36 Burst results for "Rosemary"

Fresh "Rosemary" from Doctor Health Radio Show

Doctor Health Radio Show

04:28 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh "Rosemary" from Doctor Health Radio Show

"Let's talk about the lavender, no knee lotion, which is a lot of people with experience, right? This is in different skin conditions. Feel relief of Carson Attic here, But you know, they do report relief. And there you go. Lots of testimonials on that. Tell us about some of the you know, antibacterial anti fungal properties. Well, we have We have three lotions. And then only Lavon lotion is 99%. No need fruit leather back in the water, Bates Because when you mix it with water it we will smell like blue cheese. We had a little bit of lavender for fragrant. But any kind of skin irritation. You apply it. It addresses it cramps. You can also use it for pain. It's the first motion we developed with the university wife for athletes. And it was a real eye opener. Working for them. How broad base of symptoms. Topically. It addresses any kind of communication cramping goes away. Pain goes away age spots with time It grows new skin. So what time if you use it regularly? Your age spots. Liver spot diminishing go away, So that was the first one. That was the first question. Okay. That's very broad day. We also have four people in pet. But the ever kill oceans and we saw problem is the icy heat. No need lotion in the sports formula, which are all plant based We've added a little bit of mental crystals from crystallized mint plant and careful oil from camper trees for penetration, and it is specifically for pain, but not for skin irritation. And people will arthritic paying five more as your carpal tunnel. Force injuries crafty Put it on boom. Pain goes away faster because it gets into the faster, you know. So these functions are not only eye openers, their nose openers to write because of exactly how I feel people when they have Cold coming on, and stuff knows that put on the chest because the vapors go up, but also helps me your lung condition because it makes the penetrate. So it's different usage. OK, but you would never use the icy heat ones on an animal because the middle camper home didn't know. Need lavender lotion. That's why our website We have labels with pet products of the 90 ft leather, which is the exact same if the people want and then no need elaborate lotion. There's a people label in the pet label. Same thing. But on animals it's yet you put it on this competition and addresses or skin irritations. Skin problems. Dixon, we're talking about prevention. Ah, lot of people have reported that the dogs and cats don't get pleased. If you use the known the lavender lotion, you put it on to actually drive them away right now. I've found. I have lots of cats and lots of dogs on the farm. We see to put their food and they eat it every day it gets in their system and actually the natural preventative. No but motion right on fixing, Please. They jump off. They leave. They don't like it. It's a Louis City to their bodies. I think that they leave, you know, but known he is very acidic as a fruit, But when you take it and makes you out the light Oh, but so that's what it does Interest Okay? And then finally, the No need. Bio bandage is a soft paste of known E alla Vera Gel and Rosemary. So tell us when we we would use that that was very specific for skin growth. Growth like you know, wards in tags, blemishes. You put it on. It dries hard. We recently made a local stable here for pastor horses. It had skin skin problems so they could put in the frog in the book, but he wouldn't drive party 80 tennis stays on. And it doesn't let Aaron it promotes spell growth, But you'll find like skin tags end up going away weren't shrinking. Go away, but you kind of skin blemish your skin growth. This was made for. Where's the lotions in a water based even cover your whole arm? Where's the bio bandages for small spot, But I mean, bro, you all right, so there's a difference in usage. And you can put a bandage over the bio bandage to wrap it in place. Okay, you know, so okay. All right way. Want you to stay on? So we need to do a little business and stay on the air here. But we'll take our last break and be back with more information for.

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"rosemary" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:29 min | 1 d ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"This is can't with the legendary vocalist songwriter. Producer and left handed. Bassist the irrepressible rosemary butler. I've known rose many years with linda. Ronstadt brought us together. And i was through design the kaaba for rosemary's latest album. Just watch me in a few moments. We will hear the stories behind a great work with bonnie raitt. Paul mccartney bob dylan rod stewart. Tina turner whitney houston. Rachel's them not even halfway through barry. Mind this stunning woman. Fronted her old go band an open for the rolling stones as a mezzo soprano with a full octave range. Rosemary is constant demand. She joins me now on the counts with bundled tiles and hilarious anecdotes. And it's all about collaborations with the greatest artists in rock jazz blues and soul. She is about to take on a journey between studios two of us is and backstage newly fascinated. Rosemary butler crafted her breathtaking vocals to great heights. She's a perfectionist withdrawal sense humor and you can tell from the clips skilfully woven into this podcast by jerry. Danielson the wizard in the virtual control room. I am chatting with the renowned vocalist songwriter and producer the inimitable rosemary butler heroin of classic arm and his and rocking melodies. So now we all together on the virtual couch off his own koshi..

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Governor blocks release of Charles Manson follower again

The KFBK Morning News

00:34 sec | 5 d ago

Governor blocks release of Charles Manson follower again

"The parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie Manhattan. Kfbk is Joni Jody Guerrero Reports. It's the fourth time a governor has blocked the release of the 71 year old. This is the second time Newsome has done it, matching the number of times Jerry Brown reversed it when he was governor, then helping is serving a life sentence for helping Manson kill Los Angeles grocer Leno LaBianca and his wife, Rosemary in 1969. Then how most 19 at the time then Helen's lawyers say they will appeal the reversal. Jody Guerrero news 93.1 kfbk Kristina before we get to the

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Governor nixes parole for Manson follower Leslie Van Houten

WBZ Morning News

00:38 sec | 6 d ago

Governor nixes parole for Manson follower Leslie Van Houten

"Of Charles Manson has her parole denied again. In July, a California panel recommended that Leslie van how to be paroled after serving nearly five decades in prison, saying she was suitable for release. And for the fourth time a California governor has denied parole. Governor Gavin Newsom said in his decision. That evidence evidence shows shows that that she she currently currently poses poses an an unreasonable unreasonable danger danger to to society society if if released released from from prison. prison. This This is is Newsome Newsome second second block. block. His His predecessor, predecessor, Jerry Jerry Brown, Brown, also also blocked blocked it twice in August. 1969 Manhattan 19 at the time help Manson and others kill Lino and Rosemary LaBianca in Los Angeles. She's serving a life sentence. Todd and

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Gov. Newsom reverses parole for Manson follower Leslie Van Houten

Scott Sloan

00:27 sec | 6 d ago

Gov. Newsom reverses parole for Manson follower Leslie Van Houten

"California, Gavin Newsom, reversing parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie van Outen. This is the fourth time A governor has blocked her release into two second time. Newsome is donit matching the number of times Jerry Brown reversed it as California governor Ban hot in doing a life sentence for helping Manson kill L, a grocer. Lena Laban, La Bianca and his wife, Rosemary Back in 1969

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Trump campaign files Nevada lawsuit over ballots

KOA Programming

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump campaign files Nevada lawsuit over ballots

"Claims of fraud in several states. They say they will prevail, even though most cases brought to court so far have been dismissed by judges for lack of evidence. In Nevada President Trump's campaign claims it has had success finding evidence of voter fraud that non Nevadans voted. And those who died years ago. Match lap is head of the American conservative Union that the rosemary Hartal in 2017. The other is the death of friend Stokes Junior in 2017. Miraculously, they both voted. And here in Arizona, the president's supporters are collecting affidavits of fraud that they say they will send to the White House. Alex Stone ABC News Alex Trebek died at

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5 Easy Steps to Better Health Using Essential Oils

The Essential Oil Revolution

06:24 min | Last month

5 Easy Steps to Better Health Using Essential Oils

"Today we have Jodi stern off Coen joining us, and for those that don't know, jody she has a bestselling author, an award winning journalist, functional practitioner and founder of Vibrant Blue Oils where she has combined her training in nutritional therapy and aromatherapy to create unique proprietary blends organic and wild crafted essential oils she's helped over fifty thousand clients heal from brain related challenges including anxiety insomnia, an auto immunity for the past ten. Years she has lectured at wellness centers been seen in the New York Times Wellness Mama Elephant Journal. An has become a top resource for essential oils education on the Internet today Jodi it is just fantastic to have you here with us today. How're you doing great and it's nice to connect with other essential ill people always yes. So Jodie, how did you come into the world of essential oils and specifically breen related issues? While I had kind of started my life as a journalist and then I started working business had my first kid who was easy had a second one twenty two months later less easy and it turned out it was nutrition that was really throwing off his little system, and so I spent so much time banging my head against the wall until I figured that out the one that I realized how important food was in. Terms of your mood, your energy, your ability to focus I went back and got a degree in nutrition was helping other people a Lotta MOMS but you know Kinzer squirmy and it's hard to keep them still the test them. So I learned this technique called missile testing that allowed they could deliver. It was still really an easy way to identify remedies which was helpful when my bottom fellow my man has been was bipolar. Antonio suicide and had to be moved to a residential treatment facility and the kids were five and seven, and once we got him all Seta. I collapsed my adrenals have been running a ten year marathon and it just it had taken a toll on me but that wasn't very sustainable because I was suddenly a single parent I had a job and. It no matter how exhausted I wear they still needed to be fed the laundry John need to be cleaned exactly. So it was then that a friend actually gifted me a box of essential hills because I had been trying everything I could think of all the things that have worked in the past really failed me and I was so desperate and and really so fatigued both physically, and mentally that I just muscled. Tested you know as anything in here, going to be helpful for measuring all's and my experience muscle testing is if something works, it's almost like it's a very loud signal and it was such a strong signalise league felt optimistic and I was like Oh you know identified five oils and then it occurred to me like what do I do this? I normally get one and I realized that I can combine them so i. Each oil and kind of combine them in the right amounts, put them on my adrenals on my lower back and for the first time in a month felt like myself again felt like Oh my God I go running. Do you have to remember what those five oils were by chance? Yeah. It's actually the combination that I now have in my adrenal gland it's time Rosemary Rosemary Stimulatory Manuka cinnamon and. Gabum in as you know oils ever powerful in their own but when you combine them, there's synergy that occurs. amplifies Fairfax, and so they're stimulatory oils but they seem to be adapted genetic Yeah. So you re rub them on the on your lower back over the dreams. Yeah. Man I just recently had this. Huge moment with oils. Again, you know you have them all the time you know you just keep having them and you're like Oh my God big things really do work and it was when I was cutting out coffee. Drinking how day in the morning which verdon normal person is probably fine. But for me, it was like really recognize system and so I just cut it out cold Turkey and I was. I. Was just I had Migraines I was just miserable and so yeah I. Busted out some oils and rub them on major knowles and then put like hot pack over top. And it really Mike would bring me back to life. It was it was an amazing feeling. So That's interesting that that was sort of your in for oils was it anyways it was so quick and I thought this is amazing. You know and also I had been working as a practitioner and you know someone's deficient in vitamin B wants an easy fix ray if you're trying to trigger your pineal gland or at least Melatonin were balanced hypo film, it's get into areas of the brain. That's tricky. There all these kind of low hanging fruit, easy things and then harder things and so once I had that experience of wow, is work then. I kind of was reverse engineering witched do right Oh. My Gut is really compromised I league. So makes sense that no matter what I'm taking three my digestion pathway isn't really getting a simulated but something I can topically apply that could sue the skin into the bloodstream immediately. So okay. That makes sense why the other remedies were working in while this worked really quickly right? Just sort of bypasses the gut there and that it makes total sense to me when I hear that that explanation of getting the oils into your bloodstream, which is gonNa then go to all these parts of your body really get in deepen in my mind it seems very. Pretty straightforward just like you would use any form of planned medicine or any sort of you're getting good stuff into your body and letting it do its job. But for a lot of people they just they can't look past essential oils is just things that smell good. You know. Later Cat Are concentrated plants and guess what plants and the derivative of plants are fifty percent of pharmaceutical drugs. That's really the basis for all of our Madison are just concentrated in somehow they've been diminished or kind of relegated to this weird around when they're really the core

