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Indian farmers plan nationwide 3-hour blockade of highways
"Of Indian farmers have blocked major highways across the country as they continue their protests against new agricultural laws. The three hour blockade has disrupted traffic in many parts of India. Embarrass on Hetty Rajan reports holding placards, banners and national flag. Farmers have blocked major roads to protest against loss they save will benefit big private buyers. The Indian capital, Delhi has become a fortress with the deployment of more than 50,000 police officers in and around the city to prevent any violence. Tens of thousands of farmers have been camping outside Delhi for the last 2.5 months. But the protests have spread to other states in recent days, posing a challenge to the government of Prime Minister Nouri in Ramadi. The protests have attracted international attention in the past week with the U. S, urging the Indian government to resume talks with the farmers and
"hetty" Discussed on Conversations
"Well fed when she was in Iran, did the education go two ways I mean by that stage, you're an adult you'd lived away did you start introducing you flavors new foods to her as well? I only did that when I started cooking for the Salads of my salad business office straight kitchen, and that was really the turning point for me and for her really I started this business kind of on a whim I was as I said, I've been a vegetarian long time and I just wanted to do something to give back to my community that's in my head what what it was. So where aesthetic cooking, my youngest son. Was a bit over twelve months old. and My mother when she heard that, I, was doing this thing she thought festival photos crazy. But what was your idea? What did you tell her? You were planning to do I said I was going to make salads and deliver them to the neighborhood and she I think to this day she thinks always crazy like this though stupid like why would you do this? They'd be interested in the public or what did he think was crazy about it. Why would you WanNa do this when you could go work in and often some Kind of element but the thing that my mother is we're the same. In many respects, she's creative also, but she was never given the opportunity to. Leave out those creative genes that she has and she's often said that Jimmy before she said to make if I was born in Australia I would've been interior design. You know she actually has thought about this. So I think when I started my own business and doing cooking salads, there was a part of her that was kind of fascinated. There was always you know this Asian mother aren't there's a Lotta Jesse between us so should say it's silly and also oh you what would you are you know? So there's a lot of. That kind of Banta between us. But. Those differently I detected and I need. She thought I was a little this little weed and crazy but there was interest. So I delivered salads on Thursday and Friday. So she would come by that days on the pretense that she was gonna after Huck for me because he was still at Harvard. and. She did look after huck along with looking after the hug and playing him and bringing him food. And also voting my laundry she was also kind of inserted herself in the kitchen as my Susha, but it was always like it was kind of funny in a way. All right. So she's part of the business. And I mean, it's this idea of you delivering salads on your boss. ICAL it sounds quite beautiful musical. What kind of relationships did you build up with your clients over that time? Did he get to know people? Oh it was just the mice to magical time. I never expected it to turn out the way dude all they wanted to do was to feed people because I discovered you know have fun it was to cook and it was to see other people's reaction. But very quickly when I started feeding people in that simple exchange of the salad books became these people became. A part of my family you know the neighborhood felt my dining room. You know the whole neighborhood felt like my dining room and it was such joy to feed these people twice a to see them twice a week have these little micro chats on doorstep or street corner times and to learn about their lives and to see how they going and we just formed. Unbreakable bonds thirty that business which is something that I don't know that I don't know in the world as it is today whether that business could exist it was a more naive world. You know it was really before any social media and it was just purely this business that grew out word of mouth. Kind of Salads did you cook for people on those Thursday's and Friday's what was some of the recipes that people loved sorry. There were some favorites Aldridge, -Tarian Salads before kind of Salads Trendy in Salads in two thousand twenty, a very different to what salads in two thousand and eleven were. But you know they were be Hoti Salads always a hero vegetables are one of the most popular silence was always the chocolate Broccoli with chick peas and lemon and a Chili's but they will also other things like the Ginger Peanut Kale with keen wire and Tyson. There were very hearty. You know people people started recognizing them you know. They start asking you for the recipes heady. Did the customers want to know how to cook these themselves? Yes. So definitely after that this year I started getting for recipes. So I started before that Sarah I didn't know how to write recipes I never written recipes. These were all things that will coming up in my head, and that's how I work the menus. I'll be what are seasonal vegetable, what how can I make this He wants an interesting spice uncle. Years. So that's the way I was formulating the recipes and in many ways I learned to cook through that business. I learned about slave combinations on the job in the Salads and through definitely sounds it didn't work and that I left behind but they were the ones that really that really connected with people and people just started asking for recipe. So I taught myself to write recipes and emailed them out people and after a while the re people said to me. You should write a cookbook three people who I delivered salads. And I was like Oh. That's this a sign I'm going to go home and write a cookbook. Obviously I had no idea what owns doing it took me about a year to write down sixty of the recipes that I deemed good enough to be in a book. and. then. Just kind of had this manuscript. Not. Really. Knowing what to do it. Yourself published apiece and I decided to do it for the people are hills. That's that book was made to be for the way you describe it almost heady like a sort of home photocopier like you know, one of those old little blue print jobs. At school I can see the. stapling. It did quite stay like that I mean the success of that book community, which is is the cookbook that you created out of those recipes is phenomenal winners terms of Australian publishing in cookbooks hit a huge nerve with people was that a surprise absolutely I mean I printed one thousand copies when I self published it thinking that it was a complete vanity project. And I. Would Have Been My lounge room for the rest of my life. I remember we actually moved the furniture around in APP kind of narrow terraced house in cereals to accommodate the boxes and I thought I said two miles and I'm so sorry we're going to have these forever. I'm going to sell one box to my customers and that did but almost immediately. What is again? Like the Salads had grind from word of mouth. The book was then doing the same thing and I became a mile order person I'd spare bedroom and the whole thing I remember was filled up with Australia post bags full of books though sending these all original and like this was not on the cards. What am I doing the same day I? Had to approve the new print run I got this coal from Penn. Macmillan. From Mary small at Plum books just. Said I saw this book at my friend's House and she said I saw this book in these Howson of. Pitched it to my found team and we we we want it. We want to publish this book and. What What is going on certain everyone that's happened with community has been completely overwhelming and continues to be overwhelming. Like Diana was the people's data is like the home pokes. Book I don't really earn it anymore belongs.
Lebanon's Foreign Minister Quits Over Lack of 'Will to Reform'
"Lebanon's foreign minister has resigned in protest as the government there fails to implement reforms to save the country from the economic collapse. NPR's Ruth Sherlock has more In a strongly worded statement Following his resignation, Foreign Minister Nassif Hetty warned that Lebanon is becoming a failed state. Foreign donors say they won't aid the country until the government takes action on long delayed reforms to tackle corruption and the squandering of state funds that are at the heart of the current economic crisis. Foreign minister. Hetty said he was leaving the government to protest the lack of will to implement these reforms. He said he still sees politicians working to preserve their own interests over those of the country. If they don't come together in the interests of the Lebanese people, he said, God forbid the ship will sink with everyone on it. Ruth Sherlock NPR
Raise Your Frequency & Tune-up Your Energy With Crystal Singing Bowls With Colin Hillstrom
"Once up action tribe here host and founder of mice, Chaka's my seven Corales dot com, the show where we help you expedients, effortless healing awakening, and Barnes today's episode we go deep into conversations and discussions about sound healing, one of our most favorite topics, raising levels of consciousness, letting off stock emotions, and the power of immersing yourself in healing sound, but before diving in. I'd like to remind you that. I have recently released a twenty page document that outlines some of my favorite Whiz, my tried and tested with to raise my wife rations and feel better a worst immediately, so if you'd like to check that out for that free download, my seven juxtapose dot com forward slash feel better now. Mice showed US dot com slash. Feel better now and get your pdf download all right, so let's bring on our special guest for today's. Golden Hills from is an innovator and practitioner specializing in alchemy. Sound Healing For archetype consciousness coaching advanced light meditation and transmission homeopathy. Believes that continually growing once awareness, understanding and knowledge of the chucker system is a most practical way for living a more balanced alliance, successful and Fulfilling Life Colin created his first full time wellness center in nine, hundred, ninety four, and has studied and certified on various. Mazda practitioners, including Dr, Ryan, or banners, and would renowned sound healer and Inuit Sherry, Edward, so as you can imagine topics for today are going to be in and around sound and vibration, frequency and healing in consciousness, and you're gonNA. Really enjoy today's conversation so Golan welcome to our show, and are you ready to inspire? Yes I am thank you. Thank you very much for having me on the show and Yes, ready to inspire is all about that right? I mean a lot of people talk about. On spirituality and social growth, and all sort of things and And those conversations can become quite hetty often approach from a left brain kind of side. The question at the end of the day's would actually we inspired you today, and that's what he wants about being letting Spiridon, and and really living by inspiration, though yes ready to