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Weekend Flooding (MM #3807)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Weekend Flooding (MM #3807)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Saturday was a horrible day here in middle Tennessee, especially for the small communities of hurricane mills and waverley that fell under flash flood conditions, getting up to 15 inches of rain in less than 24 hour period, waverly, underwater. No wave release about 60 miles west of Nashville, somewhere I actually go once twice three times a year because they've got some street artists that do some projects over there and I've driven through waverly hang out in waverly gone by miss Loretta's hurricane mills ranch numerous times. I know the area well, I enjoyed the area. So far as the last count I heard 22 dead 20 plus still missing. And what's scary is, you couldn't see it coming. Yeah, we knew it was going to rain. We knew we were going to have storms. We knew there was potential for flash floods, but the stories you hear from the survivors are just scary how fast the waters rose. Something's going on. Is this part of climate change? Something has got to be done because I'll tell you what. It's a scary scary thought when your life can change, not just from a tornado or a hurricane, but immediately thanks to water.

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Weekend Flooding (MM #3807)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Weekend Flooding (MM #3807)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Saturday was a horrible day here in middle Tennessee, especially for the small communities of hurricane mills and waverley that fell under flash flood conditions, getting up to 15 inches of rain in less than 24 hour period, waverly, underwater. No wave release about 60 miles west of Nashville, somewhere I actually go once twice three times a year because they've got some street artists that do some projects over there and I've driven through waverly hang out in waverly gone by miss Loretta's hurricane mills ranch numerous times. I know the area well, I enjoyed the area. So far as the last count I heard 22 dead 20 plus still missing. And what's scary is, you couldn't see it coming. Yeah, we knew it was going to rain. We knew we were going to have storms. We knew there was potential for flash floods, but the stories you hear from the survivors are just scary how fast the waters rose. Something's going on. Is this part of climate change? Something has got to be done because I'll tell you what. It's a scary scary thought when your life can change, not just from a tornado or a hurricane, but immediately thanks to water.

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Loretta Lynn's Beloved Ranch Foreman Dies in Tennessee Flood

Seattle's Morning News

01:07 min | Last month

Loretta Lynn's Beloved Ranch Foreman Dies in Tennessee Flood

"loretta" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

04:01 min | 2 months ago

"loretta" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

"After bad behavior okay clo- he continued that bad behavior over and the more grandiose and bad and it was a higher reward every time and that landed him in jail eventually. Any add a bunch of tankers so But i thought of you watching that show. I was like this guy is the perfect example. Loretta would love this show. You as soon as i read about violence. I pull away but i will check it out thank you. It's not necessarily. i guess it's generally violent. I suppose there is like some animal cruelty. So you're not gonna like that so know that going in. I you know. You don't have to watch the whole thing to get the gist right right and you know you. You don't have to watch it. I think you would find it interesting though. Yeah so let's talk about why. So why do i placed on games. Because i know. I do even though i probably wouldn't admit it right. So here's the thing. If we go back to like a simplistic example you talked about the mile. Unaided circuits right. So we mile innate a lot when we're in puberty but also before h so let's a before you were eight years old and you had a sibling and there was a cookie and two siblings. Fighting over a cookie people listening can think about how would have played out in your childhood and it sort of sets up the expectation of how you deal with these complex in adulthood so from a child's perspective. Getting the cookie is a great thing and yet the cookie in a bad way than tells her brain. Whoa that's that's the way to go that that's more right on the other hand if you go for the cookie and you get bitten then avoiding getting bigness very important to your mammal eight. So you may think you're taking the high rotate care about cookies. I'm i'm gonna let you have all the cookies. And then that person ends up bitter and resentful and thinks people are biting lamb. Even when they're not wow so bottom line. If you're the person who gave up the cookie and always looked the other person have cookie. You may think you don't care about yourself and you're living on a higher plane but you're mammal brains still wants. The one position still wants to stimulate your serotonin to how do you do that. You tell yourself that you are so virtuous and they're such a jerk. Yes right right. That's one side than the other side is the person who's always taking other people's cookies and they come up with some way of justifying it like if i didn't take the cookie somebody else would have taken it. Whatever they you right right. We didn't want that cookie to go waste right. Yes forgetting in the up position and sometimes our habits lead to bad consequences but we keep repeating them. Because the serotonin feels good so the bottom line is to recognize the good feeling. You have when you're like. Yeah i got it. You know. I get to assert myself. Now it's my turn. That's really the polite modern way to say it. Now it's my turn you make me think and this is something. I haven't thought of in a long time.

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"loretta" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"loretta" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"So yeah i would bet if your holiday you know if you're a donny. Loose these like for all the reasons that jaycee said the honda can get in a honda and pick an elite amateur out and promise them way more money and way more focused support than they would ever got anywhere else they can because of the gear deal because of the availability of the year deal and and it's not just you know it's it's boots helmets. There's a lot there blow sponsors. You know Red energy drinks stuff. Think about all the all the avenues that are open to that. you know. it's pretty crazy. Obviously it doesn't count for donnie loose on the side because they have the thing that also kawasaki used to have. Which is anyone with half a brain wants to ride a star racing alcohol right. So they're yeah they're situation. It's fun but i'm going to circle all the way back to where we started here. Kawasaki the other thing they no longer have is an. I cannot believe we're at this point but the pro circuit thing doesn't have that anymore. It's a good team solid. Yeah but i don't think if you're one of these parents are like hey we'll take a pay cut or we'll do anything to get on mitch payton's team. I just don't think that's there anymore. Yeah yeah i agree absolutely right. So if you're mitt you're running your hands through your hair even more than usual. Yeah yes so okay. So jet struggling a little bit but you know so does this again make my point again about the amateur guys is just. Don't know you there is stews and there are ricky's you know there are those guys ever. If you've ever wanted one to hang your hat on jet reynolds is is that one for now. We'll see you. I don't believe the story. Jet reynolds is anywhere near written. Yeah of course info. Yeah this one is certainly one. If you're going into make your case you would make this one exhibit so far so you don't know what you're supposed to do to solve it though like he won so much like what every team was supposed to just not kill. I was very i was in the middle of negotiating. Sure and services so i have nothing. I'm just saying if you're steve and this has been the ill you wanna die on for years. That's a pretty good one to go. And just just you know what we do. You want the kids to win. You want to represent your brand do well. But at some point you just don't get into some big bidding war you let them go. And by all accounts the big amateurs are in bidding. Moore's all the time. I don't want to bring up our buddy murphy. Because you know we all know what happened with jt. Last time we wrote monthly but know he is a solid pro but this he looked like he's a title guy anytime soon. he's not. Let's be honest here. Love monkey but there was a lot of money going on with carson mumford. A bidding war literally a bidding war going on for his services and there was a bidding for jet reynolds. And so yes. You want the kids you want to get the you know the best you can but let's just hold off on this..

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"loretta" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

05:10 min | 2 months ago

"loretta" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"The international institute is inner moments to dot org. They you me talking to laura joining. Let's be cast a few highlights from that conversation. Although on your patents or setting early life it is possible to build new neuropathy as when we are older. It just takes a bit more effort and a loss of repetition. I personally find the whole work of neuro plasticity so exciting. I used to think that there was nothing we could do about our brains shrinking as we go shoulder but now we're learning more and we know that physical exercise and learning. We'll help to keep paul brains functioning. Well we talked about coping mechanisms. Many of us drink gradually. Came to rely on oklahoma's only coping mechanism when obviously is far more healthy to have many different ways of coping with life's ups and downs. I love loretta idea about destruction list. Else we get so but we have time on our hands. So what betsy use of that. Time to build a distraction list use that time to discover new activities. What keeps you a natural high. Loretta explained to me. How powerful those mirror neurons. Which got me thinking about how all newbies get inspired spy it by the sopa people in our community people who are thriving in their alcohol-free lives you heard us talking about trump surface annual sober challenge. And how a new neural pathway can be built in sixty six days so even if it's not spring where you live you can still sign up for the sixty six day alcohol-free challenge which starts in september just to try sopa dot com to get more info. So let me wrap podcastone now by sharing my personal lightbulb moment. During my first few months of sobriety. I felt okay. I was in a bit of a paint cloud as aa call. It's oh it's having such as well. This is easy. I can do. This wanted my do these years. Okay then about four months in my mood plummeted. I felt tired miserable board and began two hundred hours on the right path if this gray and miserable places sobriety and. I'm not sure it's for me. I thought but amazingly. I hung in policy because i was blocking my journey to sobriety and i didn't want to admit defeat. That's the power of accountability. I guess some live. Continue to feel flats but i got lost Stayed home a lot and read lots of books. Diane had an idea with a long career in training and development behind me maybe just maybe i could design him facilitate a workshop to help other people to get sober so i did. The first workshop was fully booked. Some type samper was born. My spirit sold on becomes feel useful in motivated. Some a light bulb moment. Was that the low some of his fairly early surprise. He is not an inevitable stage. We have to go through. Loretta explained that. My happy chemicals were flowing. You're in early sobriety. Because i had a goal that i was working towards day by day but after a few months my brain must've registered. That goal is achieved and had nothing new to aim for so i was left in limbo for those females until i sat up that new goal to design a workshop on the workshops were of course just the first goal for me then i had to learn about website design marketing social media advertising coping with tv and radio interviews setting up a membership program a more recently podcasting and educating those podcasts..

