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Cardinal Raymond Burke says his recovery slow after COVID-19
"A Catholic cardinal and vaccine skeptics as his recovery is going slowly after cove in nineteen a high ranking Roman Catholic cardinal who was placed on a ventilator after contracting cove in nineteen says his recovery is going slowly cardinal Raymond Burke one of the church's most outspoken conservatives and a vaccine skeptic posted a letter on his website saying he left the hospital and moved into a house near his family Burkett spoken out against mandatory vaccines in twenty twenty saying some in society want to plan microchips and people the pope remove Burke from his position overseeing the Vatican's Supreme Court after Burke in twenty fourteen like in the church to a ship with no rudder I Walter Ratliff
The Hypocrisy of the NFL Cancelling Victory Boyd's Opening Day Performance Due to Vaccine Refusal
"I was thinking of victory. Void took a knee during the star. Spangled banner was well. She sang while wearing a black lives. Matter shirt i'll bet they'd let her sing that. I'll bet i'll bet that would have gotten her in. That's all she needed to do. And what a crazy. Well you know. It's their rules really in a stadium. Where there's not a vaccine mandate and check that for me derek. Make sure that i'm right. I don't think the fans are required to show proof of vaccination to go to raymond james stadium and somebody here in the tampa bay area can can fact. Check me on that one. If you'd like we're losing our minds. We are absolutely losing our
In Ida's Aftermath, No Quick Relief in Sight for Louisiana
"Hurricane ida knocked out power to more than a million people on Sunday including all of New Orleans they've been able to get the power back on for some folks in New Orleans but the energy company says reconnecting everybody is going to take time residency C. roc has this question we pay electricity bill that's upwards of four hundred dollars a month and now we don't have electricity Raymond rock says he's got faith I was born and raised in New Orleans in the Walgreens people of resilience and now we're gonna get through this we always do so just just hang tight god is on our side thousands of line workers are working to restore electricity I'm Rita folate
Cardinal Hospitalized With COVID, Breathing With Ventilator
"A Catholic cardinal who had criticized the government's handling of the corona virus pandemic is on a ventilator with covert nineteen cardinal Raymond Burke is one of the more outspoken conservatives in the Catholic Church and has expressed skepticism over the covert vaccines his staff is tweeted out the cleric is in the hospital on a ventilator but doctors are encouraged by his progress the former archbishop of St Louis criticized how governments have handled the pandemic last spring Burke spoke out against mandatory vaccinations saying some in society want to implant microchips in people he also referred to cope with nineteen as the Wuhan virus a derogatory term coined by Donald Trump hi Jackie Quinn
A Chat with Former La Cosa Nostra Mobster, Bobby Luisi
"Bob as you know. We've talked a little bit. That i was in law enforcement and i worked to mob in kansas city. We had our own coast. Knows your family. The savelli family next valley had been the boss since god says before fifty seven he was at the app alaskan meeting in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven with a real old timer who brought him there to introducing so we were kinda subservient to chicago. And you're on the other side during those days. Especially when i was working this in the seventies and early eighties so all the way up to really to the start of the nineties so i find it fascinating talk with you guys but i tell me a little bit about your time with the boston family. How did you first get involved with that. While i grew up in the north enemies foshan and then that lately in boston. That was headquarters for the mob. Debbie the koneohe on that was made guy. Scott does bosses whatever it was always around us and influenced us at the age of eleven. I went to work for the gangsters. They have vending machine number roll. Bending and i was eleven years old as the wife the school and go out with the guys and load the cigarette machines. Embalming she's of money and savage. We used to go out and while the machines and was eleven twelve years old. It was a fifty dollars a week and everything was great. And you don't even realize. I'm only a kid. I mean the jewel family really owned the company never was around them. Jerry was the boss boss brain on the raymond patriarca. But i was around all the rest of the wise guys so my father in an early you know i guess as early twenties. Hope up with these old. My father was always involved with them and i up around him rubber wrong koppel's and may guys and they're great guys and i think maybe the age of sixteen seventeen. The other side of my family were all out of this. I really enjoyed that. So i kinda sway away from that. And i wanted to go into the construction business and i did that for awhile up on my thirties but i still had a little evolving on the street knowledge. Yeah so now. I was building homes on. Martha's vineyard very popular place. Everybody knows about a mother's venue. Yeah in the late eighties. The market crash and i lost my house on the second houses down for o.'hare developing and i lost everything. I lost my gondola house in boston. I lost everything from positive. So i came back with two kids and no money. That's i hit the streets early nine thousand nine hundred ninety nine thousand nine hundred after the
Cleveland Indians Name Change to Guardians Profoundly Stupid, Unnecessary
"So while they're fighting. I mean the left the left really. You have to understand the left like anyone who doesn't fight real evil. They fight made up evils their children. They make up monsters. that don't exist. Cleveland indians is a made up monster. But here's a headline. That's what i thought there in partnership with the plain dealer. It's like wore numbers. Cleveland and doors worst homicide rate in recent history in twenty twenty cleveland. Homicide raymond twenty twenty. The worst in recent history they go on the vast majority of people of color usually blacks and the left is fighting. The cleveland indians name. These are true fools. Learn this like everything else that everything. But almost everything i learned it from religious A religious aphorism. I learned that hebrew in english goes. Let's see those. Oh yes those were crying kind to the cruel cruel to the kind very true is a great truth that by the way is is really a summation of the left
"raymond" Discussed on Mafia
"This went on and what happened is several days after this few my partner and i were driving by seventy words and we saw this lodge limousine with new plates at the site of the grave. So we swine into the sanitary to sealed. As was. I can still see this as if it happened yesterday. I near the car and really the biggest person i'd ever seen in my entire life could auto the passenger side front door net limo and absolute giant man. And what we realized that the guy who was in the car was paula castellaneta. Who at the time was the head of the new york city. He came later to pay respects to the tobacco backyard. But i am college his body. Got a jolt. My positive die said the bullets. Kill guys out of here. He was just announced he would make poison the nfl. Which for but the point being is cast loud thought enough about raising patriarchate. He didn't wanna come here. What do you do be tactical do. That's what it would be. It would be a spectacle and probably waited at worried about what would happen to him if he came in his ultimately shawl acid has happened. Castellano was gunned down by john guy in new york city and guide. You took over control of that ticket with family. Following patriarch is death. Raymond junior took the reins of the new england crime family but was considered a weak leader by comparison. Those are some pretty big shoes to fill right. The boston faction they smelled opportunity to take rest power from providence. A mob war ignited following the death of raymond. Ls patriarca and there were people that were aligned closely with raymond junior patriarca. That were dying. Raymond junior decided now would be a good time to try and bring the family together. And in his words let-bygones-be-bygones he was trying to not only remain empower. But not get killed. Raymond junior decided to induct four new members into the patriarca crime family three from boston. And one from rhode island. The infamous ceremony took place in medford massachusetts on october. Twenty ninth nineteen eighty-nine. They tried to just pick sort of a random home that had a connection with an associate of the crime family connection with somebody who is being sworn into the crime family that day. But it's this blue collar. Working class neighborhood is a suburb of boston. Just north of boston. No one would think that a mob induction ceremony happening in the arab. Unfortunately raymond junior patriarca. The fbi had the screws to somebody that knew about the induction ceremony and actually drove raymond. Patriarca there So the fbi was well aware of what was going on even worse for the patriarca crime. Family an fbi agent lived three houses down from where the induction ceremony was to take place posing as telephone workers. The fbi bugged the house located on guild street in medford. The family that was living. There went up to new hampshire and so the house was empty for portion of time. They went in there and they put it in hidden microphones and again. This is one thousand. Nine technology is what it is. They literally ran a wire from that home. Three houses up to the fbi agents house and then the fbi staked out of house across the street where the the fbi agent was friendly with the people across the street so they could take pictures as people were coming going. The hidden microphone captured the first known recording of a mob induction ceremony. It was history in the making and it had everything from taking the oath of omerta in sicilian burning. The card of the saint the patron saint of the patriarca crime family in their hand pricking their trigger finger on that everything that you you now think about from the hollywood version of an induction ceremony. We know about because of what happened on guild street in nineteen eighty nine former rhode island state police. Superintendent brendan p. Daugherty discusses the aftermath of the legendary wiretapping. That was an interesting time. Raymond was indicted. Raymond junior was indicted as a result of running a criminal. Enterprise again the f. b. i can't commend them enough for the work..
