19 Burst results for "Jackie Kennedy"
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Think it's serious situation to come up with no exactly what you should be and I want you to be serious about it. I can't be a situation. Oh, okay. There's going to be somebody who's going to run for long time or be in an accurate situation. But the player was never written. The tapes were put away. And now rob Roth, he acclaimed musicals director, has put a play together that is taken from those tapes, his new book, Warhol capote, a nonfiction invention that text of a play that has been presented in rob Roth, joins us now. Thank you so much for being with us. Oh, thank you, Scott. Happy to be here. Where are these tapes been? Angie recorded approximately ten years of his life. All day. And he kept what he called his wife, his Sony Walkman, inside his jacket, pocket. And he would just tape people. So when he died in 1987, they found over 3000 cassettes. They were undated, many of them had no notation on them at all. So I came upon this idea in the angio Warhol diaries by pat Hackett, and I read an entry that said, went to Truman's apartment, got 6 good tapes for the play. And then it was like a treasure hunt. I called the Warhol foundation. I called the capote trust. The tapes were in storage at the Warhol museum. And there was an embargo on listening to any of these until 2037 because he recorded surreptitiously, which was illegal. In New York at the time. So when I went and asked permission to find these Truman tapes, they said no. And I realized, wait a minute, Truman knew he was being recorded. So that may be changed things so I called the Warhol foundation back and I said, I don't mean to be a bother. And so I was eventually given permission to have an archivist, look through the 3000 cassettes to see if any of them said Truman and indeed they found 59 90 minute cassettes with Truman in Andy's handwriting. And so this play, I called it a non fiction invention because every word of the play, they spoke. They just didn't have the conversations in the way that I've created them. They are from my imagination. What do you think this on each other? I think they saw the talent in each other, and I think they saw mutual pain. The cost of making art was very high. To both these men. And I think they recognized that in one another. Also, I think they just enjoyed each other's art. Angie loved Truman's writing, Truman, like some of Angie's paintings. Truman Capote has some truly amazing anecdotes about Marilyn Monroe, Jackie Kennedy, and I must say, was giving nothing away, especially Humphrey Bogart. Yes. Do you think they're true? You know, I don't know, to tell you the honest truth. The Humphrey Bogart thing, can I give it away? Yeah, go ahead. If you're playing. Well, Truman says that he's slept with Humphrey Bogart while they were working on a movie called beat the devil. I knew that Stephen Sondheim was the clapper boy on beat the devil. So I actually showed him this part of the play. And he said, I knew it. I knew there was something going on between the two of them. And this confirms what he had thought. So that made me think, oh, maybe it was true. Can I ask you to let both of us read a section from your play? Oh, sure. Because I want to give some idea on how things like the dialogs or conversation we just heard. Wind up becoming a play, and I'm going to ask you to be Andy Warhol. You get most of the good lines. I'll be Truman Capote, okay, which I find a great honor. Okay, should I start? Please. Truman, we should work together. Really? Let's write a new play. We've got to do 8 plays on Broadway all running at the same time. Fast plays. Oh yes, Broadway. Everybody always says it's dead. It's gone, but it always comes back. Theaters last year made more money than ever. Cheech Truman can't I just tape you? You know, the real thing and do plays about real people. Actually, if we just tape it. See, that's the kind of thing I want to do. Reality and art. Intertwined to the point that there's no identifiable area of demarcation. And then what do we really talk about? I mean, it'll be like a small plane in which you see everything about a person. Every word of it is true. Let's make this some absolutely fantastic thing. I don't think plot is important. If you see two people talking, you can watch it over and over again without being bored. You get involved. You miss things. You come back to it. You see new things. But you can't say the same thing over and over again if it has a plot because you already know the ending. My God, that last line. I find extraordinary. They're amazing. When you read over the play, there's so many parts that touch you. I mean, at one point, capote's talks about he says, my mind is like a fantastic generator. And Andy Warhol says the machine is always going even when you sleep. You feel sorry that they don't seem to have
Michelle Obama Was Always an Idiot, Radical Kook
"Now these damn fools will wear masks That's the science while they pretend a baby one second before birth isn't a baby Wow that's a choice I'm asking science a baby is a choice Now I say this with all the respect I can muster Michelle was always an idiot And if we want to shift the tide she said we can't afford to get cynical or throw our hands up and walk away Well what do you need to do So don't walk away and throw your hands up But what's the opposite of that We have to double down get even more organized and join the activists who've been doing this work away from the spotlight for so long Michelle she's no No Dolly Madison no Barbara Bush No Jackie Kennedy Historic figure no question about it But a radical kook That's right I said it And I don't plan to issue a statement I don't plan to be fined a $100,000 I don't plan on any of that happening Over my dead
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on KGO 810
"We're going to do a deep dive into paying for healthcare because that can be a really big portion of some of these high costs In fact it's one of the top three costs for retirees healthcare costs have just been growing it well above the rate of inflation for quite some time half of Americans aged 50 to 64 are worried that they're not going to be able to afford healthcare after they retire And so Jason we have two groups of people here We have people who qualify for Medicare and we have people who don't qualify for Medicare because they're too young What are the options for someone who wants to retire before Medicare kicks in at 65 We want to look at that 62 year old and go what is this next three years look like So if they came from a workplace plan they'll have access to cobra But cobra really only covers them for 18 months and it may be very expensive They can also look to healthcare dot gov to look at the Affordable Care Act to look at that pricing structure They can also consider if they have a spouse jumping on their spouses work benefits Yeah now that's interesting My husband has been in this situation for the past few years He retired before age 65 And we ran this scenario What would it cost him to cobra versus what would it cost him to go on my plan and then when he turned 65 we ran the cost of staying on my plan against the cost of Medicare and he decided to stay on my coverage because did his income it's actually cheaper When we're looking at whatever the expenses are we also have to think about where are those sources coming from because where you take the money out impacts the potential costs We're looking at how do we keep income low enough to keep getting the tax credits for Affordable Care Act but at the same time where are we getting the money from Is it IRA Is it Roth Is it their brokerage account to really say how do we fill this need but at the same time be worried about Affordable Care Act incomes worried about whatever their marginal bracket is and also worry about what that threshold is of Medicare for the armor rules as well So once you go on Medicare it gets very tricky if you're still earning money Medicare doesn't cost the same for all people You have to pay something called an Irma which is a fee that's added to your premium amount depending on how much income you have Can you explain that So yeah the armor is really effectively a two year look back So if you're starting Medicare today it's looking at your 2020 and 2021 income determined are you paying a premium above and beyond your normal part being part D And I think this year's number is a $178,000 for a couple So if a couple made a $180,000 that person who's starting B is going to see an increase in their part B premiums and if they sign up for part D they're going to see an increase in their part D they do have a form though that the erma form says if you have some big changes work stoppage divorce death things like that They'll say we get it We're not going to ding you because of these special rules Are there things that you can do in the years leading up to Medicare enrollment that can help get rid of these Irma fees Yeah you can just be aware of how you're taking income for an example is if you're need money out of your IRA for example maybe you split it between tax years right So if you say if I'm taking out some number in my IRA and I don't need it all today if you take out some before December 31st and then another piece let's say on January 1st you've split the tax year and thereby potentially reducing that Irma threshold That's a good strategy It's a complicated strategy I think which is why I mean it just seems Jason that this is another time where if you're not really in the know about the nuances you talk to a planner and if you have a planner fantastic if you don't have a planner you can go to plan EFE