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"mister kimble" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

08:57 min | 10 months ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"Back because I'm bored. More need to chill the minority. Page us. Looking for the product. Is Selling narcotics. What do you say now whether it's to attorney, General Bar or your critics over the years about a song that frankly was ahead of America's awareness of this alleged racial profiling. Yeah! May you know as an artist we always tried to. You know worn. Going home to music. A lot of people called the music violence. But the music was really understanding. We're trying to help America understand how we were figuring in the community. bad. You know we could take longer if progress was made. You know before before that song on police long you know active that song. You have the Rodney King incident now. Police on shrouded be question now people are understanding that you know. We got to look at the state from both ways, and you can't just demonize a community for trying to fight back some excessive force. Also released a song I'll call good cop. Bad Cop, which would song that really was protested and really begging good cops to stand up for the community and stand up for. The people in the community and get somebody's bad apples at your bunch, and so these things when they go unheard or to go. You know people just take him that songs. Then you have real people in the streets in a real explosion that we were trying to prevent. Yeah I really appreciate that particular texture you bring because that's that goes full circle from what the art was trying to tell us about. What's happening in the community? To the response to then what you're doing today, actually getting into the policy as I think, you know ice cube. Because we talked about in advance, we will. We really like to get everybody to the table for bigger conversations. We learn more when we listen to more people so I'm thrilled that you're willing to stick around as we bring in one of our experts, presidential historian Jon Meacham. He's the author of among other books songs of America Patriotism Protest and music that made a nation. To quote ice cube what's up John. All always well here. Is Cuba's in that book. For that saw. And? Just to be clear, so there's not any problem. I as as as you all talk. My mind went back to Marian. Anderson Nineteen thirty nine. She sang in front of the Lincoln Memorial. Eleanor Roosevelt resigned from the daughters of the American revolution because the daughters of the American. Revolution refused to let Marian Anderson. Sang at Constitution Hall near the White. House and the image of. This African American woman this amazing singer. World renowned. Was, one of the first popular images in the twentieth century of the kind of desegregation, the kind of journey that Dr King would be so much a part of in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three, when Marian Anderson came back to sing again. They're also thinking about Nina. Simone, who wrote? Mississippi God, Damn the morning or the afternoon. She heard about the bombing and Sixteenth Street Baptist Church. And you. You have this Billie holiday strange fruit as you said I, mean is this. Music. Has Fundamentally, both reflected who we want to be, but it's also shape to. We want to be and the idea that art is not political is crazy. Yeah well. I love the examples you give and this intersection, and so this is the next thing I want to play for both of you. We're GONNA play for Ice Cube get his response and then John Your historic perspective because. We've covered a lot of how the establishment which some people would call at at times. White America. was really united and bipartisan in its response, whether that was to Nwea or a lot of other artists. You just mentioned so we have this together ice cube. Take a look this is. POLITICIANS RESPONDING TO ARRANGE OF RAP music, including that was critical of the police. Take a look. A line has been crossed. Not just of taste. But of human dignity and decency, the kind of hatred that you do not honor today songs about killing policemen and rejecting law. If you took the words, white and black, and you reverse them, you might think David. Duke was given that speech. The last line, an attack on sister soldier, who also criticized police brutality. As I often say ice cube. It's not to endorse everything every song every political platform, but I'm curious now today what you think looking back at that. You know it's to be expected. You know from people who WanNa keep status quo to loan not. Want to hear music that pushes the below on, you know. Santana rap music. What I love about rap music. Is You know it deals deal with the good, the bad and ugly of our society and so To me it was. going. To do but musicians and artists we're doing. We're supposed to do to. which is to take the temperature of the country and hopefully. Elvis to stand each other better, and how hopefully we'll see a better future, but thank God for the artist who? Have, the courage to speak truth to power or just telling like it is. John. Well you know one of Dr. King's favourite quotations was adopted from Theater Parker? Who is an abolitionist minister in New England in the nineteenth century and the Dr King formulated as the Ark of moral universe is long, but it bins toward justice and a lot of folks who look like me. Have used that as kind of comforting easy listening argument that you know what if we just go along? It'll all work out in the end. If you look like me, things have always worked out right. I'm I'm a southern white male companion I haven't had a great deal of strife in in my life, but one of the things that history tells us the history that's unfolding today I'm not talking about frock coats and powdered wigs, but the history at black lives. Matter Plaza, the history that John Lewis represented. As, he begins his his final. Journey home. Is that that? Line that Aric will not bend unless there are people who insist that swerve. And artists are in a particularly strong position culturally to insist that it swerve, and then we can we work it out. That's what a republic is. That's what that's. What free government is, but I think to expect one person one entity to have all the answers and a solution of how to get there legislatively and fix it. All up by Tuesday is is unreasonable. This is this is the dialectic. It's a conversation it. It's I would say it's a symphony, but it has there has to be a lot of cacophony to well hold on, hold on John Know you had me up. Is it a symphony though? Or is it the endless American remix? Well I'm going to defer to you and Mr Cube. Mister Kimble over on time I give Mr. keep the last word. I think of a Remix I think hip hop like jazz samples, everything that's come before it, but then still takes us forward. And nothing wrong with taking wasn't good in making the move and I think that's what we need to do. With America, you know most hardest real quick you know, they won't harmony no matter how hard core they are, they will lose harmony and so on. Let's take was good in America. Liz, remix it, and let's come up with something better. Well if Jon Meacham is the new feature on on Ice Cube. remix on here for it. Thank you both of the discussion. Come back we'll be right back. Up to an important story, the NBA star Lebron James Speaking out on the Briana Taylor death case, she was killed by police James playing last night with her name, written.

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"mister kimble" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on No Jumper

"I'm talking about the road and they get you know what i'm saying. Don't run out there. Who do you think about <hes> yeah. You should know about mandatory twiss. Okay my god tree twiss. <hes> who else is a lot of a lot of people out there. My guy larson sir wellesz albedo it on his team from jewish city. Got it on my brother big crummy. He doing staying staying <hes> the kid maxwell be running with young. May mom say he's doing this. Thing is a lot is assad is a lot of artists out there. I got some artisans from urban. That's why from from irvington donate thing shit. You know coming up my brother. Just glow my and my brother just glow late. That's my that's my little brother. Hey don stain like i said we both from the same word so my brother just gloat on come up on my album by the drop. Oh yeah we're planning with that <hes> yet. My job is driving ended a month then divided dander acid in nevada dan. I really knocked to the end it just as we would have you gave me both jumper weird. We'll put you into account all down. Don't drive yeah but yeah my brother just glow you album tariq week as long as i got a lot of people tyreek where they come from. That's my name. Oh really rest my name name. My name's kimbro okay. That's my whole name you know. Oh so the idea is that we're going to know the real fat boy here you get notaro fabricated world dope other sodomy gone as a man. I'm gonna miss that a little boy oy because back when i was moving crazy fucking bitches dawn dawn dawn dumps again my credit rating i gave my business together. I was a little boy. You know what i'm saying non become tyreek so oh. I'm getting my benefits right because i've been using my name a lot to get my business way. You give me so. That's why i named it tyreek. Every time i walk into a bank assam they calling me tyreek. They're not calling me fat boy on a call me. Mister kimble deposit his own like she'll. I click the my hair like i. I you know what i'm saying and then i took i took the thing i took from camera because i like camera. You know what i'm saying. I took the pink the pink whoa whoa whoa whoa pit the bugles. That's ours blunt about that. You want to smoke that leave. The left england smoking fucking splits ever since man it is what it is you have enough for like six of them will but yeah like so. I just new walk into the bank to read read read soldiers like i album terry took the thing from cam like the pink. The pink wave and i'm walking pink. I'm writing a lot of pink. Have you noticed a lot of pink. 'cause i like paint to okay for me. Appendages played at me so i was pink. You know cameron. Somebody buddy that when i see everybody arguing about the top fifty list to me. Cameron is like my top five cam you gotta stand with camp there for the game. He electrified the game too late. We all got heavy hit. His cam definitely electrify the game. He was a balsa alway. He's a austin as i say in a rap game too late. You know what i'm saying a lot of our stars in the game in cameras definitely one of never take that away from how do you feel when you see that conversation about a top artists going down something you would ever even get involved the ma. I like to keep my distance. Q my discipline national because you could say the wrong name whatever and then a by below now you're wrongly. I ain't tryin competition. Nobody is on on what nobody mental. Competition saw get money and win. Come together do so records the more money you know what i'm saying. That's about it. I just don't really find that fun to be sitting arguing about the best artists from all of hip hop history. It's time for them and we are rich. I'm not rich. I'm still working but a._p._r..

