive with her daughter Stephanie. A hairpin turn took her by surprise, and the car pummeled through a guard rail and fell over one hundred feet, rolling multiple times while Stephanie sustained relatively minor injuries. Grace was rushed to the hospital. The doctors concluded that she had suffered a minor stroke causing the accident. She passed away the following day in a hospital that bore her own name. The Princess Grace Hospital of Monaco. She was just fifty three years old. Tune in tomorrow for the story of another leading lady. Special. Thanks to lose Kaplan. My favorite sister co-creator Talk to you tomorrow..

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"grace kelly" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:02 min | 9 months ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Hello From Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny. Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will MANTECA. Today's leading lady is one of the brightest stars to ever hit the silver screen. Though she only started movies over the course of five years, her short and dazzling career became the stuff of fairytales. Although. She was heralded for her effortless beauty and poise. Her personal life was mired with scandal and tragedy. We're talking about the one and only Grace Kelly. Greece was born on November, Twelfth Nineteen, twenty nine to an upper class family in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Grace's father Jack Kelly was a three time Olympic gold medal rower turned entrepreneur. He used his prestige in the community to enter politics eventually, serving the FDR administration as the National Director of physical fitness. Grace's mother Margaret was also athletic and ambitious. She was the first female coach for the women's swim team at the University of Pennsylvania and the first director of their Physical Education Department. Their marriage was punctuated by Jack's many conspicuous affairs a pattern. He Pass along to his daughter grace. While Greece's three siblings shared the Kelly family predilection for athletics. Chris did not as a young child she was Gawky and awkward and withdrew from the family into her own imagination. She found refuge with another family member who differed from the rest, her uncle, the Pulitzer Prize, winning playwright George Kelly. After seeing a local feeder production grace announced to her family that she wanted to become an actor. Jack specifically was dismayed. Show business was looked down upon and their nouveau riche elite political circle. But he relented, and grace made her first professional theatre debut at the age of twelve from the audience grace received the validation. She'd long been missing from the Kelly family. With the help of her uncle, Georgia's prestigious name grace was accepted into the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York. During her time in the program, three lifelong patterns presented themselves success as an actress romance with older men and familial disapproval. One such romance was with an up and coming Broadway director who also happen to be one of Kelly's teachers Don Richardson. Grace's parents were scandalized by her fair with Richardson at technically still married and he was Jewish. In particular grace's father, Jack Despised the Union. He bribed Richardson to end the relationship and when Richardson refused, Jack had Greece's brother call and threaten Richardson. At! The age of Twenty crease made her Broadway debut in August. Strindberg's the father for what she received favourable reviews, but her career really started to flourish on TV. She appeared and more than sixty live tele plays on broadcast networks between nineteen, fifty, nineteen, fifty three. It was during this time that she secured a role in the now classic high noon. She played the pacifist wife of Hollywood star Gary Cooper during filming, she struck up a romantic relationship with the fifty year old cooper. One biographer Wendy Lee also alleges that Greece was simultaneously involved with the director Fred Zimmerman. The film was a hit Cooper won an academy award for his performance, and grace won the attention of Hollywood, as a result, Greece landed supporting actress role beside Ava Gardner and Clark Gable, in John, Ford's nineteen fifty-three Mogambo. With the second film, Grease picked up an academy award nomination for best supporting actress, another high profile romance with Gable. Who was twenty eight years her senior and a call from Alfred Hitchcock Hitchcock cast grace in the lead role of his nineteen fifty four thriller dial M for murder. Grace had a slew of sexual conquests while working on the film including fellow actor Tony, Dawson, writer Frederick not, and of course, her co-star Raimo land her relationship with Milan who again was over twenty years, her senior and married threatened to become a full blown scandal while nineteen fifties, Hollywood was evidently just a salacious as it is today, the studio system was far less forgiving at the time under threat of ruining future career prospects. Grace's relationship with Milan ended. Grace again partnered with hitchcock for their second film together Rear Window. And you will be able to take your eyes off a glowing beauty of Grace Kelly, who shares the heart and curiosity of James Stewart in this story of a romance shadowed by the terror, a horrifying secret. Grace dazzled as the snoopy socialite. Lisa Fremont. That same year, the country girl was released pre start alongside William. With whom she unsurprisingly started an affair. On the set of the country, God's grace also met bing crosby with whom she would also start a romance. The two were momentarily the IT couple of Hollywood before she turned down his marriage proposal. Greece won the Academy Award for Best Actress for her role in the country girl beating out powerhouses of the Era Audrey. Hepburn Judy Garland Dorothy Dandridge and Jane Wyman Riding this acclaim Greece went on to star in her third hitchcock film to catch a thief. Lovely Ever seen any place in the world mobile. Just it the colors of the dom in the sky. Little Pink and green buildings on the hill. All those will, she could climb. While filming in the south of France, she began a romance with the different type of suitor. An international playboy and fashion designer Oleg Cassini. When Oleg proposed as so many of grace's suitors did she accepted the engagement didn't last. Her Parents Talk Cassini as beneath them and went out of their way to alienate him effectively ending the relationship. But grace's luck quickly turned around her movie star status had earned her a position in the American delegation to the canned film festival in Nineteen fifty-five during a photo ops for the delegation in nearby Monaco. Priests met the thirty one year old Prince Rainier the third. while. Greece was in a public relationship with Francis foremost actor. At the time, she began a secret courtship with the Prince of Monaco. Greece would make two more films. The I. The swan turned out to be largely prophetic. In the film she plays a lady who must choose between her true self and marrying a disinterested prince for the benefit of her family and country. And her last high society, which debuted in.

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The Crown And An HBO Cartoon About The Royals

