18 Burst results for "Leslie Ann"
"leslie ann" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Have you ever heard the term before. I don't know if we just don't know the turnabout left luggage is a place where you can leave luggage short term. I yeah i wouldn't know anything either. And so the police got the ticket and they went and retrieved the suitcases when they went through the suitcase. They found everything to help them. Identify what myra and ian had done and who their victims were. Here's where i said member leslie. Ann would be different because they took all those photographs of her in their home so they found the photographs of her. And what's even worse. Amy is found a tape that e n and my remained recording her. It was so upsetting that most of the officers cried when they were listening to it. Apparently lesley cried out from her mother and prayed to god to help her on this. Sixteen minute tape. And here's what else it showed. Though then later was involved. Not only was she involved but she sadistic too and she enjoyed it. She's cruel and it shows it clearly that it's not just ian and she's the subdued one. She was an equal participant here. so that's why she was involved in the absolutely yes. She was involved. Police were also to match fingerprints or photographs. Tamara in ian from the suitcases. The photographs also helped because they had photographs at different parts in the moors and the police were like. They're taking photographs near their gravesites. So it was. They were able to help with locating and retrieving some of the victims. There were a lot of photos and they they start for miles and miles. You have to understand. The the land is very difficult and on one of the searches. They just didn't find anything you know for a long time. And then an officer went out to like relieve himself and wound up coming across a bone and when it was fully prodded it was determined to be small girl. It turned out to be leslie. So that's how they found her. Well now we're moving to you. Know ian and myra are arrested. And they go to trial when they went to trial and tried to protect myra he actually wrote to her. Giving her ideas for how to distance herself from the crimes but myra was more resolute that she and ian were both innocent so she was loyal to him prior to trial as well. This is a change to normally. What happens is someone turns on the other one. They did not turn each other. She refused to blame in to save herself and ian wouldn't turn either until much later. That is unfortunately. Her strategy failed in fact. Had she listened to him. I think she might have had a very different outcome. We've seen this happen before. Just talking about case in point karla homolka and paul bernardo carlos struck a deal she cooperated and she got twelve years whereas bernardo got life. He's up for pearl that he'll never get out. There's also a couple that i thought of though Craig titus kelly ryan have you ever heard of them. They murdered their assistant..
"leslie ann" Discussed on Ladies Room
"I kind of felt like a renegade my first couple of years in the business and it was always only when. We're playing basketball right. So i was used to that it felt like a natural environment me but i'm hoping that the next generation of women Coming into the business in each subsequent one you know has the legacy in front of them. And i think that your book and the first chapter of your book they thirty for thirty s let them our cows History of espn. W in the work. Some of the work that's been done there I i do think that you know. They're they're now are spaces invoices And we have our oral histories and we have our traditions and we have our hands there waiting to pull her women in. Yeah it's such a great point and you know the women featured in let them were towels. Whether it's lesley visser. Christine brennan. Claire smith melissa lead gear. Whoever the person is those have been the women that have embraced our generation with open arms. Have been like welcome. We're so glad you're here And so i feel that. I owe it to them to do that to the next generation. And it's been absolutely author andrew kramer in there too. It is absolutely nancy armor. It's absolutely ben them leading by example. That has got me to where i am today. Yeah hundred percent. And i think that that's That's a sense of solidarity that exists and it wasn't until i didn't meet lesley visser probably maybe like three or four years into my career and it was such a thrill you know we talked about last week on the podcast with leslie ann Had i I i mean. I think her the attitude and the war fishy extended to me really has formed my way of looking at the you know the informal informal networks of women that exists in this business and so the she set the tone for me for sure on so that freight look julie yet. He writing this book. I just i think it's you know. I think it's a very clear i look at the business of the structures and pitfalls that exist in the business and i certainly hope that people read it and lot of truth senate and we've needed. We need all of the feminist sportsbooks that we can get so that there can be. They can be their own section at the strand exactly seven his sportsbooks. That'd be fantastic. Oh hundred foot. Honestly jane like your opinion not like Your opinion means so much to me on this..
"leslie ann" Discussed on VUX World
"You play music, it would stream to the speaker, but that was actually pretty inconvenient because you didn't know where your phone was. You had to unlock it finding a song finding the APP. So the rise of smart speakers. In the home I think you can tribute entirely to music because. The convenience of simply using your voice to control your streaming service was far superior that hunting for your fault and and so it it disrupted the relationship of the phone. To as interface to the speaker. It didn't obviously do replace the phone you still the phone is a multipurpose tool. We might see over time that the more and more voice experiences you have in products the less you need the phone to be the all purpose device to control your digital world but that that's probably gonNA happen gradually there's other examples of it, but that's that's how I how I see disruption. A couple of comments questions coming in. Leslie said this is a great talk about the entire voice ecosystem when we're in how to incorporate voice into bronze devices and op sunk you, Leslie Ann Elizabeth has said as a B. TO B. TO C. provide my job is to strengthen the relationship between my customer and their customer not shine my online. I, think she might be getting out the kind of like if Amazon on the Alexa situation is a B. to B. relationship with common you factor isn't and the see is the customer. is in the customer's interest for that kind of the competitive buck end of that chain trying to shine the light it sounds sound is very much the opposite of in terms of you know people are probably use in voice interface is sound hound power in them to some worship off all men don't recognize don't even know about it to them. Not. Necessarily, no. Our priority is to with our partners to create a voice experience that it's an extension of of their brand. So that's that is part of our value proposition over over time we think there might be some value in getting some you know like hounded defy attribution. But it's that's really not the goal because. In the end. If you want to be successful with the voice interface, it has to be useful. Has To. Work. And customers need. To basically get adopt into it and so our ability to elevate the brands that use. Our voice experiences are our number one priority, and you see that you know if you come to our.
