18 Burst results for "Jackie Kennedy"
"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 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 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 All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture
"They'll break down the project into milestones. It's using a more practical way guys. Yeah yeah or definitely with children. They talk about hitting certain miles. What what this age would be appropriate for your child. You know what what this age. So that's another way that it's used so another thing you could say is this is more personal but also it could be used like for example talking about nine eleven so you could say a moment or a day or a year or something. I'll never forget. Yes that is good or you could say this day will go down in the history books we knew you know in the beginning of all these moments other moments. I mean when kennedy was shot. Right if you watch the one on jackie o right. Jackie kennedy that's covered in their so young. Yeah i didn't realize how young she was like thirty one when she was in the white house. I i know. I think kennedy was ten years older than her or something. But you have very young. So when kennedy was shot a big moment so many big moments that that have gone down in the history books. Yeah yeah. I sure or something hit stream making or making history. You could switch it around or a history of making moment you could say or i like the word momentous momentous owe. Oh yes what does momentum. So i'm looking the dictionary right now. It says of a decision and event or a change of great importance or significance in its bearing on the future right. So certain words point to how we're going to look at it in the future right yeah yeah for sure. Yeah so these. Are you know maybe not as eloquent as the airbag expression but you could definitely use a practical way and if we think of others we will let you know but you know use these when you're talking about history whether it's your personal history or or a whole country's history or the world history. I mean lindy. Do you have any we talked about. You know history and general history but do you have any moments in your life that you feel like you'll never forget. Oh my gosh. So many personal life moments or public the terms of history or american. I guess both. I guess you know because it's funny because the world history becomes your personal history. Whatever you relation to it was. Yeah for sure for sure. Well i think i come back to honestly like the big events right i mean maybe i can't remember y two k kind of yeah i remember being. It was nineteen ninety. Nine of course and i was a senior in high school. We were at a house party typical and it was just. It was like twenty of us at a house party and we're not sure what was going to happen when the clock struck midnight. That's kind of a fun one..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"Why don't we slow down and let the immune system relax? I'm afraid of the immune system relaxes all of a sudden something bad will happen. So I keep going on my parents lived to be eighty five and 86 respectively. I my jeans jeans that we get me to 100 that doesn't happen in my family. Probably my jeans are good enough to get to the mid-80s if I don't do something stupid and that's probably my goal. Well, it's I also want to ask you you mentioned your children. They grew up under very different circumstances than did you and I'm curious like took two. How did how did your experience or how did you translate, you know kind of what those things that you took from your own childhood and the motivation perhaps that it gave you and translate that into your your your role as a parent. Well, I Jackie Kennedy famously said that if you mess up raising your children, nothing else in life really matters. I don't know if you're you have children. But if no, it's it's off. The hardest thing in the world to do is raise children that get to be happy and healthy. It's much harder. If you're successful professionally and you're very wealthy very difficult. The people who are the most successful professionally generally off our people came from Modest backgrounds because they have more Drive they're more driven. They didn't have things handed to them. So I recognized as I was getting wealthier than my children might have less drive. So I did not live in ostentatious lifestyle, you know, I did have you know, you know some things and more than one house, but I tried not to flash my money. I tried not to brag about my money. I try not to do things that would embarrass my children about flashing my money or support if I was doing things that I had a lot of money involved. It was usually giving it away so that people would you know know that I was doing something trying to give back to society. My kids would understand that I often believe that the most important thing you can do for your kids is at Educate them well and and dry and give them some motivation. So I I kids are always recognize my view that education is important. They went two very good Schools. They're Highly