5 Burst results for "Mary Low"
"mary low" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Speak for. He also thinks advice was legalized. Women like the victims of the grim sleeper. Wouldn't have to hide as much as he did with us. Have a better chance now. Being killed by someone like lonnie franklin a very progressive thinking from chicken joe old recurring character if new listener pimp but now he's more of like a sex worker advocate Back the time line now and two thousand four detective cliff. Shepherd look into old south l. a. murder cases when he finds dna sample taken from the body of mary. Low twenty six year old killed on halloween night. Back in nineteen eighty seven dna analysis shows similarity to samples found on valerie macoris body and princess bertha mus- body. This is part of the original two thousand one effort to solve old murder cases. Kudos to detective shepherd in two thousand four doing some due diligence on cases that happened before they were officers doing some deep dive digging in the cold case files and july. She doesn't five lonnie's placed on unsupervised probation again because he's not incarcerated. His dna still not put in the system. Lucky fugger it was supposed to have been but it wasn't because probation officers were not clicking dna from those on unsupervised probation between november twenty. Two thousand four to august five because they had thousands of imprisoned felons to collect from there just behind in their work by because it was just too much crime happy so lonnie narrowly escaped capture again. January two thousand six investigative reporter christine pelvic goes to l. a. coroner's office to speak to assistant chief. Coroner ed winter. He tells you they've been looking into female body. Dump cases in south central went to reach out to lapd sheriff's department. They ignored him. No idea why. Maybe overworked is the beginning of an investigation. It would last for several years for christine. She later wrote in her book. When i move to. La in the nineties. I was stunned by the level of gun. Violence the daily bloodbath in los angeles and the culture of guns and gangs were alien to me. I was particularly shocked. The sheer number of black prostitutes and drug addicted. Women killed these women whose bodies appear to litter. The streets seemed to be invisible in their own city. I want to be able to do something. I felt as a reporter at a local papers. My job to write about them to tell their stories to the people in their city. I wanted to make them visible so the community had a face or had to face this sick and twisted problem and somehow do a better job of dealing with it. So hail christine.
"mary low" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Telephone number. 410 Wcbm 6 80. We are talking Radio six in Wcbm in 99.9 FM in Harford County. Say 52, Caroline. Owings Mills once the way in this morning, Carol Good morning. Hey, look, I know you're mad, but look, we are heard low. Mary Low tonight, Chief Brooks. Say he's going to abort the audit, baby. Okay, What does he say? What does he say? Sean? He said move on, Did he not? Now he can say it, but that doesn't mean it's going to happen, But that's but that's what he said. You're cooking everything. And here it is. Donald. Donald Trump said Barbara the dough exactly. Elder and Larry Elder. So I'm just saying So. Why did he do that? You're just a fool. You come on me. You come on the air and you just make a fool out of yourself every every time. I mean, I would think it would get old after a while. But why don't you come on and engaging, intelligent discussion and making a fool out of yourself with those kinds of statements through, uh, go back to sleep, for God's sake. I mean, that's just wait that long, and that was your best effort. That was your back yesterday game. Oh, God. Help us all. Uh, I pray for you, sir. I really do because you know people like you that explains Biden. There you go. That's it, And I'm not shell completely explains how Joe Biden Well, I still don't think he's legit, but explains the mindset behind it. So that is just It's just too much. All right, take 53. I'm.