inspire today, you Betcha. Absolutely and also listeners for some context as you probably know most of the guests that I've interviewed in the past activity, ninety percent of our business in the US. and. Especially since I am in a very conscious and you know spinach centered place. Vancouver was to reach out to some of the experts and visionaries and healers in the vicinity, and perhaps having person conversations with them, and so calling is actually bist into Victoria, not far from Vancouver, and this is me going in the direction of connecting with amazing people locally, and then, if possible, now that's a hint having in percent of us with folks in my community about healing about sound about frequency. Right so super excited about this session collapse. We can start with your childhood. What was it like growing up in your husband? And where did you grow up? I grew up near Hamburg Germany Two years old when I immigrated to Canada. and. So, what was it like growing up? I grew up in a very small city of about forty thousand people between Hambleton over. A city that has no post. Post secondary education, though virtually everybody after great thirteen, the Germans middle different from the Canadian like after great for you begin to specialize the either day in the General School, the Middle School until grade, ten or you early on Tuesday academic route Nicole was called high school, which is basically great, five hundred, thirteen, leading towards post secondary education. So virtually all my friends including myself degrade thirteen. We went somewhere else because there was no other place to study and I studied. At the university, of Munich for a year while it's actually not really quite true I enrolled in. In our school of law at the University of Munich, I went to one lecture and I thought that everybody else was like. Advanced compared to me and I decided to drive truck for year instead of going to university so I did that. And then I decided to study business administration and I enrolled at the University of Hamburg. I went to a few lectures. Derek got few credits and just couldn't wait for my ticket to leave. Germany, I was Prior to that thirteen years old spent a Lotta Time in France on exchange program. That's. That was A. That was very. Informative for me that Germany's a place that's really know for tunnel vision, and that's just very dramatic. Way is just like you basically almost like you just have blinders around yourself dislike like a horse. Pulling a cart in a way and that's in a way. That's the dramatic way of seeing you'd think of the way geographic on Germany's a wedge between East, and West Germany. That's just like the mind. Develop Sideway, though when I was thirteen years old I got the opportunity to do a debate in an exchange program. The French student and that was kind of my first. And my mind that there was also. A different wages. And absolutely loved it, and I remember like being We as a family are my host family I would go out with a with a fisherman on the little fisher boat are hardly tours and I thought to myself at the two year old. When I'm old. Enough I'M GONNA leave this place Germany, and I'm going to move to France on. We're GONNA become a fisherman. and they went over seventeen or eighteen years old. I thought I can't wait to get away from here
Get to Know Tatiana Maslany
"Now is a good time to go back and check it out Tetiana. Would you like to introduce yourself hi? I'm Tana's Lonnie. I'm an actor. I am a feminist and I love food and cartoons invention. You Clinton live without the invention that I couldn't live without is actually very connected. Hetty because Wi fi for me or internet connection is the way that I get to talk to my family who live in another country. I get to keep up with my friends who also live very far away from me. It's like my connection to the people. I love the most so that I could definitely not live without hetty filter. Beauty got in the way. Have you felt that way? I have never felt that way. I love how I look. I love who I am in the world but I've never felt like the way that I look was so beautiful that have stopped people from taking me seriously. I was never I never had that struggle however I did have the struggle of being very small and very young looking and that would sometimes get in the way of people taking me seriously because people thought I was a kid and then sometimes I dress like a kid and so then they continue to think that's not doing myself any favours sweat. Does it mean to be a rebel girl to me. Being a rebel girl is embracing the things that you feel are weird about you and like loving them and doing them full out and expressing yourself in all of the ways that you want to without asking permission or waiting for someone to tell you can or somebody to show you how to do it for me. Yeah being a rebel girl is embracing your your Weirdo and loving your Weirdo. Tell us about your girlhood. Mike girlhood happened in the plains of Saskatchewan Canada. So I spent a lot of time outside on the street playing ball game playing tag until I was way too old to be doing it. Still play like hide and seek with my friends in like fields when we were very much too old to do it and also I often made movies or claymation with my brothers. We would spend summers doing that or making music together. We're always creating something. I also had a group of friends who I did Improv. Fight Club with so we get together in a park and do Improv. For each other so it was like a very joyfully nerdy girl head and I also never totally felt comfortable in the idea of what people said girl should be or look like or how she should talk or how she should
Can Camping Help Us Sleep Better?
"Hey grainstuff Lauren. Vogel bomb here in this Hetty era of peak efficiency officiency in productivity when APPS and software. Promise you the fastest path to personal or professional organization. You might even want to regulate the amount of time that you spend dozing between excessive screen. Time longer working hours you might be desperate for a more natural and probably earlier bedtime but setting a sleep schedule is no small no matter how ever a study published in current biology shows that there might be a rather simple solution a weekend. Camping could be the path to an earlier bedtime and no. That's not because of exhaustion from constant grizzly vigilance. Although that can't hurt it's because we rely on electrical light at night and get get to little exposure to daylight so our circadian rhythms push for later bedtime. Our Circadian Rhythms Are Twenty Four Hour Cycle of behavioral responses to light and bark this and that controls our biological clocks. The researchers studied campers for a week in the winter and a weekend in the summer to test seasonal snow and environmental circadian changes during the winter. The cameras used no electronic light at all. The study found that after spending time in natural real light in darkness the participants adapted to the natural light dark cycle. They slept longer and went to bed earlier than they would electrical environments a whole two and a half hours hours earlier for the winter group notably. The research shows that even around the winter solstice when nights are long folks enjoyed an earlier bedtime after being out the nature for a few days Milton levels which regulate wakefulness and sleep rose night and fell right when the camera's got up the typical cycle but before were they trump through the wilderness. They're MELATONIN levels. Were slightly off following hours after they got up meaning their bodies still desperately wanted to sleep. Camping camping is particularly advantageous on the weekend. The research also shows because that's when we usually wake and sleep later and have circadian delays. Even more benefits might come from knowing humans respond to seasonal light so strongly a Kenneth Right a CO author of the study points out that workplaces with more natural light could lead to more arrested and productive workers so it is possible to reset our biological clocks just like a lot of animals.
Foundation Tips With Red Carpet Pro Melanie Inglessis
"Brought on a guest who is a red carpet makeup artist. She's got a celebrity clientele and she completely knows her way around foundation. She can tell you what's good and what's shed with the single swipe type yeah on her wrist. It's quite amazing Gel. Who's in the House so we've got Melanie in glasses in the house. She is got tons of clients like you mentioned. Olivia wild has been one of her clients forever. who else yeah well. I notice when she was in Toronto for the Film Festival. She worked with Maya Hawk so that would be the daughter of Aretha Hawk and Numa Thurman. She's a bit of an up and coming star and if you're a fan of stranger things as I am she was really like the breakout character actor of this past season and I think she was. She was obviously here for a film. I can't remember which one and also at the EMMYS which took place more recently she worked worked with Lena Hetty who is Sarah See Lancaster on game of thrones so everybody who watches game of thrones. You'll know exactly who I'm talking about. Melanie worked with her but she works with a ton of people and you were saying unfortunately I wasn't there for the interview you were saying I would have loved her because she herself has really laid back cool like French girl style style right yeah. I mean super cool great haircut designer Bill Marron Gucci everything but like just mad cool and laid back and no make like he he doesn't really wear makeup which is interesting so she's mad cool and being French. I mean French people are just so known for their skin and taking good care of their skin so I was just very curious to get her perspective on foundation and how she applies it and she's really well known for those great skin. Look so no bullshit right I around April or just going to tell you how it is totally no beating around the bush. I really don't think she sort of panders to brand no so in this episode. You're really going to get the unreal talk. They're real talk foundations. The Do's the don'ts common mistakes a lot of us. Women are making so what are some of the big takeaways some of our listeners ours are going to be able to walk away with today. It was really fun because she actually brought her kit in and it was the first time I think ever that makeup artist on the microphone was rustling around. Interru- okay holding out favorites. She's going to give me the real talk on the Pat Mcgrath Foundation okay. She's GonNa tell us about her. Big pepease about foundations and the ones that are launching right L. and like you mentioned she I gave her a few to play with at the very end of our interview and she literally could put it on the back of her hand in one swatch. Tell me if it was a good foundation or not and I was just my mind was blown. Wow I was fascinated by that. She is going to offer up some clues on how you can try that yourself so that when you're in the store and yeah that's all you can do and not try it on your face. You're going to be able to try and determine if it's actually a good foundation or not yeah and stay tuned to the end because you and I test out a whole bunch going to weigh in on those but first we're gonNA start with skin care and how to prep your skin for foundation before you get your spongier brush or anything like that so taken away Melanie. was there anything you do anything you do with skin preparation that you think is essential essential but most