19 Burst results for "Joe Cry"

"joe cry" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

01:40 min | 4 months ago

"joe cry" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast

"Other than ivan ivan got dropped though nobody else was able to get that close to being the one chosen but to choose themselves instead. I didn't even see it. Until now serena really banks. She's a babich did not say she does she really does. And that was her thing was she remember. She kinda bragged about being the one that dumped matt james She thought that was real cool. Yeah i didn't in the end. I didn't want him and then when she was talking she was talking to ivan. About like yeah. We're the only ones that like dumped people. Yeah it's it. Rubs me the wrong way and i was really kind of having some schadenfreude for her and hoping that things don't work out i don't think they will. I don't and i will more than likely enjoy the day that she reads bureau. C- you should have been talking. You should've been talking to know what you should talk to all of these other people but instead you were like I've got it on lock. grocery store joe. He's not going anywhere. 'cause nobody else wants. His depressed asked so then. So kendall and jo start reminiscing about the good times and this is wanted to let you know that they were also putting a better Painting a better picture on this. Because kendall was cheating on grocery store. Joe like they hooked couple and then she some other random dude came on the beach and she started making alabam. That's what started the whole joe. Cry joe cried. During that season it was going to leave. And then kendall is like. I don't.

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"joe cry" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

04:25 min | 5 months ago

"joe cry" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"The name of sean. Schorr do rbm. Are we stopping me. Spivey on the face on instagram design a three-day snapchat. You guys could him. Yes any facebook. Setting underscored chant instagram sending jay on snapchat. The as a three chance. Take creche show. Today gosh on facebook and shall harvey on facebook. Graham sean hugging on top We appreciate you great show. We're going over to the chat room. I mean into the group room and we enjoy the rest of the day and you guys be safe. Gracia show crystal rooney. Thank you so much for allowing us to extend the number forty five fifty minutes and we're outta here so shout out to everyone who called in man. Thank you so much we really thanks. Give me a lot about like. I'm thinking right now just sent out to young. Then we appreciate you guys. We can't play the music so We are paul. Hold on anyway. Everybody stars took gopala joe crying. Hey sean we're going to tell you that artists record. I'm going to pay the artists record. Write down my jones right now. But we're going to play to play on the other side. We're gonna play right now on the Just pay right now war. Because i co- i hang on. Just play leshan. hanes jones. You back in america. I miss you listen to the. Where are you leshan. Let us know. Can't wait to be like you when i grow up. China where the sean harvey morning show talk is coming shot. Did you see my. We're going to create challenge. If i get us matt's you can do it. You don't have any problems with your hips. It won't be that big of a crate thing. Some someone already broken her arm. There have been reports of different things happening. John's everyone them all right there. We appreciate we're out..

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"joe cry" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

03:23 min | 5 months ago

"joe cry" Discussed on Unsolicited Advice with Ashley and Taryne

"Turns out. It was lotion. Oh it was not just me having too much momentum stepping into the shower or leftover hair product only. I would have that bad luck. And of course. Of course that is why the segment is called. Turn it up and see. It definitely did not help my ego. That lotion was almost the end of me. So the moral of the story. Do not be the nice person and let your friend shower before you always check your body. Wash to make sure. It's not lotion as soon as this happened to me. I knew that taryn probably has done something similar. So if you don't revisit the podcast. I hope you read it and have a laugh sincerely kylie kylie girl dude. I think talked about this before. I i've only fallen in the shower. Really bad ones yeah And it was like you know the short the short bathtubs showers right. Like i have one now. Glass doors I was i was finished was oh i took a bath so then the water was still pretty full and going down and i put my foot on the edge of it to like start drying my leg and the second my foot hit it slipped so i flew backwards and my spine hit the frigging faucet. Oh and there is a quick second as i. Lay there like a drowning in the bathroom with my doll. That i was like am i. Can i die rain. What paralyze back hurt so bad and my roommate's came like running and we're like do you need help and i was like no joke. But it's it's a weird feeling especially because like it's always like the butt of joe cry lady who falls in the shower right. That was neat. Yeah i've only had it happen. Only had it happen to me once And it's scary because people get hurt like that's very dangerous and usually you have a door. Lock to or yeah. Yeah maybe i will change door for you. I break for you girl. I'm certified in cpr for state. That are you know. should we take classes together. Yeah actually have cost coming up. Would you like to come. Yes okay. Let's go guys. I have to remember job. So gotta keep up. You want me as your friends. I will once.

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"joe cry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:37 min | 7 months ago

