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"krakow" Discussed on Take It EV
"Only the computerized online so next one day figuring in the old system. Next day you get the vote was. It's almost like tesla just one day things. Just show up the interesting We we haven't had a chance to talk about you trips in the because i know you've done a lot of traveling and so i guess the most signature yonkers done similarly in as well as an event Either which is the biggest electronics tech show showing the in europe. We get a comfort food. The paul sunday. I'm so i got out and challenge of the Few years and how to get the quickest most efficiently the cheapest or whatever and cups on dino that she calls did one giving the test that was taken sibilla journey normally toge- call to take these leisurely. I've a couple of days of two to three days to to get that out really well. I'm not fat. Beats the the guy who's doing metric Holiday weekend to germany and the mass accuse the gas stations because of that and he long to get petrol. The we to get judged up badly. We hit those guys so we. We actually got quick. Aided vessel bmw w. two years ago. We gosh shrinkage. The challenge to get trying to get to berlin thumb. Yucai anti didn't quite because those major books which is stopped any any bills game per we got about temples. Select left about eight in the morning. Song funston in berlin. Just i mean. She's a journey. It is i've i've only driven once across europe after an from belfast. Which i used to live in belfast to krakow poland and took me two a half days I film peterborough. To bus. Proponent but not unto got ta. It's something i've done once just to see how it's going to be and I mean it was. It was interesting as a sort of novel thing. But i wouldn't do that again. I think maybe that was in the ice car oversee but But it took me about eight hours to drive through germany and you know i didn't drive slow Because you know you can can you can. You can do procr- beaten in germany. Elderly and i have. I have talked have reached. Reach the medicine the pace in germany to under article about twenty kilometers. Now only a very empty. Okay but yeah. I mean really is actually how far how fast guidance to have the st running the noticed that went on to nightclubs is now looking. We should be inspected but you can have a very fast very relaxing. Judy efficient nice. You lose the charger. We are get caught them distance. Who's talking for georgia..
"krakow" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"Up keeping the one from krakow poland so we bought one. We were when she and i went to poland for her graduation trip that she wanted to go into austria. So i kept that. And then i had to take all these trophies down and i what do i do with these trophies. I don't what do i do. And i know i think about my mom because to this day. My mom's like every time. I go to her house. What do you think we want to do with as boxes of trophies that are sitting in your your old closet floor. I might just throw them away. Say i my mom's like i can't throw them away. You're going to have to throw them away. Which i will be able to do now because i just throw them away. Put them in a box. Went to the dump chunk that over the side. It's terrible it was terrible. But what else are you gonna do. I can't keep this stuff around. And have i've got so much stuff and people have been so wonderful to give me so many incredible things i just worry about it becoming a shrine but it was. It was a tough day. So you did get rid of the snow globes. I got rid of gave them all to goodwill except the one that i kept from krakow to kind of build a shelf in here and put the snow globes in you can get them back. No sure wish you would have come to spurs great idea. Themselves would award snow globes a little cheap snow globe from vegas. Yeah maybe not the vegas yet. But i would walk. I would've wanted the one that you almost got me. Detained at the airport for. That's a good one. Okay as bader one we just. It was the weekend that the guy tried to light his shoes on fire in the plane. We were at a radio conference when that happened. We're watching the news when that went down so they came no more liquid on a plane. No you gotta take your shoes off all of that stuff and as we're getting about to go through security. He has his glow snow globe that he bought for peyton and he says hey. Can you put this in your bag. Because that's all he had was this little. Snow is in your bag and put it in my backpack and sure enough. It runs through the detector. Thing and i get pulled aside yup. Meanwhile he's a chili's drink a beer amena cavity search work up show. This is the as tj show. I have a question about something that has happened during the break so we started a thing. Every thursday night on our facebook page. Alexis does a more show after. Show live eight eastern seven central. The first one was last week and we all have to be at dinner together. Got a huge response But this week that will never happen again. That will be out to dinner together. Then it gets huge response. We'll be out together. We had fun. I thought it was fun. But you alexis are doing it by yourself tomorrow night. and what did you say about the the outfit. You've gotta choose an outfit. That is a subtle thirst trap. Because you know you want to be aesthetically pleasing. So i have to have a good outfit for the day so you can't be aesthetically pleasing without thirst strapping. I mean just a little bit tiny bit like five percent ten percent okay. How disappointed would you be if you did the the whole thing. And it got a great response as far as the number of people who viewed it in all of that but not a single person said you looked cute. I never had even. I can't even felt that that. That's the number one thing on your list though right. Make sure that people think you look cute. I mean what what's more important interesting content. That people like our somebody telling you how cute you look interesting content and guess all of the above. Is there a different. All of the above you know the term. I just need to be like a subtle thirst trail five percents levels to it I ten percent. Nothing crazy you know. Have