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"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on Trivia With Budds
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"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on Comeback Szn
"Don't do it like that kate. If you keep on michigan. I want you guys to be gone. He come back. We'd be better if they outright sucked and what they are now. Come back if dave's involved in the college football where loan agra college kickers. i think that's overstated. This whole college. Kicker thing yeah. They miss but i think there's so many more of them. Yeah and also. Nfl kickers missile to casa fine. Also you guys. Oh god sorry real quick. I didn't push back on enough but couple of weeks ago. When you were saying you'd rather have a game decided by kickers than two point versions. You guys are fucking high. I don't know why fight you to the death on that one games kicked if you can handle it. All right. that was like eight episodes ago. wasn't eight episodes. Go all right so little smokies and if you're watching it on youtube you've see the beautiful delicious bowl smokey's covered in barbecue sauce probably grape jelly in there. There's for my money the best tailgating food in the world and not just tailgate but watch party super bowl parties. Little smokies are the best. Why are you just get you a toothpick or you can get your spoon. Spoon amount on your plate gets you to pick him up. Bump bump bump. I love those smokey so much. That looks like football. Season to me you yankee ass. You know what i'm talking about. No but i agree with you. I'm not saying you're wrong. You have to lash out me being where by where i was born all right. Keep going ona blattman. I think of nick. Are you know what i think of. Its logo three different as ayers. Yeah i never noticed that we should tweet about that. Right now. i think about arizona. Beating oregon on that thursday night game dennis. He asked queen dennis dixon. I think his name was after. It was already torn. I think a little speed oregon. Two years ago to keep my marriage arizona state sure. It was a saturday night game. Abc i remember it. Okay emmanuel the quarterback through bunch like deep pass is herbert. Didn't play well daniels or was it. Let's see usc nausea not jaden daniels. Jane no jaden wasn't there yet. It was like manual member. He wore number three number. Five daniels jaden daniels. I'm going to have to work on that this year. Those lunch will face kirby. Kirby's got remarkably also embarrass. The person i have up next daboh is kind. Drip lane lane is is easy hanging fruit plus low hanging fruit. Plus i don't i don't hate lane. Gandhi no phrase. Oh look that look look at this. Mr attention getter look pleased with. I am coaching through hospital ban. That was one of the funniest thing ever that he did that. Of course he did it. He's mr. I know ours assists. Now i know i know. That's your freeze all right. Let's do two more fair weather. Fans once alabama starts losing stadiums emptying out. Also fuck you. If you're a fair weather fan fuck you go dumpster fire. Lsu could be it very well could be like. It's i think lsu is a is a small fire right now is behind building. And you're like where is that. Smoke smell smoke. And then and then if things go like the sexual assault things hospital things. These these little threads keep unraveling they'd be like this definitely some burning and you walk behind the building and there's a huge keep polling. Yeah like one of those like things you'd see at a fair and you just keep pulling there's just more and more and more and then a bunch of people like a hundred people come forward. They're like oh yeah. Yeah not a fired. Lsu it's not a dumpster fire. But i smell smoke. I smell smoke dump. Are there really raging. Dumpster fire ten. Oh tennessee tennessee. Dumpster fire no matter who they hire kindling and they kind of get it under control offers and they start celebrating. And then as they're celebrating america's game. What do you mean. I'm a big big noon. Big noon kickoff. S- america's game of the week now. Isn't that army navy fox. America's game is ole miss against cal. Berkeley like the right versus the laugh. What if i kicked you in the face. All right he said you he will if you give him one more pathetic. The word pathetic. Walt bell and umass football. We'll call the number four. Keep you on. Tim's franklin used car salesman. Yeah the bloom is off the rose. I think i like. Oh we mentioned him for hot seats. If he has a bad season people are gonna be like. Wait a second james. What are you doing. I get the sense. He's one of those coaches that the fan base puts up with. I don't think there's penn state fans love that guy and they'll turn georgia vans love carpet album fans love nick sabin oklahoma fans love lincoln riley. We'll defend him to the day. I don't think penn state fans love james franklin. I think they tolerate james. Franklin i hate i yeah i i think his hot seat will be one of the quickest heights each ever when penn state fans just like a switch flips. Your snap your finger and bam. He's out. That's how i think is gonna happen at penn state. All right. that's a good stopping point. Yeah how many we leave on the vine there. I skipped around. But that's about fifteen th. Wow you did a lot. I just didn't know if you want. Casey play next week. Yes talk about it or did you guys. That was a good show. Yeah let's make sure we put that arkansas. I guess we can talk about that later after the show. Thanks for listening. Everybody watching youtube too and if you play. Ncw fourteen head up. Jacqueline onassis unnecessary referenced. Him and i might join your dynasty to send it to me like spice yeah. Ps three. i'm not cheap and on not getting it from yard sale. I play playstation xbox ultra interesting goodbye on a service..
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"I remember there being times where i was. I felt like i was having a bad hair day. And i wanted to wear a body which actually made me feel better about the way. I presented that ninety being acceptable. Just it will emit. Maybe made me feel so bad because i'm just like it's just a piece of fabric on my head. This is something that defines me and especially the comments. You it depends on how you doing any even if even if it isn't done in a way that loeb that little ball that people be doing. I'm gonna do this shit. But he like apple like there's so many ways you can you can do it and but it doesn't matter how many ways were pretty way or dorney way. It doesn't matter. If i want to wear in the sloppiest way that i want to wear it to the airport because i'm don't give a fuck about these mother fuckers. I'm finding i'm comfortable should be able to do that and i don't. I don't understand why why. This conversation is always geared towards black women. Nobody was saying a mother fucking thing when the white ladies was wrapping they hair with banners. Like i remember Jacqueline onassis had a had a little bit of binding her head in the rain. It was actionable. I seen audrey hepburn. There's many times that day would wear things over their hair in public and it not be turned into this fucking Being make like we don't have pride ourselves. Get the fuck outta here. I don't see it happening about do rags when dues wear it out in public. I wipe all the time protecting their waves. And all that kinda shit. I see all the time and nobody is creating post and big long fucking post about and videos like bitch. You fucking celebrity. Why don't fuck you fucking on bonds. What the fuck like. It just feels like it. It doesn't feel like it. It is massaging war but it just feels like girl. Like i can't tell this size in the wire like this is fucking obvious. Y'all can't tell that this is what civic black women. This is an attack on black women and a particular class of black women. Yeah yeah not even saying like get the fuck having gal. You're not fooling. Anybody this is trash and i'm really tired of this conversation. Conversations i'm fucking tired abou- i'm tired about. Is they gay or not. Gay anything that got to do. It is a good okay. Anything that got to do with bonnets. Any motherfucking thing that got to do with high men conversation about. What should the kids get their plates. I should The hersal being get his play fires. Any bush like that. Oh who should pay scales fifty fifty the man pay bills the fuck outta here. I'm tired of them. Stupid ass fucking conversations because most of these conversations usually results in the demeaning degradation of women. That is what allows us. We don't hear them biggest base about the book. Do rag wide booklets jockey gateway. It's it will. I mean. I mean why we don't be here i'd ask in class. Never hear the man. Giving degraded because wear do rags. I'm pretty sure it's is slightly but it's not as bad as women get away. It's like we done like we wear and see through shirts with no bras on in public. Yeah he literally said you should walk up to while you know. Correct the younger woman in ms. I wish i wish somebody will walk to ban. Just be coming like skews me dongliang he i you should definitely take because you understand that i love him for real dairy down onesies okay and this like i love you my sweet babies to succeed you better than you were queen you gotta you gotta rasiah crown queen fuck out year. You won't find us to get ahead on the money like was as far as do keep have understanding then niggers use it as a protective hair like hair. Mid like protective sat out most black women are using it for to tag like predict the style like where they want to keep their their braids knee. The needs of a if they wanna keep day. They afro more strasbourg. Whatever it may be most of the before doing it as a protected way. So it's like this weird like you said. They only do that tours. Back women. my underclass slack lemmings specifically for black. They look at it as ghetto. Whether you already you are but you're not gonna get it as bad you're not gonna get it. As bad the the the the worst they feel like you are and then the irony. The irony is that you're sitting on this really yao with flat. Twist which with. Let me tell you something. There are organizations that end. their policy does. Flat twists are unprofessional. Those flat twists are not looking right. Those flat twist are something that you shouldn't be proud of you because of the work of the natural hair movement. You're actually able to do flat. Twist and they be sexy and be be appropriate and but really in some certain spaces that her hair in that public video and even appropriate because it's all rooted anti-black news so there's scituate literally laws on the books that cases that's been one sanday dreads professional. There's tons of ways our hair particularly our hair particularly how we present in public with our hayes. Whether it'd be wraps there is a long history of that being policed with an respectability politics and if you are coming up to me tapping me on my shoulders through history behind you trying to tell me what to fucking do about my head bitch. You are out of line. And i'm accustomed motherfucking ass out so don't do it. I suggest you don't tat. Anne pierce trap. Don't tap me tab. Jesus whereabout them crown of thorns not this combined. 'cause that's that's that's edgy. Need to be worried about. Jesus does it..
