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"kate helen" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Worldwide at wcbm dot com. Okay, we are back and say something about I spoke earlier in the program, and I said that the dark ages will be upon us. If the election is lost by President Trump, and people have asked me to say, Well, Pat. What will the socialist to do? What will the socialist they're going to do four things right away. If you look at history, and you look at socialism and Nazi Germany in Italy with Mussolini if you look at socialism in Venezuela or Cuba They always move it. What I call fast and furious when they're going to put their program in place. The agenda. It's fast, they get it done. Here's the first thing they're going, They're going to pass a resolution to get rid of The electoral college. Now, once they get rid of the electoral College, Republican conservative or patriotic president will never be elected again. They'll do that first. The second thing they will do is they will make Washington D c. The 51st state. You know what that does is that brings two guaranteed in perpetuity forever. Democrat U S senators. That means they will take control of the U. S senate so they will have the presidency the U. S Senate and the House of Representatives forever. The third thing they will do is they will make All 22 million illegal immigrants. Voters in America. That means a Republican will never be elected to County Council Mayor Whatever the fourth thing they will do is they will pass what is called The equal time or fairness law, which will eliminate this show and all talk radio. So citizens. Conservatives will never be able to elect anybody to anything and they won't even know what's going on. That's what they condemn you and the 1st 100 days. Off Biden's presidency. That's what they do. All right, Let's talk with Helen and Kate. Helen. Good evening. Hide. My question has nothing to do with anything we're talking about right now. You know, when General flames pleaded guilty? I heard all the talk shows. You know, I listened to box all the time. And all the talk show said that he pleaded guilty because it was afraid they would attack his son. Well, what did his son do? They even have anything to attack. Well, he didn't do anything, but they were going to go after him as being associated with General Flynn and talking with Russians and some other people. But that in itself was not a violation of the law, which is what the attorney general said. So they were no railroading Flynn at the same time, they were going to railroad, his family and his son and he caved in, You know, because he didn't want it, And that's nothing new. Will you know that happens all the time. There's federal prosecution. I just couldn't take around everybody saying that he did it because they weren't his son. I don't know what they would even have. I don't even know his son is what he does. You know, I just have no idea and nobody's ever mentioned. A reason that someone could get away after his. They don't need a reason. Well, I know that. I mean, I don't need a reason, but his son was associated with him in his business before when he was a national security. Consultant. So they can find out. They could say his son didn't go to the bathroom twice today. You know they threatened his family. He already had spent $3 million in lost his home. And he said Enough is enough. So he caved in. This's what's happening in America. You know what it's called. It's called punishment politics out there in California. You had a young lady who wanted to wipe out the black lives matter sign, and they not only indicted her, but they charged her with hate crimes. You have a person standing in front of his house, defending himself with his second Amendment rights, and the local state's attorney wants to charge him with a hate crime. Right? Right. Well, that's happening all across America. Helen, this is ridiculous, and it really makes me sick. Because All that beautiful artwork and every time something insult somebody knocking down? No, because it's a double standard. And you see, this is what's bad. We're talking about socialism. Okay, We all know what socialism is its power of government over people's rights. But what's different about this movement in America? People say this is the Civil War is not a civil war. It's a war of conquest. The other side. The destroy America movement is out to destroy America. That's a war of conquest. And here's what's really scary about it. That makes it different than socialism. Is this punishment politics? We're not even into socialism and people are being punished. They're losing their careers. They're losing their jobs. All kinds of crazy. Things are being done to take away fairness and constitutional rights from people, which is the foundation. Same way. This is what Vince's crab house is all about. They want to take away their I'm not going to let him do it, and we need more people that are fighters. Yeah, we're going to lose this country, Helen. I know off my friends. Unfortunately for Democrats, Well, you could be a Democrat, the Brenda in Vince's or Democrats. You know, I hate the whole. Well, that's because you know what they're called. They're called useful idiots. That's because they have been lied to, and they bought it and then when they take over on the other side a year from now, There comes they'll come to you and say, Helen, my God, I never knew this was going to have to see it happening. Just reading some headline about Hong Kong. And They're burning books. And they're punishing people for the slightest fraction. Hong Kong is going Hong Kong is done. And that just goes to show you when the comedies and socialists and all these people take over. This is what you get. When we've already burned our books. We burned all the books that made any sense in colleges across the United States. Every campus has burned their books and our Children which we're paying for their education are being brainwashed by Howard Zinn's history of the United States, which is a Communist book. There were, you know, Might my son my youngest child went to college? And managed to get out without Forming therapy. Yeah, well, some of it. I have a number of millennials that work for me, and they also got through and they're still red, White and Blue patriots also. I mean, I'm not sure about my other too. I mean, I think they lean towards The Democrats, and I just feel sick about two years from now. There'll be raising hell in saying what happened to us. All right, Helen. Thank you. Thanks for the call. We appreciate it. All right. We're not ready for a break it right. So let's talk to Bob in Parkville. Good evening. Valerie Valerie, that your name they had a caller. About the phone.