women at home are probably not doing. I mean not everybody can afford a official monthly but acting definitely exfoliating. You know there's a lot of good expediter at different different price point I depends what is your skin concern or. What is this can type so if you have a dry skin may be exfoliating alienating get rid of some of the dry skins and moisturizing so it's basically trying to find a routine that works for your skin type yeah and do you have a facial expression later that you really like that you find his gentle that have some pads because I don't always have the luxury to client. Oh go and wash your face with then what it because of the hair and everything so. I do have a pad at the pets from Arcona. Okay that kind of exfoliating pad oh so a just pick one pad and I'm allowed to you know to six four lead the skin gently oh cool now when it comes to primer. I've heard that you I never used a primer. No you don't in my life. Okay interesting for me. I don't I'm not I'm not familiar with primary. I don't use primer I don't okay. I I work with so many different client different results sometime. I want different finishes and I don't want to throw a primer that I'm not sure how the foundation's GonNa stick take to it. Is it going to glide is going to give me low residue so I don't use primarily. No a Charlotte Tilbury doesn't use primer either a lot of makeup artist on no. I think you're really like really for it or you're like. It's not for me is not from avenues a prayer. That's amazing. What a boot finding your rights shade. And what do you do if you are shopping in a drugstore or online for a foundation like. Is your shortcut to finding your exact rate shade. I mean I wouldn't show for the first. I'm online for nation. Yeah I would say if you you shop in. A drugstore is shopping department store. If you know get a Mirror Mirror on you you have to lady or the South Personnel Yourself. Here's a little foundation really Baio line. Go outside. If it's three floor up the day you know the delight is the only way yeah I'm always so amazed at. Just Barney's redid the entire beauty basement yet. It's gorgeous but delight is it's blue so if you go at a natural eight and you see you can see the founder like what are you looking for. Are you looking forward to disappear on the scan or what are you looking forward to know your have your match. I mean you looking for a column Hala match. I would say that's the most important some women like a very light foundations rustic Joe so women like l'amour coverage so disappearing into the skin yes but but it's not always a few have if you like a thick coverage you know a minor disappeared. Some women like you know coverage with defacement when I'm looking for was differently a column match what I'm struggling with right now. Information Industry is the
How the Teddy Bear Was Born
"This is a story about about the birth of the teddy bear it begins with one of the country's toughest presidents. Hetty Roosevelt when he was governor of New York he'd have wrestling matches at the state mansion as president he was a puncher like an actual puncher holding sparring matches at the White House a particularly bad job to his head left impartially blind a well teddy thought and that's teddy didn't just like to punch. He liked to shoot bears the bigger and the better in the fall of nineteen o two a year into his presidency. Teddy said off to Mississippi for bear hunting vacation today. There's only like fifty bears left in the whole state but in Teddy's time Mississippi's dense hardwood the forests in Cambridge were home to thousands hunting dogs would chase them out into the open. We're hunters on horseback could take those poor bears anyway. Teddy's vacation was big news. Newspapers breathlessly recounted his train train ride to the Wilderness and the roughness of his hunting camp. The headline is a New York Times said President in camp ready for bears ryding trousers heavy leather leggings blue flannel shirt quarter a coat. That's how the Times described the president's preparedness but as any hunter knows looking part is not actually the point the point is to shoot and kill Toboggan deer a bear whatever hours and hours went by but mister tough guy. President never fired a shot. This was not good for Teddy's temper or his image. The hunting guides were desperate to find him a bear. One Guy Changed Small one into a thicket then told Teddy to wait on the other side for the bear to come out. The bear didn't come out so teddy went to lunch. How desperate were Teddy's guides. Well they trap that small bear flubbed it over the head and tied it to treat a guide then and summoned the president to take his shot. Teddy refused Mr Tough Guy President thought it was unsportsmanlike to shoot an injured and tethered animal instead he urged e to put it out of its misery. The rest of the trip didn't go much better reporters hunting. The president through the cane breaks scared away all the analysts after a few more today's teddy gave up. He had nothing to show for his vacation except for a few measly trout twitter around back then Teddy's flop would have been a trending topic Washington Post cartoonist Clifford Berryman was so captivated by the accounts of Teddy's bad luck that he drew a cartoon depicting the president's refusal to shoot the small helpless tied up bear. Uh in the frame berryman shrink to bear to cub size the drawing ran in newspapers across the country and now we've reached the cuddly portion of the story in Brooklyn New York shop owner saw the cartoon an in had an idea for a new toy. He and his wife Soda Plush Stuffed Bear then displayed in the window with this label. Teddy's his bare before making more. The shopowners wrote to Teddy asking for permission to use his name. Teddy said fine no problem. He also doubted whether anyone would buy one.
"hetty" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"Ned was essentially moved back to New York by his mother to see after the business and unlike his mother who still insisted on living in cheap rental flats he lived for a little while at the waldorf-astoria and then he and his mistress moved to adjoining townhouses near central park and while Ned did not share his mother's tasted lodging or lifestyle he really did inherit her business acumen and he proved himself to be extremely adept at managing the Family Fortune Medi Edwards daughter. Sylvia stayed unmarried great and stayed with her mother until she was thirty nine at that point she married. Matthew asked her wilkes who was the great grandchild of John Jacob Astor. The first wilkes was in his sixties so he was much older than Sylvia but had he approved of the marriage because he had family money of his own and promise that he would never touch Sylvia's is it said that he didn't really like Matthew but she liked that he was willing to stay out of her family's money and Sylvia's as wedding is often pointed to as one of the few times that Hetty kind of loosened her purse strings she paid for the wedding and it said and it said that she was much more fiscally indulgent agent in the whole affair than just about any other time she was in her life and prior to Sylvia. Meeting Matthew head had also paid to host several dinners like places at the plaza so that her daughter could invite eligible men and they could have these sort of social events and all of this was really eh because hetty had been quite concerned that Sylvia wasn't married and this sounds sort of a little ironic given what fiercely independent woman hetty herself was but even so she had been married and she seemed to think that it was important for a woman to marry at some point Hettie died on July third nineteen sixteen at her son's townhouse house she had gotten sick several years before with pneumonia and at that point the papers reported that the witch of Wall Street was really at death's door but she defied them and and recovered the illness left her pretty frail though and she wasn't able to work anymore afterward so she moved in with her son and insisted that she pay him rents but no more than she would have paid at the more modest lodgings she would normally have gotten herself and eventually after falling into gradually poorer and poorer health she'd had that that initial pneumonia that caused the deaths scare when she was in her late seventies believe she was seventy seven and then as has she was approaching her eighty second birthday. She had a series of paralytic strokes in so she died just a few weeks before her birthday. When she died she left behind a fortune Orton of more than a hundred million dollars which she acquired over the fifty one years that she had worked she owned about six thousand pieces of property operative across forty eight states and she held the deeds to theaters railroads hotels office buildings and cemeteries and she held the mortgages for more than five hundred hundred churches yeah and again that is not an adjusted amount that was one hundred million in the nineteen teens when she died so I I have seen various adjustment estimates that are wildly different some that put her in the low billions if that were today's money and some that put her lake in in the tens of billions so it's a pretty wide range but basically she would have been a billionaire if if this was in today's fiscal measuring and so then Ned inherited a big chunk of the money and unlike his mother he took that money and he lived big he he was still doing his job as a financier but he spent plenty of that money he married his mistress that he had promised his mother he would never marry although it it is said that he also had dalliances with other women any spent a huge chunk of money building mammoth mansions in multiple places and he staffed all of them with a full. Oh complement of servants he kind of made up for all the lost time that they lived very poorly as children and he gave a lot of money to charity any also funded several scientific nick research projects he did some work with Mit and let them even use some of his property to to do some of their experiments net died in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven at that point the estate went to Sylvia who was already a widow she in turn left the entire lots to various charities so all that money that had he had spent her life life. Hoarding eventually was given away yet. It's one of those moments. Where you're you feel reasonably confident that if she could she was probably rolling in her grave. You've but it's interesting to note. I mean she gets these does almost caricature grade description in anything you read about her. That's why I'm almost reluctant to ever say anything with certainty about her because it seems like every report of her is colored by sort of the press in this weird image that she had but I want to wrap up with a quote from Hetty herself that I think is really telling in it it kind of pulls the whole thing together in reminds us that yes she was a very extreme person with some very extreme behaviors but she was still a person and she she said this in response to criticisms and bad press about her and you know this is a woman who is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's greatest miser but this goes my life is written down for me in Wall Street by people who I assume assume do not care to no one iota of the real hetty green. I am in earnest therefore they picture me as heartless. I go my own way. I take no partner risk. Nobody else's fortune therefore I am madame ishmail set against every man pedigree..