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Mask Sprays & Advanced EO Chemistry

The Essential Oil Revolution

07:40 min | 2 months ago

Mask Sprays & Advanced EO Chemistry

"All right. I'm here with Amy Galloper. Who's a nationally celebrated Essential Oil Educator Advocate Entrepreneur formulator and consultant with over twenty years in the Beauty Space Amy teaches empowers and inspires others to use essential oils with a holistic approach that starts with mindfulness and reflection and leads to total well being amy was on my show back episode one nineteen to talk about. Oil and plant powered beauty, but for this episode and really excited to focus more on the deeper more advanced knowledge around essential oil chemistries. So I'm super blessed to have you here on the show us today amy, how are you? Well, thank you for inviting with Samantha I'm very honored to be here. I love talking about essential with us. This is great. Thank you for including me I'm excited to geek out with you wait well before we got on this call we. Were talking a little bit about masks sprays. So before we get into chemistry have to like, have you share with my audience, what you're doing with mask sprays that these days? Well, I've been using both the disposable, and then some cloth masks, and obviously the best thing to do is to have a cloth mask and wash it after you know every day if you use it like for an eight hour day, it's recommended that you wash it and in between if you. Work and you take it off and you WanNa kind of spray something on it to keep it clean but also to help keep you calm. Would I've been doing is I've been using ethanol. which is also like ever clear like high proof alcohol. So it's about one eighty, two, one, nine, one, ninety, proof alcohol and I'll put let's say if I have a one ounce bottle or two ounce bottle, I'll put half of it the alcohol, the other half distilled water, and then all use essential oils that I find are anti microbial antibacterial but also really relaxing and are not gonNA be too like A. And my respiratory because remember like your mask already is covering your breathing's reading more labor than it would be usually. So I tend to go with like you might think, oh, Eucalyptus would be great but honestly I try that and after breeding eucalyptus like straight, it was just like too much. You know what I mean so. I find like Sitra says, I've been using lavender I've been using mandarin grapefruit works create an i. just do a really. I. Don't get too crazy because it is right up in your nose and in your mouth but I have found like that lavender's been my main. I guess you would call it core oil and then I just lay around that. So like I'm used lavender I've done like one tiny drop of Rosemary and men I've done like Orange Mandarin or grapefruit or maybe both orange and grapefruit with that, and that's been kind of my Combo I've also tried to black spruce with some lavender which is Really Nice in orange. That's also been a nice thing. So I have something for calming and then something to just support my breathing. So it's kind of been my bank. Yeah, and so you mix those oils in with a is it all hall? You don't put any which as our water in there? No no I do do which I do I do which as I have bought it at Marine could use a hiker slack Schley I've just been using distilled water basically, what do I have like two ounces which is like what is at a quarter JAC? Great quarterback is two ounces. So like two ounces of. To fill my bottle. So one ounce would be alcohol and you could use I guess you could use vodka I guess that's what you have, and then you would use other ounce as water but the way I mix my essential oils in because I, want them to kind of dissolved. So what I'll do and I make sure that I mix everything in a glass bowl or a glass. or a drinking glass or something, and I'll put the alcohol first and then I'll add the essentials and since it's right up on my face in my mouth, I really keep the dilution really low. So only put in lake. I don't know maybe like five to six drops of lavender seven drops of lavender needy, and then I'll do maybe like one or two drops of Rosemary and maybe like. Six drops of orange six drops of grapefruit or something like that or maybe Al divide those in half due for of. For of great for you and then I'll fix stat in the alcohol. Make sure that it's all really well blended and then all slowly pour in distilled water and then I pour that mix it up, stir it, and then I pour that a my bottle put US spray bottle I'll shake the bottle and then what I do is I hold my mask up and I spray in the inside of the mask and the outside, and then I wave the Basque around just to light it, let it air out a little. Bit and then I'll put it on. So it's not like too intense on my face. Does that make Santa whole sense thank you so much for walking Mike Beyond walking step-by-step through that was so helpful because I keep seeing this around I'm like, okay. But what exactly are you doing with this and that was so helpful but I'm curious what do you really feel like mixing the essential wheels with the alcohol I like mixing it with a whisker some pain helps it versus just pouring in like shaking it all day. Yeah actually I do because once essential oils in water don't really mix very well whereas the essential oils will dissolve them alcohol really really well, another thing you could do you don't even put it in a glasses maybe fill your bottle right halfway with the alcohol. Then add your essential oils, put the lid on it, shake it, and then add the water to kind of top it off that would. Be Good like that's another thing and the alcohol to is helps just killing some of the germs in addition to helping it's more about the germ thing. Do you know 'cause we're breathing right out of our mouth also, there's obviously things that we want to be aware of their to absolutely fix. So that's how I think doing that procedure will just make the oils like dissolve better into the extra. Perfect awesome episode over that was great now Katie. We. Talked about some chemistry. That was perfect I. That can you explain I wanna get into some some chemistry here and get really deep into the different kinds of molecules and That make up essential oils like how do you sort of categorize these in your brain? Well, as we know, essential oils are composed of many many different molecules and chemical constituents. You said, some have upward of two hundred different components and others just have maybe one or two. You know something like Eucalyptus or lemon. You know they're primarily just made up a one or two or three different chemical constituents, different molecules, and it's important here that I just say 'cause I know we talk a lot about like you know chemicals are bad chemicals a bag here we're talking about chemicals being like what? In nature like what we understand as like the structure of molecules, and what we understand is chemical compounds that are existing in nature that are made up of atoms like oxygen and carbon

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Ready to Secure Your Financial Future?

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired

04:36 min | 2 months ago

Ready to Secure Your Financial Future?

"This article from Rosemary as I said, a VIP Audubon New York the tide love it is most Americans didn't tamper with their retirement savings even in the pandemic according to a study. Now, this is from Yahoo money. And this is encouraging. I think now this is coming from I see I. This is an Investment Company Institute and they are they represent regulated funds like mutual funds and ETF's electronic transfer funds, things of that nature but according to ICI only two percent, a 401k or other defined contribution plan participants stop contributing to their retirement in the first half of twenty twenty. Now as we all know it was around February marks arch really when the pandemic began to hit and things begin to shut down and shelter in place orders and things were placed around the country in different areas But here's the thing only two percent at that time. If we glanced back to the great recession, which happened in oh seven through nine, the there were four point nine, almost five percent of participants stop contributing to their retirement. Now the reality is this anybody that is saving for retirement is a long term thinker and planner, which means we know that regardless of what's going on in the world, the stock market is like that rollercoaster. You remember me talking about this retire inspired and I've talked about it. A lot of times on the show things are going to go up they're going to go down they're gonNA get Topsy Turvy. The bottom line is as because I invest long term I, don't really get too. Caught up in the short term situation, I keep my view on the thing out in front, and so it's important that that we have this mindset. Now, there were people that were impacted by the pandemic laid off furloughed or hours cut back In that case, a Lotta people did have to pause right because that's what you had to do. You had to go into conserve mode that's where you're onto things and looking at things a little bit different but look at this. Only. Fifteen of four one K. activity obviously was down in the second quarter but only fifteen point, six percent of the participants reported an outstanding loan that meant there were lower and fewer 401k loans which obviously make me happy. These loans are dangerous because if you lose or leave the job and have a one loan, that loan can be due and payable within sixty to ninety days. Well, let's think about this. You lose leave a job. What are you not have money? So the last thing you need is a loan coming due in the midst of trying to find another job. So 401k loans just complicates situations it makes life more stressful. Don't do it you know so the bottom line is this. I I liked this the the study. This these are promising numbers, Rosemary but the reality is as this we've got to make sure that we keep our guard up. We stay very focused and intentional, and if again you've gotta go into conservative mode, it's okay to pause but I wanna hit on something else if you end up having an emergency in the midst of this and you use your emergency fund. I want, did you hear me? You have to pause investing? You have to Paul Saving for college you've got to go back to baby step number three and begin to build up that fully-funded emergency fund. Now hold on because some of you are going. Okay. You went from basic math that like geometry Hogan, what do you? What do you? What are you talking about the Stub? The baby steps the foundational thing. Of all that we teach, which means baby step one, two, thousand dollars, you WanNa, get that thousand dollars in place. So you stop using debt. So if life were to happen a car repair home repair or whatever you, you've got money, you can reach for instead of credit card. Once you get that in place now you're going to attack debt with baby step number two, you're gonNA attack the debt smallest to. largest that's called the debt snowball approach and we're not worried about math. We're GONNA, WE'RE GONNA make payment minimum payments on all the other debts but I'm gonNA throw all extra money up the smallest and once I pay that off move down to the next debt. So smallest to biggest once you have that done now you're going to do what's called the fully-funded emergency fund of three to six months of expenses. Same intensity as you had attack in debt, but you're going to build up this emergency fund. Okay. Once you do that now you're going to begin to do multiple things at the