dot com and talk to one of the planners from Edelman financial engines They're there to help You certainly don't want to be navigating this while you're in the middle of some kind of issue that requires you to start paying for more money for healthcare We're now going to turn a corner and look at whether you should consider creating a living trust as part of your estate plan What's a living trust versus a will What are the components of it And why do you need them A living trust is basically a document that goes along with a will And you move your assets into this trust It's a revocable trust as compared to an irrevocable trust which is very hard to say but basically what it means is that you can change it while you're alive And you move your assets into this trust you select a trustee quite often it's you to manage it along with somebody to manage it if you're not able to And it's basically a way to avoid probate Also it's private I remember when Jackie Kennedy Onassis died all the details of her will became public and we could open The New York Times and we could read about everything that was said And if she had had a living trust which weren't as popular then none of those things would have been public So Jason when it comes to who needs one and who doesn't need one what are your thoughts I tend to look at the option on complexity right So I would say those attend any trust are those with blended families large estates properties and different states concerns with kids things like that So those are usually really good trust candidates It doesn't a will help you avoid probate I mean isn't that the whole point of a will you name who gets what and then boom you die and everyone gets what they're supposed to get Now unfortunately the will still causes your state to go through probate and like gene talked about It makes it a public affair Probate in some states is very very simple but probate in other states is really complicated And if you own property in a couple of places then you have to go through two different probate processes You and I have talked a lot soledad about how not enough people have wills So how do we to this day Honestly come on people It's like the bare minimum It takes no time at all And honestly you're not really protecting your family members if you if something devastating happens Well you're not protecting your kids either I mean a will is the only document that allows people to name guardians for their kids And so if you don't have a will you have not named guardians and I just think that's unconscionable So get a will We were talking earlier obviously about cognitive decline A living trust help when that starts happening can that be protective Well absolutely and that's the unique thing about the trust that the trust begins its relationship starting day one to really the trust should have other pieces in there which are power of attorney medically and financially the advanced directives all those things And using Nora's example is allowing her sister to talk on their father's financial ability is probably a priority But if you don't have those documents if someone's in cognitive decline it's much harder to create those diagnoses because you have to have the faculty to be able to sign those documents I really like having these trust documents and going through them It was really I thought it was really helpful Creating the trust is one piece of it the next piece is funding the trust And sometimes what I found is this is the piece that's lacking So I have client to go through the trouble of creating a trust and maybe they did it themselves they fail to fund the trust which means putting the assets title in the name of the trust to actually have things owned by the trust because the trust is really a separate relationship that if it's not owned by the trust it potentially goes through probate creating the trust is one funding the trust a second talking to the successor trustees letting them know third component And when you're talking about moving assets into trust we're really talking about everything We're talking about houses We're talking about brokerage accounts We're really the goal is to move as much as you can into the trust once you set it up so that it does bypass probate Exactly So if every asset outside of maybe retirement accounts are owned by the trust the trustee has easier access to everything And what I found is a lot of times clients go through the funding process and then they open some side bank account or they did something on their own and that small account creates some headache for the executor because if it doesn't have the name of the trust it's potentially going through probate If.
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Camp to be what Jared Leto is doing in this movie, which is like massacre theater in the heck out of this role. You have a gift I'm telling you. Oh, and stop. Stop your going to make. Nobody is ever said that to me, no, but why don't you have your own life? What he's doing, you know, by making the accent a punchline in almost every scene is he's distancing himself from the material, right? He's kind of winking and letting us know, I know I'm being ridiculous. It doesn't help that he's either in heavy makeup or prosthetics and almost unrecognizable. And he wants desperately wants us all to be in on the joke. So that's one level that the movie is operating. But aside from that, he's on one end. And then you have driver story, which we both love Adam Driver. And I've got to say, this is one of the most dull performances I've seen from him, and I think it's because this character is being set up as the straight man to the Lady Gaga figure. And he doesn't have a ton to do until the final third, where I'll just say he is asked to suddenly become something of a villain that turn is not well set up in terms of the characterization. And so you have long stretches of this movie, which are pretty boring. I'll just say, are not camp in any way shape or form. However you define it. And drivers unfortunately stuck in those sections. So there's one person who's nailed this, at least for me. For my understanding of camp, and that is Lady Gaga. She's great here. And essentially what she's doing is she's well aware of how she can just give the clink of an espresso cup as we see in the trailer and make that kind of this thrilling entertaining melodramatic gesture. Her eyes as we knew from A Star Is Born in 2018. You know, the camera loves her. She knows how to work the camera and she knows how to flash those eyes. And in this role she does all of that, but here's the trick, and she does this wearing period, but yet really, I don't want to say ridiculous, but I'll land a shout fits. Let's say that. Outlandish outfits. And hairstyles, yet you get the sense that she believes in this character in the material at the same time. And that to me is the key. You want to thread that needle for something to be camp. You don't want everyone thinking that they're just making something that's a joke. I don't think that really hits for me in terms of camp. At the same time, Lady Gaga's accent, it's off the leash as well. It's kind of all over. But there's a humanity to her character too. That is always there in each of the scenes, even as she's entertaining us. So I was really disappointed in this. And the main warning I would just say is like, if you go into it not expecting it to be almost three hours of laughing, maybe you'll be better prepared and you'll enjoy it a little bit more than I did. I don't think it works overall. You could point to Scott and say, isn't he the one who should kind of manage all of these tones and deliver something consistent? I don't think he manages to do that. And so this really only works for me when Gaga is on the screen, which is a fair amount. So, you know, there is that. This is an unfair trivializing question. But as we are cramming here for end of the year, critics ballots and our own top ten shows is House of Gucci worth seeing because of Lady Gaga's performance and is it so good that I need to be sure to consider it before I finish my ballot or are you not willing to rate it that high? I mean, that's a really tough question. I don't have her performance that high when I look at others that I've noted so far this year. I think it's just a matter as I said of what is surrounding it kind of being at turns deadening and off putting to me that it's just hard to kind of put at the level of other performances that are contributing to a film that on every other cylinder is also hitting. House of Gucci is currently playing in wide release. We're going to stick with you Josh, you also caught up with Spencer featuring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana. It's directed by the Chilean director Pablo Lorraine, probably best known for another intimate portrait of political royalty, 20 16s, Jackie, with Natalie Portman, as Jackie Kennedy, Lorraine, also, like Ridley Scott directed another movie that came out earlier this year, Emma, Spencer isn't a birth to death portrait of Diana, but is like Jackie about a brief but critical time in her life. In this case, it's a weekend in the early 90s when Diane has decided that her marriage to Prince Charles and the demands of being a part of the royal family just isn't working for her. Probably not fair to compare them, especially since I've seen neither. But I know Josh, you are a fan of the series, The Crown. I think a recent season covered the time period that this film does. So what does Lorraine up to here that makes this portrayal of Diana? So different if anything. Yeah, it's totally different. As a matter of fact, I was talking to someone who's a big fan of