35 Burst results for "Grandson"
Biden Spends Father's Day Golfing With Grandson
"The White House says President Biden spent father's Day golfing with his grandson, Robert Hunter Biden, the second At Fieldstone Golf Club in Wellington, Delaware. Mr Biden's 15 year old grandson is the son of his late son, Beau
Prince Charles Won't Let Grandson Archie Become a Prince
"Condition. I'm Jim Forbes when Prince Charles becomes the king. He wants to make sure his two year old grandson can never be a prince, a source close to the couple says. Charles will change several legal documents to ensure Archie can't inherit the title. Prince Charles wants to slim down the monarchy and says the public doesn't want to put the bill for the ever expanding Royals. The heir to the throne has made it clear that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle son will not have a place with key Royals and appears to be the reason behind
Kelsey Grammer: You Were Born With One Set of Fingerprints
"Thrilled to have right here on my latest episode of just getting started gentleman who i've been a big fan of and i haven't spoken to in a few years when he appeared kind enough on my daily rich eisen show his new film or it's films space in between which had some theatrical run back in april is in a video on demand near you on june fifteenth and the god committee is coming to theaters on july. The second just one of the many projects in the world of calcutta here. I'm just getting started. Hawaii kelsey in our. I am better for chat with you. It is great to see you this pod. I started just a few months ago. When we were really thick in the throes of covid nineteen and thick in the throes of one. We might just get back to reality in helping people maybe get started with their lives their careers their stories because everybody has an origin story. And i'm curious about yours how you just got started kelsey grammar. All i was a grandson. God was kind of an oil executive who raised me. My my dad khan disappeared. Pretty early on i. Through my childhood. I was kind of a navy man of end in military. I am. I gonna academy goal annapolis stuff and gordon. He died when i was twelve. And that kind of just short circuited the whole plan. That i said they ended up of really ball in literature shakespeare. Some of the great novels end. I started thinking well most of a military i am the else. Somewhere around seventh grade A new guy came to school to teach was acquired director. These said you come into my office tomorrow. Audition
More Details Emerge on Man Who Killed Florida Grandmother, Grandson
3 Dead at Florida Supermarket Include Grandmother, Grandson
"Authorities are trying to figure out why a gunman killed a woman and a child inside a Florida supermarket before killing himself they initially said the shooter and the victims may have known each other but now the Palm Beach county sheriff's office says there is no known relationship between the suspect and the victims a woman and her one year old grand son nor do they know why he opened fire in the public supermarket panicked shoppers started running one said some employees were crying the sheriff's office identified the gunman as fifty five year old Timothy wall of royal Palm Beach the names of the victims are not being released at the request of the family I'm Rita folate
Behind The Conjuring: The Brookfield House
"Ruby wasn't going to let the winter storm outside ruin her evening routine. She microwave. Tb dinner poured a glass of boxed wine and settled into her armchair to watch a rerun of the price is right when you're in your seventies. It's the simple pleasures that gets you through a winter in connecticut but as the game shows theme song bobbled on television. The rain started to pelt the window next to her. She hoped it wouldn't wake her twelve year. old grandson. billy. She had just put him to bed lately he had trouble sleeping and rubies daughter. Sarah was worried about it. Sarah was always fussing over. Billy's odd behavior and tantrums ruby. Thought she was coddling. If sarah wasn't careful. Billy would become spoiled. Monster ruby immediately felt bad at the thought. Billy was a sweet boy but she reason there are monsters all of us. It's just a question of what coaxes them out. Ruby hurts. something stirred down the hall. Billy she thought the rain must have woken him up. She grunted She called herself to her feet to go check on him but when she stood up she saw he was already in the room. Billy stood in the doorway. Was something strange about him. His body was rooted in place. Impossibly still his chin was pressed against his chest forcing his dark is to strain to look at her but chill rushed up ruby spine. She asked if he was okay but he didn't answer instead. He revealed his hand. He was holding a knife and a maniacal look at its is told rupee he meant to use it.
A Stroll Through Racing History: Louis Quatorze
"He was a handsome bay. Grandson of northern dancer often described this regal and majestic it was appropriate. Given that he was named for a former king of france and twenty five years ago this weekend he won the one hundred twenty first running of the preakness stakes his name. Was louis tours. Fold on march thirteen. Nineteen ninety-three in kentucky. Lewis tours was offered by breeder. Georgia hoffman at the one thousand nine hundred ninety four keeneland july yearling sale but was bought back for two hundred twenty five thousand dollars off eventually sold an interest in the son of sovereign dancer to william cornacchia. And tell us contract with future hall of famer. Nick zito chosen the colts trainer. Bloomington doors whose name refers to the architecture stylings of the reign of king. Louis the fourteenth of france showed promise as a juvenile he robbed by five lengths and breaking his maiden at saratoga and he finished runner-up and both the hopeful stakes saratoga and the futurity at belmont park both of which were great one races early in his three-year-old campaign. Lacouture tour's want a pair of allowance races. At gulfstream park he was fourth in the florida derby unbridled song and runner-up beaten six skip away in the blue grass stakes at keeneland and a difficult journey the kentucky derby would relegate him to a sixteenth place. Finish some twenty two lakes behind winner. Grindstone still zito saw an opportunity in the preakness stakes with the colts. Blood work xrays following the derby reveals. No issues at the fact that neither grindstone nor beaten derby favourite song would be going to the preakness and z. Tow began believing that his horse would not only have an opportunity but also a legitimate shot at winning the second leg of the triple crown
Jameson Whiskey and Cannibalism
"Whiskey today. Suck is soaked in whiskey. mostly jameson. Some irish whiskey a great drain for some fun times kicking back and enjoy the taste of one of the best exports. The emerald isle has to offer also popular drink in my experience for people to torture with by buying you shot after shot after shot until you're spending and puking in the parking lot talking about jameson will lead us obviously into talking about cannibalism. Yup john jameson. The founder jameson was originally a lawyer from a loa in scotland before he founded his distillery in dublin in seventeen eighty and eighteen o five. He rejoined joined by his son. John jamieson junior who took over the family business for the next forty one years junior built up the business before handing it over to his son. John jameson the third and eighteen fifty. One they were killing it by the turn of the nineteenth century. Jameson distilleries were the second largest producer in ireland of whiskey in one of the largest in the world producing a million gallons annually. Dublin at the time was the center of world whisky production. It was the second most popular spirit in the world after rum. An internationally jamison had h five became the world's number one whiskey and then almost a century later at the end of the nineteenth century. The jameson name would get tarnished a wee bit when reports came back from the congo. The john's great grandson. James s jameson. Jimmy james paid to watch a young girl be killed and eaten. Cannibalism not a great pr moment. Hard to build a successful ad campaign around some cannibalism. What the hell happened in the congo
Thousands of Vaccine Doses Going Unused Across U.S. As Demand Declines
"Concerned? The demand for the covert 19 vaccine is declining. NBC's Marcus Moore report thousands of doses going unused across the country. In Oklahoma, a state where the average daily death toll is rising. FEMA is going door to door in an effort to change people's minds in Philadelphia, the clock is ticking 3000 doses set to expire this afternoon at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. After vaccinating 7000 people a day they're the average has dropped to the low hundreds. I don't want to do it, but I'm gonna do it because I want to go see my grandson and my daughter. Overall cases across the country are dropping and states are now rolling back more restrictions in Georgia, the Atlanta Braves truest part it will be open at 100% capacity next week. And in New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, signing an executive order allowing day and sleep away camps to reopen this summer. But as life returns to normal and alert, some insurance companies are also changing policies. And no longer waving some covert fees. People have that cope. It now could be facing huge deductible payments of $1000.2000 dollars, even more than that one provider at not telling ABC news that while some of their wavers like inpatient treatment expired in January and February, Are still waiving fees for covert testing and vaccines. ABC is markets more
