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Strong cold front expected to move into Florida this week
"Ray Hawthorne says A few record lows were possible before the week concludes. Unlike the last few fronts, the air mass behind this front is coming directly from the Canadian prairies. Temperatures will be anywhere from 15 to 25 degrees colder once the front goes through, which could be enough for record lows in central in North Florida. Gradual, moderating trend is likely over the weekend, Hawthorne says. Lows in the fifties or possible, with highs in the lower or mid
"hawthorne" Discussed on KTOK
"Up it in Hawthorne's from the top of that. Over past all the way down to the ground and like I didn't think any plant could like live in that type of condition. But that tells you how sharper drainage they prefer. Uh, I was. There's some green is the very bottom but Oh, no, you That's a great sign. Yes, Yes, I I would wait and you could tell you could tell. Wait and look at it Really good and look right in between the it's gonna be between the little branches and are the stems. And where the leaves are right. In that little crotch, you'll start seeing some buds swelling, and I think it's a little bit too early. Because I had. I'd hate for you to cut off something that was healthy. That That just got some frost damage. But the leaves are brown are not coming back there. They're gonna like fall off, but there's auxiliary buds that will come out and leave back out. So I don't need to do any trimming. The brand will just eventually follow up. Yeah, and actually what? Why do you usually they get sort of brittle after a while, and I shake it and they just fall. Do you water? They should We be watering these dead looking man, Deena's and Indian Hawthorne. They're well, they're they've been forced into dormancy. It's sort of like, uh, Does the opposite thing you do with roses in the middle of a heat wave, but it's sort of the same thing and the cold. It's like like somebody waking up and then walking over with old mallet going punk and the knock just again on then falling back unconscious because they go back into dormancy. So not a whole bunch of water, you know, because they're so sort of waking up again. But the amount of Reputation we've had is perfect, okay? So, uh, all right. I'm excited..
"hawthorne" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"Cheat i our and drain the life from your body. Aries second was only two weeks away. A new business stayed true to his word and visited chelsea. Hawthorne every one of those fourteen days she tried to run but he still found her. There was no way to escape this master hunter not by a train. Cable car airship or see everywhere chelsea rain. The grim reaper found her counting down the days she had left to find the one woman he desired so with so little information to even begin a search through historical records there was no way chelsea could produce a new businesses. Love out of thin air. They're crown of being. The greatest con artist in the world was quickly slipping away from her grasp with one day left until every second they was only one thing for chelsea to do as soon as the clock struck. Midnight on aries. Second fifty nine twenty four chelsea ellen. Hawthorne was found dead in sad park. I mysterious assailant had struck her where the killing curse taking her life before a new is could collect his death. Whether or not she was a true sear could not be confirmed scattered. Rumors of the incident hypothesized that chelsea had paid off a wizard to murder her. This theory was also unconfirmed so it was the night of airy second fifty nine twenty four while chelsea's little old body lay in an empty chapel at newbies hovered over.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Archives of Fabella
"Reaper. Equipped with his trademark skied and long black cloak over bone white armor impervious to magic not. Even warlocks stood a chance against this villain mastermind long since fallen from grace he wants had standing shoulder to shoulder with heroes. A newbies was the highest earning bounty under in the business. He earned most of his money. By working directly with the villainous empire delivering pirate scum to the numerous jail cells throughout the world. A new biz answered to nobody but himself and that made him the perfect target for chelsea's devious ski chelsea knew that duping nubas wouldn't be easy. He with famous. I nothing out. Huckster 's con artists and so called series fooling him would be chelsea's crowning achievement. Her cunning method was slow and well thought out over the course of a year chelsea or events and kammerer such that and new bis would hear of her rumor talent and come looking for her own most a year to date since chelsea singled out a new biz as her target the grim reaper with seated across from her in a dilapidated home. She brought with her stolen money. Rumor house what you are capable of seeing my greeted a newbies as he lowered himself into a rickety wooden chair. Hugh come to the right place. Said chelsea with a crooked smile herm. Give me your hands. So that i may see what the future has for you. A new bes- that his hands on the satin tabo com chelsea dead as she had prepared to do and told him earn aries. Second of bounty of yours will escape is holding so she had it all planned a homeless manipur whom chelsea didn't particularly like and continue our waste of space agreed to be paid to steal jewelry from a store months earlier. The mayor of camelot himself had sat in front of chelsea where she told him to hire a newbies to apprehend the muhtar at the crime scene chelsea organized a few other fireable whom lewis folk to perform a heist to break them in a tar out of new business holding sorrow whether or not the heist went. According to plan was no concern of hers all chelsea had to do was ensure our prisoner will be in a new bes- clutches on every second and heist had been organized to break the prisoner out of containment. All the pieces would be there for a newbies to believe her prediction and she'd have conned a man who claimed to be too smart for a thief like her however as chelsea retracted her hands from a newbies at the fortune telling session that bounty hunters bone white. Armored hands suddenly closed around her wrists and.