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Beautiful first lady. Probably the not probably definitely the most attractive first lady ever. She edges in my opinion, Jacqueline Onassis. She has already put out her farewell video. Her husband, Donald Trump, the president expected to do that at some point today, so hopefully we'll video was out. His is coming out later on today and This time tomorrow. I guess I'll still be president till about noon, right? Expect the sweater already waiting around noon. Exactly. Yes, in the noon hour. Oh, yeah, They're ah, Criticizing parole Melania because she didn't give Jill a tour of the White House residential area. You know? I mean, please give me a break. She's actually the most popular person. He's got more popularity in terms of likability that her husband, Joe, Certainly more than people in and around the Democrat. Field. She's the one who is the most popular Jill Biden. People genuinely like her nurse. Biden, doctor. Look, Dr Biden, by the way, she she got that doctorate of education from what I understand. From a community college that Joe Biden while he was vice president was donating heavily too. I mean, you know the doctor. It is just a little suspect at this point, so I did get an associate's degree myself from the big time Community College. I did Othello Spiral Community College K by the Bay in Brooklyn. I can claim Elizabeth seed in college and associates degree you go now owned by Iona up in North Yankees. But so look s so she's popular. Yeah, he's what is he's a nut. He's a non entity is what he is. Basically, he's just a figurehead, and I'll say this, too. He's easy. He actually it's fortuitous for him. What all the events that transpired regarding what's happening today because He's no Barack Obama. He's no Donald Trump. There would not be hordes of crowds going to the Biden inauguration right there would not be. I mean, he's there because the bay they didn't like trump or whatever it is, you know, the socialist. They all voted for him because they think he's a Trojan horse. But they're not there because he's charismatic, you know, savior from God as they thought Obama got hairy legs. So in that sense, he he lucked out. They have, you know, it's gonna be virtual because of the pandemic and, plus the riots that occurred two weeks ago. You do remember that President Trump and his guys Sean Spicer. Who does a very good job. Mind you, folks. 6 P.m. Eastern time Every weeknight on Newsmax. They lied about the amount of people that were at President Trump's inauguration. They lied. Well, I heard something short story. Something like that so long. I don't know what the truth of that was but cares. Remember saying who cares? All I know is two weeks ago. The president drew hundreds of thousands of people to D. C. And I doubt Joe Biden conduct would draw tens of thousands on by the way they could have used these National Guard troops that it down there which you know these drama Queens way overreacting because nothing's going to happen as we discussed earlier. But, yeah, they're all there. And, uh, you know for what they could have used him four years ago at President Trump's inauguration was what my point when there were acts with there was actual violence. I mean, you had antifa beating the crap out of people in the streets. They could have used them back then. Now, these people these poor guys, just like the laying around is sleeping on the floor. You know, they don't know what to do. There's nobody there. CNN has a has a headline running right now at the bottom of this screen that reads. President Trump's disastrous presidency. Comes to an end soon. That's right. These people, you know talking about that. Let's go grab a couple of calls here. D is an Elmont Been on? Hold for quite some time Line three. Good morning D You guys. Maybe I missed it. But those clips you played of Joe Biden being asked about his rhetoric causing that caravan that Zach Crazy Honduras Guatemala incident all that because of their rhetoric about floodgates are open. Come on, 100 days can't do anything to you all. Wait! I didn't hear because they don't ask it, right, right. That's true. You know the hordes of coming because the normal I don't think so. The hordes that those those tens of thousands of people down a clashing with the Guatemalan cops Are on the way and there's gonna be more to come because they think the border is going to be wide open. Joe Biden invited them in And of course, there were people throwing bricks and rocks that police officers here in New York so back to normal. Well, I don't see it here is we gotta give a little time. But by the way that was normal during the Obama administration when the cops riots of the race, right, Sarah, maybe that's the kind of normally what I don't terrorist attacks almost every week whether it was Here in Tennessee or California or certainly in Brussels and Paris, and it seems like every week Barack Obama was was on TV after a major terrorist attack. Here's Virginia. This sweet ladies in New Jersey Online one. Good morning, sweetie. Thanks. I love both of you. Well, we loved. Thank you. Listen, I was on Facebook. I've been on a long time. I have been restricted for three days. This is the comment It was. Katie Court made a comment on Bill Maher's show. Uh, we have to de program Trump supporters, so I put down I'd like to de program your head. What's wrong with that? I have been restricted, but three days I don't give a damn. I'm not gonna watch the inauguration. I just wanted people to know that it is happening. And it's the third time two times before. Listen to this When the riots they had I said, shoot them and they reprimanded me. Oh, you can't say that. Well, why do you have the video on the Facebook? Anyway, The second one was a ah woman, a singer that said, burn all the trump supporters. So I said, Burn yourself. Madonna won t four hours I was restricted from liking or sharing..
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The contest to win the spend spend Howie's birthday with him like that. Like you say the books and everything else. What's going down down there in Palm Beach? Kind of restaurants are open inside outside. All that stuff? Yeah. Everything. My wife went to the restaurant with grace, Our producer last night restaurant Right around the corner. One of Steve Doocy favorite places a Trevin E and the place was packed. It was it was jammed. I mean it. It's just It's just such a difference, but it's like the it really the Northeast and Florida. Now it's like like Easter money in West Germany, Maura Maura Maura. It's like you guys are behind the Iron Curtain and also Massachusetts. I mean, this is just this is insane. What's going on up there? And and Cuomo was getting away with all this stuff? I just I I just don't understand that he now he's a He's in the running for a gee. Now. I mean, how How ridiculous is that? I don't think he's in the running for you. I think he's leaking that He's having a big fundraiser for himself. Tomorrow night. I think they'll Eiji Leak was to increase donations for his falls. That's probably that's a good point. That's a good point. Yeah, he's being mentioned. The great mentioning game is going on. Everyone wants to be mentioned. Uh huh. You've seen some bad governors and mayors in your time. Explain Cuomo to me, a guy who can issue an order that wipes out 10,000 restaurants puts hundreds of thousands of people out of work. And then the next night, raised millions in a fundraiser for himself and keep it. What kind of what goes through his mind. I think it's Z. What happens with a one party state? I mean, that's you know, that's what happened in New York. I mean, everybody who used to vote for erupt tacky and Giuliani and even guys like Joe Bruno. You know they're all down in Florida now are they or or in the sea? There's there's somewhere else, and they just they can't oust this guy. And and this is the kind of ridiculous, ridiculous situation you haven't and also the newspaper. Still, I mean, accepted The New York Post. I mean, who's taken a run it, Cuomo, you know? Yeah. Esso Howie Carr. The big question who gets sworn in on January 20th? Well, I mean, I don't know, I you know I'm not giving up the ghost, but I'm gonna have Robert Barnes on today. I don't know if you've talked to him. He's a He's a lawyer out in California, and he said he's really doing a great job with Twitter and he's and he just he put out a letter and he said This is the letter you sent to your senator. You know, to tell him not to approve this these, but But, you know, the thing is that that just seems hopeless. Because look at the rhino Senators. You have not just Mitt Romney and Susan Collins and Murkowski. But guys like Portman and Pat Toomey, you know, I mean, I don't think they're gonna vote to, you know, to accept the trump slate of life there, so it looks It looks pretty Pretty bleak at this point, but you know what? We're going to go see? Get through us. You have to go on living, You know, even you know, that wasn't said, Did you hanging ever hang out of 21? That was that just kind of kind of billions of times? Yeah. Sad, isn't it? The last. The last real speakeasy left in the New York City is gonna close. I was just reading. But that's a great story in the New York Post today, by the way, just going over the history of the place. I mean, it's just It's really Sad. This is going on around the country to not in Florida. But you know, in every state this controlled by a either a Democrat or are well I know, like Charlie Baker or Larry Hogan and in Maryland. It's a real tribute to the Blasio and Cuomo. Yes, and anybody can wipe out mom and pop businesses, but they're wiping out very wealthy institutions that have to close there. You have to tell him that way. What is gonna be the world? What is gonna be like the Broadway? How one is Broadway coming back? Well, you know, that's the other thing. All these wealthy, wealthy Democrats who own all this stuff, pushing all these candidates in the office. Now look what they end up with and I hear them from people around the country. You know, it's your guy's fault. Why do you It's your fault. Why do you keep electing de Blasio and Cuomo in these kind of people so Why, and now they're flying to Florida. And, you know people, people down here are concerned, you know, I mean, we got it. We got it going pretty good here, but you know you get you know three or 400,000, New Yorkers. New Jersey Heights, Massachusetts. People moving in down here they could start they could start flipping the state into into the Warsaw Pact. Of America. Yeah, if Donald Trump would lose, And then there's a second move to mar a Lago live in Florida. Don't you think he would go nuts? After two weeks with that crowd there? Absolutely absolutely. I think you'll be on the road won't eat all the time. He so much stuff he could do. I mean, he's always been like, you know, in motion all the time, but I didn't know that he either he shot some of the apprentice at 21. You know, I have to do that until I read it this morning. You know, maybe I'm sure he would probably have his own own show. I don't know if he would set up his own network but cable news network, but I'm sure he might have a show and you know he would be making speeches and plus, he's gotta do. We talked about this. The last time you got to do a book, you know, he's got a mean if I think he doesn't need the money, but I'm sure he would want to have a book that would sell more than Obama's. Yeah. It's been 21, You know, there's a lot of movies that have scenes in 21. Wall Street has a famous scene in 21, Right. Sweet Smelling sweet. That's what success one of my favorite movies because it's about a gossip column is from newspaper. But yeah, that's that was a great movie, and I was looking at the picture of Marilyn Monroe. You know she was shoot. She was there when including a seven year itch, and I mean, everybody knows the seven year itch. That's the That's when her dress goes up. You know, when she goes over the subway grating, remember? I mean, boy, I mean, talk about an Ernest Hemingway. I never do this honest, Hemingway supposedly had sex with one of Legs, diamonds, the Gangsters, girlfriends in the in the stairwell. There this is this is great stuff. Frank Sinatra took Jacqueline Onassis out Jackie Kennedy down the date to 21. They had to bring you a sambuca. There wasn't the past. If they didn't even sell it in New York City, they had to go down to New Jersey to get it over to New Jersey to get the sambuca that he liked. And that Roy Cohn insisted that they have tuna fish for him out of the can. And Hellmann's mayonnaise. All this history just down the tubes. Thank you. Build the Blasio. Thank you, Andrew Cuomo. Well, Howie Carr. Great talking to you know, you should go to his website Howie Carr show dot com. Get his books..