"raymond" Discussed on Mafia
"Previously on mafia following the retirement of felipo bukoba in nineteen fifty. Two raymond patriarca was promoted to boss so the new england crime family. He became a dominant force. An all elicits political and labor union activities. He didn't have this being physical presence but he had the big presence in the community. People were more likely to turn to raymond patriarca or one of his members than they were to call the cops like complaints. Like i said he was like the godfather the digitally patriarca gained solid connections to the five families and the commission. He had the respect of new york. There are the five crime families in new york city and very easily. Any one of them could have tried to control the rackets. The gambling operations prostitution the drug trade in new england. They are the most powerful crime families in the country in the late. Nineteen fifties raymond patriarca appeared before the mcclellan committee on labor racketeering and received national attention as he's being questioned about senators about like. Hey man. what's your real job. You know everyone says the mob and of course. He denies that and took issue with that. He took no shit from lawmakers down in washington. He fired right back. That almost catapulted his legendary status when he was on that national stage after years of trying to infiltrate the new england crime family. The fbi finally succeeded. When joe barboza a hitman for patriarca became an informant raymond patriarca would be imprisoned in nineteen sixty nine but his greatest heist was yet to come. Jakko was He was very much controlled when he did. This is mafia raymond. Patriarca was released from federal prison in one thousand nine hundred seventy four following a five year sentence for the murder of providence. Bookmaker willie mar fail tim. White investigative reporter for wpri tv in providence and co author of the last good heist discusses patriot family frustrations during this time. He felt that while he was in prison. His soldiers his the made members of the crime family and associates say weren't paying enough tribute to him and he was pissed off about it and he wanted to send a message to everyone that he was in power while i was away in prison. You didn't show me the respect that you needed to show and he was also greedy and he was approached by the very powerful in scary ruthless. Murderers faction of organized crime called the woman faction according to a nineteen seventy-nine fbi document the willamette faction was involved in gambling loansharking. Extortion and major robberies. John matt had learned of this secret. Ma bank if you will that that was in the heart of this old factory building. Call it the factory building but it's a first storage facility and a first storage facility to me is such a nineteen seventies rhode island thing where people in the summer. They would store their furs in this climate controlled building. It's actually still in operation today and they would also do for repairs and and things like that so just hearken back to a little bit of a different time..
TV Producer Holly Rymon on Dealing With Sexual Harassment on Set
"Hollywood directors and producers being accused of sexual harassment in the workplace in recent years and the uprising of the metoo movement. I ask raymond if she ever felt uncomfortable at work. Because of a man's advances or comments a little bit you know. I've always been sort of headstrong as far as like not putting much stock in that Wearing what. I want to wear doing what i wanna do. Not worrying about looking feminine or trying to be like a man. I just kind of always had sort of strange center confidence But yeah of course you do but up against it you see it happen to other people you try to. And once you get into management have the added Sort of responsibility sometimes getting into conversations with people And trying to make sure that doesn't happen on your set or how to solve it And there's been instances especially in some of these larger stunt driven shows. They're very a lot of men in the room. I mean there were instances where there were twelve of us all making decisions and i was the only female And that's fine You know you know it. It sometimes feels a little lopsided and but honestly i you know for whatever reason I just i just never let it get to my head. And i was fortunate enough not to have any sort of bad interactions personally With with anyone in there's always a little bit of that. Underlying ryan says the instances of inappropriate behavior. She witnessed where less often onset and usually in the office. There's someone who's making comments to someone else that might feel inappropriate or there are You know in a couple. Instances there were older men and younger women and there were there. Were comments made to people that the younger women didn't feel comfortable with and how you delicately go in there and try to try to stop that from happening in educating honestly people who who have maybe grown up in a time where these things weren't as As something that you talked about his match or tried to solve it was just like. Oh that's just you know whoever doing whatever they do you know and and now there's a lot more consciousness as a mother of two young ladies Who that that's just not acceptable and so Those are those conversations are an enjoyable. But i think they're important
"raymond" Discussed on Mafia
"Providence rhode island by nineteen thirty two. Both families would combine and become a force to be reckoned with. I think the thing to really understand contemptuously. About the mob in new england is it truly acted as a secondary government and that is not hyperbole. They had cops in their pockets. They had judges in their pockets. They really ran a big part of the economy in new england and they had a really truly negative impact on society here. Businesses had to pay protection payments in order to operate how those payments passed on passed on to the consumer. They were course murders happening. And don't believe the lies that they weren't involved in narcotics say absolutely revolved narcotics anyway. They could make money. They did it over time. The new england crime family would become synonymous with one cunning and ruthless leader. Raymond patrika ran a very tight. Ship was smart. He was very much in control of what he people were. More likely to turn to raymond patriarca or one of his members than they were to call the cops because they knew that or they felt that any way they probably get a better result in faster result by going to the mob boss than by going to law enforcement but one concealed microphone by the fbi would reveal all patriarch. His secrets that microphone will end up being a treasure trove of mob activity and learning about the new england mob. This is mafia raymond laredo. Salvatori patriarca was born march seventeenth nineteen thousand eight and worcester massachusetts.
How You Can Build Communities for Love and Profit
"So many diversify tech is such an amazing resource. I'm so excited to have you on the show. And i honestly cannot believe we have already had on the show Before we get into the great work that you've been doing tell us about how you got into code and broke into tech in the first place. So maine's patients my dad. My dad was in tech. Initially he was a mechanical engineer but over time he somehow ended up in tech so growing up. I didn't have raymond models so as mostly my dad and the work. He did so as long as they go. When i go to college. I'm going to tech. You know it was just a had no idea what it actually was. But that's what i did. So what i got the college. I chose computer saying. It's my major and that's where it all began so you chose computer science. Ask your major. What was that like. What was your college experience like. It ended up being much more difficult than i anticipated. I'm very much a handsome person. I like to learn things by doing any to see the results. So that's kind of how i work. Best with computer science. It was a lot of theory was building a lot of things that were behind the scenes. And you can really see how the thing would end up or how it would be used I had some difficulty. But i made through and honestly feel like once i got my first job and were don like a real world problem. That's when it kind of everything clicked employees
"raymond" Discussed on WORLD OVER
"We tried to resolve with the show. And i think that's why it's growing. It's sort of a respite in a wages from From from the from the conflict and the back and forth in a place just sit back and enjoy some stories that make people feel good about being a human being and about being an american fatherless-ness seems to be a common denominator in almost every societal. Ill we're seeing today. The statistics on kids. Who grow up without fathers are really grim. Ninety percent of homeless and runaways are fatherless eighty-five percent of kids with behavioral disorders eighty five percent of youths in prison. Explain the connection between absent. Fathers and incarceration that found while researching and writing this film. Well look what you find out quickly. And we learned from these three guys and their stories reflect almost all of the stories. Look a father served. So many purposes one is to protect the kids and other provider but the other thing is this model for how we channel our masculinity how channel are masculine impulses to start thrown running through our bodies in our veins. When we're young men. How do we channel some channels. Sometimes the natural propensity to aggression. There are beautiful ways to productively channel these things but if we don't have a father in the home raymond who do we model ourselves after so what happens with these boys is a when they have no fathers. They're angry they don't know why it's an inchoate. Anger the abandonment issues or a dad. Who just mean they're angry lot. God what did i do to deserve this by the way this separates them from god right. How do you get the father without a father and the next natural step. Raymond is an older man. In a gang coming to a thirteen year old and grooming him to join a place where he gets belonging protection and camaraderie and love. And that is how the gangs work and in the end the boys learn masculine tendencies and masculine behavior from gangs..