Donna and Steve

10:31 min | 1 year ago

The Crown And An HBO Cartoon About The Royals

"Robbie had this in his intercooler earlier about the animated show that HBO has ordered about the Royals hi I think I can interested in this really cute it's called the prince and it's based on on Gary genet he's Instagram account which I thought to rises six year old Prince George all you're kidding the son of prince William and princess Kate he right right for family guide I mean just the picture if you if you look up animated royal you know show up you'll see all the characters animated and prince Phillip his look in print see old really Hey it looks great that great high cheek bones I don't know why I act as a key holder like I didn't know that he was ninety believe that they're still alive no I think it's incredible because they're like she's a lady of the lake leisure I mean should what they're both in their nineties and she looks great yes love her and she always has like on a very colorful outfit you know like in a bright color I think the show will be kind of funny I can I'm I'm looking for dissing this animation the Royals just interest me I'm fine this guy now on Instagram I think it's because of the crown but you know I don't know I think with the death of princess Diana and and there's just you know with with watching her boys grow up on television yeah and yeah I just I'm so interested in just that life I am too it's just fascinating that it is real life yeah I know it's like they're living a fairy tale right well some of the some of them into a minute the situation but the cast is Orlando bloom as prince Harry Tom Hollander as both prince Philip and prince Charles and Alan **** as George's Butler when if and this is coming on the heels of Netflix saying that they're interested in working with Harry and Meghan on on the on the crown wait wait you know that's not gonna happen right well we can we afford to what I want to say about that yeah okay so as we if you if you're watching the crown you've seen are you watching the crown absolutely if you're watching the crown for those if you're listening you know that it's now we're kind of we're in a season hopefully I'm not spoiling this but we're going to see as the years go by so now we're seeing kind of how prince Charles evolved into who he was how he met Camilla which I'm like this is really all I can like I feel like I should know all these things see and I feel like I do it's so so I'm wondering I'm watching more to see how they present the story that I already now okay just from growing up in sure my mom was huge into the Royals and okay so you're waiting for what's happening next who's gonna play this we know yeah I've already cast princess Diana I think for the next season do we know who it is I've seen a picture of her and she looks very similar to princess Diana let you look that bad so you're thinking okay as the seasons progress we're gonna start seeing more of prince Harry prince William well not so fast prince Harry has no interest in having his life with Meghan Markle play out for all to see on the crown and he's a trip he there thinking he probably would attempt to have their narrative written out of the script so a biographer her name is Angela Levin she wrote a biography about prince Harry and she spoke to him and he said I'm going to stop any production if Netflix tries to center a season about me and Meghan see now this story I'm seeing Kelly is live in that it was revealed that Harry once joked to his biographer or that he was gonna make sure he stopped it before they got to him he he he was joking anything he actually like is the do you think that he would be okay with him and Meghan being portrayed on the crown I don't think he has a say I don't think he has any say like you somebody could put a show on about our crew would that be entertaining and they've already done a movie about Megan and hairy I feel like once it gets to that point I think people will be tired of the crown I think what's interesting about the crown right now it's it it's not happening right now it's not all in our face it's what happened before really anything was that accessible back then to Americans the you know the crown the Royals weren't that accessible right they are now right so it's very interesting to see well that's how they lived because now we kind of know how they live they live real fancy now they live in little cottages are more like palaces but I don't know I am I wonder still get to maybe I have the wrong do you remember princess Stephanie I'm rob do you remember princess Stephanie she was kind of a trouble maker she dated rob Lowe does that ring a bell to you nothing's ringing on her really yes he may have been Monaco on come on if we did it was kid wishy no they got to get to forgive me they've got to get to Andrew see that to me is what's really exciting yeah she was Stephanie of Monaco so I don't know how it works with she was the the prince Rainier the third sign on and the daughter of Grace Kelly she's beautify now you know I'm looking at a bizarre Harper's bazaar has an article about actress Emma Corran C. O. R. R. I. and she's going to portray princess Diana she looks quite like her you think so yeah I mean she's got the hair I can see it I mean she's blind but the email do you like how the season is changed where the actors are different now I don't mind it it's growing on me yeah I don't mind I think a livia Coleman is amazing I I was talking with some girlfriends this weekend about it and they they hadn't started watching it but they had heard they were new new characters new actresses and actors right and they were hesitant to watch it because of that I said you're going to forget about it you're going to forget that they are not the same not this not clear voice I mean right it's different but it's it grows on you well what I like about it too is that it gives you know instead of making clear for a look older boy I think that's okay okay on instead of making her look older they're giving an older actress the gig but it's older isn't she supposed to be in her thirties and this season is that right clear forty is that age I feel like no think about it says it's a baby in her forties maybe in her forties because prince Charles in this this season is like eighteen nineteen yeah so I mean is he that young I think he's a he's a college so maybe he's sick twenty I don't know anyway I do I do it makes me like the queen even more see you see all the stuff you have to deal with you know and but you get a look at her behind the scenes that even though you know we're not watching a documentary he'll actually I get the Google machine out the entire time I'm watching it and like that this really happened to this really happened I mean it's very interesting how they take things the events that happened and put it in the show and make it so very realistic but it also makes he understand my Meghan Markle's like peace I'm out I'm not totally it by the way speaking of so they're in Canada now print tarian Meghan Markle are in Canada but they're still battling with the British paparazzi so a day after Harry lands on Vancouver Island his lawyers sent a cease and desist letter to on a bunch of news outlets in the U. K. and threat and that action will be taken if they publisher by photographs taken of Meghan and her son Archie or their son I should say taking a walk on the sun newspaper published the photos and NBC's today show aired them there are all over the internet right now but there are serious safety concerns according to this letter about how the paparazzi are driving in the risk to life that they are posing now I've got to imagine that Harry's got some you know does a trauma related to the way he lost his mother in a car crash while trying to escape the paparazzi back in ninety seven but according to the letter photographers have permanently camped outside the couple's home and they're using long range lenses to take pictures so even though they're not in England they're still going to get this they offer other mereka I mean that's just how it's going to be that sadly she does look real happy in this photo of her walking with a rich she and her two dogs and also the to what looked like security behind her yeah that's what I can get yeah well what's interesting about this picture that's everywhere of her with Archie like kind of strapped to her yeah do you see how she's holding it he looks a little I think she's got him he looks real happy and she looks like a normal person and leggings and boots and she got a hat on yeah great she looks adorable for her by the way season three and it looks like Queen Elizabeth is between thirty eight and fifty one I'm supposed to be in okay it's amazing how just their facial expressions can make them look like the queen yeah I'm sure they study they've studied her for a very long time an mazing if you're not watching the crown we highly recommend it

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"grace kelly" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

14:34 min | 1 year ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on By His Grace