Educated all three have mbas so you can say he's failed or succeeded. I don't know but they all are in in the business World basically and you know, I've been willing to help them a bit but I'm trying to stay back and not overwhelm them because of my reputation or my money. So I want them to succeed on their own and I think if they do they'll get greater pleasure out of it than ever seen as having succeeded only because of me so but again raising children in a work in a wealthy environment is very difficult. And as we all have noted that children are very wealthy and famous people don't often become so successful themselves are obviously exceptions, but it's more difficult. Yeah, that's very interesting. You've mentioned your passion for philanthropy and the fact that you intend to give most of your money away. I talked a bit about how you've thought about doing so the the areas in which you've invested you and I both live in Washington DC and I certainly have seen birth. And some of the things that you have done that have benefited everything from the repair of the Washington Monument to key World documents that you put on display at various museums in this city, for example, but talk a bit about the philosophy that you've put towards your giving..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on The Big 98
"Okay I mean I think he could be a biography Hey Eddie Daya who wrote a famous diary while hiding from the **** in Amsterdam that would be and Frank wow Rihanna questions here Hey Morgan what building is on the back of the twenty dollar bill the building well there's a White House meeting them buyers they will leave me as I one building in the back of the twenty August again no I al correct bars they build I only have two questions left on this question you're right transferred down yes yes the question is the First Lady refers to the president's wife who was America's first First Lady and in who was America's first First Lady why don't you have I don't have anything right now I'm gonna go to Jackie Kennedy what interests me was one of the way later Eddie I have written down bones of Martha Washington AB Martha Washington if you remain championship maybe the two smartest one question always on your buzz then with your name ironically we always lose the other game when I got the dress we're gonna draft job all right buzz and ready in the three little pigs have you guys heard that yes thanks yes yes what was the strong is house made Eddie Eddie that's that will be the brick correct.
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
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on Q95
"Explains airlines teeth I'm gotten braces for waterjet sense of the word one one one two three about two straight she just got her room according to this test Jackie Kennedy had a three pack a day habit for forty years while I have that photographs of risk from smoking however are extremely rare and I know that yeah that's right William Manchester was writing the death of a president he made a reference to Jackie Kennedy fishing a cigarette from her purse I read that book and I think he said they were Salem's hi I thought they were Salem's do on our new court settlement hearts I think maybe our new poll reporter meant I think they're not at all she did smoke menthol ability wow and used a cigarette holder sometimes there's a couple of photographs over here and ensuring that here's your actual voice this is alright go ahead this is really yeah only about the silverware now let me explain this is the famous this is the payment White House tour and I think it's Charles Collingwood yeah these are just like him to I'm not mistaken this actually aired on more than one of the major network this is a very big big show tour of the White House well obviously they were living there I want to say she didn't get it around Christmas and she was a an art historian but well educated thank you Tom but that when we're done with this we're going to do and Jackie Kennedy when her thumb is hit with a ball peen hammer okay that's coming up one be careful when we today I'm here this is the act of this is Charles Palmer interview interviewing the actual First Lady in nineteen sixty something why was the pre sixty to say three running about the silverware and China.
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on KGO 810
