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"mrs hughes" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

05:33 min | Last month

"mrs hughes" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"That was. You mentioned the antiques couple of times. Are you an antique lever? Oh? Yeah. What kind of antiques do you love? Well, it was funny because I started collecting tobacco Chan's, and of course, that's a popular thing out. That what is happening and I am was taking that how to be a world famous writer worse adult Ed. And so I contacted when the antique magazines that I liked end. Sold them in article on tobacco cans and I ended up getting a job writing short articles for them. It was one of the out of state checks would get. That's NEAT I was the first one in the class to actually sell something one woman sold a book. I sold that article backup before she did. So I went to the principal of the adult school where I was taking the writing class and I said when champion antiques class, they had one in Redondo beach. Any good idea come and seeming Monday and I can tell you about it more than one or two happen antics. So I think you can teach. I said, no I want to take it. I can't do it. Is it I. Think you can, and then he asked the teacher wanted me out of the class because I was so disruptive took. Laughing it. and. My friend. Marcia. Passing not you're just too sterile laughing all the time he said you think she can do it and she said, yes so that was it. I got the job but I. You know I. I really didn't know anything about it but my husband thank heaven for him. He is just the most wonderful man in the world for Christmas that year he gave me every antique book I could ever want We gave you your library all I did was read how interesting and I made notes on everything I read that I take the notes and create the class schedule out of that end. I, taught like I said for fourteen and a half years and the class is still going. Wow I want to take that class course. I don't live anywhere near there, but I love antiques snot at antiques class anymore it's up more of the collectibles class and frankly it's almost like a club. It became a club very soon. With an I didn't know anything about antiques, somebody would come in show and tell and have something there and I could see it was old I go. Where did she get that? No, my word and just let them so. I I love it I wanNA know if you know about mud lurking, this is a phenomenon that I didn't know existed but I learned about it because I love beach glass. Yeah but I I'm not lucky enough to find it much. But I love looking at pictures of glass and I've actually purchased a little bit of beach glass at a gift shop here and there, and so I started following a couple of hashtags. On instagram so that I could see pictures of people's Beach Glass, and then I started realizing the same people who like beach glass also did this thing called Mudlark and I'm probably going to butcher it but it's such an interesting concept on the river. Thames. These people when the tide goes out, walk around in the mud on the banks of the River Thames and they find all kinds of fascinating things. Oh, absolutely. I didn't know that's what it was called like yes they find things from. Centuries ago. Yes, and it's so fascinating most recently I just saw a handful of straight pins which caught my eye. So but they were really really old straight pins and then I'd read about how these straight pins used to be made and they were very valuable because they were very hard to make before. That's why people had pin money. I'll pin money. Okay. So interest is all of their clothing was put together with fins. You know that's why men's shirts button on a different side than women's shirts. No, my daughter and I were just having a conversation about that the other day because she found a really cute shirt for her work uniform but it was a man's shirt and she said I can't mom because I can't stand these buttons being backwards and I thought. That is then we never did look into it. Men tended to Butler, themselves women hit somebody who for them. Like the dressers on Downton Abbey. And early, early times didn't wash flows as often as we do. And they would take the thing apart in that all had to be pinned back together on. Oh right and pins were very expensive and very difficult to make nails also used to be made by hand. A So so expensive that if you moved frequently would burn her house down if the actions Who Lot what Oh my Gosh What an interesting idea it's almost like cutting off your nose to spite your face, but it just depends on what's valuable and what your priorities are. Would was everywhere, but nails weren't. Right I don't remember exactly what safely eighteen ninety or simply is when the wire meals would be.

