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"princess margaret" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show
"Folks, welcome to The Eric Metaxas Show, sponsored by Legacy Precious Metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals. Visit LegacyPMInvestments.com. That's LegacyPMInvestments.com. Welcome to The Eric Metaxas Show with your host, Eric Metaxas. Hey there, folks. Guess what? Yes. Yes. Did you guess? Did you guess? My guest today is Mr. Pat Boone. Pat Boone, my friend. Welcome to this program. That's me. It's radio, so feel free to talk. Hey, listen, Pat, I got to tell you, I got to tell my audience just to set them up for what we're going to discuss. I had the privilege. We were in Dallas together at the NRB a couple of weeks ago. My daughter and I had the joy of spending some time with you at that dinner. There was a special dinner. And then Albin and I, my producer, were in the room the next day, I think it was, or two days later, when you got a very special award. And that got me thinking about you and your career. And I said, I want to have you on this program to talk about your career, talk about anything you want. But that evening was so special, Pat. I was sitting there watching. They had put together a beautiful video package introducing you and your career before they brought you up on the stage. And to be reminded of all the things that God has used you to do over the years. It was overwhelming. I said, I want my audience, especially younger folks who don't know you, to know about this stuff. And then when you gave your speech, I thought, this is getting more ridiculous because it was one of the most moving, beautiful speeches, Pat. It was amazing what you said. So we're going to put that on my YouTube channel, my personal YouTube channel, so people can watch it. But let's just start there, Pat. How do you, I mean, that was an amazing evening. What was your response? What were you feeling that evening to get this Lifetime Legend Award? Well, it's a mixture of feelings, Eric. Of course, happy that I was given an award and singled out amongst a lot of other people who I feel sure are more worthy. But very emotional too, because as you heard me say, and I won't say it all, as my life was getting underway in my late teens, I was asking God, this was personal just between me and Him, to use my life in some way that would please Him, that would serve His purpose for me. Now, this is when you were up in the attic, you were 16 years old or something like that? Yeah, yeah, about 16. I had claimed this raw, unfinished attic full of kind of junk that's in everybody's attics as my penthouse, because my brother and I, he was a year younger than me, we'd been sharing this double bed in our modest home in Nashville for years. And of course, we loved each other, we were brothers, but you know, each of us would like to have had the bed and the privacy to himself. When you hit 16, you know, you're a man, you want your own room, so you head up to the attic, I understand. So I asked mom and dad if I could have the attic, and they said, well, it's just an attic. And I said, yeah, but there's room and I could put a cot up there, and it'll be my place and Nick can have the double bed here downstairs in the bedroom. So that's what we did. And I will say that being up there alone, a lot of the time, I could study up there, I had light, it was raw, it was nobody, you know, people would have felt sorry for me, I guess, but I enjoyed it, because it was mine, and I was, I had the privacy. So I used some of that time as a young Christian to talk to God and just say, I don't know where this road, I look out the window, up this curving road out the window of the attic and it went up the hill and around the bend, and it was like an assembly or a parable to me about my life. My life is going around the bend, I don't know where I'm going, but God, please use me in some way that will serve you and will bless other people. It was a simple prayer, and I didn't know what I was asking, but I meant it, and I repeated it, and then I'd come down and have breakfast and go to school, and I just never forgot that I had pledged myself, now what I didn't know, I didn't tell you, and I didn't mention that night, because I'm the oldest of four kids, and I've been blessed in many ways beyond my brother and two sisters, I love them, and they love me, and we're very close. But I was singled out, and I asked my mama, since I was the firstborn, did you ever do, when I read about little Samuel and his mom, she couldn't even have a child, and God miraculously gave her the child, and then she raised him to heaven and gave him to God. I said, did you ever do anything like that with me? And she teared up, she'd never told me. She said, yes son, when you were just an infant, I raised you before the Lord and said, he's yours Lord, use him for your purposes. Now she never told me that until I asked her, you know, in my 50s, and I never knew that she had taken her firstborn son, and like Hannah and Samuel just raised me up and said, take him Lord, he's yours. So with all of my failings and faults and mistakes all through these years, and I made plenty, and a lot of people who know me know about him, God has blessed and used and directed my life, and I've had that sense that he had a purpose for me. Well it's just overwhelming, and again, you know, for people, especially younger people tuning in who don't know, when I mentioned to my cousin in Greece, who I guess he's just 70 this year, that I had become friendly with you, he couldn't believe it. He thought, Pat Boone, what, you know, he's in Greece, but I mean the whole world of certain generations knows you, knows that you were a recording star, I mean hitting every bell that could be rung, top number one hits, everything, movies, everything, and of course younger people today, they would have no idea about that, so I said, I want to go over your career because you talked about this, about giving your life to God, having no idea, let's be honest, what lies ahead, and what lay ahead for you, you met the Queen of England twice, you met everybody we can possibly think of, Elvis, you were friendly with all these people, every Bob Hope, whoever it is, it is a staggering career that you've had, and I just want to go backwards, and let me just ask you, you said the Queen of England, so you met the Queen of England twice? Twice, and it's an embarrassment, it was because I met her twice, the second time was when I was deeply, deeply embarrassed, the first time I was in college at Columbia University, I transferred from North Texas State to Columbia because I was having hit records and my career was taking off in an astonishing way. So in college you're having hit records and your career is taking off, so what are you, 19, 20? 20, 21, 22, 21, as I launched the first ever musical variety show for a guy my age at 21 on ABC television, and I'm still in college, I'm taking classes every weekday and Saturdays too at Columbia University, and siring four kids. Siring four kids, is that the most delicate way you could put it, Pat Boone? Yes, it is. Siring four kids, these lovely women that are now, some of them grandmothers, okay, so it is hard for anybody to believe that at that age all of this stuff is happening. And in the middle of it, I am given the invitation to come perform for the Queen, it was a Royal Command performance, I'm still in college, I'm studying, I'm going to be an English teacher, I think, even though my career is taking off like crazy, I didn't expect it to last, so I was going to get my diploma and get ready to be a high school English teacher. And meanwhile, Shirley and I kept popping out these babies, one every year, until, well, I'm trying to say too much at once, anyway, I go to the command performance in London. But wait, what year is this, this 53, 54? 57. Oh, 57. Okay, so the Queen, of course, is very young herself. She's not much older than you, she's about 10 years older than you, I think. And so she's a very young woman, it's 1957, and you at age 21, whatever it is, are invited to a Royal Command performance. So frame this for my audience, the world of 1957, you know what, they're telling me I'm out of time, we'll be right back, folks, I'm talking to Pat Boone. 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But so tell us, you're invited to the Palladium. Were you nervous? Were you excited? I mean, to be invited at that age to do a Royal Command performance with the Queen of England, I think that would be a little heady thing for a kid from Tennessee. Yes, definitely. I was very nervous and I and I was I didn't know all the protocol at all. And and and all I had to sing for her were my current hits, which were three or four rock and roll songs, rhythm and blues songs. And I'm going to be singing these these rock and roll songs. They weren't Coldport or they weren't, you know, what were they? Do you remember what they were? One heart's not enough, baby. Two hearts will make you feel crazy. One kiss will make you feel so nice. Two kisses take you to paradise. Two hearts, two kisses make one love. How you like that, Queenie? Let me tell you, that's you. Did you do the best baboon impression? I think I probably ever heard Albin. Am I right? That was as if we had Pat himself singing it. OK, so that was that was one. And next was ain't that a shame? Oh, that's famous. And that was the number one smash. And then crazy little mama come knock, knock, knock and knock at my front door. Now, I'm singing these songs. I'm going to sing them for the Queen of England. Now, ain't that a shame? That's that was originally Fats Domino. Oh, no. Yeah. Huge number one R &B hit. And it sold one hundred fifty thousand. That's a number one R &B chart hit. But that was considered race music. He was a Pat Fats Domino, for folks who don't know, was a tremendously famous black man, musician. You took that kind of music and brought it to white audiences. So you're in front of the the whitest woman in the world, the Queen of England. Right. And Princess Margaret and the whole entourage. So I was told because I was very nervous and there were Rex Harrison and a lot of other people on the same show with me. I mean, major English stars. And other people of, you know, very sorts that could entertain the whole royal family. So now they say, look, when you when you look a glance toward the queen and the royal box, and if you see her doing this, applauding you, then you'll see the audience will also be applauding. If you see her just with her hands like this, then she may not be enjoying you, but, you know, don't let it bother you. So I did take a few glances up toward the royal box. And when I finished one of my rock and roll songs, I saw her doing this and Princess Margaret doing this and the whole audience applauding. Right. So it was going it went well. But before that happened, I had to go rent a full tuxedo, which I did not have. And so I went to one of the rental places on High Street or one of the streets in London and got the whole regalia, white white tie and tails, black tux, white tie. And I thought there should be a white handkerchief. Nobody told me, no, you don't wear a white handkerchief in the tails outfit. So I looked for something white and I didn't I didn't have any socks. I didn't even have white jockey shorts. All I could find was some toilet tissue that thick English toilet tissue. I took two or three folds and I put it up here and made a square pocket square up here. And then I thought, hey, the fashion right now is to have your initials embroidered on your pocket handkerchief. Well, I had no time to do that or they're going to pick me up in 20 minutes to take me to the theater. So I got a ballpoint pen of some sort and put PB. I don't think ballpoint pens were out in 1957. Maybe I'm wrong. Instrument up with PB. So it looked like I had an embroidered handkerchief. And of course, the handkerchief itself was inappropriate. But I didn't know that. So now I go and I sing for the queen and it goes very well. Get a lot of applause and I meet her and I and I knew what the protocol was to simply bow as she stands in front of me. Don't extend my hand to her. Sixty four years later, I'm cringing for you in this moment. Please continue. She runs a gauntlet. And when the concert's over, she comes into another room where all the performers are in line and she starts at one end and works her way through and is very nice to them. Thanks them. And also Princess Margaret and Prince Philip. All of this is coming along the line. And I'm very nervous. But all I have to do is bow when she stands in front of me and say, Your Majesty, if she extends her hand, I take it. And and she said, she gave me a nice compliment. I enjoyed your performance. Princess Margaret was even more appreciative. Prince Philip, the whole shot. So it went well. I felt good. Now I'm leaving the theater afterwards and all the entertainers are going out the stage exit and all the people in the audience know where that is and that the Bobbies, the English Bobbies, are going to have to be holding them back so we can get to police vans that will take us to where our various cars are to go to our hotels or wherever. So I'm going and the Bobbies are on either side of me and I'm pressing my way through the crowd after the performance and an arm from one of the fans reaches over the policeman, the Bobby's arms and grabs my handkerchief and runs screaming up the alley. I got it. I got it. Now I've all laughed for years wondering what she thought when she opened what she had taken out of my pocket. And it was toilet tissue with my initials on it. And thought I was either the cheapest guy in the world or I had embroidered toilet tissue. Now, are you so some some fan was able to get their hand in your pocket? What's with these Bobbies? They're not doing their job.