As Britain mourns Prince Philip, palace announced private funeral for April 17
"Britain. Officials at Buckingham Palace say the funeral for Prince Philip will be held one week from today. Vicki Barker reports from London 41 Gun Death salute sounded out across the UK and at sea honoring the queen's husband of 73 years, hundreds of Mourners have continued to ignore please from the family to stay away, leaving flowers outside royal resin. Senses, including Windsor Castle, where Prince Phillip died. The palace has confirmed the funeral will take place at ST George's Chapel inside Windsor Castle. Next Saturday. It will be televised, but Covad restrictions mean there will be no public procession and attendance will be limited to 30, mostly close family grandson, Prince Harry among them
Prince Charles: Royal Family 'Deeply Grateful' for World's Support
"Britain's prince Charles has expressed his deep gratitude for the outpouring of support following the death of his father prince Philip as the nation mourned the loss of the much loved member of the royal family Buckingham Palace announced a royal ceremonial funeral will take place April seventeenth that wins the consul his son prince Charles said he was touched by the number of people around the world who have set the family's loss and sorrow was a was a very special person who I think above all else would've been amazed by the reaction the touching things have been said about the service will be slimmed down an entirely closed to the public Philip's grandson prince Harry will attend the service along with all the members of the royal family his wife the Duchess of Sussex who is pregnant has been advised by her doctor not to attend Karen Thomas London
A Look Back at the Life of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
"At the age of 99 Prince Philip Duke of Edinburgh husband, England's Queen Elizabeth, the second longest serving spouse of a reigning British monarch. Morning grease in 1921 into a royal family with Danish and German ties. He was also a great great grandson of Britain's Queen Victoria. He would go to school in England and went on to serve in the British Royal Navy during World War two. He married Elizabeth the daughter, then King George, the sixth in 1947 in 1952. Elizabeth became Queen and Philip became Queen Consort in that role on his own and accompanying his wife, Prince Philip traveled the world. He was a strict but loving father to Prince Charles, Princess Anne. Differences. Andrew and Edward. One of his last major appearances, was that the 2011 wedding of his grandson William, to Kate Middleton, at that event, as always, he was at the side of his wife. His loyal and ceaseless support for her for the royal institution and for Britain itself was his hallmark and legacy. In London. Greg Palkot, Fox News governor to Santa says it's time to set
"grandson" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian
"Tell. That's brought brockhall thinking of chinese dyson. in your voice rises shit. Yeah wow i'm impressed. I served in taiwan mandarins chinese-speaking. Losing that lock going on. Yeah how many languages do you speak over there. That's amazed balls. So i speak five languages and i can read in another two. Oh my gosh. I speak english. Spanish entering chinese american sending which in i'm okay with french My friend show. And then i can read egyptian hieroglyphs and some land man. You're making me feel like a like a real dumb ass over here. Ally can also read hebrew and greek. To god's trag good god. I can barely read english see. I can't handle any backwards languages. Regatta read right to left just throws me every time then is all into it other. Okay wrap it up but thank you so much craig. I really appreciate it. This was so fun i ended. I'd love to do this again sometime. If you ever wanted to have me back on the great absolutely youns flat we'd love to keep us if you keep us posted on the book and When you get on your big tour your book tour we'll we'll have you on as a guest. Yes you can stuff good. What are you signed your sign my breasts on his signature when you gonna sign it. Shelley's boobs and my ass harry. Sharp means as long as you for consent is totally enthusiastic incentive people. So we're all coming together doing something. We all really enjoy our consent. We go facebook live when we do that. I'm cool you. I check my parents okay. All right i'm sure up. Thank you so much. Have a great night us. Well well it was a great interview. I love having people on in hearing their stories. I know and there's hope for all of us. Absolute isn't there even. If you're the grandson of ridges governor scott of richard gordon scott. There's hope for you to get out of the cold and live your own life. Which is what craig's doing so in spite of the pressure from parents and grandparents etc. Yeah way you craig for sure you might have those people entrenched in the church in your life. But craig is flying free. Indeed he is okay. We are going to skip patrons this week. Sorry patrons will get to you next week. I did have five digit now. We're out of time. We'll get you next week not to worry promises promises. Okay we'll be are gonna thank dan though from extension audio. Thank you dan. Thanks for leaving it. In dan and stare clear those called clearly they are no joke. No joke it all talk to you later bye..
"grandson" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian
"Don't do the same time before. Okay for me right foundational things like i just okay. Can't quite get this imminent. You get into post. Joseph history where you get into brigham young men all of those which is very gets. It only gets worse. Oh just like horrible. Yeah i mean how racist the church for so long. And it's not a lot of generalities now tried to play it off like a dachshund the churches what's taught repeatedly by the apostles prophets. Not seeing some remote whatever like well you consider what they taught for a hundred years. It was all pretty racist Tons of kane's never received this blessing until after the resurrection yet. Don't mix the seed. So bad so i have to sometimes to and maybe you do this with your grandpa i with my dad because he did say lots of racist things. In homophobic things happened again. That's he was brought up that way in this church that he gave everything to and believe everything that anyone above him said so if the church's teaching shit about the black people are the seed of cain wherever the hell they wanted to call him at the time or they're talking shit about homosexuals or they're talking shit about women or whatever it is. I guess not a surprise that my dad would along with it you know. Is that possibly how you can kind of make things make sense with your grandpa's like well. That's what he was taught. Kind of wind. Grateful that right now that the church has changed its rhetoric of being gay more inclusive. It doesn't negate the fact that for over hundred years that was explicitly suggest. Yeah i think it's great for people to acknowledge their mistakes. Take it and say. I thought that and move on and actually grown develops yeah. That's a mark of a greater person than someone who didn't make a mistake at all. Like if you if you admit it you're say yeah we fucked up okay and move on. Yeah then i would respect that way more than just well. No that was just their opinions and trying to just hem and haw. Oh right i know. I don't know if we would even have a podcast of the church would just own up to their shit you know. We would have nothing to talk about because they would be saying. Oh gosh yeah. That wasn't right. Oh you know at that. Wasn't from god and they would be progressive. Yeah you know. Wouldn't they wouldn't be behind the times by. Maybe it's too much admission. Maybe there's so much to unravel because you've got to go all the way back to be like okay. We've built this whole thing. Yeah we're starring man. Where would you start with the apology. Exactly even like unravel that. I don't think again so intertwined and so much of this just kinda stonewalling against thing very reticent. Tammy kind of a lot of those things. Kind of just down on me as i can't resolve in my mind. Yeah so there's a lot of those understandings. Yeah that's why i believe. The church is losing so much. They're younger membership. Is people are like fuck this you know. There's there's enough internet you know and there's people talking about it and the church is just having a hard time hanging onto the to the young lions because they can learn the truth or at least start to think for themselves and decide. This is for mir. This isn't premier I dunno she's sad to me still that so many people are stuck in it because that's just all they know. What are you gonna do if you ask me. When i was in the church i would've said i know i have such a strong testimony. I had to people who hell. Yeah who afterwards. Like i mean it's crazy. Christianson said between the executives to light in your face in my paycheck or blessing. It's like you know you'll preside and all these things is like i. I drank the koolade i was. I was in one hundred percent. I know yeah i was like an apologist of everything i was. It wasn't just that. I believe it was like i know. I know more than the sun. Shines god yeah. I mean same. Yup i know this church is true. And now you like side deal in porn so there s.
