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"julie rogers" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

02:56 min | Last month

"julie rogers" Discussed on Cracking the Code of Spy Movies!

"One dream come true because you only live twice the dream. He has some control over his work. No not really unless e quits which we've seen him do a number of times in the movies just when he thought he was out they pulled them back so anyway the couple of lines repeat against all the lyric are good for a banfield. But there's really a story behind this title song. So there's an article by six dash eight q dot com. Made two thousand seventeen for the fiftieth anniversary of this movie. And it's titled you only sing twice container for what you're going to talk about. Originally they say julie rogers who they wanted to sing this song not nancy sinatra and that indeed. The british singer did record a version in nineteen sixty seven. It's often called the demo version. So you can look that up on youtube. But it was indeed the full song recorded and presented to the producers and the producers. Nixed the song for a variety of reasons. They say only two lines or kept from the original julie rogers virgin you only live twice and you'll pay the price and what i liked about the original son. Is it really has an asian influence to the music which sadly disappears in the nancy sinatra version and because cubby broccoli new frank sinatra called him to do the song and frank set now. I don't wanna do it. Try my daughter. She's pretty good so they got nancy. Nancy had a very narrow vocal range and so they tried to record the song number of times. I think it was like twelve times and they finally piece together pieces from all different twelve recordings the make the finals on which is what we have to get it right. So so the julie rogers version. I loved the song. Has this asian influence in the music. And it's just terrific. Actually neither the music nor the lyrics are the same now except a couple of lines. I like it better than the nancy sinatra version. There's a link to the original version on our website and the episode notes. Check it out. Listen to it a couple of times and we think you'll like it to both versions. I've written by john berry and leslie bricusse quickly. Here are the lyrics to the original. You only live twice song. Which lyrics are pretty damn good. You only live twice no more than twice and each life you live..

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"julie rogers" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:58 min | 3 months ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"We were talking about how where we had the mistaken Claim of death. And that's essentially what it was Tan you, Roberts, the former bond girl girl. Yeah, she's still alive despite reports of her death over the weekend, her publicist announced on Sunday. That the former bond girl had died at age 65. In fact, I'm not dead yet Lacking the money by the movie it right, multiple outlets. TMZ Hollywood reporter. They all reported that a representative for the star confirmed the death to them. But now it's confirmed that as of yesterday she's still alive. She's invited dire condition. She's not in great shape. But he is alive. I couldn't stand it because ideal Don wells than 10 Year. Roberts. I got no good at all. It would've been hard on. You don't wanna build difficult, Yes, but apparently her her partner. Did visit her in the hospital on Sunday after being told that it may have been the last time to see her. She's been hospitalized since Christmas Eve laps while walking her dogs. They say it's not covert related, but she was placed on a ventilator. She's experiencing some liver problems when she was hospitalized. So this is someone who was apparently In good health is latest, like December 19th. She was doing some live chance with fans. Is that right? Yes, my goodness. She James Bond girl or a ward Bond girl. No, both. They were a lot different. She was actually she was a gold bond girl. She kept hold on. There You go. Yes, Yes. I think it was that nobody knows warm bodice, but sad story, though, man, you know where she is. She's just not walking her dogs and collapses. Yeah. And then we hear she's dead, but she's not dead. Well, I did the first thing I thought I was body Python. I'm not dead yet. But you're gonna be you know, just I'd forgotten that she was also in Charlie's Angels. Later. Yes, she was. Yes, She was the last one. She's the last ad on there. But she wasn't one of the three angels. You know, She was one of the she kind of helped the detective solve crimes. Okay? She started Julie Rogers. Charlie's Angels OK till she's lost yet still alive. 6 26 w B A P coming up here at 6 45. Tomorrow is the day the electoral college certification is set. We'll talk about that. We've got more on what's happening as far as the state of Georgia is concerned, how, but then there may also be another drug to help covert hospitalization Stay low. And it will surprise you What? It's what the drug was created for. Okay. We'll talk about that. Coming up in 6 45. Nicole has the 6 30 news next for Worth Mayor Betsy Price is expected to make a major announcement Today. Story is next. You've heard me talk about the anthology Senior Living communities here in the Metroplex that you're just fabulous. I love the fact that we benefit from three of them one in Plano one and didn't want it. Stonebridge Ranch because here They're not like other senior living communities. These are vibrant communities got a highly trained staff of the license nurse at your service, 24 hours a day and the caregivers they're engaged. They're in case not only with the residents, but they engage with their families as well. It's really kind of a close knit family. Everyone is It's a community. I think I've told you that. I wish my folks could be a part of they just lived too far away. And and that's unfortunate because these places have all the amenities. Get it in house. Alana Jim Recreation Space is the food is outstanding, Got a registered dietitian with an in house ship. It's restaurant style. You don't have to wait until they tell you it's time to eat. No, you eat when you want to You order like you're at a restaurant. That's the way it is at the anthology senior living communities, It's more affordable than you think is well in these times. I want encourage you to do a virtual tour Skype. Zoom face time. It's.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:40 min | 5 months ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