The Crown really frustrated by Spencer. And I think it's just because they're looking for something that Lorraine and Kristen Stewart are not at all interested in providing which is a larger view of this familial institution. I mean, we go maybe a third into this movie before another royal family member is given a line of dialog. So this is locked in as Jackie was on its central figure. On its main character. And I think it works a little bit better here than it did in Jackie. I wasn't quite as taken with Natalie Portman's performance in that film as others were. And I think Kristen Stewart is doing something a little more interesting under similar conditions. The movie, the camera is tight on her face. Almost all the time, it's following her down these ornate hallways as Lorraine did with Portman in Jackie, both of these films have a kubrickian shining sort of vibe to them. But here, what works is I feel like it's almost pushed further into the realm of psychological horror. And you get this by some other elements that are added, talking about a movie that everyone is on the same page. You have this dissonant omnipresent score by Johnny Greenwood. The cinematography by Claire mathon is so spooky, so misty and morose, these grounds seem to have this fog around them that seeps through the walls into these halls. And then you have Stewart's performance, which we both devoted a show to her a couple years back Adam. So appreciate her as an actress. I think she is doing some really strong work here. And also falling back sometimes as Portman did to sort of a mannered rhythm of the dialog, delivering it in a way that it's almost like a song, a melody that you recognize after a couple of scenes. She's playing the same melody, the way she's spitting out these words. So it took me a little bit to get past that. What I think she is really doing well is, again, going back to Lady Gaga and House of Gucci using her eyes and giving us darting eyes there of portraying this woman who feels trapped and is looking for a way out and really the most impressive thing about her performance is her use of posture. Because it changes so often, sometimes it does mimic iconic imagery of Princess Diana, but more often or not, you watch how it shifts because she's aware of who's watching her and she'll carry herself totally differently, which is just a fascinating thing to trace over the film, how she's doing that. So I think Stuart is really good here and for me, it was maybe a little more successful than Jackie. So fans of Jackie I would imagine would really go for Spencer as well. They are circling us. Didn't you know, don't you read? It seems they're startling just me. Not you. Just me. The thing is, Diana, it has to be two of you. There's two of me. There's two father, two of everyone. It's the real one. And the one they take pictures of. You have to be able to make your body do things. You hate. That you hate. Yes. So out on House of Gucci, but in on Spencer doing you got it. Yep. And you are correct, we devoted a top 5 to Kristen Stewart, our top 5 Kristen Stewart scenes back in March, 2017, that is episode 6, 27, if you want to look that up, you can find that over at film spotting dot net click on lists and Spencer is currently playing in limited release. I have an original rock musical. Hey, boy, genius. And I have spent the last 8 years of my life writing. He's getting out. You're going to be rich and famous and rewriting. Did you crack it yet? So close. And rewriting. Can I hear it? Any day now? 8 years. And the time keeps ticking..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The latter But I think it's time to restore Jackie Kennedy's rose garden This was all you know now Melania's was done with private contributions Jackie Kennedy would have to be restored to private contributions So anyhow we'll see where that goes So to pick up your phone calls here on anything goes Friday Russell and Hendersonville North Carolina Hey Russell what's on your mind today Hey Tom Hendersonville is a town of about 4000 people and they recently had a leave of people rally There's probably 300 people 400 people in attendance And mostly it was against masks and vaccines and everything but they definitely had Q and on people and Trump people and whatnot But what I thought was interesting is they had the mayor who's a passer running from excuse me And he goes up and does a little speech and he talks about we need to put our God on take your sword to smack down the non believers and your shield Anyway it was very strange And I'm kind of a big guy and I wear a lot of military surplus sort of stuff And I thought I'm going to go down there and see if this rallies all about it I'm standing there The guy comes up to me and he goes hey listener Did you hear about the antifa And I was like no what And he goes yeah there are going to be massing down by the freeway and we're all going to go down and check it out And I don't really want to hear about this And he goes well it was on the website for the thing and there was a lady in the crowd who told me about it and you want to come on down and I sit down and it's not really my thing but what I thought was interesting is a year before another fellow who owns a business in Hendersonville they had another rally and he said the same thing I have a starting to them and so it's almost like you were saying there's every time there's any kind of right wing movement or right wing organization or something that has something to do and even our small town there's this spot or something that comes into the website and says oh antifa's mapping And this is massing at the freeways And it's always at the freeway And I virtually guarantee to you Russell that it is the Hendersonville North Carolina Facebook group Have you checked that out No no I didn't You know I didn't look at the I just saw the little signs around town and my wife and I at first thought it might be something that had to do with people as group more But then we looked and saw oh my God it's going to be a right wing rallied She said I just can't go and I said well I have to go see this is all about So I didn't really look at the site I just heard from the guy standing there Fascinating So it's concerning that the whole I was sort of heartened in the fact that I went into town and after I saw the rally and there were thousands of people going about their business and it was just about 10% of the town It was a friend Right right But it's still scary because he was just on the edge of the preacher going to be married was just on the edge of being you know going and kill somebody I mean the way it sounded it was take your armor and slight the unbelievers and smite those who make you do masks during it was just really I'm guessing probably more people have been killed in the name of religion than pretty much anything else over throughout history Maybe land grabs agricultural land but you know they've got to be competing with each other Russell I need to move a lot of things There's an excuse Yeah Thank you for sharing No matter who it is Yeah thanks for sharing a grim story with us this morning Keep us up to date on how things are going and Hendersonville North Carolina Appreciate it Mike in four Collins Colorado hey Mike what's on your mind today Well I wanted to kind of bring you up to date on kind of on the GOP in this state How they think you know did you have elections in Colorado on Tuesday Yeah Yes we did Yes we did Donald Trump tied that beat here Donald Trump tied ex senator Corey Gardner to him and got beat And then there has been discussions I think probably brought it up about the GLB taking over School districts They had four GOP backed candidates here in Fort Collins for the school district They were all beaten by like ready to step children And the ones and then they're thinking I've heard it Whatever I get it And Lauren boebert's just Lauren boebert's district Martha county which is in the northwest part of accounting wars on the article on the post this morning They voted down on Tuesday Funds to Talk about an app to fund the EMF Well the EMS up there can't even handle it We're talking about emergency medical services Yeah Why would somebody want to defund EMS Well it's a conservative anti tax county And so they just don't want to pay the taxes for it or is it that they're concerned that the EMS people are like transporting people to the hospital for COVID I didn't really say I think that they just I guess they think that the EMS is going to go to the out there to the Dollar Tree Because you know the far fringe they're actually is this theory now that you shouldn't go to the hospital if you have COVID they say because that's where they kill people I mean it has become that insane It'd be their response to us right now or slow enough of disease and they've had to call like annulus from Utah to help And the person that is kind of ahead of the services will stay as long as we can but we may have to shut this thing down And I mean that's so did the effort to defund EMS in your county succeed or fail It failed right No No no no this is market county I'm an alert Okay well I'm off for counted them Yeah Well they are not defunding them They're just not going to give them any more money And it's not enough to sustain them I see And I mean you got a problem There's multiple steps that advance are counting I think it's right It's about as big as a state of kinetic A 13,000 people in it And so you guys summarize it could be holding on as long as there is paid growth you cut your leg off with a team so you have a problem Yeah You got a problem I just don't see I guess they just figured that we're given we'll give them too much money paying.