you told him. Have you told your thirst trap and down because of the boyfriend. Not because of the boyfriend. But i have toned it now. Why because of the lord trying to find the lord god just you know getting a little bit older. Yeah that's what people were saying. Now one said that somebody said you can tell alexis is getting older and her traps. Somebody say that you go. You're on a boat torkan thirty then. Now i'm thirty one thirty this was this was post thirty one. You were on the boat. That was your birthday weekend. Wasn't it now. it's not your white bikini talking about old thurs trapping on the water or whatever you're talking about just like a little you before. I used to be all the time a thirst shop almost every day every other day. Now we just ask to be a surprise. Just got to put a little here and there not because of the boyfriend is just because you've gotten older now. He knew that this was part of alexis. Is third strapping. It's part of who i am five. Needs to with part of this branding referring to yourself and the third person. I love that leagues. 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"krakow" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Back in touch. I love you mail but that was great. I was amazing. See we're like we're making connections here. And brian campbell. I hope you're doing well pow. I haven't talked to any years. I know i keep track. I know you got the kid and stuff. it's wonderful. hope. You're doing michael. I'm ready to mend fences ankle for here. And i'm going to put you on the spot. I need honestly. Don't give the political when police because you've just crossed this interview so much in your mind. The ideal number of seasons for when calls the heart. Oh boy i we were actually just talking about this as a cast where you're sitting around abigail cafe and having conversation about what felt realistic and I i just wanna keep going if you're asking me right now. Okay but it's not. Pc's thing it's genuine so it may also be o so well to me that you actually like liked me this whole time now. I know what's going to happen. I saved it for last but just give me a number era. Even if it's twenty just give me a number great twenty. Oh man shouldn't give her answer. I did so well up until that point gave her an answer. Do i have one more. No i think no. I don't remember yeah. You got one more go okay. I y brought this up to tyler. I think tyler needs to be brought into wind calls the heart. I said i think you should swoop in right before you decide and take you away and it was always you do this whole thing. I think it'd be really great. But is there if tyler was to come into the wind calls the heart universe. What type of character would he be. What what what would be his thing. And hope valley I would like. Let's see something with.
"krakow" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Will read the whole area. That i get to every time. I talked to him. It was like this guy. He's up to no good. Let me ask you can answer it if you want and you want to clarify it all are you going to stand by it. I'm always okay. I love it i love it. You mentioned you mentioned humor. You're clearly very funny hallmark. has this thing. They don't they don't allow people to be funny in their movies and they started to change that over the years. That's fine you don't have to agree. But like for instance i like. I not only talking to some different actors but just watching the movies. They've got this year. The christmas movies were funnier than they've ever been And talking to actors feel they get a little bit more leeway you did since insensibility in snowman. And i remember thinking you and kimberly suss that seem to be having like this great banter back and forth like actual sisters that lent itself to more natural humor than homework was really willing to do in my opinion in years prior it. Do you feel more comfortable going for jokes and going for humor in these movies. Then you did four or five years ago or do you feel like it's pretty much the same experience pretty much the same experience. It's just a matter of what what bay keep would actually makes it to air. I think But i appreciate you saying that about myself and kimberly. We'd really good time on that movie. And i think it was important to both of us that we create a sister dynamic. That felt true-to-life so But yeah i agree with you. I think more and more. We're getting to see more comedy infused into these movies That makes me really happy. Because i i always thought i would end up doing more comedy. I just keep getting hired to cry over dead people. But you're getting good at it so you know. Oh thanks. I i saw picture from it was always you in. Tyler's playing guitar on a tree house. And i didn't see this until after talking to him and i just wanna know what what's up there. What look what's he do. He knows what he's doing. Nothing is stable is a man who lives three s house. He doesn't live there but he likes view. Likes to get up there and you know kind of like. He knows he's being watched so he'll look off into the distance and just like a few chords and he knows what he's doing By the way he just texted me and with messages for you guys. I feel like this is this is appropriate right. What does he that he says. Tell brand he's charming unlikable board and daniel if he ever gets the number of homework movies. I've made wrong again. The high knees are going to have his head they are. That's true what's funny about that. Aaron is that. I said he had made seven three and a half years and he initially took a little bit of an offense to that like i was saying he was making too many movies. Turns out he'd made eight so you know whatever so i don't know what whatever tyler that's right shortage you want. What shortage you one more movie. I'm sure your bank account lines as well. Tyler if i if i were to ask you this question be honest. I want you to be honest. Taking it was always you out of it. Because i think it's going to be a hit. I think it's going to be amazing. It's the movie i'm most excited about. After of the other movies homer who you've done. Is there one that kind of stands apart from. I love this movie like this. I love it.
