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"Valentina Tereshkova was twenty two years old when she made her first parachute jump with a local aviation club in nineteen, fifty nine and she loved it. unbeknownst to her this exhilarating pastime was giving her skills that would bring her to the attention of the Soviet government. The Soviets needed someone who could handle themselves jumping from twenty thousand feet. The mandatory ejection altitude from the re entry of a rocket capsule. One of the many facets of the space race to the Soviets wanted to win was to have the first woman in space in February nineteen, sixty, two Tereshkova and four other women, three parachutists and one pilot began the intensive training to become cosmonauts. My Name's Moxy and this is your brain on facts. We're headed toward another presidential election and it seems like both a minute ago and an attorney ago that we had a female candidate for president would most people don't know is that the first female candidate? Rian before she was even allowed to vote. Victoria Claflin later, Victoria Woodhall was one of ten children born to illiterate mother and a petty criminal father. Would Hell attended school sporadically for a few years. At Age Fifteen, she married a doctor who soon revealed himself to be an alcoholic philanderer. To make matters worse the sixteen year old woodhall gave birth to a mentally handicapped son who would need extra care in eighteen fifty four. Three of would hold siblings had died as children. And she claims she had clairvoyant powers to communicate with them. Always looking for a new scam, to run. Her father put her on the road with her sister Tennessee as a faith healing and fortune telling act selling elixirs that promised to cure everything from asthma to cancer. They didn't. In fact, Tennessee was indicted for manslaughter after one of her patients died. By some good fortune that I don't know the sisters found themselves with a wealthy patron in the form of railroad magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt. He and Tennessee were rumored to be lovers. Stock Tips that she picked up during their relationship came in pretty handy during an eighteen, sixty, nine gold panic during which the sisters supposedly netted seven hundred thousand dollars. With. Vanderbilt's bankrolling Victoria and Tennessee then opened their own highly publicized firm named Woodhall Claflin and company becoming the first female stockbrokers on wall. Street. However they were never granted a seat on the New York Stock Exchange. It would take another near century before Muriel Siebert did in nineteen, sixty seven. In the same year that she became a stockbroker would attended her first suffragette rally and immediately became a passionate devotee of the 'cause. She befriended or beguiled a congressman to get her an invitation to testify before the House Judiciary Committee. She argued that women did already have the right to vote under the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments those granted persons born or naturalized in the United, states citizenship and prohibited voter discrimination. But the house declined to enact any legislation on the matter. Even still the appearance made her a celebrity among suffragettes. In. April. Of Eighteen seventy, just two months after opening her brokerage firm woodhull announced her candidacy for president of the United States on a platform of women's suffrage regulation of monopolies nationalization of railroads, an eight hour workday direct taxation. Abolition of the death penalty and welfare for the poor what whole helped organize the equal rights party. which nominated her at its May eighteen, seventy two. Famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass was selected as her running mate and told about eventually he never acknowledged it officially, and in fact, he campaigned for the incumbent Republican Ulysses s grant. What else name appeared on ballots in a couple of states. Knows for certain votes she received because apparently they weren't counted. All of this was essentially moot. Though considering that would hold did not reach the constitutionally required age of thirty five until six months after the inauguration. It would be nineteen, sixty four before a woman was actively considered for a nomination of a major party. When Margaret Smith qualified for the ballot of six state primaries even coming in second in Illinois. The only female candidate other than Clinton was faith spotted Eagle a native American activist who received a vote from Robert. Sexual. Junior. WHO's referred to as a faithless elector for not voting has pledged section also voted for why known Luke for vice. President. Luke is executive director of honor, the Earth a native environmental organization, which plays an active role in the Dakota access pipeline protests.
"margaret smith" Discussed on KNSS
"Season is black slack Trix cereal Christmas is for kids but if I did my best Christmas all been when our little snot nosed key it man Christmas were magic back a you get your baby big gun or a race car Stanton larded with happiest day in your life I'm member may and ten years old a look in a damn presents under the tree man it lacked like Rosie o'donnell probably looking at a park job with just a little less celebrity and then you got a little older out they get Bob about twelve and you start getting clothes which I've got news socks and underpants ever spanking year since I've fourteen at scared may of sub yes some of the joy a tight it what is it wore off over the years then you get married all of a sudden the table to turn and I so much what you get for Christmas it much is what you get gosh dressmaker if you don't give you already have some good your body a total still about a dad day yeah no pressure there then you get kids might you got me up three AM Christmas mall in building crap skating you knuckled mailed in a big way in question like a sailor during the most holy not and just update got broke before new year's Yangel get it paid off till Labor Day then your kids get older never get another page for Christmas you're getting other plans for Christmas night nobody happy now all Christmas he added just spending money I got by and paid but I don't like stuff that but only Hey Margaret Smith white couple merry go.
