19 Burst results for "Laura Ingalls"
"laura ingalls" Discussed on The Swearwolves
"Mountains. Where people live. He'll people help people heal. Billy's we call mountain williams hill. Billy williams i gotcha a class. God bless him. Yeah yeah doing their own thing. They're not wearing shoes. Were living the simple life blowing on jugs jaitley not not being making moonshine wiping wiping your boat with whatever you find more. Can you wanna to life. That's not much live ended up. They're having a blast salted the earth. They got one tooth and they're using it. Use a can opener because they don't have one. They're all cans woods that anyway. It's nineteen fifty seven and We got this guy. His wife and their young son in tiny cabin book. Laura ingalls still out of it but some dude comes up. And he's banging. It's a dick warlock. Dick warlock is like. Let me let me. They're like get the fuck away dick warlock. Yeah fuck off. I will shoot you if you try to bust in here. Something's after you and that's between you and that's something yeah can't come in so the young boy. Whose name is ed. He looks out through the window and he sees often the distance that a creature has grabbed. This you got fucking zena morph dude exactly exactly when we get to it a little bit more. We'll talk about that but you're exactly correct so it grabs him and chokes out fucking know what what what what does that. Lifts them up breaks his neck. Like movie. movie doesn't say it. Sounds very michael myers probably is anyway cut to present day which is one thousand hundred eight. Yep ed harley he's all grown up lance henriksen now lance henriksen. Everybody knows lance henriksen. I don't think i have to explain that. He was Bishop bishop thank you and aliens aliens and subsequent movies after that actually yeah. He makes appearances as bishop but he was also in a heater. Tv show it was not a spin off of x. files but it was like. Oh yeah isn't coming lenny. Yeah something like that. Yeah yeah yeah he was about that. Yeah i think. Chris carter like had something to do with created that or something. But he's an older man now is widowed. Got a kid named billy billy and a dog in a dog named gypsy gypsy. Not nude dog. Get some calls on them balls..
"laura ingalls" Discussed on Historical Bookworm
"Out. Oh really yeah. I could see that he might be a little bit too innovative for you. Know standard structured school. I could see that Well you meant to work right away so he was like the second youngest of i think it was like seventeen kids or my gosh. I hadn't realized he had that many siblings So maria montessori was born in italy in eighteen seventy she was an exceptional exceptional person. The only female attendee of an all boys school. Maria was one of italy's first female doctors. She became interested in education in nineteen. Oh seven and she opened a childcare center in rome where she could put her educational theories into practice and he probably recognize that name montessori so she was the founder of the school. You have different methods you know of. Teaching montessori is definitely one where there's a lot of exploration And focus on the child but she has a quote here says never help a child with a task at which he feels he can succeed That's interesting actually like that. Yeah i didn't realize that. The montessori principles went back that far. That's that's really cool. I don't know you think that you know all the things we have today are like new and innovative and sometimes they're not yeah. Yeah we're just our presuppositions. We never know what we might not know exactly. So here's one. And i since we are a podcast for readers and writers. I thought this was kind of a special when it's laura ingalls wilder and she's famous yes. She's famous for her little house on the prairie books. So she too was a teacher. She taught in a one room. Schoolhouse in south dakota. This schoolhouse happen to me Twelve miles from the town. She lived in thou-. I'm guessing you know that way. Children who lived in rural areas could also go to school. But gee twelve miles in a horse and buggy Yes i remember reading about that. It was wintertime too. So she couldn't go back every we like sear family on the weekends except that someone came and picked her up and so almonds. A wilder came a picture up and she had no clue why he was doing this. She was like. Wow he impa must be really good friends for him to come and pick me up as a favor. This is really nice of him. So that's that's actually kind of how he started courting her if i remember correctly yeah i knew that. She taught as a young woman but sometimes teachers were. They were seen as unfitting a teacher to be like pregnant. You know right so they were often not married. But i think that really depends on where they were at in particular community so her quote is the only stupid thing about words is the spelling of them. American english is just. I think it's actually. I love that. It's just this melting pot of different cultures. You know how many different the words that we have from different cultures. I think it's really special but i am. Spelling is not something. I am very good at so i definitely kind of feel like mrs wilder really knew what she was talking about there. Yes she was definitely on to something there. The inconsistencies man. I mean i. I complained about you know trying to learn other languages. You know that it's so difficult. And then i think about someone trying to learn english. I know maybe. I shouldn't complain too much long. Yeah yeah so there you have it. It's a short look at a few teachers in history. But here's one final quote says from albert. Einstein says imagination is everything and as a writer and reader. I heartily agree. Tom for our bookworm review. So book today is faiths mountain home by misty m. beller nate long has always watched over his identical twin brother aaron even when it put him on the wrong side of the law when aaron is wounded in a shootout the brothers were taken to settlers for it to recover as networks to make reparations for their past he marvels at the nursing errand receives and the care of a woman with all the reasons in the world to resent him. Laura hanan knows what it is to start over and she knows nate's newfound faith is real what she can't look past is how far he allowed himself to be led astray by his brothers weaknesses. As a fledging trust grows between the and laura they stumble upon a mysterious cave in the mountains. That may not be as uninhabited as it seems as they work together for our common cause will the new lives they seek for themselves include love or is there too much that stands between them looming complex characters and multifaceted relationship. Says i do. I have to say i think the heroes stole show a little bit in the story. Nate is an ex outlaw with a kind heart and a lot of restitution yet to make his brothers also interesting. The kind of character. I want to see how his own book day all in all. It's a great cast. The whole town is full of people. You can easily imagine meeting if you travel back in time. The romance is very sweet and study. The heroin is kind courageous. The hero honorable and humble. There's little violence for a western. The faith element is overt yet. A natural part of characters lives. And i loved the montana setting. I would tell you about the cave but you should probably discover that yourself. This is the third book in the hearts of montana series and from the bits i've seen of earlier characters in this book. I want to read the ups if you enjoy story about. Second chances with plenty of the adventures of montana wilderness can throw at you definitely pick up a copy of faiths mountain home. You've been listening to the historical bookworm. Show where history meets fiction for more information founders at historical bookworm dot.
"laura ingalls" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"My God. Yeah, Donna, it's Tim Conway. You guys also okay? Sorry. This is a slight aside, but I have to talk about it. So do you remember when they staged little house on the prairie? The musical the Guthrie here, Billy. I did too. And Melissa Gilbert played, ma. Do you remember that? Yes. So Melissa Gilbert, who played the role of Laura played Ma in the Little House on the Prairie. The musical There is a press picture of Melissa Gilbert in one of these Hot little house on the prairie gossip. And when you see it, you will say to yourself. Didn't market cheek implants. Well, yeah, it's the same thing with Nicole Kidman about to play Lucille Ball the entire time. You're gonna be like I didn't know Lucille Ball had that much. Bo Tom. Yes, It's very Yeah. Hey, this is totally off topic like it's Friday and we do what we want, but I wanted to bring your attention to something you probably have already seen. But did you have you watched the little house on the Prairie Special from PBS? No, I have not yet. So I think you should because I thought I found it to be very eye opening and I am not. As Success. What's going on with Holly over there? Please didn't even notice her until just now literally melting down anyway, it's on PBS. You can watch it on the website. I believe because I did last week and Actually learned a lot like there and and here's the other thing. They approach it in a very Historically thought full and accurate way because there's some like real problems. Yeah, with not just little house on the prairie, but with Laura Ingalls Wilder and yeah, but they did a good job, and I think it was I don't know. Was it in some way connected here? Little house on the prairie. Yeah, like I feel like there was some moment grow connection, but in the production, I don't know. Anyway. How is there anything you'd like to share with the group? She's going deep on the dope, apple dumpling gang. Really? Yeah. That Tim Conway. No, it's completely unrelated. And I'll have to share it with you in the break. Okay. Well, when we come back, I'm calling And Bradley show will know something that you don't know my God room. You know, when we come back, though, we do We did. Finish talking about Armey, Hammer and Truth be told, at the beginning of the show When we were talking about Armey Hammer, we really had not dug as deeply as we should have. We have more Armey hammer information that we want to Share with you when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley showing my talk one of 71 nothing but good times.