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"loretta" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

04:43 min | 2 months ago

"loretta" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"Hair trip soper. We enable people to change their relationship with alcohol and then go on to thrive in the old cult. Free lives and over the last five years. We've helped hundreds of people to do just that and we created trip sopa. Because we believe it's really really halt. Change your drink. So it tribes. So we're we're all about community. We're all about helping encouraging each other to stay on track each week we feature community boys just to give you a flavor of the awesomeness about tribe. His lady from one of our. What's up groups joint. Serve in june twenty twenty after years of trying to moderate or ditch. The boost for good. I could never get dropped. But after joining the traub with the inspiration and the continuous support are joined. Sooner being with trump's over made me see that. I didn't have a problem but rather an opportunity to create a laugh. I didn't want to escape from it. Took me a whole year in eighty four day ones but i never gave up and the trump never gave up on me. I'm happy to close four months sober and eleven months over laugh and continue to grow with much job. Thank you rob sober for saving me from the toxic relationship. I had with alcohol. I don't see myself going back. So if you want to join all community and get some bit of support. Just get to try. Sopa dot com and click on. Join our tribe one of the oil. Some things about podcasting is that i get to chat to so many experts which means i'm always learning new stuff which according to my next guest is an essential part of slaying happy. I was so pleased to get the opportunity to interview. Dolts loretta ruining up. Just finished reading her fabulous book happy. Happy brain conversation resulted in a personal lightbulb. Moment for me. Which i'm going to share with you at the end of the podcast but listen to our conversation. I began biles. King loretta to introduce herself. I live outside of san francisco. I'm a grandmother of two. I'm a retired college professor. And i've been a writer I retired early like as soon as they would. Let me out the door. And so i've been writing books.

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"loretta" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

Goodbye to Alcohol

02:07 min | 2 months ago

"loretta" Discussed on Goodbye to Alcohol

"So let's let's dive into alcohol little bits. Can you explain what goes on in our brain when we become depend on. Alcohol mean for most of us some the people i work with. We started off his social drinkers in our twenties in office. No problems and then. By the time we got to our forties or fifties we were. We moved more into self-medication using it to manage all stress to relax so when we tried to cut down we found. We couldn't so that seems to be a very average story for for a woman have fifty sixty these days. So what's going on in our brain so everyone needs to manage stress. Our brain naturally creates a lot of stress because that kept our ancestors alive. So we're always alert for potential threats and we defined threats with neural pathways from whatever triggered your cortisol in the past so in the past whatever hurt you ever upset you whether it was big or small the chemical that was released connected neurons that turn on the chemical more easily today. So we're all challenge to find ways to manage the stress and the interesting fascinating thing is would ever worked when you were young that built a pathway. I came from sort of unhappy home and my father is given a free trip so all of a sudden my parents who never left home they were like traveling now. There are very fearful so that when they travel like they didn't leave the hotel much but is it came addicted to traveling. Because that was what i learned was like. Oh when you feel bad. You start researching a trip. I worked to save money for trip as soon as i took the trip. I focused on the next trip. So whenever i was upset about anything i focused on travelling at work.

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The Happy Brain With Loretta Breuning PhD

Goodbye to Alcohol

02:07 min | 2 months ago

The Happy Brain With Loretta Breuning PhD

"So let's let's dive into alcohol little bits. Can you explain what goes on in our brain when we become depend on. Alcohol mean for most of us some the people i work with. We started off his social drinkers in our twenties in office. No problems and then. By the time we got to our forties or fifties we were. We moved more into self-medication using it to manage all stress to relax so when we tried to cut down we found. We couldn't so that seems to be a very average story for for a woman have fifty sixty these days. So what's going on in our brain so everyone needs to manage stress. Our brain naturally creates a lot of stress because that kept our ancestors alive. So we're always alert for potential threats and we defined threats with neural pathways from whatever triggered your cortisol in the past so in the past whatever hurt you ever upset you whether it was big or small the chemical that was released connected neurons that turn on the chemical more easily today. So we're all challenge to find ways to manage the stress and the interesting fascinating thing is would ever worked when you were young that built a pathway. I came from sort of unhappy home and my father is given a free trip so all of a sudden my parents who never left home they were like traveling now. There are very fearful so that when they travel like they didn't leave the hotel much but is it came addicted to traveling. Because that was what i learned was like. Oh when you feel bad. You start researching a trip. I worked to save money for trip as soon as i took the trip. I focused on the next trip. So whenever i was upset about anything i focused on travelling at work.

Don't Call People out -- Call Them In

TED Talks Daily

02:00 min | 2 months ago

Don't Call People out -- Call Them In

"First of all thank you all for listening to me. I come to y'all because most black women don't go the klu klux klan rallies on purpose. I did because it was my job. I've monitored hate groups. But i really wanted to find out how people could hate strangers so much. Mostly i wanted to work for peace and justice but fortunately for me my mentor at the time was the legendary civil rights leader. Reverend ct period. Who'd been an aide to dr martin luther king and see ts to say when you ask people to give up hate the you need to be there for them when they do now the time. Ct set those words. I started muttering under my breath. Because you can't curse out a preacher you know. But if i didn't make any sistemi to me because if the clan hated black folks al's all right with hating them back sounded okay to me but then something happened. It became my job to help people who were leaving hate groups and then once i got the norm i couldn't hate him anymore and then i got confused. I'm a survivor. A racial violence rape and incest. And i needed to find another moral compass for my life's work and the conference had this schiff from hate to love and so that improbable journey is why i'm here to talk to you today. Because i really really want to build a culture and a world that invites people in instead of pushing them out is called a calling in culture

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Another Group Favored By Chicago's Loretto Hospital Exec Got Vaccinated Early

WGN Programming

01:05 min | 7 months ago

Another Group Favored By Chicago's Loretto Hospital Exec Got Vaccinated Early

"Hospital is accused of giving covert 19 vaccines to another group of ineligible recipients. According to W Be easy. Nearly 30. People from a neighboring Grethe Orthodox Parish got the shot earlier this month without qualifying. Others with connections to the hospital leadership have been able to do the same, including judges and workers at Trump Tower, Ah, high end jewelry store and a steakhouse mere life, it said. Loretta needs to come clean about the extent Repeatedly that Momir we're doing that. But clearly that's not true. And so now it feels like it's death by 1000 cuts for them where I'm quite my understanding is there's at least one other story in the works. So they've got to take care of their business They've got to do. Ah, Folsom applauded and you've gotta own responsibility for what has happened. That is not happened yet. And then they've got a reported the C V P H and truthfully, the mayor is waiting for that internal audit before deciding how to proceed below. Roberto is no longer receiving first doses of the vaccine. The hospital's C 00 has resigned.

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Women Share Why They Fight For Reproductive Justice

