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Rock N Roll Archaeology
"jim mother" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Be So just keep that. Thank god that. I was worried about with a sixteen hours. Stay up i was gonna say up nights now. You don't have to worry about any of that. So they saved themselves for marriage right. So ingrid actually wears this white and black sort of accented dress in june was known for. Having kind of an edgy sense of humor that would sort of walk. The line between offensive but charming so ingrid actually sees him in the crowd. He goes over and i he asses kinda tune your qatar and he looks at her dress and goes look you just like a little skunk at which point. She's absolutely mortified. She gets all offended. Jim takes the guitar anyway. Tunes it they take the stage with the rum runners and needless to say they kill it again. They play midnight special. Actually the girl who invented rock and roll and ingrid actually breaks out into an impromptu solo there. I couldn't find a recording of this. I tried guys. I really did if anyone has any recordings this please share them with us. I love to hear it but as soon as it's done. Jim actually goes through the crowd before it's officially announced the rum runners are the winters so jim goes to and says you sounded great. Can we sing together sometime. And they exchanged numbers at this point. It's all kind of hormones and all that stuff and she's absolutely one over by jim because he's a charismatic guy. he's older and she's you know. And this stage the questions start coming out and this is not the first time they'll be friction surrounding the relationship between the two. The instant angered gets home. The question is what kind of name is crunchy. Is he jewish and on the other side. Have gyms family going. Who is this girl. is she italian. So you can see where there might be a little who stormy stormy skies up and he. Isn't that what makes up your family's pretty much. Yeah i mean i love. I love your family emil. Times are fantastic. Oh yeah but they're insane. Also yeah i love it. Plus you throw in anastasia whose greek we love it so we got irish. We got the we have the nanny. We got the jewish. The irish the italian. The greek meals are phenomenal about holidays. Yes and have you have. You had you an icelandic uncle or on only guy yachts at that point. Yes so ingrid did make the fatal mistake of after hearing from jim. She called him and jim's mother picked up the phone heard about three words and hung right up. I am clutching mind. I know right but asked was say. Jim finally phones back and they set a date to play some music where jim arrives wearing a three piece suit. He claimed that he was at his cousin. Patsies wedding not true didn't happen. They start playing some folk songs. Jim actually teaching ingrid songs by bob. Dylan woody guthrie in fact pastures of plenty by what. He is very popular song. They would play. He even did a rendition of cotton. Joe yeah which if you remember was actually a. It was a him i think but it was popularized by the red. Do no no. It's oh no it's not a he'll okay out of him but no yeah. Really listen to what's happening to that song. Somebody's got the climb up and it's a little stuff going. Yeah i'd be married longtime ago. Where did you go to bed. That girl be dirty in the lab about that..
Rock N Roll Archaeology
"jim mother" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Martin's family came from correct about to bring that up. It's from the abruzzo region. James senior was actually the eldest of ten children and he was born in my home state. New jersey was born in cape. May jim crow cheese mother flora. Were they often called the flower. Obviously being appropriate was the daughter of. I love this name. This may be my favorite name in the entire series massimo. Babu cy muslim. Oh and bernice bubble side who actually came from the italian region of the same excite. The coaches actually settled in drexel hill area. Which is just a few miles from the center of philadelphia as we mentioned. Jim was in a traditional italian catholic household. There were things that were there that are common and all italian households friends music and a lot of food. There were grand meals and the music was everything. So the coaches had a lot of vinyl records and jim grew up listening to italian songs. Folk music country blues. Just really anything. He could get his hands on some of their there. There are a few things to match the magic of an italian faced by like all the time these. Oh there's nothing that beats it now the smell of like there's almost nothing i've nothing ever. It's phenomenal and his mother was quite a cook and actually jim ingrid. Were both quite notable cooks. We'll get into that a little bit later Some of the artists that collection were fats. Waller bessie smith enrique. Oh caruso and even blues artists like mississippi. John hurt now is jim grew up. He's sort of steered