"hetty" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"The podcast and I'm Tracy Wilson and so there's that stereotype we talked about it a little bit in our math episode in are upset about Algebra about women lacking lacking mathematical proclivity and not having much business sense but those stereotypes completely obliterated by today's topic and in the mid eighteen hundreds before many people were talking about obliterating those stereotypes she was seen as a peer an equal to many of Wall Street's you know heaviest hitting `financiers and she really we opened the door to the idea that women could succeed in finance but despite her tremendous success in these really admirable accomplishments it's kind of difficult to like Eddie Green who is who we're talking about today and as is often the case with people who are extremely driven or really gifted in one way or in one area the areas outside of her life that fell outside of like finance and building her fortune really often suffered and bat included her family which is part of why it's kind of hard to like her and we'll we'll get to a specific incident. We go on but she's sort of fascinating in that regard. She's one of those people that you can't help but be fascinated by but there is a certain sort of like e I don't know if revulsion is the right word but there's a you can't help but winsome little bit at some of the things that happened in her life because of her obsession with building the family fortune so we will kick it off and start hurt just at the beginning as we usually do with her early childhood in her birth and her family had he was born. Henrietta Howland Robinson on November twenty first eighteen thirty four in new Bedford Massachusetts. Her mother was Abby Holland who can trace her family directly back to the mayflower and her father was Edward Word Motte Robinson and head. He's mother is said to have been quite dismayed that she did not have a son to be an heir to the family fortune and so she also sent heady the live with her grandfather when she was still a very small child import in part because abby was very poor health so had he was not terribly close to her mother other as a result heady spent most of her childhood with the men in the family and she learned about business and money management from her father and her grandfather after the two of them were partners a wailing company which did quite well. Her father was an excellent an astute businessman who said to have increased the families fiscal fortunes twenty fold and right out of the gate had he was really into money as the concept. She opened her first savings account when she was only eight years old and two years after that she was sent to boarding school although she wasn't terribly interested in it she talks. She's she's in interviews about how she kind of like went ahead and trudged through but she didn't really like it and soon she was really back with her male elders reading the financial pages at home and feeling like she was getting a much better education in that regard. One of the stray is about her is that her a father set her up with a whole new expensive wardrobe for her formal society presentation but she sold all of her new clothes and instead had invested the money heads mother passed away when when the eras had he was only twenty five and her newly single father decided decided to move to New York from Connecticut and Hetty followed because you know at this point in his life. Even though he was a little bit older he was still considered an eligible bachelor. As a widow were and there's some pretty significant speculation that head he's division for following her father was to ensure that she was not forgotten and left out of the family fortune in the event that he remarried and started a new family when her father and her aunt both died in the same year. Hetty who was thirty one at the time was poised to inherit the family fortune. The general opinion of her male relatives was that she would have been better off with her money in a trust and with a male relative managing things and all of that had been arranged for in the wills for both of the wills in question. Yes she actually was not given as much in her aunt's will as she had hoped and that comes up a little bit more in just a bit but as a woman you know in the mid eighteen hundreds even though she had grown up with these two men who were really quite established `financiers and quite good at handling money and they had talked with her about it she was still perceived as just being being unable to handle the demands of managing any sort of wealth but had he was very headstrong. She was very confident in her abilities to handle her own fortune. You know she'd been keeping accounts. It's for her father and she had been reading stock quotes to her grandfather. Every night from the paper since she was very young child and so she mounted a lawsuit against the trustees of her a father's will and she actually took legal action to break her aunt's will which was a newer version the one she said she had last seen she did did manage to wrangle a million dollars of her father's fortune in eighteen sixty five and later on she procured part of her aunt's estate eventually eventually after much arguing and litigation she reached an income arrangement from a trust and she ended up with somewhere between six million dollars and seven million dollars between the two states. That's not adjusted to today's value there. That is eighteen sixty dollars so it was a really really huge fortune region yeah she she had plenty of money. I mean it's one of those things where even today obviously if someone had six million dollars it'd be in pretty good shape so you you can imagine hundred fifty years ago that was like has all of this legal back and forth over her inheritance was dragging on particularly the the stuff with her aunt's will head. He actually got married. She married Edward Henry Green. and this was in eighteen sixty seven and hetty was thirty three at the time green was a silk trader and he served on the board of a bank but his business and heads did not mingle the pair never combined their finances which as you can imagine was pretty unheard unheard of at the time and in fact green had to sign a prenup agreeing that he would keep his hands off. Haiti's money which prenup arrangements of some sort or another have actually actually been around for hundreds and hundreds of years but in my mind is sticks out is one of the earliest modern pre-nup arrangements for a while the two of them moved to England and they stayed there for seven years and this was a move they made to escape some of the bad press that had he had gotten gotten while she was contesting her aunt's will she had a previous version of the will that had named her as the sole inheritor and there was the scandal over the fact that people sort of believed it was a forged document that hetty had made for herself and this caused also some legal heat which ah helped move them right along to England and they actually had their first child while they were living in London his name is Edward Howland Robinson Green and that was in eighteen sixty gates or just a year after their marriage and then three years later still in when they had a daughter named Hetty Sylvia Ann Howland Robinson Green and she went by Sylvia Sylvia as she grew up the two of them and their children lived very well while they were in London and all of their living expenses came out of Edwards bunny any so there had been financial panic in eighteen seventy three and not long after that a couple years later the Greens moved back to the US you know the the concerns had died down over the legal document and whether there had been any foul play involved and so they settled in Vermont where Edward was originally from and it was not long before heading marched right to Wall Street she made a pilgrimage to New York and she went into John J. Cisco in sons to deposit cash shen stock certificates and she was ready to start investing with that money right then and with her separate and independent Fortune Hetty invested very very wisely Salihi instead of focusing on fast cash investments that would build up her fortune really quickly heavy opted for long-term investments she primarily merrily invested in bonds and real estate she also invested in the railroads and she bought real estate primarily in Chicago New York and St Louis. As her fortune grew. She also expanded her holdings well beyond these cities and all of her money handling every move she made it was really well informed. She did copious amounts of research on her own before she put her money behind anything and it wasn't just that she with a patient investor. She was also really frugal even though she had at this point had amassed a massive fortune she lived really simply. She didn't have have a lavish lifestyle at all and as a consequence she always had money and when there were dips in the market or panicked. She really didn't have to worry about about it. She could just expand her fortune. Further instead of worrying about getting by day to day until the crisis passed she loaned money and purchased real estate eight on the cheap from desperate sellers and when the financial panics caused many investment firms to declare bankruptcy because of their huge debt hetty who had never never borrowed money as a rule always stayed on Sol solid ground and before we get to kind of her obsession obsession with investing in money and expanding her wealth kind of ramping up. Do you want to take a word from our sponsor sure this episode is brought to you by Bomba's. Did you know that sox are the number one most requested clothing item in homeless shelters. 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"hetty" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Here's our chat Hetty, welcome to radio cherry bomb. Thanks for having me Carrie. I don't even know where to begin. So we're just going to go back to when you were a kid because that adds to be the easiest thing were you born in Australia. I was born in a stray, which part in Sydney Owen Sydney. Yes, suburban Sydney. What was life like for little Hettie? You know, it's, it's funny, I've thought a lot about this as I've gotten older as of had my own kids, it was like a pretty very traditional Chinese upbringing, my parents about from the South China. They immigrated in Madani's teens my momma early twenties. So we at harm was Chinese. We spoke Chinese we ate Chinese food. It was all Chinese customs, and lighting, incense every morning and they're not go to school and not somehow have to be a strain, sir. That's something I've thought about a lot as I've gotten older is kind of court in those living in two worlds. My mom was didn't really didn't actually to this day, doesn't speak English very much at all. And she tried to assimilate the best, she could and my child, who's all about food, and my mom cooked all day, and if she wasn't cooking, she was shopping for food, preparing food for the next day, and she would make us these huge breakfasts. So it'd be like. Fried rice or noodles or this macaroni dish, that she used to do with pasta in a source, and so I'd get to school and really not want to eat for the rest of the day. So I remember there was a when I was in what we call infant school, which is like lower elementary school. The teachers would come to me and say, why didn't you bring some food for because we'd have a break at about eleven o'clock? Why didn't you bring food for little lunch? And I didn't really know how to answer that. So they would give me money to buy let little biscuits from the cat, what we call the canteen because I thought that I was on, or maybe I was being neglected at harm, but they didn't quite understand that we'd eaten his huge breakfast at eight thirty in the mornings are so feared was a huge part of growing up, which did your mom enjoy that. She was an emigrant who never never got a job who never was she finished school at fourteen, and I think there's a huge element of my mom. Mhm who's I think we're very much alike. Like she never had the chance to study. Oh, become that other person. She so I think for her being in the harm food was heard domain that was where she could really express herself. And like show her love to her family was through cooking's or how did she wind up in Australia? She went to strata to marry my dad so arranged meals and arranged marriage. Most of the marriages, even in her generation were arranged and it's funny because she had a choice of two men should kill me. If you knew us, telling the story, but she doesn't really understand. That's okay. She the choice of two men. One one was in Sydney and my dad's family was from the same village. So they knew his family and the other man was in Hawaii. And she chose my dad, but I guess as a little bit element of fate involve because my dad died, actually. When I was fifteen and this man in Hawaii also died around a similar time. So it was almost like my mom was destined to be a widower, and even though she was in her show, forty four. When my dad died, and in many respects, she came into her own, she had to learn at that age to go to a Bank for the first time how to get around, like my dad used to drive her every way to go. Get foods should go after. Oh on NAFTA. Get on a bus or a train sometimes both to get to, to get to that brand of tofu that she liked..