Will We Need COVID-19 Booster Shots?
"Are widely available in the U. S. Many folks want to know if boosters will be needed down the road. One Wisconsin medical expert doesn't rule it out. Medical College of Wisconsin President and CEO Dr John Raymond tells Wisconsin's afternoon news that as of right now we don't need boosters We get from the three vaccines better authorized in the U. S is good. It covers all of the variance of concern right now, But things may change if new variants pop up in the future. I do think that it's possible. Well, maybe even likely that we'll be getting annual boosters. But a lot really depends on what we don't know yet, which is how long that immunity is gonna last. Melissa Barkley,
Moving Forward in the CDL ft. "Rambo Ray" Dallas Empire HC/GM
"Better to help me talk about winning championships, then the head coach, and GM of the twenty-twenty CDL Champs themselves. Dallas Empire, please welcome in off Raymond, Lussier, AKA Rambo Ray. What's going on Rainbow? What's up, man? I appreciate you getting my last name, right? That's not that's a rare feat in the in the in the world that we know these days, and well at least years. Where you gotta right? I appreciate it. I mean, I were to be able to give it. I work hard, man. I work hard to get get these last names, right? Lussier. I don't care who it is. You know, they tried like Raymond, who see a it's a nice little rhythm to it, but wage, you're a decorated X Call of Duty player. Now, you're the head coach and GM for the Dallas Empire. Again, the twenty-twenty CDL Champs. I mean, I know, that's kind of, that's kind of, like, in the past rabbit cage. Still feels good to have that label. What nine months later I want to say, oh yeah, I mean that's going to be for Whitney in for Empire and the players forever. It's obviously a cool seat that we got to accomplish off. Without really thinking about much nowadays. We're really trying to focus down and trying to find a way to repeat this year as much as we're now getting into a place where we can start progressing towards that goal. But yeah, I know it's exciting. And so, obviously you this past season hasn't gone off of the best of starts you guys, how how tough has this season been so far for your team and from your, from your end of things that if you like everyone was gunning? Yep. Guys, from the Star like you guys had a Target on your back. I mean, based on their success, early in the season, like we were, we were definitely a team to beat like a month before the season, actually started in probably the first two weeks of the season. So off, we were definitely kind of at a point where we were playing very well. Things started crumbling for us a little bit after that. Obviously, if we're comparing to season the last year this year, it's not too different. I think it's just the the difficulties and adversities, we're facing are coming in a different point of year. We faced adversity, very early last year and once it kind of got the ball rolling, after that event, win things were pretty pretty steady from that. Like, our progression was was incremental. We had a few kind of step back, but not very many obviously nothing like this here and that's kind of the biggest difference. I would, I would say for the season standpoint,
Moderna Finds Vaccine Safe and Effective in Kids 12 to 17
"World with the Moderna Covert 19 vaccine found to be 100% effective in kids. 12 to 17 years old. One Wisconsin medical expert says This is an important part of the vaccination puzzle. Single person that gets vaccinated gets us closer to a new normal Medical College of Wisconsin president CEO Dr John Raymond says kids 12 to 15 are about 5% of the population. Kids, 12 and under are about 15% really an important group. Right now They're the individuals that are most likely to get infected with covert 19. Dr. Raymond says he's optimistic that both the Fizer and Moderna vaccines will be fully approved by the FDA. By July. MELISSA BAR CLAY
"raymond" Discussed on Heart to Heart with Anna
"But can you courage your heart warrior to start learning more about her heart condition. What kind of books has margaret else. Raymond written and what's the hold up with the fourth and fifth books. Why would a heart warrior started youtube channel. And what can we expect to see on that channel. Welcome to hard to harvey dan. I am anna george. I'm also a heart mom. My son alexander was born with a single ventricle heart in nineteen ninety four. And if you're a loyal listener you've actually heard alexander interviewing me. He was the guest host for episode number three hundred today. Show is margaret. Ls raymond author and youtuber. And our guest is margaret margaret. Ellis raymond is an author editor and youtuber from portland maine. She was former tricuspid. Intrigues you and other heart defects for which he underwent three surgeries. Before the age of three margaret's length of stories started early when her mother placed her a friend of a tape recorder to tell stories. It was her way of occupying the talkative child while she got ready for her day. Her love of stories helped her to overcome reading difficulties and by fifth break. She began to tackle chapter books as an adult. Margaret has written a series of three books for young children and started a youtube channel about tricuspid attrition to educate herself and others. Her hobbies include fencing photography at laughing too much for she. And i are right there together. She hopes to write a book. Where the protagonist has hd or congenital heart defect. She also hopes to self publish. An anthology of essays written by c. hd patients their friends and family as well as those into the hd medical field. Welcome to heart to heart with anna margaret. Allan thank you so much for having me truly grateful for this opportunity to share my story. I know this is so much fun that i want to start talking about your heart defect. Tell us a little bit more abacha heart. Like how old you were when you heard to diagnosed and if you have any memories of your surgeries hospitalizations. I was diagnosed in utera. With trump has patricia. My mom tells me the story. When i ask. She usually doesn't share stories unless i ask her. But the ultrasound technician told my mom that she was going to take one quick. Look at my heart and then the appointment would be over well as you can imagine. That quick look turned into a very long look an extra technician in the room and a follow up appointment for the eventual tight. Notice of try casper detroit. So yeah it was kinda weird. Though i mean one quick look was she suspecting something or was this just like okay. We've looked at everything else. Now let's just look at the heart do looked at everything else. Let's just look at the heart and then you'll be good to go. She really wasn't expected to see anything. Bad no no everything else looks fine. They were like okay you. Yeah and actually the same age as your son. So i was born in nineteen ninety four. Yeah i had ultrasounds gene but my tech wasn't as good as yours. They didn't pick anything up. So your poor mom Yeah yeah it was a lot. I mean the way my mom described it was that she was on the examination bed. And you know the technician was like oh just take one quick your baby's heart and my mom just said she was lingering in this one spot for really long time and my mom kept looking at her and then looking at my father. They were like what's going on. What are you seeing. And they eventually asked that question and the technician was like hold on. I need to get a second opinion and she called someone else in and then that technician who had been in the industry for really long time said yup. I think we know with this is what we need. A doctor's look and so they scheduled another follow up appointment. And that's when the diagnosis was made for parents. Had to wait They look at the speed. We are definitely had no idea. They knew it was something with the heart but they were like. We don't know i think it was two or three days before they could have that appointment which is torture. Yeah yeah definitely. I'm glad your mom your dad there because a lot of times we go to our ultrasounds without her husband's especially ambitious routine ultrasound. Yeah yeah yeah. that's that's how it was diagnosed. And i actually interviewed my mom on my youtube channel for mother's day last year. And she shared that story and several others what it was like to go through all three surgeries. That eventually saved my life. Yeah yeah absolutely. If you were born the same year that alex was you probably also had your surgery soon after birth. Yeah yeah so. My understanding is thought. The time line was just a couple of days after i was born. They did the first surgery and then the second surgery was. i believe. it's six months and the third surgery was a little after two or close to three. I actually have video on my youtube channel back. Goes through what tricuspid tree jay is and then all the surgeries that is specifically had done. And then i explain what they did in each of those surgeries with images explanations. You have really become quite the advocate. Chu yeah yeah. It wasn't always that way. But yes so. All of my surgeries were completed under the age of four. And the truth is that i remember very little. Before the age of seven so majority of people experience something called childhood nisha which is the inability to recall certain childhood memories before the age of usually four. And since i don't really recall much until the age of seven my thought is that i basically blocked out my early memories because they were too painful even the ones wet five six and seven just because i must have had residual fear of some kind and what's remained is the emotional response to anything medical and that's very much fuelled by my time in the hospital and the stories that i could share such as the time that i farted. And the monitor all went crazy and my grandmother thought something horrible had happened while she was in the room. Most of those stories are not my memories. They are stories that someone told me over and over and over again. They've been ingrained in me. But i don't actually remember them. So no i. I don't really remember anything from surgeries other than that. Residual fear that bubbles. Up whenever i think of anything medical related. Wow yeah it's interesting. First person. I've talked to and i've done a lot of interviews obviously done over three hundred. You're the first person to talk to me about childhood amnesia. Is this something that you looked up as you started to become a stronger advocate for yourself. Yes so actually. I was a psychology major in college. So yes i have that background and childhood. Amnesia is more common than you would think. And i think it throws people because of the title childhood amnesia. Like oh you hit your head. No the majority of people can't remember memories before the age of three and since most people who have see hd have surgeries before the age of three and for me. It.
