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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A high of 64 the valley Sunday, Sonny with a higher on 66 degrees to watch the big game. That's your three day four. Okay, news from your neighborhood. Let's get it on. Get to it without her now. Yes, that's coming out Yellow County. So in the ongoing effort to support local businesses, Yellow County is launching a rest of restaurant fee waiver program to assist local businesses impacted by the coronavirus. The program will provide waivers for eligible restaurants, bars and bakeries who are renewing their yearly permit fees. Okay, thanks very much. People magazine reporting something very interesting. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Some new letters are now surfacing. It turns out they she went back with the kids to the White House after JFK was assassinated when Nixon was president. Okay. It was a secret visit, and then the President Nixon and his. The first lady invited them back again to unveil a portrait of JFK and she declined, she wrote in a letter that's now surfacing. As you know, the thought of returning to the White House is difficult for me. I really do not have the courage to go through an official ceremony and bring the Children back to the only home they both knew with their fathers under such dramatic conditions. Very touching. Very sad. Yeah, I mean what she was going through the pressure's Azad, former first lady that were on her new letter that just surfaced. I have some of the most positive things that happen have happened concerning the coronavirus in the last week. Okay, so they've listed about like 10 of them already. Just a few coronavirus numbers dropping in the U. S a two weeks of substantial decline now. Medical schools in and data with applications from those who want to join the field medical school applications of 18% Okay, AH drug companies, Certain drug companies are saying they do not want to make a profit on their vaccines. Oxford, AstraZeneca and Johnson and Johnson are using a not for profit model. You get their vaccinations out right now. I should hope that holds really, That'd be. That'd be encouraging. It would be what we're paying for drugs in this country. It would be Madonna vaccine can vanquish viral variants is well, they're finding out so it's good against the variance and then India and New Zealand they have. They're really getting their numbers down New Zealand, especially and they're buying vaccines for neighboring countries who can't afford them, Okay? Coming up. We got a great segment with one of the great storytellers of our time, and you probably know the name. I won't reveal it right now. But he talks about what's the key to great storytelling. And why, if you become a great storyteller It can take your career from here to there. We're back in three because it matters.

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"That she has Michael Jackson's Ivy drip bag. From when he passed away. Oh, bag that administered the Dose of propofol that killed him. She went into his room. After he'd been taken out. He passed away and then taken out of the room. His cousin went into where he wass and thought. Take that, and she took his drip bag like a bloodstain on some sort of milky white substance in the bag. She took it, and now she's ready to sell it, like stole evidence Rose. That's when you're hard up for money. Yeah, The ivy set up includes the tubing and the bag used to administer drugs and even has a blood stain from Michael Jackson. According to his cousin, Marsha Stewart. She took it from his room shortly before RC sees me shortly before. Shortly after his death, and I don't I can't So he passed away. Then she took it. She claimed she saw it near Michael's bed and that there was a white milk fluid inside the bag. She also said traces of his blood on the device. Carter I and made her want to put it in her person taken home. Now it's on the auction block for $2500. You could own it. Thank you. But somebody wants somebody will grow very morbid. And also really This disrespectful disrespect disrespectful, But isn't that also contaminating or it's like some sort of fluid bodily fluid, his bodily fluids on there, and I wouldn't want to take it now. Medical hazard, I guess is what I'm trying to say. I will say it's weird, but I know when you go to D C and you'd go to Ford's theater where Abraham Lincoln was shot. You go to where they took him next door, and they still have the pillow that he laid on. It still has blood on it. It's like it's like a war with blood on it. Yeah, they just kept the original stuff is my gosh is part of the tour again. This is the pillow that he laid on it. That is his blood. Um, I won't be late after he was shot. Yeah, you survive, like three days. He wouldn't remember. Really. I know that he was killed instantly. No, they took him out on the back of the head. And they said that they say they think Taking the bullet out, which they eventually did. Ah, cause him to bleed out and die. That's what they said on the tour. I don't know It's halfway listening. Well, they just put some of like a lock of his hair on the auction block. And somebody paid a lot of money for that. Michael Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, which it looks like straw from a broom really did make a quicker but well and with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. They made her keep the bloodstained outfit on, you know, cause she held John F. Kennedy's Head pieces of his head in her lap and was covered in his blood. And they made her keep it on. Did they ever washed the outfit or and then put it in the museum? Yeah. But you know, the morbid curiosity, my gross, but then it But I want to see Lincoln thing. Oh, cool. Yeah, I want to see it. It's like it's a part of history. This is interesting, but it's also morbid if you think about it like he was murdered, and this is where his blood is Last blood on the pillow. Okay,.

