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"grandmotherly" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

The World and Everything In It

03:15 min | Last month

"grandmotherly" Discussed on The World and Everything In It

"Nick anchor. You know the truth doesn't need complicated language. Here's some good evidence of that. Now from world commentator steve west in the great green room there was a telephone and a red balloon and a picture of the cow jumping over the moon parents. How many times have you read the words of goodnight moon. Two children interested in deferring bedtime are read it hundreds of times it. I suspect that book as well as some other children's books have been as much to us to your children that's because their authors wrote true adult stories using child size words. They're writing not for children but for themselves. They capture childlike wonder and a few musical words. Take the author obey bar. Laurente debruyn hav in two thousand eighteen. The ninety two year old completed has final book in the series. I like to make the elephant alive. Debruyn hav told an interviewer. The elephant is a very appealing animal with his big years and trunk. Even when it's not dressed up like a human debris hav has been writing and drawing elephants since nineteen forty-five infected by an elephant teen passion nurtured by his father who wrote the first babe our book in nineteen thirty one. He's not trying to relate to children much less to speak down to them. He's addressing his love of elephants to them much as he would to adults but with fewer and simpler words. Margaret wise brown author of goodnight moon wrote her books out of her own love of nature. A loved nurtured by time spent among the giant live oaks. Dunes in seagrass of cumberland island georgia whenever i read the simple lines of goodnight moon. I'm comforted by the pleasing cadence. The sense of security conveyed by the particular familiar things in the child's room and the presence of the grandmotherly bunny waiting for the child asleep and good night moon particular things matter immensely things we pass over in every day adult life things like two little kittens and a pair of mittens and a little toy house and a young mouse and comb brush and a bowl full of mush yet another book. I love you forever. Deals with the weighty topics of familial love and we're tally in it over the recurring chorus of i love you forever. I like you for always. As long as i'm living my baby you'll be. The child grows and the parents age until near the end of life the child becomes the parent and a sense the caregiver and sings a love. You forever. i'll like you for always as long as i'm living my mommy you'll be that when made both me and my son cry. Robert mosh wrote the book after he and his wife had two stillborn babies he later said for a long time. I had it in my head. And i couldn't even sing it because every time i tried to sing it i cried. It was very strange having a song in my head that i couldn't sing. You can't read. I love you forever without a tyranny. I or catching your throat. But whatever you feel washes up on the shores of deep abiding family love stories for adults.

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Word Of Faith's Pattern Of Abuse 'Got Worse Over Time,' Says 'Broken Faith' Author

Morning Edition

06:52 min | 1 year ago

Word Of Faith's Pattern Of Abuse 'Got Worse Over Time,' Says 'Broken Faith' Author

"Jane Whaley was not satisfied with being a pastor's wife she believed god had bigger plans for her so she pushed against all the norms that kept her from the pulpit and found the church and spend their North Carolina called the word of faith fellowship the church's website shows people singing and smiling Jane Whaley at center stage from the outside it looks like a community of pious believers but some former members say the dangerous cult these people believe that Jane Whaley was their path to salvation and that if they did anything that went against her wishes they would get cancer and die or they would become drug addicts these are things that Jane way we would tell them it was Holbrook more he and Mitch Weiss a fellow AP reporter have been looking into abuse allegations within the church for years our colleague Rachel Martin spoke with them about their new book broken faith and just a note here the story does include descriptions of that alleged abuse there is two sides Jayme wellies yours that's sweet southern grandmotherly type and then there's the Jane that nobody sees except church members the one who screaming at the top of a longs congregants warning them that the devils have to come out it's like the Jekyll and Hyde right Holbrooke can you describe what people saw in her what was bringing them to this church I think that in the beginning when people would go to the church they were selling a lot of love yeah the members of this church they live in nice homes they drive nice cars the children are well mannered they have a Christian school so I think when a lot of families first go there everything seems great but over time Janeway Lee and her other ministers they take more and more control of your lives in fact a lot of times they'll remove children from their families home it and place them with ministers to be raised and what that does is over time sometimes those kids care more about the minister's than their own parents so it makes it difficult for families to leave so it's not a quick thing where you just walk in the door and they say Hey come on in you can come in you can never leave we're gonna take your television magazines radio all that away from you an institute all these rules it's a slow progressive thing and Mitch she when the other church leadership they would use family members against one another I mean hobar talked about how they would separate children sometimes as leverage but they got family members to serve as informants almost absolutely you have to realize they believe that Jane well it was a profit that god spoke to her and everything she said was the gospel and one of the techniques that she used what she had everybody informed on each other it was in a way she would have them tell her their deepest darkest secrets and then she kept the file of those secrets and if they threatened to leave or did something wrong she had all the evidence she needed there to keep them in line so it it was a range of emotional and psychological abuse but from interviews you did with a hundred or so former members you were able to reconstruct a pattern of a violent physical abuse can you just a lay out for us some of those more extreme examples of that yes it was something that that really got worse over time and you have to understand what her philosophy is the doctrine is is really pretty simple doubles a real and if you're a drug addict it's because you have this drug gavel if you know your alcoholic the same if you're having an affair it's the same thing there are there lawful devils and so what she would do is it was called devils and deliverance where they would have people surround you and scream at you at to get the devils out get out double yeah and and it will go on and on and on perfect example is with the baby if babies cry it wasn't because they were hungry or they had a dirty diaper it was because it was a devil inside them that was making them cry so you would have groups of people surrounding a you know in a fan and screaming until that baby would just get tired and finally you know go to sleep and not to scream it just it just to be specific this method call blasting they are they're right in front of the subject's face right there screaming into the baby's ears enter a like inches from her face exactly and that's how she started at the beginning with her congregants over time it became more and more violent it wasn't enough just to screen to scare the devils out of people now you had to punch people you had to hold them down to restrain them you had to choke them you had to do everything possible to get rid of that devil and that's when it became extremely violent that's where the people who who recounted their stories would break down to us they would tell us about their injuries and they couldn't go to doctors they couldn't be treated because they knew what would happen so they had to keep it secret but it's those beatings that that really it's still seared into their planes now they can't get rid of those images those nightmares there is a lot of suspense in this tale but it's it's not fiction I mean this is this is a real life accounting of how the church destroyed these lives but you're you're so specific I mean it reads like fiction though you could you've you're recreating dialogue how did you do that we tried to talk to as many people as we could about any particular incident that we wanted to write about let's not often interviewed him together multiple times over a period of five years really we look for please reports department social services child welfare investigation documents we have recordings from inside the church videos so we just tried to to use all the resources that we could find to tell this story in the most compelling way that we could several lawsuits have been brought against the church and its members over the years has anyone been held accountable for the abuse there are five people currently charged with assaulting a former member of the church Matthew Fenner he says that he was beaten to expel his homosexual demons back in two thousand thirteen but so far nobody's been convicted in that case and Matthew fenders waiting for justice the fact that you have the sheriff you have the district attorney all these people who have looked the