"joe cry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In Walk off fashion. We'll see what happens tonight and beautiful weekend for baseball. Great American ballpark. No doubt about it. Um, weather is perfect. Absolutely perfect. And speaking of the Reds before his death, Reds legend Joey Knox all notice that no baseball diamonds existed to his knowledge. For people with physical disabilities and mental challenges as well. And so he said, you're not gonna do. I'm going to start something here a little bit of seed money and resolve to do this for Fairfield. In Hamilton. And sadly, Joe never lived to see this come to fruition to become reality, but because of donations, and especially because of very hard volunteer work from the trades, they got this thing done and the Joe Nuxhall Foundation was born then and a culminated with the Joe Nuxhall Miracle League field. Joining me on the show is the brand new executive director. The Naxal Foundation. It is a big step for them and hiring Tyler Blackshaw. Tyler. Good morning. How are you? Good morning. Slowly. It's great to be with you. Thanks for coming on the show. Congratulations on the new job. I mean, you've been around if you know the the foundation you You've been a player in it on the board of directors everything for years, So it's a natural fit. But so what's the next step here for for Well before we can get to the next step, Let's start this. There's There's always people go away. Okay, The Joe knocks off foundation have heard of it. What does it do? What's your mission? I kind of laid it out there. But we're where is it? And where is it going? Yes. So the the overall foundation. Really. It's the tangible things that Joe lived out that we're now carrying forward in his memory. So there's three primary fast. Let's do it. What you talked about the Joe Nuxhall Miracle League field there can of the biggest flashiest Pete. We have two rubberized baseball fields for individuals with disabilities. We have players aged as young as four all the way up to 76 playing the game of baseball and we actually got some adult league games tonight. Going on. We added an 18 hole acceptable mini golf course to that facility is Well, it's entirely wheelchair accessible. Lots of community support there. We also have the Joe Nuts all Memorial Scholarship fund. We, uh, fund to scholarships to all 14 Butler County high schools every single year for the past 35 years. Joe started his golf outing and we've actually got our golf outing coming up 36th annual on on August 30th. And we're nearing the $1 million mark of scholarship money distributed, which is just fantastic. And then finally, the character education fund, which anybody who knew Joe knew that he had a passion for character, education and character development. So we underwrite programs, character programming in the local school districts and deliver some programming ourselves. Yeah, that is awesome, and that's a lot going on right there. And, yeah, What? What? What year was he was the foundation was inaugural year. Yes. So the miracle leagues actually opened in 2012. The character education fund has been around for a long time. Since then, we brought everything under the nuts All foundation umbrella Back in 2019 and Kim knocks All Joe's son who anybody in the Cincinnati area likely knows Kim and loved him just as much as they love Joe. And I'm at the top of that lib. Kim has really carried forward this legacy since he retired as an educator, But he's done this, you know, for for a long time, and we're thinking about how do we carry this forward? Not just three or four years from now, but decades from now, how do we make sure that people know who Joe Nuxhall was what he stood for, and and that's really what this move is all about. What caused Joe to do that back in the day Go. You know what we need a field for those who are have have challenges, physical, mental or otherwise, and why that particular cause for him? That's pretty cool story. So Kim actually his son saw on HBO documentary on a Miracle League field that was built by a community in Georgia. So they were the young girl named Lauren, who had brittle bone disease and you know, she, like, like most kids would bring home Flyers. From school, you know, for soccer League Baseball League basketball leagues and her mom would have to tell her Lauren. You can't play. We don't have a place that can do that. So the community comes together. And build this Miracle League field that provides those accessible recreational opportunities. So Kim sees the documentary. If you know Kim, you know he's a crier, and and he he cries While he's watching it. He takes it to Joe and Joe cried more than anybody and, of course, This really touched Joe's heart. It really, really kind of opened up his eyes to a new world that many of us don't even know exist. And Joe kind of resolved himself in that moment that we're going to make this thing happen. So we started doing some fundraising and like you mentioned in the intro. Unfortunately, Joe passed in in 2000 and seven, but we opened the fields in 2012 weeks. We've got lots of tributes to Joe there and really, if you want to feel close to Joe Knox all go to the miracle League fields, and you'll really feel his presence and what happens there all the time. You know, between a you guys in the Reds Community Fund and others. I can't imagine a city a major league city, putting more into stuff behind the scenes, but both from a, um I guess a a sanction and in your case, you know, it's Joe always associate with the Reds, obviously, but It's something that he wanted to do on his own. Um, we really put a lot of game into the baseball here in Cincinnati. Yeah, in and I think that the important parties that you know we are trying to give every player with every disability every chance to play the game of baseball. Baseball isn't just for the guys who were walking off winds last night. It's a great American ballpark. It's for players who have significant disabilities. I mean, Scott, you'd be amazed we have players who You know, some who are using walkers figured around. We have others who are in wheelchairs. We have automatic baths that are developed to help them swing if they can't we even have a player who is blind and uses a device called a beat ball. So it actually makes like a beeping noise. And once it's released from the pitcher's hand they can. They can pick up the sound and know when to swing and it's just amazing to see the the types of opportunities we can give players when we just come together as a community and think about what we can do. That's incredible on the show. This morning. 700 w. 11 in the home of the Red's Tyler Bradshaw is a new executive director. The Joe Nuxhall Foundation, which includes a whole bunch of things, including what we're talking about the Miracle League fields in Fairfield. Um, the Hope Center will get to a second. So if you have a child with special needs, if you have a child that that fits in this category How do you get involved in the program? Yeah, So if you have a child, we actually have partner organizations that run our league. The Greater Miami Valley Y YMCA. Does our youth league programming and then therapeutic recreation as a group that does our adult league programming..

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"joe cry" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"joe cry" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Is New Jersey's first news on New Jersey one on 1.5. Tammany Jersey's first news five, owes 70 and zeros commuter whether we have temperatures that are in the 30 years this morning forties And that it is going to turn much colder as we move into the weekend. We'll have full details on that part of the forecast coming up here in just a couple of minutes. Six New Jersey vaccination mega sites will be open today. Good luck getting an appointment every slot for months, his booked even if you're in the top tier of priority, like frontline health care workers, New Jersey has only managed to vaccinate 455,000 residents. 56002nd doses have been given Jersey's most densely populated county has one of the lowest vaccination rates in the state. Only Mercer County is lower than Hudson and officials from both counties. They're saying the same thing. They're giving out every dose of vaccine the state is giving them They just aren't getting enough. President Joe Biden is moving quickly to speed up vaccine delivery and put new restrictions in place to try and slow the spread of covert. Biden wants everyone to wear a mask for the next 100 days is making it mandatory in all federal property. There are new restrictions for anybody flying into the United States. Everyone flying to the United States from another country. We'll need to test before they get on that plane before they depart. And quarantine When they arrive in America, Biden made Dr Anthony Fauci, his chief medical advisor, answering questions from the press found. He warned about the UK mutation of the covert virus, which has been detected in the U. S. So even though the virus on a 1 to 1 basis isn't more serious. The phenomenon of a more transmissible virus is something that you take seriously. The mutated virus has been detected in New York state yet to be officially confirmed in New Jersey, though health officials believe it is here. The next vaccine likely to win approval from the FDA is the single shot version from Johnson and Johnson. Governor Murphy called it a potential game changer. Clinical trial results are expected by the end of this month. Preliminary data shows the JJ vaccine is less effective than the Fizer and Moderna vaccines, but not by much. If a regional analysis of health data is useful for guiding school buildings in Rio openings should the same approach apply for New Jersey's businesses. That is essentially the case behind a build endorsed by a Senate panel on Thursday that would allow For County based Covad Mitigation plans on bracket of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce has New Jersey needs to stop making its economic reopening decisions on a statewide basis. And along with the newly adopted tax incentive plan, this could build a foundation for recreating our image as a business friendly state. The bill advanced unanimously, those Senator Joe Crying, expressed concern that people would simply drive over the less impacted areas of rules were losing in some places, but not others do it by county Farm. We just simply I don't know. Are we inviting the spread of the virus that some level after Statehouse Michel Simon Stew Jersey one of 1.5 News, New Jersey's unemployment rate has dropped below 10%, partly due to more people working, but also due to some giving up looking for a job. State Labor Department says New Jersey has recovered 58% of the jobs lost during the pandemic. Jobless claims also dropped by 23% last week. Another New Jersey resident, has been charged in this month's capital incursion. After live streaming video to social media. The FBI arrested 32 year old Patrick Steadman of hadn't field on Thursday. Investigators say, Steadman boasted of being in the first wave to enter the Capitol building, breaking down doors and making it into congressional chambers. Dance floors are closed. Indoor guest count. Stop it! 1 50.