"krakow" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"We we try is worth a shot. I i'm probably at this point in the show. Erin that's the silences. The best answer we did. We did our jobs. We can move on but at this point in the show you are so involved with every aspect of when calls the heart and your your names on it. And i know you're proud of it do you kinda get the full arc of the season before the season starts like do you get to sit down and say okay. This is the ark. This is where we're going and so you kind of know. Not necessarily this is gonna happen in an episode five or six but you know where the characters are going to end up from where they start before you start filming a season of when calls the heart. Sometimes it varies from season to season. And we actually we have had A number of different show runners over the years and each showrunner has a slightly different process. this year we. We had the great luck of working with john. Tinker are show runner and he's incredibly collaborative He was a great partner to me and And he was really good about making sure we were on the same page. And that i had a sense of where things were going but But things also change so. Sometimes you think you're going in one direction you end up going another or Someone deliver performance that that takes the writers in a different direction. It's just i think it is. It's still kind of fluid which is nice because they change their mind about if it was going to be lucas or nathan during the season. That's a good question. It's a great question. I'm proud of the question i just. The answer is a little left a little desired. The question complimentary. That's true that's true. No you're what you're on present right you to the heart. Because i got new the questions. I have one more. I and it's really just about the vision about lucas nathan. And i'm not gonna ask you. But i do wanna know like what what ultimately help them. Make the decision do you do you know in the in the in the writer's room like were they just waiting for one of the guys to just be a bad actor like what like. What were they waiting on for for. Two seasons where there are like our nat. Now we know like i. You know what i'm saying like what what went into the to be more about giving elizabeth time since jack. Yes yes yes yes. But ultimately add. Someone's getting right. So i mean spoiler alert. I know you're not there yet. But but obviously at the end of season five. That's kind of weird. Dan left and she won't say died anyway. So when we came back in season six it was really important to me that we not just jump into a new romance for elizabeth. So we wanted to give that time and then season. Seven was more of that flirtation and then season eight was kind of getting to know the guys but really they're both so Talented they're both great. Onscreen and off. We would have been in great shape either way And it just came down to a decision that was gonna be made with. Input from of people including an perhaps primarily the network. So you know it's gonna be great other way guys. It was the best two out of three coin flip. wasn't it just pay. Taxes irs and downtown hope valley..
"krakow" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Him a mustache. Which i loved. I i took a picture where we were watching senate andrew and i was like i need this to come back a sat because it's just too beautiful of a mustache and i think he really pulls I wanna you know we're we're only eight episodes and as of this recording of season one. So we've got a lot of ground to cover but the thing that i think Really drew people and early on is the connection that you and daniel have like immediately like those. The spark center there immediately. The way that you guys are able to kind of grow your relationship early on without expressing your feelings. I think is what really drew people in. What talk a little bit about working with daniel early on and how quickly you guys kind of felt that chemistry. 'cause the chemistry's clearly even for dan whose is not a ticket world but even he mentions the chemistry's there so how like how early right to be honest. There how this is going to be. There's going to be easy like daniel. We got it. I just want to make sure i heard you correctly. Did you say it's daniels favorite thing. This dan you thing loves windows the heart not my favorite show but my problem when calls the heart is. I don't care about abigail getting the cafe elizabeth jack. I'm in on this. I'm in on that story line because you guys are. Chemistry is great. So you love a love story. I love a a well written and acted quality. Love store yes. I do okay. Great well. that's good to know. Be the chemistry. The connection the spark. Whatever you wanna call it between jack and elizabeth. I don't know. I don't think i realized how powerful it would be. How how how much it would affect our parties I'm thrilled that. Did obviously i think for dan and i were both having this new adventure together I had never been to canada. I don't know if he had. We were both leads on this new show. We didn't know each other very well. So we were sort of experiencing that adventure and getting to know each other as characters were getting to know each other It was it was really pretty easy like there was just something about working together. It was kind of like it. Just felt natural. I don't i don't know how else to put it. Yeah i wanted to know. We've talked to daniel before earlier this year last year actually and he mentioned kind of going through the show and some point he was. I think it's ready to move on. I wanna know for you like when he came to you and it was like i think my time is up here like what was it like for you because this is it's you know it's your career as well it's to show and you had built this amazing thing that people were like. Were you scared where you like. Don't do it. Did you try to talk about like. What was it like for you to have this guy your love on this show. People love the show. And he's like. I think i wanna move on to pursue other ventures..