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"julie rogers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:31 min | 6 months ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"56 Grammys? Yeah, Yeah, a bunch None of them because of Georgy Porgy 1991 Clarence Thomas despite the sexual harassment accusations made by Anita Hill one Senate confirmation for the Supreme Court but was 50 to 48. 21 years ago. Today, two very overpriced movie Multi Plex Fight club was released. Unfortunately, it's all I can say about that, because it's the first rule of fight Club birthday's today include one very hot Vanessa Marcel. Oh, yeah, started on General Hospital is Brenda Barrett. You know, where is Gina Kincaid? I'm Beverly Hills 90210 and Sam Marquez on NBC's laws. Vegas Sarah, The Duchess of York. Fergie used to be married to Prince Andrew. This you spent time in the pen for weight watchers. Her daughters are ninth and 10th. In line for the throne. She's 61 Bram Celebrity Shift Emerald Legacy Today is 61 Tania Robert's mother image on that seventies show and Julie Rogers on Charlie's Angels turning 65 today. And today is the birthday of one Jackson first name Tito. So today is 67 Happy Birthday, Richard Carpenter He played, she's saying Richard Carpenter of the Carpenters 74 today, Alice And Mom on the shortly of sitcom nine J. K. L. Linda Lavon 83. And we all rely loved Laverne DeFazio murder. Surely she went on to direct Tom Hanks in Big League of their own, Denzel and Whitney in the Preacher's wife would be in jumping Jack Flash, Penny Marshall. Cornice day 1943 passed away in 2018 and the man who gave us The Godfather. Both the book and the screenplay When Mario Puzo, born on this day.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

09:51 min | 1 year ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Author's corner we're taking you to Georgia where I had a great conversation with this woman off the air Julie Rogers has written a book a children's book called cold and the bull frog adventure I mean first of all dole frogs and I think of frogs and my own childhood in cherry hill New Jersey and the frogs croaking in the backyard so immediately I knew I was going to like her and this book is so clever Julie thanks so much for coming on well I'm glad to be here so let's talk about what made you decide you're gonna write a children's book because so many people have these ideas of writing a book a children's book a novel or whatever but they never do it what inspired you to begin writing a children's book well I retired from teaching and I've always felt that I wanted to write a book but it to me nearly six years to decide consulted down and right one but my grandchildren got behind me and wanted me to do it says have pushed forward and decided to go ahead with it no it's interesting you and I talked about one of your grandchildren Colton and he helped you with the book that probably was motivating goal is that like to think through his eyes and being with him and doing this he was really excited about it and he urged me they was really excited and hate being on ward he was excited about stating the frog and morning to know what frog do you and when he found out I was going to really do the as he got behind me and making sure that I was wrong ask he was really the man that was old enough to know what was going on down there yeah we're excited and and when we started making funny sounds they were really excited yeah we should explain everyone I think that's the that's the interesting thing and I bet there's people out there I'd mention the croaking of the frogs and it really is unique isn't it because there's a lot of different sounds that frogs Megan I I told you there's so many different kinds of frogs it's amazing when you start to look into this but I can only imagine what that was like having him learn those sounds were your was one of your in laws and perhaps your own child ready to strangle youth in the they were all ready to strangle on women's running around the house making you differ on fans that we were making they were excited about it and did they had they had to learn something new and they were sharing all the time for the week there that's so so funny so what did you want to talk about this too what what what what did you find out about frogs it was so interesting is that the sounds that they make well not only the sounds that they might but when he found out about their mating habits the handles that was very interesting I found out about where they Lee L. and we and they hung there were just a lot of things that we didn't know that were interesting yes it's that so it's not face value you see a frog but you don't realize it comes it's like anything that we think of right and you were a teacher in our mind so what's the deal with frogs and there's much more to that than than meets the eye right yes a lot more I love that and again we're speaking with a Julie Rogers he's read a book called Colton and the bull frog adventure as some of you can relate that our grandparents out there others with kids and this is a children's book who did the illustrations for your book they're beautiful okay but there are no that's okay because that I was the reason I brought it up is because he did such a great job and on the cover of the book it's it's Joshua Allen who did the illustrations thank you yeah that's okay Joshua did a great job because on you see in the back there's a flashlight and there is a you can see the back of a man a little boy and then the light and you see the frog with the guys and the light shining on the frog so is that a pond that's related to you do you have a pond near your house well actually I have a small fish pond in my backyard and we pretended our imagination more Denver clam and we pretended that that was a pond in their backyard I love it so tell us about writing the meat of the book what is the if if I ask you which I am asking