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"marie louis" Discussed on Ringer FC

Ringer FC

02:01 min | 3 weeks ago

"marie louis" Discussed on Ringer FC

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"marie louis" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

05:46 min | Last month

"marie louis" Discussed on The Young Turks

"I like I like looking like a monster it's fun. It seriously like it's awesome and. I showed. My partner that picture and his head exploded because he's like he's the number. One Jim Carrey Fan. He quotes Jim Carrey movies all day every day. So I felt really cool. Yeah. No No. My best friend went beserk and he's like. Just retire. Get any better. anyways, thank you, Jim, Carey every checkout, his art. It's great and everybody out memoirs of misinformation. All right now on you guys real quick because we had tell you about that. I just want to answer one question from our members. Aqua laterite said, why are there so many positions the trump administration I understand history of so many people quit or get fired. But why does he seemingly keep them as acting rather than just giving them the position? No, he is not a lot of people quit. It's mostly that he fires them makes them do something then he fires them throws him out of the bus but the reason why he brings a new people to be acting heads is because. He at this point is gonNA. Tyler trouble getting surly anyone. He wants a confirmed by the Senate because he wants his dog catcher guy who will be loyal to a guy who just got let out of prison because he got pardon like a Mafia thug etc and even Republican senators. Get confirmed that guy killed three people, right so anyway, that's why you have all those acting secretaries. Quick, shout to. To people who just signed up on Youtube joined button sign up. Love you guys guitars, Chris Brian Right Sherry crater creepy says, stash. Anderson Marie Louis Levi Toconas. Giselle Schmidt and Fernando. Cardoso you guys are amazing and last ones from Youtube. Super Appear Handy says I WANNA say Bernie Sanders we wouldn't have a strengthening progressive movement but I can't forget about ty T. and other progressive platform seventy nine years powerful catamounts Hashtag happy birthday. Bernie. So we're doing the special it's in about an hour. It starts at seven thirty eastern goes for two and a half hours, and there's an amazing special grip guests who's also GonNa wish Bernie a happy birthday. So domus Semitic of it Anna. What's Alright unfortunately, violence by right wing extremists continued over the weekend again in Oregon this time in Salem to be specific. Now, these pro-trump extremists got together for one of these trump parade slash rallies, and unfortunately they clashed with a small group of black lives, matter demonstrators and just to give you a sense of what the scene looked like just how violent they were. Let's take a look at this video. You can see them going after. Protesters they're running after them. They're hitting them with weapons. You see one man fall to the ground as he's being punched repeatedly by a I, believe a member of Patriot. Oh, proud boys to be specific proud voice and so. Yeah this is this is a common see now where you'll see the right wing serve as the aggressors after punching him several times after he's on the ground pepper spray him. And they can do it with no worry of consequences because what did the cops do were? was there an arrest? Were there any consequences for what happened? Well, let me give you some details than I'll give you the update on on what we know so far. So the group also fired paint gun pellets at black lives matter counter protesters who dispersed shortly after police arrived one man was seen hit in the back of the head with a baseball bat and knocked to. The ground I was the video you just saw after being rushed by a group of proud boys in a video posted on twitter by the Public Broadcasting Reporters Sergio almost now Sergio Olmos also gave people an update on what happened with the police and the police did show up and did seem to detain members of the proud boys. But eventually, it turned out that no one was actually arrested. No one was taken into custody. So here are the cops are kind of breaking up. The violence. And you can see in this video that. They're standing there they're talking to police. It looks like they're about to be detained and put in custody. but afterwards, police did have a chat with the arrested suspects and ultimately decided to let them go. So, there's another element to the story, but jake jumping. No they look like they're best friends and later You see a video, one of those guys released and hugging it out with his fellow proud boys and other words green light guys we can. Yeah. They're they are released no problem at all. Basically cops gave us the green light. Gobi Fascist vigilantes and assault. LEVERING protesters. No consequence off. At one point in time video in the second video it's sounds like one of the proud will always goes, hey, don't worry. We're the good guys. So the cops. Now are they actually have you guys been they salted people want with a bat and the other one they're pummeling a guy the third guy being pushed down that's when the cops saw. Console their own is. Now. Imagine a.

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"marie louis" Discussed on Lore Premium

Lore Premium

06:36 min | 2 months ago

"marie louis" Discussed on Lore Premium

"Marie was born well-connected connected. Her Uncle Esteban Rodriguez. Miro was the governor of Louisiana in the latter years of Spanish control than her cousin served as mayor of New Orleans to say that she had powerful role models would be an understatement. or first marriage was to a Spanish royal officer named Don Ramon Lopez Guela although it seems to have been controversial I, she was only thirteen when they were married and second is seems Ramon neglected to ask for permission from the King of Spain? My guess is that he knew that the answer was going to be no. So he went with the old adage it's better to beg for forgiveness than to ask for permission his disobedience earned him post in a small unimportant town. But within a couple of years, he was able to smooth things over but five years into their marriage tragedy struck. A pregnant eighteen year old Marie was traveling by ship with her husband when there was an accident off the northern coast of Cuba in January of eighteen o five Marie survived but Ramon did not leaving her. Before many women would even have been married. So she headed back to New Orleans to begin rebuilding her life. Three years later in eighteen o eight, she married for a second time. This husband John Blunk was a prominent merchant and banker as well as an attorney and legislator in the new American version of Louisiana. He was match for Marie in terms of connections but also added a lot of new wealth to her name together they had four children, but within eight years of their wedding he to passed away. Marie, of course, inherited all of that money but she also inherited hundreds of slaves apparently blocked died with a lot of debt in. So to preserve the wealth that she had left, many of those slaves were sold off but not all of them and that was a decision she would later come to regret although for all the wrong reasons. In the wake of the death of her second husband in fifteen years and still not thirty years old yet. Marie had already established a powerful reputation for herself part of it centered around her business acumen and ability to make wise profitable decisions with her growing fortune. But a bit of it also involved her treatment of the slaves she kept locked up at home. It was public knowledge that she had emancipated a number of them years and Oshii didn't release were treated kindly at least in front of guests most people in her social circle, a very powerful and very wealthy circle mind you viewed Marie as generous caring person. But they couldn't bend moron. Eighteen twenty eight Marie married for a third time her new husband Louie La Three was at twenty, two year old physician who specialized in back pain and physical abnormalities. They built a gorgeous new mansion on Royal Street with three stories, full of all the trappings that came with life in the upper class, and of course. They're slaves. But just four years in the couple separated Louis moved out of the new mansion while Marie, carried on business as usual except there were rumors that her pretty facade covered up a darker truth whispers that the. Oh, so kind madame lowery who freed slaves and gave them wine was not in fact treating them well at all. Backed by a law that stated that slaves were shown to be cruelly treated could be taken from their master. An attorney was hired to visit Marie and gather evidence, but it seems that she hit her secrets well and the lawyer left empty-handed a year or so later more accusations of the same led to an appearance in court but her money bought her a powerful defense and she walked away unscathed. Not, long after that though a neighbor witness something terrifying. According to the earliest accounts, it said that the neighbor looked out their window to see Marie. Slave girl through the yard then into the mansion. And the girl passed by various windows, the neighbor was able to follow their pursuit all the way to the top floor. And then they watched in horror as the girl was thrown or forced to jump plummeting to her death below. When the authorities arrived, they found enough evidence to take nine of Maria slaves away. But almost immediately, she had them repurchased by members of her extended family and I can't begin to understand the despair. Those nine human beings must have thought. They're hopeful rescue from an abusive home all erased by the power of money. It was a precarious situation that was building toward collapse and day arrived in April of eighteen, thirty four. That was when a fire broke out inside Marines mentioned there on Royal Street at the time the caused the blaze was unknown although interviews after the events made it clear. It seems that Marie kept one of her slaves chained to the kitchen stove and rather than go on living under the abuse of someone. So cruel the cook set the room on fire a fire that quickly spread to the rest of the mansion. It said that Marie Louis who happened to be in the House that day worked furiously to save their precious belongings, but their slaves were unaccounted for. So a neighbor saw what was happening. They rushed to help specifically looking for human lives that needed saving and it was during this frantic search efforts that they found something that shook them to the core. Behind the locked door of the slave quarters, a portion of the mansion that was set off from the rest. The neighbors found nine men and women chained to the floor and ceiling. Some of them were covered in fresh wounds and some even worse spiked collars designed to keep them from lowering their heads. All of them though were starved emaciated and close to death. One of the original documentaries author Harriet Martineau wrote about the aftermath, just four years after the events. In her book, she included what she discovered about Marie typical morning routine apparently after breakfast each day she would step into the slave quarters were captives were chained locked the door behind her and then whip and beat each of them until as Martineau wrote her strength failed. One description in particular has caused even the most resolved historians to Shudder Contemporary newspaper accounts of the discovery claim that one of the men was found chained in a kneeling position his head. So badly beaten that open wounds revealed portions of his brain although he was still alive when rescuers found him, those wounds were said to contain live maggots. Slowly feeding on him. It's a lot to take in I know. It would be nice to believe that one individual couldn't.