"Successful career in book publishing we salute Jackie Kennedy cumulus media San Francisco celebrates women's history month two in this Sunday from eight AM till nine AM on KGO eight ten A. M. for the purity products show where you'll learn about intelligent nutrition solutions that Sunday from eight AM till nine AM the purity products show on KGO fans try to take part in the envelope was a poor mother had to yell back at this lady what happened in Raleigh mark Titus and Tate Frazier are two basketball die hards talking NBA NC double a and all things sports you don't know anyone yes they don't know anything what is wrong with these guys into that we would say listen and subscribe to Titus and Tate free wherever you get your podcasts for the Westwood One podcast network when the conversation starts three times a day you get to hear Ron Allen yeah once is not enough well maybe the time isn't enough I'm only doing about five minutes but it's a good five minutes and you should listen it's the runaways report sometimes an interview sometimes commentary whatever I feel like doing that's when you working for good company when they say it is your money two five minutes the runaways report it's on KGO radio eleven thirty three thirty and seven thirty or you can just type in rhino inspired cast you'll get a mall there the Ron Owens reports from KGO eight ten thirty thirty sure it's time for Chris mark Warner guy Chris is the segment brought you by express VPN even in incognito mode you know your ISP can see every single website you visit and often their cell at information that's why use ExpressVPN to anonymize my activity protect my data for the best in class encryption S..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The way up to the neal tunnel after that kristen eck frei insurance rotor part pike eastbound heavy and slow one twenty eight to route sixteen david strip lino w._b._z. traffic on the threes on the four day w._b._z. accuweather forecast here's meteorologist dean devore here we're going to heat it up today jeff upper eighties to near ninety the humidity is going to start coming up here later today tonight so combine that it's going to be feeling a little little summary here the next twenty four forty eight hours now tomorrow is gonna feel a pretty warm and humid to a lease them morning in the early part of the afternoon eight thunderstorm line is going to come through during the afternoon early evening could contain some strong and gusty thunderstorms damaging wind gusts maybe some hail and certainly some heavier downpours on the other side of that sunday's just not as good it's going to be in the upper seventies some showers may be a rumble of thunder we get back to some nice who stuff on monday back in the low to mid eighties with mostly sunny skies low humidity so we'll keep an eye on the thunderstorms on saturday especially right here on w._b._z. boston's newsradio all right this morning in boston sunshine sixty eight degrees the summer of fun bach honda the number one honda dealer in sales in new england on the auto mile route one in norway come on down good morning seven twenty five at boston's newsradio look at new england business this morning you got sixty five million dollars lying around what you do well we've got a deal for you then martha's vineyard estate of jackie kennedy onassis is now on the market redgate farm three hundred forty acres large the main living space is about sixty five hundred square feet and perfect for entertaining the property has been maintained by caroline kennedy recently who's been overseeing a renovation all but one room is said to have sweeping ocean views state street is going to be paying close to one hundred million dollars to settle up on federal and state accusations that it overcharged clients for nearly two decades state street i came clean with the practice in two thousand fifteen the settlement includes a fine payable to the s._e._c. and also pay back to its clients amounting to about forty eight million dollars which it has already executed also new details in this investigation today fell federal and state regulators say the company also marked up the cost of sending private messages in a secure network that well exceeded.
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Us with our presence in the studio. We are going to talk about her amazing excellent adventure. She's going to embark upon in a matter of days, but we'll get to her and just a moment because we had this great discussion before it's funny how it came up. We're talking about that famous kissing time swear when the war ended and the guy kissed the nurse and he passed away. I in the picture the guy in the picture. Yeah. So we were talking about the iconic pictures of the twentieth century. We all came up with some pretty good ones. But of course, our listeners have now waiting. Yeah. It's interesting. Well, Ken emailed me. How how could you forget raising the flag eighty with Jima? Absolutely that one out and another one that I think you were going through some photographs, and you mentioned how could we leave this one out when Jack ruby shot Lee Harvey os- yelled police station and also how about the swearing in of Lyndon Johnson on the plane. Jackie Kennedy in the blood stained dress next to him. And then one I show Joe Bartlett, which always gives me a chill chilling. Joe never seen it before member. They picture of the the little kid in the Warsaw ghetto being rounded up by the Nazis and a little kid with his hands in the air is the Nazis are picture. I remember Spielberg movie with the little girl and Schindler's List, but a same kind of thing. But I don't remember the specific photograph. Oh, you got. Well, you got to take a look at it. I mean, I'm sure our listeners is this is this little boy look at Alice, you'll know it right with his mother and the Nazi standing