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on The Sill - Perspectives on Art
"Yes hugh you've also written attacks about aspects of both world wars subjects that were extensively explored and written about as a writer and historian. What prompted you to focus on those particular events. I've always been interested personal war. A course followed naturally from the titanic seen as a warning alpha for a complacent society steaming towards disaster but it actually practical way scholastic with whom i've done a number of folks said you know Great interest in the schools now in canadians in war. And i thought your kidding because during the seventies and eighties war was taboo subject. You know my generation who were very anti vietnam war. We all had posters in our dorm room saying wars not healthy for children and other living things so warren was not thought to be at all suitable as subject for young readers but in the schools there had developed enormous interest. I think what the world war two generation dying off and all of that being lost remembrance day which was very much fading as a memorial day was completely revived by the new generation and during the harper era harper was a boss of canadians in war and he plays emphasis on it. Yeah all of a sudden. There was great interest in this and they're really hadn't been very many books for young readers about canadian stories war and of course we're one we were in it for a lot longer than the americans verve and we lost for capita a lot. More people a lot more people than from any other allied nations so our stories are as good as anyone. They just haven't been given kind of attention. So when i did juno beach again. People hadn't heard of john. Beach wasn't until the juno beach centre was fed up for the anniversary with private. Money ran walmart. Canada put up a lot of the money. Still privately on the beach center is not government. Run the next major anniversary was the ninety that rotary vinny ridge started. Well i could do about Vinny ridge and So i went on from there. They were very popular began. A sought after speaker in schools particularly around remembrance. Day and it's now part of the curriculum and something that canadians take a great interest so whilst thing on the subject of history in this age of wikipedia and fast food style knowledge. It seems that the study of history has wayne or lost. Some of its appeal. Why do you think it's important for young minds to preserve an understanding of history. Well understand the world we live in. Today it's hard to do that without understanding where we came from and how important it is how fragile democracy is how fragile. Our way of life is and how easily that could be destroyed and people coming here. From other countries and with the huge surge of immigration people come here from countries that have had autocratic governments that have had much less freedom and so they come here and they appreciate canada. So it's important. We're looking at some history of fresh and indigenous people and others talk a lot about colonialism than colonialism is a big part of our history. So should we ignore that. Should we overlook it or should we come to terms with it. I don't think there's less interest in history. I think there's still interested in and particularly when it's engaging on you can make it engaging making a story and are really interested in their own country speaking of memorable and historic moments when you were at madison press you would regularly make sales calls in new york and one of the most memorable was a call on jacqueline onassis in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight a meeting. You wrote about in zuma magazine. Can you talk about that experience. You asked for it was i mean. Jackie onassis with an editor doubleday. We had approached her about books in the past but she hadn't wanted to have a meeting before then we had a project that was of interest so we tried various day. And then i remember life partner who was already in new york. We'll we're on with jackie o for next week said oh okay. I'll come down. And he said if four next tuesday november twenty. Second win a minute. She's not going to be working that day. That's the anniversary of the fascination. I remember it. I was in grade nine november twenty second yash shelby at the graveside or the eternal flame or something. You'd better call back. So he called back and said no her secretary or assistant says this is after the day remembered. She'd rather have his birthday remembered so she'll be in the office so then. The meeting day was changed to around new was changed to noon. So i thought oh my. Gosh that's the actual time that it happens We're going to be there the actual the actual time and so it was yeah. Felt very strange about it. And then we walked into six fifth avenue. The office building doubleday was located. That later became famous as the office. Building that jared kushner paid too much money for There's only one way and the main entrance and in the lobby were all these new stances several news and they all had time and newsweek and all of these magazines played faith out. And so all. You saw a sea of jackie and pink dress. And i thought oh my god because it was the twenty fifth anniversary of your fascination. She has to walk by this. Yeah every day. what was she everything you imagine. She might be really how so. She was older and fifty seven. So she wasn't the jackie of imagining. Were for big glasses and the and shows warring backup and she was just wearing slacks and so on and she was kind of self effacing and she had a rottweiler sort of fade manner about her. That was another people captured. This as well but i remember we were sitting in the lobby and instead of having to go find her office she came out to greet you very classy and we were sitting in the lobby looking at the catalogue and she says oh. What are you looking at and we said well we're just looking at the along and she said oh. That was our have a look at them. Sometimes i mean everybody knows what the catalog work on it. It's a new books are presented crushing with that was but there was this slightly half above aloft level say wave expressing herself. And i remember that among some women of my mother's generation they ratified the artificial manner gloves. And i mean she was very very bryant could speak all. These languages became friendly with his aldridge. Who have been her. Social secretary and tisch became famous person in her own right but she organized all the great events of kennedy white house. I later did a book with her about that. And she said on an jackie with kissy bride she said i think he may have been a little bit medicaid the middle of our presentation. You the the saint patrick's way and down a bit Started tolling loudly. And i began to say. Oh that must be the say carried right on. But in that moment i looked at her and i think just for an instant there was this sense of. Oh my god twenty. Five years ago motorcades the whole thing seemed to flash server my maybe i'm dramatizing impact of it all. But because she was rather tells acing. I have a little bit funny. It wasn't a go. She gave him your car. You know. Jacqueline kennedy onassis. That you have a holy shit moment.
