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"lady grace" Discussed on BrainStuff
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There's a better way to fly, surf air dot com. Welcome to brain stuff, a production of iHeartRadio. Hey, brain stuff Lauren Vogel bomb here. A U.S. presidents have a lot to say, but once a year, they really talk turkey. At least that's what president Joe Biden said he was going to do on a fine November day in 2021 when he had his first opportunity to stand in The White House rose garden and pardon a turkey, or Thanksgiving. As has become the norm, Biden actually pardoned two turkeys in 2021. Other names were peanut butter and jelly. Before they were sent off to Indiana University. The official pardoning of White House turkeys is now a familiar event that the press well eats up. For the article this episode is based on, how stuff works spoke with Lena Mann, a historian at The White House historical association. As she said, this is my absolute favorite White House tradition. It's just very fun, which I think is why it endures. It's a way for the presidents to show off their sillier sides. And it certainly is silly. Lest you think peanut butter and jelly wear flukes, a prior turkey pairs have had names like Mac and cheese. Tater and Todd. Cobbler and gobbler and corn and cob. All of this leads us to the question of when and how this compassionate we get odd tradition hatched. It's definitely a departure from the usual duties of a U.S. president. A one theory about its origins is that it began when president Abraham Lincoln's son asked that the family's Christmas turkey be spared. But the tradition developed in fits and starts, according to man. In the latter half of the 1800s, citizens began sending turkeys to the president at The White House for the holidays. The Thanksgiving had become a national holiday in 1863. And by the 1870s, a Rhode Island poultry man by the name of Horace bowes had begun gifting fully dressed turkeys to The White House. A meaning they were cleaned and stuffed and ready to be cooked. Not that they were wearing little bow ties. A vows continued sending the turkeys every year, and newspapers started to report on his efforts, making him a well-known purveyor of poultry. By the time Theodore Roosevelt was president, those was still sending fully dressed turkeys to The White House. Then a newspaper published an article claiming that Roosevelt's children had terrorized the turkey that they received. A claim that was clearly made up, because remember, the turkeys though sent were not alive. They were definitely deceased. They had shuffled off their mortal coil, they were ex turkeys. That does not mean that presidents never received live turkeys, or other animals, and those early days. In 1926, someone from Mississippi sent the colleges a live raccoon for the president's Thanksgiving table. But luckily for the raccoon, the First Lady, grace Coolidge, took a shine to it, and kept it as a family pet, naming it Rebecca. Young Rebecca proceeded to live a charmed life, earning press coverage, and even attending the 1927 White House Easter egg roll. And then she retired to a zoo when Herbert Hoover took over in 1929. I should put in here that raccoons should not be kept as pets. Beyond the fact that they are wild animals and can carry rabies, believe me when I tell you that they have a smell, and you want no part of it. Anyway, in the years following World War II, food shortages led to an organization called the citizens food committee with support from The White House, requesting that Americans commit to meatless Tuesdays and poultry and egg free Thursdays. And many Americans were outraged by this idea, especially as the holidays approached. In 1947, Thanksgiving Christmas and New Year's Day of 1948 all fell on Thursdays. A poultry farmers began sending chickens to The White House in protest. The campaign was called hens for Harry, named for then president Harry Truman. The poultry free food conservation program quickly lost steam. In December of 1947, the poultry and egg national board in collaboration with the turkey federation presented Truman with a turkey weighing a whopping 47 pounds. That's 21 kilos. And a new annual tradition was born. The Truman White House Thanksgiving table did forgo pumpkin pie that year, in honor of going egg free. Since 1947, the national turkey federation has presented a bird to the president each year. But letting the birds live past Thanksgiving Thursday occurred sporadically for the next few decades. In 1963, just three days before his assassination, president John F. Kennedy pardoned a turkey. Kennedy had received a bird wearing a sign, good eating, mister president, Kennedy chose instead not to find out, stating let's keep him going. In 1978, First Lady rosalyn Carter opted to send a turkey to live out its life in a mini zoo. And by the time Ronald Reagan took office, sending the pardon turkeys to farms, had become the norm. And informal, fun event. The first official turkey pardoning ceremony took place during the presidency of George H. W. Bush. On November 17th of 1989, Bush and others headed to the rose garden to save the life of one lucky bird. Bush said, let me assure you, and this fine Tom turkey that he will not end up on anyone's dinner table, not this guy. He's presented a presidential pardon as of right now, and allow him to live out his days on a children's farm, not far from here. All presidents after have maintained the tradition. Today, they are sent from a different U.S. far more farmer each year through the national turkey federation. More recently, the norm has been for two turkeys to arrive. The main turkey and an alternate. I think a sort of turkey understudy to step in. And just in case the primary turkey behaves badly on stage. About turkeys received the pardon, though, and live out their days away from the dinner table. And just where the turkeys go after the ceremonies has changed throughout the years too. Kennedy sent the 1963 turkey back to the farm that it came from, while Nixon sent his turkey to a petting zoo. And during the Obama administration, turkey is named courage and Carolina headed to Disneyland. Yes, really. After courage, the main turkey starred in the Disneyland Thanksgiving Day parade. He and Carolina, the understudy, retired to the big thunder ranch petting zoo. But you don't have to be a sitting president to make a turkey's day on Thanksgiving. You can take up the old call for a poultry free Thursday. But you can also adopt a turkey. Symbolically. Again, wild animal. But organizations like
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"lady grace" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"Joe Biden, I gotta play this sound bite, cut number 12 please. Ladies and gentlemen, gays and here's the deal. Difficult time. Cajun gentlemen. Lesbians and ladies. Grace. That's a good one. Grace. I'm like, what was he trying to say gals in gentlemen? Because I didn't normally sound like ladies. He does not. Does it? I don't think you're a gentleman. Ladies and gentlemen. Oh, by the way, we've got that NBC reporter. Kyle has found this audio. The NBC News is very concerned about all you transgender voters out there, kind of number 5. Community. NBC out reporter Joe your keyboard joins us now with more on this Joe good morning to you. So first of all, how can voter ID laws create obstacles for transgender people? And where do we see some of the strictest voter ID laws? Sure, yeah, so voter ID laws disproportionately impact trans people because trans people are more likely to have IDs without the name that they go by and the gender marker that reflects how they present. And recent research shows that just over 200,000 eligible trans voters in 31 states that both conduct their elections mostly in person and require or request ID at the polls don't have IDs that reflect their gender identities and the names they go by. And the states that have the strictest voter ID laws are mostly concentrated in the south and Midwest. So Tennessee, Wisconsin, Kansas. All right, there you go. Look, here's the deal. It just seems to me that if you're transgender and you show up at the polling place, just tell them. And you know if they demand to see proof, just take your wig off or whatever you got at your extra devices and say, you know what, you're accessorized a devices and say no, it's really me. So because if you show up as a woman and you're really a man, the person the poll watcher is going to say, you're a man man. I'm just saying. All right, you know what? Hang tight. We're going to take a break here, but Jim from Lakeland Tennessee is going to help us out with the hornets. I wonder attack your people. I don't know what to say. We're hunkered down. In the news bunker..