"Spark Christian podcast dot Com I am your host Misty Philip and I am so excited that you are here today I would like to introduce you to my new friend who just wrote a book called friend Ish Kelly Needham Kelly welcome to the podcast thanks so much misty I'm so excited to be here talking with you well congratulations on your new book. We're going to talk about that in a few minutes but I I understand you used to live in Texas Naima Texas girl and any good Texas girl knows her Mexican food when I picked up your book and we thought you were talking about going to dinner with a friend in Nebraska and the food was Mexican ish it reminded me of family vacation we took and we were somewhere we were on our way to Wyoming and I'm not really exactly sure where we were but we stopped at a place called Taco Oh lay and I don't know what we were expecting that was not the Mexican food we were used to that that's right yes I do love Mexican food and growing up in Houston area I get kind of spoiled by really great Mexican and Tex Mex food okay yes well welcome why don't you introduce yourself to the on hints tell us a little bit more about you yeah I did grow up in Texas as we actually still live in Texas in the Dallas area I've been married now for thirteen years to my husband Jimmy who's a singer Songwriter most people passive known me just by being married to him we've got three kids and I mean more than any of that thing that grounds my life is I just really enjoy Jason I enjoy knowing him he's my friend my favorite person and what kind of is the center of gravity in my life I just Wanna we sneak away and find ways to get more time getting to know him in the word and all that so I know that's maybe a trait Christian answer but that's just the most important part of it alive or can I take center center stage for me now so that people that's kind of my unofficial life goals admits as many people as possible that nothing compares to know him he's the most amazing person you'll ever me so Now I hope that that is one of the fruits of the book as well even though it's about friendships with other people that you in the midst of that you'll see that Jesus is the greatest friend can't have yeah and and my Bible study that I wrote the struggle is real but so is God I say Jesus is everything because he is everything and when you read the old estimate at all points to Jesus and nate estimate is all about Jesus and he's everything and I love that I love that that he is your best friend how it should be a so friendships can be a challenge I know for me in particular growing up I moved a lot so I had to make friends pretty quickly but I also had mean girls that I didn't quite understand and in a relationships in a fallen world just be a challenge so we're GonNa talk about a struggle of friendship today and when in the beginning of your book worst GonNa Jump Right into it they there's a part that talks about when the storm comes and and Highlighted this part because I thought it was very interesting when the storm comes a friendship built on the sand will crumble just as quickly uneasily as it was built every irreconcilable difference every word of gossip every feeling of jealousy every hateful cold shoulder every resistance to healthy conflict resolution in every refusal to forgive is rooted in the sand of self-centeredness while how could you speak to that yeah that comes from my own experience you know I I I want people to know in this book to that it's not like I figured out some magic formula but I've walked through a lot of those storms and they've been I've seen friendships in my own life not make it because of my own saw oppositionist or the selfishness of other friend in that scenario and Leeann my hope is and I think everybody's hope reading this book as we don't want that to happen we want friendships that are stable and lasting but we don't always realize there's there's a difficult cost to that so we can you know we tend to avoid doing the hard work building friendships on selflessness of of being generous in our friendship because that can be really challenging to do but at the end if we don't do that but on the other side of that When hardship comes misunderstanding concept is GonNa Crumble and I think we all bear the scars of of those friendships that have crumbled I don't know very many people who when I've talked about this issue can't look back on their life and go what you're saying reminds me of this or this person and some apple scars there are far deeper than others some people have been so wounded in their friendships that they're actually afraid to build friendships they've kind of just written the whole thing off said I'll just kind of go somewhere else to get my relational needs met and that is not my hope for this book but rather to help maybe help us all see what happened there why did that fall apart what role did I play a knack because that's all I can actually control and let me step into doing the hard work to build healthy friendships which is actually very difficult to do it's not that easy things that maybe we see in sitcoms or other things that these friendships feel like they just kind of fell in place and it was magical real friendship requires a lot of hard work and I think that's why we tend to avoid it but I'm hoping that this book will be cast a big vision for that make people want to do the work to build those friendships because they're just a so worth it Jesus is our closest in but that he didn't create us to be alone mead the friendships of other people in our life and need to be willing to do that work absolutely and in the book of Hebrews it talks about ital- as the days draw closer like we are not to forsake the assembly of believers in we are he created us for community and and am we are to be in those friendships and so we need to to do that in a way that honors him but I think I read that you talked about sometimes we avoid aid when there's difficulty in our friendship and we avoid it has we don't want to address it but then by not addressing it and actually were Oh that's Oh man that's probably the biggest growth had to happen in my life personally because I think I used to view my avoidance of those issues as loving maybe my friend hurt me and instead of talking to them about it because that was uncomfortable for me I was like I'm going to sacrafice love them and you know just deal with that myself but then I that built bitterness and knee and I didn't want to be around that friend but and and didn't even know they did anything wrong yet 'cause I had taken the time to go tell them and so there's a lot of misunderstanding there and it took a long time and some really good friends who on the other end of that were like why aren't you being honest with me for me to learn that's actually an expression to to address and confront these issues is an expression of saying this friendship is valuable to me it's so valuable to me a bit since there's an issue in it I'm GonNa actually move toward that tench tend to try and resolve it so that we can continue this friendship an and make sure it's maintained and the avoidance of his issues is in some ways oh you statement that that friendship isn't important to me that I'd rather just kind of let it fizzle out and die than fight for it and that can be really hurtful to people a lot of times there's issues the other person doesn't know it or or maybe doesn't fully understand why what they did was hurtful or or not and it takes us being willing to have that really hard awkward conversation I mean it is awkward I mean every time it's awkward it's hard to sit down with your friend across the table and say can I talk to you about this you did this you said this you didn't do this you know you didn't recognize this moment in my life and that hurt me that hurt my feelings and let's go there let's talk about at it let's work through that we want conflict to be just totally out of the picture and our friendships but I think it's a really valuable part of building real friendship it just like it isn't building healthy marriages or having a healthy relationship with your children or anyone else there's moments of conflict because we're all sinners we're all gonNa send against each other y'all have blind spots that we can't see that are gonNA offend in hurt other people and so for not willing to address them in love and kindness patience but with brutal honesty then were just going to end up with a lot of fractured relationships over the course of our lives for just going to look back and see a lot of good starts to friendships and it it just for one reason I've fizzle out and nobody really wants that but it does take the hard work of some conflicts intentions sometimes of hard conversations fight for that to work yeah so I wanna ask you if if someone is listening and they have been the hurt by a friend maybe they've tried to make amends maybe they've tried to discuss it but they're still not really they don't feel the resolution there they could sit down you know like like we're sitting down today what would you what would you say to them yeah the first question probably ask is I probably have to declare fi how they tried to resolve it because at least for the women that I talked to when I've had this conversation but or honest enough it was kind of beating around the Bush it was like you know the because we're afraid we're afraid of that moment and so the type of honest conversation often encouraging people toward is so unfamiliar and so on Common that it almost feels like can I actually say that to my friend and back if you're really honest honorable and explain how you were hurt and they didn't respond with understanding acknowledgement of that issue And then you might follow up conversation you need to have to say hey you know this this thing that I shared with really important and has no resolution I think there's a place for recognizing until trust can be rebuilt and it's not always the best thing to keep going to that relationship hand expecting it to be the same are healthy boundaries that we can put in place but I think too many people but those walls up those boundaries up before they've given the other person a chance to own and see maybe what they've done wrong that they couldn't see so that all of those moments for me when I've been in those those positions have been full of a lot of counsel from outsiders but outside who knows me and so that's the other thing is people that I don't know that I talked to Mike I don't know you I don't know the whole of your life if you have a wise counselor friend I wouldn't trade it and I think we want the fruit on the other side.

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What Dead Historical Women Can Teach Us About Dating and Sex