"leslie ann" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics
"Intersection. -ality was a really important confrontation to white supremacy like that's how it. That's where it came out of. That's that's reason to exist, and because supremacy is so clever and so able to confuse and disorient dot today it seems like actually it's being used to do exactly that to confuse into disorient into police and to decide who gets promoted and who doesn't, and of course, it involves everyone in society who might have proximity to a decision making position or point of view or. Whatever but that you know what's that classic saying that the worst thing about racism is not the worst thing. But one of the ways that racism continues to exist is that it confuses people like this is the ultimate way that people are confused and then becomes personal and you don't want to feel someone you don't WanNa be talked you WanNa you don't WanNa. See someone attacked you want to trust people. You don't want to assume that they're literally lying about everything in life I mean. You could think about this case individually and how often you may have had situation your life where someone exposed themselves in some way to you like I mean not like that. But you know. That, they may have been lying to you like a really profound way. I've only had that happen to be a couple of times and you just like not possible deny deny deny like they just can't be as bad as it is, and then you realize like Whoa, they were fully living allied I. So wild right So. Maybe. We both have the same experience I don't know. I've had that experience more times than I. Care to admit. One day I will write a memoir about it. Right so these are complex in there, and there's sometimes if you told the story, it'd be salacious rate and so like the fuck like Elizabeth Warren fits into this. There's really high profile people that fit into this narrative but when you take it back and look more at how the the the politics of identity have been. So captured by white supremacy, then you start getting to a situation where you can actually understand why it has become. So confused and why the far-right is now using a lot of the same language or why it's really hard for us to disentangle. What you were talking about like you know a tokenism versus like actually people's. Academic experience or lived experience or their political analysis whatever the fuck it's all meant to confuse us and it's also meant to allow people to just kind of obscure over everything right? So you can see that obviously with Justin, Trudeau. You can see the Conservative Party doing that now more and more with Leslie Ann Lewis like she's GonNa probably rise in prominence within the party because of her popularity and and there are a lot of examples of this of course across society where. You'll say that person's just a token tokenistic it's like, okay. But what exactly is happening here is not just that they're a token, let's say but a lot of cases. It's someone who's saying something that that white supremacy really really really wants maintained and they think that it's harder to critique this person because the politics of identity becomes so strong and so it's there that you see actually they're being used in a way that maintains an entrenched white supremacy. Yeah I think that that is. Really interesting to. Always goes back comes back to who holds the power right I mean said this so many times on the show, right? It always comes back to who holds the power and the fact that white supremacy is ultimately making the decisions about whose. Whose? Opinions matter and who's going to be put in positions of power It's all implicated in in the way that an issue like this plays out. I have two things to their thoughts in my mind about this one is. Got That letter I also found it her medium article I. Found it. I could not read to the end. I think I read to the point where she called herself a culture leach. She's like, I'm not a culture I'm a Culture Leech and I think I probably through my phone across the room I was just like I'm done with this. But I do think like. What disingenuous pieces Shit fucking apology Oh. Yeah. It didn't come with anything that was like I'm GonNa resign now or here's what I think. I should do in order to to make things right? You are totally right and identifying that she. Employs. The Language of social justice. So expertly to try to still. Portrayed herself as this moral being even as she's admitting this thing, the second thought that I have is. Why do you think that these cases become such? Massive flash points you know whether it's The cases of indigenous folks in Canada some have been far more widely publicized than others Elizabeth Warren as well. Or the the Rachel Dollars All and the fucking Jessica. Crude Bomb Barra or whatever the fuck. Why Do a hit such an inflection point. In our collective consciousness. I said this earlier I think it's because it's salacious. You know it's it's kind of like the story of the first time you ever heard that the this couple that you like have known for your whole life the the man actually has a whole separate family with kids and everything, and the only found out on the deathbed of the of the man you know what? That's like I mean sure. I don't personally know what that's like. No, that doesn't. Yeah. Okay. I think I've probably read something like that. I. Mean I may have I may have heard that happening to people that I know okay and you can't believe it, right? Yeah. All I can tell you off when we're finished that whole story an incomplete glory and you just cannot believe cannot believe that it happened. Right? You're like that is unbelievable and so I think that there's an element of that how how in the fuck you construct an identity that is not who you are and you live it for so long. and. Then all of a sudden comes crashing down now, as we've already said, a lot of people have done that in Canada with indigenous identity and their lives not only didn't come crashing down but they're still actually holding the positions of power that they have. I think there's also I. mean there's an obsession in the United States with this kind of thing because it's so breaks that black white barrier it's someone who's white WHO's trying to be oppressed rather than the than the vice versa. and..
"leslie ann" Discussed on Front Burner
"Has she? Hi Jamie thank you so much for joining me today. So the other week this calendar invite popped up on my computer. Reminding me the conservative leadership debate. And I know that you and I were supposed to be covering it at the Metro. Toronto Convention Center and of course. Of course that did not happen. That did not happen. But I'm really glad to have you here to catch up today and also. This is my last episode for a while like maternity leave on Monday so I'm also very happy that you are my guests for a bit. I am honored to be your final against Jaime it makes my entire week. I'm so happy to be with you and also I'm really GONNA MISS. You Miss Youtube but I will be tuning into our in politics okay. So let's get rolling. The field is a lot smaller than it was when we talk last time pre pinned on a number of candidates dropped out at the end of March. And now we're down to four so front runners Peter McKay and Erin. O'toole we've talked about them quite a bit on the show before why marital tool and I'm running to the night conservatives on the path to victim that's why I'm standing here today again to announce my candidacy for the leadership of the Conservative Party of Canada. And then Leslie Ann Lewis and Derek Sloan. Derek Sloan Conservative Party came to leadership candidate. Hello my name is listen. Lewis and I'm reading or the leader of the Federal Conservative Party of Canada. Let's talk about Louis. Sloan because not everyone might be super familiar with them Can you tell me a little bit more about each of a? Yeah I sure can so let Lewis. runs her own law firm. She's got a PhD in law as well as a master's in environmental science both she and Derek Sloan are from the socially conservative wing of the Party. I had the chance to interview Miss Lewis once in. I would say so. You know she. She definitely tries to distinguish herself from O'Toole and from Peter Mackay and present herself as the as a social conservative compared to them. She's also more on. Like almost like libertarian. End of things in that. She's big on free speech. The thing she went after McKay for was when he In a speech once said you know let's not in a paraphrase. Let's not focus on All the stuff that gets us into trouble so talking about abortion that kind of thing how article one.