Looking Back at Rain Man
"Today. We're talking about one thousand nine hundred rainman. Who a correct me. If i'm wrong. Jim this is like the top grossing film of the year and also did quite welford self in oscars nominated for eight one three and it made like a billion times is budget not bad. Not bad Is directed by barry levinson which you might recognize from his work on the natural. Good morning vietnam wag. The dog and sleepers is written by barry morrow and ronald bass. Maybe ronald bass. I didn't look that up. Shoot just realized which we'll talk about. We'll talk a little bit. More about barry morrow when we start talking about the impact of the of the film had on this subject matter Stars of course. Dustin hoffman as raymond ray babbitt and it stars. Tom cruise is his brother. Charlie and also val area go lino. Who i'd only known as the hot funny girl from hotshots and hotshots part do as a remember her from them. She's actually. she's playing italian in this movie. So gotcha and i wondered if like what happened to her because she was in these big movies in the eighties and i looked through her Like imdb and some does just one thing after another match kept trying to work on both sides of the pond and one contract would interfere with another contract and then that would fall through and that was delayed and she liked it. Seemed like ten years relied. Click by and so. It's a shame in a lot of big movies like the. I'm not saying this was a big movie. But she went to rainman right after big top pee wee which you know not the best. But she's in like you said she was in leaving las vegas. She was in escape from la. She was leaving las vegas. Apparently playing someone named terry jesus. We just saw that movie. And i did not. I didn't did not really must've been a minor role
Man who was with Adam Toledo at time of police shooting is back in custody
"Police are seeking additional charges against 21 year old Reuben Roman of the city's Edgewater neighborhood, and police say he was there when officers shot and killed 13 year old Adam Toledo during the overnight hours of March, 29 Roman at the time, was charged with misdemeanors and released. He was taken back into custody tonight on an outstanding unrelated warrant. CPD says Toledo, the 13 year old was armed when he was shot. Body and dash cam videos expected to be made public by mid next week after Toledo's family has a chance to review it. Also learning tonight from 15th Ward Alderman Raymond Lopez that CPD is already planning to move some officers round in preparation for a possible reaction from city residents. Once that body and dash cam evidence is released to the public that days, often vacations will be canceled. Officers will be switching to the 12 hours shift details W G. And he's worried it'll negatively impact residents in high crime areas. In the South and West sides those that are doing prime gangbangers drug dealers everybody they know that if police are pulled out of the district that the opportunity to do bad Increases because the response time will be greater because no one will be around to apprehend them. Illinois health officials
The Masters: Justin Rose digs deep to regain lead
"Justin rose shoots an even par seventy two to maintain the lead here at augusta national. He's followed on the leaderboard by will Taurus and brian harman one shot back of the leader at six under par other. Notables on the leaderboard include jordan. Spieth at five under tony fee now in justin thomas are both at four under some superstars. Missed the cut friday including westwood rory mcilroy and defending masters champion dustin johnson. We'll discuss each of those players day coming up here on the podcast with. Nbc's jimmy roberts. The voice of masters digital justin rose was the thirty six hole leader once before here at the masters in two thousand four. The seventeen year gap of thirty six hole leads for him is the longest gap in masters history. But certainly rose hopes to finish a bit differently. This time around in two thousand four. He finished the master's tournament tied for twenty second and one other interesting nugget of information. There have only been five wire to wire masters champions ever jordan. Speak in two thousand fifteen. Raymond floyd in nineteen seventy six. Jack nicklaus in nineteen seventy-two arnold palmer in nineteen sixty and craig wood in nineteen forty one following his second round. Seventy two justin rose spoke with the media. Here's what he had to say thing. The thing is i was just joking. The fingers kind of heading towards the panic buying a little bit But did i talk myself on on eight. And said you know you still leading the masters and i just change my mindset a little bit and started to play matchplay against the golf course scratcher line on my scorecard and told myself as three down and could i go ahead and beat the golf course from that point on so i had a part in eighteen to win my match. One up unfortunately slip.
Cardinal Zen condemns St. Peter’s Basilica private Mass restrictions
"Two prominent vatican cardinals of weighed in on the recent restrictions on private masses at saint peter's in rome on monday former prefect of the congregation for divine worship cardinal. Robert sarah asked pope francis to reinstate the celebration of those private masses in the basilica then on tuesday retired bishop of hong kong cardinal. Joseph zen issued an open letter in support of cardinal. Sarah's request writing quote if it were not for the restrictions imposed by the coronavirus. I would take the first flight to come rome and get on my knees in front of the door of santa marta until the holy father has this edict withdrawn and quote zana's now the fifth cardinal voice opposition to the ban on private masses including the traditional latin liturgy in saint peter's basilica
How Will Biden's Infrastructure Plan Stocks Affect the Stock Market?
"Reality headsets for the U. S. Army fell apart the board so because there's a story we can't get away from, And that is Joe Biden's 2.25 Trillion Infrastructure spending plan on a big focus of that is climate link Stocks. Look at the Raymond James No out about 630 Billion of the 2.25 Trillion is all climate related and big part. That's a TV story. No wonder then that we saw Tesler up 5%. Of course, you just said end of the call. What a year. Today test is one of the laggards so far, but it's clawed back some of those losses in a single day, some other movies in the evil space there for about the boards because a big part of that plan is 500,000 public charging stations throughout the U. S So again, no wonder look at the performance on the day by some of the biggest names of publicly traded charging companies charge point up almost 19%. There is a broader energy story to this Joe Biden wanting to double down on renewable sources of energy, but also energy story, too. If we flip up the board One more time. You can see that the love was felt throughout those publicly traded providers of renewable energy alternative energy storage systems. One final area when I look at if we flip up the boards for a final time is $100 billion committed to spent being spent on Rural broadband, basically giving people access to Internet. This is something Emily you've discussed in the show a lot there in society. A lot of the disparity is caused by lack of training and lack of access to Internet and you can see actually, what's interesting. A lot of the telecoms provider is not that much higher T Mobile hired by 5/10 of 1%, There is a five G angle. This is well on T Mobile's been a surprise leader. The five G's space. But why's on Joe Biden and how he's going to spend that big
The Suez Canal Was Blocked For Under A Week — Here's How That Will Affect The World
"Has been freed the canal handles about 12% of world trade. American Airlines is backing up what analysts from Bank of America and Raymond James Air, saying airline bookings are on the upswing.