you now Hey we know it's about frogs tell us a little bit more what is the book really about what's the lesson in the book I realized the last man in the moon is about respect at that age children today do not understand respect I don't understand respect that a lot of times per animals and a lot of times for adults elder elderly people our NGOs my age I'm not in the order but they don't understand respect for people and for pay it and this is something that they need to learn and that's what I felt like they would get from this story is tasked to respect their grandparents and pay it and I'll just wild animals they need to learn the S. and that's what Colton was due and he was learning to restate trunks to listen and respect for Aug and to respect his crane who's out there we the and teaching them about wild animals yeah well and for your for your husband and putting the book together and saying you're going to do it what was it I would imagine so always was kind of speechless when it all came together it's a beautiful looking Buck yes I think he was speechless I but he really wasn't sure whether I would do it and then I think he was not sure that would publish it so he he was actually I think he was excited when I got that far yeah no kidding well it is published you can get it on Amazon dot com that's one of the many places Colton in the bull frog adventure and we're speaking with Julie Rogers about frog's really in about being with her grandson and actually putting this together so you know this is one grandchild is there's others that are going to one and your children's everybody want a piece of this negative two books with everyone well we all right the home the only stars so I guess I'm gonna go to four I love it what a great way to spend time with your grandchildren there's no question about it Julie thanks so much for joining us on the shelf thank you I've enjoyed it all right so it was so interesting to talk about the frogs and you heard Julie to me because that's when the growing up I can remember soon as a summer hit them here and frogs and just the various noises and that's what truly one we talked and you heard there as she said for awhile how the kids are running around and they were they were croaking like frogs and so here on the author's corner I just wanted to say this that I look this up that the you know there are six thousand species of frogs six thousand can you imagine that and of course a frog I look if you look at the definition of a frog it's a member of a diverse and largely carnivorous group this is the definition of short body the tailless amphibians composing composing of the order a Nora in the wild I had no idea but here's a here's the other cool part about this is that if you look at the the origins of it this goes they go all the way back they tie all the way back to two hundred and sixty five million years ago and this is another thing too and I were talking about you know in your backyard you see different frogs and try to identify what kind of problems they are and I've been at a lot of different places where they have frogs roll over the place that the south American horned frog which is beautiful looking and then I think one of the most beautiful frogs I've ever seen is a poison dart frog and is bluish.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Every day frog and to respect his crane who's out there we the and teaching him about wild animals yeah well and for your for your husband and putting the book together and saying you're going to do what was I would imagine in some ways was kind of speechless when it all came together it's a beautiful looking Buck do you think he was speechless I but he really wasn't sure whether I would do it and then I think he was just not sure that would publish it so he he was actually I think he was excited when I got that far yeah no kidding well it is published you can get it on Amazon dot com that's one of the many places Colton in the bull frog adventure they were speaking with Julie Rogers about frog's really in about being with her grandson and then actually putting this together so you know this is one grand child is yet there's others that are going to one and your children does everybody want a piece of this you're gonna have to books with everyone well we all right and I am the only story students though I guess I'm gonna go to four I love it what a great way to spend time with your grandchildren there's no question about it Julie thanks so much for joining us on the show thank you I've enjoyed it all right so it was so interesting to talk about the frogs and you heard Julie to me because that's what the grown up I can remember soon as the summer hit them here and frogs and just the various noises and that's what Julie when we talked and you heard there as she said for awhile how the kids are running around and they were they were croaking like frogs and so here on the author's corner I just wanted to say this that I look this up that the you know there are six thousand species of frogs six thousand can you imagine that and of course a frog I look if you look at the definition of a frog it's a member of a diverse and largely carnivorous group this is what the definitions of short bodied tailless amphibians composing composing of the order and Nora in the wild I had no idea but here's a here's the other cool part about this is that if you look at the the origins of it this goes they go all the way back they tie all the way back to two hundred and sixty five million years ago and this is another thing Julie and I were talking about you know in your backyard you see different frogs and try to identify what kind of problems they are and I've been at a lot of different places where they have frogs roll over the place are they the south American horned frog which is beautiful looking and then I think one of the most beautiful frogs I've ever seen is a poison dart frog and it's bluish when.