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Has Michael Jackson's Ivy drip bag. From when he passed away. Oh, bag that administered the Those of propofol that killed him. She went into his room. After he'd been taken out. He passed away and then taken out of the room. His cousin went into where he wass and thought. Take that, and she took his drip bag like a bloodstain on some sort of milky white substance in the bag. She took it, and now she's ready to sell it, like stole evidence Rose. That's when you're hard up for money. Yeah, The ivy set up includes the tubing and the bag used to administer drugs and even has a blood stain from Michael Jackson. Courtney, his cousin, Marsha Stewart. She took it from his room shortly before RC Excuse me shortly before shortly after his death, and I know I can so he passed away. Then she took it. She claimed she saw it near Michael's bed and that there was a white milk fluid inside the bag. She also said traces of his blood on the device. Carter I and made her want to put it in her purse and take it home. Now it's on the auction block for $2500. You can own it. Thank you. But somebody was somebody will grow very morbid. And also really This disrespectful disrespect disrespectful, But isn't that also contaminating or it's like some sort of fluid bodily fluid, his bodily fluids on there, and I wouldn't want to take it now. Medical hazard, I guess is what I'm trying to say. I will say it's weird, but I know when you go to D C and you'd go to Ford's theater where Abraham Lincoln was shot. You can go to where they took him next door, and they still have the pillow that he laid on. It still has blood on it. It's like it's like a war with blood on it. Yeah, they just kept the original stuff is my gosh, that is part of the tour again. This is the pillow that he laid on it. That is his blood. Um, I won't be late on after he was shot. Yeah, you survive, like three days. You don't remember? Really. I know that he was killed instantly. No, they took him out on the back of the head. And they said that they say they think Taking the bullet out, which they eventually did. Ah, cause him to bleed out and die. That's what they said on the tour. I don't know It's halfway listening. Well, they just put some of like a lock of his hair on the auction block. And somebody paid a lot of money for that. Michael Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, which it looks like straw from a broom really did make a quick buck Well and with Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. They made her keep the bloodstained outfit on, you know, cause she held John F. Kennedy's Head pieces of his head in her lap and was covered in his blood. And they made her keep it on. Did they ever washed the outfit or and then put it in the museum? Yeah. But you know the morbid curiosity Gross, but then it but I want to see him Lincoln thing. Oh, cool. Yeah, I want to see it. It's like it's a part of history. This is interesting, but it's also morbid if you think about it like he was murdered, and this is where his blood is. Last blood on the pillow. Okay, let me check it out. Well, find out why a party Get people together. Having fun is sending a man to jail for a year. That's coming up Jared and Katie in the morning, Jared and Katie in the morning when I was 75 K z l..

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik. Hi, David. Hey, Stacey. So hearing Pete Mammals voice I feel like it tells us a lot about the man but describe him. If you will. Who was he? Clothes. You can kind of tell he was larger than life. And I tell you casting unusually large shadow over his newsroom and over the profession, in part because it was New York and New York cast such a shadow itself, but in part also was a very different agent journalism. To begin with Hamlet came from very modest beginnings. Born in Brooklyn, the son of Irish immigrants whose poor Catholic he was admitted to a very prestigious Catholic high school, New York, but dropped out joined the Navy kicked about a bit, became a cartoonist in newspapers. On, then joined the life for decades, in newspapers and outside newspapers, a heavy smoker, heavy drinker and self destructive ways that he chronicled in his telling memoir, a Drinking life. He also was are larger than life In his personal life. He dated the actress Shirley Maclaine. He did Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Linda Ron Stan lived large in the way that perhaps on Ly, a newspaper. Figure in New York could really pull off. Wow. Well, what kind of a record did he leave in journalism? Oh, he was hugely popular as well as hugely influential. He defined kind of the Big city columnist of his day, along with a handful of others Think of Jimmy Breslin, Mike Royko, Murray Kempton and wrote with Clear eyed compassion during years of tumult, starting Particularly the 19 sixties wrote about racial injustice, poverty, police brutality and corruption. Words and riots, Politicians and poppers. Ah guy who in his words Sato right to his working class readers because he respected them and spent time with them, rather than patronizing them from afar. And in thinking about her living beyond the news pages in his professional life as well. He wrote lyrically about Bob Dylan on Dylan's albums, liner notes in 68 he advised then Senator Bobby Kennedy on his presidential campaign. And when Kennedy was shot in June 1968 There was Pete Hamill, helping to wrestle his assassin to the ground wrote about national issues enough to be put on President Nixon's enemies list. He wrote about Donald Trump in the Central Park, five and as a tabloid editor for a stretch. He promptly went out to hire black and women journalists, at least to start to make up for lost time for profession dominated by white men. What do you think His legacy will be? Think of all the publications he wrote for The New York Post The Daily News and used a. He sees the potential in a kind of tabloid journalism not purely defined by a supermarket gossip. He was a journalism that was brash, not cruel, kind of populism, defined not by the phoniness you might see on cable news outlets. Sadly, those tabloids are not diminished in their size and ambition, his spiritually ours, I think or fewer and farther between them, one might hope. But they do exist. Journalism's moved on in other ways. NPR's David Folkenflik thinks David President Trump is attacking Democrats in an area where he's trying to win votes the suburbs they want to eliminate single family zoning. Bringing Who knows into your suburbs. Communities are grappling with how single family zone and can exacerbate racial inequity and climate change. NPR's Lauren Summer tells us how states like California are struggling to change housing laws. For some climate activists. Susan Kirsch is one of their biggest obstacles, which may seem strange because she cares about the environment. Yes, you're looking at my plug in Prius connected to my solar panels that plug in the energy back in February, I went to curse his home in Mill Valley, California, a city of mostly single family houses, about half an hour north of San Francisco. Median home price is around 1.5 million. There is a great appreciation. If you just look at the view from here of bushes and trees and scenery, Curses house is exactly the kind in the middle of a huge housing debate. She lives in a walkable neighborhood near a bus line, grocery store and bank. But the zoning on Ly allows single family homes here. So some California lawmakers have been trying to allow denser housing like duplexes or four plex is knowing that any of the neighbors could do that same kind of thing. There's a sense of the kind of incredible impact of that kind of change in this community. So cursed started organizing to defeat the up zoning bill in the state Legislature, which first came up in 2018 That earned her the label NIMBY, not in my backyard. Actually, I keep trying to change the label to be a bit of a badge of honor in terms of stewardship. Because for her environmentalism falls into the small is beautiful camp. I think climate change is one of the real serious issues that we have to deal with, but I don't think we need to be Forcing draconian measures taking away local control and local preferences to be able to solve that problem. In January, state lawmakers took on that debate. Senators We are ready to begin for the third time in two years, state Senator Scott Wiener trying to rally support for his housing bill. Restrictive zoning also leads to sprawl. Sprawl because if you can build where the jobs in transit are you just going to build further and further out. The measure failed this summer, California legislators are considering new housing bills in another attempt. We just simply cannot meet our near term and certainly our long term climate calls unless we address the land use question Ethan Al Qaeda's director of the climate program at U. C. Berkeley's Law School. He says California's emissions from driving are still going up, which shows a disconnect. Cities may consider themselves environmentally progressive, but their zoning bands, duplexes or try plexus and up to 98% of residential areas..