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"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"A. B. C they be They be back here in the burning This is Lady on the show one way did Simon. She's a flaming lived, but, uh, what way Lookout? She wrote a book about Jacqueline Onassis. Those two are best friends believe. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah. So you're so vain. I guess this is leading us into. Ah, have a little governor Cuomo. But first I want to mention our good friend Russ Salzburg. He's got a new podcast. Now, let's get a load of this is the name of the pockets. But this particular episode is Roger Goodell's fumble is a disgrace. Goodell remains silent regarding a dish on Jackson's anti Semitic remarks over a week ago, so that's Russell's broke podcast. Get a load of this on Roger Goodell and and to Sean Jackson, Avery Russ, but with you 1000% we said the same thing. The last two days, wnbc radio dot com You can find it there and anywhere Podcaster found now. A speaker here. The guy that's so vain. This guy's unbelievable. Olivia's to what he's done The blood that's on his hands. The murders that he committed this vicious evil Governor Cuomo. I mean, he's taking victory laps. And Rich Lowry took him to the Wood shed yesterday in a column but this is what he said on Monday, believing he's blaming the president first. He said We shouldn't politicize the Corona virus. Remember that? Okay? So anyway, this was him on Monday. Take a listen trumps. Covitz scandal. Makes what Nixon did at Watergate Look innocent. Nobody died in the Watergate scandal. Thousands of people are going to die. In this covert scans. And that is all the difference in the world. Now is this guy just like sick in the head Me to question the is sick in the head and he's disgusting. And he's nauseated and I can't stand him. I really despise him. So do you. So does Janice teen. She'll be great at 9 20 What is this scandal? He's referring to? What is the scandal? Yeah, that's a good question. I mean that. That's the fake news narrative that the president is responsible for this Corona. All these corrupt, ready to like when they make the fake news narrative is he didn't act quickly enough. And, of course, We know the China men, Of course, the China bin and then the band from people coming in from Europe, which they everybody criticized. All of them. Dr. Found she was against the travel. He did the European band correct me If I'm wrong before Europe who was getting savaged, did their own band that's right before Germany or Italy or London or any one of those he did, you should be in bed. And then two days later, he added, the U K to the European bank, right? So he did it all. And he got criticized for it at the time is being xenophobic. So the on ly thing If you really want to talk about this rationally about what they see and already it's a crazy that not including Cuomo. The only thing I guess you could take him to task for is some of the testing was slow to get out of the gate. But but if you're gonna be honest about it, that's because after the H one n one Obama and Biden left the cupboard. Bare exactly right. They love left. Nothing. No, no ventilators. No, nothing in the cupboard was bare. They did nothing. They learned nothing from their particular Ah, virus scandal. A lot of people died and they were short on stuff and they didn't do anything to fix it exactly right, said so, But the sick thing about it is he's talking about deaths when he's responsible. I mean, he's primarily responsible for the deaths of senior citizens in this state. Is the worst has the worst numbers of any country in the world compared to any country forget any other state any country. I mean, he's either playing dumb or he's just he's completely Sick psycho in the head is what he is. Now he's put out this new poster this new Ah, really? And this proves that he is sick. And I had this poster with a map of Ah Manhattan and the Bronx. And all this and all the stupid things, people sitting on swings and pictures of him and his name all over it. It really is dumb. It's a waste of money and doing a victory lap. This guy's doing a victory lap with the world again. I just mentioned the stats. Anyway, Listen to him on the poster. I love poster art poster art is something they did in the early 19 hundreds late 18 hundreds. When they had to communicate their whole platform candidacy on one piece of paper, right? You wanted to run a campaign. They didn't have the TV commercials. They didn't have a male. They didn't have any of these things, so they got their whole message on one piece of paper. And it always fascinated, really. I use so many words, What if somebody said Okay, no words paint me a picture that tells the story of what you're trying to say. That's poster art, and it's helped me because it's been like a relief valve. Not that I don't have joy every day. Oh, shut up anymore. So I put out a chorionic poster shut up, but it really juvenile. He's got props of of a mountain when he does does thes briefings with which I thought he canceled By the way, now they did. He brought him back. He Mr TV, so Yeah, exactly. Right. So come on, So I'm not the only way to listen. There is hope this guy Jake tapper on CNN, on the honest put poster in particular and just You know his obliviousness to what he's done the death and destruction that he's wrought across New York State. Ah, listen to Jake Tapper take him to task. The poster includes references to his daughters and a boyfriend, Little inside jokes. There are no illustrations. However, of the more than 32,000 dead New Yorkers the highest death toll by far of any state. No rendering on that poster of criticism that Governor Cuomo ignored warnings, no depiction of the study that he could have saved thousands.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The program hello there are your perfect giving people listening the very night that president trump okay then I will turn the and formed an office very kind he was been sworn into office I was dreaming about John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Onassis can't get it in the car his assassination I'm shooting about John John F. Kennedy okay you words okay night okay so what you're saying is that back in the day you had a dream of Kennedy's assassination and it came to pass well I was streaming at the night though that that troubles been sworn in so so what does that mean same time the troubles began sworn in I was dreaming about John F. Kennedy okay what do you think that may it frightens me and I do said Laurie I don't know what to think of this exactly but now I do have their way that lady their intentions I hope not and I'll tell you why because I've talked about this at length for months and months and months and months that I don't trust the deep state New World order and I don't know what their policy you know I I don't know what they're capable of and I would pray and hope to god that's not the case I really hope that's not the case and we've got a parade that it's not the case but the one thing that will take from this and I appreciate the call Jules thank you the one thing that will take from this is that we are operating in a society right now of things we never thought would ever happen whatever come to pass I mean things that are so non sensible things that we thought should be this no one sees them as this they see them as back again as I talked about in the first hour and illinois' school board voting to allow transgender students to have the look of the lockers of their choice or the locker room of their choice in a high school so that means a fifteen year old boy can actually identify as a girl and go shower with your daughters twenty years ago you wouldn't think this is normal and guess what let me help you it's still isn't normal it still isn't normal but I do appreciate the cultural thank you I'll tell you what concerns me as well as the stock market have you been paying attention I mean even detain and now I know we just went twenty thousand over the Dow and that's great and you know for one case for cooking along our raise our cooking along but the problem look I spent twenty five plus years in that and that financial world and the problem that I see is that these same deep state New World order types will stop at nothing to actually bring the truck presidency down and that means I'm concerned that they may manipulate install and crash the stock market I'm I'm concerned about that now my friends are dialers financial rubric dialer was a financial consultant you know talk to people all over the country has a free report actually it's a book it's a free book it's a quick read but it's called the nine financial land mines in in this book he's explaining exactly what were seen today and he's giving compares to what we saw in two thousand and eight and how you can be prepared to protect yourself because when the stock market crashes that means your four oh one K. your I. R. raise your savings your kids college savings could really be of jeopardy in fact the left and the deep stators are just saying well that'll just be financially collateral damage look they'll stop at nothing.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"The Saturday broadcast of the Metropolitan Opera and from there the love of opera germinated in her heart she later said the opera performance at Interlochen center for the arts in northern Michigan and she won a scholarship for her performance or participation I should say in the Merion or Marian Anderson local competition in that scholarship she one was to Howard University. after graduating in nineteen sixty seven with a degree in music and she became a graduate student at Peabody conservatory and if you don't know that particular schools connected with Johns Hopkins University and later at the university of Michigan school of music where she earned her master's in nineteen sixty eight. she then moved to Europe as many young musicians did the time to try to establish herself and boy did she she began a three year contract the Deutsche opera Berlin and this gave her ample opportunities to perform in many opera productions throughout Europe in nineteen seventy five she moved to London to continue concertizing and to give recitals she did come to the US to sing in a few events of one of which was the fiftieth anniversary of the Hollywood Bowl in nineteen seventy three but it would be many years. Intel should finally make her U. S. opera debut. focus. apparently was to establish herself with all of Europe's leading opera houses and festivals and then from there to branch off but in nineteen eighty two she finally made her U. S. debut appearing as Jocasta in Stravinsky's Oedipus rex and in Purcell's Dido Israel operas. your performance is. can critics and of the classical world at large revealed something revealed that she was to the public the most popular and highly regarded dramatic soprano singer in the world. because of this she got the opportunity to perform and very high profile events. you may remember if you're old enough Ronald Reagan's second inauguration while she was a featured performer in that she also performed at Queen Elizabeth the second sixtieth birthday celebration. I was invited by the French government to sing the French national anthem to celebrate the two hundredth anniversary of the French Revolution. she also sang at Tchaikovsky's one hundred and fiftieth birthday gala in Russia. she sang for the seven hundred celebration party of Swiss national day. she also performed at the famous cathedral Notre down that Perry. she performed at the funeral for Jacqueline Onassis or Kennedy Onassis yes she was there for that she also performed at the nineteen ninety six Summer Olympic opening ceremony in Atlanta. she also sang at the service unveiled the two monumental columns of light at the site of the former World Trade Center. which became nightly us for the nightly memorial for the victims of September eleventh she sang at the inaugural for that in addition to countless operatic performances around the world and to an equal number of recordings that she made throughout her career in two thousand three she's devilish the Jesse Norman school of the arts which was an after school arts program serving mostly disadvantage middle and high school students in Augusta Georgia. and in her spare time as if she had any she did serve on the board of directors of various places like Carnegie Hall. the New York Public Library. city meals on wheels in New York City just to name a few. awards are too numerous to count but let me just give you a few. she was nominated fifteen times for a Grammy of the fifteen times that she was nominated she won five. are all career that's for outstanding vocal classical vocal and for opera recordings. is a recipient of the legion of honor in France she was the youngest recipient to ever receive the Kennedy ward at the age of fifty two. she is also the recipient American classical hall of fame the Georgia music hall of fame and the national medal of arts which was given to her by present or former president Obama. she also has many honorary doctorates get ready here the university is that bestowed on her an honorary doctorate. okay Howard University. Boston conservatory of music. so whiny university of the south Harvard University. the university of Cambridge. Juilliard yeah elle the Manhattan school of music Northwestern University university of Rochester and university of Oxford England. Jessie Norman was an amazing talent as you probably can imagine and the town that I became aware of way back in the early nineties when I begin to listen to her but not an operable I have to admit I was never really want to fall into opera however what I heard from her was from her classical vocal music her non opera music. her voice is really peer it's like what I would say it's it's mana for the ear her tone is what I call velvet sublime just name it like that just as a noun velvet sublime there's nothing there is literally nothing like it I've never heard a voice like hers before. and as I think about it I can imagine the number of people that have been touched by her voice out her five decade long career. she has won the most moving voices I've ever heard I hope that you will get the opportunity to hear a recording of her if you don't know where to begin let me suggest you are suggest to you something just something to