"laura ingalls" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Fast, he had his claws out. It's not like you show being in jumping away. He was there just basically runs up my leg. And I'm like, okay, squirrel. What are you doing? Neither bit me or scratch me on my neck. And then I must have, like, reached over or do something, And next thing I know it's an M m a cage match and I'm losing. I tried to shake it off, but I can't squirrel has a clause. Cling onto your winter jacket. When we have to leave the house. We have to carry Mom's homemade peppers, friends to make shit because if this girl comes out it then who he's right. Mom has homemade pepper spray. Wow, Aren't you Laura Ingalls Wilder, resourceful residents in Queens, New York, of reported at least five attacks from aggressive squirrels since late November. Saw aggressive squirrels on their last tour, but the singer couldn't hit the high notes. Oh, that's a shame. Yeah, One woman had to go to the emergency room. Her hand was bitten. Others have said they're afraid to walk in their own neighborhoods. They have any idea what alright, weighs a couple ounces. Anybody got any idea why this is happening? Um, why squirrels have turned against humanity? No, no, I don't. I have a friend who looks just like me. And his name is Joe whose property was being destroyed by squirrels and he shot their ass. Have they considered that? Of course, like all of our stories on the air that is entirely made up for your entertainment. Absolutely, Um, The Georgia races Big deal. Two races yesterday, one decided, one to the Democrat. Other ones still not decided, although it has been called by Decision desk HQ for the Democrat Bright Bart just called it for the Democrat. Okay, it's likely over them, right? Bright part is not going to call for the Democrat unless it's over. Unless you know, unless it's so close. They're gonna wait for all of the military ballots to appear from overseas because there was apparently some sort of delay given the clogged males these days, man. Thanks. You're gonna get treated too interesting to watch now. Is gonna be a lot of pressure from a certain segment. Of Democrats to say, Look, we got the presidency, the house and the Senate. Where's my new green deal? Where's my Here's The Big one Right off the bat. Where's my canceling student loan debt? Mm, right. Where's my major? Well, you can't refer to this. Although the new green deal I must point out again is a new deal. It has a green component. It is socialism come to America happens to have climate thing. But putting that aside, there could be major major crackdowns on the internal combustion engine, the car industry and then commuting and God knows exorbitant taxes, mileage taxes, that sort of thing and just taxes in general. A judges ruled that Polly Morris life Polyamorous like polyamorous polyamorous life. What did I say? Polly Morris. I don't know what that dated her in high school. Polyamorous life. What would that have been overplayed his heart. What's polyamorous? What would that be? A polyamorous lifestyle. You got multi multi partners. Multi lovers Cove in rules do not inhibit a polyamorous lifestyle, according to a judge. Is there some rules in Canada? How many people from different households you can have under one roof, And there's some guy who's got a wife and a boyfriend, I guess. And kids. And his ex wife was saying they're breaking the covert rules. But the judge said no Polyamorous life gets around the covert rules so he can have the make a law against loved. Exactly. Love is well said Well said by an idiot. So the ex wife was probably trying to get custody, saying Look, the guy's got a boyfriend, A girlfriend of, you know, whatever is craziness, and the judge said no, he gets it's possible that even before covert, she wasn't thrilled that our kids are growing up in that household. Yes, Yeah, Clearly, that's what I'm saying. You know, it was just an effort to get the kids. Phrasing this. Speaking of the vivid in the after effects. Oh, Jack was talking earlier about this judge has a fish bowl full of car keys on his death. Yeah, we're talking about the new with South African strain of the video might be evading the vaccines. We're not entirely sure yet. That would be terrible. Yeah, It would also mean that if you've had it once you could get this new kind. Yeah. How bad would that be? So all those cases that have happened around the world? You could get it again. This new string Airbnb is imposing a new requirement on travelers throughout Kalyan, a cornea to explain why they are booking rentals. During the state home orders. Move follows a five day shut down the new reservations in the Lake Tahoe area by Airbnb last time band now, so I just dodged a bullet there because that's where I was, and I crossed over by one mile over to the Nevada side to avoid this problem. So you know you have a new attestation form where you have to attest that your stay is permitted within local guidelines is essential it separate center. You need to swear and in the fix your thumbprint in the rest of it. I've got essential badge and essential paperwork out. I had to show it, I guess to stay and then hide my kids sleds,.
"laura ingalls" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"In syndication. So I guess any word on casting here? No. Okay on, but the original little house ran from 74 to 83 on NBC. Of course. It was based on the books of Laura Ingalls Wilder, who wrote about her life growing up in the 18 seventies in Minnesota, and Wisconsin in Kansas. I would check this out, too. I mean, I did about it. I know they do. Because little house on the prairie is really like the third book in the Syriza. Okay, Little house in the Big woods, which takes place before they moved to the prairie where they're deep in the Minnesota Woods or Wisconsin. It might be. Oh, I wish I remembered. I've read the book series several times and security of those. Oh, you would love on my bed. I would. My friend Nancy has them on the books and she just absolutely loved love. To them as a little kid. Oh, my gosh, Pa. I had such a crush on pa. We were discussing who could be a good Nellie Olsen. I think Phil Our friend Phil on paid researchers, said David Spade, He might have aged out of the role they're gonna have to cast. You know. Teen actors, kids, It's just gonna be really interesting to they choose to. Did I tell you guys about that, Nelly that Facebook page that the original Nellie has, and she sells like bonnets on it, And she does all these really funny like posed He's very nice. Remember you talking about this? Yeah. I think we link it up at one point s. Oh, it's so funny. She just does like these random. I wish I could remember her name. It's Allison something? Yep. Very easily. Google Little Nellie Olsen. Our friend Laura Barnum is also screaming at the radio right now, because she's a huge Oh, really Been armed? Grim? Yeah. And if you look at her now, she just looks like you're crazy, Fun and You know? Yes. At Christmas. Um, yeah, She's very fun. She showed up to, um, a cherry blossom festival thing in a small town that I was doing a radio thing for and she was super nice and spends a lot of times with fans. Because Laura Ingalls Wilder actually wrote her books in Mansfield, Missouri, and that's where her grave is. Oh, that's close to my hometown is hot, so some of the cast members will come to those festivals. Wow anyway. Honey who's gunning Steve Real quick. Did you hear that? Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelo. They're developing a primetime version of all My Children. I saw that headline. Yeah, they're just moving and grooving their production company like crazy. Yeah, I don't know. If I don't know much about it other than they are developing this soap opera. It's going to be called Pine Valley. It's in the early stages of development and Could be a nighttime. Yeah. Yeah, So the story is going to revolve around a young journalist with a secret agenda who comes to expose the dark and murderous history of Pine Valley on Lee to become entangled. In a feud between the cane and Santos families. Well, they really thought this out. Yeah, there you see? That's that's where the big money is right in producing a big, successful show. If you could show picked up and it it kind of takes off and gets multiple seasons. Yes, that's when you're moving and grooving. Yeah. Wait for them. Yeah, We're just having fun reading Mitch Hedberg quotes like this 10 God! Dogs are forever in the push up position Thin would list would I wanted to buy a candle holder. But the store didn't have one. So I got a cake daughter is like so that all of this is our level of stupidity. No, I like it. I do. I do. Oh, He's like, I'm just busy. Leave me alone. And when we come back if you see something, say something, Steve, what is this now about Tom Cruise? I saw an article about Tom Cruise is big rant and someone close to Scientology says it wasn't about Cove ID at all. One pack that when we come back, and if you see something, say something on don and Steve on my talk nothing but good times getting.