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"marie louis" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

The Dave Ryan Show

07:41 min | 4 months ago

"marie louis" Discussed on The Dave Ryan Show

"Door able okay. What else we got here? This is a A mom. Do an interview on BBC British Broadcasting Channel whatever it is, and she's interrupted by her kid so here is a mom trying to do an interview and incomes the kid. Is! Ado Stop me if to the home, the details yeah. My name is Christine. Interest you. Yes. Deciding! Who Rush! You want. Right what? You. Just Russia of his great. You know what people don't mind more often because you're at home and kids are like you know they're right there. Ready to ruin your resume conference in any time your live shot on television, so you guys have been watching. Hamilton did they Hamilton Disney plus this week it was finally on. I was one of the few that did not watch it either. Yeah but mostly because it's like we heard that there was. was some kind of like language and some stuff that might not be appropriate for sometimes for some children AMMO. I have not seen it, I don't know if Disney. I probably will not super long, too, but okay. Great I've heard that you should watch it because it's good. Every says it's really good and not in a trendy way like back in the day, but he sent all cats was so good cats garbage. Garbage girlfriend drag me to see cats I could not wait to get out of there, but they. They was trendy to say. Cats was good same with miss. Saigon, they said it was trendy to save good. It was really not that he's along. They said that Hamilton really is good. And I said it ain't no Oklahoma because as good as it could be. It's can't be better than Oklahoma Lake a fan of the opera, my favorite. Pol No okay. No, he hasn't seen it that I'm not gonNA. You know everyone has their own thing, but fan of the opera easily the best and especially the cliffhanger after the for at the end of Act One and act two. Oh! Two Music Man. Seventy six, but he's. Than and. The? Musical. Sing and puff. What were you doing was really far in the back of the. Shoes. And back there with your arms out. I didn't think they had than the musical man, but that's what I. They did now act like you're playing a Tuba. Trombone or speaking place so divide digs told Lin Manuel Miranda that Hamilton was a terrible idea. Check this out. I mean came up to me and I was like Lynn. Writing this rap musical about Alexander Hamilton said that's a terrible idea. Thomas said be WANNA come do this reading vassar asset. Are you GonNa, pay me, he said yes, and so I said yes. For doubt, it was a good idea after all UH member the twenty fifteen vm as when Kanye announced that he would run for President Twenty twenty well today, he quote. Unquote announced that he was in. He tweeted. We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God unifying our vision and building our future I am running for president of the United States unquote. He ended his post with American flag and Hashtag twenty twenty vision. And, because it's gone, let you know. He's also selling merged with twenty twenty vision, Hashtag and his announcement tweet yesterday. He posted a picture of his yeezy of Y.. Z. Y. S. H.. L. T. R. S. being built same Hashtag. Those are is homes for homeless people that okay I didn't know that I think at this matters you elon musk quickly replied. You have my full support now. People are already suggesting the Connie as doing this to suck the black vote away from Joe Biden and helps Buddy Donald trump, but it's not clear if Connie is still on the trump. Trump train or not, after basically being a trump supporter for awhile, Maga- had at all Tanya later said quote is our now wide open, and now realized I've been used to spread messages I don't believe in I am distancing myself from politics and completely focusing on being create i. mean that's what he should just do anyway distanced himself from all. This stuff goes I mean, but that's what he does he he is basically kind of like a prize fighter. He makes a lot of noise. He gets balloon talk about him. So then you'll buy stuff and that's what it does. Now the election's only four months away, so he's already missed the deadline to get on the ballot and six states so he could be a write in candidate in order to get on the ballot as an independent the remaining states, he'd have to give thousands of signatures before the registration deadlines in August and September, and here's something else that he might not want to deal with naked pictures of his wife all over the place, and in two thousand sixteen integrate him pointed out how all the risque photos from Malania. Trump's modeling career. We're. We're going viral during trump's campaign. And she said you know the kind of photos they put up with me. and one last note. This would be expert level trolling if it happened. Fans of Taylor swift are now encouraging her to run for president again. I mean they didn't. They talk about like Tom Hanks in the rock four years ago with really go. Did that was like it was? I think it was a joke pretty much, but at the same time I will say Kim Kardashian West as a first lady. I kinda like it. Because? She seems nice and she does do. Nice your wife seems that doesn't mean she make a great first lady. Okay, let me tell you right now. China seems really Nice. She'd make a great. Let's vote teen resident. We're not, that's not. That's the first lady I'm not talking about the we don't vote for first lady I'm just sane. She's funny. She says cool style. Okay, you know what know why now I don't want Tanya. So obviously votes not going to have what about the on say. What about Jay Z and beyonce say? Here's something interesting. Now you might think. That beyond says who she appears to be, but you are wrong, and you have K. W. Miller to thank for blowing the whistle on her deception one. He's running to represent Florida's Eighteenth district and Congress Congress and he's not affiliated with the party, but he's a big supporter of president trump, and Oh, by the way he's crazy over the weekend, did the. Black says she's an Italian. Woman named Anne Marie Louis Tracy, and she's part of the quote, says Soros Deep, state agenda and he said that song formation is a secret coded message to all the globalist, and that she worships at Satanic Churches and keep satanic symbols in her back. Why is this guy even make? My Heel likes Patti Labelle to? Doubt about five minutes. I know, but I just looked it up. It's like if you want to see a real crazy person. Look this guy on twitter. Can I tell you and I hate to make this weird segue, but the word crazy just reminded me even though I know that's not what you call. People who are mentally ill. No, but I read this book and read. This book was an Oprah's book club, and it's called Hidden Valley road, and it's about this family an air force family. They have ten sons, and then two daughters so now they have twelve kids at about half of them, the boys. Are Schizophrenic, so they're a case study in weather, schizophrenia comes from your upbringing, or whether it's genetic and I have gotten heart where they get to the conclusion, but it all takes place in my hometown Colorado Springs and some of the families they name I'm like I went to school with some of those people what they talk about how the kid the the son the oldest son he was like. Weird and violent and believe that beat up all these different bird things and. Mentally Unwell he has. Schizophrenia I didn't know. Schizophrenia is not like the movies. Make it look like you have a bunch of different personalities like one day..

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"marie louis" Discussed on Interfaz Podcast

Interfaz Podcast

16:52 min | 6 months ago

"marie louis" Discussed on Interfaz Podcast

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"marie louis" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