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"mister kimble" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So I want to ask you two questions about that. If you could talk to fifteen year old Roger Daltry right now. What would you say to him? What would I go? That's a big question. Can I have a few weeks to think about it? I don't know. You know, I have to say expect a few bumps. And a few knocks but just carry on with your vision and keep going, I don't know that's impossible questions. Well, what would what would you say to Mr. cableway if you could talk to him now Ivanka to-to now the thanks a lot. That was initially said under my breath. Nephew kind of remark. The arrogance an anger of youth. I would now side to him as a real. Thank you. Because I do understand that drove me in a way. And if he hadn't said it, there's so many ways I I could have gone wrong before we say goodbye in your new book, you say behind blue eyes is your favorite who song. I'm wondering why why does it mean so much to you? We'll both be an I have the same color blue eyes. So it's a kind of link between him and me, I love the melody. I love the picture sweet quality of it. And I sang it on a day. When I was completely embiid's on the day that my first dog. I packed got ran over coaching. She got run over in. Yeah. And and she had blue eyes. She was a pointer. Name was Nellie. So kind of. Blue stuff was going ahead. And it's just got a quality to it is kind of haunted. I just love it. Roger Daltry you've been so great. Thanks for talking to us, man. What a generous down to earth man that wasn't that interview. You can learn more about Roger Daltry is rise to fame with the who in his new memoir, and it is called. Thank you mister Kimble white. It's out now. Lots more to come on the show. I here are a couple of stories that we're following. That's Blix has been under fire lately for their decision to remove an episode of Hassan. Montages talk show Patriot Act from streaming in Saudi Arabia. The episodes been out since October in it men hij- criticizes the United States relationship with Saudi Arabia after the murder of Saudi journalists Jamal kashogi. He also has a lot to say about the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammad bin Salman and last month the Saudi government complained that the episode violated its cybercrime laws and requested net. Flicks. To take it down. Here is a clip from that episode have a listen two months ago.

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"mister kimble" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In view of Mr. gaily statement. I'll have to review the entire background of this case tomorrow morning. Doris. I'm sorry. I'm late but get ready. We really going to celebrate tonight. What are we celebrating luxury the papers? Santa's mouthpiece throws bombshell, New York's supreme court, Fred you're not really serious about this can't possibly prove that Kris kringle is Santa Claus. You saw Mr. Macy and mister Kimble shake hands that wasn't possible. Either. What does your firm have to say about hey, Slippin, McKenzie and the rest of them that I've jeopardize their prestige. Neither I dropped this impossible case, they'll drop me. You see? So I beat them toward I quit friend you threw away a career because of a sentimental whim. I'll open my own office. What kind of clients will you get? Oh, probably a lot of people like Chris are being pushed around that's the only fun in law. Anyway. Look, don't you have any faith in me at all. No, it's not a question of faith. It's it's just common sense. But faith is believing in things when common sense tells you not to it's not just Chris that's on trial. It's everything he stands for human, kindness and love and degrade. Listen, we've seen a lot of each other the last couple of weeks. I well, I've become fond of you. We've talked about some wonderful plans haven't we? And then you do this go on an idealistic binge. Throw you security and expect me to be happy about it. And I expect too much. Well, that's good night. Dr. News talk eleven thirty WINS and Milwaukee. Mr..

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"mister kimble" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Was not only not born in December. It was earlier in the year. Also that December twenty fifth is not as birthday, but it's actually Balkans. His birthday. So things have been stolen from our religion. I've been reading this book lately called the harlot by the side of the road by Jonathan Kirsch, and it's full of stories that were omitted from the bible, rape, incest, murder that sort of thing that were that were purposely and willingly omitted and covered up by various church elders down through the years for supposedly for the protection of the people who would hear them. And I wondered if you had any comment on that Dr Kimble and also I'm kind of curious. It's a rhetorical question with Christians divided in so many different factions and face and all this. How can they get along with anyone else that they can't even get along with each other? Well, you you open at a thousand word comment, and I'll give it to you short as I possibly can first of all Jesus Jesus is grandmother was born in England. And as you well know, the great druid societies the great druids were expecting their version of the messiah commerce matter of fact, in twenty seven hundred years BC, they build a temple on the dome of the rock, Andrew slum in expectation of their own messiah now, these are the origins of all the pagans in the world today, and they and their the name of their messiah was to be hey, Seuss, H E S U S. And so when when Jesus returned and build a home a retirement place for his mother to retire because he knew the events were about to take place that he was going to be killed that he in fact spent a great deal time of England and in the greater at universities from which we get many of these religions, and so I suspect that if you were to go back to the origins it find rather than rather than the warring factions. We see emerge in our day and time you would see much more hormone harmonious environment historically in in the past. And with regard to the reductions, she's suggested occurred of rape, and incest and murder. Well, there were many we have to understand it at the birth of Jesus. Jesus was really a rich kid from the wrong side of the tracks. Because he was born and raised in Nazareth. But the traditional homeland of the Jews was in fact in Jerusalem to the south the two tribes Benjamin and Judah claimed the city of Jerusalem, but the ten tribes to the north claimed the northern parts of Palestine, and they had been civil war for three hundred years by the time of Jesus and the Jews that lived outside of Jerusalem, or we're looked down upon and part of the reason why Jesus was popular Nazereth and had five thousand people following him during his lifetime and had to feed them with the fish in the laws was because he was popular or Nasr and the north and very unpopular where he was crucified in Jerusalem. So the rape incest burger all those kinds of things Spillers through the story of Jesus all through at ten and she is absolutely correct. All right. West of the Rockies, you're on the air with Dr Kimble. I'm art bell. Good morning. Where are you please? This is Lee and Gigi AC Alaska highly didn't the wise men find Jesus in a house, not in a cave. Matthew, two eleven they did fight. You got to remember that the wise did not come at denied if his birth. That's right. That's true. Yeah. The the span came about a month later the second appearance of the star Bethlehem was on April twelfth. And they were present at that particular moment of time to to to suppose that no excuse me. They they came in may on may ninth. When when the third appearance of the star of Bethlehem occurred, and which is to infer that Jesus was born in the first part of April in the same chapter there. It says he was a young child. So he's a little bit older, you know, like two or three. Well, it really wasn't. He wasn't that old. Jesus family when they went to Bethlehem they stayed there not just for the night of his birth. And were were counted and tax descents and perform the census requirements and then returned home immediately. Actually, they stayed there for some considerable time because they have family there. In fact, Bethlehem was the homeland of both the Virgin Mary and Joseph who were in fact were cousins they were both from the same hometown. And that gave the magic time to see the star in the east and travel. Traverse the territory across following the star from the morning sky into eating sky and find Bethlehem and Jesus actually housed in the house where any documents on the lost tribes lost thirteen tribes. Why if you opened a Pandora's box there? Prince charles. He's pretty good on that. Well, Prince Charles Prince Charles you ought to get together with him. Oh, well, Prince Charles and his son share one name and common. And if you look at the name that they share in common. It is Arthur and yeah. And if you want to we have an entire new show, there are we'll have to do that. Yes. Ten to around the twenty seventh of December and have by going to living room and look around. See if they got one. Thank you. We'll do that some of the time. Indeed, first time caller line. You're on the air with Dr Kimble. Hi, where are you? Please. This is James. I'm calling from Minneapolis James case DP. Yes, sir. The great show tonight. Art, I heard mister Kimble the first time around when Healy rose was on I recorded that show. It was kind of it was fascinating. But I'd have to say that you're doing a much better job bringing out just three issues just different. Well, it's different. Yeah. Right. Mr. chemo, Dr Kimmel have three areas I was going to ask you about one of them. That's most interesting. There's a book out recently by Richard romance. And Christopher ninety familiar with those two men. I'm not they wrote it in a book about knights Templars in their journey to Atlanta. Yes. Yes. I was wondering since you brought up the idea that some of the followers of Jesus had split off into other directions. And you mentioned that Mary Magdalene had gone into the southern part of France. And how that had kind of transpired into that area had emerged with Charlemagne, and they had revere turban and the other apostle and sure which one you mentioned, but I was wondering if you knew anything about the knights Templars and old why relationship in terms of what they were doing that. That's one question. They have another one. All right, then pause and take your answer. Well, here here's the answer. I in the great exodus of the faithful and thirty six AD. Remember, I said the John went east when most of the other apostles went west, right? And in fact, we find John the apostle actually ending up in China and the legacy of John's ministry in China is the great amalgamation which emerges in our. Day is Buddhism. And I know we have to really reference that to talk about it. But if you go to your public library, Buddhism begins and fifty eight eighty and non six forty BC when Buddha was alive, and it was largely to the Malcolm nation of faith in general by the apostle John, but he left a legacy in China where by the by the time of the twelfth century. There was a knights Templar presence in China itself. Amongst the Kong's in in the emperors of China. And these these knights Templar not only protected the Vatican. But they had several assignments all over the world number one the great ruling house in India, then they see the emperors of China and the Vatican. We're all protected by the same entity, which were in fact, the knights Templar which had two functions first of all their their function was to protect the holy writings and second of all was to affect foreign commerce or were in fact, the merchant Bank of their day. All right, Dr Kimble and caller standby were out of break. We'll bring you both back. Back after that break, I'm art bell from the high desert. This is coast to coast AM. This is Ramiro networks. Back was hard bell hosting coast to coast AM on this somewhere in time..