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Stacy Vanik Smith, the legendary newspaper columnist Pete Hamill, has died. He was 85. He was a New York City tabloid crusader, and that made him one of the most influential figures in the city for decades. In 2011 Pete Hamill spoke with W H Y eyes. Fresh air. We came from a tradition where we were paid toe have opinions, but the opinions were based on the reporting. We had been there and looked at it whether it was Vietnam on Northern Ireland or the wrong part of town. Let's bring in NPR media correspondent David Folkenflik Hi, David. Hey, Stacey. So hearing Pete Mammals voice I feel like it tells us a lot about the man but describe him. If you will. Who was he? Cause you can kind of tell he was larger than life and casting unusually large shadow over his newsroom and over the profession, in part because it was New York and your cast such a shadow itself, but in part also was a very different agent journalism. To begin with Hamlet came from very modest beginnings. Born in Brooklyn, the son of Irish immigrants whose poor Catholic he was admitted to a very prestigious Catholic High school in New York, but dropped out joined the Navy kicked about a bit, became a cartoonist in newspapers. On, then joined the life for decades, in newspapers and outside newspapers, a heavy smoker, heavy drinker and self destructive ways that he chronicled in his telling memoir, a Drinking life. He also was are larger than life. His personal life. He dated the actress Shirley Maclaine. He didn't Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Linda Bronston lived large in the way that perhaps on Ly, a newspaper. Figure in New York could really pull off. Wow. Well, what kind of a record did he leave in journalism? Oh, he was hugely popular as well as hugely influential. He defined kind of the Big city columnist of his day, along with a handful of others Think of Jimmy Breslin, Mike Royko, Murray Kempton and wrote with Clear eyed compassion during years of tumult, starting Particularly the 19 sixties wrote about racial injustice, poverty, police brutality and corruption. Words and riots, Politicians and poppers. Ah guy who in his words Sato right to his working class readers because he respected them and spent time with them, rather than patronizing them from afar. And in thinking about her living beyond the news pages in his professional life as well. He wrote lyrically about Bob Dylan on Dylan's albums, liner notes in 68 he advised than Senator Bobby Kennedy on his presidential campaign. And when Kennedy was shot in June 1968 There was Pete Hamill, helping to wrestle his assassin to the ground wrote about national issues enough to be put on President Nixon's enemies list. He wrote about Donald Trump in the Central Park, five and as a tabloid editor for a stretch. He promptly went out to hire black and women journalists, at least to start to make up for lost time for profession dominated by white men. What do you think his legacy will be? Think of all the publications he wrote for the New York Post, The Daily News and Newsday. He sees the potential in a kind of tabloid journalism not purely defined by a supermarket gossip. He was a journalism that was brash, not cruel, kind of populism, defined not by the phoniness you might see on cable news outlets. Sadly, those tabloids air, not diminishing their size and ambition, his spiritually ours, I think or fewer and farther between them, one might hope that they do exist. Journalism's moved on. In other ways. NPR's David Folkenflik thinks David President Trump is attacking Democrats in an area where he's trying to win votes the suburbs they want to eliminate single family zoning. Bringing Who knows into your suburbs. Communities are grappling with how single family zone and can exacerbate racial inequity and climate change. NPR's Lauren Summer tells us how states like California are struggling to change housing laws For some climate activists, Susan Kirsch is one of their biggest obstacles. Which may seem strange because she cares about the environment. Yes, you're looking at my plug in Prius connected to my solar panels that plug in the energy back in February, I went to curse his home in Mill Valley, California, a city of mostly single family houses, about half an hour north of San Francisco. Median home prices around 1.5 million. There is a great appreciation. If you just look at the view from here of bushes and trees and seen curses house is exactly the kind in the middle of a huge housing debate. She lives in a walkable neighborhood near a bus line grocery store and bank. With the zoning on Ly allows single family homes here. So some California lawmakers have been trying to allow denser housing like duplexes or four plex is knowing that any of the neighbors.