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on Champagne Sharks
"I thought about dead people for i never even as a little kid i was like. She has the funniest looking face. What what am i missing. She has her hair nights. There is the threat there. A read on twitter that went viral about her being ugly. My god i don't get it. I don't see it i don't see it at all. I will say this. For first. Of all i disagree but but i'm looking at what but here's the thing think about. It's not weird thing it did. There's somebody i wish i remember. It was a great thing about it in politics but in think about all the people who are considered like you know thirst traps and politics like they're they're not you know they're they're past like he'd none of these people would be in movies you know it's like people like bill clinton likes the i i understand. I understand that level of attractive. I genuinely jill unattractive. Like i don't read about how about how about not. Actually i gotta know what he looks like. He's a freak. He should have been paul. He was good looking at me into politics. jfk junior. Yeah lawyer something. Yeah and and i and yeah. He has george magazine to like but he has feels like a tv actor q. Apparently as well i hear. He's like he's cute. That's the whole story is and the guy really to some guy. Looks nothing like it shows up a queue heads and everyone's convinced gmt. junior faked. His death than i'll say you were you. I thought you were saying retroactively. It has come out that he was q. As in lgbtq you no no cunanan. Yeah right right right. I was like wow really okay. Well you never know whatever your kitchen me. I feel like jfk junior. Jackie you're kinda equally yoked look wise. He's just a big acoholic face to me. This is somebody. you don't know anything. I bet he drinks. So i don hideous unattractive i get i get i get like not you know not all that all that and why but it just really ears at har that. But that's right but that's fine but she was just for the record though she was considered instill is by many considered to be not only attractive. But this style stylish. She brought this okay. That was that was part of it. Also you know that she had that sort of swag about her or whatever but You know and it went well with the whole camelot. Mythology that they tried to create around the kennedys in general and Yeah so anyway. But i agree that i think. What's his name was miscast as as as what's his name and Yeah and maybe. I don't remember those. Maybe i was thinking of tapping out to and that's why i don't remember those episodes so much but We're just saw emotionally manipulated. It wasn't just that one but there was a stretch of them where Which philip and charles. Having parallel school experiences and only longing looks of philip and charles camera being lonely and i get it this parallels and differences. Okay enough What i think. I know what you're talking about vida. There was a viral thread. That was going about where people calling Jackie o ugly and get this picture to. They've found the worst pictures like pose. I literally with her mouth. Open your google jackie kennedy. This was the first one one of the first ones that came up..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed
"To add. Bald heads the glasses keep going keep going no but i do think glasses on anyone just it just looks so i even have fake glasses. Don't wear them now. But when i was younger. I have pictures and videos of wearing fake glasses. Very stylish not finalised. Okay i like. I was and i had two glasses style without necessarily needing lindy's that were prescription or any have like twenty three. But how dare you but glass twenty vision anyway. I just put a picture of the group chat. You can share. It didn't know you could share. Oh wow wait audio entertainment alone. Making these glasses for a while to people that he's a writer glasses and he growth hormone. That's that's that's looking rocking now. That's i right on a stretch of episodes in season two. That really almost made me tap out. It was the it was the one that with the Jackie kennedy which. I just thought both the candies are horribly. Cast and everything. These are kind of hipster glasses. It makes it even look even weirder that What's the loans wearing. It took that long for it to open up. I was gonna say you just went back to the to the he that long to pop up But yes he's probably. All of our annual salaries put together. Sorry go ahead. i'm sitting here. I'm trying to remember. Because i did not go back and rework saw otherwise dexter playing jfk. Michael all been the guy that plays dexter that plays jfk. Junior and senior. Real question is i don't know who he was playing real question. 'cause i i. I don't know i'm only going from now. Apple talk about it. Now was jackie kennedy really considered fashionable. But what she considered like a hot chick. 'cause i will tell you have a hitch. I thought she was ugly. I hate to say. I thought about dead people for i never even as a little kid i was like. She has the funniest looking face. What what am i missing. She has her hair nights. There is the threat there. A read on twitter that went viral about her being ugly. My god i don't get it. I don't see it i don't see it at all. I will say this. For first. Of all i disagree but but i'm looking at what but here's the thing think about. It's not weird thing it did. There's somebody i wish i remember. It was a great thing about it in politics but politics think about all the people who are considered.
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on Lovett or Leave It
"Truly you say the word two thousand nine. I remember the excitement of while jane lynch is wearing a tracksuit i remember the era. Yeah I feel as though this promotional opportunity was created by some kind of a norse trickster god because they premiered if i remember glee the show glee about a bunch of singing kids At what i think was an all gay highschool. I know that it's not right. Was after the super bowl. If i remember i believe glee premiered after the super bowl is one episode and i saw it. I was like is this show. Is this a one time thing. Are they making more of these. Are they going to sing every week. And the answer was yes right and i was in at the time it was. It was a very high concept about a group of fourteen year. Olds who are excited about journey was mind blowing at the time only one network we're streaming platforms nominated for outstanding period costumes this year. What was it a name as many of the five nominated shows as you can okay so whereas all the period stuff happening right now. I am going to go with netflix. And it's got to be the crown yup going back in time. Jesus christ costume design I'm thinking gimme a second. I'm toiling tapping doors open. What is old. Is kate blanchett. Anything no Visiting moving down a little a little tube now. It is moving into a new room. And it's like what's in here. What can of costumes am my looking around here. I have no idea sorry. I hope you get a couple more because it such good Such good filler Bridgeton halston the queen's gambit ratchet yes Who is the only first lady to receive an emmy and which first lady was nominated for an emmy but did not win. I believe won. An emmy is jackie kennedy. Giving a tour of her garden or something or no the white house the white house tour and which first lady was nominated for an emmy. I assume it was not malania trump for her posting mad tv. I'm gonna go with. Oh it's gotta be michelle obama. It was for millions street. She was nominated for that. Wow for jackie kennedy. It was a special academy of television arts and sciences. Trustees emmy but i it was because you gave that tour right i. Here's an impression of that tour. I don't know how good it is anymore. I've done a long time and it's what we have here is a chair. And it's a lovely chan. Jack loves to sit in read and and the children sit around the chain over. Here's a piano piano piano. Baheen love the piano is it's lost and i've lost a completely. It's also ten percent. Michael jackson dry fi. Who is the only performed a date who has been nominated for playing the same role in three different television shows. I believe that is kelsey grammer. Yeah they are frazier cheers. Yeah this is the an this right now. It's much more recent to hint. Take frazier. Yeah make them a little more accessible and we're not doing psychiatry were fixing planes a wings. That's yes wonderful crystal bernard we love to spend time in this room. This is where we sit and we folks and the children like to play truly when you say the word children it. So michael jackson truly. I have to say one thing about michael jackson. Which is. I'm obsessed currently with his interview..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"The three of us sit down and share ideas about using music to help defuse challenging moments and build core emotion regulation skills kristin asked me some parenting questions about the tricky situations in her home and jackie reflects on how writing songs for this show helped heal parts of her own childhood with all of that in mind. Let's jump in. Hi kristen. hi jackie kennedy. I'm really excited to be talking with you all. I know we're gonna ask you all the questions. I don't want you to ask us any questions. I want to ask you all good in rolex on so i'm like i'm an avid reader of anything about brain science or psychology or parenting. Have gone through. I mean literally all of them like body keeps the score danish way of parenting nurture shock like letting of his skin neat. Like everything in iowa. I just wanna know first question. Am i doing it right. That is the question. Everyone is asking themselves all the time. So much of what i think about with parenting is what goes on inside our bodies you know what what what do we see in our kids that trigger something us and whether we have kids or we're thinking about our relationship with ourselves or with important people in our lives. It's all the same principles. So i'm not to project well right our kids i often think and i i have three kids who have big personalities all of them they really show us so much of what's unhealed in our own from our own childhoods right still kind of lives in us so especially in their in their tricky moments right a whole world. I always feel. I kind of happens for us. I'm so excited to talk about how this even relate to your show because one of the probably most popular videos on my instagram actually has to do with when our kids are in really tricky moments. How everyone's like. Well what do i say. What do i do. And they feel are tone and are kind of connection and even they feel song way before they process words that we have to get their body back to a place of feeling safe. So i i always end up making up songs with my own kids and that idea for parents have. Oh i don't need to get the script right but maybe even song can help me. Regulate itself is is so powerful knocking off out there. I mean that was the impetus for this show is knowing how important music is. It's the reason why we all know. What baby mozart is. Why they say oh. Put it on your belly. It in music changes. Your brain can put you in a different mood. It can grow the neuro plasticity of your brain like there are studies that tell us that kids get better at math than that. Their social skills when they're exposed to music music education the goal. Jackie had this idea with our friend. Michael they brought it over to my living room as a guinea pig. Tester for my kids. Like hey. They looked at my little girl. They were like you like these images. You respond to these songs. And i said what are you doing. They were like well. We're trying to develop a kids show because music. Education is being cut in all public schools right now and my kids go to public school and i was like i. I want them to get as much music education as possible. Because i wouldn't be here without a music. Education sincerely would not have become an actor. It's how i discovered acting. And i have such a profound respect for it and developing the show. It's jackie labels it a sneak. Teach which i love that term. It's an original animated series in. It's it's entertaining but it's also teaching your kids music theory and emotional lesson a musical genre. All in one and like some of my greatest mom moments are when like my kids are begging us. My phone and i need to succumb to that. But i've found a puzzle game where they have to spell and i handed to them with like a sly smile face knowing they're getting educated and the apps that go along with dorian me will be that because they will be able to make music and they will be growing their brains which is really important and i talked to my kids on a daily basis. About how mu. I talked to them on a daily basis about regulation in general about how our bodies need to regulate and about how music can regulate us in. We actually two days ago just built on actual physical toolbox. Because one thing that 'cause i love like science and brain reading end ends parenting reading. And i talked to them a lot about their tools like when they're upset what can you use. What do you want to pull out of your toolbox right now. You've got a hundred things in your toolbox. You gotta take a deep breath. Got an ask an adult. You gotta take a walk around the yard. You gotta take get a glass of water. You got cuddle a dog you got look up at the clouds and find a shape. You've got hundreds of tools a my six year old said wouldn't it be great if we had a real toolbox obviously immediately order real toolboxes in their many and i use as a buy in. I used a bunch of stickers. And i had them decorate the toolbox and then i wrote them all out on note cards like a hundred of them and i was like any of these that you wanna put in your toolbox. You put in there in case you need to locate them and one of them was put on a song you love and sing out loud beautiful. Yeah so powerful. I'm curious if you're open to it. I love to hear about kind of like a real life. Difficult moment in terms of using those tools or how song comes up with your kids. Yeah i mean. I have one child that is fairly introverted. She you know what's weird is i noticed. I was an introvert at thirty seven. And i have been pretending to be an extrovert but all the tests of like do you feel filled up after you go to a party. Or do you feel drained. I was like oh my god. I am the most outgoing introvert. I know but i really need retreat time. I need it and with my closest group of friends. i actually have like code. Where if we're sitting at a table of six or eight like our pod. And i'm three hours into the night and they still wanna hang on. I'm cashed. I will go in the other room and do a puzzle and be in my own head and they know i'm cool like we have like. They know that about you. My oldest daughter is fairly introverted and needs a lot of alone time but doesn't know how to ask for it because she liked me is wants to please as well and one thing we've done that i think is helping though i would love any other tips is we got her a little like ipod touch and loaded her favorite music on it so she has the ability to close out everything as one of her tools if she needs and she doesn't do it like at the dinner table it's not a It's not a chance to ignore. Its when she's feeling in a heightened state she can choose the song two months to regulate to and go upstairs showed us be sitting on her bad and listening for twenty minutes yet. So tricky tricky. I feel like when you know when you're describing that i think about i've two sons and.