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"mister kimble" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ten to around the twenty seventh of December and have everybody going to living room and look around. See if they got one. All right. Thank you. We'll do that. Some of the time. Indeed, first time caller line. You're on the air with Dr Kimble. Hi, where are you? Please. This is James. I'm calling from Minneapolis James case DP. Yes, sir. Great show tonight. Art, I heard mister Kimble the first time around when Haley rose was on. Right. I recorded that show. It was kind of it was fascinating. But I'd have to say that you're doing a much better job bringing out just three issues just different. Well, it's different. You're right. Mr. chemo, Dr Kimmel have three areas that was going to ask you about one of them. That's most interesting. There's a book out recently by Richard Lewis and Christopher Knight. Are you familiar with those two men? No, I'm not they wrote a book about the knights Templars in their journey to Atlantis. Yes. Yes. I was wondering since you brought up the idea that some of the followers of Jesus had split off into other directions. And you mentioned that Mary Magdalene had gone into the southern part of France. And how that had. Kind of transpired into in that area had emerged with Charlemagne, and they had revered her. And and the other apostle and true, which one you mentioned. But I was wondering if you knew anything about the knights Templar and all relationship in terms of what they were doing that. That's one question. I have another one. All right, then pause and take your answer. Well, here here's the answer. I in the great exodus of the faithful and thirty six AD. Remember, I said that John went east when most of the other apostles went west, right? And in fact, we find John the apostle actually ending up in China and the legacy of John's ministry in China is the great amalgamation which emerges in our day is Buddhism. And I know we have to really reference that to talk about it. But if you go to your public library Buddhism begins in fifty eight eighty and non six forty BC when Buddha was alive, and it was largely to the Malcolm ation of. Faith in general by the apostle John, but he left a legacy in China where by the by the time of the twelfth century. There was a knights Templar presence in China itself. Amongst the Kong's in in the emperors of China. And these these knights Templar not only protected the Vatican. But they had several assignments all over the world number one the great ruling house in India, then they see the emperors of China and the Vatican. We're all protected by the same entity, which were in fact, the knights Templar which.

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"mister kimble" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on WTVN

"It is Arthur Andy out. And if you want to do we we have an entire new show there are we'll have to do that some other time. Talk about ten to around the twenty seventh of December. And by going there liberal and look around see if they got one. All right. Thank you. We'll do that. Some of the time. Indeed, first time caller line. You're on the air with Dr Kimble. Hi, where are you? Please. This is James. I'm calling from Minneapolis James case DP. Yes, sir. The great show tonight. Art, I heard mister Kimble the first time around when Healy rose Basan, right? I recorded that show. It was kind of it was fascinating. But I'd have to say that you're doing a much better job bringing out just three issues just different. Well, it's different. You're right. Mr. chemo, Dr Kimble have three areas I was going to ask you about one of them. That's most interesting. There's a book out recently by Richard Lomas and Christopher ninety familiar with those two men. No, I'm not they wrote in a book about the knights Templars and their journey to. Yes. Yes. I was wondering since you brought up the idea that some of the followers of Jesus had split off into other directions. And you mentioned that Mary Magdalene had gone into the southern part of France. And how that had kind of transpired into in that area had emerged with Charlemagne, and they had revered turban and the other apostle, and which one you mentioned, but I was wondering if you knew anything about the knights Templar and all why relationship in terms of what they were doing that. That's one question. They have another one. All right, then pause and take your answer. Well, here here's the answer. I in the great exodus of the faithful and thirty six AD. Remember, I said that John went east when most of the other apostles went west, right? And in fact, we find John the apostle actually ending up in China and the legacy of John's ministry in China is the great amalgamation which. Merges in our day is Buddhism. And I know we have to really reference that to talk about it. But if you go to your public library, Buddhism begins and fifty eight eighty nine six forty BC when Buddha was alive, and it was largely to the amalgamation of faith in general by the apostle John, but he left a legacy in China where by the by the time of the twelfth century. There was a knights Templar presence in China itself. Amongst the Kong's in the empress of China and these these nights Templar, not only protected the Vatican. But they had several assignments all over the world number one the great ruling house in India, then they see the emperors of China and the Vatican. We're all protected by the same entity, which were in fact, the knights Templar which had two functions first of all their their function was to protect the holy writings and second of all was to affect foreign commerce or were in fact, the merchant Bank of their day. All right, Dr Kimble, an caller standby were out of break. We'll bring you both back after that break. I'm art bell from the high desert. This is coast to coast AM premiere networks that was hard bell hosting coast to coast AM on this somewhere in time..