Hawthorne Man Sentenced To 212 Years For Insurance Fraud After 2 Disabled Sons Drowned In 2015 Crash Off Port Of Los Angeles Pier
"Trip. A Hawthorne man has been sent to prison for 212 years for fraud after driving his too severely autistic Children and ex wife off a pier at the port of Los Angeles to collect their insurance policies. Authorities say swam ashore was 13 year old. An eight year old boys drowned still strapped into the car seats. His ex wife escaped but couldn't swim. She was rescued by
"hawthorne" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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New York City Man Shot Roommate, Then Two Police Officers In Brooklyn
"Vests credited with saving the life of an NYPD officer as second officer grazed by a bullet responding to a call at 42 Hawthorne Street in Brooklyn last night. That after police received a 911 call from a roommate barricaded in a closet after being shot. The suspects roommate called from a closet, saying he was hiding after being shot by his roomie and both legs. He's stable. So are the police officers, The suspect said. To be mentally disturbed, is under arrest. Undergoing a psych evaluation. County hospital. I'm Sara Lee
Investigation Underway After Apparent Suicide Of Chicago Police Officer
"Fatal gunshot wound today in the North side Police station in an apparent suicide. WGN's Bryan Burrough reports. The officer, identified in a statement by Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown is James Daly, a 21 Year veteran superintendent Brown saying dailies death is deeply felt by me and his many colleagues with whom he worked for. For many years, Daley's body was taken to the medical examiner's office in a police procession. An official cause of death will be determined. Less than a year ago, high ranking Chicago police official Dion Boyd was found dead by suicide in his office at the home in Square Police facility. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot acknowledge that it's early in the investigation of dailies death today, but It's known that suicides erupt during the pandemic. The sad reality is that trauma and depression are with us all the time. And unfortunately that has been exacerbated through the pandemic for a host of reasons. Speaking this morning at Hawthorne
Mayor Lori Lightfoot reacts to Chicago police detective's death
"Officer James Daly. Was found dead of an apparent suicide in the North side Police station this morning. Lightfoot encourages every resident who needs help to reach out. We need to make sure that we just stigmatize Depression and trauma that we emphasize for folks. The array of resources that are available across the city like food made those comments. Visiting Hawthorne Elementary School and a cove in 19 tests developed by
Tiger Woods hospitalized after rollover crash
"News golfer Tiger Woods has been hurt in a rollover crash and Rancho Palos Verde said happened this morning on Hawthorne Boulevard near Blackhorse Road. L. A county fire says fire crews used an ax and a prying tool to get wood out of the vehicle. He was taken to the hospital in serious but stable condition. He's manager says Woods has multiple leg injuries and needed surgery. Former President Trump is reacting to Tiger Woods is crashing man there and Rancher Palace Fair days. I was really surprised and you know he's doing so well. He's Said. He's getting the back in shape and then a thing like this happens. He's had a big problem, as you know, with his back for a long period of time, and Trump says he hopes Woods gets better. Soon he awarded Woods with the Medal of Freedom in
"hawthorne" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Major damage the vehicle you've seen all the images of that. And, uh, with that are Lameda Sheriff's station will be conducting the traffic investigation. And they'll take from days of several weeks to get the whole thing together. Once it in the investigation is completed, we will provide a detailed report. It'll be available. You know, based on public record act request, and we will not discuss it any further after that point, But this point I wanna introduce Chief Darryl Ausby L, a county fire department. Good afternoon. I'm far chief Darryl Osby of the Los Angeles County Fire Department. At approximately 7 22 this morning. Resource is from Los Angeles County forestation 106 received a report of a solo vehicle accident at the intersection of Hawthorne Boulevard, and Paul is very striking North. Rolling Hills estates upon arrival of the scene of the Internet with sheriff's unseen. Resources and personnel from the Los Angeles County Fire Department observed a single roll over vehicle incident with one person trapped. That posting fat at it was extricated by the loss of his county fire department personnel. Earlier, it was stated that the jaws of life was utilized to extricate the person trapped. It was later determined by our personnel. Had a holiday in two, which is used for prying and X was also used to pry the person free from the vehicle. The person was packaged at the incident in stable condition with serious injuries because of the fact that they needed to be extricated. They were transported to harbor You see all the hospital because of extrication and Harbor Hospital is also a trauma center, as indicated earlier. There's also a second vehicle accident. With no injuries. Thank you. Right? And the vehicle involved is in 2021. Genesis is a midsize SUV. Espanola. See that those of the land manana in like idea Hawthorne room while North Pole intersection the palace where this drive Oh, bone accidental to political, their own soul of equal it on their vehicle. Volchkova areas, vases in cardio area. The rescue of Golfer Tiger Woods and that accident in L. A. This morning at last report, he was in the hospital undergoing surgery. They did not provide us any update on his condition, except to say that he has serious injuries will have continuing coverage throughout.
Go for Tree Diversity in Your Yard
"I have some spruce trees. I have ten of planet along the back of my property. They're absolutely beautiful. They're dying one at a time. So i guess one of the lessons is that when you go to plant a screen or you want a wind break something like that. You want some plant diversity. Yes always is is a key mark. I'm going to jump backwards to compromise conversations. We've had about your sweet gums lining tree edge. That is street after street after street in your community. That's wonderful when it's in full color in all going will aid sets and or disease or what have you or a particularly harsh winter that can cause significant diseases we gums the lack of diversity can be extremely expensive in many ways visually and financially now to avoid that then based on your question i try in designed to always think of that. Very factor Well any given blue spruce or any three of them is plenty in my opinion now and order then to enjoy them. Put them in a prominent spot. Put them where they can be seen and enjoyed by you and neighbors but then next to them not close not not going to cause a problem later on but i would definitely add in some pine Where the Well we'll we'll just say the australian scotch pines can have their little problems. Now you would come in with other kinds of pine and i'm not going to elaborate. There are many other pine trees that can work. Then we come to this plant. That i've mentioned this call came a separate and this will give us now Diversity in their gene pool. It'll give us diversity in their appearance and so on so. I would strongly recommend against a hedge. Well for the most part would go against a hedge of any one given thing I i know one place that i drive by frequently where they used all white pines and other white pines are still in very good shape. But i've been driving by for twenty years and those beautiful young white pines have all started to get high. Hid is if you will as all plants grow. The growth energy goes to the tips of the branches. And and to the top. Well the fella planet all of those white pines to screen his property now has no screening whatsoever. There all naked to about nine feet. All you see is tree trunks. Now that still as a diversion to the i but no disease organisms. They're just simply too many of one thing that a whole does the same thing they'll they'll live on for probably in the next thirty years. They may break up in a windstorm a little bit. They're right now. there's no problem with white pines. however his problem as was initially perceived is ongoing now. Because there's not much you can plant below them and so so anyhow mark diversity is the key there where if you use a blue spruce or if you use whatever then go to other things in a different corner oriented in that line or even to the extent of changing character use the evergreens that are needed to block the given circumstances. You don't wanna see anytime the year and then add in some deciduous trees be things like flooring crabs or or what have you. Hawthorne's and japanese. Red maples and so on to give you the change of pace in character. Color times of year in the whole ball of wax. So try to avoid monocultures is what it's called.
Berries Add Color to the Fall Landscape.
"You mentioned several different types of berries of the that you have in your yard in addition to the snow berry and the corollary. I know that you have beauty berry. What else do you have. Well beauty berry and i snuck in money sneaking. I asked permission. I put it in my neighbor's yard. Because i didn't have room for it to grow as i would want it to growth so it is there in my neighbor's yard get to enjoy it then. A matter of several hollies The ones that i have are. I'm going to call them the sparkle berry group now. This is very nonspecific but it is a shrub type of holiday. It does lose. Its leaves their about gone right now but at the same time as they go. They uncover brilliant red berries half the size of a small cranberry Blueberry whatever They are profuse The flowers a tiny little thing in the spring might walk by it and not even see it. But when there is a momma and poppa or many muslims in pop up so that they can cross pollinate they are outstanding and then about three years ago. I put in a foreigner so to speak. it is and a yellowish buried. one that is also pollinated by the same male and therefore i have the taller red and then headed over toward the orangey yellow of the flooring. Crab fruit is the little very of the sparkle berry group. I've forgotten his name. I'm sorry but at the same time there are several variations of red and then orange and yellow so Really outstanding type of plant and then of course the flooring crabs are in full color right now must have been a good time for them in the spring because they flowered very nicely and then there must not have been a frost at. We'll call it the wrong time because my Well my flooring. Crabs are just standing full of fruit which will then freeze not before too long and be ready for the verge to eat so it gives me two different pleasures. One and watching the birds which will swarm that tree or shrub group when he had can. And then on from there into the simply. They're looking three then. I happened to have two different hawthornes in my yard as background creatures and both of them are wonderful trees. The one right now is a beautiful orange red berry the other one. Fortunately where i put. It has no fruit. Never has that any fruits flowers white in the spring so those plants are looking good also.