"margaret smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Our future union officials negotiating for higher wages and healthcare benefits said talks have broken down for public commercial customers are affected along the south shore and towns where the company does residential pick up in Rockland Abington in Marshfield we found people driving to the dump and throwing it out themselves striking workers are asking for a higher wages and better healthcare benefits from Republic services talk about the ultimate tease returning students at the Sumner elementary school in Rossendale have a brand new state of the art playground a romp around on the W. B. C.'s can Tunnicliffe says unfortunately the kids can't use it yet students returning for the first day of classes found the impressive looking cube and to be shaped playground in the main play area behind the school isn't. ready to be used several parents have expressed frustration that the new place space is taking so long to finish one parent says there have been many false starts design changes and unkept promises the previous playground was destroyed in an arson fire in two thousand sixteen the Boston public schools have issued a statement saying the playground is nearing completion and is expected to open to the public in the coming weeks apparently there's one piece missing from the playground that they're still waiting for him Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio Serena Williams looking like she's on a mission in New York she quickly worked her way into the US open final. well not many with Thursday night's victory Serena Williams reached her fourth final of the past six grand slam tournaments even Serena thinks that's impressive to be in yet another final it seems honestly crazy Williams took out your cranium L. and as for the lead in straight sets and faces nineteen year old Bianca dress you of Canada in the finals looking to join Margaret Smith court with the most singles titles with twenty four if you look at the the span of a career in the players that I've played it's amazing that I was able to get this money Williams is also looking for her seventh U. S. titled the most in the open era Todd and ABC news and the man said maze today at four and after a lackluster summer at the movies things should pick up this weekend it's about to get scary at the box office.
"margaret smith" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Business being in the Taliban is taking responsibility for the death of a US service member in Afghanistan the Pentagon says the unidentified service member was killed in combat today gone but not forgotten supporters of the Confederate flag in South Carolina will rally today every year since the Confederate flag was removed from the South Carolina state house in Columbia the date July tenth has been marked with the flying of the banner by the South Carolina secessionist party this year it's a few days late it'll be done today the thirteenth it's delayed because a different group called showing up for racial justice Columbia are reserved to the spot on the anniversary date this year blocking any others from flying the flag on the statehouse grounds a group called flags across the south has a permit to fly the flag from a temporary flag pole and the racial justice group says they'll be there to protest Tanya powers fox news protesters and police clashing in Hong Kong as thousands take to the streets the unrest continuing over a controversial extradition bill what could be a history making moment is getting underway at Wimbledon fox's Metropolitano has a preview with the victory this morning Serena Williams can time Margaret Smith court for the record for most grand slam event wins with twenty four Serena's attitude entering today's Wimbledon championship which would be her eighth title at all England is really not about twenty four or twenty three or twenty five is really just about going out there and giving my best effort standing in Serena's way is Simona Halep who is seeking her first career Wimbledon crown and expect the along with what she has done and what she's doing but now I feel stronger mentally facing her and we will see what is going to happen on the men's side Roger Federer is going to be taking on Novak Djokovic tomorrow once again our top story a tropical storm Barry approaching the Gulf coast Pam who sell fox news when you want a fun night out around the SI don't deal with that.