"laura ingalls" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Right out in the middle of the street. You have trod through it on the boulevard and it's just things are just awful. On the daily. There was his word. Yeah. And other varieties of just brilliant cursing, really brilliant cursing on. That's what I want to see. I want to see the truth. Yeah, I mean their stories. Their stories of about settlers making their way across the prairie in Minnesota and the mosquito swarms were so gnarly that grown men would just flop to the ground and sob. That's what I want to see. Home. Wow, Kenny, that's quite a visual here. Oh, time I get to real. Oh, wow. I don't want to see bonnets and bloomers. You know, I just wanna see blood Blind Mary. You doing? You driven across Minnesota, right? And you don't even notice how many times you cross a river, a creek or a stream? Think about the impossibility of traveling from the Wisconsin border, the Saint Croix River over the Mississippi and then crossing all those rivers and streams all the way over to the Dakotas just awful, just awful, and that's what I want to see. Yeah. What's called the Arthur. She knows about all this. I mean, she actually lived personally. Here. Kid goes blind along the way. Yeah. Throw that in. Oh, man, And then you're then there's a bad touch from a weird mine. I mean, horror, right? That happened to me. Oh, my gosh. Well, Sexual assault assault in the barn. Bye bye, Mime. You've got mail, original Little house on the prairie scenes and sets because I guess there's a guy that played a blacksmith in the ninth season. He has the church and the Ingram homestead. Cool so they could actually use the original. Buildings there. Two of you? Yes, that's kind of cool. Well, Megan Layne writes to us. Laura Ingalls Wilder had a daughter with almonds. Oh, her name was Rose, but she's dead, too. That's right. Yeah, Dead passed away in the sixties. The lawyer got it. And now the lawyer's kid and trying to make the decisions of what's the right thing to do. So that's why it's taken so long. That's there are not enough. Elmont. Zoe's in the world. I just wanna have a little sidebar conversation with that. Manz. Oh, hey, we're married to almonds. Oh, yeah. Who's your new friend? Delmont. So what? Guess who's interested in playing Mrs Olsen? Oh, who's a bitter old? Hey, who's a man from Sex and the city? I think of the original show. Mrs. Olson was a shopkeeper, right? Yeah. Nellie Olsson's mom. She's the nemesis of the show. Who Nellie Olsson's mom, Nelly. Oh, that would be great. She's the perfect age. She is now. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. You lost me. What? No. You mean now. Alison Nellie Olsen. Nellie Olsen, the actress? Yes. The lady that played Nelly. Yes. Alison Arngrim had Our groom, who wrote Confessions of a Prairie bitch. Oh my God, which is the best name ever. I love that's the only she's the only reason I watch that show so good loved. Yes, Love Nellie. It's how she survived Nellie Olsen and learned to love being hated. Well, TV projects in TV tastes are all cyclical, and they reflect the time and little house became popular during a similar time that we're experiencing now you know, the late seventies, when there was economic turmoil, world turmoil. Um, you know an economic depression and people turn to TV Maurer than they normally did for escape. That's why shows like this that reflected a simple quote. Simpler time were very popular or the opposite shows that showed opulence like lifestyles of the rich and famous became popular, So we're in it. We're in the time right now where things were tough. People may seek out stuff like this. So it's all about timing, and this could be a good time to bring it back. Yeah, you know what? And there's a lot of material to choose from Jason Harmony there like 20 books out banks of Plum Creek Little House in the city. A big house in the red light district. I mean, boy, the scary mind multiple times. Don't go into the Red Barn. There's just sometime in there. Yeah, actually assault you. Mr Olson.
"laura ingalls" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"Rock podcast. I am back with Misty Bailey from joyfully. homeschooling and we're talking about. How to deal with the naysayers in our lives, and we had a great conversation about that on Monday and so today we're going to kind of tie that into the importance of cultivating friendships with other homeschool MOMS in in in home, school communities so I am so glad if not I'm glad to have misty back. If you've not yet listened to that first part of the PODCAST, go back and listen to that misty. Thank you for joining me today. I'm glad to have you back. Yet Michio excited to be here. Yes a great conversation about This? How to respond to those people and you? Some really good points on on just how to. Deal with those in our lives, who maybe are not on board with home, schooling and and and you know we won't go through olive again because we talked about those in part, one but one of the things that we have talked about is that there is is so important to have. Friendships with people who are like minded other homeschool MOMS being part of a home school community, and just having that support, because especially if you don't have the support of your family, but even if you do, we really need to work to cultivate. Mom Friendships and homeschool mom friendships if we are homeschool moms, and because it's really kind of what fills us up. I know for myself. What keeps me going? I'm as being able to talk to my my friends, in India's off of them when I'm having a hard day just. Saying you know, please pray for me. We're having a rough day today. And then being able to do the same with me, so I would love for you to talk misty about that in just how you have gone about cultivating those friendships in in your ten years of homeschooling. Yes so when I started home schooling like I said in the last part I had no family support whatsoever. And actually that's High I. Really only knew one other homeschool. Mom and at the time is crazy because I felt her kids were so much older than mine, and they were, I think second. Second Third Third Fourth. Job But my kids were preschool age about like she was home schooling. These older kids is, she wants to my church. Her name's Jamie. Brown indentured homeschool mentor, and honestly she really took me under her wing. She introduced me at the time to four other moms than they had all started home schooling together. Of raise their kids together in done these get togethers once or twice a month than she invited the alongside them and. Again. They all had kids older than mine. And You know she really helps me and I. think that without her. Actually I know without her. I would not have kept on home schooling because she would tell me you know. She told me she your first couple years. It's going to be hard. You know you're gonNa cry, you know. This is what you can do in really if I texted her or asked her any any questions at all, she would help me. Her and the other moms in our community and I saw the relationships they had with each other and the relationships their kids all had within each other, and it gave me hope it encouraged me. It helped me to realize that you know I could do this and my kids. You know there was some i. don't forget what you call it, but you know the proof is in the pudding Aymen's. It helps me to see that because these kids were older than mine and you know. Some of them had junior high school kids. You know it really helps. Encourage me that you know. I could keep doing this and gave me hope for my kids in for our ability to home school So I think that that right? There is really what helped me. Go ahead and jump in and do it, and like I could but I then also decided okay. Jamie, was this to me. You Know I. Want To then be this mentor to other MOMS which is really kind of helps me start my blog by podcast, but in addition to that I started a home school group in our community. There were two or three other moms who had younger kids like my kids. You know preschool kindergarten age and we started getting together and started kind of forming our own. Group about a year after I started home schooling, and you know our kids have grown up together and that little group of just three or four MOMS as now into. We had eighty kids. Up last fall and You know it really helped. Start something in our community. And even we started doing field trips in just different things like that and those. MOMS really have been the ones who have helped me continue to home school. They're the ones you know that we call each other. We hold each other accountable. They're the people who helped. Encourage us courage each other. When we're having those hard days in that community feel there's community relationships I. Think are so important in the home school community in too often times we don't realize. How important they are yeah, and it is so very important to have those relationships, and even you know it's fun to see like field trips going on, and and just being able to do life together I know that where we are. In Georgia right now. There's a great community of homeschool families who who'd do things together. You know and it kind of. The the younger kids do things together. They've got a high school kind of section of the group that does things together but even simple things like one of the groups a while back. They had a I. Forget what they call it, but like a curriculum I know display group not to sell your curriculum, but they said everyone bring your favorite curriculum. We're GONNA. GonNa meet at the park. Let the kids play and then be able to look at what other people are doing and then we got to. You know what we weren't there to sell anything or do anything it was just you know there's always the question every year of what you do for history. What do you do for science? What do you do for language arts? And so it was so great to be able to go and just say Oh you use you know this w. what do you think of it? I've never used this? I was thinking about this, and you get to open it and feel and talk to the mom who used this year. doing things like that. You know you know we. We have another Our big support group does a curriculum sale, and so we couple of weeks ago, we actually had this huge book sale where everyone went and sold their used curriculum or stuff that they weren't using anymore and I got some amazing deals as a matter of fact I have to tell you I was so excited I felt like I had won the lottery. There's a free table there at people just don't want to worry about deal about selling it. They just want to. Get it off. Their hands and someone had an entire box set of McAfee readers. I St- for free and I was so excited about these I brought him home, and we watch little house on the prairie from time to time. You know it's just one of those fun. Little shows and secretly I want to be. Laura Ingalls Wilder. Who Go I. Do want interest like Mary Kerry Kerrey Laura Right Right yes yes. Yes, I do want to have electric. But sometimes I want the simple life. I don't want to have to bathe in a in a tub either You know that to us by everyone in the family, but you know anyway. For those who have not read the Little House series. You must read it because it's amazing but anyway it was just so exciting to get those books. And then we came home, and I gave them to my daughter and my nine year old, and she was like these are the ones the US on little house on the prairie and. Laura Ingalls Wilder actually read when she was a kid, and so she started reading, and she thought it was.