"mrs hughes" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

06:54 min | Last month

"mrs hughes" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"Now, this is completely unrelated but what is your home decorating style? Oh there you click you know I have a wooden wagon in the middle of main house. HOW NEAT quicker buggy? All. Awesome. And dolls of a lot of my husband's in my paintings. Really paint how interesting what do you paint I've been doing a lot of ocean trying to do the ocean I was painting everybody's pet there for while. Wow mostly, I do think that look a lot more like reading cards Okay. Here's the question out of left field. What is the weirdest thing in your purse? Mexi at in there for sure. I have anything truly weird mask slow so That's the truth is if somebody had shown me all the back to school pictures with masks. A year ago wouldn't we have been like the world's gone bonkers I'm in the middle of a horror movie. You know what I mean. It's just really crazy. Did they studying to be bank robbers? Right? Exactly. Why in the world? Would they be in a mass much less one that matches their outfit what has happened to the world I trying to make a line of masks with a Zipper Wait a minute. Didn't I see? Don't you have masks online somewhere? And they're the most adorable thing. I made some really cute ones for the nurses of the I vampires I have kept blood worked on all the time. Okay. Hey, and tell me about the artwork on those masks that where did that come from obsessed with stuff like that? It's so adorable I bought fabric that had nurses curtains all over and I guess this is so cute nights. So I went to every nurse I knew you. So here's some Fan. But nobody dead. So then my daughter and I started making masks and I just try to pick a fabric that would go with the red white and black sketches and I got the mountain. So them on the fabric. Okay. So you. Need those pictures from the fabric onto other fabric. It's so cute I love it so much I love the aesthetic of those your doctor, I'll send you one. Oh, that's awesome. It make another one I won't hold you to it, but I would absolutely love that that would be amazing. Than I sowing as there and my bedroom and everything is just piled on top of it. Everybody I know is cleaned and cleaned and cleaned. All I do is sleep. We built a chicken coop that's what we did with our time and that greenhouse and. Want chickens. Oh my Gosh Mrs. Hughes might chickens have a swing in their chicken yard AU- I was teaching myself everything about chickens because I didn't know anything but when I couldn't buy eggs and we have this acreage I thought that's it. We're getting chickens. We hung met chickens swing up in their yard and they didn't use it for several weeks and then a few days ago I went outside and Lo and. Behold. One of my red chickens was on that swing and she was putting her head back and forth and swinging a little heart dot, and then I ran back inside to get my camera and by the time I came back out she was off. But then there was a black chicken on there and she was swinging and I'm like I've practically never been happier. These are the simple things that blessed my heart. My daughter but me A. Feeder that's a tall cylinder with the little thing that you can stand on the bottom of. But, if in heavy stands on it, it flies around in a circle and slows them off. Oh so like if the squirrel gets her couple of squirrels have figured out that if they go and they stand on the top and very carefully slide down the two and land on the little metal stand. And carefully at catch their fingers and toes and they fly around in a circle and they'll go stake seventy ten times. SNEAD wise out the little holes, and then they jump off and eat all the seeds and then go up the tree down the chain. Down the. Riding around. And She Peter one day I don't see how you get anything done. If you can see that from the inside of Your House, sit at the table and watch some I would. And then my daughter amy found a local send who makes a wooden picnic table with attach seats for squirrels. What. So we've been. Food on the table and then sitting with camera at the ready waiting for somebody sit down at it and unfortunately they timed. They're sitting there eating the treats for what I go to the bathroom I guess. It's always gone when. They must have a lookout. Okay. They're not in the room. Let's. That they'll climb up on the window sill and look in breakfast room window, and if my husband's there, they'll make noise or climb up the screen or something to get his attention. and Get up and walk into the garden room and take peanut since open the door and they'll be sitting right there at the door at all but I need to get the peanuts but some of them are afraid of me and they won't come if I'm there sure candidate will. Go back up on the thing and keep making the themselves annoying until daddy goes takes peanuts out for the that's so cute and we have once we call him Boo Boo. But he's been in a fight both sides of the back of a big ruse honored I'm so worried about may have another with the little piece missing in one of his ears will call him Nacho. I'll perfect. By grandson Devon has little baby logan when they bought their house came with chickens. Oh. Wow. What a deal one of the chickens is just in love with Mike Ransom the daddy and his name is pants and he looks like he has pants on, he'll come running whenever devon goes out. Oh I love it. I was scared of chickens at first, but they were babies and I had him in a bathtub inside the house, and then when they got mature enough I had to move him out to the chicken coop and I did it on a day when my husband wasn't around for some reason and I was very proud of myself. I was very impressed that they all survived the situation but I learned how to handle them because they started feeding them scrambled eggs, which sounds really weird. But eggs are good nutrition for chickens. That's what they eat the whole time before they hatch. Right? They love me now every time they see me, they cluck at me and they walk around and sometimes they pick at my toenails. If my toenails have sparkling paint on them and they pick her wedding rings, it's the strangest thing. But anyway, they're so much fun. We had a cat tried to take when. She was cheering me whatever that was.

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

02:14 min | Last month

"mrs hughes" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"I tried them on and I got my hands and both sides and couldn't get them out. And I to you being stuck in the dress lane. Bryant was half as much fun as having your arms stuck in your underwear. I deliver buddy I got the I watched that if you fall, it says we detected a hard fall and then they'll call for help so I. I add that on and I did have it on at this pennies on it was one of the reasons why I couldn't get my arm out. The story I tell is that I fell down and my watch fell off and the Geek squad came stepped over meet picked up the watch said it was fine and well. I can't think of an example in my act except that story I just told you that wasn't true and even so that much of it was true that I had my arm stuck in my pants and had to fight to get them out. I and misses US I've been married. So long my oldest daughter's my age. People ask me all the time. What's the secret to a long and happy marriage I can tell you the secret to a long one. It's children. That's the reason my husband and I are together today's kids. Neither of US wanted. Custody. Was the sweetest small child in the world. He was the darling little boy one night at dinner. He said to me Mama when I married I wanNA marry someone exactly like you. been out of the corner of my eye on my husband go. One Minute ten years old the sweetest thing you ever saw the next thing you know just like that he's fifteen and he's copped an added. We've been fighting all day came over to windy goes. So why jazz me? Actually we did not be you. We were hoping for someone with a job. You don't realize that