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on The Big Picture
"For this if anyone would like to show me spencer. Today i'm available after like three pm. But i. i'm i'm curious. I thought the trailer was definitely compelling. It owes a lot to jackie. Or it definitely reminds everybody. Jackie which is the blurring bio-pic it is a bio-pic it definitely takes. Some has ideas about jackie kennedy if it has the same ideas about princess diana jackie kennedy. I'm i don't know how fulfilling that will be on the other hand. It will definitely be a contrast to the crown. Witches uses words. First of all it's written by peter. More who's a playwright first and foremost so it'll be interesting to compare and contrast. I think it's hard to go up against the crown is what does that so one. I'm a huge fan of pablo. Lorraine i was a big fan of jackie I think he's a really gifted filmmaker. He does tend to take some kind of creative liberties with the lives of these. Very complicated and well-known figures in some of these movies made the the the roster of people that are working on. This movie though is pretty exciting. So it's written by stephen knight who i would say has pretty hit or miss drag record as a screenwriter. He has written great movies like eastern promises and lock. He's written not so great movies like Locked down the anne hathaway to as you try to do a heist inherits during what okay. How about how about this serenity. Matthew mcconaughey movie from twitter terrible. Yeah okay not successful film however also working on this movie klamath in the cinematographer who shot portrait of a lady on fire. Who wants incredible dp and doing the scores jonny greenwood. The great jonny greenwood from radiohead. So you know i. I'm very hopeful for this movie Obviously this is not necessarily my favorite type of film but with this roster of people and i thought it was interesting that they sort of would you think of the choice to withhold hearing kristen stewart. Try the accent until the very last shot of the trailer smart but also read maybe not a red flag but you wonder i princess and had a very specific and strange voice and because of the nature of royalty especially when she was alive. You didn't hear it that often and so when you actually do hear her speak. It's quite distinctive and.
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Makes me think i might be the astle that girl that woman get a new job you grossly misread the situation Real quick before we go about this voicemails. I just wanna give a shout out to this woman in maryland for back in july. Who furthered my my I've had a long running blog theory. That platonic roommates over the age of forty always ends in death here and this might be the craziest one yet Maryland woman charged with killing her ninety two year. Old housemate. how old you think she was. Fifty six twenty six years old twenty. Six year girl had a ninety two year old woman as a roommates. Just jackie killed turkish woman. You could've been you julia. Birch allegedly twice admitted to police that she killed nancy and frankel. Nancy and frankel is the most old lady named surviving holocaust. Rank survive evidence when six year. Old roommate look at his old. Not poor bitches got murdered. Grow jewish just regular jewish name. Birch move did with frankel several months ago. Yeah okay. that's the cowboys. There was something that made the connection. Burch moved in with frankel sev several months ago in what the victim's family considered to be a mutually beneficial living. Jackie kennedy test in what world is being a twenty six year old. Is it mutually beneficial as beneficial. Happy ninety two year. Old fucking roommate. He gave her social security money. And i love this. I love this mutually beneficial with. What's the what's it goes in patty. Nancy nancy frankel bills eight. The one who killed julia. Julia bill straight who was frankel. Sixty six year old son-in-law said even in our wildest imagination no one could have ever ever ever thought this could possibly happen. Yeah fuck it hold. So if there's even one person. When julius moving in with ninety two year old grandma who has even in their wildest imagination go what julia murders graham. Then i think we should call the whole big. There's one person. Has that thought. I think in your your wife's imagine you just don't have a good imagination because twenty six year old needs some of my grandmother. She's very probably. That's yeah that's actually. That's my whole theory right there. Platonic roommates always indepth Found her body Hausa killer trying to find she was a longtime family friend and an award winning sculptor ooh found the body suffocated suffocated her pillow. Over the face. Us probably like snoring at night how suffocate in the ninety six year old woman. Well that's me. Yeah it's like she just died or sleeping someone shows up. And you were like you. Know like julia. Birch has no game. She just cracked under the pressure immediately. Ninety-six diner sleep. She's ninety six. We'll be able to do they die all right. Let's get to our voicemails. Then we got our interview with bert. Also after burt. We've got an interview with chef donnie. Who's fighting in rough and rowdy. If you want to throw throw some hands get in shape. Maybe potentially fighting your own roughened rowdy boxing match or get your own celebrity boxing match. Go and you want to jake. Paul this shit you wanna get better get in shape and learn how to throw some some some punches. You gotta get lightboxes. It's the number one at home. Boxing equipment company..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"We're not my passion in life. So i just always loved not glamour. I didn't love glamour. But i just loved ways to better yourself whether it's through diet even back then or certainly with makeup but i used to watch my mom and it was the seventies and so my mother was twenty when i was born so when i she was always twenty years older than me so when i was ten she was thirty and still incredibly glamorous and she pretty much channeled anyone from share to jackie kennedy and she just always had this amazing beauty and perfection about her. I could never compete with that. So i never tried. I always felt so silly when i would do my makeup like she did. So i did it my way into bobby. I don't wanna be pandering. I have been accused at the certainly in the early years of this podcast for funding for my guests. But i do have to say you really beautiful. I don't you come know this like zero and that you thought you be pr. You're really a beautiful woman wear. That's coming from well. Thank you but you know i'm realistic. And i kind of have a sense of humor about it and coming from the suburbs of chicago. I wasn't like my friends that were the cheerleaders wasn't like my friends. That were the student council. I i was in the popular group. But i couldn't really figure out where i belonged. I was kind of and i still. I am chameleon. I would go with one group and i'd fit in then i'd go with another group and you know i've always been a sponge which has served me well in my adult life. But when you're growing up you get insecure and you know i was the shortest one. I've always had a watch every morsel in my mouth. Or i could definitely be you know a very heavy girl at five foot tall. So we are contemporaries we. We grew up at exactly the same time. Our mothers are also twenty years older than both of us. So i have to ask. Was there ever a time when you were green eye shadow. I never wore green show. But i did wear lavender and a little bit of pale blue because i remember on the bus. I would bring this yardley pallet. I had and just put a very small amount close to my lashes. I guess my mother didn't want me to wear makeup at school. So i did it on the bus. I also was not allowed to wear makeup. But i was so desperate. I also brought makeup and nail polish to school and put on the nail polish in the morning and took it off. Before i went home but i were read so it was really hard. Cuticle how did you wear your hair back in the seventies. Oh i have been wearing my hair. The exact same way parted in the middle dark long and whether that's alley mcgraw alley. I still do that. You know people always say where you part your hair. I'm like in the middle and my hair which looked stark. Now is actually a one hundred percent white. I always thought when. I may be turned sixty now that i'm sixty four. I'm like seventy..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on RUN GPG Podcast