African National Congress, Jacob Zuma And South Africa discussed on BBC Newshour
"Today is general election day in South Africa Opole which is seen as the toughest test yet for the governing African National Congress since that Hetty day in nineteen Ninety-four the first post vote which brought Nelson Mandela to power despite a reputation tarnished by corruption scandals, many linked to Jacob Zuma. The foam of president the ANC is expected to win again. Mr. Zuma, you'll recall was replaced by Cyril Ramaphosa who says he can fix the party and transform South Africa, the BBC's, Andrew Harding is in Johannesburg, Andrew. Yes. It is a fascinating election here in South Africa. As you say for the first time in the democratic era is a sense that the ANC is overwhelming majority could be under threat, ten years of economic stagnation and corruption have hit the party hog. But Stukeley the ANC Picton newly last year and has been of -nology it's mistakes and asking for another chance. So the question today is will voters gronk that wish or will they switch to the opposition parties? Justin for an advantage. Here. I've spent the day visiting polling stations here in
In the novel "Delta-v," asteroid mining gets us to move to space
"On our show. We've been looking into the still very new economy of space. But while that's basic Honam. You might be new to us. Science fiction has explored it in great detail Daniels. Warez is the author of near future scifi books like demon and freedom and most recently delta V about a group of asteroid miners. Recruited by an eccentric billionaire to basically kick start this basic Konami swears told me that he was partially inspired by last year's u n report that said humans only have about twelve years to avert catastrophic climate change. So he imagined a near future in which private companies mine asteroids for materials and water to build colonies in space, which is by the way, cheaper and easier than say moving to Mars if what we're trying to do. Here is expand human presence to build a platform in an economy on which we can stand and operate while we perhaps help fix earth's. Climate. That means we need resources up there and asteroids are already up there. They contain everything from nitrogen ammonia oxygen iron nickel all of the resources. We need and said the false start for many people is that we're going to bring all these minerals and resources back to the planet's surface. Nothing could be further from the truth. The benefit is largely where they are. Right. And then to make it crystal clear, if you are already in space mining and asteroid, and you only have to take those materials, whether it's minerals or water to a colony that is also already in space that requires less energy much less energy because you look at it. You have to go ten kilometers per second to get escape velocity here in our you've got to massively accelerate. But once you're up there, you can easily move hundreds of millions of tons of resources that you find and build enormous wonderful places to live. It's still sounds pretty high level. Even though I know that you're pulling together strands of existing technology and existing companies. What is it gonna take for all of this to become real and within? Let's just say this twelve year window, the major obstacle is psychological. I mean, you think back what we did when we went to the moon half a century ago was extraordinarily. And I think it's that level of commitment. And of course, many people are familiar with the term the overview effect, this idea that when astronauts get into space and look back at the earth. They are presented with the reality of how fragile and how thin that film is that covers the earth that is all of us that is every human being that ever lived, every culture, everything we know, and it develops a sense of unity that they care about us all and I think that is what we need we need more people going up into space experiencing that and then working together to explore and push back human presence in the solar system in commerce is key to that. Because again, if we just send robots to mine asteroids without having people living and working. Space without establishing new industries there. I don't think we get the economic growth that we would otherwise you have these seven space barons clearly on. Yeah. The city others there. I'm not I'm saying anything, I think they're just any any resemblance to real world. People is purely coincidental. I assure you there is I will say there's an existing book called space barons, people are really exploring this idea that these you know, these are space titans in my book. Space titans. Exactly. So they usually billionaire space titans are going to push forward. Yes. This vision and take tremendous risks in doing so and take tremendous risks and doing so is that what it takes their version of great man, or maybe ideally, great women theory at work here. Yeah. And to the extent that it's great, man. I think that's partially cultural artifact, I think, you know, as women increasingly get into positions to do such things. I think it will be equally women. I think it's an instinct, it's an ambition that drive certain people to try to change the future. Change the world. And I think that's one of the advantages of having commerce involved is to have as you mentioned before I really think it is going to be cooperative partially competitive, but it is going to be sovereign missions of exploration. But also commercial and there will be some friction between those two things. Let's face it. A big question to ask is would it be okay? For a private company to be the first one to land on Mars in other words, would that upset nations people that that accompany would do it? What about planetary protection making sure that Mars is not contaminated with micro? There's many different questions would we allow people to mind these are big legal questions that have to be explored in. Of course, what value system what legal system we bring into space. This is going to be very very Hetty territory, and it's going to happen very quickly. So I think it's going to be the billionaire types will be challenging all of these accepted conventions nations of the world are going to have to get together and come to. Some determination to hash things out. And it will be an interesting thing to watch in again. I think these people will be bringing rapid change. And that might be good Daniels. Warez is the author of delta v which is out this
CSIRO shines a rainbow under the Milky Way
"Sydney has always been Austrailia party city and next to its knees fireworks celebrations. The biggest party on the harbor cities. Calendar is its annual gay and lesbian mardi graphist of all as part of this. You celebrations Australia's National Science agency. The C Siro has lit up its economy Australian square kilometer array Pathfinder radio telescope in a rainbow of colors, six of the twelve midday dishes, located in the remote within the strain outback and displaying different color of the rainbow against the backdrop of the Milky Way to Mark the CSI rose in our world participation in that she's mardi gras parade. At least fifty hours staff will March in the parade on March. The second holding a giant DNA, double helix. Silla breeding organizations commitment to diversity the theme being diversity is in our day. Dr Sarah is deputy director of SIA Siro astronomy. And space sciences says us. The strain square kilometer rape Pathfinder was appropriate because it points to the futures space research, the Pathfinder at located the Murchison radio astronomy observatory some eight hundred kilometers north Perth is testing technologies which will be incorporated into the massive multibillion dollar square kilometer array project, the world's largest radio telescope now being developed in outback Australia ad in South Africa pieces. The pathfinders used by diverse group of strontium is from ride around the world. So it's an appropriate setting for rainbow display of ask cap dishes 'em in rainbow colors dish. And we've done that to demonstrate really commitment DeVos to celebrate that were walking up mardi gras and also because he uses telescope really diverse and we want to demonstrate to them as well that we're inclusive and welcoming to everybody important is diversity in an organization as large and diverse itself as the space IRO you have fingers. So many pies from astronomy through the marine sciences geology through engineering yet. Look absolutely do it. And so a really wide range of science and in order to attract and retain really the best talent internationally thing. We have to be very welcoming people have to be comfortable able to bring that whole best selves to work. And there's also a lot of evidence that suggests that diverse teams more innovative, and they make more revenue and then more effective. How's that going? We'll re up to that in its commissioning phase now, so it's thirty six fishes and innovative radio cameras rule starting to work together. But it's already delivered some really great science. For example, we've detected more than twenty fast radio bursts ready with the telescope, even though it's not quite fully working at. And of course, the good thing was asking is. You haven't got microwave ovens there to accidentally opened up before they've finished cooking. You get any false ratings. Now, if I kept we think is on what's the world, best radio observatory? Because extremely quiet. It's around three hundred fifty kilometers from the newest town. And so that's why we've gone left because it's very radio, quiet. Are you knew the Murchison world through to raise? That is that. Yes, that's right. So we're both both on the Murchison and registrar observe a tree which is managed by CSI Arroyo. And we're very pleased to be able to share it with with them delight Murchison's of different type of radio telescopes setup, isn't it? Yeah. That's right. So much than why field array is a low frequency telescope, and it does Catholic precursors for the square kilometer. Right. Which will also be the same site when it gets built in Australia in a couple of years that's already up and running the early stages of that for the square kilometer array, what about the astray inside of things. So we've been running up precursors now as I say caps. Nearly nearly am open running and w is bemoaning number of years. But we've also been working on the design for the telescope. What we've learned from us Cap'n MWA, we'll be fading into the K design the two. Functions of what's being built in Australia, and what's being built in South Africa. You looking at different ends of the electromagnetic radio spectrum out you low frequency radio waves and winds looking at midway prince radio eight. Yeah. That's right. So they'll be complementary and what happens then once you collect that data. Somehow there's going to be an awful lot of data to try and process and determine what you want, and what you check out, and what you cave and Hetty dual letting witty store it. And how do you simply get that amount of data from one place to another as an S k- Tecom. Oh, absolutely data radio telescope producing masses more data than we've been used to radio. Astronomers Esca will have an archive that something like two three hundred PETA bytes of data year, so solving that big data challenge is one of the key things will be working on over the next year. That's the big problem isn't Hetty. You know, what you keep his worth keeping headed? You know, what you Chuck out stuff that you can afford to get rid of you can afford to lose. So that's a really key challenge. And for the first time with these telescopes the computers, the supercomputers that when the data were really part of the telescope because we have to process the data more or less at the same time as it's taken. We just can't afford to stole the data anymore in this curse. We're talking about a new generation of computers. Some of the biggest in the world. That's right. Look will require for k x o scale kind of computing. So they'll be those will be big computers than anybody has now. Fortunately, we've got a few years yet to get this is all being coordinated from Manchester England S K headquarters in Manchester. There were ten member countries all over the world, and we really very much enjoyed that international. Collaboration. In fact, in two weeks time, we'll be doing in Rome to sign the treaty fast. It's too syrup. His deputy director of SIA Sira, astronomy and space science,