"grandson" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian
"In have no clue where she is in that night. That's good enough for me. I am glad not to know anything about that. Basically consider myself just out of the past two years but then in actually about two months ago almost to the day i submitted through quit mormon resignation although as yet still be processed the is very slow on to let people believe it's too bad you can't call and you know say church. My grandpa was richard. G scott can go ahead and get my resignation wrapped up real quick like you know because you got to go back on your mission so why not pull some strings to get out of the church. It doesn't really work that way. Only one direction. Hopefully so you left. The church came out on facebook or social media. First of all get shit from your family for leaving the church and then what was the shit for coming out so the ship from coming out was like worse i think i in my dad wrote me a few letters. There's one right after i cannot. Maybe if you just don't focus on it in dislike it'll go away again addiction to chocolate guy or like to to sleep in and same sex attraction right all these temptations and mike. You can't just lump it under like chocolate. Odd by day is august much sweeter than chocolate. Let's be honest with sleeping in. I'm confused yeah. You know it's funny to me that these people i'm gonna rip on men for a minute. They are just like just. Don't focus on it and you want to say okay straight man how. 'bout you never focus on your sinus holding hands kissing from now on. Yeah european doesn't exist. There's no romance. Nothing has ever. It's just like chocolate. Just don't have any. They can't think of it on themselves. I'm gonna try that next time It's just a phase is it okay. Yeah like he'd written that kind of just well. You know you can still follow the canadian some hidden all that was like okay. Yeah i got the same shit for my dad as long as you don't act on it now who is saying matter I wasn't a pro at the time. But i don't suffer from same sex attraction i enjoy it every goddamn day yes badge. Your dad was not too cool with it. How about your mom in. How are they now so they both.
"grandson" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian
"As more of the decision because the the most recent quote you're reading is more recent spouts everything you go back to decades. I mean it gets down. even pheasant kimball of. It can be cured right by. Tried so hard to keep it that even petitioning the a dsm trying to get the psychiatric group or association to try to keep it in the dsm because then they could still be able to point to the as well. Dsm says it's a mental disorder so it can be treated just like anything else right. Yeah we know the church I would say. Byu specifically has a shit track record. As far as i mean shit you know as far as dealing with that's putting it nicely fucking shit. Is that better. Like how many swears join me. You know they did all the the conversion therapy and you know now at this point sweeping under the rug. Don't wanna talk about and that's infuriating. It's probably a little bit infuriating to you as well. Which reminds me to ask this. How much do the apostles no like really. What's going on with the members of the church because sometimes it seems like there's such a disconnect for example you know listen to conference and they're saying the shit and i'm like do you even know how many gay people are here like you have any idea of how the world actually works so to shorten my question. Do you think that your grandpa disconnected. I think there are certain things that he didn't want to focus on With the keep us. I don't think he really put as much effort in trying to not that he would necessarily shy with if someone wanted to talk to him council with him. I don't ever get that that he wouldn't listen bet for him. A lot of the priority was was just trying to listen to the members of what they felt was important what they wanted to share with them and most of the time. I don't think that that was as much same. Sex attraction staff as it was abuse or about trying to provide for family or have love and all that right. Speaking of jesus was my last quoted. I pulled up. He said this in ninety two not a super longtime ago and this is about abuse he says the victim and this is sexual abuse. The victim must do all in his or her power to stop the abuse most often the victim is innocent because of being disabled by fear or the power or authority of the offender at some point in time however the lord may prompt the victim to recognize a degree of responsibility for the abuse. And that is shedding. And i know that's blown up and a lot of abuse. Victims are very horrified at that or abuse victims within the church. That here that are like. Oh my gosh was a little tipsy so some of this is my fault and this is really taking this victim blaming to heart and that was probably for me one of the most offensive things that he's said and so back to you like how you in your mind know that. He said that you still love him. His grandpa it's taken some time for me to separate church grandpa from family grandpa and i can understand his mindset. Things going up with him. I kind of know what he's like. Bam i don't. I don't condone that at all. If you are abused it is not your fault. Your dues story. They start to see some of these things why you get into well. You know you climax. Did you do these things. Like what's going on trying to get some details. Not just because of this because they say well you know if you somehow show that you enjoyed it may be right. What was she wearing. Hats the reason the whole thing just fucked up and shitty. I don't like that at all. Yeah i i can resume. There's a lot of the things that i don't condone. I think they're terrible. It's still kinda hard to 'cause there's some things might be know i. I love my grandfather. But also i know that she did shitty thinks to and that's just how life is. Yeah that is how life is and isn't that sort of the case with everyone who has like uber religious parents and grandparents. I mean that's our situation. We love them but we wish they wouldn't say half the crap that comes out of their mouth you know i mean i love my parents. I love my dad. But he says i mean. Now he's super senile only says just wacky shit but before he lost his mind. He said things that were just really offensive toward You know politics race women but women homosexuality and he was like hard core. Hates the gays. And it's almost like two separate that into like here's my dad that worked hard to provide for us at tried to take on fun vacations. That would give you the shirt off his back. That would if you said. Data need help fixing a toilet. He'd be on the plane out here to fix a toy like just got to somehow separate like okay. Well he's old and that's how they used to believe it doesn't make it hurt any less when they say that shit and you get it you gotta kinda separate it for sure but you know what craig. We have a rapt audience here waiting for some juicy tidbit about the quorum..