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Briana Holt is the Queen of Muffins

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

06:41 min | 3 months ago

Briana Holt is the Queen of Muffins

"BRIANNA welcome to most street. Thank you so much. Maybe we should start with a description of where you work because it's an old gas station turned into coffee shop pastry. Destination. So so what does it look like and what is it like working at? Gas? Station. It's really beautiful. It's like a big white building. It's got that kind of awning out front like it was never actually gas station. It was actually a body shop they worked on brakes and shocks and cars they would lift him up inside that kind of thing. So it has that really beautiful sixties shape to it. You know it's kind of wide and lots of front window big windows in the front and a big awning out front into the parking lot. So there's a lot of room to hang out there the light streams in and it's basically a big open space that we built a kitchen. So you have this. Vote interesting view of baking. This is a quote from you. You're talking about a tray of biscuits. They referring to the biscuits do the thing that I've asked them to do already they're alive the little. Hands they pop up in the right way. The top looks right. They lean over just a little. That is the moment that keeps me doing it. So you have this personification of of baking goods as friends or or or people you like to spend time with is that right? Yeah, I think. So I mean I think it's. Like anything you do with someone else kind of like a transaction of sorts you know I'm trying to. Coax. Something out of the ingredients or the combination of ingredients in the oven or something like that I think. Yeah. especially with biscuits, it's easy to talk about that idea because every single little thing you do with your hands and your fingers results in that That top or that lien or the flake you know. So yeah, that's kind of how I think of it. I think I read somewhere that you have PTSD when it comes to muffins because you've made thousands of them is that true? Have you got onto some could've recovery clinic and our back into muffins again man it's tough. I would say I'm very very slowly gingerly tenderly coming back around to the MUFFIN. But yeah, when I was probably like twenty four. I went back to Martha's vineyard for a short time. I was in love with this guy this musician that lived there and I thought. If I leave my sort of post college what's coming next kind of life and I go back to Martha's Vineyard we're GONNA, fall in love and get married and lived together forever, and so I went back and I A worked at this. Pretty, crappy little sandwich up and. I Made Muffins at like five in the morning every morning. So many I mean I can't I don't even know how to talk about it. We would make the mixture in like. Huge vats and then store them in home. Depot. Buckets. Five. Gallon. Home Depot buckets in this dirty walk in and the place was owned by this crazy guy. Who has never really there he just kind of left it up to the teenagers in the twenty year olds and we would come in hung over and it'd be like five am and I'd be scooping like really crappy muffins out of these five gallon buckets. But. We had to make them. You know that was his recipe, the muffin mixture, and then you added blueberries are like Bananas Walnuts or whatever, and and there were huge. They were like the size of like a like a softball and we sold so many I can't even begin to tell you and I just never liked them thought the could be better, but it wasn't my job to change it and I just saw so many muffins it became this like Muffin nightmare so. Let's talk about your interesting way of combining ingredients. I remember last summer you did a chocolate cake with juniper in it or Pineapple and married Rosemary or apple with fed. So you have this herbal savory mix was something fruity or sweet you just end up doing this because. It's two in the morning and you just chance upon it spent. Months Thinking about these combinations in scientifically. Both I think all of the above Yes. Sometimes it just. I mean, it sounds silly and cliche but sometimes, it just POPs into my head. I think that probably happens with a lot of people out there the more that I eat and the more that I see food around in the world the more things there are kind of Ping Pong around in my brain and so if I'm thinking about making something, you know it's almost like just reaching into like a bucket of fish or something you know there's so much that I like and so much that I've seen 'em excited about that Sometimes. Something will just jump out to me or I kind of want to. Make something. That feels right for the season or something like that. That chocolate juniper cake was sort of like a fall winter wintertime You know that that the inception of that cake was like deep winter thinking about like richness and cold weather and sort of like this is gonna sound silly but like rich beautiful kind of medieval feasts you know and like what might be on the table and something kind of mellow but strong flavored It's also really beautiful juniper berries. Gorgeous. It's not really a barrier it's almost more like a pinecone. What we do at the bakeries roast to them, and they start to release their oils and they get this crazy fragrant smell fills the kitchen we try to do it. When it's not busy 'cause it is almost of weird crazy smell and people aren't necessarily sure if they like it but then you grind it up and we make ground toasted juniper and it so it just. It's really beautiful smell it's it's deep and Woodsy, but also floral, and it just seems to pair really nicely with chocolate and it's it's really good. It's almost like you bite into it and you're not exactly sure what it is.

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A Simple Equation to Help Kids Love Math

Parenting: Difficult Conversations

05:26 min | 3 months ago

A Simple Equation to Help Kids Love Math

"We're going to the equivalent of flipping to the back of the book to look right at the answers because we know back by listening to this math, you had to overcome some anxieties I bet of your. Yes. So let's get right to our takeaways and number one. Don't let your math anxiety hold your kids back. Nothing's -iety. As you mentioned is a real phenomenon all over the world and it's pretty clearly related to how we teach math in school things like timed practice and memorization and high stakes testing and oh my gosh, I'm getting. Hot Flashes and sweaty palms, just thinking about tests. Can here's the really upsetting thing that math anxiety it's not equal opportunity. That's right. It's tied to stereotypes race, and especially gender research shows that mothers and Preschool teachers who are overwhelmingly women they can pass that feeling onto their kids especially to their girls but there is some good news children are not born with math anxiety. All right. It's passed onto them. So I think that's why we have to check out selves in when we're talking about math this. was kind of a surprise for me because I thought that you know if my kid had a problem with math I could bond with him by saying, Hey, you know it was tough for me too but actually rose Marie says saying, I. Don't like Math I can't do math that will get conveyed to your children and the solution. Instead we need to reframe math yet rosemary says think about the fun activities that can back up and reinforce what they're learning. In school math is very much an integral part of your life do you love music i? Do I love to sing. All right. If you love music, then you love math do like to cook and Bake I love to cook and be okay. Then you love math because she can't do music and you can't cook and bake without math so I can't cook or bake really and I definitely cannot sing but I love baseball for example, and my boys. And I we talk about baseball statistics all the time. So what's important Rosemary says is recognizing math as part of many things that we like doing together exactly and so to see more about how adults can we've math into our everyday moments of life even with really little kids you and I and our producer Laurent Mickey visited Really Special Preschool new first reported this episode. This is back in two thousand and nineteen when we could freely move throughout the world. Watch US light today. This is the center for Early Childhood Education. It's our research preschool at Eastern Connecticut State University. The lobby has this giant, super, realistic oaktree yet which I climbed inside. Very cool. We should also say about a third of the kids at this school speak Spanish at home. That's right and at the preschool, we sat down with one of the lead researchers. Suda. Swami not done and she helped us understand a lot more about how to grow children who love math the minute we say math with think of the big picture you know Bagel theorems beore geometry concepts instead swimming not says thinks small she's a professor in Early Childhood Education at Eastern Connecticut State and her special focus is on early math learning and Sudha And her colleagues have done lots of research to see what kinds of childhood experiences lead to better performance in math later on and one of their answers makes up our second takeaway take number to talk about math take this really ordinary moment you asked them to put their books away and and say, doesn't fit the shelf. So why disadvantage fit? Maybe it's the book is too tall too big Suda says you're actually talking about math process it's problem solving. Yeah, and we heard lots of this by the way math talk at the preschool. As the duck fit in there too. He did fit when he was standing up. So you decided to lay down does he fit now? That's Amy Lopez the lead teacher for the toddler. It's a sunny room with a cozy reading corner. There's a play kitchen and blocks, and you're the center of the room. There's this table and amy sitting with the children they're building together with magnetized calls, which are these colorful plastic blocks with different shapes that stick together and the little plastic farm animals, and one of the kids is kind of putting together a house. You're using triangles and squares unique. Naming the shapes in both English and in Spanish. When we played this tape for Rosemary she said what I heard. There is the teacher using descriptive math language and that is so key for children to understand math concepts. You can't understand the concepts without the language. Yeah, and aim is not building the box for the kids cheese actually making observations kind of narrating their thoughts in real time the more blocks you on the longer dad's Cohen I notice that when you added more your line got longer and longer when she said Moore blocks to make it longer. Longer is a complex word for children and they need to hear that language and they need to hear that language in a very concrete way. She wasn't even afraid to use really technical words like when this little boy was trying to make a little corral standup. Now you can put them all around the perimeter all around the edge Caribbean or.

