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Study: Smaller cars may be why crashes injure women more

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

Study: Smaller cars may be why crashes injure women more

"Women are much more likely to get seriously hurt in a car crash now we may know why it may be at least in part because women often drive smaller lighter vehicles the other part of this has to do with the types of crashes women get into this is all according to the insurance institute for highway safety it says in the crashes it analyzed women were twice as likely to suffer serious injury like a traumatic brain injury if the crash involved the front of the vehicle they were riding in as opposed to the side of the vehicle women were also much more likely to suffer leg injuries researchers say safety experts may now have to start building crash test dummies that account more for the physical differences between women and men I'm Rita folate

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Emerging Opportunities and Exciting Business Lessons with John-Paul Iwuoha

Entrepreneur on FIRE

08:10 min | Last week

Emerging Opportunities and Exciting Business Lessons with John-Paul Iwuoha

"Now. We are talking about africa. I wanna know john paul. Why why do we need to keep africa on our radar very interesting question. So one one thing that keeps me. Loyal to entrepreneurs on fire is the quality of stories and experiences of ultra preneurs. Who've made it that's one big reason. Why listen and. I'm also sure that's why many people listen to the show but interesting is what being on entrepreneur means that you're able to live in the now and also prepare for future so it's almost impossible to think about the future and nothing about and here's why when you look at the population of the world. Africa correctly has the youngest population of people. Right now sixty percents of people on the continent of the age of twenty five. So this is more or less looking at china. Before china became china up to date china more or less the second biggest economy in the world the factory of the world and all of that so you can imagine that people who saw china. The china became china. Actually the ones who got in on the meat of the game. So that's exactly what africa represents but more importantly there have been events in the past couple of years that have put africa in the centerpiece. The very most the most recent one which is very interesting is covid now all the time most companies have built their supply chains around china and south east asia but then when it hits it was obvious that supply chains with very vulnerable. And if you're going to diversify your supply chain. It's impossible not to look at africa if you're looking at affordable label if you look at them. The truck symmetry of the continental either north america or europe. And what are the means. Most countries on the continent either speak english or french and these are more or less global line. Which is you're going to penetrate any of the big markets and. It's really now happening. Because what the chinese are doing is the chinese. Market is starting to specialize in advanced high-tech stuff. I most of those low cost production that brought business the whole of storing from america. When are beginning to see going to places like vietnam. Bangladesh and other countries in southeast asia. But then you cannot forgo a population of one point three billion people which is what africa presents and what we're seeing is some companies setup accretions within the african continent places like rwanda at the opium ghana senegal. And what they're doing is they are preparing. These guys are digging for the future and one interesting. That's happened in the last four years in america. Is the people in africa. So in america when you think about africa the image that comes to mind is charity and philanthropy. Africa needs. Needs help and help and help. So the approach of the americans this time and even europe has been to help africa give africa aid. Give them all of that. What the chinese are doing is they're coming with more or less trade and business and things. What africa needs really because you have this population of very young people enterprising people. I mentioned that sixty percent of the world's uncle beats at arable. Land is in africa so in most parts of the world with maxed out the land space. Yes we're doing. We're using technology and other means to increase the yield on the land. But when we're talking about virgin space. Federal land arable land. Most of it is still in africa. Still cultivated and we're looking at a global population that is set to double back at least by the time we reach two hundred fifty or more according to the un and if we do not keep pace with globe with population growth would amount of food were producing then the world is going to be faced with serious threat of hunger so these are just a few examples of why africa needs to be on your rita. Yes so thinking about now. It's great but you're thinking about the future you need to remember that even before could hit five of the top. The top ten fastest growing economies in the world when africa. These are not really things. We've seen the mainstream media. Why i'm happy that chain. Is that the approach of the chinese in africa. Doo controversial is a big difference. This guy's coming here boots on the ground and they're dealing with the market. The previous relationship with africa has been to deal with africa's governments give african governments money for age and they develop africa unfulfilled years. It's never happened instead. It's helped enhance corruption. A sense of entitlement and dependency so most of the problems never get so because that's free money free money fluent in from europe money flowing in from north america so what people like us exist to do is to show that the people we should be voting. For with our money is the entrepreneur's they're the ones who have the incentive and the motivation to really solve africa's problems and guess what's global money starting to call me and i'm sure many ago minova listeners. On on on entrepreneur no stripe the big global player in in payments strike just acquired an african company. Niger company for two hundred million dollars. That's a major exit and it's stories like this that are starting to prove that africa is not a charity case. Africa is opportunity. The programs are trying to solve through eight. Actually need to be solved through entrepreneurship and the process. We create more jobs more wealth and greeted big happier world john. Let's talk about what you see as the most interesting opportunities that exist right now. I mean you talked about a lot of opportunities. I love how you really are hammering home. The fact that entrepreneurship is what is going to turn africa around and really bring that continents into the as we move forward into twenty twenty one and beyond but specifically what are the one or two most interesting and fascinating opportunities in the business world that you're seeing right now. The first interesting one is more or less. I talked about it earlier. In terms of africa's potential to produce food because right now we're looking for the next food basket of the world and one interesting that africa offers is the or what's we've we now know as superfoods so for example there's a grain that's grown in west africa. It's a green code for new now. This green is so rich in cultural significance for example when the tombs of ancient in jim ships are more or less opel excavated amongst other materials. Like honey. and things like that four new for new f- who is one of the greens that it that the ancient egyptians actually put in the the pyramids in the borough chambers of dead feroz. That's tell you how important it was back. Then this is like one of the longest growth one of the greens has been grown the longest in history almost five thousand years now. The reason why new is important is when you look at the american market and european market more or less developed world and you see how important health and wellness is this all about eighteen. Organic food. Gluten free food and things like that you announced that to see if like for new is actually superfood but in africa is grown by people in africa eating by people that i start to see what america has done with them a green assira like we know what which is more or less breakfast zero before quinoa became like a blockbuster serial in america it had the same profile as phone. You in south america. So what we're beginning to see. Is they celebrate to ship in. New york is named spear pm. He's now taken for neo his packaged. It's not just in its physical formats but in the narrative that used salads and last year. I think it's early this year. It got the national distribution across the united states in whole foods. You know to distribute this kind of food and new just one. I know listeners may be familiar with moringa which is another superfood. it grows in the wild in africa. We really take you for granted over yet. But then we've sent entrepreneurs coming here and repackage it into something that selling like a lot because it resonates resonates with the health and wellness movements the big trend going on in the

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The Latest: Spain: AstraZeneca shots to essential workers

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

The Latest: Spain: AstraZeneca shots to essential workers

"Where are we now in the battle against the corona virus the coronavirus has now killed more than two million three hundred thousand people around the world more than four hundred sixty eight thousand of them right here in the US that's according to Johns Hopkins University vaccines have been slow rolling out as you know but so far about ten percent of Americans have gotten at least one cove it nineteen shot the percentage of gotten both shots meaning their ads fully protected as they can be by the vaccine is about three percent that's according to an AP analysis awaiting FDA approval now Johnson and Johnson's one shot cove it nineteen vaccine I'm Rita folate

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Likely cause of Kobe Bryant helicopter crash to be announced

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Likely cause of Kobe Bryant helicopter crash to be announced

"The helicopter crashed into a hillside on a foggy morning in Southern California, killing NBA legend Kobe Bryant is 13 year old daughter, Guiana in all seven other people on board. On Tuesday. Federal safety officials are expected to announce the probable cause of the crash. In the past, the NTSB has said there is no sign of mechanical failure. And it's believed to have been an accident. But Kobe Bryant's widow, blamed the pilot and launched several related lawsuits. She and families of other victims also faulted the companies that owned and operated the helicopter. I'm Rita. Fall way. Winter news time, a 36 the Super Bowl ads raking in their own

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Chiefs under pressure to ditch the tomahawk chop celebration

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chiefs under pressure to ditch the tomahawk chop celebration

"The chiefs play the bucs Sunday in the Super Bowl that there's a protest brewing over at chiefs tradition the war chant the hand chopping motion it's a tradition for chiefs fans but native Americans say it's derogatory so is the team's name they say they're planning a protest outside Raymond James stadium in Tampa site of Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers chiefs president mark Donovan points out the last fall the team band head dresses and war paint from their stadium and he says they'll continue to make changes that he says respect native American heritage while celebrating the fan experience the co founder of the group that will protest on Sunday says though the chop conjures up images of native Americans as savages just change it she says I'm Rita folate

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Jen Briney (2)  Congressional Dish - burst 01

Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith

01:40 min | 3 weeks ago

Jen Briney (2) Congressional Dish - burst 01

"Smith brian. Thank you so much for coming back to earn veer and welcome the show. How's it going. It's great thank you for having me back and i said it to talk to you again. Yea so Talk a little bit about briefly because we're going to talk about it basically for an hour but what are you most excited about congressional dish today today. I have just more content. Than i know what to do it right. Castor our wonderful congress which actually keeps getting worse and worse fast over ten thousand pages of legislation over the holidays. And so i got to those. That was not the last one or the new one or both so that was the one hundred sixteenth. We just started the hundred stats teams. Okay so the end of the hundred sixteen. They did pretty much all of their required work in live last few weeks of the the session which is a shots yes. So one of the bills was almost six thousand pages that funded our entire government and had cove relief in it. No one had time rita obviously and that they also authorized oliver wars and so put those together plus all the little bells over ten thousand pieces of art pages of legislation. So i'm sure they did pass a so. We're we're not on a continuing resolution anymore. We are not yes. As of january first government is funded until september thirtieth which is when i expect them to not finish funding. The government again. Cr okay gotcha. Yeah the only reason. I know those

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The Sundance Film Festival debuts Rita Moreno documentary

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

The Sundance Film Festival debuts Rita Moreno documentary

"The Sundance Film Festival is taking place over the next week, and one of the documentary showing is about Rita Marino. The first Latina woman to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Freedom. Marino exploded on the screen in West Side Story, but Rita Marino just a girl who decided to go for it is her story, and she calls it real. Compared to the documentaries. She see. I've always thought, Well, G. That's just too perfect. All the time. S so I I just made sure that I was perfect some of the time. It's a raw look at her life. Her relationship with Marlon Brando the racism she faced in her career. You are Porter region, so you don't you're not worth much. The film was produced by Lin, Manuel Miranda and Norman Layer in airs on PBS later this