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

02:25 min | Last month

"mrs hughes" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

Fancy Free Podcast

01:33 min | Last month

"mrs hughes" Discussed on Fancy Free Podcast

"Make sure that you click the Subscribe button wherever you listening to this podcast because mrs. Hughes and I had such a fun conversation. I couldn't fit it all into one episode and I will be bringing you a bonus episode with the remainder of our conversation later this week. You guys are not going to want miss it. We talked about our boobs. We talked about home decor and chickens and squirrels and we laughed our heads off as so much fun. You've got to come back for it. Today's episode is brought to you by Beauty bioscience. If you are a regular fancy free, you know that I am trying the r45 reversal and tomorrow. I'm switching from phase to phase three. I am still loving it. It is not causing any irritation or redness. I definitely feel like my skin looks healthier overall and I have two more weeks. So I'll let you know how it goes. I'm also using the quench which is an amazing moisturizer, which I'm loving make sure that you go to Beauty bio.com check out everything that they have to offer. I'm looking forward to trying a couple more of products soon. And I will keep you informed of that as well. But if you go to beautybio, and do a little shopping of your own don't forget to use the coupon code fancy-free wage to get 15% off of everything in your cart. Definitely check them out..

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Win catching that referees forty five years ago. You gotta let it go. Watch the downton abbey movie trailer. And I mean, it just looks like, you know. Okay. I'll go to that. When that comes in. But you couldn't tell a damn thing. Anything about it. But it was nice to see MRs Hughes and packing things. Yes. Yeah. So that doesn't come out until next year. But it was really they literally could have taken some of that teaser trailer from leftover shots. Because it tells you nothing. There's the bells react under. There's a guy on a scooter bike. I mean, it was just like, okay. Anyway. And then Jeff bridges is going to be the recipient of the Golden Globes there cease Obie award. I can't say that say that B demille award. See so be awards. He's so be award. I practice I owe you, well, listen, I think it's a wonderful choice. I do too. I love him. I do to achieve -ment member. Hot. He was in some of these member. The last picture show. Yeah. The other one were the fabulous Baker, boys. That was on not too long ago. Beautiful meals brothers. I wonder if Bo will give it to him his brother, Bo. Night. And then Carol brunette is going to win the ward this year that's named after her for television at the Golden Globes. Yes. Another sturdy choice. Sturdy solid solid oak. When we come back. We are going to have the dirt alert. Mytalk one zero seven one everything. Holiday, Armadillo entertainment. After being in Scottsdale and seeing all the different flooring.

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The sacrifices of others that lifted him to the high altar of success than a trailer park. And then I lived in another low income housing where there there was a crack house next to me that produced drugs for the city wife at home with your mother and your older, brother. It was tough. You know, I had a lot of issues and a lot of anger problems was a lot of explosions of anger frustration. That was going on at the time explosions of anger were hard for us to picture in the genial man, we met at the mat? But twenty years before green and his brother were being raised by an abusive mother, and he returned that abuse. Too violent for fourth grade. He was banished to that class. Delinquents my first day of class I walked in. And there's this little five foot one Caucasian curly blond haired lady, and I sit in my chair, and I threw my desk at her. And I tell her I will not be top by whitewater, and instead of kicking me out the class like most teachers would do and you'd be justified in doing so she instead took away my chair. I said I can learn from the floor and when I'm ready to nothing. No not to my desk at someone. I could have my desk and my chair back that was teacher, Elizabeth Hughes. That's green standing next to her. Why would MRs Hughes figure you for somebody who had a future? I don't think it was specific to me. I believe she thought this way, but every student that she worked with instead of sending me, home and. Throwing down the hammer the envel- on the on judgement. Instead, she asked me is everything. Okay. At home. What's wrong with you in? Why are you so angry school became a haven, but the fight should home continued and one day Speedo green pulled a knife and threatened his mother and brother and wind up police came to to my home because they were called they didn't feel that it will say for me to be around my family, and then they took me to juvenile detention. Stairs in shackles and handcuffs into a backup. Police car. And drove of about three and half four hours to where the facility was and is a member feeling alone. He was locked up for two months. The.