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"mister kimble" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"The people who would hear them, and I wondered if you had any comment on that Dr Campbell. And also, I'm kind of curious as I guess, it's a rhetorical question with Christians divided in so many different factions and face and all this. How can they get along with anyone else that they can't even get along with each other? Well, you you open a thousand word comment, and I'll give it to you as short as I possibly can first of all Jesus Jesus. His grandmother was born in England. And as you well know, the great druid societies the great druids were expecting their version of the messiah comments a matter of fact in twenty seven hundred years BC, they build a temple on the dome of the rock in Jerusalem in expectation of their own messiah now, these are the origins of all the pagans in the world today, and they and their the name of their messiah was to be hey, Seuss, H E S U S. And so when when Jesus returned and and build a home a retirement place for his mother to retire because he knew the events were about to take place that he was going to be killed that he in fact spent a great deal time of England and in the greater at universities from which we get many of these religions, and so I suspect that if you were to go back to the origins, you'd find rather than rather than the warring factions. That we see emerging our day and time you would see much more Hummel harmonious and harm environment historically in the past. And with regard to the reductions, she's suggested occurred of rape, and incest and murder. Well, there were many we have to understand it at the birth of Jesus. Jesus was really a rich kids from their side of the tracks. Because he was born in a was raised in Nazareth. But the traditional homeland of the Jews was in fact in Jerusalem to the south the two tribes Benjamin and Judah claimed the city of Jerusalem, but the ten tribes to the north claimed the northern parts of Palestine, and they had been in civil war for three hundred years by the time of Jesus and the Jews that lived outside of Jerusalem, or we're looked down upon and part of the reason why Jesus was popular Nazereth and had five thousand people following him during his lifetime and had to feed them with the fish in the laws was because he was popular Nazereth and the north and very unpopular where he was crucified in Jerusalem. So rape, incest, murder all those kinds of things fillers through the story of Jesus all through at and and she is absolutely correct. All right. West of the Rockies, you're on the air with Dr Kimble. I'm art bell. Good morning. Where are you please? This is Lee and Alaska highly. Yeah. Didn't the wise men? Find Jesus in a house not in the cave. Matthew, two eleven they did fight. You gotta remember that. The wise did not come at denied if his birth. That's true. Yeah. The wide span came about a month later, the second appearance of the star Bethlehem was on April twelfth, and they were present at that particular moment of time to to to suppose that no excuse me. They they came in may on may ninth when when the third of appearance of the star of Bethlehem occurred, and which is to infer that Jesus was born in the first part of April. Well in the same chapter at says, he was a young child. So he's a little bit older, you know, like two or three. Well, he really wasn't. He wasn't that old. Jesus family when they went to Bethlehem they stayed there not just for the night of his birth. And were were counted and tax sense and perform the census or requirements and then returned home immediately. Actually, they stayed there for some considerable time because they have family there. In fact, Bethlehem was the homeland of both of the Virgin Mary and Joseph who were in fact, we're cousins they were both from the same hometown. And that gave the magic time to see the star in the east and trap. Traverse the territory across following the star from the morning sky into the evening sky and find Bethlehem Jesus actually housed in the house. Any documents on the lost tribes lost thirteen tribes? Why if you opened a Pandora's box there? Prince charles. He's pretty good on that. Well, Prince Charles Prince Charles you got to get together with him. Well, Prince Charles and his son share one name and common. And if you look at the name that they share in common. It is Arthur Andy out. If you want to we have an entire new show, there are we'll have to do that with some other time. Yes. About ten to around the twenty seventh of December and heavy by going liberals look around see if they got one. All right. Thank you. We'll do that some of the time. Indeed, first time caller line. You're on the air with Dr Kimble. Hi, where are you? Please. This is James and calling from Minneapolis James case DP. Yes, sir. A great show tonight. Art, I heard mister Kimble on the first time around when Healy rose was on right? I recorded that show. It was kind of it was fascinating. But I'd have to say that you're doing a much better job of bringing out just three issues just different. Well, it's different. You're right. Mr. chemo, Dr chemo have three areas that was going to ask you about one of them. That's most interesting. There's a book out recently by Richard Lomas and Christopher ninety familiar with those two men. No, I'm not they wrote a book about the knights Templars in their journey to. Atlanta's. Yes, yes. I was wondering since you brought up the idea that some of the followers of Jesus had split up into other directions. And you mentioned that Mary Magdalene had gone into the southern part of France. And how that had kind of transpired into the that area had emerged with Charlemagne, and they had revered turban and the other apostle and sure which one you mentioned, but I was wondering if you knew anything about the knights Templar and old why relationship in terms of what they were doing that. That's one question have another one. All right, then pause and take your answer here. Here's the answer. I in the great exodus of the faithful in thirty six AD. Remember, I said that John went east when most of the other apostles went west, right? And in fact, we find John the apostle actually ending up in China and the legacy of John's ministry and China is the great amalgamation which emerges. In our day is Buddhism. And I know we have to really reference that to talk about it. But if you go to your library, Buddhism begins and fifty eight eighty nine six forty BC when Buddha was alive, and it was largely to the amalgamated of faith in general by the apostle John, but he left a legacy in China where by the by the time of the twelfth century. There was a knights Templar presence in China itself. Amongst the Kong's in in the emperor of China. And these these knights Templar not only protected the Vatican. But they had several assignments all over the world number one the great ruling house in India. They the the emperors of China and the Vatican. We're all protected by the same entity, which were in fact, the knights Templar which had two functions.

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KTRH

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on KTRH

"Have to do that one time. Yes. About ten to around the twenty seventh of December by going there liberal and look around see if they got one. All right. Thank you. I will do that. Some of the time. Indeed, first time caller line. You're on the air with Dr Kimble. Hi, where are you? Please. This is James and calling from Minneapolis James case DP. Yes, sir. Great show tonight. Art, I heard mister Kimble on the first time around when Healy rose was on I recorded that show. It was kind of it was fascinating. But I'd have to say that you're doing a much better job bringing out just three issues just different. Well, it's different. You're right. Mr. chemo, Dr chemo have three areas that was going to ask you about one of them. That's most interesting. There's a book out recently by Richard Loe and Christopher ninety familiar with those two men. No, I'm not they wrote a book about the knights Templars in their journey to Landis. Yes. Yes. I was wondering since you brought up the idea that some of the followers of Jesus had split off into other directions. And you mentioned that Mary Magdalene had gone into the southern part of France. And how that had. Kind of transpired into that area. Had emerged Charlemagne and they had revere turban and the other apostle, and which one you mentioned, but I was wondering if you knew anything about the knights Templars and old why relationship in terms of what they were doing that. That's one question. They have another one. All right, then pause and take your answer. Well, here here's the answer in the great exodus of the faithful and thirty six AD. Remember, I said that John went east when most of the other apostles went west, right? And in fact, we find John the apostle actually ending up in China and the legacy of John's ministry in China is the great amalgamation which emerges in our day is Buddhism. And I know we have to really reference that to talk about it. But if you go to your public library Buddhism begins in fifty eight eighty nine six forty BC when Buddha was alive, and it was largely to the amalgamation of. Eighth in general by the apostle John, but he left a legacy in China where by the by the time of the twelfth century. There was a knights Templar presence in China itself amongst the Kong's in the emperor's China and these these knights Templar not only protected the Vatican. But they had several assignments all over the world number one the great ruling house in India than the emperors of China and the Vatican. We're all protected by the same entity,.