"princess margaret" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"There we are. That is right. The horses who later want she's rides around and over the last 5 or 6 years. Sort of a highland tour that's not a big horse and sort of got long hair and behind behind her and her groom were all the other grooms that work and Windsor. They were doing sort of a queue of honor for the queen about their heads as it went through in ones. I must the first half hour. I slept most of yesterday to so I could watch it with and I missed the first half hour so I'll read again and in my paper this morning and Wellington, it has said Sunday's TV pages, but it doesn't have the repeat of tonight or last night there. So I would pursue TV one and or three with both at the same program during the night. We'll redo it on our holiday for the 26th. That day I would say that afternoon. And instead of said day or Sunday, really should have hit the holiday today, but look, just to conclude, it was interesting when we didn't see, of course, the coffee being lower. Down into the crypt. But it said that she's going to be buried with Philip and the parents in Margaret. Well, princess was the first member of royalty to be cremated. I think over the top royalty and so she wouldn't she wouldn't have a coffin, you know, she'd have an earner, maybe down there, but in the duke of wittenberg, in a program I saw twice, she was the chief headphones castle. And he was traveling around with the cameras talking, et cetera, and he pointed out mostly in all the burial area for Queen Victoria and Albert. And he said, I would like to be buried over on that hill. I would like to have a memorial there with a lovely view. And so I was quite surprised the queen and him are even the crypt down at well there we go so much tradition, isn't he? So much tradition and then someone changes it like Princess Margaret. So yeah, you know, this is what I've really enjoyed is that everything that's happened has been fully orchestrated by Queen Elizabeth II and she has got what she wanted and that horse I just saw the clip of it on the television in front of me here. Very special to see that beautiful horse being stood there watching everything go by in the couple of corgis as well. Very sad and very
"princess margaret" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And analysts in over a 120 countries. This is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update. President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden among the dignitaries who are arriving in London ahead of the state ceremony for Queen Elizabeth will be held at Westminster Abbey followed by a burial in Windsor tomorrow. There the late monarch will join the remains of her father, king George VI, the queen mother and her sister, Princess Margaret. Senator dick Durbin says it's pathetic that the governors of Texas and Florida are taking advantage of helpless people. Making promises to them to get on the bus and life is just going to be fine and off they go to places for removed from where they're supposed to be appearing under the requirements of our law. Appearing on NBC's meet the press, the Illinois Democrat explained the busing of migrants to sanctuary cities, was not only jeopardizing their stays in the U.S., but turning children into victims of a political stunt. Fiona is now a hurricane as it threatens to dump huge amounts of rain on Puerto Rico. The national hurricane center says Fiona's maximum sustained winds have increased to 80 miles an hour with higher gusts. I'm Tammy trujillo. Your listening to balance and power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio. This week, president Joe Biden celebrated the passage of the inflation reduction act, his signature climate and tax law, while ignoring worse than expected inflation data from August that was released the very same day.
"princess margaret" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Room. There were some questions about what were these notes being passed around parliament, but it was the news that the queen's condition had deteriorated that the royal family was gathering in balmoral and putting in chain the chain of events that we've now seen play out with the queen dying aged 96. I want to we're continuing to get statements. We just heard from prime minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, saw that he was just speaking. And now we're getting a statement from former prime minister Boris Johnson, who says that this is our country saddest day in the hearts of every one of us. There is an ache at the passing of our queen, a deep and personal sense of loss, far more intense perhaps than we expected. His statement continues to say that she seems so timeless and so wonderful that I'm afraid we have had to come to believe like children that she would just go on and on. I want to bring back in a creative Gupta on talk a little bit about the history here. 70 years. It spanned World War II. Parts of World War II, I should say. The end of World War II will actually 1952. So after the post war era in the UK, but her experience during World War II was one that has been chronicled because she stayed in England during that time. She did. Despite the Nazi air raids. During the blitz, I mean, look, when the onset of World War II 1939, she was 13 years old at the time and basically throughout the war, she actually spent her time. I want to say a winster and balmoral. So she was close to London, but not in the heart of it alongside her sister Princess Margaret at the time. I think what's really striking and it speaks to her character and this idea that duty comes first, that country comes first that when she was 19 years old, she trained for the British Army. She trained as a driver. She trained as a mechanic. She also trained as a nurse alongside a Princess Margaret so I think that really speaks to that. And then ascended the throne when she was 25 years old to your point, Tim at 1952 told on her honeymoon, by the way, that she was in Kenya by Prince Philip, so it really is a significant turnaround at the sudden passing of her father king George VI. I think what's interesting what you have to note about Queen Elizabeth is that she really was quite modern and in terms of how she had to really adapt to the changing times. For example, something that is really important is the fact that she actually allowed media access into the private lives of the royals. This was at the time in the 50s and the 60s was not something the BBC or even any other media outlets were really granted access to. So the fact that she actually televised some of the royal family's life televised what the inside of Buckingham Palace looked like in 1970 was quite significant. Also, even bringing tours into Buckingham Palace saying that that those palaces are the peoples. They should have access to them was pretty significant. She also condoned the disillusion of her sister's marriage in 1978, which think about it at the time, the concept of divorce or dissolution of marriage was quite scandalous only to have, of course, the more popular Anna's horrible in the 1992 I want to say yeah, that's correct. That's the year. Yeah. And we should also keep in mind, her first prime minister, Winston Churchill. So a historic life 16 prime ministers to follow and really just incredible in terms of everything she's accomplished. A historic life and there's so many key events that happen during the 70 years that Queen Elizabeth was on the throne. One of the more notable happenings, though, is the renewed tension that we saw in Northern Ireland. And renewed tension in Anglo Irish relations, Steven. And as we push forward and as we await Prince Charles two become King Charles, rather than perhaps if that's his name, if that's ultimately what he decides, what do you expect on that front? Yeah, I mean, it's an interesting question. He is the king. It is just this question over the name that we're waiting for confirmation on but at a time when the future of the union is in more in question now than it has been for a long time. We had in 2014, Scotland voted to stay part of the union, but the Brexit referendum has again put a lot of strain on that relations and we know that the Scottish national party who are the majority in Scotland are looking for another referendum that has to be granted by the government in London. And then obviously the situation in Northern Ireland, much further complicated by Brexit. There is now much more impetus for a drive towards holding a referendum there on the united Ireland, not something that's going to be imminent, but certainly the dial moved with the Brexit referendum and the queen was seen as one of the unifying forces of the union and whether or not that can be passed over and transmitted in the same way under king, the new king, that is something that is going to be a huge challenge and something that will change the fabric of how this country operates. I do want to bring in the queen's, again, talking about her soft diplomatic power, traveling as head of state, a visit that always stands out to me as an Irish person, was her visit to Ireland in 2011, which was the first by a reigning monarch and it was something she took part in events, which nobody had expected that she would take part she later wreath in the garden of remembrance, which is where commemorates people who died fighting for Irish independence from the United Kingdom and she also stood up at a state dinner in Dublin castle and started her address with a few words of Irish. She's had president and Friends as a corridor in Irish, which in terms of Anglo Irish relations, given that there was 30 years of fighting in Northern Ireland in which thousands of people died ending at a peace agreement in 1998, the fractious relations that have existed since Ireland's independence between Dublin and London. That was a momentous moment in Anglo Irish relations seen and something that's being recognized by the Irish prime minister that he took speaking today as well after the death of the queen too. So just a very small picture of the sort of influence the queen had in her role. A small picture, but Stephen a very, very big moment. We're continuing to hear from heads of state around the world. This time, President Biden weighing in. We heard from The White House already. The president weighing in with a long statement, I'll read part of it. Her majesty Queen Elizabeth II was more than a monarch, she defined an era. In a world of constant change, she was a steadying presence and a source of comfort and pride for generations of Britons, including many who have never known their country without her. An enduring admiration for Queen Elizabeth II united people
"princess margaret" Discussed on The Story Of