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Preserving Herbs Over Winter

Plantrama

06:00 min | 3 months ago

Preserving Herbs Over Winter

"L. Let's get into our main segment, which is preserving herbs drying freezing bringing inside how do we do it at this time of year, most people have abundance of all types of herbs. What are we going to do with them? A lot of it depends on how you plan to use your herbs and how often you plan to use your herbs drying. Certainly, the easiest for most people, but a dried herb is only going to be really delicious and fresh for about a year maybe a little bit more. But if you feel that you're going to use your herbs up in a year and the next year, you'll dry a whole new crop I. Think. It's a great way to go because it's very simple now. Of course I have a dehydrated, which is like my right arm I would be so sad if I had to give that up and the reason I like it is because it let's me set the temperature at which I want to dry my herbs. A lot of people want to do dry herbs in they're oven or in their microwave, which is very. Possible, but at temperatures over ninety five degrees Fahrenheit you lose a lot of the volatile oils and that's what gives you the wonderful flavor. So I recommend a dehydrated where you can set the temperature or simply hanging them in a cool dry place in your home or putting them out between two screens in the shade and trying to dry them at lower temperatures. Now answer this for be Ellen. Do you think that there are some herbs that dry better than others? Yes. I know dried rosemary is really very similar to fresh rosemary, right but what about parsley or Basil Parsley dried just don't just don't even do it just don't Basil. I would say my best word to describe dry basil is Ma-. It's. It's maybe better than no basil but maybe not better than no basal but for things like Rosemary yes and Oregano shore and time and summer savory and sage a lot of these. Herbs Dry wonderfully and maintain a really great flavor if they are properly but for things like parsley and Basil. GonNa have to go with the freezing bleaching freezing. You do a lot of freezing and oil and broth chew I freeze them several ways, and I'm so glad that you started out by saying how you're going to use the herbs because I have here on my notes which we haven't talked about ahead of time I I started out by writing how are you going to? Because, if you if you freeze your herbs in olive oil, you're not gonNA use those in like a cocktail right for that you might do it in water. But if you if you on a low fat diet and you want to use your herbs in a soup, you might freeze them in some kind of broad off. So yeah think about how you're going to use your herbs and that'll that'll get you started and I actually freeze them in. Several ways for example, I will take my chives, Parsley chives. That's another good one. It doesn't. It doesn't dry well, much younger freezing. So those I will do some that just chop them up and put them in a bag fresh in in the freezer. I don't them just put them in fresh, and then I use them a handful right out of the freezer and those I tried to use up within about six months, which is basically through the winter. And then in the spring. Plant new plants and start over again. So I do them that way and yes, I will do a lot of them in oil I. We will chop up Basil in olive oil we will chop up parsley and olive oil sometimes I will do a mixture of herbs in oil and I will freeze them in Kinda little dollops on wax paper. And their cube trae you could you could do it on an ice cube tray, and then once they're frozen, you can put them. You know in a plastic bag so that then I can just grab a tablespoon of this basil and olive oil puree or parsley or a mix of the two. CILANTRO is a good one for doing that as well. Yeah. Not a good one for drying. Cilantro think it has any flavor but I blanch mine. I because. I found especially something like Basil if I don't that the color of the frozen or abyss particularly attractive and it doesn't matter if I'm going to use it for you know baking a chicken but if I'm to use it in a Pesto or something where the color is actually GonNa, show I like to Blanchet because then that preserves some of the green and it's not just brown I use the ones that are not blanched getting thrown into cooking it's getting put in a pasta sauce. So the colored is moving into soup. That's right. So it doesn't matter that they're more of a dark black green than they are. Right. The. Fresh. Green you mentioned at the beginning, you said drying freezing or bringing them inside, and I've got to say I have almost never succeeded the way I want to succeed with overwintering herbs inside I've tried it and I've gotten a couple of months and maybe something like Rosemary will actually carryover for a while but you know those herbs that need like Sun Sun. Sun The Oregano the Basil I've always been disappointed with how they've performed indoors even in my sunniest window. Well, I do keep a rosemary from year to year quite successfully but here's what I was thinking when I, when I was thinking of bringing inside I'm wasn't thinking of carrying them necessarily through the winter. I was thinking of bringing the pot inside putting it in whatever kitchen window you have not with the idea of taking it through the winter but with the idea of keeping it alive as you use it up right there in the kitchen.

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Hurricane Laura Forecast To Bring 'Unsurvivable' Storm Surge

Forum

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Hurricane Laura Forecast To Bring 'Unsurvivable' Storm Surge

"Forecasters Forecasters say say the the impact impact from from Hurricane Hurricane Laura Laura will will be be severe severe when when it it makes makes landfall landfall along along the the U. U. S S Gulf Gulf Coast later tonight. The city of Lake Charles, near the Texas Louisiana border is in the direct path of what is now expected to come ashore as a catastrophic category for Hurricane Rosemary Westwood of member station WWL reports. The area is under an evacuation order. The threats to Lake Charles are multiple and extremely serious storm surge hurricane force winds and possibly days following the storm without electricity, water or sewer services, But Marinich Hunter said Not enough people are leaving ahead of the storms. Early impacts expected later today. We're pleading with them right now to stop the internal debate, stop the waffling and get out of Lake Charles. State officials are comparing the storm to Hurricane Rita. Which devastated the area in 2005, just a month after Hurricane Katrina. Hunter called this his last ditch effort to get the cities roughly 78,000 people out of town.

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Masks, Covid & Nutrition Highlights

The Essential Oil Revolution

04:55 min | 3 months ago

Masks, Covid & Nutrition Highlights

"Hey thanks for listening I'm your host, Samantha Leigh Right today, we have a slightly different kinds of episode coming your way in light of all of the things happening with covid nineteen. I, wanted to do a special episode highlighting the foundations of Health for you all focused around the corona virus really wanted to cover the topic of mask specifically because there's so many questions that people have centered around mask right now and I know that I, personally have been wanting some clarity around. How mask are effective why are people saying sometimes, they're not and what the debate on both sides, and then also specifically, what else can we be doing in our lives to boost our immune systems protect ourselves from the scary seaward that's going around right now. So today's episode unlike most of our shows don't focus a lot around the topic of central oils but I really wanted the opportunity to talk to Dr Furman whose work I really admire if you're not familiar with his work. I think you're really going to like what he has to say. So we'll get to that interview soon. But first, let's talk about essential oils for a little while I wanted to share my favorite oils from this past week. Am that has been the thieves chest rub? That is a fairly new product coming from young living right now, if you haven't experienced it yet, it is a chest rub formula that comes in this great little squeeze bottle where you don't have to get your hands all greasy to apply it, which is one of my favorite things about it. So if you WANNA check it out or if you want to try to make your own version of it, you could. Buy One of those empties kind of squirt bottles from Amazon or wherever, or just use like an old squirt bottle. You've got lying around anything that will allow you to fill your own formula of stuff and then squeeze a little bit of the top will do and it is a combination of eucalyptus essential oil menthol and camphor. As you might be able to hear, I've got a little bit of flim stuck down in my chest and I've been putting the thieves chester up on at night especially at night. When you lay down, you've got that extra kind of weight of gravity and that's when when the cough likes to come out. So putting the chest rub on is so soothing. It smells so good. Now, if you WANNA make your own kind of chest rub concoction than I would use a base of coconut oil and maybe even some CA- cow butter or and or beeswax shaving shaven down because what you want is a real thick carrier oil base for this because you don't want the oil soak into your chest and your skin too. Quickly, you wanted to act as sort of an on going vapor that's going to be releasing from that chest rub so you WANNA thick carrier oil base again, beeswax is great for that. If you have some of that, you can shave it down and melted a bit and then from there do a real strong concoction if. You're making a small batch may be twenty to thirty drops of an essential oil nice and strong of mainly Eucalyptus. That's the Go-to for all things respiratory. So whatever eucalyptus oils you have around or blends of our great. If you want to add some other things in there to support your immune system, I would throw in some peppermint open up those nasal passageways maybe nice. Irby oil like Rosemary or time or Oregano. T tree is Great Franken Census Grey also any of those oils you have thrown into that nice thick carrier oil use it as a gesture of as needed or check out the thieves chest rub is easy to apply real strong, real potent, and give it five stars. And now, I'm super excited to share this week's DIY dugout recipe. It comes from Deborah Shannon in Atkins Arkansas and it is a recipe for a citrus phys the sounds. So delicious in glass combined the following ingredients and mix thoroughly half a can to one can of sparkling water one packet of Stevia, two drops, grapefruit essential oil, and then optional if you have any inning sherrod around at one to two ounces of Nick. Sharad. If you don't have Ningxia ride, which is a great will ferry puree juice that young living makes you can add in maybe another dark red kind of juice like Cherry juice pomegranate or something, and then ice. So just combine all that and you've got yourself a citrus phys.