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Thunder Radio

06:31 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Stay tuned. My show starts at one on thunder radio. CBS news update at the g twenty summit in Argentina, President Trump signed a new trade deal with Mexico and Canada, but the Russia's special counsel probe overshadows the trip. Mr. Trump said it was the Ukraine Russia conflict that caused him to cancel a meeting with Vladimir Putin meeting with president. The basis of what took place to respect to the ships and sailors. That was the is Russia has a different take Wasco said it believes the two meetings were cancelled for quote, domestic reasons unquote in the US CBS's. Major Garrett says Putin is not concerned about reaction to its aggressive moves toward Ukraine. Vladimir Putin o- essentially okaying this right before the g twenty knowing he had scheduled meetings with President Trump is clearly a signal that he's not afraid of whatever the United States or the European allies might do when it comes to Ukraine CBS news update. I'm Pam Coulter. Thank you for sticking around for the remainder of lunch. And learn today on thunder radio your hometown station, Tiffany here. And we're talking to local folks do with local things, this is a really exciting fun and wonderful thing for the folks that are going to participate and for the folks that are going to be in the audience. I'm thrilled to have Dana Brooks here and Ken Kimball. Speaking about the Manchester, rotary community, quiet, Christmas, concerts, which is coming back this year after a five year hiatus, thanks for having us. Thanks very much now mister mister Kimble. If you're a singer. How many of these have you participated in all, but one all but one that's impressive. Do we have anyone who's been in all every single one and intends to be in this one as well? I believe we do more than one. Yes. Really a good many of them are that way. Oh, I'm so excited about that. I think I think you need to get information on who those folks are. I need to do some digging on this that is really impressive to take part in so many years of wonderful singing in the community. I would love to know as a great gift to the community. It's a good way to start the advent season, it's free. Get in. And it's in the music is usually just very very outstanding. I been blown away by the music that I've heard at at the the various performances that I've been to over the years, you you were telling me off the air that you folks are communicating with Evans Barrett about this project. Yes, Kenan, I and Kim's wife Marie had a nice conversation with Evans a few days ago. I think Evans is real excited that we're kind of resurrecting this program. He did such a great job with it over the years that he was able to do that. He is a world class musician as everybody here knows and just a wonderful sweet spirit. And I actually I asked him if he had any advice for a fledging fledgling, choir director, like myself properly told me, I was not a fledgling. Well, which is what I can't say appreciated that but pretty big shoes to fill their. But we want to try to keep the same spirit. With the music that he presented when he did that every year Evans is very highly classically trained musician. And so we want to be able to kind of maintain that level. What there will be some couple of new pieces this year that are a little bit more modern. Lots of acapella singing, which is singing Mocatta accompaniment and beautiful and really really lovely. We have a wide variety of styles in the program. From as I said, cappella pieces that are a little more classical two pieces that have just come out in the last five years that really require so. Think you're up you're gonna do one that you've arranged yourself. Aren't you? Oh, I thought you might bring that up. I actually have arranged a piece for this event that it's a piece that I actually arranged for a youth choir in the nineteen ninety s in three parts. And when I came to Manchester, we have a wonderful men's chorus in our church, Mr. Campbell's apart of an I ranged it for the men to sing. And so when when the rotor asked me to do this program, I thought of that that piece, and I thought I should get that out and do it in four part harmony for choir. So I did that and got the music ready for the choir. So that's exciting. That'll be exciting to hear a mass choir. Sing a piece that I've arranged. And so I'm looking forward to that. I might mentioned to that one of the great advantages that Evans Baird had when he started. This was his connection with the school with music students in the school. And a lot of his students who grew up to be adults that came back to sing in this road require. And so it kind of fed into that. And that was a great advantage having and he knew those people so he because he taught them and so he knew the quality of the musicianship there. And I might mention too that Mr. Campbell's wife Marie has taken kind of taken on the responsibility of taking care of the folders getting music, burgers, the library. We had a wonderful person. And enra- would who a lot of people in this community? Ray Ray was a member of our church sang in the choir was in the handle coir, but he was a part of the rotary club choir. I've been told that this probably wouldn't be as organized with the library as it is. It had it not been for Mr. would whole notebook. I'm holding is a collection of his records. And I can't help think about the the rotary Christmas choir concerts, without thinking about miss you. So I'm so glad that you mentioned, and we're actually dedicating one of the pieces that were doing. It's a new arrangement of silent. Knight. To his memory. And we've talked to his widow about that. And she's she's excited about that. So we felt like that was an appropriate thing to give me goosebumps, and I'm a little bit soaked up. But I think those are all I think that if you've never experienced the Manchester rhetoric community choir Christmas concert. This is a wonderful gift from the Manchester rotary club in thank you. Thank you to everyone involved. And thank you, certainly to you mister Kimble and Dana. Part of this endeavor entities. Incredible to experience, and it's it was such a wonderful tradition. Every year, I'm thrilled that it's coming back, gentlemen..

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Thunder Radio

06:29 min | 2 years ago

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"Former Trump personal attorney Michael Cohen is apparently worked a plea deal. With federal prosecutors on charges of. Lying to congress is attorney guy Patillo, Mr. one has cooperated. Con- will continue to cooperate to negotiations on a Moscow real estate deal and win those talks ended before or during the two thousand sixteen campaign, the president telling reporters he's lying about a project that everybody knew about I mean, we were very open with we were thinking about building building. I guess we added a forum. It was an option. I don't know what you'd call it. We decided I decided not to do what she Bs is. Paula Reed says this plea deal follows a pattern set by the Muller team and trying to squeeze out information on alleged collusion. Common theme in this investigation. The way they've gotten people isn't necessarily on any conspiracy with Russia has been on lying. That's been a common theme for Paul Manafort. He's been convicted of lying. Michael Cohen has pleaded guilty to lying news update. I'm Jim shanavie. Thank you for sticking around for the remainder of lunch. And learn today on the to radio your hometown station, Tiffany here. And we're talking to local folks do with local things, this is a really exciting fun and wonderful thing for the folks that are going to participate and for the folks that are going to be in the audience. I'm thrilled to have Dana Brooks here and Ken Kimball. Speaking about the Manchester rotary community, choir Christmas, concerts, which is coming back this year after a five year hiatus, thanks for having us. Thanks for being very much now mister mister Kimble. If you're a singer. How many of these have you participated in all, but one all but one that's impressive. Do we have anyone who's been in all every single one and intends to be in this one as well? I believe we do more than one. Yes. Really a good many of them are that way. Oh, I'm so excited about that. I think I think you need to get me information on who those folks are. I need to do some digging on this that is really impressive to take part in so many years of wonderful singing in the community. I would love to answer great gift to the community. It's a good way. To start the advent season, it's free. Get in. And it's and the music is usually just very very outstanding. I been blown away by the music that I've heard at at the the various performances that I've been to over the years, you you were telling me off the air that you folks are are communicating with Evans Barrett about this project. Yes. Yeah. Kenan, I and Kim's wife Marie had a nice conversation with Evans a few days ago. I think Evans is real excited that we're kind of resurrecting this program. He did such a great job with it over the years that he was able to do that. He is a world class musician as everybody here knows and just a wonderful sweet spirit. And I actually I asked him if he had any advice for a fledging fledgling, choir director, like myself, he promptly told me I was not a fledgling, well, which is. Can't say appreciated that but pretty big shoes to fill their. But we want to try to keep the same spirit. With the music that he presented when he did that every year Evans is very highly classically trained musician. And so we want to be able to kind of maintain that level. There will be some couple of new pieces this year that are a little bit more modern lots of acapella singing, which is singing without accompaniment and beautiful and really really lovely wide variety of styles in the program. From acapella pieces that are more classical two pieces that have just come out in the last five years that are really require. So I think you're going up you're gonna do one that you've arranged yourself, aren't you? Oh, I thought you might bring that up. I actually have arranged a piece for this event that it's a piece that I actually arranged for a youth choir in the nineteen nineties in three parts, and when I came to Manchester, we have a wonderful men's chorus in our church, especially Campbell's part of an eye ranged it for the men to sing. And so when I when the rotor asked me to do this program, I thought of that that piece, and I thought I should get that out and do it in four part harmony for choir. So I did that and got the music ready for the choir. So that's exciting. That'll be exciting to hear mass choir. Sing a piece that I've arranged. And so I'm looking forward to that. I mentioned to that one of the great advantages that Evans Baird had when he started. This was his connection with the school with music students in the school. And a lot of his students who grew up to be adults that came back to sing in this road. To require and so it kind of fed into that. And that was a great advantage having and he knew those people so he because he taught them and so he knew the quality of the musicianship there. And I might mention to that mister Kimble's wife Marie has taken kind of taken on the responsibility of taking care of the folders getting music the library. We had a wonderful person in in Ray would who a lot of people in this community. Ray Ray was a member of our church sang in the choir was in the handle, but he was a part of the rotary club choir. I've been told that this probably wouldn't be as organized with the library as it is. It had it not been for Mr. would notebook. I'm holding is a collection of his records. And I can't help think about the the rotary Christmas choir concerts, without thinking about miss you. So I'm so glad that two mentioned. And we're actually dedicating one of the pieces that we're doing. It's a new arrangement of silent. Knight to his memory. And we've talked to his widow about that. And she's she's excited about that. So we felt like that was an appropriate thing to give me goosebumps. And I'm hooked up. But I think those are all I think that if you've never experienced the Manchester rhetoric community choir Christmas concert. This is a wonderful gift from the Manchester rotary club in thank you. Thank you to everyone involved. And thank you, certainly to you mister Kimble. Dana. Part of this endeavor. And it is incredible experience. And it's it was such a wonderful tradition. Every year on the real that. It's coming back general. Hey,.