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"joe cry" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"joe cry" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"5 37 Dan's Arrows. Commuter weather temperatures this morning, Adam below freezing Quiet right now. First place start to fall after lunchtime and then this nor'easter intensifies as we move into the evening and overnight more on that coming up here in just a couple of minutes. Health officials recorded another 97 covert deaths on Tuesday, pushing the total over 16,000 here since the pandemic began. We are seeing a slight uptick in hospitalizations, but discharges are still close to daily admissions. The second day, the critical rate of transmission has dropped now at 1.10 below 1.0 indicates the virus is no longer spreading. As the vaccine rollout begins. Some Jersey residents are still nervous about getting the shot with the head of the Health Department says you don't have to worry about it. State Health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly says the culvert vaccine was given the green light a lot quicker than other vaccines because we're in such a serious health emergency, but it was carefully studied and found to be safe and effective, intense of thousands of people, the adverse events have been minimal. Muscle aches. Maybe a fever for 24 hours similar to flu like symptoms, and that is about it. We need to stop this virus as per securely. Covert. 19 is the biggest enemy we've ever fought. David Matthau, New Jersey one on 1.5 news. Hundreds more U. S. Hospitals have started their inoculations of workers as a second covert vaccine moves towards government authorization. The Food and Drug Administration says the vaccine developed by Moderna appears safe and highly effective. An expert panel Republican. We review the shot tomorrow clearance from the FDA could happen as early as Friday. Senate Majority leader McConnell says his members are not leaving D. C. Until the deal is done on a new stimulus package. Are they close? Maybe there is some indication an agreement is near that would revive subsidies for businesses help distribute vaccines, funds schools. Renews tuned to expire jobless benefits but Hopes are slim for another round of direct payments. Parents are essential to that's the title of a report released this week is key Federal Coben protections are set to expire for working parents, such as paid time off to be with your kids learning remotely. Report suggests many parents are being forced to choose between work and the needs of their Children. Mother of three, Genia Miller and Logan Township says with the families first coronavirus response acts scheduled as of now, to expire at year's end. I'm not sure my actions are going to consist of come January 1st. Her struggle is one of many cited in a new report from New Jersey policy Perspective, which finds the current crisis has worsened barriers to child care and economic security among families with chilled When the report coincides with the release of policy recommendations for state lawmakers to expand access to paid leave, for example, and strengthen worker protections. Dino Flam Me, a New Jersey one on 1.5 news. You're gonna have howled with list of schools moving toe all remote instruction at least until mid January. 2 officials say over 1000 students and faculty members have now been forced to quarantine at home is coded numbers increase in town. Ticket quotas have long been debated in public and on the user error. Waves. Quotas for tickets or arrest by police officers are not allowed, but they still happen in a roundabout way through performance evaluations. Senate Committee is advancing a bill to stop that, but it's unclear if this will ever make it any farther in the Legislature, Senator Declan Oh, scandalous has ticket quarters damaged the reputation of the police the eyes of the public. Our goal should be the greatest not in compliance and the greatest amount of safety with the least amount of punishment. That should be our gold ticket quotas and fitting tops against other cops really warped that gold Senator Joe Crying, opposes quotas. This has targeted enforcement efforts, including ticket writing or nevertheless, important, particularly now, during the Corona virus pandemic. There are repeated speeding complaints because traffic is down. Those that are on the road somehow think it's an airplane runway at the Statehouse Michael Simon's New Jersey one of 1.5 news. How many jerseys First news, 5 42. Chief meteorologist Dan Zero is tracking this nor'easter will have the latest of what you need to know about it. And then a recap of.

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"joe cry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"joe cry" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And I think you're going to see D C. Come in and say, I'm kind of scared this passing game and no back off and now you're going to be light boxes for Joe Mixon. Truman. Don't think has seen light boxes since he's been here since Matty. I mean, that's just not a being who defended you Want to stop him? What does Joe Mixon look like? Against six man box? Well, I could tell you just just hit Joe Mixon highlight on Google and you'll see what that will look like You give him space. You give him, you know, one less guy to have to beat and we know what you can do. So I think there's a lot of excitement about what the evolution of the passing game will mean for actually giving the ball to mix because he is so dynamic is a runner. And, you know, we'll see what that looks like. The only way to make it a six man boxes to spread the field with multiple receivers not have running back and tight end in there, too slow block and chip and all that, and that boils down to what borrow did in the last game. And would Ben Roethlisberger's done all year this year. Get the ball out of your hand because you're not gonna have extra that job. Joe Burro was basically executing the quick game in the last game, the wind over over Tennessee. I mean, it was like an extension of running game, the ball was out. And as long as he continues to be a ble to do that you can empty the box by spreading the field. But if they start beating the crap out of him, and he can't he can't get the ball out of his hand quickly enough, and then we're going to be issues. So it's it's it is. It's union Yang, you know, and and Pittsburgh Pittsburgh is gonna be a challenge. No matter what you think you're gonna do. You may have to have a plan B. Obviously, the Pittsburgh can do multiple things to you defensively, and they're so good up front with their edge rushers and near interior Pass rushers. I mean, He's going to have to get that ball, and I think the biggest key to this game is who's going to get the ball out of the hand quicker. Ben Roethlisberger or job are and I think Joe's gonna have to get it out of his hand quicker. Ben wants to might not have to a smudge, but Joe's cry after Yeah, I'm really fascinated by this Pittsburgh game and a extend that the one in December here back at Paul Brown Stadium because I want to see Joe's evolution against this demon. This is the elite of the elite, and we've seen what happened in Baltimore. I think the next step for him is OK. How does he really react against these past rushes that will just hunt and kill? Because they you know Tennessee was not that Ah and Cleveland. They had miles care of everybody else. Not as much that somebody Some of these teams. I think his next step is, you know, finding that balance that he continues to ride with extending plays and doing things like that. Because if you do that too much it looks like it did in Baltimore. You're getting hit from behind your phone. Like where? Where is that? Learning process going to be for him. There is no better example than Pittsburgh and there's going to be the perfect we could judge where he's at in that, and if that fails again, that's okay like there's a lot a lot of learning that seems, have been doing a lot of actually doing against Steelers this year. What does that look like in December? How far how much farther along is borough against what Pittsburgh will bring here in December. I think those two games for the second half of this season are really going to be interesting when you're kind of judging the lens of burrows growth Paul in terms of getting to the quarterback, let's flip the script to the other side. What will the eventual return of Sam harbored mean for this defense? Man a lot. Do they ever need a closer I mean, they just need somebody who can get back there and force we call the Lawson gets back there and he causes pressure. He's not as good of a finisher, but he causes disruption. But there has not been anybody there to clean up the disruption. You know, since Sam has gone down, really, and they're not getting anything out of the middle and not getting anybody anything out of the other side, and, you know, so it's just occasionally lost gets back there and often, it doesn't really amount to much They need Sam Hubbard brings that consistency off the edge. You know, you could play him all three downs. You're not worried about that, And that's just a piece that they are so badly missing. You know what a Sam Hubbard playing against Indianapolis in Cleveland? I hate playing this game Does. Everybody has injuries, But he's playing those games when you're up, and they need one back. One play one pass rush disruption to really end the game and finish the game. You know, it's different. They maybe win both mean and they really missed that. Coming off the other eggs. I think that maybe me most under discussed huge development this season was what the loss of Hubbard did for. You know, the ripple effect inside of you. You know that room? You know, I think the loss of Hubbard to the injury the loss of Carlos to just shutting it down the loss of Gino to injury loss of Daniel's to injury. I mean, what you're talking about his guys that I thought that they've put together maybe the strength of the football team from position standpoint and the estimated by injury and other things, and it has become far from that. I think that's a huge storyline in in in this year. How big a storyline is what that offensive that rebuilt remain offensively. Ended against Tennessee. Yeah, I mean, I think you know there's a partial go soon. Okay? Tennessee is not the greatest defensive line, but I'm still women's Clowney. There's not any of these guys. They got, guys. I think that spoke to their ability to scheme around it. And those guys going to be maybe better than people we're giving them credit for. Could be fascinating to see what they decide to go with me. I think they're considering all options on the table with the interior with Being now in the building, and many have been added to a field at some point, we'll come back. They kind of have more timeto don't have to rush him back now because the more bodies they have in there so How that works out in the interior, You know, I think I think some point Spain's gonna play. I mean, you know exactly who you are who you are now. Right? You're you're a passing Jo Bro. Passing attack team. I think your best past protectors. Should probably take precedence at this point, and you know, Spain is that he's either pass sector than Redman and Redman has given them a lot of stability and saltiness game in all that stuff..