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Only sound that penetrated the frightening walls was MRs Hughes from fourth grade. And I remember getting a phone call. And she told me that don't let this moment to find you. This doesn't define you. You can be better you can do better. She called you in juvenile detention. Yes. She found out that I was there and called, and I was one of my biggest outbursts because I felt so ashamed and so angry at myself for letting her down that I had one of my biggest outburst at the juvenile. Put him in solitary confinement, his outbursts what him in solitary again. And again, he was twelve years old and win the door to the isolation so closed for the first time. I remember just begging on the door and screaming for anybody. For anything that connects you to the outside world, you hear everything is all over so loud. In imagine. How the energy of a child anchor of a child screaming screaming screaming screaming screaming till it gets so unbearable this fall. Uses crops, and you felt what being this was the lowest point of my life. It actually when I got out of here. That's was my motivation to to never in the place like this. No, one was listening to the voice locked in solitary except for the few who would save his life. Mrs Hughes who was to camera shy for an interview and in detention Priscilla Pineyro Jenkins. This kid was small angry full of just hate this eloquent man, that's sitting here next to me was not who I I met. Every other word was foul. Every other marred was negative. There was nothing positive coming out of him. Deniro Jenkins was a caseworker in the detention center called her like awful names like bitch. And I remember that she despite all of my anger, despite all of my outbursts. She was still nice to me, a sooner that there was a person who was nice to meet a person who showed me kindness. And that's that's an amazing feeling to see that in darkness this kid called you Hawaiian bitch. Why didn't you just say I don't care what happens to you? He's a child. He's not it's not at me. And you just can't say no to someone shut them out when you know, they're desperate to figure out. What is love who will love me who will care for me. Will you stand by me? Even if I'm Cussing you out. Well, yes, he just had to know that somebody gave a down. Exactly and was listening. That is how the world came to listen his life was saved by a few compassionate adults missiles Hughes Priscilla Pineyro Jenkins and a psychiatrist provided by the state of Virginia coming out of detention. Green got a fresh start his family moved to a new town with.

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thirty two. He's a member of the Vienna. State Opera and performs on stages of the word in German, French English and Italian. Okay. Some call his sound a gift, but that's so short the life of struggle and the sacrifices that lifted him to the high altar of success by the trailer park. And then I lived in another low income housing where there was a crack house next to me that produced drugs for the city life at home with your mother and your older, brother. It was tough. You know, I had a lot of issues and a lot of anger problems was a lot of explosions of anger frustration. That was going on at the time explosions of anger were hard for us to picture in the genial, man, we met. But twenty years before green and his brother were being raised by an abusive mother, and he returned that abuse. Too violent for fourth grade. He was banished to that class for delinquents. My first day of class I walked in. And there's this little five foot one Caucasian curly blond haired lady, and I sit in my chair, and I threw my desk at her. And I tell her I will not be and instead of taking out the class like most teachers would do and you'd be justified in doing so she instead took away my hair, I said, I can learn from the floor when I'm ready to not for my not not to my desk at someone. I could have my desk and my chair back that was teacher, Elizabeth Hughes. That's green standing next to her. Why would MRs Hughes figure you for somebody who had a future? I don't think it was specific to me. I thought this way, but every student that she worked with instead of sending me, home and. Throwing down the hammer on the judgment asked me is everything. Okay. At home. What's wrong with you? Are you so angry school became a haven? But the fights at home continued and one day Speedo green pulled a knife and threatened his mother and brother Finland wind up. Police came to to my home because they were called they didn't feel that it was safe for me to be around my family, and then they took me to do. Now. Walk down the stairs in shackles and handcuffs into a backup. Police car and drove about three and a half four hours to to to where the juvenile facility was and is a member of feeling alone. He was locked up for two.

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Months. The only sound that penetrated the frightening walls was MRs Hughes from fourth grade. And I remember getting a phone call. And she told me that don't let this moment to find you. This doesn't define you. You can be better you can do better. She called you in juvenile detention. Yes. She found out that I was there and called of my biggest outbursts because I felt so shamed. And so angry at myself for letting her down that I had one of my biggest outburst at the juvenile putting in solitary confinement his outbursts put him in solitary again. And again, he was twelve years old and win the door to the isolation so closed for the first time. I remember just begging on. On the door screaming for anybody. For anything that you to the outside world. Everything is. In imagine this harvest energy of a child anger of a child screaming screaming screaming and screaming and screaming until it gets unbearable. This fall. And you thought being this was the lowest point of my life. It actually when I got out of here. That's was my motivation to to never in a place like this. No, one was listening to the voice locked in solitary except for the few who would save his life. Mrs Hughes who was to camera shy for an interview and in detention Priscilla Pineyro Jenkins. This kid was small angry full of just hate this eloquent man, that's sitting here next to me was not who I I met. Every other word was foul. Every other marred was negative. There was nothing positive coming out of him. Euro Jenkins was a case worker in the detention center called her like awful, names like bitch or something. And I remember that she despite all of my anger, despite all of my outbursts. She was still nice to me. I still remember that. There was a person who was nice to me. A prisoner showed me kindness. And that's that's an amazing feeling to see that in darkness this kid and called you Hawaiian bitch. Why didn't you just say I don't care what happens to you? He's a child. He's not it's not at. And you just can't say no to someone and shut them out when you know, they're desperate to figure out. What is love who will love me who will care for me. Will you stand by me? Even if I'm Cussing you out. Well, yes, he just had to know that somebody gave a down. Exactly and was.