into the folk vein. Even more and his influences were woody guthrie. And obviously bob because bob dylan now. We talked earlier about how meteoric jim's career in life were and he would only experience if you think about it. Just a small sliver of bob. Dylan's work. I mean think about it. That's nineteen sixty to nineteen seventy-three that's a fraction of his countless albums. That you stood out One of the songs that jamais have listened to was actually please. Mrs henry anyone that one. It was recorded by bob dylan. It was actually covered in the early seventies by a quartet featured rogers cliff slade colin patented and the man for which the band was name. That's right that song was covered by none. Other than manfred earth gentleman our federally mandated manfred. Mann's earth band reference of the podcast has been satisfied. Omarosa super radio voice. You should do radio. It's the quiet so music food. Lots of good stuff and like you said italian cooking that cannot be matched floor on which was jim's mother actually had quite a beautiful voice and they thought she may have had formal training but in that household and this is sort of the traditional approach. Her job was take care of the home she cooked meals she cleaned she tended to children every once in a while she would come out and sing beautifully and then kind of just oh back to what she was doing. In her day to day life now her father massimo again my favorite name muslim above side down. We that's awesome sick. And then he actually moved in with the coaches after his wife passed away and he was actually known for reenacting. Italian operas in the living room you would put on the troll and just start going. He would sing anyone dance and he would do all this stuff and eventually time took its toll and gave him the bill and he actually started suffering memory loss in the later years he was fondly remembered as actually nodding off in the chair. But when something like enrico caruso would play would suddenly burst out of the chair and seeing kind of go back to what he was doing and it was sad because his memory faded faded. Eventually he actually forgot. Jim's name to the point where jim would walk by and you know give his grandpa little touch and he would look up at him. He touched gyms hand. You just look at him and say the boy and smile. Yeah just a few years. After jim was born not too far away in west philadelphia we meet ingrid jacobson was born on april twenty seventh nineteen forty seven. She was actually twin. She had a sister. Phyllis now ingrida avila's grew up in a traditional jewish household because they were pockets of jewish neighborhoods throughout that part of philidelphia. Her mother shirley was a piano player and actually taught ingrid play as well ingrid's father sydney had his own psychiatric practice and he often worked with the university of pennsylvania ingrid even to this day calls herself a tomboy while her sister. Phyllis enjoyed more of the things that would be associated. Typically for young girls ingrid was actually into sports music arts. She became gymnast at a young age and she would actually become a cheerleader by the time at the high school phillips was much more introverted and ingrid again was more outgoing and she would actually go out and sing with her mother shirley however her home life was not exactly the best. Her mother shirley among her numerous had numerous virtues but she also suffered from alcohol and substance abuse as a result shirley in sydney were divorced when the girls were only five so she really didn't get a lot of time with her father at this point by the time she was eight surely actually won full custody of both girls and that pulled ingrid even further away from her father now sydney would eventually remarry and we'll get to that in a little bit ignorant actually went to work very early at each eight. She started working in her grandmother's address shop. She actually sang with shirley on local television stations. By the time she was ten and at the age of fifteen ingrid was working alongside her father as an art therapist knee. Yeah so she'll hope yeah. Both families were fairly comfortable. You know they live fairly well not high on the hog but well enough ingrid had a more supportive household when it came to artistic interests where jim well. He was in a conflicted state. Because jim had a role to play in a traditional italian household jumping back to jim. You're going to notice that his parents are going to do things over the years. They're fairly inconsistent. This is one of them so he grows up around me as he decides. He wants to play now. The interesting thing is it's known the gym senior wanted to make it very clear that they were not sort of the stereotypically cowan immigrants. So what instrument did they. Give jim to play at age. Fire the accordion right right there. Yeah now you missed. The jim come on now. I mean just make him an oregon a bagpipe. 