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Virtual 2021 Sundance Film Festival opens on a screen very near you

All Things Considered

03:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Virtual 2021 Sundance Film Festival opens on a screen very near you

"City, Utah. And because of the pandemic, thousands of film lovers will go to premieres, panels and parties, mostly online. NPR's Mandali Del Barco has this preview. This year's Sundance opens with the premier of the documentary, Summer of Soul or when the Revolution could not be televised. Director Amir Thompson, known as the Musician. Quest, Love presents footage of the 1969 Harlem cultural Festival that has never been seen since. Pressure's lower. Take My hand was Dr King's favorite zone and Sistema Hey, you're Jackson was my idol. She was my hero. I love this. So much listening to singer Mavis Staples praising my Hayley and Jackson is just one highlight of the film. In a normal year. There'd be long lines of festivalgoers standing in the snow to get into theaters to watch. This year films will be screened virtually through especially built online platform, says the festival's new director, Tabatha Jackson. The global pandemic hit And we realized that we had to re imagine everything. Jackson says her team wanted to create a wafer, filmgoers and filmmakers to gather will be able to chat with each other in virtual waiting rooms. Then watch film premieres together before asking questions of the casts and crews, and that's to preserve the energy and the excitement on the buzz and the conversation. In that moment, as we are confined in our Safe spaces. This is an opportunity to go out into the world and be taken around the world by some of these films as an international festival dedicated to independent filmmaking, the Sundance Community prides itself on being a bit scrappy. We're excited. I think this feels like a grand experiment, so people who are they couldn't afford it or couldn't make the journey. Couldn't navigate the icy streets of Park City can now come to Sundance. We're bringing Sundance to them. This year, Half the films at Sundance were directed by people of color as well as by women. Many were shot or finished during the pandemic lockdown. There's even one titled In the same breath about how covert 19 began in Wuhan, China. Many of the doctors said these hospitals must have known this new virus was spreading between people, but they were afraid to say so for fear of punishment from the government. Among the feature films to watch for is Koda, about a hearing girl whose family is deaf, also sons of monarchs, about a Mexican biologist and flee and animated film about an Afghan refugee. Other highlights included documentary about choreographer Alvin Ailey and another about the life and career of actress Rita Moreno. Life can be pressing America what was different about Anita and with side stories that she was a girl who respected herself. Who had a certain amount of dignity. Actually, she became my role model. The festival will also include online panels, meetups concerts and parties, many of them free. There will be virtual spaces for black and Latin. Next creators, and Jackson says festival goers can participate in the new frontier program using Webcams or virtual reality headsets from home, you Congar! Oh, in as an avatar, you can wonder around this incredible space garden. Go to parties, which are where people are going to gather to talk about films. We felt a cinema house in this virtual environment, and there's an extraordinary gallery off new work. The reason I'm so excited about it is because it really is an unusual space in which we can still come together and socialize, and it doesn't feel anything like Zoom. Sundance is also partner with art House cinemas around the country to present some in person events, including at drive in theaters. Manda Little Barco. NPR news.

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Norman Lear to Receive Golden Globes’ TV Lifetime Achievement Award

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Norman Lear to Receive Golden Globes’ TV Lifetime Achievement Award

"The genius responsible for some of America's most talked about TV programs is now getting his due from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. He's the man behind landmark TV shows like The Jeffersons on the Family and Good Times Start Now Norman Lear will be the recipient of the Carol Burnett Award at the Golden Globes for outstanding contribution to television on and off screen in the family was recorded on for a social and political activism to leers career spans decades after serving in World War two, starting off in Public relations and at 98. Still, it work producing new films and shows, including a Rita Marino documentary and an animated take on Good times for Netflix. Correspondent Matt Wolf

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Sabrina Carpenter Addresses Speculation That ‘Skin’ Is About Olivia Rodrigo

Comments By Celebs

02:32 min | Last month

Sabrina Carpenter Addresses Speculation That ‘Skin’ Is About Olivia Rodrigo

"Last week. We had discussed the whole. Olivia rodrigue driver's license situation with sabrina. And joshua bassett excetera and since then. Sabrina actor released her own song called skin. Before i get into it. Let me just read you. The caption of her instagram. She posted tonight. Sabrina says thank you to everyone who has listened to skin especially those who have opened their minds to lyrically is trying to get across. I wasn't bothered by a few lines in a magnificent song and wrote a distraction. It i was at a tipping point in my life for countless reasons. So i was inspired to do what i usually do to cope right something that i wish i could have told myself in the past people can only get you if you give them the power to and a lot of people were trying to get to me. The song is in calling out one single person some addresses specific situation while other lines address. Plenty of other experiences. I've had this past year. It also shows that many things have actually gotten under my skin. And i'm still learning to knock have other people so much power over my feelings. I know a lot of you struggle with the same thing. I don't want this to become an endless cycle so please don't take this as an opportunity to send more hate anyone's loss of loved you all. Thanks for letting me grow anybody who listened to the song the main courses basically you can try to get under my skin while he's on mine so i mean listen if she's going to say that it wasn't a direct response fine but like. I really liked sabrina carpenter. I think they're both really talented. I just it was so clearly response. In my opinion the only reason it wasn't a response is because the original song had nothing to do with her. That right so confused. Yeah that's what i think. People were so confused about because of your song was really about her relationship with joshua and what went down there with the one line that mentioned sabrina. Basically saying like you're probably with that blonde girl who always made me doubt she so much older than me. she's everything i'm insecure about. That was it. Whereas sabrina song i think at least when you listen to it the first time felt like was directly about her directly addressing. Olivia song so. I don't know i. I really like them both. I was so confused when i first heard it because it felt so misplaced to me. It was like wait a second. Like if i'm being honest nothing as women you ever want other women to be insecure. But let's just cut the bullshit for a second is the guy you're dating has ex girlfriend and that ex-girlfriend publicly says that you make her insecure not that you want that prefers second that's kind of the best compliment you could ever get like. It was so confusing me. There were all these names of like olivia. Rigo call sabrina. Carpenter gorgeous says rita carpenter releases a distract. You

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Schumer: House to send Trump impeachment article Monday

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Schumer: House to send Trump impeachment article Monday

"Former president trumps impeachment trial will begin soon Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer broke the news articles will be delivered to the Senate on Monday and that will launch former president trumps impeachment trial on a charge of inciting the insurrection at the U. S. capitol building that led to five deaths a trial will be held in the United States Senate and there will be a vote on whether to convict the president the schedule ahead is still uncertain but we've learned the former president trump is now assembling his defense team members of his past legal teams have indicated they do not plan to work on this case I'm Rita folate

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Lilly Antibody Drug Prevents Covid-19 in Nursing Homes, Study Finds

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:44 sec | Last month

Lilly Antibody Drug Prevents Covid-19 in Nursing Homes, Study Finds

"On a covert 19 treatments. This is the first major study of Eli Lilly's Cove in 19 and a body drug treatment and those in nursing homes. In November, the FDA allowed emergency use of Eli Lilly's antibody drug as a treatment for milder moderate cases of covert 19. It's a one time treatment. It's given through an I V, V, the the company company says says among among nursing nursing home home residents residents who who got got the the drug. drug. Their Their risk risk was was reduced reduced by by as as much much as as 80% 80% residents residents and and staff staff who who got got the the drug drug head up to a 57% lower risk of getting Cove. It 19 nursing homes and other long term care facilities have been hit hard by the pandemic. Account for nearly 40% of the deaths. I'm Rita Foley, the top

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Lilly: Drug can prevent COVID-19 illness in nursing homes

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

Lilly: Drug can prevent COVID-19 illness in nursing homes

"There is promising new information on a code nineteen treatment this is the first major study of Eli Lilly's cove in nineteen antibody drug treatment and those in nursing homes in November the FDA allowed emergency use of the liabilities antibody drug as a treatment for mild or moderate cases of cove it nineteen it's a one time treatment is given through an IV the company says among nursing home residents who got the drug their risk was reduced by as much as eighty percent residents and staff who got the drug had up to a fifty seven percent lower risk of getting covert nineteen nursing homes and other long term care facilities have been hit hard by the pandemic the account for nearly forty percent of the deaths I'm Rita Foley

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Worries about insider attack prompts vetting of National Guard

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Worries about insider attack prompts vetting of National Guard

"Washington DC is locked down tight one day ahead of president elect binds inauguration but now a warning the secret service is warning national guardsmen who were in Washington to protect the inauguration ceremonies to stop posting online photos details or descriptions of operations or the sensitive sites they're protecting defense officials push the FBI to vet the thousands of national guardsmen and acting defense secretary Christopher Miller says so far the Pentagon is found no intelligence to indicate any insider threats the chief of the National Guard lieutenant general Daniel Hokanson says this kind of vetting is standard he says he's not concerned about insider threats in the guard he says we don't allow extremism of any type in our organization I'm Rita folate

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McConnell rebuffs Democrats' call for speedy impeachment trial, but is undecided on convicting Trump

AP 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | Last month

McConnell rebuffs Democrats' call for speedy impeachment trial, but is undecided on convicting Trump

"MINUTE President Trump may face an impeachment trial just minutes after leaving office in less than a week now that the House has impeached him that goes onto a trial in the Senate, which is supposed to meet next just before Inauguration Day. The AP is Rita Foley reports. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has not decided yet how he would vote. Here's what the Republican strategist told us. Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell spoke to major GOP donors over the weekend to get an idea of how they feel about President Trump. They told him they think President Trump clearly crossed a line, according to the strategist. McConnell told them he's finished with

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McConnell open to convicting Trump in impeachment trial

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

McConnell open to convicting Trump in impeachment trial

"An influential Republican lawmaker is breaking away from president trump Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell says he is the room with president trump and he told major donors that over the weekend that's according to a Republican strategist who talked to the AP Mitch McConnell believes president trump did commit impeachable offenses according to the strategist now moments after the house voted to impeach the president McConnell told colleagues that he has not yet made a final decision on whether to convict the president of inciting insurrection the single charge against him after his supporters attacked the US capitol building top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer says if the president is convicted the Senate will take a second vote on barring him from ever running for office again I'm Rita folate

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Chris Sainty Discusses His Book 'Blazor in Action'

The .NET Core Podcast

02:29 min | Last month

Chris Sainty Discusses His Book 'Blazor in Action'