"margaret smith" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Right now parking in new ways yelling our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters the most important thing that we do we are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country Laurie Ingram they're going to get a straight shooter no holds barred I'm not going to cut people slack fox is the one place for dissent voices we won't be silent controls my voice nobody real news real honest opinion the Taliban is taking responsibility for the death of a US service member in Afghanistan the Pentagon says the unidentified service member was killed in combat today gone but not forgotten supporters of the Confederate flag in South Carolina will rally today every year since the Confederate flag was removed from the South Carolina state house in Columbia the date July tenth has been marked with the flying of the banner by the South Carolina secessionist party this year it's a few days late it'll be done today the thirteenth it's delayed because a different group called showing up for racial justice Columbia are reserved to the spot on the anniversary date this year blocking any others from flying the flag on the statehouse grounds a group called flags across the south has a permit to fly the flag from a temporary flag pole and the racial justice group says they'll be there to protest Tonya Judd powers fox news protesters and police clashing in Hong Kong as thousands take to the streets the unrest continuing over a controversial extradition bill what could be a history making moments is getting underway at Wimbledon fox's Metropolitano has a preview with the victory this morning Serena Williams can time Margaret Smith court for the record for most grand slam event wins with twenty four Serena's attitude entering today's Wimbledon championship which would be her eighth title at all England is really not about twenty four or twenty three or twenty five is really just about going out there and giving my best effort standing in Serena's way is Simona Halep who is seeking her first career Wimbledon crown and expect a lot what she has done and what she's doing but now I feel stronger mentally facing her and we will see what is going to happen on the men's side Roger Federer is going to be taking on Novak Djokovic tomorrow once again our top story a tropical storm Barry approaching the Gulf coast Pam who sailed fox news.
Serena soars into Wimbledon final, faces Halep for historic Slam record
"With all due respect to Elizabeth Serena is queen of England's grass courts Serena Williams will play in the Wimbledon final for the eleventh time looking for her eight championship at the all England club the twenty three time grand slam singles winner defeated Barbara streets of a six one six two in the semi finals Williams says tying Margaret Smith court's all time grand slam record is not her focus is really not about twenty four or twenty three or twenty five is really just about going out there and giving my best effort no matter what the eleven seed American will take on Simona Halep in Saturday's championship
"margaret smith" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Up and feeling less lonely together. So appreciate it. Thank you. Dr Sajjan, Jane care, more health, president and CEO. Thank you. Dr Jane that was an inspired start. What I'm about to is much more practical, please silence your cell phones. But don't put them away because we are on Twitter at Atlantic lies. We'd love you to join the conversation in the room to the hashtag is Atlantic loneliness, which is quite. But it's gonna work especially given the topic at hand, but we want you to be part of the conversation in the room too. So we're going to have time for your questions after each conversation. And now we should roll we begin with Dr Vivek Murthy who was surgeon general during the Obama administration. Welcome. Dr murphy. That's atlantic. Live president Margaret Smith. I'm here to lead the conversation. My colleague Steve Clements, Washington editor at large. Thank you so much in Greece. Everybody what a crowd, we not only have a standing-room-only audience tonight. Then a very pleased to say that we have C-SPAN also taping recording this at this going to go to a very large audience, and hopefully, we'll make an impact the ceiling. So I'm honored that you're all here on such an important topic. Last time, I was with you. I think we were in Aspen and Elmo jumped out of the box, and you were talking about vaccinations, but it just occurs to me that you've been very bold with vaccinations or talking about guns, but we defining which social health emotional health. Our societies health is and you've written. It's very provocative piece about loneliness and health, and I just like to have you help share with us for a moment. How you see the dashboard of loneliness in this country right now. Question. Let me just say, Steve it's just great to be with you again. And I wanna thank care more and the Atlantic for hosting this event today such an and I did have a chance to catch up, and it did make me feel less lonely. So thank you such an. I'll tell you that. This is one of.