"Good morning Kansas City. It is Wednesday February 16th, 2022. Its national leave the lid up day so fellas, go wild. Today there's going to be a high of 65° and a low of 20, which sounds a lot like my ACT scores. We are on a winter storm watch tonight through Thursday morning, look out for ice and snow that could accumulate anywhere from four to 8 inches. Also sounds like me. According to an article in popular mechanics, everything you see is 15 seconds in the past. That's probably the reason why our vision doesn't constantly make us throw up. Researchers from Aberdeen and Berkeley have found our eyes use a previously undiscovered visual illusion that helps us smooth out what we see over time. Instead of processing everything we see in a given moment, we average out what we've seen in the past 15 seconds. In none of my business news, for the 20th anniversary of her sister's death, Queen Elizabeth granted Princess Margaret's lover, roderic llywelyn, permission to visit her grave site to pay his respects, but you know what? That's none of my business. Still thinking about that. I think. Think of image stabilization or smoothing on a camera. Instead of processing each image, the camera automatically takes an average of several frames, cleaning up jitters, noise, and light fluctuations. Our brains do all this and more, and this study was to research. The theory of serial dependence. Serial dependence causes objects at any moment to be misperceived as being more similar to the recent past. That's why when you see an old classmate, you haven't seen for a long time. You're like, oh my God, they look really old. Do I look that old? Patrick Mahomes posted a sweet Valentine pick of his adorable baby daughter, giving her flowers and a card that said happy first birthday love Dada. Sterling was reportedly very happy with the flowers, even though what she really wanted for Valentine's Day was a ring. Look, I know you think that I think does it make sense, okay? But there's a video test in the article, so just look it up and do it. Popular mechanics, eyeball. Stop texting me about it. I'm just as scared as you are. And now a word from our sponsors. Do you want to reach several people? Well now you can for only $1. That's right. $1, with a message you'd like to be read on the air. It could be a product and event or a message to your student body president asking hey, why haven't I heard anything about a reunion yet? You can also ask a question that I'll answer on air. Thank you to today's sponsor, Susie Gilbert. Susie Gilbert says, your Valentine's gift just arrived. Thanks, boo. And thank you to our sponsor today, Suzy Gilbert. Stay safe tonight during the winter storm, and remember to bring your dog inside, and if you have chickens, they are probably going to die or may already be dead. Have you checked in this morning? Why do you even have chickens? Do you really need eggs that bad? I'm sure it was fun at first, but man, aren't you sick of eggs now?.
"princess margaret" Discussed on Art Beauty
"Shortly after receiving it. She attends a dinner in london at the table. She was at with princess margaret in a bunch of other people and these women were doing a nine over this rain and she was passing it around and feud were trying it. On and princess. Margaret is sort of looks over and says it's perfectly vulgar and elizabeth said to her. You know you're right which allowed to try on. And so she takes and she slides it on. The princess's finger in the crisis begins to look at her hand. And elizabeth leans into her ear. Says is not so vulgar. Now is it. I love you know she was like oh hello. Elizabeth was doing was like girl. I called you al out. And that was just part and parcel of the personality of elizabeth taylor. There is the thing that i liked. The most about being involved in the documentary was the narrative approach that they took was what about how this woman took control of her life and live relying on her own terms or what. Many of the women cited in the documentaries being bands terms in the forty fifties and sixties. You know through the studio in an interesting Where a hollywood Controlled your entire life who you met who you married who you spent time with the way that your hair looks. The way that they controlled everything every aspect in fact they would actually control the if you bought a house. Your entire house would be outfitted by the department and so you could come home and discover that your entire dining room was gone because they needed it for a shoot. If you're holding in this this happen you're holding a dinner right. You call the prompt department. You're like you took my dining room. I'm having dinner at eight. The prop department would deliver another dining room complete with the silverware. The chandelier the grand piano like all that stuff moving end. Set it up so you can have your dinner party. But the whole point was they owned it. It the only thing. They allowed her to her car of the see. This is why. I'm obsessed renew everybody. Who's listening right on crete. You just hang out with him forever. Because like what an incredible thing. I knew the the studio controlled it. I know i did that. The prop department would not only set up everything. Your husband there would take it away if they needed it for a few and didn't ask permission. I mean you know part of me though is kinda like if somebody wanted to come in redesigned my house. I.
"princess margaret" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Thing and emma koren's emmy nominated portrayal of princess di was spot on hard to believe but she was rejected from drama school twice. Wait sticking with the crown season for got so real this year covering charles and diana and so many other wild moments it's up for eleven anyth- and here to separate fact from fiction is an expert on all things british including that royal family. Jonathan satcher dotty share is first of all. Let's start with this moment. From episode one where prince charles meets a young diana spencer. You guys to let me stay wolf. Well you eight cents chills down my spine daughter that i could watch that scene over and over again. All right you have to help us. Factor fiction to charles really meet diana when she was dressed a tree so this one isn't quite true. Charles diana did meet in nineteen seventy seven while he was dating her sister. Lady sarah spencer and diana was only sixteen years old but in the crown. They've added the mattress and the show dressed her up like that because she's rehearsing to play and in real life. Diana did love the theater so they probably wanted to signal side of her personality. Let's remember later in life. Diana did talk about the real first meeting. She said that she was fat. Haji without makeup an on smart. She said that she made a lot of noise. And he like that. And in their infamous official engagement interview which was also reproduced in the crown. Charles commented on their first meeting saying that she seemed very jolly and amusing and attracted sixteen year old great fund and bouncy full of life and everything. Oh it was doing from the beginning. Yeah joyful unbound call. How about this moment. When princess margaret tried to get the royals to call off. Charles and diana's wedding washes.
"princess margaret" Discussed on Behind the Numbers: eMarketer Podcast
"Don't do there were just focus on fantasy football year. Five months of so bring that back. I'm life we'll chat about it on a few. Oh i to secret once we The first why. Americans and brits drive on different signs of the road soup with me on this. One is the kind of show history. Bbc american originally almost. Everyone traveled on the left hand. Side since swordsman on horseback preferred to keep their right arms and swords closer to their opponents knows klag. Sp of redes- digest. Some people are left handed but most also mounting and dismounting was easy from the left side of the horse and safer done by the side of the road than in the center so why people stopped traveling on the left in the late. Seventeen hundreds when large wagons pulled. Several of horses were used as transport farm products in france in the us with no driver seat inside the wagon. The driver sat on the rear left. Horse of the pairs of horses pulling it using their roy tom to use the whip to keep the horses moving since they sat on the left. They wanted other wagons to pass on their left. Because you can kind of gauge it better thus keeping to the right side. In seventeen seventy three. The british government introduces the general highways. Act which encouraged driving on the left. This was later made law. Thanks to the highway act of eighteen thirty five. Meanwhile post revolutionary france under the left-handed rule into polian embraced a more permanent. Move to right side of the road. Then henry ford unveiled the model. T in ninety. Eight driver's seat was on the left. So 'cause had to drive on the right hand side of the road to allow front and back passengers to exit the car onto the cub according to nat. Go this influenced a change. In many countries. Canada italy and spain change to right hand side. Driving in one thousand nine hundred and most of the eastern european countries followed suit in the thirties. As recently as nineteen sixty seven swedish drivers began driving on the right precise the five am on september third following a radio countdown and it must have been chaos. That's why some drive on the left. Some drive on the right and two-thirds drive on the right around about a third of the world's population ireland. Japan caribbean the uk. Drive on the left. So british empire versus non were prior essentially pretty much. Now that's super fascinating. Love this stuff. Second one real quick susie. This is One from from your region of the world so the netherlands gift two thousand tulips to canada every year. Did you notice. I did not know this amazing. No do i know when you are delivered our okay. So the reason is the netherlands. Send flowers to canada because the royal dutch family fled to canada. During world war two and princess juliana was pregnant at the time with soon to be princess margaret. The thing is if margaret wasn't born on dutch soil she couldn't be considered dutch royalty so the canadian government literally declared the ottawa hospital to extra-territorially be considered dutch land. So basically said this. This canadian hospital is on now in dutch. Land for the time being when world war two was over and the family returned to the netherlands. Princess juliana was forever grateful for countess hospitality turning the country into the netherlands. So she could still be roti when she was born and they sent a hundred thousand. Choose to thank them a tradition. That is still carried out today but with few hours..