"krakow" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Inappropriate. Big we got a call back. Which i'm sure says more about them than me and they said it's hallmark to the you're reading down. Try that that's right erin. I gotta be honest. We've asked that question to everyone. We have on the show that that's a pretty great answer. That's that's yeah that's a pretty great interest in fact our other best answer for that is also the only other person from juilliard. We've had on luke mcfarland who who got a basketball thrown at his face when he walked through the door to door superman and the the director pretty for that's right and he didn't know how to catch. You didn't see it come in and didn't use gonna ask them the story you the to juilliard answers that maybe my favorite two answers. That's pretty great. Yeah you did it though. Exactly the juilliard. I just started to see what you now. So take us more into that audition process for one calls. Are you said it was lengthy. One did hot did homework. Not at this point. It's clear like this is hallmarks. You know signature series. Did homework know that. They like they wanted. When calls the heart to be kind of the the the show that they kind of like this is like yes. We have good witch and that's great and chesapeake source but when calls the heart like it's got this name behind it that it's kind of transcended i think hallmark in a sense. Did they know that the that was kind of the goal. They had this The movie that worked out well did they that. Did you feel pressure like win. Calls the heart going into her did not have that Originally well i think it has. It has grown into the reputation that you've just described so that's lovely But but i do recall at that. I think it was at my final chemistry read at at crown media their offices One of the network exact said something like are you committed to this long term because we see this being a series that we want to do for years and years to calm and of course said yeah so so i think even back then they had a sense that this was something. They wanted to really invest in which was great. You serious about four auditions like you. Did you really four additions for when calls the heart Probably more wow. Wow.
"krakow" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"They're much smarter than you think on. The other thing, I'll say is not just black it But for right now it's black History month. So why wouldn't you be teaching about black history? But this also goes for Native American history. So many people are so clueless about Native American history and we don't teach that enough in school. How How's the life of Krakow Rittenhouse? How's his life? How's his life going to be for the rest of his entire life now? Yeah, He's gonna go to jail for a very long time. Why? Why Why is that? And that is what I'm saying. And yet personally, you know what? There are some kids that no, But there's so many kids that still don't know because they are following sometimes. I don't know what they follow. But sometimes they do have the wrong idea about what truly goes on in this country, and sometimes you can mess your entire life. In the case of the way the cowl Rittenhouse did. Yeah. Okay, So we have just a very little bit of time. But we were talking about okay. What? What should you be able to opt out of? Are there any classes? You think? Okay, Why fee? I think that the kids need to have that option of Of getting rid of some of their energy. They make baiI maker get rid of PE. There is like you don't have time to really shower afterwards and then people and then you got kids going to do PE and then they're going back to class and not even get in the shower and make pe a optional thing. You wanna opt in to opt out? I think you should be able to opt out of it. They make PE mandatory for four years in high school, But there's no financial literacy. That is mandatory. Yeah. Financial literacy and life skills. Those should be some mandatory classes, some of the basics out of balance your bank account. What's not to get into debt. What would you want to opt out of? I love taking foreign language. But I know it's not for everybody. So I'm still not convinced that foreign language.
"krakow" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Four five three forty five and that'll get you to the foundation just ask them to send you some information tell me what you're thinking and they'll send it to you and then you'll have something that you can understand a little more and prayed about but there's a couple things that along with partnering with this ministry are two things that are going to serve you really well and your retirement and you are going to have opportunities to both of those things to serve the kingdom to do kingdom work with your money and to serve the kingdom and that's what we want to see all right we're gonna go to the Agra port and then soon as Greg's don will be back when you get to phones we'll get to some of your Facebook questions your website questions as well here's Krakow guard with our this is great how great your financial issues I got court is off to a stronger start yesterday until the weekly ethanol production report came out it shows the production plummeted by a hundred and sixty eight thousand barrels per day all the same time stocks increased to a new record level here today production is down by one point one percent while stocks have increased by sixteen percent the USTA's April supply and demand report will be coming out at high noon eastern time today the trade is expected to release your projected two point oh one billion bushels for Kerry out had been increased to a hundred eighteen million bushels from last month's report as a record this the overnight fed corn futures are trading a penny higher so the market was fairly quiet yesterday China announced is going to release a half a million metric tons from Serbian reserves to meet the demand is not being met because of delayed shipments coming out of Brazil Brazil's currency gained against the US dollar yesterday which helps our cause but U. S. beans still lay in the China anywhere from ten to thirteen dollars per metric ton higher than what Brazilian beans can be delivered there at in today's trade traders are looking for the USDA to give us an ending stocks projection of ordered forty six million bushels that made up twenty one million from last month we're looking for world starts to tighten slightly by nine hundred thousand metric tons two hundred and one point five million in the overnight trade as far as saving futures are trading three cents higher which traders are watching exports starting get a little bit excited about the potential for business with the Russian ruble gaining instant U. S. dollar Russian wheat and U. S. hard red winter wheat or not parity today's report is expected to show things basically unchanged traders looking for domestic.