start with a little small piece called romance for voice and piano by Claude Debussy romance for voice and piano it's only about two minutes and thirty seconds if that doesn't make you a believer in the god given talent that she had let me tell you right now nothing will. that's the place to start right there small little piece it will bring tears to your eyes the velvet of her voice we'll be so obvious to you. Jessie Norman to be missed and never forgotten and I hope that you get a chance to listen to her performances and to hear this incredible talent the music world has lost. now two weeks ago I had to rest the distinction between three of the most important forms of classical music now we're staying on the same path here I had to continue and these forms of classical music that I dressed were the symphony the concertos and this is not a. at the time I gave basic definitions for each Willie definitions that were easy to remember and here's what the war to recap. a symphony is a multi movement work for orchestra I can channel the same thing a multi movement work for orchestra and soloist that's the distinction and then of course the sonata is a multi movement work for solo instrument. in last week's program however I focused primarily on the term symphony we defined it as a just added and clarified what a movement actually is and how many women's you need. to have a work properly categorized as a symphony we also contrasted the term Stephanie with the use of the other term orchestra and provided a good understanding of how these two terms orchestra and symphony are used in today's classical vernacular. I also discussed the etiquette in a performance of a symphony. how you're not to clap between the movement but rather wait until the complete work is finished and if you're not sure just waiting to finally hear someone clapping you'll be fine remember the audience's reaction will be your cue. this one general rule not only to the symphony but it also is germane to any multi movement work and the reason for not clapping I want to review is basically this a symphony or any other multi movement work like a sonata or a trio or quartet is really the sum of its individual parts or its movements is each woman contributes to the whole in some way so that that little space that little silence between the movements allows the melody and the harmonic direction of the previous movement to settle in the mind of the here the audience. or actually in some cases to let that space allow the music to disappear before the next move and begins now in some cases the composer will not want a break they come between the movements in such a case the composer will want to have a direct connection with the previous movement with no break or to create a sort of element of surprise now you will know this if you read music when you see within the score in the Italian the phrase Ataka so be told. it's two words Ataka which like the word attack but is a C. K. it's going to be AT AT T. A. C. C. A. and then the words to be tell which means or what is spelled S. U. B. I. T. O. and this will be written at the very end of a particular movement and it means to go right into the next piece right into the next movement. so remember between movements whether their silence or there's no silence refrain from the temptation to clap until the work is completed. remember in our last episode I also gave recommendations of symphonies deny for those who were the newbie those were new to this world let's quickly recap what those were number one Mozart September forty number to Mozart seven number twenty five. three hi didn't simply number one oh four we call the London symphony. number four Beethoven's fifth symphony. and then Beethoven's sixth symphony and then Beethoven's seventh symphony that is a great primer right there if you just listen to those pieces you'll have a good understanding of the repertoire of symphonic writing. now also in listens pieces it's going to open up a whole world of symphonic reading to you by providing beautiful recognizable melodies that are attractive and are catchy remember. these recommendations for someone who's never heard a symphony so there may be some of you who are more advanced in your listening pleasure and you may think Hey I've heard all these before what else can get me well you just wait I'll provide some deep cuts for those of you listening who have an experience of classical music and I think I may surprise you with some things will get there but right now for the newbie the new person the novice. and my purpose of drawing these types of pieces the Mozart Haydn symphony sonatas or symphonies. it's a drawing you by giving you something that really will spark your interest and that's why I chose these particular pieces they got lots of catchy melodies lots of beautiful things. and so as you listen is works it'll open world occasional oars instrumentation to and as you listen each piece you'll hear all the entrance of the orchestra when we come back we talking more about that a leading the.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Coming up at eight forty on the store of yesterday's. circuits on the house floor. the former Donald trump's campaign manager he'll be he'll mind this morning coming up at nine so many big stories you've already touched on the line manning being benched by the football giants yesterday in favor of the rookie Daniel Jones will start in Tampa Bay on Sunday the end of an era Bernie last second one of all the poor little danske stop you've got so much more on that coming away including Corey how bout Bibi Netanyahu fight for his wife it is only say this to be loses a selection it's probably going to prison like he needs to win this election to possibly but not avoid prosecution distro right he's been under that cloud for a long time he may still face that the prosecution may even if he's elected right but the chance is certainly go down if he wins and we boats that's the big deal is one of my favorite shows going up as a kid I had a huge crush JYJ cross on log for he's not Tiffani amber Thiessen wow I like the other black robot for he's a saved by the bell a bunch of reports are all coming back so I think Seinfeld again I'm not I I want them to do Seinfeld never going to this I've never leave I don't know right so yesterday you know Bernie I I ventured over to the the hunt and fish club to see a good funny at the Scaramucci now knowing that he has gone completely the other way but you want it to be you know you and I we have our differences we disagree at times but the truth is you love trump I like trump would not that we're not that far apart you want it to be Scaramucci right now org galaxies apart. no I understand that but he it was you know it I know it everybody I think everybody knows it I think you know what is well it's as personal really with those yeah it got us it is partially submitted that because company after his of beautiful wife teacher who was very very nice yesterday so yes they they celebrated the one year anniversary of the motion the Mrs podcast and they get unbelievable gas I mean Anthony has does the the Jews he's gay everybody so I walk in yeah stay no idea what to expect by the way I look great in my Joseph Abboud two thank you Joseph even if I do say so myself so I just let myself what happened now and who's sitting to my left the very first guest yesterday it turns out he loves burning and said he's the best dental management Major League Baseball last I checked his Yankees are one win away from another one hundred win season Brian Cashman sitting to my left home really yes thank you very complimentary to you Bernie to me wants to come on the show when the yanks make the playoffs what's what's it about two weeks and he went up there and told the whole story of course about how you know the crates forty where his car got stolen and I guess the police weren't notified so they stopped on. and they drew their guns five times and you want to explain to everybody exactly what he did to make sure he can end up like Michael brown records act and what a the police actually recovered his car in New York City and did not put out the word to the other police in the in the meat municipalities around the city did not know the and the state as well Connecticut did not know that the car had been recovered they told it was still stolen yeah and here it is the sword against that's a solid car. and this is bull headed dude is driving yeah yeah yeah so yeah Hey they surrounded him and and what what will the rest is history will so the videotape of it but he he did all the right think he plays heads up elicited a cop he was the epitome of comply and don't die and he also talked of course I left yesterday about the day that Marianna Robert I had with president trump at the White House two days ago when in fact he received the presidential medal of freedom but after that you guys normally directed to the Bravo channel you know that there was some still so disappointed in anti calling you know parents still that wanted to do we did with them was just yeah he was horrible but it was hung over he was out the night before Cooper I think what I'm about and he he reads his nose was a little stuffy. I think he was little you know detached a little bit on the almost nasty side almost yeah yeah and healing I'm like like you know getting what he wants basically you know when you know what I'm talking about and week we couldn't get anywhere with the guy but that's fine I still love the China level the shows and you know Bernie that I've had a kind of a nasty relationship with the girls on the wheel house was of New York City and a lot of that is political because they hate Donald Trump especially the one that's not there anyone about the love this year till she's horrible but who's the one Caroline who she related to again she left two years ago she left to use is related to you talk about runs well yeah so she a junkie always her is our auntie Jacqueline Onassis Jack yeah because a mother is Caroline rides while running was a sister of yes yeah yeah yeah well when I had a very contentious relationship because she despises Donald Trump and about one of the episodes she was throwing a party at her punch York City apartment the night of the election in general that Hillary posters and all the girls and as you can imagine they started leaving one by one in by ten o'clock. the party was over. yeah. yeah then the next day she was like like you would have thought of parents both god for bid were killed in a it was wrecked one of the greatest nights in the history of swear to god so so they all hate me now on the other hand the real housewives of New Jersey which I've had releases of the for for many years going back to to research on my show on my end for many many times those ladies they tend to like Donald Trump that's the difference between New York City and New Jersey yes I mean a lot of people here just brain wash they don't know any better you know god bless their souls bless their hearts they would say they just they just stupid they don't know what the difference is stark we know that just from numbers we know that he does very poorly Donald Trump here in the city and it does he does well and believe it or not even the real housewives is the perfect depiction of that the New Jersey ladies how much alike and so that was three in particular right this event yesterday one Jacqueline very very popular character on the show one cat the who bought delicious Kennelly's and won the war as well love beautiful funny smart married to Franco son Frank junior her daughter Gabby works out with my boy Louis so out there in New Jersey and she was just a breath of fresh air Bernie she was funny she was smart she gets it so I was in my glory yesterday evening here I am in New York City hi get out with one of the real housewives of New Jersey Delores I loved it I loved it. well listen this is why the the they have these rumors that Antony's wife may do that show all right is that one oh six she was talking about doing New York New Jersey because they live in also let's see the all these are all do Jersey these are all that in them from a from New Jersey none of the New York Post there yesterday Judy's Theresa do Judy COS yours or see there she was not there just so she doesn't get along I don't think with the three ladies that part eight specifically her cousin Kathy and Jacqueline don't even get along no one knows what hit them nobody nobody a lot of these fights to do on the other actually real white they they they really do you know they tend to want to to dislike each other what is it is it over the you know pulling out of the Iran deal. what's the nature of the B. forgot I don't as a million things that happen with a recital no Melissa all of them but I love the show you know it's my guilty pleasure the whole Bravo channel so really enjoyed that yesterday and we really enjoyed talking to the Laura she was my favorite but in terms of Anthony you know he's going on and on about how the president now has really put us in a very difficult situation the Hutu rebels and and Saudi Arabia and Iran and he's convinced that president trump because he refuses to take any advice now we've been through three national security advisers right three of them now and pale we sell so it's just a bigger one of them of course was the general Flynn who was set up in the right right you know it was just a what they did to him was a was terrible was a travesty so that you can't include him in right in the center you know as somebody who you know the president fired with images point was that he needs to take advice from people who know more about this and I said the other day I said yeah. what about president trump what you find out about president trump in the last month since you've gone the other way on him they didn't know back in two thousand sixteen is that said you're wrong he said I was there I was part of the original committee to get him elected I work for the guy for Levin days early on he was willing willing to take advice he goes now he doesn't want to hear from anybody about anything he is wanting the show when he goes do you feel comfortable with him with no experience wanting the show when in fact there is a real possibility that things can get very very ugly including US military intervention in the Middle East but it's working out very well so far everything look