"julie rogers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Taking you to Georgia where I had a great conversation with this woman off the air Julie Rogers has written a book a children's book called cold and the bull frog adventure I mean first of all bull frogs and I think of frogs and my own childhood in cherry hill New Jersey and the frogs croaking in the backyard so immediately I knew I was going to like her and this book is so clever Julie thanks so much for coming on all I'm glad to be here so let's talk about what made you decide you're gonna write a children's book because so many people have these ideas of writing a book a children's book a novel of whatever but they never do it what inspired you to begin writing a children's book well I retired from teaching and I've always felt that I wanted to write a book but it to me nearly six years to decide to get down and right one but my grandchildren got behind me and wanted me to do it says as pushed forward and decided to go ahead with it no it's interesting you and I talked about one of your grandchildren Colton and he helped you with the book that probably was motivating bowls that like do you think through his eyes and being with him and doing this he was really excited about it and he urged me he was really excited and hate Kurdish being on ward I was excited about stating the frog and morning tonight what frogs do you and when he found out I was going to really do the as he got behind me and making sure that our sound Hey ask so he was really the one that was old enough to know what was going on down there yeah we're excited and and when we started making funny sounds they were really excited yeah we should explain everyone I think that's the that's the interesting thing and I bet there's people out there I'd mention the croaking of the frogs and it really is unique isn't it because there's a lot of different sounds that frogs make and I I told you there's so many different kinds of frogs it's amazing when you start to look into this but I can only imagine what that was like having him learn those sounds were your was one of your in laws and perhaps your own child ready to strangle you for printing him they were all ready to strangle all of us running around the house making the frog fans that we were making they were excited about it and did they had they had to learn something new and they were sharing all the time for the week there that that's so so funny so what did you want to talk about this too what what what what did you find out about frogs it was so interesting is that the sounds that they make well I'm not only the stance that they might but when he found out about their mating habits the handles that was very interesting I found out about where they Lee L. and we and they hung there were just a lot of things that we did not is that were interesting yes it's that so it's not face value you see a frog but you don't realize it comes it's like anything that we think of right and you were a teacher in our mind so what's the deal with frogs and there's much more to that than than meets the eye right yes a lot more I love that and again we're speaking with a Julie Rogers he's read a book called Colton and the bull frog adventure some of you can relate that our grandparents out there others with kids in this is a children's book who did the illustrations for your book they're beautiful not there right now that's okay because the I was the reason I brought it up is because he did such a great job and on the cover of the book it's it's Joshua Allen who did the illustrations thank you yeah that's okay Joshua did a great job because on you see in the back there's a flashlight and there's a you can see the back of a man a little boy and then the light and you see the frog with the guys and the light shining on the frog so is that a pond that's related to you do you have a pond near your house well actually I have a beach a small fish pond in my backyard and we pretended our imagination worked overtime and we pretended that that was a pond in our backyard I love it so tell us about writing the meat of the book what is the if if I ask you which I am asking you now Hey we know it's about frogs tell us a little bit more what is the book really about what's the lesson in the book I realized the lesson in the book is about respect at that age children today do not understand respect I don't understand respect a lot of times for animals and a lot of times for adults elder elderly people our NGOs my age I'm not in the order but they don't understand respect for people and for pay it and this is something that they need to learn and that's what I felt like they would get from this story is tasked to restate their grandparents and pay it and I'll just wild animals they need to learn the S. and that's what Colton was due and he was learning to restate Bronx.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on 1A

