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"jane hid" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Thanks for joining us on this monday. Edition of classic radio theater an episode today of my friend. Irma starring marie wilson as was originally also broadcast on a monday march eighth nineteen forty eight in the newspapers of that monday. Seventy three years ago these were some of the headlines democratic national chairman. J howard mcgrath. Last night denied rumors that he is quitting the job. He said the denial also goes for gayle sullivan. Executive director of the committee mcgrath. A formal statement described the reports as part of a plan to destroy the confidence of democrats in their leadership. He referred specifically to a broadcast last night by drew pearson which she called pulse as the rest in his broadcast last night pearson prefaces remarks about the political situation with the title inside. The democratic national committee said no president has ever lost so much ground in four weeks. Harry truman situation. So bad the both howard mcgrath and gayle sullivan. Chairman and director of the committee would like to resign they had enough figures to plug the leaks in the truman dyke ice rain and snowstorms played great. Part of the nation yesterday disrupting travel and utility services in several areas. Two men were killed. Two missing twenty nine others injured when a midnight exposure could be heard for ten miles level the plastics factory in waltham massachusetts bodies the to workers removed from the wrecked inter late chemical corporation and the rescuers worked with a power shovel to clear. The rubble will body so badly charred they could not be immediately identified governor james l. mcconnell became connecticut's chief executive a year ago after distinguished career as a college administrator died. Suddenly yesterday the sixty old republican governor former president of knox college and wesleyan university died twenty four hours after he had been admitted to hartford hospital suffering from intestinal influenza fillet dollah cheapie. A bulgarian minister to london reside yesterday. In protests against the establishment of the soviet system in eastern europe. He said he would work as a private citizen for restoration of liberty and democracy in his country. Mrs florence hubbard a sixty eight year old thirty dollars a week department saleslady almost as thrilled yesterday over a telephone call from her top boss as she was about a call from aradio show which i awarded her a twenty two thousand five hundred dollar jackpot prizes for identifying comedian. Jack benny is a walking man. Mrs hubbard a widow on one of hundreds of employs. Oh carson pirie scott and company never had met are talk to her boss before she identified betty the walking man saturday night when she received a call from ralph edwards semester ceremonies of the truth or consequences broadcast on nbc. She was nervous and a little worried when edwards in beni invited her to be a guest on their programs in hollywood next weekend. She said you'd have to ask the store. I if she could go within a few minutes. She received a congratulatory call. When the president of the store. John t period saying it was fine to go west some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of monday march eighth nineteen forty eight on your radio. My friend irma which continues now on classic radio. Theater lowers for jasey. Oh hear ya boy thankfully o. Erva therefrom richard view. And here's a card on a. Isn't this sweet. It says we'll never quarrel again. I'm looking forward to dinner tonight. Love richard thoughtful love him. Oh yes. I wonder what our will bring probably wax paper. So what he can't eat he can take home. You should pick on like that. Something is going to be a big man. And he couldn't be a big man if he was wearing stilts. That boyfriend of yours has more angles in a four way. cold tablets. jane hi chicken. Hello alison chicken. Jane a box of assorted chocolates really. Let's see three peanut bars. One old nick. Two packages life savers. This is quite a present diamond. Jim dangerous work. I shook that candy machine. Till i was blue in the fame. Look here's a card for male o. L. i could kiss you for this card. What does it say. Love is a path between two hearts from which we have never swerved so say those words. I've longed to hear dying dinner esther. Jane isn't the another longfellow. Yeah but longfellow road from suffering al rights from hunger. Don't talk about al that way jane. Al did that job. Come through with craig oil. No chicken got interested in a great deal. it's a derek with a ferris wheel attached. So if you don't strike oil you can open an amusement park challenge wonderful you see what hidden talents. He has jane hidden. They should be exiled g. Jane isn't wonderful now. I've got ala back. And you've got richard back. But i'm still not happy now. What's the matter. honey. I keep thinking of the professor michio riley. I can't be happy. If i know other people are unhappy but honey what can we do about it. Well i've got a plan. No no wait. A minute irma. no. I'll be right back. Oh what do you think chicken is up to. I don't know albert. I'm afraid she's out on a mercy errand. He's probably gonna try to get professor. Podcast and mrs o'reilly down here together. She ain't got a chance. You know although chickens got a great hot. I don't think she's got much tech j. Well i'll put it this way al. If erm i had been a diplomat during the civil war not only with the north of the south but the eastwood is slugged. It out with the west. You keep an eye on the pot roast while i get the phone. Hello oh hello richard. Oh your flowers. Were just beautiful. Yeah dinner will be at seven. We're having a pot. Roast and irma accomplishes what i think she's trying to do. We may have the police for dessert to you. When i see you goodbye. Richard house rosedale never tasted anything better. Oh i want you to do was just to me. It's all fixed armagh. They're coming for dinner he has. I told mrs o'reilly was surprised. And i couldn't tell her who the fellow was well. What about the professor. We had a girlfriend for him. Who is a combination of rita hayworth and a lot of turner put together chicken. How could you say that. The two of them put together about as old as mr ryland way about the same chicken. The professing fall for that. Did he did when i showed him this picture. Of course he he doesn't know who it is. Let me see who is this. System is laura but this must have been taken when she was eighteen years old janice getting a woman. Not a car doesn't have.