"Last time we talked about blazer and it's been a long terms as we talked about the so much new stuff to talk about but i won't. I won't attack you with loads of questions specifically about blazer. Because i want to talk about the book as well so You've talked about the book. Can you give us a brief overview of what the league is it. Is it for begin to if i wanna get into dot. Net is it. Is it the way to do it or is it. Just i know some dot net. I want to figure out how to build simpson and blazer. What's the was the elevator. Pitch us your code. So the book as aimed at kind of people who do do dot net that familiar with with so fundamentals of web development and things But that's by to be the vice requirement. So as of doing the recounted to find that the rita the target rada of the target rate. Ablation action is someone who's probably had a euro euro to dot net core experience Like build websites they know about you know the basics of css html java script stuff like that and they're just looking to start to build more advanced applications with with dot net. So that's kind of the entry level for the book and then the the the whole idea behind the book really is too tight you from that level and work through the various phases of blazer and by the end. Hopefully you're kinda come out of it with a well rounded understanding of the framework possible with it. Hopefully you've been able to land a few tips and tricks along the way highly shortcut you from some of the Common pitfalls and things like that for more advanced users Sorry for people who maybe have blazer experience. Hopefully that should be Stuff in there for that. Level of raiders weld away a bit more towards the back probably where we talk about Regard chapter all performance tuning blazer apps and things like that unit testing as well because that tends to be something that allow people shy away from spa frameworks and you eye level stuff so talk about that and stuff so hopefully they'll be something there for everybody. That's that's kind of why. I'm hoping but yeah but one thing that might be. Ultra deep dive into every little nook and cranny as in all honesty most people while it's fun to know that kind of stuff. That's probably bad for blow post. I think rather than than books general-purpose books anyway Level awake up.

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Extraordinary warning to Trump by 10 former Pentagon chiefs

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

Extraordinary warning to Trump by 10 former Pentagon chiefs

"All ten living former defense secretaries are warning against using the military to try to change the outcome of the election the ten former Pentagon chief signed an opinion piece in The Washington Post it implicitly questions whether president trump will peacefully give up power on January twentieth they wore that involving the military in pursuing claims of election fraud we take the country into dangerous territory the time for questioning the results they say has passed the ten men who signed the peace include James Madison mark asper two of president trump's former defense secretaries I'm Rita folate

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"rita" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"rita" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Coming up. Police investigate the murder of Rita Bouchard now back to the story on January thirty first nineteen forty seven. Readable Chard left early from her shift at Rhode Island Fabric Fabric Mills in pawtucket. She was supposed to go to a doctor's appointment but she never made it. On the morning of February very first her body was discovered she'd been stabbed thirty times including slash from ear to ear. The wounds were deep. Her glasses and forty dollars from her purse. Were both missing but a gold. wristwatch remained on her left wrist. She lay on top of her coat. Her clothing a blue and white printed dress and bobby socks seemed untouched. There was no sign of a struggle or of sexual assault for such a brutal crime. There was little blood. She'd likely been moved there after her her murder. Strangely considering the number of marks on her back there were only three slits made in her coat. The weapon was nowhere nowhere in sight. Medical Examiner Albert J. God debt told reporters that this was a fiendish kind of murder. The stab marks were deep and excessive. They showed every sign of being done in what newspapers would call a frenzied rage. Whoever had stabbed Rita so brutally an so viciously had probably known her then? The police noticed something. I uniquely strange a tree on the edge of the clearing had been hacked with an ax to feed up from the ground. The bark was torn worn off and the tree had been sliced with a deep laid as if to point people directly towards the body. The police put out a radio broadcast later that afternoon. Rita live with her aunt and uncle the luminaries who were also her foster parents. They wondered why I she hadn't come home the night before but they assumed she'd gone to spend the night with a girlfriend. Then Thomas Luminoso heard. The reports of a girl's body found around near ten Mile River. He identified her. Thomas was shocked who could have done this to his quiet shy nine niece. According to Him Rita had never even been out with boys but his wife knew better. She told the police that there was a repulsive repulsive man Rita had been trying to avoid. He had come around the house serveral times trying to take rita out. She'd said No. I know the police started digging. They talked to some of Rita's co workers especially her friend. Teresa Patent Node it appeared. I heard that Rita actually had quite an active social life. She may have even been seeing a married man. This man quickly became their primary suspect. Act He lived in the pawtucket area and hadn't been home since the night of the murder. However on February second it was Raymond the patent owed that was in police custody? Raymond was only seventeen a minor and therefore his name was kept out of the papers but the facts point to his identity. He was held by police for seventy two hours. Some reports say that he confessed to blacking out and waking up with Rita's dead body but when he led police to the murder site his descriptions of Rita didn't line up with how she was found and the crime scene moreover. He told police that he woke up next to her body before midnight but medical examiner Albert God debt was sure that Rita had died close to six. Am Saturday morning. Raymond was ultimately dismissed as a suspect on February. Sixth six thousand nine hundred forty seven to this day the case has never been solved for more than seventy years. The investigation Gatien went cold but in December of two thousand eighteen pawtucket police detective. Susan Cormier decided to reopen the case space. Her method has attracted notice for its innovation and common sense. She decided to include Rita's face name and Dan. Crime story in a pack of playing cards distributed to Rhode Island prisons. The cold case playing cards as they're known are intended to spark recognition or drought potential information among inmates Rita is the ace of spades. Thanks for listening to debate and true crime. I'm Vanessa Richardson for more stories. Like this checkout podcast hard cast original unsolved murders. Today and true crime is a park. Cast original you can find more episodes of today in true crime and all other podcast our cast originals for free on spotify. Not only to spotify already. Have all of your favorite music but now spotify is making it easy for you to enjoy all of your favorite podcast. Our cast originals like today true crime for free from your phone desktop or smart speaker to stream today and true crime on spotify. Just open the APP up and type today and true crime in the search bar at par cast grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. 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"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"She put her kids in the school. She made the home. She planted a garden. She got her license which was like a huge deal for her over time. Touring Allot so rita and the kids. It wouldn't seem for a while but when he did come home he was always going over there. To visit them really describes these times as more friendship base. There were still kind of figuring out their new roles in each other's lives lives. Bob was of course seeing other women. But there's always affection between her and Bob I like that. Yeah sometimes physical sometimes not but one thing that continued their musical relationship and trusting. Yeah many times Bob will come to visit. They'd sing or compose together. Apparently Rita actually helped him write a lot of the songs back then and as the kids were going up it became obvious that they shared the talent and passion of the family. So both of them of course really encouraged their kids and they would put on little like Marley shows as they called them in the cellar for friends and family. So with Bob Away as much as he was reading to find other friends and Amusements Schmidt Emmanuel own own Stewart who was known as tacky he was Jamaican soccer star. They developed a close friendship. which did not please Bob which is interesting? I was wondering during if something was going to be happening on her end with Saudi lt because she deserves a relationship right she does a stable one. She says that one time Bob Actually confronted tacky almost getting into a physical altercation and Baba's like you're sleeping with my wife. Ironically Bob shows up with a woman. He's sleeping within. has this fight like in front of her. So you know I guess he can screw whoever he wants but God forbid she does right so it's kind of like those incidents that led rita reaching her limit she says by nineteen seventy-three. Bob was just having so many public affairs. She didn't even want to be physically involved with him anymore. You know knowing he was having God knows however many other women at the same time his behavior also led to her taxis friendship turning into something more so he was really there for her. He saw what she was putting up with. Bob was concerned. He was not amused. So tacky. Really cared about the kids. It was there for them as well. You know anytime Baba's away. So there's there's very alarming and triggering and disappointing incident in the book. Sweat did want to warn people if you don't want to hear here's something negative. Go forward minute. Maybe so Rita says that. There's this incident in her words. She says that she was almost raped but she was definitely raped. She says at that point she'd really drawn the line with Bob. In regards to their sexual relationship it was over. She wanted nothing of it he he came over he wanted to have sex. She said no and she says he said you're my wife and I want to therefore it happened so she she says that happened and guess what no she gets pregnant so her third daughter. Stephanie was born in Nineteen Eighteen. Seventy four so because she was in these other relationships at the time and stuff some people including Bob Marley's mother claimed that Stephanie is not Bob but Bob always claimed her as her his own and Rita clearly believe so as well. I'm only adding name. Because I did more research on their kids online and I saw that okay. But tacky wasn't isn't even listed as a father. Another man is so I don't even know either way again. Bob Saw Stephanie is his and knowing he has super sperm. I'm not Indonesian it right. So Bob Asto providing for the family. They were working out there. ever-shifting relationships still having relationships with others. Rita Rita her own garden was becoming so successful that she ended up going into farming full-time. Nice Yeah Bob mcgarrell yeah. Bob Bought her. A farm agreed attended to it. She grew coconuts. nays bury's star apples oranges Avocados and more all organic and there was so much produce. Who says she had to give a lot away until Rita had a clever idea of opening up a little depot on hope road perfect? Yeah so bob was still there and always musician friends. So in Time Rita created the Queen of Sheba restaurant which was a huge success. It began as a juice bar but soon had an Donovan and they were creating more so this also helped to make read them more involved in Bob's life again in the kids as well 'cause she would bring them to hope road and they'd be there all day so things we're pretty good in their own way but as we know Rita does have this thing about wanting to be independent and at this point she starting to wonder you know. Should I divorce like like should we like. I don't know she you know she just wanted something of her own. She was feeling aimless. I guess a little bit. So this led Tarita joining a drama group that she describes as a light opera group and that led to read a singing again so from there she met up with some old friends. This who also some of Jamaica's top female singers Judi Moen and Marcia Griffiths who actually had a hit in the states called Electric Boogie and they performed together one night Eh. Marshes Greg's gigs. And the crowd went nuts and it incited that passion and read it again to be on stage so at the same time the whalers where ending their three album deal with island records and the other two wheelers weren't exactly happy with all the pr that had been done with the group. Going from the whalers to Bob Marley and the wailers was not something they agreed on and the other two members just decided to go their own way so that was really difficult for Bob but he pushed forward he kept the name found musicians. Got A new deal with island records just him and while recording his next album he asked Rita. Why don't you come down the studio? Bring your friends Martian Judy and when they got there they did backing work for a song he was working on at the time called natty. Dread and that session was so successful that it led to Bob asking asking the label if they would come on for the rest of the album if the getting compensated for it do you think they were actually read. It actually says says that in the book that Bob asked her like what how much and she was like. Whatever you're giving the other two so she stood up for herself off and yeah they were getting good pay and it was a huge deal for Rita indefinitely? Kind of reignited. Something there Bob then asked if Rita would come on tour with him singing on stage every every night and Rita and the girls who are now known as the I three they were on board and part of the band so thank God for Rita's and saving saving the day again agreed to take care of all these kids so they could go on tour they also had enough money now to hire a helper for her aunt and a friend took care of. Rita's restaurant yeah. Well she was away. Yeah so tour was a real exciting experience for Rita. She had done little ones before but now there were doing big ones. They had their own bus on hotel. Hotel rooms read insisted to be treated as one of the. I three not Mrs Marley Yup and even though she did still tend to Bob onto her she'd make sure his clothes were ready that he was eating properly and whatnot. She felt independent. They mainly toured Europe around this time usually for like three months at a time then they become home for a bit and and they were like that for the next seven years. Wow yeah also making albums inbetween. Of course I had no idea that their relationship had this kind of longevity yeah mazing and of course over seven years. There was lots of highs and lows. Their relationship went from something more to just friendship and back again again over time Bob would still bring his flings onto our times and when things were rough preteen them while also being super possessive of her what she she could and could not do on the road on Noyon Yeah. They're incidences where he would get jealous and acted irrationally over nothing and read it talks about having her two girlfriends friends in the band and how much that helped her greatly. Preda says sometimes on tour if we had an argument before the show and Bob wanted to apologize while we were performing wing. No woman no cry. He used that opportunity to come over to me. ONSTAGE put his arms around my shoulder sometimes with a kiss or a whisper and say say I love you in my ear. I was going to play that clip. But I'm going to play that at the end of the episode. I thought instead I play. Ah Ah tune that. Apparently Bob wrote four Rita to sing and it's called play play play. So let's play some Rita you. Yeah that.