"kate helen" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Not open up to those that have seen her at her most vulnerable, so I love that line in many different ways. And of course Christian is becoming the man of faith from this perspective, talking about fate, and how he's on his way to Sydney, Australia. For whatever reason Anna is going to accept this offer from Christian shepherd. Hey, come to Sydney with me. Good need a bodyguard room doing a little dangerous. I'm going to get really really drunk and yell at a woman in the rain and I'm GonNa need a bodyguard for this job. He needs protector and she basically just like signs on the line, right then and there a little bit of skepticism of like I. Don't even know your name, but it's not even like. The money! What are you GonNa pay me. What are you? GonNa pay me to quit my job as a security guard. To Go and be your personal security detail for five minutes. and. We have seen that you quit the job, right? She's not just like hey. I'm GonNa Leagues on. Please go away. Take your stupid ass song so. Hard It. Not long ago, so. This could uses me. I think we Yati Yada Pass. I don't know that we needed a full flashback scene of contract negotiations, but I think like to get her to accept the job in the space of this scene. Feels a little soon little soon. Yeah, it does feel I mean I think it's this idea that much like we'll see with many characters, and you have reasoned a lot as to why even so recently as when we guessed it on crazy, hang TV to talk about through the looking glass as to why an episode like stranger in a strange land needs to exist canonical for us to see Jack at the very bottom during through the looking glass. Glass Flash forward, it's idea of like what happens when we see a character at their worst, and as we've talked about with episodes like fire plus water, oftentimes at is unpalatable, but wonder if that is sort of a reflection on that character facet. This idea that because she feels like she has nothing to lose at this point considering that she has lost everything else. He's like sure why the hell, not, if this leads to my death, so we'll. Should, should we talk about the pseudonym choice as well because I know that once people heard Sarah perked up a lot of ears, especially as we get into the season, three flashbacks officer Sarah Lucia Is is the name that is going to be picked for. Per Christian Christian is GonNa. Say You look like a Sarah. You should be Sarah Sarah, being the name of Jack's ex wife soon to be ex wife at the very least here. And I know that there's still a lot of questions about who did Sarah Leave Jack Four. Jack is going to believe that. Maybe she left me for my dad. Does this move the needle for you one way or the other Mike. Do you have a strong feeling about this? I'm still in the belief that it was not Christian shepherd because that feels like a little why it's a lie. It's a lie I'm hugging it out in the Afterlife Church. I feel like even all that time I. Don't know that you necessarily forgive that one. Yeah I'm more associate as Christian Church sees like a young broken woman in Ana Lucia, and he happens to have like a young broken woman in his immediate family and Sarah as well so it's almost like. That akin to a knock gets locked out and he accidentally calls Hey Kate Helen in walkabout, but it could be a similar thing of like you remind me of this person, not someone who I'm romantically involved with, but the the the way you behave right now. You sort of remind me of somebody that I know so I'm going to call you Sarah. jury's out as to where Tom come from much like Mike Thomas, just a name that everywhere also. Thomas Clare's, Baby Daddy Errands Baby Daddy There's there's Tom the guy that got killed. There's Tom. Friendly there may be another Tom. I'm sure. That's from this from. Knowing that there's got to be I feel like we're missing. A Tom Is there Tommy here somewhere. His balmy. No sand only. Let's see so I'm looking at Tom Disintegration on loss pedia. So we have Tom Sawyer which. Anthony. Cooper's alias is Tom. Connelly met Tom Connolly yet. I'm not sure no. That's the person who plays a young chucky wigs. There's a lot of times a lot of times a lot of times so I don't know what if this is just another Tom in joke for lost, but Tommy, boy! It is for Christian Shepherd, so they're going to go to Australia together and I. Just because it's been a while since we've had to discover why these people go to Sydney I, always forget the lovely expository thing they have to do of always clarifying that. It's The Sydney Australia Acidini in Australia. We'll get it. We'll get one anti-culture bomb later like I'm in Sydney Yeah. Is Important. Express that a couple of times. If we can all right, so they're going to go to Australia together. Meanwhile back on the island is washing her forehead. She has a Gash from the fight with Ben. She has a funny line to Libby when Libby shows APPs I cut myself shaving. I always enjoyed that. She says the guy in the hatch tried to kill me and I'm fine, but he's not going to be. Libby says Anna don't do anything stupid. Don't do anything that is going to get you and me killed and forty minutes from now. I, mean I guess the thing is to from an onscreen perspective. That's going to be the last thing she ever said. Super Dark. All Right? Let's go back to the hatch and a very good conversation that is going to go down this classic. This conversation between Ben and Locke when Locke goes to the armory and has some questions for the prisoner. If you've come to apologize. I forgive you for hitting me with your crutch. I'm so glad my head didn't break in. Why? Now that's a broad question. To try to hurt. Me! I'm not sure I. Know What you're getting. I was trapped under the door. Helpless! You could crashed my skull, but you didn't do thing. Why didn't you? Because you're one of the good ones John. What. I couldn't what? None of this matters I'm dead anyway. Doctors gone to make a trade. and. We both know he'll come back empty-handed and then. I've lost my value. So either. Jack comes back and kills me on my people. Find out where I'm being held and they do it. Would Your Own People WanNa? Kill you. Because the man in charge. He's a great man John. Brilliant Man. He is not a forgiving. Kill me because I fail John. Failed my mission. What mission. That woman caught me in trap. I was on my way here. I was coming for you. Off! I many times. Not even the first, but the last of many times for a while. I guess that Ben is just going to like thoroughly lodge himself one hundred John. Locke skin in just goes straight into.