SpaceX launches another 60 Starlink satellites
"Have made the journey into orbit. They caught a ride on a Hawthorne based space X rocket that lifted off from Cape Canaveral this morning. The starling system is designed to provide low cost Internet access and underserved areas around the world. A total of 800 Starling satellites are already floating around in space. Another space six satellite launch is scheduled for Wednesday morning.
Harrison Ford cleared in FAA investigation after plane runway mishap earlier this year
"Actor Harrison Ford has received the green light to fly his airplanes again after an investigation following an incident in Southern California earlier this year. It was April 24th when Harrison forwarded the controls of his plane cross the runway as another plane was about to land in Hawthorne Air traffic control telling Ford of his mistake uniform. Get across that one right now. I told you before old short, you need to listen up. I thought exactly that audio from live 80 si dot net now the FAA, saying the pilot Harrison Ford was required to take a remedial runway incursion training course. The case has been closed, and Ford is cleared to fly like stone.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast
"Coming to the greenhouse as time goes on as far as like exterior. Yeah like you mentioned before so a couple of things. The original design had a b window. Which is right to the left of the mud room. We have yet to have somebody to actually design that be window so hopefully that will be an addition I do think i. I don't think any like exterior like building additions. But i think the additions will come more on the interior. It will take us a while to build a growing systems and figure out what growing systems work. And so i think on the use of the greenhouse several be lots of opportunities for that one thing that was talked about in the spring. Two thousand nine hundred group that was tabled for awhile was a water collection system for the roof And there there is some feasibility for that. There is a decent amount of surface area on that roof to collect water. At least for you know a few months of the year. I don't think it'll be enough at any point but It could get us close So that that's something that may or may not get looked at in the future awesome. I like hearing about this greenhouse project. Really cool because when you think of the greenhouse you're like oh yeah it's just like warmer growth and plans but it's nice to hear that there are so many different aspects to this serving of like a b window water collection and like reusing materials. Like all of that is really cool to me. That and also the fact that a group of students came together to help build this and it was like overtime That's just really awesome. So i think that's all i had for question sam. Do you have any other questions you'd like to ask. I don't know i do have one more. When do you think the construction is going to be done. So that's kind of tough question you know when we're working with students who obviously have full schedules. Things can sometimes get delayed. We've been moving along pretty well and i would like to give army. Rotc a lot of credit. They have been extremely helpful with volunteering. They did so last semester in the spring and before we got shut down for covid and they've they've already helped us the semester and continue to do so would dare help if we can continue to get volunteers. And i'll emphasize this to anyone if anyone wants to volunteer for the greenhouse as long as they're approved to be on campus. Now that we're in stage two allows us some flexibility. You know it's really gonna come down to how many volunteers we have and what we have for labor but the goal is that we can have a greenhouse that can begin operations for spring semester. That's that's been my goal since the summer and right now we are on track to make that happen so long as we keep moving forward. Awesome and say so. This is back to the you know the student educational experience and the actual construction experience. I had my my senior capstone design class this morning. And they're presenting their proposals or what they would do this semester and their timelines at the. Nsa wait a minute and others and other design of the electrical system would be done in on the last day of the semester. I said no. We're going have some of those decisions made earlier and so now it's time to work with the construction crew to make sure that the design team is not holding the construction and to to figure out the sort of critical decisions that are needed earlier. Maybe they'll the whole thing isn't going to be done. They're designed the semester. But i sort of said okay. It's time to think a little bit more about the the in some cases you know engineering design. You gotta make decisions before you really want to make the just in time decisions and to to not hold up. Something like construction. Yeah i had one other point. I'd like to make and that's the users the greenhouse right what's going to happen with this greenhouse when all the construction is done we have a lot of really enthusiastic student could so The garden club. Who also has the vegetable garden right beside the greenhouse expect to both grow like seedlings to put in the garden but also maybe grow lettuce year round right into to have some vegetables crops whether for their own consumption or to share with others throughout the village to the garden club is really excited. Engineers for international sustainability has done. Some aqua panics experiments and efforts in the past so that's like having a fish tank and the dirty water in the fish tank rather than just going through a filter it gets used as fertilizer for plants and then the clean water goes back So they're interested in using it and then there are a couple of professors in the biology department who do experiments with plants and their actual experiments might happen in their labs but if they can have a staging area and grow plants and you get them ready in the greenhouse and then they don't have to buy plants is saw they'll be able to get them going and perhaps also you know we're botany classic. And actually they could do experiments with office so it's intended to have multiple users. We still have to work on sort of the user cohabitation sort of Arrangements to make sure that everybody gets to use it in a way. That doesn't interfere with other people's needs so that'll be interesting lesson. And i think a lot of the projects that i do are trying to get diverse people to work together. So it's not a tragedy of the comments sorta thing that we're making the most of the resource collectively in a good way rather than competing for space or nobody taking care of it and sorts of things that we saw this that that's going to be part of the moving forward to is the operations and maintenance and management of the users moving forward. That's awesome. I liked that. It's multi use a lot of people get to use it. It's a whole clarkson community because that was the main downfall of the first one and you know my hope for the greenhouses that the whole greenhouse. I remember on my campus tour longtime ago now before i came here the tour guide. I believe said something like this is the anaerobic digestion and pointed to the greenhouse instead of the arabic digest here behind it and so my hope greenhouses even though it doesn't look like a green like traditional greenhouse in that it's all translucent. It's not all translucent. My hope is that everyone knows that that's the greenhouse and everyone knows that there are opportunities to get involved with it. If they so choose the that would be really awesome to see is having opened up as a university resource and be used as it's intended. Maybe it's just a couple of time chairs sitting in the back. Sit there here lunch. Seventy five degree winter surrounded by plants in the middle of the winter actually sounds quite lovely..