"I get up around five thirty six o'clock every day early. It's really nice mom. I have a lot to do. It's not just a job. I've gotta make sure my kids get to school. You know there's food in the morning and night so you know. I'm i'm ceo at work. And i'm chief of the house at home yet. It's miracle morning for advertising agency. I'm proud of you barbara. What do you do for fun. I love to cook. I love to travel. And i love. I love running. So i'm a runner too. I run exactly exactly seven kilometers every morning. Exactly that's not. yeah. I got this one loop anyways. It's not it's not about me it's about you. Here's a question. This one really makes you think. I love this question. And you'd be from the answers. We get from our guests. If you could have dinner with any three people in history pastor present who would they be and why. Gosh that is hard question Any three people in history. Okay number one. Jackie kennedy i. I really think she was a cool eighty. I think she was a smart woman. And i think she set a lot of trends and she was extremely diverse in her thinking. And there's i like learning about her. So i think she'd be really co- person have dinner with a did get to meet her once in my life but i didn't get to have dinner with her. I just wow. That'd be one person. Yeah i think. I would probably like to meet robert frost for dinner. I like his poetry. I'd like to understand. Why inspired him. That would be interesting. You know i especially love the poem about the. The paf lease traveled because i tend to take that path. So it'd be fun to have dinner and talk about. How did you write that and why And then three guests lizl. That was probably the most eclectic mix.
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"The story will come up on the Washington Post website And I'm not. You know, I'm not hawking my wares. You know, the story is out there already, but But I I think that I think that people would find that in many other passages in the story. Very, very moving, Which is really what right on it and very surprising. I mean, very, very surprised. One would know about Out that they need is a tie for Robert Kennedy. He was going to be buried in his dark blue suit and white shirt that John Glenn had actually taken from his room at the hotel that they couldn't find a neckties. So Andy Williams The one he was putting on for a party when Kennedy had been shocked. That was the one they found. Yeah, that you know, That's just another of those little vignettes that you pick up as a reporter. I mean, how how precious is that? You know, just this one lines in the piece, but it's you know, but it's such a human touch. That John Glenn had to find the necktie to put on Robert Kennedy to be buried in and that Andy Williams supplied it, You know, I mean, that's you always feel as I wrote about punishment when Jackie Kennedy boarded from the rear of the plane, but wouldn't get on the plane until they could really guarantee her. This wasn't the jet that took her and her husband back from Dallas. Yeah, that's right. She needed the assurance that though it was therefore Swon, there are three. There are three air force ones. And this was not the one that she had written back from Dallas and the bloodstained dress. Who could blame her for not wanting to get on that plane again? Well, it's an amazing.
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Look at Jackie Kennedy. Isn't she thrilled to see a famous celebrity singing Happy birthday to her husband? It's not his birthday ways. But there's not for 10 days, Okay? It was a get together, and I guess she was going to give him something else on his actual birthday. She gave him something else on his birthdays. Right? Exactly. Yeah. Now there's a Giants. Sculpture of her as a 26 ft tall, stainless steel aluminum sculpture of Maryland. Monroe called Forever Maryland. And I guess some people don't like it there, apparently. And where is it? Palm Springs? But isn't that the kind of thing that And that seemed like the kind of thing they do in Palm Springs. It kind of does for those that don't know Palm Springs his way east of L. A. Now the desert kind of out in the desert. It was kind of a playground for the Hollywood celebrities back in the day. And what would they do? They're like casinos and stuff like that, or well, I don't really know I've never been. I have friends that go there, but they're not Hollywood celebrities, but they would play golf. And lay out by the pool that said they could play. They don't know what else they did. I'm sure they probably took their their mistresses out there while their wives were back home where you could do that in Houston, so it's a great could do that in L a big deal. I don't know. I always thought it was like a casino town or something. But I guess there's no casinos are nothing I'm aware of. I've never been to Palm Springs. Vintage boutiques, interior design shops and restaurants. And things were different then. Yeah, I guess that was a lot of fun back in the sixties. You know, that was that was getting out of town. We're gonna do some wild boutique ng on the sixties there. Vegas was a little different back in the sixties, too. Yeah, well, you know this Couple has been married for 73 years. They probably remember those days. I'm sure Margaret Louise Baldwin. Bigler 97 has not seen her husband of 73 years. Joseph Andrew Bigler 96. Said she was admitted to long term harm Our village care center in chess. Wick, Pennsylvania, April 7th 2020 last year felt she was a gone ER Yeah, her husband dies, remained an independent living and he can't see her. She can't see him because of pandemic rules. Well, now they finally seen each other again. It's a gift. It's a blessing. Do they still care? You know, they do seem like they're pretty happy, OK, 73 years of marriage. I mean, that's crazy. That's just crazy yellow. Could you imagine? Well, maybe Billy had cut. He's probably got underwear that old but nobody else probably. You know, it's such a long time to be married to someone. 73 years. That's a long time. Do you think what is going on down here? Oh, yeah. Somebody must have been crawling around underneath this consul yesterday, messing with cables or something. There's a wire loose down here that I did not allow to be loose before. Oh, yeah. You probably don't in my leg got tangled up in it, and I jerked a warrant or something. Probably things still working. Yeah, Everything's working. Probably don't want to pull on the wires under the council. That's what I would tell whoever clowned around under there yesterday to whoever that was whoever that person was that was messing with the equipment. Here yesterday. I hope that person learned his her or gender neutrals lesson. Maybe they'll get knocked upside the head. Oops. Upside that. Didn't you say earlier this morning that you was gonna start getting into the US fleet? Yeah, I want to start watching more. You have secrets. You need to start watching the matches, you know, learning something about who the contenders are. Do you already know who Derek Lewis is? Yeah, but I couldn't tell you a lot about him. I know. He's a UFC fighter. Derek Lewis is a big, scary brother. He's a big man, and he is Contender for the heavyweight crown. You stole your about away Derek Lewis, Or I don't know when this happened. Just see if it's safe right here where it happened, anyway, he shared a little video and some insight on his instagram account as the Houston police was placing a man under arrest. Nice. What got those man in trouble? Was he tried to Jack Derek Lewis's car? Oh, I don't advise that This is like there, except he picked the wrong car to break into. Uh, he shares the record for the most knockouts in UFC history about away and he said yesterday that he had to take the law into his own hands because a man was trying to break into his truck. And so he knocked him out. Judy looks past got scratched up his truck. He just knocked him out. That's it. Yeah. Look what he does what he does he knock people out for a living. Did you see what he did to his truck here in the video, He shows the side of the truck. It's all scratched up. If I was Derek Lewis, I would've beat the snow did well, it didn't take long. Look at that, man. That's it. That's him crying, trying to crawl boys way into this brother's truck. He said. Mofo picked the wrong or maybe the right call to break into, but he just want you to know. He's okay. Oh, that's good. I'm glad he just knocked him out. OK, and then waited for the cops to come. And the cops died some kind of a rag around his head because he probably like, you know, hurting, but that's kind of a look. Anyway, isn't what it is. Yeah, that's a fashion statement. There was no way he got the rag around his head and they went ahead and dropped him off. You know, down to the police station, so they take him down to the police station. I got to imagine odds are A lot of guys in jail. Probably heard it. Derek Lewis before the picture. He posted a picture of his fist. Oh, yeah. Wells Fist looks fine. You couldn't even tell it hit anybody with it. And education, not understanding. What kind of guy Derek Lewis is. His nickname is the Beast. The beast, baby. You didn't go home and sort yourself out. Walton and Johnson. Okay, we get it. You don't want to be hearing a progressive commercial right now. So let us tell you something You do want to hear. You are powerful. You were warrior who bathes in your enemies, tears Then you step out of that. Refreshing to your bath and into a bathroom that somehow looks good on you. Yeah..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on WBUR