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"jim mother" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Like oh everyone's making fun of it maybe listening. Yeah yeah. I want that big game. Yeah gained named to my dick. That'd be perfect. What is maximum. where's your mom. Fourteen ask what the king named mcduck. Jim mother here talk to her thing. Lord oh man to Me because you said it. I i hated. I hated that. Look at games right now. And i'm like wow no diversity initiatives no. I mean you're right. You're right and i think it's a larger conversation about this someday. We've talked to aside. We've talked about doing like actually talking about certain subjects expand upon them. That might be worth doing that someday but No i mean yeah. There's no doubt because industry dominated by mostly white people. Yeah it's getting better but it's still mostly dominated by white people and typically create games. Where they they are the lead. Well it's dominated by white people in dominated by developers who want to be white asians. So yeah i like. I like look i see in the chat and i said you said i didn't wanna say nothing i wasn't but i wasn't gonna dare say anything because i want people thinking harping on this all the time but i did look at this unlike must hear anywhere so the first thing i thought wasn't mad because those made by a bunch of those made by the south korean south korean people. They're just aesthetic. it is for some reason. Yeah and i. I don't know if the western influence and yes it is. So i didn't wasn't going again crazy but i just say man. I cannot wait for these kids to come up. Who are going to be so much more diverse especially these kids are calling in these these and these these young black developments. Come in on that happens. They're going to change the face of industry. I think it's. I think it's getting better. It's just very slow. I mean you think just what last year we had a. I think it was last year right. We had a video game. That had miles morales which not only showcase black culture in harlem but also puerto rican. Can you think of puerto rican lead in the video game. I can't so what he's getting better. It's slow few and far between us. They're lighter being put out there unless alike pinatas sitting side care psychic. It's very slow. But i do think it's getting better idea just takes time and i'm tired of seeing where we are in there would be done by white developers who put our stereotypes there. I told you in a lot of people i mean. I don't get hurt people all the time we were talking about. And this why. I'm telling you what i say people won't they want like i've always said i am disturbed by grand theft auto because grand theft auto put. They put characters out there and and see this what people say. Well we mean only getting lee black hair. Just got one. In grand theft auto. Yes stereotype i. I've said as l'ensemble. I don't like it i don't like it. I played the game cool. Everybody wants that game. So everybody's going to get mad at me when i say something but fuck you. It's a disturbing thing to see. Oh isn't a cool that we put the stereotype that we think you all the time. We even black lead. But he's a criminal. i can understand. Yeah thank you edgy. Beserk for sex have thanks for the half dozen people. Thank you think of the over channel. She's she's good people. Tell you yeah Right thank you so much. Why has the rate the mouse gift. Because it's funny i liked. I like jamie fox right. yes you know. Some people see that. Because i've talked to before the gulf about all this progressive shit all this talk about all this All this equality should all this pretty much. The video games talking to yeah they are they are putting a lot of stuff out there about this pro black shirt and then we'll i'll bring up bud grant the bottle. That's what took place in. The streets ended urban gamisch. help digging. that sounds like the show. Yeah i'm sorry i know. Everybody loves grand theft auto. And you one grand theft auto but grand theft auto is a problem when it comes to depicting people of color as and they say well. You know why people are depicted this stereotype and caricatures. They can afford to have that. Because there's a lot more diversity out there and a lot of times you know. White leads are are given so many so much variety to be shown as characters other than china types of you know when the because the stereotype for those white leads is not the default for people of color for a lot of people in their mind. That's the default. His black character. That is what character will affect exactly so anyway. Let me see here. Y'all we're going to go to our last over here. I had to catch up on ads over here. Let me turn let me see here. Y'all know i love marvel man. I know marble. Marble magic shit solicit that. I don't know that you've got caught but it was only until i saw this kind of like all right. I just shit. I remember you saying i did. Imagine 'cause i saw the trailer for a marble midnight sun..