domestically business wise economically foreign policy wise everything is going along fine so what he thinks the Middle East is about to blow up though and that was not given again that's not that's not the president's for the fact that the Iranians and the Saudis are at each other's throats I mean that's been the case for ever so we built this coalition did the president with the Saudis Israel us some of the other SUNY states they're Jordan Egypt believe it or not against Iran and that's where it stands now and then or Iran is being strangled economically and they lashed out at a rate should be strangled economically because they're building nukes yeah and they were going to build nukes they were allowed to build nukes under the Iran deal in a certain amount of years the president said that's no good no good and so we cut it off and now you have this I mean look if you want to achieve Rick beneficial results yet to take some stuff just like with the trade war and China is going to be a little pain hopefully it doesn't turn into an all out conflagration but if it does you know let the chips fall where they may look the Saudis take care of it and we're always there with our of our jets in the you know we could drop some my son around if it need be but we shouldn't you know he he it was the the tweeter president put out if to Anthony was criticizing him on MSNBC during a week where the president was being accused of all but pulling that. you're in a massacre in Texas and Ohio in a yellow one of the only guys taxes what in particular right they were blaming the president for that massacre and it was then that entity Scaramucci went on MSNBC the week where a lady said that he wants to he wants the massacre exterminate Latinos yes he got he needed all hands on the he needed help that we can Anthony went on MSNBC entrance them that's another president tweeted something out and one one one point about his wife go digit lead well you know that's that's that's why it's pretty hate his guts but the also what I can do that and gave up the ghost he did an interview and he said what what I wrote blue collar president it was a a praise where the book of the president and the president never tweeted about it and that also stuck in his grows more probably dead well this will take a short break again a lot of sports news from last night the Yankees magic number is down to one what that means is folks if the Yankees beat the angels in the Bronx tonight or the rays lose out in Los Angeles to the Dodgers the Yankees will once again be American League east champions are for the first time in four years so we got that in the Eli manning benching we'll be back with the six point splits right after this. behind.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Well. There's a couple before we kinda get into it. You wanna think about it. We've been convinced that we can by ourselves. Our way to happiness right so that that wealth is has has to a sense of happiness security so what happened is when you think about early hunters and gatherers and how that operated they would go out they would hunt. They would take what they needed. In from there they were fine there. Okay there was no sense of ownership as far as because they couldn't travel with all the things that they would have so whether they went out and hunting for furs are they went out and hunted for meat to feed their families. They can travel with that but over time as people started to settle as we started to settle in different societies in environments we needed to establish ownership that way i can go out and i can conquer some more and i can come back and what i left is still there for me so over time the need to be able to prioritize myself to be able to say that hey i have a higher status than you. I have more than you which gives me more rank. I had to establish a sense of ownership interesting interesting. Do you think it affected our evolutionary process. I think that if you think if you look back to where we are now a lot of our culture is about about materialism is about ownership is about having things is about my house is bigger than yours. My car is better than yours. My office looks nicer than yours. My kids have better clothing so we get into instead of focusing on the intrinsic motivational factors that make us happy family friends spending time ourselves reading books taking walks. We really focused on one saying that hey i have to be loud right. Quietness is secure loudness insecurity so i have to be loud to show you that you know i'm important in order order for you to accept me and i think our society to that we talked about formal before right the failure of missing out on what's going on and what everybody else doing. Our need to be involved to be seen is. This is the most important right now kept you wanna comment well. I having lived in various parts of the country. I would have to say like where i live. Now in the dallas fort worth area has more of that materialism sure anyplace else compatible carefully ridiculously. I and i think there is slightly that difference rate you know colorado or the midwest where we there is more of that focus on what you just said activity being being outside reading interacting engaging with each other not going shopping and now i agree with you and i both love to shop there very much you don't you know i it ultimately does not bring you happiness but the problem with the shopping is not necessarily that you go in you. Buy something that you like right. I think that for most of us we want things most people. Our brains are wired to want certain in things but it becomes the i need to shop in order to make me happy or i need to go buy a new dress because my ex husband and his new wife is going to be at the party and i need to look like i'm better than him. I'm happier the him and i mean a better place. That's where a lot of it becomes because as you're not doing it to make you feel good. You're doing it so others can think you're better or that. You you actually feel good when really deep down inside you don't and how last night i was watching the crown <hes> which is a netflix it is it really is and i've and i fell asleep sleep on a couple of episodes so i had to go back but the one i watched last night was called the kennedys okay and it was about how the queen of england queen elisabeth the best of her majesty <hes> she was competitive with jacqueline onassis kennedy or kennedy onassis said it backwards but but i it kind of shocked doc to me that you know someone is great and it's wonderful of the queen of the queen of england you could feel insecure around you know jack jackie kennedy and how it was just it's fascinating but i just watched it last night. -ception your perception right reception reality and then we we naturally sometimes unfortunately we posture ourselves against other people so i meet you. I introduced myself. We starts with the with the grip right. Do you have a firm handshake right that that's so the sense of strength but then and i'm gonna look you up and down. We're gonna look at your shoes. I'm gonna look at your hair. I'm looking for something that you have to say well. Maybe i'm better than you because my hair straight yours is not right. I'm looking for something. That's gonna make me feel better because again. There's something about me that there's some type of discord. There is such a competitiveness about it. There is and it's like we do so so what's the first thing that people typically ask you are find. Try to find out about you. Within a matter of minutes of meeting you do what are you doing. What else are you married. How old you are you are. That's a big one question because i think men kind of stay away from that when it comes to women but they do want to know and other women definitely wanna know yes absolutely mice ice gave a straighter than yours. I'm you know we're we're. We're we're looking for things. We size up anything. I mean if you think think about it any difference that i can identify that i have over. You may makes me believe i'm better than you are have a sense of power over manner so neanderthal all about two with even their own fil physical attributes things seriously yeah they are. They're so immature about it. Women are too. I'm not the thing i'm just saying you know. There's there's just like. I don't know very <hes> some of the thinking surrounding. This topic that we're talking about is just <hes> as i said like very neanderthal. It's at the heart of it. There's a sense of insecurity now again. That's not all materialism because i do think that sometimes there's certain things that we want you go to work all day. You work hard. There are certain things that you want to buy but again. What is the root. Why is that the thing that you want. Do you want simply because you're on facebook and you've seen a bunch of people with it. You don't you don't really have any the idea about the product release effective or not you just want someone else. Has your brain downloads images all day long all day. Long your influence your advertising advertising advertising advertising like so yesterday i went to go buy some fabric. I'm doing a couple of improvements in my home that i put off for years but it's like what influences me to pick certain things and i was thinking about it in its from flipping through magazines and just being out in the world and you see what other people have or what what what something looks it's like <hes> you know the difference you learn at early age or at least i did what i thought was beautiful and what i did. Not you know based on its structure. Its color. Its it's depth all kinds of things right on. You're hitting on a different topic with that. You're talking about now. How does certain possessions identity. I do think a lot of times we a utilized possessions to express a sense of who we believe. We are right yeah. I think you know how do people get to know you sometimes without talking to you. They have an idea of who you are. Because of how you look how you dress how you carry yourself that gives them a sense of what box they can put. You and i think a lot of times people know that and they start to dress a certain way or by certain things that people you can have an understanding of who they are. Well go ahead well. I and i agree with that and i think it is a reflection both of your style but it can also be a reflection section of yes. Where is your motive coming from ray. I know my style. My mom's very traditional. I cannot live in a house that way very low. Oh you know hippy color you know and that's how i dress shoe and and oftentimes she'll be like you know you just don't address your age and i'm like sure do they're great difference in perspective but also yes is indicated of of motive there. How what's what's the perception of me. I could care less right. I'm gonna be comfortable yeah and dress the way i want to you. You hit on on this earlier when you talked about geographical geographical location and how in some areas materialism matters than others i i'm originally from california and i was always used to wearing loud colors bright colors. The neon greens oranges inches all that well when i moved to college in oklahoma people were looking at me we are i had on bright colors up thinking like hey. I'm just a bubbly happy person and like you know that's that's how i reflect my personality. I'm approachable because i have these colors that are going to stand out but in oklahoma over time i started to notice that that that expression myself was kinda dole and i started to wear more basic your your earth tone colors and things of that nature in in your geographical location does influence you know your materialism and how berkshire so and oklahoma is a much more progressive straight state than than <hes> texas on so many different levels and you wouldn't think it would be that way so brilliantly. I mean marijuana's legal there. Now you know so. Why does it really is probably don't believe. I don't believe that i mean i understand now. What you mean by progressive then i'm thinking about materialism. I'm not thinking well. Maybe alcohol is of course <hes> clearly been been illegal for many many years. I mean prohibition did not work <hes> and but it just astounds me that marijuana's not legal in all of the united states of america but yet alcohol is i mean it just doesn't even make sense. We've got people in in prison for possession. That should not be there when we're letting murderers out into the street so when money's involved then you start to see people's kind of their their their morality morality are their their sense of understanding in concern for other people starts to decrease so now you're starting to see since money can be capitalized right. We there's there's money involved. You're starting to see a lot. More places are saying hey. We're going to decriminalize we're going to do it's all about the money instead of looking at the nutritional national values that it may have or they help values that may have. It's really about the money if you can say that hey i opened a marijuana forum. Now i have millions and millions of dollars. I'm all for the marijuana movement. The five years ago i was and i was against. It's all about the money because again that puts me in a situation where hey look at me. I have more than what you have a case in point. There's a famous murderer and that's what i was referring to so. I'll explain myself quickly here. There was a famous murder that happened in california back in. When would you know what i'm talking about from that murder mystery <hes> the stay sexy. Don't get married. Guess stay sexy. Don't get murdered. It's a really popular podcast. I'm the two girls are brilliant <hes> and they talk and so they talk about famous murders it. It was a case in california where a man picked up a young girl a fifteen year old girl a hitchhiker who run away. She might even have been shoot even been fourteen but he raped her. He sodomized her. He cut off both of her arms. Sewer down the end up over a cliff not far from the highway five left for dead. He got he was the maximum penalty for that was like i believe relief ten or twelve years he only got eight and then he got off on parole early after doing that to a woman and yet we have people in prison for possession of marijuana it just it doesn't even make sense to me. You know rich no no yeah. That's a great question..