"laura ingalls" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"I mean. It's all very eighties. It's not my favorite genre. I love the medley during hungry is talking about the part the music right when it goes into the chorus and the background singers. Join Eric Carmen. Right the way they hungry. That's there's a genius there. Oh I never analyzed that. Do you ever listen like I? When we did grease on the PODCAST. I became obsessed with. You're the one that I want and listening to it over and over and over and over again because it's like a a an incredibly brilliantly constructed piece of Pop music and once you fall into that rob hall. It's for me. It's very hard to because at the date rape one. I can't remember what's the one that song does. Did she put up a fight? Yeah no it's not. It's not that but but as we talked about it on the podcast that is there is a lot of rape. E weirdness and Greece. Watch it now sure. That was what they did back then. What EVERYBODY SAYS. But it's like it was raining complain like this movie isn't really that way except for Robbie who's like just this jerk Thorough Med school guy. Or whatever the hell is supposed to be right. Oh but hungry is the medley as wonderful because it really shows her transformation from the innocent you know Klutz to this can like figuring out her own womanhood and I think that's the the pink tank top moment right. Oh really is that no no maybe not jazz your song. I think just sort of like a dancer. Song guys is like when they're practicing together right it. It's pretty great. Also I mean again I mean conceivably. She could have like gotten a lift from the shuttle to the town to pick up some dance clothes. That were required okay. You know WHO's leotards is. She wearing didn't happen. That's some of your annaborough woman. You don't know nearly in many scenes wearing fond dance class but does the catskills. I'm sure they're just has that stuff. Line dance classes. Yeah who yeah. Have you ever gone to a place like this? That has all these like programmed activities. This is like my idea of the worst vacation schedule. I hate that Stein. Any kind of performance thing like when I when we take our daughter to Disney theme restaurants. I get extremely interior and withdrawn. Because I can't play along I can't just find the fun to play along. I was like Oh God the over. Someone's going to interact with me. You've character so right because I- Improv with grumpy. We went to find that so heartbreaking because they can't talk back there does not in their hat and Amanda always turned acting. That's acting life. That's the life of an actor right. You know yeah in fact I think Both swayze and Cindy Rosenberg. They both did some time in the theme park world theme park. Yeah Okay like dancing in theme park shows. I actually went to okay so the that thing I did the Disney dinner with characters recently. Yes that Oh wait in your weird non trip to Disney was that that was so mad. I didn't understand what was going on. I know so we went to Orlando no but we didn't want to go to Disney because it was too expensive. It's it's seven grand and we didn't. We didn't mean to seven grand to go to Disney. I three large tickets day. Maybe a hundred and fifty bucks a piece right. We just dropped. He's really Anti Corporation and just anti-disney he's never been and I love. I do love Disney so I agreed will wait until she's older and she can walk. Sure out at four five three. Yeah so we did do dinner with characters and then we jokingly we went to an arcade and we said this is Disney like this messing with her and she did it for the social media. Clap Shit sure Michigan. They're like here's Epcot. Might as well be yeah. Don't waste your money but we do the character dinner and that was. I love that reminders. Doing Banter with the character frumpy came over and I was like watch out in the woods. Grumpy we hear. There's some poison out that I would have to get up from the table and walk away. I would. I would be so uncomfortable. It rule. It's hard because they don't answer back there and go and shrug and then I had to keep up the banter and definitely was accorded one at Disney. Where the Princess's come around and they do talk. Yeah and heartbreakingly and our daughter is very shy about that type of thing and it's Aria and but this one time we were at the lunch or dinner and aerial came by my daughter was concerned. This was Ariel Ariel And through her shyness. She said you're my favorite. Your heart just cracks open. You know how much it meant so much to her to say. You're my favorite and the one player I said you're my favorite to take. You know what I'm sending Robbie over later that's so funny. You have an anti-corporate that's going to be tougher for every does not want to spend money. Bro Seriously. Why that's great. That's great I mean you have to learn. When do you kid- her budget was for wedding? Five hundred dollars. No more than that. I mean like one hundred people. It was like five grand. Wow that's impressive. It was like that. I don't really have a problem with because you know it's not really needed to spend it also. Sounds like I probably wouldn't have to be at the wedding for more than like an hour. Well we had a lot of barbecue. It was great but yeah let me tell you to. I went to a theater camp in the catskills. You did. It reminded me of the the. There's a lot of nostalgia there for me. Stagedoor manor is the name of it. Oh of course Jerry. I saved up babysitting money for three weeks. And did you kill it there? I did do really well there. I started off. No one knew me and I didn't get big parts but by the end I remember them being like we should have given you this part. I'm laying right and then I'm like next summer bitches you'd be really good stage actor. I loved that's what I wanted to do theatre well. Why don't you do that now? Because I've mom guilt but I was theater major when you're away for. I work all day and then go under rehearsal. True Do Someday. She should be a trunk. Baby like Jennifer. Gray was oh. That's JOL yeah. He's taking around. She was like on the set of cabaret. Probably I bet you know. Watching wasted teaches a kid a certain thing. I wish right certain Showbiz. You know yeah. I got a bucket list someday. I think you'd be really good stage. I Love Theater. Yeah that was my goal regional theater at all I wanted to do. Let's move onto your latchkey. Tv selection so right these are some of the shows that were important to you. Growing up yes. A Wide Swath of interesting shows here. I don't think anyone has chosen your first one little house on the prairie. That was kind of the only one I could that. That is the strongest obsessed obsessed obsessed. Okay what was it that you're obsessed with a light? Play the theme here for you. I know the hill. Yes you can narrate this. Because we'll play this and talk over the carriage on the top of the hill with the wildflowers. Running down the hill and tripping and falling. I missed this show as a kid. Dude let remember her Michael Landon. He's a good looking man. Yes trashy I don't Remember Carolina now. That's not her caroline's Ma Ma Carolina's her name. But I don't know on these three Kids Melissa Gilbert yet Sarah Something Melissa Sue Anderson. She goes blind refusing to Melissa's I wouldn't have cast them and carry. Her name is Karen. That wasn't a plan moment when she felt like that in no not at all get up and run Lindsay Shannon dougherty was in she was there was a lot of famous people. Shannon deller. Yeah wasn't in the early sixties. No no no. No no this really well. Nineteen seventy four or was it. Maybe I watch reruns then I was on. I mean I watched it in the eighty s and my family hated it. I would come home. They'd be they'd here at night. They'd be like you're watching it again. I loved it. Nobody else did and that and I'd watch wizard of Oz on the VHS. Tape a lot obsessed with. Judy Garland a lot like a lot on once a week. Couple Times songs or I didn't even like the songs. Oh No just love the whole gone to another land okay and on Little House on. The prairie was identification with one of the girls. Laura for sure Laura Ingalls Laura Ingalls with the braids and your hair that way. No I had short hair. Look like a boy. Did you have here by choice? No my mom did it and I didn't have Julian. You're the third. We're not getting into be doing hair every morning. That times over so short hair is a green. Look for you. You can pull it off Yeah Laura just the being PAS favorite. I was always dad's favorites. I just loved their era. Okay think I read the books? Yeah that was a good one. It seems like a show where like emotions happened to a lot of our trial there. Like bad moments like sadness. Life was tough on. The pro-life was really tough on the prairie and I remember the one where she escaped to find gold and she got lost and killed herself or something took her braids out. That was a big one. Did you experience these things very dramatically as a theatrically inclined? You know. I just enjoyed it? I don't know if I got real super invested so you're like dancing around the high prairie and I acted out I would make sauce and stir it like a pilgrim would cause making sauce Marinara Ragu. Pilgrim's making a soup now. I put brand new in a pot and stirred at like mob Paul. You're ready for the Spaghetti. What is your favorite dish cinnamon chicken? Did you hear that? Nellie will it's only specialty..