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"joe cry" Discussed on The Miseducation of John Mark

The Miseducation of John Mark

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"joe cry" Discussed on The Miseducation of John Mark

"What i have heard. Joe cries your chance and have been made aware of your concerns everything from the outrage of last week to even the inappropriate actions of an would officer on main street this very afternoon. An officer fall from his designated post in fact biggs b. You know me. I believe every officer cadet to chief has a job to do in this city and if any officer in this city ever fall short of his responsibility you have my solemn oath as me. I will hold them accountable. The miseducation of john mark episode to who is john mark was written by autumn edwards. And michael sallis was directed. Sound design and edited by joshua williams produced by having character and joshua williams starring k dawson christina carterton bio soriano. Justice hall read rosenberg. Jonathan baron and trayvon foster additional voices by benjamin jones nausea brooks. Evan carrington jessica. Williams matt smith. Jackie don this jerry schultz robert williams and joshua williams music by amber spill. Dusty dex lacks superlative. Magnus ring bloom luciferian. John mark theme was composed by caleb. Childress the miseducation of john. Mark is a sea space medium production. If you enjoyed this episode. Police subscribe leave a rating and review and share with a friend. Keep up with production. At who is john. Mark dot com or visit our facebook page at facebook dot com slash. Who is john mark.

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"joe cry" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"joe cry" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica

"Today's warrior was an evangelist to became an outspoken advocate for abolition temperance and women's rights. Let's Talk About Journal Truth. Sojourner truth's name at birth was Isabela. Balm free. She was born into slavery in Ulster. County New York in seventeen ninety seven. In eighteen o six at the age of nine years old, so joyner sold at an auction along with a flock of sheep for a hundred dollars. Join our later described. The slave owner is cruel. She endured repeated beatings at his hands, so joyner was sold once again. This time to a man named John Dumont. Interestingly, because to journal grew up in New York, state originally settled by the Dutch she actually only spoke Dutch were living with Dumont. She learned to speak English At that time support for emancipation in new. York was growing. Dumont promise that he'd set so join our free before it became the law to do so. But eventually, so joyner came to realize that he had no intention of freeing. Sojourner fled with her infant daughter in eighteen, twenty six one year before the abolition of slavery in new. York, She was forced to leave her other three children behind. When she later reflected on the escape, sojourner said I did not run off for I thought that wicked, but I walked off believing that to be alright. During her journey to freedom. Journal! into the home of a quaker couple Isaac and Maria van wagon. After learning about her predicament, they took so Jordan around her baby. In until the states Samantha patient of slaves took effect. The van wagons treated with kindness and compassion, so join our leader said that their benevolence inspired her to become a preacher. During her stay with the couple, she became a devout Christian. Around that time, sojourner officially changed her name from Isabella. Balm free to join her truth. because. She felt it represented her mission of fighting for justice. joiners famous words, truth is powerful, and it prevails. Echo that sentiment. After, moving to New, York City, joyner worked as a domestic servant. She became active in the Methodist Church joining the African Methodist Episcopal denomination. So are also used her experience to help others volunteering as a social worker for former slaves. Despite being illiterate, so joyner became a popular speaker and the abolitionist movement, she spoke in front of hundreds promoting religious tolerance, civil and women's rights. In eighteen fifty four at the Ohio. Women's rights convention in Akron. Joyner gave her most famous speech called Ain't dia woman. She spoke about racial and gender equality and refuted aecom an argument that women should have equal rights. Because Jesus was a man. In her speech, she asked. Did Joe cry, come from. He came from God and a woman manding have nothing to do with it. When the civil war broke out, so joyner helped recruit black troops for the Union army. For her efforts in the war and the abolitionist movement sojourner was invited to meet President Lincoln in eighteen, sixty four. She continued to teach and lecture about social justice until her death in eighteen, eighty, three at

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Sojourner Truth

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:40 min | 1 year ago

Sojourner Truth

"Today's warrior was an evangelist to became an outspoken advocate for abolition temperance and women's rights. Let's Talk About Journal Truth. Sojourner truth's name at birth was Isabela. Balm free. She was born into slavery in Ulster. County New York in seventeen ninety seven. In eighteen o six at the age of nine years old, so joyner sold at an auction along with a flock of sheep for a hundred dollars. Join our later described. The slave owner is cruel. She endured repeated beatings at his hands, so joyner was sold once again. This time to a man named John Dumont. Interestingly, because to journal grew up in New York, state originally settled by the Dutch she actually only spoke Dutch were living with Dumont. She learned to speak English At that time support for emancipation in new. York was growing. Dumont promise that he'd set so join our free before it became the law to do so. But eventually, so joyner came to realize that he had no intention of freeing. Sojourner fled with her infant daughter in eighteen, twenty six one year before the abolition of slavery in new. York, She was forced to leave her other three children behind. When she later reflected on the escape, sojourner said I did not run off for I thought that wicked, but I walked off believing that to be alright. During her journey to freedom. Journal! into the home of a quaker couple Isaac and Maria van wagon. After learning about her predicament, they took so Jordan around her baby. In until the states Samantha patient of slaves took effect. The van wagons treated with kindness and compassion, so join our leader said that their benevolence inspired her to become a preacher. During her stay with the couple, she became a devout Christian. Around that time, sojourner officially changed her name from Isabella. Balm free to join her truth. because. She felt it represented her mission of fighting for justice. joiners famous words, truth is powerful, and it prevails. Echo that sentiment. After, moving to New, York City, joyner worked as a domestic servant. She became active in the Methodist Church joining the African Methodist Episcopal denomination. So are also used her experience to help others volunteering as a social worker for former slaves. Despite being illiterate, so joyner became a popular speaker and the abolitionist movement, she spoke in front of hundreds promoting religious tolerance, civil and women's rights. In eighteen fifty four at the Ohio. Women's rights convention in Akron. Joyner gave her most famous speech called Ain't dia woman. She spoke about racial and gender equality and refuted aecom an argument that women should have equal rights. Because Jesus was a man. In her speech, she asked. Did Joe cry, come from. He came from God and a woman manding have nothing to do with it. When the civil war broke out, so joyner helped recruit black troops for the Union army. For her efforts in the war and the abolitionist movement sojourner was invited to meet President Lincoln in eighteen, sixty four. She continued to teach and lecture about social justice until her death in eighteen, eighty, three at