World War II Soviet Spy Dies At 103. Russia And Poland Remember Him Differently
"One of Russia's most celebrated spies has died at the age of a hundred and three Russian state media are remembering him as the man who during World War two stop the **** from destroying the Polish city of Krakow but as in here's Lucy income reports from Moscow the story is not clear cut it's part of a furious debate about the past between Russia and Poland on Thursday Russians woke up to the news that one of their greatest spies Alexi but John had died overnight for national Trucial is is as a news anchor reminded Russians up a thon was born in nineteen seventeen the same year as the communist revolution in present day Belarus at the start of World War two he fought against the **** in the Polish army after Poland capitulated he joins Soviet military intelligence we invite you thought about the medics about some for the TV news focused on discounts claim to fame is daring mission to prevent retreating Germans from destroying crack out one of the most beautiful cities in Poland as the Red Army approach crack out but China allegedly blew up a **** ammunition dump saving the city that feat inspired a popular Soviet movie Russian TV ran an interview with by John mark is one hundred third birthday last Monday we should say a suspect he said he hadn't been trying to save crack he just wanted the war to end as soon as possible the war against **** Germany came to an end four months after the Red Army drove the **** out of the city that's about as much of the Russian story Polish historians can agree to they don't believe cracker was saved by Soviet heroes post a story in say the **** didn't plan to destroy it they simply abandon the city before the red army arrived Alexi baton the great Russian hero is unknown in Poland the stories I saw the proposed on the publication suave Amir Dembski as a historian who heads the Polish institute of international affairs he says the story of a gallant Soviet spy sitting crack out is an urban legend that benefits Russian president Vladimir Putin after Mr Putin gained control of the Russian propaganda industry the heroes let's call it national life to become a Russian big name in two thousand seven put invited but town to the Kremlin and awarded him the hero of Russia metal the Kremlin is using the Soviet victory over the **** to instill national pride among Russians and so strengthen the regime mustn't also my laptop with almost a national but it can December you know should be reminded visiting leaders all sacrifices the Soviet Union had made during World War two he included Poland among the country's responsible for starting the war and defended the Soviet union's initial collusion with **** Germany head of ceremonies marking the seventy fifth anniversary of the war's end the Kremlin is celebrating Soviet heroes like Alexi but can after his death the Kremlin said Putin was in mourning for a legendary intelligence
"krakow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Are here in some country tunes from Lou Schmidt news speaking of local music occasionally in the Chicago Reader you will see the column the secret history of Chicago music it is hand drawn by a local musician music historian and artist plastic crime wave is also known affectionately as Steve Krakow the strip profiles a local band or musician who never quite made it to the big time so right now let's dim those lights let's fire up the old hi fi as we travel to Chicago's Ukrainian village neighborhood and answer the secret history of Chicago music here we are back again the layer the apartment of Steve crack out here for the secret history of Chicago music and Steve were continuing on here with the winter blues where you profile a bunch of first unheard of blues artists from the area and this week I love it because I played a harp blues harp harmonica player George wild child I got to say I've never heard of yeah he I mean it seems like you had a little degree of fame for a minute there but I had to miss my drummer losing give him props right here he told me about and once I researched them I'm like I have heard a couple things by him but yeah I sadly he's a pretty obscure guy who deserves a little love for sure all right so let's give him some of that love so he's born in nineteen thirty six in Alabama he's.