This Is Why You're Single

08:15 min | 1 year ago

What Dead Historical Women Can Teach Us About Dating and Sex

"For a long time i rode a sex dating column for the the new york post and i really appreciate that time in my life but since then i started writing about history and politics and every so often often someone comes to me and says would you ever consider writing a dating advice book and i always say the only way i would ever do that is if all of the advice is came from dead historical women and most of it was bad do you say as a joke yes always and then i said it to this one very nice editor on the phone who said well i'd love for you to do that can you can you get it in by june and i said yes and it was the easiest book sale i've ever made shots jets incredible i was gonna say did you sort of like say on to channel these women and because it's all of the advice sound so much in their voice it's just it's so good i'm i've always wished that somehow that would happen to me robert graves deflected criticism of his i claudius novels by telling a reporter that the entire manuscript had been dictated to him by emperor claudius himself in a dream so we don't want to start with that's a real humble brag it's a real humble brag of london emperor came to me and just story so no critiques please no none of none of these women came to munich dream cream i do read a lot of different books about them and took the cool historical tidbits that i found those books that i thought could be transcribed into good good advice for women right now what i really loved how in the insure you talk about how there's always some idiot on twitter that's like oh i wish women were women the way they used to be back in the day and like this book just kind of disproves that whole line of thought that is based on many real only no i'm i i have a twitter account i am yeah i'm familiar with dot com yeah and this totally disproves that way of thinking because women's since the beginning of time have kind and not been that ideal idea woman i think the more things change the more they stay the same and a lot of women in this book are doing things thanks i think we'd be considered very audacious by modern standards i'm kind of fascinated by grace kelly's end of a first date move where she would go into my i room of this and come up with no clothes and that's the way a lot of nudity so nudity in the book i'm also that's something that i really don't associate with grace as kelly in any of her alfred hitchcock movies now i love that and so you use that tibet to have her advice be make your feelings no yes she's real clear a lot of not scared to tell someone how they feel and then a yeah and then you write about how she'd be like go make some coffee and then go into the bathroom and come out naked i was like oh that is insane that that is actually what she did and i love that it's memorable also really feel like a man in the nineteen fifties and sixties when she was doing this probably just think they were making can coffee so let's talk about some more of the advice in the book patra that is the advice for making the first move what can we learn from her on making the first move cleopatra made i moves of really big and she really began her relationships with this very showy entrance entrance a lot of the mist and the stories about cleopatra hinge upon the idea that she was this ravishing beauty and she was us an attractive lady and they're all different ways of being beautiful but by any standards she wasn't especially good looking she was just really audacious basis and she really went for it and when she first met julius caesar she header self smuggled to him inside a federal that was dropped off at his feet feet and then lays blade before whose feet talking about how they could afford to an alliance which is not a thing that you might be able to recreate oh yeah like not necessarily you didn't like UPS to your lover a little desperate if we'd be really audacious lake uh-huh and then when she met mark anthony she had herself taken to him on a golden barge where she designed it to look like she was a goddess and she appeared to him if she was a golden goddess so cleopatra really thought about how she was going to plan her first move oof and i think it an age where a lot of us are very timid and wanna seem cool and have a call me maybe attitude approaching people cleopatra went for it like she went one hundred percent i honestly can kind of relate this particularly i'm on the part on the barge where she's the gold god it kinda can because so nicknamed gone on a first date and then i invited him to my holiday party and my holiday party i was like the star of the show like i i was going around with platters appetizers and like jello shots because this was like whatever like two thousand nine not the shots wherever cool but as i'm going around with platters never like laura oh my god like laura laura and i'm like the star of the show and i kinda take her advice to mean you know just be like the starve make yourself an unmistakable store yes staple star like have the attention be around you and it was like all my friends and it was like my house you know like i was the star of my holiday party and walked around like own my own the place grid right and i want to form an alliance that woman yeah i think that's actually a great way to translate that into modern day advice i feel like throwing party and inviting boys who have a crush on was also so big move i was single gal it usually worked really well unless the person didn't come in which case it felt like you were throwing that party for nine uh all these people are in my house i've got so many shots yeah i've been to your parties and you do throw a very good thank you i'm so you also have a section on slut shaming can you choose to feature josephine baker and that little micro in every possible way hero of the civil rights movement hero of the lost generation yet josephine baker is just the best and if you don't know her by name you definitely know her by image she's the one that has the banana skirt so oh you're right i'm writing in her voice say i'm writing as someone who danced topless and a banana skirt so why her for the slut shaming section i feel like josephine josephine baker is someone who had to go up against a lot of repressive rules of the time and i mean to head to leave america because she couldn't really prosper in america's a black woman and she was someone who i wouldn't say that she had no regard for those rules but she he was able to think about societal rules that served her and once it didn't and follow her own contents and her own desires and mm-hmm she strongly felt and i think many modern day women should strongly feel that her sexuality and her physical desires were nothing to be ashamed of she had a very large sexual appetite she loved having sex with people she had multiple marriages adopted a ton of children those desires did not impede her life in any way indeed the fact that she was comfortable in her body and comfortable with her sexuality is how she she became a great star and it was also because she chose to change her circumstances right by going to harris yeah we actually just did an episode on on if you should move if you you should mirror for data and just for a change of scenery if you're like in a funk also tried to come back to america and change everybody else's circumstances stances andrea four really hard for that i mean you can't obviously say that any one person was responsible for civil rights victories but she had a really huge detained in that

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"grace kelly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The clear cuts in first and I. they didn't screenwriting cry. and I need to this user. now he feels better. what was that he. or was it Grace Kelly with Paul Bunyan's beard. Washington DC road after road being shut down morning rush hour by left wingers I was watching video they're all white they're all white people this is a you know it's not an entirely white city but all the idiots sitting in streets are all white because an hour yeah you got to be a special kind of dumb to sit in traffic in morning rush hour washing DC personalities tend to be a little intense around here if you know what I mean and I I don't know I think you have fire driving in from Virginia today I think I might bring in the snow plow maybe one of those snow blower things you know those noble I think it was a James Bond movie where that with the big snow blower things for for grading pads for cars to go through in real deep snow and to get those things out in the street and clear about lickety split as Chaz bono like this I do have this one transgender person I don't know if they're all trans gender or not but there is a one transgender and and see the transgender person with the the the Bucks. that you've got like Charlie's angels but. her buttocks and then a full beard a full Sebastian Cabot beard on this end and the guy is wearing these tiny little short shorts white daisy Duke and pulled right up in the thing and blocking traffic standing out there bending over mind you wearing high heels was the the person wearing high heels and bending over and demanding that traffic stop for him and for her and and and gosh people are not happy about this but they're saving the planet because they know better than we do they're terrorizing children children all over the world suffering from eco anxiety seeking therapy seeking pharmaceuticals from those evil terrible pharmaceutical companies that that Democrats hate so much they've terrorized children billions of children all over the world into believing that there are going to die and soon real soon because of the weather and that mean people aren't giving the government enough power and Intel you give the government enough power we're in great peril from the climate you see and then as soon as the Democrats have total power over everything then they'll tell you that the climate is better now tell you that the hurricane turned is bad and that this is normal this is kind of normal her can I when it's on their watch they're gonna say well it's all better now because we fixed it there get. and the birth of strikers are young women in particular all over the world vowing to not have children until climate change ends and I think that's probably an excellent idea in each and every instance where one of these individuals decides that they shouldn't have children because of the climate I think it's best not only for the climate but for society as a whole don't you think and all of the world Canada Great Britain western Europe and the United States you have these climate Z. lots I would say Z. lots because it's more fun than zealots and I I think it's the way Walter Brennan said it in to have and have not to ever step on a dead beat and and is that Xerox bunches you out and these people are bunches yards and they demand climate justice there what justice for the weather there was some audio from them this morning Mister Michael and they're screaming for climate justice and they're blocking traffic and they are crazy these people are Razi K. R. AZ why crazy these are not the people and and and they think that children have it figured out because I believe that children are our future treat them wet and let them lead the way this is completely absurd the old Democratic Party has become ridiculous and embarrassing and we're raising a generation of brain washed zombies who are going to faithfully regurgitate the Democrat party talking points like Linda Blair regurgitated the pea soup in the motion picture classic The Exorcist crazy people shutting down roads in Washington this morning..