"leslie ann" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Do we stand right now? I think if you go back a month month and a half everyone was predicting certainly in media that Florida hopsitals. We're GONNA be overwhelmed. you're going to have a massive disaster and obviously Patients wouldn't have got the care they needed for cove it and then other things and that was That was almost the universal prediction That we saw From folks Both in media expert class Well that happened happened. So that's Florida's governor onto Santa's on a conference call yesterday Lewis you. You said though in Miami everyone is. It's almost as if people still are holding their breath still waiting for what might happen. So how? What have the number's been for in terms of infections or hospital admissions for Cova. He says that. And yes. There are a lot of parts of the state where the numbers are very small. And it doesn't seem like there's the there isn't this surge that people were worried about but you're looking at Miami Dade and Broward County The two counties with the biggest number the highest number of of cases and deaths and it's a different attitude and we look at those figures. The latest figures are twenty seven thousand statewide now and the number of deaths reaching I believe over eight hundred now. A majority of these are in south Florida. So the state and the governor can say one thing and maybe in northern parts of the state where you have very small populations. It's a little safer but that's not the case here and so there there is a a hold your breath kind of mentality. Now you know we were supposed to hit our surge peak today but then that got moved to the early part of May so we're still waiting like okay now. What we hear from hospitals is they still have room in you know they still have beds they still have you know The facilities available. They haven't seen that surge but again the other challenge as we hear from governors around the state testing. We've seen an uptick in testing around south Florida. They've added MORE TESTING SITES. The batting walk walk up testing sites. And so that that's going to lead to more numbers But still there's there's still a lot more there's still a lot of communities that don't have it and those lines to get tested are really long right so people are still. We're still waiting for for a lot of people's test to come back. See so Lewis. We're going to talk a lot about the various impacts on different communities in each of the three cities that That will have at the table here today. So so hang on for a second now because I want to bring in Los Angeles into the mix and first of all La Mayor. Eric Garcetti. On Sunday delivered his State of the city address and he talked about Los Angeles's struggle with Corona virus. I've never before hesitated to assure you that our city is strong. But I won't say those words tonight. Our city is under attack. Our daily life is unrecognizable. We are bowed and we are worn down. We are grieving are dead but we are not broken. Nor will we ever be so the real question? The real test is how. We'll come back Los Angeles mayor. Eric Garcetti on Sunday. Well joining us now. From South Pasadena California is Leslie Bear Stein Roe. Hus- She's editor of diverse communities at KPCC and she previously covered immigration and emerging communities. Kpcc as well Leslie. Welcome to you. Thanks for a man. What is the mood in Los Angeles Right? Now ooh One of boy people are people are getting tired of this. The best way I can say people are getting tired of this. It's gone on for a long time. You know as you know Los Angeles. La County California was pretty early to shut things down And you know at first infecting we were just talking about the about Florida and the beaches and you know we when we first shut things down the very first weekend you know and people got the mistaken impression. That's along outdoors. They were okay so people flock to the beaches in the hiking trails in the parks. Of course that was problematic so the county had to move to shut all that down and and it still is and so we've been out this now for a good month going on a month now So there's all kinds I mean they're not only are people restless but people are starting to really get very very very anxious about the economic situation Because everything is still shut down you think of Florida. People are accustomed to hunkering down through the storm or hurricane. We don't really do that here. So it really has been difficult to see you I live near Pasadena which there's a very big shopping area historic Colorado Avenue and drive down that street and I've never seen it like this. It's plywood on the storefronts nobody's out. It's very very different. Well Leslie Ann Lewis. Hang on here for just a second. We're going to bring Houston into the mix in a couple of minutes but let's take a quick break. We are talking about where Miami Los Angeles and Houston.
"leslie ann" Discussed on WGN Radio
"This we're feeling better about this and then really the last week or so we've been on a doubling every twelve days this is huge for what he says the slowdown is directly related to public health measures like social distancing and staying at home and does not mean we're anywhere near finished with the corona virus the number of confirmed cove in nineteen cases in Illinois is now under twenty five thousand more than thirteen hundred you positive cases were reported yesterday AT new deaths also reported yesterday bringing the state's death toll to now nine hundred fifty governor Pritzker confirms he did secure a secret cargo flight of personal protective equipment from overseas as a way to avoid the federal government it is true that the federal government seems to be interrupting supplies that are being sent elsewhere in the nation and so I wanted to make sure that we receive what we ordered Pritzker did thank the federal government for the equipment that they have sent but says it's not nearly enough metro may lose more than half a billion dollars because of the covert nineteen pandemic mattress CFO projects a loss of nearly five hundred thirty six million dollars in revenue this year and next the agency has experienced a huge drop in ridership ship since so many people have either lost their jobs or are working from home as an example on March thirty first seven thousand passengers use the commuter rail line on the same day last year ridership was nearly two hundred ninety thousand metric is expecting four hundred million dollars from the federal stimulus package the medical examiners determined the two attorneys found dead in their Oak Park home were murdered an update on the story from WGN's Pam Jones Leslie Ann Jones and Thomas Johnson were found stabbed Monday night they had been married since the nineteen eighties Johnson served as a Chicago police board officer police don't have anyone in custody but they say they don't.
Chicago Police Investigating Suspicious Double Murder At Oak Park Home
"Developing news the deaths of a well known couple in Oak Park has officially been ruled a double homicide sixty nine year old Thomas Johnson and a sixty seven year old wife Leslie Ann Jones died of a with the cook county medical examiner's office is calling multiple sharp force injuries they were both Harvard law graduates a Johnson worked closely with Chicago police board on more than three hundred fifty cases many of them high profile their bodies were found inside their home in Oak Park near fair oaks and Chicago avenues Monday night no word yet of an arrest
"leslie ann" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Death toll in Illinois is now approaching a thousand people the economic impacts expected to cost the state billions as the curve begins to flatten first the WGN forecast here's meteorologist Beatrice ivory clouds will break up tonight will be chilly the overnight low temperature twenty seven degrees tomorrow the high forty seven clouds increase once again snowballs into the area Thursday night we'll see accumulations of between two and four inches possible on the ground by Friday morning the heaviest total south of Chicago the low temperature twenty six Friday will gradually clear out during the day forty two by the afternoon on Saturday we have a good deal of sunshine coming our way it's going to be windy and certainly milder the high sixty one I'm WGN meteorologist Dimitris ivory the latest on the kill the death toll in Illinois and the economic crisis in which the state now finds itself for some developing news the deaths of a well known couple in Oak Park has officially been ruled a double homicide sixty nine year old Thomas Johnson and a sixty seven year old wife Leslie Ann Jones died of what the cook county medical examiner's office is calling multiple sharp force injuries they were both Harvard law graduates a Johnson worked closely with Chicago police board on more than three hundred fifty cases many of them high profile their bodies were found inside their home in Oak Park near fair oaks and Chicago avenues Monday night no word yet of an arrest because the death toll in illinois' now approaching one thousand people the corona viruses economic impact may end up being just as devastating governor Pritzker says the state's twenty twenty fiscal year deficit caused by the pandemic may reach two point seven billion dollars one billion dollars of that decline is due to the three month extension of the April fifteenth deadline for filing twenty nineteen income tax return together says the forecasted deficit for fiscal year twenty twenty one could reach six to seven billion dollars with more on the new coronavirus infections and deaths in Illinois is director of the Illinois department of public health doctor and got C. Z. K. we have had one thousand three hundred forty six new cases over the last twenty four hours and unfortunately eighty additional lives lost to covert nineteen nearly twenty five thousand people in Illinois have now tested positive for the corona virus the official state wide death toll has risen to nine hundred forty eight lives lost seven hundred ten of those fatalities are in cook county mayor Lightfoot has announced a flattening of the curve in the pandemic in Chicago back in late March it was doubling every four days the number of new cases and now it's doubling every twelve days Dr Alice in our body leads the city's public health department she says it doesn't mean the city isn't clear yet the reason that this flattening.