"margaret smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Maldon and Somerville. Of course, national campaign stops as well continue to follow those. And we'll have all the latest when it comes to the numbers all day tomorrow right here on WBZ radio. On Wall Street. We closed up on the Dow Jones today one hundred ninety points. The NASDAQ was down twenty gate and the S and P five hundred gained about fifteen. Now, the news we're following. And if you notice some more military or law enforcement around unusual this week, don't be alarmed WBZ's. Ben Parker reports it's all part of an intensive full-scale training exercise. These are joint civil and military exercises designed to improve response plans. The purpose of the exercise is to conduct interagency response too complicated disasters or event Margaret Smith is with the Massachusetts national guard. There are a variety of these exercises plan. We have a scenario the potential major flooding event out in western mass. The Deerfield river valley that is complicated by a terrorist threat in the Commonwealth in some of the five locations this week, they'll be military and civilian responders along with helicopters and military vehicles referred to as vigilant guard the exercises involve more than two thousand participants with eleven states, and dozens of organizations taking part, Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. A man convicted of several child rapes in Rhode Island and Massachusetts who was released in October is not back behind bars. Tonight. Richard Gardner is being held without bail after allegedly lying about where he lived when he applied for a marriage license and Gardner had moved to providence after he was released. But it's attorney says when he applied for that marriage license. The only idea he had was from Massachusetts gardeners moved to Rhode Island had been sparking some noisy protests outside his home. A judge has now ruled Gardner a danger to the community. He'll be back in court later this month to determine whether he violated his probation. WBZ news time five twenty parents. Listen up, the nation's pediatricians has some new. Advice for disciplining your kids. Studies have shown spanking doesn't work. And now the American Academy of pediatrics is its most strongly worded statement yet against the practice and also warned against using humiliation fear or threats, Dr Robert sagging wrote the new guidelines there are better ways to teach a child right from wrong. Wyant search fearing violence into our most important loving relationship. The academy's new policy updates twenty year old guidance that simply recommended parents be encouraged not to spank. Vicki Barker, CBS news, the wife of a mayor from Utah who was serving in the army national guard and killed in Afghanistan over the weekend says there is heartache, but no regret. Brent taylor. Took a year long leave of absence as mayor of Ogden to deploy with his unit in Afghanistan. Military officials say he was killed on Saturday. And it was by one of his Afghan trainees was an infiltrator in that group. Now Taylor was expected to come home in January and greet his wife and their seven kids students in California seeing counselors an extra school. Roles today at a high school there after a confrontation between a student and teacher turned violent CBS's. John Baird says it was captured last week on a cell phone video of the incident went viral. It's pretty intense. The student was swearing and using racial slurs and threw a basketball at the teacher. The teacher had wanted to kick out of the classroom for wearing an improper uniform..
"margaret smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bloomberg business on WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty. All right, Tracy. You might notice a military and law enforcement activity around the state this week. Ben Parker says this is all part of an intensive full-scale training exercise. These are joint civil and military exercises designed to improve urgency response plans purpose of the exercise is to conduct interagency response. Too complicated disasters or event turtle. Margaret Smith is with the Massachusetts national guard. There are a variety of these exercises plan. We have a scenario the potential major flooding event out in western mass along the Deerfield river valley that is complicated by a terrorist threat. The Commonwealth in some of the five locations this week. They'll be military and civilian responders along with helicopters and military vehicles referred to as vigilant guard the exercises involve more than two thousand participants with eleven states, and dozens of organizations taking part, Ben Parker WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty cleanup crews and Allston are hauling away debris from in front of a restaurant on Harvard avenue. WBZ's Bernice Corpuz reports inspectors have his theory about what might have caused it to collapse large chunks of concrete littered the sidewalk in front of common. Ground in a budding businesses after the parapet collapse, which is not an integral part of the building. It's more decorations inspectional services Commissioner buddy Christopher believes a section gave way in caused a domino effect of damage along the building's exterior. We says decades of freeze and thaw may have weakened the material and the recent severe winds may have loosened the facade, but he says the roof remains intact in the building is structurally sound all solid law. It's a very heavy with each block probably weighs a couple of hundred pounds. Two people were hurt in the incident to one of them..
"margaret smith" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Twenty Katie presents a moment project Boca presented by the Troy Onny family of Papa J's. Here are some more notable things. Other people have said, I love this one an intellectual snob is someone who can listen to the William tell overture and not think of the lone ranger, Dan, rather, researchers say they've been able to slow down the speed of light. Now how they do it. They take a beam of light and Aamot through a post office. Oh, Jay Leno. I grew up with six brothers. That's how I learned to dance waiting to get into the bathroom. Bob. Hope he was an angry man Okla Swannee he had printed on his grave. What are you looking at Margaret Smith? I was about to walk onto do my show one night when a man in the audience stopped me and said Rodney do me a favor before you go on could I have your autograph and some more butter. Rodney Dangerfield, all right brain. I don't like you. And you don't like me. So let's just do this. And I'll get back to killing you with beer Homer Simpson. Middle ages having a choice of two temptations and choosing the one that will get you home earlier, author unknown. They're things other people have said, you know, nothing shortens along drive like good stories on the radio for my storytelling. CD's go to my website, storyteller, Jack dot com until next.