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Sojourner Truth: The life and legacy of pioneering anti-slavery and women's rights activist

Encyclopedia Womannica

03:40 min | 2 years ago

Sojourner Truth: The life and legacy of pioneering anti-slavery and women's rights activist

"Today's warrior was an evangelist. Who became an outspoken advocate for abolition temperance and women's rights? Let's talk about joyner truth. Sojourner truth's name at birth was Isabel Balm free she was born into slavery and Ulster County New York in Seventeen Ninety seven in eighteen o. Six at the age of nine years old sojourner was sold at an auction along with a flock of sheep for a hundred dollars so join our later described. The slave owner is cruel. She endured repeated beatings at his hands. Sojourner was sold once again this time to a man named John Dumont interestingly because Turner grew up in New York state originally settled by the Dutch. She actually only spoke Dutch while living with Dumont she finally learned to speak English at that time. Support for emancipation in New York was growing. Dumont promised that he set so joyner free before it became the law to do. So but eventually sojourner came to realize that he had no intention of freeing sojourner fled with her infant daughter in eighteen twenty six one year before the abolition of slavery in New York. She was forced to leave her other three children behind when she later reflected on the escape sojourner said I did not run off for. I thought that wicked but I walked off believing that to be all right. During her journey to freedom sojourner made her way into the home of a quaker couple Isaac and Maria van wagon after learning about her predicament. They took so joyner and her baby. In until the states emancipation of slaves took effect the van wagon and treated joyner kindness and compassion sojourner later said that their benevolence inspired her to become a preacher during her. Stay with the couple. She became a devout Christian around that time so joyner officially changed her name from Isabella. Balm free to join her truth because she felt to represented her mission of fighting for Justice. So joiners famous words. Truth is powerful and it prevails echo that sentiment. After moving to New York City sojourner worked as a domestic servant. She became active in the Methodist Church. Joining the African Methodist Episcopal Denomination sojourner also used her experience to help others volunteering as a social worker for former slaves. Despite being literate so joyner became a popular speaker and the abolitionist movement. She spoke in front of hundreds promoting religious tolerance civil and women's rights in eighteen fifty four at the Ohio. Women's rights convention in Akron Sojourner gave her most famous speech in called anti a woman. She spoke about racial and gender equality and refuted a common argument. That women shouldn't have equal rights because Jesus was a man in her speech she asked. Where did Joe Cry? Come from he came from God and a woman mandate have nothing to do with it when the civil war broke out Joyner helped recruit black troops for the Union army for her efforts in the war. And the abolitionist movement sojourner was invited to meet. President Lincoln in eighteen sixty four. She continued to teach and lecture about social justice until her death in eighteen. Eighty three at the age of eighty six.

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"joe cry" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"joe cry" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Of them is yours I was in there for his birth I did not carry him I didn't feel and taking the side of me none of this should happen to none of us he charge rent for putting in a storage locker for awhile okay well I mean it she took care of him it's one of those you feel terrible so you feel like to ease the pressure Joe cries act laughter the pain right yeah yeah well apparently the in vitro fertilization process isn't as heavily right regulated as you might think it would be and so Kate snow the reporter talked about how often this kind of things happen then you would think unfortunately we were talking to experts about this yesterday and and they say you know from switched embryos to having maybe like a sperm donor who turned out not to be your husband that does happen and a lot of times it's not because it was caught in this case because the babies looked so different from the woman who gave birth to them exactly if you have gone through this process would that make you paranoid seeing a story like this yeah because you'd be thinking about DNA right I'm a crazy expensive too yeah they were talking about they spent over a hundred thousand dollars the couple in New York did between the the travel and all of that yep a lot of cash inveterate this and now they and they have no babies now no I mean nothing but heartbreak yeah the army and I it's you know that's going to take a long long time no doubt about that by late shift to the short guy yes there's a plot twist to the story by the way this guy in bay shore New York had a really bad day apparently his week is about to get worse as the video his meltdown at a bagel shop is going viral this dude was we are to understand that he was frustrated about his order a bagel boss not being right started the rating the workers so this woman who was nearby livia Bradley stepped in to say Hey you don't need to talk to them like that and he went off again this guy's about five feet tall and he's got a bit of a Napoleon complex dating.

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"joe cry" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"joe cry" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Gave birth to twins and one of them is yours I was in there for his birth I did not carry him I didn't feel I can find me none of this should have happened to none of us he charge rent for putting in a storage locker for awhile okay well I mean it a fifth of the caravan this one of those you feel terrible so you feel like to ease the pressure Joe cried exact laughter the pain right yeah yeah well apparently the in vitro fertilization process isn't as heavily right regulated as you might think it would be and so Kate snow the reporter talked about how often this kind of things happen then you would think unfortunately we were talking to experts about this yesterday and and they say you know from switched embryos to having maybe like a sperm donor who turns out not to be your husband that does happen and a lot of times it's not caught it was caught in this case because the babies looked so different from the one who gave birth to them ethically if you had gone through this process would that make you paranoid seeing a story like this yeah because a you be thinking about DNA right I'm a crazy expensive too yeah they were talking about they spent over a hundred thousand dollars the couple in New York did between the the travel and all of that yeah a lot of cash inveterate this and now they and they have no babies now no I mean nothing but heartbreak yeah the I mean and I you know that's going to take a long long time no doubt about that hi let's shift to the short guy yes there's a plot twist to the story by the way this guy in bay shore New York had a really bad day apparently his week is about to get worse as the video of his meltdown at a bagel shop is going viral this dude was we are to understand that he was frustrated about his order a bagel boss not being right started raiding the workers so this woman who was nearby it would be a Bradley stepped in to say Hey you don't need to talk to them like that and he went off again this guy's about five feet tall and he's got a bit of a Napoleon complex dating.

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"joe cry" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"joe cry" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Help line at eight seven seven Matt help or visit mad that'll work sounds now K. to weather brought to you by standard TV an appliance major change in the weather forecast this afternoon rain will move into the valley from the coast into the valley by mid afternoon with daytime highs generally in the low seventies tonight rain continues lows in the sixties tomorrow showers at times daytime highs will stay in the low seventies I'm Rhonda Shelby get weather in traffic every ten minutes on Katie news this morning news radio eleven ninety six listening to the best of the Armstrong and featuring our podcast one more thing available everywhere podcaster give it away because we're stupid hold so I don't feel very good I've never done the podcast with a cold we'll see how this goes shop twos having the birthday yeah well a Judy is so well she's a sweetheart so she wants to make sure that it is celebrated to whatever extent I want to celebrate it if you get up at four AM and you have your birthday on Monday as I said at the end of the show it's worse than a regular anti birthday as a reminder that you can't do anything won't do anything you know you have one foot in the grave she likes to joke what's the point for help in the blood gas kidding label this podcast a cry for help Joe's cry for help another reminder of the relentless passing of time maybe the label and Joan cry for help slash Jack as a cold bad as again absolutely review I am kind of in a contemplated mood I hate you know it is a good time for the podcast I hate the term.