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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is the poll that the student? Eric, okay. Well, I have to do one shadow because we're we're talking about Emmerson graduates. So Kyle over here to the right in the front row. Weltman of my dear friends Carrie who's a professor here who teaches communications Kyle joined us at the recommendation of Kerry as an intern in my office. He was so fantastic. It was like we can we hire you and we did. And he said, yes. And so now he is one of my incredible team members a product of Emerson. And so since we're doing shoutout to say a lot of talent in this room. How big does a city council member have in Boston? And how big a Steph do you get a little additional staff as the president? So we what we get as a sort of amount of money over two hundred thousand dollars and as council president, I have some more resources with respect to that. But it varies some counselors have fourteen members some have six some have seven it's how you choose to pay your CCI members. Frankly as council president I've been looking at how I bring in more external resources into the council's budget to allow us to do more creative work because we don't have. Enough resources with respect to this until I have incredible team members. They do not make a lot of money. They are overworked and they're underpaid. And that's why I always give them outs because they incredible they're passionate about community, and they work really hard. And you don't get paid a lot in government in general. But they care about this community in so Kyle's one of my incredible team members. And so I think we need to think about what is it? Neil police captain in Methuen. I don't know if you know about that story Boston. Well, we'll say the boss. Four hundred thousand dollars every time. And I'm not knocking that. I it depends on what yourself. To the council team members and police officers play pay them, well, teachers, pay them. Well, but when it comes to council team members in the work that we do we don't have the same level resources administration. And so we have to think really creatively about how we compensate and how we award these incredible team members, we often have to hire young folks who don't have families and other responsibilities in order to sort of rule them into government. And I take pride in the fact that majority of my team members actually all of them except for one never worked in government before and they bring incredible creativity and sort of thinking outside the box in order to get things done. And they're like me, we don't like to waste time or money. Maybe we can get professor Kimball. Do one of these inexpensive. Polls on sponsored residence at the council. Yup. Inexpensive. We did work with the boss. Waste management in the city Chelsea rising tide. Skills for the question. Go ahead. Eric Rudy had their gerrad Hetzer. Hi. My name is Spencer sophomore journalism soon here to Emerson my questions about partisanship within politics, especially over the last twenty years, how the political scene has changed for mister Kimble. Do you think that the partisans? The partisanship rise has had an effect on polling and then from his Campbell. How do you deal with communicating and working with members on the other side of the? Oh. They're all Democrats on the counseling, Boston, right? There is no other side of the aisle. Talk where we run nonpartisan. I assume everyone's a democrat. But I don't know. I can't think of what you have to ask each one individually. The partisan makeup is very important in polling to make sure you have a Representative sample of who we want to know about. I think that the partisan makeup is more important than the age the gender because party affiliation really drives who you're gonna vote for if you're a democrat at eighteen and your democratic Fifty-seven, you probably gonna vote democrat and Republicans. Likewise. So what we're looking for is that slither of independence that are still there, and we're not talking about independence like in Massachusetts. We have independence, but they're leaning to the right because they're not part of the Republican party Republicans here about ten percent of the state. So you gotta be careful in that distribution be like, well, even though you're an independent, you just might be kind of an independent because you're not you don't wanna be in that party. Same thing like out in Utah in the reverse. So partisanship is important. I don't think it's anything new today. I mean being a student of history you get to look at like Jackson and Adams's camp. Pain where you know, you're calling each other's wives worse than what Trump and Cruz was calling each other's wives. But we were still name calling each, other's wives. You know, two hundred years ago. Know we did. I mean, you know, there were people shooting each other and then the partisan pay over the great for cable news. Dole tonight at six o'clock. Partisan partisan divide has been very strong. I remember in two thousand we look back on these Bush years as if they were tranquility. Yeah. Oh, six there was a strong partisan divide and built off of the two thousand election. So I'm not sure if it's a new phenomenon. Yes, it is very intense today, I felt that after the election of two thousand sixteen but I think those are kinda the cycles that we've seen in this country, the sixties or certainly a turbulent time period of political unrest, civil war. That's exactly. I mean, if you looked at the seventy six election, the eighteen seventy six election. Feels that. See? Yeah. Boy, there are some political unrest or when linking gets assassinated. And they put a fellow from the south in the right house. Yeah. There's gonna be some political unrest. But with all of it. We have survived and we continue to move forward. And that is a real testament to this Republic or democracy. Well, said that will take a note of agreement. We'll take a very quick break back at Emerson college. Join..