"margaret smith" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"That's like like, I'm not gonna comment on that me like, Nick, your fucking idiot. You know what I mean? Like it's just not even worth that even so dumb. And the fact that you did it is is you know, would be insane to me so wouldn't even get my energy. So that's what I don't get understand why so many people on mortem it's a saving. It's no, it's intention. Everybody wants to go viral. Everybody, we're not everybody, but there's a ton of people that were like, this guy's got a lot of us in likes. I have very few. So let me try to get a piece of naturals. It's the dark side of of social media. It's on Saturday. It's the dark side of technologic web everybody. It's like that that that beautiful concept that everybody has a voice and everybody has an opinion is actually biting us in the ass right now, you know that freedom that freedom, but now everybody's a, everybody's a celebrity. Now, everybody's important. Everybody has voice, which is like that great human concept. But we see now that like not hardly anybody agrees on anything. That's why practice my hardest onto shut the fuck up. Man. I really do like 'cause there's so many things I see that I disagree with on on social media and stuff, and I'm like, man, I could I can make. Are you gonna? Are you going right now? You're going to be able to stop them with your comment. Now? I know I, it doesn't change if you if you legitimately like in takes practice. But if you legitimately work yourself up to just not giving a fuck your life's better so much easier that way you don't care really what Karen from Nebraska thinks of you personally out to Karen. From Nebraska, then it doesn't. Then it doesn't matter. You won't pay caring from Nebraska. Any attention, good or bad. Santa mean see Karen and I like what code he said. He said, what it change. Anything went when someone says that does Margaret Smith from Hanover Pennsylvania in e com that the she is the expectation that ice stop to world renowned trainers. Paul and Sam and stop. Virginia state trooper canine team has been together for three years and say, guys, Margaret Smith says, you are doing all of this shit wrong. And this is the way starting. This is the way starting. Now that Paulin Sam, you're gonna run the iron dog seminars and Gabe. This is the way that you're going to out from now on because MAURICE Smith owner of Furby affection pet sitters. I'm offended as you are physically with your training philosophy. I'll tell you right now..
"margaret smith" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Year old margaret smith tuesday during the standoff guests were evacuated and traffic was halted until garden dropped his weapons out the window and surrendered around ten thirty a m franklin county sheriff pat melton telling reporters time was running out yesterday and due to making it hot thanks to you all we had his face everywhere and it paid off twice this week garden published cryptic posts on facebook indicating problems between himself and smith who had an ep oh out against him in his most recent post garten said quote i shot meg and we'll do it again unquote five people are charging and double murder in frankfurt jared more in dustin johnson were shot last week frankfurt police chief travis ellis telling reporters today we're not used to this much stuff happening that once seemed like it's all happened within a relatively short period of time and fourteen days that several things go on a couple of different murders and robberies chief ella says the five in custody were responsible for robbing and shooting the victims he says the group is likely behind a handful of other robberies in the area a bullet county woman will be eligible for shock probation for drunken driving crash that killed her best friend stephanie coy was sentenced to fifteen years today after pleading guilty to assault and wanton endangerment in november she allied with another car killing hannah compton who was in the passenger seat as part of the plea deal the judge increase the sentence by five years which also makes her eligible for shock probation after one hundred seventy days rosalyn donald of mothers against drunk driving tells w o k why it's disheartening that shock probation was even allow but i understand that this is a very complicated case with complicated circumstances this fourth dui in five years hurricane barrel is increasing in intensity according to the national hurricane center is eleven am advisory the storm has maximum sustained winds of about eighty miles per hour barrel is still a category one storm.