Scary Spirits Podcast
"jim mother" Discussed on Scary Spirits Podcast
"Looking at him thinking he looks eighty some years old and he's younger than i am well in real life. He's not though he is actually sixty one. But i think the way my age. I think the character he's playing is fifty five for some reason. I don't know why when. I have a son approximately the same age so it made me a little taken aback but proceed. I'll get a bit than mister dark. Throws the book at mr h and says he's going to give him a taste of death so he will know how it feels when it comes soon. Yeah when it comes again and that he says soon grabs his hand kind of crushes his hand. Yeah that's a very well acted seen. I thought that's my favorite scene in the movie. Like i said it's it's a similar scene in the novel. But it's not as that one's which i'm okay saying because they were both written by ray bradbury so you know what i mean. Yeah mister dark. Offers to make jim old so he can be the co owner of the carnivals darken night shades. Pandemonium carnival does have a nice ring to it. This is he finds the kids not yet. No i thought you said that lately. He's he's still trying to find him at this point he's okay and he tells will that his mother rode the carousel backwards and forwards and went quite mad and he's looking he's like. I wonder where you would be file right so then. He climbs up the bookshelf. Which was really creepy. Any grabs the boys from behind. Brings them down just carrying them away as he does will cease his mother out the window at the church. Yes so he knows. Fine and mr blacks aligarh dark excessive dark. Yeah investor drugs. Oh i must have made a mistake. They must have been jim's mother. Mister dark has the witch pay greer take. He says take their tongues or something like that is. She appears she approaches. She is their new mother. Yes house them. He says. time to. Quiet these chatters lose their tongues until he can find them again owes tons to whispers. Yeah can't speak mister. Dark tells the switch to give jason a brief taste of deaths knows that he may recognize it again when it comes. Which is a repeat of the mine. Didn't he already do that. you did. There are some other cool. it's a cool seen. Though she sends down his heart. Yes it's very difficult to watch without blood or gore. It's very psychological. I think it's a good scene. But i don't know why they repeated it but both of them are good next. We see. jim's mother heading to the carnival and we see Mister darkened the boys again. And he's going on about darkened nightshade nightshade and dark. How they're going to be partners. They're gonna ride him forward to make him an adult and ride will backwards still. He's a baby till he's a baby to he'd be a plaything for that little person Who again as master. Blaster from mad max and the storm is coming. Yes so mr h comes to and runs through the woods in the cemetery to get to the carnival when he gets there. He finds jim's mother waiting at the entrance to the carnival for she thinks her husband is coming. Jason takes the ticket tells her to go home that her husband isn't comment and she listens. She says they sad but they said she doesn't. She does leave. So mr h walks into the maze of mirrors and fog everywhere there is and mister dark begins showing him the mirrors of all the townspeople..
Scary Spirits Podcast
"jim mother" Discussed on Scary Spirits Podcast
"Will and jim and so they can't go home because they'll follow us and kill our folks so and mr dark is looking around us looking for him. Yeah right so will phones. His father says thereafter us. This father says come home. And we'll says he can't hide on yeah. They hide under like sidewalk drain. Yes like a sewer drain or under the sidewalk like great. Yeah there's and it's a pretty substantial great a flat great right above them correct and they see two child size coffins being pulled in the parade. They think those comments were meant for them. Well so do. I know and then we see the barber in the cigar salesman marching in the parade as well and the teacher. Zanu characters and teacher being led by mr cougar and the lightning rod salesman. Isn't it too in the still in the electric chair. Yes they're carrying him and the boys see a small persons give. Jim's mother a ticket in a whisper something inner ear. Yeah at first. I thought that was on purpose. Kaz mister dark is standing right above them. They can see he's right above the great and i thought they did that on purpose but i don't think mister dark knew they were. There did mex- pc And howard sprague or dr douglas the doctored at the bar or at the door to the bar with mr h and says the bar is empty at must have taken off. They say he wouldn't do that. It's highly unusual for ed not to be in the bar. Yes so the boys are still under the sidewalk. In dog is above them. Barking at them he dropped its his biscuit right. Yeah yes so. Jim picks up the biscuit or doctor. Whatever it is and holds it back up to the dog and it takes it and runs away so back at the bar. Mister dark enters. See all the all the money is still in the. Yes mr outrageous ister. Yeah mr h and the doctor are in there and they're looking around and all the money's there and everything's still there so it's correct mister. Dark enters tells them that the boys have won an award meant he would like to find them. The to lucky lads one looking for them next mister dark catches up with mr h at a cigar. Stand course cigar. Sale is not there. Says there's a sign on that one to something and mister dark shows mister. H tattoos of will in jim on his hands on his palms. Yeah yes over me and asked you know who they are where they are where they are and if he knows them. Yeah mr asia's says yeah. I know him and he tells them fake names. Mister dark says. I already know their names to got the names from the blind teacher. Mr dark asked. Mr h who he is he tells them and mr says. Oh the town's librarian.