1A

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on 1A

"Medical Bill Issue We're seeing hospitals suing their patients for unpaid bills. I mean a lot of this goes back to individuals the caller from earlier who just cannot pay the higher deductibles higher out of pocket costs But we're we're seeing profiteering tyring all over the healthcare system Michael there's profiteering all over the healthcare system and I'm sure it's in Colorado to what what's your prediction you know. Go the GO-TO years out for me and predict what costs overall cost in. Colorado are going to look like once you get your public option in place in more people in the marketplace as have access to it so I think costs will be reduced and I want to touch on one thing that you you two were just talking about as far as the the community purchasing model itself itself So it's not just the individual and small group. It's it's the entire marketplace. Oh the individual the small group and large group markets and self funded plans as as well. That's where we think there are some real key differences between what's been done before and what the consumer purchasing model really is putting forth But as far as overall Kassir concerned we think that we're we're attacking costs on on multiple different fronts. Were trying to bring transparency to our hospital systems in amount that folks are actually paying for For their care when they go to hospitals we're trying to bring More affordability through obviously the public option and the alliances. There's there's a real. There's a real focus with this administration that we are going to do everything that we can bring more affordability to our system as the governor would say we want people to stop being ripped off on healthcare so in the in two years to answer your question directly tied you're gonNA see cost lower in Colorado but that will endure to the benefit of Colorado's you're gonNA see Colorado with more affordable healthcare well if the experiment and Colorado works other states will have to take notice. That's how it's supposed to work Julie Rovner. Let's pull back from Summit County. Let's pull back from Colorado. We're talking about innovation in one county a public option in Colorado. Really what we're talking about it is is an American healthcare system. That is a a patchwork mess we wouldn't be having these discussions. If Washington hadn't been able to pass cohesive coherent healthcare policy we. We don't have to go down a rabbit hole of blaming Congress but really these little innovations around the country that we're talking about our because we have a broken system absolutely and I think you know we've had a broken system for many many years. The affordable care act was a step but only a step towards trying to rationalize some of it. But we have I think a different crisis that's popped opt since the affordable care act pass. It used to be you were healthcare. Have you had insurance or have not. You didn't have insurance now. We're hearing from people who have insurance and still can't afford their healthcare. That's a different kind of problem. And I think that's what's really driving policymakers. Because now we're not talking about you know fifteen percent of the country we're talking talking about almost everyone fascinating. I'm going to give the last word to Sally who's listening listening right now. And she wrote this as a Canadian. My mind is at ease knowing knowing that no matter where I might break my leg or have a baby. My Bill will be the same as my neighbor spelled with a u zero dollars. I feel incredibly. Sorry sorry for the people on your show knowing that any illness could bankrupt them. It must be a terrible dilemma. Trying to decide which family member gets health insurance. That note comes from our our neighbors to the North Canada which has as we know single payer healthcare. We've been speaking to Colorado's Insurance Commissioner Michael Conway Michael Thank you so much wjr. Thank you todd. And Julie. Roger My longtime colleague chief Washington correspondent with Kaiser Health News host of the. What the health podcast? WHO has a new article out out on Kaiser Health News? NPR say are a new a new piece on NPR looking at nine Issues in healthcare in the election. Is that right. That's right this conversation. Asian was produced by Amanda Williams with help from K. U. N. C.. Scott Franz. It was edited by Matthew Simonsen K.. UNC is northern Colorado's public radio. It's one of our one A.. Across America Partner Stations One across America.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"We're taking you to Georgia where I had a great conversation with this woman off the air Julie Rogers has written a book a children's book called cold and the bull frog adventure I mean first of all bull frogs and I think of frogs and my own childhood in cherry hill New Jersey and the frogs croaking in the backyard so immediately I knew I was going to like her and this book is so clever Julie thanks so much for coming on I'm glad to be here so let's talk about what made you decide you're going to write a children's book because so many people have these ideas of writing a book a children's book a novel or whatever but they never do it what inspired you to begin writing a children's book well I retired from teaching and I've always felt that I wanted to write a book but it to me nearly six years to decide it down and not one that my grandchildren got behind me and wanted me to do it as fast pushed forward and decided to go ahead with it no it's interesting you and I talked about one of your grandchildren cold and he helped you with the book that probably was motivating goal is that like do you think through his eyes and being with him and doing this he was really excited about it and he couldn't make he was really excited and hate being on ward I was excited about steadying the frog and morning to know what frog do you and when he found out I was going to really do the as he got behind me and making sure that our sound Hey ask he was really the one that was old enough to know what was going on the other yeah we're excited and and when we started making funny sounds they were really excited yeah we should explain everyone I think that's the that's the interesting thing and I bet there's people out there I'd mention the croaking of the frogs and it really is unique isn't it because there's a lot of different sounds that frogs Megan I I told you there's so many different kinds of frogs it's amazing when you start to look into this but I can only imagine what that was like having him learn those sounds were your was one of your in laws and perhaps your own child ready to strangle youth in the they were all ready to strangle on our running around the house making it the frog fans that we were making they were excited about it and did they had they had to learn something new and I were sharing all the time for the week there that's so so funny so what did you even I talk about this too what what what what did you find out about frogs it was so interesting is that the sounds that they make well not only the sounds that they might but when he found out about their mating habits the bad head cold that will be interesting I found out about where they Lee L. and we and they hung there were just a lot of things that we now is that were interesting yes it's that so it's not face value you see a frog but you don't realize it comes it's like anything that we think of right and you were a teacher in our mind so what's the deal with frogs and there's much more to that than than meets the eye right yes a lot more I love that and again we're speaking with a Julie Rogers he's read a book called Colton and the bull frog adventure some of you can relate that our grandparents out there others with kids and this is a children's book who did the illustrations for your book they're beautiful okay that's okay because the I was the reason I brought it up is because he did such a great job and on the cover of the book it's it's Joshua Allen who did the illustrations thank you yeah that's okay Joshua did a great job because on you see in the back there's a flashlight and there is a you can see the back of a man a little boy and then the light and you see the frog with the guys and the light shining on the frog so is that a pond that's related to you do you have a pond near your house well actually I have a bichon small fish pond in my backyard and we pretended our imagination more Denver clams and we pretended that that was a pond in their backyard I love it so tell us about writing the meat of the book what is the if if I ask you which I am asking you now Hey we know it's about frogs tell us a little bit more what is the book really about what's the lesson in the book I realized the lesson in the book is about we stay at that age children today do not understand respect I don't understand respect a lot of times per animals and a lot of times for adults elder elderly people our age yes my age I'm not in the order but they don't understand respect for people and for pay it and this is something that they need to learn and that is what I feel like they would get from this story is tasked to restate their grandparents and paying it and I'll just wild animals they need to learn the S. and that's what Colton was due and he was learning to restate Bronx to listen and respect from and to restate his crane who's out there we the and teaching him about wild animals yeah well and for your for your husband and putting the book together and saying you're going to do it what was it I would imagine so always was kind of speechless when it all came together the beautiful looking Buck yes I think he was speechless I I think that he really wasn't sure whether I would do it and then I thank you wish I'm not sure that would publish it so he he was actually I think he was excited when I got that far yeah no kidding well it is published you can get it on Amazon dot com that's one of the many places Colton and the bull frog adventure and we're speaking with Julie Rogers about frog's really in about being with her grandson and then actually putting this together so you know this is one grand child is there's others that are going to one and your children does everybody want a piece of this you're gonna do books with everyone well the all star and then adding him the only stars so I guess I'm gonna go to war I love it what a great way to spend time with your grandchildren there's no question about it Julie thanks so much for joining us on the show thank you I've enjoyed it all right so it was so interesting to talk about the frogs and you heard Julie to me because that's what the grown up I can remember soon as the summer hit them here and frogs and just the various noises and that's what truly one we talked and you heard there as she said for awhile how the kids are running around and they were they were croaking like frogs and so it here on the author's corner I just wanted to say this that I look this up that the you know there are six thousand species of frogs six thousand can you imagine that and of course a frog I will if you look at the definition of a frog it's a member of a diverse and largely carnivorous group this is what the definitions of short bodied tailless amphibians composing composing of the order and Nora in the wild I had no idea but here's a here's the other cool part about this is that if you look at the the origins of it this goes they go all the way back they tie all the way back to two hundred and sixty five million years ago and this is another thing too and I were talking about you know in your backyard you see different frogs and try to identify what kind of problems they are and I've been at a lot of different places where they have frogs roll over the place are they the south American horned frog which is beautiful looking and then I think one of those beautiful frogs I've ever seen is a poison dart frog and is bluish.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on KCRW