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Brett Terpstra's New Robe

Mac Power Users

07:10 min | 3 months ago

Brett Terpstra's New Robe

"Everyone. This is David sparks. Joined by my fellow co-hosts, Mr Even Occa- Steven. How are you today I'm good David. How're you? Doing very well, we have a guest today. It's a guy you've never heard of we've never had him on the power users before. Kidding Bread Terpstra welcome to the MAC packagers. It's an honor to be here. As always you may be the most frequent guests I think we need to have a system we need like make a sweater or maybe a bathrobe for you. Logo on the five five timers club. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. What would you be Terry cloth guy or would you want like some other fabric Terry cloth all the way. I am not a Silk Road kind of guy. I could see. I. Think. You would look pretty good in a silk robe only when I'm boxing. Maybe in, you need a type. Guys. ARE USERS Read Terpstra is one of my favorite nerds and yours he has all sorts of cool ideas and it's always fun having him on the show and I realize it's been too long. So you're here today Brett before we get started just a couple announcements sign up for the MP newsletter game. We put the the link in the show notes and then you get the show notes and a little bit of extra stuff thrown at you every Sunday. When we release. you can go over to the forums at talked backpackers dot com. and. Announce -ment. I'm doing a free keyboard Maestro Wepener I've been thinking about doing this part of these field guides for a long time. I finally got the system set up to do it. it's going to be free to everybody. You don't have to be a field guide customer and It's going to be a lot of fun. I'M GONNA talk about context base control of Mac Keyboard Maestro. I've got this really cool thing I've been doing lately based on whether I'm working on legal or Mex- sparky or whatever, and the tools I need just pop up in it makes working really fast and I'm going to share all that magic through Keyboard Maestro I'm GonNa have a special guest or to Rosemary Orchard already in and it's open to everyone free on August twenty seventh at ten am Pacific. If you're interested go to Mex- BARCA DOT COM to sign up. That was a pretty compressed little bit there. Don't you think Stephen? Yeah it was great. That was the elevator pitch like now we're on Iran or and breath waiting for us here. Yeah, and Brett is sitting right here saying, Hey, guys what the heck am under show. I'm good. You know we haven't talked to you about long time is I don't even know what hardware using these days I mean a still using that. So rocking that Atari. Se. No. I was part of a startup that went sideways. But as a result I got myself a new well new ISH sixteen fifteen. Oh, what year. No mine's a fifteen inch. I got this like a month before the sixteenth in was announced. So I still have a butterfly keyboard. That's awesome. But I use it mostly with my my ultimate hacking keyboard anyways. So. I do hate the keyboard I will say when I have to use it as a laptop I do hate the keyboard, but I do and this is an unpopular opinion but I love the touch bar. Yeah. Why I have a lot of fun with the touch bar I have it programmed so that when I'm in the shell when I cd into a directory, it checks for one of 'em. I've I have a thing called. How's it? Which is basically Make files for task runners. And so when I see the into directory figures out what tasks I have that I can run and gives me buttons for them and the Toolbar. The touch bar. And I find it just really handy. I never have to try to remember do I have this setup with Gulp or grunt or maker Rake I just have buttons that pop up for me. It's awesome. Now are you customizing touch bar with better touch tool or did you do something else? So okay. So the the customization I just described was all done through. I. Term. Which has escape code you can send to modify the touch bar, but I do also use. Better touched tool and have you seen what's it called Golden? Do. You know what I'm talking about. There's some guy did a better touch tool preset that has like every possible option for the touch bar. It was too much for me like I wanted more control. And fewer things golden chaos I think is. It's amazing. I. Mean There's No way you can look at it. Not Think it's amazing and if you haven't already customize your touch bar I I would recommend giving that a shot if you have your own customers though. It will overwrite what you have. So sure. Yeah, and it's really not that hard. If you got better touch tool, which I believe is part of set up now. So if you've got to set out subscription, you can download that one or just by the APP the also if you have a setup subscription, make sure you're running the setup version so that developer gets his due for all the Times you use his at and then if you have setup, you should also download marked to and just leave it running in the background twenty, four seven. I was only get you in trouble but. You could do that. That's all insane. But but better touch tool is an APP that you know started out and we talked about on this show often, but it started out to re map things you can do with the the the track pad, but then it's like Magic Melissa Apple, TV remote they just went crazy and and he but giving you the ability to to remapping the touch bar I think is something that for all the people that are cranky about the touch bar, my question always them have you tried customizing it to your own needs what about you even have you done yet stuff with the touch bar on your laptop? No just because it's such a secondary system for me I mean I have better touch tool doing a couple of simple things but I haven't really gone. Full bore with it if I had a this is of course had for Brett is something that you would use more if he could use it again if you had A. Touch bar for a desktop machine or you could have you know somehow with your keyboard, you normally use like do you feel? Handcuffed a little bit. It's only available to you in these circumstances. Yes. Because like I said, I'm primarily my laptops on a stand and I'm using my. Ultimate. Hacking keyboard. So when I wanNA use those cool buttons I programmed after reach over. To the touch bar and I would absolutely love to have a a touch bar An external touch bar I guess that could be closer to my keyboard although it does keep my if I sit too long my shoulders get really tight. So this constant like reaching over actually keeps my arms limits probably good for my health but yeah, I I would love an external touch bar.

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U.S. Postal Service Is Urged to Stop Delivering Mysterious Seeds

WSJ Minute Briefing

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. Postal Service Is Urged to Stop Delivering Mysterious Seeds

"I'm Jay are willing for the Wall Street Journal State Agriculture officials are urging the US postal. Service. To stop delivering mysterious seat packages which federal officials believe are coming from China officials fear the seeds could pose a threat to crops and native plants. The US Department of Agriculture said last week. It has so far identified fourteen species of seeds from mustard and morning glory to cabbage Rosemary and roses so far. There's no indication. The seeds carry pests or diseases.

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Deutsche Bank launches investigation into longtime banker of Trump, Kushner

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Deutsche Bank launches investigation into longtime banker of Trump, Kushner

"The longtime personal banker President Trump and his son in law, Jared Kushner, over a 2013 realestate deal between the banker and a company part owned by Mr Kushner in June 2013 the banker Rosemary Grab Lick and two of her DeutscheBank colleagues purchase to Park Avenue apartment for about 1.5 $1,000,000 from a company called Berga LS 7 15 Associates. This, according to New York property records. Mr. Kushner, a senior advisor to the president, disclosed in an annual personal financial report late Friday that he and his wife, Ivanka, Ivanka Trump, had received one million to five million last year from Bruegel, 7 15 The deal went through Trump and Kushner. And Krishna's secured about $190 million in loans from Deutsche Bank. Bank employees are normally prohibited from making personal transactions with customers because of potential conflicts of interest. Wins NEWS time. 6

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Creating a Motivational Environment and Caraway

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

03:58 min | 4 months ago

Creating a Motivational Environment and Caraway

"Samantha thank you so much for being with us today to talk about a topic that I think everyone has been trying to learn a little bit more about lately now. Thank you so much for having me. I'm really excited to talk about how we can really impact our daily lives were like you're saying stuck at home. It's a little different, right. So my first question for you is, why is it that creating the right kind of environment for studying or working is so important and that's a great question I'm sure we've all experienced this where you go, you sit down to write a big pig I. Or even just need to get some last minute work done at the end of a really long day and distractions pop up left and right. The weekend totally avoid those things. If we set the tone, set the environment and create a good harmonize sense especially with everyone being being at home right now, we're all on top of each other everyone all whole families at home it can have a huge impact on your productivity and ability to stay on task for media creating a clean simple instruction free environment with the right tools can really improve my productivity and I think that's something that a lot of people can implemented their lives I always suggest starting off with a clear workspace no matter where you are right down A. Simple to do list role on some in tune and diffuse something like motiva- or your own essential oils than buckle down and just get to work. oftentimes, it's the little things like just rolling on that bottle of in June that make a big impact. Absolutely. So you mentioned a couple of essential oils there. Can you go a little bit deeper? What are some essential oils that can help me create that atmosphere and make sure that I am doing all that I can be doing? Yeah. So in tune like I mentioned and thinker, they really are the perfect blend to use his. Party or worker study time routine to create the type environment I. talked about these really were formulated for those routines to help you really get into the into the mood creek dot like I said, harmonize heads right there. So easy to use it take moments to apply take no effort. You don't have to think about create that habit of rolling them on. You can even diffuse some blends that we already have created for you. We have motivate passion those are really easy. Once just put a few drops a diffuser in your workspace you can even use a combination of other oils. My favorites personally are rosemary while Orange peppermint Tangerine, and sometimes even a bit of Eucalyptus. I love that there are so many options that you just brought up and one thing that I really appreciate that Tara has done is you have in tune and you have thinker and thinker is not just for kids sometimes, that might be the one that works best for you. Yeah. It's definitely for the kids too. So what can I do when I get to maybe the mid afternoon or right after lunch and I'm feeling kind of a slump and need a little bit of extra motivation. We know essential oils have such unique impacts on the way we react to situations and they really can't help us some of the oils that I mentioned earlier a lot of US citizens the mints those can help if you are in the mood to use essential oils. If you're not there few physical things that you can do stretch get up and walk for a minute even sit down and writing a to do as I mentioned to really get your mind in place of our any any get things done. It gives you some direction. In creating habits, using those to do us using those positive habit building things along with essential oils like I talked about that really can create that good environment to motivate you and get things done. I

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Board Recommends Parole for Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Board Recommends Parole for Manson Follower Leslie Van Houten

"Has recommended parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Hatton, who has spent nearly five decades in prison. The recommendation was made Thursday, but Governor Newsome could decide to deny it. Newsome block to release once before than his predecessor, Jerry Brown, blocked it twice. Manhattan is serving Ah life sentence for helping Charles Manson. Others kill Los Angeles grocer Lino LaBianca and his wife, Rosemary in 1969 that Helen was 19 when she and other members of the Manson family stabbed the La Bianca is to death and smear the couple's blood on the walls, writing words like helter skelter and death to pigs. An

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13 nuns at Michigan convent die of COVID-19

TIME's Top Stories

02:14 min | 4 months ago

13 nuns at Michigan convent die of COVID-19

"Thirteen religious sisters at a Michigan Convent have died from the Corona virus with twelve sisters passing in the span of a month, the women aged sixty nine to ninety nine were all members of a Felicien, sisters. Convent in Livonia Michigan on Good Friday. The virus took the life of sister. Mary Louisa was ninety nine by the end of the month eleven. Other sisters had passed seventeen more. More were infected, but recovered according to sister, Noel Murray Gabriel. The director of clinical health services for our lady of Hope Province, a thirteenth sister, despite an initial recovery passed away in June the sisters in presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mother Convent in Livonia as well as all of us in the province are still very much dealing with the loss of so many sisters says Suzanne Wilcox. Wilcox English Executive Director of mission advancement for the Felicien Sisters of North America the sisters. All of whom were longtime members of the convent, lived prayed and worked together prior to their retirements. The women had worked as school teachers college professors and principles. Librarians nurses and organised sister. Mary Louisa was Indiana had served as the sunshine person for the local minister, sending Peace Day and birthday cards. Cards to the sisters in the infirmary and obituary reads sister Victoria Marine dykes sixty nine lead nursing students regular trips to the Felicien sisters mission in Haiti sister Rosemary Wallach Eighty six spent eight years working as a secretary in the Vatican Secretary of State Sister Thomas Murray Would Hausky seventy three once led a second grade class to win a national prize and a Campbell's soup commercial competition. The death of the thirteen nuns could be the most serious loss of life experienced by a group of religious women in the United States since the nineteen eighteen influenza pandemic, according to Global Sisters report a nonprofit Catholic News outlet globally at least sixty one felicien sisters have died, but other religious orders have also been struck by the virus with six sisters, dying of covid nineteen at the Our Lady of Convent in Wisconsin in April. The convent closed its doors to visitors in. In March and placed strict restrictions on group activities, but the virus still reached the convent and spread quickly for many sisters who normally pray alongside those who are dying, having to socially distance during a time of grief was difficult. Normally we will share stories about the sister. We have lost during the vigil the night before the funeral says English, but we have been unable to do so. Their collective impact on the community has been and continues to be very deep, says English.