"grandson" Discussed on Latter-Day Lesbian
"Thanks for being here. I'm excited to be here. This is something. I was looking forward to that. Pretty fun i try not to hayes you too much. I can guarantee we can't promise so. I know what people are listening. They're like oh. My god is grandpa. Was richard g scott like that's cool it all. We really want to go out of the gate and get to know you. Okay i'm going to raise my hand right now and go. Who the fuck was richard. Richard richard g scott. He's got gordon scott gordon. He was an apostle in the church. And when i say apostle i do the air quotes because yeah did you wear robe and sandals and hung out with jesus no okay just chat wing that was the old depaz user newcastle He was in a pulse from nineteen. Eighty eight to two thousand and fifteen and he passed away two thousand fifteen so listeners. Who are ex smo- or currently mo we know. We know who richard g scott is. We're gonna ask them questions on that a little later. But i i wanna know craig. Tell us about craig. That's like a really big open about yourself. I was born in on july fourth in nineteen eighty nine loud july fourth seriously. Yeah july fourth shit go actually have a tattoo on my ribs. It's a bald eagle in front of an american flag in watercolor style. Because i was like that's number thing. So oh i thought you were going to say on your butt but ribs is cool to wait so so not to turn this back to me even though i do this a lot. My birthday is june fourteenth which is flagged as so. I could get a matching tat with you craig. I'm just throwing that out there Red tattoos for everyone all around all the pain. Yes patriotic pain all around. You love your country. He's.
Utah Senator Mitt Romney gets Profile in Courage Award for impeachment vote
"Utah Senator Mitt Romney is this year's recipient of the Kennedy Family Profile in Courage Award Michael Kastner reports. Romney was the only Republican senator who voted to convict during Donald Trump's impeachment trial in 2020, JFK's daughter, Caroline Kennedy and grandson Jack's lost. Berg spoke with the Today show this morning. He showed us all that courage and faith and integrity are outdated on that politics can still be a noble profession. Romney study was honored and humbled by the award. Whether I should get a head is not entirely up to you, but whether or not you live by your conscience is entirely up to you. The award was given virtually this year because of the pandemic. I'm Michael
Prince Harry on Prince Charles: 'I feel really let down by my father'
"News that you can Duchess of Sussex have given a dramatic interview on US television, accusing the British royal family of failing to protect them and alleging racism. Meghan said she'd experienced suicidal thoughts, but no help had been forthcoming. Prince Harry said that being damaged to his relationship with his father, the heir to the throne, Prince Charles I feel really let down. Because He's been through something similar. He knows what pain feels like. No, She's his grandson, but at the same time, of course I will. I will always love him. There's a lot of
British media slams Harry and Meghan over interview timing
"Tonight. Britain's queen elizabeth taking television hours before her grandson harry and his wife meghan would appear in an interview with oprah the queen mocking the annual commonwealth day as we celebrate the friendship spirit of unity and achievements of commonwealth with a speech on the challenges of the pandemic we have also taken encouragement from remarkable advances in developing new vaccines and treatments but new hint of the family drama that everyone is talking about taking sides over episodes. Harry and meghan quit royal life. The royal family like all of us is certainly going to be sitting down to watch this and waiting to see just how damaging these revelations all of princess diana's revealing interview about her tense relationship with the family in nineteen ninety-five. Think mrs parker bowles was a factor in the breakdown of your marriage. Well there were three of us in this marriage so it was a bit crowded harry. Tonight drawing parallels with his mother's treatment by the media and his wife's
Interview With Shane Balkowitsch
"Well hello everyone and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine my name is scott olsen and today we are going old school and we are going deep into a really really wonderful type of photography. That's not practice very much anymore and really frankly when you see it. It's going to knock your socks off. We're talking with shane belkevich. Shane happens to live just a couple hours. West of me out here on the great plains of north america up north dakota chain that afternoon. How's everything out in the middle part of the state. good scott. thanks for having me on. We've got a little snow last night. Which was a very welcomed. Got a little snow over here. It's cold it's january is imagine about winner on the american that should be asked should be. You're absolutely right shane. You are just absolutely mesmerizing with the work. You're doing you do wet plate colin on photography. You do when one of the earliest styles of photography and admit you know. When i first heard about it i thought why in the world would anyone want to go through that amount of work for an image that i can do in my mirrorless. Dsl are very quickly. And then i realized how wrong. I was can't do that image and i certainly can't come up with a product that you've come up with so first question for people that that are familiar with the process. What is wet plate photography. What is the whole call it on process. Yeah so a wet plate clothing. Photography's invented by frederick scott archer in. He started working on about eighteen. Forty eight we believe in eighteen fifty one. He came out with a journal article in a scientific journal and presented it to the world. So what we're doing. I'm sure many of your listeners. Know about daguerreotype process which was invented by the declare. The frenchman About ten years. Before what plaguing frederick scott archer wanted to improve on that and This is what he came up with and the final product. And what your comment about why. You can't capture wet played in a modern a digital camera. Is that this is completely analog and the final images the images that i make. I an amber typist. That means i make my photographs on glass specifically for me black glass and these images are made out a pure silver on glass. And what's about silver silver does not degrade so these images that i have Have made over the last eight years of made a three eight hundred of them all by ten most most eight by ten black last amber types of they'll be here thousand years from now broken which which is not something you can save for princeton pigments in paintings and other things like that so the these are very archival images and i. it's just a very very romantic process. i was never photographer before. A two thousand twelve took my first exposure on october. Fourth never owned a camera. And i just find myself chasing this this historic process. It is really really interesting and we need to tell people that there is a movie out. There is called belkevich b. a. l. k. o. w. i t. s. c. h. on video. It's on amazon. Prime it is a documentary about you and your work and folks. You need to go there. You need to watch this film if you are in the any kind of photography. You need to do this but shane one of the things. That really intrigued me. Watching the film is that most of us that are in the photography files were making digital files. Or you know. We're coming up even if we're still dealing with old thirty five millimeter film or that kind of stuff Medium format film. You know we come up with a negative but then you know actual print is a temporary thing. You much more like a sculptor are making an object's this glass plate and it's not revisable you can't go back and tweak the highlights you can't go back and ask grain if you want. What is the appeal of making that object versus a kind of idea. We have to understand most web play. Cloudy and artists There was one here in bismarck. North dakota orlando scott gough. When he he was known for capturing the first ever photograph of sitting. Bull here bismarck. In the in this process that i practice and i i happen to capture ernie lapointe the great grandson. The city hundred thirty five years later in the same town in the same process but goth would have made a negative like you had said he would make a glass of so instead of putting his images onto black glass which you cannot contact with. He would have used clear glass. Clear glass as you insinuated. You can make multiple copies and you can enter. The final product in that scenario is a print. Because you want to be able to sell you know apprentice shayna print scott where wants to print you can make as many prints of these want is your business and it. Did you know good to have a one off plate because you and you know when you're talking about eighteen fifty one is no way of duplicate and they didn't have scanners and we couldn't do anything like that so you know. I think there's something very special about the the fact that these images are one offs and they can never be duplicated in they can never be replicated. When i make one of these images. I've for instance. I've dropped an image once and tried to go five minutes later. Ten minutes later tried to make this image with the same sitter the same camera. The same lenses saint chemistry. And i can never get back to that so if you look at this romantically. I'm not actually taking snapshots people actually making ten second movies. I'm still life movies. Because my exposures in my natural studio that i built here in bismarck. It's called nostalgic glassware plate studio the first one in in the country bill of the ground up and over a hundred years. I'm making ten second exposure. So there's heartbeats and there's blood flowing through the person there's a couple. Maybe a blinker to and what. I really love about this is. Maybe there's a thought so. I'm capturing thought on that piece of glass pure silver. That'll be here on.