Ordinary Equality

05:40 min | 7 months ago

Women Share Why They Fight For Reproductive Justice

"Welcome back to ordinary equality. I'm jimmy wilson a writer editor and feminist activist. And i'm kate. Kelly human rights attorney and feminist activist. Today we're talking about an issue that has been undercurrent of a lot of what we've covered so far reproductive justice it's a framework created by black women to center our needs in the midst of a movement that has ignored us for far too long. This episode we're going to discuss some of the reproductive injustice. That continued post emancipation. And how it spurred the founding of a movement bill to address the inequity and the mistrust caused by centuries of reproductive oppression at the end of the episode will learn white folks myself included can do to better center marginalized and underrepresented voices in this conversation. And what organizations are doing on the ground to ensure reproductive justice the slave breeding industry we discussed in episode three left a painful and persistent legacy in this country. Professor jennifer morgan talked about how the historic commodification of black bodies set the stage for ongoing mistreatment of folks embedding generational trauma that persists today that shamas sits beneath much more recent oppression of reproductive rights throughout most of the twentieth century. Eugenics campaigns flourished in the united states quickly becoming the dominant scientific view. The goal was to exterminate all so-called undesirable qualities in society through often-forced selective breeding and sterilization mental illnesses criminal records unwanted racial traits low intelligence levels and even poverty were considered undesirable indicators leading scientists. Believed that all these traits could and should be selectively bred out of the human population by any means necessary as we now know all of these ideas have since been proven to be as false as they are immoral. Time and time again. In the heyday of eugenics thirty-three states allowed involuntary sterilization on groups lawmakers claimed were unfit have children in california mental institutions. Alone about twenty thousand for sterilizations between nineteen o nine and nineteen seventy-nine unsurprisingly. People of color in immigrants were far more likely to be selected as an undesirable group worthy for sterilization mainstream. Scientists pushed these views. As fact margaret sanger the founder of planned. Parenthood got involved in the eugenics movement as she tried to promote reproductive rights. On october sixteenth. Nine hundred sixteen sanger opened the first birth control clinic in the united states. In order to push the idea of birth control rights forward. She consorted with leaders in the ever growing eugenics movement. She even personally advocated for selective breeding herself in one thousand nine hundred ninety one article. She wrote quote. The most urgent problem. Today is how to limit and discourage the over fertility of the mentally and physically defective as damning as that is. There's more to the story. Here's loretta ross. A professor at smith college and former national coordinator of sister song women of color reproductive justice collective on sanger's legacy her involvement in movement. But i also contextualized wbz devos was vaulted with the jenex movement. And so because it was a popular pseudoscience at that time a lot of people were involved in it. And so to single out margaret sanger as the demon is trying to eliminate the black race is just bad historical research because in fact. She was far ahead of her time. Even i called in a sectional list one day because in nineteen teams retired nineteen sixteen. She about poverty. She wrote about racism she wrote about all the inner sexual issues. We're talking about now. One hundred years later she was so ahead of her time and so she was an accident. Early intersection analyst. Who made some mistakes. But then everybody i know. Who's a human being makes. Mistakes if i wanted to do an analysis of everything dr martin luther king junior it wrong. It's an attention. But maybe they demonize him as they do margaret sanger. Many anti-choice advocates claim. That singer sought to eliminate black people from america altogether. That couldn't be less true. She focused the spread of birth control on poor communities many of which were largely populated with people of color. But it's because they were more likely to be susceptible to unwanted pregnancies and she wrote in one thousand nine fourteen enforced. Motherhood is the most complete denial of women's right to life and liberty. It's definitely disturbing to read about many of sanger's eugenic spaced beliefs. Today though she later repudiated everything. About the idea of selective breeding we still have to contend with the damage her involvement in the movement when a well known figure participates in such a harmful ideology it may provide others the justification to do the same. Her language may also have sowed increased wariness and communities of color after atrocities committed by nazi germany on earth. The terror born from the disgusting ideology of eugenics the vocal public support for the movement fizzled and most sleep died in the united states. But for sterilization continued behind the scenes for decades and still takes place today as we'll discuss later in the

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Are You Eligible? Here's Who Qualifies for COVID Vaccine Under Chicago's Phase 1C

Chicago's Afternoon News

04:06 min | 7 months ago

Are You Eligible? Here's Who Qualifies for COVID Vaccine Under Chicago's Phase 1C

"Chicago will move to phase one Sea of Cove in 19 vaccination eligibility on March 29th. But Dr Ellison, our body of the city's Department of Public Health, cautions that vaccines may not be available right away. More vaccine is coming. April or May is going to be your opportunity to get vaccinated in Phase one C in Chicago Phase one C means that residents with underlying health conditions and other essential workers such as restaurant employees can get vaccinated. They're Lightfoot says she was disappointed to learn that Loretta Hospital distributed dozens of covert 19 vaccines to workers at Trump Hotel in downtown Chicago, who were not yet eligible to get the shots. But they recognize that this is mistaking absolutely could never be repeated, and it's a cautionary tale. For any other provider. Hospital officials said The vaccine event held at the downtown hotel was meant to benefit mostly black and brown workers. Loretta Hospital, which operates on the city's West side, was the first facility to administer the vaccine in Chicago.

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Riot Games Loses Alienware as LoL Partner, Denies Allegations Towards CEO

Esports Minute

02:23 min | 7 months ago

Riot Games Loses Alienware as LoL Partner, Denies Allegations Towards CEO

"So we need to talk about Ride game CEO and the allegations against him on the dreams and the sports minute from E Sports Network have to say my last two weeks in the show. Certainly haven't been overly wage doesn't and today is no different. Here's the background on January 7th. Former Ride Games employees Sharon O'donnell filed a lawsuit against her former boss right game CEO Nicola rent in that lawsuit O'Donnell alleged that Lorenz had created a hostile work environment and had fired her after she denied his sexual advances among other issues that lawsuit is still ongoing but this week sought a big piece of news around it. The first was Alienware a major partner of the Legends Esports cutting its deal with Riot games short. According to Jacob Wolfe now at. E sports that deal was set to continue through January 8th 2022, but Alienware wanted to terminated ten months early wolf also has reported that ride games image impacted by allegations like the ones with the rent as well as the ongoing discrimination lawsuit home. And the neon controversy of the last summer played an important part in Alien, we're leaving the deal early right games is still in that lawsuit with many former female employees around sex discrimination in the workplace is an issue that came to light with the Kotaku article from 2018 Ride Games is currently focusing legal efforts in that case on pushing the lawsuit to arbitration the neon controversy centered around right about accepting a sponsorship from a new city in Saudi Arabia at faced immediate backlash from fans casters and parts of the community do to Saudi Arabia's poor record on human rights in a variety of different areas. But the most topical impact on Ride Games image is those allegations towards threat yesterday right games announced that the right games board found no wrongdoing by the rent and recommended no sanctions following a third-party investigation the recommendation of no sanctions came from three people doing the investigating of a law firm to review of the allegations that law firm was hired by Riot but it was not the same Law Firm that is representing them in the case against O'Donnell the three people reviewing the law firms report were young May Moon a Harvard Business School professor and part of riots board as well as two unnamed male c-level Executives at 10 sent the Chinese company that owns Riot for his part. Loretta has denied the allegations in a company-wide email while O'Donnell's lawyers have pledged to follow this up in court.

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Reproductive Justice & Women in the COVID Economy

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

04:41 min | 8 months ago

Reproductive Justice & Women in the COVID Economy

"Monica. Thank you for being with us today. Thank you so much for having me really is honored to be on the show with you today and to being conversation about reproductive justice. So i tell us what brought you to doing reproductive. Justice work and tell us a little bit abou- calling in reproductive justice in some people call her reproductive freedom. What brings me to reproductive justice. You know To answer that question. I have to take myself back to my hometown of wingate north carolina which is in rural north carolina. Honor one of those small one. Stop light kind of towns off a two lane highway and growing up in the rural south is. It's beautiful in so many ways that also opened my eyes to a lot at a very young age growing up in my community. I went to a school where there was only abstinence only education so we were desperately trying to find ways to have conversations about our bodies and to to talk about the feelings in the urges that we were getting as we were growing into adolescence and there was no space to do that until we had to find those things on our own and to create community with each other in huddle up in spaces to try to get this information in that to me. Just didn't seem right but we were doing the best that we could in. You know the church black church was episode for me my community. It's where i learned how to organize. I learned the had a voice. I mean there's just so much to Organizing route that. I get to the black church right because it was just an important piece in my journey however it was also a space where you know. We couldn't talk about bodies. It was just not the conversation that people were trying to have but almost every young girl that was in my church in so many that were in my community outreach. That went to school with. They were having children before graduating high school. And i'm like it's obvious that we're doing it. It's obvious that you know he's a conversation that we need to have and we just weren't having them and you know i i left wingate. I went to an h. b. c. You and came out while i was in school and it was like another part of my journey of understanding my body consent intimacy all different things that come along with growing into a young adult and i still felt. There wasn't a lot of space to have these conversations and I was desperately seeking those spaces and just trying to put the pieces together for myself. And so i think it's the experiences on. Unfortunately i also dealt with sexual assault in my adolescence as well as these experiences just all came together. And i didn't know what the term was yet but i knew that these issues were important to me in. I wanted to find answers and solutions to help me into also help those folks in our community that cared about. And so when. I put that beside you know reproductive justice movement that was started by black women in nineteen ninety four. The world starts collide. Right so yeah wasserman. Twelve black women actually came together. Some of which are very active in the work today. Like loretta ross. And dr tony bond able may will thomas here in georgia. These black women came together to create a framework that was more expansive in when thinking about our reproductive lives in this country and they brought together social justice in reproductive health and rights to talk about the intersection of her lives of black women and to have an organizing frame that allowed us to really talk about the myriad of issues. Right that we deal with lear making our decisions about our reproductive lives and so this framework was developed in nineteen ninety four battles women in now it is led by women of color all across country. Today right where we are all fighting for the human rights to have the children that we want in the ways that we want to prevent pregnancies without shame and with dignity to be able to parent our children in healthy and safe environments rights. We we we can already see the intersections of our work in terms of you know making sure i were not being plagued by you know. Environmental issues are making our water. Unclean or police brutality and we think about the rising rates of maternal mortality in this country and ultimately nova's work is really about our human rights bodley autonomy to make our own decisions about our bodies therefore our lives and so that's what reproductive justice is. It's the work it's not political home. It's where i feel whole and complete and those experiences again of growing up. Is that country. Girl and unique county is what really brought me to this work. And i didn't know that there was a movement waiting for me but it was.