"My colleague Natalie catcher spoke with religion reporter Elizabeth Dyess about the writer ritual held Evans so when his ritual get sick so on Palm Sunday in the middle of a brawl Rachel sends out a tweet and she says if you are the praying type I'm in the hospital with a flu and you TI combo and I'm having a severe allergic reaction to the antibiotics and Gina she jokes I'm gonna miss game of thrones and things escalated from there her brain began having these seizures and they'd just didn't stop at some points the news trickles out on social media and everyone organizes that prayer campaign for her with this hash tag you know pray for our HD and you started to just see this flood of prayers from all sorts of people many of him you had never ever met each other in person but we're all part of Rachel's church you know on her social media feed and then on may fourth came the news that all of the sudden she had experienced said in an extreme changes to her vitals and her brain was swelling and doctors tech emergency action to stabilize her but the swelling just cause severe damage and ultimately was not survival so Rachel died early Saturday morning may fourth twenty nineteen for me personally it feels right you know not alone in the world because she was in it sorry he the hard once she dies it's instantaneous I mean the outpouring of grief across the world it wasn't just keep all you might have considered themselves Rachel and it was people that she had sparred with you know evangelical man has she taken to task were remembering how grateful they were to her for her authenticity didn't stop that went on for days people trying to make sense of how someone's so loved and so young just died in the middle of this dynamic work that she was doing so I have to ask Rachel built this community and now she's gone what happens well you might think that when someone so central to community diets that the whole project might disintegrate but Rachel our own evolution gave all of us the fearlessness to evolve to teach and be currency it created much community we knew that we didn't have to involve allow she walked with her if nobody else would she would walk by fax she said the folks you're starting out of the church today will be meeting at Morrow that you're at work the futures and the margin the last thing that her readers heard from her was this blog post that she wrote for lent and I'll read it she said it strikes me today that the liturgy of Ash Wednesday teaches something that nearly everyone can agree on whether you are part of a church or not whether you believe to dare you doubt whether you are Christian or an atheist or an agnostic you know this truth deep in your bones remember that you are dust and to dust you will return death is a part of life my prayer for you this season is that you make time to celebrate that reality and to grieve that reality and that you will know you are not alone all all thanks to really step selenite a white Julie Rogers any case stingy ending brown in math you for sharing their stories with us he.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"So thank you so much for talking and sharing and that so interesting to hear about your dad or your grandfather and it sounds like he's like a really cool guy doing some really hard work inside a place that is very resistant to change I think what's dominating our culture right now is the idea that when we say Christian what comes to our mind is a white heterosexual even draw a local man who's like mid fifties an upper middle class. yeah also his wife super hot on Instagram. yeah you know what I'm talking about. and still. that's that's what dominates our idea of what faith is an American that is wrong that is not what date does in America like we've I mean we're like the home of like. you know like African American social justice movements that arose from like politically progressive churches in the south like Dorothy day like you know. right and and so when we only privilege one voice over another voice we fail to realize that there are so many people like her grandfather out there doing the work trying to do the change and it might feel like you're alone but you're actually part of like a grand tradition in space and and so what I have been telling people is like sometimes it's impossible to change systems from the inside sometimes you just got a burning down I don't mean that literally I'm not actually advocate understand actually talk to me later but like that like here's the thing if your church does that a farm you know get a dozen a firm I gay marriage does that ordain women leave it's twenty nineteen it's too late you know what I mean like we're not going to have this conversation over didn't call because there's so many other great places and great spaces that are doing the work there so many good I mean there's so many good places here one of my favorite people in the face our lives here her name is Julie Rogers maybe if you know her but like she's like they're doing it so like go hang out with her right like find your people and don't just believe the lie that just to be Christian is to be this one thing or to be a person of bait this to be that's one thing but then kill your grandpa sounds awesome super rad. this is lance subtitle to a book the story of great loss can removal in middle America. hello.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on Double Toasted