"jane hid" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Scuba-divers the yanking me with ropes to get out of the way underwater but and then i didn't know until i saw the movie if i lived or died a shot me Swimming up when we the last thing we shot was out in california and they shot me swimming up on the shore and hugging the rocks. And you know thank you. thank you. thank you And i didn't know which they were gonna use till we went to see the film but it was the at before the star wars movies came out it was the grossing highest grossing sequel of all time for a short period of time. And it's not the first jaws be. Let's be honest but it's a pretty good sequel. I thought and considering it'd be audience doesn't know what goes into the making of a film. They just want to see a good show. But when you know the backstory of the director who you know normally get a year to prepare a movie in two weeks. The writer. Carl gottlieb from the first jaws also second goal He came in and rewrote the movie as we win the night before we'd shoot a scene it'd be writing it in his hotel room and then we show up and do it so Knowing that those two guys pulled off a amazing amazing job and and plays every two minutes on tbs or folk. So it's been very good to me. Do you have any stories. About working. With roy scheider. Roy did not want to be there at all. He had a he was supposed to do the deer hunter. And the they wouldn't let him out of his contract because he headed in his claws to do a sequel to this so he was there against his will and had to give up that movie. He barely talked to any of us kids. He does he desire to do his job. And if he wasn't filming he was sitting on a lounge chair in a speedo with one of those. Those metal refund reflected under his face That was my image of roy sitting there with a thing under his face Perfectly nice guy. Keith gordon who was in just two and played the younger roy in all that jazz. He said he was a completely different guy on that movie because he wanted to be here for that one and he's he's a real nice guy but i never really got to talk to him that much at all. They did it. They threw a birthday party for me. A for all of us. We were there eleven months but it my birthday party. he did. Give me a farah fawcett puzzle. So i still have it somewhere it. I never opened it. You know her her. Her poster was made into a puzzle. That was roy. That's a pretty good memory. I just haven't had puzzled. I wanna see that puzzle too but So got one other story would ask you about before. We jump into star trek As you mentioned earlier that lucille ball was one of the primary reasons you want to pursue acting. You wanted to go to hollywood. And i read your book that you actually did get to meet lucille early on me. I got the hollywood. So i'd love to hear that story. And then to of the fact that you did get to work with her in eighty six a few years after you're a star trek appearance on on her show life with lucy. Got gal gordon. let's start the talks early in in your book. You write about this. I love here in the story. Let's first start with the first thing you do. When billions and gets the hollywood most people would go to The hollywood bowl or dodger stadium. Or i went straight from the airport. Lucy's house i wanted to her and So i pull up in front of her house and jane who was my girlfriend at the time she had she hides under the dashboard. She seems to be getting out of the car. What are you doing. So i gotta go meet her and jane hidden in the car. I walked up the brick walkway. Knock on the door and houseboy. Answer the door. I said billy vans to see lucille ball. And he said he's not home. Slammed the door in my face. I got back in the car and we drove away. Kenya's later. I had now gotten to know her and been invited to her house. So we're sitting in the house. We're talking about a bunch of different things. And i said you'll ever meet charlie chaplin and said i can see his work in your work but never saw picture of the two of you together and she said no. I never met him. But i'll tell you a story in nineteen seventy six. My husband and i were in switzerland. And i found out where he lives so we drove over to his house. But gary wouldn't get out of the car. He was hiding into the dashboard. So i got out and he said where are you going. So i'm gonna meet charlie chaplin and she walked up the wall the brick walkway she knocked on the door She said a big fat housekeeper to the door and she said lucille ball here to see charlie chaplin and she said he's not home and slam the door interface. It was pretty mindblowing meeting here. That story almost word for word of what happened to me. I'd never told her my version of that story. 'cause we had just prior to that had just been talking about Her house was right on the corner and accessible to the street. You know there's no big wall or anything and they said oh no offense flan fans get out of hand we just we press button bars. Come down over the ceiling over the windows. So i thought well i better not tell them my story or they're gonna throw me out of here but the bars down so but the meeting her was fantastic Got the work with her. Which was phenomenal for me And dusenberry who was in jaws. Two with me was cast to play her daughter on the final series and she called me as soon as she got the job and Immediately jumped on a plane gonna meet luciana work with her. You know and i ended up. Did guy did get to work with her. Which was phenomenal. That was that was pretty. You know kidney candy store for me. It was great. I got actually find that up some new to you. Know you've seen it but it is on youtube. That episode is called. Lucy mix curtis bites the dust. So anybody wants to see it. You can check it out. I'll try and put some links up some rain in our social media but europeans coming towards like the third act of the. Show your your delivery person. And you get to do a a gale gordon which i imagine have also been really amazing for you. It was so cool. The first day walked onto the set as an actor the first week. Oh they are just there to the watch. And then i found a script in a role for myself. So i went forced my way into the casting directors office who probably should have call the police and i insisted i had to have an audition so i ended up getting that part and the first day i walked onto the set The following monday gale came up to me and stuck out his hand and said welcome to the family. That was pretty cool and the plot made no sense. It made no sense at all. You know lucy something on the hardware stores computer and then the whole world thinks gale. 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"jane hid" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark
"She's described as bobbly and funny she's really genuine and she's really easy to get along with all the pictures of these women are just you'd be friends with all of them you know. She is live in nanny and the two young children she nannies adore her she's friends with the mother even though a big age difference, she's just a really easy to get along with person and in fact, the mother had spoken to her. They've talked on the phone for like four hours a couple days before and an even discussed the disappearance of Sarah spiers. So Jane's friends tell the police that they had hit a couple of different nightspots including club Bayview few were Sarah had last hung out, and there's a long line at one of the clubs. So Jane's friends decide to take a taxi home, but Jane wants to stay behind the. had been installed in Clermont after Sarah had disappeared. And it actually caught footage of Jane standing outside the Club called the continental at twelve. Oh, four am so sh-. It's it's like busy. There's people hanging out outside and smoking and like lively it's not like it's a desolate area. She seems like she's waiting for someone like maybe a taxi she's leaning on a pole she's laughing the camera catches her talking to an unknown man she's just laughing with him. It pans away and when it pans back, she's fucking gone I'm fifty five days later, an actually sorry that the footage isn't released Intel two thousand and eight. Why? Because they wanted to keep I don't know they wanted to keep things under wraps. They sent it to NASA to try to get more foot more information and they couldn't, and they just kept it under wraps, which is weird fifty five days later on August third a families out for the day in the Bush land a Wellard about twenty five miles south of Clermont. The mother. She's looking at these were called DEF- lillies. She sees the biggest one she's ever seen. So she kind of walks through the brush to look at it and she feels something brushing the back of her leg. This feels like. Fate in a weird creepy way, she turns to see what was she was feeling and she sees a tiny foot sticking out of some rush. And it is she had found the naked body, of Jane, hidden under some brush WHOA. Yeah. Yeah. What are the odds? That's crazy it's just creepy. It's savable her remains or to to decompose to confirm a cause of death. But an autopsy does show that she had a prominent injury on her neck that's consistent with a knife wound. So. It's reported to the media that pot. Okay. So then the same day on a road, less than a mile from where the Roy Jane's body was found. They the investigators found a pocket knife and it had a telecom logo on it. So Telecom which I'm going to call it turns into. This company called tell stress I'm going to call it that from now on. So Telstra. Is. Largest telecommunications company basically like at and t or verizon like phone lines Internet, they do all that Shit. So the knife was issued as standard equipment to Telstra workers..
"jane hid" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Color, but it's also with his 98 rollbacks of environmental regulations is just creating more pollution in the communities that are already ah, disproportionately impacted. And of course, we see that With Kovac, 19 and I think it's really highlighted air pollution and environmental justice issues when we've seen that. Living in polluted communities are dying, especially people of color in African America at twice or three times the rate of white residents. And so I believe that the cove at 19 is really highlighted. Ah, the impact of ah core environment on health outcomes. We know that over 71% as let latte next people live in nonattainment areas, clean air standards, and I looked over 70% of African Americans. So we can understand now why there's such glaring health disparities and why the's communities are dying of covert 19 at a higher rate. The stars. We invite you to call in and ask Peggy Sheppard. Anything about environmental justice or tell us something about it that you're thinking, Be it a local issue. If you're in the New York area or local to wherever you happen to be, or national Green New Deal issue six for six for 35 70 to 86 46435 70 to 80 for Peggy Shepherd, founder of We Act for environmental justice. She's had been at this since 1988 and has become so prominent in as she points out what is now and more people's awareness than It never was before and kind of suddenly for a lot of Americans over the last few years. Let's say this thing called environmental justice. It's not new, but it's newly being centered. 