Emily Dickinson's Gardening Life, Marta McDowell
"Emily Dickinson was a gardener. She was also an iconic poet. And and this week we enjoy a conversation. With Garden Writer Marta McDowell to hear more about how the two callings intermingled in the life of emily only Dickinson. Welcome Marta arm so happy to be back Jennifer. I also happy to have you. I will note that this makes you the all all time. Most interviewed person on cultivating place. Marta so we should have like a drum roll. Happy to have Marta back back. So I have given you a little bit of an introduction but remind listeners and tell new listeners of whom there are a great many a little a bit about your own current practice in what you do as a writer what you do as a gardener of course while I consider myself self a garden writer and really I do a lot of things that you can append the word garden too you so I teach about gardening. I lecture about gardening. I they do some consulting on gardening and I very much garden myself as well and tell tell us just a tiny bit about your current garden and partly why I want you to describe this for listeners is that it bears the beautiful traces traces in threads and clues of almost all the books you have worked on which I think you like to describe as being at the sort of intersection of the pen and the Trowel trowel. Yes so the reason my garden is overcrowded. Just definitely read too much and so when I read about a an author who likes to garden I want to grow. Grow what they grew it. It's like a little link through time as if I could reach out I- fingers and touch them. I'm in a way that is not the into page which you know we so often encounter a writer through the printed page but actually through this medium medium of plant yeah give us an illustration of how this has worked for you. So and I I say this again to just illustrate this wonderful crossover that you include in all the books that I have read of yours. which is sort of how to have a garden in like this person would have had a garden and this was true in the Laura Ingalls Wilder Book and this is definitely true in the Emily Dickinson Book? And I believe it was true in terms of at least plant lists in all the president's gardens as well. Yes I seem to like to count. Things are always very long-planned implant list. must be some like personality type but my garden is. Let's see it's a garden of about a half an acre occurred. It is in a suburban neighborhood. My house is not new. It was built in nineteen twenty nine. Which means it's approaching one hundred years old? It sits on the front of the property so in the front. I have only only things that aren't lawn in the back. I have a tiny so-called lawn although most people who who look at it probably wouldn't call it that and I have many trees my one little patch of son I have flowers ars and herbs and then I have a woodland garden in the back and I think that's the one. Interestingly that Emily Dickenson has influenced the most because she did do a lot of wildflower collecting in wildflower walks and so in her home in her letters there so many wildflowers and she's she's from Massachusetts. I live in New Jersey. You know basically. That's a little colder where she is but I can grow most of the things that she would have found and in the woods around amherst Massachusetts so things like blood route. You know what a what a great emily Dickenson glanced right. Yeah you know You know just so many of those little spring ephemeral the things that bloom in in the spring and then completely disappear at least in my garden by the end of the summer. And then don't pop up again until next spring Burton. Yeah so you've been a gardener far longer than you've been a garden writer and you've been garden writer for a very long time now. How did one become the other and tell us about emily? Dickinson's role in that. So the the minute I had a little patch patch of earth which was round. I duNNo. Let's say nineteen eighty. I started to garden and started to just WanNa grow growth things in in a way. It didn't matter what the thing was. I just really discovered this connection to the soil and and Emily Dickinson happened entirely by accident. It was when I was in a completely different life I was. I had a job in corporate America. I would go on these trips from Lil. You know the head office in New Jersey and go out to visit insurance agencies at in this case ace and I was going across Massachusetts visiting agencies and I had a spare afternoon and I I literally told off into a higher a rest area and stared at the brochure wreck. Can you picture that yes again right. And so there was the thing for the Emily Dickinson Concerned Museum and I thought Oh hit studied Emily Dickinson you know. Let me go up to the museum and so I called. I'm sure on the pay phone and and said can I still make it. And she said Yes yes come and I found out that day Emily Dickinson had been a gardener and the door opened opened for me. I'm I suppose was poetry. It was like you know two roads diverged in the Ray Right right and so I just I. I absolutely became obsessed with Emily Dickinson and her gardening interests. And so that was a round nineteen eighteen ninety eight Two years later I I left my corporate job. I published an article about Emily Dickinson. I you know I just. I took another track. I started studying gardening. You know more seriously and you know kind of building up. I don't know and then you know I published a book in two thousand five and two thousand ten. I worked with the New York Botanical Garden on a big shows. You would think I had planned it right but I did just happen. It just happened. And and somehow the universe the collective consciousness the the seeds dormant in your own soul Found you took took you and grew you along this path and it was It has taken several kind of guises since then But Emily Dickinson was definitely the start. And when you say you published a book in two thousand five. That was your first book on Emily Dickinson. The first edition of this book is that correct. Yes and that was my first book about gardening and the same likewise with the big exhibit at The New York Botanic Tena Gardens. That was all sort of botanic garden exhibition about Emily Dickinson her gardening life and her gardening hardening motivation as well. Correct yes and I should say you know. This is the value of going to a museum right right. You know it's like you may not think anything in particular about a museum but you know it really something can touch you. And I've stayed involved with the museum really from the start. So that's been a continuous thread.
"laura ingalls" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"laura ingalls" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Link a California girl went on to great success as an actress in Hong Kong. Joining us to talk about the Chinese Chinese American Immigration of the Twentieth Century Is Charlotte Brooks a professor at Baruch College and author of American Exodus. Hi Charlotte Hiran. Why did Chinese Americans leave the United States in the early twentieth century? Well it is sort of a flip of what we assume was the normal pattern where European repeat immigrants were pouring into the United States by the millions looking for upward mobility and security and economic stability Chinese Americans. At this point in the people I wrote about they were American born people they had. US citizenship but their parents who were by enlarge merchants. They couldn't become come. US citizens they had come to the United States as one of the few groups that could still immigrated from China under the Chinese Exclusion Act. These merchants came Seeking the same thing. The Europeans sought economic stability and success but their children born in the United States faced racism in so many areas of their. They're life they couldn't live where they wanted to live. They couldn't get jobs. Outside of a very narrow economic niche economy of restaurants and hand laundries and souvenir stores they face downward mobility in American society. So many of them began to consider taking their skills especially to those who had been educated in American universities to China which after the turn of the century was seeking such people to try to modernize build infrastructure and develop by more modern economic sector. So how many people are we talking about. You know it's A. It's a difficult number to trace over time I've used a mix of immigration statistics and All kinds of documentation in the about nineteen hundred to nineteen sixteen. We're talking about five thousand dozen people which doesn't sound like much but it was about a quarter of the Chinese American citizen population which is actually if you think about that. Proportion is extraordinary Later on after about nineteen nineteen another five thousand to nine thousand emigrated which was about half of the actual native born Chinese American population. So some of these people were generations removed from China. How some of these people fair in a country they'd never or lived in before you know there were two groups of immigrants that I profiled One group I call the modernizers because they took their American educations ends and they went all over China in the first years of their immigration. And they go to of notice and they had a great deal of prestige and so for them although they were culturally They were often struggling to the language. Many of them spoke the dialect of the south but the prestige and wealth that they gained was a compensation there was another group a lot of people who went to the south with their parents at networks. They were merchants and students and for the students. Since this was a real struggle they were put in village schools. They didn't really speak the language they struggled. And eventually this infrastructure developed of special schools for Cheney's Americans and other ethnic Chinese from overseas to come to sell China and studying these special schools where they often studied in English in in the second wave of emigrants by the nineteen twenties and especially by the thirties. You have large numbers of people coming from the United States to China to study at universities in China where the medium of instruction was English which is not really what we assume happens? It was a really a kind of a way to accommodate this group of people. This kind of hybrid in between society that developed on China's coast on. I remember when I was when I was ten. My family moved from Houston to India and we just took like crazy amounts of like you know better home and garden back issues. Laura Ingalls Wilder Little House on the payroll these books and we kind of obsessed with these things when we lived there we we we were taken away did did many of these immigrants bring the American culture with them overseas. You know it's funny South China because there had been so many immigration flows over the years actually had this sort of market get in for an American products and Hong Kong. Certainly did in Shanghai certainly did a lot of Chinese Americans went to Shanghai worked on an English language. Language paper that was owned by Chinese modeled off of American publications and so you have the sort of hybrid culture that developed around these people and eventually other Chinese have studied abroad I it's it's quite distinct from other Chinese cultures. That are you know developed in post revolution. China China one thousand nine hundred. Nineteen tents did this pattern of immigration have any impact on U S Chinese relations at the time yet became a real sticking point It varies various times and one reason was that foreigners in China especially Europeans Americans and Japanese had the special status that they had really wrenched away from a success of Chinese governments with a series of unequal treaties That there were places in China that were actually controlled by seeded the two western powers. Most people don't know that parts of Shanghai were governed policed by some the Shanghai Municipal Council which was foreign controlled old There is something called extraterritoriality. meaning that if you're from a foreign country that had the particular kind of agreement with China if you committed you did a crime on Chinese soil. You couldn't be tried in a Chinese court. You tried in your own nations courts which is kind of an extraordinary thing but what this meant up for. Chinese Americans was that the series of Chinese governments claimed that Chinese Americans were Chinese citizens and the US government was supposed to protect you. And you were supposed to have extra territoriality which four canny Chinese Americans could be a real opportunity. You could apply for jobs that were only open the Chinese citizens but if you've gotten to scrape you could clay extraterritoriality And there was a lot of wrangling. But there's also such deep racism in the State Eight Department at this point that by nineteen twenty five twenty six the US government simply washed. Its hands of China's America's and said while they're in China we will not not protect them many of them end up returning to the US. My right yeah. Most most that I've followed so that return might suggest somewhat hopefully believe that the US actually solved a problem of its own making but is it fair to say that what really happened was war. The beginning of World War Two in Asia you had had a massive outflow of Chinese Americans. They did not actually follow the nationals government inland when it retreated in the face of Japanese advance and in a sense they voted with their feet. This wasn't about loyalty to anybody. It wasn't they weren't loyal but it was about safety security and going someplace where there was enough food safety so in nineteen forty six. You see something like two thousand Chinese Americans pouring out of south China And of course after World War Two things did change for Chinese Americans. You know not quickly enough. The Chinese exclusion after it was finally repealed in nineteen forty three and because of labor needs needs and military needs. Chinese Americans were able to get jobs. that they had never gotten before And that made an impact on Chinese American citizens who are living in China when they see Chinese Americans wearing the uniform of the United States being treated with respect in positions that before the war would have been impossible so when they have to make a choice in forty five forty six hundred and the communist took over the mainland many of them make the choice to return. Charlie Brooks is a professor at Baruch College and author of American Exodus. Charlotte thank you so I think that's our show for today. Thanks so much for listening. I'm a ruined vinegar. Paul in for Tanzania Vega. 