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"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"She put her kids in the school. She made the home. She planted a garden. She got her license which was like a huge deal for her over time. Touring Allot so rita and the kids. It wouldn't seem for a while but when he did come home he was always going over there. To visit them really describes these times as more friendship base. There were still kind of figuring out their new roles in each other's lives lives. Bob was of course seeing other women. But there's always affection between her and Bob I like that. Yeah sometimes physical sometimes not but one thing that continued their musical relationship and trusting. Yeah many times Bob will come to visit. They'd sing or compose together. Apparently Rita actually helped him write a lot of the songs back then and as the kids were going up it became obvious that they shared the talent and passion of the family. So both of them of course really encouraged their kids and they would put on little like Marley shows as they called them in the cellar for friends and family. So with Bob Away as much as he was reading to find other friends and Amusements Schmidt Emmanuel own own Stewart who was known as tacky he was Jamaican soccer star. They developed a close friendship. which did not please Bob which is interesting? I was wondering during if something was going to be happening on her end with Saudi lt because she deserves a relationship right she does a stable one. She says that one time Bob Actually confronted tacky almost getting into a physical altercation and Baba's like you're sleeping with my wife. Ironically Bob shows up with a woman. He's sleeping within. has this fight like in front of her. So you know I guess he can screw whoever he wants but God forbid she does right so it's kind of like those incidents that led rita reaching her limit she says by nineteen seventy-three. Bob was just having so many public affairs. She didn't even want to be physically involved with him anymore. You know knowing he was having God knows however many other women at the same time his behavior also led to her taxis friendship turning into something more so he was really there for her. He saw what she was putting up with. Bob was concerned. He was not amused. So tacky. Really cared about the kids. It was there for them as well. You know anytime Baba's away. So there's there's very alarming and triggering and disappointing incident in the book. Sweat did want to warn people if you don't want to hear here's something negative. Go forward minute. Maybe so Rita says that. There's this incident in her words. She says that she was almost raped but she was definitely raped. She says at that point she'd really drawn the line with Bob. In regards to their sexual relationship it was over. She wanted nothing of it he he came over he wanted to have sex. She said no and she says he said you're my wife and I want to therefore it happened so she she says that happened and guess what no she gets pregnant so her third daughter. Stephanie was born in Nineteen Eighteen. Seventy four so because she was in these other relationships at the time and stuff some people including Bob Marley's mother claimed that Stephanie is not Bob but Bob always claimed her as her his own and Rita clearly believe so as well. I'm only adding name. Because I did more research on their kids online and I saw that okay. But tacky wasn't isn't even listed as a father. Another man is so I don't even know either way again. Bob Saw Stephanie is his and knowing he has super sperm. I'm not Indonesian it right. So Bob Asto providing for the family. They were working out there. ever-shifting relationships still having relationships with others. Rita Rita her own garden was becoming so successful that she ended up going into farming full-time. Nice Yeah Bob mcgarrell yeah. Bob Bought her. A farm agreed attended to it. She grew coconuts. nays bury's star apples oranges Avocados and more all organic and there was so much produce. Who says she had to give a lot away until Rita had a clever idea of opening up a little depot on hope road perfect? Yeah so bob was still there and always musician friends. So in Time Rita created the Queen of Sheba restaurant which was a huge success. It began as a juice bar but soon had an Donovan and they were creating more so this also helped to make read them more involved in Bob's life again in the kids as well 'cause she would bring them to hope road and they'd be there all day so things we're pretty good in their own way but as we know Rita does have this thing about wanting to be independent and at this point she starting to wonder you know. Should I divorce like like should we like. I don't know she you know she just wanted something of her own. She was feeling aimless. I guess a little bit. So this led Tarita joining a drama group that she describes as a light opera group and that led to read a singing again so from there she met up with some old friends. This who also some of Jamaica's top female singers Judi Moen and Marcia Griffiths who actually had a hit in the states called Electric Boogie and they performed together one night Eh. Marshes Greg's gigs. And the crowd went nuts and it incited that passion and read it again to be on stage so at the same time the whalers where ending their three album deal with island records and the other two wheelers weren't exactly happy with all the pr that had been done with the group. Going from the whalers to Bob Marley and the wailers was not something they agreed on and the other two members just decided to go their own way so that was really difficult for Bob but he pushed forward he kept the name found musicians. Got A new deal with island records just him and while recording his next album he asked Rita. Why don't you come down the studio? Bring your friends Martian Judy and when they got there they did backing work for a song he was working on at the time called natty. Dread and that session was so successful that it led to Bob asking asking the label if they would come on for the rest of the album if the getting compensated for it do you think they were actually read. It actually says says that in the book that Bob asked her like what how much and she was like. Whatever you're giving the other two so she stood up for herself off and yeah they were getting good pay and it was a huge deal for Rita indefinitely? Kind of reignited. Something there Bob then asked if Rita would come on tour with him singing on stage every every night and Rita and the girls who are now known as the I three they were on board and part of the band so thank God for Rita's and saving saving the day again agreed to take care of all these kids so they could go on tour they also had enough money now to hire a helper for her aunt and a friend took care of. Rita's restaurant yeah. Well she was away. Yeah so tour was a real exciting experience for Rita. She had done little ones before but now there were doing big ones. They had their own bus on hotel. Hotel rooms read insisted to be treated as one of the. I three not Mrs Marley Yup and even though she did still tend to Bob onto her she'd make sure his clothes were ready that he was eating properly and whatnot. She felt independent. They mainly toured Europe around this time usually for like three months at a time then they become home for a bit and and they were like that for the next seven years. Wow yeah also making albums inbetween. Of course I had no idea that their relationship had this kind of longevity yeah mazing and of course over seven years. There was lots of highs and lows. Their relationship went from something more to just friendship and back again again over time Bob would still bring his flings onto our times and when things were rough preteen them while also being super possessive of her what she she could and could not do on the road on Noyon Yeah. They're incidences where he would get jealous and acted irrationally over nothing and read it talks about having her two girlfriends friends in the band and how much that helped her greatly. Preda says sometimes on tour if we had an argument before the show and Bob wanted to apologize while we were performing wing. No woman no cry. He used that opportunity to come over to me. ONSTAGE put his arms around my shoulder sometimes with a kiss or a whisper and say say I love you in my ear. I was going to play that clip. But I'm going to play that at the end of the episode. I thought instead I play. Ah Ah tune that. Apparently Bob wrote four Rita to sing and it's called play play play. So let's play some Rita you. Yeah that.