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"grace kelly" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick

"But it doesn't care. I can teach her to act. She looks kind of like made for TV Grace Kelly. Right. And that's all he's that's all his is interested in apparently is getting back at Grace Kelly by putting a double of her on American movie screens. So he casts her in her in his next big move, even though she's never acted in. If that gives her a seven year contract after shooting a couple of screen tests. And this is nineteen sixty three's the birds, which your mom hates. Yes. Doesn't like. And also, you know, honestly, have you seen it? But tell me one cents what you think the birds is about. Birds get in your hair. That's exactly right. And you can't get them out. And I think I like me personally like my Kennedy because it's short very short. If I were a bird that is not the hair, and I go into super cuts. I always say give me the bird proof. Number two. I felt like I there was a late night television moment where the birds was on. And I watched a scene and the bird special effect was not very convincing. They seemed like they were made of paper machine. And I didn't believe that the birds were really birds. And so I didn't go all the way through to understand why they were in her hair or why that was scary or what they were about. Why were they motivated by evil spirits where they animatronic? Robot robot birds of the area, Dr Moreau? Yeah. Like like, a super bad bond villain that was making fake crows or finger. He'll put birds in your hair, you tell me why birds is good you've kind of pinpointed. The interesting thing about birds, which is that a plague of screeching around scratching birds descend on a small California town, and it's never explained why it's kind of the horror of it. And it's never ameliorated at the end of the movie there's more birds than ever and our heroes slink away having ceded the town to the awful birds. Can't you just go in the house? The birds come in the house gem ever get in the house. That's what's so hair horrifying you. Think is Hitchcock at work. You think you're safe and then boom down the chimney. They come. This is scary. I don't want birds in the house, and it's famously like one of the things he's most famous for is the idea of the macguffin that you can explain away these goofy set pieces with a one sentence sensible thing. Have you heard the word McGovern? Yeah. I use it all the time. Really? Yeah. John roderick. What would you say to somebody move them gun over behind the other macguffin perfect? Exactly. So yeah. You use it to mean like Gizmo, or we talked about what are we talking about the turbo and calculator? Yeah. Right macguffin in narrative context is just a plot element that has to be there. But doesn't matter it's arbitrary, but at central like if a one line fix hitch, Hitchcock character can say we have to get that back. That's the microfilm the Russians want, and then the rest of the movie can go about its business because we all say, yes, the statue has the microphone, it's the plausible origin. Yes. The plausible orange and the thing about the birds is there is no macguffin birds are just gonna come after you. They're going to slam into your phone booth. They're going gonna get tangled in your hair, they're going to pick out people's eyes. They're going to menace recess and it will never be explained this nature as cruel and vile. This makes a lot more sense. Why this had such a profound effect on my mom? I remember watching it and feeling the watching this little excerpt of it and feeling like really, this is the horror. But it's, but it's the psychology not the actual bird and the effects are are you're right in some scenes, not great sometimes their model birds. Sometimes it's obviously birdshot against that yellow or green process screen, sometimes they're pretty, but sometimes as we will see there are real trained birds acting with the actors, and that's kind of what's interesting on the tippy Hedren side, Hitchcock Castro in this movie. It's introducing tippy Hendron he put tippy in single quotes. Which is a weird. That's hype. I don't know..

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"grace kelly" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"At when Grace Kelly goes across the way, and they see that the killer is there they see that ribbon Burr is in the apartment or those moments where Raymond Burr's there smoking a cigarette. And you just see that little red dot across the way and stuff. So the moments of helplessness that. What does I I love that both of these characters both played by Jimmy Stewart? Both have these weird name. So it's a LB Jeff Jefferies when it's rear window, and then it's John Scottie. Ferguson. Scotty in quotes that they have these kind of similar nicknames. But the helplessness that I'll be Jeffries has as over there across the way with the cast on his leg and can't do anything when he sees that his girls in trouble in kind of the same way. Jake's they're looking at Gloria, and he really he can try to do stuff, but he's not ever going to be able to save her. And then. Yeah after she gets murdered. We have the interview with the police detective, and it is very similar to the whole Henry Jones tribunal thing that Scotty goes through in vertigo where it's just like let me completely humiliate. You let me emasculate you. Let me give you all as much shame as I possibly can. And just make you feel as terrible as possible. About you because you were ineffectual, and you couldn't save this girl. Some underpants. Oh, no. Where'd you go? She dropped him in the trash who lorries and you just pick them. Yeah. Munns, gully tell the truth you fucked her in you kept him for a souvenir. No what? No, you didn't fucker. Keep them. Oh, maybe you're just a harmless panty sniffer. Is that you got a dirty mind. That's a laugh you people you follower. You fuck. Are you keep our little pennies as memento? And then you take a seat on a fifty yard. That's not what happened. I tried to save her. Some save Scully. Remind me to put my life in your hand. Speaking of Hitchcock references that we do we mention that the the murder has with of dilemma for murder as well with the the phone cord. Oh, yeah. I totally didn't get that. Thank you for pointing that one out. I didn't really want to cycle analyze diploma too much as far as like he's coming off a divorce because him Nancy Allen split right before this movie. Like, I don't know if he's necessarily trying to exercise. So then the movie takes this really interesting turn and we've gone from Jake the voyeur to now we become Jake the investigator after you've seen someone brutally murdered. I imagine that sometimes passed because he's got a good semi growth of beard. He's got at least Don Johnson going on here, which is appropriate because he's about to get introduced to the Melanie Griffith character Holly body, and which again is great that he's diplomas now working with the daughter of a to be Hedren in this film, her character is based allot on the actress Annette haven, and in the indicator disk, the Palme goes out of his way to never say her name, which really kind of hurts being that guy who people have referred to. Everyone's while as some guy. It kills me when it's like how much is it gonna take for you to actually say the person's name rather than? I interviewed this actress or I was talking to this actress, and it's just like, no, no say the woman's name so say Heymann's name, but yes, she basically helped build the entire Holly body character. And from what I understand she was even up for the role in audition. And then she ended up not getting the role, but then still being an advisor to Melanie Griffith, and kind of helping her out with the role, which seems kind of humiliating thing to me, and she pops up in the relaxed sequences. Well, which is also interesting that you mentioned that he he actively excise is her name from the indicator Blu Ray because in the in the Noah baumbach depalma documentary. He has no problem named checking her. But it would be used to doing nudity. So I so when I get a porn star at become very close to a net havens who was a fascinating character because she was an adult actress entertainer, I basically created the whole character based around the net..