"krakow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of Chicago music it is hand drawn by a local musician music historian and artist plastic crime wave he's also known as Steve Krakow the strip profiles a local musician or band who never quite made it to the big time so right now let's dim those lights let's fire up the old hi fi as we traveled to Chicago's Ukrainian village neighborhood and answer the secret history cargo music yes back here once again in the lair the apartments here in the Ukrainian village of Steve crack who is the author of the secret history of Chicago music strip in the Chicago Reader this week and Steve file going here of a band called the moon dogs we're talkin country rock and not something that you can say really Chicago is known for but this band really just unapologetically country rock right I think it was just being there in the late seventies and even going into the early eighties everywhere you went you know you've been sick the eagles and poco who kinda rule the land and yeah.
"krakow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is hand drawn by local musician music historian and artist plaster crime wave is also known as Steve Krakow the strip profiles a local musician or band who never quite made it to the big time so right now let's dim those lights let's fire up the old hi fi as we traveled to Chicago's Ukrainian village neighborhood and enter the secret history of back here once again involved layer also known as the apartment of Steve Krakow who is the author of the secret history of Chicago music column he hands draws this strip in the reader and this week Steve boy we are just getting funky I like it I dig it I'm all about it and were profiling here pieces of peace yeah a large monkey on the third twenty seven people in this band yeah I mean we I you know there's so many people got a listed on the record and a lot of people in and out of the band so it gets a little but pieces of peace funky legacy if they leave behind here yeah I mean it's funny in with the band actual lifetime only reported one it is one of those James Brown style part one part two so it's basically one song and it's funky they had a reputation but then two thousand seven they service go there's none of these the reputation sort of grew massively and I think maybe people sort of realize this group will sort of important so.
Neville Heath AKA The Lady Killer
"We're going to dive into the brutal murders committed by Neville Heath better sown as the lady killer never was responsible for the grisly murders of two young women in England during nineteen forty six at attempted declaim the lives of even more this week will cover nevels early life and his progression from petty criminal to con artist will track Krakow early. Criminal tendencies led to violence has mounting mistakes prevented him from achieving the life of luxury he desired next week. We'll dive into the murders. Themselves will explore the confusion. The British people felt when they learned that a handsome charming war pilot was capable of such atrocious acts. Neville Heath was born Ilford England on June six nine thousand nine hundred seventeen as Neville George George Cleveland Heath his parents Bessie and million heath where respectable middle-class people his father owned a barber shop and his mother was a homemaker. You're never came from a loving home with parents that doted on him but he was born. During an uncertain time in Europe in one thousand nine hundred seventeen eighteen world war one was still a year away from ending and Britain was dreamed the Brits initial positively about their nation's involvement in the war had changed after conscription had been enacted the previous year World War One was also the first time that Britain experienced air raids this this left the country exhausted from constant fear of attacks from above though unconfirmed the heath's claimed that Neville was born during one of these air raids aides though Neville may have entered this world in the midst of violence. His parents did their best to ensure. He had a happy home and a happy home home. It was never was a beautiful child he had golden curls shocking Blue Eyes Chubby pristine cheeks and a darling smile mile. He was the apple of his family's. I by nineteen twenty. They added to their little family unit. With the birth of Carroll. William clearly heath never loved having brother but Carol sadly died of tuberculosis at age to his death devastated six-year-old Neville before Carol Past Neville had been a happy pampered boy he had no experience with loss and therefore must have been torn apart after his brother's death. He was once again an only child Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note wrote. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg the late Chicago. Psychotherapist Jerry Rothman found that after experiencing a child's death there's a tendency for parents to become extremely overprotective towards surviving children and this forces those children to deal with their parents trauma in addition to their own. This can create a repression of the surviving child's feelings. These feelings can eventually be reawakened as adults when placed under severe stress the certainly rings true for Bessie and William who coddled Neville even more extremely after Carol's death. Even as a precious little boy he was already starting to exhibit criminal behavior never would steal steal cakes and other cheap items from local stores and then hide them in his room. Though he was scolded he was never severely punished. Many parents go easy on their children but this early leniency might have taught Neville just how much he could get away with bessie thought the things he stole were odd. God as they were never expensive items or things that he needed. She would say confused. There was no need to steal as he always had plenty at home. It should be noted that when nevels misdeeds were discovered his first instinct was to run away. This suggests an impulsiveness at the time of committing meeting his crimes a cooling off period would follow where he would workout what had happened before coming forward with an excuse and apology but Neville didn't stay privileged only child forever in nineteen twenty eight. The family had another son Michael. Whom they fondly called Mick Neville