"But the UM Asian Community Development center still runs it, and it's curated by an amazing Ah, like historian of both film and martial arts. So their kung fu films and you bring a folding chair and everybody eats like take out food while they watch the films and scream along and You know, like clap for the heroes. It's It's a completely unique way to see a film. It sounds fantastic and so communal. And isn't that remarkable that we've been so separated now for more than a year, and we're beginning to be able to think about having some of these communal Experiences again. Let's go back to the phones here, 1 804 to 38255, and he's calling on D You're calling from Boston Harbor area yourself. Tell us what's that you want to share? There are two places one is outside of Boston. It's in Rockport. It's the paper house. The entire house, which was built, I think around 1920 or so was made by rolled and shall act paper. The owner of the house was an engineer. If everything is made out of paper, including the piano, the grandfather clock all the furniture inside the exterior. Everything is made out of paper, and the house is still there. It was closed during the pandemic, but I mean, I went there as a kid with my parents, and I bring friends there all the time when they come to the Senate is Rockport. That's in Rockford's on Pigeon Cove in Rockport. I've been called Road on the second one is the Vilna Shul, which is the oldest still standing synagogue in the city of Boston. It's right on Phillip Street and Beacon Hill, and it's part museum and part working synagogue Still Um, So, uh, but it's on this residential street in this beautiful neighborhood, and it's just a little tucked away. But it's a gem and the museum part of it tells the whole history of the West End. Look at one time had as many of 40 synagogues in it. And the Bill Movieland one still standing. Thanks for those Andy. Those are hidden gems is well, Andy. Thanks for the call. I'm gonna grab another call here from Sarah and Jamaica Plain because it has to do with the Parker house. Sarah, go ahead. Sarah, you cannot, But yeah. Can you hear me? Okay. Now I can't go ahead. Okay? Yeah, This may have been mentioned already because I came late into the story. But maybe not When you're talking about the Parker house, But, um, there's also in the dining room. Um, I don't know if it's haunted or not, but I don't think they let people sit there. Corner table where JFK actually proposed to Jackie. Um, can who became Jackie Kennedy? And that's where he Ah, that's where he proposed to her. All right. Thanks, Sarah..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I'll tell you Next time we're on the air, but it all came down to discipline. If I was a Navy seal, and you said to me, Mr Navy Seal, you have to lose £21. Marc Webb Bridges did it the way a Navy seal would do with discipline. No giving up. No cookies. No, nothing. I did it. Because of it. I feel better about myself, but that's not what did it I was watching the movie. The curious case of Benjamin Button. Is that the title the one with Brad Pitt? Yeah, it's a great movie in its own way. And Brad Pitt. Oh my gosh. Is there ever been a better looking guy than Brad Pitt? There's a scene where he's been out on a sailboat and he comes back and he goes to visit his old home and he shows up. He's wearing khaki pants. White T shirt, a soft yellow sweater and a tan jacket and he shows up and that looked extraordinary. And I got to tell you for the next two days. I'm chasing down yellow sweaters. It took me three to get it right. But I finally got a yellow sweater. I like, Let me get this straight. You wanted to buy this sweater? Look in the mirror. And you thought you were gonna look like Brad Pitt and be like nailed it? Well, unfortunately, what happens is is when you look in the mirror, it still may but I did appreciate the look and when I am into fashion I appreciate one on I'm seeing and he looked great, and I'm not gonna look like him. But I really liked it and That's what was on my mind. Now I am prepared to talk perhaps later about how to make you. Ah, perfect dresser and a few simple tips, But I don't want to go there right now. Okay? I promised. Maybe I promised maybe what a promise That is. I can get you straight. But I'm happy. I hope you're happy. And I want to talk about getting back to life. But now what got me on this? I'll go back to what I said before I'm scrolling through the flipboard app. I like that up. I get a lot of news from there, and I see that Netflix Get a miniseries on Holsten. I haven't heard that name in such a long while. I haven't thought about him in such a long world and I've worked with Holsten. Wait a second. The whole Austin you worked with him. I did. Wow. What was that? Like? Well, I'm gonna tell you the story, but He was a regal man. He was six ft and change. Incredibly good looking. And he to me. I felt like an amateur standing next to him and dealing with him. He was bigger than life. He got his fame originally from being involved with Jackie Kennedy, the hat she wore to the Kennedy inauguration he designed for her, So by the time I met him, he was bigger than life and I did. I felt like an amateur. I was very young. I wasn't even a vice president yet. And I hadn't perfected who I was certainly looks wise. I mean, I always looked OK, but my outfits I just Was standing and meeting a legend and having to present to him ideas and you know what? Let's take a break and I'll come back and I'll talk about the miniseries and I'll tell you my story with Holson. After all, I said I wanted to talk about fashion tonight. Back in a minute, Always in fashion thistles, Mark Webber. I remember so clearly when Donna Karen hit the scene. It was explosive. She was one of the most dynamic designers in the history of the world, and how product was very, very different for anything anyone in America had ever seen. She was modern. She was New York. She was vibrant. When you look at the business in those days, there are companies like Ralph Polo or Tommy Hilfiger on Orica great traditional American brands, but no one identified modern. You wanted modern, You have to find George Armani. Black was the basis of his presentation and everything about it had a European chic to it, but not in America until Donna came Donald was a New York life resident. Understood the pace of the city. Understood what it was like to live in the city that never sleeps. That goes 24 7. Donna invented DK and y Donna Karen, New York. I'll never forget the first time I saw it. I was in London and they had built a magnificent four Flory store and a building with an open roof. A glass ceiling glass ceiling, I suppose, representing, we're changing the way things are done. DK and why was frankly nothing short of extraordinary. Both men and both for women. Black was the basis of the brand, although there many colors played off the palate. And they all look good against black. Let's face it. We live active lifestyles. We get up in the morning. We do different things. We work we play. Evenings is about entertaining and seeing the best in New York has too often he came. Why Officer collection immense wearing women's wear, but footwear, accessories, suits, shirts, ties. Women's sports were women's activewear that speaks to the lifestyle that goes with you wherever you want to go, and it's always modern. It's always contemporary. It's always at the forefront of what fashion should be. With the New York lifestyle in mind. I've lived the life. I was the chairman and CEO Donna Karen. I understood what that brand man and I can tell you. If you want to step out. You want to walk away from your traditional routes? If you want to be modern, you want to make a statement of elegance but in the New York kind of way with sophistication Of New York. As a person who understands all the city has to offer and all the modern lifestyle in America is about you find it everywhere. People are forcing themselves urging themselves. They get out and be special and live this lifestyle. He can. Why? You can find decay. And why that he can y dot com or in Macy's. I'm telling you guys, and I'm telling you, ladies You could look chic. You could look special. You look right. D can white welcome back toe always in fashion. Here's your host Mark Webber. Are you proud of thinking? That is crazy. 