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"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Is The music thing ever going to workout. Are we ever going to get out of my aunt's house by Nineteen seventy-one Rita who was pregnant again and things still weren't looking up in case you're wondering by now Rastafarians do not believe in birth control or abortion so wall. She did not want to add another hungry mouth into the family her beliefs gotten away of that. I guess hey baby number four so to deal with this situation. Rita thought it was best to get out of her poor aunt's house. Who at this point was going nuts at the idea of having another person to help support Rita Rita was to move to Delaware with Bob's mother? Their two daughters was gonna stay behind with her aunt. Yeah exactly what happened. Happened with Bob and Rita when they had to be separated from their parents. It sucks. It's yeah yeah yeah so she she couldn't be with our Kids Zeki or she did take ziggy actually to Delaware he was young. So Bob and the girls were supposed to come later so immediately started working as a nurse when she got to Wilmington. Yes okay but that wasn't enough to pay the bills so she also did housework until she got a job Bob as a live in nurse slash housekeeper for this rich Old Lady. Unfortunately dreams of Bob joining her were dashed when Bob received a draft notice. So because has he had taken out citizenship papers few years before the. US like they wanted him in the military. and Bob wasn't up for that. So the idea of him joining wing her was squashed. Oh my God yeah besides that Baba's desperately wanting to pursue his dreams. Rita says he was writing songs constantly. Really he was writing about her two songs like talking blues. My baby is gone. Baby come on home all those kind of written in that period so as the months when on Rita came closer to her due date and she had never felt more alone. She's out there with Bob's family who are nice. But but it's still like in-laws the distance between her Imbaba's really killing her and affecting their relationship for the first time she was really sensing no optimism for their our future. You know she had a good relationship with his parents but they were kind of old school and she felt that she was being taken advantage of at times. It wasn't an equal partnership. Let's put it that way. So this is a really depressing period for her. She really worked hard until her baby was due and their second son Steven was born April Twentieth Nineteen Seventy-two you right away. She began writing home trying to figure out how to go back there but newsroom. There is also troubling. She learned her from her aunt. That things with Bob weren't so oh good Baba's delivering with the girls. But her aunt said that they're a Nike. Wouldn't even show up. You know he wouldn't come home at all. Yeah one read. It did come home a few months later. She learned. Bob have been dating not WanNa to other women while she was away. Apparently these relationships had actually began begun before Rita laughed. Because guess what but both of those women were pregnant. Oh my goodness clearly bob has like super sperm. So Rita had their son. In April a woman in Pat Williams and Janey hunt had two more boys of Bob's in May -Kay in the book. Rita says I was very upset to learn about all of this though it's common in Jamaica but since then I've come to love both of these boys to think of them as my son wicked cool. Yeah so Rita's on the fence here about like. Should I step away from Bob. Like I'm hurting a lot over this. Do we have a future as a couple you know. Their finances says are up in the air. This is what Rita says in the book. Even though I was in so much pain I did not want to lose my husband I asked myself. Can I hold out I. I knew he loved the kids as much as I did but he was distracted. Because of the pressures there is just too much. Mix up where there's weakness. I have to be strong. I thought strong for the kids. Even if I'm angry as hell Bob I have to be strong for him. I felt I had to take the lead and that we had to try to be friends because we were partners. Now we we're forever connected. We are family. Yeah that sounds that sounds about right. Yeah that like from what I've learned learned about her so far and just I guess how women deal with these kinds of situations in general kind of a little bit of self preservation as well to take that step. Sure for sure and you. You're going to remember reading twenty-five dealing with all this right. She's got what four kids no money. Poor she feels like she has to stick it out. What other option option? Is there really right. So also if she's kind of intuit Ding Bob still having any kind of success. Then yeah you know you don't don't WanNa. Some good news was on the Horizon Bob. Man Named Chris Blackwell. He was the owner of island records. Chris Chris saw that there is talent there and want to try to help him so he gave the whaler some money to go into the studio and put together an album. A deal was finally incite. Blackwell Blackwell have bought a big rundown house that had some acreage and some outbuildings setup and it became sort of hang out rehearsal space for all the musicians and after after the first release they arranged it so bob takeover the property and eventually own the entire piece of land so that was passed onto Bob as final payment payment for his share of the deal that the wheelers signed with island records off. So finally Bob had this house not only that it wasn't entrenched town but in a Kinda swanky area they never imagined being but Rita Foley really apprehensive about it though since it was more of a communal space and with the other whalers is there she says you know there was always girls there and things going on so she didn't really want her kids to be in that environment either so she cited. I'm GONNA hold back. I mean awaited out. I'm going to see how things go. But she would still go there like every day and hang out and everything so the whalers first album catcher fire was an instant hit and the beginning of have really incredible. Things toured England the states. They were opening for like slides family stone in Vegas in Jamaica. They were instant celebrities. Women began moving into the house. Like I said and Rita wasn't stupid. She knew what they wanted. They wanted. She so levelheaded about it though but she says I don't WanNa put put it entirely in a negative way since this opportunity made it possible for him to create what he did so like she knew I guess equal balance right. Good things is come not so good things well you know. He's lucky that he married somebody. So level headed chart and mature because like Yep if it would have been another woman with any kind of other temperament like he would have been in exactly exactly so yeah. Rita was going to the house like for every day. It was house on hope road. I'm going to call it. Hope road from now on so I wanted to make sure that was obvious. She says like Bob didn't even sleep there. There's some nights. He was going home to read a couple of nights a week. He would stay at the. Hope roadhouse or somewhere else other nights money started to roll in and Arita says that Bob was always very generous and always made sure that his family had everything they needed. Bob Kept trying to convince me to to move into the house but that there was little space on the promises that the family could have you know alone and as Rita puts it at this point though I wanted my independence. I wanted to leave if trench town. Yes but not at the expense of myself respect yet. Yeah so what did. She finally started looking for housing outside of her aunt's house. And outside of Bob's place for her and the kids. So Bob wasn't super keen on this but Bob screwing half the women in Jamaica and doesn't have a leg to stand on at this point so he agrees to give the money for her to find a new place so at this point Bob is with a woman named Esther Anderson who was a model in a photographer that I was working with the whalers. And I'm sorry right how she APP for Rita. That one's got hurt. Oh God yeah all of his women were just just unbelievable honestly you can find so many photos of him with other women to so. This woman was helping the record label and the label was using him for her and Bob's relationship as PR. Okay Yeah So. The home that Rita found for them was pretty awful at the time though it was hard to get to. It had no lights no water but that is how strongly lead reading wanted her independence and so on moving day. She stopped by hope road with the kids to kind kind of let bob no like okay. We're like we're moving now. This is where we're moving. And when she got there she ended up having a confrontation with Esther says that Esther answered the door. Baba's sleeping astro got mad at her and was like why are you here. The men sleep and obviously being the wife of the man readers like. Who Do you think you're talking to and Rita actually says that esther was yelling at her? Why don't you stop breathing? All you do is breed. Bob Needs a career. Let him have his life like all this shit before Bob. Bob Finally woke up hearing these women yelling and this all happened in front of the poor kids so rita was like really frazzled. Really upset she was. He's like I'm out of here and that night. She says that Bob actually came to the place and she actually really felt good about it even even again that the place wasn't great but she was like on her own. She was standing up for herself. It was like the first time she truly felt like an adult. They soon got utilities. They were the first in the neighborhood to get them. And that led to the whole community getting them so it was like a victory for ya. Rita's also standing up for her kids telling Bob exactly like what this is. What your family needs? And again he always provided there was never an argument over that and Baba's still paying attention. He would bring her gifts like fruit flowers chocolate. So this is where. It's kind of confusing. Because like it's like they still have a relationship. It's shifting into a different one but I think they were still like intimate sometimes TMZ but then not other times and she understood as she put it that these women were for a time and she was for a lifetime. That's how she she saw it. I think esther was the only one she ever had a confrontation with after that. She says that she made sure to not get in contact with any of them. and Bob made sure their paths wouldn't cross so out of respect to her like he wouldn't flaunt it in her face. Come will I guess something's she. She says it did still hurt at times. Other times their relationship would be going so well that she wouldn't even think about these other women so rita was really embracing her independence though..

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"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Is The music thing ever going to workout. Are we ever going to get out of my aunt's house by Nineteen seventy-one Rita who was pregnant again and things still weren't looking up in case you're wondering by now Rastafarians do not believe in birth control or abortion so wall. She did not want to add another hungry mouth into the family her beliefs gotten away of that. I guess hey baby number four so to deal with this situation. Rita thought it was best to get out of her poor aunt's house. Who at this point was going nuts at the idea of having another person to help support Rita Rita was to move to Delaware with Bob's mother? Their two daughters was gonna stay behind with her aunt. Yeah exactly what happened. Happened with Bob and Rita when they had to be separated from their parents. It sucks. It's yeah yeah yeah so she she couldn't be with our Kids Zeki or she did take ziggy actually to Delaware he was young. So Bob and the girls were supposed to come later so immediately started working as a nurse when she got to Wilmington. Yes okay but that wasn't enough to pay the bills so she also did housework until she got a job Bob as a live in nurse slash housekeeper for this rich Old Lady. Unfortunately dreams of Bob joining her were dashed when Bob received a draft notice. So because has he had taken out citizenship papers few years before the. US like they wanted him in the military. and Bob wasn't up for that. So the idea of him joining wing her was squashed. Oh my God yeah besides that Baba's desperately wanting to pursue his dreams. Rita says he was writing songs constantly. Really he was writing about her two songs like talking blues. My baby is gone. Baby come on home all those kind of written in that period so as the months when on Rita came closer to her due date and she had never felt more alone. She's out there with Bob's family who are nice. But but it's still like in-laws the distance between her Imbaba's really killing her and affecting their relationship for the first time she was really sensing no optimism for their our future. You know she had a good relationship with his parents but they were kind of old school and she felt that she was being taken advantage of at times. It wasn't an equal partnership. Let's put it that way. So this is a really depressing period for her. She really worked hard until her baby was due and their second son Steven was born April Twentieth Nineteen Seventy-two you right away. She began writing home trying to figure out how to go back there but newsroom. There is also troubling. She learned her from her aunt. That things with Bob weren't so oh good Baba's delivering with the girls. But her aunt said that they're a Nike. Wouldn't even show up. You know he wouldn't come home at all. Yeah one read. It did come home a few months later. She learned. Bob have been dating not WanNa to other women while she was away. Apparently these relationships had actually began begun before Rita laughed. Because guess what but both of those women were pregnant. Oh my goodness clearly bob has like super sperm. So Rita had their son. In April a woman in Pat Williams and Janey hunt had two more boys of Bob's in May -Kay in the book. Rita says I was very upset to learn about all of this though it's common in Jamaica but since then I've come to love both of these boys to think of them as my son wicked cool. Yeah so Rita's on the fence here about like. Should I step away from Bob. Like I'm hurting a lot over this. Do we have a future as a couple you know. Their finances says are up in the air. This is what Rita says in the book. Even though I was in so much pain I did not want to lose my husband I asked myself. Can I hold out I. I knew he loved the kids as much as I did but he was distracted. Because of the pressures there is just too much. Mix up where there's weakness. I have to be strong. I thought strong for the kids. Even if I'm angry as hell Bob I have to be strong for him. I felt I had to take the lead and that we had to try to be friends because we were partners. Now we we're forever connected. We are family. Yeah that sounds that sounds about right. Yeah that like from what I've learned learned about her so far and just I guess how women deal with these kinds of situations in general kind of a little bit of self preservation as well to take that step. Sure for sure and you. You're going to remember reading twenty-five dealing with all this right. She's got what four kids no money. Poor she feels like she has to stick it out. What other option option? Is there really right. So also if she's kind of intuit Ding Bob still having any kind of success. Then yeah you know you don't don't WanNa. Some good news was on the Horizon Bob. Man Named Chris Blackwell. He was the owner of island records. Chris Chris saw that there is talent there and want to try to help him so he gave the whaler some money to go into the studio and put together an album. A deal was finally incite. Blackwell Blackwell have bought a big rundown house that had some acreage and some outbuildings setup and it became sort of hang out rehearsal space for all the musicians and after after the first release they arranged it so bob takeover the property and eventually own the entire piece of land so that was passed onto Bob as final payment payment for his share of the deal that the wheelers signed with island records off. So finally Bob had this house not only that it wasn't entrenched town but in a Kinda swanky area they never imagined being but Rita Foley really apprehensive about it though since it was more of a communal space and with the other whalers is there she says you know there was always girls there and things going on so she didn't really want her kids to be in that environment either so she cited. I'm GONNA hold back. I mean awaited out. I'm going to see how things go. But she would still go there like every day and hang out and everything so the whalers first album catcher fire was an instant hit and the beginning of have really incredible. Things toured England the states. They were opening for like slides family stone in Vegas in Jamaica. They were instant celebrities. Women began moving into the house. Like I said and Rita wasn't stupid. She knew what they wanted. They wanted. She so levelheaded about it though but she says I don't WanNa put put it entirely in a negative way since this opportunity made it possible for him to create what he did so like she knew I guess equal balance right. Good things is come not so good things well you know. He's lucky that he married somebody. So level headed chart and mature because like Yep if it would have been another woman with any kind of other temperament like he would have been in exactly exactly so yeah. Rita was going to the house like for every day. It was house on hope road. I'm going to call it. Hope road from now on so I wanted to make sure that was obvious. She says like Bob didn't even sleep there. There's some nights. He was going home to read a couple of nights a week. He would stay at the. Hope roadhouse or somewhere else other nights money started to roll in and Arita says that Bob was always very generous and always made sure that his family had everything they needed. Bob Kept trying to convince me to to move into the house but that there was little space on the promises that the family could have you know alone and as Rita puts it at this point though I wanted my independence. I wanted to leave if trench town. Yes but not at the expense of myself respect yet. Yeah so what did. She finally started looking for housing outside of her aunt's house. And outside of Bob's place for her and the kids. So Bob wasn't super keen on this but Bob screwing half the women in Jamaica and doesn't have a leg to stand on at this point so he agrees to give the money for her to find a new place so at this point Bob is with a woman named Esther Anderson who was a model in a photographer that I was working with the whalers. And I'm sorry right how she APP for Rita. That one's got hurt. Oh God yeah all of his women were just just unbelievable honestly you can find so many photos of him with other women to so. This woman was helping the record label and the label was using him for her and Bob's relationship as PR. Okay Yeah So. The home that Rita found for them was pretty awful at the time though it was hard to get to. It had no lights no water but that is how strongly lead reading wanted her independence and so on moving day. She stopped by hope road with the kids to kind kind of let bob no like okay. We're like we're moving now. This is where we're moving. And when she got there she ended up having a confrontation with Esther says that Esther answered the door. Baba's sleeping astro got mad at her and was like why are you here. The men sleep and obviously being the wife of the man readers like. Who Do you think you're talking to and Rita actually says that esther was yelling at her? Why don't you stop breathing? All you do is breed. Bob Needs a career. Let him have his life like all this shit before Bob. Bob Finally woke up hearing these women yelling and this all happened in front of the poor kids so rita was like really frazzled. Really upset she was. He's like I'm out of here and that night. She says that Bob actually came to the place and she actually really felt good about it even even again that the place wasn't great but she was like on her own. She was standing up for herself. It was like the first time she truly felt like an adult. They soon got utilities. They were the first in the neighborhood to get them. And that led to the whole community getting them so it was like a victory for ya. Rita's also standing up for her kids telling Bob exactly like what this is. What your family needs? And again he always provided there was never an argument over that and Baba's still paying attention. He would bring her gifts like fruit flowers chocolate. So this is where. It's kind of confusing. Because like it's like they still have a relationship. It's shifting into a different one but I think they were still like intimate sometimes TMZ but then not other times and she understood as she put it that these women were for a time and she was for a lifetime. That's how she she saw it. I think esther was the only one she ever had a confrontation with after that. She says that she made sure to not get in contact with any of them. and Bob made sure their paths wouldn't cross so out of respect to her like he wouldn't flaunt it in her face. Come will I guess something's she. She says it did still hurt at times. Other times their relationship would be going so well that she wouldn't even think about these other women so rita was really embracing her independence though..