646435 70 to 80 646435 70 to 80 We invite you to call in or tweet a question or a comment at Brian Lehrer. Peggy, What do you think of the Sierra Club announcement? On the racism of its founder, John Muir. Were you surprised that they came out so explicitly? Well. Michael Brune, who's the president of Sierra Club has been very active in promoting environmental justice and promoting hunger climate platform that centers equity. No, it doesn't surprise me that they stand that, of course, those about the Environmental justice movement have known about John Muir and talked about this for decades. So I believe that there has been a kind of a coming to Jesus moment for many of the big green organizations who have not. Centered people of cup. Ah, in their organizations. And, of course, that's AH, Hold another issue. Uh, when we think about the lack of diversity in and green group And you probably know there's been a green two point over court that looks at the state of diversity and environmental organizations. And so Michael, Grune and many, many others. Haven't issuing statements around black lives matter and that you exploit death and it's really creating. Ah, ah Real sea change in how the green groups are developing diversity strategies, improving their hiring on and there has been an improvement hiring The problem is is that they're leaking talent and have not been able to necessarily sustained the recruitment of people of color for a variety of reasons, but the fear club admission It does not surprise me. Also their last think two chairs of the board have been people of color on African American heiress from Albany like you who you are. And Ramon Cruz, who is putting the cannons or chair and so again, having diversity at the top levels of the organization, I think has really That organization to be better. Let's take a phone call Debbie and Lacey, New Jersey You're on WNBC with Peggy Shepherd. Hi, Debbie. Hi. Hello. I'm writing an environmental Bible study book for my church. Uh, so I guess, but I'm encountering as I talk to people and try to get people's views on the topic is Quite a few people believe that either man is not responsible for the environment or that we don't have any responsibilities. Do anything about it? Because This's kind of maybe God's plan. My God had had foretold in revelations, so they kind of don't want to take any responsibility for it. No, I don't even see it as a problem. What do you Recommend for talking to people in a church setting about the environment, how to get them to understand the issue and understand their responsibility. Well, you know, and many denominations there is the the Ah The concept of Of Ah, Creation theory. And if you really go back to the Bible, a CZ many denominations do so thoroughly. I think many parishioners will see. That you know the Bible and God and Jesus have really discussed the idea of maintaining a sustainable earth on maintaining the ICO. Diversity on DH, the biodiversity of our planet. And I think that when AH state leaders really go directly back to the Bible and teach those aspect that it should be influential, too many of those churchgoers and people of faith Jane in Great neck. You're on WNBC with Peggy Shepherd. Hi, Jane. Hide it. How you think it's taking my call? I have a question about the concept of life cycle costs. In other words, if you look at the wildlife refuge or you're with the area's Louisiana, your guests referred to, um The concept of how you repair the damage doesn't seem to be factored into how much this is costing our country. It seems to be more prominent in Europe that they take into the consideration the life cycle costs, so that's really my question. How does she do that? Well, we view that is very, very important, especially we have a lot of activists working on on toxics and chemicals. And you know the chemical lobby and the lobby has been very adamant about Really holding forth, not testing. You know, as you know, our federal government chest only a handful of of chemicals, and so we really Have a problem with the chemical and business industry that will not Focused on safety and so looking at the life cycle of our products is very important As you said, it's very it's very active in in Europe. But we have not been able to make that happen. Hopefully with a new administration, we can begin to to look at enforcement and studies around some of these chemicals on looking at the life cycle of our product. Certainly, you know, there's been a lot more Emphasis on this in terms of plastics and the plastic pollution that we're all living with Andi to that point when you say life silent when the life cycle and when the caller says life cycle of a product We're talking about, like building into the cost of a product the cost of disposing of the product eventually and of its packaging, rather than leaving that to the tax rolls down the line, right? Exactly or leaving it to Ah, landfill or to exporting it, Teo, You know, 1/3 World country, which doesn't have the kind of regulations to ensure protection of its residents and the environmental justice issue again. We have take a break. We'll come back and finish up with Peggy Shepherd. More of your phone calls. Stay with us. If.
"jane hid" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"A suspect who appears to be black. The cops are white. And Ah, he's being held down and one of the police officers is kneeling over him. Pummeling him. You could see the video would n j. Wanna 15 dot com? Ah, This was last Sunday night. 3 a.m. a place called Romeo's Famous Pizzeria. It's Ah, nine second video. I think I'm gonna watch it again. Urges you just see That is being held down. He's um being repeatedly pummeled. Other cops standing around watching and you say, How could this take place? After all that we've been through this year in 2020 with protest ng George Floyd and now you see this and you ask yourself, you throw your hands in the air. This sets relations back between the police and the community. And I feel bad for the police. Feel better, of course for the guy you beat, But I feel bad for the suspect for the police officers. Who? Ah, you know, trying to make strides. It's not easy to be a police officer right now. You know the way they're viewed by so many And unjustly, because so many are good cops. Go to work every day looking to protect and serve would take a paycheck. Go back to the towers. I think about how we love police. Then when you get in trouble, who do you call? 1 800 to 83101.5 when you see this, What do you think? Jane's in Florence under Jersey one on 1.5 I, Jane. Hide being on your show. Have not seen the video. Um er, I have a different