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"laura ingalls" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I heart radio app but my KFI reporter Laura Ingalls currently fox news reporter joins us on the line and one of my dearest friends in the whole wide world Laura good morning good morning John nice settle you down right well that's funny I said am I ever gonna be able to color lord this morning actually wrote your name out I thought have we call either by our first names in twenty years right so quick back story Lauren I actually met in nineteen ninety seven when we were working for a station in Sacramento and up both of us at that time very new very green reporters worked there for a few years together what were there like three years then Laura gets a big break comes down here to KFI I get my big break go to San Francisco and all of a sudden shortly after that boom both of us are calling each other going oh my god we're going to September eleventh we're going to the attacks it was a crazy thing how do you get there by the way. well it was it was quite an Odyssey because Chris little our news director the new director is still there and he called me and said I don't care what you're doing get a bad to get to the airport of course at that point we knew you know that the airports were starting to close and we just tried every single day I went to downtown LA to do reporting that day because I could get on a plane and every single day there after I went to the studios and and create town and we would try to get on a flight and every day we could get on and then one day I remember Chris coming out of the at his office in the newsroom and said who can get Laura to Las Vegas right now that they've just opened up the first one of the first flight and we can get on it and so I had a producer we drove very fast to Vegas and I got on a plane with an entire plane full of stranded new Yorkers who wore stock on the west coast that was you know a very. difficult experience to be on the plane with them because once we got into the New York area and it was an overnight flight we lifted up the windows and all you could do with this was the smells and the entire plane just you can hear the gasp and you could feel the emotion and the tears started and every single aisle and I went to New York for the first time I'd ever been to New York City and I came with two tape decks you remember around yeah yes I came into debt tape decks and on a backpack full of equipment to get a five on the from the hotel and I remember sitting in my plane seat and I hit record play and I never stopped rolling and I wrote the entire time that we were there yeah I think I I ended up going on a bus they sent me that. it was crazy four and a half days on a bus across the country but talking about the strain a new Yorkers I sat next to a woman who worked on Wall Street and as we were getting back no I'm sorry she worked at the one of buildings near I guess near the twin towers and I don't got closer and closer she started being able to contact family members that she had been able to get a hold of before and I'll never forget crossing the bridge going into New York City and seeing that same cloud of smoke that you're talking about and was crying everybody on the bus had a reaction that Kreider they gasp did they whatever it was you couldn't believe it until you got there and then the smell of being down there at ground zero was just something I'll never forget I can still I mean we can all still small and you know I it even anywhere across the country I think everybody knows somebody who was it who either perished or know somebody who did and everybody here certainly has a story and if you would have told me eighteen years ago that I'd be living in New York after being there for the first time on that week and I I felt like I was in the twilight zone I remember walking out of the subway and and coming up to ground level and and it was it was crazy it was it was dusty there were military members of the military tanks and a cargo truck and you know assault rifles and helmets and you're like where am I what it you know it just it was just such a unique devastating experience obviously but it just just to experience to your for the very first time that way and then you didn't even have to really speak out I need to go find a story. your kept your tape deck rolling and talk to anybody that would talk to you and and most people did it was like a a group therapy session on the largest scale you can imagine of everybody walking around the people with member when we went down with everybody walking around their pictures have used as my family member and the tears and bringing the two questions down over to the river where they had set up makeshift area where they were bringing people ask asking them to bring stuff from their home that they can get some DNA samples that they could try to start identifying people which of course took so long and for obvious reasons it was just a surreal experience and and every the temporal events we wake up and we relive those memories as a as a nation and and on a personal level of where we were that day how we experienced that and how it has stayed with us forever yeah and I think it's exactly those stories there was a story of a mom and it was as we were going into the area where the media could get in see you around ground zero and it was a mom who handed me a picture of her daughter who was missing and she said she's crying and she said please find my daughter you can get in there please find her and you knew I mean this was days later but I knew that her daughter was dead but it was stories like that it was a woman I was in a coffee shop and there was a woman who was sitting there very nicely dressed woman kinda looks almost like she was going to an office job and as I walked in she had a little box and she handed me a pen of like a safety pin with beads on it that made an American flag we're going to cover the story is going to the different on firefighters at the different fire stations where most of the entire crew had been killed and having to interview those firefighters and watching them relive the memories in their minds if you could just see it in their eyes with they were going through right then I mean it's it's things that you you can't forget even if you wanted to you know what I remember I was trying to before I got on the radio with you I was thinking of you know what what sticks out to me other than white I think one of my biggest memory just coming out of Canal Street and. and seeing the military you know everywhere now and now that the daily part of our lives living in New York City I I commute I go through Penn station and every morning I come up the escalator and I've got several different agencies with A. K. A. K. forty sevens and whatever there and holding but they everybody here is military now so it's just become a part of our daily life that was one of the biggest memories that I have from that day but also I somehow and you know how this works especially the radio radio is awesome first on so many levels because it's not the you can quote get away with stuff but we don't have a camera you can kind of bother we then get in between cars and people talk to you more often with the radio Mike as opposed to having a camera in your face and so as we were getting closer to the ground zero area are like somehow made it past a barricade I wasn't supposed to be passed and I was watching the search dogs they had set up a base set up these pool and they had and I was rolling on that as well that was a one of my pieces for KFI and they were taking the dog that we're going in the capitanes going into the search and they had the dogs were getting so confused with the amount of what the amount of debris that was on their pause as if they were taking the dogs and they were dipping them into these bass because they had to get the matter off of their little paws and get them cleaned off they could go back again and so it was like this assembly line of of you know little pools that they had dipping the dot getting them ready to go in and out and in and out and I was standing I got kicked out of that particular area when he realized the been there but it was again another memory of just watching how the operation worked and of course we've all watched for so many years you know at the people talking about what it was like being in the pile and how long people were down there and now today fast forward eighteen years the beautiful reflecting pools at the footprints of the towers and I always tell people who come here and visit what should we do well you should you know hit the show go to the. restaurant but you've got to go down you've got to go downtown I feel like it's your duty to go down there and take a minute and remember absolutely and you do you remember it there was a beautiful cathedral across the street from the twin towers is that the twin towers blew up everything around them ways broken windows you know blown out things but they but they were you know some of the best the buildings were even down in some of the places sorry I was that cathedral across the street that was untouched and for whatever reason for me that sort of miraculous standing building with the stained glass how it didn't blow up also send me something about like you know what we're gonna make it we're gonna make it through this and it was just such a it all of that debris and all of that rubble and all of that sadness that one standing building was sort of like a little beacon of hope and all of that. all chapel and as they call it the little church that stood yes yes and if it's over two hundred fifty years old and you know that that is best known by residents as New York city's little church that stood so people know that people visit at as you know not a not a tourist attraction but somewhere to go and pay respect yeah and see what happened and and so many of us who were down there and know that I mean look we didn't we weren't there that day we went there even a couple of days it took us both several days to get into position you know it at the end but people will tell you one of the other startling and and very hard things to even fathom is how all of the medical teams had you know came out and were standing there with gurneys and we're waiting for people to calm yeah and they never came yeah it was still talk about that today well to this day my friend I am so grateful that you were there because at night Lauren I would we went there was them for whatever reason our hotels were just down the street from each other and there was an Italian restaurants like right in the middle and we would kind of go there and decompress at night and we would just order dinner have a glass of wine and just talk about our day you had to get it out and and that the the fact it was all so surreal you almost needed to talk to somebody who was going through the same thing because you thought nobody is going to believe this nobody right I couldn't convey this to somebody who's not here witnessing this crazy bizarre apocalyptic thing that I'm in the middle of right it was it was so I was thankful for you being there as well and even calling back to KFI and okay what kind of phone do you have what shows are we going to do and you know talking with Chris little and Michael Clarke and everybody at the time talking about what shows were going to be doing with John and Ken and bill Handel and and I'm so grateful for the time to be able to that's what the great about talk radio if you can just let it roll let's ride and can just talk and talk and play the sound that you have these amazing interviews but you know you could the the smell. the air that people still talk about today that everybody can remember at the that plastic the electrical burning and that did tend the secondary small the came after you needed it was a group therapy session for anybody to have somebody here to talk to and it was hard to convey that and I don't know I don't know what you did with your family I don't remember but I I remember I didn't tell anybody I I just I didn't tell my family I was going because I knew how hard that was gonna be two point in New York so I just kind of a limited that until about a week later and I was ready to leave I said by the way I'm here. I told my parents but we talked on a daily basis and it would have been worse if they thought you know what you mean now we can't get a hold of her eyes so I did I told them right away but it was just.