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"rosemary" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

03:08 min | 8 months ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"I don't think it's worth it to me. I I like the idea of having everything. Fresh and Natural. Abet expectant mothers to bits of tennis. Nobody's even heard vitamin pills. It's one of the herbs she puts in the drink or is it a nerve can be in a show you to be any or or Israel of Tennis. Are you sure you don't mean this roots or is no tennis routes passing is just like you're dead through. He's into snags glove at point for whatever witchcraft's yeah it's GonNa follow him. Do you remember when you plugged in to the comedy of the movie as opposed to the horror. Everything in it sort of every sort of comedic staying up to watch. My sensibility was early on. Which is that it. Was You know. Macabre but exaggerate. That's all kind of ridiculous. He has certain you know the first thing you say you know. Ruth Gordon is just way over the top the entire time and she's scenery chewing and so Sydney Blackmar. Everything is kind of exaggerated extreme. I other signs of his being kind of bizarre and intimidating to hers. You know he goes on an anti Catholic thing. Nope Obama Visit Society where the newspapers are on strike. I hate is GONNA postpone white till Intel. That's exactly what it is all the customs and rituals all religions. All I think we're funding Rosemary. Not No not religious. My Hero you CA. I was brought up a Catholic now. He'll turn comfortable then. You don't need to have respect for him because he pretended he told me never went to a city where there was newspaper strike in life. I just don't you know his the POKES Costumes the pageantry. It's bullshit so all that to me starting with the elevator operator. I don't go in for this sort of dream sequence chanting and stuff. Yeah you know that I always thought was a sort you know. After I'd seen it twenty times you know a moment to get a sandwich although the you know there well executed as all drains and movies kind of caused us to roller is. These are actually quite. Surreal and beautifully shot storms. And she's added scenes. She's naked the ticking clock ticking clock and then this sort of in the you know they foreshadow the actual rape zone with the streams and so. You're not sure whether this is another dream sequence or whether you're witnessing so live which is pretty creepy. Cool idea.

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"rosemary" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

04:33 min | 8 months ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"April twelfth and my guest on today's episode of the podcast about Rosemary's baby is Ted jessop television comedy writer producer and performer. Ted has been producer and a writer for National Geographic Television Comedy Central. Nickelodeon the late late show with Craig Kilborn Seth Macfarlane. Vh1 MTV and the Al Franken show among others. Most recently he was a writer on family guy and Roseanne. Ted also appeared in the Steven Soderbergh film the girlfriend experience Ted and I met while he was a writer and performer. My company meeting house productions on a series we had an inordinate amount of fun producing called world's dumbest a show whose blend of high and low comedy was perfect for dollops of Ted's reliably dark and brilliantly twisted jokes when you're putting together a writer's room for a comedy series a lot of times you have a bunch of writers in the room who reliably contribute the more obvious jokes that would be bad about any given scenario or situation and you need those writers but you also need writers like Ted who would perhaps contribute one joke but that joke would be so brilliantly twisted funny that it could come from no other. Comedic mind than Ted's Ted also appeared in a much talked about web series. We did called news masters. A spoof of Sunday morning chat show pundits and they're often clueless and mindless banter. It was brilliantly funny in no small part because of Ted's on the fly ad-lib Zain deep character takes and it also featured legendary Saturday night live writer. Jim downey another comedic genius as well as Chelsea Peretti and Billy Kimball a two time Emmy Award winner for Veep and a longtime simpsons snl writer you can see Ted in news masters on Youtube. Portraying Kevin Carmichael a former speechwriter. For wait for it Mike Dukakis. See it's funny already. Tens of wonderful guy with really interesting friends and for his appearance. This week on the pod. He selected a darkly funny and brilliantly complicated movie in Rosemary's baby. So here's my conversation with Ted Jessup about Roman Polanski's Rosemary's baby ted welcome to the full cast or crew. Podcast thrilled to have you here. Oh my God my pleasure. Oh friend you have a couple fascinating crossovers in your life to episodes. We've done already on the podcast for WanNa ask you about you. Probably don't know what they are going to tell you. The first is that we did high noon on the hostage. Brilliant movie allegory. For the Red Red Baiting a communist hunt of the fifties and your Uncle Phillip. Jessop was caught up in all of that. Can you tell me a little bit about him? And what you know about that story. Well he was sort of distinguished jurist and international diplomat Philip Jessup and he was my grandfather's brother he defended Alger Hiss. And also you know. He was responsible for lifting the Berlin Wall blockaded stuff and he was embassador to the UN but he was. He was called out by McCarthy and called a red. We have a great newspaper at home. The Washington Star from the time says Jessica Red Bold Letters. No when he was amused by that yeah he was highly distinguished and a good friend and colleague of Dean actress. All old waspy. You know state craftspeople. Sure then. My father's diplomat too right. And when you then when you were writing for family guy you twelve and a half angry men. The episode was a movie with Jennifer Lopez. That did not live up to expectations. Well Mae West did say. He never felt a letter and he was and he lied. Of course he lied. He's a politician. They're all liars. Yeah John F. Kennedy swore he'd serve a full four-year term liar another. That's another movie that we did on the podcasts laments. Twelve angry men which I love. What was your process of preparing to do a parody of that sort for a show like that. Obviously I'd seen it kind of fifty times. So selecting the kind of key moments that people remember and then nowadays at semi obscure so I had to fight to parody sort of memorable moments that others argued weren't memorable at all get out. I don't know I don't know what you're talking about having worked with you. I can't imagine you had any Super Benicia obscurities that you wanted to single out but yeah that's another movie that's about sort of mob rule. You know much like you know. The fifties invasion of the body snatchers. Or whatever these allegories for rest of communist takeover kind of strange disease bucks..

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"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

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"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The bank. You will hear more of this nineteen ninety-seven concert in an interview with Rosemary. Clooney after a break this is fresh air support for NPR comes from whyy presenting the pulse. PODCAST that takes you on adventures into unexpected corners of health and science plastic in the guts of deep sea creatures crying after anesthesia building. Your own Internet net. Each episode is full of fascinating stories and big ideas the pulse available. Where you get your podcasts or at whyy dot org support for NPR comes from whyy presenting the podcast eleanor amplified and adventure series? Kids love and will make those summer road trips. It's a little easier on everyone here reporter. Eleanor outwit crafty villains and solve mysteries as she travels the globe to get the big story available. Where you get podcasts? Or at W. H. Y. Y.. Dot Org on this Christmas edition of fresh air. We're listening back to a nineteen ninety-seven performance and interview with Rosemary. Clooney looney recorded at the herbst theatre in San Francisco as part of the city arts and Lecture series this song. I think you're going to sing. God bless the Child. Is this personal no significance. Yes because my the last time that I saw Billie holiday shortly before she died I was pregnant with my second and child and she said I think you're going to have a girl and I should do said Yep and if you do then godmother because it takes is a bad woman to be a good.

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"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Started with you. Oh you oh tell me why am I no oh kicked you you food all waste stick to you lie through thin and thick teen. Challenge me. Why I'm taboo the market trembles when you sell short in England? I'm presented that court and still on so downhearted. Cossack can't get started with you When I we met how you elated me Devastated me and yet Now you've deflated Schill your grief. I'm not exactly applaud when George Clooney bows just I'm asked to every state ball. State Lobby Dance Wall Street. It's still on Justin tanker your everything still on toughest menace. No yeah.

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

06:44 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It. It was beautiful. We were talking about being pregnant as a performer. You high of kids five years. It must have been very challenging to be the mother of five and a performer. At a time when not a lot of women were working and there was also a kind of happy a homemaker image to uphold in America. What were the some of the challenges for you of of doing both well? The the challenges didn't really rear their ugly heads until about at the time when they started school when there would be separations and that was very difficult for me. I traveled a lot of times. I didn't make any bones about. How did I travel with two Nannies and if I can get anymore we'd get three because five kids under five are a handful so you know I would like to let me sleep until tin if I'd worked until to please God and they would let me they? Would they would understand. They would usually send the littlest one in though because he knew that he could get by with most almost anything. Yeah Yeah and he could to. There was a period of your life when you became addicted to prescription pill right looking back. Should he'd how do you think it happened. Do you think it got to the point. We'll they make you feel very good. That's the truth the tell you I miss it to this day I I could mention the words in the names of all of them but it was before volumes. So I can't say anything about Valium. I had some that. Were great anyway. It just really kind of eased eased my mind. I didn't I could sleep just fine. You know that was good and it. It became a habit very quickly. Then it was hard enough because then it took a little more to do what made me feel good to begin with so I found myself in a strange place with things going on like television. Talking to me Strange kinds of paranoia. It went on for a while then came the day that that's somebody but he realized that I was I was out of control. Who is the somebody? Probably my cousin who was a doctor and saw me his name was Sherman Harvey and he was a wonderful doctor except that he was not a psychiatrist But he knew I needed one and so he introduced me to a doctor that put me in a hospital and the strange thing is that when I was in the hospital. I can't tell you the name but there was a very famous comedian. That was in the same hospital so I think we'll this isn't a hospital. You know what the heck was he walking up and down the halls for so I had I was in a room with with three other people. And it's funny because soon as the medication I got off the medication for few days. It's it's funny how you start coming down. It's fast you in what the psychiatric win. I was in a lock Lord. Did you look at other people in this world and say what am I doing with them own. No we understood each other we really did. We really understood each other. We would discuss pills. There was a girl in. Ot Occupational therapy case anybody out. There wasn't ever so okay and she was. She was making a painting with her back with with the painting toward the room. So I mean the painting was the back of the painting was and she was working so hard she worked for about two weeks and finally she turned it around and it was a big to and all which was like second all but it was pretty because it had blue on top and red we loved it we just loved and then and then at night you know we get to watch the television for a while. We tried to find a movie where somebody's crazy. Would you look at this performance please. Would you have done anything like that did you. Did you tune on Wednesday and there you were in a movie. They were showing maybe white Christmas or here. Come on no no no. What are the people who really helped you? When you're ready to make a comeback was being crosby Oh yeah who you worked with? I and white Christmas Co starred opposite. Yes he was he was wonderful. He he was on safari in Africa. When I was in the hospital and somebody had gotten in touch with him and so I get this letter her from him three page letter? That didn't make much sense to me until I was in there for about a week and then it started to Bob. Hope sent me a bouquet of flowers which we weren't allowed to have I look at them but they had to be sent out. I don't know how he's GonNa kill myself with the Tulip but we weren't allowed to have any anyway. He was big bouquet of flowers. Bob Hope it's a boy that's really funny. Isn't it. You and I said how did you think he said well. My God is the only reason you'd been going to the hospital for the last five years. I didn't. Why do that seemed funny at the time? I laughed for the first time really. Yeah that's what I thought something. It was really funny. There's two things that are very special about the next song that you're going to sing and one is that you're saying it with Bing crosby specialty you and the other is at the lyric was written especially for. Are you part of it part of it. Yeah Byron I went and and the songs I can't get started. We'll talk about our Gershwin and your relationship with him a little bit later but tell us about this lyric that he wrote for you and why this came from an album called fancy meeting you here. I'M GONNA use a name in here because because the line was when Elvis Presley bows I just nod being saying that it's Just you'll you'll see the different words it said that That I wrote He was something talk. Just play a nice long introduction. If you don't mind.