take one with my link. How think about Bloxham was a surgeon, and ah, he NEA operated on a lot of you. Area accounting that we lived on a lot of the policemen and we respected them. He respected them. One thing we noticed if they lived at the gym, which is what brought them to have Children hernia, But he would have to show them. You got it booked Steroid week. So he always told me That he thinks that the royal range could have had a lot to do with these isolated incidents. That happened. We don't know. But Jane, we don't know this guy was on steroids. No way. We can't go there until we know That you know so much more about steroids. Now, you know that. I don't know that people would want to do them. Let me We knew all that, but they have to be still they have to be strong. What? They don't realize that this will affect their adrenal system Extended, you know, outer space. When they get somebody on the ground and you look at them, they kill each other. Just like the other darkies. Replete obtain. You cut now I'm sorry You're cutting out and I'm trying to keep track. Really? I don't think there's a steroid thing at all. But again. This is a nine second video. I've looked at it a 1,000,000,000 times. You see cops just standing there watching you see other cops holding the guy down. I'm counting like three guy. Three cops holding the guy down. The other cop is on his knees and he's pumped right. Left, right left. I don't see the rationale. I don't know what This guy could have done to rationalize that kind of beating and Usually I would expect there's something like this. You know swiftly, you would get some kind of statement. You would get some kind of explanation. From the prosecutor's office from the mayor. Whatever they're investigating, whether or not the action violated and J A s to C 3-7 used of just a viable force to effect an arrest or any related criminal statutes. What has to be done. I don't know what you know how long that investigation takes or whatever, but from what? I'm looking at that video I can't see it. What I do See is, you know whatever work has been built on police relations. Just take a step back. I've had so I that police officer's call in the last hour. You know about how they viewed it. And how do you want 100 to 831? 1.5. When you see the video and you say yourself or what? What would be the reason? How do you justify this? Your you got trained police officers. And you've got a number of them. Surrounding one guy. So how hard could it be to take that guy in Again. I'm not there. I don't know. But then you get off my train. You want to bring a police officer in here? Let him do a four hour talk show. He's not trained. Not that the jobs we're on equal levels just of what you know you have to be trained to do what you do. I would imagine. That police officer did you train to take suspects down and they must have figured they had it because others would you stand there watching? And another question. Why are they standing there Watching when you see something like this and not be able to say, Hey, Because they weren't the only ones watching. This was on video. And once it gets on video in 2020 years ago everywhere And you could see it on N J wanted 15 dot com So upon seeing the video Do you feel about the video? 1 800 to 83101.5 from Dan Alexander came. A county prosecutor's office is investigating what it calls a police incident after a brief video circulated online, showing an officer repeatedly punching a person on the ground. A version of the video that appears to be shared most widely starts off with four officers on the sidewalk, struggling with the person on the ground, a second in there's a cut in the video, several of the officers they're seeing standing around the individual, while three other informed individuals remain absolutely three other uniformed individuals remain on the ground with him. To holding him. The third on his knees, has seen punching the man on the ground at least seven times in quick succession. The police seen in the video appears to be white. The man being punched, being punched appears to be black. And this version has been posted. On YouTube posted to Twitter by Jeff Bill who tells CBS Philly. He witnessed the incident along with a person who shot the video. Joe Kirk in front of Romeos Famous Pizzeria. It's nine seconds long has no audio gives no context as to what to lead to the incident. Which to prosecute, his office said happened around 3 a.m. Sunday. So ah! I look at the video and I'm trying to find the rationale. And I'm just saying happy this happened now. And what we need here. Is ah explanation as quickly as possible..
"jane hid" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"The humans share more than ninety eight percent of the same DNA with chimpanzees. Which is probably why. There's always been a fascination with them to what we know of them is mostly because of one woman whose name has become synonymous with chimps. Jane Goodall Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica. Today's explorer is one of the world's most famous primatology. She's best known for her decades. Long Research. Wild compansy let's talk about. Jane Goodall Jane Goodall was born Valerie. Jane Morris Goodall Nineteen thirty four in London. Her Father Mortimer was a businessman and her mother. Margaret was a novelist who wrote under the pen name Van Morris Goodall from a young age. Jane was fascinated with animals when she was four. Jane Hid for hours in a hen house. Just to observe how hens lay eggs as an adolescent. Jane Dreamt of life in Africa where she could study and work with animals. She finally did move there as an adult she said upon arrival that it felt like coming home in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven. Jane moved to Kenya while there. She met Dr Louis Leakey a famous archaeologist and paleontologist who offer Jana job as a secretary in one thousand nine hundred sixty. Dr Leakey's sent Jane to Gomba Stream National Park in Tanzania.