15:03 min | 1 year ago

"marie louis" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews

"Welcome back to the spoiler section. So you may have noticed for those who keep scored home. We did skip the appeal section and we've discussed it. And we thought it was a little weird to put an appeal on a second book. We just felt it was weird. I think that if you're not sure. Well, first of all, if you haven't read the first book, and you're listening to this doing, what are you doing unless you really aren't interested you just want? Here are beautiful voices laxed poetic. Fair. That's right. Yeah. I think I think that the appeal for this book is those who have read war cross. Yeah, I agree. Okay. So let's break this down a little bit more. I just want to really briefly talk about the character stuff because that was such a huge positive for me. And it wasn't as positive for you, but I'd rather start off with the stuff we really liked. So Jack's a great addition and house this, incredibly complex. Gated backstory, that ties into the plot, which was interesting, which was very interesting part of the plot that it really is. Like this career happy study and Taylor Woodham monster. What a what a good villain and treated, very non. Traditionally, I mean, she dies very early, you know, like for villain to do, and we see all her evil MacIntosh Ines early to and I like that. I thought that was really smart Marilo, but anyway, Jack's sharks. I love her you love her. She loves his uka shut a complicated life. I'm sorry. She has to like, go to prison for the stuff she's done, but that is realistic. I mean she wasn't and she killed people and unfortunately, like the institutionalized way, she was raised, I think she's going to have a hard time, adjusting back into society, and she might have to pay. Pay her dues? But I was sad to see her to prison. I, I didn't want her to I wonder to like escape or something. Jackson's a great addition to the story. And she is deserving of her own book even series. Yeah, I, I want to, like I want to read about the experiences that she had at the institute in a series. Yeah. Not in the few chapters that, that kind of explained what happened. I say, I want I want to experience her as she's living that her zook as relationship and their time in the institution, very fascinating stuff, very well, written. Of course. Marie lose a great writer, and I don't want to take because the plot wasn't what I wanted. I don't want that to take away from her writing because that's you know, that's my opinion your opinion and other people, the plot might really have worked for them in this. We're gonna talk about that in a minute. So Taylor, as I kinda briefly said, a good villain creepy. We are. No horrible woman. She, she in a villain. I didn't quite see coming, how diabolical she really was totally surprised me. I did not see her as being the villain. Marie Louis did a really good job of setting her up originally as kind of an underling and find out. Was, and I have to have to give them released a lot of credit. It would be really easy to have written a book, and then at the end have have their, you know, the, the, the realization that she is the big boss and the realization that Suzuki is actually dead. And is an AI that could have been the end of a book that could have been the cliffhanger into the conclusion of a trilogy? Yeah. And I have to give her a lot of credit for not falling down that because I think it was introduced at the right time. I think that Murray Lou does not like to do the expected. But not because she oh, what a twist like, you know, sort of thing, but like she kinda likes to circumvent things and turn trips on their head, which I think, is really cool. And I think this is a really good example of that her treatment of the villain in this story. So specifically with characters one talk a little bit about emica. So there was some really prolific stuff that I feel. All that emica said it a Marie, Lou said that I highlighted actually quite a few things in here, and that was especially towards the end of the book, we get even better stuff with Emiko, if all Ving in my opinion. But if felt very natural to this person who is a casino. She's an adult, she's been living as an adult for a long time, but she's still young and she still gaining life experiences, and she still learning things. And there's this passage where she talks about fighting for survival with everything we've got as if the oxygen mask and the seat belt and avoidance of a square chocolate cake might be the thing that saves us. And that's the difference between the real and the virtual realities where you can lose the ones you love. Reality is the place where you can feel the cracks in your heart. When the world is murky guide yourself with your own study, light hold steady 'em, keep going. That's a little paraphrasing that's all her dad's speech. And I o that really rings. So. So true to me that whole passage and where she's realizing in her life, the you can do more, and you can be more and just because fate has dealt you cards doesn't mean that's who you have to be. And then also this kind of realization of mortality, and of fighting the I found a lot of that part of amicus are to be really powerful. The realization that the you really find your potential, and you find yourself when there are risks when there's real life is powerful. I, I liked the arc that Emiko took in his book. It's definitely shorter than what happened in war cross. But she did still have growth, especially in her in her interactions with her friends, and with today. Oh, oh my God. She grew so much, as like being open to them. And I love that. They like all Colt her out on it at different times of like emica, like jelly. I thought we were like team you down wolf this right now we've talked a lot about this. This is something Scott ni- have come to very passionately about with characters out about people in light, but especially carriages in because of our beloved Sabrina actually brought this up is, you know, you can't choose like, oh, I don't want you to have to go through this because it's so hard for you like you know because I love you so much. It's like you don't get to choose that for people. It's not you're right. If someone is emotionally invested in you or your or your life. Yeah. And I think that's a big character journey. Our little Sabrina is going through on the show, and it was one that emica went through in this book to, and you can understand why she has walls and why she's guard it and she's bounty hunter. And, you know, all this crazy, cool stuff should under life and tragic stuff. But it's like no. You don't get to choose that for people. And I think that's a very important message. I know it's one I. I'm trying to learn as a person, and I'm not fictional as far as I know. Yeah. There was some cute stuff where I highlighted to about like ticket friends like when they're cheers ING at the end and stuff that just. Oh, it made me happy in saying goodbye to the Phoenix writers. Well, it's nice because we know they're going to go on, but it made me sad in a in the literary sense to be leaving the team, I want to talk about the Phoenix writers and war cross in particular, because there wasn't enough of it in this book. Exact I know. Exactly. That's when I say the plot and the story that's totally. Yet because I had so much fun. Yes. And I was expecting this book to be Superfund was not fun. Yeah. They talk about okay they're replaying the the championship game. And they make no description of what happens in it, that made me kind of said, like, how are we really wanna know how it goes on a moment to moment? And I'm thinking, okay. Okay. That's fine. It's because she saving it all for, you know, the top ten game or the big climate. Yes. Yeah. And that game didn't even happen. And. Yeah, they do play quote unquote, a game of war cross, when they're hunting down zero but it's not that cross. It's, it's not the same at all. And I was really excited for it like when we were getting ready to play. It didn't even like ended a chapter two. I think that it was like, all right. Go kit into, and it's like Oprah, we didn't make me sad. I was I was I was in it for the game in a lot of ways in the first book, I found claim to interest young this, this book overall doesn't take a lot of time to breathe. It doesn't take a lot of time to give the reader, just a little bit of fun and let them live in the world again. Yeah. It is very plot. Driven to, to the extent where some characters are really just are really just a they just deliver plot. They're just points in the plot. I think Tremain had a great conversation with emica for that for that one chapter. But really, that's the only characterization. He really got until the very end the rest of it was just okay. He was just the guy getting the information and helping her get into the building. I think he was a little bit better than that. Because I felt a little bit better about him as I said, in the pre spoiler part. But I kinda get what she mean. He got a little shelved for a while. No, I agree like she created this really cool game concept. And then there's no payout. Not was bummer. I want to say that her editors made that choice and it wasn't her. I want to say that I want to say that too, and I know that this, this must have been really hard book to write because war cross, really just went you know, one hundred ten percent, just, you know, zero to sixty and ended with such a dramatic. Climax cliffhanger, just just a huge apocalyptic event. Basically, where do you go from there? I mean, are you able to really just take the time and play a game of war cross when you're literally talking about effectively, the end of humanity? Yeah, they even say that when they're cheers ING like, no matter the apocalypse. Yeah funny. This is really shallow but I really liked it. A lot in the first book, I wanted more descriptions of her beautiful rainbow-haired and we're talking about her tattoos because I love the description of amicus so much physically, and I was like blow awhile, more talking about her and her tattoos support. There's only one reference to one tattoo. But you know what I will say, at least that was a good one. Yeah. And I highlight it, and I really want to attach I knew you would because I feel like it's a great literary, quote, every lunch door has a key as when she has on her clavicle. Brilliant, brilliant. That's an all hall moment for me that tattoo. And that phrase, there wasn't a lot of description in this book now that I think about it. What's cool descriptions, about different things, but not quite in the way, I like it's also something I normally notice as we know. But now I think about it, like, yeah. That must have been kind of kind of difficult to not for me or morning. Yeah. Worming. Let's talk about Hideo. Okay. I'll wonderfully complicated. Mayton. I will say I like it. He didn't get off Hueys e in the end good off a little easy. But at the same time I feel like he went through so much, and some of the heartbreaking stuff like with his memories, and everything just like shook me to my core. They talk about to at the end of the book the contributions, that he made and that. You know, when she talks about the snippets from documentary, she shows them all the stuff and all the incredible things that the neuro link did. And it's like I'm not saying like, oh, you made this great contribution immunity. So he like you should totally got off easy. But it's like there is a real person enter there with a heart and lake with feelings, and with a lot of compassion and good intentions, and he and emica I feel have a real connection. I feel like they actually really enjoy chillers people. So the kind of at Balogh made me really happy like the way she ended at where it's like maybe we can still have a relationship, and then the end is they were seen holding hands in the tabloid thing. I was like good. I'm glad because I think they've both been through some stuff and maybe they deserve a little happiness. They do. All right. That was like my long rant about Hideo, but I felt really complicated emotions around. Him. I, I have complicated emotions about Hideo to. And, and most of that leads me to one conclusion, and that's he's one of my favorite villains. I can remember reading that's interesting that you think the massive villain. I don't know if I think of him as a villain or not, I think of as, as a villain in the way that he thought he was doing the right thing hundred percent the hero of his own story. But what he did was not right. Well, and especially compared next to like Taylor. He was not that sinister with his intentions. Oh, yeah. Taylor was evil, pure, and simple. Well, no, she, she was not a nice person. She was not a nice did not have a lot of humanity in her Hideo was not a bad person, but he did a very, very, very maniacally bad thing his brilliant invention. Exact it served mankind. But he, he is a villain in that way. He's a villain. He he took over the world for a time. He took away agency from the world, but it's also the question of I think a lot of people would do that. And justify their means I think most villains will justify the actions that they're taping point. We'll even good people, I think would let that power corrupts them a little bit. Like, don't you like, I think a lot of people would like create this neural link and stuff like he did. And then be like, just kind of rolling with it. And it just becomes like this snowball this kata Mari bull, as just picking up speed to the point where it's like wanting do this, and I can do this and, you know, it's kind of absolute power corrupts, absolutely completely. I I'm not I'm not making a judgment call..