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Thunder Radio

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"CBS news update. President Trump wants an in-depth investigation into an alleged resistance group operating within his administration as described in this week's New York Times op Ed piece some point this whole thing is going to be exposed, and it's really bad, and it's really dangerous, and it's really sad for the media, and the mainstream media, it really is says a main China administration officials have been lining up to disavow any knowledge of said resistance correspondent ouija Jiang. Nearly every cabinet member. Issued a statement to cross their name off the list of potential suspects noticeably missing attorney general Jeff Sessions who's locked in a feud with Mr. Trump over his recusals in the Russia investigation Kentucky, Senator rand Paul wants lie detector tests to be part of the investigation. The Justice department. Meantime, would not comment on whether NFL would be launched saying it never comments on investigations CBS news update. I'm Jim shanavie. Thank you for sticking around for the remainder of lunch. And learn today on thunder radio your hometown station, Tiffany here. And we're talking to local folks do with local things, this is a really exciting fun and wonderful thing for the folks that are going to participate and for the folks that are going to be in the audience. I'm thrilled to have Dana Brooks here and Ken Kimball. Speaking about the Manchester rotary community, choir Christmas, concerts, which is coming back this year after a five year hiatus, thanks for having us. Thanks very much now mister mister Kimble. If you're a singer. How many of these have you participated in all, but one all but one that's impressive. Do we have anyone who's been in all every single one and intends to be in this one as well? Believe we do more than one. Yes. Really a good many of them are that way. Oh, I'm so excited about that. I think I think you need to get me information on who those folks are. I need to do some digging on this that is really impressive to take part in so many years of wonderful singing in the community. I would love to know as a great gift to the community. It's a good way to start the advent season, it's free. Get in. And it's and the music is usually very very outstanding. I been blown away by the music that I've heard at at the various performances that I've been to over the years, you you were telling me off the air that you folks are are communicating with Evans Barrett about this project. Oh, yes. Yeah. Cannon I and Kim's wife Marie had a nice conversation with Evans a few days ago. I think Evans is real excited that we're kind of resurrecting this program. He did such a great job with it. Over the years that he was able to do that. He is a world class musician as everybody here knows and just a wonderful sweet spirit. And I actually I asked him if he had any advice for a fledging fledgling, choir director, like myself, he promptly told me, I was not a fledgling. Well, which is what I can't do their appreciated that but pretty big shoes to fill their. But we want to try to keep the same spirit. With the music that he presented when he did that every year Evans is very highly classically trained musician. And so we want to be able to kind of maintain that level. What there will be some couple of new pieces this year that are a little bit more modern lots of Capella singing, which is singing without accompaniment and beautiful and really really lovely. And so, and that's another reason we have to have at least ten rehearsals is to make sure we're on only ten rehearsals. Oh, my word. Yeah. We'll have about ten rehearsals. Okay. So I certainly plan. Yes. Now, it makes perfect sense. Why you're I practice is. And why you're getting started now for this right Christmas production, Florida? Two. Time philosophy types of individuals. You're looking for you're looking for folks to be a part of this choir. Yes, you're looking for the voices. So let's put the call here. Let's go Pullman there's no Titian necessary. We're looking for folks, preferably folks that have had singing experience. Now that doesn't necessarily mean that you read music, there are a lot of people who don't remove it. But they still have really wonderful voices. Absolutely. And you saying so. Me. Maybe maybe you would think I rap. Maybe you probably don't have any rap music on programs. Yeah. There's no rap music at this concert. No. But we'd like for I tell you if if you read music, that's a huge huge. Plus, but that's not a prerequisite. I mean, we want folks that just have a heart for singing who love Christmas music. We have a wide variety of styles in the program. From I as I said acapella pieces that are a little more classical two pieces that have just come out in the last five years that reeling for choir. So. Think you're up you're going to do one. That's you've arranged yourself. Aren't you? Oh, I thought you might bring that up. I actually have arranged a piece for this event that it's a piece that I actually arranged for a youth choir in the nineteen ninety s in three parts. And when I came to Manchester, we have a wonderful men's chorus in our church Campbell's apart of and I arranged it for the men to sing. And so when when the rotor asked me to do this program, I thought of that that piece, and I thought I should get that out and do it in four part harmony for choir. So I did that and got the music ready for the choir. So that's exciting. That'd be exciting to hear a mass choir. Sing a piece that I've arranged. And so I'm looking forward to that. So you're looking for voices female voices male voices. Right. And you were mentioning mister Kimble schoolers sure we've had several high schoolers in the past who've tried it. They've as long as they've had a little. A bit of training to be able to cope with a choir pieces. They've been very good. Well, I think we have some experience high schoolers in this area of who are who do some wonderful things even with MRs Peterson at the at the high school. And so if you folks if you know someone those kids are in school right now as we this. But if you have someone like that. Send them to the very first rehearsal. Right. Right. That's where you. They're not signing up anywhere or anything like that. They're showing up to that not necessarily they can sign up that night. And even if you can't make the first rehearsal you can make the second rehearsal. I might mentioned to that one of the great advantages that Evans Baird had when he started. This was his connection with the school with music students in the school. And a lot of his students who grew up to be adults that came back to sing in this road require. And so it kind of fed into that. And that was a great advantage having and he knew those people so he because he taught them and so he knew the quality of the musicianship there. So, but we're still looking for for people that maybe have never done this before that would love to just be a part of a mass choir one thing I would appreciate his if you can RSVP to me at Kimball the Kim. gmaiLcom Kimball dot com. That's K. I M B L E dot Ken. But Ken had gmaiLcom. Now, don't feel that you you can't come. If you don't let me know. But it will help us to know how much music to prepare that sort of what if we have ninety people show up Dana, we'll copy we'll go buy some more will have to buy some more music. A great problem to have is a great problem to have. And I might mention to that Mr. Kimble's wife Marie has taken kind of taken on the responsibility of taking care of the folders getting music, burgers, the library. We had a wonderful person in in Ray would who a lot of people in this community. Ray Ray was a member of our church sang in the choir was in the handball Bellcore, but he was a part of the rotary club choir. I've been told that this probably wouldn't be as organized with the library as it is. It had it not been for Mr. would notebook. I'm holding is a collection of his records. And I can't help think about the the rotary Christmas choir concerts, without thinking about. So I'm so glad. And we're actually dedicating one of the pieces that we're doing. It's a new arrangement of silent. Knight to his memory. And we've talked to his widow about that. And she's she's excited about that. So we felt like that was an appropriate thing to do you give me goosebumps, and I'm a little bit soaked up. But I think those are all I think that if you've never experienced the Manchester rhetoric community choir Christmas concert, this is a wonderful gift from the Manchester rotary club. And thank you. Thank you to everyone involved. And thank you, certainly to you mister Kimble. Dana. Part of this. We want to remind folks to be a part of this choir show up at the first person for Tyrian church, and that address is eleven o one Jackson street, and that is September the ten th at seven PM right show up at that at that practice, and and that's really all it's gonna take to be a part of this. Right. And if you miss a practice, we won't fire you, well, they won't dock your pay. No that's for certain. No, this is a volunteer of endeavor entities. Incredible to experience, and it's it was such a wonderful tradition. Every year, I'm thrilled that it's coming back general. Thank you. I'm gonna give out a mister Kimble Email address more time. Kimball dot Ken at gmaiLcom, if you'd like to registered say that you're going to be one of the singers coming up, all right? It is happening in Manchester. We will get you a notified of the dates and the times when the performances are happening in November and December. But that I practice is September tenth seven o'clock. First Presbyterian church in Manchester. It is the Manchester rotary community choir Christmas, concert, gentlemen. Thank you. Thank you. So much. Hey, this is Jim Cartwright here at Eton as hardware we have bought too many of the as Polly Wilbur, which has to wills in it's larger than normal. It's like a ten cubic feet we affectionately call them big Bertha's. So because I have bought too many. I'm going to reduce them, which are normally one hundred forty nine nine nine down to a hundred bucks. Now that is almost fifty dollars off come in..