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"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

12:39 min | 1 year ago

"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Well for this episode. I read Rita Marley's book. She wrote a memoir in two thousand thirteen gene called no woman. No cry my life with Bob. Marley fairly recent yeah. I liked that so her book isn't always written in the order. That things happened and I've done my best to put it in the order. Some things may be a little out of line but this is all her story and you know do my best to make part of the researching process I appreciate when a book is Non Linear it does give it a little bit of extra. I mean I like them both but I think it does make more sense when we do take what we've read and we do put it in a linear fashion and follow that kind of Schema of early life and and up until when they met their roster bs all right and it does make for an interesting breed when they do that. Yeah all right well Rita Marley. She was born Alfa Reta Constantia Anderson on July twenty fifth nineteen forty six in Cuba but she grew up in a neighborhood in a neighborhood called. Trench town. Which is located in Kingston Jamaica is in the one that Bob was always singing about in Bob? They they lived there together. All right in her book she describes the neighborhood as a ghetto that was full of thugs thugs and thieves killers. Sex Workers Gamblers but along with some of the bad was a lot of good and she learned very early on how to survive. And to do so you you have to be smart. You have to be ambitious. You have to be strong so those are really important things to her so anita was five years old. Her mother left so it was her father along with her brother Wesley. His name was Leroy Anderson. He was a carpenter and a musician and and his sister Viola agreed to take him and his kids in to live with her so she was really close to Viola and her grandmother growing up as well. So Rita's aunt sounds like a really great woman an incredible role model. She was a dressmaker of wedding clothes. And and they lived in one of the nicest houses in the neighborhood. Viola was the neighbor. Go to for any issues. She helps solve them. She created a weekly lottery three for the neighborhood where they would all put their money in and they would have a draw at the end of each week and she made sure everyone in the area voted as well so she was a really awesome Head of her time kind of woman. Great now reader's own. Mother never acted like one so having viola there she really got the love and you know female attention that she needed growing up. She was sort of her surrogate mother. Viola was also musical. She sang in the church choir and her uncle. Cleveland was also a singer so it was quite a musical family reader herself. How voice so very early on Viola was teaching her songs putting her in the church choir? All of that Jamaica had two radio stations and on Saturday one of them had a program called opportunity knocks where people all over would be giving opportunities that they were searching searching for so when Rita was ten she got on the show and she got to sing and won the contest. Oh Yeah so from that day on. Rita had the stream of being a singer. So things aren't always easy growing up though. Rita learned early on very early on about discrimination at school. The kids called her. Blackie toot suit. Because she had very dark skin in very white teeth oh so she talks on the book about Jamaica having this really long history of color consciousness racial struggle even just skin tones matter okay So it was also difficult for families to stay together and keep afloat financially. So what would happen was usually in Jamaica one or more family members would move to places just like the US or the UK for opportunities and then send money home to help the family back home. So when Rita was approaching her teen years her father decided go to England to help the family so reader and her brother assumed that they would be sent for in about a year or two but finances made that impossible. Her father other did keep in touch but she didn't see him again for more than ten years. How so this made her relationship with her aunt all the more important? She writes anti meant so much to me because she gave me the reason to be a tower of strength. She gave me that ambitious feeling. She'd say just because your mother left you and your father's gone doesn't mean you'll be nobody. I'm anti you're going to be someone anti so. When she was fourteen another passed away and she had a son who's eleven named Constantine or they call them Dream Walker and he came to live with them as well so they had grown up together and they were really close and her aunt had begun to teach them how to harmonize so in the evenings they would listen to the radio and perform all the songs together? They would get a station for Miami. That played things like Otis Redding Sam Cooke Tina Turner the supremes so all the goodies from America would influence her as well as the Scott downs of trench town. So her Jayme. We're getting so good that they began performing for the neighbors at half a penny apiece half a penny in Jamaica. The public education system is only free through elementary school but not everyone gets a full education. It was really interesting reading her book and Learning About Jamaica and you know from the forties onward and their progress and things they really fascinating book for anyone who wants to read more about that. It was really interesting so rita ended up getting a half scholarship and her aunt agreed to help pay for for the other half amazing. Yes she said that after a while they had coupled trouble though keeping up with the schoolbooks lunch money and all that so her brother Wesley who was in college at the time he got a day job and continued his schooling at night in order to help Rita. Wow yeah so by seventeen. They felt a responsibility though to pay her own way because she'd been living off her aunt for so long and her brother now so while she still wanted to be a singer she knew that she had to also be practical so she left high school and went straight into nursing school and she also enrolled in night school to learn shorthand and and typing in hopes of getting a secretarial job. So Rita's really on a path of making something for ourselves. So what should happen to sidetrack. All this she Meets a guy gets pregnant. You're right so she just begun weakening at Kingston's hospital than at eighteen years old. She gets pregnant. Rita talks about how much shame she felt. Teenage sexuality was just not something the thing that was okay. Yeah and her aunt was really disappointed in her family. Felt the same and they sent the boy off to England which was another huge huge blow for Rita so she says you know. They weren't love and they wanted to keep the baby. Though everyone around them was insisting she terminate but she refused and in November member of nineteen sixty four nineteen year old Rita had her first child who she named Sharon so though her aunt look good at that was her choice. Yes and she interesting that she had the in a way an option. Yeah and that's that was her choice. I was okay. Hey good and of course. Even though her aunt was not happy about the situation once Sharon arrived she fell in love with her. And things got better so with read out of school and not working in her main focus was her daughter and music pearn dream. We're still constantly singing at home and a girlfriend of hers named Arlene began to join them so they kind of formed this group. They were big fans of a group that were in Jamaica called the whaling whalers who were also a trio though three men and they were quoted not far from where she lived lived so she made it a mission to meet them they would pass her house on the way to the studio and she began to talk to them until one day she was like. I'm also a singer. Did you ever go on a mission mission to meet opposition. That's why did I remember those days. Like seeing a photo of someone or listening to to abandon then like making it my mission to either meet them or befriend them and then and then accomplished with an accomplishing it. Of course best feeling ever yes. That happened happen many times. That was my entire team years so she was like gamma singer and they were like Oh like why. Don't you perform for us so one of Wailers Robbie who come to the studio audition. Here's this man. Known as Sir Cox owner who owned one of the recording studios in town some raiders. He does father's friends also knew this cock zone man so it was set up for her and her friend and cousin to go and audition sing some songs for him and for the whalers so robby played guitar for them. It went really well so rita. Marlene and dream became the backing vocal team for the studio. Oh a side note about dream. He was only thirteen happening and the guys decided he needed a new nickname because they said only old men have dreams. The young men have visions so he became vision. That's cute yeah so rita talks of studio one being this wonderful creative space where everyone had a voice and a creative energy was just so wonderful. They'd be there all day and night but no one would complain because it was just so much fun right. They were now the whalers backing backing vocals but they also did backing work for other musicians. Who would come to the studio so they became known as the sole? Let's Cox suggested that Robbie helped train rain and rehearse them in this rita began having some feelings for this man. So this man is named Robert Nesta Marley. So Robert Moore Bob Bob as we know him. Bob was born on February. Six nineteen forty five. His father was captain Norval Sinclair Marley. A white retired hired British naval captain. who was close to sixty years old when he impregnated Bob's mother sadullah Malcolm who was only seventeen at the time? Yeah Yeah So. By the time city. They called her was linked stare. I don't know what you're saying. That by the time city was nineteen. She was married impregnated and ambandoned abandoned by the captain. Course Yep according to read Bob Claim team only ever met his father wants but like Rita he had this extended family on his mother's side. Who helped raise him? Yeah so Rita says that at first. Her relationship with Bob was more affectionate in a brother. Sister type type of way she was a young mother. Shouldn't exactly know how to navigate that situation and she really did feel all this shame of being an unwed teenage mom so she kept her child a secret from everyone at the studio but one day she was working. and run of. Rita's breasts started to leak. And Bob I noticed and she says he immediately started asking questions about the child. Is it a boy or girl. Where is she? Why did you keep her a secret? Where's the father can meet her so she says she felt concern and care coming from him and she was really impressed? Considering Bob was also still a teenager at this point he lives a year older than Rita. That's only during with the age. Difference was cool so right now I'd say they're like nineteen twenty. She says his interest in her child made her feel proud instead of ashamed and he told her go take a break go home feed Sharon that he would see her later and he did. He showed up at her house that evening so he could meet baby Sharon right so it was that moment that redes- feelings went from like a sisterly thing to something stronger and they became Kinda bonded. Sharon was about five months old and Rita was still corresponding with the father of Sharon. Who was in England? But Bob actually had issues with that and was like you gotTa stop..