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KGO 810

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KGO 810

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KGO 810

"Sanjay Gupta helping you live a better life another day another mark Thompson celebrity story after the show this took me backstage and met his pal who's coordinating all the music all the like all of Madonna's stage stuff wait a second did you get to me but I didn't I you didn't even know I have to tell you honestly it's weird I however I'm gonna meet her at that point is going to be taught her a pain in the **** are ten to noon pain in the **** I never said that mark Thompson nine KGO eight ten Jacquelyn the VA was a newspaper photographer Amanda converse man from Massachusetts his name is John F. Kennedy when he was elected president she became the First Lady and a champion of the arts and culture in America when president Kennedy was assassinated the world grieves with his young widow and her two children later in life Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis had a successful career in book publishing we salute Jackie Kennedy cumulus media San Francisco celebrates women's history month hi everybody I'm the you probably know me as GPO three very special gas god bless I'm a lot more than just a real housewife and now I'm tackling a whole territory with my very own podcast it's called in I'm talking about my life is a real housewife in front of the camera and behind the scenes try to look it up with fifty three you don't miss a thing live podcast network when the conversation starts great news we found a pot at the end of the rainbow but it wasn't full of gold it was full of four thousand dollars in cash and we want to give it to you I think you have the luck of the Irish teacher to win the luck of the.

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Luck at winning the luck of the Irish giveaway yeah it was a newspaper photographer who made a congressman from Massachusetts his name is John F. Kennedy when he was elected president she became the First Lady and a champion of the arts and culture in America when president Kennedy was assassinated the world grieves with his young widow and her two children later in life Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis had a successful career in the publishing we salute Jackie Kennedy cumulus media San Francisco celebrates women's history month right but that first one is tough and we add value to the books the first was a thriller Oregon state Utah with the beavers prevailing and then Arizona knocked off Washington and ask he's got close a couple times but couldn't couldn't quite turn the corner gets a wildcat strike could shoot yeah I mean there are three for twenty three beyond the arc Arizona they struggled shooting much of the year they were nine for twenty fourth that was the difference in that game the ability of Arizona to knock down shots against the Arizona RV Oregon state I guess the Washington so both teams shot the same from the field both were forty percent overall but the three point line was the differences so Arizona advances to play tomorrow night the Huskies kind of finished a disappointing season and wondering what could have been a sake quite a green had not been ruled ineligible all right we're back to talk more about Stanford and cal the cardinal and the bears in the first game.

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Com click on the microphone at the top of the home page and type radio that's stamps dot com code radio here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an island and a Chevy Democrat you look so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar Jaclyn Bailey a it was a newspaper photographer Amanda converse man from Massachusetts his name is John F. Kennedy when he was elected president she became the First Lady and a champion of the arts and culture in America when president Kennedy was assassinated the world grieves with his young widow and her two children later in life Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis had a successful career in book publishing we salute Jackie Kennedy cumulus media San Francisco celebrates women's history month great news we found a pot at the end of the rainbow but it wasn't full of gold it was full of four thousand dollars in cash and we want to give it to you I think you have the luck of the Irish teacher to win the luck of the Irish giveaway today and you could win our pot full of cash this will be a Saint paddy's day holiday you'll never forget to add or stop by our site today and try.