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"marie louis" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"marie louis" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Lopez e and Guelleh, and willow is pardoned for his grievous lack of requesting marital permission. He just wanted that thirteen year olds so bad he's pardoned again one Spain gives Louisiana to the United States. And he's granted an important political position in New Orleans. We think and then yes in routes via the American ship. Ulysses the ship runs aground. Ramon dies of heart failure before ever reaching his destination. He's buried in Havana during the voyage Delfi gives birth to a daughter named Marie Borgia. Borja Delvina Lopez e and Guelleh daler Candelaria nicknamed board to bore Kita after Don Ramones grandf- mother Dona friend Cisco, and then Delfin and her daughter returned New Orleans afterwards after Don Ramones debt, they'll feel will be a single mom for four years. Very young single mom roughly seventeen years old presumably. Much of her mother and duties were done by servants since she was known to party down. But there are accounts that, you know, the speak to her adoring and doting on Oliver children. She have several others to her life. You're also gonna find out are later accounts as she gets older issues possibly very abusive to our kids. Okay. So let's look at our next marriage. You know, we're an examined all three remarriages thoroughly because when little is written about someone, you know, basically, the next base thing you can do is to examine the lives. They were intertwined with to at least get some insight into their life. And a fair amount was written about her husband's especially the last two mostly the second this guy. Twenty one year old Delfin remarried on June sixteenth eighteen o eight to amend name Jean Pierre. Paulin blank who is an attorney banker lawmaker slave trader and as you'll see soon pirate Adelphia John Blunk would have four children together who were born in the residence at four nine Royal street. Currently idea Mannheim antiques in New Orleans occupies at. Address if you wanna stop in check it out. What is such a fun city that way rare for America place with the residents of someone who lived a few hundred years ago is still around and use today. I mean, I know in Europe, you know, place like that or a dime a dozen, but pretty special still on the side of the Pont del phen-. Gent's eldest daughter Marie Louise zone. Their other three children's names were John Lewis. No, yeah. John louis. Leonard Lowery is the name. He would end up with later. Louis. Marie law blank. And Marie Louis. Pauline blunk. Delfin Laurie's mother Marie John died of natural causes the year before in February twenty six h no seven and left. Her daughter thirty three thousand dollars that will become her dowry. In addition to whatever actually was technically thirty three thousand and seventy dollars, which is a lot of money in that time. In addition to whatever accumulation of slaves Blunk manage on his own. He was also gifted twenty-six more slaves by dolphins father at the time for wedding. Also in eighteen zero eight gene blank was gifted his first plantation so strange to me to be gifted actual people at wedding. It's such a different time it sometimes feels like a completely different world little Baxter. Mr. blank who sounds like a French clue character? It was Mr. blank in the foyer with a both heen Hamma. Gene block came to New Orleans ain't zero three..

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"marie louis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"marie louis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Every night. One night. I just finished our song. I sit down with my sister. Marie louis. The band was up on stage. And then the owner of the club. He went up and sing with the band. Remember the song from when he thinks Hendrix. Radio hayes. Missile this young couple guy and the girl they both Vietnamese they walk in the in the corner, only five minutes, they walk out. They want by out table and my sister nights. Oh, maybe they don't like the music. So they they don't stay just minutes after they left loan says the room, suddenly shirk other. There was a quake. It wasn't an earthquake. It was a bomb. Turn Lynn where were you in the bomb went off? On stage the bomb just went off. And I don't know where I am. You know, he wasn't her. Learn had a few cuts on her legs. Mary Louise was injured two and there were other casualties. I remember one American soldier. Yeah. Get killed that night. And one Vietnamese girl it was to advance girlfriend should just come to say Hello. She's only fifteen years old. She is Ryan of his drum set, and die instantly right there on your brother must have been. Absolutely devastated. Yes. He felt sorry for. But I think he was so young. How did you feel after the Bowman of we must have been extremely reluctant to take the stage. Again, we were so scare I cannot sleep at my. I'm still think about Emma very scare in my ear hurt. I couldn't hear one SAI. What did he think about the people that have planted that bomb the angry angry at how government and then when they see the? The French or the US soldier? They don't like it. Do you think they were targeting you personally as the band? No. I don't think so they just want to scare us at again. So we don't have to play for the journey. More around this time, turn Lynn started catching more attention from the authorities woes young men not in uniform who had pulled the strings to keep him out of the war. He felt like he was being followed crossing the many military checkpoints around the city became a risky thing as ever it was their mother who had the solution with the situation in Saigon collapsing around them, she organized, the CBC band's first international tour, they travel I around southeast Asia. And then on to India the Indian people they love rock and roll music, the boundary be safe, but it also meant leaving their mother and the rest of their family behind and they flew out of was about to change dramatically one morning missile McDonnell, his friend. Also, the manager of the van he throw the newspaper on the bad is a Waco. Yup. And we don't know what happened..

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"marie louis" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"marie louis" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"I'm saying MIR floor sink counter, anyone that's bunked with him in any capacity knows this is true. And then the second one is you're sneezing. Sneeze really loud, really loud. Like every if your child your newborn is in the room when you sneeze. It scares him to the point of crying. And it just kind of things that kind of seem like can't you change that? No, I can't I knew about it has to God's plan God's plan. But that's the water very surface stuff. Right. Same with the water. This next one's for you. This is Marie Louis yen Gaza. Is name Mary. Jessie, are you interested in writing a book about being a working mom? I would love to read it. I would love to hear you making fun of the psycho type amo GMs. Would it be fun? What I have a lot to say on the subject. Yes. Can I write a book? No, it's hard. Right. It's hard. I'm not a writer if I had someone to ghost write it possibly would. You don't know anybody after I'd be half fuck off. I after I bitch about how much the ghost writing and shit that I've done you wouldn't do. It would give me the credit. Yeah. No. I don't think I would for sure I would not be like it would be a apart Qorogh. I mean, how would you even how would you write it? So that it's deaf. Or how would you? How would you say it on the book? So that it's definitely not saying they say, whoever the person is. So let's say it was your book like like mats. Okay. Best with Ross Patterson's helps them right? So it'd be Jesse wise men with Ross Patterson, right, by the way, you reel less name as Patterson, but you were an actor and you went by Wiseman for so long that. Yeah. Kinda change it on paper. And I think that's what a lot of actors or people that have their name out there. Not that mine's really out there. But it's out there enough that if you hyphenate it or you change it people are like come on. Yeah. You aren't your own person anyways? But I did want to the type imams it's kind of funny that there's a new sort of humble brag. And it's in the mom world where where they'll show a cookie that's like messed up and it's like fail. Just tried to make homemade cookies with the kids made such a mess. It's it's a messy life. But it's are like this whole kind of. Whoops that time when you're carving pumpkins with your four children, you get seeds everywhere. My gosh, what a mess, you know. And it's like this helm bull Bragg thing. That's cropping up everywhere. You guys are going to notice it now. Anyway. Oh messy life, but it's ours in we love it. Oh, boy who got into the homemade cookies. Okay. This next one is from Walter Orazio, man toughness. Can we get a can we get a Brad Smith? This is A R A, you it's whatever Djabel 's once or have any plans for new future projects. Do I want? Yes, I would love to have some sort of dramatic movie in the works. But I think the u Reich it and everything that I've said on this podcast is pretty much taken me out of the running of any things to do with independent world fine. They're not gonna know nor do they care. I would love a that's my the psych cooking show for you could try like a like a guy feary. You know, the three plunger, no. Guy. Fieri you say over over board aim. Yes, I think bourdain is too serious where I don't. Yeah. Definitely wanna joke that we're boarding was just like I hate the food here. I hate you life. It's true. It's true. Wanna go back to my room and hang myself, the Melba like, oh, I think I want him zero point zero production, and then I wanna make it more fun. Yeah. So I want his crew in the thing is very great at it. I mean, really really great at it. And you gain probably two hundred pounds. But that would be the beauty of people would love it because you don't want. It would be Q intimidating to have my gorgeous body and face up there. People wouldn't watch it..