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"They look good but in terms of like mind me comfortable mountain I just kind of felt the same and so he was actually saying that he hasn't been comfortable in any of those eight prior starts either and in this particular one it caught up to him I was kind of sick of them tired of not being super comfortable in kind of an athletic on amount so he's like I feel pretty much the same as I have for the last eight straight so on the man yeah I'm like what is that I think he needs it feels like stiff like is for his motions not fluid and he's kind of like searching for a lawyer to get mark ability in here because Marco told me what you see here and Syndergaard excuses excuse Lois yes his button here at some point okay you said after five let it get to me time is not on grandmotherly Yankee fan yes well whatever I don't know I mean you know I'm not he said he thought it was you he thought we had good material today that you were going to go off on similar because he said I feel on athletic but that's not what he said he was making excuses so I kind of roll with that last hour thing and Chris is gonna have all these clips anything and I'm not the horsemen were less is blank right care here's more global and with a Yankee hat on okay that's fine Marco's feel than before so he's comfortable explain to me so this morning I walked in and you were like how you gonna group realty Joe's gonna go nuts you got I've these puts the plate Syndergaard making excuses yeah everything they're playing is everything but excuse help me out play the ones with excuses which one sees he's on comfortable I but he said that but you also said his contacts will you also said you feel comfortable in in the six stores before that would be great he said I he goes the numbers were good but I haven't been able to get comfortable you stay in the in the eight prior starts ever qualities he's like I wasn't comfortable either he said I the same tonight as I did in the other eight starts and just it didn't work out this time all right and then he's also in the first inning I had good stuff it just didn't work yeah that one we didn't get to be done also say stop last night in fairness that one that you played is not in our regular stuff now while you had that night have access to and I didn't hear it until you actually played it so the one where he ever was on tape last night and he has the ability wasn't in the the rack that I had been so certain is that when I didn't hear this one here and get you kicked in like that is kinda is a different perspective on things definitely in a terrible feeling just disappointed myself or have the opportunity to go out there and and do something big tonight and hello Tina came here for that everything you want all right here and that's that's the one cost and I did have access to the only ones I got where I was uncomfortable I can't get right you know I had good stuff it just didn't work come on imagine cutting Syndergaard last night in leaving out the one he said this call who is going to take I don't either we need to go that's the best because I understand and you sold me down the road no less and when you played it on the first up and I was kind of like or don't come from unless the S. NY postgame didn't play that and then we got that from I don't know this is this is the problem with a lot of people around here they knew their job well or not well yes you can always rely on which just right after the game I agree there's so much stuff out there and try this this is really cool thing if you you might not have heard of a Joe I'm not sure I know you like technology you guys might have it's called global or two days Google.