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The truth Carly Simon is writing a memoir about Jacqueline. Kennedy Onassis all this leave you with that. The kind of figure out where that sets. Elizabeth today twin cities live on channel five three and four thirty. Thanks, Elizabeth when we come back you guys wanna play a game again. Yeah. Eighteen. Shadow Rune Angelea. You know, the gal is coming up when ham. Oh, good. Lord is Madonna gonna come campy Medac Madame x as a prostitute hor? Yeah. Four peacekeeper cha-cha dancer and racing. Cabaret singer should understand has come as a tent. Yeah. I don't know if the camp can't be, you know, okay? Donnie was giving us trying to. Rapier wit. Oh, I was going to twelve year old. That that's what Johnny misinterpreting rapier sometimes for twelve year old. Yeah. Rape ear win, right? Using that word. I've never heard of. Lori and Julia with producer Donnie love on mytalk one zero seven one everything entertainment. For pest control over a hundred years strong. Here's a note that Plunkett received just recently from Kathy n in Saint Paul. She says technician did a great job of listening to the problems in responding. He did very good knowledgeable work until the problem was salt. And more importantly, he was polite respectful, and so nice to have around..

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Jim Conway actually have something in common both ad their Hollywood walk of stars ceremonies approved postponed due to bad weather, Aerosmith ceremony. That was going to take place on Thursday is being rescheduled. A few diehard fans. Tried braving the weather before the cancellation was announced. But the storm turned out to be simply too strong Conway's. Swap defame ceremony was postponed about twenty years ago. You say your dog is lethargic easily startled possibly incontinent. And all your marijuana is missing. We'll WBZ's Bill markets reports a local experts as though Bari niche should all wear off. We know it's not a good idea to smoke pot around kids. It doesn't necessarily set a good example. But what about token around your dog? We've never actually seen a case where a dog was in an enclosed area and had side effects associated with it. But just from being around somebody smoking, it shouldn't be a problem. And again, we're certainly not encouraging that tops veterinary medical center, Dr lozanski says usually the way pets in just pot is someone fed it to them and food. If you think your dog got into it, call your vet and be honest about it, or if your dog got into any other products, tell us what it is. And that will help tremendously. And if you choose to use marijuana keep it keep it out of reach Bill, Marcus WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio over Florida facility for people with. Disabilities is suspended pending an investigation into a residence pregnancy a caregiver that the facility accused of impregnating the woman who gave birth in two thousand fifteen he's charged with lewd lascivious battery on a disabled person. After DNA evidence linked him to the child. CEO? David Cook is suspended now. While the panel of outside experts review, the facility's policies develops safeguards to prevent future assaults, the style icon and younger sister. A former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Lee rides will has died. This is how the documentary Jackie a tale of two sisters described Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis relationship with her younger sibling Lee..

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tim Conway actually have something in common both had their Hollywood walk of fame star ceremonies postponed due to bad weather. Aerosmith ceremony was going to take place Thursday. That's been rescheduled a few die hard fans. Try braving the weather before the cancellation was announced. But the storm simply turned out to be too strong. God ways walk of fame ceremony was postponed about twenty years ago. Will you say you dog is lethargic easily startled possibly incontinent? And all of you marijuana's missing WBZ's Bill walkers reports, local experts say don't worry Mitch should all wear off. We know it's not a good idea to smoke pot around kids doesn't necessarily set a good example. But what about token around your dog? We've never actually seen a case where a dog was in an enclosed area and had side effects associated with it. But just from being around somebody smoking, it shouldn't be a problem. And again, we're certainly not encouraging that tough veterinary medical center, Dr lists Rozanski says usually the way pets and just pot is someone fed it to them and food. If you think your dog got into it, call your vet and be honest about it, or if your dog got into any other products, tell us what it is. And that will help tremendously. And if you choose to use marijuana keep it keep it out of reach Bill, Marcus WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio the CEO of a Florida facility for people with disabilities is suspended. Pending an investigation into a residence pregnancy a caregiver at the facility accused of impregnating the woman who gave birth in two thousand fifteen he's charged with lewd lascivious battery on a disabled person after DNA evidence leaked Tim linked him to the child. The CEO. David Cook has been suspended panel of outside experts is reviewing the facility's policies in developing safeguards to prevent future assaults the style icon and younger sister. Former first lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis has died at the age of eighty five. This is how the documentary Jackie a tale of two sisters described Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis relationship with her younger, sibling rivalry.