"jane hid" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast
"Which is another song title game out there and <hes> this. I WanNa talk about obviously WanNa talk about Penny farthing because Penny farthing interacts both with cliff in Jane here <hes> obviously is the one that leads cliff around through Jane's underground and also tries to talk to Jane in this these very intriguing scenes by this very scenic Lake Pawn. Whatever and it's very very peaceful spot penny loves to go to his she says it's her favorite memory in the underground and I want to get your thoughts on penny interacting with both cliff and Jane when the story I love the penny doesn't stutter Stanford so I thought that was very cool? <hes> that was her anxiety right. You know that brings that out and you had mentioned <hes> several episodes ago that the puzzle pieces would all come clear. Yes you at least assume there would be a payoff in there was a pretty good payoff. I thought that was really well done. What talk about that? When we talk about <hes> daddy later in Manhattan topic so yeah so it was <hes> you know I really liked and yet any kind of takes on cliff around yes and <hes> through the memories essentially after cliff breaks through the wall in that cell smashing finally mainly getting through that he sees like this memory of Jane thinks it's Jane tries immediately trying to apologize to her and then penny shows up is like no no that's that's not really Jane if it is but but it is it and so <hes> cliff knows penny from interacting with her so even though she's probably not as favourite personality he at least tolerates her and she's the one that kind of escorts him around on to kind of do a short cup at she cuts through various memories? One of them is like this either like elementary school or junior high something like that where we're introduced to Miranda Aah Maranda <hes> as as it is in the comics was essentially the previous primary personality before Jane <hes> and apparently as we're we're told that Miranda essentially couldn't cope being in the primary and essentially destroyed herself in what's known as the well yes and because of that her station was completely destroyed and so when when <hes> they have to go through it though and so when takes cliff through Miranda station he makes she makes him cover his is like because it will just completely destroy his mind because it's it's so horrific yeah and when we they start going through there since big blinding light and we see Miranda just yelling shut the door Ryan you know just all terrified and they go through that <hes> cliff kind of glimpses some bodies that have been are hanging up in their mutilated and it's just it's very morbid seen as they pass through so so we see that Miranda had a station and so that means because all each personality is its own station in the underground subway yeah and they're all connected by the the train and whatnot and they get through that and <hes> you know that that ultimately leads cliff to <hes> to Jane and so whether it can talk so what did you what did you think of that. The Miranda personality <hes> rotation addition it was not very clear <hes> at first what it was seen that way more on a second viewing. Maybe yeah because you know my first thought is <music> is not that Brando was a previous prime. You know man but this was actually the ultimate first personality the K. personnel the trim Korean Jane's original <hes> self is what I I thought Miranda was <hes> and that's kind of like our first major alternate because and then you know you get that after she says my name is Marina. My name is Miranda and <hes> you know you could tell that Miranda was a persona. You know I I this in a healthy way. I've seen this before her. I have done my share of telemarketing back. When I was younger and often would people would pick up a different name? They would say right rob so that way the people being route two been hanging the phone on. They're doing it to rob not right not yeah yeah so they wouldn't take it personally yeah and it was just kind of a you know a trick. They did to themselves and <hes> so so this was truly them. You Know K. trying to protect yourself by putting on this Maranda. It's a very disturbing story and it's IT <HES> I. I really thought thought they handled once. I understood that Miranda was going away and I want you know why this happened. I thought they did a really good job of showing the the the damage edge that this <hes> I guess k. you know that this person has gone through and all of those ways yeah they mentioned that that K- essentially hasn't existed or didn't exist stopped existing as a young child and it's only that the you know the obviously the trauma happened the her personality's fragmented into sixty four different personalities eventually yeah and <hes> there's just you know she's essentially broken that shattered really into all these pieces and it just so happens that all the pieces kind of they had this very tenuous coexistence with one another. Other down there in the end the underground <hes> penny also tries to counsel Jane a Little Bit Jane's trying to hide out she comes across Jane hiding out in pennies favorite spot this lake area and it's very peaceful scene <hes> so but <hes> but <hes> penny talks about like hey do you know someone pulled the emergency brake and and Jane's acting all innocent like low. Hey Weird wow yeah yeah and you know that <hes> she talks about the other thing that Jane doesn't want to go back up and be the primary anymore and <hes> Jane's kind of asking being penny interesting. She's like well. <hes> you know like what what what she talks about like <hes> what happens when you're spiraling out of control so we kind of get inside the j just feels like completely lacoste right now. Yes and Penny says well you know when I feel like that I come here and Jane says will what happens when that doesn't work anymore so apparently Jane still feeling like even though she's here she's still can't find peace absolutely and so this is probably why she's close to it essentially doing what Miranda did and why why the sisters this kind of <hes> a more manipulative personality personality essentially are trying to steer her toward destruction in the well and pennies say Jane from that she when they confront Jane. She's like you know penny goes. You know don't do this. You know they're just trying into the mess with you. You know that that <hes> they're horrible. You know you don't want to follow you. Don't want to listen to them yet and it's very so damn. which would you think of penny trying to save Jane from her destroying yourself? Well as I talked about earlier. It was nice to see <hes> not all genes personalities are are against her some of them Armie Hammer on health side they. They understand that they're in this together. Others are just they just want the chaos yeah they don't care so so essentially like Jane has this these he's just <hes> what's essentially a self destructive side to her. Yes and then she has another side. That's trying to likes going. No don't do that yeah so again again more again more conflict going on within Jane's brand pain gene and this happened. This is going on all the time yeah I mean she's always she's always feeling this conflict and so it's <hes> so that's why she lashes out sometimes sometimes she's all sweet