"laura ingalls" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"laura ingalls" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Skyline studio hanging out with John tasty. You can follow him on Twitter at John Katie T, E T, I listened to the podcast pop. Mom, we're of course, getting some calls and texts about the the Laura Ingalls towns that is walnut grove that was where they lived. And that was the town that's kind of the hub for the community. But they would go to Mankato Minnesota for at least in the series, and in the books to mankato's one of the towns that they actually lived all over they were in Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, there's a lot of properties all over the country that they lay claim to lure Ingles. Family lived here. Well, the big woods wasn't. Okay. Let's not go down this path of I I could do this all day. There are a lot of books out there and a lot of websites. People do like road trips following the trail of the of the Ingalls family. See look this family did like a they did a podcast about traveling great idea that. So we have a list of we would we were talking about game shows and John teddy is our game show expert. It's surprised you that we will give you that label. Does it? I love it. I embrace it. There you go. Leonard has a question. Hey, leonard. How are you doing tonight? Good. Did you wanna say? For john. I read that test. You're lucky. Might be coming back on a revival that that's right. I haven't seen any news about who the hosts are, but yes card sharks and press. Your luck will be returning. They're going to be on ABC, which Leonard I don't know if you have watched over the past few years, but they've revived here amid and match game to tell the truth wasn't so hot but match game at pyramid were pretty good. And they're really not out of the park with these game shows. So I'm excited Leonard, which one are you more excited about.
"laura ingalls" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin
"Which I it took me a long time to figure out why people were doing that. And I realized that it was because they're trying to say, you know, now, I want you to know me. I feel like I know you it's interesting Laura Ingalls wilder wrote of her books. I told the truth, but not the whole truth. Yeah. Exactly. It doesn't all belong. It doesn't go in. Or I think it was anti Dillard who went said something like you don't get credit for living. Right. They here's an interesting question that I have wondered myself Carol s why was the dress on the book cover? I kept thinking there would be a mention of a special dress. But then there wasn't. So that dress was actually my dress big. It was a great story. When my last book hourglass had just come out of those on book tour and this fabric artist named Diana way. Mar came up to me, and she said, do you have an article of clothing that I could make something out of. And I immediately thought about that little dress because I was early in the throes of my discovery that eventually became inheritance. I was thinking a lot about myself as a little girl and everything that I didn't know and that was a dress that I wore as a flower girl cousins wedding. And it wasn't like in mothballs or anything. It was like lying in my basement. And it'll be high. I wish Gretchen if it were you would probably would be very well preserved and take it would have been gone garlicky actually mine was like it was like sitting next to sort of defunct wine cellar. So I remembered the dress, and I sent it to her, and as she started working on it to make her art out of it. She started sending me pictures of the dress on her life box on when it came time to design a cover. And there was somebody else recovers that weren't really working. And I remembered the little dress, and I had all of these images was pure accident. And then the art director at my publisher, whose brilliant because the dress was actually ice blue. Oh, she took the dress and made it into that sort of like flesh tone pinky color, because we think of the, yeah, if you think of it as ice blue, it would look like a disturbing story or a ghost story. And instead just this kind of I tiled hood childhood. Exactly. Oh, that's beautiful. That is a great story. Danny Stephanie has an interesting question. She says does Danny think that one of the reasons her bio family was so welcoming is because she is very accomplished to ever get the impression that if she were a factory worker. Or a sales clerk they may not have been so open to meeting I asked because there's a lot of emphasis in the book on writing emails in a way that is non offensive direct, but polite and had she written him with emojis and bad spelling and not as compelling a background if they would have dismissed her outright. That's a great question. And it's a tough question. I mean, I actually think that might being accomplished as a writer was initially detrimental. She knew they must've known right away. This could be a book well in my initial note to my biological father. It was a pretty brief note. But I wrote I included my website, and I include my website, honestly. So that he would see that I was relatively successful in that had a family of my own and that I probably didn't want anything from him. But at the same time what I didn't really consider that. If you looked at my website on the homepage. And I thought oh he'll see a picture of meals. See how much like him. I look. Yeah. But there was also a picture of me with Oprah with her arm around me, and that's not a plus in that situation. I mean, I really think he thought this woman is going to like knock on my door. And I'm going to open it, and there's gonna go Oprah and a camera crew we thought of that, of course, and he's a very private person..
"laura ingalls" Discussed on The Fandom Podcast
"We we have we have infinite potential as human beings is my personal opinion. And if we don't stretch it, and we don't use the things that we love to help a stretch that to our potential then we than than we're using a wrong. So all right. Let's do one lightning round with each of us with the fandom that we think is overlooked Nick lightning round lightning fast. I would say theater and musicals musical soft and looked down upon I think that it's less so now than it used to be, but yeah, especially when I was growing up in like, I had interest in it in and maybe it's just because it's junior high and high school and people are like I'm putting you on a Bach people at their worst at that time, right literally junior high. We've talked about this Brandon and high school is. The worst time and some of the most important time in your life. Right. And so yeah, you would never believe the kinds of comments that I got for quitting the basketball team. So that I could do the school musical and because king and Iraq that did you? No that was that one was the year after the king. And I that one always tells me that you're the when I was when I was when I was eighth grade. I played the king and the king, and I and I think it's because I was the tallest Asian kid. They're clear to Asian kids applied one shorter that everyone did you shave your head. I think you know, I didn't I tried really hard knitted. No, I tried. I tried my mom, my mom told me. No. And so I took my picture airbrushed the hair off of it. And I said mom, look, I wouldn't look too bad my mom's ugly, and this is your mother saying that. Your mother said you were hideous. It must've been so bad. You might have just not done a very good airbrush job on it. You need to be a better artist that way, you could have shaved your. It was fourteen year old me with paint shop pro. So, you know, that's really funny anyway. Yeah. That's just a quick. Yeah. Okay. So musicals Taylor. How about you? I'm gonna go with little house on the prairie. Be real diverse in my shootings of keeping up with the Kardashians and little house on the prairie. Well, you know, what I'm going to be a on that then dressing. That's I'm definitely be. I do not REM I remember watching that show. But I do not remember I lost all the time with my with. My sister is a big big show growing up. But I just remember guy with the fro it was really cool. And he was also on another angel show or something. Yeah. I own every season of little house on the prairie. And I think I wanna say from ages probably like ten to twelve I was extremely obsessed with little house in the prairie. See it was on like twice a day ABS when I was a kid. Yeah. Watch it that way. And then Finally I started saving money and buying the seasons. That's what ours for and my parents would make fun of me. So everyone in my family would make fun of how much I have very I had the little house on the prairie books. A little house on the Ozark books. I actually went when I was bef-. How old was I was eleven years old. I went to the Laura Ingalls Wilders home the historic museum in Mansfield zuri fill very jealous. Yeah. You should. But. Yeah. So I I have not only seen every episode of keeping up with the Kardashians. But also every episode of little house on the prairie multiple times. See I didn't like the later seasons. Weird when they started getting there's some there's some strengths and weaknesses. But I think it's very under looked and I also especially being like twelve and even when I got into like thirteen or fourteen definitely felt ashamed to say that I loved little house in the prairie is. So. I can't have because it's on TV all the time and teaches a moral lesson. Right. It's the best. I love it. It's old. It's old. We need new ideas. Now, I just wanna like only little house only something has value. If it's new or different..