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"joe cry" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"joe cry" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"September twelfth. So listen to Ron Davis and find out where you can see it near you by visiting WWW dot life in the doghouse, movie dot com. Joe laugh Joe cry and I guarantee you will never so much in one sitting ever again. So that's it. For today's episode of tales. City on lake radio. I'm your host, Victoria shaper. See you next time. When I tell you another fun and exciting tale of the city. Let's talk pets every week on demand only on pet life radio dot com. What's the latest trendsetter in Hollywood tell about Nyeri centers? Find out who's been spotted with spot Chow and shopping for Gucci with their Pucci. All the latest celebrity pet pattern here. Let's talk pets nine lives with Dr cat is brought to you by heroes for healthy pets. We're passionate about your pets. Health and iheart cats dot com. Hey, cat lovers..

"joe cry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:40 min | 3 years ago

"joe cry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"All right. Holly ever heard me, greedy. When he came in. I was so lovely. Hello. Happy day every one could James Brown have been murdered. What's this is the question that CNN is asking today a new bombshell investigation. Thirteen people say they suspect the late James Brown did not die of natural causes. So there's a big three part investigation out at on CNN. It was published today. More than a dozen people who knew James Brown say they want a criminal investigation into his death. Or would like the singer's body to be zoomed for an autopsy. So James Brown died back in two thousand six at the age of seventy three his official cons of death was listed as congestive heart failure, resulting from complications of pneumonia. So nothing out of the ordinary there. But one of nearly one hundred forty people interviewed for the CNN piece was. Dr Marvin Crawford the doctor who treated Brown at the Atlanta hospital prior to his death and the one who signed the death certificate, and now he says to that he doubts that James Brown died of natural causes. He believes it was it's a little late. Yeah. Right. He says it was changed too fast. So another event that prompted suspicion about James Brown's death was the ever changing official story of James Brown's death from his personal manager up the time Charles Bobbit, those interviewed by CNN sob story didn't make sense and described it as always a little vague his friends who checked in on James Brown in the hospital say that they were convinced that James Brown's death wasn't what it appeared that he took a file of the singers blood from an IV tubes shortly after James Brown death to use it to investigate his daughter did not provide a statement to CNN Yama Brown. And they did not she's not saying whether family declined to have an autopsy performed at the time of her father's death. So this is like really is the wife at all. Reared urge or they didn't get into that whole relationship. Well, not with that. The second way. But remember that his wife Adrienne Brown? She passed away in nineteen ninety six and at the time, it was alleged that it was due to budge plastic surgery, but her friend Jackie Hollander, who's talking to CNN believes that perhaps it was otherwise my word, maybe perhaps the wife. Adrienne Brown was also murdered. Geez. Getting into the ID wasn't yet. They are. Did we gamble next to James Brown? Yeah. The. Planet Hollywood really it was planning was planning Hollywood though, it wasn't planet. Hollywood. It was the other one the hard rock casino is right. Yeah. You're right. Slots? No. Yeah. He had a table all to himself. Enjoy is like in his the woman that he was dating at the time. It I think was his wife. They separated altercation. He was like he was playing first physician, and she laughed. Yes. Bodyguard's all around the table. Wow. Yeah. Wow. Well, you know going into that altercation with his lady James Brown. It is noted in this investigation that James Brown had a history of domestic abuse. That was that story had just come out when we yes. And so CNN you can read the free part investigation on their website. It's quite in depth. So we'll see if this leads anywhere. But there is a precedent in the past several years of these kinds of. Salvador Dali what about he wasn't? He exuded who was just zoomed for someone to find out. He was yes. Julia. You're right. That was a paternity test. His daughter wanted to find out whether or not a Salvador Dali was in fact, her father was I don't even know the outcome. But I remember it's so outrageous that their exam his body. I honestly can't remember off the top of my can you? Media that one. All right. So that is going on over on CNN got a star on the Hollywood walk of she brought out the kids Jameson moon, willow. Sage and her husband. Carey Hart was there. She said it was surreal. It's been a trip lately. Thinking back over the course of this career. She's been around for twenty years at this point almost almost she said, I signed my first record deal at twenty three years ago. So congratulations to pink and congratulations to Billy Eichner. He is going to write and star in an untitled romantic comedy over at universal jet. Appetite is going to be producing this. And this comedy is going to sit around two men who have commitment problems and are attempting a relation. He's turned into be a good actress since Ryan Murphy, Cassie Newman, everything he really does Jen. And I love his ministry. Hilarious. Great guest in the clubhouse. Yeah. Billy Eichner is a fantastic talent. So this again, no word. Let's see this movie. Don't have a release date on this. The other movie we do have a release date for is the jut appetite Pete Davidson movie that one set for a twenty twenty release so busy working with the youth and the kids in the hot, oh the hot talent over there, by the way, Liam Neeson's premier for his movie called pursued cancelled by Lionsgate. Somebody is yelling at a lot. There are people getting yelled at today. And I hope one of them is Liam Neeson getting yelled at. Yeah. And his publicist and everyone. Yes clueless. That story is eighty six percent of rotten tomatoes. Remakes money Hollywood won't care. Did he any of this is again, my hat is option Robin Roberts for keeping her cool. When Liam said, let me tell you the same straight until the lady journalist just can't even believe, I know. Yeah. Yeah. So we're going to put that story way over here. And let's go to Madonna. Okay. She's going to receive the advocate for change award. At the glad media wards this year that's going to be happening in may merge. She's deserving isn't. She she's absolutely needed a little break. News with lead Gaga swanning around for us is an Oscar nominee the award season. Can't come to an end fast enough for maj. Oh, Madonna, you know body of evidence, dick, Tracy and the weird cast. Joe cry for me Argentina king, Susan. Yeah. Though Cuba's great in that favor. Perron? Oh, yes. Well, I believe she was not one Golden Globe. Yes. She did. Yes. Because she was out front and center and show her booth dogs have that he does have that. Because lady Gaga is. She's gonna enjoy being a nominee. And I think. She is twenty eight thirty two. Okay. She's thirty two. The blonde platinum hair makes her look older. Does I think she should go natural? Yeah. You were saying they're really likely to goggles. Look alley in. She stunning. Really? Yeah. Yeah. She definitely had her natural beauty comes out. But I do like when she does the Hollywood glamour. Join the hell out of being an Oscar nominee house. You sure. Yeah. I kinda like it is no pressure. No. You don't have to win. Yeah. I mean, you get to be a nominee to all the fun. And you know, if you win that's fantastic. Well, here's the thing. Lady Gaga understands that she is going to win at least one Oscar that best original song Oscar pretty much a lock on shallow. I really thought that that movie was going to do way better. And I don't know if the early release on it that it lost its steam or never thought that I always thought this about it. I thought it was too long. Will you think that about every movie, so I don't, but I I mean, I loved the started born before it you liked Barbra Streisand. Well, you're you're a Babs. Julia. Why do you can't get in Barbara? You know, she's the only one who never got nominated Gaga at least. Barbara's rayson is the only one of the five act or for actresses I stars born the didn't get nominee for NASCAR. I think she's Barbra Streisand's doing for herself. She's going to go in a pity shop in the mall in. 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"joe cry" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