EU regulator reviews AstraZeneca shot and blood clot links
"Countries temporarily suspending the use of AstraZeneca's vaccine over concerns of blood clots, Despite some experts, saying the Benefits of taking that particular shot away the risks. One Wisconsin doctor says the decision is ultimately about keeping people safe. Medical College of Wisconsin President and CEO Dr John Raymond says most epidemiologists who have looked at the data Express this wedding, including strokes in people who've gotten the vaccine is no higher than you would expect in the population at large, even explains the information that may have alarms. Some of the regulators in the European countries pursue cases were and how Care providers who are under 50, so they might fall in the category of not really being expected to have a clotting problem. Eliza Barclay
"raymond" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast
"Got a cold to do some stunt and work by warner brothers to star in the new season anywhere alongside a another professional pressure that It's a very interesting when you see it. It will be very interesting. And what is that that is. It's really weird. Because of the pandemic the entire season was split into two parts so that out until march this same number they basically for and welcome people say you can either view on ethics. It's available on amazon prime for For the uk audience the uso. It is comes out on ethics On sunday but not in the uk audience. I think we have to wait a couple of weeks. And they're only restarted season. One on from this sunday so yesterday was the big third. Yesterday was the beginning season too. So we we're now. The field for the beginning of season to where america will be getting the feed for the off season two on sunday. Anti such out guys if you're on the uk on amazon prime months Asia raymond not should before we finish out. What is your one. Hope for the rest of the industry as a whole full twenty twenty one. I hope and pray that the cries and outspokenness happen lost year. It's done for a reason and instead of working against each other. We tried to work together for the good of british wrestling and wrestling in general rather than trying to tear each other down to the point where we have nothing. He's very put financial. That's pretty and our asia tons of show yourself trump. so where can people find on the internet. Oh you can find me everywhere. Everybody usually seems to I did a li like a massive browsing revamp especially for lockdown and you can now refers to me and find me on every social media powerful under the name big fan vital or typing in asia. Raymone you get my face and it's a very distinct face. It doesn't change very often only those my hat which has changed people listening to this. Alzheimer's asia. She was like well. What did you have trouble been banal. I had the the the the issue. The people remember me how i had the nei- still black girl wave. That was cool. I had my Look down dreads in. That was also cool. Very heavy on my head. I have now cut my head off depending on earth i had to cut my head that it was just like it has to be done. I'm currently growing the same dreads my mother so we're going to match. Oh nice but they gotta be purple. Yes i'm buy my entire head. purple. They discounters purple. If whatever buyer anything purple just find think purple purple million she public. I like it would be you know. It's asked to be purple blazer now. Aspirin asia favor must return. You've been absolutely stall and hopefully y'all hopefully down we finish can go now daybreak. Shall we say about what if it's go to. We said we must cu. We must call the debrief desperate day very much again. Welcome back. i won't those few life lessons to be learned in this focused. And i now that scott be also share and really get rested on the map but now he is a pennyworth that as amazon prime to go. Check that out. Oh so if you've enjoyed this episode please do give a little bit of a following the old social media suplex pods or one words and if you get a few minutes and you've got a few who spoke please feel free to Over bit at the tip on the kofi platform or the information links will be in our podcast notes. And i'll see you this time next week for another episode of the..
"raymond" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast
"These gentlemen. Welcome back to another week of the suplex pocus. I'm your host. Sarah and we're here with another one website. I will have to say this way. We've asia raymond now. I e show. I have known for many many years for her time when she made debut when i saw her With eighth and josie she might die before that. We're gonna find out a little bit more about that in this podcast. However she's also most recently coming to venture outside of resin which i think is going to open some doors for her big time in the future. So sit back. Relax get yourself ready. Get cup of tea. Have we sure you're prepared and make sure you listen to podcasts. And learn a good few things from this wonderful wonderful segments and brady coli persons. I'd say in this polka. So relax and enjoy my focused with asia. Raymond ladies and gentlemen and welcome to another edition of the soup. Rex broadcast here with your host. Sarah and my very special guest today is the lovely amazon are asia. Raymond i asia. How you how you get off all here and there was a time of the place where we saw the much every weekend and now now i have to say their but i'm again bless you but you've been up house. Intriguing is the stop stuffing. That's just starting to get to me. I just want one definite decision. One definite path forward i. I've been wrestling like literally my entire life having something that we're currently is not safe to do correctly It's very hard to take. It was obviously not only your iressa. Your personal china gyms have all been shot as well so i'm assuming that urban double difficult really consideration. Yeah especially Three-phase more of a personal thing for me to find something for me to do. I miss the miss lifting things. Like i literally woke around the house lifting like bits of my furniture just so i can get some something for him. A the ratliff rachel. I won't eat bench in the fridge. You come down there right. i can do that. Oh dear.
"raymond" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"I guess that would have been right after he got out of prison for the prison guard. murder the attempted prison break. He was involved with in one thousand nine thirty two charged with committing armed robbery down in massachusetts. It was a bank but the witnesses refused idea which is pretty common in these mafia cases as you guys know. He was becoming so well known by the middle thirties. That providence police had a list of criminals that they called public enemies and they could arrest him on sight and bring him in for at least a few hours and they used to do that. I even up into the fifties sometime into the middle sixties passing civil rights legislation. I remember looking up these guys records in and they would say arrested for suspicious activities. Hold for twenty four hours. Now the providence rhode island mafia family. There was two families in that area bought a boston. Which close and providence now for the providence family during the turn of the century said before many sicilians emigrated to the federal hill area. And they brought the black hand mafia with them in nineteen seventeen. A man named frank morelli. They called the betsy. I got the nickname bussey. But betsy morelli moved providence. With his family his brother. Joseph armed robbery gang. Some people claim that these brothers were the real robbers. Not saccone vans eddie. Who killed a guard and pay clerk in that famous. Nineteen twenty braintree massachusetts. Robbery were Saccone vans eddie were probably improperly charged and convicted and were sent to the electric chair. I believe during those years. Most people would consider frank morelli to be the face of the buffy in providence. Rhode island the boston family at the same time. There was a two separate messina. And joseph lombardo who were the kind of the early bosses of what they considered the entire new england area and they based out of boston during the castel. A war in new york messina was temporarily appointed as the boss of bosses of a new york and he moved up there and miss. Joseph lombardo who had been serving as underboss was start organizing several sicilian gangs. He helped eliminate the very powerful irish guston gang at the time as these men got older. Another man named felipo makola arrived in boston from palermo. Sicily now joan. I'm mardo will never really become the permanent boss. A will never really rise higher than the underboss and makola Will be come. The boss of boston now. I believe at this time. The boston family was kind of like the big brother over. Providence and the rest of new england can like chicago is over kansas city milwaukee and and anywhere in illinois and and even down to des moines iowa and to omaha according to a the famous new england. Turncoat vinnie tracer. Boston's underboss joe. Umberto ordered butts morelli into retirement and promoted felipo bukoba to become the boss of boston and providence in nineteen forty seven so these two families in nineteen forty seven. Nineteen fifty four filippo cola. Retired to sicily. Wasn't really there that long island during the war right after the war. Raymond patriarca was a capito under colon in a well known successful mobster by that time. He had already organized several small cruise under his leadership. And these men were making a big jewellery scores and bank robberies armored car robberies. He he got into gambling was becoming the gambling. Czar i had opened several gambling. Establishments in providence in the surrounding area had Slot machines and and vending machines. Out there. we'll learn a little more about. He allied himself with a couple of different new york families. He had some business interests with the colombo family and during this time a man named enrico. Henry tammilehto transferred from the banana family. To be patriarch is under boss. Tamil eos also known as the referee by the way this gave him solid connections back to the five families in new york which.
"raymond" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"The iron curtains dropped and We're going into the cold war with russia and creates getting ready to start and and and there's just a lot more going on and that kind of drifts away but we Researcher that i've gotten knows written a book about this called john. The yay guede g g discovered an old fbi document which they in the guy that blew up the safe who then later recanted his confession. And and we have several stories that came out of that election and about the mob and their involvement in how they worked and one mob guy gets convicted In the end the feds actually have a grand jury. And they convict. A few people knew particularly convict. A who was in a guy named Morris kline who was kind of the jewish lansky of kansas city Convict him of a voter fraud. And then that leads right into the death of the to charlie's at the end of the What say early days of organized crime in kansas city and sets the scene for the ascension the knicks of allah. Who would be our boss role at time for you. Know up until what nineteen Late eighties middle delayed eighties. But i'm i'm doing this movie about it and i'm ready for post production like i started to say is in for a thousand bucks. You be an executive producer for two hundred and fifty dollars. You can be a producer for a hundred dollars in associate producer and a fifty dollars at least fifty dollars donation. You can get a bitch and and anything less than that. I'll just see how many y'all are Depending on how long. I wanted to credits to run. Afterwards if you want to give me smaller amounts of money and talent let me know you want to be part of it more likely unless it just runs on too long. I'll make y'all supporter to so i'll try to get that up on the website with On the show notes with this. And then just do the donate button a nice. You got vin mo and and you want to do that kind of money in your account just when you do the vin mo. Let me know that. That's what it's for so having said all that. I'm i'm a story on raymond. L. s. patriarca senior now. He is one of the most interesting little known mob guys. He didn't get much pub. It's kind of like nick. Savelli never got a lot of press or publicity like they didn't new yorker chicago even he was a really powerful mob boss As usual his father allowed. Terry oh patriarca and his wife. The the mother immigrated from sicily in the early nineteen hundreds and they moved to worcester mass. And raymond was born in the united states They moved to. Providence rhode island which is just up the road just a short piece That was in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight. Raymond was three years old. They moved to the federal hill section. Which you have heard of that..