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Washington, DC rioters acted on Trump's 'orders,' Democrats say in trial

Mandy Connell

00:55 sec | 8 months ago

Washington, DC rioters acted on Trump's 'orders,' Democrats say in trial

"Impeachment managers are again laying out their case against former President Trump in his Senate trial today, is expected to be the last day for House managers and tomorrow. Trump's team is expected to start his defense. Congressman Jamie Raskin told senators today The pro trump insurrection did not spring into life out of thin air. We saw how Trump spent months cultivating America's most dangerous extremist groups. We saw how he riled them up with corrosive lies and violent rhetoric so much so that they were ready and eager for their most dangerous mission. Invalidating the will of the people to keep Donald Trump in office. Loretta Congresswoman Diana did get says the rioters believe they were following Trump's orders and their statements after the attack. Insurrectionist routinely echoed what they had said before and during the attack. They were there because the president told them to be.

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"loretta" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

Bitcoin Radio

03:56 min | 9 months ago

"loretta" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio

"Tell me about yourself your your background. And how did you get into crypto. i'm Really trade on a trading floor with the pace of paper and a Pixel in a three bond pitch in nineteen ninety one so school. I think students they alternatively asset class series. I got into crypto. After i tried to retire of was running as plug banks in india not decided to get back to australia and i decided to retire but then i had to come. Conversation on bats lowest getting into the city with the head of the astride securities and investment commission Equivalent of the. us Say is very different. The by and he said russia unitil to single blockchain. because it's going to change the world. At the time. I thought he was talking about monographs because we have daughters decide vij so i spend the weekend Confused that helped more process to change the world but when we met again i was time so i have baynes Said two thousand fourteen. I was riveted tried to. I didn't look at blockchain for to start with oprah counties. I actually not how the help may what i did. My house lot is attributed to china and one thing that we've always had pined about on me tried bach. it's exit. Classes was the time to clear and settle so clearance settlement system which took eight plus three take straight to clear equity in australia for a small stock exchange. I told the stock exchange to obtain. So that was my introduction to china and then i decided that i'd been have a look at what bitcoin was and i found it very two run stand on on. What is this thing. So i spent the next couple of us via las spaniels Systems faking to develop his. I'm offended. robert. Kahn will internet. He wrote the to particle. Nci pays all. I miss him one day. Because he was on. Google and i said bob my name's without a need to understand what she built. I don't think he got too many telephone calls like ask that. Bob has been mental. So i spent a lot of time. Now seems to Undestanding protocols In understanding what the what the incident did and and how that was built on the electrical engineering. Let's those bank shops. So then i looked did become wasn't always thinking we're calling these things wrong. The wrong terminology. As i said i was in marketing to structure to promise case giants looking at quebec howard was What did a crypto exchange wasn't. I'm thinking well no no talking the same language so then i helped set up. Something called starting digital chamber of commerce in ways said about washing the self-regulations bitcoin. Because i thought this doesn't understand what they're doing and nobody else understands. Said this little confusion Then seems of then became a regulator so then one regularises. The government started to come to me. What what what is this vice. And what is it. I'm so the first thing i did. Try to build this clearance settlement system in australia on stock exchange. The jockey shines we strive in stock exchange head. I had meant mandatory against monopoly and Day a software is written in the corporation. That strategy anais will. This is not good young. I remember when we moved from rainfall. Triggers today destroyed. We built outrace make systems because we had nothing else to do with the by about next sale but the chest. The clearest of strength shines inherently came into existence because we didn't have technology so the corporations act times mistrial. There is now room for other people to come into that space. So that was my those sort of against road into regulation and

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FSC Mauritius' Loretta Joseph on Her Road Into Crypto Regulation

Bitcoin Radio

03:56 min | 9 months ago

FSC Mauritius' Loretta Joseph on Her Road Into Crypto Regulation

"Tell me about yourself your your background. And how did you get into crypto. i'm Really trade on a trading floor with the pace of paper and a Pixel in a three bond pitch in nineteen ninety one so school. I think students they alternatively asset class series. I got into crypto. After i tried to retire of was running as plug banks in india not decided to get back to australia and i decided to retire but then i had to come. Conversation on bats lowest getting into the city with the head of the astride securities and investment commission Equivalent of the. us Say is very different. The by and he said russia unitil to single blockchain. because it's going to change the world. At the time. I thought he was talking about monographs because we have daughters decide vij so i spend the weekend Confused that helped more process to change the world but when we met again i was time so i have baynes Said two thousand fourteen. I was riveted tried to. I didn't look at blockchain for to start with oprah counties. I actually not how the help may what i did. My house lot is attributed to china and one thing that we've always had pined about on me tried bach. it's exit. Classes was the time to clear and settle so clearance settlement system which took eight plus three take straight to clear equity in australia for a small stock exchange. I told the stock exchange to obtain. So that was my introduction to china and then i decided that i'd been have a look at what bitcoin was and i found it very two run stand on on. What is this thing. So i spent the next couple of us via las spaniels Systems faking to develop his. I'm offended. robert. Kahn will internet. He wrote the to particle. Nci pays all. I miss him one day. Because he was on. Google and i said bob my name's without a need to understand what she built. I don't think he got too many telephone calls like ask that. Bob has been mental. So i spent a lot of time. Now seems to Undestanding protocols In understanding what the what the incident did and and how that was built on the electrical engineering. Let's those bank shops. So then i looked did become wasn't always thinking we're calling these things wrong. The wrong terminology. As i said i was in marketing to structure to promise case giants looking at quebec howard was What did a crypto exchange wasn't. I'm thinking well no no talking the same language so then i helped set up. Something called starting digital chamber of commerce in ways said about washing the self-regulations bitcoin. Because i thought this doesn't understand what they're doing and nobody else understands. Said this little confusion Then seems of then became a regulator so then one regularises. The government started to come to me. What what what is this vice. And what is it. I'm so the first thing i did. Try to build this clearance settlement system in australia on stock exchange. The jockey shines we strive in stock exchange head. I had meant mandatory against monopoly and Day a software is written in the corporation. That strategy anais will. This is not good young. I remember when we moved from rainfall. Triggers today destroyed. We built outrace make systems because we had nothing else to do with the by about next sale but the chest. The clearest of strength shines inherently came into existence because we didn't have technology so the corporations act times mistrial. There is now room for other people to come into that space. So that was my those sort of against road into regulation and

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Fed Holds Policy Steady as Economy Stumbles

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:51 min | 9 months ago

Fed Holds Policy Steady as Economy Stumbles

"Learn a bit more about what we got from the Fed, joining us. Kathleen Hays, Global economics and policy editor at Bloomberg News. She's here in our New York City bureau, along with Dave Wilson, stock cetera Bloomberg News on the remote access from New Jersey. So Kathleen, I feel like steady, she goes, We know pretty much what we expected from the Fed what we expected, and that's going to be very reassuring to the markets. Because there has been there been comments made in the last say two or three months by a handful of Fed officials that depending on the economy, they could see that that's starting to taper its bond purchases in the second half of this year. So what they said today I think, Let me grab another headline here. That is very important. The Fed repeats. His policy statement that it's buys its its bond buys will continue until quote substantial further progress and I'll add to that headline has been made because this is language. They've added recently to underscore that they want to see not just the moderating economy and job market they mentioned which were what you were just reading from the headlines. They want to see not just inflation, starting to move higher. They want to see inflation at 2% and above. They want to see Ah lot better job growth. They want to see claims coming down and Kathleen. They're willing to let it run a little bit of hot. We've heard this a lot from Jay Powell and company that because because they want to see and make sure that the economy gets back on a firm, two things here number one you got left around. Hot, I think is the idea to ever even have a chance in wrecked and you know where. To get inflation above 2% H e double toothpicks is there you go, baby. And then the second thing is, you know something they even added. It's a small thing, but it means a lot. I think when they said that the economy's path will depend significantly, they said, not just on the crown of fire itself, but also on progress with inoculations. That's another word for vaccinations, right? So they're very hopeful as many people are that the vaccine rollout will go quickly. When I spoke to Lord investors, President Clinton Kansas City Fed A couple Excuse me. Cleveland Fed Sorry, Loretta story yesterday on straight there you go on now two powerful women there don't want that. They're fed banks mixed up. But she said she thinks by the third quarter will have not full vaccination, but so much of the population will have it that that's why we're going to start seeing a really strong rebound. To the economy at the press conference, J pal, That's where two be listening for I think one more interesting thing I've been thinking about the last couple of days. If we start seeing that strong rebound, and there's all this like another, maybe $2 trillion of stimulus being debated, you know, one of you will have in the middle here is Janet Yellen and she has said Right now, you gotta act big. You gotta act now. But I think this is a very interesting question that Republicans will probably raise. Look over getting ready for a big rebound. Do we really need to spend that much now? I hope that's another question. A J. Pollock. It's asked today

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How to Call People In (Instead of Calling Them Out)

10% Happier with Dan Harris

05:05 min | 9 months ago

How to Call People In (Instead of Calling Them Out)