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

16:24 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You'd like to have these celebrities seven celebrity estate planning mistakes article, you don't have to sell that you can just say semi the article if you want to and we'll we'll send it out to you next week. And if you'd like an Email you can do that as well. Neil wheat. We've talked about Gandolfini and a couple of our favorite slash unfavored cases from from here in the office. But let's turn back to Camelot here and talk about the estate of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis what happened there. Well, that's very interesting. So she had a very he was a private person, of course. And she kept her estate plan, very well prepared. So it was private however, she had a charitable trust. And she had named her children, John and Caroline as the fiduciaries, and they had the responsibility or the ability to make decisions whether to fund or not to fonder charitable trust. Which was something that was important to her. And she wanted the trust in to to continue for twenty four years. Well. They didn't fund the trust. So by not funding the trust. They ended up undoing Jackie's traffic goals, and then they received the money for themselves. So if there was any mistake involved if in fact, maybe it was a mistake in judgment as far as whether her children would follow through with her wishes. Maybe she should have had a third party or a different fiduciary. But. That just things didn't go the way that she really wanted them to go with her with their charity. Well, and most of this article talking about Jackie it talks about how she did have a will that made a few small distributions and everything else was poured into her revoke -able trust and that maintained her privacy. So not a lot is known about her assets and things, and and that's an example of good estate planning because you you had the privacy there. But the charitable lead annuity trust, which is a specialized philanthropic charitably inclined trust that is to go to the benefit. It was to go to the benefit of her private foundation for twenty four years, and the principal was supposed to go to her grandchildren. But instead of saying, okay, this is how I want it to go. She left the decision to John and Caroline whether or not to to actually fund it actually put money into it. And you know, surprise surprise they opted not to and so that that gave them more. Money right away, which I'm assuming they didn't need given who they were. And it also increased the tax Bill quite a bit. Because one of the reasons to do a charitable lead annuity trust is that the estate number one gets rid of some assets out of the countable estate for estate tax purposes, number two, huge charitable deductions over the years. So for that twenty four years, they're all going to be paying more taxes than they should. And then as you mentioned undercut her her philanthropic goals, but kind of her fault for for leaving the decision to them rather than saying, this is how you wanna do it. Right. Because it certainly was they had a vested interest in not funding because it would go back in their pockets. Exactly. So what's what's the moral of the story for people who who are not as wealthy as Jackie Kennedy Onassis? Well, the idea is, ladies and gentlemen, choose your fiduciaries carefully. Choose the people that you are making your decisions for you. Oh, usually it's going to be your kids. But you don't have to leave a lot of decisions to them. You can give instructions for what you would like to have done one example of this. And we haven't done a lot of these Neo. But we've done a couple is the IRA distribution trust the generational to make a long story short when kids are when non spouses inherited IRA, it's all taxable all at once if they take it out all at once for that in in that case a lot of them will choose to do a beneficiary IRA and spread those distributions out over their lifetime. Well, for those of you who are afraid that your kids might not make that decision might choose to take it all at once and blow it or pay the taxes all at once which is not a good idea. You can establish an IRA. Inheritance? Trust that mandates that they take those distributions over their lifetime spreading out the tax liability funding their lifestyle for years to come. And so if like Jackie you might you you feel like you might have. Some kids that may or may not do the right thing or the smart thing, you can take steps if you will to to make sure that doesn't happen. Is that fair? That's very accurate. All right. Let's move on to our next in-house case, and this one I don't even know the names, but you were telling me about about this one that you had some people that are still tied up in court. There's another one I think that's still going on. Yes. This might be a different one unless we're on referring to different situations. Well, after the number three famous person here, you said you had someone trained to manipulate the system and and get other opinions on trust just basically not that's not in court, but it could end up in court. So that's a situation which I had not run across and thirty years, but every day's a new day. So had a situation where the client to has been very generous. She's done very nicely. She'd been very generous to her children and her trust in their estate plan and has a number of pieces of property, and somehow her one of her children did was less than honest and was very underhanded way to obtain her trust was from the in individual who was actually her. It was her financial advisor not you and was able to indicate that mom had lost the trust. And could you please Email copy? So he trusted the individual thought he had a good relationship. Didn't check with mom, and unfortunately, he did receive it. And he did like what he saw in the took it to an attorney. Any other than you know, calling me which I couldn't I couldn't speak to them anyway about mom's consent. But he went to an attorney got an opinion and tried to find different ways to put himself in a better financial position. Whether it was saying mom's not competent what she is. Or stating that there's different things going on that could be changed benefit him. So. Of course, it's the same time upsetting mom upsetting family, and very very unfortunate situation where the hairs there's animosity and conflict going on during the parents lifetime. Usually if it is going to happen. It's after someone's deceased, but yeah, this definitely was something. I have not run across in the past have a situation where people are making allegations. That are not true about incompetency and undue influence and all mom wants to have her wishes followed. That's true. That's true. So mom's not too happy so sharpest attack and trying to work within the family and try and come up with a resolution to minimize the potential that this will go to court after her death. So I mean, it's unusual. You have to do that. But you do what you need to do to try and strengthen things or deal with the family situation to try and minimize any additional conflict, but very unfortunate. Now, let me ask you a question. Have you seen the trust in this case? Okay. And so my one of my favorite provision in a revolt -able trust is the in contestability clause that that comes down to saying that if someone were to file a court challenge, and and really go informally challenge what they are not getting challenged their distribution of the trust than it actually cuts them out completely is that I I don't know if I'm getting the name of the clause, right? Well, yeah. Didn't contestability. That's true. It's an it's an basically every trust that I prepare. But you know, some people try and get around that by saying that individual who prepared the trust settler was not competent when they set it up, which is not the case here. But so they try and find different ways to get around that. Undue influence like you had mentioned another one. So, you know, I it's if people really want to be aggressive and conniving, and they try anything possible to benefit themselves in the name of greed. Well, that's true. And in this case like you said, it's something you hadn't seen because here is undue influence being alleged. When in fact, the trust maker, the client herself is perfectly competent, and is is looking for a way to deny that. Whereas I would think that you've had a number of situations over your career where somebody's saying. No, I'm not exerting influence at all. But in fact, there was undue influence being exerted. Yes, we've seen that. Absolutely. Yep. That happens, and that happens in a lot of cases where you know, you have a an original trust maker the grant or the mom, the dad, whatever it may be who might. Not be mentally competent anymore at least not as quick as they used to be. And so a lot of times you have to be on the lookout for that too. Yes. You really do. You have to be on the lookout for whether it's a family member caregiver somebody who all of a sudden becomes a beneficiary who wasn't a beneficiary in the past. Or all of a sudden is a significant increase in their distribution. So you have to be very aware of the person who who's trusted is make sure that they are in fact aware of what they're doing that they're competent that are sharp enough to do it. It will withstand any kind of challenge in court as far as their competency or undue influence. Good gash so money makes good people better in bad people worse. Right. True. True. Yeah. You don't wanna but with trust? It's very very difficult to change the provisions in a nutshell. Neil allot more. More difficult to change the provisions of trust successfully in court than it is a will is that fair. Okay. Very fair. All right, Robin Williams that was an unfortunate case to begin with. He should still be here in my opinion. But Robin Williams again did some stuff, but but it didn't always work. Now. I mean, he really tried to make some efforts he had two irrevocable life insurance trust that you had mentioned which is a nice way of minimizing federal state taxes, and he knew that he had a large estates. So those were prepared, but his trustees resigned yet one trustee who resigned and another trustee resigned, and then he had one of the irrevocable trust was four one of his stepchildren. That adopted which was, you know, pretty pretty smart, but. He didn't he didn't move forward on everything else. So. There were some liquidity problems, which is. He had a thirty five million dollars state and a lot of it was locked up in a winery that he owned liquidity issues and trying to get money to pay bills and take care of things pay taxes. So that was an issue that does come up, which is really very relevant, whatever the size of the trust and estate is making sure that there is some liquidity for the trustee to pay bills to help set along the state funeral costs of a mortgage on a house, whatever it may be so, but this was kind of locked up for a while that certainly caused some issues now he is he's being held up in the article here to as an example of good planning along with Jackie O tried to do right because he did set up your vocal life insurance trusts. And the only reason we know about the the trust at all is because of the resume. Nation of the trustees and that became a court issue. So the court records showed it, but owning life insurance outside of his taxable estate is an example of excellent planning because a lot of people know that life insurance is income tax free. But it's not necessarily a state tax for INA counts toward your estate. There was there certainly was thought given to the the federal state tax issue by having those life insurance trust. And so the only the only problem there was liquidity. Because like you said a lot of his estate was tied up in a winery, which you would think would be plenty liquid right? But. Very funny. But you you can have liquidity provided by the life insurance that way or the winery doesn't have to be sold to pay the taxes and sold at fire sale prices. Now, the last case I wanna cover from our own office. I just became aware of this past week. And you know, I've been doing this for over twenty five years now October first of ninety three was when I became a full-time financial advisor. And I thought I had seen everything. Well, you know, you're what you're going to say is kind of like what I had previously said the the family situation, which I had never seen before in. Here you go another one neither one of us had seen this one. Yeah. It was unreal. I had a gentleman come in. And he said he'd listen to me on the radio when I was at my previous station and his listen to me here on the patriot from time to time, and and this is an unmarried individual with no children. So no immediate family and had a trust done and had an amended. In had a few things, you know that he wanted to make bequests and so forth and has some assets, and we were going over it. And what we discovered was that the financial advisor in this case has made himself a one third beneficiary of the trust. His name is is on the account says a lot as the Representative. But he is also the beneficiary of the trust. And that that raises several issues doesn't it Neil? It really does. I have never heard of that. And I I can't imagine any compliance department. Whatever allowed that in fact, I'm I'm sure they wouldn't so yeah, I was very shocked by that one can guarantee they wouldn't that's on the exam. Maybe he didn't pass that quasi that question. Yeah. To be a fiduciary, you know, and obviously there's a lot of intrinsic problems with that inherent problems. And and you know, you don't wanna you don't wanna let your financial adviser be the beneficiary, and I had to tiptoe around it by asking very gently if that was indeed, you know, because some people are friends with their financial advisers, it goes beyond that, you know. And maybe they the families have known each other forever. I wanted to just assume the best, you know. And I said, hey, you know, is this is this something that you wanted?.