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"lady grace" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
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ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"lady grace" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"The Todd stern show. All right, folks, hey, next week. We'll be heading on to Nashville. We'll be at the Gaylord I kind of like the old name. Opryland, the opera land hotel had a little bit of character. But anyway, we're going to be down there. Gaylord, the national religious broadcasters convention. What are you laughing at grace? So you don't like the new name? Why? No. Gay. It reminds me of what was it meet the parent meet the meet the bonkers? Sure it has nothing to do with anything else? Gay lord? No, I don't think. It's not homophobic reasons. No, it's not homophobic. Why would you say that? Well, because you never know nowadays. No, look, the Gaylord Texan. I mean, that's one of their places. And then they've got the I still call it opera into though, just because that's what I knew it as growing up. And then they tore down a perfectly good theme park and they built a shopping mall. Remember opryland? Oh, that was a lot of fun. A wall Bosch cannonball? It was the big log log ride. No, I'm sorry I'm losing it over here. But now they have Dollywood. Have you been to Dollywood? Yes. The eagle terrifying, scariest roller coaster I've been on in my entire life. That's 60 foot drop. It was I'm having fun kind of scream. It's a lord, please protect me. Pigeon Forge. Yeah, that's a redneck Vegas right there. Oh yeah, it is. But it's fun. Yeah, I've been to the comedy bar. Yeah, don't go. It's not like there were certain things. Like I saw, what was it? King Kong, like there's like a weird giant King Kong. And the Titanic is hit by an iceberg. Where am I? You're impinging for it. Apple butter. Oh, gotta have some apple butter. Put that on a flip flop and it tastes good. Ew. I'm just gonna be a little Chewy. Is that good? Nothing like toe jam. So okay, thank you. I hope no one's eating their lunch right now. All right, let's go to the phone's grace. 8 four four 747 88 68. Martin on the line from the Nevada talk network. Martin, what part of Nevada do you live in? A place called I'm a ghost of valley. It's about 90 miles from Las Vegas down to U.S. 95. Which is probably the loneliest tulane in history and if you go down there, you'll meet a truck if he doesn't meet you first. That's U.S. 95. It goes all the way to Idaho. Wow. You know, I know what you're talking about though. I've been on some of those two lane roads, and that's some pretty long stretches of highway out there, Martin. Oh yes, it is. Yes it is. So what's on your mind, sir? Well, I was telling your call lady, grace, very nice lady. Call girl. And by the way, I've been to Knoxville. I love Tennessee with the passion. I thought it most beautiful state. I think I've ever seen. Outside of maybe Pennsylvania where I lived and worked after the war. The point was, I'm trying to make a lot of it's about politics. And I remember when Kennedy had had dam who was the president of South Vietnam, assassinated, it was a coup. And he was a Catholic, most of the people, it was divided between Buddhists and Catholics at the time in Vietnam. This was in 60 7 or 68. I got there in 69. What they do is they try to pacify everybody, including their including the people that don't like them, including the Democrats. So.
SoFlo Weird Show
"lady grace" Discussed on SoFlo Weird Show
"In the late 1960s, Derek's father was driving in the north of the city, along Mary hill road near queens cross. One of the older parts of London. One minute it was now Derrick writes, cars, buses, modern clothes, and tarmac roads, and the next thing my dad was in some earlier time. It was pre Victorian given the clothes he described people wearing. Forces, rough road, and lower buildings. It lasted as long as it took him to be aware of it, and then it vanished, he was back in now. Derek also reports that in the 1980s, he and his wife were on vacation at the coastal village of states. They had parked at the top of the village and were making their way down on foot. It was a sunny day with lots of other people around, but as they made their way down, it suddenly seemed as if no one else was there, but Derek and his wife suddenly an old woman appeared on the footpath opposite them, wearing handmade black clothes with big, hand sewn buttons. The light had dimmed. And it was immediately colder out. In the time it took Derek to turn to his wife and say, did you see that? The old woman had disappeared, and the sun and all the people had returned. Derrick's wife had also seen the same old woman and felt the same chill. Derrick's experience seems strikingly similar to traditional ghost stories where an individual appears out of his normal location or time, accompanied by a change in the surroundings of the witness. Time slip trigger factors. Martin Jeffrey co editor of the paranormal ezen mystery mag dot com speculates that time slips can be recreated or induced using a trigger factor that occurs when one is interested in his surroundings, but is not concentrating on them. He cites the account of parapsychologist and author Joan foreman, whose interest in time slips took her to Hayden hall in derbyshire, England. Joan entered the courtyard of Hayden hall, pausing to admire the architecture. Without warning she saw a group of poor children playing at the top of the stairs. A girl of about 9 years old caught her attention. She had shoulder length blond hair and wore a white Dutch hat and a long green gray silk dress with a white collar. Joan watched the children playing in the yard, fully aware that she was not seeing with the physical eye yet conscious of watching real action. After the episode, Joan decided to find the identity of the oldest child and entered the hall to look at the family portraits. In the middle of the ancestral paintings, hung a picture of the girl she had seen. Lady grace manners, who died in the 1640s..
The Light Inside
"lady grace" Discussed on The Light Inside
"You have the opportunity to choose which one you want to listen to him and emma's much more holistic you that simple gratitude for that perspective gives you a chance to evaluate where you're creating the meaning in your life where you're finding debt purposeful intention for the opportunities and say thank you. That's not always to say that everything is going to make you feel good. That's not always to say every unfortunate eventful thing that happens to you is just to be accepted and say add. This is fantastic. But we can form our own meaning as we go out of that gratitude in all things opens that door to that lady grace. She's beautiful and loving lady. That lady grace letter in but we so often close that door in the face of that grace in say in this time in the circumstance. I'm not going any further. I'm stuck here. I'm not seeing anything but all of the downside rather than saying it is what it is. Now what will it become. What kind gets back to the notion of surrender in all things. All manner of seen unforeseen good is always available to us humans as we learned to shift our reception in the moment. Not react or resist. I think addictions is a big thing that we distract ourselves with her. Because of these rains that we aren't allowing ourselves to feel our feelings are thinking thoughts and foreign distraction to addiction and avoidance than. We're not feeling feelings and thoughts when in fact the fodder for enlightenment is feeling our feelings and thinking thoughts but from the observer physician different imitator position from the captain of the ship not not the crew and just being given to serve these things that are going on within out. That's very interesting. Is that useful for me. Where is that coming from. Do i need to feel this. What is that bringing to mind but instead again through any kind of addiction. Whatever they are. He's your way we distract ourselves from having our life and again all these things are the fire for us to awaken to awaken to the true self of who we are and so everything everything everything everything. What if our souls actually the one that was creating even our worst trump. And i believe that it is because i believe that there's only one power one mind one presents one consciousness and that's all good and that that all good as infinite intelligence is bringing everything to us that we need and if you as an individual or not getting something then our soul is going to bring to us would appears to be an unintended outcome. What appears to be hopefully not too much of a trauma but some sort of inexperienced to what to slow down to wake us up a lot of people reacting to go like god done something wrong or god hates near whatever it is that we get into as opposed to settling in going. What what is this teaching me. What do i have to learn from this. And in your language to get back into that gratitude must get back into the gratitude and we surrender to okay. This happened for purpose. And i'm willing to accept that. Thank you for bringing us into my life than a great piece comes over us and then from that we give up the resistance because what we judge we lock in place but we judge we give our power away to so judgment is a real big key non judgement or forgiveness real big key to be able to row the things in life to flow through us so that we can evaluate them for the information that they're providing us with and then integrate that embody it in the express in the world in a higher self in our service so often were diddy naylor own way of letting those things ally where moving into that state of dis integration. Where we're battling all of that static. It's going around us. You know we're creating a lot of times that vary noise rather than just surrendering to that divine state of being that divine state of great grace. That permeates all of life ultimately. How then do we start to form that sense of knowing that sense of awareness. That grace will be there for us. That grace from others will be there for us. Yeah trusting trusting in the universe that everything works together for good. I mean that sounds maybe way. Too stereotypical or something but to me. That's the experience and you know it's hard to use the mind to change minds. A little assessed. Us gay look at that level of trust and we say trust universe so often were looking at that universe from the inside out and saying it's out there but that same energy that's out there is also in here inside of us we're connected with but we think we lose sight of that connection that trust comes from in there saying you are also in here with me. And you don't leverage utah so affectionately call our souls little spark of the divine and these these these little sparkletts Within us without and it's part of the universe it's like whatever's animating us knows what it's doing in simple terms and if it wasn't animated we'd be debbie wouldn't be having this conversation really wouldn't matter too much so if we're alive or being animated by something that's something is infinite in its intelligence and it knows a whole life shit that we don't really know anything about and so for me be lining it back to that experience within is the most important thing to me in my life and what i've found certainly through yoga for example because the breath just connecting with your breath. You're looking for a practice. Connecting with breath is a great way to start to slow the mind down a little bit because in that active beta state where it's like bubbling zipping and zapping and frizz laying all day long. How do we get down to that. Alpha beta state where we can calm ourselves. Calm our nerves slower thinking down so that we can experience the other voice inside of us. That tune of louis inside of us until for me i use breath and movement million times day as a way as as tools basically as leverage for emotional change so breath and movement as leverage for emotional a mental change and as leverage for spiritual awakening because the teachers and once you learn to control your belly button sound really strange once you roll your your navel with your mind you can control your life because if you can control your navel you can control your die for him you can control your diaphragm. You control your breathing and you can slow your breathing down or speeded up so different kinds like a group. Alenia yogurt or slow. You can change your whole studies biochemistry. People like joe dispenser. And yeah you know. And people like that greg brayden and people like that. They teach this stuff all the time. And i think for the listeners. It's important to know that you have. We have yoga meditation. Things like this these are philosophical. Things necessarily they don't even spiritual things these are biological things biological tools that humans really could use in order to have some of the experiences. I think that we've been sharing. You know we look at that idea again and we become integrated in our alignment of all of our bean. Were mind body soul spirit so much more than that but i had its essence. It's just one simple core energy that same court energy runs through every level of being that we know to exist from our perception. Yes yes yes yes that to me brings us back to that level of breath. You know so often were not even present that we are even breathing hot up and you know and that to me is amazing to look at when we get into some of those other practices of how you can simply do something that fundamentally simple to bring.