"Loretta great to meet you. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for having me on your show. Fortunately or unfortunately this is the perfect moment to have you on I wish it was a calmer moment in history but given that it's not i'm glad that Have the chance to talk to you. When i woke up on wednesday morning after the election. I was you for 'cause. I knew that we had turned georgia blue. And in five hours later i was Because we have so much further to go to bring our country back from the brink of self destruction and so royal emotions right now because i fear for our democracy even though i call myself the queen of the call in culture. There's some people. I don't want to call it at all. I'm gonna call him out because they enabled this insurrection. Seems to be that. If they can't control it they don't wanna share a democracy. You said before that you have the the the moniker of the queen of the call in culture. Do you have any hope that there are some constructive calling in that can be done at this time in a country where we are really at each other's throats all at each other's throat if you don't mind out indulging me tell you how i see the world i think that first of all i live in ninety percent bubble of people who are progressive sometimes even call us radical which i don't mind i consider that a compliment but the people that i most in conversation with. We understand that. There's things like racism. Sexism homophobia transphobia immigration violence. At all of that stuff going in the world we even have our own little lexicon of all the 'isms that we talk about and part of my problem is that we in the ninety percent bubble. Spend too much time trying to turn ourselves into one hundred percent. i like. we're supposed to perfectly align with every thought as if i work on women's rights that means i'm doing something wrong because i'm not working on trance. Right if are working on trance rights. Doing something wrong. If i'm not working on racial justice on and on and on that's why i call us a circular firing squad because we're all on the same team but we spend our best anger on each other for not being cult members. We're all supposed to be. Apparently one hundred percent aligned. Outside of us are what. I call the seventy five percenters. These are people. Who don't use our insider jargon of homophobia all of these other words but they're lined with us in a world view. So since i'm a women's rights activists a seventy five percent for me would be somebody like the girl scouts where they may not be organizing the girl scouts to market a protests. Like i would. But at the same time they worked for women's and girls empowerment so they will be my ally even if they are repelled by jargon. So i'm gonna to find a way to talk to them in a register the fake it here versus the register that i used for the ninety percenters. Outside of the seventy five percenters are the middle of the roaders. Did a fifty percent of those people like my parents. My father was a lifer in the military in the army very conservative retired. After twenty six years my mother was a southern evangelical christian woman and there probably wasn't a whole lot of common language evacuate us from ninety percent bubble on my parents but at the same time. They taught me their values. And i'll tell you a conversation that my mom had. I had one day back in the fifties. My mother has started a black girl. Scout troops in san antonio was because black girls want allow to join the white girl scouts troops and every weekend we had to cook food and feed it to the homeless people in san antonio and so mom could never figure out hat what is social justice. Human rights activists did and finally. I put it to us and mom deliver when we had to feed the homeless people when i was a girl scout and she of course she she said yes. I said well as human rights activists. I asked why they're hungry in the first place and she got it because she said oh okay i feed them and you wanna know why they're hungry and so you can use that kind of values driven language to talk to fifty percents if you stay away from your jargon and your assumptions that they don't have values that you can agree with

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Michael Eric Dyson Explains Why 'Economic Recovery Should Be Targeted Toward Have Nots'

Influencers with Andy Serwer

03:10 min | 10 months ago

Michael Eric Dyson Explains Why 'Economic Recovery Should Be Targeted Toward Have Nots'

"Talk about wealth and income inequality disproportionately affecting people of color and should the economic recovery measures be targeted therefore to these people and if so, how can that be the tough one? Yeah. Well, yeah, they definitely need to be targeted toward the less, you know fortunate and the Have Nots versus to have God's they're all kind of see but dead. You know, you got to get beyond the obsession with those socialism doctor King said we got socialism for the rich and free enterprise for the poor, right the ones who are really getting socialism and communism that goes up at the top who are Distributing their cash among themselves. There are many redistributive mechanisms to those who are beneath. Look at our housing policies. If if housing is the entree in the middle class, that's a huge mechanism of economic wealth that can be measured and we can do stuff about opening up housing markets making them more Ecuador standing with the Supreme Court saying that certain practices is not just a the consequence of it used to be I mean the intent like if you had intent to harm somebody with housing or be prejudiced thoughts, okay, you were wrong, but if the consequence was that they were still harmed. So what the Supreme Court said? No, you gotta look at consequences. Well, so outcomes are as just important just as important job. As intent that's one way another way of these educational disparities. If there is a correlation roughly hewn between what kind of education you have and what kind of money you make then it would behoove us to enforce certain educational practices that pay attention to the least of these and if the tax base is the determinant for education and so many Iraq owes then the government which has been a beneficiary of and it you know of a kind of you know, Jim Crow approach an apartheid racially speaking in the law passed to you know, fill its coffers for white education vs. Black one then we owe some money toward those people who are at the bottom of the totem pole and then figuring out what kind of jobs and job-training could help black and Indigenous and Latin X people to get higher up on the totem pole. Those are a few things that can be done and stop the voter suppression. That would be Huge thing that now those things get fought in courts, but they can also the Attorney General can have engagement with these issues on local municipalities and finally in terms of leasing, you know, under Obama Eric Holder and then Loretta Lynch, but especially Eric Holder was talking about these consent decrees and looking at these police departments and it's another thing to be done again. So look at them cuz police departments are extracting all kinds of monies. Look at Ferguson, Missouri all kind of money from the local people making their coffers fill while depleting resources for people on the ground. Those are a few ways and few things we can do to make sure that we can Target those monies toward the most vulnerable.

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McConnell says stimulus deal done, but no votes until Monday

The Daily Dive

02:40 min | 10 months ago

McConnell says stimulus deal done, but no votes until Monday

"But with a little bit of an uncertainty here but it does appear that members of the senate in the house have agreed to this deal as you said is going to get folks. Another round of stimulus checks The same sort of income caps that applied before. If you didn't get one last time you're probably not getting one. This time you got one last time. You're probably getting on this time There is some money in there for small businesses. There's very little amount in there. Four restaurants loretta sanchez. Said it wasn't enough but there is some money for restaurants a as you said the states and local governments say that they really need some more money and so there is some money in there to help pay for vaccine distributions which has been left for the states to figure out not the federal government that it's not as much money as the states in the local government had hoped for it also doesn't include what was mitch mcconnell's top priority which is liability protections for businesses that continue to operate in the pandemic. And so they're all sort of hopeful that maybe next year when president biden takes over they might be able to negotiate some kind of deal that would include that liability and that state and local government. Money this coronavirus stimulus package is also going to be paired up with a one point four trillion dollar omnibus spending bill. They're still a little back and forth on that. I believe but They're they're expecting to get it all done. Hopefully before christmas hopefully said the government would shut down on sunday night. If they don't have what they call a short term cr because As you said it's been paired with this omnibus bill That's funding government Against speaking in the future we don't expect the government to shut down. They appear to be moving his her. Get this all done. Get it off finished. So they can go home and have christmas and new year's and comeback and start a new congress in january and then new president later in the month. Let's move onto this hack that we heard about this past week. It's something that had been going on for months. They think as early as march several government agencies had been hacked the pentagon the treasury national institutes of health homeland security. All the experts believed that it was russian intelligence. Who did the secretary of state. Mike pompeo also said the same and then comes president trump and says hey you never know it could have been china Downplayed the whole thing saying the media is making it worse than it actually was but these hackers were in the systems for months. There's a lot of criticism against president one not believing his officials as usual and then also not wanting to criticize russia. As you said this is sort of one of the most large-scale hacks that we've seen of the federal

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Why Diphenhydramine Is No Longer the Go-To Drug for Your Seasonal Allergies

Real Life Pharmacology - Pharmacology Education for Health Care Professionals

01:39 min | 11 months ago

Why Diphenhydramine Is No Longer the Go-To Drug for Your Seasonal Allergies

"Are talking about diphenhydramine which The most commonly used brand name is benadryl. This is a first generation antihistamine so long longtime ago. Many many many years ago The majority of people would use diphenhydramine for things like a seasonal allergies. Now we've since had the advent of second generation antihistamines and the big difference. There was sedation. Diphenhydramine is very sedating. Compared to a drug like loretta dean for example which is a second generation and a histamine so while diphenhydramine is has fallen on a favor. And you don't see it used terribly often for like seasonal allergies and allergic rhinitis. I definitely still see this medication. Used a lot and i would say The number one thing. I see it used for is sleep and its sedative properties Seems like a lot of the geriatric patients that i work with us. This stuff like candy to help them go to sleep. And and there's lots of reasons why that shouldn't be done or we should do everything in our power to avoid using this medication for sleep. And i'll i'll talk about some of those but Sleep allergic rhinitis. I'll definitely see it for Itching that's not controlled by other things or it's from unidentifiable 'cause basically symptomatic management of itching

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Montana joins Missing and Murdered project, Indigenous Women Task Force, and Navajo COVID surge

Native America Calling

03:59 min | 11 months ago

Montana joins Missing and Murdered project, Indigenous Women Task Force, and Navajo COVID surge