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Looks. Don't matter money under maze bags or gifts never ever humiliate the wife but beast of yano either didn't know or didn't care because she broke every last rule in the mistress terms and agreements. She went right shelly. She said to the people in the office. I'm going to own the office one day and she said to the clipper people. She says. This is going to be my team. One day i mean just bold really bold and i and it all got back to me. You know it's so good i if you got i listened to it all in like a sixteen gene hour period. You guys wanna do that but it's great if you're gonna be in your car. It's great if you're going to be in a plane is if you're a fan one of long-form like like us for binge ables what the point is right. It's like that's why you release all five episodes at once like doing and i think you're gonna find that that that people people are going to binge now. I got a whole bunch of questions. Let me get into some of these <hes>. How did you come up with this. And how long have you been working on it. I think i always knew i was going to do something bigger on this reporting on reported the presence do several times. I felt like i was in a movie as your reporting it like you're like you could not make this stuff up. You couldn't write these characters any better than they actually are and the way it all unfolded and then i i always i think the thing that it really brought it home was when shelly sterling sells the clippers out from under donald sterling by getting him declared mentally until he incapacitated and you go in great detail. I think that's episode for five and you go into great detail on how she pulled that off and that leads me to my next question. It was shocked shocked at how candid she was. How did you get shelly sterling to talk to you about this as openly as she did so shelly sterling was this just this nicely grandmotherly old woman now right around with chanel bag and she do you know like none of us really. We just show you just kinda like there. Nobody really knew shelly is in the press at least <hes> and there uh remember reporting on this and seeing this older couple one day in the press room was game five and you talk about this episode of the episodes and they were wearing airing this team shelly shirt and i go team shelley what's going on here because she was kind of toxic was like everybody just wanted. Everything sterling gone on their team so like gotta be shelley's friends with this is about so. I just went up remember. They used to let everyone in the pressroom. We used to call it clubs. I love sterling and then it's the soft serve machine on halftime because donald and shelly is friends would want to have some software right right so i went up to them and this woman's name was katherine bauman. She's one of shelley's really good friends and she started telling me about shelley and how she felt. It was not fair that shelly was going down for what donald had done that shelly owns half the team and she shouldn't have to be banned for life as well. She shouldn't pay for the sins of her husband and i was like you know i i kinda see that i kind of understand that and i remember the n._b._a. Was very hard line at first they were like we're selling the donald's banned for life. He's outta here. We're gonna vote them out at the board of governors and shelly in her lawyers went to the league and said there's a community property case here and instead of fighting. Are you in court on that case which we believe we would win. I don't know if they would the n._b._a. Charters pretty pretty pretty strong on this and even shelly's lawyer admits he was on pan yeah he was good. He's in the series so donald is one of my favorite characters right so anyway so he <hes> so they go to the league and say why don't you let us sell the team for you and they said that's nice..

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Years. Yeah. And here by the way, he in nineteen eighty he went up against Reagan for the nomination. Yes. That's right. And then Reagan made him be VP. So here is the story today. Okay. So Barbara Bush's grandmotherly veneer made Nancy Reagan seat. She wanted her to change the way she dressed and to do something with their hair and her makeup. Well, think about it. Nancy Reagan comes from Hollywood stupor fischel super thin had her sued psychic on, you know, she was considered kind of a colder woman. I mean, it wasn't Hughes. The stepmother she famously had problems with you know, the kid. Yes. A couple of the kids Nancy was envious of how self-confidence Barbara Bush was for social sanding shit, a very close knit family. Yeah. Yeah. And Barbara had a sense of style pearls. Well, she did. And Burma thought that Nancy Reagan was brittle. Shallow and failed to forge closer even functional relationships with their kids, shoes, truly baffled. Oops. Oops. Okay. So in the early nineteen ninety story circulated about Nancy Reagan, treating Barbara Bush poorly, and she Barbara Bush called up the first lady to try and kill the bad, publicity and Nancy Reagan pretend like she didn't know what she was talking about in things like the bushes. Not once but twice they were canned from going to the White House dinner famously from the one where Princess Diana and the prince of Wales came in nineteen eighty-five normally the vice president would always at the White House state dinner. Give little slap. He'd be. Yeah. Very much. So anyway, Barbara Bush said I I just she wrote in her diary, I didn't feel like playing her game anymore. And I told her don't you ever? Call me get an all never call you getting she hung up the phone in. Is this still when she is? Yes device presence. Yeah. Apparently when they became the first family Nancy Reagan had no first lady advice, which is traditional for one first lady as same resident. Not usually a letter, and you probably make make yourself available. Here's my number. But all she said to Barbara Bush that it's considerably more difficult than being Secondly. And that's from Barbara Bush. That's what she said. Okay. And. Anyway, the she hated us MRs Bush told Susan page of who did the matrix. I don't know. I, but you really hated. It hated us. They never invited the bushes to Camp David when they were the first family, the Reagan's it was, you know, listen to women don't get along. Yeah. And is bins. Do it's hard to their won't be a social life. No, they can work together. But it's the guys can do things on their the gals or in the case of somebody was gay if the other partner, you know, someone doesn't like each other in the two main people that are in the positions of reading the fine. Anyway, they only got invited to eat upstairs in the private residency once. An eight year in years. And the most sought after invitation of the Reagan presidency, and this is from a couple of different historians have done. Their books was the November ninth nineteen eighty-five dinner for Princess, Diana. And her husband, the prince of Wales everyone wanted to go to this, and John Travolta was invited. Yes. He was and Nancy went to great lengths to make sure that the bushes. And how documents from the Reagan library, the author of the book rates at the names of the bushes, which were they refrigerate vice president Secondly crossed out by hand from both an initial invite last and then the company plan for them to greet guests in the red room on the third list. Their names had again been slashed out by Penn when the deputy White House chief of staff cautioned mrS Reagan about excluding the vice president and the second lady from the dinner saying, it would be a breach of protocol would cause gossip, and blah, blah, blah. And she said just watch me. Whoa. Whoa. She did not like Barbara sturdy figure the blunt manner and close knit..