"princess margaret" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Relationship which they don't really. They're not as friendly as people might think they are. Now is a lot of time to spend together. Look it's just like you. And i. I mean i know that you and farmer of history but the way that i describe your in my relationship is that we've known each other for almost forty five years verge of never speaking to one another from forty five years. I say this because this this this bitch a neither allen berg fucking thorn in that group seidman she is. I mean okay. So anita calemburg the mother of three of keith richards. Kids beautiful woman back in day. Yeah yeah in the mistress of three members from the rolling stones. I you had an affair with brian jones and they say when she dumped him that was the beginning of his end. He never recovered. He was devastated when she well remember she. She was with brian before keith. She had an affair with brian. jones while sa- so. She had an affair. Brian jones then keith. Richards and finally mick jagger right and keith richards kind of admitted that the thing between those two Between jagger and her during the filming of the movie performance and he's a his word says forever tarnish the relationship between us fucking jaga was a dog insecure insecure and a dog. They say that he had Proudly say though four thousand women four thousand partners this is put it that way. Four thousand partners over his time. And let's see i. I got a little list of who who he was supposedly with whereas it so they say Mick jagger had fair with the early he was worth about. Four thousand women including madonna. Uma thurman princess margaret angelina. Jolie and david bowie i. I'm not sure. I believe a lot of those. Well i mean what what the hell do i know. But you know it's i'll tell you getting back to anita i mean he could have had any woman that he wanted in a fucked over one of his friends. That's bad guitar. Play you songwriting partner. That's bad man. Yeah so his his image kinda get tarnished when you look at that although he is sir mick jagger also Had we we talked about this. Oh by the way. This is episode. Twenty five wow twenty. Five episodes party seems fifty. Oh jeez who Okay i'll edit that out. I'll just edit that whole thing. We'll we'll move on so that that on that so the lips the lips right their logo the hindu goddess kali inspired the logo the represents the rolling stones the goddess kali symbolizes and emancipation and destruction of evil as is the goddess of eternal energy. That drawing of the mythical tongue is known as hot lips has become the emblem of rock and roll else became the symbol of peace and love before the hippies in the seventies came up with their peace symbol designer. John pash pass shea grew in nineteen seventy yet for a modest sum of fifty pounds. Which one hundred bucks hundred ten bucks depends with. The exchange rate was at that time. Seven hundred seventy two hundred dollars. Whatever it was. Yeah yeah so. What i think we had talked about it on one episode that some people thought just because andy warhol came up with the design of sticky fingers the album that he also designed the tongue which is a lot of even even though even though You know Collie was supposed to be the inspiration for the the tongue and lips. He kind of admitted that jaguars really the inspiration for his dry fits. Yeah of course. Of course you when they first started using it. Hold on this. This might be the thing that leads to the confusion. Hold on so they started using it on was it. was it sticky fingers. It was sticky fingers. Yeah because i was thinking of the fun like i. I didn't see the logo on it. Yeah sticky fingers so there you go with the at the same time as the album. Andy warhol. Yeah that's a good point in and sticky fingers you know the the he designed that andy warhol any warhol in his his group from the factory they made the design of that record in it actually had the workings zipper at one point. They wanted to put a balloon in there but it was too expensive to to get that done in pretty soon after when they started to do reprints of the record. They actually got rid of the real zebra. You know why zip was ruining album covers. It was winning the album. That's right because they were all coming in these boxes and they're all pressed together. Yes and so on the back of some albums was that indent from this was behind it. That is exactly right. Yeah yeah that's the you know again. What's your favorite stones album exile on main street. I think we talked about this too. Yeah yeah sure we. I'm tossed up between sticky fingers and And actually Some girls i. That's maybe that's a good. I mean every song on that is great but that actually leads me into something. What's the song on some girls. I was driving one night. Only far away is so the story behind far away is keith. Richards had gotten gotten in trouble in canada. I think he for drugs and this blind girl kinda. He befriended her so she kinda got him she. He got off but he never forgot her. She kinda got him straight for a little while and he he wrote the song about her faraway is me. She's blind so he wrote that about a blind girl. I'm not. I know the story. I don't want to do it on the podcast and kill it. I'll i'll i'll i'll dig it up again but that's the gist of it. It was about it was a real about a real girl. So the when they were going through their country spell with dead.
"princess margaret" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"Welcome to the not button. Show i'm your host rob shooter every tuesday i friend misdeed joins us from somewhere in the world. We live quite where she's miss misdee- you there. Hello mr shooter yes. Where in the world is misdee- wealth. Today she is in nancy co maryland so my family owns a house here. It's turn of the century and we're here for the week to try and do some work on the house. So i'm wearing my heart all week long. I love it. I love it i love it. Hey steven a ton of gossip but before we get into it. I'm on a new podcast today. So my friend. Barbara new podcast. It's cold camera. Ready avalon a b. e. l. And she's fantastic. She's a media trainer and also a big casting director Here in new york. I think she did the page six show. You never don't you mr. yeah i do. I've worked with her. She's amazing amazing so she has a podcast where she talks to people in the business. And i'm her person today. We talk about transformation. Going from being publicist editor columnist to tv host. To a podcast does now. I'm an author so there's been a lot of transformation by life. I talk all about that today. Check out barbara's podcast camera ready able the. Hey my friends. what time is it. It is a very controversial story at the top of the show. A broiler expert in britain is claiming that prince harry and meghan markle were very rude to queen elizabeth by naming their daughter lily pads. Let me explain angela levin. Who's oh royal. Biographer is claiming that the name lilibet used frequently by late husband. Prince philip the fact. They're using it for their daughter he's ruled. She said the following quote. I don't think it's a good idea. I think it's quite rude to her. Majesty the queen. It was a private nickname from her husband. Who hasn't been dead very long. Charles would never dream of calling his mummy lily bets lily pad actually goes back to when queen elizabeth was a little girl a little girl and she had trouble saying the name elizabeth so she called herself lilibet later on in life. Her husband called lilibet and princess margaret. Who was her sister. she's passed away. She called her lily. Bet to what do you think about this misdeed. Do you think it's rude. Thing is a sweet thing. Honoring the queen. The i'm calling bs on this guy who was on the show. Okay when in the dawn of time has it been a bad thing to honor your grandparents by naming your child after one of them. I just think sometimes people look for ways to try to take prince harry and meghan out. I know people are not happy that they left the royal family but the celebration of an innocent new baby that they're naming after harry's grandmother. It's nothing but a celebration now. What i'm more interested in is what kind of princess rights is. She going to get rob. I mean she is the first biracial princess and the royal family. At least what we know of. So what kind of rights is she gonna christian. So she's not going to be a princess right away the way that it works protocol is that they have to wait for the queen to die once. Prince charles is the king. Archie will be a little prince and lily lily. They're going to call her. Will the a prince said. This was so much drama. In britain allow to all our british listeners. We have a ton of listeners. Now for the podcast in the uk. So hello you might disagree with us. Don't have to rely. We're still friends but here in america it's totally different people here so excited about this little baby. My reporting told me it actually was an olive branch that this could reset the family. We know there's been so much drama in this family as she said mysterious. An innocent little baby named after the queen could bring the family together harris visiting the uk and a couple of weeks. For princess diana's sixtieth birthday statue. That's going to be unveiled and the next year in queens the longest reigning monarch in history. Ah and so. There's going to be big celebrations about that next year. I see this as a way of coming together. Others are not though which brings us to our poll question of the day. A royal expert claims that prince harry and meghan markle naming their little daughter. Lilly he's a rude rude to queen. Elizabeth you hair to twitter page at not nice raw i. Facebook page is nudity gossip and be sure to check back tomorrow for your results. Misdee- what are you working on. Well the kardashians are in some hot water against you. Remember just a few weeks back. We were dealing with. Khloe car dashing. She had this untouched photo. That was circulating. The internet and our pr team was trying to pull it down. Well now. we're dealing with cam and some photoshop way. So there's an a national clip airing For shows chem. She's lying down. She's wearing her underwear brands skims. She runs her hand on these beautiful underwear pulls it because it's supposed to snap right back but would fans smartly notice. Is that when it snaps back. Her finger looks a little wavy. And they're saying this is some really bad. You know everything about the car. Dashiell is going on here is did they do it on purpose. Just so we talked about. Woody pass the patriots of reporting that this is absolutely not photo shopped sources close to the family. You know it's kris jenner. Come on let's be honest is insisting that this is all natural. The videos naughty gossip dot com our website. There's something finger delay with the underwear. Looks fantastic kamloops. Fan already put in my order. Looks great stuff. And he's he's not terribly terribly expensive. It's not cheap but her fingers looked so strange here. Maybe it's the lighting we've been on sets misty and often it's about the lighting that makes things look a little strange. You can look like you have two heads if you're under the wrong lights. some maybe. it's the lighting butts. What the problem is he history. They have a history mr of this. They do climbing when insane when not earn retouched picture. Let's call it. What is that not true. Picture that picture. That is a normal of her being beautiful beautiful picture. She hated it and so they scrubbed it practically from the internet. I never this may be. It's an evil genius. Move because we're all talking about kim's knickers today that she's trying to sell us. Maybe it's one again given us unrealistic unrealistic expectations of beauty talking about my goodness beauty. Beauty beauty scott. Disick is in a little bit of hot water because he posted a not suitable for work picture of his new girlfriend. Amelia hamlin that. Is harry hamlin and lisa ramos daughter. Very very much together. Lots of rumors that they dating my sources say they are absolutely together. So scott off loaded risque photo of his girlfriend wearing a bra and tiny thong sets to his instagram stories. So in the photo lisa. Rhonda's daughter is see saving lee reaching for something on a bookshelf. When she turned back to the camera he said.