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"grace kelly" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And I was asked if I'd be willing to take her in because she's now having problems with going to the potty outside and isn't responding well to giving treats and encouragement, so my co workers losing hope and wanting to find a new owner that has the time to retrain her because I can't take her into my home due to the fact that I five you're young children. I thought I would ask you if there's anything my co worker can do for this poor dog before finding a suitable home for her. That's a tough one because the tough one you got a German shepherd collie mix anyway, so naturally quite predisposed could be maybe not but could be to maybe some nervous issues. Quite fearful and Doug that hasn't had a has had an unpleasant pass. And so I think if you'll co-worker doesn't have enough time for your dog for the dog than she definitely needs to find the dog somewhere else to go. And as soon as possible because really this is the time now, wait you really need to help the dog. And if it's an F she doesn't have time then yes to rehome as soon as possible. I mean, that's all I can say, and what did she be better off finding like a single person or a couple without kids or other couple without kits. Yeah. Couple out kids that have the time to devote to this to this ducks to highly energetic breeds to very sensitive breeds as well. So it will be good. I mean, you we all want is when we're in rescue. We will what that perfect family. We want them horrific person that can take in this dog. But this does need time and attention and so in a calm situation too. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. So I wish I could say more. This is what you should do this this and this, and this is a feel like this does not even at that place yet where it can maybe go to a training class or just exercise is important. You knows work again as much as you can send work is is really good sent what games you can go on my website, positively dot com, and you can see some sent what games there any anything like that can get the dog's mind working is is good because you've got to working braids and pretty pretty intelligent means as well. Then maybe a little bit of training something like that in a positive way. Try and get your dog's mind focused on something good. But it can be done can be done. Oh, yes. It can be done. You just need time. And a lot of people because they're working don't have the time. And so these babies they just get worse and worse and worse because you know, they don't get given the life skills which to cope in which to be successful in the home. So unfortunate things can get bad. But yeah. But if you find that you do find that perfect. Yes. In which? Is out there, then she might have a wonderful wonderful life. I hope so perfect. All right. Well, there you go look at that. All that time, we chatted shot chatted. And it's like my mom says where does the time go anyway. So we'll see you next podcast the next podcast. I'm excited about this. Because next podcast. We have Grace Kelly. Herbert who is the most incredible woman I've ever met moa your. But she is one of the most incredible. And at her story is is amazing and wonderful. So you go to tune in next week. Okay. Looking forward to it..

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"grace kelly" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"That's a tough one because the tough one you got a German shepherd collie mix anyway, so naturally quite predisposed could be maybe not but could be to maybe some nervous issues. Quite fearful and dog that hasn't had a has had an unpleasant pass. So I think if you'll co worker doesn't have enough time for your dog for the dog, then she definitely needs to find the dog somewhere else to go. And as soon as possible because really this is the time now, wait you really need to help a dog. And if it's an if she doesn't have time then yes to rehome as soon as possible. I mean, that's all I can say, and what did she be better off finding like a single person or a couple without kids or other without kits. Yeah. Coupla out kids that have the time to devote to this to this ducks to highly energetic breeds to very sensitive breeds as well. So it will be good. I mean, you we all want is when we're in rescue. We will what that perfect family. We want them perfect person that can take in this dog. But this doesn't need time and this dove needs attention. And so in a calm situation too. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. So I wish I could say more. This is what you should do this this and this, and this is just a feel like that is not even at that place yet where it can maybe go to a training class. Oh, just exercise is important knows work again as much as you can send work is really good. Sent what games you can go on my website, positively dot com, and you can see some sent what games there any anything. Like that get the dog's mind working is is good because you've got to working braids and pretty pretty intelligent reads as well, then maybe a little bit of training something like that in a positive way. Try and get your dog's mind, and it focused on something. Good. But it can be done can be done. Yes. It can be done. You just need time. And a lot of people because they're working don't have the time. And so these babies they just get worse and worse and worse because you know, they don't get given the life skills which to cope in which to be successful in the home. So unfortunate things can get bad. But yeah. But if you find that you do find that perfect. Yes. In which? Is out there again, she might have a wonderful wonderful life. I hope so perfect. All right. Well, there you go look at all that time we try to try to it in. It's like my mom says where does the time go anyway. So we'll see you next podcast the next polka some excited about this. Because next costs have Grace Kelly. Herbert who is the most incredible woman I've ever met your. But she's one of the most incredible people met, and at her story is is amazing and wonderful. So you tune in next week. Okay. Looking forward to it..

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"grace kelly" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"That's a tough one because it's the tough one you got a German shepherd collie mix anyway, so naturally quite predisposed could be maybe not but could be to maybe some nervous issues. Quite fearful and Doug hasn't had you know has had an unpleasant pass. And so I think if you'll co worker doesn't have enough time for your dog for the dog, then she definitely needs to find the dog somewhere else to go. And as soon as possible because really this is the time now, wait you really need to help the dog. And if it's an she doesn't have time then yes to rehome as soon as possible. I mean, that's all I can say, and what did she be better off finding like a single person or a couple without kids or other without kits. Yeah. Couple of kids that have the time to devote to this to this ducks to highly energetic breeds you quote to very sensitive breeds as well. So it will be good. I mean, we all want is when we're in rescue. We will what that perfect family. We want them perfect person that can take in this dog. But this does need time and his attention. And so in a calm situation too. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. So I wish I could say more that this is what you should do this this and this and this because it does feel like this Dokes not even at that place yet where it can maybe go to a training class. Just exercise is important Yunos work again as much as you can send work is is really good sent what games you can go on my website, positively dot com, and you can see some sent what games there any anything. Like that that get the dog's mind working is is good because you've got to working braids and pretty pretty intelligent reads as well, then maybe a little bit of training something like that in a positive way. Try and get your dog's mind and focused on something. Good. But it can be done can be done. Oh, yes. It can be done. You just need time. And a lot of people because they're working don't have the time. And so these babies they just get worse and worse and worse because you know, they don't get given the life skills which to cope in which to be successful in the home. So unfortunate things can get. Bad. But yeah. But if you find that you do find that perfect. Yes. In which is out there, again, she might have a wonderful wonderful life. I hope so perfect. All right. There you go. Look at all that time, we chatted charted. And it's like my mom says where does the time go anyway. So we'll see you next podcast the next polka some excited about this. Because next podcast have Grace Kelly. Herbert who is the most incredible woman I've ever met your. But she's one of the most incredible. And at her story is is amazing and wonderful. So you go to tune.

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"grace kelly" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"And he's a kid with someone who's a Princess of Monaco. So his son who was like hot and French grace Kelly's grandmothers Grace, Kelly, how it's the whole thing was so interesting and he was talking about it. He's again, I had a kid that had sex with the Princess, like it was so funny, and if you have, he's all around the country now and like he's really, it's so crazy. He's like, if I go on a date to Morocco, like the girl, she knows route loves me. He's like, if I go on a date in America, literally nobody knows why. And he's like, it has to stop what that's actually soon. They stick somebody club. He's all they want is a bit of normalcy and the achieve it in some countries and another is like, that's kind of cool not his jokes were just still finding. He was like in France, like they die like screen, everyone in the room was French half. The show was French l. Jerry and who's making so many jokes that ALgeria was so funny. And I'm not even Jerry. He did like four shows. It was, you know, he did like four shows. It was so impressive. You did like English Arabic Moroccan French Hebrew a little bit and like everyone audience was like, I was laughing, the jokes in French, like it was so weird. It was so funny and now he's doing a whole American toward like, I only want things like comic swearing other comics. So if he's companies Boston's a big show in LA, like if she was so funny into premium and everyone there was so hot French people like Hadi's that seems like the most important detail eighties except. Get after it. I got the next heckler this old man. When when me and Denver walking in, he was like scalping for tickets. We saw him and then it got seated next us isn't that weird? That is weird. Like being such a heckler? He was annoying. The shit out of me. He was like nine years old. He looks like bells dab from beauty entities. MAURICE, I hate.