"hawthorne" Discussed on Clarkson Ignite Podcast
"Our mission is to shape this podcast to the ignite slogan which is think making night we hope to connect individuals across clarkson's diverse community and give you our listeners interesting and unique content. Our hope is that you can walk away from our episodes learning something new and valuable something that will truly inspire you for this week's episode. We spoke with dr susan powers and matt harvey born. Dr susan. susan powers is the spends professor of sustainable environment systems. And she's a director for the institute for sustainable environment at clarkson Hawthorne is a graduate. Student here clarkson he's on and ignite fellowship. He studied engineering. Management at clarkson for his undergrad and he's currently working on his masters in environmental science and engineering. This week we had them both on to talk about the greenhouse project which is currently taking place at clarkson was great to have both of them on and hope. You enjoyed the conversation as much as we did today. We have dr susan powers and graduate student matt with us to talk about the greenhouse project So let's just start by wanting to tell us about how the greenhouse project started. How the idea for it came up. Just a general overview of the beginning of the project will start with that that was before mce in about two thousand eight was the first time we envisioned having a greenhouse on campus and that was For a particular growing technology that we were trying to test and we got funding from that from the epa through their p three student competition and the students brought home seventy five thousand dollars to the original greenhouse that lasted about ten years but there are all sorts of issues with both the structure itself was not weathering well and we had come to the conclusion that the growing technology that was used inside. The greenhouse was not very resilient it was pretty neat was really high tech but because it was so high tech did not whether well with any power outages or pump failures and it resulted in a lot of crop loss and so greenhouse needs to be really resilient in terms of taking care of plants and so we decided a couple years ago that either we needed to get rid of it or you build it and it was though winning design in the twenty eighteen sustainability fun competition which is a campus wide. Vote on what we spend twenty five thousand dollars on and so that you know gave us okay. We've got at least a good star of the money that we need to deconstruct the old greenhouse. And we did that in a way that we could recoup and recover some of the materials to us again and start to be built. We've had three years of capstone design. Class students involved in the redesign of the greenhouse. And it's intended to be now a facility. The first one the greenhouses just like structure to enable us testing this aeroponics technology. But now he decide what we really need is a facility that enables different groups to use the greenhouse so the very different specifications and purpose awesome. That's actually really interesting. It's nice that students actually like voted for this project to get the money but So matt you're part of one of the senior design classes back in two thousand eighteen nineteen twenty nineteen twenty nineteen money. Tell us a little about what being that classes like. You guys did anything like that sure. So that semester. I think was pretty unique in that. We were tasked as a class to go from a pretty high level. Conceptual design With just a few specifications to trying to have an operational plan to not only deconstruct the previous greenhouse. But then build this new design that we had to come up with. and so the classes pretty sizable. I think we had somewhere around sixteen or so students and we were able to break into subgroups with specialties. Which i think was really crucial from a learning an educational perspective because yes. You were really kind of dove into one specific system within the larger project but as emphasized in the class. You had to really talk with everyone else. All the other systems that were being designed at the same time in order to make sure that everything with one another and really worked well when you went to go build it and so that was probably the biggest takeaway from the class and something that definitely shows when you can do it. Well so dr power. It's tell us more about like the classes have been like for you. How you've been able to structure them. What's look different over the last three years. I've learned a lot about engineering design. I've been teaching engineering design for decades but going to a whole project like this really gives you different sensible whole oftentimes. Our capstone design. Classes are just a feasibility study. You know you come up with some idea and you get to the point where say well you know this could be built or maybe some options. But in this case that's where we started But since then in all of the years mads year was the first year that we ended up with a concrete proposal for this is what the green house is gonna look like. There have been so many details. Since then we have gone back and redone. Some of the engineering work student student calculations and so often ends up being that we spend two semesters doing things like estimating the heat that's required to keep the greenhouse warm on a minus twenty degree night in january. And so it's and. I think the students also appreciate also at at least from the engineering perspective. All students often end up in the middle of a project right. You don't come in at the initiation and go all the way through production you end up somewhere in the middle you have to figure out. Where am i. What are the next steps. And so as we've progressed. You still do all the steps of engineering design. Gotta understand your problem and your specifications but now they're really detailed specifications it's like what size conduit do we need right not you know. Where are we going to put a heater. And so but it's still engineering design. You still go through the same process of engineering design. It's just ask for a more finalized product and there's no question that the the engineering design classes will not stop once. The construction is done a lot of opportunity to learn from the greenhouse and figure out how to do better as we go For example a lot of solar radiation comes in in the summer gets really hot. I suspect we need some shades. We don't need that from day one operations but it's something that we can be testing and understanding and doing analysis over the next couple of years to figure out. How do we improve. How.
End of unemployment benefit will see rise in food banks
"Are expected to see increased the man with the end of the weekly $600 federal unemployment benefit made possible by the cares act, which expired Friday. Here's W. BP's Clayton Nevil. The money was made available as a result of the economic hardships brought on by the Corona virus pandemic. Dr Valerie Hawthorne with the North Texas Food Bank. We do know that food security is tied to economic security. So as households are receiving less money, they're gonna have to make some tough decisions. Hawthorne anticipating demand to rise Over the next few weeks, a
"hawthorne" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"Hands before the altar as lovers whom adverse circumstances have separated through life yet who meet again as they are leaving it and find their earthly affection changed into something. Holy as religion. What is time to the married of eternity? Amid the tears of many and a swell of exalted sentiment in those who felt right. With solemnized the Union of two immortal souls. The train of withered mourners, the horry bridegroom in his shroud, the Pale features of the age bride, and the death bell, tolling through the whole tin. It's deep voice overpowered the marriage words all marked the funeral of earthly hopes. But as the ceremony preceded this Oregon, as if stirred by the sympathies of this impressive scene poured forth an anthem. I mingle with the dismal now, then rising to a loftier strain till the sole looked down upon its WHOA. And when the awful right was finished, and with cold hand in cold hand. The married of eternity withdrew. The organs peel of solemn triumph drowned the wedding now. Hey Steve Phoenix here to give you my ideas on the wedding nail by Hawthorn a piece. I picked. It's a whole different kind of Gothic. We've been working with in bag of bones. It's very mask of the red death. ghosts are real sort of thing. Couple of things about this story. One public. Non Asli by Hawthorn Literary magazine. He did that kind of a lot in the eighteen thirties in early eighteen forty S. He wanted this piece. If I remember correctly to be part of unpublished narrative cycle, there was supposed to be this almost relations sort of. set of stories that would all be interconnected, which is why this story is so similar to some of his other stories like ministers, black bail may pole marymount. Et Cetera in that same literary magazine. He really wanted the story to be published after another story. which is basically an essay about Dante in how Dante was super love with his childhood friend, Beatrice Read Dante Dante Beatrice. Like comes out a lot, so it was clear that he knew exactly what his. Find Point was for this piece. On unrelated no, I think it's. Getting that Hawthorne is really critical puritans in puritanism in his work as a whole, the scarlet letter is all about and even critical In this piece they appear as you know paid ghosts essentially Zombie Extras. In the story in the trick that is played on her and yet the idea that a bride would be punished with for two previous marriages is Kinda Puritan idea so you get mixed messages at of this story. I love just the imagery in general it. It's really course brighty through seen Tim Burton's corpse bride. This comes rate out of that time period in that place. yeah, those are my thoughts. I feel bad because I. Want to get deeper into it. We have finished reading bag of bones, but I don't WanNa. Spoil anything so instead. What I'll say is give it a read yourself try to pick out some of its themes and read the rest of bag of bones with us, which will be tackling next week and yeah. Wall see when we get there. Please join US next time. Thanks so much for.