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Struggle and the sacrifices of others that lifted him to the high altar of success rather than a trailer park. And then I lived in another low income housing where there there was a crack house next to me that produced drugs for the city wife at home with your mother and your older, brother. It was tough. You know, I had a lot of issues and a lot of anger problems was a lot of explosions of anger frustration. That was going on at the time explosions of anger were hard for us to picture in the genial, man, we met. But twenty years before green and his brother were being raised by an abusive mother, and he returned that abuse to violent for fourth grade. He was banished to that class for delinquents. My first day of class. I walked in. And there's this little five foot one Caucasian curly blond haired lady, and I sit in my chair, and I threw my desk at her. And I tell her I will not be top by whitewater, and instead of kicking me out the class like most teachers would do and you'd be justified in doing so she instead took away my chair and said I can learn from the floor, and when I'm ready to not through my notes up to my desk at someone. I could have my desk and my chair back that was teacher, Elizabeth Hughes. That's green standing next to her. Why would MRs Hughes figure you for somebody who had a future? I don't think it was specific to me. I believe thought this way, but every student that she worked with instead of sending me home and throwing down the hammer anvil on judgement. Instead, she asked me is everything. Okay. At home. What's wrong with you? Why are you? So angry school became a haven, but the fight should home continued and one day Speedo green pulled a knife and threatened his mother and brother and wind up police came to my home because they were called they didn't feel that it was safe for me to be around my family. And then they took me to do now. Essentially walk down three flights of stairs in shackles and handcuffs into a backup police car and. And drove about three and a half four hours to to the facility was and is a member of feeling alone. He was locked up for two months. The only sound that penetrated the frightening walls was MRs Hughes from fourth grade. And I remember getting a phone call. And she told me that don't let this moment to find you. This doesn't define you. You can be better you can do better. She called you in juvenile detention. Yes. She found out that was there and called, and I was one of my biggest outbursts because I felt so shamed. And so angry at myself for letting her down that I had one of my biggest outbursts the juvenile detention facility. We're putting in solitary confinement. Here's outbursts put him in solitary again. And again, he was twelve years old and win the door to the 'isolation so closed for the first time. I remember just banging on the door screaming for anybody. Connection to the outside world. Everything is. So loud in imagine. How the energy child child screaming? Screaming screaming screaming screaming until it gets. So unbearable volume uses cross and you.

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Thought being this sole was the lowest point of my life. It actually when I got out of here. That's was my motivation to never in the place like this. No, one was listening to the voice locked in solitary except for the few who would save his life. Mrs Hughes who was camera shy for an interview and in detention Priscilla Pineyro Jenkins. This kid was small angry full of just hate this eloquent man, that's sitting here next to me was not who I I met. Every other word was foul. Every other marred was negative. There was nothing positive coming out of him. Deniro Jenkins was a caseworker in the detention center called awful names, wind bitches. I remember that she despite all of my anger, despite all of my outbursts. She was still nice to me assume remember that. There was a person who was nice to me a person who showed me kindness. And that's that's an amazing feeling to see that in darkness this kid called you Hawaiian bitch. Why didn't you just say, hey, I don't care what happens to you. He's a child. He's not it's not at me. And you just can't say no to someone in shut them out when you know, they're desperate to figure out. What is love who will love me who will care for me. Will you stand by me? Even if I'm Cussing you out while. Yes, he just had to know that somebody gave a down exactly was.