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Good evening. Give me a call three three seven one three five five seventy three talk. So let's. Bring it to Windsor. This group came to boulder this group came to some other places. Have you ever been? To a library for a a kid's reading. Have you ever ever done some place where the you bring your kid? They tell them a story, and it's story time at the library. It's it's it's really a great little American tradition. The idea is to get the kitties. Not only excited about reading. But also to give you a little relief. Somebody else's entertaining your kids because they love stories. Don't they? Well. Who's who's a storyteller? The storyteller usually some you think about the late. Great Barbara Bush. You know, some wonderfully grandmotherly maternal person who's got endless patience, who's they're telling the kids about about the story and reading character into it with love as much time as needs. Well. Maybe not quite that. Here's the story from the Greeley Tribune Windsors, drag queens story hour. Yeah. You you read that right draws supporters and protesters to the library. Justin, Kim, ready Carini. I think that's how you do. It went to the Windsor library Saturday. With a message of frustration and caution Cheryl Trig John came to the library. With a message of acceptance and inclusion. Both gathered outside the library along with about a hundred others to make their thoughts known about the libraries decision to host drag queens story hour. Who who wouldn't enjoy? Who wouldn't enjoy that? Drag Queen story hour. All right.

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Just it's just more interesting. Is it really? Yeah. I I grew up with pitchers betting. Then I lived in American League city for twenty six years. The pitcher the Salem errors. I was at twenty game guy. I you can buy twenty at a time. And okay, but it's just more interesting when the pitcher his it's just a little more going on. I don't know. I'll take the opposite point of view, which is like when you're paying for twenty games. Do you wanna see Randy Johnson grab outer Edgar Martinez? When you want to see I'd girl. I wanna see Randy freakin try to hit. No, okay. Because those guys are universally the best player at their high school. Right. They were certainly in the starting team if they're college if they went to college, and they were pretty good hitters back then. But then when you don't I mean, this is what makes baseball fans. Crazy, right? But it's just the games more interesting and due respect. I don't mind fewer home runs when when you can't can you say such a thing. It's just it's a game you're trying to move guys around. But I mean, this would make baseball people argue, but the insufferable nature of of Yankees fans is is universal. I didn't know that was the scientific fact. Well, it's my observation. So I've told the story because we're promoting the Netflix show. Yes, I told a story if you days ago, but it's worthy of retelling. Go for I was in the bleachers of the old Yankee Stadium. Yes. Just because I was in town this during the science guy show, we were in New York. The crew we. Were in New York. You have the whole bowtie on you have the whole. No no stressed for baseball game which included sunglasses and a baseball hat. Okay. But today the Yankees are playing. The Baltimore Orioles, which is a team in Baltimore. And a woman that you would describe as grandmotherly gets up in the bleachers with a cow bell. Right. And. I know that Oriole Sook. Thank you, Boston sucks. You suck everybody sucks. Okay. So the grandmother is leading the crowd in this cheer. And because the Baltimore Orioles are the opposition that day they start with the Orioles suck. But before they go any farther. The Yankee fans wanna remind the world that Boston also sucks, and then and then it turns out that sort of a meal Listrik view of life. You suck. In fact, really everybody sucks. Such a cheerless view of life. That's it's worthy of its worthy of ridicule. I had no idea that the Anki needed more cowbell and then season four streaming when it happens Bill Nye saves the world, he will find this elderly lady or more power to her. She was she was a leader and disprove that. The rest of the world. She was inspirational everybody cheered with her. Good to see a Bill news. Great, man. Really fun. Come back anytime. Go see Osco, NATs and go caps. I gotta say go cap. There you go Bill.