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"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Support for fresh air and the following message come from green from AMEX ready to try something new whether whether it's grabbing Sushi burritos on the go or spending a weekend. Snowboarding and Breckenridge Green from Amex can help you keep things fresh with three times. Points on restaurants wants and travel including airfare and hotel stays. It's built around your lifestyle so you can keep doing you with an extra boost of confidence. Learn more at American can express dot com slash green from Amex terms apply on this Christmas Day. We're listening back to something very special from our archive and onstage concert and conversation with Rosemary Clooney recorded in nineteen ninety seven five years before her death the event was held at the herbst theatre in San Francisco as as part of the city arts and lecture series. You had your recording contract with Columbia. Riders signed the Nineteen Forty Nine and your producer was Mitch Miller hotdog. uh-huh here. He was first single. Yeah the first single he had you do was come on a my house. Well no there were quite a few the first Gordon. Yes absolutely no. He wanted you to record. Come on in my house. You didn't particularly want to know. Why was he so adamant? And why were you so we love right. He knew that I could do it but I think young people sometimes take themselves so damn seriously that they really that they missed the boat you know that they missed the chance. I could have missed that chance if he hadn't been adamant about it. One of the songs that Mitch Miller produced with you is. Hey they're beautiful recording getting lovely song and I'm so glad you recorded it. Gordon request that you sing it now this easiest anything to do. Do you love this. I like it all all right. I you know I'm not crazy about that either. I like tenderly that I did. I liked that there was one that I recorded boarded that I I hope you missed. A song called CANASTA. I missed it okay but I will hear. Hey that will the same song.

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"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Sweet who be seen in all the old familiar places that this heart art nine embraces all day through a in that small cafe the park across plus the shoe The chestnut tree the wishing will be seeing you in every lovely. Summer's Day in every every that's warm and I'll always think of you that that way. I'll find you love morning and when I I eat is new. I'll be looking at the moon but I will be see you Uh be seeing you in every Love Summers in everything. That's warm engage. I always think that I'll find. Can you mornings new. You will be looking at the moon but I'll be you The.

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The I think that just kind of sums up one one of the many reasons I love Rosemary. Clooney you can take a song. I've heard a million times and make me hear it in a way. I've never heard it before you and your sister. Betty started singing professionally. Yeah I guess in the Mid Nineteen forties and you sign with the Tony Pastor back you know great great good for two young girls you were still girl. Yes Betty was fifteen. And how old were you eighteen. You're so young that your uncle had to be official Guardian Chaperon. George Yeah so here you are traveling playing with this big band. Of course all men too young girls with your uncle was the chaperone embarrassing for you to have your uncle traveling with you. It was kind of no choice choice because they said we couldn't. We couldn't sign a contract because we didn't have so. He became a legal guardian so it was uncle Georgia no job so actually actually no problem with that at all but to get away from him was difficult. Did you want to. Oh sure we tried everything in the world see betty and I also smoke very early on C.. Couldn't find any cigarettes because Georgia didn't want us to smoke so I said to my sister Betty. Why don't you kind of get friendly with the boy singer because he smokes and then get a couple of cigarettes we tried? It didn't work okay. So there was the boys because the boy. The boy singer went back and told uncle. George what what what did it mean to be the girl singer in the band. Well that's were two of us so so yes girl singers and we sat on the side of the bandstand and mostly we would make up dirty lyrics to other songs just for the two of us you set me up now. I'M GONNA make kissing one. No you cannot do it. No I have grandchildren out there now. This was the period right after world. War Two right right and the songs that were popular during the Second World War had such emotional value for people. And I'm sure you are singing some of those songs showy with those songs mean to you and what was your experience of the Second World War well. My grandmother had had four kids in the service and so there were four stars on the flag in the window and there were a lot of those those flags around you know and I remember seeing all the movies you know. Oh with all the all the movies that were made during the Second World War with all the stars from I loved the paramount. One with with being Bob and and Dorothy Moore and Betty Hutton. Yeah I liked. I liked all of that. We missed the people that were away. I remember when when the war started. I remember remember this Sunday. That President Roosevelt came on the radio. I remember my grandmother crying and realizing what it meant for her and then realizing housing what it meant to the rest of us. Yeah I asked you to choose a song from the World War Two period song very popular then and you chose to sing being. I'll be seeing you. What does this mean to you if I talk about it? I won't. We'll be able to sing it then policing okay. I wouldn't miss this cathedral. Bells were tolling and our hearts hang on was it the thrill of powers or the the April John who knows if we shall meet again when the morning shines ring..

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"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And wide we serve it's Sunshine or in Shadow Danny Danny boy Uh but come you you back when summer's in long man when On right I'll be there sunshine sunshine or in. Oh Danny boy. I love so.

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Fresh Air

"It's GonNa take a sentimental journey GonNa set you GonNa make a sentimental sentimental to renew old men Got My bag. I got my reservations spinach down. I I could've like China in wild anticipation. I feel that all bull seven. That's it time we seven. I'll be waiting. Headon Chow never railroad tracks. It takes me never thought my heart could be so unique. And why did I decide I'm GONNA make this. Uh Uh take I never thought my heart could the solar year. Why did I decide to roam I gotTa make this Center Mental Junior. Uh they said the Sent a man.