"leslie ann" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Dollars program the P. P. P. is going to be out by this week maybe by Thursday or Friday but economic adviser Larry Kudlow says they're blocking it the nine companies needed cash Democrats say they will vote for that money if the president agrees to also add more to help hospitals and food programs in the field ABC news Washington Attorney General Kwan my role is warning the public about scams related to economic stimulus payments the first wave of payments are going out he says his office is already getting complaints about con artists trying to get people's personal information to any email or text that even begin to talk about these payments is not going to be coming from the federal government any phone call asking individuals for their private information to not a phone call from official that has anything to do with these payments you don't have to apply for the payment to pay any fees or give out personal information in order to receive the money as states try to figure out how to reopen businesses were beginning to get a clear picture of what things might be like one stay home orders are lifted here's California governor Gavin Newsom talk about what the new normal it will look like as I said normal it will not be he said you might have your temperature take it when you go out to dinner restaurant today paper menus and likely have half the amount of tables to ensure physical distancing he has not set a definite date for to lift the stay home order park police in the west suburban major crimes task force to get it investigating the deaths of two people found inside a home in the village police did not confirm the identities of a couple but the Tribune is reporting it's Thomas Johnson and Leslie Ann Jones the husband or wife for both partners of the downtown law firm Johnson Jones Snelling Gilbert and Davis and now WGN sports here's Kevin Powell thank you can the cubs announce that the Wrigleyville campus will be utilized as a covert nineteen relief hub team says support will include utilizing the Wrigley Field concourse as a temporary satellite food packing and distribution center.
"leslie ann" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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"leslie ann" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Anyone? Blown up. Really good Taiwa. He leaves. Perfect. Henry Rollins from his news special keep talking pal. I love that story so much. You know, I think what comes out a lot in the special is that I think you're a real fan of a lot of people and you get star struck. I I was surprised to hear that. Well, it's one of the things I try to maintain in that I came into to music and into everything else acting whatever else through music through punk rock music as a fan going to shows, and you know, saw band I like to call black flag. They needed a singer. I auditioned, and I I got the job. But I I joined that band is a fan of theirs. So I I never wanna lose the ability to be a fan. I I'm fifty seven. I shouldn't be oh, dude. I have your new record. But I am I remain a fan. I that's what I was going to ask you about in the special. You talk about a moment. Where one of your Bamut says do you come on? Now Henry they're only people and you say a quick line. But the line that stuck out to me you said, they're not just people to me. They saved my life. They have to be more than that. What do you mean by that? I found out by the time. I was like six or seven is going gonna be a tough ride. I don't get along. Well with others. You know, I'm, hyper. They gave me a lot of Ritalin. I don't know what it did. But music was the thing that I could deal with at the birthday party. Of course, I'd cry and hyperventilate, but if you put me in the room alone with the Beatles record all this plays side one all day. I don't just there talking to me. And that's fine. The FM radio in high school became my friend and then punk rock hit me. And finally, you know, my my shield had an insignia on it. And so the clash and the damned in UK subs and all those generation X all those bands, the ruts. They saved me because music finally, this was music addressing my anger. My frustration in my feelings of alienation, and I went to punk rock shows in Washington DC and finally met fellow weirdos. Like, oh, cool. You can't throw the ball straight either. We have something in common. And so it changed me. And I felt like I could feel my feet and my shoes it was a big deal. I've never gotten over it. And I feel perhaps naively I can walk up to anyone in any country anywhere. Who's wearing a Ramones shirt and say, hey, all right. And I do that. Now as walk the Ramones. All right. And they'll go. Oh, oh, yeah. Right. Okay. Wait a minute. I recognize you my grandfather used to listen die. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. But I feel that I I just feel that you know, there's a real community with that kind of music. And I'm not really a people person. I'm not anti. I'm just nervous around him. But what wherever I'm at a record store at a gig. I just like well. Yeah. Where we're at the temple. We're all good to go that. That's what I mean. Like whenever I see who to me is like he's like the big boss. Iggy pop, and he's very patient with me because I'm like, Hello, sir. Henry how are you man? I've been calling him surfrider like thirty years, he probably wishes I would just call it a little, but I can't because how how can you? How can you get over the fact that you know, he he's on the raw power that like he he's on the idiot. Like, what are you gonna do about that? Except thank him. How many years would you have to stand there? Thank them to make to make it right to make merit. You have to stand in front of him like three hundred and fifty years of saying thank you because those records I'll probably be playing a one or two of those this weekend. So I people everything, and that's why I do my best to kind of stay away from them because I'm afraid of a guy pushing pushing sixty acting incredibly weird in front of him. That doesn't make you more empathetic to win fans of yours might come up and freak out and so excited meeting. Henry rollins. Yeah. I understand it. Because enough people have said to me, and this is always the, quote, I've been telling that Ozzy story on and off in different permutations for years. People say, you know, that of that when you met Ozzy. I'm like, yeah. This is Henry that's me meeting. You