"hawthorne" Discussed on The Stephen King Boo! Club
"A brief space elapsed during which the silence was broken, only by whispers, and a few suppressed tittering 's among the wedding party in the spectators, who, after the first shock, were disposed to draw an ill natured merriment from the affair. The young have less charity for age to follies than the old for those of youth. The widows glance was observed to wander for an instant toward a window of the church as if searching for the time worn marble that she had dedicated to her first husband. Then her eyelids dropped over there faded orbs, and her thoughts were drawn irresistibly to another grave. To buried men with a voice at her ear, and Cry Afar off were calling her to lie down beside them. Perhaps with momentary truth feeling she thought how much happier had been her fate. If after years of bliss, the bell were now tolling for her funeral, and she were followed to the grave by the old affection of her earliest lover, long her husband. Put. Why had she returned to him? When they're cold, hearts shrank from each other's embrace. Still the death bell tolled so mournfully that the sunshine seemed to fade in the air, a whisper communicated from those who stood nearest the windows now spread through the church. A hearse with a train of several coaches was creeping along the street, conveying some dead man to the churchyard, while the bride awaited a living one at the altar. Immediately after the footsteps of the bridegroom and his friends were heard at the door, the widow looked down the aisle, and clinched the arm of one of her bridesmaids in her bony hand with such unconscious violence that the fair girl trembled. You frighten me, my dear. Madam cried she for Heaven Sake. What is the matter nothing? My dear nothing, said the widow, then whispering close to her ear. There is a foolish fancy that I cannot get rid of I'm expecting my bridegroom to come into the church with my first two husbands for groomsmen. Look look screamed the bridesmaid. What is here the funeral? As she spoke a dark procession paste into the church. I came an old man and woman, like chief mourners at a funeral, attired from head to foot in the deepest black all, but their pale features and Hori hair he leaning on staff, and supporting her decrepit form with his nerveless arm, behind, appeared another and another pair as aged as black and mournful as the first. As they drew near the widow recognized in every face, some trait of former friends long forgotten, but now returning as if from their old graves to warn her to prepare shroud, or with purpose, almost unwelcome to exhibit their wrinkles and infirmity, and claim her as their companion by the tokens of her own decay. Many marry night had she danced with them in youth, and now enjoy his age. She felt that some withered partner should request her hand, and all unite in a dance of death to the music of the funeral bell. Why all these mourners were passing up the aisle, it was observed that from Pew Pew. The spectators shuddered with irrepressible all as some object, hitherto concealed by the intervening figures came full into sight. Many turned away their faces. Others kept a fixed and rigid stare, and a young girl giggled hysterically and fainted with laughter on her lips. When the spectral procession approached the altar, each couple separated and slowly diverged till in the center appear to form that had been worthily ushered in with all this gloomy pomp, the death, knell and the funeral. It was the bridegroom in his shroud. Garb but that of the grave could have befitted such a death like aspect, the is indeed the wild gleam of SUPPO- poker lamp. All else was fixed in the stern calmness, which old men wear in the coffin. The corpse stood motionless, but addressed the widow in accents that seemed to melt into the clang of the Bell, which fell heavily on the air, while he spoke come, my bride said those Pale lips the hearses ready. The sexton stands waiting for us at the door of the tomb. Let us be married. And then to our coffins. How shall the Widows overby represented? It gave her the Ghastliness of a dead man's bride. Her youthful friends stood apart, shuddering at the mourners, the shrouded bridegroom and herself the whole scene expressed by the strongest imagery, the vain struggle of the gilded vanities of this world when. Used to age, infirmity, sorrow and death. The awestruck silence was first broken by the clergyman. Mr Ellen would. said he soothingly yet with somewhat of authority. You are not well. Your mind has been agitated by the unusual circumstances in which you are placed, the ceremony must be deferred as an old friend. Let me intrigue you to Return Home Oh. Yes, but not without my bride answered he in the same hollow cents. Hugh Deem this mockery. Perhaps madness. Had I designed my age and broken frame with scarlet and embroidery had I forced my withered lips to smile at my dead heart. That might have been mockery or madness. But now let young and old declare which of us has come hither without a wedding garment, the bridegroom or the bride. He stepped forward at a ghostly pace, and stood beside the widow, contrasting the awful simplicity of his shroud with the Glare and glitter, in which she had arrayed herself for this unhappy seen. None the beheld them could deny the terrible strength of the moral, which his disordered intellect had contrived to draw cruel. Cruel. Grown the heart, stricken bride crew repeated he. Then losing his death like composure in a wild bitterness, heaven judge, which of us has been cruel to the other. In my youth. You'd apprised me of my happiness. My Hope's my aims. You took away all of the substance of my life, and made it a dream without reality, even enough to grieve at with only a pervading gloom through which I walked wearily and cared not whether. But after forty years, when I have built my tomb, and would not give up the thought of resting. They're not for such a life as we want pictured you call me to the Altar At your summons I am here. But other husbands have enjoyed your youth, your beauty or warmth of heart, and all that could be termed your life. What is there for me, but you are decay and death. And therefore I have bidden the funeral friends and bespoke spoken the sexton's deepest Nell and am come in my shroud to Wendy you. As with a burial service that we may join our hands at the door of the sepulchre and enter it together. It was not frenzy. It was not nearly the drunkenness of strong emotion in a heart unused to it that now wrought upon the bride. The stern lesson of the day had done its work. Her worldliness was gone. She seized the bridegroom's hand. Yes cried she let us went even at the door of the sepulchre. My life is gone and vanity and emptiness, but that's close. There is one true feeling. It has made me what I was in youth. It makes me worthy of you. Time is no more for both of us. Let us wed for eternity. With a long and deep regard, the bridegroom looked into her eyes while a tear was gathering in his own. Strange that gush of human feeling from the frozen bosom of a corpse. He wiped away the tears even with his shroud. Beloved of my you. Said He. I have been wild. The despair of my whole lifetime had returned at once and maddened me forgive. And be forgiven. Yes, it is evening with us now, and we have realized none of our morning dreams of happiness, but let us join our.