The .NET Core Podcast
"jim mother" Discussed on The .NET Core Podcast
"Pretty much any kind of storage. You can plug an sql database in any kind of nosql databases Yeah but think about provides. The budgeting of project is a graph creamy language because it wouldn't be nothing without A matching language to create the graph. So once you got your graph and you wanna know something about it. You need a Farmer doesn't to express your intent what you want to know about graph what you want to query and this is called remnant language it's a procedural language in contrast to other languages Most notably sipho and the difference as In the declarative approach. You would kind of describe results and on the other hand what gremlin does is you will describe how to get a remnant allows you to take a look at your graph. Take a look at all devices and describe where to start on which where to stop where to go and where to fit out at just in wedges and what remains in the end is your results said so. This is like this approach better. Think it's paul though this might be up to any language theorists to determine but probably they are equally powerful in computer science as soon as kind of two incomplete everything is equally powerful right but i like the approach that gremlin takes much better and This is this is stinky pop and gremlin in a nutshell. Okay i do find that I what i'm discussing. Different languages and frameworks different ways of doing things. I i i always say. Well you know this particular thing this technique this language whatever. He's great at this problem but they will be problems that he's not so good at like could one of the things that i did a university was we studied ally but we use the language pro. Look which sounds like. It's a little bit Declarative you you declare a data set in the new. Say you know you might say You might declare a family tree. And you'll say if joan and joan have a child called jim and you say who is. Jim's mother if joan. If kim's father is it getting really confusing with my example but that that's malts reversal of data and figuring out data. You can write a calculate prologue but it won't be as As efficient as something in almost any other language right and so they're all the problem sets. I think that the work the work really well which The most work really well with graph with graph dana Even they must be Problems of work really well with graph data sets graf languages and that kind of had those kinds of techniques that that obviously other Like a. I don't wanna say sequel. But you know what i mean other kind of languages and techniques data storage methodologies. Probably don't Walks a well. Yeah i think having not used any mcgraff stuff myself other than talking to cosmos db I would say that. Yeah i think. I think perhaps graph graph q. l. graphite jazz take about. We'll obviously have a very specific set of problems that it's always really well and And the way. I as well as if a foreign language or framework of marriage the way that you approach problems a totally use that. Don't don't try and hone neuron process Problem solving process into another language or framework..