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I just I just like. Twenty years of marriage. Maybe this has happened like three times. I forget about it. You know, all Leckie. Yeah. Because I know people who you know, the sleep apnea, and they got the sleep Meshiah allergies allergy snores. Anyway. But I did. So enjoy that JFK commentary last night on ABC. It was so good. And it was so sad. I okay. So it was so sad. Couple other things that we didn't know about why Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis or whatever. Kennedy Onassis had the premonition about her son flying. How why she didn't want him to get a pilot's license? In addition to. Isn't bad enough. All Ted Kennedy was in a plane crash a small plane crash were two other guy yesterday. Okay. Then her parents. Let's see whose parents somebody. Died in a plane crash small plane crashes, and then some other small plane crash was even more like six and how he was so unqualified to fly that night. It was just it was song qualified pilot error nitty family paid beset family. An undisclosed. So I looked into everything I was obsessed. I was like how did the family feel after it? You know? She grew up in a very privileged life. Caroline, besides just going back and all of her story and the sisters was brilliant Mandarin. And she's like a vice president at a big huge Bank in downtown Wall Street, and it was the thing that fact that really got to me his Larry Hackett used to be the editor at people. And now he's a contributor to NBC on things, but he showed the cover of the sexiest man alive. John F Kennedy junior on the cover. He said thirty one years later. It is still the best selling sexy man cover. People magazine has ever put out. Now. Think of how many movie stars have been on the cover since nineteen eighty eight. That is still the best selling right that they ever had nets because he seemed so relatable at people felt like you knew him right because we've seen him saluting. His father's casket the image of that. Even if you were born. You know, it's all part of the speaking of that. I did not know that that that I did watch quite a bit of it. I know the salute was spontaneous. Yeah. About that.