"princess margaret" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Wanted to get your thoughts and i'll share my own about what we think the name is going to be. Most people are saying they think the name will be phillip as a tribute to prince. Philip and phillip Is like a wheel. I don't think that's going to be. I don't think it's i see why people would think that. I don't think that's going to be it. I would like to know what you think it's going to be. Well let me just say meghan. And harry are yes royals but now they're really like hollywood celebrities and no offense like philip has just like not gonna cut it in the hollywood school districts pippa middleton's name. Oh people's cute. It's cute. But i also i don't know if that would stop them because i don't know if it needs to stop them. I think meghan has too much pride as like her own woman to have a name shared with kate who we know that she doesn't like sister. Yeah i also think. I just don't think me neither. It's not going to cut it and like in Even though schools in no the school district in calabasas is not like you. Moses ain't you have north and philippa no. It's just not going to work rolling ton. Archie and phillip does not work. Not at all archie and spencer using. It's going to be spencer of course after lady. Di i got that vibe after the oprah interview i do believe i said it on the podcast. I just in case i'm ryan. I just wanna credit because one it's super meaningful lady di. Of course we know that. Harry and meghan are very of course you know connected to her legacy and i also think it's a good hollywood name. It's kind of like gender bending like spencer could be a girl or boy. I think it's good. I think it's good. I think it's good. I have three europe them down. I wrote them down eight three that i think it could be. The first one is margot i think. Like named after princess margaret but obviously knocking the name her margaret so. I think margot is a fresh cheek on on that royal name. I mean margot's absolutely stunning name. I've never met a margaret. Who like wasn't intimidated. But i think it's it's modern. I think it could be. I liked that Then i added just classic royal name that is just classic which would be alexandra and they can. They can rip off of that too. Basic for hollywood. A couple living in calabasas archie alexandra. Very cute very secure royal. Yeah and then the third which is another royal name not as big in like just a pretty name that has royal ties. Sophia lovely as well but again not gonna cut it on the marymount high school player. I think it will i think. Margot and sophia will anything alexandra if they with nice nickname i think we'll cut it. Those are my choices. Yeah no no i. I think they're all really good choices. Obviously not as good as spencer. Because that's clearly the answer here. You know or philip. Now it's going to be now. And who are these people who came up with this prediction just like people on twitter or like actual experts know people magazine of people from twitter. Yeah i guess so. Or maybe it's the odds in the betting world. Yeah i think a lot of people aren't even bring it up..
"princess margaret" Discussed on Raw Talk Podcast
"Resources are provided in this episode. Show notes. stephen. I been together for almost fifteen years married for almost thirteen. Though eleven of those years was spence navigating all of this along with life. Yeah i think something like this like a diagnosis. Steve has obviously life changing in a negative way. But there's also a lot of positive things that have may become about because of it like you. Just look at life differently. Now you know and what's important is so different than what it was before. It's really scary. The walk this road with him especially knowing that what he has is incurable. And that we're kind of always on this. Like i feel like we both say would feel like there's been like a ticking in the background rape w ticket. There's no doubt about that wary. Say like we had looked at life differently. We had a condo. Wednesday was first diagnosed and we sold died and we moved in with my parents. We have like a basement apartment here. They're retired so they help tons with anything that we need and it also afforded us the opportunity that we were able to do more so we traveled mocking crazy. Like just a lot of caribbean nations cottage for an extended period of time. Or that's been the way that we've kind of coped through it and then also meaning other people that are going through a similar situation makes it not easier but i think like for both of us. It's like a feeling of loneliness whereas like semi self. I don't have someone to relate with where i'm very hoppy. Fortunate that christina's. Because i think it gives her someone to just. Because you're on your own you know you're just getting kinda lonely all the time you know as much as you want to you appreciate in value. Everything is just a part of you. That's just a little long. 'cause no one's going through this with you. My last round of chemo last june. I did. It was a rough month. And i just in that month. I figured like in my situation for myself like i to traces i can live or be alive so i'd rather live horrible. Suffering is once. I lose more quality of life. If i can't get outta bad then. I don't want to suffer like that. You know if. I can't i don't like just don't want to live that way. I want to go on so little good and then even with my situation is not like a lot of other people's in a sense like it's not a body cancer is your brain is different like everybody knows and i almost like plateau and then i got home and i just draw right and so the idea is trying. Go for that or right around that time you know. Ideally is when i want. I think anything that's bothers your quality of life in you. You are intolerable. I don't. I don't want sir and once it gets to a point that you're spending so much of your time in bed rather than like upright and out there kind of living life right. We just heard. From steve and christine. Leisure steve is a forty one. Year old patient at the princess margaret cancer centre. Who was diagnosed with an inoperable oligodendroglioma eleven years ago. It was described to him at that time as a low grade. Slow growing cancer. Which would eventually become aggressive in high grade. We sat down with steve and his partner christine to hear about their illness. Journey and recent request and approval for medical assistance in dying made for short. You'll hear their story. Unfold throughout this episode and we are incredibly grateful to both of them for sharing their time and valuable perspectives with all of us. My name is nathan. And i'm jenna. Welcome to.