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"grace kelly" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

10:00 min | 2 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"One thousand nine hundred eighty five and you'll see why that's going to be important to our conversation today. But I would not be able to do anything here because I'm not mechanically inclined. If it weren't for Derek stone. My very talented producer looking at me through the double glass and making sure that everything is running. All right. Derek? It's great to see you again, great to see to it. And you know, we have a very very special show for you everybody today, you know, as I mentioned to you the last couple of weeks serve recapping the trip that I took and had to take seeing relatives in New York City and staying with very very good friends, the Smiths on the coast of New Jersey where I grew up in Mandal located in bay head on the coast, and it was so lyrical so beautiful. I don't know whether it was the almost flaming red sun that came or I'm sorry flaming red moon that almost came up over the horizon that maybe think how beautiful the area is. And how it is inspired artists for one hundred fifty. Years to go there from the Hudson river to the luminous, and as you know, we serve like talked about artists from the area, and the beauty of those as they say in the old maps from the seventeenth century that low sandy land, and what that landscape really as well, we have a special show today where I think this really brings it up. I think to it's apex. And I'm so glad he was able to join us today are distinguished guest. Is Jeffrey Granahan executive director of the ocean city. Historical museum in beautiful ocean City, New Jersey, long known as America's greatest family resort ocean city was incorporated in the eighteen eighties with its first residents arriving just prior to the civil war. Located in Cape May county and quite near Atlantic City. The town would benefit from the summer exodus of Philadelphians and New Yorkers in search of healthful breezes, an open landscape of beaches and salt marshes into indulge in that turn of the century twentieth. Century mania ocean bathing among the affluent Philadelphians who would help define the term jersey shore was John. John Brendan Jack Kelly three time Olympic gold medalist in rowing and patriarch of a family of three stunning daughters and a son who would also become an Olympic champion. However, it would be the third child who had captured the hearts of millions Grace Kelly America. And especially the residents of ocean city would follow Grace Kelly superlative progress from Academy Award winning actor, including three iconic films with Alfred Hitchcock to becoming her serene. Highness the Princess of Monaco in nineteen fifty-six mR Macron Eoghan will spotlight Grace Kelly and the continuing legacy of the Kelly family in ocean city, but also described the cultural anchor that is the historical museum in its ongoing mission, and I quote to delight inspire and educate the public about the story of ocean City, New Jersey and to collect preserve and promote items relevant to its heritage traditions and memories, Jeffrey mcclanahan, welcome to speaking of art. Thank you for having me, Edwin it is delightful to be able to speak with you. And I know that you're you're speaking with me probably from the museum itself. I hope you're enjoying the beautiful weather that we have had now for the last day or so it's sort of a hint of fall. But it it's perfect weather though to enjoy the shore and that beautiful city of ocean City, New Jersey. Well, it's definitely good museum weather. One of the few people that root for bad weather here in ocean city because there's nothing else to do when you can't go out to the beach people love to come to the museum. You know, one thing that that that struck me Jeffrey when I was doing my research and talking with you and the development of that fabulous city ocean City, New Jersey, really is quite a city. I mean, it has been for decades and decades the architecture is very diverse. There's a Spanish influence there's a lot of stucco. It's very different from say what we think of the Victorian shore houses of where I came from you know, about an hour or so north in bay head and mantle. Okay. And and also to your south in Cape May known for you know, that that stick that shingle Victorian style. It's much more eclectic in ocean city, and actually very very interesting. And the fact that it's attracted people for such a long time from the Kelly's and everybody on. I mean, I it doesn't take take you far. And you're reading about New Jersey history at the turn of the twentieth century to realize all the people who are coming to the shore supplanting people who'd been there for generations, of course, native Americans and all that that ocean city has been a part of the history of New Jersey end its coast pretty much, you know, for the last hundred hundred twenty years anyway. Yes. Absolutely one of the things about you mentioned, the kind of of ocean city one of the things that. The founders did was they wanted to. In may. So. They wanted a connection to Philadelphia from the get-go. There's always been. With. They they took an opportunity after the civil war ocean grove that other great. Yes. In north jersey was really focusing attention on the New York and north jersey market, founder soul opportunity where they wanted to provide an opportunity. Economic economic and religious to ring in Philadelphia and give them an opportunity and the surrounding countryside to bring them to a religious retreat area. I'm so that was really kind of all the way there at the beginning. Yes. Yeah. You know in what you say. You know, I it sparks my up here in in in Michigan and up north in Petoskey. There are several including one architecturally very very significant association. That is Methodist inspired when it started the just before the turn of the century. The I think it's the it was at the bay harbor association and Petoskey I mean, where the Methodist would go, and they would create not only these wonderful communities great architecture, but also they would be magnets for the arts. And I imagine ocean city benefited from that orientation from the very beginning. Yes. The founders were very open. They were looking for. To not only make Methodist retreat, but also vied for granted. It was only Christian that they were looking to reach out to but they weren't specifically sectarian. And then the architecture one of the things you mentioned, the Spanish style. We can point to actually one person in particular who had an a tremendous amount of impact. In ocean city architecture. It was a local boy his name was Vivian Smith. And he's architecture. There's some reason to believe that he may have even designed Jack Kelly. Wow. Okay. Spanish style. He has the credit as being the designer of ocean city city hall, the very famous music, peer. Oh, yes. Yes. A apartment complex. Now, a condo ocean court, which we believe was done signed by him, and he Nicole of his career in the mid to late nineteen twenties. And so it would make sense that Jack Kelly would want to bring the best architect at the time down to design his home and his house is still standing I take. I guess there were two houses built a second house built nineteen sixty if I remember correctly there at Wesleyan twenty-six street, right on the beach, and they're both still standing are. They privately owned. I know they're outside of the Kelly family now, Jeff. Ladder. How did the was was demolished about ten years ago? Spanish style is still there and the owners of their private people, but they are patient with all of the people are fascinated by the Kelly mystique, well it, but when we talk about that, you know, a little bit. I mean, I I want to talk about to about the architecture and just the geography of the place is really so interesting, you know, just just just sort of like prepare the ground a little bit. What you said about that Methodist influence in the fact that there was kind of like an overarching orientation, not just religious cultural also very different from where I came from an hour north in mantle and bay head which were essentially just sort of like pure real estate speculations on sandbars and barrier islands in the eighteen eighties or eighteen seventies eighteen eighties. There seems to have been a little bit something different in it must've been that proximity to Philadelphia. I mean, not that New Jersey is the welcoming, Matt Pennsylvania. But I mean, it seems that it was within striking distance. And it seems to have developed a more sophisticated way if I can say it that way with all these amenities. I mean that I love the photographs of the of the ferry chugging over two summers point in the various islands in barrier beaches, and everything, of course, I talked about the salt marshes and the parks that are inland. It is really a spectacular landscape along the eastern shore of the United States. I'm particularly partial to it. But I think I'm a little bit biased. The development is quite interesting. They really felt like they were providing an opportunity. In.