"raymond" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"Know kubrick was the guy for me. He's a great director. Oh man he was. He was one of my favorites of all time. Yeah he was he. He did a lot of great films during the sixties and seventies classics. And certainly two thousand. One it's just. As soon as i saw in college. They released it in the seventy s. When i was in college and the mid to late seventies and i went to this theater and so they had it in seventy millimeter. Which was stated your. At that time. I went to see at once and i go. I gotta seat again this way. And i've seen it and then i was just totally engrossed in the movie and like the making of two thousand and one. I had to find out how they did it. I loved it. I mean they did. Some of the special effects in an abandoned corset factory. I love stuff like that. But it's a great movie. And i found out what everything was shot. And how they put everything together and how the actress came on the project and everything and it's the movie still holds up incredibly. Well you know it's yeah there's no moonbase in two thousand one but but still it's really more of a first contact story told in a way that we've never seen before a very sort of some people interpreted it to be very religious film. Kind of just depends on how you look at it. You know you interpret aliens or are they got or what you know you know it. Just it he left it up to the audience to decide you know what is movie about. Oh yeah and then. That's the brilliant. I mean people have different Ways of of seeing it absolutely. That's actually interesting because if you look. At hearth saint clark's novels a lot of his seat themes almost border on religious terms. It's really interesting so he was able to do that in such a way. In in couch in science fiction that really made it so different and provocative. I really liked the way he wrote. And you know they're both gone unfortunately and But the movie still holds up. And i would love to see them re release it on the big screen again and really do it up again. It certainly deserves. They did in two thousand one. I know i know that. Yeah they even had birthday parties. I think in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine for how so in her von illinois made a big deal. Ask her banda. Excuse me but you know it was great and oh twenty ten just forgot it just. I felt bad for for peter. Hi to get kind of caught back. 'cause that was just not the right way to go and have it doesn't need a sequel. It doesn't doesn't. They've got a lot of things. Wrong what do you. What do you have anything on your table that you're working out. That hasn't been that hasn't been maybe officially announce jet just finished dark side of the morgue. Which is the second rock and roll. Hit waiting to hear if You're solid to was gonna fly which which i'll jump on immediately probably that happens And if it doesn't then I'll just probably come up with something new. What were you writers. Do you know we think of fiendish plots. I heard you were also either adapting some screenplays. Is that director. Well i already have I have two original novels One that's called evil hours and one is called face blind and i've already adapted them to screenplay and they're one of them at least is getting some some buzz. Oh good but you know. I'll jinx it if i talk about it. Sure sure You know hopefully something will happen in that regard. Well cool well. Hey i really want to thank you for taking the time to talk to me. Thank raymond benson and just a couple of elle's that really important visit his website. Raymond benson dot com in addition cinema. Retro dot com. That great magazine. We were talking about during the course of the interview. And don't forget to take. The audience survey sci-fi talk dot com. Click on the link link there or also on my podcast page. If the podcast description just click on as well. Thanks so much for listening. This is tony. Tomato take care. Hey this is raymond. Benson i wrote metal gear solid the novel and the rock and roll thriller a hard day's death and you're listening to sifi talk..
"raymond" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"In this edition of sci-fi talk has prolific author raymond benson who is really has quite a trifecta so far this year he already has out metal gear solid based on the popular video game in addition and original novel hard day's debt in coming out this fall. We'll be the union trilogy. Which is a re release of his works as the official james bond author in the union trilogy before we go to raymond benson. Just want to remind you please. The audience survey at sci-fi talk dot com. Click on the button to complete the survey for my podcast page in podcast description. You can complete the survey there if you include your email address. I'll be happy to send you a dvd as a token to five appreciation. Thanks so much. Now let's go to my conversation with raymond benson author of metal gear solid. It's great to talk to you and be on the show. I really have enjoyed your work in the past. And i'm really happy that you're involved with not the novel that you did a novelization for metal gear solid. I think the challenge of that is huge. Essentially you're taking a video game and making it into a novelization form. How did that project come together. And how did you attack. well All thanks for having me on the show secondly to answer your question I was I was approached by Hideo kojima enough who designed the original game He apparently had a short list of authors. That he wanted to do it. And i guess he was a pan of my bond work because it had been published in japan and he He konami and delray. The publishers us had an agreement together to do the books so They asked me. If i'd be interested and i thought about i sure why not you know. I was somewhat a fan of the game My son played it all the time. You know i would watch him play. It and i was interested in a video game designer. Well a computer game designer back in the late eighties and early nineties. So you know it wasn't a completely foreign medium for me Now i had already written some movie novelization. In fact i am i. I'm a one of the founding members of the international association of media tie in writers which is an organization of writers who do a lot of novelization b. movies or tv or games. or whatever. And so i you know there is a there is a a forum to it. There is an art to doing it and It's it's not an easy thing to describe. I mean i would just say that A lot of its intuition. A lot of it is taking the source material laying out in front of you and breaking it down into what would basically be chapters of the books and the gone from there. Now you use to the this is based on the nineteen ninety eight storyline of the game. That came out at that. Time right the first game. Okay so So that must have been easy. At least you're not you know trying to tie everything together. Up to this point i would. That would take more than one novel. Obviously all right yeah. Yeah the planet that there hopefully will be a series of novels. We're talking about doing the second one. Now which is called sons of liberty. What amazes me is that nobody has done this as a film yet. Well i think they're probably talking about it. I don't know. I don't know what konami is plans. Are they kind of keep it close to the vest. But i'm sure that they're they're probably thinking along those lines you happy with the way things turned out after it was all done. Yeah you know it's it was fun The characters are interesting. And engaging it's you know it's very I mean it has a very much a sort of japanese mangled kind of sensibility to it. the characters are kind of fantastic with lots of Sort of extra extra abilities. And you know i just had fun with it. And i you know as long as konami and the publishers were pleased. And i'm pleased. He were intended to try to steer which stay away from that. You pretty much decided to embrace that part of what they came was. Yeah yeah absolutely and and you know. I was pretty had to be pretty faithful to the game. I couldn't go often to into uncharted territory or anything. Any new stuff that i added to the book was had to be approved of course by kojima sons. So everything in it is has gotten the seal of approval by by the man themselves. So it's it's official with the canon the canon piece go well they may convey saints cannon his cannon so there you go that's awesome so so this time you are planning the second one. Have you gotten the green light for that yet. Well we're they're they're sort of negotiating with the and And i guess you know. I'm keeping my fingers crossed and sounds like it's going to happen but you know i can't really say for sure. Does anything can happen. But i'm pretty sure it will. Will you be doing all the series or are they going to bring you know okay. I don't know it's just doing them one at a time so you have a hard day's death i. There is something appealing to me about. Kind of like a rock and roll investigator kinda p. I kinda liked it. Yeah well that that's a much more closer to the to my heart. It's a much more. I mean it is a it's mine. It's an original sure novel. Yes spike barringer the rock and roll. Detective is he is a guy who runs a security firm in new york city for Rock and roll and the like. But he's also a private eye. And i've skewed the rock and roll world to be a very dangerous place. So there's lots of murders and kidnappings in black mailings and illegal downloading and spike has to sort all of that out doesn't sound too far from the truth and you know he. They're the real rockstars you know. We'll make cameo appearances all through the books. And i've already written the second one cool. It'll it'll come out next spring. It's called dark side of the morgue nice and you have Have david bowie and john lennon making an appearance. Somehow whether in david boy definitely makes it appear as john can't make right around but he's definitely referenced..