there. About Hanoch photographs the twentieth century. And we also mentioned Ken state, and we mentioned the little girl in the running down naked in Vietnam. The guy with the gun to the head and Vietnam, and you mentioned the Hindenburg and all these pleasant things that have well on a happier note. How 'bout Audrey Hepburn with the long cigarette in her mouth and Salvador Dali with the mustache going up like that? Yeah. That's must be. There must be some iconic entertainment a woman, I just stayed any number of Audrey howler, weddings. Well, of course and Marilyn Monroe with a skirt measure Marilyn Monroe in the skirt and has got to be an Elvis Presley. Sure. And let's not forget the moon landing. My goodness. Let's do the whole twentieth century. Let's let's start with nineteen twenty twenty. Yeah. Email us with your iconic images though the twentieth. So some good ones. These just came up with it the end. Yeah. Very good thinking, all right Alice. So Michael in his teeth says you're just gonna climb a mountain..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Political costs. Also, former manager for the Trump campaign, Paul Manafort may spend the rest of his life imprison special counsel, Robert Mueller's office has filed they have filed papers and court revealing that Manafort could face more than nineteen years behind bars on charges of tax and Bank fraud, they younger sister, a former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis has died Lee Radziwill passed away in her home in Manhattan of natural causes. She was born Caroline Lee movie back in nineteen thirty three four years after her sister. Jackie Lee Radziwill was eighty-five as former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been defrocked found guilty by the Vatican of sex abuse calls are now rising this weekend for pope Francis. Step up and reveal what he knew about the once powerful prelates, apparently decade-long predatory sexual behavior. WBZ TV's Jim Smith talks with a Boston attorney. He represents clergy sex abuse. Victims Garabedian is not impressed by the pope's action against the former cardinal. He calls it spin control. When you have a high ranking official one of the highest ranking officials in the United States and archbishop sexually abusing children. And that tells you how rotten to the core of the problem is the now eighty eight year old McCarrick was accused of sexually abusing a teenager more than fifty years ago and later misconduct with adult seminarians the allegations. Go back to win McCarrick was rising to the top of the American Catholic church. Here's McCarrick in two thousand and two Chris. Wanting to handling of the clergy sex abuse crisis on the right road. Now. I think that we're in something where we can guarantee of the United States that that we're in control. This will never happen again any while the archbishop of.
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Sure. But it rhymes with an it's to the tune of you know, green sleeves always doing elva. Funny thing because it's like, you know, there were always Jewish comics. God knows said like Marx brothers Benny burns Berle everybody. But the idea of someone just way you go that guy is a Jew like the others could have been anything. That's right. But it's like he came out, and it looked like some, you know, Jewish account owned it when Vicky cats, I really, yeah. Doing this doing it before he ever Mickey Katz was a clown. Yes. And Alan Sharon is a satirist. Although I Truman has one of my favorite singing voices like famously. He can't sing. It's great. But it's like a great. It's a great voice. But he he he he was doing something even Nichols. And may we're doing great funny stuff. And you knew if you're Jewish you know, that you know, that mother character is sort of but they weren't used. Zing or Jewish names. You know, he was just like. It was just as a maze. Ing American folk and British and European folk music, but we're now we're gonna take it, and we're gonna put Matsu balls in it. Yeah. And. Sheila. By zelda. She took body and ran Taylor took me years. Now, I'm listening to stuff at the age of ten I'm not even Jewish. So I don't get the the cultural reference. See that's the other thing. Belafonte the same who taught us who played that for us. Also, would we would all saying out of the fire sign book of folksongs, which was this kind of at the time kind of famous compendium of folk songs from around the world. So I know all these folk songs and some of them were the ones that Sherman took. So when I heard, you know, he was he was tramping through the warehouse where the drapes stored. Yes that was like. The best word play. I've ever heard great. So then again, there's a gold standard. He's a good writer too. Yeah. Because it's not easy to do that. I remember the songs on that album. No. It's not it's not easy. And and coming up with the idea of, you know. He aimed in any fired with his he he took careful aim with his trustee revolver that edited Edita I shot and he crumpled just like a piece Halbe. What you have to have firing to go there. I remember it little