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Show, the travel planners radio show, and we thank you very much for listening. We do ask a favor though YouTube has changed some of their protocols and in order to keep some of the privileges that we have and can continue to bring you videos from all over the world. We need you to subscribe, seriously. We have to free free cost anything, and you get a bunch of spam, just when we put up a new video, you get an Email, so you can check it out. It's YouTube dot com forward slash kevinandsuetravel. And yes, we're begging begging for guests today, we have with us Terry Marshall holder and she has been all over the place. He's been to Switzerland, which is one of our favorite places. We've been to that's been the most recently, Terry is a travel writer and tell us how the heck did you get started travel writing and going to all these places all over the world. I definitely didn't take additional path. I had a career in law as a truck misstate administrator doing death and taxes for about twenty five thirty years and gradually faith that out as I started writing about my travels, and then one thing led to another. And now I'm no longer doing that. And having a lot more fun. Yes, you are. Prior to it into broadcasting, Terry, I was in the banking business. Young man's business. I decided if I was going to do something, I'd do something I enjoy and never looked back. Live and so much better Jerry just back, Kevin from Gaston, Switzerland. And I was looking at her Facebook, and all my guy, Terry tell us a little bit about this bridge between two mountain peaks that you're walking across the scary part of the trip trip, is absolutely lovely just outside of there is a glacier, walk. And there's a I think all the peak walk. It's a bridge between two mountain peaks, the only one in the world and it's not long. But when you're on it, then you're looking down at that out beneath your feet is a little bit long for someone with us life here fight. But I did it. I did it very slowly. I held onto the handrails and I was very happy to say that I did it but I was also happy to get off the bridge. Did it bounce when you walked on it, you know, thankfully, it wasn't too bad? I've been on before that were very much of winging type bridge. This is a lot more a dirty than that. I guess is that good swift engineering? You know the. Remember, Swiss cheese as. Eighty those kind of things don't entice me. I was looking at a photo here and it said that it's three thousand meters up while yes, yes. So I guess that's roughly nine thousand feet so there's high, and it's interesting, though, because when I was onto opposite end of it when I get the other end and I'm taking photos and looking at everything for head to cross back, one of the rescue workers was climbing over the fence to go down into the mount begins working on something. But I was freaking out watching him. Exactly. But yeah, it was a great experience. Then we follow that by glacier, hike out to this really wonderful munch spot. Overlooking the glacier, it was fun. Yeah. We've traveled a lot in Europe and throughout Switzerland, Germany. And so on. I must confess I've not been to start. But I understand that is quite the ritzy hoity-toity place or can be. It can't be quite comfortable. You don't feel like you need to be hoity toity, but it is a nice all the Tony shops in the town or village beautiful. But I was the guest of a hotel there. Well to hotels that each hotel luxury hotels in town, H, one would host our group for dinner one night, and we experience each of the places and they were just lovely. I have to say the town itself. It was magical to me. I mean there's a little horse-drawn that goes through the drive ROY says his dog with him, and he actually started a on experience with the fund. Do slakes variance where you ride in the back of his play covered? And they have the chief on do for you while you're writing in the snow. Pretty good. Yeah. It's like you've got wind and snow. You really can't lose. Did Swiss wreck let the cheese in little pickles and onions and Salamis. Joba wide. This is kind of been the playground of the rich and famous over the years though as it has. Yes, I heard a rumor was there. And I didn't there that Madonna has helped Zayn one of the peak luxury hotels in town. I think Jacqueline Onassis used to be one of their people who had visit and his known in those articles as a place to go. I love to is. I'm not a skier. I tried miserably. It was nice to have that worked for non skiers, which I think a lot of people just avoid going to play that they don't ski right thing had something new. Call the fat tire biking where you are actually writing on regular bicycles that have really wide tires, that grip the snow you try that. I did. And I loved it. Bye thought of going on the snow and one of these spikes kinda like that's gonna work, but it was really a fun experience. And you really got to be a part of the no activities without the skier, which really nice. Yeah. How did you get up the mountain to that place where the bridge was, we had a it's like a gondola? Okay. Yeah. And it was so funny, because our Greek is on. And then all these skiers. Get on and they've all got their keys and this clock cloth getting on the biggest gap filling it up, filling it up. Okay. A little bit scary to me because it was so many people on there. But they know what they're doing seem, particularly and some of the German Alps the hang glider, guys, or drunken flavors, dragonflies what they call them, and they put their hang gliders on top of the Gundel. There's like a luggage rack up there, and they all pile on and yeah, it gets a little windy. It gets to be fun. Yeah. You're hoping for no one that's for sure. So while their activities, what else was there to do? Their did they take you around town and show, you different places? I actually a day, just roaming the village because it's such a pretty little town and had amazing art galleries. It's really interesting things to see and the shop the court designer and that kind of thing, but it's the feel of it, and there's one section of town. There's an ice skating rink at the edge of town. And I saw this woman with a toddler toddler skate because, you know, they learned from two years old, but they don't have very far to fall down. No. When they fall. I do. Exactly, I spend time in the town. And then also the hotel were just lovely thought time, which was wonderful. That's always welcome. And just incredible meals. I mean, there's a lot of gourmet restaurants and award winning chef town. So everything was just really, really good. Great terry. Can you give us a website, our listeners can go and take a look at all these? Yes. Tourism WWW that the AB the cheaper, we need to take a break..
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"Because nothing they did make any made any sense. And then one Friday, I got forty Loza power, and I came out, and I I read it, and I came back. It was it was taken avail away. And I said, oh now I understand. They're just followed rules that were completely not apparent to me. And it really it changed the whole way I saw human interaction. And when I'm reading your newest books your news book. Now, it goes one level deeper than that about the laws of human nature. So I I'm getting value out of it. Even now, and I think most people listening to the show today were cognitively aware of some of the stuff. But the way you described in the book, it it takes a little deeper. I I wanna ask you about a couple of laws that are probably I don't maybe or controversial or less less likely and tell me about the law of gender rigidity. How did you come up with that? What is it? You practically the first person ever asked me about that chapter. So that's really really interesting because it was one of my most fund chapters. I feel very close to it. But nobody wants to talk about it. The idea is that you know, I'm trying to get it who we are in the most natural sense of our biology and clearly as it's been demonstrated we all have traits of the opposite sex. So we have hormones of the opposite sex, but even more important another physical factors, but even more. Importantly, our earliest years were deeply embedded with somebody of the opposite gender. Most formative was powerfully for young for boys with their mothers. But also for young girls with their fathers. So those figures in our earliest child who were so susceptible in so vulnerable to influence at a major impact. So we carry the spirit of the man of that mother fake here with incident can also be siblings or sisters, etc. And women carried deep within that kind of archetypal father figure that's in. So people are not as male or female as they appear. They carry the traits of the opposite sex. And this is something that deeply affects our choices of of romantic partners that we have. So if we feel of we are kind of in denial of that feminine side of. As a man we're going to search for women who compensate for that who have those qualities that we are missing that we secretly have. But are repressing in our frayed of. So it will generate are the kinds of people will relent romantically attracted to so. For instance, I talked about Jacqueline Onassis Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, her father was incredible rake who couldn't stay loyal to anyone for very long. He was a charm. Good with words seducing women left right and center, she was totally devoted to her father. She she was the main influence on her life and low and behold throughout her life, all she did was fall in love with exact duplicates of her father much to her dismay men who could never be loyal to her. She was repeating the childhood trauma childhood pattern throughout her life. And I give instance, after instance example, after example of how this affects men and women. So I want you to become the the main influence influence here was young and his theory of the OnDemand on him, which I won't go into now. But they simply there are some this power that you possess by letting go of this repressions rigidity that you have and accepting this other side of yourself. And it doesn't mean that a man suddenly starts wearing dresses in becomes feminine or woman becomes Butch. It's quite the opposite. It's more. Like, you bring that side of your personality into your work into your thinking process. You loosen yourself up feminine styles of thinking that amendment styles of leadership styles of of interacting with people are immensely powerful. And they're part of who you are as a man. So accessing that Blackley making more of the men make you a more rounded and authentic figure the same thing for women. But you know, and they're..