"raymond" Discussed on Pool Podcasts
"Welcome back to american billiard radio. Today is friday november twentieth and in news. We all expected this was coming it. Actually the the news came down today. That the twenty twenty one derby city classic was officially canceled due to covid nineteen. Keep in mind that is cancelled postponed. I spoke to greg sometime last week. And he had said that he was going to hear something this week from the state and was hoping that when they announced what they were going to do that they would be able to announce it has a postponement but he felt that he needed to have a date in mind. I'm guessing since he didn't have a date in mind. This was announced as a cancellation long-shot. Maybe something get scheduled for later in the year. And that's not due to anything that i've heard i'm just thinking you know if this thing starts to clear up. I wouldn't be surprised if they tried to run something later in the year in other news. The pool tour had their twenty twenty virginia state eight ball championship. Two separate divisions men and women the men's division. Mike davis one. No big surprise there. The ladies division was won by. Liz taylor which again is not really a surprise. What was newsworthy. Was the second place finisher in each division. Shane wolford finished. Second to mike davis in the men's division and his sister savannah wolford finished second in the ladies division. I think most fans are more familiar with shane's game. Shane wolford's game but it sounds like savanna is quite an up and coming player. All the way over on the west coast arizona. The arizona women's billiards tour ray evans and brian holloway. They won the the traditional. Awb t jack and jill scotch doubles event. They holded every year as their final event of the year. It's kind of a half a tournament and half a party to celebrate the year. it doesn't sound like there was a whole lot of celebration based on the small season but it also sounds like they had a great time in other news. The sunshine state pro ampoule tour held their sunshine. State pro-am tour bar box championship. That was at racks. Billiards in sanford florida. In the winter circle was a name that most fans no raymond. raymond z. three time. acu. I collegiate champion. He's also won the apa amateur championships now. Those winds were four five six seven years ago. raymond's name is has popped up a little bit recently. But this was his his first big win. Had a chance to talk to raymond This week and i asked him about this. This first big singles win for him. Yeah this is the first big singles outright tournament. Win for me in a while I've had some some big matches. That one in the last couple years here in there when i peeked in and had some good performances against some good players. But you know this is the first i guess bigger noteworthy event. I guess in a while. What was also interesting with raymond. Was he credited this win to finally taking time out of his scheduled to get together with mark wilson. He elaborated on that. So mark mark had invited me to go to linden would for A few years it had been several years..
"raymond" Discussed on Word Play with Kristine Raymond
"Nonfiction I read a lot of books that aren't romance. So it just whatever happens how I feel that day on my my kindle is. So so very you think it belong to three or four different people so o mine's the same way. And you know, I think I think it's that way for a lot of readers out there. You know, as authors were kind of kind of drilled into us to, you know, find your audience and find that niche of romance readers or erotic readers or might. I really believe that readers are open to a lot of different John rose. Just because they re romance doesn't mean they don't read horror or SCI fi or rata or Christian or anything else? And. Oh, oh, yeah. I know that's. Certainly believe that as new to the publishing world. I you know, you hear that, you know, you you've got to find your niche audience. I think and how I'm not sure because I'm such a broad audience. And I'm thinking, why do I have to stick to one thing? So so that's been a little conflicting away when you hear that you think that I have so many stories in the and they're not the same. Right. Exactly. Yeah. I that's the challenge for me too. And I I like to think that I just pick up readers who like me as an author. They like the way I write regardless of whether I'm writing historical, western romance or Roddick drama or contemporary, or you know, now, I'm working on cozy mystery. So I'm hoping that my readers like the author as much as they want a specific thing that I write, you know, you'll have those people who who only read historical western. So those will be the only ones that that read hint springs, and they might not come over to my celebration series in the same thing with you. You might have find readers who really only stick to Arado. So they'll be reading the love strictly tested series might go into the heart series. Right. Oh, yeah. I am. I completely understand that because you know, because they're very specific in that sense. But don't people just aren't are interested in that type some 'cause they're the heat Lowell is is very high. And and I get that. And but I think though so much whether you right in the Saint, John or something if you keep if you write in different ones that you still have personal style. People can tell it you. Yes. So whether they like that type they may just like your style. So hopefully, you know that kind of works and people you, right? Follow you because of how you right and not necessarily. Maybe the the silence are mean the topic is. Self and I've had people that I know of my heart theories. And but I know they haven't read that the most likely to drill, and I'm okay with that. Because you know, I'm perfectly fine because there's more both of those come. So either way. So, you know, I'm going to add onto the other one the heart theory. So there's something else for those people. And then I have other ones that will that will pop up. So I still think, you know, whether you like ones there is not I'll still have something there. Right. Something to offer. Well, do you have other John rose that you've ever kind of toyed with the idea of writing in? I have finally worked out as Fred sheet 'cause I'm not terribly organized person. But I did make you have all these ideas in your head. But oh, I remember that. But then, you know, you don't so I forced myself to write out a spreadsheet of some other stories, and I wanted to and I have. Historical on the on the list, and I have one that's contemporary. But it's Wester 'cause we we lived out west for a little bit. So I really grew low that area, and there's a suspense that I'm working on now, that's contemporary romance. But it's also a suspense. So kinda learning a lot because a lot of my my writer buddies. I mean, our group we were all very, and so so I get tips from suspense from them. And I get tips from, you know, different ones on what I need to know. So so, yeah, so you'll see historical suspense coming up more contemporary. And and I may just explore few other things. But you know, I'm I guess it depends on the on. What I what I'm my my mood might be too. I don't know enough about they set nickel you can make your own world science fiction to really go into that. But that's kind of a neat thing though. Because. You're creating a completely new world. That's a that's a real draw very complicated. Oh, I know that Seifi is the one area where I really don't think that I could right. But at the same time what you're saying where you can pretty much start from scratch and create everything that's kind of appealing in the same time so daunting. Yeah. Yeah. It is. And I have a friend that doesn't doesn't very well. But and so I just marveled at that. Because 'cause I've been known to in this last I'm going to line at its right now. I'm thinking interesting that I've changed one of my secondary characters name. So I'm L my God, you know. So I think well, I probably, you know, I need to go back and fixes, and it was just an odd thing thinking, how did I how do you do this? And then 'cause I'm not the most organized person. But I do catch it. I do catch it. But on the first on the first round, it's like some people would have the same names or I'll forget I'll go back. Forget my characters where they were things like that. So it all worked out. I did the same thing in one of my books. Excuse me, a secondary character. He I don't even remember what the name is now, but he had one last name door the first half of the book in a completely different less name in the other half of the book, and no one caught it including my betas until after it was published and I was flipping through to get a like for something for a teaser like, wait a minute. Something's not right here. It. So I have it changed in changes last name. But it is kind of weird happens. I think people expect us as authors to keep that stuff straight. But the worst feeling in the world went after you see in Craig you're like, oh, dear gosh. Oh my gosh. In, you know, you wonder have people caught it just us anything or just, you know, they Dell I probably don't catch a lot because I read very fast. So there's there's probably things that I've missed that are probably lightly there. But so the now when I go back and look through some things and thinking, oh, wow. I really did not see that at all. I guess with your first you probably I would probably like to go back and rewrite the whole thing. But you know. Yeah. Definitely definitely for me. Now is gonna say I look at it. The books that have mistakes in them win I'm rich and famous than maybe they'll be worth something. So those people that have those with the heirs. That's true. Because I have a oh probably six or seven print books of my first book that before matting was horrible horrible is completely wrong. And I just kept him for whatever purpose everyone. I could you know, really cheap or something. But yeah. Like, they're collectors items because the formatting so bad in that they might be worse than that's right. That's right. Hey, we gotta look on the bright side. So where out west did you