"This is national native antonio gonzalez the confederated sailfish and kootenai tribes. In north west montana are participating in the national pilot project to improve coordination between agencies investigating missing and murdered indigenous persons cases yellowstone. Public radio's caitlyn. Nicholas reports the us department of justice recently developed protocols for federal tribal and state law enforcement to work together more efficiently which the k- kt will adapt into a tribal community response. Plan that specific to the flathead. Craig couture the cs kt. Police chief says this plan will help. When investigations cross jurisdictional lines gives us each a piece of this puzzle to put together or we have input on how. We're going to do this. So when we come together is going to be seamless for the hand off on who's going to be the lead jurisdiction if it goes into multiple jurisdiction who follows up on that it gives us a better opportunity to solve these cases and to bring some of these people home. See chairwoman shelly. Says the tribal council met with federal state and tribal agencies on tuesday to start adapting the doj's protocols to fit the community find says the cs kt were motivated to participate. After one of their own. Germain charro went missing in two thousand eighteen and has yet to be found so very excited to roll up our sleeves next week can start working on these guides in these guys are designed to be versatile enough to fit into each individual tribal community after working with the cs. Kt in the coming weeks the doj plans to go through the same process with other montana. Tribes i'm caitlyn nicholas wisconsin's missing murdered indigenous women's task force met virtually for its first meeting friday to begin work. The task forces seeking to address abduction homicide violence and trafficking of indigenous women. The group's identifying solutions and gathering data tribal representatives elders law enforcement. Judges and state leaders are among members of the task. Force there will also be opportunities for public. Participation through workgroups updated public health. Emergency orders go into effect. Monday on the navajo nation as the try abc's a surge in covid nineteen cases. Stay at home. Orders are extended fifty-seven our weekend lockdowns are being re implemented and essential businesses will only be open on weekdays from seven to seven the updated orders. Come days after navajo. Indian health service medical and healthcare providers say the tribes now in the major health care crisis during a virtual forum last week. Health officials pleaded with the public to stay home and take precautions to help reduce the surge in new covid. Nineteen cases and hospitalizations doctor. Loretta christianson chief medical officer for the navajo area. Ihs says hospital resources are stretched thin. Sure you that we will provide the best quality care possible but if we all don't stop coverted we will run out of beds. We will run out of nurses and we will run out of supplies. So we're asking each and every one of you today to help us. Please don't travel please. Don't gather or attend any events we he's wear your masks in this includes with your family you need to continuously wash your hands or use hand sanitizer and you need to socially distance everywhere. You go as of sunday. The number of positive covid nineteen cases reached seventeen thousand nine hundred m15 the navajo area. Ihs has reported. Nearly all icu. Beds are at full capacity. And they have limited resources including medical staff and few options to transport patients to regional hospitals because they're also near capacity navajo health professionals and tribal leaders say the second wave of covid. Nineteen is more severe than what the tribe saw in april. And may i'm antonia gonzalez.

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"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

"Quickly. But you know read was like learning like. So people do these things in the music business when she just didn't. You know look for her. Yes. So threat saw a lot on tour learning about people in their behaviors. Most people think that her songs are all about her and her relationship with do. But she'd really write about things that she saw like the song. You ain't woman enough to take my man about a young woman who came to her show one night found the Rutta and told her that her husband. was there that night with another woman and at the same time? Loretta. Just said to her. Don't worry about it. You Go and you get your man kind of like how she had done when do. Cheating on her and so let's listen to that song. You ain't woman enough to take my man..

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"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

"Okay. So this mystery man who was giving them money in this business guy, his name was Mr Burleigh. He was financing their record and he was really happy with their success. He paid for them to do a promotion trip around the country. He really was man and he wanted ready to learn as much about the industry as she could, and if she ever got the chance to be on a major label, he said he would release her from her contract because he didn't want to stand in her way what an amazing Guida have for support. That's that's fantastic. I know it's like a nice refreshing oriented. Absolutely. Waiting for me to be like, but he didn't stick to his word and there was A. Role. But no, he like he's talked to it so. That's fabulous. So Loretta doolittle went on Tour and not being able to afford to stay in motels they slept in their car and they eight Baloney Sandwiches Bologna and cheese. Thing she. CanNot Baloney? Sandwich. So, she only had one dress and a list of radio stations. They turn the dial when they got close, she changed her dress and they'd go into the radio station. So small or large, they would hit all of the radiation that they could. She still kind of looked like a kid and do never let her wear makeup. So the disc jockeys were always kind of really nice to her. So she says. At one place. They were all really nice to her except for like the sky at I I. One place I asked if they had me record and they said, no. But I looked out the corner of my eye and I spotted it in the garbage can. I asked politely if I could give them a copy. They said. All right. I walked over to the garbage can and I handed him the record. They smiled all sheepish like. But ever since then the studio has been behind me all the way. Man The read out for her for not letting like. You know affect her. Yeah. She eventually loved you know chatting at radio stations and meeting all the boys do would sit in the car and listen to her on the radio. In Arizona met a very nice disc jockey around the same age as her me had pimples and greasy hair. They ended up sending letters back and forth until he got into singing to she says. Waylon Jennings. That's who it was. Yeah. I. Love. The way that she kinda tells these stories like she builds it up a little bit and then she's like I'm believe his name was Waylon Jennings. So. Yeah. She met someone named. Hugh. Cherry. who was the man who would break the Hillbilly records in California? So she gave him Honky tonk girl. He played it and she told that she was going to get to the Grand Ole opry and he said, you know it usually takes about four years to get there. But Loretta did it that very same year? Oh, my goodness like the same year that she started singing me to record. She made it to the opry or you know pretty spent is crazy. Wow. And then it was L- listed with a few others as the most promising girl singer. Loretta is like moving fast. She's putting Novas e and she's got a good little team and she's got that real natural talents so. I love. and to be for her. Absolutely. While the disc jockeys did help her by playing her Music Loretta was lot to her fans, people started listening to her and liking her right away. So they would request her songs. They would buy her records and she says like there's really nothing like country music fans their fans for life. She even recognizes some of her fans all around the country. She says that most of her fan. Fan. Club is women and that's how she wants it. She says men have enough going for them. Women have to stick together. Yeah. I. Love Her so much goodness. So there were these sisters called. The Johnson Sisters who really helped Loretta First, they were huge fans. They pester club in Aurora, Colorado to Hire Loretta for one night. So Loretta hopped on the bus and she went alone. She was so nervous when she arrived, she said that the three girls were standing backstage and they were so friendly. It's like they had known each other all their lives. So like they were there, they put on the show for Loretta. They welcomed her with open arms. When they got there, you know amazing Patsy, Kline had played the club a week prior. And this is going to kind of kick off a little bit of a friendship between Loretta and Patty soon now, their worlds are going to start to. Soon. But booth that before Loretta went on, the girls had asked her like, aren't you going to get made up? And she never had before. So for the first time, Loretta, put on makeup the show success. And these girls stayed friends for life. Says they're not fans. Their friends are I love a One time. One of the Girls Bought Loretta, a short skirt and the said Oh. My God, you can see my kneecaps. Famous for a really long dresses and then address that like went up to her neck. You know and she gets outlook from in years. The girls even travel around their area asking for Loretta, S- records, and their juke boxes, and if they weren't there, they made sure they got put their Loretta had fan clubs all over, and once a year, she'd invite the fan club presidents out to have a party at her house a large meal. Dance, you know to say, thank you. She is just the most wonderful sweetest woman I love that she really cared about everyone who was helping her with her success. You Know Nia, she really tried her best to chat with fans after. But once she started playing many shows, she had begun to have the migraines that her father had. Played Her for many years. So lots of times after a show, she just have to go on a lie down in her bus. But before that, she tells a cute story about a time. She finished a show and there was a man in his eighties waiting by her bus. His daughter said that he was going to die soon and really wanted to meet her. So Loretta hugged him and gave him an autograph and you said. Take Me Homeboys, I'm ready to die now. So fans loved her, and she loved them. So while on the road, she was getting another real education. She knew from her marriage with do so far that married couples didn't always get along Loretta was told that people would like her singing better. If they didn't know she was married, but she didn't like really care about what people thought, and she eventually started wearing a wedding ring and didn't slow men down from giving her their numbers or asking if she'd have drinks with them after the show and sometimes guys will get out of hand drinking and try to grab her. But whenever I was around, he would take anyone outside who attempted anything like that. Or I bet, he would, when do wasn't traveling with the Reta Mr Burley's sent, this woman hired this woman to travel with her. So she thought it was for safety with the Woman Wanted Loretta to ride around in a convertible with the Bikini go on disk. Jockey because that's just the way it's done. So yeah, you wouldn't do any of that. She was going to sleep with anybody from the radio station to get a records played and the woman ended up getting fired pretty.