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"And the sacrifices of others that lifted him to the high altar of success of the trailer park. And then I lived in another low income housing where there there was a crack house next to me that produced drugs for the city wife at home with your mother and your older, brother. It was tough. You know, I had a lot of issues and a lot of anger problems was a lot of explosions of anger frustration. That was going on at the time explosions of anger were hard for us to picture in the genial man, we met at the mat? But twenty years before green and his brother were being raised by an abusive mother, and he returned that abuse to violent for fourth grade. He was banished to that class for delinquents. My first day of class I walked in. And there's this little five foot one Caucasian curly blond haired lady, and I sit in my chair, and I threw my desk at her. And I tell her I will not be taught by whitewater, and instead of kicking me out the class like most teachers would do and you'd be justified in doing so she instead to my chair and said I can learn from the floor, and when I'm ready to not for my notes up to my desk got someone. I could have my desk my chair back that was teacher, Elizabeth Hughes. That's green standing next to her. Why would MRs Hughes figure you for somebody who had a future? I don't think it was specific to me. I believe she thought this way, but every student that she worked with instead of sending me, home and. Throwing down the hammer the anvil on the on judgement. Instead, she asks me is everything. Okay. At home. What's wrong with you? Why are you? So angry school became a haven. But the fights at home continued and one day Speedo green pulled a knife and threatened his mother and brother and wind up police came to to my home because they were called they didn't feel that it was safe for me to be around my family, and then they took me to juvenile detention walk down three flights of stairs in shackles and handcuffs into a police car and drove about three and a half four hours to to to where the facility was and is a member of feeling alone. He was locked up for two months. The only sound that penetrated the frightening walls was MRs Hughes from fourth grade. And I remember getting a phone call. And she told me that don't let this moment to find you. This doesn't define you. You can be better you can do better. She called you in juvenile detention. Yes. She found out that I was there and calls. And I was one of my biggest outbursts because I felt so shamed. And so angry at myself for letting her down that I had one of my biggest outburst after you've been putting in solitary confinement. Here's outbursts, even solitary again. And again, he was twelve years old and win the door to the 'isolation so closed for the first time. I remember just begging on the door and screaming. For anybody for anything that connection to the outside.

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And the sacrifices that lifted him to the high altar of success rather than a trailer park. And then I lived in another low income housing where there there was a crack house next to me that produced drugs for the city wife had home with your mother and your older, brother. It was tough. You know, I had a lot of issues and a lot of anger problems was a lot of explosions of anger frustration. That was going on at the time explosions of anger were hard for us to picture in the genial man, we met at the mat? But twenty years before green and his brother were being raised by an abusive mother, and he returned that abuse to violent for fourth grade. He was banished to that class for delinquents. My first day of class I walked in. And there's this little five foot one Caucasian curly blond haired lady, and I sit in my chair, and I threw my desk at her. And I tell her I will not be top white one. And instead of kicking me out the class like most teachers would do and you'd be justified in doing so she instead took away my chair. I said I can learn from the floor, and when I'm ready to not through my notes up to my desk at someone. I could have my desk and my chair back that was teacher, Elizabeth Hughes. That's green standing next to her. Why would MRs Hughes figure you for somebody who had a future? I don't think it was specific to me. I believe she thought this way, but every student that she worked with instead of sending me home and throwing down the hammer the envel- on the on judgement. Instead, she asked me is everything. Okay. At home. What's wrong with you? Why are you? So angry school became a haven, but the fight should home continued and one day Speedo green pulled a knife and threatened his mother and brother, and when the police came to to my home because they were called they didn't feel that it was safe for me to be around my family. And then they took me to do. Not walk down the stairs. Shackles and handcuffs into a backup police car and. And drove about three and a half four hours to to where the body was and is a member feeling alone. He was locked up for.