Suicide Bomber Kills 3 at Libya’s Foreign Ministry, Officials Say
"Sooner army that devastated. Parts of Java and Sumatra on Saturday four hundred twenty nine people are confirmed dead. Some hush me reports. Heavy rains are hampering rescue efforts with one hundred and fifty people still reported missing. The government has now tone its attention on providing relief to thousands of people who have lost their homes. Several centers have been set up to collect food and clothing. It is unclear when the new system will be installed. But if twenty eighteen has shown anything it's thought in a country at SAS meekly active as Indonesia it is much needed. Samia? Hush me, the Tunisia and journalists has died after setting himself on fire apparently in protest at worsening economic conditions in a video published before his death Abderazek Sergei said he was planning to act on behalf of the people of the western city of Cathrine, and he described as having no means of subsistence thousands of protesters took to the city streets and clashed with police on Monday night. Well, news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Richard Hake. With governor Cuomo in state legislative leaders voicing support for legal marijuana. Supporters of the move are sticking out positions on shaping the Bill in the new year. Donna Lieberman from the New York. Civil Liberties Union would like to state to decriminalize marijuana for everyone above age eighteen we know alcohol prohibition, simply forces drinking underground and rather than ensuring commit crimes over to get access to marijuana. We should not repeat the mistakes of the past. The governor lawmakers so far favor in age cutoff of twenty one county. Health officials across New York oppose legalizing marijuana for medical and behavioral reasons, but they say if the state's going to do it. Anyway, the law should at least direct some of the tax revenue tour programs that monitor the effects of long term, use New Jersey spends about three point four billion dollars a year on health care for eight hundred thousand public employees and retirees and that's expected to climb in the new year as WNYC. Karen rouse reports. Governor Phil Murphy is pushing for savings Murphy state health benefits task force says plan administrators should help employees manage diseases or other chronic conditions that keep them from landing back in the hospital. And there needs to be better use of data Hetty Rosenstein is the state director for the communications workers of America, and a member of the task force evaluate what the spend was charging more on what your outcomes which are better and with what's out of network, and what is in network all of those things you have to really evaluate the task force also called for an increase access to mental health services
"hetty" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Hetty super secret codename. Are you ready for it operation sharp shooter? Cool. Yes. That is one clever codename because yesterday our government is just loaded with Atanas sharpshooters and hackers can make big bucks. I'm not talking about the ransomware. Although that itself is pretty lucrative. Actually, look this up. So this way a capacitor long ransomware victims in two thousand. Seventeen was the most recent number. I could find how much money do you think that they actually paid to the hackers and scammers because they got hit by ransomware, anybody guess, that's right. Five billion dollars five billion dollars. The hackers. I'm talking about are the good hackers. The white had hackers the ethical hackers. They get jobs finding vulnerabilities and company networks and systems, and they're called sometimes the bug hunters. We'll get this. If a hacker goes to the sunny side, they can make five hundred thousand dollars a year searching for security problems and then reporting back to the big companies like tesla and the department of defense. Now bug crowd is the name of a company that you can call and pay someone to hack into your networks. Well, ninety four percent of bug crowds. Hunters are between the ages of eighteen to forty four. Several of their hackers are in high school. I get this middle school right middle school think about that some schmo. The defense department of it's a document infected with malware from a phishing Email and a ten year olds hired to get rid of it. The irony as speaking of data how much would you have to pay someone to get someone else's social security number? And then how long do you think it would take for them to give you that particular person's social security number? Well, the Wall Street Journal did the research and some shocking facts, boy, I'll tell you. There's just been this string of data breaches the numbers are huge. We're talking about five hundred million potential victims. At Marriott, Starwood properties. You have a hundred and seventeen million users and last couple of years Hackett linked did three billion at Yahoo. Now, if you wanna sleep well, Elvis Chan is the guy's name, but a greeting Elvis Chan, especially with the FBI who investigates all these cybercrimes, and he says every American person should assume that all of their data is out there. Now, the stolen information's on the black market websites. The dark web discussion forums. And of course, it's all sold using bitcoin because that's hard to trace. And then the criminals also assemble what they call falls FU, L LLC falls, and this is internet slang, and basically it's a full listing of everything on somebody. So it's a data birth social security number telephone number driver's license. Number banking information, any piece of data that might be able to get on one particular person. How much do you think that sells for on the internet anybody one hundred dollars? That's all for a hundred bucks. You could buy all that information about.
"hetty" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Artists saving. Kelly Clarkson, Hetty Kelsey Ballerini. It's Kelly Clarkson. Buzzing if you know it. Rascal Flatts, Lasko flat. Even have time to elect who won down by Eddie and Amy. Now. Here we go sudden death between DNA me buzzing. Any good? Shoot. Here. Dreaming. It's Alan Jackson, buddy. Sorry everywhere. Twitter. Our audio producer Raymundo who works out of the glass room, and it's constantly editing. All the sounds that you hear he has an idea for a business. It's very shark tank. Bring them into the studio right now, our audio producer. Guys. Thanks for having me have you here on the shark tank with all you sharks. I got a crazy. Good idea going right to avoid. All right. You always get home. And it's a cold house, man. The fires not on. There's no lights on. It's just a weird feeling man. Nothing's ready to go. Well, what if there's a guy like me or people that are higher? My cooperation we go into your house, ten minutes before you, get home. We turn on the lights. We're going to turn up the heat. We're also going to turn on the Christmas tree. We're gonna turn on some.
"hetty" Discussed on Hostage
"How could an individual make the most money in the shortest amount of time and get away without being identified by the cops. In September nineteen fifty two while Carl hall lay daydreaming in his cell about the perfect crime. Bonnie Emily Hettie of Saint Joseph Missouri was finally divorcing her abusive husband. Her husband Vernon Ellis Hetty was alive stock salesman. They had lived well for twenty years participating in square dances and dog shows. But Vernon's dislike of children led him to force Bonnie into eleven abortions over the course of their marriage. These were illegal at the time and even more dangerous in potentially psychologically, damaging for Bonnie as the years progressed, friends and acquaintances of Bonnie's began to notice she was frequently intoxicated even showing up drunk to some of the affirmation dog shows. It would seem that she had begun to cope with life's hardships by turning to alcohol soon. She like hall. Couldn't make it an hour without a drink. It said she drank as much as a fifth of whiskey a day. Fairly quickly after the divorce in September nineteen fifty two friends of Bonnie heady began to notice strange music coming from her home men called at all hours, and it became clear that she had turned to sex work to support herself and well sex work in of itself is not indicative of any kind of illness or malfeasance most of Bonnie's prophets were going toward fueling her alcohol addiction, and this is perhaps the best indication of how serious her alcohol abuse had become not only was she dependent on the substance, but she now had to mold her life around the pursuit of it. She had long since crossed the threshold from drinking problem to full blown alcoholic the National Institute on alcohol abuse and alcoholism known as an I a reports that there are five types of alcoholics both Bonnie. Carl fit into the rarest and most dangerous category chronic severe people in this subtype begin drinking at a young age, though, they may not become truly addicted until middle age. They have a high rate of divorce and in all likelihood use other drugs beyond alcohol. We know for certain Caro began drinking at Kemper military school Fonteyn Caro were both coming off of bad. Marriages in Carl at least was also known to have a drug habit. Another characteristic of this subtype is that the alcoholic also potentially suffers from depression, bipolar disorder or other personality disorders, and in some cases, they are more prone to acts of criminality. Well, we don't know for certain that either Bonnie heady or Carl hall suffered from mental illness. They were absolutely both drawn to a life of crime there in the ferris partnership began. Almost as soon as they met. Bonnie regularly picked up sex work clients at the pony express bar in the ruby del hotel in Saint Joseph one night in April nineteen fifty three Bonnie met a potential client who for a change was charming and kind almost immediately. She fell for him. He introduced himself as Carl hall of Kansas City, Missouri. He was recently paroled from jail having served time for insurance fraud. He claimed he thought she was beautiful, of course, whether he was actually attracted to Bonnie or not Carl had seen potential in Bonney potential from the nip Yele Shen, they moved into gather almost immediately after meeting in April nineteen fifty three and by June nineteen Fifty-three Carl began to speak about the green lease family. How wealthy they were their fleet of Cadillacs. How they had their names on various Catholic institutions throughout the city when Bonnie was halfway sober. She would try to steer the conversation towards something more normal who cared about some rich family. It wasn't until he began to drive them by the green Lisa state in Mission Hills that she started to worry, but she ignored her doubts car loved her and he put up with her addiction. They were to societal misfits living in a world skewed by constant intoxication. What Bonnie didn't know was that Carl had been planning to abduct one of the young Greenlees children for some time. He remembered Paul Greenlees from Kemper military school in when he read in prison that Paul's father Robert now had two young children from a second marriage Carl's perfect crime suddenly came into focus, and he would use the lonely and pliable Bonnie Hetty to help him pull it.