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"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

"His wife. It wasn't as easy as they thought, many places wouldn't even take their money to record. Loretta, but do persistent. So he found a place who agreed to let her make a record Loretta. Says that the recording studio was half the size of a motel room with machines and a few musicians. But they liked what they heard and they called in some really good pickers to come and play on her song. A few weeks later, they sent them a shipment records. Amazing. doolittle ever of A. Renaissance man had a hobby of photography, and so he took the photo of her for it. She said that the album was fine, but you know they were pitiful. They didn't know how to put out a record. Yeah. Send copies to radio stations all around the country, and even wrote up a little something about her life to go inside. So you know when they were packing the record, they would pack the photo that do took of her and this little letter, and they call the disc jockeys themselves to get played, and most of the time the DJ's played it. People would then hear the song on the radio and they would want to buy their record, but they couldn't get the record in stores fast enough. So the stores never had the records, but one day they're still guitar player came over and told them that their song was on the charts. So we're gonNA, read it in. Do didn't even know what the charts were. A top ten on July twenty, fifth nineteen, sixty billboard charts and number fourteen in the national country music charts. So we're into the nineteen sixties. So she mentioned having recorded two songs at the time for that record and I think this song called Honky tonk girl was really one of the first things that she had ever written and it started to get really popular and it really started to get played. So less listen to Honky tonk girl..

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"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

"More things at the time when Loretta was raising these children, her entertainment was staying home in singing along with the radio. Do would be out with the boys having a few years, and she would sit home and she'd sing so like a school training exactly exactly and so Loretta had not yet begun her singing career yet. And how it's just around this time. After having her four children and practicing singing at home, you know, do do little had given her a guitar for her fourteenth birthday, and so she'd been practicing more one day. DOOLITTLE said you know you're actually a really good singer. And then that is what Sparks Loretta is next sixty years into her music career, and that's where we're going to stop with part. One of Loretta Lynn Oh my God. That was so good, and I'm so glad you split it up because that was a lot to take in and so interesting in itself, and I can't wait to hear about her career in how that affected everything and this was great. My Goodness Loretta would've story. I know right so that I thought that her upbringing was so fascinating and I thought that all of those little details, and knowing all of that stuff about her was going to be really important to really understand how amazing her success was as a country music musician as a woman in music, and all of these things, so we'll finish their for today. You know our next episode that airs on regular time will be partout all about Lynn's singing career amazing. Thank you so much aunty. No problem and so we'll finish this episode by playing the pill or I am ready. We'll see you next time..

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"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

"Years old, her mother kind of took care of her whole family for a little while solar at his grandmother died, when Laura's mother was six, and then so she was on her own a lot, she she took care of other people's kids. She picked berries. She would sell them. Her mother really took care of people. She knew how to treat burns cold cuts, and would put out literal fires like when Loretta Dress on fire after she was sitting too close to the stove. Loretta mob, a t for every occasion, met of roots and herbs. She drank coffee and smoked, but never let her kids do either of those things. I'm going to read you a little bit hearer about what it was like to smart off to Mommy, and just kind of her dad would say okay, so I still got into my share of trouble with. Mommy I hated to wash dishes and do anything to get out of it I even hit the dirty dishes under the kitchen cabinet. One Time Mommy found out and cracked me over the head with a broomstick. Daddy saw this and said to her no wonder she don't have no sense at the time. Good Ole Daddy always sticking up for his little girl. You won't believe this, but it wasn't. Until after I was married. That I figured out. Daddy wasn't exactly praising his little girl. Oh well I mean I. Guess. It's nice that she can. Turn it into a funny story. Exactly him. After lettuce, father died, her mother moved to Indiana. Remarried I believe it was his first cousin and like I guess that's just a thing like it might sound weird to us, but it was like just the thing that they did. They knew him he was a good man. They trusted him and. She ended up working at a home for children with special needs. Her bosses would say that nobody can heal a child like she can. And apparently she could also read the coffee grounds to tell your future and had an extra sensory perception. Yeah she's pretty special woman. As a child, Loretta was mischievous, always fighting with her brothers. She liked to draw attention to herself so whatever she had done. The kids always forgave her. So the first born in her family was Melvin than it. Was Loretta Herman J Lee Peggy Sue Betty Ruth Donald Ray and I just saw the names her so cute. So the oldest and the youngest of the siblings were fifteen years apart. She'd help out her aunt with her children, and sometimes in the winter you would go three months without seeing anyone but your family, so you tend to get pretty close. She used to sleep on a pallet until she was nine and she would sleep in a room with all of her siblings, but her mother didn't want her sleeping in the same room as all of her brothers when she got about nine years old, so she moved into her parents room into a regular bed until the day she was married. Now No, it seems Kinda strange since. We're. Not GonNA address. But like just in case, let's just. Movie Atta there. Oh. No. So for meals. Sometimes they only had bread dipped in gravy or as a treat, coal miners steak, which is actually Baloney. They ate opossums, squirrels, and squirrel with gravy and biscuits. You know I wouldn't be surprised if my family back in you know in the day would shoot a possums. Cook them up, you know. I mean I guess that's what you did that. You know you gotta eat. Yep They used all parts of the animals, the intestines, the brains, the feet everything, and then they'd take what was left mix so bad of it. She tells a really funny story about a copperhead snake, and how careful you had to be around there. Her Dad actually had a pet snake. It was a black snake that would crawl up from the floorboards during dinner and he'd feed it, and then it would call back down and one time even crawled into bed with Jay Lee and one day when he was at work, her mother killed it with an axe because she didn't wanNA snake crawling in with her baby. Her, Dad was sad that he lost his little buddy. This little black snake shoes just protecting the baby's. Stomach chopping up a snake. So read. It really started singing when she would take care of the babies She would take them out to rock them on the porch. Sing to them. And once she was talking to her baby brother Jay LE- Her dad said that she was going to ruin his ears by singing so loud, but she loved singing loud. She talked about some of her interesting uncles, who made moonshine and went to jail for various things again. Book to get the kind of film detail on that, but it was one of her uncles that had heard her from singing up in the mountains, and said that she should really keep going with that and sounded really nice pro for Loretta schooling days. Way To make Laura's mother mad was to say that her children didn't have education. They did, but. Really, they could only get up to about grade four in butcher Holler I think there was the down in Van. Leer would go a little bit after that, but in the school and Van Leer had a teacher forever great, but for Loretta. It was one teacher from grades one to eight. So Loretta. Didn't have her driver's license for a long time because she was scared of taking the reading tests, but a public official she knew helped her get her license eventually, and it was kind of inspired by the Jaguar sports car that do gave her for Christmas in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety four, when she eventually got her license terms of the education that she did get, she was able to write out her own letters to disc jockeys and fans, and they said it was like she made up her own language because she'd write out. Words like remember is she did eventually get? Those letters the woman who helped take care of her children had two years of college experience and would help her right out postcards so. Good to her fans should send out six thousand postcards every winter. Her kids would even lick the stamps and she says she believes she should thank them. If they took the trouble to write a for sure, that's so cool. but back in the day they usually have six or seven teachers a year. It was really hard for the teachers to stick around. The kids gave them a really hard. A really hard time Loretta said that they were mean, and she was mean she was a mean kid, and there are a lot of meeting kids, but they're all kind of mean to each other unless they were. Growing up tough. Yup Loretta never had any boyfriends until do little came along. She was too busy fighting with boys to be interested in them. When she got older and school, she got a job going to school early to start the fire, she got paid a dollar a month show so cleaned erasers and did odd jobs. She went to school up to eighth grade and she liked eighth grade so much that she did it again, so she says bill forget wasn't any ninth grade. And even though they went to eighth grade since it was like only one schoolhouse, it really was only like getting up to fourth grade. So, however, that work, yeah, but she also liked school is there was singing there and the school house doubled as a church on Sundays raw so? That Laura's mom getting mad. People said that she didn't have.

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"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