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News station. KTAR news on ninety two three SM Bruce, Saint Jeeves and Pamela Hughes. Actually, it's MRs Hughes and Mr. urban who are holding it down right now. Does that sound weird? That does sound weird. I've always been in Irvine when somebody says Mr. urban to me, I don't care. How old I get it. Just sounds weird. I always rejected. I always say just call me. Steve just call me by my. I don't don't. Yeah. Okay. But I know you have a son way when he was a little bit younger and the kids would come over to the house. What do they call you? I don't even recall number. Okay. Yeah. I I think they never got any direction. So they just say like Zack's, dad. It's it's funny that you say that. Yeah. Yeah. You know, or the same for might be with kids. Do they would they would not know my name I would say like at a football game. Hey, so and so great play. Thanks, Devon's dad, even Bruce. I've met his mom several times. And I don't call her Annelies. I call her missus BRUCE'S, mom am. I this is versus mom. How are you? This is BRUCE'S mom, and it's become our thing. I just I there's a certain level that I'm uncomfortable with calling people by their first names. And and when I grow up I was taught to call people Mr. and MRs their last name. And so there are people when I go back to Pittsburgh, and, you know, my dad's buddies come over, it's, you know, Mr. Crawford. Hi, Mr. Crawford. How are you? I don't call them. Ed, MRs Mr. Crawford. Sure. And you can always tell the kids that have been drilled though, there's always one or two kids who who go they walk up, Mr. Irvine, you know, and they're they're very very formal about it. Because mama said you will respect the adults in the room. Well, the adults in the room, though, the level of respect that they want appears to be changing, Steve, and you have more and more adults that are saying that's cool. Just call me by my first name, and it's happening in the classroom. Maybe not the high school level or the junior high middle school elementary school level but in college classrooms, so we gotta take you to some Ottawa schools up there in and Canada, and you've got a professor at the university of Ottawa on. And it is also a professor within the education department who was saying, you know, what you've got that teacher student relationship that is changing and it's changing in a way to help ease the tension in the classroom. That's kind of an inch. Way of putting it, but more and more educators are kind of giving kids the option. Do you call him? Dr do you call Mr. or do you call them by their first name, and they're just kind of leading up to the students comfort level. Yeah. I don't know how I feel about that. I guess it's it's really up to the individual teacher one teacher chimed in saying, it doesn't matter what the teacher is called respect is really shown in their behavior and their character in how they conduct themselves in the classroom, and the respect that they have for the teacher, and you have to instill that regardless of whether you give them a title or give them a prefix or not, and I tend to agree with that a little bit. You know, the prefixing in calling somebody Mr. or MRs it's just sort of the tool it sets, the tone the moment you walk in the room. But ultimately, the teacher really still has to be the one that guides everything absolutely in parents are the ones that have to guide their kids as well. But there is a difference is most definitely a difference. And I take a look at my house. And while I'm very close with my daughter Riley. I'm not a friend. I'm her parents. And when my friends come over to the house, my friends are not her friends they are authority figures. And so while I don't require her to call my best friend Colleen MRs Pamela Davis. She does call her miss Colleen, and she doesn't call him, Mr. Pam Adidas. She calls him mister, Mike. There is it's so casual, but it is still this level of respect, but everybody's raised differently. And while I wasn't raised in the south with all of this, sir. And ma'am that southerners are typically race with it is a word that comes out of my mouth when there is somebody of authority or respect. And we had Colonel Frank mills said in here at one point in time this morning, and I referred to him as, sir. It's just it's something that I think once you get to a. Certain level is warranted. And I get called out all the time for it. Stephen facts during the primaries last week, we had secretary of state Michelle Reagan on and I was asking her a question. I call her, ma'am. It didn't go over. So. Well, it's of funny. I'll play it for you right now Utah. Tell us a little bit ma'am about the edges male. I am not at all. Audits respect, and I get I get it all the time. When I call somebody start a man like, I'm not all don't call me. Don't call me, ma'am. I don't mean it in a mean way. But people do take it that way, I used I've used the word survery as a rule in a couple of situations. Once when I was coaching my kid's soccer team. And I'm yelling at the wraps, sir. That was a terrible call and the other the other one is anytime I'm pulled over. I'm pulled over, sir. Absolutely, sir. I don't believe I was going that fast, sir. But what are you? What do you do in your home? Do you? Do you require your children to use full names, you allow them to use only first names or do you do kind of like a hybrid like we do in our family with like, you know, miss Colleen we asked you on the open mic line six zero two two hundred two seven three three. Here's what you're saying. Across the valley. This is bell from Goodyear. And I think it's disrespectful for a young person to call someone by their first name, if they're not don't have permission when you talk to a teacher, you say miss, and when they come to somebody eighty two years old when they're at the doctor's office instead of just calling them by their first name, you should at least say miss and their first name is Aaron a Phoenix with my son. You call me, sir. She be old enough to drink. Erin. Even respond back to him as sir. As a former respect his mother calls her, and then his teachers, I think it's just funny that you you have all these different takes on where it used to be pretty be pretty straightforward. It was you know, Mr. urban and MRs Hughes, it was pretty straightforward. There was no bending of that rolls. If I called Mr. Crawford Ed outta gotten slapped upside the head. I mean, what are you doing that is Mr. Crawford to you? But we're getting that hybrid. And and and I use the hybrid of MRs or Mr. first name and some people don't like that. I just got a Facebook message here from a listener who says I really dislike the Mr. insert first name if you use Mr. and MRs it's the last name. To each their own. But it just shows you how language and expectations of all. I am never going to call my mom anything. But mom. I never use her first name feel so weird. The only time I ever do that. Steve my dad's name is Frank y'all know because I've said it, but that has come from the many years going dad that he dab dab, right? And then he turns around, and he looks at you like, okay. If that's what it takes for me to get your attention. That is what I'm going to use. It's effective. All right. Hey, you know, what it has been a long week? We appreciate you sticking with us here. I do it. Every time the end of the show and at the end of the week. I think I've got a really good one for you. It is restoring your faith in humanity. And it's coming up next here on KTAR news..