The Two Shot Podcast

06:09 min | 3 years ago

"joe cry" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast

"Go, I'm Hittin. Listen, survivors, ready for you. Now. God. Nexium Vallone selects counselor. Folks going. Unbelievable. And she's manipulation gimme this monologue to load the one they said in your own time. Anyway. Let me add add an annuity an annuity and wait around all. After lunch. We came back to shoot. Again, we come to now, and we picked up from that moment. And he says some of them are you needs to confront your demons from the past and. Anyway, he was he no no trunk in the room with some on. And he just shook the stuff and Yande was your memories they'll deal with them. And. I went through the pitch of the younger actors play me and Lilla. Yeah. The dance where we met that was the monologue. I picked up, and I just started saying them on the look I just went into it. Because most natural thing in a will. 'cause that was like one of things on top of Jess when he owns it. And I remember the first is lily divide. And that's the thing we already seen that dance contest when we met that was the monologue was mad, and that was where the monologue was in the script when you get the scripted the end of it on the last day of film. And that's when you get your scripts and lines that were an improv that wasn't an. That's when that's where that monologue was beautiful manipulate Shah because you know, the cut into so much, and it just feels like the most natural thing in the world to see that folks. Go into their. And then. We will filming little family meal in it in the living room with the two lights and Lillian may and the baby Joe. And is saying them, Eric my cut, it's because in the kitchen, he's goes to fund his mind kids in that wouldn't bother gangs because lily coups beyond him, and it's a lovely scene. Your you can always talk to memo's Phillies, just the lots would you like coffee, and there's a lovely tend to say between. I reckon Livy concede still got feelings especially him for an answer. Coffee Fair and cocoa. to again, would you like a cough there to again and ended up which you like coffee again shots about seven times. Most repair now. But he does they solutions to these false insecure because it was a lovely tend to say between them to people, and we did it would you like coffee, and then there was highly saw mighty fucking brand. What's up and the front door fucking nuts of Inge's by armed police and these weren't extras dresses place. This was a real amp police squad, and they fucking bulldozed into that our house, and I just looked down a cone just seen officers at me with fucking guns. So one in the living room, and it was a book in Forbes. Now now and Steph lily blessed started fucking crying, and I'm on the fucking floor. And I've got this cop pointing a fucking. Mandalay the coast, and if drug built, and there's an office advocacy, the loves Lucy Joe's cry and I get thrown down courage to catch office as from the front doors on the floor as Seiken off the universal K and go outside and among often and being led out by cops property show in a disown insane. Fucking roads tapes off and this place cars outside and get bundled to this place car at thrown in this place. I the scruffy neck, and and then it can conc- Steph coming out Lilla. She's crying her eyes and Lucy Joe. Trying. It was shocking and the two let's look we all go put in place cars, Steph, go in mind Kreiner is out and they dove combat and everyone. Okay. Oh, my. And I was like. If you look Burke film, and you say, please Manley me kitchen, you look up my face because it was scared, and it was real, and it was no rehearsal. And they were the real police not extras dresses bobby's year, and you can only do that one. Can only do that. Once then it was like, oh my God. And Cameron is really, okay. Anyone owned car? You say. I know now why you give full medical before we Steig shoe. Everyone go on for the day. Oh, who's you? You must've been may say it disorients. I what my God, your emotions must've been all over the shop after that. So there's no way to carry on doing anything else after now and am again being driven by Jim drive and just Spain San axion passage sage going..

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"joe cry" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"joe cry" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"I think have more sort about it. But the portents the the ingredients are just signed up. It's ising Djokovic said on the cool that he didn't think it could be as long as the twenty zero final they play tip because if introduction of the fifth set tiebreak if you seven five in the fifth that much. It was it. Yeah. Of course, I'm looking I was looking at the the Wimbledon match. Eight. Wouldn't it one bit? Yeah. And I did get slightly carried around five live guide my report because I listed I detailed at five fifty three minute match. And I said I said the word the former in at the moment is one could go longer, and I did think shortly. But you never know. They're actually I mean, just like the women's final. It's not much disappointed in some way. I will eat my ba- sharing something. Let's right. Well, let me. No, no. Fit. You can't imagine them not being grateful because of the former in right now that you said when you that experience when you've done it so many times, you know, what it takes. They will bring that best unless injured they will bring that best in. We're going to have a fantastic final. And will analyze it in Modi's tomorrow. I'm we'll give you predictions tomorrow, Anita I need to send any twenty four hour time to think about it. But what do you think about the women's singles final tomorrow? Because I as the day is going on. I've come to my conclusion on it. Because no what yours. I mean. I'm so till seeing coin a Radi think it's that close OB gobsmacked of it doesn't get three. But. A spate Patrick vivacity. And she was staggeringly realized Steiger in me. And they may saw last night in Kate was last night. And I'm sure today she did say in her uncle into the when she was also what she was going to do the day of. She said I'm going to sleep and went by the time. She made it into speed to me last night. You know, she doesn't know wlov interviews beforehand. She did suddenly look existed. Say different circumstances had a night's sleep. But I was so bowled over by how fresh 'em relaxed and rejuvinated she loves that that has given her. The Nord point north one percent edge in my mind. So very three. Kavita vers-. Well, I I'm I could be convinced actually that it might even be straight-sets because of her difference than she she can do something different to pretty much all the other players because it's a big game. But it's also lefty game. And I'm interested to see what it does with that. I just hope the soccer is able to dig in from the start and be happy out there and play. Happy tennis play energetic, tennis because there's a chance she may go down quite quite severely for while the if it comes out strong, there's always that dangerous. I just I just Asakusa stays with her. I mean, it could go the other way Kavita doesn't doesn't hitter monks? You know, MRs too much, but I just feel like news. Raking drives of hers both sides. Now, I didn't realize it back and his just as lethal as is always sort of four hundred. But actually, Joe cry Bassett was with us in commentary in night said no when I played I found him back and more difficult on a four hundred so cranky. She's not jump to send she's won eight consecutive fund. I I will go commits an all decide when I finish newsletter where whether I'm going to go to three cents. Yes. The women's doubles final was played some stove winning through Rejang Hsi-wei against Christina. Moves innovation to me about another minute straight-sets, but another rid exciting Filan at the end having rallies making grad Matt to me just Ghafour in the radio, Raymond loads of reporters as well. Because of the sheer nerves and tension that was clearly out there. And the way the way that there were two baseline plas- hitting a rally down the line. And the the the person of the net was desperately desperately trying to intercept and couldn't reach the ball club. It was so funny to watch how nervous they were such a joyful watch really like ten of its the defending champions. But I mean Sam says becoming a an Australian champion. So what? The most horrible time here. The is since particularly moso since she became grandson champion, the USA seven and a half years ago. Say that's wonderful and the good crowd in the labor in..