"So the contestants were callers, but we had, you know, celebrity comedians and radio announcers, and, you know, singers, Brenda Russell and all kinds of folks like that coming on the show, and I was then people would say, oh, you mean like Vanna white. I'm like no pets Jack. That's what was, and we had a viewer listener came on, and she was telling her stories about said, give me your worst hair. We've story and she came she said I was at church. And I thought it was cute. And I had this ponytail on, and this is the cable hug me. And she said n. Shit came off, and you could not say that in nineteen eighty five. Yeah, there was no six second delay. Oh, wait. FCC would've snatched us like they don't like shit is now the approve word on TV now. So you can say shouldn't you could say shit? Now, you could not say shit then. So that's probably why you hosted anymore. Your own number one hit one. Lasted one. Good thirteen weeks. And, you know, next time anybody said, Julie Rogers from tell me something good the crickets, which is the loud. You can't find any of this online anyway. No, I have not been able to happen that a friend of mine, oldest shit friend of mine had on VHS shut up. Added VHS. Transferred to DVD. Like obsolete on top obsolete. Got a track to see you. All my gut right now is cute, according to us. Yeah. You know, people I'm talking to Martin as long lost sister that he found on ancestry dot com right now. This is like a long as commercial districts. Just give you some money. I'm just saying, you know. Well, I'm glad you found each of it. I really am. I really have. Yeah you are door. I gotta give you that you talk a lot of shit but you adorable for south east. You couldn't live. You couldn't be light skinned live in southeast with out being able to so those you'll realize. Very ones that, that granddaddy. Tell you to not let that Turkish woman show. I'm not look, you know, you go get drinks. I can't fuck around no more. But I can flirt. I can still learn ain't nothing wrong with Barry. Yes. Exactly. Exactly. Yeah. Let's you got us to. People who look out for him, don't she say? See what's see you. She used to wash the shows to see what was going to say and I was good for about two months. I'll get on here man. My wife was wonderful. My wife is amazing woman, this lovely live. I would not be the man on today without my wife. I can't in the day, she got bored with their. Starts like so guess what? She did. A day, you know is going to happen that cheap will have just happened to turn the show on base. You know she draws win. I'm saying. And your women classically. They don't they don't come after the man, they always run after the woman. That's, that's this culture Turkey though, she'll stab my advert. And then try that whole saying, I don't have to outrun the bear. I just have to outrun, you. That's what actually I'd never heard this before chasing. We understand. I don't have to run the I just got out run. You know you. Well, you know what me and my brother going to be in the car, and he's always doing podcasts. And I'm going to be hanging on. Oh, let me, let me, let me, let me send you back to you. See plug in trouble over here. No trump. No not. I don't either. I don't need you. We talked too much to each other. But this. All my hoses on us. Are you? Are you really married children, are you? No, I'm actually brand new divorce was getting divorced. We found each other really. Yes. So it became official like in September. So I'm like in coal do over what congratulations reinventing myself? All it. So you at the reading them streets, living library, nine run in streets. Somebody mama. Four four hold his oldest one. Twenty six twenty six grandmother, your grandmother. I am a grandmother. Jesus born. So then proficiently makes you a gift. Saver too..

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"julie rogers" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on The Daily

"Can make. Ask you one question about your faith will undoubtedly lead to another Rachel held Evans was the thirty seven year old writer changing your mind about one idea means you will likely scrutinize others who didn't always even seem totally sure that she was a Christian and allowing yourself to have doubts about Christianity or about your present version of Christianity. Put your sense of safety security certainty at risk, and yet it is absolutely one hundred percent worth it. She almost single handedly brought together in entirely new kind of community that is defining Christianity for the next generation because living in faith. Tried tested hard, one faith is so much better than living in fear. So my name is Roselle day, white. My name is William still. I am Julie Rogers. I live in Washington DC with my life, and our two cats. When I first encountered way chill, and her work, I.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Removed from this world? Rodney kala, he's seventy five. He was known as the dating game killer for his nineteen seventy eight appearance on of all things. The dating game. We're gonna have a great time together in maybe the creepiest episode ever on the dating game. Because this bachelor looking for love back in nineteen seventy eight is actually a serial killer. I'm called the banana looking really good. Okay. How about this guy? This guy's spared. Five of the crimes killing seven women and girls five of the victims were in California to or New York. Carey Steiner fifty seven years old convicted for killing four women within the span of five months near Yosemite park in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine how about you know, him Scott Peterson. He's now forty six convicted fifteen years ago. Can you believe fifteen years have gone by since this creep, murdered his wife Lacey, and there's unborn son? Conner. How about Richard Alan Davis? This piece of filth who flipped off Polycom classes family killed little Polly class confessed to it in December of ninety three kidnapped and murdered this twelve year old girl. He's at San Quentin. He'd already committed a long list of crimes was violating the time of the kidnapping, Marcus west. And he's seventy two convicted or no five murdered nine of his children. All of whom were fathered by him were born to his wife daughters is to his wife, daughters and nieces, Edward Wyckoff. It was fifty gets the death penalty. No nine for killing his sister and brother-in-law Paul and Julie Rogers with a knife and a wheel barrel handle Darnell Williams. Twenty eight years old shot in each year old girl named Alicia Kara dean during a sleepover with friends. How about this filth? Charles zing. This come of the world is now fifty eight. Prosecution cost thirteen million dollars. He was sentenced to death in nineteen ninety nine for killing six men. Three women to infancy cabinet in the Sierra Nevada with an accomplice in one thousand nine hundred eighty five read about that creep and see how sadistic he was. He is one of the worst of the worst. How about Joseph nasal eighty-five? Now, a former photography involved with the deaths of four women during the seventies and nineties all of them all of them. Will benefit from Gavin Newsom 's move today, we'll lighten things up coming up, also Google home. Good.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"And I get the degree difficulty hasn't been the highest. But he's a rookie thrown into that fire trying to live up to that defense. He's playing with such conviction such a thority for a kid he so decisive and everything that he does he's not getting enough credit for how he's operating the offense the way they're designing it for him. Right. And again, Colin Kaepernick was really good especially at that stage yet. Yes. He could throw it much better. I think than this kid, bro. I would agree. But on real raw speed. I mean, Colin could once he got on well, and he could fly fly. Okay. So this defense is number one in the National Football League. And they are also number one in time of possession. That's a formula. You can take on the road. Julie Rogers, right? So I like Lamar to pull this up set off because he's one four thousand nine miracle away from being five, correct? They had them down at Kansas City. Kansas City isn't very good on defense. But they had them down twenty four to seventeen and that your kid homeboy. He he rolls out and closes is not shucks it back into the middle of the field with a minute and twenty nine left entire says. Oh, I see it and he sought before about three other. Right. And then you know, the fourth in three he needed a four three and they pulled it out they salvaged overtime. They want it and overtime. God bless them. But this kid is playing at a high level. I don't think he will be intimidated by coming to play the chargers in a stadium in which they don't have a great home field advantage. I hate to say that because we were Los Angeles. But it's just the truth. The Ran's barely have home field. Advantage. That's rigidly. Mean it's a great place to play that other place is not a great place and the crowd does not really back them hard. So I think the ravens I think it's almost like playing on a neutral site. And I like I like the ravens to steal this one twenty to seventeen you look at Lamar Jackson has played two teams have putting Vincent the falcons in Casey when they have terrible deepens. Yeah. The difference is not only can the charge a score. Their defense is better than any of the defense date phasing since Lamar Jackson has been in there. The question is how fundamentally sound when you play a guy like Lamar Jackson. You must be fundamentally sound if your responsibility to quarterback, I don't care about the running back. My responsibility is Lamar Jackson if your responsibility of running back. I don't care about Lamar Jackson own your responsibility. But anytime Lamar Jackson sticks that ball in the belly. And he hands it. I'm gonna get a shot in on him. Okay. I'm teams. Tried mama. Make sure I do against Tampa. He ran eighteen. Times for ninety five yards. He's averaging five yards a care. He seems to be able to withstand the punishment. And he does avoid the quote unquote kill shots. Do not know a quarterback that has sustained success running the football. There've been a lot of them's get Randall Cunningham comes to mind Steve Young had to revamp the way he played the game. Yup. My and Michael tell you I wish early in my career I had run less individual throw it a lot better he gender, but he had a big arm and look at Cam a bit R G three couldn't protect himself. Okay. How 'bout tin Tibo? He ran the Broncos to a division title and a playoff win over big. Ben Rothlisberger the fifth best quarterback in this generation as we just discussed. You know? Did he not do not do that?.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