Ty Gibbs wins Daytona Xfinity
"Eighteen. Year old. Thai gibbs the grandson of coach joe gibbs shocked the nascar world with his incredible road course win at daytona. Drivers are continuing to talk about this. They are impressed and here is kurt busch. I i saw something special and to into the series. I never run a race there with those guys. You know these these cars in the tire and the track and they put them in there to go get road course. Experience expecting him to you know just run around there and gain laughs rate and had never done a live. Pitstop is what. I had heard on the broadcast as well. I mean that was something special. I stopped coach gibbs on pit road the next day and we've been in the sport. A longtime coaches seen a lot of different moments in sports. And i said coach. I saw some special. I haven't seen some special longtime asked wanted to say congrats. He's got it. And i know exactly you guys know exactly what to do with them to make him a star but i just wanted to say data on social and i wanted to stop. Coach gives and say wow. That was something special kid drove. Mike of veteran didn't put a wheel out of place and brought home the win. I mean it's like boom. You're first start up. Kids
18 year old Ty Gibbs Wins First Xfinity Race
"Nascar xfinity series road course racing from the infield at daytona over the weekend and all eyes were on road aces austin syndrich and aj almond dinger. They happened to wreck each other early on in this one although cedric remained competitive but it opened the door for joe gibbs his grandson tie gibbs in his very first series start cabs his very first series win after surviving to time restarts and defending series champion charging fast behind him doesn't want big thing is just taking it so mission in trying to store the bank and use it in the race and it was just a great day and the candidate. Everybody else at. And i can't think of any i see my gosh on so tired. Non like losing it. But i'm not sure out this tells me out so watch especially the and my team. You know it's just a great
"grandson" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"And i went back to the presentation. I actually found this Nasty op-ed john doe wrote about her on included some points from that even though it really paying me and think back my teacher writing that comment. It really taught me taught a lesson to live names. Like one of the lessons taught me was that i didn't have to go back in the project to work on it like that was me really being perfectionist. Which shows both. Kind of. How kind of neurotic i am but also like how hard i work on. Things in the other piece is just that like. It's i'm feeling like i'm really stepping out of the box at six. W in the my writing isn't just about rubrics like oftentimes teachers would be like. You know like you're done you you have an in ncis. W it's it's like you're never done you're always growing as a writer like there's always there's always things you can do to improve your work whether it's passed a And i think that's something. I learned in assignments. I wanna be like doug inherent than you. Yes you you might get name. But you're not done. I think of something that is like wow like. it's not. I'm trying to just step away from the grease which is something. I really struggle with. But i think that it's something that's used w shine me. And then lastly reach shows like we were having a conversation at breakfast murphy unites is very ironic about like the things that mercy seekie could do like to handle covert in education things like that unlike of course My family had some critiques of her. And i immediately was like. Don't you say anything bad about her. She's perfect arrogant. Perfect things like you gotta understand. That people aren't perfect. People aren't just good. Or bad. And then i. I opened up my the platform. The website platform my school. And i'm like what. I got an eighty for not including knock being negative with which confirmed that what they were saying breakfast shows that i struggle with black and white thinking and see us. Nobody was really helping me become less black and white in being a critical like observer. Full information and people and i think that that's really useful images to not think of things as good or bad will do you think when you add the comments from jan devereaux. The piece was somehow a better presentation of mayor siddiqi. Because it it had sort of counterweight of somebody who was critical and that made her even seem more compelling or i can picture that it may be was a fuller representation of her because you brought that that information in i. I really do see that in. I think that it's important. Just to like wrench since i think that a lot of people after Biden was elected are saying like oh again. everything's good we. We don't need to keep fighting for anything like all. The 'isms are gone because we have such a great leader in our country. And i think that that is another way of kind of will. I can wait thinking in just thinking about like you're never done whether it's activism whether it's schoolwork like there's more work to be done and there's always more perspectives in you points to be shown and i think that that's something that i really believe in jerry close to my heart. Well there's a life lesson you've learned freshman year. It makes me very eager to find out what equally profound lessons you learn the next three years there was a pretty good start the other thing. That one of it might have been your. Yeah your follow. Adviser had some great comments. You have a heart. The size of deep space planet sized intellect and dedication being global citizen. And then he also said that he hopes you strike a healthy balance as healthy balances possible between being and doing work rest and play and a year. You've also. I remember from your graduation speech. How you kind of made fun of yourself about. You're so intent on getting your homework done early. You would work on it like under the slide out on the playground or something your brains and i was remembering that and seeing these comments about especially like the one teacher at the photography seeing i was a little worried because he was always the first one post stuff but and i thought maybe he was rushing it but then it turns out. He's got great talent. But so you've got that habit of getting your work in early. What did you learn about balance and kind of the urgency to get your work in early and that side of you versus more frivolous or whatever the counter to that is. I'm still. I'm still learning grew around that i'm the same teacher who talked about my slide. Show hosted the entire syllabus on the first day and then me who has notifications set from our school's website for anyone. Any homework is posted on my phone. It immediately three doubt and tried to do like the first project in a day. Pick work like hours upon hours Just in my teacher apparently got wind of my difficulties around that from my adviser and other people who know me emailed me and said james need to slow down like this is this. Is my the healthy around these kinds of things. And i think literally every day. It's a struggle for me to get away from the idea. That when i complete all my work i'll be happy and when i say complete my work i don't mean like rush through all my like when i complete my work. It's like if. I have something that takes two hours and needs to be done with for two hours immediately. Skip food like skip any necessities to what i need. And it's definitely a struggle for me. I was on at home with my family during the time when ceus w was remote in my mom got to experience firsthand would work. James is like he's been signed work in the middle of the school. They would be coming down for lunch like frantic and she just tried to talk.