SpaceX rocket successfully carries new satellites into orbit
"Another space X. rocket launch Saturday morning from Cape Canaveral Florida the falcon nine rocket carrying fifty eight starlink broadband internet satellites blasted off just after two twenty AM Pacific time this is the second time in eleven days that are rocket from the Hawthorne based company took off for outer
Stephen Fry on Reimagining the Greek Myths
"You've written memoirs. You've written novels. What made you sit down and think what I really need to do is is rewrite Turi version of the Greek myths. It was amendment two to. Having dinner with some friends and I can't remember how this subject came up, but Someone was talking about you know. It wasn't an over pretentious dinner party discussion, but it was about the way. Different Cultures explained how the world came to be. We were saying is is Genesis a terrible myth? Is it all about guilt and shame and other better ones, and so started to talk about you know the Greek origin myths, and then went back to to the you know out of chaos, and or an Austin guy on I'm started staring at me and said go on. I said well. You know and then I. Get the next generation was talking. Know about Kronos and and then the birth of Zeus. New Game Wow. How'd you oldest I supervised? Creek myths and a lot of them were very far more diligent to nine and probably better read, but they just they knew the names. Everyone knows the names use in Paulo, and and and so on, but they hadn't joined the dots. And, it's a miraculous thing about Greek mythology that there is a timeline in chronology knits probably be reverse engineered by. He's been homer and later poets obviously, but nonetheless it has a shape a beginning in the end, which other mythic structures don't seem to have and the so deepen. To use such a Cliche, but I can't avoid in the DNA of our own culture and art that it's kind of part of who we are so. They encouraged me really and a lot of people said you got. You could retell those stories, and at first I thought I'd do a stage show, and then I started writing it and realize what pleasure it was to to research. Go back to some of the sources the time remember burn and find out and fill in the gaps in my knowledge that I started writing. Did that Mobile Library play a part in your early reading of the Greek myth says well, yes, it did and firmly enough it was American, mythologised, who were the biggest infants so me when I was young apart from Robert Graves who was hugely influential. Who wrote a magnificent two volume edition of agreements, but when I was younger and too young, for Robert Graves, it was Hamilton and Bernadette, Flynn and bull finch copy of Dolphins, which is American I think. Isn't it the both with? And Anthony Hoffman whom I remember well reading those when I was very young, had big illustrated version of Nathaniel. Hawthorne's Tanglewood Tales and these were all wonderful retailing children, and there was a pretty sure Roger Lance Lynn Green. Bread was a boy and at school, because I loved classics at school from a very early age, we were taught latching from age of seven of. School and and I did. It only because I think it did so badly it everything else. That I was put onto ancient Greek quite young, too. I was eight or nine when I started engine. Great which I love. And so the stories, of course, the things you use for translations and So I grew up with a with a lot of them.
SpaceX makes history with successful rocket launch
"Let's talk about space we lost some will not I don't and and and a lot of firsts were involved in this first of all it it was a private space company SpaceX which started in I think two thousand two and Eli must company a private space rocket company they worked along side NASA they pick they basically SpaceX did the whole thing from start to finish they designed the rocket they designed the capsule and and these guys launch astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob bank in Bob and Doug they kept calling him on the launch I was watching the live feed and I could not not think about the SCTV scary for the movie strange brew with Bob and Doug McKenzie I can't want to calm hoser it it is I don't I I love this kind of stuff I think it's absolutely fascinating and if if you're like why are people making such a big deal about this because it was everywhere a bunch of people watched it everybody was talking about it I'm it it is it is really quite a remarkable thing and you've got these two seasoned astronauts right these guys are like that the commander dog is a marine pilot he's been to space a couple times this guy has flown he's docked with the international space station on his own he's manual controls that is a nearly impossible task it's not tried searching for I did I'll try searching for it on link then you will have a hard time finding this guy to hire they hired like one of the white people in the planet is the only got this particular job yeah in or off the planet he's the only guy but but this time they used computers they launching these if you saw any of the video it's this beautifully sleek cushioned capsule that they're in they have and I can explain why mom was a who owns SpaceX yon yep and if you look at the inside the capsule looks like it really does Tesla's known for having a steering wheel in a TV essential hand side and end up breaking out into the Aggie can't look out of gas pedal and accelerator pedal and that's what the inside of this without the accelerator pedal that's what the inside of this looked like it was all touch screen also not like what you the the the NASA space capsule that you have come to admire and from from movies it doesn't look like anything like that anymore it looks much much more modern it is what the future space flight in one of the significant things here is this is the the beginning of the privatization of space flight right the the way it used to work was was it's not like that there have been private contractors building the stuff if you work at Boeing you know Boeing's history of building major components of every space mission I'm going it was front center it doesn't really happen without bowing right and other American contractors who do who developed a high tech but it was all in the auspices in the funding of NASA this is different NASA was involved but essentially NASA was the contractor helping these guys get to outer space it becomes it's a very interesting reversal of roles and if you don't think that that Jeff Basil's and his blue origin was sitting out there both rooting for and against the wasn't reading I think Francis aster but he certainly wasn't rooting for massive success unless he feels like Hey there's it's a big universe there's room out there for all of us it was very very interesting to think about I mean for you one must love him or hate him in in you probably do both on the on any given month given the way the guy behaves getting a space program off the ground in from two thousand when it was it was too two thousand ten till now is a standing yeah without denial of land over rockets and you know it wise it really is kind of remarkable and this is if you or anything of a space junkie and I am this was a real historic day and worth seeing and on top of that like we talked about once before on the show there is a simulator where you can actually try to really high it's it's similar to what you can try and doc this thing on your own that is it marks up the similar it simulated that they used I don't know how many times I ended up into deep space on saleable or brand right into the space station because I couldn't get it done they used to have like a a simulator in Cape Canaveral in Florida and I went down there with my dad when I was a kid and he's a pilot he he's a commercial if he's one big jets and everything he gets in the similar I barely I mean he didn't he didn't do it he couldn't actually do but got really really close and he's like man that was like the hardest thing I've ever done right the space shuttle used to have I this is my favorite part of storage space shuttle used to have two thousand manual switches right and you're when you're an astronaut you flick and then you're doing all the stuff turn these this this has twenty from two thousand to twenty everything is touch screen and these guys Bob especially the commander he's an old school marine and at first he was like I don't know about all this because when you're wearing the big astronaut gloves and you're flipping switches and it's real important that those switches get flipped there's you know when you physically flipped it or toggled it or whatever it is that right with a touch screen he's he's like that took a lot of getting used to so the SpaceX people are like we got you Bob and they created like a like a little like bloom like when you touch the screen you see some sort of a visual indication well it is actually touched it's the whole thing in your phone we're so between the two at the haptic response to refer to it as when your phone buzzes or clicks right when you do that kind of stuff the reason that they keep the shutter noise in a camera what they don't need the center noise in the camera anyway all of these things are because we're so a **** waited to flicking that switch to feeling that resistance some sort of physical contact with it and so they just dumbing it up for our own company even though it's not necessary that's exactly what they did here everybody knows Houston as in Houston you have a problem mission control this is as Mike said not a NASA mission so mission control you with they heard they heard voices from Hawthorne California that's for SpaceX is based out of so this is just changing changing the whole game yeah I mean but you know Hawthorne has its own problems so I suppose in some point locally we never get to that point and it and I think that that's really what now so it was not built solely to make space a government enterprise but to alternately allow this sort of building to happen and I think NASA's done a really remarkable job of pivoting to what the future is in becoming sort of this agency to essentially becoming an incubator for private space right and that is actually not a dumb thing for for them to do and and now we have four companies and more in other countries that are actually buying for this for this sort of dominance it's a pretty interesting thing it really is it's one of those many things like we talk about in Seattle that underscores what it what it what a real setback it feels like for Paul Allen to have died because he was also involved in a project out of Syria and so a lot of a lot of effort now in the private sector of doing this thing but this thing being successful is good news for everybody including other companies that are competing with them because we needed to see it happen from a private company and I certainly hope that this is just the beginning of a really really interesting future