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"marie louis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"marie louis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Head. Oh, that's Robbi. Folks, a song that is featured on the new album wild wild wild. It's a song he wrote and the album is an album of duets with Robbie and Linda Gail Lewis. Who is also a pianist and singer and the younger sister of Jerry Lee Lewis in her piano, playing very much in that style. So among the kinds of songs you've written you've written a lot of drinking songs, and they're always very persuasive was drinking ever an issue for you. It still is. Yeah. Oh, okay. Drank a bit much last night. As a matter of fact, I wasn't planning to excited about coming down here. And I think I had one too many. I'm a moderately heavy drinker. You look very concerned. But I was trying to be light hearted about it. But I do drink. I do drink, and that's probably my only vice. It seems to be something comes easy when people are on the road. Well, I do it at home too. So I don't know. Right. Okay. This is headed an suddenly Dr. Yeah. I'm gonna take a slightly darker, Linda there was a period, I know because you've written about it in in your autobiography from the nineties. There's a period when you were doing drugs your dictate for a while you near you overdosed four times nearly died at least one of those times. And then you through all the Pels out the window, and I'm assuming you've been sober. Oh, yes. I have. And I don't know if that would have ever happened to me if I hadn't lost my mother, but you know, back in those days the doctor's never did site to us. Oh, here's a bottle of pills and take these and you might get addicted to them. No one said that oh you were prescribed them. Oh, I never took any street drugs. Well, I didn't have to had plenty of doctors. But it was about a year. I believe, but I had a really close call because I had reached the point where I just couldn't eat anything. And I had to have a abbey's for weeks. I don't even know how many weeks went by. And then my doctor would come in and say to me, you know, you're going to die. If you don't get a hold of yourself and start eating, and, but then he found a good psychiatric for me, a wonderful man, a wonderful Christian man who was a psychiatric. And he Optima he helped me so much. And so I spent about a year going to the psychiatrist and after about a year of that. I was okay. But it lasted all of it together lasted about two years. The dangerous thing was that it just took so long for me to be able to actually eat food. It was crazy. I guess I had some kinda like mental breakdown. I'd just couldn't eat and. You know, if you ever do that if you ever have nearly starved to death like that, then you have an eating problem for the rest of your life. Usually because you're always worried about whether or not you're going to have anything to eat. I don't I don't know why that is. But I've read about it that it's quite common. And it's certainly has affected me. I I can't be anywhere without having some kind of food with me just in make sure I have something Linda, I'm gonna ask you to do a song that you wrote. And and this too is is it's a sad song. It is. I was for us to and I wrote it. Yeah. It's hard. It's heartbreak highway and. You were telling me before we actually started recording that you write towns when you're sad, and you're depressed. Well, most of them because I mean, I have to feel at that moment. What I'm writing in it? And it just comes to me. It just comes into my head. And then I go to the piano when I hear the melody, and I have the lyrics, and and that's the song. So how did this come to you? What was going on in your life? Well, a friend of mine was she was my best friend at one time she had passed away and she actually had married. My ex husband actually, she took him away from me when I was on the road with Jerry Lewis in fats domino. And when I came home, I didn't have a husband, but I still loved her because she was my friend, and when she passed away, I just felt really depressed. I felt depressed because she was gone, and I felt bad for him that he had lost his wife, and I was sitting in the car and my husband went in an insurance office, and he stayed in there forever as he does. And I just wrote the song. Can you Capella for us? Okay. As I watch the sun said begin to roll. Falin? So. Hundred miles from Memphis. Down the road. I'm heart break way. Lose control to. Thank you. It's a really good song. How often do you write songs? Oh seldom ever. I mean. I wrote it's a dark and lonely road about I think seven years seven or eight years ago, I was on tour in the UK, and oh it was so depressing. We had this long drive. And I started thinking about things, you know. And I wrote this song called is a dark and lonely road. And I'm proud of that one. And I'm proud of heartbreak highway. And then I've written some other song that are just kinda. Okay. Although I do really like pretty little pictures because Robbie sang it with me. And it's a cute little song about losing someone. But then you have the memories of them pretty little pictures in your mind. How long does it take? Because I remember you came in with a song written in longhand. And she's got this great cursive writing she won penmanship in the third grade went to New Orleans is Representative of our town. So it's this beautiful looping writing. And it was on best western stationary and nothing crossed out. If I remember, and I got the impression that you'd written at the night before. That's right. Any helped me we wrote it together she was kind of a little bit down to because her grandmother had passed away. And we and I was saying to her, but you have all these wonderful memories. These pretty little pictures that you can always think about that. And that's how it happened. So who who's any any is my daughter? Anne, Marie Louis. How many children do you have I have four altogether and actually still have two that are speaking to me. If you have enough, you're still gonna always have some left. And he speaks enough for for. Yes, we're very close. We maybe this is the wrong place to bring it up. But you've been married like eight times nine times. Well, I have and but I had two children without say Harrelson. My he was our family friend, and my my brother's friend from the age of twelve years old. And so we had two children. And then I married Brent the one that took away from me, and we had two children. Annie and Oliver, and they're still basically almost still at home. I mean, any is married, but she lives fifteen minutes away, and my son's home a lot because we just love to be together. My guests are pianist and singer Linda Gail Lewis and songwriter singer and guitarist Robbie folks their new album of duets is called wild wild wild. This is fresh air..

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"marie louis" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:54 min | 2 years ago

"marie louis" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That's Robbi folks song that is featured on the new album wild wild wild. It's a song. He wrote and the album is an album of duets with Robbie and Linda Gail Lewis. Who is also a pianist and singer and the the younger sister, Jerry Lee Lewis and her piano playing very much in that style. So among the kinds of songs you've written you've written a lot of drinking songs, and they're always very persuasive was drinking ever an issue for you. It's still is. Yeah. Oh, okay. Drank a bit much last night. As a matter of fact, I was in planning to excited about coming down here. And I think I had one too many. I'm a moderately heavy drinker, and you look very concerned. But I was trying to be light hearted about it. I do drink. I do drink, and that's probably my only vice. It seems to be something comes easy when people are on the road. Well, I do it at home too. So I don't know. Right. Okay. This is headed in suddenly dark directs. Yeah. Yeah. I'm gonna take lightly darker, Linda, there's a period. I I know because you've written about it in in your autobiography from the nineties. There's a period when you were doing drugs addicted to cry for a while you near you overdosed four-times nearly died at least one of those times. And then you through all the Pels out the window, and I'm assuming you've been sober. Since then. Oh, yes, I have. And I don't know if that would have ever happened to me if I hadn't lost my mother, but back in those days the doctor's never did site to us. Oh, here's the bottle of pills and take these and you might get addicted to them. No one said that oh you were prescribed them grabbed. Oh, I never took any street drugs. Well, I didn't have to had plenty of doctors. But it was about a year. I believe, but I had a really close call because I reached the point where I just couldn't eat anything, and I had to have a abbey's for weeks. I don't even know how many weeks went by. And then my doctor would come in and say to me, you know, you're going to die. If you don't get a hold of yourself and start eating, and, but then he found a good psychiatric for me, a wonderful man, a wonderful Christian man who was a psychiatric he helped me so much. And so I spent about a year go into the psychiatrist and after about a year of that. I was okay. But it lasted all of it together laughing about two years, the dangerous thing was that it just took so long for me to be able to actually eat food. It was crazy. I guess I had some kinda like mental breakdown. They're not just couldn't eat and. You know, if you ever do that if you ever have nearly starved to death like that, then you have an eating problem for the rest of your life. Usually because you're always worried about whether or not you're gonna have anything to eat. I don't I don't know why that is. But I've read about it that it's quite common. And it's certainly has affected me. I I can't be anywhere without having some kind of food with me just in make sure I have something Linda, I'm gonna ask you to do a song that you wrote. And and this too is is it's a sad song. It is. I was impressed when I wrote it. Yeah. It's hard. It's heartbreak highway and. You were telling me before we actually started recording that you write tons when you're sad when you're depressed. Well, most of them because I mean, I have to feel at that moment. What I'm writing in? It just comes to me. It just comes into my head. And then I go to the piano when I hear the melody, and I have the lyrics, and and that's the song. So how did this come to you? What was going on in your life? Well, a friend of mine was she was my best friend at one time she had passed away and she actually had married. My ex husband actually, she took him away from me when I was on the road with Jerry Lee Lewis fats domino. And when I came home. I didn't have a husband, but I still loved her because she was my friend, and when she passed away, I just felt really depressed. I felt depressed because she was gone, and I felt bad for him that he had lost his wife, and I was sitting in the car and my husband went in an insurance office, and he stayed in there forever as he does. And I just wrote the song. Acapella for us. Okay. As I watch the sun said, the tears begin to roll. Falen? So. From memphis. Head on down the road and heart break way. Might lose control to. Thank you. It's a really good song. How often do you write songs? Oh, well seldom ever I mean. I wrote it's a dark and lonely road about seven years eight years ago, I was on tour in the UK, and it was so depressing. We had this long drive. And I started thinking about things, you know. And I wrote this song called is a dark and lonely road. And I'm proud of that one. And I'm proud of heartbreak highway, and then I've written some other songs that are just kinda. Okay. Although I do really like pretty little pictures because Robbie sang it with my. And it's a cute little song about losing someone. But then you have the memories of them pretty little pictures in your mind. How long does it take? Because I remember you came in with a song written in longhand. And she's got this great cursive writing she won penmanship in the third grade went to New Orleans is Representative of our town. So it's this beautiful looping writing. And it was on best western stationary and nothing crossed out of. I remember like, and I got the impression that you'd written at the night before. That's right. Any helped me we wrote it together she was kind of a little bit down to because her grandmother had passed away. And we and I was saying to her, but you have all these wonderful memories. These pretty little pictures that you can always think about that. And that's how it happened. So who who's any any is my daughter? Anne, Marie Louis. How many children do you have I have four altogether and actually still have two that are speaking to me. If you have enough you're gonna always have some left. And he speaks enough for four. Yes, we're very close. We maybe this is the wrong place to bring it up. But you've been married like eight times. Well, I have and but I I had two children without Harrelson. My he was our family friend, and my my brother's friend from the age of twelve years old. And so we had two children. And then I married Brad to the one that my friend took away from me, and we had two children. Annie and Oliver, and they're still basically almost still at home. I mean, any is married, but she lives fifteen minutes away, and my son's home a lot because we just love to be together. My guests are pianist and singer Linda Gail Lewis and songwriter singer and guitarist Robbie folks their new album of duets is called wild wild wild. This is fresh air. This.