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Just it's just more interesting. Is it really? Yeah. I I grew up with pitchers betting. Then I lived in American League city for twenty six years. The pitcher the Salem errors. I was at twenty game guy. I you can buy twenty at a time. And okay, but it's just more interesting when the pitcher his it's just a little more going on. I don't know. I'll take the opposite point of view, which is like when you're paying for twenty games. Do you wanna see Randy Johnson grab outer Edgar Martinez? When you want to see I'd girl. I wanna see Randy freakin try to hit. No, okay. Because those guys are universally the best player at their high school. Right. They were certainly in the starting team if they're college if they went to college, and they were pretty good hitters back then. But then when you don't I mean, this is what makes baseball fans. Crazy, right? But it's just the games more interesting and due respect. I don't mind fewer home runs when when you can't can you say such a thing. It's just it's a game you're trying to move guys around. But I mean, this would make baseball people argue, but the insufferable nature of of Yankees fans is is universal. I didn't know that was the scientific fact. Well, it's my observation. So I've told the story because we're promoting the Netflix show. Yes, I told a story if you days ago, but it's worthy of retelling. Go for I was in the bleachers of the old Yankee Stadium. Yes. Just because I was in town this during the science guy show, we were in New York. The crew we. Were in New York. You have the whole bowtie on you have the whole. No no stressed for baseball game which included sunglasses and a baseball hat. Okay. But today the Yankees are playing. The Baltimore Orioles, which is a team in Baltimore. And a woman that you would describe as grandmotherly gets up in the bleachers with a cow bell. Right. And. I know that Oriole Sook. Thank you, Boston sucks. You suck everybody sucks. Okay. So the grandmother is leading the crowd in this cheer. And because the Baltimore Orioles are the opposition that day they start with the Orioles suck. But before they go any farther. The Yankee fans wanna remind the world that Boston also sucks, and then and then it turns out that sort of a meal Listrik view of life. You suck. In fact, really everybody sucks. Such a cheerless view of life. That's it's worthy of its worthy of ridicule. I had no idea that the Anki needed more cowbell and then season four streaming when it happens Bill Nye saves the world, he will find this elderly lady or more power to her. She was she was a leader and disprove that. The rest of the world. She was inspirational everybody cheered with her. Good to see a Bill news. Great, man. Really fun. Come back anytime. Go see Osco, NATs and go caps. I gotta say go cap. There you go Bill.

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on Conversations

"It's absolutely the softening factor from their look often these kids when people say go ahead. He get that kid to sit still in court for just two seconds. You know, does something and again because the dog's not judging we're not doing anything, we'd would just using natural thing. And. It. They really the energy of the the women the Waco at backtrack youth would. So there's a lot of the grandmotherly women. They seem to like hugging does that help to look and the boys on hug as well. You know, worked in youth organizations that would Saka if you hugged a kid KB Hanes yourself one of the things through the documentary that women point at Twas all the time is the beautiful relationship and very rough and tumble boys as well. We're not. And ambig- social Haagen each other. And you know, but hurricane if it needs a hug, heck, and you tight that Addison Saudi it's the most ridiculous notion of design. You're really locked in. Now was the whole slow town back then when you were little look think we always kept at speeding speeding along the young fellows. Didn't think it's changed a terrible the population's not much different. I mean, this more houses and less pedic's around, you know. It's not knowing crutch. We haven't got traffic lots. To tell you. Oregon one of them and he just put into traffic loads. Muttawa will be there through day. Did you have a big family growing up yet five kids and family and all the system three younger brothers? You know Sar came from a loving family, but pretty tough as a young fellow. Oh, you know, what what stood in the way of you fitting in as a young fella. Do you think? Look if I reflect on I think gone back to promise school. I was lifting was always going to be a left-hander, and we're grown up in Iran heinous world. Punished for being lift handed. On forget, the nuns. There was one particular one. But anytime you touch something with your left hand to raw or two uses something bang, Dan, come that rule crushing knuckles. I think that gave me a pretty healthy disrespectful. Owning in the early days. You know, and I think it mocked up. My. You know with your cold dyslexia or something but always struggled with numbers. Meridian wasn't too bad. But wasn't a joyful place for me school onto a bell went, and you know, in in apply grant, a loved it in the classroom. Just was never gonna bay from. That outside school. What kind of things did you get up to acute? Boy, if more mothers listening, you're gonna get me in trouble. I'm just quality while Benny, but he ends up to a bit of stuff place. Look, we we rent around lot lunatics. You know, we had a gully that was five or Conan meeting spot. That's where we all lent to smoke and teach my brothers to smack and all that sort of business. I look back on it. Now, I think had it somebody not get killed with the stuff. We don't stuff. Doing they used to be it was so it was a spot with tipped Okaz age of the Gullion. We used to have this in teams, you know, one time ago, and they'd have to get in the car and the bottom of the golly, and the others are bald as an Roxanne until somebody the head cracked, and then it was changed. Times. So that was one of your phone sports. Our member crawling in the stormwater drains as well. This is ludicrous fire we used to go. Nice things in the doc. Look look at it now. And I think just one shower Rhine we could all day. But anyway, someone was looking after us we kinda live rod on the Japan. And there was a lotta new houses being built remember one of my. Earliest memories of breaking an ankle was hearing the voice call that. You know, the Bill is coming on a Sunday after nine what's the odds of that? Anyway, went straight through the roof is things through the raw down the gym Neo. Something broke language. So we're forever doing that. I think my poor dad because we played a little backyard. Cricket and stuff. You know, all kids around. Boy, we smashing windows. Yeah. You know, little we'll Karna wild..