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"grace kelly" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"A couple without kids or other without kits? Yeah, couple out kids that have the time to devote to this to this ducks to highly energetic breeds to very sensitive breeds as well. So it will be good. I mean, you we all want is when we're in rescue will what that perfect family. We won't them horrific person that can take in this dog, but this does need time and his dog needs attention. And so in a calm situation too. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. So I wish I could say more that this is what you should do this, this, and this and this because it does feel like that this dog's, not even at that place yet where it can maybe go to a training cloth. So just exercise is important. Yunos work again as much as you can send work is really good sent what games you can go on my website positively dot com. And you can see some sent what games there any, anything like that that can get the dog's mind working is is good because you've got to working braids and pretty pretty intelligent means as well. Then maybe a little. Training something like that in a positive. Way try and get your. Dog's mind, and focused on something good but it can be done can be done oh. Yes it can be done you just need time and a, lot of people because they're working all the time and. So these babies that just get worse. And. Worse, because. You know they don't get given the life skills which to cope in which to, be, successful than the home so unfortunately things can get bad but yeah, but if you find that you do find that perfect yes in which is out. There then she might have. A wonderful wonderful life I hope so perfect all right well there you go look at all that time we try to chatted and it's. Like my mom says where does the time go anyway, so we'll see you next podcast the next polka some excited about this because next podcast have Grace Kelly Herbert who is the most incredible woman. I've ever met your I just but she's. One of the most incredible people. I've ever met, and her story is is amazing and wonderful so..

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"grace kelly" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"You had this opportunity would you take the opportunity to enter into what is essentially foreign territory would you do what let's say grace kelly did the philadelphia socialite and of course american movie actress starting in some of the early hitchcock movies who wound up becoming princess grace of monaco married prince rainier man considerably her her senior and some would say you already had all the trappings with hollywood you were you were a princess of hollywood but she decided to to get married into that royal family and indeed that's how she lived out the rest of her life if you were just an american and by some chance you had a chance let's say to meet royalty like this and a romance developed would you marry into such a circumstance oh you're never going to be on welfare again that's for sure you'll have all the the fame and all the fortune you could ever want but would you do it i have to wonder what kind of an artificial existences would be yes there would be certain parts of your life that would be forever better you would never again be worrying about a lot of things like financial things but again would this be ideal for your happiness what kind of a motherinlaw is elizabeth anyway i don't know although of course in this case that wouldn't be your your your motherinlaw per se but sort of a grandmother in law i guess but you get my drift you're talking about pretty powerful people here one eight six six five o jimbo is our number one eight six six five zero five four six two six is an interesting and i would suppose dotting proposition for many people to get involved in something like this in a way to a lesser degree i suppose maybe something comparable would be marrying a hollywood star or a rock musician think about that would it be worth it with the fame and the fortune be worth it or would you in fact be entering into a relationship with such extreme pressures that maybe your chance for frankly happiness might be jeopardized the bed.

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"grace kelly" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on Movie Crush

"Yeah in rear window i mean you know who's not a creep looking at grace kelly but but a lot of times when you feel that that math happening in the screenplay for me it it sort of strangles the ability for anyone to pop out like david sioulas in naked right you know you never get that much of a barf of like humanity but for some reason back to the future still has that yeah and i wonder how much was preplanned how much was improv and i and i bet as much as that movie feels like a constructed rudimentary structured fair i bet that there are moments in their of just happy accidents of of of because when you sort of set everything in a very particular particular direction i think you you make you know you make those other moments possible right and i'm sure this is not the case but but like you make possible someone you know that last line someone could you know christopher lloyd is so in the head of doc brown that i'm sure if they didn't write that line for him but instead said if you if there's anything you'd like to say during this last point in the movie like oh four you know improv alliance whatever's on your mind i bet you wouldn't it wouldn't be so bad you know it would probably be in line with what they wrote anyway but everything was so popping and that movie like li i was looking at thompson and i was just like man of course like a great.

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"grace kelly" Discussed on Fashion Hags

Fashion Hags

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on Fashion Hags

"I gotta check the mail. I'm sort of random internet phone number from like, Iowa, satellite phone untraceable. Eighties. I'm gonna into Saddam a phone on the volleyball thing post. Hey by burner Burt we're gonna go to the gas station, and we're gonna get a burner phone. Did you burner? Get him burner. You can call. It shows burners, dude, what is your deal. I gotta get to the bottom of this inquiry mines the more the more like what the less you have. Yes. You watch the limo and his only get nicer this is like some beer window shit. This is some heavy man. Oh, boy, sit up there in your hand. Kelly and who is great guy. Grace Kelly now Joe away, he's always wearing the same thing. But Grace Kelly didn't watch the whole time. Name. You would be you'd be no what's his name. Oh, Emma him do the wonderful life. Jimmy, Stewart the guy breaks like like. Yep. Yeah. And shorts pants is. I feel would be would be very bodies Grace Kelly in this moment because you. Yep. Yeah. Yep. Good fascinating. I'm gonna keep you guys post recasting ru window and your Katherine Hepburn with a broken leg sitting in. Now, we've done it guys. I can't think of a better way to this. Coun. So I really should appeared in the break. But it did they. Hey, it's getting late. Kissy? Well, you had your chance, and you blew it. Yeah. Popcorn chicken team. Does anyone popping spins? No. Like, no problem. If I you the popcorn chicken Boutin, man. I do not know what that phrase means. But I do not wanna know. My spends pop pop them like when you're when you're head pops. Because your core isn't strong enough to stop your your head from. I thought it was joke because. All the grand to scrapping himself on these spans. Spans? What your parents say big all the kids are saying figure skating. I'm Nick your Instagram hashtags. Boy, all the usual spots. Yes. Yes. Yes. Fun fashioning at out fashioning podcast on Instagram, Twitter and a great onto eter. But we're on their check it if we're late sunny Dobson. But thank you, also so much relinquish the best hearing from you more this topic to so if you have any ideas future fashion is no, yes, definitely. That would be so great. It does not have to base in fact as well. No, no. You guys have a lot of opinions funny. And you need to have a couple of dick jokes up your sleeve that doesn't hurt. And you gotta stand by them fiercely. Yes. All three of them. Yes. Absolutely. Just like little little jobs at the patriarchy. Yes. Fuck them. Fuck mall with the dick right works. I think the thing now. Tune. We have to go. Yeah. We love. You more. Hey..

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"grace kelly" Discussed on Fashion Hags

Fashion Hags

02:05 min | 5 years ago

"grace kelly" Discussed on Fashion Hags

"She looks confident and comfortable like having fun. Yeah. Yeah. That always that always gets to you look at these women, and they have to like you see the image of whatever whoever Amy Adams looking on the on the web carpet. And then you see like footage from the red carpet and them like acutely calculated angles, and like some fixing their dress and pull their sleeve and flip their hair and turn their airing. There's like oh. Exhausting exhausting and then down the bottom is like doing curtsy. And like looking great, you know, she looks like she's having a good time. Garas like. Forty seven degrees left right over here over here. Oh god. So yeah. My picks are always the the unexpected Farber thrice in at weird baby doll thing. Weird and see through whatever. Baby shit's crazy. Crazy thing. Like, oh, yes. Go for that. Because everything else like way back in the day used to be like, I mean, like Grace Kelly was like the epitome of yes. Glamour? Because you fuck in Grace Kelly. But now everybody looks like Grace Kelly. Everybody has access to the most beautiful gowns in the world. Best hairdressers Harry Winston do. Yeah. Stir the pot. I will say if you want to look at some like crazy award shows anything Grammy's just Grammy's, that's a fun. Yeah. Award shit. Harry your vibe then. Very very also some tragedies at the American country music awards as well which. Shell boob. One boob out in the one. Oh, I love it. And go for it. But get on that on the Grammy awards red carpet train 'cause it's a fun. It's a fun time. Good ted. What are your picks?.

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