"mary low" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This week. I have no idea what he's doing is don't ask, but I am Ben Parker filling in for Dan. Typically, you can hear me from 2 to 6 in the afternoon doing the news here on WBZ and we had a fun filled action packed night and hoping that you will join in to take us home. 617254 10 30 Covid. We talked about Covid the new move variant that is come about I mentioned earlier. I don't know how we jumped from because I I do news so clearly, you know, I I should have my finger on the pulse, right? We went from Delta to move like like overnight and that skipped a whole bunch of Greek letters in the alphabet. I did a little research gather or some other variants out there. They stole those names, and they didn't really make much of an impact. So let's just curious when I heard Hey, we're on. We're on Move area. Wait a second. Don't know the Greek alphabet by heart. But I know that Delta and move are not right next to each other and no, they're not. So we can talk about that. Or back to school. Kids are masking up to go back to school. Did yours have to? Are you worried about it? Are you worried that they're going back to school? Maybe too soon? Maybe not soon enough. Whatever. We talked about space to if you don't talk about space. Peter King is a fascinating guests. CBS correspondents been covering space since the mid nineties and in the space since you know he was born. Really, uh, knows a lot. We could have a lot of fun with that. So if you wanna talk about space, maybe something you witnessed in the space program or maybe something you're hoping will happen. In space. Let's go to Lowell. Hello, Mary Lou. Goodbye, Heart. Where she where she go. Mary Lou, come back. Hi, Ben. Hi, there. Um, train. I don't know what you look like. But I'm trying to picture you with white plant and you need to send them back to where you bought them. No white paint. No, I can't wear white pants. No, absolutely not a man with white pants. No, no, no, no, no. No. But you see, this is where you see 50. Yeah, like beings in the fifties. I get you here. Here's the thing. And the funny thing is, and you don't really know me, which is fine, And I'm glad to tell you about myself. Not what I look like, Necessarily. But, uh, I actually it's funny because I bought the white pants. For the exact reason that you're telling me I shouldn't wear them because I know that I shouldn't wear them, but I want to wear them so people will go. Why are you wearing those white pants? I'm just curious if it's if I can wear them a couple days after Labor Day because I was laid up for a few weeks. No, You can't with them at all at all. But you said your wife doesn't like what? Not My life doesn't like anything I pick out because I'm a guy. I don't blame her. I don't blame her not to even my P and then, like, seriously, I can't even believe you would buy a clear awake. She couldn't either. I did get him on sale, So that's a plus right? How it is it now? They're trying to get rid of that. Well, he did. They got rid of one pair to me. Yes, exactly. That's why they put them on sale so they can get rid of them. Because men just don't wear white appeared just like a man wearing white shoes. Hello. All right. Well, I guess I'll put the white shoes back to Alabama. How about a white hat? Like why don't just dress all in white? What's the difference? I'm dying. No, no hat, no boots. You've just you blew up my entire wardrobe for tomorrow. Mary Low. All right, I'll take I'll take sorry as they seriously somebody will shoot at you or something or honest to God. As I said to yourself, as they say, I will take it under advisement. Okay. Someday you'll grow up like you just said no wrong. All right, Mary Lou, I love listening to you, though. You sound like a cool guy. Oh, I am going to be cool wearing those white peers. I'll tell you that. All right? I'm a little sad, but thanks, Mary Lou. All right, Well, there's one I guess I got to keep score. Rob. We've got to keep score. That's one against the, uh, the white pants. Let's go to Linda in Ipswich. I have no idea if she's calling about pants or something else, But she's on Nightside. Hi there. Linda. Hi, John. Hey, guys. You're willing to wear the white pants even against your wife's objections? Well, yeah, well, especially against her. Why do you need of strangers? Approval? Come on, get a little bit of self confident. That white thing not where you have to Labor Day went out in the 19 forties. All right, was it was there in the forties? As then decades since they dropped that, all right Where your white bad, All right, All right. There's one. All right, Linda. I appreciate that again. I will take that under advisement. Although I feel like I feel like you don't like the white pan idea. You're just saying I could wear them. No, no, I love so I dance have a little bit of self competence. Go down to say Hey, look at me. I just taken a thumb in your eyes. I'm gonna wear my white pants. Do it. All right, well tomorrow, then we break out