"kate helen" Discussed on Does This Happen to You
"Of popular kids, novels Harry Potter, sure, who doesn't love may equipped with a sweet sear suit, a modicum of moxie and some vital vetting. My prospect was looking good. Of course, there was still the matter of a background screening. I'd be working around kiddos, after all, certainly couldn't hire some shady sort with a record of hanging outside schools parked in a cargo van. I landed a job any mealy began hands on training visiting schools, a cargo van acceptable in vehicle. Painted to look like magic school bus. It didn't take long to understand why a career mongrel with experience in teaching and sales was called to consider this role. I met with librarians instructors students and parent group, volunteers to show them how to transform a gym or cafeteria into a spiff -i themed bookstore in order to raise funds for instructional materials playground repairs band Queant uniform special events. Whatever they needed the job was fun, and rewarding occupational novelties, three months later, I'd already found my groove. And that's when Helen the company's community relations director cold, we're hosting an event near Chicago. I'd like you to be there Helen was a force that EDNA mode of scholastic only short. She read more books in any given week than I read in four and a half years of college. She hobnobbed with. Award winning authors. Referring to them by first name introducing by last each of them, always paying respect with a necessary ninety degree tilt to meet her cheek to cheek for a puckered law. The universal salute of literati Helen was good for them. So they were good to her. You'll enjoy yourself and get to meet Kate dicamillo. Are you kidding me? That'd be great. I never heard of Kate decamp Rio. She insisted I pull a copy of Cates latest book from our inventory implying. I read it ahead of the event, but with the demands of newborn critters and a newborn job I was way too busy for that. Plus reading wasn't my thing. Kate on her website. Kate dicamillo describes herself as short and loud, watching as she bent to kiss. Helen I could argue that first contention and I would soon learn as a second. We're true. About one hundred employees and invited. Teachers had taken time after work to come here. Kate, speak me included, much to the dissatisfaction of my critter wrangling wife back home. A few scholastic executives had flown in. I don't know if it wasn't tension, but Kate would situate herself in the banquet room in places where the suits were not. She seemed in her element conversing and taking photos with the teachers warehouse workers and frontliners to know her location in the room. One just needed to fall, the laughter. Loud laughter. Helen's voice came over the sound system, like a bad ass principal. And we took tour seats a brief intro. Some bio and MS decommissioned, made her way to the podium, serving the audience, I noticed everyone had a book clutched on their lap. Except me is wide intimation fixed on Kate as she adjusted the microphone. Own height laid out her notes and drew in a breath than she spoke, thirty minutes later, I enthusiastically, joined in ovation clapping hard like it meant something. What was that? What was that? It was a fantastic experience on have again. But for now Helen generously turned a blind eye as I scammed a display table of one of its books. She understood completely how could forget my copy at home. I'm moved to the back of the line for a signature scanning the dust jacket and flipping pages as I inched forward. Thanks for coming tonight. Kate said looking as if she knew me should I make this out to someone special just your signature is fine. Kate whip the sharpie across the page handed the book to me and thanked me again. The book I took home to read, aloud to my children before they could speak. Each of them has read it since Catherine. A year after Kate. Helen appointed me logistical planner for an evening event. We were to host with author, Katherine, Paterson was, I for the challenge, please. You don't co direct the three toddler thrill and stunt show without learning something about logistics, and precision. Also, did you know Starbucks can add Expresso to your coffee? I attended a few more events since Cates and was confident. I could preside over the marriage. Oh, bottled water and fruit platters, while preparing the arsenal of roller balls. Ballpoints and markers. It was the venue that took thought bridge to terra busy is arguably Catherine's, most famous work and was soon to be released as a movie this time I would do my homework. I brought a copy of the book home. So my wife could read it, and tell me what it was about a magic forest, I booked, a community room at the Morton arboretum. The day of the event. Helen arrived with Catherine ahead of the guests. I showed them to the room where a floor to ceiling glass wall greeted them with a lake view of an early mid west autumn. I was extremely nervous all morning, but hadn't thrown up which felt pretty impounding. I wanted the author to be pleased. But more importantly, what had Helen to entrust me with