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"From memphis. Down the road and heart break. Lose control Thank you. It's a really good song. How often do you write songs? Oh seldom ever. I mean. I wrote dark and lonely road about seven years seven eight years ago, I was on tour in the UK, and oh it was so depressing. This long drive, and I started thinking about things, you know. And I wrote this song called is dark and lonely road. And I'm proud of that one. And I'm proud of heartbreak highway, and then I've written some other songs that are just kind of. Okay. Although I do really like pretty little pictures because Robbie sang it with my. And it's a cute little song about, you know, losing someone. But then you have the the memories of them pretty little pictures in your mind. How long because I remember you came in with a song written in longhand. And and she's got this great cursive writing she won penmanship in the third grade to New Orleans is Representative of our town. So it's beautiful looping writing. And it was on best western stationary and nothing crossed out. If I remember, and I got the impression that you had written at the night before. That's right. Annie helped me we wrote it together she was kind of a little bit down to because her grandmother had passed away. And we and I was saying to her, but you have all these wonderful memories. These pretty little pictures that you can always think about that. And that's how it happened. So whose any any is my daughter Anne, Marie Louis. How many children do you have I have four altogether and actually still have two that are speaking to me. If you have enough always have. Any speaks enough for for. Yes, we're very close. We maybe this is the wrong place to bring it up. But you've been married like eight times nine times, I have and but I I had two children with sisal Harrelson. Are. He was our family friend, and my brother's friend from the age of twelve years old. And so we had two children. And then I married Brent the one that my friend took away from me, and we had two children and Oliver, and they're still basically almost still at home. I mean, anti is married, but she lives fifteen minutes away, and my son's home a lot because we just love to be together. My guests are pianist and singer Linda Gail Lewis and songwriter singer and guitarist Robbie folks their new album.

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"That's Robbi FOX a song that is featured on the new album wild wild wild. It's a song he wrote and the album is an album of duets with Robbie and Linda Gail Lewis. Who is also a pianist and singer and the the younger sister of Jerry Lee Lewis in her piano, playing very much in that style. So among the kinds of songs you've written you've written a lot of drinking songs, and they're always very persuasive was drinking ever an issue for you. It's still is she. Yeah. Oh, okay. Drank a bit much last night. As a matter of fact, I wasn't planning to excited about coming down here. And I think I had one too many. I'm a moderately heavy drinker, and you look very concerned, but I was trying to be light hearted about it. But I do drink. I do drink, and that's probably my only vice. It seems to be something comes easy when people are on the road. Well, I do it at home too. So I don't know. Right. Okay. This is headed an suddenly dark direct. Yeah. I'm going to take a slightly darker, Linda there was a period, I know because you've written about it in in your autobiography from the ninety s. There's a period when you were doing drugs, you're dictate the crowds for a you near you overdosed four times nearly died at least one of those times. And then you through all the Pels out the window, and I'm assuming you've been sober. Since then. Oh, yes, I have. And I don't know if that would have ever happened to me if I hadn't lost my mother, but back in those days the doctor's never did site to us. Oh, here's a bottle of pills. Take these. And you might get addicted to them, you know, no one said that oh you were prescribed them described. Oh, I never took any street drugs. Well, I didn't have to had plenty of doctors. But it was about a year. I believe, but I I had a really close call because I reached the point where I just couldn't eat anything, and I had to have a Abbas for weeks. I don't even know how many weeks went by. And then my doctor would come in and site me. You know, you're going to die. If you don't get a hold of yourself and start eating, and, but then he found a good psychiatric for me, a wonderful man, a wonderful Christian man who was a psychiatric. He helped me he helped me so much. And so I spent about a year going to the psychiatrist and after about a year of that. I was okay. But it lasted all of it together lasted about two years. The dangerous thing was that it just took so long for me to be able to actually eat food. It was crazy. I guess I had some kinda like mental breakdown, then I just couldn't eat, and you know, if you ever do that if you ever have nearly starved to death like that. Then you have an eating problem for the rest of your life. Usually because you're always worried about whether or not you're gonna have anything to eat. I don't I don't know why that is. But I've read about it that it's quite common. And it certainly has affected me. I I can't be anywhere without having some kind of food with me just to make sure I have something Linda, I'm going to ask you to do a song that you wrote. And and this too is is it's a sad song. It is. I was when I wrote it. Yeah. It's hard. It's heartbreak highway and. You were telling me before we actually started recording that you write times when you're sad, and you're depressed. Well, most of them because I mean, I have to feel at that moment. What I'm writing in it? And it just comes to me. It just comes into my head. And then I go to when I hear the melody, and I have the lyrics, and and that's the song. So how did this come to you? What was going on in your life? Well, a friend of mine of was she was my best friend at one time she had passed away and she actually had married. My ex husband actually, she took him away from me when I was on the road with Jerry Lewis in fats domino. And when I came home, I didn't have a husband, but I still loved her because she was my friend, and when she passed away, I just felt really depressed. I felt depressed because she was gone, and I felt bad for him that he had lost his wife, and I was sitting in the car and my husband went in an insurance office, and he stayed in there forever as he does. And I just wrote the song. Can you talk some of it acapella for us? Okay. As I watch the sun said, the tears begin to roll. Doc lonely. Lynn. So. From memphis. Head on down the road and heart break ha way. My lose control to thank you. It's a really good song. How often do you write songs? Oh, well seldom ever I mean. I wrote it's a dark and lonely road about I think seven years eight years ago, I was on tour in the UK, and oh it was so depressing. We had this long drive. And I started thinking about things, you know. And I wrote this song call is dark and lonely road. And I'm proud of that one. And I'm proud of heartbreak highway, and then I've written some other songs that are just kinda. Okay. Although I do really like pretty little pictures because Robbie sang it with me. And it's a cute little song about losing someone. But then you have the memories of them pretty little pictures in your mind. How long does it take? Because I remember you came in with a song written in longhand, and she's got this great cursive writing she won penmanship in the third grade went to New Orleans is Representative of our town. So it's as beautiful looping writing. And it was on best western stationary and nothing crossed out of. I remember like, and I got the impression that you'd written at the night before. That's right. Annie helped me we wrote it together she was kind of a little bit down to because her grandmother had passed away. And we and I was saying to her, but you have all these wonderful memories. These pretty little pictures that you can always think about that. And that's how it happened. So who who's any any is my daughter? Anne, Marie Louis. How many children do you have I have four altogether and actually still have two that are speaking to me. If you have enough you're gonna always have some left. And he speaks enough for four. Yes, we're very close. We maybe this is the wrong place to bring it up. But you've been married like eight times nine times, I have and but I I had two children with sisal Harrelson. Are. He was our family friend, and my my brother's friend from the age of twelve years old. And so we had two children. And then I married that to the one that my friend took away from me, and we had two children any and Oliver, and they're still basically almost still at home. I mean, any is married, but she lives fifteen minutes away, and my son's home a lot because we just love to be together. My guests are pianist and singer Linda Gail Lewis and songwriter singer and guitarist Robbie folks their new album of duets is called wild wild wild. This is fresh air..