the white pants. There you go. Alright. Enjoy yourself. Thanks, Linda. Okay, Bye back. I I didn't know that the white pants thing would be the big topic tonight, but apparently it is. I did buy a pair of white pants. I bought them late, man. Yeah, I was gonna say late June early July sometime in that range, I bottom because they're white pants. And I thought, Hey, white pencil. Be cool. My wife said those will not be cool, which made me want to buy them even more. So now I got this pair of nice white golf pants. Uh, you know, they're stretchy. They, you know, they breathe whatever still have the tags on it. I guess I could bring them back. Except I think the store I bought him that's out of business. Anyway, so I I just was kidding around a little bit. I do you know, let's after Labor Day. I thought there was no rule. I don't know. What do I know about fashion? I'm a guy in my fifties. I just heard Labor Day. Can't wear white anymore. Maybe that's wrong. I don't know. Lorries in Montana on nightside. Hi, Laurie. By a great show tonight. This is very refreshing. Thank you. This this this tide, Bucker says. Just go ahead and wear them. First of all, they're not like press women. Not coming from Miami. But if anybody gives you a hard time just telling you stepped off the plane from Florida. I could do that. I was I was thinking, uh, I got a nice, uh, light blue shirt golf shirt. Maybe that would go with it. Maybe I could even throw on like I got a very light. When I say light like it's not. It's not heavy, like for winter. It's a very light spring kinda dress jacket. And maybe if I did that, and kind of pulled off the the Rico suave, maybe put the hat on, like control. I could do that. And then the white pants wouldn't like. Look as obvious they'd be like, Oh, this guy is really dressed weird instead of just my parents. Yeah, stop. We'll do our white pants. A big deal in Montana. People were white Pence in Montana alone. You know? It's want to people. Where would they want to wear half of the more short fall winter so I don't want to go. I don't want to stereotype Montana and by the way, Montana is probably in my top. Five states. I'd love to go visit for a like a while and and and explore the joint. And I don't say that because you're from Montana. I just say that because it's true. I'm actually from New England. I moved out here 10 years ago. Oh, God bless you. But I I I don't mean to stereotype, but I kind of felt like Montana's like a blue jean kind of place. Really very much as there are. The pockets of cowboys are also professional pockets, too. But I can't say that I've seen maybe on the golf courses in the summer..
"mary low" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Read law weary as so where nobody to be. Nobody's crew working at fast food restaurants on period or mary low lambinon. We ain't doing it now doing that. Now if i want to be the district manager then yeah. I'm gonna this about the young souls and That sin that impression to me slow at eighteen years old a nineteen year old seventeen year old on twenty one zero. I'll come on to mcdonald's but they want to cook line or whatever or we like the work behind the counter. Why why they can't wait a blue suit from. Why why would you wanna wear because if you could some nice legs in a nice button up shirt or nice a polo shirt and cool said. It'd be cool. I said mcdonald's you immediately said no suit. I you dinner said well. What about the corporate part. Now you say yeah. You wear to sue for the corporate y- mcdonalds a whole now i'm a whole jumpy a crew workup. Just not doing it not doing that. You put probably it goes to what they're saying. Crew worker and crew has says it is a citizen of a crew workers with the in person interview and they come looking the way. I'm looking day or the way you're looking today with the now. Hold hold on because that's basically what you're saying. Now they don't. I said wiser nice. Legs or is what i said. The next question do next question. i'm. I'm i'm actually actually this question in another way. Okay say if you was the owner of the mcdonald's the plot right savings owner the mcdonald's down the block and all these young folks coming in there for a job interview Right to work the cook line or whatever they do there and one of the young folks didn't look like the way. I look today with jeans. Sneakers and his polo scher. One of the young folks came in with the h in them. Suit that you're talking about okay. Right out of all the other teenagers knowing they all going for the same position right. Would that give an impression on you at the young man who didn't have to win could've just came any awakaned. Automate johnson said he came in as a seventeen year old. Even though he's working this cook lot came with that to piece blue suit with this shirt looking professional hiring him. I'm not going to necessarily higher. Just because he had that suit on all right. Let me say this say. Make it. Nice and oppression. But then you're to get which is saying bobby is because it's a