"margaret smith" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Year old margaret smith tuesday during the standoff guests were evacuated and traffic was halted until garden dropped his weapons out the window and rendered around ten thirty am franklin county sheriff pat melton telling reporters whose found was running out yesterday and do to make making it hot he'll thanks to you all we had his face everywhere and it paid off twice this week garden published cryptic posts on facebook indicating problems between himself and smith who had an e p o out against him and his most recent post gardens said quote i shot meg and we'll do it again unquote garden is charged with murder and terroristic threatening in washington health and human services is up against a deadline to reunite children under five with their parents next week but today is the day they must be able to make phone contact at least once with the children they brought with them abc's serena marshall has the latest aj just says they are meeting today's deadline to connect parents with their children and allow them to speak by phone at least once the goal according to secretary alex as our is to ensure that parents and children are in communication with each other by phone or skype at least twice a week when possible but he told reporters that can be made difficult when a parent is an ice detention or has been transferred to the bureau of prisons and any lacking communication between the separated families is quote not for want of trying or lack of desire to make that happen serena marshall abc news news washington vice president mike pence is calling out democratic critics who want to abolish ice under president donald trump we will never abolish ice visiting ice headquarters in dc today pence argued that communities are becoming safer because isis cracking down on violent gangs like ms thirteen acclaim singer songwriter elvis costello says he's battling aggressive cancer elvis costello not a man out of time though he writes on his website that he had surgery for what he calls a very aggressive cancer that's the bad news the good news is that his doctor said the surgery was success now he needs to recover that means he's canceling his remaining tour dates in europe castillo doesn't say what kind of cancer but hinted by advising men to talk to their doctors if they have any concerns any says he has a new album coming october first jason nathanson abc news hollywood very good your next news.
"margaret smith" Discussed on How To Be Amazing with Michael Ian Black
"No i don't i don't think so i mean i i you know it in the beginning of my stand up career i tried to get representation and i could not get representation and i was told a lot that a low key lesbian it it it's just i didn't i didn't have a big headlining career in front of me um and it would come up in different ways there was yes and i was even called by a management company that i tried to get represented by i co i was called to be turned down whereas most people just don't respond in a way that's snicer it was but he kept me on the phone telling me nobody in america his just you just be an honest with me nobody in america and and i guess he's right i because i haven't had my m primetime sitcom but he was like nobody's going to tune in on a thursday night at eight o'clock to watch the take show he said i've seen a lot of comedians like you and you you become writers margaret smith and ball while he started naming off all these comedians it become writers it's with a real person or did she's a real person and um i hope she's not gonna sing a shoes but uh i had in my head for a very long time that as much as i love stand up comedy this is not in my future and i'm going to end up writing for people and um i just kept through the years.
"margaret smith" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"He and the other thing that obama had was a good chance for how to navigate the politics of his caucus right so he he got along very well with the leader he will jones he got along very well with the chair of the important committee that would handle this margaret smith who was it the in the twilight of her career ethic but he didn't give him an era cerny didn't uh but he helped her eytan meant street short of gave him the leadership of it the de facto leadership yeah he also and you worked with them on a range of issues during that time i think people because because of the kind of partisan divide that he met when he became president it was his history was lost but he he had a genius for working across party lines in the late he did your and he was very conscious and interested in that whether those spotlight was on it or not because it was the path to get things done his first years in the senate where they were the democrats were in the minority and the senate was dominated by pretty hard right in ho exmarine paid fill up an an unabashed uh it hoped clinton big alcohol say that uh he was proud of in i don't think he'd mind or so for it the is also have a hard time winning the suit it was hard to it was hard for for a democrat to get things done although it by working with a dominant democrats in the in the house and finding a way to compromise with the republicans in the senate you could get things done so i think it was very pragmatic it was his sort of type of idealism where it's not enough to take a stand in and be known for it but you want to also move the ball yeah well this.
"margaret smith" Discussed on KGO 810
"Back to gyp franklin she applied k g o eight two happy friday it's going to be a an interesting weekend especially if you wanna see some brake comedy down a punchline emily hellers with us here namely i gotta tell you of always i started out with female comics like margaret smith ever seen her before you i haven't oh you got to try your new dame maggie smith star of downton abbey no no no no margaret smith was a real deadpan kinda comic back would started with carol lee for you know carol anyway miss and dating myself right so these but i think one of the reasons why i always doug female stand up comics was 'cause i knew how hard it was for them in general because of audiences in the way clubs were you know they wouldn't put them back to back and all so when they went out and killed i thought that to me representati an even greater accomplishment than guys worn out there doing scatalogical that kind of crap i mean others great guy comics to offer sleep but let me i don't i haven't heard of any do you have a jokes but who who are the comics that you know that it was a female comey said he kinda got you go to stand up or was it just regular good good jokes well how did you get started and this 'cause i i say that because you seem like a really smart into in type person and not that kind of person that's you'll normally drawn to comedy acting i'm saying something about comments yeah well i will say my first stand up show that i ever saw was mitch hedberg at the san jose amirov when i was 17 years old we had to ask them permission to let me come in even though as underage i was like i promise all by a bunch of food on the gaza he's a he had of his and i had in yeah he's a genius i thank you.