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"mister kimble" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"What's going on? We're gonna find out today. Hi, I'm Tiffany. And I'm pretty tickled to have with me inside the thunder studios. Dana Brooks and Ken Kimball. They're going to be talking about. A deep breath. This is a really long title ready. Guys, the Manchester rotary community choir Christmas concert, very good. Did I do it mister Kimble? It's a really long name and somehow slightly familiar, right? This is something that's been the community for the last twenty five years. It was started many years ago with Evans Baird, who is course, a music legend here in our community and did so much to promote music in the schools and in this community through this program. I'm gonna let Mr. Campbell talk about the history of that just a little bit folks may have been going for years and years and years to the concerts and some folks listening may not be aware at all. So I guess we need to cover all those faces Manchester rotary clubs been around for more than eighty years providing services to the community back in nineteen ninety four to Rotarians Jim Keller and Ray wood cuts talking with Evans who had just retired. About the possibility of a community choir and after quite a bit of organizational difficulty. They got together and had the first concert on December the thirty on December the third nine hundred ninety four. That's tremendous. I've been to many many of those performances, and it's a it's always free to the public, right? Always was free and really impressive. So many voices. Do we have an idea of how many voices over the past? I one was close to eighty and it did not go down much from that point. I think the the smallest one was about fifty about the last time we did that. People. Forget sometimes and schedules. Get busy, and we hope that that won't be the case this year that will get lots of people to come and join us. I believe the way it's been told to me before in years past that this was the rotary clubs gifts to the Christmas gift to the community each year. Many of the things rotary club does is raises money from the community to use for other causes. But this was the way we thought we could give back, and you don't have to be a Rotarian to be in the choir. If you just have a desire to sing kalani on there. You can still save if you're. Lions club. Even if you're a United Methodist, you can sing in the choir. Even if you're in high school, well now, that's an important thing to know. And so what we're talking about is the history of the Manchester rotary community choir Christmas concert because it has not happened in about how many years probably about five years. The last one was the nineteenth. On. And it's the was December seventh two thousand thirteen. I can't believe it's been five years, and it was Mr. beard retired. He did he did he's having some health problems and decided it was time to retire from that event. And so it's kind of line been lying dormant for the last four five years, and I was approached by a couple of Rotarians Mr. Campbell was one of them a few months ago about directing that. And so I'm thrilled. Folks, they've heard you before they hear you here and thunder radio on Sundays. You are. Well known, but if folks not quite place in you. Well, I serve as the minister of music and education at Manchester. First United Methodist Church right down the street here been there for about nineteen years. I I got involved with this program right after I came on staff at first Methodist using the handle choirs combined handle choirs that went for several years and played at this event. And then the last two years that Mr. bird did this program, he sort of employed me to as here to play for the children's choir. And he always stopped me with a couple of pieces of music that he had picked out, but you know, had to work on those again, I'm ready, but that was a great great privilege, and it's a real honor for me to be able to do this. I feel like he's really blazed the trail forward. He's laid down a lot of really important groundwork for this for this event. And so I'm I'm really honored that they've been asked to do this. So I if we haven't been. In playing enough and saying it this year the Manchester rotary community choir Christmas concert is coming. It's coming back, and we're all excited about this. We're excited. We we've had a lot of people already respond to the communications that we've sent out and we're hoping to get a lot of folks that have been in it before to return. And of course, we're hoping to see some new faces to mister Kimble mint mentioned a few moments ago would love to have some youth that if they're interested in singing the little bit about the rehearsals, we're going to begin those on Monday night, the tenth of September people are hearing this and they're saying wait you September. We're talking about a Christmas concert what's going on? But the reason is why. Well, we have about twelve songs to learn. And it's going to take the rehearsals, usually about maybe ninety minutes. And so when you're talking about that, many people and actually Christmas will be here before, you know, it we want to make sure that we have enough time to do all the rehearsing that needs to be done on every single anthem. So we start a little bit early. So we start on the tenth of September. It's. Going to be at the first Presbyterian church here in town. Which is I think it's eleven oh, one Jackson street towns across the street Food Lion. That's right behind the First Baptist Church. There. Come early. Get a good parking space. We start at seven o'clock on Monday nights will rehearse on Monday nights of until the program. Like, I said it's about an hour and a half long. And we don't want to waste anybody's time. We want to start at seven and ended eight thirty. So we're excited about that. The program itself actually is being scheduled for presentation on Friday night, November thirtieth at seven o'clock and Saturday night, December the first at seven o'clock, and that's going to be at trinity Baptist church in their sanctuary. They've been very gracious Baptists, sir. Yes. And that's a change change from the past trinity spent very gracious to allow us to do that. They have a nice facility. It's a large enough room. We can seat in eighty Boys Choir. As I said, seven o'clock both of those nights and we'd like for everybody to come. We'll make sure here thunder radio. We put the word out when it's much closer time about that's great. And and being a part of that listening audience, we need to take a break and lunch and learn, but I'd love to have you stay mister Kimble and Dana Brooks, if you would we have more questions about the resurrected Manchester rotary community quiet Christmas concert. It says your mouth mister Kimble. What should we call us? Just I think the. I think the simplest one we've come up with Israel re Christmas concert. I'm going to try to series to all right? There. It is cigarettes eighteen for lunch alert..

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"mister kimble" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"From overseas Jeeze if people aren't just quick they're crazy Told me that you like the principle, of Asia That's really a Harry movie crazy rich Asians continues to draw crowds had pulled in another twenty two million dollars. In its. Third week to stay at number one so far the film is gross around one hundred. And eleven million, dollars from theaters in North America, the, short film the Meg, was in, second place, mission impossible fallout, finished third Pam Coulter CBS news WBZ news time nine fifty one Roger Daltry of the who has. Not been idle during the band break from. Performing he has a brand new memoir and WBZ's Mark Mayfield has a sneak peek According to the Facebook page the memoir is going to. Be titled thanks a lot Mr. Kibble white my story it will arrive in the UK October the eighteenth and in the US on the twenty-third according to a SOPs of the autobiography mister Kimble white was the rock and Roll Hall of famers draconian headmaster during Daltry rebellious teenage years Mark Mayfield WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty thousands of. People are expected at a. Concert, of Germans most popular bands in the eastern German city of Chemnitz today to counter protests far-right demonstrations tonight's performances are in direct. Response to. A week of violent rallies by conservative groups against migrants these protests were triggered by the. Arrest of two, migrants from Iraq and Syria for, the, fatal stabbing of a, thirty five, year old, German man last, week that concert is being promoted under the we are more hashtag and astronaut Buzz Aldrin is not. Happy at all about a films decision to. Not show the planting of the American flag on the moon, I man the film starring Ryan Gosling leaves l. the iconic moment of the nineteen, sixty nine Apollo. Eleven mission in a movie set. To be released next month in response Aldrin posted a. Picture on social media of the actual flag planting with a hashtag proud to be an. American Ryan Gosling meantime explained the decision he called a moon landing a human achievement and not. Just an American moment Florida Senator Marco Rubio called it total lunacy he notes emission was paid for by Americans on American rockets carrying American astronauts and a family of Neil Armstrong the first man on the moon they say the film is not anti-american and that a lot of people voicing opinions having even seen a film yet Commute looks like.

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"mister kimble" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"From me by gary indiana i know why don't you say gary indiana as a shakespeare would say along softly on the tongue this way now some actors actresses and famous people you might recognize from indiana nicole gale anderson from rochester julia var from fort wayne james best from corden kyle born ever from michele walker john broomfield from south bend avery brooks from evansville listen to he closely because i'm not going to sing the next time you try something stupid man butler from fort wayne terry con from bloomington nancy chris from elkhart mary jane croft from muncie scatman carruthers from tara hose i can remember grandmother conversations in without ever china polly draper from gary chad everett from south bend joyce to from indianapolis come knock on bianca ferguson from gary jennifer fisher from fort wayne rick fox from warsaw bill frank from elkhart dolores fuller from south bend we'll gear from frankfurt ron glass from evansville lloyd haynes from south bend here's the story any more sanderson from dale bob jenkins from liberty chubby johnson from taranto steve kroft from kokomo david letterman indianapolis shelley long from fort wayne so french would be more of how you think speak actually it has some of the feeling of maldon from gary american express traveler's checks don't leave home without patrick mcvey from fort wayne tammy lynn michaels of lafayette alvie more from vincennes mister kimble well i got this maxine more time right now it's in my head from glad you got something up there the newest member of the today family jane pauley from indianapolis jane pauley who comes to us from indiana and chicago and he's would be happy to welcome someone so bright and energetic and enterprising and just incidentally pretty as well what would you agree with that.

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"mister kimble" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"mister kimble" Discussed on Super Station 101

"What does the farm mean to you dave i'm excited right now we we've got a good guest on the phone mr raymond kimbro he is with the fat back pig project which sounds that may not but it sounds like something that you and i should be involved with mr raymond kimbro he's the plant manager for the fat back pig project up and eib alabama mister kimble how are you today john thank you dave gosh oh yes sir yes sir i was watching a special on the best barbecue restaurants in alabama the other night on outbound public television and my wife and i were watching it and they started talking about they did a little excerpt on the fat back pig project and my wife got very excited about what you're doing she knows i love barbecue so she was happy for me but i'll so she really turned me onto you guys and i wanted to call and and have you owned a day so you could tell us a little bit about yourself mr kimbrell and and also what is the fact back pig project y'all fat bennie we already a an ice slaughter optical pork we already we are a mile destination for former growers in an normal balanced our primary target we have built up rush around twenty nine individual growers who are independent growers they grow at wheel and me out protocols that we will buy me and we're always looking at we go through girls in and out you know we're we're we've been in business now since january twelve thirteen we florida i i p okay this is he going into four year and when i got there we can always find the pig in alabama so we have developed the market and we're doing it in in a it's a it's a slow process we we all to develop our our facility here to bail to consumer report wiki till you get our girls grow for and that we have our market share we have we have added growers to our to our base to give us a flow of peaks we're all together and we we ought to be the adult destination of of poor and we think we've got an superior.

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