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The rest of the week. The weekend you noticed. 'cause I saw you tweet. This outreach tweeted out Roswell Jacqueline Onassis, Kennedy's younger, check leans younger sister passed away at the age of eighty five Donny posted a really cool pictorial of those who women going back to when they were debutants and just their life. And they really I think it's interesting how much they just don't look alike until they're older. Yeah. Hey, just don't look alike. And when there were more youthful. I mean, Jackie O was so much prettier in my opinion, and then her sister, and then as they age, they look alike, but it's but she is a big. I mean, Laura you read this to she was a big fashion. You know, she dated Aristotle Onassis were her sister. And she introduced the, and they kind of had this back and forth. Yeah. But I mean who else knows each other better than two sisters. He's not good for me. But you can't. Yeah. You would like share does invite me on the at and she shows up in the ninety nine glimpses of Princess Margaret because their their paths. Cross Lee Radziwill bookie read. Yeah. About Princess Margaret Queen Elizabeth's younger sister because when she married her second husband, the prince Radziwill. He'd actually had given up his titles, and he was titlis, but she was very committed to be known as her Royal Princess, whatever, you know, she wanted to have that in Princess Margaret schooled her in a way that I guess Princess Margaret was known for doing. But the interesting thing in that book, you know, just kind of like we don't understand like this people who want to have title now. All this while we know we've learned from the Countess so Princess Margaret is third in line to the throne when she's six years old and every time there's another birth of somebody. She goes further and further down, Harry. Yeah. And it's kind of a she was very much. You know, she couldn't marry Peter Townsend the he was divorced, and he was like eighteen years her senior, and he did have two kids and the Queen didn't want her to marry him. And all these things have changed. But anyway, Princess Margaret has encounters with Lee Radziwill, and then Lee reds wells. Third husband was her bras where I think is a movie producer, and they are getting divorced. But. Yes. She does have she'd be an interesting one to do a vintage scandal. Because she also Princess Margaret Lee Radziwill Truman Capote if they were all in New York the studio fifty four the period of time that was opened the Warhol connection. Yeah. Had two children and she had a daughter, Anna, Cristina, Rad's wealth, ever, son. Anthony was married to Caroline Brad's. Well, yes, apparently Lee did not think too much. I'm Caroline becoming a housewife. Oh, I'm sure she had died, and we're talking about Carolina mas- the house in so in he died of cancer and how sad for for Lee. You know, that her son dies at such a young age five years old and. You know? I don't know. I don't know. Yeah. I she's she would have had a totally different mindset about everything. I mean, she's eighty-five she had a home in New York. And in Paris. I always think that Sheena Libya to Haviland were friends. Alfred they would each smoke there to capris the day when they're having after noon cherry when they're both are in Paris in the same of the same block. Oh, yeah. Well, you know, and so she worked at one point. In fashion. He was always in the front row up until recently like twenty twelve and maybe even pass that in the front rows of all the fashion. Shows and she went on the trip to India with Jackie is first lady when the what's her name, Diana re Linda, vulgar, bizarre, whatever which I can't remember which magazine and she decreed pink is the navy blue of India. Okay. And there's a there's a woman who did a documentary and pink and how all the weight that that color carries with that. Was that on Sunday morning? Yeah. Yeah. Pink. It was kind of interesting. So she started interior design firm. She had corporate and wealthy clients. She had a spread in architectural digest airline Jackie's daughter is named after her sister. Because her sister's name is Caroline Lee. But always went by the name Lee. And care. Yeah. So so they were you know, sometimes there, and and miss in the president Kennedy was the godfather to the reds wills daughter, Christina. So where's Anna, Christina? I've not seen any pictures. I don't know. But anyway, she introduced the analysis analysis to him. And of course, she had to break up with trim Capote after he wrote that book, which the one that we talked about Johnson. We read the book the swans. It was just like five years ago. This one's a Park Avenue. Yes. Told retold the sole story about the good it was. So she I liked my daughter-in-law being on housewife's of New York either. It's just seems so beneath her where else should weird fed. I thought. Yeah, she would have been she would feel about that the way Kim Kardashian dressed in this outfit today in the Terri Mugler nineteen ninety eight gown that is made for grow with a flat. Chest I watch now office in an effort to work today in holding. Successful. I ask people about what they thought of that in one person. So it looks like the dresses. I'm backwards. Wishing. Posted this and then they showed it from the runway from the teary Mugler. Yeah. Yeah. Just like outrageous was she's as flat as me. Yeah. Could wear a boo belt construction, such as this Kim's breaststroke lake there flattened in a pancake thing and her one big nipple is ready is leaking on the side. It's posted it is. It's. As the most attractive, man. Who is that man? Even though he's hairstyle is Chris Appleton was the Hollywood beauty awards. Lovely. So someone tweets from Brad's. Well, yeah. And this is this is the. Yeah. This is February sixteenth. And there's a picture of Jackie O and her sister, Caroline Lee. And they're walking down the street with bodyguards. It looks like behind him. And it says don't let it be forgot that once there was a spot for brief shining moment that was known as Camelot Royd with. I know. Well, but here's another one the wasps nap so much is because they've been drinking since ten AM. I love this re grads. Well, I know it's kind of funny. It's all devoted to like. Oh, my gosh of her like, here's one I am my own Valentine on Valentine's Day. I am big who knew Alan Dershowitz could sink lower than defending Klaus von Bulow. Ooh. He murder us to random is. Okay. Sorry. We gotta go a random thing about Lee reds. Well, and the juxtaposition of Kim Kardashian his class in class. We'll be back. Previously on Jason and Alexis. I wish we didn't have to sleep with six eight hours. I wish we could recharge like an iphone like an electric car. You know that we can just plug you plug it in plug it in after two hours or batteries full. That will eventually come true in my little sci-fi, terrific heart that we will in the future be able to charge ourselves. I hope that would be great plug like appointments into something are privates into something. Aren't we are doing that? Bringing you everything entertainment Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer dawn on mytalk one zero seven one. He everybody it's.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Documentary deadline artists breslin Hamel tabloid columnists who for decades where the scribes of. And four working class New York breslin died in two thousand seventeen Hamill is still writing, but the newspaper world, they populated is all but vanished journalist and author Jonathan alter co directed and co produced the documentary with Steve McCarthy and John block, John alter welcome to on the media. Thanks, bob. Good to be here. Breslin and ham over giants. But they were giants mainly of the last century and mainly of New York City for the benefit of younger generations, and those of our listeners beyond the five boroughs who are these guys every community in the United States had a local newspaper columnist who was basically a Jimmy breslin wannabe. That's how big breslin was. Hamel was not as famous as Jimmy breslin. But he was a sort of dashing figure he was dating the most famous woman in the world, Jacqueline Onassis and a top movie star Shirley MacLaine at the same time. Neither of these guys finished college. They both came from the streets, and they reported on the streets. What's remarkable about these two? And I guess, you know, this better than anybody is that there were larger than life at almost exactly the same way, they were creatures of the street pounding out columns for the tabloids. In fact, here's one of the star. Journalists you interviewed for the film early greedy days of journalism. You didn't have an Ivy league degree and you never made a particularly good salary. You were much more launch really of the street. Then you were. When the whole thing became, a profession that voice sounds familiar. Here's how Pete Hamill expressed a similar thought.
"jacqueline onassis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Documentary deadline artists breslin and Hamel tabloid columnists who for decades where the scribes of and four working class New York. Breslin died in two thousand seventeen Hamill is still writing, but the newspaper world, they populated is all but vanished journalist and author Jonathan alter co directed and co produced the documentary with Steve McCarthy and John block, John alter welcome to on the media. Thanks, bob. Good to be here. Breslin and Hammo were giants. But they were giants mainly of the last century and mainly of New York City for the benefit of younger generations, and those of our listeners beyond the five boroughs who are these guys every community in the United States had a local newspaper columnist who was basically a Jimmy breslin. Wanna be? That's how big breslin was Pete Hamill was not as famous as Jimmy breslin. But he was a sort of dashing figure he was dating the most famous woman in the world, Jacqueline Onassis and a top movie star Shirley MacLaine at the same time. Neither of these guys finished college. They both came from the streets, and they reported on the streets. What's remarkable about these two? And I guess, you know, this better than anybody is that there were larger than life at almost exactly the same way, they were pugnacious creatures of the street pounding out columns for the tabloids. In fact, here's one of the star. Journalists you interviewed for the film the early gritty days of journalism. You didn't have an Ivy league degree and you never made a particularly good salary. You. Were much more naturally of the street. Then you were when the whole thing became a profession that voice sounds familiar. Here's Pete Hamill expressed a similar thought once.