"grandson" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Family and i. We felt very badly about that and also another. John is just going to a new school. Where i really don't know anyone like i don't need to say that i went to sierra less like to get credit or anything like it. I wanted to go to the school. That best supports me as an individual as a learner. And i think if i really having a commitment to social justice going to see us w is just very important to me because that's basically what the school is founded and i understand that it is definitely an opportunity that a lot of kids can't get but at the same time i really want to grow as lur- and leap pursue my passion light to or to help world in different ways in where things about how i can be a better advocate for like social change in things like that and i think ceus w really promises that and also i think that is just a great school for me and it's really good to be there like i'm making new friends on. It feels like call andrew. The classes. I'm taking i also i don't know for action this in the last episode but mine because that's something i really struggle with like sierra less i would have had to take on a ps in honor classes and like they would have been a lot of blood tests and just less a little bit less of the still great school just a little bit less of some of the dot Has been very hard for me. While it's w like none of the classes are ap's there's no honors classes like for example. The school year is set up into six months. Ahmad is peddling period of time that in six weeks and each mod. I have three classes. I've chosen so many of my classes. For instance this maud. I have three d. printing of digital digital storytelling and spanish to such great classes. I mean it's like i. I really don't think i would have gotten the opportunity to really have so much of my own choice at sierra less like even when we were doing the selection. I wasn't able to choose as many of my classes but at the same time like i. I love sierras school. I was so excited together. But also i just think personally see us w was really the better choice for me. I was assuming that decision was made. There was some time pressure because you coming up just against the deadline for applying to cs. W i can imagine the you were trying to evaluate how serious they really were about. The social justice mission and you said it was kind of founded on that in that sort of quick evaluation of the school as a place that would meet your values and aspirations. Were some of the things that that gave you the most confidence that you would really be able to pursue that part of your life plan at the particular school. I mean there. There were a lot of signs that told me to your. W it's funny. I talk about it with a lot of thirty nine hundred class even sophomores. Just about how. I really did. Make the decision at the last moment. I all the standardized tests. A lot of people were jealous about just because they were letting people in cove and i. I think that my mom's good friend of they've me fences eighth grade. Eat talk to my mom. A law about systems sadness fear. She talked a lot about this to my mom for my entire life about system. you think covert really Despite all the hardship it's bribe really gave us an opportunity just because Because of the deadline for getting in and just since the time was so close my mom and i were just in my entire family. Just really thinking about like this. Sounds like such a good high school wide. Why why shouldn't i. i shouldn't i go there. And that's what we we ended up doing it and even like when i met with my interview were he really just talked about like the atmosphere at cfo. You like once said it was like The last year the boys basketball team championships but then they had to leave quickly because a lot of them were going to a dance concert. And i think like really people have a very complex. That has so many different personalities like it's less norms Not no bullying in like it's just a very. It's a very beautiful School where like people who generally feel like sometimes have a hard time fitting in and other schools like feel like they fit in at cs. W something i really really admire. And if we're talking some justice stuff. I'm like of the stuff. The interviewer said the stuff. That my mom's friends said just really highlighting all the different things. It's still does like for instance they're having like riyadh cari- roberts com. He's one of the little rock nine. Come to our assembly recently and talk about his experience on in all. These clubs have opportunities to be on Ar white students against racism communist coalition like the equity in diversity committee and it really helping me grow as a white person and as a male in. I think that. I'm just really seeing more and more like even if i just go on to the class feature do my homework. Like here's the she the black history of the day. I think that while she has w. isn't perfect indefinitely struggles with things like many things around social justice like most high schools. Do i think they have really done a good job. Educating me and everyone else in the school around it yeah rock nine out of the civil rights days in the sixties or what. What's the history there. That you heard about from terrence roberts. Roberts just talked about When she was one of the little rock nine who integrated the little rock school district. I'm not probably around the time period you said. And he's talking about just like what that felt like and what the governor did and so he was one of the students that integrated like in the fifties or something. That's way back. And so now he's like somebody my age or something or maybe even older bet older. Yeah yeah wow that's amazing very inspirational.
"grandson" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
"Is february twelfth. Twenty twenty one on santa bell island in florida. My guest this week is my grandson. James who will be fifteen years old and nine days on february twenty first. We spoke by zoom. He's up in cambridge. And i'm here in santa bell About half an hour about his new school in western massachusetts the pandemic and his experience of it as a freshman in high school and Probably the part that tickle me most was his candor in his enthusiasm for what. He's learning about his journey as a writer. Also in this episode I wanna tell you about some comments. That marty baron made in an interview with the new yorker and this is on the occasion of his impending retirement as the executive editor of the washington post was a wide ranging interview. But what most interested me was what he had to say about working for. Jeff bezos as the owner of the washington post and. then i've got some For the tip. I wanna talk to you about the new fire operating system. Which i just installed tonight and i've heard from a couple of you that this is a big change in how the fire looks and it's worth looking at. Let's get started. Marty baron was already legendary newspaper editor before he joined the washington post as editor in two thirteen. He had been the editor of boston. Globe at the time of the globes Crusading work to light problems of child abuse within the catholic church and he the he even had a movie made about it. He didn't play himself in the movie. But it was pretty dramatic movie just showing how tough a job that was to break open into the sunlight. What was going on behind the scenes in the art sizes of pasta so he shows up at the post in twenty thirteen and a less than a year later. The post is purchased by. Jeff bezos So the new yorker in an article in the current issue by isaac charter Does a an actual interview question to answer the fellow to over the phone with Marty baron and I was really intrigued to see if there are any changes in barons view of basil's I had heard him speak several years ago at south by southwest baron and at that time it was more new but the basics of basil's not interfering at all in the amazon coverage by the paper and just Believing in the mission of the paper and doing it for that reason that that was what i thought was the case and it was pretty much confirmed in this interview with with something. That was a little bit surprising. That i'll tell you about Barron says in the interview that when. Jeff bezos acquired the post in two thousand thirteen. He fundamentally changed our strategy and that was to go from being a news organization that was focused primarily on our region to being a news organization that would be national and even international. He said at the time and he was correct that we are in an ideal position to do so because we are in the nation's capital that's a good base for that we have the name the washington post which can be leveraged to a national scale unlike a lot of other names of publications around the country and we have a history and heritage the shaper identity. Which is going back to watergate. China light on dark corners. I love this line. He says the implication is that we didn't have to go on a retreat to figure out. Who the hell we were so with that. We became national I find that Revealing parable of the way. Jeff bezos looks at a problem from way high up in terms of perspective. What is this thing called washington post. What kinds of opportunities does it have. Just by the fact it has washington in its name. Where might people be interested in reading what goes on in that city all over the world and so his digital strategy of expansion and turning the post profitable all flowed from the scene into the essence of This newspaper which he was invited to by By the the graham family as a way to preserve the post into the future baron is asked. Why did basil's by the post And he says things which you would expect in which i believe is true that he believes in the mission of journalism. He thinks it's important for democracy. So the civics book Aspects of y bezos is involved in it. He's confirmed this lately in talking about why he has decided to retire as ceo in july But then barron speculates a little and. I don't think i've seen this before. But it seems right to me. He says but my guess is also that he thought it was an interesting challenge and my sense of him is that he likes challenges and that he thought this was doable. And going back to what. I said about how we shifted our strategy. He saw an opportunity that i think others did not see. And that's what makes him him. He recognized that if we could shift our strategy to be national and even international. We could turn the post around because he felt that while focusing on our region was perhaps the right strategy for a different era it wasn't the right strategy for the current one. that's what makes him him He was naturally as well. What about covering amazon. You've heard me talk on the show that that Anybody who reads the washington post coverage of jeff bezos and amazon I don't think would spend a lotta time worrying that the ownership of the papers resulting News coverage sl- slanted toward in a favorable way toward amazon But anyway the new yorker guy says was there a different editorial process amazon stories. Baron answers none zero none. There's just no different process. We treat it like anything else that we do when we first when he first met with the staff he said. Cover me the way you cover anybody else and cover amazon the way you cover any other company. He's reiterated that on several occasions. I've never experienced anything that calls that into question. He hasn't interfered in any way whatsoever with our coverage. And i've never heard a complaint never heard a suggestion never heard anything This this confirm my sense of how basil's has been hailing the post I thought that Several years ago at south by southwest baron and his top digital guy said that they were in a meeting every other week with basil's high level strategy meeting and it appears that that's not quite so frequent now because barron said that he The meetings are typically typically once every two weeks three weeks or something like that. Sometimes we go for a while without any meetings. It's not as regular was but every few weeks we have a meeting. I think maybe after july when jeff steps down see yoda the washington post editor. Whoever it might be after baron Might be having a few more meetings more involvement because that's something jeff said is is important to him. He likes doing something. That improves civilisation in washington. Post and blue origin Both fit that criterion But i'm sure that there won't be any shift in how much.