David SaaS kind. Please shut up. Please don't talk. Please talk me first. Then you talk. And that's that's not clever. Just perfect cadence of Jewish guy saying please shut up, you know, great. And the new said the cultural references to the time. I mean, Jackie Kennedy joke which just go over this Jackie Kennedy joke in my zone. How this no it's in downturn. As this one looks. It's it's address a that's it. See how this looks on me. Just like Jackie Kennedy and just your with the audience house. Go wild. Even like, and then you just expre- she ate, it's great comedies wrong with us that this is what you we were listening to when you were six, and I was. That's right in that time period was like they do the top five shown of the week. And they'd be like the Rolling Stones. And then they'd be Barbra Streisand. Fob Dylan and Frank Sinatra and in the in that would be Allan Sherman. Right. Sure. Sure. I think Ray Stevens doing doing a parody song or Umer song. I mean, I guess the first big Allan Sherman. Hit was Hello Mata Hella fodder. Yeah. Or maybe it was Sarah Jackman because there is there's a there's a story that that one they used to every now and then in the Kennedy in the in in Camelot, you know, you'd hear John Kennedy walking down the hall singing, Sarah Jackman now or something like that. How's your cousin Doris? She's with more feasible your Morris. He's nice to. If you have just to your listeners, just just go online, you got this thing, you got this computer now where you can just hear anything you want. Go to listen to Allan Sherman. It's it's the absolute some of the best stuff ever. And everyone agrees alley yankovic agrees talking about. Yeah. I mean, all of us who write funny songs. I mean, I write all kinds of songs, but funny songs are the hardest to right? That's that's one of the kings of it. And you do love play on words in your in your songwriting, which I which I appreciate thank you..
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"All right, Chuck. How you doing man? I'm pretty good. You are pretty good because we got a good game going on. All right. Chuck to tie the score. Who was the first first lady to be born in the twentieth century. Ooh. So that's an interesting question gets you get your mind around what we're asking get a calculator. She eventually became the first lady. But she was the first one that was born in the twentieth century. So she wasn't the first lady as the century turned don't get that. But. I could see that got it. Let go with. First lady. Our? Jackie kennedy. Jackie kennedy. Yeah. That's interesting. Yeah. That would be Jacquelyn. Hey, tough question. Yeah. That was tough. But there's still plenty of time to rebound as we move on to question. Number three. All right, Mr. Hamada start. Yep. What main presidential hideaway also hosts the annual national dump. We. I just played in for a good reason singles dump national dump week. And this is the only one I can think of Kennebunkport I was writing the check Mark. My goodness gracious. Okay. That's all right. Okay. Still time Chuck we're here. Here we go up already. Your question is this. What sitcom mom said when one of her kids uttered, they were bored. Go play in traffic. That was my mom is that sitcom mom said go play in traffic. Daddy was Roseanne. You what? It's like that. Chuck. Are you a Roseanne fan is that how you got that? I I'm not a fan. Got to give. Yeah. That was very good. Very good. All right Scottie. Okay. Well, this is interesting to what state in the US has sent the most presidents to the White House. Oh, that's a good question. I.
"jackie kennedy" Discussed on WTVN
"Traffic and weather, Joel Riley. Good to have you listening. This morning was a great break, Tom. And I for sure we're off a better part of two weeks and just good to be back and getting things rolling. Again. I see a couple of big time. News specials coming our way saw a little bit. When I was off president, John F Kennedy and first lady, Jackie Kennedy, son, John John pretty much known worldwide from when he was born but his life was plagued with tragedy from early age. He was just shy of his third birthday and sixty three when his father was assassinated, sixty eight his uncle Robert F. Kennedy also assassinated, he grew up a good looking charming famous made a media sensation but fame did not bring him happiness. He struggled to find himself professionally he jumped from law to magazine publishing then on July sixteenth of nineteen ninety nine tragedy. Struck again is John's wife Caroline beset and sister Lauren were killed in a plane crash been about twenty years since that tragic day. So there's going to be an ABC two hour primetime special that is coming up, and then most anybody who's been alive long enough. Will remember the name Lorena Bobbitt, John Wayne Bobbitt? So there's a two hour twenty twenty documentary reporting with new details in that infamous case, and Well, I I don't know any anytime. I hear those names I kind of clench up I kind of you. So I don't know if that's something I would watch can watch. But yeah, there's a little bit of. Stuff about.