The Light Inside
"lady grace" Discussed on The Light Inside
"You have the opportunity to choose which one you want to listen to him and emma's much more holistic you that simple gratitude for that perspective gives you a chance to evaluate where you're creating the meaning in your life where you're finding debt purposeful intention for the opportunities and say sank you. That's not always to say that everything is going to make you feel good. That's not always to say every unfortunate eventful thing that happens to you is just to be accepted and say add. This is fantastic. But we can form our own meaning as we go out of that gratitude in all things opens that door to that lady grace. She's beautiful and loving lady. That lady grace letter in but we so often close that door in the face of that grace in say in this time in the circumstance. I'm not going any further. I'm stuck here. I'm not seeing anything but all of the downside rather than saying it is what it is. Now what will it become. What kind gets back to the notion of surrender in all things. All manner of seen unforeseen good is always available to us humans as we learned to shift our perception in the moment and not react or resist. I think addictions is a big thing that we distract ourselves with big because of these rains that we aren't allowing ourselves to feel our feelings are thinking thoughts and foreign distraction to addiction and avoidance than. We're not feeling feelings and thoughts when in fact the fodder for enlightenment is feeling our feelings and thinking thoughts but from the observer physician different imitator position from the captain of the ship not not the crew and just being given to serve these things that are going on within out. That's very interesting. Is that useful for me. Where is that coming from. Do i need to feel this. What is that bringing to mind but instead again through any kind of addiction. Whatever they are. He's your way we distract ourselves from having our life and again all these things are the fire for us to awaken to awaken to the true self of who we are and so everything everything everything everything. What if our souls actually the one that was creating even our worst trump. And i believe that it is because i believe that there's only one power one mind one presents one consciousness and that's all good and that that all good as infinite intelligence is bringing everything to us that we need and if you as an individual or not getting something then our soul is going to bring to us would appears to be an unintended outcome. What appears to be hopefully not too much of a trauma but some sort of inexperienced to what to slow down to wake us up a lot of people reacting to go like god done something wrong or god hates near whatever it is that we get into as opposed to settling in going. What what is this teaching me. What do i have to learn from this. And in your language to get back into that gratitude once you get back into the gratitude and we surrender to okay. This happened for purpose. And i'm willing to accept that. Thank you for bringing us into my life than a great piece comes over us and then from that we give up the resistance because what we judge we lock in place but we judge we give our power away to so judgment is a real big key non judgement or forgiveness real big key to be able to row the things in life to flow through us so that we can evaluate them for the information that they're providing us with and then integrate that embody it in the express in the world in a higher self in our service so often were diddy naylor own way of leading those things ally where moving into that state of dis integration. Where we're battling all of that static. It's going around us. You know we're creating a lot of times that vary noise rather than just surrendering to that divine state of being that divine state of great grace. That permeates all of life ultimately. How then do we start to form that sense of knowing that sense of awareness. That grace will be there for us. That grace from others will be there for us. Yeah trusting trusting in the universe that everything works together for good. I mean that sounds maybe way. Too stereotypical or something but to me. That's the experience and you know it's hard to use the mind to change minds. A little incestuous gay look at that level of trust and we say trust universe so often were looking at that universe from the inside out and saying it's out there but that same energy that's out there is also in here inside of us we're connected with but we think we lose sight of that connection that trust comes from in there saying you are also in here with me. And you don't leverage utah so affectionately call our souls little sparkle of the dubai and these these these little sparkletts Within us without and it's part of the universe it's like whatever's animating us knows what it's doing in simple terms and if it wasn't animated we'd be debbie wouldn't be having this conversation really wouldn't matter too much so if we're alive or being animated by something that's something is infinite in its intelligence and it knows a whole lot of shit that we don't really know anything about and so for me be lining at back to that experience within is the most important thing to me in my life and what i found through yoga for example because the breath just connecting with your breath. You're looking for a practice. Connecting with breath is a great way to start to slow the mind down a little bit because in that active beta state where it's like bubbling zipping and zapping and frizz laying all day long. How do we get down to that. Alpha vadis state where we can calm ourselves calm our nerves slower thinking down so that we can experience the other voice inside of us that tune louis inside of us until for me i use breath and movement you know million times day as a way as as tools basically as leverage for emotional change so breath and movement as leverage for emotional a mental change and as leverage for spiritual awakening because the teachers and once you learn to control your belly button sound really strange once you roll your your navel with your mind you can control your life because if you can control your navel you can control your die for him you can control your diaphragm. You control your breathing and you can slow your breathing down or speeded up so different kinds like a group. Alenia yogurt or slow..
Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"lady grace" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"I think now that good good to have you back okay. Big delay today. I know i've noticed that we're really not trying to talk all over you. It just happens that way. 'cause we can't tell when you're talking i think yeah the the internet here apparently is comical. Yeah i guess. I don't know any who getting no us. Is that segment of the show where we get together and talk about what we've been doing since the last episode and i'm gonna cut over two steps camera and she's gonna tell us everything that she's been doing since what tuesday week last week. Calendar yes. I should let me think so I don't think i did much of anything. During the week i worked. Yes that was quite boring. celebrated a friend's birthday on friday. Evening news quite nice outside so we spent some time eating pizza outdoors and having a few celebratory beers and then saturday started off the day. Britain early with the drop zone was hosting a kind of impromptu sisters and skydiving event so agreed to be on that. I jump with a couple of other ladies. New women jumping at our drop zone. That was a lot of fun to to and with them and then we ended up flying. Whole bunch on saturday Whether it was not great yesterday lots of blue cloud cover and Broken ceilings kind of low ish Cleared up a little bit in the afternoon. So we we brought out the one eighty two. When we let the fun jumpers do some Lower level hop pop jumps from about a six thousand. Msl hop pop up happened pups I did to happen pops. That was fun. A four way happened was interesting Then i flew the last two loads and full way four. I got my attention fully for. Oh not really so much happen pop out at six thousand so we had some time to mess around for about. I don't know ten seconds or so. Get out around for ten seconds yes. It was quality though it was very quality quality. Ten seconds that's interest it. Never buy it bit tricky. It's all about a high quality. Are we still talking about skydiving. Yes okay good. What you guys are talking about Yeah Overall really nice weekend Just back to the grind this week Couple more weeks of lots of work and then lots of running to follow after that to stay to work. Excellent has the running going. Haven't done nearly enough but will sign forwards not backwards. What what is it is the twentieth. Today's the twentieth of september dinner. Well at this point it doesn't matter. It's fine okay. What's been done is done. And hopefully people get me through all the distance. I'm sure i'm sure they will all right anything else. I mean those ups or anything. That was it pretty. Was that any meet ups or anything like that. Meet ups anything. No no not with that with anyone that anyone here would no no. Epg community things. Berg nook you know we missed you on the last show. You were on holiday in court hall. And i think that's i think the people in very upset with you right now. No the people in court hall won't the people in cornwall. maybe they might be coal to pay anyway. So yeah we. It was nice For you to have sent the recording. from cornwall. And then we enjoyed that. And you're back now. So how long have you been back. in liste- not that long we got back Sort of friday so just had the weekend thome and now especially doing dog shoot On on sunday but The weather turned against me. But i am not time to do much other than prep for today's interview. I which i did I'll come onto that second so I just want to mention. Is that the meet up for Next saturday the twenty fifth of september is still on the weather. Looks like it'll be reasonable Semi intervals hopefully No rain so fingers crossed for that Just a reminder I'll be there at the hand. Cafe ferry acceptable between ten and two. And i'll bang. Well i'm gonna Festival in the young lady. Grace who Now does the job that i was doing some light forty seven years ago or whatever. It was Back in the early seventies She's doing the exact same job that i was doing. basically Working at the Flying school as a general buddy And she's gonna talk to me Tortuous all about flying school and about the apple for a little bit. And then i'm going to Relate basically a Off the cuff plane tale about the things that happened during the Short time i was at this airport. Some of which quite dramatic So some accidents involving other people and very near accident involving me so that's just going to occupy about Half nap forty five minutes saudi at twelve. I will warn everybody on anybody who's coming that the doesn't have a huge number of facilities so the cafes quite Viewing areas quite small Is so it's not a pops in ideal place to come and spend the day but if you wanna come chat to Fellow ap jeers It's gonna be lovely to see everyone there. And i've the ac And you better grab a you know an all-day breakfast or something Just to All if you want. Yeah good Cafes points i'm. I've asked to fly school to see if they can lock off a few parking spaces so he got room for everybody. Because i think we're gonna be to space anyway. That's that it'll be what it'll it'll be what it is. Say your enjoy especially count now today. I just mentioned. I didn't interview Was partly full. Pt uk and does say for my own benefit because I wanted to have an interview for plain tales and Very kindly Fine friend never bounds. Came all the way down. Tried quite a long way because the field is sort of near stonehenge in its good three and four hour drive from for him and another former us back but he came and set up his cameras and i mean to viewed a lovely chap called might waldman He highs had a fascinating career in aviation And he's life in fact has been Quite fascinating He said several near death. Experiences and He told us all about that. And he's also suffered in addition to that a life changing operation subsequently which kind of led him into what he is currently doing which is he was certainly in twenty nine teen the leader of the world's only Disabled formation flying formation team and He tells us all about that. Which is quite remarkable. three guys. Who did that To them amputees one of them More or less paraplegic And how wish to do that anyway. He's moved on now and He and his wingman now Flying the yak fifty Possibly to the ones to cedar and cedar These Sort of fifty design soviet trainers but they steady very powerful fully aerobatic sort of plus seven minus five. Something absolutely ridiculous And he uses the aircraft at this ethical henstridge near stonehenge and He's going to hopefully with enough sponsorship For a formation team with just the two of them these two amputees and they're going to be able to do full Aerobatics inflammation which is going to be fantastic. So fingers crossed that he gets enough sponsorship to do that Certainly the moment. If you're going to react the in international esther to next year you will see on the friday His formation team all being well. Because that's one of the places they're booked next year And You know. I think it's a remarkable tribute at a great proof that regardless of your disability. There is an enormous amount. You can achieve. He's living proof of that so Quite incredible I'm going to Possibly get one too plain tales by cherry picking the best bits out of this interview but The full interview and of course a beautifully videotaped by Never will be on peachy..
The Woody Show
"lady grace" Discussed on The Woody Show
"This is count. And i hate to do this menace but we have. We have a boycott we to go do some protest because what happens number. One killer of raccoons rabies. Obviously everyone knows that. And so when iraq who gets size rabies gravy gravy like. He's out there killing him. So what does get rabies. And let's say they're involved with the human. Maybe scratched that human up. The response should be empathy compassion for our little buddies out there. Is that pin right not what. Abc seven miami did with this top of the ten o'clock news hit piece when they found a rabid raccoon. Oh we also have clip several clips. So they this is a i. Don't know how much news is going on. A miami fort lauderdale right now but this again the number one three. Yeah all right here. We go seven news and and violence and go on. The raccoon was so crazy. Fall oliver all the way to the door. And even paul it at the door trying to get in leading to women flooded and ben shapiro injuries after the bad advice. Good evening travers. Sick that was infected with rabies data. Aac what he trapped something. i do. Try to get away exactly. And if a person had rabies and they you know. This is lack of compassion. Sensationalism eliza attacking our furry little friend. Margaret doesn't completely unconcerned. Not how you off better raccoon news. Thank you all right. That was very disappointing. Exactly i'll tell you who did better that was. Nbc ten rhode island a picture. Several pictures again. How much news is going on in rhode island this dad and this little kid. Jj they saw raccoon komo to their back porch and so jj what he did instead of fear. Mongering and screaming like abc. seven in the miami. Did he sat down and he had dinner with. The raccoon was an apple orange. Or whatever out back those to dinner together so these photos went around. I guess they went viral in rhode island and who shows up the news chen. Bc tend to do a whole piece on that news. Jeez i they sent a whole crew out there because a five year old photos with raccoon they both had his. Bushy tail and bandit is a fernley sort of cartoon type of raccoon. May animal hung around and seemed to enjoy his socially distance. Dinner company. For about fifteen minutes. The raccoon hasn't since comeback but. Jj has a name for him. What is his name way. we will be back. I don't know where that came from. So we have a raccoon in the backyard. Nice warwick sam reed. Nbc ten news. Okay i just wanna go find all his friends and get them together. Hey what's up here feeding rabies. Yeah that's how you do. How dare you what he news again. How what what's going on news cruiser show apparently so weird menace out there right now looking out for some raccoon news other good raccoon news. We've got a new piece of literature that has been published. And i've got a copy right here. Her children's book called rebecca the white house raccoon. No a raccoon did live in the white. And that's what this about. Tell you what medicine tell us what it's all about about. How calvin coolidge yes. He was given a raccoon supposedly to eat as dinner but calvin and his wife first lady grace coolidge said. You know what this this raccoon dinner. He's going to be our new pet at indeed. that's what happened. This book from kelvin. kevin coolidge dot. Org is all about the first white. The first and only that i know of white house raccoon what it would do this about a thirty page children's book. I admit up to the first page. All right right in front of it from the beginning erica. Everyone loves raccoons. Why iraq coon could even be president of the united states. One day all right. Did you know that. The president calvin. Did you know that president calvin coolidge americans. America's thirty first president had a pet raccoon. I didn't know. cms told me. Her name was raccoon. A- kula she was a gift to the president she was. She was a gift to president. Coolidge is a kids. Bugger yeah just five to eight. Who wouldn't want a raccoon who went want one supporter of the president. Coolidge thought you'd be a great for three years iraq. We're going to open all right next to our ice calvin coolidge related or something must be arranged. He's also the author of totally ninja raccoons noise other children's book syria. I want more raccoon back to the news. The most biggest the most biggest story about raccoons this year has been coons e the raccoon. Recall that we've had two different news stories. Norman homa where a guy. George simmons from idaho. He showed up because it all those ice storms. Awhile back and so he was there as an arborist who's helping clear down trees and he had to fat gigantic totally. They just kind of hung out with him and lived in his truck with him. Then they run away. Well kunsi ran away so we had that story where the follow up story about how. The community rallied for him and search for kunsi night and day. Well he had to go back home right and until just recently where they think they had a kunsi citing in fact they caught a big old fat raccoon in the cage. It seemed docile and so the news was there. Yes kfor in northern oklahoma again. What's going on. This is the news three times to find out because kunsi was micro-chipped it find out if indeed i'd beg reveal later. Let's let's hear what happened. Saying she looked just like kunsi adding she would sit up. Drink tea and hope people's hands like kunsi. George still in idaho book the next flight out down here eight hours all for this moment. Kunia micro-chipped the state wildlife department lending a hand with a scanner. The moment of truth should've picked it up by now. We'll be right there so close but not kunsi way so you had to drive that far close how it on the phone just say stanford or so in desk third story. They've done though saying the effort isn't over. You keep doing a good job chats. I got to get her back. Also percent oklahoma crime pussy back. Sounds like you also teeth missing this. Oh lover.