live? We live. We lived in Bakersfield, California for three years and fell in love with it. I fired to moving out there. We'd always live in the midwest and the job transfer in ended up. My first impression was we are in the middle of nowhere and obsolete fell in love with it the place the love the feel and it had his own beauty. I mean. It was a high desert, but certainly has its own view that really grew to like and the convenience at the time. It was less expensive and other areas of California. But we'd then we'd take the band of going to the beach going to national parks. And so it was a wonderful experience. We still have really good friends out there that we go out and and visit. So I really my love living in California. Can't beat the weather. Oh, yeah. Yeah. That's pretty cool. I lived in flagstaff for a few years flex f. I was ONA. Okay. It's just so different. It's it's almost difficult to put it into words to people who've never lived out there. As far as how how big is. That was just the impression. It's so Bill. Yeah. It's so vast and I remember on as we were moving driving. You see scientists say last gas. I, you know, hundred mile and really. Wow, live out here. And you know, Phil, it's it it is it surely is the vast is it is a completely different life than what I found about. California's it's not always easy to find a native Californian. I mean, and so it kinda worked out well because you have so many people from so many different places that everyone was kind of welcoming in sense that because there wasn't a whole long established people there, you know, people moved in and moved out and moved in. And but we I was kinda sad to leave. I mean, we're moving closer back towards this way. But in a way, I was kinda sad. And when we go out to visit. I it just feels very much at home in the very comfortable out there. I know that west really the west has this mystique about it. That's just it is hard to explain unless you've was you've lived out there, just different. It is it's I kind of. To compare it in a way to like the New England coast. 'cause that's where I grew up. You have all that kind of, you know, the Puritans in the the old colonial type history that you really you can feel even if even if you're not related to anybody there. I mean, you can just feel that out west you really feel that pioneer type spirit. Even all all these years later. It always amazes me. How in different areas of the country? You can almost sense the heritage, you know, what Bill that area. Yeah. I'm a real history buff and totally geek out on on. You know, where I'm standing, and you know, who was here and what were their lives like, and it's it's fascinating to me. And we're going to deadwood and used for finding and that's always been a trip. We wanted to take because I love the history. And so excited about going up there, and knowing a lot of that history from reading and watching things like it's just I don't know
"raymond" Discussed on Word Play with Kristine Raymond
"Let me give it a few nays. I know I'll get past it. Do you find that to? Absolutely. And it's funny because I actually have rheumatoid arthritis, and we do have a hot tub because I have to sometimes just so quite muscles because everything just hurts. And but I have discovered in the last year, I'll get in the hot tub, and it's like it. Frees my mind and I start it literally. I'll tell me I don't know what I'm writing right now. I gotta get not. This. The hot tub, and all of a sudden, it's almost like as my body is relaxing it. Frees my brain. And I have gotten over so many plea plots that were holding me up getting into the water. I have no idea why that works, and I'm almost embarrassed to tell anybody, but it's working. Hey, you go with what works for me? It's mowing Lutely. When when I'm stuck again on my lawnmower in the summer, and I just kinda tool around the yard and yet. Because it's kind of mindless Amihai while you're going, but I can just let my mind wander in you know, doesn't work so in the winner, but you can't have it. Maybe I'll invest in a hot tub. Well, the you know, what I've done the same thing on the writing on more. I think it's when you're out in a way from your office and away from your computer, and you're doing something kind of mindless that it does. It's like it. Frees reminding you're able to think through things absolutely. I have recently those started with dictating I purchased the dragon dictation because again, I was having trouble with I think our joints. And I thought I can't do this. There is no way I'm going to be able to dictate a story and a victory prolific author who does nothing, but do dictation he said, yes, you can do this. And it took me a couple of books of doing both typing and dictation, but the last three books I've done I had dictated and the last one I was able to do eight to ten thousand words a day. Wow. Dictating and so that's helping so much because. Because I'm getting better at it. The dragon dictation program has a lot of artificial intelligence, which leaves it actually learns as you go. The accuracy is actually very good. And it it's a it's just a lifesaver for my hands. Well, let me ask you this because I have dragon, and I've tried it. And I have I struggled to use it. But for me, it was because of the punctuation because you have to say your punctuation and that always stalls me because I don't I don't say. Hi mary-ann. How are you? Today. Question Mark when you're striking. They'll it's interesting when I first heard this other author who was talking to me, I said, I can't do it can't do it. There's no way. And she said your brain is already telling your fingers to type your brain tells your fingers to put in quotation. And a period and comma, and I was like, okay. That's right. And she said you just have to train your brain to tell your mouth now. I will I will be honest. I was very halting at first. It was things like open quotes. How are you? Question Mark, close close. And that's how I got started. And I thought it will take me a year to do one book. Right. And so I gave up on it just typed the next book. And then the next time I was really having. I'm having some hand pain and some joint swelling. And I thought I have to do this. I wanna have years left of writing books. So I forced myself to to work on it. And now, I don't think anything about it. She was right. It's like open close. How are usually question? Mark close close. He said period, and it just rolls off my time now, and my husband will hear me in another room. And he knows you know, I'm dictating because he can hear that. But it was funny. She was right. I just I had to train myself. And just really I told somebody the other day, I said necessity is the mother of learning how to use dragon. Well, I'll have to pull it out and give it another try then because one of the problems for me is what all have the perfect sentence in my head. It's just the most perfect sentence in the world and sit down to type it in something gets lost in the translation from my brain to my fingertips, and it does not come out the way that I thought it in in once I've thought it in it's in my fingertips. It's gone. Can't get that original thought back. So right dictation way back by that might be really good. And I will tell you also because I write romantic suspense. So the easiest thing for me though. And then I'm gonna council for you know, twenty something years. So the easiest thing for me is when I'm doing dialogue when there's a conversation between people I'll just lean back in my chair, and I can just did take those conversations because it's very much like having a conversation right now when I get something that's a little bit. More. Maybe when I get to some of the suspenseful part, and then I'm having to stop and do a little bit of research, and well, how how do I wanna descri- this wooded scene or this particular house, then I stumble a little bit more? But I'm finally this last book, I was really able to get going on it, and I thought okay, and I did an entire book without hand pain. And so I thought okay, I'm finding I'm finding what works for me. That's that's really great. I mean, and and I think that's what this is all about is is finding what works best for you at the at the moment in the long term, whatever whatever it is whatever technique as an author you have to employ in order to to get the books out the way you want them to be. Yes. Yes. Absolutely. And you know, you made a really good point earlier when you said, you know, how much will confident you are now than you were you know, when you got started. And I think writing is like any any particular skill when I go back and look at all those years that I was a counselor, obviously by the time I had several years onto my belt. I was much better than when I was first, you know, right out of school doing that. And I think one of the ways with my outlines and things I I know more about the getting of my stories the middle of the story doing the dialogue. Watching those repeated words making sure that their words that I have lied using things like that now are much more second nature, and I writing is so much better than it
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"raymond" Discussed on Little Stories for Tiny People
"Want to have a look raymond said affect raymond crept closer and peaked inside a tiny baby whisk curled up under a blanket the baby had a little yellow hat on its head it's a baby girl raymond's mummy said we named her bella bala raymond repeated raymond bell as tiny hands were bald into little fists and she was punching them back and forth can i touch her hands raymond asked sure his mom said just be gentle rehman lean dover in gently touched bellis hand she unfurled her fist and wrapped her hand around his finger she held on tight she's caught me raymond said with a laugh she's so cute he added sounding surprised she looks a bit like you raymond's dad said raymond stared at bella her eyes were wide freeman remembered the photos from the book is sad showed him bella kept holding raymond's hand their hands fit together like pieces of a puzzle as if his hand had been waiting all this time just to hold hers i like her raymond said.