right now has a really oh here when I was a twenty something or thirty something I had a really hard time handling it that kind of information. I really like what you do why. And so I was maybe insecure or did not handle that better at it. Now because I'm so familiar with being in that position myself me being the fan of so many other people and so these days with everyone having a cell phone with a camera in it. I get a lot of photo requests at the airport at the grocery store. I mean, it kinda sorta anywhere where a not in traffic, and so I just appreciated but being a fan. I I understand it a lot more. I also see I can see some some guy at X show. Looking at me nervous up the courage. To walk over and shake my head. And I go keys by two minutes away. Okay. No, no here. He comes. He's going to do it. You see the guy is like he's like rehearsing the first line as I did years before preparing to meet shames Brown, and I hit it perfectly Mr Brown. How do you do? I nailed it. But I I see the guy working, and I have nothing but sympathy and he comes over. Mr. all call me. Henry like, let's let's reduce the pulse rate and no problem. He's my fan, and I'm someone else's fan. So it's cool. And we have a good a good chat watching this special and seeing you on stage as a have a primarily on YouTube. It seeing you so confident in your music, and I hear here the way you come across in interviews. I think it was a little bit surprising for me to hear that you you have social anxiety mean, I I have lots of anxiety people have lots of anxiety. But still somehow surprising to me. So I recently heard this clip on the BBC about Freddie, Mercury. I was hoping I could play for you. And get your thoughts on it. This is an author and journalist named Leslie and Joan she's talking about Freddie, Mercury on the show. Great lives. Take a listen. I can remember in Budapest in nineteen Eighty-six six on the magic tour, and they would host a little drinks party for the media. And it would always be in, Freddie. Sweet. And he was very nervous of these things because he never knew what to say on. I remember working out to this particular one the early and he was there in a velvet smoking jacket cravat, and he would grab tables champagnes. He could go on filling people up and then quickly move on without having to talk to anybody. And he said to me, you know, I hate these things I never know what to say. So that's Leslie Ann Jones talking about Freddie, Mercury on the BBC radio show. Great lives, and I see people being surprised by that. I mean, you know, as you mentioned, Freddie, Mercury at Wembley, one of the greatest performances of all time. I think people would say, you know, similarly to you that you have a lot of confidence on stage when you listen to that clip. Can you relate to it? Yes. And I obviously I can't speak for Mr. mercury who I admire for him being on stage. At Wembley is way. More preferable to hanging out with eight people in a hotel, suite where with you know, whatever twenty five Julian people waving at Wembley. That's the water. He's the fish dropped in it that that's that's his world onstage. I have. No trepidation whatsoever. Interviews none. And you mentioned the word confidence a few times. Yeah. I don't have any. And I'm glad I don't I don't have a drop of confidence the day. I think I got this. That's when the bear eats, you that's when you take your eyes. You you let the car drive you. I have no confidence whatsoever. I fear failure in desire for excellence and achievement. And so being in a room with people, I have many defaults because I prefer to be polite. I dislike being polite. I it's I don't know it. But I try for it. So when when in doubt, I just defer to being polite now, and then I have to go to one of the award shows right hand out in award or something my manager Heidi who's been working with me for twenty one point something years. She comes with me. Like, okay. This guy's walking up on your right? Okay. You're going to be nice. 'cause I don't always know. What to do? I'm not like biting people. I just get nervous. But if you put me on stage to hand out award, no problem or hey, the he got sick. Can you can you host the show? Yes. Right now. Yeah. Sure, no problem. And I don't know why that is because if you ask me to act in a movie, no problem, go to that party. Why I thought you liked? Don't ask you to do that. And so I've always been that way. It's it's gotten better because I can just laugh at myself. And all right nervous. Boy. Here we go. We're getting out of the car. We're walking in. But I do have that that thing that a lot of performer types do have where they're they're kind of a wreck on their own, but you put him on stage, and somehow they get they can get by up. There were the rest of their life. Is the stormy weather is that why you work so much? I mean, because you you do kind of a lot of things in music and poetry, and like, whatever we'll call Spokane where but like getting on stage of that band acting writing hosting radio shows publishing books like I I'm sensing a bit of a trend here in that. Like, you maybe you need to keep working woman. Workaholic an achievement addict. I like to get it done. I like to clear my computer off. So I can put more on it. I'm a shipbuilder, basically, I don't wanna sale in it. I want to build it and get the damn thing off the dock so work suits me. I don't do it for the money or fame. It's all about do one thing. Then do another. Do another. I come from the minimum wage working world of the late nineteen seventies early nineteen eighties. I'm used to three seventy five an hour in like parking, your car or asking you. If you want an extra large order, so and I'm not putting that work down. I'm seeing that's my mentality. Just get up and get it done and the fame or notoriety. That's kind of a weird thing that happens. I'd rather be kind of shoulder to the to the wheel just doing the thing. I wonder if there's one thing that ties between whether it's a piece of advice or our mentality that ties you from the first time you've got up on stage with with black flag that night when you're working at Haagen-Dazs even to now. It's easy. This told the truth. Life is short. Trust me, you're younger than me everyone's younger than ever was taller and younger than I am. That's been the experience. I have when I meet people these days. You're going to you're going to be in your fifties. Real fast like. If you're like, you'll say, you're twenty twenty-five today. You'll.