Pocketnow Weekly Podcast
"lady grace" Discussed on Pocketnow Weekly Podcast
"Certain someone will finally be able to come back and i'll be able to see them up. She and she almost fell. That's what you get for already being excited. Once i hit record he says back on the show. Ace alright. So everyone's been like excited for you to come back. It's only right that you're on pocket now weekly. You know you. And i are together so we might as well use. I did use this system with not connected to the iphone. But i did use the road wireless go to to record a podcast between me and high may which one pretty well but there are a few things that i learned like cold microphone up and also this might just be your lightest. Podcasts set up yet. I have experimented with a lot. Being podcast hosts for a lot of different podcast of experiments. This might be my yeah. You're right this might be the most imbo in probably one of my favorite podcasting setups. Yeah i'm all for portability right now and this is just Probably like an eighth of your usual. Bob gates bob gates. Who it's lady grace podcast setup. Yeah yeah we don't have to go through but if anybody who's been following the weekly podcast for up until now you know that. I've done a lot of experimenting with audio equipment anyway. How cool is this. We're in the same room together. I know welcome. Back you said is actually non-dependent more than i did. I'm kidding everyone has been super excited for you to like be back in our whole community is probably like really happy to see me in your tweeds and not sad. Oh no i. it's everyone's. I'm just sad that i can't go out and see everyone right now. You know even if i'm here we're still laying a little bit of low trying not to you know. Just be everywhere. Yeah no matter how much we are tempted to. Yeah definitely definitely them dead. So i think for anybody that might be listening. Okay so we do have some tech talk. Obviously this is gonna be This show will be the opportunity to finally react to a couple of releases announces. That have happened recently but before we get all of that like as usual. There's a bit of like a check in all of that stuff. I really wanted to know from you. How i i'm sure. A lot of viewers or listeners. Out there are probably wondering like how like what what was it like to travel at all or to be able to go somewhere. I how do we honest. It was a little nerve racking. I had been at home for what a year and a half apart for that long. And it's like even even where even. When i was in manila i barely went out like i am privileged enough to be working at home the same with my other family members so we never really went out like i could count on my fingers the number of times i went out in the last year and a half which also means that when i am i am very paranoid with everything Then still happen when you've been sort of like what you Desensitized do things outside. Probably say and so dementia. Traveling was extra freaky for me but it was relatively smooth sailing flying. I'd say it was a little weird leaving because airport from manila. Fifty percents lowest. But other than that than present thing. Of course. i had to get like all my documents in order like i had. I had to the specific swab test at a specific time before my flight present negative results even had like paperwork for my vaccine card and all of that but after the initial shock aside from the masks in the fact that they hand out sanitizing wipes when you get on a plane. Yeah everything was more or less the same. It was the same long trip it was. It was all just very weirdly. Familiar fell back into old habits and whatnot. Like no i slept. I was already for you. Yeah yeah. I usually work on planes. I always feel like time. Spent in a plane could be used words a more productive goal so i usually bring work at it i you know and then when they get there at probably watch a movie but most of the time i'd usually be working for the first time i was knocked on lake both legs of my flame which is funny because you and i have traveled a lot of places together and i'm always the one that does knocks the hell out like the we hit a certain altitude. My body's just like oh yeah. They're trying to trying to write articles trying to do everything i can. Yeah well this one's asleep. This one's trying to figure out what flight contraption he is bought from amazon. So she he can he can. What is it mount his phone toddler. Now i want i view because i'm pretty much working nonstop in my normal life like a plane. Ride is almost like that's that's like built in rest time or time for me to play a game on my phone or something like that. If i could have a laptop that could run at full power throughout the entire laptops full black. Why can't i speak my gosh full power while i'm talking like a p. I can play my entire. Like he. Like a mac book. Well go ahead and talk about that other feather quickly. Josh surprise me with his m one. And i knew it would be good but i wasn't asking with like i knew it but as a as with a lot of things i'd have to be the one trying it right so this thing never dies though and i know highway is all braces when it comes to the m one math book but i have to say i one hundred percent agree now and i get it and i never have to plug in my laptop now and so like law edita..