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on Ideas

"He's engaged with studies with the National Institute of health, but he had his own experience to with Cilla cyb and when he was very young, right? With magic mushrooms. Yeah, he got his start on Seoul assignment. He had an associate been experienced in college that almost killed him. But in the end, left him a changed person with a with a commitment to he really thinks mushrooms are are speaking to us from the heart of nature and bringing us a message that we need to heed about how we're ruining the planet. And, and anyway, he's so he was my teacher about the about the the suicide mushroom, and we went hunting for mushrooms in the Pacific northwest, and I learned a lot from him about mushrooms in the whole story of how much from k.. To the west. One aspect of psychedelics we haven't touched on is that this is not a new things is not a creation of the twentieth century tunnel, right? Or of western culture and that the native peoples of Mexico and Central America were using suicide Ben for possibly thousands of years. It was used as a sacrament when the Spanish got to Mexico and they crushed it. They were terrified of the sacrament because it was it was better than their sacrament. You actually saw God on there on the on the Indian Sacramento. Whereas, you know the, the bread and wine. You really had you needed faith to realize to see that as Akron as the body and blood of Christ. And so they crush these mushroom colts and they were only discovered in nineteen fifty five. So yes. So the whole mushroom story, the natural history. Like, why do these mushrooms make this chemical? That's. Very curious. Is it a defense chemical or is it an attractive of some kind? We don't really know. I wanna get to the part of your book how to change your mind. We'll have to jump to trip to Silla cyber magic mushroom drip. We're gonna. Have someone read the opening? Yeah, this was this was my second guided trip and it was the most profound. I think of all the trips I had and the one with the most lasting effect, it started out in all. My second journey began to round an altar in the middle of a second story law in a suburb of a small city on the eastern seaboard does the altar was being prayed over by an attractive woman with long blond hair. Seated across from me. Mary's is closed as she recited the long and elaborate native American prayer. She invoked in turn the power of each of the cardinal directions, the four elements and the animal plant and mineral rooms. The spirits of which she implored to help guide me on my journey. My eyes were close to, but sometimes I couldn't resist peaking. I see the squash colored loft with its potted plants, symbols of fertility in female power, the embroidered purple fabric from Peru that covered the altered. And there was an amethyst in the shape of heart, a purple crystal holding a candle. And sitting squarely before me on a grandmotherly floral pattern plate was the biggest Silla cyb and mushroom ever seen. It was hard to believe I was about to eat that whole thing..

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on Serial Killers

Serial Killers

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on Serial Killers

"Amy's lawyer benedict holden called in witnesses to prove that amy was mentally ill and suffering from drug addiction amy's nineteen year old daughter mary defended her mother and insisted that amy was addicted to morphine tablets amy's sister catherine duggan corroborated mary's testimony she further insisted that amy was struggling with her addiction to morphine when franklin died catherine argued that amy couldn't possibly have murdered franklin since she was living in a drug induced stupor at the time but not everyone was fooled by amy's insanity plea louise kells a staff member at the local prison had observed amy's supposedly insane behavior over the past several months cowles new amy well and could tell that she was manipulative not crazy she testified quote i think she is simulating insanity and quote nevertheless the onslaught of testimony from relatives childhood friends and neighbors who all insisted amy was mentally ill was enough to make l corn nervous he realized amy and her supporters were putting on a good enough show that she might be able to escape the death penalty alcorn didn't want to endure yet another trial where he would now have to try and disprove all of amy's new witnesses so he decided to compromise on july first nineteen eighteen amy was offered a new plea deal if amy pled guilty to murdering franklin andrews in the second degree she could now spend the rest of her life in prison this wasn't quite amy wanted she had hoped that by pretending to be insane she would get to live out her life in a mental institution but the judge wasn't fooled by amy's act he knew she was manipulative killer and he wanted her to serve hard time for her crimes prison was the best offer she was going to get so amy took the plea deal she had no intention of spending the rest of her life in prison though for several years she bided her time then she came up with a new tactic amy had worn many masks over the years in order to get what she wanted religious dogooder grandmotherly caretaker and even morphine addict but in july of nineteen twenty four she adopted a new persona she pretended that she had lost touch with reality and acted like she couldn't understand what anyone was saying to her it was as though she could no longer speak english once again amy's manipulative tactics got her exactly what she wanted in july nineteen twenty four she was sent to connecticut valley hospital a mental institution she never had to spend another day in prison as amy remained locked away in a state hospital news of her murders bread across the nation over the ensuing decade a playwright named joseph kesselring was so intrigued by amy's story that he convinced alcorn to show him the court documents from amy's trial kesselring then used those documents as fodder for a broadway play inspired by amy's murders on january tenth nineteen forty one customer ring opened his broadway play to rave reviews he called it arsenic and old lace in the play two sisters abby and martha brewster invite elderly men into their boarding house and supply them with elderberry wine secretly laced with arsenic hugh alcorn the state attorney who prosecuted amy archer attended the premiere on broadway in nineteen forty one he was dismayed to see that kesselring had transformed the agonizing deaths of amy's dozens of victims into a comic farce apparently noone else minded the play ran for over thirteen hundred shows on broadway had a run in london and was adapted into a film directed by frank capra both the play and the film received rave reviews meanwhile amy archer gilligan lived out the remainder of her life at the connecticut mental institution until she died on april twenty third nineteen sixty two in her late eighties but even after amy's death her legal battles continued a man from east hartford writing a book about amy requested her.