NASA awards $1 billion in moon lander contracts
"Nassar ramping up efforts to put astronauts on the moon again NASA wants to return astronauts to the moon by twenty twenty four and it's turning to the private sector to build the lunar landers three companies are splitting a near one billion dollar contract SpaceX in Hawthorne California blue origin in Kent Washington and Dianetics in Huntsville Alabama over the next ten months each will refine their proposed landers and NASA will pick the winner the dynamics version is low to the ground the blue origin lander would have astronauts descending a ladder on the moon's surface well the SpaceX version includes an
Harrison Ford admits pilot error on runway: "I'm terribly sorry"
"Morning news so was that Indiana Jones on that runway or was that wrong way Corrigan she would have the Harrison Ford this is Sam with him before you know seven he's a pilot yeah he's seventy seven years he's crash these crashes blight for I think this is also happened once before some Ford piloting a plane that wrongly cross the runway where another plane was landing this happened at Hawthorne blue book airports that serve just outside Los Angeles FAA is investigating he beat Italy by the way knowledge his mistake apologized to ATC for the error nobody got injured there's never any danger of a collision but it brought up an image of Douglas wrong way Corrigan and only reason why I'm mentioning it but a he's in a store go figure made famous by he was supposed to be flying from New Jersey or New York City I think it was too long beach California any other up in Ireland what DO you would think you would think what she had the water go home some of the white
Harrison Ford piloting plane that wrongly crosses runway
"The actor best known for playing Han solo in Star Wars is being investigated for another aerial mishap Harrison Ford was at the controls of a plane that wrongly cross the runway where another plane was landing and now the feds are looking into the incident that happened this past Friday at Hawthorne airport in Los Angeles for the publicist says the mishap occurred when the actor mis heard an instruction from air traffic control the publicist statement says forty media only fetched up to the mistake and apologized to the tower for his error and that no one was hurt no was there any danger of collision it's the latest in several similar incidents over the years for Ford who is seventy seven now he collects and frequently flies both planes and helicopters I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Harrison Ford piloting plane that wrongly crosses runway
"President the actor trump's best order known for to meat playing processors Han solo to keep in their Star plants Wars running during is the being pandemic investigated raises for another safety questions aerial mishap by the workers and the union that represents some of them with some twenty Harrison workers Ford dead was at nationwide the controls of and a thousands plane that of others wrongly testing cross positive the runway for the corona where another virus plane or was being landing exposed to and it now the feds the United are looking food into and commercial the incident workers union that happened is raising this past safety Friday concerns at Hawthorne about airport the meat plants in Los Angeles union for vice the publicist president mark says Lawrenson the mishap says occurred changes when have the actor to be made mis including heard slowing an instruction the lied from air and traffic personal control protective equipment the publicist for all statement the says workers forty media he P. only fetched up to testing the mistake and apologized proper to the tower speed for his so error we can actually and that space no one ourselves was hurt out no was trump's there order any danger follows of the closure collision of some of the nation's it's the largest latest pork in several processing similar plant incidents the companies over the years are working for Ford up mitigation who is seventy plans seven while now also he offering collects higher and pay frequently and bonuses flies to both help planes the workers and helicopters to stay on the job I'm Oscar wells Gabriel I'm timid wire
"hawthorne" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Told Hawthorne about a dream she had years ago she had opened her eyes to find the dark figure of a native American standing at the foot of her bed after some struggle this home invader had grabbed her by the hair and dragged her to the door of her house at the same time she claims she heard a voice that told her she and I quote should go no more to meeting noting her clear absence from church in the time since that dream Hawthorne dug in why did you yield thus far to the devil then but that wasn't the reason she stayed home in bed each day she was sick and she told him so even her own husband spoke up and confirm the date one year and two months he said which didn't really seem to help there Osborne had painted herself into a corner while trying to prove that she wasn't a witch she had put forth a story that was meant to cast her in the light of the victim she was nothing more than an innocent woman who'd been cursed but the magistrates hadn't heard the message she was trying to get across they heard an admission of guilt she had received orders from the devil himself they said and then she had followed them right there on the first day of examinations a suspect had revealed her true colors and yet the day was far from over one more woman had yet to take the stand when she did that she would pull on the thread that would unravel the entire community everything they believed was about to be confronted and they would never be the same if they're a.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Hawthorne about a dream she had years ago she had opened her eyes to find the dark figure of a native American standing at the foot of her bed after some struggle this home invader had grabbed her by the hair and drags her to the door of her house at the same time she claims she heard a voice that told her she and I quote should go no more to meeting noting her clear absence from church in the time since that dream Hawthorne dug in why did you yield thus far to the devil then but that wasn't the reason she stayed home and bed each day she was sick and she told him so even her own husband spoke up and confirm the dates one year and two months he said which didn't really seem to help Sir Osborn had painted herself into a corner while trying to prove that she wasn't a witch she had put forth a story that was meant to cast her in the light of a victim she was nothing more than an innocent woman who'd been cursed but the magistrates hadn't heard the message she was trying to get across they heard an admission of guilt she had received orders from the devil himself they said and then she had followed them right there on the first day of examinations a suspect had revealed her true colors and yet the day was far from over one more woman had yet to take the stand when she did that she would pull on the thread that would unravel the entire community everything they believed was about to be confronted and they would never be the same if they're a good and.
"hawthorne" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Cops in Hawthorne have had a busy day. I'm Michael Crozier live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. A shootout took place about four yesterday at a shopping center with a domestic violence suspect. The man with a rifle had chased the woman in the lobby of the Marriott hotel and aviation boulevard before running to the new knee shopping center, nearby one officer was shot in the leg. The shooter was also hurt before being arrested and about six o'clock this evening. A mother was killed by the father of their young child during a custody exchange in front of the police station. Police say the father killed the mother with a shotgun in front of relatives who told police in the station. Cops ran out fired at the guy as he drove off and they found his car and then him about three hours later a CHP officers being killed on the fifteen freeway in lake Elsinore sergeant Steve Cohen was a motorcycle off through hit and killed by a car in the fifteen in Riverside County, siege pieces lacomb doing a traffic stop on the right shoulder when he was hit by an alleged reckless driver about four o'clock Saturday afternoon. The secretary of homeland sec-. Cura-cures to Nielsen has just resigned happened earlier during a visit to the White House. ABC news reports there had been growing tension between President Trump and Nielsen because more and more migrants able to cross the border and also because of Nielsen's controversial choice for ice Commissioner Ron video. Nielsen had been known for her hard stance on illegal immigration. We have to do our job. We will not apologize for doing our job. We have sworn to do this job on Friday. Nielsen was with President Trump during a tour of new border fencing and collects Icho Trump is temporarily appointed Kevin Nakhalin to head the department of homeland security, Steve Gregory KFI news, Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney says it's stupid Democrats are going after President Trump's tax returns with legislative action. That's not gonna happen. The courts are not going to say that you could compel a person running for office to release their tax returns. He says he wishes Trump would publicly releases returns, but says that's not going to happen either. A somber commemoration has taken place in Rwanda when he five years ago to the day marks Rwandan genocide in which some eight hundred. Thousand people were killed the country continues to struggle with the consequences of the slaughter. The president and first lady ever won laid wreaths and lit a flame at the mass burial ground of two hundred and fifty thousand victims in the capital our procession through the national stadium is expecting over thirty thousand people to participate in candlelight ceremony tests about ETA KFI news and artists in New York. Can now do their hang at the shed after being in development for over a decade..