SoFlo Weird Show
"lady grace" Discussed on SoFlo Weird Show
"Know it's nineteen twenty eight. There's not google uber news. None of and they still manage to create something to this day. Ninety two years later that still delights people. I mean that's pretty magical. I think that one man could really leave that legacy the instead firm is very much dedicated to garden. Should reflect the space that they are within right. So that's why you see very natural native plants within this garden. Frank lloyd wright did the same thing he thought your house and then i'll of your home or you're building should reflect the environment that it's in so you see a lot of this and there ought both of them were you know artists during the arts and crafts period so you see a lot of the reflection of what american architecture and art was going through. A lot of people will say oh that that beautiful tower is Art nouveau or art deco. Right right. actually it's not because decca wasn't coined until the late forties and our tower was built in nineteen twenty seven twenty eight so it's actually Neo gothic Okay which means four people new people right said. That's why you're seeing kind of this progression towards art deco. So we're kind of on the cusp of that. So i think i the tower artisans and the ideas were really leading us into that period so one of visitors favourite details about the singing tower is the great brass door and so the grass door is actually represe which means the artisan samuel yellen actually hammered from the back side the story of genesis so at the top of the door. You're gonna see. God created lights. And then as you make your way down the panels. The very last panel is actually adam and eve being thrust from the dark. So each one of the panels tells a different chapter from the book of genesis. So the tower is neo-gothic and style it is made from georgia marble and brown co kina. So around the tower. You're gonna see wonderful. Carvings and a lot of the carvings are native birds from florida. As well as you're going to see if you if you have an eagle eye you'll be able to see at the very top. There are four eagles that surround the belchamber. And then at the very top of the parapet. There are eight herons and unfortunately you can't see from the ground. They're sitting on nests so it is a female male female male around the top and there's eight of them so all of that was hand-carved and By artisans here on property that were brought down from philadelphia. So i'm you know we are definitely a testament to architecture on the back side of the tower. You're gonna see our famous sundial and don't ask me to tell you how to go on our web. There's some calculations you have to do. But it was one of the most difficult things to create and the reason why it's a sundial is that's how the bells were brought in. They were brought in through that back panel and then hoisted to the top of the tower. So the sundial will tell you know what time it is but they had to bring in a mathematician to actually make it accurate and make it you know feasible to be a a sundial so you know walk around and see all these really lovely art nouveau kind of pieces and an architecture and of the last thing milton metairie who was the architect. He won the american award for architecture that year based on his design for the scene tower. How okay beautiful beautiful. And it's knee is edward. Bok brought in all these people from different places in different areas. They had to immerse themselves in florida. Florida's wildlife's laura everything to understand it like it was a learning experience for them so that they could depict it on the tower. So how weird you wanna get with this way. Totally weird stuff you go to the very top of the tower see these wonderful mosaic tiles and there are guerrillas on mosaic tile can't really determine why artisans picked guerrilla the only thing we can think of is around turn of century. Florida was known for having these like monkey attractions or guerrilla attraction. Okay so we think. The artisans thought that florida was like you know a jungle And so they thought we had monkey Okay okay we you know we don't but we have the monkeys on the top tower. Can't really tell you why that is but it's kind of weird right in their their purple. So i don't know why pick. Oh okay purplish blue collar. Whatever there's your weird tip let's go back to the caroline's the bells earn. I want you to tell me who actually plays those things. Sure all right so to talk about the bells. We do have to go back to nineteen twenty nine so everybody wanted to create a showpiece in the garden and we have his writings at talked about. He wanted americans to have a beautiful experience. Music and art was part of that. So that's why he put a carolina in the center of the garden that we would always have a musical heritage there so the caroline is actually the world's largest instrument right and ours is two hundred and five feet tall. The bells are at the top of the tower. And so the bells don't swing. It's not like the like notre dame and so everybody put this beautiful instrument because he remembered his childhood. The largest collection of bell towers is in the lowlands of europe and the netherlands and they are part of that culture. They use the bells to make hourly now to tell the time they would use the bells in times of war to announce when what's happening or even in terms of natural disaster. The bells were very integral to that culture so everybody being raised as a dutch immigrant. He remembered all of that. So that's why he built the beautiful tower to kind of be a reflection of his childhood and his grandmother gave him a phrase and so his grandmother would. This would have probably been from like the eighteen fifties. It's actually make you the world a bit better and more beautiful because you've lived in it and that was so pivotal to him that it is actually etched in the Tower room the founders room on the fireplace there and people come in every once in a while. They'll say hey you know you've got a typo on your sign nods. Exactly how his grandmother said it. She had that dutch heritage. Okay so it does make you or make kind of you in the world. You right so And robot created the the bells and the very first bell is called a carol. Honor was Actually from europe. So edward bok brought him over from europe. Anton brees was his name and so his very first concert that he played Was on dedication day. Which was february. First nineteen twenty. Nine and president calvin coolidge and first lady grace. Coolidge were here and delivered the dedication address. Pepper of this sanctuary trait the gospel of betty. Although they have been made possible the generosity. I've missed the advocate. W bop he does not wish them to be considered as a memorial are monument. Biologists been his preface to give some expression yeah to his arm love of the building in palm in cala and in sound. Here's also shot to preserve quiet. Majesty of the trees increased the display of coloring in the flowers and combine stone and novel in the graceful lines of the top all in the setting surrounded by green foliage and reflected in sparkling waters although hits the song of the nightingale we'll mingle.
At The Races With Steve Byk
"lady grace" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"Trump king also so they'll come in and find shape. It's it's gonna be a jock trace this one because it'd be honest any any anyone can win this race. The grade three vigil the six furlong standard and here is super stonehenge Facing off against pink. Floyd but hardly topics i green light. Go good old green light. Go speaking of way. Burn jimmy jerkins And of course coming off of a run Pretty successful run with jerry door for as well To mike doyle who handles the stronach Horses but pink. Floyd looking to win this Early for what the third or fourth time in a row. It's been a long time and Unfortunately i think Father time might be creeping up on him and You know the super stonehenge turn the tables on them in. The jacques cartier has been fantastic. Hey i've tried to knock the source. Before and i just keep swinging so but We'll see what happens. I just think superstorm. And the now now i don't disagree and You know by teller will do right by pink floyd if it if it if it becomes not that not that eighty-eight buyer beaten four lengths in the in. The jacques. cartier. Means that you know he's ready for after care But you know is nine Let's talk about the oaks and it's a field that ten. I really good group and i. I've make half. This field is eligible to win here. Yeah Laurynas should be the favorite. Yep never run past seven furlongs so you know something to consider Jillian marie does nothing but win. And i've loved that horse. It's two starts and just a tough horse. She keeps winning curtains. Catch i think will appreciate the distance that one train really well the other day it really pointing to this race So it depends. How little pressure wanna take the raina Again another one. That just had said nothing wrong. I wasn't the biggest fan of the last word Baby is trying to keep her attention. because he was pushing it. A little on her but You know money for wrote coming out of a tree. So that's that one could be a juicy lit a price and you know open company coming against the restricted horses to be honest Something you can look at as well. I agree about money for row and and That's a affiliate. We got familiar with Via brian lynch Who also trades as Trains For the roma team and one horse he hadn't mentioned is the maiden. The violence maiden emily lean and This is a horse that is is inching forward inching forward with every start and with the added distances. Well i don't think emily impossible and is obviously going to come in here as a as a price i mean just got beat a neck in a maiden race that miss marie that breed hays runs the carpet diem philly I thought that Emily looked like she deserved at least a an exotic consideration. Yeah and and even more impressive finished second tar flash drive who won the selena And she's quite a nice source. So the you know the barn and you can tell by one at a two year old ran into the princess elizabeth and finish third there so the horses and that work was actually quite nice. The forty eight th street One of the clockers had turned to me and said you know that was quite a nice work for the source. so yeah. There's there's several in here that could win. So that's why it's a great race ten horses you might throw out and that's about it. Turn to the gray to royal north and a lot of familiar horses in here. And i just came from colonial on monday. Where michelle level had to she's going to have to regroup One of the steak one of her a handful now state runners but she sends change control up here for the royal north amalfi coast That the five year old mayor that you know certainly is more than credible. You've got all kinds of interesting runners that turned up in here I thought this was. This was an interesting group george. Weaver ships in from saratoga as well with lead guitar for the hills And the mcknight Genie's beep beep There's there's a lot of possibilities in the great to royal north. Yeah the to shippers obviously look very very tough on. Paper is for the local on stick with genie be Ninety four actually. I worked lady grace lady. Grace won this race last year so he can't knock her either. She went to churchill. charan in the new york against the boys here last two starts to run since april. Genie did work. this one. salting pechiney b.'s way For being the speed of the race and maybe genie beacon care them a long way but obviously a chain of controlling guitar. Look dirty very tough very nice weekend. I haven't even touched on the maiden races Saturday and sunday But ernie the so much steak action and high level stakes action at woodbine this weekend. one of the big weekends at the big oval and i appreciate the visit Thanks for having me and You know maybe we'll chat before the plate Yeah we see our biggest weekend and hopefully we can chat them. You got an ernie perry. Everybody and ernie's clocking report on the woodbine. Website will stay right here. We've got twenty minutes to fill out. We're going to talk to james scully. Papa morales and get some more opinions. It's been opinion fast on this twin spires weekend preview at the races and a reminder to Get to the website. Steve dot com and enter the big five and a chance to win an x three thirty john deere riding mower. James would.