"grandson" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"grandson" Discussed on The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"grandson" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"As men if they played by the rules. Then twenty happened in my podcast just something about her I'll talk with women, CEO's athletes, politicians, and more. So together, we can create our own. Listen to just something about her on iheartradio APP apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast. So tonight is the presidential debate in Cleveland. we'll get to that in a moment but before we went to break, you wanted to tell us about a story you have with your grandson occurred. In a little trouble with my daughter. I what happened? What did you do? You did some well, you know I had a grandson in the car with me. And we took a rat. I had both my oldest grandsons Noah N. bj, the COP. I had him in the back in carseats. I'm driving and now what you driver. This pitching, which is driving a truck trip. And so driving truck and got him in the backseat. And I was trying to. Turn this corner. And a do kind of cut me off. So. I said something. So. I'll tell you that in a second. So I, send them home. And Carli has bj in the back seat. and. So she told me she said that I know he got this from you. and. So she's pulling into this parking spot and this man cuts her off. As she said, wow, how could you do that? BJ, in his car, seat. Leans over back said, don't get yo ask what? I. Love. Boyscout all your. Side. To. Help. Kasey. Up in the window nope. Don't get ask for. Oh. Also, proud of. My mouth like that man. Is that what you tell the guy who cut you off your Say because I knew. Ron Now said I. I. Don't get Yo ass will. I'm not. Taking note. Okay. Inside. Your own baby road rage. Team Great. Let me get this. We have Joe Biden has some of that fire tonight. During these. Quote bj Yes Abbie j Yes Don't get your ass. Back Down, she said justice comfortable. where I got that moment. On that it. Yeah. So, anyway Corners to Joe, by one of them, coming up to thirty days after the hour the president's business empire, it's not as successful as he climbed. We'll tell you all about it right after this you're listening to. Harvey Morning Show. Hi. I'm Brian Huskey I'm bald and I'm Charlie Sanders I'm also bald we WANNA talk to people about Charlie did you know that the less hair you have the more interesting you become of course, everybody knows that Oh right? I mentioned well, on our podcast ball talk we interview people about being ball Bryant is this show just for Baldi's Charlie? No hair rose will enjoy this too I. mean the show is about perception insecurity vanity just like human stuff and you believe the things that come up listen to ball talk on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts. Paper ghosts is a true crime podcast that investigates the search for the person responsible for the abductions of four missing girls and neighbouring. New. England towns. For more than fifty years each case as remain unsolved every day's like big lost and Gumbo. I pray every day that we finally Sir so he can go on. Wasn't until this past year that things took an unexpected turn. Breakthrough. Answers the decades, old questions and witnesses finally ready to talk. I don't. Just likely. She's marrying Josephine helped us on a brief for many. You know what? I think it is. Listen to paper ghosts on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts..
"grandson" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"President John Tyler was the tenth president of the United States. He was born in seventeen ninety, and is widely considered one of the lesser presidents in American history. If you've never heard of him, don't worry. You weren't missing much. This episode isn't about him. However, this is out his two grandsons, his two grandsons who are still alive in the year twenty, twenty, two, hundred thirty. After the birth of their grandfather, learn more and try not to get a nose bleed thinking about it on this episode of everything everywhere daily. This episode of everything everywhere daily is brought to you by G adventures. G Adventures is the world's Premier Small Group tour operator offering tours in over one hundred countries, and on all seven continents in addition g adventures has been a leader in the area of responsible tourism, helping to establish social enterprises around the world. When you travel with G, you not only get to explore the. The world you also get to help the people in the communities you visit and I speak from firsthand experience I've personally visited over forty countries on all seven continents with g adventures, and I can attest to their high standards and the quality of their tours to learn more about g adventures and defined tour. That's right for you. Click on the link in the show notes. John Tyler isn't the best known US president. In fact, he's best known as being the second half of the phrase, Tippecanoe and Tyler, too. which most Americans students learning history class now I should note that most people who have heard that phrase have no clue what it means or whose referencing. His other claim to fame as being the first vice president ever to ascend to the presidency after the death of President John Tyler was the vice president under William Henry, Harrison who died thirty one days after becoming president. In fact what had happened? People weren't even really sure if he could become president. It never happened before and people weren't totally sure what was supposed to happen. When a president died, many people assumed he would be the acting president, not the actual president of the United States. He was often referred to as his accidents and many people would only refer to him as the acting president. But as I said, this is not an episode about John Tyler. This is an episode about John. Tyler's grandchildren and how two of them are still alive today. This could all be explained in four simple words, old men young wives, however, if I left it at that it would make for a pretty boring podcast. Get into details. John Tyler was a very fa conned man. He had fifteen children in total, which is the most of any US president. His first wife was Lativa Christian, who was the same age as Tyler? They married in eighteen, thirteen and together they had eight children. However, she died of a stroke in eighteen, forty two, while she was first lady in Eighteen, forty four at the age of fifty four tyler married Julia, Gardiner who was thirty years younger than her. It was in fact, the first sitting president ever to be married while in office. Together they had seven children. One of those children was lying. Gardner Tyler was born in eighteen, fifty three, when President Tyler was sixty three years old. Lion Tyler followed in the family tradition of having children late in life. His first wife died in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, one. When he was sixty eight, he then took a second wife Sue Ruffin, who was thirty five years his junior with Su. He had three children, two of whom lived into adulthood. Lyon Gardiner. Tyler John, who was born in Nineteen, twenty four, when he was seventy, one and Harrison Ruffin, tyler, who was born when he was seventy, five in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty eight. Both of those men are still alive today at the age of ninety six and ninety two respectively. So just a recap. A man born in Seventeen Ninety has child at age of sixty three who then has children in his seventies and those children live into their nineties. That is how you can get three generations which span the Eighteenth Nineteenth Twentieth and twenty first centuries. If you're curious and I was in want to take this one generation further President Tyler's father John Tyler senior. The great grandfather of the two men in question was forty four. When President Tyler was born, he was born in Seventeen, forty, three, two, hundred and seventy seven years ago over a quarter millennium ago to put this into perspective, it is not uncommon for children to know their grandparents today. Families with extremely long generations, such as the tyler is uncommon, but not unheard of one contemporary example of this would be the King of Saudi Arabia King Salman who is currently eighty four years old. His father was the founder of modern. Saudi Arabia King. Abdulaziz also known as in sowed, even sowed was sixty years old when Solomon was born. Even sowed was born in the year eighteen, seventy five during the reign of Queen Victoria enduring the U. S grant administration in the United States that was before Thomas Edison had ever filed the patent on the light bulb. And just cap this discussion off of really old fathers. I had to find out who was the oldest man on record ever to have a child, and that distinction is held by a man in southern India, named. Rajat Rog, Hav. who had a son in two thousand and ten at the ripe old age of ninety four? And then followed it up two years later by having another son at the age of ninety six after the second child Mr. Rogge said he wasn't going to have any.