"princess margaret" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Something that should have been nominated. Yeah is delroy. Lindo considered would be supporting. Because i know he. He he got snubbed or is he. I think most people are putting them in lead lead. Okay so i would say maybe chadwick boseman for defy bloods because he was shorting actor and so I know he's nominated in the lead Lead acting category. But if there was a time for him you know to be in two categories. He'd definitely deserved that one. So but that was a tough category to be honest. I'm i'm sort of not mad about who got nominated. yeah. I'm glad you said that because i could not pick between four things that i thought it should be nominated so many. I had on my list but chadwick boseman also i didn't have but now that you mention it i think was absolutely fantastic in the five bloods and it's hard to pick between those two performances. Which ones nominated before. So absolutely i'm gonna go with an. I'll mention the other three that i was considering. But i'm going to go with ben mendelsohn for baby teeth Which is a under seen movie. I wish more people saw this movie. And maybe that's why it wasn't nominated at the same time That is part of the reason to nominate. Movies is to get more people to see them. along along the same lines though micheal martin from bloody nose empty pockets which is a very unique interesting different kind movie and absolutely worth getting in front of more people Also brian dennehy in his final performance and driveways which is a excellent little drama with a great performance from him and then the last one not as small of film but if if the point of a best supporting actor award is for a performance that stood out and really kind of became something that everybody paid attention to the film for Robert pattinson the devil all the time which is not the best movie but that performance i think is going to be one of the things. We remember twenty twenty. Yeah yeah that makes sense. So let's move on to best actress in a leading role. We've got viola. Davis for ma rainey's black bottom andrew day for the united states billie holiday vanessa kirby for pieces of a woman. Frances mcdormand nomad land and carey mulligan and promising young woman. What do you think should win. And what will win. I really want should win. Vanessa kirby carey mulligan I mean i think she's probably going to be my whirlwind but or possibly for m kind of torn because france is obviously is one think she went twice. Yeah so that could also be like she. Her performances is amazing in in nomad land. But i just feel a. I don't know vanessa kirby in pieces of a woman like that performance. Talk about making a movie you know. And i think that's the only nomination for that movie. And she's since i've watched her in the crown Like i've always remember watching her. That i like the first scene. She had as Princess margaret. And i were being so captivated by her and like oh my like. She's so good. And i glad that she's getting these roles in like People are acknowledging her and so. I'm very happy that she you know. Given the performance. She did in the movie like i hope she should win. But i feel like it might be carey mulligan because it's one of those things again like she's got a nominated before and hasn't won it could be The time for her. So it's becoming an amy adams situation right right so if if there's a time for her to get it. I think it would be with this movie so she will win. In my opinion. I think vanessa kirby is great pieces of a woman. I just don't like the film that much. I think after that truly amazing opening i think. The phone kind of falters. So that was my main issue with that. But i do think she is She is great in it I think should win is frances mcdormand for nomad lands. I think that she just creates a character. That is its own thing but also fits in so well with all of the real people in the movie. And i just think it's just an amazing performance. And she is just she's the best you know. She's so damn good in everything Will win though. I think it's going to be carey mulligan. also. I think it's her year for this. I think if promising limit doesn't take home anything else. I think it's that yeah. I guess the only the only reason i don't wanna give it to. Francis is because if i felt like i could since she is francis mcdermott. And you know who she is. It's like i felt like. I was watching france's interact with the people if that makes sense like documentary type thing and so it took me out a little bit of it. Not not anything she did but like. It's so good. But i don't know i feel like i was not transport you know like i couldn't just because i know who she is. It's sort of like kind of went against her in my book but obviously very good but yeah so who do you think should have been nominated in this category again. I'm really. I'm like all these all these people that i love her from like Period pieces but i wish rosamund pike would have been nominated for. I care a lot Yeah so i. I loved her performance in. I mean she did win. The golden globe Although the going globe is not the best indicator of who will win for the academy awards But that would have been like my fun nominate nomination in in my book because she deserves to and i know she's got in. I think she's got nominated for. I don't know if it's for pride and prejudice. Or maybe i'm making that up but she should Or gone girl. Maybe but i think she was nominated for ganga. I wanna see she was i. I don't do so much research for the show do i but But yeah scores pundit. I people should just be happy. I'm doing an oscars episode. How about that I i will go with should be nominated. I've got a tie here. I could not choose between the two of them. That is in dire for malcolm marie. Which of course i've mentioned earlier. I'm not sure exactly where falls. But i'm pretty sure it would be for this year's oscars and jessie buckley and i'm thinking of ending things which as we've as we've mentioned that movie just completely ignored here but she is absolutely fantastic. And you know like we've talked about as you're re watching the movie and realizing just what charlie calvin is doing with these characters The way that she is playing that character that you know may or may not be what it seems and there's just so many layers to it and she just pulls it off just flawlessly. She's awesome yeah. I think i'm snapping at myself. Because i remember watching that movie and thinking like both jesse should get nominated. And so yeah. You're i completely agree with that when she was overlooked In award season. And i feel like that could also be just because it was like that mid It was a consumer right that he came out and i feel like pandemic times just made it feel like leading up to the ostrich especially since it's like now in april it was just too much of a lag time maybe to build up the hype and continue it and so yeah i think that's a major snobby. Ira well. Let's move on best actor in a leading role we've got rid amid for sound of metal chadwick boseman from our enemies. Black bottom anthony hopkins for the father. gary oldman for manque and stephen for monari. What do you think should win. What.
"princess margaret" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"The line. Good thanks megan. Sorry about everything. The crowned to you there is a jain enormous poster inside of this diner says mexican dishes. Yup just just says mexican dish those new york diners though they have everything they have every kind of food. mexican dishes. That's why champaign on new year's right that's right that's flat champagne in this bobble lucian pain. That's the good stuff one of those mexican dishes and some champagne specialties. The on the rocks if you could water it down some. That'd be amazed at the fact that there's a poster that just says mexican dishes on an or that somebody bought it for a move in what i'm surprised by mexican dishes canada's idea of what right true story probably on the mexican dishes. Yeah there's a line there's always a line or two early in the movie. When they're trying to establish kind of the impetus of the plot moving forward or like where the character is to start their journey and sometimes they're worse than others. this is. I don't know why i laughed so hard at this. But the her best friend in the office says amber we're junior editors not writers. And and i like for the life of me. If you're in this line of work and your editing writing like to say that you've not climbed the ladder to writer is that line exists for no other purpose aside from to set up. Just how low she is on the totem pole. And it real bad. And i've been an editor at a magazine even a junior editor a magazine. And let me tell you we. All were expected to be able to write at one point. Or that's right. You have to right to do that. Job whoev- whoever is making. This movie is so excited. That get throw around term abdicate which we haven't said i think since seventeen eighty three but we get to say it. A lot in this movie. Earn kugler at three times. I kept forgetting the magazine also. Interact them. Yeah yeah not since the oliver cromwell's that on tv yeah come on family friendly toward shove off. Along a small we know things So hardly no rhythm. There's a her boss. The the the boss lady big boss lady jeffreys Who is in charge. Who's mad because of the story. There's a giant magazine cover in her stone. Office of office made entirely of rock. Apparently the title of the headline of the magazine justice pop singer. That's all it says he doesn't have a name or world's best it just as pop singer on it like here probably got an the same poster store she gets full on special goes by Her dad's diner to pick up food and he's like an irish bloodhound in a coffee. I don't know what an irish bloodhound is. Anybody here know. I can do a quick google but i am amazed that she is going to get in new york city cup of coffee. And whatever is in that bag for four dollars and ninety five cents and that is apparently retail price. I'm very impressed by that. Prince richard is an expert archer and by expert archer. It means he cannot hit anywhere near the bullseye eye from twelve feet away. That's what that means. He is outside shooting a bow and arrow at such a close range. There is a possibility of death from reverberation. he is right beside that bulls. I don't know if you've ever seen people actually do archery. But it is a long way away. It's not in the same room with you. How in the world does he is literally standing if he lays down twice. He's at the bulls eye. He's there and he's like man can't hit the bulls but everybody else father told me archery when i was a kid. I haven't picked it up since like was he was. He warming up the bow. He going to back up at some point that seen as embarrassing. I just don't people in our dove. You don't know how to high five. They haven't learned that yet. I found that to be a little bit suspect. Can we talk about princess margaret. What's her name. The little emily prentiss. Emily the math. She is doing she the actor. I looked up. Maybe twelve filming this movie. The math she is doing is some college algebra minimum. the math. she's doing is the reason why i didn't finish college. That's right like. I just don't understand like what are we. We're pushing her. This hard three days before christmas three days before christmas. She's gotta find like the you know the co tangent of theta as a twelve year old. Like i don't i don't think that's necessary. It is very important that she be educated for the for when she never gets to become queen of the country. It's right. She has to rely on her intelligence because she's female to be in charge. She can only be the scheming person next. That's her limit. Can we talk about a thirty year. Old birth certificates that look like i printed them out this morning. What in the world. Those have been in drawer for years. And it's like kinko's worked him up for like it should be dot matrix if i'm simon. I'm like hey that's not proof. I could admit that this morning that is not worth of anything like the king seal from that thing in the in the acorn is old and tattered which he wrote last year right wrote that last year the adoption paperwork and birth certificates. What you're thirty years old or just crisp and pristine you know. They became out of the software that she uses to take notes. I don't know how but thirty years ago that software existed clearly ben the secret compartment for all that time in the cabin okay. Let's yeah climate in some sort of glass carries and also it was nine hundred ninety one and nothing looked that good.
"princess margaret" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Jimmy Dean is facing criticism for their new plant Baseline of breakfast sandwiches, which contained soy protein and egg white. Quite of course, is not considered to be plant based, and Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean, I when I say that Jimmy Dean brand like there's some guy Jimmy Dean has faced a similar issue in 2019 when they launched a plant based line of chicken nuggets that also contained egg whites. So Don't say Well, basically completely. Plant based. Go know. How can you make that mistake? I don't know. Okay. After almost four decades together on wheel of fortune, Vanna White says she and Pat Sajak never fight. Probably because quote we don't see each other for two weeks at a time, and then we see each other for a couple days and then we don't see each other again. So there is no time with the perfect relationship there. Any kite type of fighting or personality of issues, Boy, I'm sure they got over that a long time ago. You know what I mean? Just that's the way they are. And that's the way I am. And let's be honest. And we're in a similar situation where we are blessed to have the jobs that we have. They are beyond blessed. I mean, look, they work 12 days a year. Yeah, making a joke, but they mean Vanna, I've heard her interview. She is very grateful. She knows that It's a great gig. They I think they revel in that. And that gets them through any possible little squabbles that they could have so Yeah, yeah. All right. Actress Margaret quality who is Is Andie McDowell's daughter. I believe right? Yes, she reportedly dump Shyla buff over the weekend because of the sexual misconduct allegations against him his ex F k twigs. She you know, said that he was abusive and sexually assaulted her in a bunch of other things that actually the singer CIA said. Yes, I agree. He's an abusive person. And just a lot of bad stuff about him. She didn't want any of his baggage to torpedo her career. She also dated Pete Davidson. So, um, yeah, so maybe she could get into a good relationship. He has a movie coming out this weekend on Netflix. It was released last night that I really wanna watch called pieces of a woman. And it has the woman who played Margaret Princess Margaret in the crown, and she's apparently like outstanding like Oscar worthy performance. It's about a woman who gives birth at home it could be triggering to some people s so just be aware that apparently, the beginning scene is like Her birth. And But anyway, it's supposed to be ever heard right now. Ellen Burstyn is in it. And she does, like, just an amazing So this is what people are gonna be talking about pieces of a woman on Netflix. Shyla bumps also in it, but they removed him from any, um, any promo material Netflix did because of all this stuff he has going on. So alrighty. That's the latest dirt I would say. Watch soul this weekend. Yeah, that's a good one that one and then watch pieces of one and or vice versa. That's the.