"margaret smith" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The entire season they will be with a losses that will love be held over until next year we thought it was going to be just a major disaster and once again you were gonna be watching the unwatchable 's sorta like looking in and rubber necking not watching the negga margaret smith rubber necking and now were of course were on the other end of the spectrum or maybe a little bit overreacting by this i can only say it's been very exciting over the last four or five games and it's a work in progress since the isolationism all the melodrama has gone away this is a team that is trying to get itself into a team mode and that's what you have seen over the last four or five games not only the emergence of boris saying is as a major player not only with the new york mega mongers but in the nba overall and everybody else making a major contribution what dial anthony could not do porzingis cando and is doing and that is energizing everybody else on the floor because they know they've got a guy on both ends of the floor in boise seeing is who could score at will and this dwight howard i mean let's face it already sugar fouled out of this game like get ten seconds into a deal with his of pushing and shoving i'm surprised we didn't see him tackle porzingis ri back to the phones we go one eight seven seven three three seven six six six six number to call on the fan new york city and rana's calming from baltimore and run on the fan what's happening i think thanks for taking my call thanks making yeah i was i'm fired up um just want to thank feld yeah yeah i'm not saying nobody perfect here but the draft k p i like frank i like that melo gone uh so i appreciate all three thing on my yeah i know he's not perfect he made mistakes um i i know the tweet i get it all over finally moving in the right direction and i can finally i'm okay we even with awassa theme because like you said like the heat growling but i also think it important i hear a lot of fans that are upset that the.
"margaret smith" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Dean wheeler ondo emmer emerald is gigs that she's coming back to the bay area for a couple of uh for a couple of performances uh you know deemed broke the news on these very airwaves as you mentioned margaret smith i'll let me just jumping on this because i got the whole story barely she bombed i said i had the whole story you you know what what i'm going to do but is pitcher face in so it looks better come on well yeah i announced that you did you announced it we already heard that emerald ahead stiffed it up there okay well i don't know how much information you've got yes she's stiffed and she she basically bomb down here but they're taking on her up there to play what's the song again go with a piece of garbage that was a wish her over yes well west hurl for its going to be backing him on go with it yes on go with it and on there's a major that was dean's idea west is going long foot going along with it i know i said almost going along for it well i know west is going along with theor because he feels that it might give him a boost if he has a female singer in the group you don't i think i think both of those groups stink and hopefully most roofs both of those acts you think emiratis things i think she's stinks here i do i think she stinks and i think that i don't think she's stinks but i hit that go with it song is not happening burned got deep doo doo geraldine he'll order madison gotta deal with set deal with deemed final deal with think what's the big deal that or he got to deal with we were about what fill so what.
"margaret smith" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sheikh in who wrote the screenplay for all the way with lbj he also wrote the screenplay for hacksaw ridge which is marvellous mood via the chance to see and and and just as the cpb board was about to take a vote required by the congress he said to the the the congress was requiring that anyone who worked for public broadcasting could not be on the board and bob in a ninetyminute art of maneuver got that amendment change so the red differently from what congress intended and we passed we pass on that so you tell that story in some detail because you don't find many republicans like that anymore you don't for not when i when i worked for lyndon johnson on domestic policy in sixty three and sixty four and sixty five his mandate to me was to spin as much time as i can with republican members of congress because he said they will come with us unpredictably but reliably when we need them and the democrats will be there air without without a second thought so when we ended when we burst when we when we forced an end to the filibuster on the civil rights act of sixty four the one vote that made the difference was from john j williams a republican crusty republican thumb delaware who hated lyndon johnson macos he thought he was deeply corrupt politicians taking money from the oil industry and the interest of texas but john j williams rose above his personal animus and voted in the filibuster when we passed the civil rights act the ins of sixty four in the house we pass it with seventeen republican votes people frank cheered leica margaret church and margaret smith people like that those and and i used to have my best conversations with with some of those republika's that doesn't exist today you cannot find any republicans who stray from the reservation long enough to cast and really independent vote one foot now that will interest you in terms of history when lbj signed the the civil rights act of sixty four which ended segregation in public accommodations around the country arbitrarily i ask in that evening youth the how do you are with the out his room his quarters in the in the mansion across from the west wing and he was depressed and had the the washington post across his chest in it read johnson.