"leslie ann" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Pals that my Raghad held John down while Ian had raped and strangled him will never truly know what happened out on the moors that night. But the end result was the same. My Raghad allowed a child killer to continue killing as Tober nineteen sixty five gave way to November the already chilly, Manchester autumn gave way to a cold merciless winter additional searches for bodies. Had to be called off due to snow. Myra in Ian, Rowe constantly to each other while they awaited trial. They were even allowed occasional visits together. During one of these visits in proposed Myra told her mother, it was the happiest moment of her life until her lawyer reminded her that spouses cannot be compelled to testify against each other. Their marriage was only a ploy to cripple the prosecution's case Myra, however, refused to believe that Ian was trying to use her. On April nineteenth nineteen sixty six Myra and Ian, HS fourteen day trial began reporters and news, crews crowded, the courthouse steps hoping to be led inside for what they believed would be a carnival sideshow of trial to make matters even crazier, right? As the trial began the prosecutions, most solid witness David Smith was discovered to have been profiting off my rut and Ian in pending trial. He had signed a contract with a tabloid to give his exclusive story to them once Myra and Ian had been convicted and every time Myra Indian were brought to the courthouse. They had to pass through throngs of people demanding that they be hung. But England had put an end to capital punishment in nineteen sixty five on the exact day. Myra Hindley had been arrested for her part in Edward Evans slaying. And while the masses screamed for her head on a spike those who thought they. New Myra who had grown up with her in Manchester found her charges incomprehensible after Myra was arrested. Her mother had even gone so far as to disown her other daughter, Maureen for helping the police arrest Myra, especially when she learned of David's attempt to profit from Myers conviction Myra, and he and watched the trial from within a bulletproof glass box in the courtroom. Both pleaded not guilty to all charges. Maureen was called in to testify. I she spoke for hours of the negative influence. Ian Brady had had on her sister. Myra had become cold toward people cold toward her religion, impressionable and secretive David Smith came next. He was the prosecution's key witness and spoke for a full day and a half of what he had seen and heard on the night of Edward Evans. Brutal murder. Ian and Myra. Also, both testified under intense questioning. Ng e and finally admitted that he had been the one to strike Edward with the axe. Not David Smith Myra, however, kept her mouth shut as she could. Her defense always seemed to be that she was elsewhere during critical moments when Edward died. She said she had been in the kitchen, she had only helped clean when she was told to as the questions turned to Leslie Ann Downey's murderer Myra again claimed she was elsewhere when Leslie Ann had been photographed in pornographic positions. She had been downstairs, and when the little girl had been strangled. She had been filling the bathtub with water. There's no doubt she was hoping to avoid the harsher penalties of murder and sexual assault by blaming everything on, Ian. But there was one piece of evidence. Neither of them. Could explain away the tape recording of what they had done to Leslie Ann after this will hear Myers downfall. Now back to the story. Myra Hindley and Ian Brady's trial for three child murders in nineteen sixty five caused one of the largest press frenzies in England's history every piece of testimony revealed more and more of the cruelty and depravity that had ruled their relationship for three years, and there was still one more piece of evidence to reveal in the case against the sadistic duo, the sixteen minute audio tape of their rape and torture of ten year old Lesley, Ann Downey. Leslie and could be heard trying to negotiate with her captors at
"leslie ann" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Don't get it. W W H, O dot TV and tell us brandies plan, brilliant or bad. I don't know if I got it. But was incredibly is that brandy wound up being the voice of reason that night as smashed as she got. So I don't know maybe maybe did something or looks like a landslide for bad Deandra and the other ladies antics, Leslie, Ann feeling tired. Check out her amazing monologue. I loved this. What is wrong? I'm a little exhausted of danger never being and everyone else always being it's exhausting. I'm exhausted. We'd is exhausted. The panty liner on underwear is exhausting. She had had hit your questions for Teresa in Dolores or pouring in before we get to those. Here's what three things obsessed szeswith tonight. I as we all know Teresa has had a lot going on lately. I mean between raising the four girls on your own and caring for your dad on your own your family was recently dealt a tough blow when a judge ruled that your husband Joe is going to be deported. Here's what I have a lot of questions. I know that you're appealing the ruling when is that appeal they put the people working, and it's going to take time. It is going to take time. How did the girls take the news very upset? Right. I bet were you stunned. I was I was you were I was shocked. Right. How often do you see him? Well, work comes first, right girls activities. Yes. And then after that, he's he's next once a month every couple of months once a month worst case scenario of you discussed whether you would move to Italy or what? Now haven't even discussed that. Mike. We're just taking one day at a time. I don't even want to think about that. Right to put that out in the universe. If you actually know the president you were on celebrity apprentice, have you reached out to the White House? You tried to get him to their I I'm assuming he could pardon him yet. Now, I haven't but I would love to speak to if he wants to talk to you going to try to call them. I I haven't. But I said if he wants to speak to me, I don't think that he's he's got other things to do. So I'm saying, I think it would take you reaching out. Are you going to try? You know? We'll see what happens. Okay. All right. Thank you Theresa second to Loris might still be living with her ex. But tonight, we learned a legal situation has now also made her living with her ex take a look Frank broke my trust, and I found out in the most public possible with Frank disbarred recently. Oh, no. He's still practicing. Franken's no longer attorney. He was disbarred. He mowed money from his client trust account. Something called combing Ling funds. I was very upset..
"leslie ann" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Relief from muscle cramps and certain issues theraworx relief. This fast acting foam is proven to prevent and relieve but in lake cramps, get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at WalMart. CVS Rite Aid Walgreens pharmacies or theraworxrelief. And then there was a scandal. Scam. To relieve your case. I thought we would do Freddie Mercury today. Bohemian rhapsody opens on Friday ninety six percent of the audience wants to see it and Roger Friedman at showbiz for loved it. And even though it's at fifty percent on rotten tomatoes, that's gone up. Laura. That's not a lot of critics won't get put in until Thursday or Friday, seventy six positive reviews, fifty-five rotten. And apparently a lot of people in the UK are the ones that are not happy about that. And that's where this premier. For this movie. We need one of the things that came out last week. Was that people that really knew him felt that he was being gay washed. If you were. Yes. A whitewash gay wash. Everyone is cleaning him up. So I thought what are some of the craziest stories about Rockin roles? Best loved hellraiser who would be seventy two years old if he had sat. Yeah. That's it. He was young when he died. He lived forty five years like a man possessed, and he was just you know, balls to the walls loved excess. So here's some of the. Here. Here's a mess and stories. Okay. So Elton John told uncut in two thousand and one Freddie could out party me, which is saying something Queen was well known in the music industry for their outrageous parties, most notable was the jazz launch party at the New Orleans Fairmont hotel in nineteen