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"Robbi folks song that is featured on the new album wild wild wild. It's a song. He wrote and the album is an album of duets with Robbie and Linda Gail Lewis. Who is also a pianist and singer and the the younger sister of Jerry Lee Lewis in her piano, playing is very much in that style. So among the kinds of songs you've written you've written a lot of drinking songs, and they're always very persuasive was drinking ever an issue for you. It's still is. Oh, I drank a bit much last night. As a matter of fact, I wasn't planning to excited about coming down here. And I think I had one too many. I'm a moderately heavy drinker. You look very concerned. But I was trying to be light hearted about it. But I do drink. I do drink, and that's probably my only vice. It seems to be something comes easy when people are on the road. Well, I do it at home too. So I don't know. Right. Okay. This is headed an suddenly dark direct. Yeah. Yeah. I'm going to take a slightly darker Linda there was a period. I I know because you've written about it in in your autobiography from the nineties. There's a period when you were doing drugs, you're in dictate to quit for a while you near you overdosed four-times nearly died at least one of those times. And then you through all the pellets out the window, and I'm assuming you've been sober. Since then. Oh, yes, I have. And I don't know if that would have ever happened to me if I hadn't lost my mother, but back in those days the doctor's never did site to us. Oh, here's a bottle of pills and take these and you might get addicted to them, you know, no-one said that oh you were prescribed them grabbed. Oh, I never took any street drugs. Well, I didn't have to plenty of doctors. Let's. But it it was about a year. I believe, but I had a really close call because I reached the point where I just couldn't eat anything, and I had to have a Abbas for weeks. I don't even know how many weeks went by. And then my doctor would come in and say to me, you know, you're going to die. If you don't get a hold of yourself and start eating, and, but then he found a good psychiatrist for me, a wonderful man, a wonderful Christian man who was a psychiatric. And he Optima he helped me so much. And so I spent about a year going to the psychiatrist and after about a year of that. I was okay. But it lasted all of it together lasted about two years that the dangerous thing was that it just took so long for me to be able to actually eat food. It was crazy. I guess I had some kinda like mental breakdown then I just couldn't eat. And you know, if you ever do that if. If you ever have nearly starved to death like that, then you have an eating problem for the rest of your life. Usually because you're always worried about whether or not you're going to have anything to eat. I don't I don't know why that is. But I've read about it that it's quite common. And it certainly has affected me. I I can't be anywhere without having some kind of food with me just to make sure I have something Linda, I'm going to ask you to do a song that you wrote. And and this too is is it's a sad song. It is. I was impressed when I wrote it. Yeah. It's hard. It's heartbreak highway and. You were telling me before we actually started recording that you write songs when you're sad. And you're depressed. Well, most of them because I mean, I have to feel at that moment. What I'm writing in it? And it just comes to me. It just comes into my head. And then I go to the piano when I hear the melody, and I have the lyrics, and and that's the song. So how did this come to you? What was going on in your life? Well, a friend of mine was she was my best friend at one time she had passed away and she actually had married. My ex husband actually, she took him away from me when I was on the road with Jerry Lee Lewis fats domino. And when I came home. I didn't have a husband, but I still loved her because she was my friend, and when she passed away, I just felt really depressed. I felt depressed because she was gone, and I felt bad for him that he lost his wife, and I was sitting in the car and my husband went in an insurance office, and he stayed in there forever as he does. And I just wrote the song. Can we saw some of it acapella for us? Okay. As I watch the sun said the begin to roll. Doc. Lonely. Lynn. So. From memphis. Down the road. And I'm heart break ha way. My lose control to thank you. It's a really good song. How often do you write songs? Oh, well seldom ever I mean. I wrote it's a dark and lonely road about I think seven years eight years ago, I was on tour in the UK, and it was so depressing. We had this long drive. And I started thinking about things, you know. And I wrote this song called is a dark and lonely road. And I'm proud of that one. And I'm proud of heartbreak highway, and then I've written some other song that are just kinda. Okay. Although I do really like pretty little pictures because Robbie sang it with me. And it's a cute little song about losing someone. But then you have the memories of them pretty little pictures in your mind. How long does it take? Because I remember you came in with a song written in longhand, and she's got this great cursive writing she won penmanship in the third grade went to New Orleans is Representative of our town. So it's as beautiful looping writing. And it was on best western stationary and nothing crossed out. If I remember, and I got the impression that you'd written at the night before. That's right. Any helped me we wrote it together she was kind of a little bit down to because her grandmother had passed away. And we and I was saying to her, but you have all these wonderful memories. These pretty little pictures that you can always think about that. And that's how it happened. So who who's any any is my daughter? Anne, Marie Louis. How many children do you have I have four altogether and actually still have two that are speaking to me. If you have enough, you're still gonna always have some left. And he speaks enough for four. Yes, we're very close. We maybe this is the wrong place to bring it up. But you've been married like eight times nine times I have and but I hit and I had two children without Seselj Harrelson. My he was our family friend, and my my brother's friend from the age of twelve years old. And so we had two children. And then I married at Brent the one that my friend took away from me, and we had two children any and Oliver, and they're still basically almost still at home. I mean, any is married, but she lives fifteen minutes away, and my son's home a lot because we just love to be together. Thank you both so much and now as Linda kale Lewis and Ravi folks, great to have you both here. Thank you for being. So generous playing your music for us. I really loved hearing it. Thank you so much. Thank you, Terry. Robbie folks and Linda Gail Lewis have a new album together called wild wild wild tomorrow on fresh air. My guest will be John Batiste, the leader of stay human the house band for the late show with Stephen Colbert. He's a pretty extraordinary pianist and will be at the piano for our interview he has a new album called Hollywood Africans. The draws on his influences from boogie Woogie to loneliest, monk and classical music. I hope you'll join us. Fresh Air's.