"laura ingalls" Discussed on The Virtual Couch
"There's a woman so I've run this western states, endurance, run this hundred mile run from squad valley down to Auburn, California. Which is close to where I live been fortunate to do that when three times some people call it the Super Bowl of hundred mile runs that sort of thing. And there was a woman a couple years ago that finished at the age of sixty nine that's right, one hundred mile trail run, and it was one of the most incredible things I've ever seen in my brain cannot pull her name right now and see how that works because I told the story many many times, so I'll try to link that in my bio are not in the bio and the show notes, but but that's an amazing story. But the this this is a woman named Gladys Baril. Gladys real is incredible. She had been an aircraft pilot mountain climber. Hiker horseback rider. But that is not what she is known for Gladys ran her first marathon when she was eighty six years old, and then she became famous after completing the Honolulu marathon at the age of ninety two. Yes. Ninety two years old. No, she did not win it. She did not run it and under three hours or anything like that took her nine hours fifty three minutes. She power walks. She jogged all throughout but she reached finish line ninety two. That was. Yeah. Ninety two years old is when she completed the Honolulu marathon, so a couple of others, Laura Ingalls wilder thought this was pretty fascinating forty three hundred dollar rose incursion write a memoir about her childhood. And I attempt at writing autobiography was rejected several times. So she spent the next several years improving it and publishers agreed to publish her work inform of fictional story for young children. She was sixty five years old when little house in the big woods was published and she wrote her other little house series, including the last one that came out at the age of seventy six and Ray, Kroc, you know, that name Ray, Kroc media after volunteer indoor World War One Ray. Minutes career, selling paper cups, and they'll shake machines. And they went on to California to meet the restaurant owners who needed as milkshake machines. I think this was if you've seen the movie founder with Michael Keaton, they covered this that he was amazed and simplified at he was amazed by simplified smooth production of their processes, and so he purchased the company joined forces with the owners of the fifty three percent, the company fifty nine and then went on to do a bunch of franchises known as McDonald's. So fifty nine hundred. This was interesting with all the superhero movies that are out ninety five years old Stanley was considered the godfather of marvel comics, but he didn't create his first comic Lewis thirty nine. And nearly forty Lee created the first fantastic four comic which later led him to creating Spiderman Black Panther, the X men and countless other legendary superheroes. Who now dominate the box office decades later and one of my clients told me about the movie about Julia child that I have not seen but she worked in advertising majority of her life. She didn't release her first cookbook until the age of fifty which catapulted her into stardom in Turner and do one of the original celebrity. Chefs and one thing I did not I found all kinds of Colonel Sanders. If you're already thinking about him, I found actually go.
"laura ingalls" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I don't know the guy played him. Michael Landon from little house on the prairie and later on cancer fame want when a young person. Well, he did cancer fame because he literally wasn't on the tonight show back when they had twenty million viewers like four months before he died, and he did this like interview. Like, hey, I'm feeling good. You know, and he did this whole thing. And then he he died. It was a weird thing. Yeah. Like he went on a weird. Like somehow, if he could convince people at home, he was okay. Then somehow he could convinces LS thanksgiving. I watched a whole little house on the prairie special. Like, they're they're like holiday movie special from way back when and own my God, if Laura Ingalls doesn't look exactly like Morgan Murphy. Oh, yeah. Insane. A comedian who we both adore in. Yeah. They do have a lot of that. I mean, why freckled? Sauce arrived. But there's a couple of things are happening. During the courses interview. I'm walking toward you. While you're retreating. I'm not pushing you. You're migrating backward. I didn't feel us moving at all. But we have moved to good for. And almost pinned against I'm going to step back this way, the hold the mic this way. Michael Landon was a bed wetter his mom would try to humiliate him much. Like your dad did with the splashing the water by taking his heart was in the right place hand within the fuck and sink. And that was the problem, and he's she would hang the sheet out of the window and let every off the balcony and let everyone know guests who just wet their bed last night. Although I don't feel like I could see a piece Dane if I'm driving down the street, and there's a sheet like drying, their laundry, I wouldn't be hey, kid, just wisdom self again. But either way they hung. Looks like the land and family are are giving in giving maybe that we got a Ruby Ridge Waco situation over here waving the white flag with bit of urine stain on it. So she would hang the sheet out the balcony. And then this as the story goes, Michael Landon would have to sprint home to get to it before his classmates and the rest of the school sought and thus became a decaf elite because he became kind of one of those force Gump things. I mean, he would have to run all the way home from school every day. And then one day turned into a great canceling board. Telling you, this story, just get to the the what the point of the whole story is which is we will work Haiti. Right. Oh, yeah. That's right. That's right. That's right. Why are we here tonight for all the bed weather's in Haiti? That's right. Th- right donate. Now. That's what I want to say donate now at WWW dot P, H dot org partners in health. That's right partners in health. That's why Sarah Sobers here and Sarah. You're going to go on stage and do what tonight do little stand up. It's a let's see Jeff Ross and then a big show from family guy a little intermission than Jeff who's emceeing will bring me out. I'll do fifteen minutes or so. And then it's always sunny in Philadelphia. We'll do show..
Plastic garbage patch: Medical tests 'inspired me to investigate'
"Control of his finances his family members had told the judge that he requires a legal guardian because he is in cognitive the cognitive decline the age eight year old was the second man to ever walk on the surface of the moon the us association for library service to children has removed the name of the children's author laura ingalls wilder from one of its awards because of racist language missing goes wilder wrote the hugely popular little house on the prairie books about her experiences as a pioneer in the american midwest in the late nineteenth century association said that said they had received complaints about the offers antiblack and anti native attitudes and it's a crucial day for argentina who one of the big teams and the football world cup in russia the two time world champions led by their star striker lionel messi need to beat nigeria in their final group game to have any chance of making it through to the knockout stages australia are also hoping to progress when they take on peru in the other matches franz face denmark and iceland are up against croatia v multo watch central time neil thank you now a team of scientists has set sail from hawaii to investigate the world's largest accumulation of marine plastic known as the great pacific garbage patch the expedition will carry out a range of scientific experiments on the phenomenon now said to be three times the size of france our environment correspondent matt mcgrath reports belugas scientific estimate of the size of the swirling mess of plastic known as the great pacific garbage patch says it sixteen times bigger than previously thought as well as the dangerous post to sea creatures who eat tiny fragments of this plastic soup scientists are also keen to find out about the toxic impact of chemicals in the plastic that emerge when they breakdown in sunlight and seawater british sailor emily penn says this is a key reason why she is leading an all woman team to capture samples of water and plastic from the garbage patch she says that plastics in the ocean produced hormone disrupting chemicals that pose significant dangerous to women endocrine disrupters they minute mines and stopped as important chemical messages save us.