more events. Catherine set down things said something to Helen and left the room, I was worried is everything. All right. Yes. She'd like to take a walk outside before things get started. She reached up brought my face to hers and said, it's very, very nice. Remember that day fund -ly feeling proud arriving home kissing. My sleeping children, hugging, my wife carefully. Explain the lipstick on my cheek mostly. I'll remember one Katherine Paterson treated us to one of the most inspirational stories I've ever heard. I feel blessed having met her to I never been more motivated to read and to read to my children, three. I didn't screw up Amy Amy Krauss Rosenthal's most widely read work is likely her husband's dating profile printed in the New York Times, ten days before she passed away in two thousand seventeen it is beautifully written, funny and emotionally devastating. I feel lucky that I got to meet, Amy twice. The first time was at an event, we held in two thousand nine to promote her new book, duck rabbit, I. Taking care of planning and things went without a hitch. And if I can just take a moment to boast, I read eight of Amy's picture books cover to cover before the event for my effort. I again had the amazing opportunity to listen to a gifted storyteller. It was a job perk. I'd come to cherish the miracle that took place as spoken words, turn me into an eight year old a few months later, I met Amy at a book fair at her daughter's school. She was volunteering and signing books for anyone interested. I reintroduce myself explained the whole triple thing and asked to she wouldn't mind signing three books. I'd picked out. I know why mine when you're purchasing in bulk, Amy was happy to sign, but before she would she wanted to know more about my family. She asked, how it felt when we first learned, we were having multiples, numb what life was like at home circus. What my wife. Was like heroic, my answers grew from one worded to legit subject predicate sentences. I found myself getting deepen thought about what my wife and I had shared over the past five years from moments of terror to unfathomable. Joy, I don't know how long I talked. But I remember snapping myself out of it. Amy had other things to do. She'd been a wonderful listener. I thanked her for letting me share some of my story. She thanked me and sign the books. I left scholastic in two thousand ten it was a good run as a result of the job. I have a home full of books, my daughter's now fifteen read at a rate, that would impress the hell out of Helen, I wasn't read to as a child, but thanks to successfully fulfilling job requirement. I was read to as an adult. The result was profound and will last for generations. Thanks so much for listening. If you enjoyed the story, let me know and share it with your friends. Follow me at Kris K K aria on Twitter or Kris K Kepler on Facebook or check out my website, WWW dot Chris, Kepler dot com..
"kate helen" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Caller the publisher anticipated however the book remained in print and is now regarded as a classic in nineteen ninety six it was named where the one hundred most important books of the twentieth century by the new york public library after the publication of the book helen continued her college studies in nineteen oh four at the age of twenty four helen keller graduated cum laude with honors from radcliffe college she was the first deaf blind student to earn a bachelor of arts degree shortly before graduation and he sold wtn's relationship with john macy became romantic at age thirty eight she was having a passionate love affair with the man eleven years younger but the age gap proved no obstacle a year later in nineteen oh five and ian john got married and how in keller went to live with the macy's and rent them massachusetts although both any and john were devoted to helen there was always an underlying tension because anne put helen i as the years passed this tension surfaced and john and anne separated though they never divorced but before john macy disappeared from their lives he instilled in helen a passion for social activism helen officially became a member of the socialist party in nineteen o nine nine she adopted the party's ideals and wrote several articles about socialism she also supported eugene debs the socialist party presidential candidate as she began working for socialist causes helen keller received the first negative feedback of her career up to this point the press had been overwhelmingly positive praising her courage and intelligence but when she expressed her socialist views not only did they attack her positions they attacked her disabilities you might say it was the trolling of the day one newspaper the brooklyn eagle even wrote that her quote mistakes spring out of the manifest limitations of her development helen also faced a backlash from her own family specifically her mother kate helen wrote of her mother after my mind had taken a radical turn she could never get over the feeling that we had drifted apart one example of this was when helen labeled as shameful the south's racial.