cook line job. They don't necessarily have to be dressed that way. But i think that if a person a young person came into the mcdonald's that are owned. And i know right with part of karfa cases not being addressed us if they in that way comparison to the others. I'm gonna look at that person like wait a minute. I want this. This person went the extra now to the he may for me. He thinks he can be a good company. Doing whole talk was again dressing that be. No damn crew uses selective everybody out his own phone coverage. That's okay come on. Come on no i was. I was calling about the issue as far as dressing. And i agree. Also i don't care if you go into a job making five dollars an hour or fifty dollars an hour. You're supposed to go in there with your best foot forward even if you never have to wear that suit to that job again. So i saw five candidates and they all had the same qualification. I if i had seen one with a suit on that would stand out to me because that means that. He took that extra time to make sure he came and put together. Because you don't dress for the job you have dressed the job that you want. G may start out as a line cook but he may be managed some day and believe it or not the managers of mcdonald's that makes closest Right so you you have to come in with that mentality on a regular basis like my job. We don't have you know with meal and that we don't have dress codes. I work for the government. We don't have just colds and chuck me. some people. Take that to their advantage from people. Come in little flatter. Pajama pants was crazy. Adult and a lot of times people are saying old. You have today. Why are you just coming to work. I'm coming to work. I'm not gonna sit here like you know going running errands. You have to dress for the job. You won't because trucking that makes a difference mentality when you pull yourself together in the morning. That makes a difference in how you go to work how you approach that day. So he's trying to say and was coming here with some slacks nice button up. That's not a good impression because that's still needed an impressionable and you say we'll j. The sneakers an interview. I know i never said that. I sit nine you with those jeans. Lex apollo. I never seen i want to listen to it. I said let's show which listed coming into look will never come my dad. I said i'd say i listened to the show. Yeah i probably never do not cut it out for you. Don't have tony. Say something demons later. You say that you ask the question the different weight. And that's because it's going to get a different answer loofah because one time my oldest son. He's twenty four now but he was volunteer job to make you for like that. Of course since. And i. I don't know him because he had like just a regular polo. Sir is some khaki we know you're going to go put on put on the tie. Go 'cause you're gonna make that impression and he will say anything. He was like why it's only selling sneakers. Don't have that mentality. And that part of the problem we have to also pass that onto our kids because that's misguided as is so always try to tell my kids dress for the job you want so if you just it.
"mary low" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee
"He was responsible for very large budget and his joke always was his his wife Thicker was mary low mary. Lou never lets me near a checkbook or because because in my mind around round every summer to the nearest million so it was a funny guy he was a nice guy any economy call me and he said look i given the and you know i got served at home. My wife said wait. You're being subpoenaed in. I divorce action and i'm like oh john i i don't even i talk. Hey i was just like oh. Mortified doesn't even that was your day. Yeah and it turned to everything turned out fine. And he was a lovely person but at that moment and when i was going through that trial I remember. I'm not a big religious person and i i don't mean to apply that but as i was sitting in the courtroom underneath where the judge sat and says in said it big letters in god we trust and i thought you know whatever. Somebody's interpretation of god is in that context and there's a lot of interpretations of that I just said look. There are good things waiting for me. That's what i said to myself and this too shall pass. What whatever this is too shall pass. So that's what i would say. There are a lot of hard thinks in life and everything that happened to me. A particularly what i made mistakes or what. I thought mistakes at the time they taught me the most. What's billy joel. Says right mistakes the only things you can truly call your own so It was such a if you're in one of those moments or you're having those times when things seemed the darkest and that it can't possibly be okay. It will be okay somehow. I i can only tell you it will be okay somehow. I don't know how but it will be. That's what i believe. This too will pass Debbie how can people get in contact with you or out and get your book Yes the the yeah. The website is authentic meaningful.