"Was born on. April Fourteenth Nineteen thirty two. She believes horoscopes, and she was born the year of the Ram, so she's headstrong and doesn't like it when people tell her what to do. Interesting I don't even know what you're I was born, do you? Born! I was born the year of the Dragon. I'd have to look that up I'm the dragon that makes me I'm not really sure fiery fierce fears. Okay, let's Talk About Loretta as parents will begin with his father. He unfortunately died at only fifty one years old. He suffered from years of working in the mine and again. Unfortunately, he passed away before Loretta, even started singing. Oh, no, let's through bad. Bad Yes, even still Loretta feels like her father was the most important person in her life. She another one who is super connected to POPs Oh. Yeah, she had fourteen years of him, giving her love and security, and really taught her to have respect for herself, and to stand up for herself. Love it in the movie coal miner's daughter. The father is played by Lebron Helm Oh. Cool. Oh, yeah. He's really cute and I didn't even realize that he was actually such a good actor. I didn't realize that it was Leon home until after meteorologist Oh. Okay, he did a good job. Yeah, a worst feelings. In Loretta Life was leaving her father to go out west and she didn't see him right before he died, and it still pains her. So her father's name was Melvin Web, but everyone called him Ted. He was smaller man, but five foot, eight and one hundred seventeen pounds, and he was shy. But he could fix anything he could make anything and you pretty much had to do. Everything yourself up in the haulers, or you die so very self sufficient. His parents lived in butcher Holler, and they were one of the first families that settled up there. His Grandmother Was Cherokee and so Loretta says that that makes her a quarter Cherokee, and that was something that she was always very proud of her father didn't have much education. Education, but he could read and write a little bit. When he was twenty. He met Laura's mother. They courted for two years and then they got married. They built their house themselves right after the depression. Yeah, they began having children eight, all four boys, four girls. Her father was more easy going than her mother. Her Mother did most of the correcting. He only got angry. If someone as she puts, it would smart off at Mommy. He was always home like if he wasn't working, he was at home. He didn't have any bad habits. He was always teasing and a Nice Way and Loretta took note of the Nice way that he treated her mother, and she always wanted to be treated in that same way by a man. That's good did that actually happen will get into that. Detail as we move on, he worked on the roads a few days a week and he also worked in his big garden and patched up the house, and they did that to get through the Depression for Clothing Loretta war flour sacks that her mom sewed up as dresses boom imagine that flour sacks sewed up as dresses. This was like a very popular thing back. Then I think especially in the twenties I think it started because of the depression right, yeah! One time. That you have. Oh totally and they were like the same thing with the animals that they oughtn't killed and ate and everything. One time, she was gifted, a really pretty blue dress with pink flowers, and she took such good care of it, but one day they're hog, snatched it and shoot it to bits. So that's life with with Ping that's. When the depression got better, her father bought a house with four rooms. And then this is the one that you see in the movie and in the pictures and the one that has the replica in Tennessee that's when he began working as a coal miner, so my father worked in the mines and Soda My grandfather, and I'm from a mining town It's actually called the big nickel. It was not an easy profession at all. And I could tell later on I. Don't know where I was with my dad, but there were these paintings somewhere, or you know I think it was paintings that the miners had or the man who had been a minor had painted about you know his struggles, and probably didn't call it this time, but now I've come to know it as PTSD and I think it kind of I could tell that it stirred something up in my dad as well and whenever he would go away for work. My mom would always be like so worried. And she'd have a really hard time eating, and then as soon as he walked in the door, she'd like eat for days. Not An easy profession now, and it was probably even worse than anyways. His knees would be ripped up every day for from crawling but he never lane, and then if you would've have wore kneepads than his back would've been all scraped up. And so Loretta says. Yeah that. He kept his family alive by breaking his own body down. men would often get killed in accidents and explosions, and like I mentioned earlier, her dad's suffered from high blood, pressure and Migraines that would make him cry he. Be So many like underlying health issues with people who have that profession that you know we don't even know about. Not to mention black lung and they didn't even know about that then really. And so yeah, when he liked couldn't work anymore. They were just like oh well. Sorry. So. They really didn't know that was thing back. Then and I think all of those factors were a huge part in his pretty young death threats. I'm. Only owned their first radio when she was eleven. So, they especially loved. The radio program called the Grand Ole opry direct from Nashville. Tennessee and Laurent Remember Molly O'Day as the first woman singer that she remembers hearing. This is what Loretta says about her mother I quote. The most beautiful woman in the world, a red headed Irish girl was her mother and half Cherokee was her father, so mommy's one quarter Cherokee with blue eyes and coal black hair. So, like I said kind of that Cherokee heritage is on both sides of the family, and that's something that Loretta was very proud of when always wanted to know more about. So loretto always wanted to be as beautiful as her mother, but she says that she never made it never made it to be as beautiful as her mother, but you can look back at the videos of Loretta singing and everything, and she so charismatic, and she is really beautiful in her own way and. Yeah absolutely so read. His mother was named Clara, but everyone called her clary just like everybody Colorado Ready. She discusses his the trail of tears up where they live named after the time, the US government made the most made most of the Cherokee nation. Leave the mountains. In World War One Loretta Smother learned. Pretty much had a doctor her whole family. When she was still young, she didn't get the fever, but when she was five and spent weeks running water to cool off her entire family, so at five.

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"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"loretta" Discussed on Pantheon

"P.. I don't. I think we can say the name, but like just. In case I would double check with her, maybe on a part to it and say it. We'll see but miss. P. is actually being an assistant writer for someone and I think the book is going to be huge huge. Oh, yeah, can't wait. I can assist you writers. They are important. You know and yeah, hearst writer, all like USA live in Kentucky. He visited the coal mines, and he speaks her language. He also traveled with her for a year and has been to butcher Holler so. She told him that's George. We're GONNA have us a hardback book. doggone right? It's going to be a good book. Anything I go at I. Go at it hard because I only do what I want. It's going to be the best book about country music because I don't take no seconds OF HER ATTITUDE! Oh wait till you just. She's incredibly so this book called Coal Miner's daughter is also the name of her biggest song till Loretta, but you're holler where she grew up is the most important part of her life. She said the butcher. Holler may be the most backwards part of the country. She's ever seen and she's seen the whole country. She says that she's the most backward person you ever saw. She says I never knew where babies came from until it happened to me, so she's got a great sense of humor. She's really really smart, and she's Hilarious, so let's kick things off by playing coal miner's daughter..

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"loretta" Discussed on I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette

I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"loretta" Discussed on I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette

"You don't change you eat it in my case. I ate it. That's why wasn't that profitable 'cause I know I did. I did a A two dollar increase one time and knock clients had a fit. They had a fit where I was able to do differently. I mean I was able to toss it to different products. Such as like Super Deluxe. See We pedicure. I was able to go in you. Know put put it there but in regular manicures and job polishes they had a fit so for the sake of maintaining my customers. I ate that cost and then when the rent went up again there was no way I could do it again I could. I didn't want to cause then that anytime I had to supplement my outside business to take care of another business. There's no problem right right and once. I saw that I didn't want to happen so no and they can very well happen too many business owners who may not be as savvy as I am in the business world so I mean I would love for us to be able to get our finances together and poachers property owned the property. And when Your Business from there I need need us to have that brick and mortar back so that we can really develop a very very strong Black Wall Street Again Loretta. Thank you so much for coming on today. talking with me exchanging ideas with me. Hopefully he gets do some business together and if anyone else would be interested in doing so how would they get in contact with you? They can reach me. Several ways Through my website is a warfield group dot com or one word I'm also when facebook as the grouping Instagram as working group and on Facebook as Loretta Warfield. Johnson you can find me that way. And lastly they can call one eight eight nine four seven W. Group one awesome. Thank you Mrs I think. Six eight seven one yeah. I'm sorry I believe it's six eight seven one one eight eight nine four seven six eight seven one or W group one okay awesome. Thank you so much lower though. The pleasure is mine thank you..

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"loretta" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"loretta" Discussed on WTOP

"Me photos of me in Loretta in several times during the commercial he remembered outloud remember Loretta love going to Alaska and the screen confirm that Google would in fact remember all of the things the commercial with poignant but it also reminded me of what Google does in fact know about us rating some important privacy questions more at Larry's world dot com CBS news I think and whether on the aids and when it breaks very good news if you're traveling ninety five southbound headed south through staffer toward Fredericksburg the overnight work my marker one thirty four wrapped up and cleared all lanes have been reopened ninety five north bound continues to move well between Fredericksburg in about white no incidents in your way and you should have the express things you do have the express lanes open northbound traffic as well three ninety five north found they were working north of king street headed up toward Shirlington circle two lanes left its bottom worsen but you've been getting by without delay I if you're traveling on sixty six east and west between Nutley street and route fifty the work sense cleared both directions all lanes open each way no left overs lays a last check they were still work in south on twenty eight near I sixty six but only blocking a single right lane eastbound the dolls toll road the exit to the outer loop express lanes closed as part of the works on ramp to the main line was open belly in Virginia between Alexandria in McLean running well in both directions so far headed into the district in down New York Avenue as you cross in the kasha should find work soon cleared all lanes reopened they were still working on the adult fifty two fourteen Central Avenue two left lanes past the work zone and on Central Avenue east vanished underneath about why single right wing get you by the work returned have you to have the traffic.

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"loretta" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"loretta" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Letter, Len Loretta Lynn, the coal miner's daughter. Born in butcher hollow Kentucky married at age. Fifteen totters off to play the guitar shortly thereafter, had six kids and broke so much ground as writer that nine of her songs were banned from country radio. She still sold. Forty eight million albums wrote an autobiography by the became an Academy Award winning film gotta presidential medal of freedom. Inspire generations of songwriters is working to this day. Here's the great Loretta Lynn's. Don't come home, drink and with love and on your mind. Be you. You now. The liquor just. God. You don't need. No. Along with Chris Eldridge on pedal. Steel ish guitar, wishing Loretta Lynn, happy birthday. Hey, it was Herbie Hancock's.

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"loretta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"loretta" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Loretta Lynn, Loretta Lynn, the coal miner's daughter. Born in butcher hollow Kentucky married at age. Fifteen totters off to play the guitar shortly thereafter, had six kids and broke so much ground. As a songwriter that nine of her songs were banned from country radio. She still sold. Forty eight million albums wrote an autobiography a biography that became an Academy Award winning film got a presidential medal of freedom. Inspire generations of songwriters is working to this day. Here's the grave, Loretta Lynn's. Don't come home drink in with love and on your mind. You. They just. You don't need. No. Along with Chris.

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