Homo Sapiens

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on Homo Sapiens

"Brilliant yeah good sending visions today i tell you that this week i fell into i fell into one of the rows of sees yet because i have to run to the back and i miss timed it and i thought i was at the back to run along there no sees and i missed it by one i went and litsch discharged into the rope fell over onto people are madam so it's been difficult i crashed and it's very hard tell you the hardest thing is intending say chephren i say to you guys when you came in having a shit time but you know when you're in the work situation i wonder if you relate to this and how are you and i'm like i'm fine i'm fine i can barely shit you know what i mean so that's hard anyway my brother's been amazing and he put me the bag of like different selections of chocolates from chocolate show corners and that sway that these research pieces on the table those guests you those are from animals missing bobby bobby mccain's pick up the dog that's been staying for three weeks and they gave given me determent moons couple of both those weeds yeah no the quote me some sweets and some soaks i will be bidding them for the iphone case that will be really yeah bobby was sweetness and light i thought eastern is in live chewed up calvin kleins my iphone case and a couple of pairs of mucci soaks both know even exchanged four julie rogers in rhesus piece for office when i'm say armani socks probably three.

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"julie rogers" Discussed on Cross of Christ Church - Audio

Cross of Christ Church - Audio

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"julie rogers" Discussed on Cross of Christ Church - Audio

"For christ we all need him and if they're the bottom of this is not six wrong with your same back back in a bind made a one free me to another to ethic that i would treat at just a little bit so forth anyway elaborately what i would say is that efficient 429 we are to speak in such a way that gives grace to the here so in that context if the here is armed at a someone who is identifies as gay or lesbian and does not is is uncharged your presenting the gospel that's a great way to go but if you're talking to matthew vines or julie rogers or on anyone from the gay christian network or you gotta have a difference conversation because what you just said if you take it apart from its biblical heritage which is exactly where the gay christian movement goes than what you're going to get our people who say look you know i have a hive you scripture i have a high view of scripture uh but i know that god loves me because i am a christian and those are those six pesky verses and they're they're they're only six of them after all and they're very marginal they're very small the rate and significance of and i do have christ i have christ and i have my my lesbian lover and we're great we're good so you got to be careful i mean it's an audience question is a nuance question uh and and so i would just went in your listeners who are in the church to narrow that that when you're speaking the someone give them what they can here but we should understand that the sin of homosexuality is actually a up it is a big sin and it's a big sin because it attacks the creation ordinance.

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