"hawthorne" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Jerry Hawthorne is returning to the place. She's called home in Risto for the last eighteen years. We were with her when she saw her house for the first time somehow it's still stood beneath this twisted not of fallen trees. President Trump may not be willing to give an interview to investigators for Russia's special counsel, Robert Muller, but his legal team is answering some of Muller's questions in writing CBS's major Garrett there's no timetable for the president's lawyers to return the answers to the office of special counsel. They're working on drafting the answers, they'll meet with the president sometime in the near future. We're told it could be next week. And once the president is satisfied with the answer. The legal team is satisfied with the answers. They'll send them back to the office of special counsel. The FBI has called some agents back from Asia for behavior issues. The Wall Street Journal's arena Vishwanath also says there are allegations related to parties and prostitutes that it was bad enough that they brought all these people back and referred it to the inspector general. For the Justice department to investigate further. The Dow dropped more than five hundred points today or about two percent that's on top of yesterday's three percent decline. Nasdaq fell ninety three analysts say investors continue to worry about rising interest rates in a trade war CBS's. Jason Brooks has more. The stock market selloff isn't bad news for all investors. It just depends where you put your money case in point gold, which is enjoying its best rally since August up for the third straight day and topping twelve hundred dollars an ounce. Gold is often seen as a safe haven bet to riskier investments like stocks, and it's also getting some help as the dollar eases lower as the to.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Your Own Magic
"Promo code magic now on with the rest of this magical episode well that is one of my favorite stories that you shared actually so interesting because sounds like he had that sort of light harder like a lot of masters they have joy in there whereas i don't know see jobs personally that i feel like nothing external of ver makes up for internal and so it's good to hear that someone like that happy inside in that way a lot of writers that listen into the show could you tell i love that so they'll be really excited on this lun but i'm sure they would love to hear about creative process writer and most important things finding your voice wow well anyone out there is a writer that is going through it i'll share with you one thing that my angelo shared with me and it's a quote by nathaniel hawthorne and during my interview with my angela she like specifically told me she's like right this on the top of your note pat and i was like okay i promise and she she told me the following quote she said easy reading is damn hard writing easy reading is damn hard writing and the reverse is just as true which is easy writing is going to be probably damn hard reading so if your feeling that you're writing process excruciatingly hard you're actually doing something right if you're if you're writing a book and you're like wow this is easy breezy.
"hawthorne" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"To the show jessica hawthorne castro love the combination of names is the ceo and owner of hawthorne direct thanks for coming in thanks for having me your in the advertising business it but in a different way advertisers has changed so much absolutely advertising we've been visits over thirty years advertising is truck changed tremendously over the past thirty years he really just used to be about a pure branding and very little accountability or analytics and we always had a basis and tracking and accountability in the business and it's transformed to almost appeared technology and analytics play in advertising a resume that most people would like to buy you got enough awards influence when someone awards nomination female ceo year and advertising marketing and public relations i mean it's a lot of stuff and the wards you must be honoring if your good work yeah i working hard is in my bones i grew up in the mid west similar jeez so it's actually really it's just comes naturally work hard and play hard but really also enjoy what you do that's really a key to my success look on new shoes from exactly i think most people the image of advertising has madman madman that was never really any follow up on the client get him drunk combustible announced different right well yeah madman days and actually we our offices located on the studio lot were they shot madman so we always used to run into the madman folks it really was just about branding and then dino taking them out for drinks and the time and large expense accounts i really was the life and but with the advent really of digital and that seems a little bit kind of crazy to say now but that's when accountability i think really started to come to the forefront where people realize that you can track things and you should be able to track things advertising so what we do now is everything is tracked and accountable in all forms across all media formats so cross your television over the top content the od content all your digital even radio.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Unorthodox
"Our jewish guess this week is alice hawthorne she has written everything she has the dove keeper a sees ring practical magic and now she's back with the prequel to practical magic it's called the rules of magic it's wonderful and it was out this month just in time for halloween and were so excited alice to have you here with us thank you it's great to be here so what made you decide to go back you know practical magic was written in the nineties obvious became a movie with sandra bullock and nicole kidman a lot of people are probably watching it tonight on halloween what made you i want to go back and and revisit the story what you know i always felt like there was more to that family i feel like and i'm interested in going back in time i am writing about the '60s and the rules of magic which is the time that i grew up but i think it's really important time to look back to right now why specifically because this is the time when you know the country was so divided as it is now and is the time and there's so many different cultural changes and changes in attitudes about women and gays and lesbians and outsiders have all kinds and um i i just feel like it there's a lot for us to learn looking backwards at that time that all that we managed to accomplish to change i do think it's interesting you you mentioned outsiders a book that recently came up in in our household was a book you wrote in 1988 at risk about the the girl who gets aids from a blood transfusion and that was an incredibly early time to have been writing about aids i mean that means you're probably writing an eighty six eighty seven when when the disease was still very very new and i'm curious what.
"hawthorne" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"His room after alice hawthorne starts to really tall john snow about the treasonous ned stark in this episode but i thought that this was a little bit interesting that in doing some research we're alice hawthorne a you know he always hates john snow but i was under the impression that it was which is more a like a class thing where he hey john snow because john snow was a onepercent her that he was from this sort of really prestigious house and what do you think you're better than everybody because ukraine fromn this great house but in upon further investigation i guess the books explained that also thorn ends up being sent to the wall because he was such a target area in loyalist and so robert did not like alicea thorn because of his allegiance to the target syrians and so that for al's with thorn but costs that he had ed john snow and his connection to ned stark that's why he's really like rubbing john's in the face oh the stark says so good they think they're so great that i i knew all along that they were this treasonous house seemed like a very much to be i told you sell about this that's a really great dramatic irony knowing that john's notice area in and alyssa thorn john's so much as we could rest friends i love the idea being that alice hawthorne fan void really hard on maistre amen when he first got to the laws like oh my god you're eggs brother i love dugin slim loves the target areas so uh they're always talked about this i gave you the wall of by so i would have decided anymore autographs alice hawthorne as like a massive targetarea and fan boy is a great treat the treatment of the character that's that's really funny hungarian.