seventy which featured wholesome delayed studio like nude waiters and waitresses fellow. A fellow biting heads off live chickens. A naked models wrestling in a liver pit. Wow. Okay. And little people swanning about with trace of cocaine strapped to their heads. That is true. Seventy seventy eight. Oh to be a fly on that wall. Allen sounds fun at the height of Star Wars mania in nineteen seventy nine and eighty Freddie. Mercury commemorated the movie and the only way that made sense. He would sage he would stock the stage for the encore performance of we will rock you perched on Vader shoulders. I mean, let's face it. It was probably a Rhody plight. Okay. The photo and photographer you this photographer time Callans, he said, it was pandemonium everyone thought it was so funny. It was so Freddie, it was so over the top and presumably, Freddie, Mercury came fresh from one of the quickies. He reputedly always had between the main shore main show and the encore sometimes even between songs when you would change costs. Tell me you're kidding me. No. That was always the story about him. He was the prime subject for all the old chestnuts of rack mythology one of the tales buzzing around, Freddie, Mercury is the old chestnut that might be similar to the Richard Gere in the. Gerbil one of our employees. A bunch of groupies to take turns blowing cocaine up his ours. Okay. We can't be good for you with the cotton. Yeah. Yeah. Just this people. It may also be mixed up because that is a myth their story. That's been told about Stevie next that things are just be one of those things that just out there is out there like the Richard Gere, another one that was attached him as the well-worn classic shares had mentioned about our having a rib removed, but he did supposedly. So he could cut out the middleman, and please himself if you know what I mean bending over. Easier to bend over a rib. Okay. That's that's bad. Either. Marilyn manson. One. I'm just saying daddy never even needed. Well to it. You don't go to all the dirty places that I go to this is. Lori. He's been said about Marilyn Manson and other com- musicians. Unbelievable. He and he wasn't who he thought who we thought he was because offstage he was naturally shy. According to friends on sage he was just a maniac maniac. But how does that explain his insatiable appetite and his orgies and everything else? I wanted to shy truth is away from the stage in the gossip he was kind of a closed book Roger Taylor, and Brian May where the principal mouthpieces. Mercury. The image everything behind him was opaque lyricist. Tim rice who co wrote with mercury on the burst birth alone album came out in eighty eight they both in he insists, and well as well as Freddie mercury's, personal assistant. Peter Freestone insists bohemian rhapsody was his coming out song. But no one ever realized that I told you that when we went into the lyrics bohemian rhapsody thought, it would do some digging because six years ago in twenty twelve mercury an intimate biography of Freddie, Mercury came out who wrote Leslie Ann Jones, and she is the actress, no, no lesbian Jones. I don't know. Yeah. But she is a journalist she's gone on tour with the Rolling Stones David Bowie. Kartini Elton, John. She was standing back stage with the late who bass guitar player. John whistle. Whistle. Whistle. Excuse me. At Wembley stadium on Live Aid day in July, nineteen ninety five and watch, Freddie. Mercury which I guess we see in the movie bohemian rhapsody, and it was eighty thousand fans, and it was seen all around the world. I do remember watching. So she's the journalists who did this. Okay. And he in the book, she describes her rise to international superstardom and she digs deep into his past. She got over a hundred interviews with people who were close to him and Freddie, Mercury many of them opening up for the first time, you know, because he was the first major rock star to die of aids. Bright, and he did not let anybody know he denied it. And he just said I'm too old at forty to go onstage. Indeed, lesbian Jones told the Hollywood reporter. When a book came out that one of the biggest rag revelations in her book came from Oscar winning Tim rice, where he said, she said, Tim sat me down and talk me through the words for boogeyman rhapsody. He pointed out is very obvious to him early on. It was Freddie's coming out song. But. Though, the reporter of this book describes the mercury is having been incredibly mischievous pointing out that the two greatest love affairs in the ones. Freddie was married at one time complicated emotional love life were with women but with his sex life. He could only satisfies needs with guys is and so. You know? And of course, the he had this the one gal who is kind of a famous quote about him this woman, a former lover the German soft porn star. Barbara Valentino is described her boyfriend as mostly gay. But. Freddie. Mercury. He'd been friends with Michael Jackson for a long time. And he used to come and see the Queen shows all the time. Really? And that is how our friendship grew. And then he told a reporter at the time just think I could have been on thriller think of all the royalties. I've missed out and they work together. They had three tracks in the can one song called there must be more to life than this which appeared on Freddie mercury's for solo album, the when he dedicated to his caps called victory and then a song called victory, which is featured on the Jackson five's. Victory back album and Sadove shock which became a Michael Jackson duet with Mike, Mick Jagger. They were never finished with, Freddie. They were great songs, but they were both so busy at that period of time. And then, you know, the thing that happened, Freddie. Mercury did admit that friendship with Michael Jackson, fellow because Michael objected to Freddie Mercury. He'd gone to the restroom and Freddie was in the living room, and there's a mound of cocaine on his diet is living room table. And so, and then I guess he was good buddies with David Bowie. Freddie. Mercury. And David said, listen, why don't we just write a song? And the result, of course was under pressure. That's right. Ooh, initially that song under pressure was entitled people on streets. It came about by pure chance. Freddie. Gave an interview the tune which was recorded in queens mount studios in Montrose, Switzerland after David Bowie had met up with the ban in the Swiss towns pub turned out to be among queens most challenging the mixing desk laps, but we wanted to remake the song from scratch and things came to a head at one point David Bowie refused to allow its release. But later backed down that Tober nine thousand nine hundred eighty one release of under pressure was Bowie's first single with another artists every number twenty nine in the US and became queen's second UK number one core. Yeah. And then what else? Freddie. Mercury middle America and the coast he always called Manhattan sin cities in the eighties. Not Las Vegas, but you have to come at the right time say a day too long. It's just hypnotic your trip in every day at eight or nine in the morning and taking throat injections. So so I can still sing it's a real place. I love it. So he was a big party. Yeah. Wow. What the heck is a throat injection. I don't know. Or something like that. And and and of course after two or three years after Queen started. They almost broke up. We felt it wasn't working, Freddie. Mercury. This is another nearly there to ensure works in the business. It was getting too much. But something inside the three of us kept his scoring and we learn from our experiences. Good and bad. According to Freddie, Mercury. The band argued about everything even the air that they breathe delays and bandmates Brian May and Roger Taylor said, Freddie, was always the peacemaker. He was our great diplomat. Okay. So and. Information laurie. I know it's just a lot of good stuff out there. And on the business side Queen was successful beyond all possible. Hope incre, Freddie. Mercury died sixty million dollars. And he got more three fourths of the songwriting credits. The other two now. Well, now, Brian May and Roger Taylor and whoever's in Freddie's state again. Yeah. So anyway. Wow. Now, I gotta go see bohemian rhapsody. I gotta see this, man. All right, listen. We'll be right back out again. All right. We'll be right back. Mytalk one zero seven one everything. Do everything,.