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on Think Again

Think Again

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on Think Again

"Right right why don't i reject those as well but i mean following the lines of argument in your book when could eat me just eat it only from farm producers that's maybe why i was resistant there's a line of argument it's it's more like a a directed conversation but i am just a hypocrite i find it hard i find it really hard find it hard with two kids like i know other people find it simple and they say to me like how can you not find it simple i don't know i just find heart yeah and when somebody says to me i can't feel full unless i eat meat for dinner right okay i have to believe you so can you not eat it for lunch can you not eat it for breakfast or there can eat less meat for dinner instead of picking apart right the person that we're talking to if they're away to find the chaired values right and together work toward like nudging ourselves toward being reflections of those values there's something i think about here which is you know a very seems to me jewish post like i think of my paternal grandmother that's the jewish side of my family which is the like don't go crazy you have to live you have to think about these things but you also shouldn't be a nut trying to i don't know leave a little space for life itself in the complexity of life as well so there are a couple ways to think about that the stream way would be well we we would never apply that to something like murder rape right like hey you wanna have sex with just sex the person no we say it's wrong it's categorically wrong right don't do it wrong and then we can do the whole with the things where it's it's more biggest or the stakes aren't as high right here we're talking about life and death literally we're talking and about we're the talking about the destruction of the planet literally so i understand somebody absolute absolutist that kind of fundamentalism from a certain angle it's not a philosophical debate at all you are taking a living thing especially in the case of some of these farmers you know in your book and in the in the movie who clearly love animals who are then slaughtering them and yeah and making that moral calculus like it's worth it because they're asked to be a business to keep this heritage turkey alive or whatever it's complex it's very very complex you know i have two kids and i knew they were going to die one day i am not killing them but i brought them into life knowing that they will die and buttering there is a real difference but it doesn't make the analogy worthless you know but my other response sort of jewish grandmotherly attitude is yes i agree like a little flexibility is okay i also agree that it's good thing to acknowledge one's humanity which includes having cravings which includes wanting certain kinds of comforts or wanting to celebrate in certain ways and it also includes being inconsistent fallible but that doesn't mean we need to do that in every situation so right yes i'm at this like michelin star restaurant on my anniversary i'm going to have the whatever but that has nothing to do with the like turkey sandwich that you get as you running to your gate in the airport so again if we make a real clear distinction between the times when it matters when we might say like okay i'm a human being an an times when it doesn't matter when we should simply say i'm not going to do it it may be true that everything we do is bad to some extent but it's not true that everything's bad to the same extent i think this is a good place for us to pivot extremely in a possibly very different direction for the audience this is the part of the show where jonathan and i will watch surprise clips chosen from big things archives they could be on any subject and i haven't seen them and he hasn't i are you ready for this totally different possibly be more ready famous last words think again is brought to you by xfinity x fine close your eyes and picture your current in home wifi looks pretty slow doesn't it now put them whatever is in.

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Were in new york you have the whole bowtie on you have the whole no no stressed for a baseball game which included sunglasses and a baseball hat okay but today the yankees are playing the baltimore orioles which is a team in baltimore and a woman that you would describe as grandmotherly gets up in the bleachers with a cow bell right and i know that oriole sook thank you boston sucks you suck everybody sucks okay so the grandmother is leading the crowd in this cheer and because the baltimore orioles are the opposition that day they start with the oriole suck but before they go any farther the yankee fans wanna remind the world that boston also sucks and then and then it turns out that the sort of meal listrik view of life use doc in fact really everybody sucks such a cheerless view of life that's it's worthy of its worthy of ridicule i had no idea that the enke's needed more cowbell and then season four streaming when it happens bill nye saves the world he will find this elderly lady more power tour she she was a leader and disprove that the rest of the world she was inspirational everybody cheered with her good to see a bill this great man really fun come back anytime go see osco nats and go caps i gotta say go cap there you go bill nye here on the rich eisen show packets sixty seconds hi i'm danny ru host of real gm radio where every week i go indepth on nba basketball through conversations with some of the brightest basketball minds out there including kevin pelton nate duncan chris harrington bontemps and team experts from all around the league we try to separate the truth from the noise for players teams and draft prospects of like with the focus on the.

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Fills point you guys quickly corrected him you guys the pitcher should bat just because it's more interesting oh okay just it's just more interesting is it really yeah i i grew up with pitchers betting then i lived in american league city for twenty six years the pitcher the sale mirrors i was a twenty game guy i you can buy twenty at a time and okay but it's just more interesting when the pitcher hits it's just a little more going on i don't know i'll take the opposite point of view which is like when you're paying for twenty games do you wanna see randy johnson grab outer edgar martinez when you want to see i'd girl i won't to see randy freakin try to hit no okay because those guys are universally the best player at their high school right they were certainly in the starting team if they're college if they went to college and they were pretty good hitters back then but then when you don't hit i mean this is what makes baseball fans crazy right but it's just the games more interesting and due respect i don't mind fewer home runs when when you can't talk can you say such a thing it's just it's a game you're trying to move guys around but i mean this would makes baseball people argue but the insufferable nature of of yankees fans is is universal i didn't know that was a scientific fact well it's my observation so i've told the story because we're promoting the netflix show yes i told the story if you days ago but it's worthy of retelling gopher i was in the bleachers of the old yankee stadium yes just because i was in town science guy show we were in new york the crew we were in new york you have the whole bowtie on you have the whole no no stressed for a baseball game which included sunglasses and a baseball hat okay but today the yankees are playing the baltimore orioles which is a team in baltimore this and a woman that you would describe as grandmotherly gets up in the bleachers with a cow bell right and.