"hetty" Discussed on WGN Radio
"With me. Andrea darlas Hetty is off tonight. God. I love our listeners. You guys are texting in some hilarious, costumes, either last minute ideas for people going to parties this weekend who maybe going to spend a lot of money or don't have a lot of ideas serial killer staple small cereal boxes to a black T shirt and a rubber or cardboard knife halfway through your shirt. Hi mysterious killer that is money. Isn't that good? I'm watching the the hunting of hill house on Netflix. Have you have you watched any of these episodes? I've been hearing a lot about that. I haven't started yet myself. But it looks very good. It is so so so good are you guys benching or watching anything net flex right now. We should be aware of I just finished daredevil season. Three the marvel one. Oh nice. I watched Jessica Jones. Oh, yeah. Derrick ventures. I no, no, no. No. No. She's she's she's on the market. But yeah, daredevil was probably like of all the marvel shows they've come out with so far. I think season three of daredevil was probably the best that I saw I like their level. What are you watch? Michael. I I'm trying to get into more of those drama. Based comedies or you know, some some of those shows that have through lines, but I'm really into the interview based shows that they have on net flicks. So I finished David Letterman's, my guests needs introduction. And then the normal Donald show I've been really into lately, and I kind of just rifled through all those as well, Donald one too. I saw when Seinfeld was doing his for awhile comedian and cars having coffee. Yeah. I watched a couple of those those are pretty good. You know, what the problem with that one is though will I was really into it as well. Is it becomes when you watch too many? Yeah. The production actually works against itself because there's too much production. When you just want to see them, talking some totally agree. Right. Because the one with Kate. I think it was either Kate McKinnon or Kathleen Madigan, and they spend too much time on breakfast. Yeah. Mike, well, I don't you know, I don't need to know what you're eating all these like, really like great artsy. Shots pouring coffee after like the third minute of of me seeing somebody eat gobble Scone. I'm like, let's get to the interview. Exactly, I felt the same way. There wasn't enough time for the interview. Well hours can be wasted browsing through net. Flicks collections of film and TV shows Daily Mail had a great story today online, and I know everyone's going to be asking about this. So it's from the Daily Mail, if you know, the kind of thing you like to watch there's a new secret list.
Veteran shot by cops in own home may not have heard commands to drop gun
"Tomorrow eighty six so slightly cooler in some areas and there will be a better chance for some thunderstorms as we head towards Friday afternoon and evening temperatures are back to the nineties this weekend with an isolated chance for some storms on Saturday from CBS four. I'm meteorologist Lauren Whitney on. KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM right now partly. Cloudy skies ninety degrees in Broomfield Aurora police chief Nick met says his officers told a homeowner five times to drop his gun before they shot and killed him Monday. Morning Richard Gary black adjust shot and killed an intruder who attacked. His grandson in his, home when officers came in chief met says black may not have heard the command. Unfortunately one of the things, that the family shared with. Us today was that Mr. black Hetty significant hearing impairment that he received. From his service in the, military bet says it was a Chaotic scene child told officers that the intruder Dijon Harper at. Attacked him the off the child, was screaming that the suspect Mr. Harper was the one that assaulted him and gave pretty graphic details. At that immediate time of what had just happened to him chief met says the family has asked that the. Police body camera. Video not be released a Lakewood motorcycle cop is in the hospital after he was in, a three vehicle accident at colefax advance. Today commander Reeves says the officer is in serious condition one other person was hospitalized from one of the other vehicles we've says, motorists, have to, be extra vigilant around motorcycles ability is little motorcycles are typically smaller than. Cars some motorists really have to be, aware of any any kind of motorists. Are, motorcycles around them and as you heard Erin tell us colefax 'em Wadsworth has been a colefax rather from Wadsworth to Taylor has been reopened it was closed for several hours as they Investigated a top forensic experts says remains turned over by North Korea are consistent with being. Americans Dr John Byrd told reporters at the Pentagon today that. The bones appear to be from the Korean war and its first to Friday weekend the Santa Fe neighborhood is a hot spot for its numerous galleries and exhibits tomorrow will be huge. Food trucks galore, rolling in for a multi block food booze and music party this will. Be happening. Near west eighth avenue in Santa Fe it's officially football season the NFL hall of fame game is underway in canton, Ohio between the bears and the..
"hetty" Discussed on Z100
"Too small jane thank you overnight right jay yes necklace dr go to michael can really trust by his joy the blackened show got damaged oh come with johnny carson on right because i really joey logano show ronan call us at four zero one hundred in the morning show hetty here but i want to bring up something a james corden re tweeted an article called how the psychology of the england football team could change your life of course he's talking about soccer they call it football anyway as you know england will be up against croatia today and this team is getting a lot of attention not because of where they used to be versus now but where they are now solely that and they actually have a wonderful team of people working with the team members the england team to get their minds in the right place is a matter of fact that they were interviewing one of the england midfielder's asking if he was nervous about the big tests up ahead he says i of course i'm excited but i'm not nervous and that's one of those lines we use on the show all the time people say they're nervous about doing something like finding a new career we're discussing a problem with a partner whatever i'm so excited about what the outcome could be maybe nervousness and excitement or so close anyway this is a great article do a search it's it's in the guardian hell of the psychology of the england football team could change your life or they worked with these players in the look england's team and all teams have a past the when they come back to play a new season they're actually playing against themselves in what people feel about their failures in the past what these psychologist and other therapists are working with the team members is saying you gotta let the past go this is a new season an even though we have some of the same team members members every year we're not the same team because also playing against different team members on different teams every new season is a new chance to renew be reborn and be the best you can be too great a great example i love it it's gotta be hard to win like you have a crappy game to get back out there the next game and pick your head up and you know what i mean can come back from that because i just my kids playing on the field if they're doing crappy sometimes they get into their own heads and you can tell they're just can't get out of that that little slump that they're in it's tough thinking about this daniel let's say you let's say you're in a relationship and it's not doing well right we'll see you go to bed fighting and not understanding each other you wake up not understanding each other and fighting nothing has nothing has improved right you're still living in that mindset where you your team the two of you your team is failing that failing mode well you know what i don't want to fail anymore i wanna win i wanna go out and beat croatia today i want to go out and i want my partner to know that i love them i really think this relationships worth saving or my job is worth saving yeah but i go in everyday feeling like i'm a failure i'm gonna failure today and i'm gonna fail again tomorrow well you will because that's your mindset and you don't if like i said it's easier to find just follow james corden on twitter he he posted this not that long ago it's really a great that read that childish gambino there i said it the third time you said it when you weren't supposed to say whoa now we're actually we're okay to say it now we have officially added childish gambino to the lineup of the iheartradio music festival in las vegas nice it's gonna be an incredible show we're going to be there you should be there let's all be there so childish gambino what's that song we're playing now this is america yeah this is america thank you scary he's he repeated it just a case so who knows where we're going to add next and who knows who childish gambino may perform with the the collaborations at the.
"hetty" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Dan this hands some nights is coast to coast am with ian george noory popping that to non from ferrall from the soundtrack to hidden figures the story about the african american women that made such a significant contribution to the space program they were all mathematicians but that scene where they had to keep running blocks away to use the quote unquote colored bathroom and the played that song from frail every time the women had to go to the bathroom and it'd be running to get to that but it kind of reminded me a little bit of this story to with hetty lamar a beautiful actress a woman so well known as being the most beautiful woman in the world in her day and i mean the photographs are stunning the scenes a decent actress in big movies cecil b movies and and was a producer on her in her own right and very successful by any measure in hollywood over a long period of time yet she was a hobbyist inventor she loved inventing things and a radio guided missile program that could withstand nazi jamming technology was just one of her inventions we'll get back to that story and tell you about the other ones she came up with two with bill burns our guest on coast to coast am this is he and punnet.
"hetty" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"It wasn't oh oh the moon some nights this is coast to coast am with ian george noory popping the non from ferrall from the soundtrack to hidden figures the story about the african american women that made such a significant contribution to the space program they were all mathematicians but that scene where they had to keep running blocks away to use the quote unquote colored bathroom played that song from every time the women had to go to the bathroom and it'd be running to get to that but it kind of reminded me a little bit of this story to hetty lamar a beautiful actress a woman so well known as being the most beautiful woman in the world in her day and i mean the photographs are stunning the scenes a decent actress in big movies cecil b de mill movies and and and was a producer on her in her own right and very successful by any measure in hollywood over a long period of time yet she was a hobbyist inventor she loved inventing things and a radio guided missile program that could withstand nazi jamming technology was just one of her inventions we'll get back to that story and tell you about the other one she came up with two with bill burns our guest on coast to coast am this is on it.