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"St James and Pamela Hughes. Yeah. Today. You've got Pamela Hughes and Mr. urban. Yes, I got it right after an entire week. I know a nail in the Irvine, man. I am Nalen it all week. I've been calling him or win Irvine. Mr. Victory. All right. Do you get a lot? I do. And it makes me feel old when an intern walks up Mr. urban now, I'm Steve that's who I in the workplace. I, you know, I said Mr. urban was my father. My name is Steve that's usually my response. And in the older, you get the, you know, sometimes you just don't wanna be called Mr. urban or, sir. I think women have a problem with the term, ma'am, ma'am. Because it makes us feel old. For some reason, ma'am seems more like grandma. I don't know. Why? Now, I don't know. I like I like the respect aspect. Don't call me. Mrs hughes. I've had the same situation Seve where I've been in the news room and as managing editor. And interim news director several times here within the news department. We would get new hires or we would get interns coming in. And I appreciate why they're doing it. It's out of respect. And I just say, hey, listen, you know, what we're in. We're in the workplace here. Please feel free to call me, Pamela. You gotta you as the person being called that have to let them know. It's okay. Yeah. Now workplaces one thing. Workplaces one thing when it comes to social situations or let's let's just take it a step back to the classroom. Do you want students put yourself hypothetically in a position of a teacher? Do you want students to call? It you Steve. Or would you prefer students to call you Mr. urban? I think it depends on age. If I if I'm a college professor, you know, I might say Steve is fine. I think when you're teaching elementary school middle school that sort of thing, it's a very traditional thing. You can go on a school directory and look at the teachers and even in the school directory, they are referred to as Mr. or MRs or miss, whomever. Right. I mean, it's really built into the tradition of schools. I think it'd be a hard tradition to break. But I also think when you have younger kids, you have you have to establish some of thirty, you know, you talk about how it's built into the fabric of teachers, I as a parent of third grader, we'll still call them still call the teacher, MRs Holbrooke, right? I mean, I don't I don't even know what her first name is to tell you the truth. I probably look at our Email and find it out right now. But I call her missus, I call the principal. Mrs think about the teachers that you've had many of them could you name? Their first name. Yeah. Yeah breath. So the reason why we're talking about this folks as you've got some teachers, you gotta go up to Canada in order to to talk about this story. The breaking with tradition, and they're they're asking their kids their students to call them by their first name, or at least giving them permission to do. So. One one teacher who is more professor. So this is more along the collegiate level. Here says, you know, what if students want to call me by a doctor if they wanna call me Dr. That's fine. I wanna call me. Mister, that's fine. If they want to call me by my first name, that's fine. And I think on collegiate level. That's okay. You know, I taught several semesters at Arizona State University at the Walter Cronkite school, and and as I saw this story, I kinda was running back through it. Like, I don't know if I necessarily set the tone for what to call me. But I think I had some students that called me, Pamela. I had other students that called me miscues or MRs Hughes, and I don't I don't think it really corrected. Anybody? It was like whatever you want with you went with. So I get that on a college level. But where it really really bothers me is when you have young children young children like kids. My daughter's age nine calling me by my first name, Pamela, sometimes leaving shorten it to. Hey, pam. Ooh. Yeah. Now..

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"mrs hughes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"mrs hughes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Yeah i wish you would have because you know what i would have told her go to go to the bookstore and buy by fiction that's what this is this reporter is nothing but fixing he did not do any homework he really avoided the real evidence evidence that we've been put in a court of law and for thirty three years from the trial court to the to the appellate courts to the california supreme court to a federal judge every court every court including the california supreme court said the evidence established the defendant's guilt overwhelmingly the evidence is extremely strong and as we agreed to retest dna the case got stronger and stronger and it continues to be there's no doubt in the state court the federal court even our liberal ninth circuit court in two thousand seven judge rymer says they've been testing and there's no evidence of innocence at all and and you know what that's has a lot they're looking for evidence of innocence how about proof beyond a reasonable doubt that he's guilty he's absolutely guilty and we can talk about those other facts in the paper too yeah because we should go through some of christoph main points because a lot of a lot of listeners mike don't know this story we haven't talked about it and somebody years and also a lot of people believe what they read the new york times i think that's been disproven for a while now the evidence of the hatchet the hatchet came from the house that kevin cooper was hiding in days before the murder everybody knew that that were that hatchet came from because everybody used it to cut would the neighbors were a community there they helped each other all of this evidence was directly direct at kevin cooper kristof christopher relies heavily on this mystery woman who supposedly told police diana roper that her boyfriend white was probably involved and turned over his bloody coveralls christoph claims the investigators destroyed the coveralls well i wish i wish he would have read the jury trial transcript and i know mrs hughes was there at the trial and she heard all of the evidence and.

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