"leslie ann" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"We we had it was it was Ghana's and Corey Hames father Corey was supposed to show up and then didn't. And of course it turns out that he was bender. Yeah, probably. Does familiar now that you mentioned Gino Di Dino. I follow Corey Feldman on Instagram at first because I thought it was funny. There's a performance teeth false out to look for his tooth, and but I feel he was like one of these kids. Abused by weird old Hollywood guy was about time. Yeah. And so did the dead Corey. And that's probably why haunted by, yeah, old guys, hover over also Michael Jackson, there's rumor that he had the same fate. Passed around from famous man, famous man. She's horrible. Yeah, that'll mess with you. Right. Good. Bringing up comedy show. Chris, that's web save is for your murder podcast. Not understand. Well, that's all they talk about all the murdering. Yeah, yes. Talking about we do end up talking about crime a little more than you used to. You know, late last time we talked about medical malpractice. They talked about a killer on Karen show that might aunt interacted with apparently. Really? Yeah, Leslie Ann Williams. He was killer in Michigan, and I guess she had gone to get the gas station. Leslie Williams Ralph's. Right. Stories. He was in clue my dad when he did radio in the in Monterey interviewed, Jim Jones probably a year before the Kool-Aid mass suicide thing, and he might has not a religious never was, but he's like, I was impressed with them. He helped people. There was a point where that guy was good thing being led by being charitable and helping, and then you get powerful, and then your minions killer Senator, whatever, and had the poison everyone. My dad always. That's I like the guy. I liked him. You know, that kind of me when I start talking about Hitler spanning kind of makes sense. Even sounds weird. You have to be charismatic to get place to be leader of a cold, so it's not no one's immune to that. The charms. There's that whole Sean leader of the pack. But what happened with your aunt that was that it, or is there more to this? She went to his gas station and got like she could have been one of the. Oh, wow. They say she could go into the victims. She says, but I think they caught him like right after that or or. She, but she was really weird out by like she's very religious. So I'm sure she's like what guy told me I should leave right now. But should've got it. She's still she's still with us today. Yes. Loves this show too listening right now. Religious. I love it. Right? I should be dead. Are geared. So what else are just to what else did I see predator off there. Oh, yeah, you predator predator. The premier was all right. Oh, you'd also beautiful musical. Oh yeah, I did. I liked it a lot..
"leslie ann" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"That'd be any sort of restrictions on market accessibility so from from what we've heard from local stakeholders in saudi arabia and specifically the exchanges that they are they are forty prepared to handle such an such an ipo domestically the decision where to be taken that it would be only domestic ipo clearly it's gonna be a most probably based on the estimates which have been floated in the media had rented a sizable weighed in the index and a lot of slow coming towards the double but yeah based on on what the officials will say they have enough confidence to handle these flows best in some traders when it comes to saudi arabia says the market will probably face hurdles in retaining foreign money and as companies become more transparent and even mark mobius who is we know is a bit of a bull when it comes to markets he said earlier this month he's completely bullish on saudi arabia because the range of offerings is limited number of restrictions are still in place did you share those concerns from our perspective our analysis that's as what we've heard from international investors who did participate to the consultation a great number i mean these concerns seem to be relatively minor when it comes to accessibility so the accessibility level is deemed to be more than sufficient now at least two to allow for the inclusion to the emerging market index and in terms of let's say the diversity in the market it's already quite a diverse market dow concentrations and financial materials but out of the eleven global industry extrication standard sectors nine represented and in addition to that i mean is quite a a an aggressive privatization effort going on in saudi arabia which my yield a number of ideals in the months and years to come thank you very much for joining us sebastian lebron like msci's global head of index management research for the latest in global news bloomberg's marcus costs thanks very much mark proposal which could have allowed british lawmakers to block brexit without to deal from brussels has been voted down the government had to persuade some backbench mp's not to accept the amendment over fears it would allow brussels to scupper the process dominic grieve was leading the rebellion but yesterday sided with prime minister theresa may he says this isn't about trying to stop brexit from happening the people who above all about brexit being a bad thing they keep on hoping that will be one of these turning point moments in the house of commons where suddenly brexit will collapse because the government loses on the phone with i'm afraid that simply not the case german chancellor angela merkel will meet a group of e you leaders for an emergency session on migration bloomberg's patrick donahue says the meeting in brussels on sunday comes ahead of a crucial summit next week the minisummit is in response to increasing political pressure on miracle and others to act the german leaders especially facing opposition at home from her bavarian allies to forge bilateral agreements on returning asylum seekers registered elsewhere the split has caused government crisis in berlin in berlin patrick donahue bloomberg daybreak europe meanwhile hungarian lawmakers have approved of a law cracking down on immigration in his show of defiance by prime minister viktor orban bloomberg's zoltan diamond reports the law imposes jail terms of up to year on anyone deemed to be helping immigrants entered the country the cabinet also plans to levy at twenty five percent tax on groups seen as helping illegal immigration over the objections of the european people's party which has threatened to expel or bumped from the biggest block in the european parliament in budapest zola that she on bloomberg daybreak europe and donald trump has signed an executive order to end the policy of separating migrant chill from their parents that the us mexico boredom thousands of children have been detained in recent weeks with some being kept in cages at attention facilities it's strong widespread global criticism global news twenty four hours a day on aruna take talk on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm markus karlsson this is bloomberg thanks rajdeep marcus smart cam leslie ann toasts russia are both into the last sixteen the world cup they qualified after managed a one mill win over saudi arabia out cristiano ronaldo's goal saw portugal beat mcgraw coup by the same score speed defeated iran one new england's cricketers will be relishing the.
"leslie ann" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"Don't know if you've ever seen slumdog millionaire vso ellard exactly like that while where children from five to fifteen work all day every day from five in the morning to probably in the late hours just earn at that time this was sixteen seventeen years ago fifty cents a day and with no proper attire and basically these kids they did they didn't have the education and they can't leave what they're doing to get to to go to school any one right you're right so what what we did was armed through partnership with the non obligatory for a nonprofit organization there and and the the site we created an informal school with these kits were able to come in and receive care if they wanted a break so love you know they needed a break they can come in for snacks and then when when they they are we teach them i am klein language english englishman than they were very skillful in making things so we allowed them to make things and then we taught them little english where they can go up to expats and say no hello how're you would you like to buy this so instead of making fifty cents a day they were able to make a couple of dollars to defeat their families the future and i mean that's great that you do that i think that's very honorable that you did that and then you come back and then go rated banking reassign never thought about going into banking and what had happened was at least ten plan from strangers some from everyone and this was back before we even had social media so i ask a local newspaper mice at leslie ann and all of my contacts to help advertisers so i've as ten thousand dollars and n two of the people that heard about my story and gave to me were george and carol dunkin' and carroll was the executive director of girls inc in law at the time and i wanted to so i i wasn't a nonprofit the people that gave to me they trusted me with their money and i want it to make sure that they knew what the what i was doing was like an internet campaign that you are not alone an error metal there wasn't any internet letter are you that's right yeah you know so it was just a story that you heard a new sent money to me and.