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Pornography or soft porn i would think hey if she's going to be watching that maybe she'd rather be with a gentleman i would never do anything about it but i was oh maybe that's somebody i should hit on because she's she's hot to trot see my assumption would be that she's bringing it home to watch with her friend oh never thought that would never cross my mind certainly not at that age okay because to me porn was nothing but a private moment you'll be never sit down to watch it with this other by the way nothing in my mind is changed i was a late teen i i had the misfortune to go to a porno drive in theater in northern michigan i was i was up in you know we called it ups north traverse city it was in that region our right yeah with three other guys you know we were camping and stuff somebody knew about this porno drive in movie theater out in the middle of nowhere we thought it would be fun to go i have no reason i have no idea why because once we got there there was like this little haired grandmotherly lady selling tickets a little ticket booth as you drive in i think that was when it dawned on all of us that oh my god you know she's telling us about the movies she's you know she's going oh boys we've got a really great double feature for you tonight and we're just like please lady just just take our.

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Stablishment in washington her husband arthur was the chairman of the democratic national finance committee under jfk so she knew washington she knew the political establishment in she was able to go down in confront that establishment and raise the alarms about what was happening and she was also this in a gentle grandmotherly figure who americans were comfortable inviting into their living rooms on the television set to talk about very difficult issues because hiv is a disease that is transmitted through sex and its transmitted through drug use and it affects minority communities and it was affecting gay men dr krim could go on the television and talk about these issues in a very straight forward honest and direct way and i think she disarmed people in a way that perhaps no one else could at the time she was also good at mobilising of power celebrities had its in no people like woody allen and barbra streisand and the people who got a brought that money well her husband arthur krim uh aside from his political work his fulltime day job was said she was at universal pictures under lew wasserman in the heydays of universal pictures and so they intersected the worlds of politics and celebrity in hollywood and all of those things quite easily and so really these were assets that dr krim brought to bear and she was unafraid to reach out to those people and say we need your help we need you to be supportive we need to be outspoken kevan when did you first meet mattel krim i was almost twentyfive years ago i was in a activists organization called act up and job we were doing a lot of work around the research were doing a lot of demonstrating obviously and dr crime was incredibly supportive of our work and she would sometimes come to our meetings and we talk about what was needed and she would strategy.

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on Sword and Scale

Sword and Scale

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on Sword and Scale

"Grandmotherly real jus he was nice she didn't he i get a lot of people are very pushy ludwig we want proof they know more than any other somebody who would now he just you know after he questioned about something unto he's going to be able to handle what comes with it how long issues has argued holiday really generic south asia on your by a powerful according to donna the masked men also found a todo list that daughter had made a decided that they should do all the things that donna would normally be doing that day he told donald to go file a missing persons report at the police station so she went to the police station filed the report and returned home they then drove together to the office of donnas state farm aged decide some forms the man hid in the back seat of doubt his vehicle while she went to go sign the forms throughout all of this in her one on one interactions with lows employees police officers in her insurance agent donna said nothing about a man holding her hostage according to her testimony on that tuesday donna heard the man using the saw and smelled burning flesh the next day on wednesday he forced her to hold ramsey's body for him while he cut but she threw up upon entering the bathroom that evening as though nothing had happened donna went over to her inlaws place for dinner where she said nothing about the man than the following day on thursday the man forced her to drive her chevy blazer to sinclair county to dump the body parts they stopped at the bp gas station near the intersection of the fred more highway and ellington road and donna had one last chance to ask an employee for help but again she said nothing her hill who yesterday no her eh deminor wonders standard pulling your son who remains were in garbage bags in the back of the ten year how did they get from their to june above the roadway.

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"grandmotherly" Discussed on Code Switch

Code Switch

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"grandmotherly" Discussed on Code Switch

"Moms home in salem oregon and that's where lola lived and i know that alex was so excited to see her and his mom well but especially lola she just has just such a warm grandmotherly personality i remember that about her did alex explain lula's relationship to the family to you how did he sort of explain who she was well he explained to me that she was a great ants you know a relative of his moms and i know that i'm filipino as well so it's not uncommon and filipino families for relatives to live together and help when another so it didn't strike me as anything unusual and you know the more that i got to know alex in his family i did come to learn that she was you know what would be considered a domestic helper somebody who clearly was there to serve his mom but she also was kind of maternal figure for everyone in the family there was his real mom but she was also a very strong matriarch our presence did you in alex ever have conversations where he was like i'm really struggling with this role that lola played in my life in knowing that she was a domestic helper as you called her did he ever expressed to you feeling uncomfortable without relationship yes he did talk about that he and i have been married for nineteen years in actually for most all of this time he or none of his brothers and sisters really ever use the term slave to referred to her it's only been in the last year when alex started deeply writing this story and doing his own deep discovery that.

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