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"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

12:39 min | 1 year ago

"rita" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Well for this episode. I read Rita Marley's book. She wrote a memoir in two thousand thirteen gene called no woman. No cry my life with Bob. Marley fairly recent yeah. I liked that so her book isn't always written in the order. That things happened and I've done my best to put it in the order. Some things may be a little out of line but this is all her story and you know do my best to make part of the researching process I appreciate when a book is Non Linear it does give it a little bit of extra. I mean I like them both but I think it does make more sense when we do take what we've read and we do put it in a linear fashion and follow that kind of Schema of early life and and up until when they met their roster bs all right and it does make for an interesting breed when they do that. Yeah all right well Rita Marley. She was born Alfa Reta Constantia Anderson on July twenty fifth nineteen forty six in Cuba but she grew up in a neighborhood in a neighborhood called. Trench town. Which is located in Kingston Jamaica is in the one that Bob was always singing about in Bob? They they lived there together. All right in her book she describes the neighborhood as a ghetto that was full of thugs thugs and thieves killers. Sex Workers Gamblers but along with some of the bad was a lot of good and she learned very early on how to survive. And to do so you you have to be smart. You have to be ambitious. You have to be strong so those are really important things to her so anita was five years old. Her mother left so it was her father along with her brother Wesley. His name was Leroy Anderson. He was a carpenter and a musician and and his sister Viola agreed to take him and his kids in to live with her so she was really close to Viola and her grandmother growing up as well. So Rita's aunt sounds like a really great woman an incredible role model. She was a dressmaker of wedding clothes. And and they lived in one of the nicest houses in the neighborhood. Viola was the neighbor. Go to for any issues. She helps solve them. She created a weekly lottery three for the neighborhood where they would all put their money in and they would have a draw at the end of each week and she made sure everyone in the area voted as well so she was a really awesome Head of her time kind of woman. Great now reader's own. Mother never acted like one so having viola there she really got the love and you know female attention that she needed growing up. She was sort of her surrogate mother. Viola was also musical. She sang in the church choir and her uncle. Cleveland was also a singer so it was quite a musical family reader herself. How voice so very early on Viola was teaching her songs putting her in the church choir? All of that Jamaica had two radio stations and on Saturday one of them had a program called opportunity knocks where people all over would be giving opportunities that they were searching searching for so when Rita was ten she got on the show and she got to sing and won the contest. Oh Yeah so from that day on. Rita had the stream of being a singer. So things aren't always easy growing up though. Rita learned early on very early on about discrimination at school. The kids called her. Blackie toot suit. Because she had very dark skin in very white teeth oh so she talks on the book about Jamaica having this really long history of color consciousness racial struggle even just skin tones matter okay So it was also difficult for families to stay together and keep afloat financially. So what would happen was usually in Jamaica one or more family members would move to places just like the US or the UK for opportunities and then send money home to help the family back home. So when Rita was approaching her teen years her father decided go to England to help the family so reader and her brother assumed that they would be sent for in about a year or two but finances made that impossible. Her father other did keep in touch but she didn't see him again for more than ten years. How so this made her relationship with her aunt all the more important? She writes anti meant so much to me because she gave me the reason to be a tower of strength. She gave me that ambitious feeling. She'd say just because your mother left you and your father's gone doesn't mean you'll be nobody. I'm anti you're going to be someone anti so. When she was fourteen another passed away and she had a son who's eleven named Constantine or they call them Dream Walker and he came to live with them as well so they had grown up together and they were really close and her aunt had begun to teach them how to harmonize so in the evenings they would listen to the radio and perform all the songs together? They would get a station for Miami. That played things like Otis Redding Sam Cooke Tina Turner the supremes so all the goodies from America would influence her as well as the Scott downs of trench town. So her Jayme. We're getting so good that they began performing for the neighbors at half a penny apiece half a penny in Jamaica. The public education system is only free through elementary school but not everyone gets a full education. It was really interesting reading her book and Learning About Jamaica and you know from the forties onward and their progress and things they really fascinating book for anyone who wants to read more about that. It was really interesting so rita ended up getting a half scholarship and her aunt agreed to help pay for for the other half amazing. Yes she said that after a while they had coupled trouble though keeping up with the schoolbooks lunch money and all that so her brother Wesley who was in college at the time he got a day job and continued his schooling at night in order to help Rita. Wow yeah so by seventeen. They felt a responsibility though to pay her own way because she'd been living off her aunt for so long and her brother now so while she still wanted to be a singer she knew that she had to also be practical so she left high school and went straight into nursing school and she also enrolled in night school to learn shorthand and and typing in hopes of getting a secretarial job. So Rita's really on a path of making something for ourselves. So what should happen to sidetrack. All this she Meets a guy gets pregnant. You're right so she just begun weakening at Kingston's hospital than at eighteen years old. She gets pregnant. Rita talks about how much shame she felt. Teenage sexuality was just not something the thing that was okay. Yeah and her aunt was really disappointed in her family. Felt the same and they sent the boy off to England which was another huge huge blow for Rita so she says you know. They weren't love and they wanted to keep the baby. Though everyone around them was insisting she terminate but she refused and in November member of nineteen sixty four nineteen year old Rita had her first child who she named Sharon so though her aunt look good at that was her choice. Yes and she interesting that she had the in a way an option. Yeah and that's that was her choice. I was okay. Hey good and of course. Even though her aunt was not happy about the situation once Sharon arrived she fell in love with her. And things got better so with read out of school and not working in her main focus was her daughter and music pearn dream. We're still constantly singing at home and a girlfriend of hers named Arlene began to join them so they kind of formed this group. They were big fans of a group that were in Jamaica called the whaling whalers who were also a trio though three men and they were quoted not far from where she lived lived so she made it a mission to meet them they would pass her house on the way to the studio and she began to talk to them until one day she was like. I'm also a singer. Did you ever go on a mission mission to meet opposition. That's why did I remember those days. Like seeing a photo of someone or listening to to abandon then like making it my mission to either meet them or befriend them and then and then accomplished with an accomplishing it. Of course best feeling ever yes. That happened happen many times. That was my entire team years so she was like gamma singer and they were like Oh like why. Don't you perform for us so one of Wailers Robbie who come to the studio audition. Here's this man. Known as Sir Cox owner who owned one of the recording studios in town some raiders. He does father's friends also knew this cock zone man so it was set up for her and her friend and cousin to go and audition sing some songs for him and for the whalers so robby played guitar for them. It went really well so rita. Marlene and dream became the backing vocal team for the studio. Oh a side note about dream. He was only thirteen happening and the guys decided he needed a new nickname because they said only old men have dreams. The young men have visions so he became vision. That's cute yeah so rita talks of studio one being this wonderful creative space where everyone had a voice and a creative energy was just so wonderful. They'd be there all day and night but no one would complain because it was just so much fun right. They were now the whalers backing backing vocals but they also did backing work for other musicians. Who would come to the studio so they became known as the sole? Let's Cox suggested that Robbie helped train rain and rehearse them in this rita began having some feelings for this man. So this man is named Robert Nesta Marley. So Robert Moore Bob Bob as we know him. Bob was born on February. Six nineteen forty five. His father was captain Norval Sinclair Marley. A white retired hired British naval captain. who was close to sixty years old when he impregnated Bob's mother sadullah Malcolm who was only seventeen at the time? Yeah Yeah So. By the time city. They called her was linked stare. I don't know what you're saying. That by the time city was nineteen. She was married impregnated and ambandoned abandoned by the captain. Course Yep according to read Bob Claim team only ever met his father wants but like Rita he had this extended family on his mother's side. Who helped raise him? Yeah so Rita says that at first. Her relationship with Bob was more affectionate in a brother. Sister type type of way she was a young mother. Shouldn't exactly know how to navigate that situation and she really did feel all this shame of being an unwed teenage mom so she kept her child a secret from everyone at the studio but one day she was working. and run of. Rita's breasts started to leak. And Bob I noticed and she says he immediately started asking questions about the child. Is it a boy or girl. Where is she? Why did you keep her a secret? Where's the father can meet her so she says she felt concern and care coming from him and she was really impressed? Considering Bob was also still a teenager at this point he lives a year older than Rita. That's only during with the age. Difference was cool so right now I'd say they're like nineteen twenty. She says his interest in her child made her feel proud instead of ashamed and he told her go take a break go home feed Sharon that he would see her later and he did. He showed up at her house that evening so he could meet baby Sharon right so it was that moment that redes- feelings went from like a sisterly thing to something stronger and they became Kinda bonded. Sharon was about five months old and Rita was still corresponding with the father of Sharon. Who was in England? But Bob actually had issues with that and was like you gotTa stop..