"princess margaret" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"Bonham carter as princess margaret the queen's sister previously this character had been played by vanessa kirby in seasons one and two and now the characters being played by helena bonham carter for season three and four as they as the characters age up. They replace them with different actors rather than do like make up and stuff. She is so good in this role. She so dry she so biting and sarcastic but she managed to maintain her vulnerability and really just come across really convey to everybody. The sadness that princess margaret truly felt in her life of unfulfilled life and always living in the shadow of her sister. And it's a complex character. And i think she does an amazing job with it and then finally. I've got the two leads from the movie. Portrait of lady on fire adele haenel as as as kelly's and noemi merlots as marianne the to lead characters. They are on screen probably like they are ninety percent of the onscreen time of the movie and the chemistry between them is so organic and so authentic weather. How how they feel about each other in real life but as actors on the screen at the same time. I mean these. Two women carried this movie and they did an amazing job of it so those are all my honorable mentions First runner up is going to be cate. Blanchett's as forgotten honorable mention. Sorry real quick. Rose byrne as gloria steinem and mrs america I thought she portrayed that real life person incredibly well. First runner-up cate blanchett as phyllis schlafly and mrs america. This was a woman who fought against the equal rights amendment for women So like you you approach the show like what the fuck what are you talking about. How you almost are predisposed. Predisposed hate this person dislike her character and as the show goes on. You find yourself questioning. How do i really hate her or do i kind of understand where she's coming from. And then you kind of like wait a minute. How can i understand where she's coming from. And the show is so deep it really just kind of makes you question all that. I watched an episode recently a family of family ties. Yeah and alex played by michael. J. fox was against feminism and he was against god. What do they call that movement. I can't remember the the era the equal rights amendment. And he fucking and it was like. How did they get away with this show in the eighties like how how did you. How did everyone not hate. Alex p keaton in this episode rebecca. I was blown away. You gotta watch fucking episode. I couldn't believe it. I i'll watch it. I love family ties. I watched a lot of it growing up. But like i hit the reason why it got away with it was because there were plenty of women that we're actually against the era and you kind of hear that statement and you go. How can that be possible. But then you you hear their arguments they feel about certain things and you kind of understand. Why is it about the family. Falling apart. After traditional roles were were being abolished and shit. Some of it is that yes fucked up. I couldn't believe that family ties with fucking tack in. You also have the issue of like if you don't recognize that you're being oppressed. How do you react when someone tells you you're being oppressed it's like you've got scenes in mrs america where phyllis schlafly played by cate. Blanchett is like i don't need an amendment. tell me..
"princess margaret" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Y'all welcome back. Thank you for listening to the Donna and Steve Show on my top one of 71 everything entertainment. Anybody watch the crown Latest. Not this weekend, huh? So how many episodes in are you to season four. I think I'm on the fourth Nice daughter. I think it's four. Nice. Maybe it's three. Doesn't whatever but honestly like this is really interesting to me because I lived through this period now and I was Kind of obsessed with Lady Diana and Prince Charles. And everything going on there. My mom would read all the books about the Royals. We woke up for their wedding. Yes, like five in the morning. Yes. Oh, my gosh. And it was just Amazing because she was such a young girl. You know, she was what 19 when she got married. Oh, my gosh, I don't know if they're taking certain liberties, or they're using the information that was based off of a book. Mm. But this is really sad and depressing. It is. It's so sad. It just makes me sad for everyone. It makes me sad for Prince Charles, who was in love with another woman. It makes me sad for Diana, who was so young and kind of saw the red flags going into this marriage, but then still went through with it. It's just it's just a sad story. That you can't even marry. Who you love. Yeah. Isn't that like a terrible way to live just just to protect the monarchy? It's awful. Her brother says that he wants to remind fans that there's a fine line between fiction and fact while the compelling characters and realistic depictions Of royal life are compelling. You have to remember that this is a scripted television program and this is fiction. That's what I'm trying to do and go. Come on. Did that really happen? Like a week before their wedding. Things are happening, and I'm like why? No, don't marry him. Obviously, I can't stop her. She knows. I mean, she married him. Um, has tagged history. Um, but you know what I mean. You stay here and you start talking to the screen and going. No, honey, don't you're better than this. Yeah, You know, it's just It's such a sad, sad story. One of the things funny you should mention her brother. One of the things I notice is the absence of her parents. And her relationship with her sister. I'm like, Where's her brother and all this? They were really close. Yeah, I think that, um Maybe they just didn't want to risk being sued. That could be a lot of like the you know, the royal family just doesn't have time to deal with Netflix probably hear like when when you're thinking about other people. I don't know. I just thought they didn't want to take the risk. But But I mean, Diana is still their family. They could sue based on that. That's true. And I you know what she's doing An okay job. She's fine, not my favorite. A woman who's playing Diana. She's fine. I just wanted her to. I don't know. I just wanted her nose and her chin to look more like Diana's like I would have thought they do a little prosthetics, but no anyway. It's really good. I'm going to keep watching it. Emma. Corrine is her name and she just She's darling and It's she's just so innocents and she really is doing a good job. It's just her appearance that I want to be. Oh, yeah. Oh, interesting. And that is usually the thing that they can that they continue to fix up the easiest. You're right. Well, they can control it the most right now. Steve, where are you when it comes to the crown? Thank you for asking. I am two seasons in Okay, so I'm still I need to just and I know that once we started, it'll it'll it'll get moving. Season three. I want to get through and then get all caught up. I like the idea of where we are in the timeline now. Me, too. That's exciting. And then where will go from here? Well, and you know, there's gonna be two more seasons. Yeah. Originally it was gonna be six than the Creator pulled it. Peter Morgan went back to five. Then he went. You know what? I can Keep the same timeline, but Did a little deeper if I keep the sixth season, so it's going to be six seasons, um, same time period as planned, which is interesting because His 60 year plan could take the story all the way through the Queen's diamond jubilee, which happened in 2012 0. Yeah, and that means That a 2012 en pointe could mean that the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton would be a part of it because that happened in 2011 0. Yes, it did. So it would also include the death of Princess Margaret, which occurred days before the official anniversary. But it looks like it's going to film next year. It's not going to return till 2022 So you, Steve, You're probably you can take this all the way through next year and still feel like You know? Sure. Yeah. Let's feel like you're waiting and waiting. Queen Elizabeth, do you guys know who? Um Eldest Staunton is no, my name. OK, so she is. Gonna play the queen in the last two seasons. Oh, So what do we know her from familiar face. She's got to be a fabulous actress because, even on Olivia Colman said Well, everybody's going to forget about me when she takes over. Also, she was in the downtown Abbey movie. She's from Harry Potter as well probably knows where she is. Oh, her, you know? Yeah, her right? But you look at her and you go. Oh, that woman. Oh, yes. Oh, she'll be great. Let's try that again. No Dawn with a more positive sounding like reveler. There it is. Yeah. Yes, he'll be great. She'll be really good. I'm Jonathan Pryce is gonna play Prince Philip Elizabeth did Vicky as Princess Diana. Hey, Elizabeth. Do you know who that is? Did Becky you know, I think I think these are people who you know their faces and their work. You just can't put there. Oh, yeah, she's gonna be great. She's gonna be fab u lous. I like it a lot. This is the one that we originally talked about. About? I don't know, Six or seven months ago when we looked her up when we're like, Yep. Yep. Elizabeth DeBakey..
Netflix rejects calls to add disclaimer to The Crown
"Seems to be watching the latest royal drama, including apparently the British government, and they're not amused. I think it's the most disgraceful thing I've ever seen, actually portrays. The queen and members of the royal family in a very nasty light. The actress Helena Bonham Carter, who plays Princess Margaret, says the crown has a moral responsibility to ensure that viewers know it's drama and not historical fact. Britain's culture secretary says he'll ask Netflix to add a disclaimer to each episode stating explicitly, the events are fictionalized. Netflix bills the show as a drama, not a documentary and did not respond to requests for comment. The show's creator has said often I'm having to join the dots and On bake. Calculated guesses. Sometimes creative guesses.