"lady grace" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"And you are listening to the Rita Cosby Show. And you know, we were just talking with John McLaughlin about Trump versus Biden. Well, one thing that the Bidens have over the trumps is that Jill Biden is now going to be gracing the cover of Vogue magazine. And I think, Listen, I think that's great. I think it's wonderful to see the first lady gracing the cover. But we have to remember that Melania Trump, who is a beautiful woman, I've met Melania many times. She's absolutely gorgeous. I think even more beautiful than you see, even in the pictures and the videos and so forth. And she was a model and she wasn't on the cover of vogue. So, Bernie and sit in the morning and I love these guys. Um, you can catch them every morning at 6 30 Here on 77. W. ABC talked about the hypocrisy and it is our 77 W ABC Clip of the day. Actually, this magazine Vogue that ignored Melania Trump for four years that the X Beautiful model first lady. Well, they have non Dr Jill Biden on the cover it, says Dr Jill Biden a first layer For all of us. And this, uh, this headline from this New York Post reporter Eddie Scary, he writes Vogue's Jill Biden cover is so fawning it would embarrass North Korean propaganda. That's funny, and it's true, and it's what some of the stuff that they right in this article. This guy named Jonathan van Meter, He writes a first lady for all of us, he says, this looking every inch of goddess. At 69. Yeah, and he talked about, you Know, get her out. He swooned over our quote unquote empathetic President. Well, they certainly had the hypocrisy pegged. And by the way, Melania should have been on the cover. She should have been on a lot of covers Everybody, by the way, Make sure you check out also our question of the day, which we posted on our 77 w. ABC website, You can go to w abc radio dot com. It goes right to the heart of the topic that we're taking calls on right now. Everybody, And the question is a major discrepancy was found in the counting of ballots for New York City Mayor Are you shocked? Whole bunch of different answers, including. Yes, This is a major city. No, it probably happens all the time. My choice would be no. They're a bunch of idiots, and they should all be fired. That would be my choice for C but go check it out on w abc radio dot com. The number to call is 1 808 489 to 2 to 1 808 489 To to to, um, let's go to Joe from Pennsylvania. Joe, you're here on the show. Go ahead. Reader. What are we back in high school? Uh, ranked choice. Voting. It's just deploy is designed to cool people. So when everybody's trying to figure out who's really winning, who's in first who's in second Nobody is watching it, and they're hoping that people is so dumb that they could just slip in whatever they want. It's all designed to be, uh Mhm evasive of the truth. And it's just another way that the the radical left is trying to steal the votes even from another Democrat who has some integrity. Well, And you know what? You know what's interesting, Joe when they did the quote like new round, um, that we're supposed to believe is correct. And look, I hope it is correct. Um, but we're supposed to believe that It somehow ended up like about 1000 within the South. 1000 votes of the first test that we now know was wrong and just like you said. They didn't admit to it. They got called out and were forced to admit to it. It wasn't like they suddenly said, Oh, wait a minute, everybody. We made a mistake. There was the campaign of Eric Adams. There was other people coming out and going. Yeah, look basic math. Like you said, I I don't even think they're high school. I think it's like junior high school or elementary. Suddenly you look at the numbers and you go. Wait a minute. This doesn't add up, but it wasn't the board of elections that determine that they were pressured into admitting it. So it makes me wonder what if one of the campaigns didn't notice it or bring attention to it? I mean, think about the repercussions, Joe. They? They must think we're all dumb, You know, but we're not. You know, it's just one more. One more thing that they're doing just to try to fool the people steal integrity. Just to the diminish truth, and he and he is like the mayor of New York City, saying that's an embarrassment. He's the biggest embarrassment ever. And he's saying that's an embarrassment that shows you how bad it is. I was going to say, because everybody today liberals no matter where they are, all of them saying Yes, this was such a disaster. It's so transparent. I don't think that they can say anything other than that, because it is such An embarrassment. I just think it's such a slap in the face to New York, and I feel bad for the candidates. I feel bad for their teams, you know, but the board of Elections seems to not be taking any responsibility. They've They've been there, Little Island kind of operating autonomously. And other people have come in just as you said. Even De Blasio has said, Listen, I will offer you several million dollars to reform and there and today there's an interesting little dynamics even in upstate New York, because you've got Senator Andrea Stewart cousins, the state senator up there, who's saying This is horrible? We need to look into this. And then there's others who are saying Well, let's just kind of an And these are ones who have friends that are tied to the board of Elections. Surprise. Surprise! Surprise everybody, but Andrea Stewart Cousins is calling them out and saying, This is so bad. But you can already tell. There's a lot of little politics in here and we're going to like unravel a lot of unseemly layers that already seemed to be coming out, and it is shameful and it's disgusting. And it has put this whole election process Justin like horrible disrepute. And it saddens me. It is so so bad. And how can we ever trust what they're going to come out with its 1? 808 489222? I want to hear from you guys do you believe That there's also such a hypocrisy because when President Trump called out the election and said, Oh, there's problems. It was a conspiracy. But if the Democrats call it out, it's okay. Do you see a little bit of hypocrisy there? Come on, everybody. 1 808 489 to 2 to 1 808 489222 It's the Rita Cosby Show on 77 W A. B C W. ABC traffic in transit traffic problems and central New Jersey and New Brunswick Route one Shut down with a crash involving.
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"lady grace" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"To lake reinstall structure. It just takes so much more work because you're like what stack of papers is this. You have to go through. Every single thing was staggered papers. This assist time consuming so he can kinda keep on top of it. And i know granted. Sometimes you do have tight deadlines Like i just had with the sale and everything but once you do have once you get the project done take some time to clean up your space and get it ready before you start the next project because it will help you in the long run yes and i did. I did she do this. Harbor remember exactly when it was. But i've got like a big cupboard. The assignment office and it was full of stuff that my wife and i just put their let me megyn to the house and i kind of realized that we have we don't we go into it and use 'em we've been in this house nearly ten years say maybe we don't really need it in that he's like my friend she's she's looking big magazine. A film movie magazine a buff. She's got boxes and boxes of these and every time she moves she just let mavs like twenty boxes magazines and puts them in her loft. And i just said tell one day why dignam. Why don't you just throw them away. He never look at them. She was horrified. Obviously tomio is ridiculous but in the me. I'm very ruthless When it comes to throwing things away we went through that cupboard and we chucked most of it and we did declutter or older bookshelves and say my office is looking pretty speaking spanish. A few things on the life that need filing as if he thinks my desk that need sorting out. But i did claire out my office draw which bitch things can look. Things can pull up in declare at my desk. No my cupboards light. Probably within the last six months. So i'm feeling pretty. Chuffed about my workspace overall teepee no lion today. What one of the one of the big things was that. Now of cleared that cupboard whom i stock books can going that covered because now i doubt have couple books on the floor which used to irritate the shamny. But you know what i've got now. Fort mason wicker basket full not fordham a mason which is dead pawn in london night. No no. I am like picture similar passionate and pictures from total opposites extra. I never for mason. On paul so fridges and howard's i know the shots. Yes say it's porsche rights big posh place and probably supplies the queen mum laden stuff on a on a christmas. You can buy that big four mason hampers with biscuits and mom lane jaman chocolates and things and it comes in a really nice way. A picnic basket Fm on the top say stylish right and a friend of boys one of these for having a christmas day and i thought was wrong with that box throughout. No it's now. My is not my little table by my by my desk. Say now i've got rid of my couple books. Go much more stylish we bonski. I'm very pleased. It pleases me. Look at it every day. So that's why i'm happy with it can you. Can you believe. I lived in london for one six six seven years and i never want inside silver juice because every time i go into town gate. So she's i love good so just never stepped inside. I think i went in the heritage. Wants knows it really. See the big deal here. howard dante. I love just loved the food hall. Love the oyster champagne. Baugh so badly intrigues me. Tv space everyone on. I'm saying at least jumping. But i still remember again to the and You did actually eat easter. He's willing to down but she was making the same faces making right now still tasted a year ago. It was a union. I was getting on a plane and we weren't sure if i was going to be able to land because of everything was going crazy. Let's get back to desks desks. The actual desktop so not not not your computer desktop but you actually desktop now. I have laser space. Oh my desk. But i have enough space. I think i But when i did this clara i took everything off and then i did remove kuala things. Say that's