"grandson" Discussed on The Kindle Chronicles
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"Today's June eighteenth twenty twenty and I am. Recording the episode. At. Ocean Park Maine looking out at. The ocean here toward the end of the day time. As well of course, these are long days seven twelve, and they're still plenty of light out there. It was a great summer day here. We finally got into some warm weather. And the cottage you're seeing is not air conditioned so I. Have a chance to really experience the heat up here in the second floor as I, talk to you. this episode. You're going to hear the voices of my two youngest grandson's and Ryan who are six and four years old. They were here for three days this week. What we call GRANDPA and decamp they call Darlene D. and we had all kinds of activity I bought a robot from a company called wonder workshop at Amazon. To Do? Some programming brought some very complicated Lego sets, and you'll hear more about that. As I reflected on it and what I wanted to bring to this episode podcast. The. I was so aware of how they're learning all the time at that age. You know at any age. We're all learning, but I was curious to see if I could learn some tips about learning by talking to my grandson You're going to hear the interviews and then I'm going to share with you twelve. Things that I learned about learning from my grandsons. I'll start out sharing three new stories with you one about an Amazon summer sale that might be coming up and open source sharing of quite innovative aspect of Amazon's protection of employees from Krona virus that their warehouses, and then some thoughts on the economists cover story about Amazon which just.
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"Our grandson, our nascent are great niece. I've always loved music. My father was a bass player and a base maker. And when I was eleven I started working in the workshop with him. Nancy's mom and pops violin? Shop is where some of the world's finest violence or crafted and repaired. Orchestras around the world have players bending violin and the instruments start on the low end in the tens of thousands of dollars. So how did Nancy cross paths with a troubled young guy? Like tito. I feel it's very important to share whatever gifts you have. And I was bicycling in the basin right near our our home. All of a sudden, it was like it just hit me. And in very strong way. You've got to go down there and start teaching the violin that was thirty years ago and ever since every two weeks on a Sunday, quite religiously. In fact, Nancy loads up car with the finely crafted homemade Benny violins as well. Some big treats at four in the morning and drive south five hours to Mexico. She'll spend two days at the orphanage teaching violin before driving all the way back to LA to attend to our shop. It was on one of those trips twenty years ago that Nancy meant a very young de Tokyo's..
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"This is your grandson and so he goes along with it because he's just curious and the guy's saying ham your grandson i'm in prison or jail or something in mexico and i need money to get out and he goes hey that's really cool because i have granddaughters i don't have a grandson so nice try but at the same time that worries me that scares me that there are people out there that are truly preying upon folks that are a little bit older to hope that they can trick them into giving them money and i guess this works sometimes because he looked into it and that's one of the biggest scams out there first of all i mean this is going on week after week day after day and we hear about it a lot i mean i think a few years back and maybe people have caught wind of this was the one where they were calling you and by the way some prince of whatever has left you a fortune in africa somewhere if you'll just give us all year information you can come over and collective right that was going on and i actually had clients come in go hey listen i just got this call and you know if this is for real and i want to give up the two million dollars it's waiting on me but if it's not for real you know but obviously they felt like it was a scam and clearly it was and so i think what we all need to to bear in mind and we we hear about this if we listen to news at all these things are going on all the time i get some just based on how visible we are christina we i'm not hard to find i gotta do is google me and people can find out that i own a company and we we manage wealth for people and i'll get phone calls about this or that if you're retired or close to retirement people know that you might have in this case you know he might have grandchildren or children and if they can find a way it only takes so many phone calls before they find that one person that'll send them some money and to your point they wouldn't be doing it if people weren't sending the money and it it's yeah you just gotta fairy cam.
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"Everybody that means minority as well that's the question i'm asking though is dealing specifically with discrimination which is the problem that you notice anything sort of ethnic about his attitude and answering your questions now talk about the treatment of ben carson do you remember when ben carson said this land of dreams and opportunity there were other immigrants who came here in the bottom of slave ships worked even longer even harder for less they had a dream that one day their sons daughters grandsons granddaughters great grandsons great granddaughters might pursue prosperity and happiness this land euronews us housing secretary carson compare slaves to immigrants ben carson the former republican presidential candidate and now president trump's secretary for housing and urban development has sparked outrage for comparing african slaves brought to america as immigrants life in america was not always easy it wasn't always easy for new agreements certainly wasn't easy for those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily and yet in their own way were immigrants themselves there was discrimination and hardship and poverty but like you they no doubt found inspiration in all those who had come before and they were able to muster faith that here in america they might build a better life rights groups were quick to criticize carson for this comparison and social media lampoon the new hud secretary who was confirmed by the senate last week this is fensive of remark as it gets said steven goldstein executive director of anne frank senator center for mutual respect land of dreams and opportunity there were other immigrants who came here in the bottom of slave ships worked even longer even harder for less they too had a dream that one day their sons daughters grandsons granddaughters great grandsons great granddaughters might pursue prosperity and happiness in the national association for the advancement of color people all criticized carson on his twitter account says the article life in america was not always easy it wasn't always easy for new immigrants certainly it wasn't easy for those of african heritage who had not come here voluntarily and yet in their own way were immigrants themselves rights groups have balked at the suggestion africans pressed into four certitude and denied basic freedoms for hundreds of years in the united states could be compared immigrants who although possibly forced from their home countries due to war famine or other reasons including religious or political persecution still have the freedom of choice and self determination and seeking their lives how dare ben carson compare slaves to immigrants life in america was.