and and whatnot and <hes> just because there's all these different sides of our battling one all the time all right third and final topic. This is the big one everybody. He hurts some times little R._e._M.. Yes so so yes. Essentially this was an R._e._M.. Theme so we had the song driver eight topic one song can't get there from here in topic to you and everybody hurts so this is a very r._e._M.. Themed obviously because of the song driver eight again. This is the song driver eight this is that was what Morrison named the dry rate persona after he's a big R._A._M.. Fan <hes> he used is that when in his animal man comic that he wrote and with the Superman R._A._M.. Superman song and <hes> just you know. I just seem very appropriate for this. Everybody hurts. I want to talk about Black Annis. WHO's again another big personality? I've been waiting to see and of course daddy at least Jane's <hes> K's memory of daddy and who's this very like demonic horrific monster inside her head that just <hes> you know just is is lurking out of the well and so we have Jane coming to the well ready to destroy herself and cliff shows up tries to help her as they battled daddy in this big climactic scenes. What did you think about that it it? It's at sterling story right and you know it's a disturbing story when you hear when you see her at the Jigsaw puzzle and trying to play and you hear him say we have to hurry before mom comes home he comes home and you're like Oh. Yes you feel like I need our to fill off off of the right. Yes and it just I it is unsettling and it's supposed to be it's not you're not you're not supposed to be happy about this. This a horrific and it's obviously explains why Jane is the way she is and <hes>. It's basically kind of without showing it. It's laid out right here that the whole the whole thing with the puzzles is essentially KS last moment. This is an it's the when when Jane actually sees the Young K. and she makes this comment. This is where it began was so so so so it's this moment where we're like Jane Earth. Excuse me young ks essentially like like you said trying to complete her puzzles. She tells her daddy like look. I'm not finished with my puzzle and this is essentially the loss of her innocence here as her father takes her away way do you so the feeling is that this is to do horrible things to her the do is do you feel like this is the first time he did that or was it just one of the the straw that broke the camel's back. I kinda big view it as the because I would think the first time would be the most traumatic yeah so the way the way you said though that okay so. Do you think that was just one in. I'm not belittling the one time I'm just saying that just that was it was a not. I don't think it was just a one time that happened yeah yeah. I don't either but I but I but I think this is the first time it happened. That's when and that's when K was essentially she ended yeah and probably Miranda and the and her personality split after this as a way as a way to cope from the trauma of what happened that first time I think is that <hes> the Jane Earl <hes> k her her personalities Split Fragmented Yeah and <hes> as a way to cope with all that as a coping mechanism makes sense because you know it Disa- show disassociated and you know that <hes> is just she was so shattered by this horrific moment yeah hey you know my father molested me right and as someone who's very close to someone who had that happen <hes> you know it's it's obviously very powerful for me to see this <hes> this horrible the concept but it's also a great moment when at the end of the episode she Jane Stands Up to Daddy and tells him off and so it's so it's good for that is a great moment omit but then it it brings back when she still hears his voice right. It's not it's not that it's not that simple and it's not that easy now. It's not who destroy those demons right exactly it's just yeah he managed she managed to fend him off long enough to save cliff. Get him out of there and <hes> bring herself back from the brink essentially at the same thank you <hes>. It was just yeah very oh and did. Did you notice that the puzzle that Kay was putting together was was the the scenic pond seen yes they did. I thought they did a good job of showing that of tying it together. Wish because gene couldn't remember like okay whose memory is this and which makes sense because gene isn't k.. It's rice memory yeah so it's this the last time that she had peace before this moment yes and so it's just it's another big punch in the gut as you're watching this story absolutely and <hes> so <hes> cliff <hes> obviously has to for before where he gets in there to help to try to bring Jane in back from I'm going in the well <hes> and destroying yourself. He has to get past Black Anna this yeah and Black Anna's essentially the here the this guard this final guard to <hes> to make sure nobody gets to this very <hes> deep part of her mind penny earlier had mentioned that like as as deeper as you go the memories of get darker bigger and more dangerous and so essentially you're descending into hell ear and so as you this is essentially as you reach the bottom black Anna says that last a Guardian there and and Black Seas Cliff as human as a male and decides your you can't pass and you know she attacks him and slashes his face in this kind of very cool moment l..
"jane hid" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Next title studio this is news talk six seven kboi woo hoo gene gene this is handle on the law marginal legal advice all right i jane hide jane welcomed to handle on the law yes yes ma'am i am calling for game my question is how long is it and tell if somebody was arrested and something happen to them paul was incarcerated is the term seen some was arrested in something bad happened to them what kind of bad happened to that person gene well i i we still don't understand why you each case since she was in there and she was fine throughout she went as she was fighting his team saying it was too expensive for me to bail her out but i did anyway in a nurse called me after i hid went to see her after the second time she went to court and she was near there was no she was in a glass cage and there was a policeman scanning looking forward against where she was not even looking on her i get on the phone she's crawling all over the cage or wherever you call it you know antiquing or clothes and not counting the following them because i didn't i nobody was talking to my go what is wrong with my daughter and nobody really even turn around well that evening three that night they my phone records would show that a sympathy call from there she goes i am not a police and she asked me how are ones they say yes i am her and she said if there's any possible pancog uh i did not know what to do is this your daughter and we'll be okay and i'm assuming she said adults right okay and has no money correct charles by you having contacted the public defender to ask for a psychiatric evaluation get her gets the it it makes no sense that you have done that have you abad i've got her out immediate okay so you got mmediately so what's your questions she's out well luke oh all right now you have a problem because what you're saying is she's not gbs of being in jail correct how long was she in jail tune to to half week two and a half weeks and.