a really top tip. Just take it off and then he put back on the things that you actually use and need saved. Ice for me Every day. I used tissues lip balm handcream a lamp. And then i've got my five latest books. Say because quite often i find myself reaching for them to see what the back matter was what how did how did something on the inside light. I keep all my books on on my desk. The i can just reach a handout. But my latest one's id. I've got a couple of night books. They've got some notes. I've taken but i've also got an emotion the source. Now if you if you have the emotions source and everybody told me to buy it. I never fucking use it so i should take it off my desk. I'll go. that is like a comfort blanket. But it's just a bit too much to reach out and check the motion to source. So i just a. he's in. Keep the paperbacks on your desk. Because i just used to kindle album my laptop and so if i need to check anything in my book i just go to my kindle app. Oh no. I never ever ever my books on kindle who is check the paperbacks interest goes. I go on the left. I've got some pen. Tidy the things like things i need to take. You'll love this. I've got a job and a jam jar. The i clean down and it was going to be my gratefulness jar. See daylight that thing like you should put a thing in there. The grateful i think he's got one thing. That and i had this jar on my desk. Obey for about two years. So i'm not very good at doing that As you just take that fucking off the dash. Is it just thing because like with kobe. Did everything like. It's hard to remember what you're grateful for. It probably behoove you to actually try to institute it ni- because i think nine myself and i think i'm just not very good at doing that so i should just the you know what it is good for and i think that's why i keep it in the in the moments when i can open my windows One of the the thing that keeps the wind up my window is down so if i stick that jar underneath the window he keeps up so i think that's probably why have kept is your window. Join case windows. See i have one thing on my desk that you would absolutely not have in one would not need. I have a bed for lady grey. Because i have a very long desk. I went on when i was a desk. Dropping is not actually a desk on. It's more of like a long kitchen table. Because i like a lot of space. I like to stretch. How am i like to. If i have to a lot of notes around me but there is a corner that is lady grace Guess where she prefers to be on your keyboard so it's a losing battle every day. That were my my desk cheerily. When i get help from her bed it immediately settle under desk chair. And then like all. Come back from the lou or something. It'll make in an epic rope. And then she bites me so it's fun game we play. He said i've never had cap. I knew i know where cats like to talk to rest. I've seen enough. I've seen that fight is on the internet. An outside another thing is clean it. I've got a little dyson heaver which has got a little attachment for dust. Dusty rings a deep clean modeste probably at least once a week just to get the dust up and of course. I'm gonna joe water desk well. Which i changed up every month and say every time i did that. Chalk dust cascades down. Tbn on. i'm covered in it. No not really. But you know it's as drastic doesn't So do do king desk because it does make you feel better. Dust disinfect. your desk. Nine loud disinfect desk. I do that every day. will you much much more deaths cleanliness.
Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"lady grace" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"How how he takes to the dirt. And i you know i've talked to the greens and we think senator is better than later and i love that anti just wanna find out what we have. I did a similar situation a couple years ago with Sir winston he had one you know on the synthetic and I said to. Tracy farmer we gotta figure out You know now whether he likes the dirt. And i think that's where we're at williams. So yeah he's going to run Saturday how about that There's a little piece of news writing my man. Jose ferrer very good little show. I i that that mayor I remember the mayor. Thundering amelia that michael matt's add. She was a nice steak maher Well y undefeated So there's a name and My man papa. Morales was asking about the helium. And let me also Slip in a question about jungle cat. Who has always seemingly runwell another one that Should graduate soon. well. I don't have jungle cat anymore. So gary sold his part to team valor. And last thing time. I heard she's in south florida with graham motion. So i can't tell you that one interesting jungle cat In two seconds and two thirds in four starts and is an animal kingdom so Philly i mean i'm excited about She's in the stake. Downstairs is philly. We got from Ireland strike for the grains. She ran she had a really nice Second or first start and You know as as we got her back in the stake. I think she's a philly especially in the summer is going to do big things worse night. So we're excited. We've got a you know steve We we we. We shut down a lot. We we give a lot of our horses Time off in the wintertime and everything we do. We kinda aimed for a big spring and summer and fall. So we're starting we got lady grace. She's a great to six wonderful mr farmers. She's coming back. I can tell you who just showed up. And he's he's happy and healthy and looks better than he ever. Has this tap into win. he's gonna. he's started bryson down at palm Have another horse called super door me. That's a pretty good horse. Let's just starting back to breezing. So yeah that's what i've been doing. I've been charting pass for everybody. Nice you mentioned. You mentioned the work that The the assistance do. And i i should before we go. I should mention Jamie beg zone. And with his sixth overall starter. A winner yesterday at tampa and of he put in a lot of time with you as an assistant. So congratulations jamie. yeah. I was excited and happy for jamie. You know well deserved. He's a he's a.
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Apply law to war crimes: Kuwait - Syria hits south - ARAB TIMES
"The world's largest migrant population three and a half million syrians have fled civil war to arrive in turkey but they face discrimination and depressed wages thousands of children also among the most exploiting just see me as child is represent a lost generation that's in a couple of minutes bbc news with david austin symboblic as president emmerson mnangagwa's says he suspects a group which supported the former first lady grace mugabe whose behind the recent attempt on his life speaking to the bbc he stressed he had evidence yet and was waiting for the police to arrest and question suspects i tim seized from six residences linked to the former malaysian prime minister naci brazil and his wife had been valued at some two hundred and seventy million dollars the lease headey sees twelve thousand pieces of jewellery more than four hundred watches and nearly six hundred handbags army radio in somalia is reporting that the leader of the jihadist group are shebab has died the radio quoted an army colonel is saying that shake made aku a breakthrough beta died in the southern town of jilib after suffering from cancer somali and kenyan media previously reported that shakoor beta was suffering from a severe kidney problem and had been bedridden for the past seven months a judge in california has ruled that all families of illegal immigrants separated at the us border must be reunited within thirty days the judge said children under five must be packed with their parents within fourteen days the czech president militia xenon is appointed andrey baptish is head of a new administration it's the second time the controversial politician has tried to form a government since his party took the largest share of the vote in last october's elections one of the main opposition leaders in the democratic republic of congo last cartoon be is going on tryon along side six other people mr catoon is accused of recruiting foreign mercenaries in two thousand fifteen after falling out with president kabila south korean officials say young men are using a wide variety of tactics to dodge two years of mandatory military service including feigning insanity and obtaining full body tattoos bbc news welcome to business daily here on the bbc world service my name's ed butler today off two important elections here.
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Grace Mugabe linked to alleged ivory smuggling in Zimbabwe
"The fire cover scenario of about fifteen hundred square meters we've got two hundred eighty eight emergency personnel sixty two units and airborne they're all taking part in the search and rescue operation with taking all necessary measures to extinguish the fire the shopping center is a very complex construction though a lot of combustible materials with more details his carolina davis clouds of smoke could be seen pouring from the blackened windows of the shopping center as firefighters tried desperately to contain the flames people were seen jumping from the windows trying to escape reports from russia's say that forty children are missing their affairs some may have been trapped inside more than two hundred people were evacuated from the site some would take into hospital beaten according to the chief physician ten adults and seven children and teenagers were treated to adult patients remained in a great condition the fire is thought to have started on the fourth floor of the complex which also contained a cinema and a petting zoo russian president vladimir putin has ordered the emergencies minister to fly to camera over to oversee the rescue effort an investigation into how this could have started is reportedly already underway davis revolting now she's known as gucci grace for her lavish lifestyle and now zim bobby's former first lady grace mugabe is being investigated for alleged ivory smuggling state media reported that she's been involved in moving millions of dollars worth of ivory to underground foreign markets ahead more about the allegations ron africa regional editor will ross well they've all originated from a whistle blower by the name of adrian stern who's been talking to different international media basically saying he spent months in zimbabwe undercover pretending to buy ivory and he managed to get proof.