now eleven was elated. It seemed that he would finally get that brotherly bond that he had been robbed of years earlier. Unfortunately the for Neville he would soon be separated from his new brother. His parents saved up enough money to send Neville to the all boys Grammar School Rutledge located in a London suburb. He was sent away from home to get an education the year after his brother was born. Rutledge wasn't quite as fancy as the country's. He's more prestigious private schools but it was nevertheless something that Bessie and William had to stretch themselves thin to afford grammar schools in those days were heavily. We attended by middle class. Children with private schools reserved for the rich. Even today Britain's struggles with the lack of upward social mobility caused by the presence presence of private schools they remain relics of high status unreachable for those who are not born with money never would constantly yearn for that upper social tear throughout his life. Despite rutledge is solid reputation. His schooling proved to be an area of intense disappointment for him to Neville Rutledge was the JV team and he felt that he deserved to be on Varsity despite his discontent Neville excelled socially socially and athletically in his new environment he enamored teachers and the headmaster with his affable demeanor charm he was made a prefect which which put him into a leadership role it also gave him power. He likely should not have had at the time prefix were in charge of delegating canings. Tainting is a form of corporal punishment but involves a specific amount of hits or lashes with a cane or stick. The number of hits is dependent on the infraction his role of prefect put fourteen year old Neville in control of who might receive punishment and how severe it was Neville's parents had spoiled rather than punished him so the canings and corporal punishment that were common at rutledge were notable. They were likely Glee nevels first experience with violence as a reaction to wrongdoing in a series of studies conducted by Columbia University researcher Elizabeth Thompson Gurshkov found that the only benefit that could be derived from corporal punishment was immediate compliance but it's also strongly associated with encouraging future direct physical abuse and antisocial behavior antisocial behavior is characterized by person's inability to care about what's right and wrong as well as a tendency to ignore the feelings of others not only was never learning that violent punishment brought about immediate results salts but those punishments were also potentially having a lasting impact on the way he developed during his time at Rutledge nevels family moved to a large property and Wimbledon once they're bessie rented out their spare rooms for extra money. Returning from school breaks to a large home allowed to be ten d came from a family of high status but to maintain the illusion he had to cover up the fact that his mother was a landlady nevels obsession session with hiding his background grew even further due to rutledge his curriculum. The new headmaster Edward Varnish wanted to model the syllabus to compete with Britain's more prestigious schools aspiration was encouraged in students in particular rutledge was very specific about teaching their boys to speak proper standard English and to learn the mannerisms of the elite as Neville's desire for wealth and status grew. He began to embrace the tools he he had his disposal. It was nineteen thirty-three and Neville was fifteen by now. Nibble was well aware of his attractiveness and adopted a charming coming lighthearted demeanor but always seemed to get him out of
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"Reader you will see the column the secret history of Chicago music it is hand drawn by a local musician music historian and artist plastic crimewave is also known as Steve Krakow strip profiles a local musician or band who never quite made it to the big time so right now let's fire up the hi fi let's dim those lights as we traveled to Chicago's Ukrainian village neighborhood and answer the secret history of Chicago music back here once again in a layer the apartment of Steve crack out with very nice air conditioning I might add that's always a bonus yeah another secret history of Chicago music and Steve this is the six hundred sixty six additional outside the loop as we've been saying and that your profiling Barbara Ackland and the like on the opposite end of anything satanic she might have been horrified to be on the show right you know what I mean I guess is a gospel singer you have to acknowledge the devil is the yen and they there's no good way out the back that's right so there you go there it is that's our justification for her barber apple and here on the forty six year or two she was present yeah.
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"Approximately seventy seven thousand high-rise bigger buildings in Chicago. And they're supposed to be recycling. We'll see if they're actually recycling. I, but you can guess the answer to that. Also, we will check in with the office of energy at the Illinois EPA will find out exactly what that office is what it does. And we'll talk about some green energy stuff and shit. Well, that's just you the the whole state of Illinois. And are good pal. Steve Krakow who writes, the draws the secret history of Chicago music column that profiles a local band or musician who never got famous this week the Deerfield based punk band from the seventies. The mentally ill. That's a great name for a punk band. Mom about that. Yeah. So we'll talk about the mentally ill on this morning show. Hey, I got to say this happy mother's day. Indeed, happy mother's day. Mom. She's a fan. Right. She is a big fan. She's not the oh, gee big fan. That would be the one that you will probably see on Sunday. That's right. My mom. We know is the the like you said he oh gee v like alpha fan of outside the loop. This is still leave voicemails. Yeah. Well, you know, what you always say like, oh, your mom loved Andy. And the former producer of the show and your mom never talks about me. Do you? Remember this voicemail that she that? She left me, Colin, you, should you should listen to this enjoyed your show today. Callen sounds like a hoot. I dunno. He sounds funny. Care..