"jim mother" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Back with me on the phone from finding your roots on PBS and Dr Gates. What do we got coming up this week on the show? Well, this week's episode is entitled. No Irish need apply and are featured guests of Jim Gaffigan and Jane Lynch. Jane, of course, is famous actor and Jim of famous comedian and we reveal the challenges that they're Irish ancestors Faced in order to become Americans, Let's start with Jim Gaffigan. Jim grew up in the Midwest, and he had absolutely no idea that his maternal line story in America began in Maine, predating the influx of Irish people who came because of the potato famine of 18 45. Jim's mother's ancestors immigrated to America sometime early 18 hundreds. Most people don't know this that they were Irish people migrating before the potato famine. But after the potato famine began in 18 45, a huge wave of impoverished and unskilled Irish people immigrated to the states. Igniting, of course and anti iris fervor. And soon after Jim's ancestors, like many other Irish Americans in their community fled main for the American frontier. Jim's great great grandfather ended up in Fort Dodge, Iowa, where he eventually became a prominent businessman. And a pillar of the town now and Jim's father site, We found a long line of Irish American coal miners, and at the time there were no established union, so coal companies a sensory control their employees lives. Compelling them to live in company housing and chop it company on stores and by the mid 18 sixties situation to reach the boiling point. Miners were fighting their employers in each other in an effort to unionize, So Jim's family got tangled up in these politics. He was 74% Irish 24% English and Jim Gaffigan. Sedna cousin. Is Derek Jeter. Really? Yeah, because Derek's mom is white and of Irish descent, and there you go. All right. Second guess was the famous Jane that Lynch James Paternal grandmother, Mary Lynskey was born a poor farm girl in Ireland. She had absolutely no chance of ever inheriting her family's farm, so she opted to immigrate to America. But she's a teenager, and she made her way to Youngstown, Ohio, where she found a job as a maid. It's many Irish female immigrants did, where King and living in the home of an older Irish woman who was likely sympathetic to her play as a maid, not having to pay for room and board. Mary was able to save enough money to finance her brother John's journey to America. John then brought their younger sister Sarah, over. This is a classic example. Scott of what we call chain Migration. Yes, my grandmother did this Really? Yep. She came over and worked and brought over a brother and then brought over another brother, And then the three of them worked and brought over the whole rest of the family. And that's the way it's supposed to be, man. Yeah, but James grandmother did more than help her siblings. She took her savings book to Chicago and Mary James grandfather, a fellow Irish immigrant, then helped him to purchase the home. This home would become central to Mary's family for generations and generations. And James even visited it when she was a child and shared with us that her grandmother had come full circle in a sense, making your own hub for new Irish immigrants reading out the top two floors of this home to new arrivals, So she was like the Queen of chain migration. Yes. Jane's father side, We were able to go back to her second great grandfather, John Lynskey, born around 17 95 in Ireland on her mother's side, ready for this back to her seventh great grandfather's pair and spend both likely born in the mid to late 16 hundreds in tweeted, and she, too, as a Edna cousin, Mia Farrell. Oh, wow. He's Dr Henry Louis Gates. His show, of course, is finding your roots on Pete. Yes, it's on Wednesday nights. Check your local listings for times. Good to talk to you again. Skip, have a great.
WHAS 840 AM
"jim mother" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Guess you can say I'm glad you're talking about this were the talk of the town. I'm glad we're quiet. Everybody to Louisville happens here. NewsRadio. Wait. 40 w wait no longer Take it easy out there. It's the morning commute. Toni Kroos, Kentucky and this morning is Jim Ryan from ABC. Jim Mother story that you're about to tell us about this information is interesting because I remember my wife and I coming back from vacation. We headed through Tennessee and they had their that already there have been more automobile deaths. That year than the previous year. This is, of course, when you know in the covert 2020 just amazing how that could happen More still saying the same thing happened, apparently or you're right. I mean, a lot of people. Maybe most people were sent home toe work If they could work from home and supposed going into the office schools were going the motive. So the highways that's the side streets were essentially empty. Well, unfortunately, Tony, A lot of people took advantage of that to step up their speed. They put the hammer down and and ended up in a lot more high speed crashes and even after Some of the closures were lifted and businesses got back up and running. You found that people were still driving too fast, and as a result, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is estimating that more than 28,000 people died in traffic crashes just From January through September of last year, just those months It's up nearly 2000 from the same period in 2019 before the pandemic struck. That is kind of amazing were most of these on the interstate the freeway, so to speak, or were there a lot of back roads as well? Or do we know that some of each you know Aziz? You say there that happened that you highway speeds have done up remarkably, not the posted speed, but the speed that people were driving one trouble spot here in all of this, Tony Is that teen drivers account for a disproportionate number of those fatalities, according to the governor's Highway Safety Association. You seeing a lot more teen drivers being involved in accidents. Recommendation from that organization is that that parents take control of it, maybe set a governor. You could do this with some of the newer cars. You can set the speed limit on the vehicle, so it won't go any faster, install APS on the bones of the kids so that you can monitor where they're going, How fast they're going in any excessive breaking the most important thing, though, according to.