"jane hid" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And he wrote some jokes for her she was on a garish angling show and episode of its curation link where she talked about the cancer very openly and a very funny way and i said to him i don't know how you guys pull that off and he said we were nervous constantly because it was so also true to the moment it was so good and so funny yeah guilt aware of you ban oh jerry i had cancer what have you been up i i mean i i see that clip on a regular basis that list as so instrumental in letting people i mean that was the beginning of it but that really started people's conversation about cancer right when she was on life cover yes january suspenders and resort here yeah i mean she opened up a whole new world for people to talk about something that they were so afraid of if she could do it i mean men wanted to date are women wanted to be your best friend she was universally loved if she could talk about it others could it's all happening on october 14th that saturday it's saturday very camp believe where he has this summer gone saturday october 14th that's at the park west it's night of a thousand nogi is it is their 19th year to benefit of course scale this clubs chicago and the website to send people for more info or tickets guilders cup chicago word laura jane hide ceo of guilders club chicago thanks for all the great work you do early appreciate it thank you for your support will see the next time when he wins in a word probably oh tomorrow probably tomorrow yes sir truth thank you so much thank you a quick break and then more show it's building when the end of each year guys let me tell you something tags baldry told you wanted all of all this quotes two office the only thing i think i'm going out of what we were yes.
"jane hid" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The top of every hour i'm steve bertrand on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn thank you see if it's bill laugh it's wendy snyder and i don't don't even where to begin with all of this i want to start by saying i i love funny women and kill the radnor was one of the funniest women i never seen short then then i want to throw in that cancer is everywhere and we don't want it to be and kill this pledge chicago basically supports anyone living with cancer man women teens children along with their families and friends and those of us who have lost someone to cancer and the ceo of this clubs chicago laura jane hide is in the studio with us how are you i'm great thank you so much for him absolutely absolutely laura tannen i ran into each other when i received one of my many award which award with this one and a lot lately this was the empresa award from the joint civic committee of italian american us and you were there to support a friend of yours s and i got to meet you so i have enough affront and that's one we talked who was your friend who was nominated litho christmas yeah let's the chris men a bunch of nice italian american women that were given award wendy said during her speech they were throwing must to chile is that true or not you did she make that up i had to sign an undisclosed right and that's fine understood tony jannati who wrote she was the sport writer for the sometimes for a million years they're covered both the white sox and the cub it was an honor to meet her just a lotta great italian american women who won this award very no i'm terms that you up with the russian american via women oil are inadequate our i'm so lord jane and i started talking about the night of a thousand no gays and time why is it all worked out so this is the 19th yes yes gad yeah it's crazy explain what this whole night is it's a night of high priority for a good cause okay so we've got the second city which is has bennett fabulous partners club since we started and then we have chicago notables on stage and.
"jane hid" Discussed on Critical Role
"But then the pest that a trace even so you can still from the open in order to stealth you have to have some way of staying out of sight once you get to about seventy feet from the wall is basically just like open open ground and the the large wallets rouse doubts about what about the can you take a whole under and we like hanging out in a hall with like something of the top of it so we can uh step out earnings burn that kind of already burned burnett got it i mean we can still go underground i have a tunnel belts to a certain point get out let's keep our distance let's get them out of the caspian coming out at us and then we going okay so what's the plant whose doing what argonne visible and start walking into town we stay at the very edge stealth as fuck can you cannot going into town and you taking the jane hidden from the main entrance allegedly everyone be mindful the pet i pointed out to everyone round the finance so all round affair in his no not a very heavy individual you were pretty spot on you okay you're really certainly can support the weight of a non now i can polymorphic couple of people now sorry appalling polling more from one person as like up stealth kenneth there are the three guards there about twenty feet in from the main gate earning entrance way uh one of which appears to be a female goliath.
"jane hid" Discussed on PBS NewsHour
"The report was rejected by the president none of its recommendations were ever adopted the fact that it never went anywhere they really did not drive the level of policy and drive the level of a people dealing with race on is a testament to how deepseated and how tough it is to not only half the conversations but to make the change that would be required sheila cockrel who served on the detroit city council for fifteen years says white flight already plaguing detroit escalated rapidly after the unrest other forces were at play the auto industry was hit by an oil crisis send foreign competition there were two decades of government corruption in two thousand eight the global financial crash it detroit particularly hard and then in two thousand thirteen detroit became the largest municipality ever to file for bankruptcy today detroit police are adamant that they are trying to repair their relationship with the public they've trained police officers in all twelve precincts to build stronger community ties officer donald parker build trust in building now is is filtering in the community jane hide mrs jones insane hey we're here we here with touchable where reachable to let them know not to be afraid of us the composition of the force has also changed in nineteen sixty seven it was five percent african american today it's about sixty five percent african american including the chief james craig well what happened fifty years ago i can say would never happen in detroit because they're still issues i mean we highest poverty rates and while we have an above average relationship to community.