"krakow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In the Chicago reader, you will see the column the secret history of Chicago music. It's hand-drawn by local musician music story and artists plastic crimewave. He's also known as Steve Krakow strip profiles, a local musician or band who never quite made it to the big time. So right now, let's dim those lights. Let's fire up the old. Hi fi machine. As we traveled to Chicago's Ukrainian village neighborhood and enter the secret history of Chicago music. We are back once again envy layer, the apartments of Steve Krakow here in the Ukrainian village. And hey, look this week. We saw some ups and downs with the weather from seventy degrees on Monday down to the thirties on Wednesday. So Steve you are sneaky in here. The post winter blues, I guess he could still call it sort of the winter blues here, we'll call it the ever continuing into blues or maybe the roller coaster ride of win of winter blues. Never quite know around here, really know, and we did really get that. Beautiful teaser intone myself in the back of mind. Don't get useless. Don't get used to plunge us right back down into the post winter blues. And here we are. And you are profiling in your column this week Louis Myers. Louis myers. What are these guys? One of these blue guys that we've prob. Probably never heard of. But boy, he was multi-talented. Wasn't it definitely got around. And. Yeah, I really wanted to get him in. I I realized that kind of over shot one on one guy really liked to cover. So bet that's the story here, folks. But yeah, just, you know, more of a Seidman, but very instrumental in sort of the changeover from the delta blues to the electric Chicago blues. We all know. Yes. But delta blues is sort of characterized as a coup stick not as loud and.
"krakow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The column the secret history of Chicago music. It is hand-drawn by local musician music historian and artist our good friend, plastic crimewave who was also known as Steve Krakow. This stripped profiles, a local musician or a band who never quite made it to the big time. So right now, let's dim those lights. Let's fire up the old. Hi fi as we travel to Chicago's Ukrainian village neighborhood and enter the secret history of Chicago music. Yes back here. Once again in the layer of Steve Krakow, the author of the secret history of Chicago music, also local musician and music historian and continuing on with the winter blues because it's that time of year. Although when this airs it'll be March. Probably still cold. Still winter still winter still wins. Yes, sir. Still we feel on them blues. You're profiling I love this name, Freddie. Roulette Mr. rule lacks. It's basically his real name. That's phenomenal. That's the cool thing. I was like, you know, Frederick Martin roulette. That's a great name name. So yeah, it's not like most blue skies. You would think oh he just picked a really cool name for himself. No. That was pretty much is given name. You gotta give it to them. So that's great. He was born to be a blues musician an actually born in Chicago. Cassie grew up in Evanston, right? Yes. His family moved here from New Orleans, and I guess he was born shortly thereafter, but air and still alive. That's a good deal or in thirty nine nice. He's got a big birthday this year. Eighty eighty eighty Duma map. Yeah. While you're better than me. That's all right. Yeah. Co-sign tangent. So TOA, that's all I got carry the one so Freddie roulette so this is interesting for a blues musician. He is playing a lap steel guitar. One of the few. I actually kinda pokes around.
"krakow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I love to feature local music here on this very program and this week hearing some singer-songwriter tunes from Derek Clegg. Speaking of local music, occasionally in the Chicago reader, you will see the column the secret history of Chicago music. It is hand drawn by local musician music historian and artist plastic crimewave. He's also known as Steve Krakow, the strip profiles, a local musician or a band who never quite made it to the big time. So right now, let's dim those lights. Let's fire up the old. Hi fi. As we do as we traveled to Chicago's Ukrainian village neighborhood. And I gotta say Steve Krakow's apartment we recorded this earlier this week when it was super cold out is department. Also, very cold. Let's enter the secret history of Chicago music. Back here. Once again in the layer, it's not quite warm in here or anywhere for that matter for another secret history of Chicago music, very appropriate that Steve Krakow, the author of that a handwriting strip is in the winter blues. Profiling some blues musicians from Chicago that maybe we've never heard of. And I'm sitting here my big, bulky coat, my big rabbit fur hat. Steve you've got your coat on. And we're gonna talk about lefty diz yet, we're indoors we're and we're indoors this is how we roll and Scott we don't complain just wear coats indoors and fuzzy hats. It's all good. It's all good. I'm warm here. Talking about lefty Dez great name, by the way, not his birthday. No, they rarely are. He is one just Walter will man. She left is better. Well, he was a flashy guy. And he definitely deserved that name any it's actually..