"rosemary" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

Happy Hour Gets Weird

13:13 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Happy Hour Gets Weird

"Hausky and Abigail folder heirs to the Coffee Fortune also eighteen year old student Steven parent happened to be there trying to sell the radio. Roman Polanski against key was out of town on business like we need to hate them more. The Manson family members entered the plan ski residents August Eighth. Nineteen sixty nine nine TEX Watson murdered the Young Steve Parent upon approach Watson in the Manson girls entered the house except for Custodian. who was told to keep watch outside Watson Watson and the girls gathered up the residents including an eight month pregnant Sharon tate when questioned by his captives Tex Watson replied? I'm the double and I'm here to do the devil's business. The victims are restrained. See Bring was attacked. I being stabbed multiple times seeing their fate. The others freed themselves from their bindings and tried to escape. I'm not going to get into all the details but because this is not a Manson episode we we are simply exploring the idea of the cursor. Rosemary's baby I just know that no one escaped. There were no survivors. Two days later the Manson family would strike again this time. Murdering Supermarket Executive Leno Bianca and his wife Rosemary before leaving Rhode misspelled helter skelter in their victims blood. Roman Polanski never recovered from the murder of his friend's wife and unborn child. He went into a tailspin. Although his following actions cannot be excused by anything Polanski's drug abuse and alcoholism changed his life. Dramatically in nineteen seventy seven polanski raped a thirteen year old girl during a photo. Shoot that took place at Jack. Nicholson's House House interesting and also interesting that he was in our and the kids Mary kill. Yeah Mary Kill A to plead G. Nobody's ever said that to me before so fuck you plans. Polanski was arrested but only spent forty two days in jail and ended up fleeing to France to avoid prosecution. That's pretty disgusting. Yeah today's Jill Furthur you Ray Wagner you because he was a citizen. He cannot be extradited and the case remains open because of his fleeing the country however because of this in two thousand eighteen Polanski was removed from the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and sciences by for Roman Polanski. The curse is still reverbrating even today and good because because he sucks. Yeah but also it's horrible but everybody around him paid. The price paid the price so much tragedy so many tragic things happened. And and it's just I don't know there's so many connections. It's very very weird. It's a very bizarre wild. Okay so do you want to hear about the connections that I did. I do and I know that this blew your mind from all of the blow. My mind text emojis. You said I was like Oh wait in this indebtedness connected goes full circle I was like. Oh my gosh my mind is blown so I did the another connection based off of the Dakota which is the building that IRA base the BRANFORD. The BRANFORD is the hotel building in his book. He based the Brantford off the actual the apartment apartment building he basically Branford off an actual real life building called the Dakota in New York so a little bit history. A little bit of History Dakota. I'm I'm not gonNA really give too much because this isn't about the Dakota It was constructed over four years in the late eighteen eighties between October. Twenty Fifth Eighteen Eighty and October twenty seven eight hundred. Even Spooky date sat spooky. It was has that whole yeah. It's super old and they actually called it the Dakota because when Bill and New York right there it seemed like a kind of way far out there. Like the Tacoma's so it was. They named it like that. Because it seemed from every yeah it wasn't A mature metropolis propolis it. It is now that the city kind of sprung up around it. Yeah I was hoping that you were going to say Dakota was actually an ancient word for hell Satan really look it. It took up my notes. Okay freaking me out man and I looked at pictures of the Dakota and you can also see it in the movie. Rosemary's baby so beautiful it is beautiful and it was perfect in every way it has is like the looming appearance of like Medieval Castle. But it's Like I would think in Transylvania and it's a it's really dark and Gothic but beautiful and it really has a tendency to the day to attract creatives of all over like I believe it A scopes so In Nineteen nineteen seventy-three John Lennon and Yoko Ono had lunch at a friend's apartment on central Park West. So the Dakota was built built overlooking what is now central park so beautiful really close to Central Park. There is a a really cool picture of the Dakota. I think we could pedia. I'll put put it on instagram of like an ice skating rink and the DAKOTAS like up on a hill. And it's like Dr That's cool. It's like really cool. I'm excited did I wanna see it in person. So they went to have lunch with a friend on central Park West West. John Lennon was so impressed with the sprawling rolling views of central park that he decided to move from the West village over to Central Park West. which I guess is kind of a big deal? I'm not familiar with neighborhoods in New York but the West village is like I guess According to this article made it seem Kind of like Gypsy like hip. The hip area hipster story and He loved the views of Central Park so he wanted to move over but the building that his friend lived in didn't have any vacancy so he went to the building. That was closest happy right next door. The mother fucking Dakota so he went to the Dakota and it is a CO OP apartment. And it just so happened. That Robert Ryan. I'm not familiar with but he's was famous I don't know in the seventies his he lived there and his wife. Jessie had just passed away. So Robert Ryan was moving out which way she she died when she lived there. Yeah I think okay. Maybe not in the building just while she happened. Yeah Okay so Robert Ryan after his wife. Jessie see passed away he was like I'm out of here and it just so happened that Yoko Ono and John Lennon happened to have their assistant ask right at the same time he was perfect. It was fate if you will or or curse if you or a curse. Yeah so Yoko Ono and John Lennon moved into number seventy two on on the seventh floor. Okay they lived there happily I read in the article. This is like a side note that John Lennon used to leave the building in Black Cape Mexicans of borough and second a baby's pacifier just to be discreet so people wouldn't notice him got. AWW honestly I think he did do it to blend into like eccentrics walking down the New York police. I'm not really sure it's actually what I wear when I'm jogging. Yeah me too. I don't know I don't joke I really do wear. That does not jogging. So they lived happily and he would even Practice in the basement His songs song there and guess what he wrote on the wall. What guess no yes? What helter skelter shot up? Are you lying not lying. I do it for you. I knew that I so love it. Oh my gosh okay so here. So they lived there. They moved in in nineteen her yet. They moved in their nineteen seventy three and in nineteen eighty on December eighth John Lennon was assassinated needed in the entry way of the Dakota Hotel by one Mark David Chapman and Mark David Chapman quoted quoted or referenced. A book yeah but it actually wasn't Rosemary's being it wasn't he was obsessed with that book it was Catcher in the right. He was obsessed with that book which is strange. He's like an adult yes. That's what the book that people read in high school. Yeah Weird. So here's the connection that I found besides the fact that it was at the Dakota besides the fact it was at the Dakota and besides the fact the helter skelter thing kind of runs throughout the whole thing. Yes okay so John Lennon was in a band called the Beatles. What okay okay? And they went they went to retreat and wrote the white album and on. Why album was a song? Called named named helter skelter. Yes so mia. Farrow is rumored to be a was rumored to be at that very same retreat and John. Lennon and MIA Farrow. Were friends. Okay so just hanging out helter skelter John Lennon. The Dakota The Manson family. Yes murdered BLOB. Bianca's yes on the wall. The say wrote helter skelter yes. The Manson family are the ones who killed Sharon tate. Yes who was married to a Roman Polanski. Yes who directed Rosemary's baby API. Yes it's all connected. It's a circle of big spider web of curse curse so I thought when I was researching this and it kind of hit my brain I was. It's connected like it's connected in different ways almost almost like a spiderweb web. They're all connected but then they're all interconnected to so you have Mia Farrow and John Lennon you have the Dakota and John Lennon you have Roman Polanski. The Manson family helter skelter and John Lennon yes. It's just wild. Yes and the Law Bianca the wife and her name was rosemary. Yeah that was a strange her name was rosemary. They had helter skelter written in blood on their wall. Yes which I thought was strange. Strange little coincidence coincidence freaky I have goosebumps. Yeah so that is crazy. Do think it's a real curse I don't know I mean I don't really believe in curses but at the same time. I kind of think that if something was put into the universe enough you you can kind of manifest it into fruition. Yeah if you. Everybody was freaked out by the movie. And then all this weird shit started happening and then they're saying saying certain things and they're acting certainly on the movie and over and over and over I don't know most manifested into curse. Yeah like even if a curse doesn't exist if you make if you make it happen it happens. I guess I don't know or is it is kind of like that. Seven seven degrees of Kevin Bacon. How everyone's connected to Kevin Bacon? Yeah yeah is it. The seven degrees of Rosemary's. I mean maybe it's just the human brain trying to find patterns and then finding a pattern and following it running with it. Is it curse. I don't know because the Kalma falling off the cliff going into coma the helter skelter angle that decode. I mean it's just it's wild. I don't know I think it's up to each his own to decide lead. Yeah I agree I say are twelve listeners. Vote and then get back to they actually on our instagram posts for this episode. Vote leave a comment. If you think it's real or not you can say cursed or not cursed I you can say whatever you want just don't say Hell Satan. Oh my okay. I have a new segment to bring up is tall Yuxi fucking poop see..

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"rosemary" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

15:34 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"His wife at the time Rosemary told detective she was with him at home. When all three women were killed. He pleaded not guilty. And in a recorded call from jail told his friend, Mike Bretton he was counting on his daughter and his ex wife to defend him. I want Jordan to be a witness on my behalf and I need Rosemary I really need Rosemary to be my witness to otherwise. On. I we were team once we need to be a team. Again. Dave had a big surprise coming. Did he ever? Coming up Rosemary's dark and dangerous secret. How do I look my daughter in the in the rest of my life, knowing what I know? They told nobody. And when you have a deep dark secret, you don't tell people for seven years, Rosemary Watson carried the knowledge buried down deep. It festered ate away at her..

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"rosemary" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"Why this is her reaction because the times that she does say something her situation gets worse almost right away. Where like when she does assert herself. And she's like, I'm throwing this party. Guess what? I have friends. They're coming over scary people are invited. And like, you know, make that happen. And then when she speaks for itself right after the consequences. She's cut off from access to her friends. Yes. And it's like it. I don't know. They're like seeing her try to accomplish something. And then be immediately set two steps backwards by the oppositional forces. Like, I Don I worked for me, story wise, and it made me really sad. Yeah. And then another example of that is when she's saying that she's no longer going to see doctors. Pristine anymore. The pa- like this pain that she's been having for months now is not going away. Like something is wrong. And she's saying I'm not going to drink the herbal drink the mcflurry. Milkshake? I was like did breaking shit. The husband is. So mean about not getting a second opinion. It's so she will we see her stand up for herself different times. And then she's shot down. And then in the next scene. We see her drinking the drink again. So it kind of makes for reasons that I don't think the narrative quite let in like changing her mind, it might have to do with all of this emotional and psychological abuse that she is undergoing by everyone around her. I remember when I first learned about just the concept of gas lighting. And like I hearing that term and learning what it was. I remember thinking to myself. Oh, like what Rosemary's husband does to her in that movie like? That connection because I was like, oh that is exactly what gas is. That was like kind of my frame of reference for that. But like wait we already kind of touched on there. So many times where he is just like textbook abusive behavior in terms of, you know, gas letting her like, no that chocolate mouse doesn't have chalky under taste just eat it and write some. But it's also see that so much in modern movies. I mean, the movie doesn't look like a dated movie. Unfortunately, really, you know, you see it was the was that the shape of water with a tovia Spencer on just just popped in my mind about her abusive relationship, for example, you do see these all the time. Fortunately, still submissive woman on the abusive husband, the chocolate the chocolate mouse seen while or on it. Yeah. That that was a seeing that felt like pretty true to the marital rape scene. Just. Blew my mind on a number of. But the mousse scene was like a little bit different of you can sort of see the like mechanics of what he's doing. But I also sort of understood why it's like, I don't wanna have this conflict with this person. I have to be with no matter what. 'cause that's how she's you'd her live. And like what is what are my options? What is it easier to do? I don't know. I mean, I've been in relationships like that where you're picking your battles kind of exactly where you're like finally the fuck in moose like, and that sort of what she ended up saying because he finds I think in the space of that seem three different ways to blame it on her, right? Where he's like nothing's good enough for you. Why are you being mean she worked on that all day, you're being rude? And like, you know, like and she pushes back a couple of times. It's not like immediately. She fold. She's like grows it tastes where I think the Ruth, Gordon. His weird fair. But then eventually when he starts to raise his voice. She is like final buck Anita which is like stuff. I I know that I have done. It's I recognize that in my parents marriage like that scene hit for me, especially because it felt normal weird way. Well, yeah. Exactly. I mean in in the movie, of course, he has an agenda behind this. Which is he wants to provide the the world with this double baby. And because it helps his career he'll become a movie start tomorrow. And so he's invested in her eating the damn moose, but in real life..

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"rosemary" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"rosemary" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Truth and welcome back rosemary ellen guy lee with us rosemary have you ever been attacked by one of these things natural sleep paralysis is caused by what do you know well you'd probably have to talk to asleep a neuroscientist or a sleep expert about that but it probably has to do with our nervous system and it may be a function of the way we dream a you know not acting out our dreams you're probably so tired and exhausted you just can't move well that's certainly.

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"rosemary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"rosemary" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And all about eve dialogue barroom benz a dream this and miss has well as a graduate of the copacabana school of dramatic arts that try it it's a challenge to you a whole day just speaking josephmichel wits words from all about eve bette davis saying this song actually sang it quite credibly in the stage door canteen era his rosemary clooney and another they are neither too young holds oh they are either to lord you grassy green the finger ends up poor i am the prompt clean what studios in the army what's left will never harm i mean they're them ran the swearing in well them ask middle lane i will invest one romance i'm louis you will allow us each tries to serenade me but his voice is changing i'm finding it easy because snake goethe's theory that you y'all know about you yeah and then hoo at that moment it ludi lin man.

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