Coronavirus: Hong Kong confirms first death; U.S. prepares to evacuate more Americans out of China; First patients transferred to new Wuhan hospital
"Seven SO in Hong is confirming its first death from the corona virus a thirty nine year old man who had visited on China died in Hong Kong princess Margaret hospital usually BCG opening to the U. S. prepares to evacuate more Americans out of Wuhan China multiple flights out of China will be sent to one of four American military bases were passengers will be quarantine Wisconsin native Sam Ross has been working with US officials to get his wife and two daughters out of Wuhan where they were visiting family trying to get medical attention and more harm is very challenging at the moment since the hospitals are overwhelmed time lapse video on Chinese state television showing two hospitals built in just the last ten days one is now already taking patients this as a princess cruise ship is quarantined off the coast of Japan after a passenger who already left the ship was confirmed to have the novel coronavirus American author gay culture is on the dock ship we've been in many lines in group situations and Peter situations so it's not unlikely some of us have been infected here in America at least eleven confirmed cases most travel to Han and to live with an infected person some officials like administrators at Princeton University aren't taking chances now having some students who recently traveled to China self quarantine health officials are working on a vaccine but that is still months away our Dr Jennifer Ashton visiting the national institutes of health what do you think the chances
Queen attends church on eve of meeting over Harry and Meghan
"Among the details to be worked out when Queen Elizabeth meets with princes Charles William and Harry at our son William a state will be who pays for the couple security what outside work they can take and what are the tax consequences of moving make it is already in Canada with baby Archie and likely to join by phone royal biographer Angela Levin says the monarchy needs a modernization planner that people at princess Margaret who could do nothing assisted to the queen and she just drunk a self to death relate then there's been prince Andrew who at one time is second to prince Charles and we know what's happened here looking in Palo says the queen wants this resolved within days I'm Julie Walker
'The Crown' has returned
"The crown of season three as you said just started it's pita Morgan's multi decade multiseason story of the life and times of Queen Elizabeth. The second who came to the throne as y'all will recall in nineteen fifty two the tender age of twenty five and every season of ten episodes Looks at ten events in British history and this new season starts in nineteen sixty four and imagines the royal family's interactions with politicians as a new Labor government has just been elected and the queen is suspicious of the new northern Prime Minister who's also socialist list. Of course some episodes look like interpersonal issues among the members of the royal family. Some look at events in the life of the country like the von Disaster In nineteen Sixty six and in many ways. They're kind of a cockeyed. Look at British history and the main characters The ones who endure over the seasons are the queen or husband Prince Philip. Her sister Princess Margaret a no her children especially as the two older ones and Charles. And one thing that's has happened in this season is that as the Queen has got an older and more established in her reign. She's been played it by a new actress. So at the beginning of episode one of the season we had a very cute scene in which the new queen played by Olivia. Colman was introduced introduced because she was taken to see the new portrait. That will appear on British
Bahamians look for way off storm-ravaged island as death toll climbs
"Authorities in the bahamas say they are expecting even more horrible news in the wake of hurricane dorian medical staff telling c._n._n. As they treat the many wounded that they are dreading and bracing themselves to learn how many are dead the storm killed at least thirty people by last official count but given the overwhelming damage to the islands and the hundreds of people who remain missing behaving officials believed the real death toll is quote quote unimaginable new video. Today gives an example of hurricane durians forest. You're looking right now at a hummer. That's around six thousand pounds. The the powerful floodwaters picked up that vehicle and slammed it through the side of house during his currently off north carolina's outer banks as a category one hurricane still flooding towns and knocking out power but it is the bahamas reeling from total disaster the u._s. coastguard alone has rescued get more than two hundred people there. A helicopter crew described seeing the avocado islands in the bahamas for the first time. The town was just looks like a landfill saw. The houses were dismantled. It was trash everywhere in ever c._n._n.'s patrick ofman reports parts for us now from the bahamas where he tells us he was struck by the silence and the destruction and the stench of death areas of of grand bahama island means driving through still flooded streets demand streets that are no longer streets. This area in the east of the island highland has until now been inaccessible since the storm little to no help has arrived the force of the hurricane through cars through buildings the storm orbital out here the category five leveling whole towns many rode out the storm in their homes. Many did not survive pastor. Joey saunders was on the third floor of his home with his son. When the storm surge crashed in these saturday make out to the second floor of the house and been put ten minutes in aside to flow to the third floor you know in the modern that flow optima head and we felt like strong current trying to break loose everything he cracks and this was in the middle of the night one thirty in the morning and then the current was so strong then the roof sarah to lift a nest thing i remember i was underneath the water my son's getting i noticed he had to searched like i guess he just disappeared socially and i heard him screaming daddy daddy daddy. He was in the water at that point right. He's ready gone in minutes later. When i came on the water i tried my hand. I caught onto the trust and re roof carried mealy so we will lake but six hundred feet away away from each other's for two days and be caught up into the pine tree with thirty two feet high surf the water carried. You know pine tree in the middle of the night. Your son was a ways away from you. What was going through your mind. You must have been terrified. Yes i was hoping that he was alive and he thought i had also also wasn't tells you know the two days later that'd be so he was under the trailer idea not sold another government has warn warn people the death count could spike in places like iraq where everyone knows of dead or missing family and neighbors that news is no surprise even though this is one of the hardest hit areas help from the government is yet to arrive either. The government is on his way. He doesn't take a bit of time. Can you are the settlements but they do anything. Gradually you know. Do you wish they were moving quicker. I yes i wish it can move quicker. People desperately need food and water before time time runs out a lot of lost most of their clothes water food basics right now. It and we are in the town of hierarchy. This is where dorian category five came in installed. These people had category five winds for over for four hours. They say behind me what house just had the front of it knocked in and it was completely flooded. Believe it or not this used to be a neighborhood. There was house after house <music> after house. They were all gone. There were three people who were in this house. A mother her daughter and a granddaughter houses swept away into the ocean knows where they are. They are officially listed as missing but residents say they fear that most likely they were swept in the ocean and it will never be seen again throughout the day. We've seen helicopters coast guard helicopters hovering over spots in this area residents say that's how they know. Another body has been found and the grim work continues and at this point we're told by residents. They don't expect for anymore survivors to be jake patrick ottoman. Thanks so much for that story c. n. N.'s paula newton joins me now live from a different part of the islands <hes> she's at an airfield in nassau which is now being used as a staging area for aid and rescue rescue teams in paula. I mean frankly it could take years for the bahamas to recover from this. If ever the bahamas will be for for many decades likely transformed by this and the reason is that you were dealing with islands and keys that are isolated at times spanning over several hundred miles this says the deployment area unfortunately jake and not for lack of trying with the aid effort has been in fact spotty and chaotic you have that mix of both government and volunteer aid and given they they said how widespread the needed the need is it is difficult to really ascertain if people are getting everything that they need and when we first start with the basics the food in the water then there's people who need to be evacuated and then as patrick just told you in very grim detail there is search and recovery and that search and recovery mission is also very important gordon because it keeps away disease that call listen. We're here in nassau. This is also where they're bringing evacuees. I spoke to elizabeth nixon. I mean her story about. Even getting outta here was crazy. They put the kids or nieces and nephews in coolers to get them out but after that they had to split up at the airport in marsh harbour what happens some of them came here. Those children with some relatives tips are still at the airport tick. Listen to elizabeth nixon. Those babies can't stand minute avenue eaten last night. They said there was an airport and they they at the airport right now. Daily front that is so chaotic you know if those will catch trying to push through a lot you know the issue here is that she saying it's frantic that is not the way on day six that you wanna see all of this unfold and she's desperate because she knows that those children have not eaten. She knows they do not not have water. Jake <hes> listen the challenge ahead. It is quite significant all right paul. Thank you so much for that reporting <hes>. Let's go now to dr caroline burnett galloway. She's on the phone from the bahamas. Choose the medical chief of staff at princess margaret hospital which is the only hospital in nassau still able to treat critical all patients in the entire bahamas <hes> doctor. Thank you for joining us first of all. How are you doing. How are you holding up. How is your family. Thank you jake <hes>. My family is fine. <hes> and we're all rolling up with is a great team effort. It's it's tiring. It's exhausting <hes> <hes>. It's the most traumatizing hearing some of the stories of our patients that come in but we have to keep going. You're the only one taking critical patients right now. How in in nassau how strained or your resources we've come together and and deployed stop and me shepherd through that we're managing. <hes> initial wave of critical patients from arbuckle has they've come in. We've admitted taken them to the operating freaking there too if necessary i know the second wave of the walking wounded are coming in initially they came by koos guard helicopter and the airports so now open to regular plates are bringing more patients in but <hes> with with very strict and tight triage resorts in the patient offending them to a public health clinic or after come into this. Don't you told c._n._n. That you're treating the wounded right now but preparing for the dead you believe that the death toll is is much higher than thirty right correct. How much higher do you think it might be i. I can't estimate but it's going to be high. We are preparing some people coming to you. <hes> have been trapped in their homes in some cases on top of their homes for days on end. What kind of you've conditions are they. In by the time they get to you so dehydrated exhausted <hes> emotionally exhausted i <hes> <hes> somehow metabolic abnormalities from the long exposure and they had a chronic illness like diabetes hypertension. Do be out of control dr caroline brunette caraway. Thank you for the work you do and thank you for your time