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"joe cry" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

09:42 min | 3 years ago

"joe cry" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"News Radio six hundred JT SM. And welcome back. Susan Masino with us. Of course, we'll get your phone calls in just a second. Let's talk a little bit more about some of these ghost adventures. And there's no question that that sometimes articles are attached and ghost stay with them. We've had the number of people that have been on the program before Susan that are experts in this John's offense being one of them. You had similar things happen with some of your son's Titanic items. Right. Yes. It was really crazy because we had everything when he was little, of course, between the ages of four and six we bought him every book, every toy every puzzle that you could imagine that was on the Titanic. And then of course, it was all pretty much packed away when he became a teenager. And when the show came around they wanted us to collect up, you know, everything and take pictures, and we we put everything on display, which you know, appears in the show, but what happened was we we lived in a ranch house in Madison with finished lower level. Now, we had a lot of activity in that house. Anyway, I mean because I don't know if it's because of me or my son or. That we were or both combination of both of you. Well, yeah. And and were all so very possibly the house might have been on a burial ground in Wisconsin. We did find an Arrowhead in the backyard. Which was interesting, but it was a very active house, and we were pretty used to that though, you know, people came and went and so on, but when we started collecting, all the Titanic stuff. My son had set up his computer to where he could record at night while we were upstairs sleeping. And boy did we where we in for a surprise. Because is soon as I started collecting all the pictures, and all the, you know puzzles, and the toys and everything it got to the point for about a week that every single night. You would you could hear this audibly without hearing the tape afterwards. People going up and down the stairs opening and closing doors. They're talking it sounds like there's a party going on and one recording. That Jamie had made literally had somebody tapping it sounded like they were tapping their finger on the microphone on the computer mine to figure out like what's that? Crazy. What what was your take on something like that? Well, you know, if my son was Thomas Andrews, which was the he was the architect of the ship. He also died with you know, the rest of the people he was given a choice to get on the lifeboats, and he wouldn't do it stayed with the ship. He did. And so I I was getting used to this activity, but it was getting a little bit irritating because one night I'm upstairs reading, and I usually stay up late, and it was three o'clock in the morning. And you're listening to coast to coast. Right. Exactly. And I heard this huge like like bang in the basement at three o'clock thing. And I thought okay check, you know, the recording at three thirty minutes later at three thirty right on the dot another bang. And so the next day we listen to the tape, and it did it sounded like somebody had taken there. Fist and pounded on the table or something in anger. Yeah. Kind of kind of like maybe frustration or I you know, it was it was so loud that I heard it audibly upstairs with my door closed and the next day. You know, Jamie, check the tape. And sure enough, you know, it was there was a lot of activity. So a couple nights later. I was getting ready for bed and the noise made me jump, and that's that's when I got angry because I'm like, okay, I'm not going to be afraid in my own house. So I walked downstairs feature not all the lights, and I gave them a good talking to. I said I understand that you probably are people from the Titanic, and I have much empathy for you. But you have to realize that my son if you have a bone to pick with Thomas Andrews, he died with you. He left a wife and a daughter and went down with the ship. So if you're upset with him take it somewhere else because I'm done with this activity. I want you out of here for spectacle, but out of here, and it and it ended last night. It was an unbelievable sinking. I mean that maiden voyage and everything else. Just God is so many things went wrong. You know, everything they turn the one of the ships turn their radios off. So they didn't hear the distress calls. So many things went wrong Gettysburg out there in Pennsylvania. What was it like to be out there? Oh my God. I have always wanted to go to Gettysburg had a fascination with the civil war. I believe that. I probably lost the sun. And the civil war is what I remember back when we were studying it in middle school. I had nightmares about the civil war. And so I've been fascinated with it. But when I went there, it was March of two thousand sixteen so it was a bit chilly, but nice out, and we drove in and as soon as you drive in. I went in from Maryland. So we drove south into Gettysburg. I believe not the greatest person with geography, but it's soon as you drive down toward the city limits of Gettysburg. To me since I'm an impasse. And I pick up other people's energy. It felt to me like you were going underwater. Very heavy. Just the air felt like it was you know, it was it's hard to describe because it's just so heavy like a coat being thrown over your head. And so the bet the next day we went out to the battlefield, my friend who had been there, you know, a hundred times he's fascinated with civil wars. Well, we went out and we walk through the battlefield for about two hours. And it was overwhelming. I mean when you what really struck me more than anything is. There was just nowhere for anyone to hide. No, it was wide open. Yeah. I mean for miles. I mean, you when you see what they were up against and the, you know coming hand to hand combat like that. And at what three days, Jan, July. First second third, the leftover fifty thousand bodies, that's horrible. And it's it's still there. I mean, you can after two hours I could pay split in my mouth. It was awful. She's let's take some calls here for you. Let's go to Joe in the Bronx to get things. Started a New York. Hi, Joe cry George happy new year to Jusif. Thank you. Susan have you done? Any investigation surrounding the Janice. Joplin death in California. I did speak to somebody at the hotel where she passed away. I believe of an overdose. And they still had that room where several people had stayed after that incident and written messages on the walls. That'd be done anything at all the, you know, investigating heard the no I haven't investigated her, but I actually have a connection with her guitar player. Sam Andrews who passed away a few years ago. And that doesn't really have anything to do with her death. But that again was another weird synchronicity of how I hooked up with him. But you know, I can imagine if they have the hotel room in in the same condition kind of like when she was there where she passed. I can imagine that there's still, you know, residual energy there from her. Indeed. Indeed. Now, did you ever come across any research on the Jim Morrison death? I've read a lot about it. And there's you know, it's very interesting because I I think it pre- pretty much died the way that they think they that he did. But he might have been moved which is a lot of controversy or you know series. I don't think he faked his death. No, no, not at all. I don't believe that Fort Myers Florida elaine's with us on coast-to-coast. Welcome to the program. Hi, elaine. Hi, georgeanne happy new year to you to hope. You have a great nineteen. Yeah. Looking forward to a great nineteen with y'all perfect. I just have an interesting tidbits about the twilight zone, you know, that that's almost coast to coast listeners love to watch. And there is an episode called no time like the past. And when I just watched it a few days ago. I it just like brought it all home to me because it's so hard for us as humans still understand all this stuff about reincarnation. But when this man and this episode what back to.

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