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"rita" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"rita" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Rita tie ACA with coast canyon real-estate tells KNX she's not surprised the home went for so much. Find a home that you want in a certain area, you're willing to pay what needs to be paid to get it done. And that's what we're seeing. She says homebuyers are also willing to spend even more after buying a home to make repairs or clear pests the realtor who represented the buyers of this home told the Orange County. Register they're going to fix it up and live in it. Bernie Sanders who's spending the next few days meeting with supporters across California building to improve on his second place finish in California's democratic presidential primary back in two thousand sixteen when he finished behind Hillary Clinton. He starts in San Diego today. Then it's downtown Los Angeles tomorrow, wrapping things up in the bay area Sunday centers, of course, attending that rally in Westwood on Wednesday with university of California workers protesters are expected in Woodland Hills. Tomorrow night is a democratic congresswoman you'll had Omar speaks at a fundraising event held by local Muslim community. They're Jewish and conservative groups who choose her of antisemitism in a series of tweets and public comments. The Bank would is being held by. By the local council of American Islamic relations on American Islamic relations. And their spokesman Eugene fields tells KNX the council has condemned local hate incidents in Orange County, and the valley office was very quick to denounce the anti semitic images in those things, and you know, all Americans should support statements, denouncing anti-semitism as well as as Lama phobia and other forms of bigotry, really that should be the message is that all forms of bigotry should not be accepted event, you sold out with one hundred and fifty people on a waiting list freeway coming.

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"rita" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"rita" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Number fifteen Rita ORA. But you love me you will. Going now. Straw. Runaways? Back into. Every time. You want to say that? I'm sorry. Number fifteen this week on iheartradio. Countdown Rita ORA..

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"rita" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"rita" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Me Rita ORA forty. Instead of going now. Hello. Think of runaways. Every time. I guess too. Seven. Every time a postal. Avi. I want to spend. I wanna let you. Let you love me read.

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"rita" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"rita" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Rita, politician and with me now. Is Margaret Powell a retired, professor. Of education. Thanks for joining us today Margaret thank, you Well now from your? Study? Of Christian Science what have you learned about why it's, important for us to be. Careful about how we label, ourselves. And others When thinking about the study of Christian Science and overcoming a tendency to live with. Common labels as, identifiers of others and ourselves I recall an experience I had a number of years ago when studying at international Christian university Bettag Tokyo Japan at one point I found myself on a crowded bus going from a Tokyo suburb to a. Central, train station to make a connection as, I sat there again to hear anti-american slogans and disgruntled political remarks from a man standing feet away from me As you made his way through the crowded bus toward my sheet I began to pray with the bible verse in second Timothy one seven God has not given us a spirit of fear but power and of love and it was shown mine my thoughts focused on the, concept of us chat led to the first two powerful words of the Lord's prayer that Christ Jesus shared our father making, a long story short feeling of our oneness at the beloved children of God shuttle in. On me and helped me embrace not only myself but everyone around, me Having been coached by campus faculty and international advisers not to expect much assistance, in a public setting I knew that the standard track issue net country was once owned business and not get involved but the hour and the us in those prayers clearly helped me realize I, didn't have to accept human cultural notions labels bias and whatever we all needed was there for all of us not just, me but this man Well, at this point Then making the remarks shop right in front of me and started lighting matches dropping them one at a, time in my lap and he continued making comments about American. Intrusions in his country I sat each match, with my book bag and I brushed each one into the. Floor, of the bus Faster than I can tell this the embrace of truth from our father and from the us in the bible verse dot have not given us a spirit of fear it changed the scene bus drivers stopped the bus abruptly imagine the, back of the bus had moved through the crowd forward in such a. Way as to move this man towards the door and without a tug or a struggle right out the door at decided a, Bush door closed the bus took off the man from the. Back of the bus shown sheet and we, were off without further incident as if nothing had ever happened Wow, Margaret lit a powerful proof.

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"rita" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"rita" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"A sample of the human voice is a rich piece of unstructured data voice recordings can be turned into visualizations called spectra grams machine learning models can be trained to identify features of the spectra grams using this kind of strategy breakthroughs invoice analysis are happening at an amazing pace much like image recognition and product recommendations through collaborative filtering breakthroughs in voice technology are really astounding applying fairly basic machine learning tools rita singh researches voice at carnegie mellon university rita's work studies the high volume of latent data that is available in the human voice as she explains just a small fragment of a human voice can be used to identify who speaker is your voice is distinctive as your fingerprint rita is really excited about her work and in this episode you will see why some of the stuff is just mind blowing your voice can reveal explanations about your medical conditions features of the human voice can be strongly correlated with psychiatric symptoms severity and potentially things like heart disease cancer other illnesses the human voice can even suggest a person's physique your height your weight your facial features and if you think about it this kind of make sense because there are so many muscles that go into the production of the human voice and bones contribute to the musculature of those muscles that are contributing to the human voice so it makes sense that there is a very distinctive model of your physique that leads to your voice and it would be unsurprising if things like the level of dampness in your throat which could be correlated with a cancer or some other illness maybe.

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"rita" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"rita" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"And i said out of the movie he said no of her i said we help i don't think she's a very good actress and he said oh yeah i said yeah and that was the it then he said goodnight and uh somebody walks me to my car i honestly don't remember how that happened but i know that somebody woke me to my car and uh at all what yes i know what it is yet and that was that and i thought well yes yes very odd about two weeks later mr cain calls up again mr hughes would like to see rita again and now are really got worried he liked what he saw i guess i don't know so but since the other time absolutely no idea where this has go no you don't given the story so far i love it you have no idea of it right tell we got put this in the show so on this time i am told go to the airport to meet him at mike limon's restaurant do you remember that restaurant that looks like a that looked like a um i remember the name worldwide it was a restaurant at the airport that look like a um a an out of like a saucer flying saucer that's what it looked like utterly ex yeah while and actually it's still therethere's coast something else now the other thing when you pull in the parking lot that yes yes all right right right so oh this time a car came for me.

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"rita" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"rita" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Right was and i say this with with with affection he couldn't help what he was but he was really dole really he was so dull are so your driver log he would just say lack of the visit will is it old she it i didn't make that live in on stuff like that and i go did you went to the moon we went to the mall ruse resolve the show and the he added a reservation he added i thought you were gonna say an erection i don't trust you anymore you just a dirty dirty person you say it in a call me what was it goodness your hick hey adduced j hold man reservation so the maitre d' has been waiting to see rita moreno in the coming our way lead a moran always waiting to see elvis president who is who is with him and other that over the debtor may inject a damn cia headway during the way to re related to ovadia soffler truly bowing and scraping and and he really he was a very simple young man as a country boy and he didn't he would he would get that bowing scraping part he really didn't didn't see it no he's gonna see it on her you know he was so accustomed at that point he was already into his i think it was his third movie perhaps and actually the way i met him i forgot about this was at the studio.

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"rita" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"rita" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"And uh he will probably shake your hand and and that's that and i see this little obama is that this is doing obama's yet cry and whist when he was first the first time around and uh and we all segue okay fine and at the next night the called several names and they get decorated and then um my name was cold rita moreno and i i was controlled until i got up to the stage and he smiled a meteor hit a he has it dazzling saw and i just wrapped him an highway oh and i just edinburgh raised him and his wife was right smack in the front row and i just went sorry her her couldn't help myself it was a wonderful wonderful experience he's a dassler what a thing to have gone for because you were uh in washington just feet from dr king as he gave the i have a dream i was littered go from that to no it's it's just astonishing because it obama uh harry belafonte decided at the time just before that that amazing event happened that he wanted some hollywood people who were political at the time and and activists i he wanted them on the podium with the with the dr king also he just he won a very much for dr king to know that there were certain people in hollywood who really did care they weren't oblivious than they were in hollywood he you know that kind of thing and i was one of the people he invited because i'd been quite active at the time i had kind of discovered my political self at that time.

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"rita" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"rita" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Thank you mark my compatriot here good morning norman no good afternoon norman good afternoon to you sir and we are waiting for this is good somebody i'm working with after a lifetime i'm finally working with the philosophy cheese ever therapy you're not rbi god she's across the room and i didn't believe it how how did you hear like oh my god we were going to build an introvert to come through a door and right he has released two hundred i am the door she's turned down that glass window she turned it off hello read a darling highway cheater for fair it wouldn't be the first time does that happen all of my goodness it's still happens that's what's amazing so we cheetah west side story the ring the re the the ritz oh and yet cheetah rita it says it's still we're joined that the hip whether we like it an have you ever worked together we've done a couple of fund things together we actually did america together ones with bent mettler which was really something else he i imagine that's too much salimo on the frame say inec earning too much so it's great to be here so it's wonderful to have you here in its you know i mentioned a little bit ago that were doing something together we are doing on netflix a showed that listen to a tina version cards so for those of you who don't know rita moreno is as her name spirit moreno sounds uh from kouba well i'm really a puerto rican person that's why i said kubeck so that you could charisma like a corrected no no kouba like okay i got it now he says sneakily.

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"rita" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"rita" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Billion reserve actually written sewn together recently ugly yet with them josh alexander thabo some cool look how far we've come it's really nice piece of music written in his tracks from raises album if you check out all spotify playlist had the subject of com slash podcast slec this episode you'll find the link onto the playa be sure to keep up to speed with our guest latest activities a retail wilson dot com facebookcom rita wilson and twisted accomplish rita wilson you can visit joseph it facebookcom so did jacket and twisted accomplish so deger he can give a sheet fee button guess suggestions which is hideout two heats off okay on with the show his our chat with the very townsend charming with wilson no sooner detainees the the scene iranian and lina and thank you for joining us on the podcast it's fabulous to get a chance to chat with you thank you it's a pleasure to be here we'd be really came to speak with you actually because it seems like he rauner fascinating some right in journey rarely at the moments we thought well thank you i i think it's like a crash course in a let's songwriting r a but i feel that i'm pretty lucky it in in a certain sense because i am able to do things that i i really love to do i need to act in right produce and do music now which came jimmy rather late in life people always ask me you know did you always wanted to do this and the answer was always yes but i think when you're younger so many other things come into it you know fear.

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