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"Single. Have we grow. You Swain with the stars while I'm in this drinking alone. Yes, you're flying. They did up u k. When you to. Don't reach for my hand. Just the first verse Lind has never heard this music before. It's weird singing in front of her. Great. I left that. Let's do it tonight at the show. Okay. The I love. I love that song that was Robbie folks playing Asahi. He wrote code when you get to the bottom. And with me is Robbie folks songwriter singer guitarist, and also Linda Gail Lewis, who's a singer and pianist, and they have an album of duets together called wild, wild wild. We'll be right back in the place some more for us. This is fresh air. Support for this podcast and the following message come from the partnership for a new American economy research fund as a sixteen year old. Rehabbed the Gary left Sudan to go to college in the United States. And today for Geary is a successful entrepreneur and CEO in New York to read more stories like Gary's and see the top one hundred cities for new Americans go to NAET cities, index dot org, slash NPR, emigrants stories are being shared on Twitter via hashtag. I am America in recent months. It's become a familiar story. A man brought down by accusations of sexual harassment and assault. And one of the actresses took me aside and said, hey, China to be alone with him this week on hidden brain. We take a closer look at one of these stories and ask a simple question why now. This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us my guests songwriter singer, Robbie folks singer and pianist, Linda Gail Lewis who is by the way the younger sister of Jerry Lee Lewis. They have a new album of duets called wild wild wild on the new album. Wild, wild wild. You have a song. Robbie, that's basically a soul music song. I haven't heard you do that before, but it's called full maker and you know there's an or soulful Oregon behind you and backup singers. Let how did you end up writing some more on the Sean row of soul music than country? Will you know? Recently I was working on this a whole nother ball of wax, but I was working on a cover album version of a Bob Dylan record called street legal that came out in nineteen seventy nine in of course, doing that I met these three soul singers in Chicago or church singers. They also sing with a variety of people like Michael McDonald and Aretha. Klin did sing with Franklin, but their names are Yvonne gage, faith, Howard, and Joan Colosio. And so I was doing some recording with them and they were really just lifting me in a new realms and inspiring me, and I just never pictured myself singing with great soul singers behind me. And I think that gave me a lot of lift to write songs in that new vein like like foam anchor. And I mean, besides that, I, I was loved soul music, who doesn't, you know, it's great. So I think we need to hear fool maker. This is a song by Robbie folks that he's performing on the new album. Wild, wild, wild. Danger. I didn't. Was y'all headstrong? Right. So. Why to mature. No, just what you were. Ios sued line tone. Should. I've been a clue. When you real show. Young hearts. Parts and he trusting so. Can you get. In your hands. That's Robbi folks song that is featured on the new album, wild, wild wild. At the song he wrote, and the album is an album of duets with Robbie and Linda Gail Lewis who is also a pianist and singer, and the the younger sister of Jerry Lee Lewis and her piano playing very much in that style. So among the kinds of songs you've written, I've written a lot of drinking songs and they're always very persuasive was drinking ever an issue for you still is. I drank a bit much last night. As a matter of fact, I wasn't planning to excited about coming down here and I think I had one too many. I'm a moderately heavy drinker. You look very concerned, but I was trying to be late hearted about it, but I do drink, I do drink, and that's probably my only vice. It seems to be something comes easy when people are on the road. Well, I do it at home too. So I don't know. Right. Okay. This is headed in suddenly dark direct? Yeah. I'm gonna take a slightly darker Linda. There's a period I, I know because you've written about it in in your autobiography from the nineties. There's a period when you were doing drugs, you're addicted to quotes for a while. You near you overdose for times nearly died, at least one of those times and then you through all the Pels out the window and I'm assuming you've been sober since then? Yes, I have. And I don't know if that would've ever happened to me if I hadn't lost my mother, but you know, back in those days, the doctor's never did site to us. Oh, here's a bottle of pills. Take these and you might get addicted to them. You know, no one said that you were prescribed them grabbed, oh, I never took any street drugs. Well, I didn't have to had plenty of doctors. But it was about a year I believe, but I, I had a really close call because I reached the point where I just couldn't eat anything, and I had to have a Avize for weeks. I don't even know how many weeks went by, and then my doctor would come in and site a me. You know, you're going to die if you don't get hold of yourself and start eating, and but then he found a good psychiatrist forming a wonderful man, a wonderful Christian man who was a psychiatric and he up to a, he helped me so much. And so I spent about a year going to the psychiatrist and after about a year of that, I was okay, but it lasted all of it together lasted about two years. The dangerous thing was that it just took so long for me to be able to actually eat food. It was crazy. I guess I had some kinda like mental breakdown, then I just couldn't eat and. You know if you ever do that if you ever have nearly starved to death like that, then you have an eating problem for the rest of your life usually because you're always worried about whether or not you're gonna have anything to eat. I don't. I don't know why that is, but I've read about it that it's quite common and it certainly has affected me. I, I can't be anywhere without having some kind of food with me just in make sure I have something. Linda, I'm gonna ask you to do a song that you wrote and, and this too is it's a sad song. It is. I was impressed when I wrote it. Yeah, it's hard. It's heartbreak highway, and you were telling me before we actually started recording that you write songs when you're sad when you're depressed? Well, most of them because I mean, I have to feel at that moment what I'm writing in and it just comes to me. This comes into my head, and then I go with the piano and I hear the melody and I have the lyrics and and that's the song. So how did this come t what was going on in your life? Well, a friend of mine. She was my best friend at one time. She had passed away and she actually had married my ex husband. Actually, she took him away from me when I was on the road with Jerry Lewis in fats, domino. And when I came home, I didn't have a husband, but I still loved her because she was my friend. When she passed away, I just felt really depressed. I felt depressed because she was gone and felt bad for him that he had lost his wife and I was sitting in the car, and my husband went in an insurance office and he stayed in there forever as he does and I just wrote the song can acapella for us. Okay. As I watch the sun said the teas big into role, their dark lonely, failing. So. Five hundred miles from Memphis. Head on down the road, and I'm heart break way. Might lose control. Thank here. As a really good song. How often do you write songs? Oh, seldom ever. I mean, I wrote a dark and lonely road about, I think, seven years, seven, eight years ago. I was on tour in the UK and it was so depressing. We had this long drive and I started thinking about things, you know, and I wrote this song called dark and lonely road, and I'm proud of that one and I'm proud of heartbreak highway, and then I've written some other songs that are just okay. Although I do really like pretty little pictures because Robbie sang it with me and it's a cute little song about, you know, losing someone, but then you have the memories of them pretty little pictures in your mind, how long? Because I remember you came in with a song written in longhand, and and she's got this great cursive writing. She won penmanship in the third grade, went to New Orleans is Representative of our town, so it's beautiful looping. In writing and it was on best western stationary and and nothing crossed out. If I remember like I got the impression that you'd written at the night before. That's right. Annie helped my. We wrote it together. She was kind of a little bit down to because her grandmother had passed away and we and I was saying to her, but you have all these wonderful memories. These pretty little pictures that you can always think about that and that's how it happened. So who's any any is my daughter, Anne Marie? Louis, how many children do you have? I have four altogether and actually still have two that are speaking to me.

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03:06 min | 2 years ago

"marie louis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"From memphis. Head on down the road. I'm heart break way. My lose control to thank you. It's a really good song. How often do you write songs? Oh seldom ever. I mean. I wrote a dark and lonely road about I think seven years seven or eight years ago, I was on tour in the UK, and it was so depressing. We had this long drive. And I started thinking about things, you know. And I wrote this song called is a dark and lonely road. And I'm proud of that one. And I'm proud of heartbreak highway, and then I've written some other songs that are just kinda. Okay. Although I'll do really like pretty little pictures because Robbie sang it with me. And it's a cute little song about losing someone. But then you have the memories of them pretty little pictures in your mind. How long does it take? Because I remember you came in with a song written in longhand, and she's got this great cursive writing she won penmanship in the third grade went to New Orleans is Representative of our town. So it's this beautiful looping writing. And it was on best western stationary and nothing crossed out of I remember, and I got the impression that you'd written at the night before. That's right. Any helped me we wrote it together she was kind of a little bit down to because her grandmother had passed away. And we and I was saying to her, but you have all these wonderful memories. These pretty little pictures that you can always think about that. And that's how it happened. So who who's any any is my daughter? Anne, Marie Louis. How many children do you have I have four altogether and actually still have two that are speaking to me. If you have enough, you're still gonna always have some left. And he speaks enough for four. Yes, we're very close. We maybe this is the wrong place to bring it up. But you've been married like eight times nine times I have but I hit and I had two children without Seselj Harrelson. My are he was our family friend, and my my brother's friend from the age of twelve years old. And so we had two children. And then I married Brett the one that my friend took away from me, and we had two children. Annie and Oliver, and they're still basically almost still at home. I mean, any is married, but she lives fifteen minutes away, and my son's home a lot because we just love to be together. My guests are pianist and singer Linda Gail Lewis and songwriter singer and guitarist Robbie folks their new album of duets is called wild wild wild. This is fresh air. WNYC's supporters include Kenneth Lonergan, the Waverley gallery, actor comedian writer and director Elaine may returns to Broadway alongside..

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"marie louis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"marie louis" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"It's van forty years of obvious presley's legacy as a cultural phenomenon but not just to the united states all over the world to guy harris has a childhood friend of elvis he volunteered at the elvis presley birthplace and tupelo mississippi he talks to people from other countries as much as people from here at home that all the time you know as some people over from yet in fact uh jab promptness some full five years ago when he's been a referee coming over and with this guy witness got will which set around the birthplace ends how about this and that's you know we need aspect question i tried to answer implore have you ever heard of elvis week i brought in carl turkish the regular people they used to go on with the next year i bought and look borders redid it start doing the concert and every year the concerts got bigger bagdan again bringing in the plants have dollars to do conversations with everyone darwin lam publisher of several elvis magazines helped build the annual event it started with a candlelight vigil at graceland as though all of a sudden all this week just got so big and end the promoter through the magazine and click great looked at the internet started so they started their website everything so now and you've per throughout the years i mean is there there could be up to sixty thousand two hundred thousand people in that one week he says many of the friends of elvis have pashto on but they still have concerts and you could tour graceland whether you're there for elvis week or you're on your own time the planes they've got the cars and of course the house now the a miracle record plumes and you can still see elvis live as long as you don't mind him not being their first off there have been elvis tribute artists for decades they don't generally like being called elvis impersonators at least some of them all the new it he had a state representative bruce borders verses indiana attorney general curtis hill at the 2017 nbn i one as marie louis only man there's elvis live onscreen luna steals first girono actually take elvis.

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