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"jackie kennedy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Up on social Media, Gamble capital and thin Check out anything and everything we've got, like our Monday larger than live, which airs at seven o'clock yet, and that's looking pretty snazzy in our new studio. How about that? Lots of great updated effects and things almost like we're in danger of knowing what we're doing. Maybe now Twitter account everything. Gamble Capital and Finn. All of it, Instagram all of it. You like when I wrote on that today? I was kind of clever. Wasn't it? On the on the Twitter Twitter? Yeah. You were killing it. You're crushing Woz. There's a lot I use a lot of words for tonight. I think, right keywords for the shot that that's how I think that we're gonna do every week is give you key words that for the show that's the well before we get into Ah, a different topic. Good news today that it's not really this isn't revelation ery because it was already out, but All of the game times for the major league baseball season, including the Red Legs announced, including April 1 still on track for opening day for 11th pitch against the sense of Thursday. Against the ST Louis Cardinals. It's a good thing. I'm losing my voice. And then they was home games an away game time because I knew we were. We had a home game. The home game times that is accurate. The away games by the way, I'm losing my voice because I had to do a bunch of zoom cold. Another one. My favorite thing is standing, but nonetheless, yes. So it looks like for now, anyway. Spring training. I believe it's next Friday. Reporting, And then the workouts will begin. Not long thereafter. So on course to begin on schedule, which is a good deal, even recruiting for workers for the ballpark, So it is a very, very hopeful time, and I don't know this for a fact. But if you're somebody who's off, then thought about maybe being part of like the game day crew for the Reds take a look at this because I'm gassing. Maybe some of those because they didn't they didn't exist last summer, So maybe some of those who would help those positions won't be able Apply for him again. That's not the case. But you know what? I mean, if you're looking to get in. Well, maybe this is your opportunity. And still, even with limited fans, they're gonna be fewer. So there'll be a war workers in every department. Okay, What theory? I think they're trying to. You know, I've heard varying reports about what they're going to ask for and hopefully as the season progresses, and things begin to open up. They'll get more people. Don't forget Fred. The curfew has been lifted. Now. I feel so much better now. Yeah, well, it hasn't, Ohio it hasn't in northern Kentucky. Actually, Theo says the bars and restaurants are allowed to But being the whipping boy for this entire thing also kind of cool to see this tip challenge between Xavier and you see fans going crazy, and there's a new one. Now that Isa Chad Brendel and Ah, nobody have started and it's over. $25,000 and the money's gonna be split between the Holy Grail and I want to say Dana Gardens, and they're splitting the big Xavier. So their that's their splitting school. Whatever money is raised, it's only been going on for, like 36 48 hours. Pretty incredible The way people do respond to things like that. Good. Good for those biggest tip I've seen so far. Is that right out by me, actually in this park At the Birch Somebody tipped over $4000. Wow. Within the last day that said that there was a savior fan. So there you go. There you go. There you go. That's all right. So a passing of someone? Yeah. Larry Flynt, who has always been associated with Cincinnati, and you and I were talking about the software, which is interesting because he was born in a little town in Kentucky started. His first place is bought his mom's place. I've been Dayton. But really kind of made his bones here in Cincinnati, literally and figuratively. Because of the fight was Simon. Least that really is what anchors him and the brand. Here in Cincinnati. There was a period of time when he came out with a book and I we were working a TBN and he came in and visited a number of times and we had a chance to spend time with them. And I would say he's the guy that I will always remember. Fought like hell. On behalf of people who didn't know he was fighting for them and hated his guts. You know, I'm saying as far as free speech and the ability to protect yourself from libel or slander, different things, and he really he took that mantle on and he was relentlessly up until his very last day he had the brand make sure that it stood. For that. And, um he came in the studio comes out the gold wheelchair in the whole thing. And, um, but I never found him to be Ah, horrible person. You know that's funny, actually wanted him to be a terrible person. Curtis Fuller on News five did a story tonight about about Larry Flynn, and it was interest showed up clip from an old interview and said. You know, part of the piece was few realized that he really he wasn't even really into the products that that he was promoting. I mean, in literally in the interview, he said. Maybe have watched one. Movie in my life, and he said, I don't have time for it, and honestly, I really don't have the interest in it. I mean, think about that again. Kind of your point. You would think that somebody who's in that industry operating clubs, magazines, videos etcetera would totally be all about Antonia Fred. There's there's a show on. I want to say it's on Netflix, but it's Basically serious about Hugh Hefner. I mean, those guys, I mean, they lived a life where they surrounded themselves with plenty of access. I mean, later his life If you saw the people versus Larry Flynt obviously dramatized. And you know, on played, I think very well by Woody Harrelson and healthy. It was played by Courtney Love huge same thing. But businessmen, first businessman first and Larry knew That in the mid seventies if he released those nude pictures of Jackie Kennedy that that would be The start of it all, and he was right. It was over a million copies sold in it really put him on the map, and they had their ups and their downs. He's had his fight with Jimmy with your other and they've opened competing brands downtown when he reopen the store downtown, But I think now Bob Guccione ease one. He's I don't know that much about him. He's kind of that. Other party and all of this, that he and he seemed more like he wasn't into the lifestyle. More so I would think about. I think most guys when you when they would ever mention Hugh Havner, what would be in your mind? What were the only visuals if you have her you had Playboy mansion, tons of Playboy bunnies here walking around in a row row B. I mean, really right. If you think about it, though, so in the mind off people like you and me If you said man I'd love to be you have no you would love to be that you have, right? Yeah, the cartoon brand right? And you really don't even know what actually goes on. And what's so funny, too, is ah, buddy of mine that I worked in Atlanta with Went worked for Playboy Radio on satellite radio and did broadcasts from the mansion, he said, was just nasty. It was just it was tinier than you would expect. That's why maybe, but it was all illusion, and it was all about the illusion. That's what yes, in the business part of all of that, And I think I think Larry clearly paid a very heavy price down in Gwinnett County. When he was he was shot in Lawrence filled not up, not far from where I lived when I lived down there. But his everything that went on here was Simon lease, and when we come back after the news, I'll I'll tell you the story when when Simon leaves decided to Retire, Not not run again. Remember that county sheriff and I think we were working. What we working over there doing more? Yes, together when he decided I'm like we got to do something with this and we We pitched an idea. They loved the idea. The Hustler Hollywood and he was supposed to come in. To do something to have a party where we're gonna do a party, but he ended up not being able to do it, but I'll tell you what they did do instead. I don't know if I've told you this story, and you did have a great story. It's a beauty. It's what you enjoy this and then and then when when they did the people versus Larry Flynt Movie premiere. They didn't remember the old showcase their lateral. It was done there. And my ex wife worked for the movie company that handled okay publicity their own's group. And she was handling Woody Harrelson okay, and the stories that she day fell asleep on her. During the During brief you She looked over. He was lying around so easily. Are you really surprised? But he was she was back. This was back when he was in his hand face. Did she like him? She said he was okay..
Wilson Jerman, Longtime White House Butler, Dies at 91
"Tributes rolling for a man who worked in the White House sundry eleven different presidents and recently died from covert nineteen Wilson Germans started working at the White House as a cleaner in nineteen fifty seven under president Dwight Eisenhower he retired as an elevator operator under Barack Obama he was promoted to White House Bangalore by John F. Kennedy Jackie Kennedy like German and trusted him with their children Hillary Clinton has tweeted that he made generations of first families feel at home George W. and Laura bush said the German was the first person they thought in the morning when they left the residence in the last they'd see each night Barack and Michelle Obama say they were lucky to have known Wilson German Neolog instinct WTOP known German was