NRA names Oliver North, known for Reagan-era scandal, as president
"Us marine corps lieutenant colonel was at the center of the iran contra scandal of the nineteen eighties he hosts the program war stories with oliver north on the fox network brian man with north country public radio reports oliver north became a household name during the reagan years for his role in a secret effort to sell weapons to iran funneling the proceeds to anticommunist rebels in nicaragua north was found guilty of destroying government documents and other crimes he's emerged as a popular conservative commentator and now at age seventy four lead the board of directors of the nation's largest gun rights group wayne lapierre the nra's executive director tweeted that this is the most exciting news for nra members since charlton heston became president north takes on the role at a challenging time a high school shooting in parkland florida touched off nationwide protests and even states with republican governors like florida vermont that have had wide open gun laws have passed new gun restrictions brian man npr news this is npr news from washington russia says one of its military helicopters crashed in syria killing both pilots officials with the defense ministry in moscow say it wasn't attack helicopter that went down in the east of the country hostile fire is not suspected officials say it appears to have been a technical problem last week a russian fighter jet crashed in the mediterranean while taking off from an airbase in syria preliminary election results in lebanon suggest large gains for hezbollah considered a terrorist group by the us npr's lima l orion reports finanz interior minister announced the preliminary results for the country's first parliamentary elections since two thousand nine has below in iranian backed group and its allies including the largest christian party won over half the seats it's a political and moral victory says hezbollah's leader side hustle meanwhile the party belonging to prime minister saad hetty di suffered big losses but because of the.
"hetty" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"Okay but it's normal though you know what percentage i think it's very normal though for people that be all over the place with that stuff you know of course listen at the end of the day we are all an annihilation that movie hit a little bit to do with the fact about cell migration we're all born of this one single cell that mutated not mutated split became too to became four for between came eight and so on and so forth that sounds like a lot amount yeah but point is we are all the same per person it's bizarre isn't that bizarre and interesting that the ego wants to separate us wants to say oh no we're over here and you guys are over there so stay on your side of the thing you know it's still but that concept of the ego to real is year allot more progressed and evolved than the average human my husband is now reading the power of now he's been reading it it takes a long time to really soak it and then by act accident he plugged his ipod into you had impregnated my ipod years ago with with the audiobook yeah we're earth of new which is the same book as power of now it's as he went back and he somewhat simplified the power of now which is a little harder to remarry hetty it's very heavy yeah a new earth same material it's easier to digest so i have the audio version that route put on my podcast that i hated him podcast because i'd be running on your ipod ipod it would all of a sudden be like a donna summer mix into like a new.
"hetty" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Hetty stop it bit me under the table come on man stopping a lunatic bites ryan's feet comes to feed him he snaps invites a sneaker of all flesh you're going to get hit with that soared one day i don't know maybe he's going to the wedding why all of a sudden why everything at one minute it's crazy the the wedding was a sunday then the night before travel the doctor calls in a panic and to top it off we gotta a call my wife stepmother died she was elderly but all at once you know how these things here they run in threes by the way i knew i knew a man who own their an airline oh yeah years ago well his father owned pan am airlines use a great guy and he said crashes come in threes i don't know if you know that did you you ever hear that one is that a commonality crashes coming threes so have you heard of a plane crash today there are too many plane crashes thank god in the older days there were a lot of quite a few but they came in threes bing bing bing so now it's like i got to a ready that was then right so now here's three the dead dog in a pool very unexpected really this was we're extremely careful people but you look sang this happened it's terrible how many people lost children to a drowning in the pool you read that quite often every summer the mother turns red for one minute to make a hamburger she turns around she got a floater bingo that does do a heart i mean what are you gonna do fetus washes up in berkeley pleased i can't look at these stories eight five five four hundred seven two eight two is the phone number i really rather talk about the other stuff than the dog i i don't know what to say it's enough already when is when is life going to resume to the norm for me when when when when a normal normal day of of str struggle pain depression you know the normal right wing stuff that you do on radio the normal boring horrendous radio that you hear why not constitution wrap yourself in the custody to sion.
"hetty" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To a visas from heave turkish journalist jeff hetty van had gone to jail for challenging aired a one in the past after last year's failed military coup air ardo want to crack down on those he saw his enemies and journalists for one of his targets above bug with us on my wife and i were listed as enemies of the state we hit out in turkey for a while and then decided we had to get out we fled to greece the couple claimed asylum in greece last year along with more than a thousand other turks they include eight military officers who fled after the coup air to one wants greece to hand them over for npr news i'm jules annika cases in athens you're listening to all things considered from npr news the white house is celebrating what it calls a great month for american workers us employers added two hundred twenty eight thousand jobs last month manufacturing jobs in particular abounds in back employers and president trump now have a new challenge if they want to keep the economy growing and that is finding enough workers and pierre scott horsely reports the lovely job number from the labor department was somewhat better than forecasters had been expecting but it was no surprise to tom maher he runs the manpower temporary firm in dayton ohio where factories have been buzzing virtually every manufacturer in the area have help wanted find out other window nationwide factories of added one hundred eighty nine thousand jobs in the last 12 months but even though the national unemployment rate is a low four point one percent mayor says workers paychex or barely outpacing inflation wages are are rising but they're not rising as fast as as i believe they really should uh in order to attract workers that they need white house economist kevin hasn't suspects that's partly because many of the new hires have been entry level workers they don't make as much as more experienced colleagues but those entry little opening spell opportunity for people who haven't worked in a long time or effort were at that point in the cycle where the market is tighten us the the that it's really rewarding everybody has it notes the jobless rate among people without a high school diploma fell by half a percentage point last month and unemployment among hispanics fell to.
"hetty" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"With chief of staff john kelly the cia and other agencies and he's decided that in the interests of transparency all of the files related to the investigation into the kennedy assassination we'll be unsealed on twitter the president says only names and addresses of people still living we'll be rejected washington is waiting just see who will be the first person or persons charged in the special counsel's russia investigation the white house isn't commenting on reports that the first indictments have been handed down here's correspondent shimon procup patch some of the people who have been under investigation here have told us that they have not received notice from the special counsel's office to have their clients surrender so it is very likely that the people who are charged with the person that was charged has not been told south florida is under a tropical storm watch again the eighteenth named storm of the atlantic season philippe is already dumping heavy rain on cuba and dennis filkin and at the national hurricane center says more could be in store we are not anticipating a storm surge direct from this system most it'd be strongest winter welker the easter to center circulation and this day we tropical storm the primary threat for court orders going to be the hetty raid however we can't rule out a couple of brief tornadoes possible portions of south florida and look florida he tufts the same winds are forty miles an hour the mayor of tampa says he is angry because three homicides in the same neighborhood have not been solved i'm mad because i feel like my community has been violated a mad because these good folks here many of whom i know are being held hostage by this person a mad because those three families said a huge hole ripped in their hearts i don't wanna see any family have to.
"hetty" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Regulations at it that the bureaucracy kicks up with a process among others that i propose to control it and on and on and on it's not enough digest work in a balanced the budget row latch great but it's not enough it doesn't address the the the fundamentals the problems that have a that have been you know enshrined in our system and have uprooted our constitutional system go ahead they're gerrymandering is to control state legislatures elect republican governors and to right stops at hetty gerrymandered to elect republican governors governor's run in the entire state so how do you gerrymander to elect republican governors it's not possible irrational but let's hear her conspiracy go on constitutional convention so stop so in other words they want to gerrymander the state legislatures and the republican governors to call a constitutional convention number one republican governors have nothing to do with the president has nothing to do the state legislatures to it so the republican governors have nothing to do with they can promote it they can push it like our man abbott there in uh in texas but they don't sign it it just is what it is and notice how everything that we do at the grassroot is evil is corrupt so the only way you see that we're able to get the state legislatures and alabama in georgia in florida and most of these republican states is because we gerrymander this is a nasty stupid angry person go ahead deep into what they are advocating limits on the first amendment no awoke who is advocating limits on the first amendment i'm telling you folks this woman is a certified liar who's advocated limits on the first amendment last time i checked that was the left last time i checked that was chuck schumer donald trump's reacquainted new friend who was proposing an amendment to control the first amendment member that last time i checked if the campuses and universities all over this country better trashing the first amendment nobody's proposing any change to the first amendment you you anyway go ahead the second amendment limits on criminal justice nobody's proposing any changes to the secondment we wanted to fend the second amendment at you eu criminal justice system go ahead i mean there is.
"hetty" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"To you by adt see i we had some breaking news this morning president donald trump tweeted i will be nominating christopher a ray man of impeccable credentials to be the new director of the fbi details to follow we are not going to wait for him to give us some details before getting some of our own larry our national security team editor for bloomberg in washington d c larry what do we know about christopher ray the nominee at for the new director of the fbi cloudy quite well now he the white collar defense attorney now but he third at the justice department for member of years including prosecuting the instrument enron financial scandal vehicle respond i could improve them critic of president trump has been that he's a good solid choice although he didn't have experienced says from previous fbi director hetty that you tell all at all considered a respectable solid but dehlvi confirmation hearing as well he'll be out a lot of talk questions including whether he was product independent president trump or whether president trump i asked him for loyalty as the fire fbi director colmey a apparently alleges here this is this is important the other thing that i find it interesting is the timing of president trump's announcement this comes a day before fired fbi director derek james comey is set to testify in front of congress about his discussions with president trump what is the significance of this i mean is it just a coincidence has been a were in the works for a long time or is this a move to perhaps pull attention away from the hearings and tori guy the future well there's no polling the ferry torture or fair now feet dramatic but i think you're right the president method here's who are turning the page gap all history we have chosen a new appropriate fbi chief we're nominating let's.