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"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

The Astrology Podcast

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"jacqueline kennedy onassis" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast

"Charts? Right. I've been working with a charter Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis for number of years. And so I worked three each principal at present. I work with interpretation through with her chart, and then I'm I do it with a second chart, which is that of Pablo Picasso. And I was looking for a man that everyone knew that had night chart instead of a day chart in the Serb point. That's what I landed upon. So then there's two fully worked out examples of the students can read than the instruction start again from the beginning. Now, take the process do it with your own chart. And I remember one moment in the retreat that we did the afternoon sessions people were together in small groups, and there is one student that went. Which do and then the personnel groups had ways second. Let's just go to instruction number one. Let's just read that see what it says put him a box what she tells us to now go to instruction number to follow that. And then by the end of that sequence the students were able to replicate the process, so I tried not to make any previous assumptions of what you should know or what you may have forgotten. But there is a tremendous amount of repetition in the book on I think, that's probably what takes up some of all of the pages. But in my work of being a teacher, I understand that many people need to if it's a new concept they need to hear it repeated over a number of different times before it finally sinks in. Him with that repetition comes mastery of the understanding, right? Right. Yeah. And that's a lot of what the book focuses on is just forcing you at the end of the instructional chapters to then write this out in chart because sometimes it's only by doing so that you truly start under stand and the knowledge starts to sink in. Exactly. And you also see what you didn't understand in fact than you're forced to go back in re look at that material until you clarify and insult regressive. It would be quite challenging not knowing any traditional strategies just jump in start the aspect chapter because each chapter Bill upon the previous one riot at one of the things you did that I was surprised that that's really nice as you do in some places like summaries redo short paragraphs or to sentence to summarize the basic principles in almost takes on the form of a traditional list of aphorisms, basically of dislike the key points of this section of the book. Yes. And that's also part. Visit okay. These are the main points that you should have gotten any on some of those medieval books, we have is the aphorisms. But we don't have the explanation of a you got to that conclusion. And what I tried to do in the main Texas. This is why we've come to this final conclusion about this factor this doctrine, right? So another major component of the book that you spend a lot of time talking about as the solar phase cycle and the importance of some of these concepts, which has the effect of sort of reconnecting astrologers with the astronomy, at least in part, and realizing that there's a lot to the phase relationship that each of the planets has with the son that has a lot of really important interpretive meaning and sometimes it's really small or seemingly minor things. But those minor things can add up to have a big overall effect in terms of the overall interpretation of planets. Edition chart. Right. And so it was. Heart of how I start out this this larger Kuzma legiti that the ancient philosophers had that was incorporated by the strategies, and it starts from the principle of unity into the divine quality of the stars. And the planets is slightly less divine the fixed stars, and they have these nested orbits and their first relationship is to a son into the moon as the celestial king Queen of the heavens, and then to one another, but in that is the planet's relationship to the sun in terms of their cycles and the ancient astrologers saw that planets speed it's visibility. And that it's a moments when the appeared in disappeared..

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